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£!)e 0atc Citn
It PL'BLISHED EVEIH MORXINI (HT"*PAV8, EXCEfTgD,)
Br J* v. HOWKLL 4k CO.
E A
Fiv* DOLLARS PER ANJU-M, pevable in Ad*iuic«- or,
T*» CENT* PER WEEK, payable to the Carrier.
Advertisements iusertcd no favorable term.
»«VB D. NINPNOW,
TToRNE\ at Law and Notarv Publ
in tl
JOMX W. HAVKIX
HA^kis
A
TTOKNn ur Um.W*
Parvonr liaiik, (yirpej
Dec. 28.
». F. KILLER.
A'
July 13, lMi'i.—dly
TATl'H Ac CO.,
Flft©
')RWARlINt)
2
ie. Office
ew post office building, on John*©# it.,
between 2t am! 3d.
Collection* promptly attended to.
Keokuk, Feb 13, 18o5.~dtf.
__ t. M. #*C*.
niLMm mn,
TlOKNkl r* al I*w and Sntieitori* in ChaBerry
A(?eti«
count it-(i of Uu- Fir*t Judicial District of Iowa and
*'8J praet ict in tbe Supreme Court of the Btate.
*t. Maui»n, Fet.. 17. lWjj.-—dtf.
JATIK*I II. BKID,
ATTORXKV AT LAW, Keokuk, Iowa.
OFHCL
in tlie Kail Road office on Main Street,
over J. K liruce's «»"re.
Aagu«t 7, lftji.
J- W. KUKUIR,
^I^TTORVEY AT LAW, Ottujuwa, Wapello Cow-
Jttly 2i 1S5S.
It. T.VARSM.ilXi HCMW.
MARSHALL A ttONft.
AT1,.»RNL\
MI IAW. fffi4* in Post building,
K-oi:uk. low .. novVdwIy
Jehu P. If •ratals,
ATTORNEY
Uhd C^un»eiior *1 Law, Keokuk, Io.,
will promptly attend to &!! bu-inets entrusted
to hi* care.
Social attention given to the oolleetioa of Claims,
Land Affencie#, Ac.
Ottoe tbe P«*t OH«e bailding. on Johnwn St.,
ketwe- n 2nd and .''»d.
c. r. RBi'BRff* niVxaL
WHi rtonB AT WK KRL,
TToKSlE."«Rr Law atid General l^nd Apents,
-nt-Kuaia. ('"Wr-hnk crnii'v, Iowa. Will
attend t« all htiMue»- ei.truityl tu tbtir care ifi
i'uw«hifk, Iowa, Ben
ton, Tauia, Marehall, and as
ptr oountuf.
4 TT'
A. w
IMeT'r BWUir,^W'*Tr*
1
^"V
BK K, 'PSR/ W A'
W« wt'r
0 v
and Commission Merehuts, No.
Second Street, St. Louis. Agents for tbe
sale of Hultiie#' Lt.uisville Hydraulic Cement, Cal
cined Planer, and Lime.
Particular attention paid to tbe tale of Unia, Ba
eon, and Lard.
March 2ft—dly.
John Carson ft Co.,
MiRilsslaB, Msrajf and lerward*
tag Ifrribsai,
NO.
I*-*
ee
and jU i mu.. re,ai street, between
Olive and Pine. S Louis. Mo. d#-wly
D. D. BVRIi: A CO.,
•CaaBMBlaaloaA arwardlnf .iferchmu*
L-Vec and Sbirt street.
ALTON, Iixt?iois.
A«|o«jt 31. 1*55.—dly
JoaWH hMwr. JAS. iToii***".
now bKlRKE,
COMMlSc-luN
AferohanW, V\ h'-it-salc Grocers, and
Daalers in Prwdmt, Main Street, between Fourth
-and Fifth. Keokuk. Iowa.
Septemlici 1, iSjj—-dly
mm* Bt Rs. c. RE.1TOKS.
Ruras 4k RrBigea,
\TTHOLBSALE tirooers. Forwarding and Cotn
missuHs Mcrsliaats, Levee, Keokuk, Iowa.
July V. 1^55.—dly
M. BTArroiu.. J. c. a'cvMiT.
UTAI'I'
1
Wchaiits,
Ac H'frsi:,
HOLESALE tipxvrs and ~.tBiasion Mer
second door above the corner of Blon
deau, Water Street, Keokuk, iowa.
March X, 18i5.—dtf.
SAJIt EL UAMILL. AWfl BAMQX.
s.
a
jr. nt
Wand
ittll,
HOLESALE lir'tcers. Tea dealers. Commission
Forwarding Mercian's, No. 37 Levee,
three do^r* U-low Lucusl strtei, 6t. Louis, Mo.
March H. 1S5H-.I
j. a. •uinui.Axn.
HBIDblit^n A*V
WHOLESALE
A If. TK KKB,
and Cutlery, corner of Main and St*oond Streets,
Sign of tbe RED PADLOCK.
July 22, 1S54—dly.
I. R. C'OI»FLI*,
Ij^ORWARDINtiGroceries
COMMISSION
and Commi-sn.ri Merchant, whole­
sale dealer in aud Produce, No. 61 Le
vee, K?okuk, Iowa.
N. l: —Pa,r''Cttlar attention paid to the Forward'
Ing business.
April 11, 1854.—d£w
THEODOUC BETTH. JOHN D. JTRLUTM.
RETTI 9c HELLEN,
and Forwarding MerchantB, No. S
City Buildings, Saint Lout.-, Missouri.
R- ferrnce* .—
Russell A Bennett,
Child. Pratt A Co.
0. D. Filley,
WOIHI-, Chri*ty A Co.
A. McCreery A Co.
(iaty, McCune A Co.
Bast, Wiley A Bast,
H. A J. Hainil,
Wilson ft Brothers,
Mar«b 25.1855.
P.V. BAKTLRTT. MAJfCOPBT.
*. iiinpwM
for tlie inv?*ti(fatmil i,f l.and Title* apd Vv i and retail deal-r in Foreign and
tbe pure!ia»e and «ale of Real Ki-tate will hcHrif- ,, 1'uuiMiii Ir wixxie, ('i'. iiiLij{, Botita, Shoe!",
U*r practice and rerularlv attend tbe 1{J
S5W
Court# «f Keokuk and Ft. Ma.iiwn, «nd of the other 'trw
hD
w- A. 4 L. nbaraway,
li. urtu, Warren, Pvnnsylvama Hon. ti. IL i
... 'Miui, »in», rsimsjiiasia iron. u. Jt. i
Barrot, Chor&eld, Pennsylvania Editor Pittsburg I i»
"Daily In.on.' AE. WU„
u lu
Juu« 8. 1 H.
JJ.—-i
W- h'W|£U IH Dli„ U. RHAlrQft0.
N. O. Prsiare Ac CeaMlsslen
CoMMERVILLE, BRADFORD A CO Oeneral
k^Pniduee. Comm«tiori and Forwardiug Merchants,
New Orleau*. Particular alt en ion paid to tbe pur
cbttse and tale of We«u-rn Pn«iB*. Also, to the
Roceivin« and FArwardinf bwiaees generally. Or
der* rvspectfu'ly solicited, No. 71 Tehonpitonlas
street.
S. W. Ai.KXANHf.H, ft. 6. LAIlIlfl
./vOMML-MON, Forwarding A Storage, Tint, f!3
Vv fi.'. l*oust street, between 2d and .'id. St. Louis,
Mo. WiU (fire prompt attention to the sale of Pro
duce and Genera! Merchandise. und t«» h«- purchase
of tfc«»amc.
WrsRKHCM:
Chittenden A MHiavie,I
Oegborn A llarri
t'onnable. Smyth
Lucas A Simonds, .St. Louis,
novl 5dwftin
A. B. BALL.
T-..
Kxvmm:
iavie,
ison, y
U
,.V
and Third
August 4, lt».'i
WATT.
i Best brands o(
DEALElt:
ir B-i uia Tobae
vaiik Cigars, cs
Mai n and Johnson
S. W.
and Importers of fine lls^
Side of Third street, Ix-tween
Keokuk. Iowa. sep253tud.
Crow, McCreery A Co.
James Watson,
Young Brothers,
C. W. Stone A Co.
t'apt. E. W. liould,
Rhodes, l'egram A Co.
Loker. Rcnicb A Co.
W. S. Oilman,
3, t.
Comstock A Co.
BARTLETT A MAKtOTBT,
Sui rfxmr* tu W. C. Kunkhvuser,
(J
"^HoCKlbS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 9(i Main street. K«okuk, Iowa, resjuctfully
inform
tbe public that they have formed a nartner
ship for the purpose of earryingon the abovc bu. iness
fine
of the best stand* of the kind in the We.'t., and
hope by strict personal attention to merit a share of
public patronage. Charlie will wait with the wagon
usual. BARTLETT A MANCOUR'l.
0ct. 10,
ff.' A. PATTERSON, WM. TIMBEKM AH, WM ATT
A FORW HDING MERCH ANTS
No*. .'!« ami Levee, .. uk.Iowa.
Consignments of all kindti of Produce will receive
prompt and personal attention.
Av/ust W, 1855.—dAwy
PE^^iKVLVAIIIA I'OtKIDBY,
Cor. Main and Eighth Streets, KEOKUK, loWA.
TSteam
WICKERSHAM A SONS, msnufacturera of
Engines and Mill Machinery. A gen
oral assortment of Castings adaptfft to the wants of
the oountry constantly on hand Jal-dly
Keokuk.
ACO.
BALL
*. K1KKHAM.
&KIRKHAR,
I^AMII/Y Grocery and Provision IVibiuld
ing», .id *t., between Mam and Johusou, where
they keep constantly on band a large supply of fami
(focerie* and
wirr-*!. v. MtuMU. li V" Pr(,v*"-"'-' of e»erv vamty, and of
7*111/1 I:k. *\•'Iualit V. which they intend to-ell as cheap
kuk. Iowa.- Office over
U'H^ap"
Mam will Second Bu. ,*'*' "IV'* ,L,t'nt'or,
than any uther house in the ci'y. and
tw
B"DDeUl'
t-
Feb. 7, 1 Si
i r. BK K.
it
DEALKK
to merit a sham
1 liH- public palronaff?.
N.B.—Our wagon is in readiness to wait oo all
who may favor n« with acali. Her. I
nrw E. MKICE,
Triumings, Jk., No. Matin
Keokuk, Iowa.
WM.
i-
i e &
©AMI,...™,
in Groceries, Provisions and rroduw,
No. 90, Main, between Third and Fourth 8tf.,
Keokuk, Iowa. ddw
A. Ill*ID(.tlA\
I S Agent for tbe tasouri State Mutual Insurance
oiupan v, tlie Director* of which are among tbe
oldest and bent known busine** men of St. Louie.
d.'Mptf
il. AlKKflT,
\l^H
0
LtALK
and Retail I)rugi»t, corner of
Mam and Third Street*, Keokttk, Iowa.
Sijfn .f the Big 5!ortar."^feJ
April 11, 1^50, dAw
DH
QFFICK at hi
oi»« door W
A j»ri 1 Sfl, 1
J. HAIKT:*,
R''«id nee, on Qlondeaa Street,
Second, K' 4uk, Iowa.
J.
ft.
BLI:BC.
"H»er. a
Roiling and Jobbing in I'm, Copper, and Fhect
Iron. which 1 will warrant U rive oettsfaction.
July 24, JfsJo. dly J. S. llKEHE.
Barter* nrCufin and Allr
.K\E iu«ir :ated th- m- v. u tbe practiee
Med." llJ (tltitlliur ti attend o»m*uJ
I ca,«, audi. au re4u,red Usance. tw.
Ur(tf ibmrrv
U,
S"
„f
rei i
af
0
|pupil*.
)U
th(, ni,,il(.a w„rkf tx
tb**y are prpeured t-r., e,ve and ,o,truet a largv rla*s 1
L. M'tiuftm. If. D-, B«nd«aoe on 4th, between
i-lam and Bl'Hideao.
1
K-
h'-
_»•. r. c. rw.%wr#«.~'
HAleave
VIN(i permanently located in this city, l»eg*
to inform bis friend." and the citiaeua
generally, that, until further notiae be given, be
"f Dr. J. F. SA*HO*D.
#iay be found at tbe offie
March rtl
Bit. J. LAWBCHE PAbE,
\EFICE No. 2. Burl*#'# Gallery, aornar of Main
and Third Streets,
i.—dtf
TMi Jlct ARI.A.tD HOI Jib,
FRONT ,-T FT. MADISON, IOWA,
HAS
been enlarged and thuri'Ugtily renovated.
aud is now a large and commodious establish
Bient. convenient to tbe steamboat landing, and in
the un centre of business.
Tb.- undersigned has furnished it thron *h'ut in
the very best style, and trusts that a long eiptri
ence in tbe bu-iness will enable him to give general
satisfaction. i
Oat. 0,J855. dAwtf B. F. BOB.
S A W fc ItlDE,
WISTRR, Proprietor.
CORNERWILLIAM
Second and Cedar Sweats, Fort Madi
son, I»wa.
£%r Baggage taken to and from boats Free of
Charge.
&4r- stages leave this Hottae daily lor Keokmk
and Burlington.
Jone 25, l»j.».
IVINK HOI RE.
CORKER or JOHy*js AND FIU&T Sntnm,
BYrllARLHSG.
BUNNELL. The und
si^nwl takes pleasure in announcing tl.at
he has taken this very popular House and
made a complete rerio\ation throughout ttie entire
premises. lie is now pxejar,-.l to receive tbe pat
ronag, of the ptblie. and believes he can meet the
Wajats of all who desire a good House.
He hopes, by a close applie.^tiui, to th« business
And aitentioii to the many wauU ot Mfce traveller, to
merit and obtain a share of patronage.
JbIf Baggag* lajtet u and from Boats free of
charge. CiUS. G. BUNNELL.
April 5. 1855. dtf
I.OVI HOVSK,
B"
JAMES WATT.
D. W. CL"vr.h, corner of WslutttsatficttAj
Streets, Muscatine, lows.
Office of the Ttpuro, Marion, Davenport and
()»kaloo»a Stage Lines.
March 22, 1856.—d
BI AT(OSPUUT HOI
John Rob inion, Proprietor.
THE
pr prie .,r »..wid tall the attention of the
traveling public to the abjv- House, a-#uring
all who lavor him with a call that his house ana
Stable are large and commodious, and amjdy fur
tiisbed, and that be wiU epttxe no pauii! tu ^rc en- 1 ew York
tixc satisfaction.
Noremlwr 21, 1855.—dly
IIENHV I'. RI/IIOMK. *»Wt* Bt. OBAKT.
SC'HOLTi: A OR A NT,
PELL A MARION X.. IOWA.
BANKERS,
LAND AGENT-, and NOTARIES
PUBLIC. Agents for fhe Unitod States Life In
surance Company, Iowa State Fire Insurance Com
pany, Coojier's A Clark's Steam Engine Manufacto
ry, aud for all important agricultural machines.
Editors and Proprietors of the WEEKLY l'EI.LA
GAZETTE, Ind. pendent in Polities and Religion —$2
per annum. Plain and Fancy OB l'RIN'££&>.
octltf w 1 y
WILLIAIH R. SMITH.
BELLOWS
N. —Ev
ANUFACTURER, Bcnch Str^t, near
Franklin, tialena, 111.
Ke fs constantly on hand Bellows of every descrip
tion, which will be sold as low and on a* good terms
as can be purchase! elsewhere.
very Bellows warranted to give satisfac-
tion.
August 27, 18S5.—dfnn*
Ttbe
in all it* various branches. Having purchased tbe counts entrusted to bis care, with promptness. Ac
entire stock of Family Gro reri'-s at the above stand,
design making such additions thereto, as shall wake
it
Jnntlrc of the Penes.
Id inform his in
HE undvr.Mgned
country, that his office is on Main, between
2d a:id Hd streets, Keokuk. Iowa, over the liar
11 ess
tore. lie will attend to the collection of all ac-
counts sent by mail, post-paid, will receiveat'in
tiou, and tbe moncr returned a* onlered.
EDWARD COLE.
March 2, 1855.—dly.
8.
WHOM.
WT A. PATTERKON A CO.,
C1tiMM^»l/JN4D,
C.
S. Vail & Co
IRON FOUNDERS AND MACHINISTS,
Af AN UFA'' I'U RERS of Steam En tines, Orist and
i»X Saw-Mill Machinery, Water Wheels, 4c,, ftc«,
comer of Sixth and Blonde«u Streets, Keokuk,Iowa.
May 31, lS54.$dAvy
I'ANCl (.OODtt AND TOVB.
OBERTOP, No. 72, Maui street, has jus' re
ceived a larice and complete assortment of
Paney tioiKls, Toys. Musical Instruments,ShotGuas,
PisUds, Fancy China sets, and so on, which he will
sell at
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
cheap for cash. Q, 0JN$R10P.
Kaokuk, Oct, DOj
1|AK. *4
rwftiiflt sftaai irr ii'ii iria.mm-i.ria -t"s
Man
Store.
Sept. 1, 1855.—dAwly
PEMNHILVA1IAB
Feather*, Ac.,
2dCt.A.HS. Books and Station- I
ery. Dry Goods, (in bales,) i 7ie. for 1M lb.
Hardware, Leather, Wool, 1
3d Ci.As.v—Abm1«, Ba^injf, i
Bacon and Pork, (in bulk,) I #5e. per 1W lb.
Hemp, Ac..
•tb CLAHN.—Coffee, Fish. Ba-)
con and l'ork, (|«tked) Lard, I We. pet IM 11.
•lid Lard Oil.
U1 H—per bbl. until further aotioe.
\r
iH
Per
100
FHKIC.HT A EXT,-Hurris, Wormlev A OK, Mem
pW. 'lean. R. F. Sua, it Co.. St. L-^un- J. S.Mitch
ellAN.ii, Evan.'ville, Ind. Dummiil. Ifell A Mur
do«.k, and Carter A J. wett, Loui-villc, Ky.: R.
Mc-ldnitn, Madi*on. Ind.: Snrign^n & Brown, and
Irwin A Co.. Cincinnati: S. W. t.raham A Co..
Zanesville, Ohio Le»r-h 4 Co., 54 Kill v street, Bos
ton. Leech A Co., No. 2 As tor ii New York N»j.
1 William street, and No. g. Buttery Place, New
York E. J. Sueeder, Philadelphia Mngraw 4
Koent, Baltimore ,o. ('. Frnncireos, Pittsburs.
11. H. HOI .-TON,
General Freight Agent, Philadelphia.
J. l/'MHAEKT, Fnp't, A:t-»rtia. Pa.
n v 2.i I v.-i v
Pt!*^Ml,VA.\IA KAII.KOAD.
UK! la
i iti i 1
Phi iadelplna
lea*
Pitt.-burg f'ir Phiia
their office r,.,„n.-. and a
roate to Philadelphia, Baltimore, SewXori
ton.
THOS. MOORE,
ACRNT. Passenger Lines, Philadelphia.
J, HESKIMEN,
Agent, Passenger Lines, Pituburg.
P»K. I K *,'» y
Chicago and Burlington R. R. Line.
IStance
KEOKUK: MONDAY DECEMBER. 3 1855.
®*o Women miBBeieul A. 1m
RAILROAD COMPANY.
Bi
AILBO
A U.
•ii'ra! ltmt ci'iiiii-ctiiiK tb. A
mUi W e»U ii. .SortbweKtern ami rwmtfi-
w«tern St at eh, by a continuous Kailway direct.
Thi.« road also connects at Pitt*burir with daily line
of Steamers- to all ports on th« Western Rivers, and
at Cleveland and Sandu»kv with Steamer* to all
port.* on tbe Northwestern Lakes making the most
direct, ehea|»cst and reliable route by wtiieh 1 reight
can U' forwarded to and from the Great West.
HATES »KT*EKS PHli.ADr.LI'HIA AS1 PITTSBtRO.
11IL.ST Cl-AJiS. --liootS, I
Dry Goods, iiu boxes Furs, V&c, per ittt) lb.
!b*-
u
tilln .fc.r va|p,
n,)t
ugn rain.-, l.-iwe. i i'i. ladel
IIRG Tut: M.IUMM, .\!,... TRAIN
for Ilttsburg a: 7$ A. M., and
iadelphia at 7 A. M. THE PAST
LIKE leaves Philadelphia for Pitulurg ai 1 P. M.
TBE NIGHT EXPRESS IRAIS leaves Philadelphia for
Pittsburg at 11 P. M., and Pittsburg for Philadel
phia at 10 P. M.
The above line* connect at Pittsburg with Rail
roads to and from St. Louit, Mo. Alton. Galen
i i ,» «, isrille, Ky. Terre Haute. Madison. Lafavette and I Street.
Allen. M. D., Residence on High, between 3d Iodianapolis. Ind.: Cincinnati. Dayton, Springfield
v r. Belief.,ntaiue, Sandusky. Toledo,Cleveland, dlum
U»ce in the "Post building," 2d story, on 3d it. bus. Zanesville. Mascillon and Wmister,Ohio also,
between Main and Johnsor.. with tbe Steam Psvkvt iiuats from and to New Or-
Conraitation hours between 11 o'clock, A.M.,Md|leans. Louis, Louisville. ai Cincinnati.
I M. oct.ild Through Tickets can be had to or from either of
the above place*.
For further particulars, see Hand-bills at the dif
ferent starting points. Passenger* from the West
will find this the shortest anil most expeditious
k or Boa
litarv
•qnawka. Cet tra
nd Chicago, Bur. .1
A yuinrv Railroad*,
now complete»l. and Trains run the entire dis
from CHICAGO to BURLINGTON, Iowa,
without change of cars.
Tlie most direct route to Chicago, New York, Bos
ton. Phi lad'.! and all other points East.
2 Daily Tram- leave BurlmgK 11 Sundays excepted.
1 —DAV EXI'BESH,—THUOIGH 7. A.M.
Arriving at Chicago th. same evening, passing
through Monmouth, Oalesliurg. Princeton, and eon- i
necting at Meudota with the Illinois Central Raalj
Road, to La Halle, Blo iiuington, Springfield, Deca
tur, Jacksonville, and Naples also with Galena and
Dun bit h.
2.—EXPRESS THR/H^GH 7. 30, P. M.
Connecting with Illinois Central Rail Road at
Mendota for St. l^.uis and Cairo direct.
Trains on the above Roads run in close connec
tion, a-.oiding all laying over at any of the points.
This Road connects at Chicago with the Michigan
Central and Michigan Southern Roads, and with all
the Ro|wll
lu kv ulul
Uail.ng'to the Atlantic Citie»70hio', Ken
lVnusvlvama.
Passengers lea\ ing Burlington at 7. 30,
Dunleith
reach (ialena and
Louis 111 26 hours.
By this route passengers will reach the interior
portions id Ohm and Indiana in less time, %nd with
fewer charges. Lbau by any otRer route, connecting,
via Michigan Central at Michigan City, with the
New .Albany and Salem Road, thence to all points
south and southeast.
Baggage checked direct through to Chicago, and ig&s
•OA'bfhrge/or handling at &uy point.
Through
rJ
i"ket.- hy this Route' can ha purchased
at the Rail Road Office ni Burlington.
C. «. HAMMOND, Superintendent.
D. RF.MU-K, Ticket Agent, Burlington.
E. FOLI.KTT. tieueral Ticket Agent, Chicago.
Chicago, May 1st, 1*55. dAwr
Important to Travelers.
The new and quick Route now OJK'U through to
l"
45 hour.- from St. Louis via the
OHIO AKD miKSIKSIPPl
BROAD GUAGE RAILROAD.
I .v MAIL AND EXPRESS RoUTE.
CariyiHii Iht iiimt SuriUriR and i,utern MUI.
TWo TItHoi OH TRAINS OA I
LIT.
Terre Haute and Indiauajiolis. and there
trains for Cincinnati, New York, Iiuis\ ill
Richmond and ashington City Ac.
St. Louis.
N. B. Passengers at and b-bw Kt ukuk, make a
saving of from 12 lo 24 hours time.
JAMES M. WARD.Sup't.
Morning Mail train leaves St. Louis at 7 o'clock A.
Lightning Exj»re»s 2 p. *.
Connecting at Vinocnnss with the K. A C, R. R. for kab*wa. Fort Des Moine und (Aiuncil Bluffs. |Missing
rilb fast
Boston.
BuHwlo, Philadelphia,Cleveland Baltimore,Dunkirk,
singti
No change of ears at Tcrre Haute.
ell.
Also connecting at Sandoval with the I. C. R. R..,
the moit pleasant route to Cairo and ail p* nts in ^'harles, Wtnursttt, ludiantown, Silver Creek, to
northern Illinois and tbe only mail Railroad from i
A. W. DANA, Asa't. Sup't.
ISAAC WTKAK. Sole Ticket Agent. be£30dy
LIVER 1 VIAHI.i:,
ON
Johnson Street, lye ,• 1st ami 2.1,
by WM. II. Ci.t «iUoRK. inis establish
ment is large, commodious, well arranged
Mid amply provided with good horse* well t'-iimsl
for U.i.'iiess, as well as with Carnages, Buggies and
Hack*, open and close, covered and half covered, of
every description, adapted to convenience or luxury,
liorsas or Carriage* of residents of the city or vis
itors from abroad kept on moderate terms, and
carefully attended to by men thoroughly skilled in
the buriness.
Horses bought and s 14 on ooumiwion and OB taj
own ajitiiuil at all times.
May 25, 1855.—dly
Wgars A t'hewlni Tobacco
A.CHOICEtho
CHOICE a*
fond of
DIMixn. t. m. aLkrrooLa.
A. f* DKMlfVO «N».,
sor* K. Grain 1U- R. Smith A Co.)
T5 ANKKRS and dealer* in Exchange. Keokuk. To.
aniels' *-'!*Kht ch.-ckii on *11 the principal uuui constant
ly for gale in sum? tu unit
Collections on this city remitted for promptly at
current rate* of Exchange
We will buy and sell all kind of Gold, Specie,
and ancurrenf Bank Not«f, af best rates.
In^rest allowed on special depof*ite
HKf'KliKVf K.H
Cash. Am. Exchange Hunk, New York.
Messrs. K. W. lark. Dodge A Co.
I.uca^ A Simoiiib1 St. Louis.
E. W. Clark A Bro's.
N' Corwith A Co., (ialsaa.
May 11, lBj/i.
A
iefer to lAici
iioiiE
»E( i. C. ANDERSON, on Third, between Main
-'and John-oii Street*, Kckuk, Iowa, ollw.-Hons
on tins City remitted promptly, at current rate of
Exchange.
iu'erost on deposits when specially agreed
Upuu.
Rcfor to E. W. Clark A Bros., 1
Bogy, Milteuberger A Co., V •Bankere,
John J. Anderson A Co.,
W,'
Clark
Banking
C,,r. of .Mt
IOHT Exei
•3and sold.
'"'l farther notice.
exceeding 500 lbs.
weight, until further notice.
iifc. In shipping Good* from any point East of
Philadelphia, be parti-ular to mark package "via.
Penn.«\ 1
\aniit llailrojid. All (oi«i» consigned to
the Agent? vf tlu« Boad at Philadelphia or Pitta
bar((, will be forwarded without detention.
^Ige A Co., Hew York City.
Gffiue hours from V A. M. to 6 P. M.
_July 14, Ifi^.—dtf
iiouao of Chat. Pariom.
i!i) and 2d St»., KEoKt'K. IOWA,
lan^e oil the Ea^t ami South Imught
Europcun Exchange for remittance to
any part of Europe for sale. Interest allowed on
its a.«
a.« per
agreement.
oci« A Simonds, St. Loais, Mo.
L. A. Beuoist A Co., du
Atlautia Bank, !ston.
Duncan, Sherman A Co., New York.
Dfexel A Co.. Philadelphia, Pa.
Union Bank, Bnltimore, Md.
Oeintuer.:«! Bank, Cincinnati, 0.
Pr.ce, Converse A Co., New Orleans, La.
_Jsepi. 1, 1866.—ily
T. W« Alexander A Ce«f
FFreight
fiTtWAPiTIN(i
and Loinmi^-i*n Merchants*
Agents for New York Rail lb.ad, and
Pulton Lak'- Boat Line, on Erie Canal and Lake*.
171' South Wat. Sir-et,Central Wharf,Chicago, III.
Liberal ca-h advances on shipments of Produce
or Merchandise, sale in this market, or ship
BH'Dt. t' friend- east.
Refer to W. J,. Ewing A Co.. St. Louis, Mo. S. A
W B. Thayer. Quincy. 111. Green A Stone. Musca
tine, Iowa 15. H. CumpU-ll A Co., Galena, 111. J.
II. Laugley A Co., Iioek Island. 111. Barklcy,
rh"ti"l«on
A Co., Davenport II. T. Foster, Beards
town, In. Hon. A. Starne, Springfield, 111. A.
DA Reed. Ga!e rbiirg. Hi. W. S. Gilman, New
lork I ltssit A to., Philadelphia, Pa. A.Gilbert,
Cashier Cviinmereial Bank. Chicago.
Mark package- care of T. W. A. A Co.
July 17, 1 s.tj.—dAvrly
and Chicago, 111. trankford. Lexington and l^.u- daily by People's Line of Steamers, foot Courtlandt
Krai Abbot Ac ts'i Ttaae Cxpreit.
PN.
R0PIUET0RS, Neal, Ablut A Co., 88 Broad St.,
Y., Williams, Tanner A Co., Buffalo Ship
For bills Lading, apply to
Neal, Abbot 1
Co.,
Mark
July 21
isao.
TT.
88 Broad St.^.T
B. Brooke,
Virgil Hillver.
package, "Neaf. Abbot k Co's ExpraM."
27, lsij.—dAwftm
1646.
reiianti' Western Line.
ALBOT a CO., New lork, WILLIAMS,
Tax.vkh i (,'... Bafful
I,
RAILROAD MAD
''pilE two fast steo'n
i
BF.LL,
M.,
n 12 hours, and St.
CAMI'IIELL.
Proprietor!. Shipdsuly
from Pier 2. E:»«' River. NVw York.
All ear^'^' fully in-ui\il to Buffalo.
No traiishipmentabetwccn York and Buffalo.
For might apply to
Neal, Abbot A Co.,) 4
P. B. Brooke, 188 Bpead St.,N. Y.
irgil Hillver.
Mark packages, M. W. Li#»."
July 27, 18.'5.-dAwr,m
New Arranfrnent,
TwillSteamera
HE G. W. H'AKllAWK
run as regular daiiv packet
fr..m Keokuk, in eumu.c- ..n unii the cars
of the* Northern Cross Railroad at Quincv leaving
Quincy at o'clock and arriving at Keokuk at 12
M., and Kai ing Keokuk on returu trip at u usck
For freighU^c passage apply on Imard.
J. P. STOTTS, Agent at Keokuk.
June in, 18i5.—ill*
KEOKii "I I»
18i5.
HU K ISLAND
lHftft.
LINK -TEAMERS.
ke and BE*CAHT-
now link 1.^ :a, v trips, connecting at
Rock I.-land with the cars for the Eaft, aud with tlie
Daily Mail Pavkets for Galena and Saint Paul, aud
at Keokuk with tbe great .Mail Line Steamers Jen
nie Deans, Westerner, Keoknk and iMe Vernon £or
St Louis.
J. M'Kri aptain Leroy D'*Ige, leaves Daven
pirt and ck Island every Monday, Weilnesday
aud Friday evenings for* Keokuk". Returning,
leaves Keokuk every Tuesday, Thursday and Satur
day Evenings.
fas*
Captain II. F. Rartlett, lcavei Ia-
vrn|xrt and Rock Island every Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday evening*. R,etiirning. luaves Keokuk
every Wednesday, Friday andSuuday evenings.
For Freight or Passage, mourn- ,,1, lo»rd, or of
T. HEAIGHT, Agent,
Keok uk.
March, ii.—dtf
S T.~ JL o1 T» K O K I K
rillllB popular lin *ain.t- will makeregular
A daily tiij.s as usual ttiroughout the season, con
necting at FCenkuk Willi tbe regular daily Mail
Packets t« It.* K IKI.ASII. GALENA and ST. PAI'L, run
ning in connection wlib th Railroads to Chicago
and the East.
The line is. at present composed of the steamers
DIE Vu,\ov, W*sTr.HXKn, JEINJOE DEANS, and
KEOKIK, whose names alone are a sufficient guaran
ty of their speed aud accommodations.
March 5, 1855. dSin
WKJCP-LMN A« I tonPASY.
SI MMEL AUUAN'GEMEN'iS.
"^11F. We-tern Stage Compuny respectfully an
nounce to the public that their t'oaehes leave
Kcktlk Daily 'Sunday exc.-pted) for Fairfield, s-
1*1
through B.ston, Charleston, Primrose, Winchester,
Birmingh uu. Ashland, Ag. ncy City. Ottumwa, Ed
dyville, Oskalonoa, Pella, Monroe, Apple Gn.ve, to
Ft. Dcs Moines.
'i
From Oskalmwa (tri-wcekly) to Council Bluffs, via
Bellefemuiin. Knoxvilk, Plensantvillc, Indianola, St.
unri
Rluff*.
Passengers and bnggsgi eonveyeil to and from the KranK'- to Chariton, triweekly.
Dojiot free of charge. Through tickets can be pro
cured at the office of the Keokuk Packet Co., or at the
Company office. No. 2H and 30, cor. 4th and Chest
nut street, under tbe Planter's House, or No. 3tf,
South Levee, St. ljouis.
Also from Ottumwa via Blakesburg, Albia, La-
Also from Kekouk. Daily, via Warren, Farm in
B-.impart B-itt.it |mrt, lveo.auquu, Pittsburg
to Bbsiniiield.
ngton,
Troy,
Also lo Fort Dmlge from Fort Des Moines, passing
through Boon-boro and Homer.
Every attention will bo paid for the comfort and
convenience of passengers.
Coaebe* leave Keokuk ior all the above places at 7
o'clock. A. M.
.?TtS" OHi •. on Main Street, second door a1*.v.- the
La lede llou*'. R. A. MeCHESNEY, Agent.
BlrBer A Tlmlirrinan's Mvery Nluble.
HIS Stable, situated on i'bird Street, between
Main and BlondeHii Streets, is large and oum
m'slious and especially fitted up and adnpt.nl for the
business, ami the uniier-i.r .^1 are ..nin'v prepared to
accommoiat- thfir t.ienil- and the pub.'.e generally,
with (saddle Horses, Buggies, and Carriage* at rea
sonable into*. They aim keep Horses by iba day,
week, or month. SAM'L MeKEFl,
W. TIMBKRMAjf,
Keoknk. Oet. It. 1854.- dtf
Keokuk Boiler Work*.
CORNER
assortment just received. Ail wko art1 workmen to anv part of tho country to do repairs.
OAn be satisfied by calUug onl ED. WELCH
MAR,
t»ept. 2*-d MUORE 4 HGOpEK Eookak, Iowa,8opt. Jl dAwly
Sixth aud Ridge streets. I am prepared
o manufacture l'ejilers, Tanks Iron Boats, Lard
or Soap Kettles, tlas Holders, or anything else eop
nected with my bnsine*?, and to scrnl competent
Fall Trad^
OTAR CLflTHINo STORE, 72 Mate St.. Keokuk.
Kl 11. Mraus W«uld re.^eifuily call tbe at
tention of the genu uieii Keokuk and vicinity to
the fact that h* btw formed a eo-partnership with
one of the Injitt cIothing-boiiM in Cincinnati i J. t
rienthal 4 L. Block,i hud thus jiossesse- ^ujx-rior li»
ellities f..r the selectim and purchase of stocks of
clothing and furnishing goods.
They have now a most complete asaortibent ofaall
fcind- of Clothing, comprising in part, Cloth nd
V*eiciat.«, Pants and Ve*t.* of all grade*., styles and
's"rts, Stocks Hut- and Caps. Trunks |-c.
ibtwc goixl* bai'v been seli-f-ted with care, and will
sold at a small advance on custom oost. We are
determined not to be undersold by any establish
ment this side of Cincinnati.
Country merchants are particularly in\it«i to call
and examine our stock, before purchasing elsewhere.
sep 17 d4-wtf ^TRA^S A CO.
4. It. HL'T. H1NVJS. DEWltr,
ra-% TAILOHft.
»I" li 1 HI' xreet, between Main and Johnaon, Keo
have just received, at their Fashion
able Tailoring and Furnishing Establishment, a
choice and excellent supply of Broadcloth*, Cassi
neres, esongs, and Gentlemen's Furnishing
Jh* tltlseii at kraknlu
'I Mir. subscriber would announce to the citnetis of
A Keokuk that he ha-just received a stock of tbe
be*t and most fashionable go*)ds for gentleman's
Wear ever brought to Keokuk consisting of Frein
And American cloths, cassimcrcs and \estings plu.-li
e«, velvets, grenadines, cashmeres. Ac., which he will
make up on the shortest notice and in the best style
to order. The subscriber has also on hand a fine as
sortment of shirts, cravats, scarf*, collars. Ac.
^'P JAMES M. TYLER.
Nrw
Arrangement.
PHE subscril«-r would inform the citisens of Ke
A okuk and viciuity that he has purchased tbe
stock in trade of Ben. F. Dodson, at No. Third
Street, where he has on hand a general assortment
of French and American Ctoth«, Cassinieres and
Vesting.*, which be will make up to order at the
shortest notice, and in a style not to be surpassed.
Also a good assortment of Summer Coats, Vests,
and Shirts, always on hand.
July 13, lsw—dtf JAMES M. TYLER,
rpo JOURNEYMEN TAILORS".•-WwiVd." nan.!
diately, at No. 5, Third Street, two firtt rate
journeymen tailors.
sep/7
ATTEM1 IO.xT ATTENTIO.Vr
HAVING
made arrangements for the establish
ment of a large CI otiing Manufactory. on the
Eastern plan, I am now offering my Spring and
Summer Goods AT PRIME COST. Those in need of
Clothing will find this to be a rare chance.
Corner of First and Main Streets.
NATHAN HoFFHEIMlR.
Keokuk, July IS, 1855 —dAwly
To the (•rntlrnirii.
ON
exhibition, an assortment of Ficncb, Scotch,
and American Cassimcres—the first ever offered
in tiii* market.
xsTt.Nos.— Iti Meirc Antiijue Plain and Figured
Grenadines Brocade and Rex Silks Silk Velvet
and Plu-h.
Ci^rrHs.—Black and Blue, fine grades, and broken
check Ca*Mmeres, lor fall suit».
Als.^ A i h. iee selection of Kid, Cloth and Merino
Glsrves Half Maae in Wod. Merino, and heavy Cot
ton with Merino feet Silk and Merino Undershirts
and Drawers Cravats Scarfs and Handkerchiefs.
Sept. 10, Is55.—dAw P. D. FOSTER.
CLOTIfflXC LOTIIIC I
1 \LL AND WINTER TRADE.
1FORETHE
HA ree i veil a lur^'e si ek 1 Ready Made
Clothing. Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods. Trunks.
Hatf, Carpet bags, Umbrella*, Ac., which I will sell
at WHOLES A
LR ash RETAIL, at a very small advance
above Eastern cost. Corner of First and Main Ms
Sept. 7-—dAw N. HOFKHEIMER.
To tlae MerrtsantB of Iowa.
NEW CL0TU1 N ti WARE HOUSE.
PWAl'LES
A CO., having taken the Store, 48
Market .street, Philadelphia, (lormerly occo
pied bv Fassitt A Co.,) Mid having secured the ser
vices of the most tasty cutters, we are now Matvu-'
factoring an entirely jiew stock of Clothing of eve
ry description, aud it is our intention at all tunes
to keep a large stock of the newest and nio«t desira
ble Clothing suitable for the Western market.
P. Vi APi.KS, formerly of Dubuque, baling spent
the last twenty years in the West, and knowing the
wants of Western Merchants, be feels that he can
not fail to give entire satisfaction to all those that
he may have the pleasure of doing business with.
Our Linen Furnishing Room, we think, cannot be
surpassed, as all our Shirts, Collars, etc., etc., are
made to order.
It will afford ns much pleasure to have you call
and make a personal examination of our stock.
August 3, 1855.—dl v P. W APLES A CO.
•!\. W. JON F.N,
to P. Slingerland,)
DEALER(Successor
lb55.
A I K E S
in Clocks, Watches and Jewel
WATCH RxrAiRiito.
The subscriber being a practical watchmaker,
feels competent to repair the most difficult and deli
cate work that may be entrusted to his care.
All work warranted to give satisfaction.
CORRECT TIME.
The public may rest assured that tho corroet tiaue
is, andalwavs will be kept by
Nov. 28, 1854—dly N. W. JONES.
To tbe MtocklsolAero of tlie Keokuk,
Pit. Pleasant A 7lu«ratine R. R. Co.
0TICE is b.-rl-l y given, that in accordance with
the conditions r{ the subscription for the 1st
Division of said road, the fourth tn-'l.'timcnt ut
percent, will bedue and payable De*. 5th, 1855, at
tbe banking houieof Charles Parsons.Treasurer, Ke
okuk, or lo the undersigned, General Agent.
N
of I^.ri
J. K. H0RNI8H,
General Agent K. Mt. P. A M. R. R. Co.
No*. 13, 18a5.—td dAw
[Keokuk Times and Mt. Pleasant Obset veroopy
Office of the Keokuk, Ft. Deuioines and"
,f Minnesota R. R. Co., Oct. 25.1855.
Notice to Stockholders.
rpilE Mocktoldcrs of the Keokuk, Ft. Demoines
-1 A Minnesota R. R. are hereby notified that
a third call of ten tier cent, on the capital slock of
tbe Company has en made thiu day. payable on
Saturday, the Is 1 of December next, to Win. C.
Graham Treasurer lie U. R. Office, in Keoknk.
A I A U i A I A O I
On Johnson Lot ween nnd 2d.
BVtablishedANStrtot,
O'BR^ A CO. Having
Sept 2'.', 1*55- ill)
A Rare Chance for Good Bargains.
or 5i -ct on Main street 6 desirable building
lots in the city of Keokuk also for
y
V 1
HU1CHINS0N A DEWEY.
_April 5, 1855.—dly
NO. 834.
IhUg FHorc!
Burrows B.ocVi.Ma'r Stree4 k'Cnnrr
U (, «TFWA»n REOKUX.
i
n w 111
r««pt
Choice brands
on hand.
pounded, at all hours of day Jr night.
tf
vT carrtniiy
jOf I^rug-, Med-rtn.-« ami Cb. m.t,, -. p.
rn
'tf
Medicines, Popular Kemedma, V. "hutn.-mi U.
•quor-._lWtr.Oils. Dye auiS,, Perfumery, anW*.
ry %'ariety of fancy artmle* usually fownA In tbe bast
e»tab i-hu»eiits of the kind. Kv*rv articlc warrant
#a pure and gocutn«.
Purchasers wih confer a mntual favor by caUIsc
at our establishment before buying cbewherc.
Physicians' prescription- carefully put np.
-Dii J. G. STEWART'« office and consulting
in ths Drug Store.
PROPESMMKAI. RPPERESCE
T. 0. Edwards, J(, D,, Ohio Medical CftllsAO
J. Cobb, U n u (j
John Locke,
May 3, 1855.-
it £i ti
H. O'Connor,
AAPOTHEC
larKe
ARl AMD DRt-j&QVST.
lolllhi AltlE' HALJ., oorutir Third and
Johnson sts.. Keokuk, la., is ttnw in receH.tM
•1,,U
xk IJI rvc*''Htl
wel1
Goods
of all descriptions, and gtiarantee that their work
•hail in* done in the moat approved and *atthfii4Hory
manner. They are t'oustamly receiving the New
lork and Philadelphia Fashions, aud respectfully
solicit all who desire good work and tbe best mate
rial to give them a call.
*»octrd sn-ck Of Initt
Medicines, (.
.In-mica Is and I»ve Stuff* ii„
largt as
no __
sive agency of therefore would call the ii.n
assortment of the m'wt popular Patent
in use, some of which he hns the exolu-
Oct.»_d F. II. O'CONNOR.
T. I. RCKKN I Rcmrtiu
McKcnny & Runner,
A N I- this dny associated themselves together f»
hc
kuk.'loia
of the Drug business in all U
branebei. 1 ney expect to keep on band a general
and well selected assortment of Pure Drugs. Cbsmi
cal*. Perfumery, Paint,, (),ls, Ac.
K
Also have by this arrangement become solo VT9
prietors for the manufacture and tale of H. Will
t^res celebrated Mamaluke Liniment and unrival
led egetable Anti-Bilhous Pills, for the Star«a of
L""orv ,7s .b™,k".U"'
Ali order* in future will be addressod to
Dec. «, 1«54.
d|f
**BNKY
OtATl AGEKT.
I V
N
irnstf w
None other* need applv.
J. 1. 1V LER.
has been appointed Agent ia
le
**le
,jt
8°'"ign
Particular attention given to preparing prescrip
tions. in eases where medicines ars required dur
ing tb« night i is freijuently iuounvemeat u obtain
them. I ins difficulty I have completely obviated
by having my rvsidence iu a part of the s'ame build
ing occupied by my store and persons desiring med
ni'lTr TV
relv
LARD
:£x
ry, Second Street, (next door to Charles
Parsons' Banking House,) Keokuk. I
The subscriber has just received a large und
beautiful stock of Gold and Silver Watches. 1
Jewelry. Ac., comprising the latest styles of l^'Ues'
Breast I'm-. Ear Rings. Finder Rings, Cuff Pins,
Gold Guard and Fob Chains, Keys, Seals, Silver
Thimbles, Gold Slides, Snaps, Studs, Gold IVns
with or without holders, Gold Penoils, Peas And
Pencils.
"P°" procuring them at ai! hours,
night or day, without inconvenience or dclav.
Druggist,, merchants and others, purchasin* b
the quantity, are requested to g,ve me a call as
am determined to sell on as favurabk terms a* any
house in tbe city.
April fl 1855, dy
1
00
L)H
)L\ A»ertoaa~Panetratuag
O.O I ,e
I
Msd-
MJiStock o| Perfumery and lollet articles is lar»e
us HTT-1' R^m's and j"l'
Oila p'Xtr*Cf"
0Tery
d^-rfption
of Hair
Oils, 1 oruades. Fancy to. ui, nail ami ba
Brushes, and all p.wders used f..r Uilrt p„pS'
,f
'. 'Ron^Snuffs aud Tohocru always
'"PmiTfots LIQ*
of tbe
July 3d, 1855. dly
Mortar, Koo-
A»EI BETOOLW"
Wholesale and Retail Druggist,
Mechanics Block, North side of Main St., Keokuk,
H\
i Iowa.
AN ING made arrangements for a perma
nent busmess in tbe above line, I am now
ollering to the city and ootintrv trade a larpt
and well selected stock of Dr'ug,. Medicine
a
V'ls """"he., Brushes, Glass­
ware and i,,dow bias.. Also Perfumerv and fan
cy articles. igurs, lob»ce, and Snuff, and a cboiae
a-sortment of Pamily Groceries, mclading Spices,
leas, Havoring Extracts, Candies, Soda Sab ratus
and a variety of articles pertaining to thai depart
ment ail which will be sold on the principle of
small profits and quiek returns."
Lini-
Muaftt'ties to suit purchaww.
Of Pa, T'M".UU,"an
Llll,ment
varioty
»l latont iM^ltcun'f at
April 6,1855. IIEYNOI.DS' Drug Stor«
I CASK pure Blackberry Wme suiUtble for modi
cuial and HaA-rutnentttl puriM!e at
REYNOLDS' Drug Store.
OIL, spirit Gas, Linseed Oil, Copal, Japan,
Demar and Coach Varnish. band and for sali
**!. RE^ NOLDH' Drug SUIM.
1 CASKPranoiAt
NOLI)?' Drug Stan.
R. Bawden A Son,
^'"P^Guily call the attention of bhe
pilbliu to their stock of the first quality olf
Marble, which they have just received direct from
the tost, whuih they are enabled to sell at as cheap
a rate tt- can he obtained iu St. Louis.
We are determined to ad upon the motto—
"SMAI.I. PRorils AMI yt:i k RKTt'R.VS."
Give us a call and we pledge ourselves to show Tea
as fine marble, and as g»d workmanship, both in
the ornamental and plam styles, as can be found
anywhere iu the I nited States.
We have another extensive stock of Marble on its
way from the East, and shall be fully prepared to
meet any demand that may be made for articles in
our line.
Third Straet. between Main and Blondeau.
April i,
1-..-1, ,1
Keokuk Book-Bindery,
BLANK
a
\J' REANK BOOK MANUFACTORY.
Books ma»le and ruled to any required
pattern. Court Records. Justices'lbickets, As
sessors Books, Poll Books, 4c., Ac., furnished at
short notice.
Old Books, Magatinos, Musie, Ac., bound or to
bound in any style desired.
Jgfc, My Bindery will be found on Sw-ond Street,
next door to th.- Athetueum, sign of the "Bur Book
Jan. 26, 1H54.—lAw. ISAAC N. PIERCE.'
«'ar«l to the ladies.
N0W
Cf
HIGH I. REED, Pwsidant.
C. F. Coxa, Seerc.iry.
Oct. 26, 1855.—dvrtd.
[Tilues and Ft. Deuioine statesman copy.]
permanently e«
uk. th an ample
ul for he manufac
.gs and i'.icks, we are
les in line, in tho
hoiccst material,on rea
ourselv-
supply of the very
turc of Carriages. Bu_
preparei to make a'
very I .est style and o
sonahle terms and o, .otic.'.
sale,
exchange for westorn property, a g.Kid Mill pro|Ksty
it Ohio 80 acres choice land in Indiana several lots
iu the lown of Napirvillo, county -eat of Du Paga
county, III. 80 acres of choice land uear the c«tunty
seat of Monroe county, Iowa, with fruit trees, etc.
or
Inquire of McKENNY 4 RUNNER.
A
COMPLETE assortment of Swiss and B«*k
Mouslin*. Bishop I^awus, Carcenet Cambrics,
Linens, Laoes, White Curtains. Ac., for sale eheap at
Sept. 1,1856. J. 1). MINCHELL A CO'tf.
om •*,
r~fr-
ready for the season a large stiKk of Tri a
minKG.-sU in Velvet—Plain and Shaded Col
ors and Black of all widths Plush Shaded. Moss
Fringe. M#ire Antique, Watered Ribbons, Colors and
Width Galloon* ui great variety Gimps. Braids Ac.
some in bright color-for children's dresses.
Sept. ID. dAw D. F0STKR.
sjEwx !~i*EwilT"i:wsll
^I^HREE days later from the Crimea. W» arc ju
I rii *i to stat, that LAXIIRS A IIAIOHERTV'B
new Bread Wagon is on the track, furmsing better
Bread. Cakes ami Crackers, and more fur $1, than
wa-ev'cr furnished for the same in Keokuk. If you
want any of the above articles, trv the RED WAOON.
Oct 10—d LAN DES A \UG ERTY.
AMI (KtMKKHt Hotlilu
JOt LD.- A LLL»oTT, Importers and Jot bers of
Earthenware. CUma aud G.assWare, No. 195
Par! str«"t, and No. rtl Cham^rs Str«. NVw York,
would say to Merchants and deabrs n. rally that,
having estatiiished a Cosh House in this branch of
trade, th-y are fully convinced that they nr •ell
Grwekery, etc., at such pries as will pay the pu. I'
er a fitu profit to retail. Exp -rieiicw ha- prev^u v
conclusively to us that, ijy adb.ring «trict!y to
cash syst.-m. w, can afford to sill frt t. n to twenty
(s i cent, low th- gular credit trad.- [irices.
lB«-
To this end wi ask an examination of our styles
and prices, a lis* of which will be forwarded te mail
to nnv party sirinr.
Earth-nware, by the Invoice, single package, or
very carefully repack*! for the country trade,
i Jti.y 27. IS., '».—illy.
IPARTK I LAR ATTEKTIOK PAl'llTF#
I BOOriKG.
MR.
L,
EDITOR—Sir I see in vour paper that aoer
tain gentleman in the st .ve trade has arrived
in ibis citv and brought his inechnt.ics from the east,
purjsirtii,/ »o be far ahead of our Western mechanics.
Now 1 would say tiiat th-' pr of the piiddmg is sd*
ways in chewing the string. I would mv itt yoa to
look s 'liie roofing that has been done by oneof our
Western mtichanics, and decide for yourself. A spe
cimen can be seen at tbe new building of Col. Perry
on Main sUMt.bottrooaSth and tnh.
dtf FREDERICK

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