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VOL. 2.
£l)c 0aU Citg
E S
FIVB DOLLARS rr.R Ae«rx, payable mi A'i vane- .«
Tkk Ckst* PER Wren, payable to the Carrier.
.#® Advertisement* inserted on favorable Uirm'
LI.OVD D. SinPMUt,
ATTORNEY
& *11,
»kuk.
^TTORNKY.s a* L»w,K«OWUK. Iowa.-'office over
lVr«"u*'
Bank,
IN.
A(t«»it
!b |.urw
t»-r praci
T.MAI!-1! \I.'
fltHSHtLl. A HOfllt.
TT»1RNK\ ht Ijw. offir.
"l«uiv
March 2ft—dir.
NO.
Cf
John B. Carson & Co.,
i'B«aU»lon, sierage and r*rwtr*
iaf Irrrhant,
W L«w, an •»'. ''or,itne!'-ial Street, (between
Olive and I'm St. L. oi-. M". dfnrly
B. D. tkVHli: A Or,
Caniml««ianA I'sra ardini .Hereliaata
an 1 -f. •.
September I. iHia.—dly
Wchants,
rCMfftur.K rvrrtv *onst». (st \JMI.N, EVCWTKP,) Kj y.cu*t street, btwc n 2d and 24, Ht. Louis.
1*» J. H. llOUKLL A CO.
at Law and \otarv Public. Officii
ill the jii-w pM-t Mfti-c buildtii','. on J.»hii«nn *C,
bet ween 2d and Sd.
Collection* promptly attcud. to.
Keokuk, Feb 13, l.*j».—iij.
JiillV W. H.VXMV
RAHKIY
i^raer of Mn n and 8«eiad its.
n. r. viu.ru. j, h. Burr.
'TIII.I.rR 4k
TToKN ,w ai l.a« ami Nilirii«.r« in HhanM-ry
onunti
will alkii pr»'tic»* in the ^upruim" f'oartftf the Ptatf
Ft. Ma i. in. F. b. 17,
jinis n. iiciu,
o
ATTORM.V AT LAW, K. k.ik. Iowa.
iFFK'K in »h- i 1 R«»ad ofi n Alaiu MtFM*,
orer J. H. Hru*',''« !«tre.
Aujruat 7,
J. U. MOKKI*,
TTon^r AT LAW. otu, ,«a, WapalloCoun
l\. tv. Iowa.
July 25. mi.
t. C. W"*».
in
Poet building,
V. K«kuk, Iowu. nofvuariy
Jtha P. Herniate,
ATToRN'EV
:ui 1 "un^'-llor at Law, Keokuk, Io.,
will promptly attend ti all bwinew entru't«4
U tip rari
Special attention given to the collection of Claims,
Land A smelt". Ae.
c. r. wHrn-owa. ^rfwrr UKKMt.
A"'.','
a*fnd to all hiwincve eatraated to their ear- in
Poweshiek, Iowa, lk-nutt. Tama, Marshall, and Jaa
p.*r countien".
.h —d
W. B. aoWV.HVujj JoHI«o!» Rl'OD. r. P. BRAITRWP.
Pro.luee, imiii^nioi. nnd K.rw»rdinp Men-bantft,
KeW t'rlwanr. Particular att.-nti ,n j.uul to th»- pur
ikaw an »ale of We-tern Pnwluee. AUo, to the
Hecetwr.e arei Forwardin? bu«ines* generally. tl»»
4eri re»p..'eifully *olicitwlf No. Tl Tehoupitouias
Btrect.
July IS, W$ -dly
TATIM JklDO.,
FORWARt^TXti
and C,,tam
1
Ofiioe in th'* IVt Office building, on Johns"»*l St., sale and !'.• -ri 1 I^-alrr in *tovp», Hallow Ware,
betwct'ii 2nd and 5d.
1
n
Mfrchant«, Xo.
Stre.o. St. I»ui». Ag.-nts for the
Bale of Hiilme*' lx.ii',.\ iHe llvdraul' (.'ement, Cal
ciind I'la-'. r. aud Liuie.
Pario-tiiar a'tcntion paid to th. tale of firais, Bfc
eon. and Lard.
ALIO.X, IiiisoiJi.
JOH* BFRSIK. W*. C. TTBRTUSB.
Rssraa A Vratfe«i
Wmission
IP'LKSALE irK*r», Forwarding and Com
Merchants, Levee, Keokuk, Iowa.
Ju'v
V,
l^.ij.—dly
M. hTArrolii". J. I*' IK E.
NTAFIORV Sc. SIM I SK,
HOLESALE t.r.^ers and Commifioa Mer-1
second dmir slwve the corner of Rlon
dcuu, Water Street. Keokuk, Iowa.
March *, !».,».—sltf.
BAUIKI HVMIII.
XV
ttree .i
Mar-h 14
jT.
l?* »«-d
August 51, ISta.-—dJj
jusDrs a^ow. SAB. ft. SSMSXS. tORXER Se^',.i.
1 and Cedar Streets, Fort Madi
nmmw «*EE*E, V- son. Iowa.
10MMISSION M- rchant*. WboleMle Grocers, and Baggage taken to and from boats Free of
l*oalcr» in Proiluc-. M.iin Street, between Fourth i charje.-.
Bad Fifth. Kt-okuk. Ii,«a.
XJBKPn HAM1I.L.
BHimn *vtv. n*rs WATT.
nitl»«l,A\D *\D WITT.
•fTTlPi.-E-ALE DKALEIt in H.st brand* of
tt Vitgima Tohuec,., ai,.l IinjH.rt.rs of fine Ha
vau* t-ig»r», W vet ide ol 1 rd rtrect. between
Mafla and Johnson, Keokuk. Iowa. sep 25SBU1.
». ». H. TI CKER,
TMPiiRTKRS and wholesale dealer* in Hardware
an4 I 'utlerv. comer of Main and Second Str«-ts,
•Ignofthe RED PADLOCK.
Julv 22. IS '4—dlv.
'lealer in Groceries and Produce, No. 61 La-
We Keokuk, L.wa.
^Aprn 11, lH.r»4.—dAw
TBKols'HK lit-.tTh. iOiJ 0. XBIXKK.
RETT* A WEM EU,
COMMISSION
W00.I-, Chri-ty A Co.
A. ,1. Mi-Creery A Co.
»aty, Mc(.' uno A Co.
.„lia*t, Wiley A Bast,
S. A .1. Hainil,
Wilson A Brother*,
March 2ft. IV.5. dAw
Oct. 1", '55—-dtf
jjf." A.'PlTTERtrtV,' *'W. TIM1FR****. Tr* rmiSBSO*.
w.tl. A. PATTi:KN«!« Sl 0..
'10MMI.--I0N A IOKU ARDI.N't MERCHANTS
N'*t. HV and 4t), 1. ve.-, K-okuk, Iowa.
tkmsignnn nts of all kind* "f Prcduoe Will reoeive
ftoiupt and (HtrotHial attention.
Auk'iat 29, *vji.— lAwy
PKKKSV I.VAMA FOUNDRY,
Jftr. Mam and Eighth Streets KEoKCK.IOWA.
"HP VVlCKEHs^llAM A SoNS, miiuufvturers of
Jp Steatu Engiues and Mill M.acbinery. A gen
'®fal assortment of Casting* adap ted to the want* of
Hie ooantry constantly ou haud jal-dly
M. St M. HAHIL i Baggage taken u and from Boats free of
HoLI'^ALE Groc- rs, feu .1.•*!• r, Commii»«ioB chirg CI1 AS. «. BVNNKLL.
and Forwanling Merchant, No. 37 Lt*». April 5, 1^.)5. d*f
below Locust street, St.. Louis, Mo. C'LOVI'H HOl'KF,
a. w. AUUA5DKK. K. a. I.ANM.V,.
ALEXAXDEE *LANU.1«,
/"COMMISSION, Forwarding A Storage, No*. 63 A
Mo. Will give pr.mijit attention to the sale of Pro
i dw« and" OiMnl Merchandise, and to the pur«-h «-e
of the name.
HBFKREMJRS
'Tifttffld.-n A Met av ie,
'leghorn A irri«oii, -Reokuk.
onn»h, -myth A Co.
U'-fc A iuv»ids St. iMir.
novl&lwftm
A 11.
*vin, r. atuJKJt.
i:u,
B'
BAU.. 8. KIRKIi.W. I
»U,L &KntKH(H,
FAMILY
ir»»-Ty
Oskuioo.a Sta^o
Man i. 22. I*.
HEXRr
.V B.—Particular attention paid to the Forward-1 pm,LA MARB.V CO.. IOWA,
lag busines*.
LAND
and Forwitnlinj M«rcl kants^ No. 3
City Buildings. Saint Louis. Missouri.
Huja ciu.ti
Russell A Bennatt,
•('hiid, Pratt A. Co.
'0. D. Filley,
Crow, McCr :ery A Co.
Jaines Wat.- on,
Young Brot.iera. ....
C. W. Stone A Co.
Capt. K. W. lould,
Rhode*, Pe tram A Co.
Loker, Rem ch A Co.
•W. S. Gilm »n,
3. F. Comst ock A Co.
«, r. BARTLRTI .!. *.¥A9COCRT.
BAKTLETT ft MASCU! »T,
(S'i' 1 etsors lu If. C. Fuiiihoiu rr.)
1R(M'ERS AND COMMISSION KRCHANTS,
~M No. SH! .Mam ..irect. Keokuk, Iowa resjK'c,
1 ully
iafor.n In public that they have form il a imrtn r
ship for (he jurpo*. of carrying on lie above business
nil its \rrious branches. Having puvehased the
fhti jstoek of Family Gro'eric* at tli e above stand,
de- jgn making such addition, theietn, a* shall make
it one i the -t stand* of the kind i 11 the Wert, and
tie by hti'ict pLioiuil attention to 1 urit a share of
|»i»idic i.iir,*uagc. Charlie will wait with the wagon
usual- BARTLETT A UAXCOURT.
and |»rm i»i**u I• jft. IVt build-
of tiiv pubur initiuna^
N. B.—(»ur i- in adlne#s U wait on all
who mav fa*or n.- with afftll. Nov. 1
1 K BIIU K. W W. O. ilAHIKI.-.
Btl'CK A A ft I EE. ft,
DFALTTlPin
W Mn n aiid Third '••trvet*, Keokuk, Iowa.
M.9- i^n of the liijr Mortar-'Tl^
April 11, IKMJ. dAw
UK. Jl. HAI^ICN,
OFFICE
iuif' ^d it.. I*?tweim Main and ,hn*n. frht-ri- I
they k"ip ooa«l,u)tly bnii i a largocupply of fatni
lv jrrcrriiK an jirou..iikw uf every variety, and of
the ijualitt. whii thry int nd to *»»ll cheap ratkk BKTWKKK PHILAOKLPHIA ASI» Ptrrsirnn.
if out eh.-aper than any otlinr hon-e In the city, and Fik»t Ci.a»«. IV.:s. ."-Iiw#.
li'ijf hy rfrict ott«iiini to IXPImn to morn a'share
at Lie K*-'ideinx-, ou liioudeau Street,
out dwr t-'l ut Otxintd, Ki.-^kuk, Iowa.
April 26,1
Sa4.—d
J. ~M*~~lii:i:iBE,
I^^ATV Street, betwee S.*iL aad Seventh, Whole-
TinnerV ?t'K'k. Ar. Alxi inanufacturer of 'i'in,
a
"d M»eet-Ir..n Wares.
U HITCOIIB A niCKI l,, I Rw'Suk »wl Jobbing in tin, Copper, and shect
TTORM 1- at L«w and ti^ru-ral Land AgcnU, warrant U» give wtwfa^noa.
1. Win I
Jul-V
c* hn. k I"wa.
2i H,,j
Will
Dortar* nrUuxla an4 41lvn
mi
,VVK anojcial. th iii-i Ive?
Cdlcctioua will receive (peeial attention. tat tod in all ESME«, and to any require«l distance. Ow THE NIOIIT EXPWK»!« TIIAJ leaves Philadelphia for
Refer to 11. lK.ii/iaiM" a Co., bt. Lou it Joha i ir»(r to he of their jfficc ro'uu, and a Pitt^t'urt'a: 11 P. M., apd Pittabarg for Pniladel
Block A tJo., Pitirbiirg M.. \. A L. t^huiaway, large libarry of ll»« beiit lu.di al work* extant, ]dna at 10 P. M.
Philadelphia Ik-h*'tiger A Co., ltaltitnore Hon. i they arc prpearcd to receive and instruct a large elans The above lines connect at Pitt burst with Rail
C. b. Curtis, Warren, Pennsylvania Hon. O. R-i of pupil-.
roail? to aud from .St. Louis. Mo. Alton', Ualena
Barrwt, ('borfi"ld. P. un»\ Uania Jbditor 1'itusbarg L. M'ttugin, M. P., Residence tm 4th, between i and Chicago, 111. Frankford. L'-xine-ton and
I jin.ii." Ac. Main an I Blond. au. i". ill.-, Ky. Terre ilaute. Maduoji, Lafajiutt. iuid
II. O. PredBre Cemnil*iiteB ff«««e. OflWe in the "P*l buiidmg," 2d nory, on 3d tU i bus., ZaneKville. Mtu-stllon and W.M»ter,obio also,
OoMMKKYILLK. BRAUFORH A i*., t.en.r*l bet ween Main a»d Johnson. with the Steam Packet Boat* from and io New Or*
CjPruiiiee.t .minn*ioi, and Forwardintr Merchant*, O" sultatkin hour# between II o'clock, A.M., and leant, St. I«.uiK. Louisville, and Cincinnati.
1 P. M. 0Ct31d Through T.cket- can be had to or from either of
Hleave
m.v he found at the office of Dr. J. ¥. KA*roH»,
I SLarrhKI.
I OR. 1. L.t WBK^l'i PAGE.
OFITCF.
No. 2. Burke'* Callery, eoroer of llais
ai. Tiiirl Street
i Augu-t 4, l" :. "i.—ltf i..
1 THE HcFABI.A^D HOI IE,
fRitN'T ST FT MAI'H'jf, IOWA,
AS t«'.-n e*ilarg»vl and thoroughly renovated,
and it now a large aud oouim'tdious! e^tabii-h
ui«nt, convenient tu the «t..auiUat landing, and in ». •:u•.« !-. n
tU. very Cvntre of bu«ine»fc. ilw.-t a»„i Ci..c«go, Burtt^
Uct. 2«. 18S5. dAwtf B. F. »K.
S A W V I O s e
Wn.t.iA* Wi«rTr.R, Proprietor.
Xeif Stage? lea re this House daily for Keokuk
and Burlington.
June 26,1855,
IV INK HOI «K.
CIMSRR OR JIIH.'»*.I ATI» FIK!«T STKKKT^,
B\
CHARLEG. Bl'XNELL. The under
sigii'-d tak'-s jil.a^urc in announcing that g,,|
he has tak.-n tin very p.puiar llou»c and***
made a comidete rcuotatiou throughout the entire
premises. 1L-i' non prei.tir.-d t" receive the pat
roiiage of th. j.'hli.', siid L. !i'v-.-s he tan meet the
want* of all who ite-ire good Ilotiae.
hojKn, by a CIOKC application to tlie bosinm
The und. ri'igiu ha.- fumirhed it throughout in 4 Quinev Railroad*,)
the very b-'ft *ty!e, and trust* that a long eip-ri- T^ now e4mpitvd. and Tra n- run the entire di*
ence in the bis. ue.-- will enable him (ogive general tance from CHICAG
MtifffartioB.
without ehangc of cars.
kd attentiou to the uiar.y watitn ol the traveller, to jn 2'» hoarF
«rit and obtain a *hare of pa'ronage.
BIM tnSHIIll ll«M HE,
John Kobinsea, Proprietor.
HE |r ipriei' woui.t cull ti» aticntton
Uav' ling public to the ubjve House, assuring
all who
fjll
favor
1he
V D. W, CUJTKR.corner of Walnat vnd Second
Sire.
oA, Mil-cat ine, Iowa. ..
••,4) offiee "1 ilie Tipton, Marion, Davcn|«trt and no charge for handling at any poiat.
^ta^e Lines. Turough Ticket* by thi* Route can be purchased
r:
bun with a eall that his bouse and
stable arc large and commodious, una amply lur-
nisbed. and that will spare no pain* to give en
tire saiiffaetion.
Nov ember 21, 1865.—dly
mnm.Tr., ki-WJ* h. SBAST.
KCHOLTt: Sc GKA *T,
V«Vk.\TS.
BANKKiiS,
March 2,185.r».—dly.
and NOTARIES
AXKKliS
Pl'BLIC. Agent* forfhe I'uitud States Life ll»-
surancc Company, Iowa St:it«' Fire Insurance t'oia
pony. Cooper's A Clark's Steam Engine Manufacto
ry, and l'-.r all important agricultural machines.
E i o s
Proprietors of the WEEKLY PELLA
GAZETTE. Indejicndeut in Polities and Religion—$2
per annum. Pluin and Fancy JOB PRINljSiS.
octl9 dwly
WILLIAM K. SMITH.
BELLOWS
AX! ACT! IIEK, Bench Street,near
Franklin. oii' i.n, III.
Keep* constant I v on hand Bellows of every dewjrip
tion. which will l. *ojd a* low and a as gv»od terms
aJ can Ik- purchtneil elsewhere.
N. U.—Every Bellows war ran tod to give satisfac
tion.
Angost 27, 1855.—dfiin*
Jnsllce of th«_ Penes.
T1IE
und-.r.signiHt wo-ild in'form his friend* in
(he country, that his ofiii-e is on Muin. between
2d and od street-, Keokok, Iowa, over the Hame-".
Store. He will attend 10 the collection of all ac
count* entrusted u hi r", with promp'ness. Ac
counis sent by mail, post-paid, will rjc..veatfen
tien, and the money relumed a* ordered.
EDWARD COLE.
S. S. Vail & Co.,
IRON
("1
F«»l N li!:i:.- AMi \CHIVIST8,
"j^jANUFACTlREUSof
Saw-Mil! Mach nery, Water
rne
May lil, l»ai.^dAw
VANt-V OOIS ANU TO VS.
OBERTtJl1, Xo. 72, Mam street, has jast re
j* ccived a lur^e and eomjdete assortment of
Fancy (iouds, Toys, Musical Instruments, Shot Gunn,
Pistols, Fancy China sets, and so on, which he will
sell at
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
cheap for ca"h. C* OBERl'OP.
Keokuk, Oet. 20,18i6.
KevfcBk, Ft. D«* itloinea 4c nianeiata
RAILROAD COMIMVY i
Store.
Sept. 1, 1856.—dAwly
cities with Western, Northwestern and South
Wf«t»rn State*, by a eonunuous Railway dire*.|
This roitd also connect* at Pittsburg with daily line
of Srcuni'r« to all port* .ii the \S\fU-iii Ki\.-r-. aitd
a* f'l. vi-laud aiid fcaudi -kv with '.fuiueri-
lrv
Orocerie*, Prwi-'iim* and Prodiier,
No. J»t), Main, between Thirl and Fourth
Keokuk, Iowa. dAw
A. KHli»U.'liAK
18 Apent for the M.^'.un »U' Mutual lniuran«
Couipanr, tin J*ir««--tor.- whieii are among the
Olde«l and fwt kr.own bu-.tK -s ui,n of Ht. Ixiuu.
d'id[if
i» ti»t it 1: H. A V it K»,
•vt r«OT.t.~ALi: and Retail Irugciilt, cornet of
(j
n
Tph
J. II. Allen. M. V Residence on High, between 3d lndmnap.li-, Ind. Cincinnati. Ioyton. Springfi«14,
i lieUef'JULajn-. Sandusky, Top^lu,Cleveland. Colutn-
J'K iih.ivi' plaeei*.
AVIXti r'nnn*ntl"v liK-aicl ,u Jis city, Wga
KEOKUK: SATURDAY DKCEMBKR I. 185.-,.
X'tMllfl**
vU IJUVWI VT:M i#ruv«
Iwiuj uwj 90.:. p«-r loo
Feather', A-.,
2-11 1 It.M»k«aodStation-1
erv, I try Good*, fin ).«!.«,)
'f-
Hard ware, L-'itthar, Wool,
wpri)
F,,r fur:l,,:r
u, inform his friend, and the tittsens fm nt start »ng p-ints. Passengers from the West!
I geu.ratlv, that, uut.l farther notiae be given, be
W1,!
rou,«
,OD
uian A Rrown. un-1
Irwir A I'lminn.iti S. W. (irabutn A
Zi»n ill.-, Ohio L.-» i-h A i., 5-1 Kifby utr. t, IW
tot., l^eeh A Co.. V... 2 A-tor Hon-.-, N'cw York Sj.
I William *treef, and No. tv Battery Piitw. N--w
\_ork K. J. Snecd r, Philadelphia :graw A
Kuuui, Itiiitinjor.* tiiti. c. Francircu*, Pitt«bure.
II. U. JIOL .-TON,
General Freight Agent, Philadelphia.
,T. LC»MliAKRT, Mjp't. Al Pa.
nor 2i b-'ii.— lv
\S I l.V AMIA BAILKOAB.
ni
I
s P.t:.-b..r^. 'li.4. .. TKAIN
leatco Philadelphia for Pittaburp at 7^ A. M., and
H. pra-iice of Puuburg FOR Phiiaii' Iphia at 7 A.M. THE FAST
P»«uulars,g«e Hand-bills at the dif-f
fin'i'b'.the^.rtest and most expeditious
I*hil*Jelph«», Balttmwe, New tork or Ro»
Til '-r. .M i'iUK,
AGS:t, l'assenzer Lines, Philadelphia.
J. MESKIMKX,
Ag.- nt. Pasacnger Lines, Pittabarg.
F-. v
Chicago and Burlington R. R. Line.
IS I KLIXGT0X, Iowa,
The most direct route to Chicago, Kew Tork,
Arriving at Chicago the *auie evening, pacing .g..
-tnceton. and con-1
through Monmouth. Galesborir. I*
5":
no ting ot Mendota with the Illinoi* Central ICail
Road, to La ""alle, Blooinington, Springfield, l. ea
tur, Jackionviiic, aiid Naples al»u wita Galena and
Dunleith.
2.—EXI-RESS THIIOCGO 7. 30, P. M.
Tins Road connects at Chicago with the Michigan
i Central ami Michigan Southern Roada, and with all
Baggaqrc checked direct through to Chicago, and
at the Rail Road Office in Burlington,
C. t*. II \MMOND. Sujierintendent.
D. BBMICK, Ticket Agent. Burliu^'ton.
c. E.
'OLMSTT. General Ticket Agent, Chicago.
Chicago, Mav I-f. is:,:,. dAw
Important to Traveler*.
The 11ew and quick Route now open through to
"V. w Y-.rt ii. ur- fi••in -i. I,"U:- vii •'.
OHIO AM niHSISSll'I'l
BROAD GUA6E RAILROAD.
I -..MAIL AND LAl'UL— LuLiL.
Carrying thi lii rat Northern and Eastern Mail.
TfcoTIIHUt'fill TUAINS DAILY.
Morning Mail train leaves St. Louis at 7 o'elork A. *..
Lightning Evpre** 2 p. u.
Counce'tnigut Vinccnnes with the Ji. AC- R-R- for
Terre Ilaute and Iiulianapolis, and there with fast
tram- for Cincinnati. New Y'ork, I/ouisville, Biiton,
Riebittond and Washington City Ac
No change of cai at Terre Ilaute.
Alsoconno-ting atSundovul with the I. C. R. R..,
the most iiieiisiuit route to Cairo and all jtoints in
northeru Illinois and the only mail Railroad from
St. I^.uis.
Piuwengers and buggsge conveyed to and from the
Depot free of clutrgc. Through tickets can be pro
cured at the office of the Keokuk Packet Co., or at the
Company'* office, No. 28 and 30, cor. 4th and Chest
nut street, under the Planter's House, or No. 39,
South Levee, St. Loui*.
X, B. Passengers at and b.'low Keokuk, make a
saving of from 12 to 24 hour* time.
JAME M. WARD,Sap't.
Ou
am Eiijgmen, Grist and Hack*, open and close, covered aud hnif cveied, of
Wheels, Ac., Ac.,,
comer ofSix'h and B.oude%uStreets,Keokuk,Iowa, ll-.r»es Cnrriuges ie iJent* the city or vi*-
4
every description, adapted i.twmvenieiiee »r luxury,
iters from abroad kept on m»lc ate terms, and
carefully attended to by men thoroughly skilled in
tile bu-inCA.
Horse* bought and sold on commission and on my
own amount at all times.
May i-j, I Hi j.—dly
('kfBrs A t'hewlnf fBliaee#*
ACHOIt'Rthe
assortment ju*t rerrived. At! who are
fonJ of weed can be satisfi. by ulling on
oept. 2—d MOORE A JlOOPJaK
L. DKwiva. a. a: CLA TOOLS.
A. fc. WKI1TO k «*«.,
(Saowiwor* to Granville B. Smith A To.)
Bjiglit_ei»«'fki
ANKER:* and dealer* in Exchange, Kckuk, Io.
nil i.: the j.i iiic^i-u v'Ueis'-onaUut-
ly for sale in sum* to suit.
Collections on thiii citV rmtttod IWhMBllT tt 1
current rate* of Excl.nng:
to
and uncurn ii: Lank NuUn, at U'm ratea.
Interes allowi on .-pecic. 1 dojHtiU
p.pr»:nr\-
all i
yjftr /,i t»»u 'Ji I U wrpj II UUUkUtl£ llir UiOltl. u 4.
port*- o i he Xorthwenlarn leaker making tin- uiont
direct, ch'.*a|H 9l audrthahie rjutt by which Freight! i.V
can be fur*rard to and Irum the Great W«t. ^l€» K
Cash. Am. K.\:hunrr f.-ink. Nvw Tork.
Meaurs. K. W. t'tark, -dgo A 'o.
Lucitf A ."uajjMia, c1!. Lowia.
U. W. Clark A Brv'a.
N. Corwith A CM., Galena.
V,
per !M |H
FW.'L'R—fl pir bW. until further R«ti
tiRAIN et-. per 1U0 lb.-, until
.farther n i«n*.
(^'ITiiN —$2(..r bale, not cjicecuirig ..IM) lu-.
weight, until iuitb-r iwiie-••.
Sfcr O-hhI* from any point Eaat of
Phibsdelphta, I*- parti'-iiinr to mark package "via.
Peuij.» ,-.nia Railroad." All ..m«,1s i-oDi'iuii'-d to
the A^ciil* of his Road ut I'hiladelphin or Pitta*
burg, will Uf ft-rwarded without detention.
Fturit.HT At.KVT- -lIarri», Woriulev A Co... Mem-1
pbin, T.-uu. n. F. .-aM A Co.. St. l/.uV J. b. Milch
ell A Hon, Kvan*vil|., Ind.: Ihitnaenil. Btll A M«r
ilock. and (Wter A Jewett. loui»villc, Ky. R. C.
Meldn.tii, Madinon, Ind.t
r,'». \\IKR*-'N. on Th:nl. between Mn n
I .fohtsM-nif rw?. Kr.'kuk. lo»a. Co|l«"*!i«'ii»
on tAi« city remittal promptly, at-current rate of
Kxehiinir**,
7 jc. per iV* lb.
i.-ft.'Interims when 8}ccially agreed
It, f. t, E. t'iark A Br.1
Rogv-, Miiii-nUr^er k Co.,
John.). Au'kr»on O).,
uiy 14. 1—i-f
J)res 1 A Co.. l'tiilndelphia. Pa.
Union Lank, l' ii n,iore. Md.
Cutn^ifrttJnl Bank, ''incinnati. 0.
Prn- Corvm". A t-o., New Orleans, La.
1, I S.'....—d i v
T. II. Aleuiaaer Sc. Ca.,
^OKW'ARIilSii and Conuim-ion Merchants
Freight Agent* for \r York Rail Road, and
Fulton Lake iioat Line, on Rrie Canal and I.&kcg,
i?o i'- 'Uth Watir StrccT,Central Wharf,Chicago, In.
LiU-ral t-u adviuicei on abipnienU of Prmlm-e
or Merehand:ii, for «ule in thu market, or »hij
(B'-n- to friend- ca*t.
Refer to W. L. Kwing A Co., St. Louis. Mo. P. A
W. B. Thayer, Qumey, III. (ireen A Stone, Musca
tine, Iowa B. 11. CunipbeM A Co., Ualena, III. J.
H. Lang'ey A Co., Rock Inland, III. Barklev,
,,, Thomp.on A Ca., Li'.i ciipor: II. T. Foatcr, Learde
.'.J.' _" tc»wn. III. Hon. A. Starne, Springfield, 111. A.
A H. R#d. C'l'.x-bcrg. I''. W. S. Oilman, New
\ork Fa.".-it' i Co.. Pbilndelfdna. Pa. A. Gilbert,
Ca-h.er Coniuurc.ai I^i k, t'hicag"-.
Mark package car 1 T. W. A. A Co.
July 17. 1 —*i —dAwlv
Nral Abbot 4k Tisne Lxaret*.
PN.
IaU-
ROPRIRTORB, Neal, Abbot A Co., 8S Broad St.,
Y., Williams. Tanner A Co., Buffalo, ^hip
daily by People's Lin..- of steamers, foot Courtlandt
Street.
Fur bills Lading, apply to
X*a About A Co.,
P. B. lirf'oke, 88 feoadSt.,N. Y.
irgi! IIiHyer.
Mark package- "Neal, Abb«t A Go's Express."
JulV 27, —ilAwfim
IH&h. IH&5.
ncrcbant«' Wesiera Line.
"V^LAL," ABPOT A CO., New York, WILLIAMS,
Ianveu Ikr*trivfiinu SitiptUuly
-j from Pier 2. Ka.«: River. New iork.
All eargoeis fully in-ured to Buffaln.
Xu raju.-hipiii.«ni be'tvien New \ork and Buffalo.
I Forfreigh apply to
i Ncai. Abbo't A Co.,)
P. B. Bro„ke, 88 Broad St., N.Y'.
Virgi! Ilillyer,
Mark pac-kage«, "M. W. Line."
July 27, lHi).'.-—diw6m
Siew Arrangeneni.
rnllE Steamer U. W SPARliAWK
I. will run aa a regular daiiv packet
from Keokuk, tn eonneeiion with tbecars
of the Northern Cru« Railroad at Qumev,
Quincy at S o'coH-k aiol arriving at Ke"k
M., and leaving Keokuk on return trip at
Wor freight or p, -sage a j.|iP n board.
Boa-I
ton, Pi.h.ulclphia, and ail other point# East.
2 Daily Train* leave Buriiugn-nSunday*excepted.,
J.,— DAY Kxruass,—Tmkoiuu 7. Hti A.M. HI.OKI AN!
Connecting with Illinois Central Rail Road at
Mendota for St. LoUis and Cairo direct.
l'ratns on the above Ron.If run in close connce- I gj Le,ui*.
titiu, avoiding ail laying over at any of the points. I J. 'Kce, Captain Leroy Iodgc, leasts Daven-
p,rt
an
the Il'a*l- ieadiiig the. Atlantic ilies. Ojji Ken- leave K••okuk .'very I v.-'y^ny, T'Mireday and Sa'ur
tu ky a:. 1 iiusylvama. dav Even inr».
s P.-u-*. tiger.- lear.ng Burlington at 7. J#, P. M., ili s CAUPHKLUCaptain R.F. Bartlett, leaves I»a
rcBcb Ualena and Dunleith in 12
b.«r*#
By this route passengers will reach the interior everv W
portions, of Oaio and lndiHiia in leA time, and with
fewer charg.-.-, tl.an by anv other route, eoi.n.'ctitjg,
via Mifhiif.tn Central at Mrrhigan City, w.th the I
New Alonny ami Mileih Road, th. uee to all poiata I
Soutii and southeast.
,| Friday evenings for K.-. I.uk. Returning,
«B« Ht. «,tp.»rt and Rot-k I-^ias 1 every Tuesday, Tnumlay
and Sy ur hiv
'ilie- I
eiung*. RciBrning, leav
»y. Fridiiv and Sunday
v$i\m
BufTiilo. Phi
Iiule i phi a', Cleveland Baltimore,
f)ankirk| i o-k»i"osa, Pella, %nrue, Apple Grove, to
A. W DANA.Ass't. Sup't.
Is v \e WVMAS.Sole Tick Ag.nt. oct.'0dy
I.ITEHV STABLI'%
,N Johnson St »ew t. between l.-t and
Wm. 11. Cl.i.ollol'.V. Thi-c-t:ih:i 1
inent t« large, eomm »iii u-i, well airaiic
and Htnply provided with good hor-e- well traineil
for hurness, a* well as with Carriage Buggi«» and I
S
V ETTAl^llTxtnTM KX'l
FIT HE Wostcru »tisge Company respectfully an
noum-e to the public that their Coaches leave
Keokuk Daily (Sunday excepted] for Fairfield. O*.
kah»'-a. Fort Dcs Moines and Council Bluff-, passing
through Boston, Charleston, Priinn*.-. Wln.-h.-t-er,
Birmingham. Ashland. Ag.-ncy City, Ottumwa. Ed-
Ft, D'.-u M0IU1 s.
From 0-kal .oa (tri-wc kly) to Council Bluffy via
Bellef.mtain, Knoxvillc, Pleaaiantville, Indianola. St.
Charles, Wint r«tt, Indinntown, Silver Creek, to
Council Bluffs.
Al.-o from Ottumwa via Blukc»burg, Albia, La
grunge. to Chariton, tri-vveekly.
Also fn K' kouk, I»aily. via Warren. Fannington,
Botitijmi t. nUinsport, lvei.£uuqua, PitUburg, Troy,
to llliMimft dd.
Also to Fort IWgc from Fort IXs Moines, passing
through "ti boro' and Homer.
Every att -hti-M win txiid for the comfort and
convenience of pa*tM ng =r*.
Gia.-be* leave Keokuk fof all the above places at 7
oViiH-k. A. M.
Oificv* on Main Ktr.*-t, second dis.r above the
Laclede Hou*\ B. A. MiCllESNEY*, Agent.
If'-lice A 'fimlierninn's I.iierj •iiable.
11- Stiib'e. o:it HI Third Street, iw. R)
M1..11 nnd Blond nu^tie. ts. is Ia**g.- nnd ui
miitoo- and I .-h.ttnillv toiled up and adapt lor the
biism s-, and tins uialeivigiivd «r-.- uiup y p.epaied to
acooimn
«bit
with Saddle li e
iwmable rate*,
week, or month
CORNER
Fiill
STAR
11.
OHC
We will b«y ami a 11 dll kind of Quid, gptett, f" th.- eclectiun and purchase ot ntjck» of
o i n a n u n i s i n o
Ttiey have imw a tu coinph tc awrrtment ofaall
kind* "f thing. oinprii*iug in part. Cloth nd
AM» HA'VKiMJ HOIKK
J- M-
111
mis-.i»n.
ia
Bu Loaii.
F. W. ('lark, 1M,kc A Co., New York Citv.
y&.. Oft)'-' h.»nr* from A. .M. to i P. M.
4ui
i Banking tlou»« •f hm, Par»on«
f'.r. oj Mu u. and ?d K KOKTK, low A.
U^l(«lll t,\ tiu» on tlw K and Sjutli laiu^l-t
1 Oand »olL i.iir pi iin Lxehangc for remittanc to
any part of Km opc iwr aalc. Iuteriit allowed on
'eno- lu a» per agr..men'.
Refer to Lucas A Simond?, St. Ijonis, Mo.
f«. A. Rrnf»i'»t A f'»., do
At laiitu Bank, llo^ton.
luuiui, t- iteriaan A 3e., New Vork.
jubs«"rih..r
i
y
17
I
•1
a o ciock.
J. P. lOl'TS. Agent at Keokuk.
June 1.1. 1855.—
dAw
UMlt 18LA!t»
1855.
RAILROAD MAIL IVE STEAMERS.
RRIHE two fa*t TRIITN. Ker. and BE* CAHP
in t., now iuHking uaiiij trijM", conni'cttng at
B«:k Island with the ear* for the Last, and wiih the
Dssily Ma.l Packet* for U«.l-nu and Smut Paul, and
at Keokuk with the great Mail Line SICMIU. r- Jen
nie Deans, Westerner, Keokuk and Die rnon for
*iid Ruck Island every Monday, Wednesday
Keokuk
ng*-
For Fr .Jfio or Pas-age, inquire on board, or of
T. liLAlGllT, Agent,
March, 3.--d'f Keokuk.
i. o 1 1 s
I
1
|gad.
E O
at
K
V. Ml. IJ% i AMEPS.
flUilS popi.on lit 'cr« will mil*regular
daily trips u*unl through uit thesea*on.con
n«Httiug at Keokuk with the regular daily Mail
Packet* tv R'* K \L|N A aud ST. PAI L, run
ning in e«ntic.--ion wah tue liailroads to Chicago
and the East.
The line is ai present composed of the steamers
DIE VPRSOV, WHSTIKNRH, JKAKME DEANS, and
KKOKI K. who*- NAME* ahue are a sufficient guaran
ty of their speed mid accommodations.
March ft. 18j.'i. d'.'tn
WEKTEH At.l. (O.HPANV.
'h-ir fn n-t- and the public ncrullv,.
••Bttjrgn s, and Carriag.-.-Mt rca
Fhev n!-o k-'P Hor»* bv th day,
SAMLM.KKK,
W.T1MBERMAN, I
Keokuk O !. 17. l'ijl. l'f
Keskak lloilcr Wailis.
Si.vih and Rtdg" streets. I am pRMMA
to to a
11'if tu 111 ro Boiler Taiik* Tron r.
Trade. I
CLOTHING
'TORE. 72, Mam St., Keokuk.
Straus w»uld re-pcdfully call the at­
tention of the gcntl. in -n of K" kuk and vicinity to
the fu.-t that hf ha* farmed a co-partnership with
the best ch'thing-houses in Cincinnati (J. Ma-
rienthal A L. B'ock i and thus po**e**es sujXTior fa- Junr' I aim.-,
Overi- ats. Fant.s aiul »t all grades, at vlea and
site.'". hhirt«. ht»'ks. Hat? and Cbji^. Trunks 4v\
Tbc*e goodr ha\e b- en sti.-cted with i.-a-n*, and will
fce «'ld at a .«mall advami- on custom eoft. Ho arc
determined not to l*» undersold by any c«tahli«h
lUfjit thif *ide 1 i incinnatu
(xiuiury nierehantu are particnlnriy inviled to eall
andcrannuc our *tock, beTrt purchaeing el»ewliire.
wp 17 d4-wtf Jl. SlRAt'S A CO.
JAH. UKWER.
^ItiltrilAWT TUI.ORS.
rniiiRD s-r -n t^fwern Main ami .lohnnon, Kih-
A kuk 1wii JUei riM't'iun, ht 1**mr Hellion• 2. «.r n ^t, K1**^lvuk, 1
u.. 1- new uj
HAVK rce-iveil a larre tt'i-k of Ready Made
Clot hing, ir-iii lelii, n'? 1 urtn-hing «i"o«l«, 'i runko.
Hat*. Caipet bag*. I'mbrellM, Ac., which 1 will sell
at WHOLESALE AMPRI TAII,, at a very small advance
above Lustern cost. Coruer of First anil Muiu Sts.
Sept. 7.—dAw X. H0FFIIEIMKR.
To the nerrhaBts of lsw«.
W o 11 I W A 11 o ISE.
PWAPLEj?
able Tailorioif and Furnishing Establi^huunr, a!. a large nnd well «.|«-t.d »t«ck i.f l)irtg
ehoiee and «\eel!ent aup)dv of Broadclothr. Caasi- Medieiaeo, l'i»mic&l<« and Iye Stuff*. Al."
mere*. Ye-: ing* and tient leiuen Furmyhingtioods laigf a.*«.r inent the m. »*t {M JIU.HI Pat«iA
of all description,", and gnaran'ee that their work
shall lie done in the n»o«t approved and satinfaetory
manner. They tire consian ly refwivinu the Nrw
Y'ork and Philadelphia Fa-hiotf, and rcs-jH^ctfully
solicit all who desire r»»ol work and the beit wate
1 rial to ghe them a call. UH llauel'* fin.- Kxtrj^'!. every deatription Hair
A KS M. niJiR.
Se* Arranfement.
^HK guheeriUr would inform the citiieas of Ke
okuk and woiw'y ihu: ht lia« purchased the
^toi k in trade of Ben. I I,»ii».n, a' No. i Third
Street, where he ha« on hand a general assortment
of French and Amcricau Cloths, Cueoiuicres and
Vesting?, which lie will make up to ordt.r at the
sbortcMt notice, and in a style not to be surpassed.
Also a good assortment of summer Coats, Vests,
and Siiirt.-, alwav on hand.
July 13, IHiaJ—dtf JAMKS M. Til^lR.
Jol'R.NLYMIkN TAI MRa.--U anUd. imuie
diatcly. at Th rd stt,
ct, two
.fi'it
rat*
Nor*.- other.
jonrn-ymcn tailor*.
aej
.^
lit ed applv.
J. M. iVLKR.
ATTKSITWil ATf El*TIO 1
Hinent
AVING made arrangeinent^ for the e»tabli«h- 1
of a large Clotiung Manufacrnrv, on the
Kasiern plan, 1 aiu now offering my spring aud
Summer Good* AT I'IIIMR IV*T. TtioHC in need of
Clothing wili find tins to be a rare chance.
Corner of Firm and Main St reets.
NATHAN HuFFJIElMER.
Keokak, July 13, IS56.—dAwly.
TB tt»e QenileBifB.
iK exhibition, an asMniiuv^l of Fiench, Sctrtcb,
nnd American Ca^situeres—the first ever offeroa
in this market.
O'
VtHTt.vo.s.—In Mxire Antique Plain and Figured
Grenudin a Brocade and R.x Silks Siik ciVvt
and I iuth.
(uiTHs—Black and Bm-. fine grades, and broken
ton with Merino feet Siik and Merino I nd rsh*rta
and Ih-awerv Cravats (Searf* and llajidk.-rebi. fs.
Sept. 10. L*jj.—dAw P. I. lOs'lKR.
l.OTIlI!** ri.OTHI^ti
FOR TUB FALL AXI VINTKR THAHK.
A CO., having taken the Store, 4i
Mi
Market Street, Philadelphia, (formerly oceu-
P. WAPLKS, formerly of Dubuque, bavins spent
the lfc.Tt twenty years in the We-t, und knowing the
want* of Western Merchants, be feels that he can
not fail to give entire ralifaction to all those that
be may have the pleasure of doing business with.
Our Linen Furnishing Room, we 1 hink, cannot !«.
surpassed, as all our Shirts, Collars, etc., etc., aw
made t" order.
It will afford us much
1
and make a persona! cxam nu-'n of our stock
August 3. l!ii».V—dly P. W APLES A CO.
*. W. J©*EW.
(Sueec'sor to P. Sliiiiterlond.)
DEALER
in locks. Watehe* and Jewel
VATI RKTAIBIBO.
The subscriber bctug a practical watchmaker,
feels competent to repair the uioat difficult and deli
cate work that may be entrusted to bi- ea^e.
AH work warranted to irivc satiaiaction.
CoRRE«T TiVIK.
The public may rest as-ured thatthe correct time
is, and always will tw kept by
Nov.2, l^.'i.—dly X. W JOSKS.
Tot be- NteckbaUrrs at tlse KeokBk,
.tit. Pleasant St Jluarattne R. R. Co.
"VJOTICE 1- hetehy given, that in accordance with
.\ the condition- »f the siibsi 1 .)it in, for the 1st
Division of said 1 -ud. the fourth instalment of 8J
percent, will be due and payable Dec. 6th, 1S..S, at
the banking house of Charlie Parsons, Treasurer, Ke
okuk, or to the undersigned, Gcneial Agent.
U)f
piid l»y FiMwitt A Co.,) aud having secured the *cr
viec- of the most tasty cutters, we arc now Manu
facturing an entirely new etoek of Clothinsr of
eve­I
ry description, and it is our iiueution a: all times
to keep a law stock of tin newest and most desira
ble Ciothinfr sui'able for the Wee
tern market.
J. K. HOKXISir,
General Agent K. Mt. P. A M. R. R. Co.
Nov. IS, 1865.—td dAw
[Keokuk Times and Mt. Pleasant Obsetveroopy
Office of the Keokuk, Ft. DemoiueV and
Minnesota 1- R. Ce., Oet. 26, lSftft.
Notice to *it ock holders.
fpiIK Stock' olders of the Keokuk. Ft. Demoinea
A Minne.-ot.i R. ii. 0. .1,. hereby notified thai
u tiiir*! call ten lH*r tr-.f. *»n (lit*
the Company has en mad. thi" day, payable on
.Saturday, ihe Is' day rf D.eernb 1 next, to Wm. C.
Graham.Tvvaeurcr, a! thel'. R. Otfi e, Keokuk.
C. F. CO.NJI. Secreoi.y.
Oct. 2fi, I8jft.—dw'd.
I i une* and Demoine ?i»ateaman c|y.
r.twniAti«: MtNi i tn«BY.
On Johnson .Str^t, between 1st npd 2d.
BY,ab
O'tluYA.N A O. U.i..i!g pjrormn iy e"
ishvd our etvci In Keokr.k. wi^n an ami le
supply 'he very hest tnaler:al »be inanufaa
•urc of Ca riages, Bugpc*. s and Hsf-ks. we erv
p-. pared to make all ar icle- in our ilie, 'n the
very bests vie and of the choicest material,on rca
sonat'le '.•••in* and prompt notice.
Hipt 21'. 1 fbft —o!y
A Rare Chance for Hood Bjirfitin
or 50 el on Main -tfe ti dcsirtib hui.o
40 i"ts th city of K ok'ik al
vauhjingv w^stoiu pr-p-^y. a g"«d Mill pr- t.
it Ofit., S..
u
-. u, W !sii,din Io li.ma -cvcia.
.Ut e I vvn Nap vil eom.ty -at Uu P--a
eonnty
111.:
Lurd
or Soap Kettl"«,0»* Holder*, or anything else eon
Heeled with my business, and to oend com^Unf
i
80 aer ehoic (and neivr the count)
a
wit Monroe oounty, Iowa, with fruit t^s.etc.
Inquire.if
C0MPL
McKENNY A RI NNFR-
workmen to nny part of the country to do repaira. 1 XV Moosluw, '1 „»l* cheap at on Mala atroat, hrtiW^a l»i« -udj'
ED. WKLCHMAN.
Is»nt »a, La«a,
White Covins,
Keokuk, Iowa,
Sept, 21, dAwly Ba-pt- I, 1W-- MiNCUfcLL Aw*. I
NO. 233.
CJity Drag Store!
Burrow- Block, Mam Hu«*t KFOEt'K.
J.a
A J. G. STEW ART are n«m in receipt of
very large and carefully sa!eeu4 tt-wk
of I'rt -, Mcdiciuc* and ChemiuUs. P«.i«m
1
-M»-41'*"**** P"Pular Rem«di«s, Mecbauitinl Li
Oil*, Dye Stuf:, Perfumery and eve-
ry variety of faney article., usually luund il ibv
etafj!i hmiitf of the kind. Every article warrant
ed pure and genuine.
I'ureLa-i 1- wil confer a mutual favor by calliag
at our c-tabiit-iiiin u: liefor*- huyiug tn.-ewhcra.
Phyciemnji' prescriptions cnrcfrilly put up.
1H. J. 4. STIWAHT'S office and consulting:
in the In»g Htuie.
pRop«s!»ia«iAL RcrBBKxcxa
T. 0. Kdrrardx, M. D., Ohio Medical Collage.
J. Cobb,
John Loeke,
Mav 3, 1856.—dAw.
r." anoroffiFdrT
APOTHH ABY AMI DRtbGKT.
^^lOiillvt Al', IK- 11 ALL. U'l.iui ami
III TCTIIXSON A DKWEY. 0U-, Pomade*. Fancy S»aF.!i, t.-.tL, „«ii »,,d hair
I April 5, dly _____ Brush. uud all {•.iwdep' ued ir t«»ilet purpo*. a.
T# ike ItiaccBk HeakBk. tboi..- brands of Cignr». SnuftM, anu Tobac-o alwqya
^F'll K
W iu.J announce to tin eitiitH* of f'
11
JL Keokuk that, he ha^ juat received a dt.^k of th* I P^undod, at all hoars ©I day or night
Oct. 9—d
best a ltd most fashionable go.^!? for gentl.mnnV
wear vit brought to Keokuk cuiwhtin^: of Fr. U'
and American eiothf. ca*»im'r. s and vcstmgR ptu»h
es, VcUetK, grenadine-,carhinere^. Ac., which be will
make up on the *h -ite*t notice and lu the be^t Myle
to ord. r. The (ubseriBer ha» al«o on hand a fine as
*or ment of «hirt«, cravats, rcarf ', collar*, 4-r.
i .l
ar
r*
1
*d
ieiiici1 m.,w in u*e, aonie of which lie hn« the excla
isiVc ngenev of th rifore wuuid call the attri
tion of i ountrv merchants and lruggi.-t.« to tl^es atne.
My suek of itum-ry aiid Toilet artiob* ia larva
and aried, tsuupruing LubinV, Rami's, jtnd JuU-
Physii'iaoe Pictvnptious carefully coin-
F. II. O'CONNOR.
T. I. MCKKXST. M. R. Rt RUBB.
McKenny & Runner,
HA\
1. this .lav ti::*ociuted thenm-lvcx i getker
the tran ie n «.f ht- l'rug busmcfs in alt fit
branched. They expect to keep on hai.d ftaetal
aud vTell selected assortment of Pare Drugs. Cbeq^v
cal*. Perfumery, PaiuLN, Oils. Ac.
Also hare by this arrangement become sole cra
prietyrs lor the manufaciure und sale of H. R.Oill
more clehraicd MatnuiijAe Liuiiuent and unrivai*
led-\ egetable Anti hillioue Pills, for the States af
Io«a,*i I:iioi», .Vliasouri, WikconAn, Mianeiita, and
temtorv of Nebraska.
All orders in future will be addressed to
McKKNNY A Rl'XKl-*.
Dee 6, ISM. dtf
fOI !*TV At lT.
'P I. McKENNKY, ha* kKen iijip'Mined Agent is
A Lee County. for the sale of .-l-mm uLU Lm^
ot'.s for MciliciuaL Mcchaincai, aud bacxamcnM
purp'jMee only.
Call at No. 80, sign of lha Ooldcn Mortar, Kea
kuk,Iowa.
Juiv -ii, ih:.5. 11 v
JAniS HI V«1,BV
Wholesale and Retail Drufgiat,
Mechaaics' Block, North side of Main St., keukult,
lona.
AN
rso
made arrangement for a perms-
neut buvineas in th«i above line, I am
tfi ring to the eitv and country trade a Ur^re
nnd well selected stock of Drugs, Midien e
I'aiii's, Dvie, Oils and \arni»hes, Drushu, Glasa
ware and Window Gla*». Alto Perf. in. rv and twt
rv artie,e«, Cigars, lobaccifand -nufl. anil a chuiaa
a.-.-or UHii of i amily Urwtrie., iu. ludiui Spn ea,
lea*. Flavoring l.\ rm,i, andies, Soda, rai ra'l
i
and a variety of ar.a les periainint to thu depart^
U)tr n
,.
wh(ib uiU u
A„J^ch.T^ lection*
of K id. Cloth and Merino "Tarl'uUr llentu.'n ^v'en [^nrenari ha.
mg the night it is frequently inoonvej.ieut t.. btaia
him. ihi.-diffi, ui y I have .omkletcly obviated
by having my residence in a part of he same build
ing i-' i: I'ied by inv store and pers. ns desiring me4*
leine*, may reiy up. ii pr.icuriiig 'hem at all nourBf
nitht '-r du^ *i:li ut mcoiivenien. e deiuv.
Oruggift.-., merchant.'! and other.-, p^uli^-iug
the quantity, are requested to give use a call, asl
am determined to sell on a-* favorable term* an any
house in the city.
April f», 18o£. dy
1 \A DO/'. Floyu's American Penetrating Linj
I "U ment, in quantities U suit purehaaer*.
200 do*. Ksi'ulapir.n Liniment, and a great variety
utul JHedicine.* at
_April t», IsOft. REYNOLDS' Drug S(«r«
\K pure Blackberry Wine suitable fur medi
cinal and sacramental puti.o-p. at
LARDOIL,
',• n^nre to have yon call
"siiiLL
A
ry, S&e-ond Street, inexi *liMr to harlee
PartH.us" Banking Mouse,) Ki-..knk, Io«u
The sulncriU has ju«t received a lar^e tnd
beautiful *t..ck of Gold aud Mlver Wn ches.1'
Jewelry. Ac., comprising the la'est styles ol 1^..^
Hr*-ast Pins, Lar l'injr», I tn/er Riu^-s, C»IT Puis,
tiold Guard and lob Chain-. Kcv^. Seal*, Silver
Tbimiiics, Gold Slides, Muds, Gold PiVis
with or without holder*, Gold Pencils, Pens and
Pencils.
REi N'OLDS' Drag Store.
spirit Uaa, Linseed Oil, ('opal, Japan,
Demar and Coach V ni^h. hund MM! iir -ahs
at REYNOLD- Store.
1 ASK Prune* at
I REYNOLDS' Drag Store.
fl. Vlawilen A Non,
VVrot'LD respveifujiv cail Uie attention of the
V pub to their ."k ofthi tir-t quality
V|ht
ie, vvtiich they hii.ju.- cei wij du- t' from
the East, which they are enabled to sell atM«yhcap
a ra*e a- can b? ob'amcd in Sr. Lou.*.
We are determined ... ac' u(on the «BotTi-—
rntri AND
y'li.K itKrm.vs."
Give ut a call and w# picdg# ourselves to show yon
a* fine marble, and as good workmanship, b»th in
he ornamcn'a! and pla:n styles, as eau be foumJ
invwticre in the 1'nited Sta'es.
lu»vc another evten-ive a ock ef Marble ou IQB
way from the Eas'. and shall be fully prepared to
meet any demand that may bi made for articles in
ur Lne.
Third Street, between Main and Blondean.
April r». I«j4. 1
Keokuk Book-Bindery'
ANU BLANK B00K MAN FACiORY.
BLANK
Book.^ made and ruled .0 any r.-quired
pattern. Court Record-, Justice*' Docket--, As
ses or- Rook*, Poll Bookc, Ac., Ac., furmshtd at
short notice.
Old Book*. Magazines, Music, Ac., bound «r M
Wiud is any style daeirvd.
My Bindery will be found on Second Street,
next door to the Ath,-nSBum,*ign of the "Big litiok."
Jan. 26, lSft4.—dAw. ISAAC N. PIERCE.
rard to the Eadlea.
^J"0W ready for the seas -u a !arj»e sta-k of Tri
1^1 tiling tiogds in Velvet---Plain and Shaded Col
ors aud Black af all widths Plush Shaded, Mup
Fringe. Moire Antique, Watered RibU»ns, t'olorsand
Width Galh»ins in great variety Gimp-i, Braids Ac^
•ome in bright colors for children's dres*e«.
Sept. I' d.lw P. FtlSTER.
E WSTNEWI» I NEW
days later from the Crimea. We are an
ih. rir to stati that Lakoks A I»ai OIIEHT»i'B
to w Bread Wagon is 011 the irtwk, furnimug bcUar
Bread, Cakes and Crae ker*. and tuore for $1, thaa
wa- ever furnished f.»r the same in Keokuk. If yo®
want any of the above articles, trv tin Kkv WAIHU,
rI1T1REE
(1
Hl«iil T. REiiD, Presid if.
Oct 10—d LANIK- A DAVGllERlY.
4ILL Vitot K »:M II uoi S I.T
5.0ULIH ,t ELLIOTT. im|xut. r» ai Julb ruf
K'i' Ih nwar China ai. i a«.- war- No. I|t
arl Strc t. and No. lil Chiimh. rs .-trv t. New Yorfc,
von Id say to reliant- ar:.l airs n ra !y that,
t.iV.ug cr.Uih.Uh aI a C-.v ilo 1# iu tine big tab tt
id th v aiv ful !y lOtiVinccl ill it th y uji sell
Jr- :k rv etc., at u p. ie r«»-- wi y ih .»cr La
a fio' profit to r, ti.i.. Exp ii m- his pn.-v v ry
onclnslvdy to us tint, by adh ring «trn.t y tu s
,«»u .tysi ni. w i ea 11 ..ffi.rd to setl f, tBS»aty
rc. tit. in v th gu -ir elicit titd 'ii
To this nd m'i-• aw miUi tion uf n styUm
i- I, r. i ol Mbiihvii. tu w.rii.il oy asaii
., ."v siring.
L, i'.Ije.rty
I.VV'.'E. oy tu I V .1 e. -i .g! j'.'.eK .gv:, «T
r) .' i fai y p.*k u i«r th ui.t'j trait-.
,3*u .y -7. 1 '»i'j.
V»TI* I T.AF* AT**'ENTICSi 1*A»1
ROOIIT..
Ml:mr,,.
)(J u
f|», iOR—it- H'.-.ut .» i*r'hatsce»
nt'*man n »he »t..v tuutc h* aniwad
".(t.thi mrbt hn m,«har.es {reft th»r«^
101 ito to b. Im ao". ol our Wre'ern nicchani'fla.
Vow I W"u rjsay that th fro- ef .h. pudding IS
1 wt u u inv iU
.. _„.| D,a,b We-t- rn meehauics, and dec id for yourself. A sp#-
Lh^LAwL!'^ Cam-net Cambrics, 'j cimen can b- seen at m- u. w bui,d.nM,l Col. le.ry
i
v.u
_ay- in chewing tbt string. 1 wt u u inv iU
i.aih ai-oiuc r»«'fing thai has be n done by 1*1 .f i»ar
to
FREDERICK ZtC«,

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