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IAVI A SOS'S
New Publication Lost.
fR
.-. A mi S. Stereos' Book, "The Old Homt
31 siea.(
"Almaek 's "aTale of English iwirtj. A really
delightful work, and one that will arouse the ouri
uaitj
uf
every on* that moves in the world of fashion
in thir country.
••Elite: or tbe Human Comedy. By Joan He
len Cook# With illustration#.
Rijiol4i'|rm! story
OF
LAND,
the Wrt,"OBB
IKM,
or "f»e Vizier'» laughter
Leslie's "Gazette of Fashion, the Be»« Monde
for Jfovem ber. nov3
Now Pspcr Haa|llfi.
MOLT?1iu
i n niio
no* and beautiful Paper Himg
eived, suitable for Parlors,
Drawing Rooms.
bui i
*,
1 tug just reoei
lialls, Chambers, Dining an
Paper hung in the moat sapertor manner. Orders
promptly es«e«t(l. J. T. CAVE A SON.
Maia*t.. bet. ad A 4th. octlfi d'.'tn.
«at Pakllskod.
FULL OF WISDOM AMI GKNl IN E WIT.
im
1SIK
THE
Work* of Charles l.amh, with Fi
rutin by iir XIIUMM Nuult lalfoaru
t»y nov25 CAVE
a I Mi-mo
For sale
4 SON.
fjillOMPsON "S Christian hois in. A prise of nine
JL thousand dollars wan awarded this essay. For
sale hy nov54 CAY'K A SON.
NTKRESTtNft A ImWfant.—Mexico and u«TU
A. Wilson. JFor sale by
CAVK A SOS,
I iigioo, hy-Roht.
novj4
THE
I•-must
Ull^-'lTy
b-it American Novel lor y
the A other "f "The B»*y Moments of an Idle
Woman." For sale by
n-vj-J CAVE A SOX.
fKLLK HA N i ,"or the Lost W of' The
•A ciqui*! *e love stories ever published. For
talc
LI? J^BII»24
CAVE A SON.
tt BOWKH
IIS of Blarney by Mack.tuie—a series
of Irish
Stone* umi Legend-. For -a.e by
ju t-i __ J. T. I-AVE A SON.
IcHARiriirRDlS— A tale of Alabama, fairly
illustrated bv W.Oillmort- Pimm?. For -ale by
oct G-d J. T. CAVE A SON.
/"Vl'Y RIVERS—A tale jf Georgia by W. Uill
Vj mare Simm*. For sale by
oct C-d J. T. CAVE A SON.
Z^tOHA and^he Doctor or revelations of a Physi
V_/ cian'a wife. For sale by
oct f—d J. T. CAVE A SON.
Labor and Gold or two years Victoria,
with visits to Sydney and Vaudeiman's Laud
bv Wm. Hewitt. For »ale bv
"oet tv-d J. *T. CAVE A SON.
HABITS
and Men with remnants of record touch
ing the maker* of both br Dr. Doran.
Oet 6.—d J. T. CAVE A SON.
I HE Favorite Authoress of the South.
A new Novel by the Author of "Alone"
The "Hidden Path," a novel by Marion Harland.
Those who have read it pronounce it superior te
"Alone." It i» amore finiahed product ion, yet re
taining all the paitfto and naturalnes* or the former
one. Fr sale hy CAVE A SON.
^|Vh.J£ UO'iE AN 1I STOKV—A narrative for
the young, on occasion of the Jubiiei- of the
British and Foreign Bible Society. For sale by
»ep 16 CAVE A SON.
\/rORNlNtTs WITH ESUS^'a "aeneV" of dev^
XvJ. tional readin(ip for the elo#ct and the family.
Can-fully prepared from notes of sermons preached
by the late Her. Win. lay, of Bath
rji]
For sale by aep 15 CAVB 4 SON.
rpHACKERAY'S New Work, "The KeweomeS,"
Memoirs of a most respectable family. For
aale by #ep2o CAVE SON.
THE
Ki*»e« of Joanna Secunuu* and Jean Bonne
fon» with a selection frou
For Sale by
Modfru Au'.hor".
eep20 CAVE tr SON.
PANAMA
In 1855.—An Aorountof the Panama
Railroad, of the Citie* of Panama and Aspin
wal, with Sketchee cf Life and Character on the lath
uiu, br Robert Tomee. For laie bv
•ep20J "('AVE 4* SON.
I.ADI*:*,
NOW
is the time for
yu
Stable,
feuMUUi Sable,
Queen Sable,
Stone Martin,
1W k Martin.
Mountain Martin,
Fitch,
Black and Blue Conev,
White Ermine.
i N u i i i v i u
kIRECT froai New York, the largeft and most
splendid wtock ,,f Liuiie?' Fancy Furs, Fancy
Robe*, Kur Oaon' I, tSwan Down Vieiormes and
Cuff» tieut'f Fur Muffler*. Fur Gloves, Ac..&o„ ever
biouzht t4, the We.-1. 1 thalJ ojfer Ortal lntlurfmriiti
to alfsp'io want anything in tht ubove tint, and will
•ell sets of Victorines ehcajw^r thuu the tame article
can be bought in St. Louis. All I a*k i* for you to
call and examine my ttw-k, vthioh is superior to any
thing in the We*t.
1
Lvli kv pietiae e^ill and kxk over my stoek. No
truuble to show gKod*. IV.n'l forget the place, but
call at the
NKW YOKK
A.
Evrouu
A. C. SHELDON.
Oct. 11/ S?»-d Main, corner Sil St.
ITS H4TNM MATS III
C. &HELD<»N i.- now rveei\iiig another large
•f Haiii, 'a)*and Fur.-, (Jloves, Mits,
and Uunts' Furnishing tiootls, of the lute^t winter
vl- s for 1S'»„. all of which will la .-old at a final 1
advance from Ea trm prices. Now is the time for
you to secure one of lhuso line soft French felts hats
»o much worn la the ea*t and west. Call and buy
yourself a nice, fashionable hat.
n'i forget th.
atv.
SLIELDUN
C'EN
A. C. SHELIK'N,
novia Main *t., cornet Third.
A 5HEL1XN'S you will tiud ttne Mtdefkin Hats,
i'v auft Case. BatK, black, brnwn. jvarl. Nankeen,
and every ether color that a
|hiOU
may want.
has just rrceiv«.i another opleudid stoek
vf Ladie?' Fur-. Laduc call ami look at them.
^*HEL1XN has a large st«n:k of collars. eiavKt.«,
O Uau tk rehuf» tit*, fine ahirts, ander sbirU,
draw, r.-, gh»v. s, Ac. novlU
A '1 SllELIX)N'S you will find FurUlov(«, Fur
Oauntietts, Buck Uloves, Mitts, Drn ing gloves.
Fancy Rob », Ac. novlU
^'1ELI»0N ha* ^.t the best stuck of Silk A St jteh
C? UinjliHtn mureilae, Can s.Caritel-Bagv, Leath
er hat I" •*. Ae., there is, in the west. Call and ex
am.
:e his »uek. noviy
jJ. f, I have ju«t reoeived another hue lot of
thi s.' large Bay State Traveling Shaw!*, just the
th.ngs for euid weather. Call and onv one.
n vin A. C. SHELDON.
MILITARY
Com pan tew ran be suppHed with mil-
ilary ha»#, cap?, or anything they may want in
the way uf military fo-iJ, if hey will leave their
oldens at the "New York llat More."
v
A. -lli i.!it)V,
IS Mam irn!, i-.-riier oj Third.
The "Gate City Hat Store"
IsKurwG,.jd»,
I in receipt ol a large stock of Uau.Cap*, nud
pureh*fed directly of the manuiwi
ture. and warranted in stvle and quality Ntf j,
Main Sirrtl & f. VOORHIlSS A 00.
t*ept. isSj.—d
A FULL asaortmentof Vietorines
expressly for the Lad ieS,
mi,teii«t. a. 1
Bc( -. t. d.
CI^NTLEMKN'S
(*(«al« a' GateCjiy Hat Btore.
s.
F.
vooiiHiKs
il
A i
6, 1855.—d
1
K
1
Drwoinr Cavitation and B. K. C*.
LID
THIS
A
BIFTMTUI ^T.
Qrrt'MWA. -'iTiihKPT.,
Company, ha* ing entered uf*n a vieoroiit
proieculion of th# Im|iroveui'i)t of the HiVtT,
with the vi.w "f bringing it into uw at the larlie.^t
poMiblf moiueut. ami b'ing desiru» of meeting, as
fai a* possible, the g«iieruli expr"*N«*l wistus ol the
pe«.pje of the Di-«Momet Valley, hereby give n«tie«'
that th«*ii l^tiol oftu'*- will U: iifM'iitfil, at tbi* pla'v.
at ac carlv .i dav they can procure the xninina
ti 'ii" roiuiaite fur affixing a valuntioa O^ n them.
In the meantime, applications will be receiml at
thi.« iffioe, from port 's# desiring in pmrcli:i. which
Will emit lh. in to n prt-f'-i«»nee at tli otnI'iinv V
valuation, -.n th*. oider wl iu reetiptoi the»r appli
ciitiont. Apj.luationt fhould Ije made in the form
appended her. to. uflfl"saekn Hie
fenn- ol sale will lie, for Prairie ]an'l, ten P«'r o put k i.-old
«cnt. ol the pureha^e money down, and ten pereent. j0(fkegi nail
per year thereafter, with M-mi-annual interest at the -,y Jx,x,.hgoap.
rate of eight eent. per year, on all .»uum unpaid, ,j()
The Land» now offered extend up the Dee Moine*
River
AT-
far
A*
Section
25,
Towwhip
Lot 12 hi Block 3 is Keokuk.
io is
120
and the whole of 121
Iots C'» and 193 in Nashville, and the S E i of N
W i of N E 26— —-5 110 acres) in dispute.
For the whole ol which 1 will take txrrnly-tvo
thouiand dollars, one-third in hand, and the balance
in unii, two, three, and four annual payments, with
interest at 10 per eent. lroin date, to he paid nnnu
ally, and secured hy deed of trust until all i.' paid.
Any person wishiug for particular information a
to location or quality of the lands uia) apply to H.
T. Reid, Esq., or his Honor the -Mayor ot the city ,,f
Keokuk. WM. *«ILLISS. i
July 25,185:-.
G. M. HUSTON,
Wfctftleaale Dealer In
A l^ARtiE and fine lot of Mid Gloves of every
grade, at sep2l HI"STON'S.
(I
LD
and eommou Jewelry, and Wold anil silver
watches, nt sej.21 HUSTON'S.
l^VEKY variety of gHids comprised in tue Not'ou„
-i and Fancy (ioods line at Huston's at prieei that
cannot fail to induce purchases and
.bent-lit 'he buy
er. Call at No. 0-1, and examine for yourselves.
F1NE Buggy Portable Top lor sale enquire of
eel-21 G. M. Jll'R'oN.
No. '.u, Main street.
VTLinens,
M.
llu.iton's will be found the lmgest lot id Iris!
LaeeS, Edgings, and every variety o
White goods, at prices that cannot W beat in eny
Western inorkeU si:p20
A ndles.- variety of Silk and Liuen Pocket hand
-1 kerchiefs and cravat* at sep20 HUSTON'S.
TJJLE
best nsisortment of Lace
Trimmings ui scp'.'O
Keokuk,Sept. 10. dAw
Aug. 2^, 1855.—dAw
A CX.
Mat Ktore.w
,-!ir.fally
e«i«cted assortment of
the latest style of fne Hats and Cap
for ttie city tr«k. fc. VOORHI^i:
ecpt.
i. Oltl.UTOI*
LI PS a #tjc-k of
i4
1--OIUA,
Ly
Ur^erLcs, a variety of
ya, and an ae^rm, nt „i Musical Initru
rneri!., fy ou MUm Street, fs^-ond and
Third
Mai oh 3lt, 18^3.
Freab Arrlral*
the Nimble Six,*-,, *.
JUH
,ri,m the Auction
a laige of (^,tne
AND S«M*
A. lONNAICt
I pon Timber Land one fourth d-.»n, :ind th- hal- d0
anee in nine et{uu 1 annual in»talin..nt«. with inter
e^t at* aH»vi. 1'iiymonta cun be made in ea'h, or in
bill? of liiuik- in'the State of New York, or in the
bond^ t.f thii* Company at par.
In the sale tiies. Land preference will be given
to actual tfett lert-, and uiu.ual ltaproveaaenis will
b.' retjuirtd to be made.
^2,
Range
Oive here the l' -st Office address
DEMOINE N. A R. CO'Y.,
OTTCMWA,R.
IOWA
2V
Went P. M.
Plats of the Land* can he seen at thi« offiee,:
where any information can be bad by application,
in perxon or by mail.
Ferni at
iEPARTMEETAppltcatian.anddatf.}
I hereby apply to purchase
the of section Township Rang'
West P. M., and offer te give for the iatne dol
lar* per acre.
[Here sign name plainly.]
Sept 28.1855—SmdA w
Ijatide nn4 i'lty Lett for SalV.
HAat
O|1OII«RM4
ianry Dry t-oodii,
Y I
MAIN
MHHT,
KKOKCK. IOWA.
A new stix'k auil the largest and best nssorted ever
offeretl in the market. Our stock is purchased direct
from manufacturers and importers, and we pledge
ourselves to sell at i»rre«-s as low, for cash or to good i
time buyers, a* St. Louis or any other weetern mar
ket.
Merchant* will find it to their advantage to call
and examine our goodiand prices before bnyingelse
where. We will consider it no trouble toshow them
through our Mock.—dAw
JlMitts,
4 I N E
1
V Sep 21
to call and ecnrc one of
th««e splendid sets cf Vietorince. I have them
ranging in price* from $1 to $100 per sett. Among
my assortment may be found the following:
P"st, Fancv and Commercial Note Paper. Plain
and laid Buff, H'hite and Fancy Colored Enveloiies, at
"""TON'S.
*ep20 IIl'S
("iieral
VNufacturer'sslock
ext
F'ur UauntleU.
Ladle* oall and exam'ne them. No troublo to
•how them to persons wanting the above gtiods. Call
at the
NKW VOBK STOKI..
Oct 11—d Mn in. eorn-T Sd at.
UMve of Whips aud La-her- at man
prices at sep21 lir.STV'N 'S.
TM1IE largest and beat assorted stock of Embroidc
-1 r\ in the city at
f|MlK Finest a-.-ortiu'iit c,f Ribbons ever offered in
.1 tin inwrkit. at sep2l HI-STON'S.
C'
1LJCKS
A. C. SHELDON,
enough to.MuupIy the market, of every
variety of pattern, Jerome'* make, warranted,
and at inanufauutrer's prices, at
#eP21
ri!s and Dre-v
ill'SI«.»N'S
Autumn Stock:
n. i o s i.
HAS
now ojjcn a fiii' st H'koi French and Amer
ican Printed and I'IHIII DeLaine?: Plain and
Plaid ei'inoes Co burgs, Hijack and t'olor^i Mo
hair, DeRasres. ie., to which he invites the atten
tion of the Ladies, assuring them that the style and
quality are auxurjiaagcd. and prices low as the same
goods can be sold in theeoontry.
u
ce i v i
WEVelvet,
DRF^SS
P.A1DS.—Those
MESSRS.
YY^'l'L D4-LAfNRS.^—Every variety of plain and
figured Wool DeLaiue*. just received at
s.*p27dAw WOODWARD A OO'B.
READY
1B55
Cnffs and Fur*
ju-i i ceoived at the
Oate ity Hat Store, No. 74, Main Street
Si'pt. 6, Isii--d S, F. YOORlil&S A CO.
a s o e
U sikiii^ Canes and
V^jHHIES A CO.
"At tbe C'Hy
AFlNEi-itofVale
(•entleut'iis
ollars, Glore«,Gmy*U Fur
MADECGSTHIN'U'.-EVCrything
sep27dp
OKO. BMYTH.
COW
ABLE. SMYTH & CO.,
Htllr
HiuokiBg'Hi pimento,
jO regaiiaand prineipe 2 bales cloven,
cigari*, 1 case nutmegs,
3ft boxes ('aba iixes, 30 boxen ground ginger,
300 bu prune 1. Ajiples, 2j do* yeast powders,
600 bu prime 1* Peaches, .'10 bbls diff. kinds nuts,
100 pngK calerutu bbls, M) bushels fre»h pea But*,
boxes, keg.-, .'0 bales cotton batting,
••la, 1U eiiiiillc \M k,
raj.ti ng paper. «.» bags cotton yarn,
100 ream:' let. A cap do 3D eoloreil and white
50 pkgs 1 2 A mackerel earpet chain,
5 drum eodfi-ii.
24 kegn S C
30# bClrt wr
50 bxs sinokrd Herring,
c5 |tar,iitlci)
10 tierces rice,
25 bbls tar,
20 -pitch nml rosin,
53 bxs At i,sin«,
J0
VINO been requested by sundry persons and
sundry times to name the prie« 1 would
take for my lands and lots in Iowa, I take this op- _____
portunily to inform the public in general of the 25 boxes tuua.ard,
prioes 1 w ill now take for the same. A lint is here- 16 t-orn tareh,
ntito annexed:
E i of section 8, townahip 65, range 5
K W i 9,
§i ir,
gfejj 18,
hf and qriix- do
1 CB.HC
QF
iu thi*
lin can he had at the lowest fijjun-s at
YVoODWAliD a CO'S.
rALL STYLES. 1355.
Trim I a i i a syilTM,
i k
KOYYETS,
IMPORTERS
Embroideries, ie.
Carpets & OilCloths!
t. nt itki i
I r.
II
Iowa
exprt-asly
A 11
A CO., SS .Tin in Street.
i 1 u i s t- a .-
a oi urjwi* ana uu i lotus ever brought to
:i pr,
bo
and hat ing been bought before the recent advance,
we will sell them at 'preMtit wholesale eastern pri
ces.
Wc would respectfully invite those who are fnr
nkhing their houses, to an examination of these
Carpets and Oil Cloth.*, feeling ai:.-fied that the
qualities, styles, and prices, *ic sueh toat they can
not faii to plca*e all who mav favor us with ii call.
August 16, 1555. dAw tf
what
A
FULL assortment of Ladies' Kid, Silk and Lisle T)UCK WlfEAT FLOUR
Glove,, at) colors, very cheat* at I L)tw had at
i Sept. 1,1*65
SO bale* wrapping twine,
:i0 boxes St. Louis starch,
20 starch,
,'di dot Thomas' Oysters,
100 boxes candy,
200 kcg« ritle and miBiiig
powder,
190 do?, wood bucket*,
20,000 feet fuse,
20 eases lb and hf lb can
ister powder,
pruuef-, in boxes,
10 boxe.- eitrcn,
»00 druiu Bg".
25 bi.l
Dayton ale, fre«h 100 boxes matches.
50 boxes ink.,
100 bng* shot, all#i7es,
2 tons bar lead,
200 MUD caps,
100 water proof do
HO do* broom
500 lbs broom twine,
26 boxes axes.
75 bbl* cracker*.
Tennessee Iron.
"ily"E are n-w »-e..-ei mg. in additi n to our pre«
VV entotokd Iron and Black--unth Tool*, di
rect ly from the liiunulaeturers, 50 ton* as-iTIed .d
cea Bar Iron, on whieb we will be able to give our
customers the benefit of the recent decline in the
market also 150 ,-lub.i assorted sires Plow Steel, to
which the attention of dealers and blacksmiths is
directed. Fc-ling desirous of enlarging tin- branch
of our business, we are prepared to offer- the ueces
tary inducement* to custom* rs to accouipiiah the
same. dAw CONN A ISLE. SMYTH A CO.
%i:w rmn.
And Kew Grocery A Provlslen Store.
f|MIK under-igned have opened the largest and
J. best selected .-lock of (iroe- iieH and Provision*
I© be found in the city, at No. O&.lohnson street, be
tween 2d and /..I, and are determined to sell on the
most reasonable rins.
•epK! Kl'HN A DODSON.
FRESH
PI
S 1 Received—A large stock of Buck Glove* and I Tobatwo to he had ia the city
at
»ep20 HTSTtSS.
•ek of pocket Cutlery "for -.ale l«,w at
20 11 CSTON'S.
HEAVY stock of Cap,Letter, Ladies Bath. Bath
s
assortment of tierman silver and dou­
ble plated ware, all warrant«xl and at manufac
turer's jiriees, at *ep20 lll STON'S.
BC i i'ER.—-just receivod. a Supply of 11^
limns Uultur.
EGGS
U
sep 15 Kl'HN A DODSON.
ilwav- can be found at
KUHN A DODSON.
Sep 1.
Psept
1AT0ES—Just
tI
received from the country, at
15 KL'HN A DODSON.
^OLDEN 8YR0P, of tliefest quality can bo had
at P15_ Kl'HN A" DODSON.
RE CIDER VINEGAR can be had at
*epir. Kl'HN A DODSON.
No 78, Johnson street, can he found the best
i
WHITE
•p21 III STON'S.
HUSTON'S
CREIGHTON & onMER'S
Confectionary and Icc Cream Saloon.
June 12,
1d
yitiMical Inntrnmenli.
^UCH AS uiitars, Violin*, Banjos, Accordeons,
O Flutes, Fif -s. Piceloe-, Clarionets, ic. Also,
Bows, Strings, and ail trimmings to the Violin and
Guitar, can beiiad at
octiWd CREIGHTON A OIIMER'S.
Johusou street, Keokuk.
*«:w oVSTI:K"I»I I»OT."
THE
under: igmd ure ro-.'ivin daily, by expre*s,
fresh Bilt:eore 'voters, which we offer to the
lish rititens of Ke-.kuk and vieiuity by the can or doccn.
We have al-o fitted up u Salo'.ti, where we can ac
oowtu'slaf*- 4,adics ns well as Uentlemen with a good
plate of fre-h v-ten:.
all
Jt
also a large a#
S|) lea.
•d •'iii Fall y i-* of Ladies'
have jui
Cioili, and Suk Oloak^, Talma's and
Visettrs nls
»ep27tlAw
of Brow ha and Plaid Shawls
WOOL-WARD A CO.
TRIMMINGS.—The Ladies can be luited
in this line at
*cp27dAw
WOODWARD A CO'S.
beautiful Scotch and Tartan
l':atds, every variety can be found nt
*ep27dAw WOODWARD A CO'S.
Please inform the
... .. ick of em­
EDITORS
that we have received the largest stock of
broideries, Collar* from 5 cent* to $7.00 Mait*se,
Black ."-ilk Bui-.-, 1.- and real thread Laoes luice,.1
ac
oiitH and .-iWj*» C^llaxs Corsets, Ribbons,Moire An
tique aud Ribhon Trimmings, Ac.. Ac.
11. D. WOODWARD A CO.
CBEIGHTON &0HMER,
Oct 3 -d Johnston Street.
VUIU,
VARE8
je 12—dtf
i an be had at
CUEIGHTON A OHMEJt'8,
Johnson Street,
tnur) (anaie*.
UST received the largest uml bt-jtt assortment of
fancy Candies ever before ol'ered in Keokuk
rtuiciit of Fruits. Nuts, Ac., at
CREIGHTON A ollMER'S, i
i April 30, 1^55.—-dtl. Johnson Street. I
iiiVk«7in'/b.,
s k n E N I S
City of Keokuk, Lwa,—(tftice on Mam St., betWOBB
Second and Third Street.-.
the usual
ficialteeth
DR.
11., in addition to
methods c-i insert ing arliui-iai n-em.*
is in possession of the exclusive right
for this city ol nguiiting the "continu
ous gum "teeth." s» universally admired for their
beauty, strength and chanliu *si. Aft^ran cxperi-
respectfully invited to call and examine specimen* of pit.tur«.g pm
Ht nov 41,.
e n a S u e y
DR.
R. S. ItARlSER wuuld respectful:
inform his patrons and the public gi
rally, that be has removed his office to 1
New Brick building on the west *ide ilnid nuevi,
lietweeli Main and Johnson, where he has secured a
hautlsome suit 4 i-t«uis, anil ha* sjiared neither pains
exp-itse to miike tbelli elegant Ulld coillfortnbl
thesanii'. All o(erations warranted,
Keokuk,O 12—d
tr\TAi. voTiii:.
DR.
and Wholesale Ikeabrs in Ribbons,
ilk Millinery, Flowers, Trimmings. Lace Uoods,
-V" \ttun Street, Smnt Louis, Mutaun,
August 21, ls:). .—ttiniAw
J. K. RICKEY, Surjieun Diut
ist, having return ed from the East
i will be happy to wait on lu.s lruiuls.
Having a large stock of Teeth, from
thebest manufactories, can please the most fast
•ius. Teeth iiioiiiit'-d on either gold or platiua. on
i his new unproved method, which in r.ow bung used
by the lest Dtiitmts. He is al-o prepared to mount
llloek Teeth, or CoiitiuunusGums, on gold orplatina
when on the latter, at a lower price amounting to
thrift en nee in cost of material full sets on gold
l'or $100, on
PI.ATI*A
SOUTH
NCHELL CO'S. cot
19
evMBUt. ODI-.lil. St WlATl.f.SS.
AN
Wheleaale Krerrri^ Boots ana fenoes.
Dealer# inTerinvscee Iroa. anl ForwardinKainlCoBI-j I V eoiirlant arrival* our i*tek Kstt'Tn Work
uifKion Merehants. No*. 7 and .S, L«'\ee, vv 111 le the fin--*t and largest iver t.flert-d
A RE now receiving the l'tdluwing, oollipleting in Keokuk. They are neleeteii with special teferene'
/\.their Snrintr «toek, which they offer to tie trade
their Spring stock, whi-h they
at Ten low mte*. They will d» justice to any #r
e K e v a v o a o e w i
10« hhds N O Stigar. .' neste tub.«,
jO bbls lleleb. V elfd, 10 do* tar bucket*,
f5 loaf ond eruched, .'0 do* r-ine wiuhboards.
100 8 II Mtd i*se«, 20 boxen clothe* pint,
aO Plantflton 100 eoili in an ilia rope,
jU Beleh rSlI and 2.: inte
ff' rnp.
leu sirup. i dole hemp anl grass oea finct niaterials. now lnanulmtured at our entahlish
'i0 pk(- hi i A kgs do coni«, inent, which in jsiint ol ijuality and durability we
will warrant to IK- equal to any in the west.
W i A I
•flee, 300 bote# window glaw,
Java do asnt hir.es and lrand«
n^s't »l»e^ 50 boxe* tumbler*,
50 bxs pt, hf pt A i|! flasks
,!lin(ijMf
a||
•r» ceroonn A 2easen indigo
1 ca.nk jiritne madder,
75 hf chest* tea^, HWt, 5 bids alum,
50 boxes do 10 copj»era«,
100 1)\j- ehewiiig tobacco, 15 sacks pepper,
various hraiid*, a spice,
k% bo.ve." cut chewing and 60 boxe- gro. pepper and
A lHtl»S(»N.
15 KUHN
AILS.—A full assortment at
sep 15 Kl'HN A DODSON
SPRING CHICKEN'S can*be bad at
*ep27 KI HN A DODSON"8.
Salmon.
uon *n be had at
KI HN A DODSON
PRIME el tiek of &ti
j\- novV
FISH, of the l*-st quality, can be had at
No. 7S,.fohnson *treet.
KI HN A DODSON.
KKIXll (A\D1I.
J•largereceived
UST by Express from New Y'ork city a
a«*ori men* of French ('audi".-. such as
Ice Cream Drop*, assorted flavors,
Sherry do do do
Gum do do do
Cordial do do do
Metropolian Loienges, Conversation Loienge*,
Paiutilliem, Ac., At!., at
Arrr«KRH AMD ukalkks
to the wants ol the retail trade, and will comprise
every \ariety imaginable. 1 ho prioes will lit- such
a.i will fonvinee every one that We linv. fully adopt
ed the motfci ol "Quiek Sales and Small Profit*."
N. 15. The minmer iioodjs now on hand will be
closed out
AT COST.
Boot and Shoe Manufactory.
To the Ladie* we would sav, call in and see oui
of Boot, ec, Buskini-. and Slips, of the
t.J elegant stv j.-s of
Gentlemen will find it to th- ir iuterest to call and
examine oui st'n k of custom uiadc wtvrk, ol which
Wu
quantity will always l»e kept on hand, and
u(. |)C-t material.-, and employ none
lis We use only
but the best workmen, they may rest assured of a
good article, guaranteed to fit in all i A.ses
id our own manufaotnre war-
N. B. All artiel
ranted.
Sip of the Mammoth Shoe, corner building, Main
and Third Streets.
August ol, l^55,~
ExceUlor Boot A Mioe lianutaeterf,
Tllli LATKST I RKM li AM' AMEItlCAN 1 -VSHUI.VH.
HAKMISAt O.,
HAVINtiJ.T.Thirdstreet.letween
just opem-'l a ,-liop. in I heir
business, on Mi
atui Johnson, Keokuk,
IO*K,
ffe
re»peetfu
announce that they are prepared to mano
faclure the 'iieaXeiit 'iHitliRm faghioutrble lloot* and
Shoes that can he got up.
Determined not to be excelled by any manufac
turers in the West they solicit a share of publia pat
ronage.
As we purchase direct from the importers, eur
stock is always of the latest fashion and best quali
ty. and at the lowest figures.
A* we keep no Eastern or slop work on hand, we
warrant all our ready made Boots and Shoes of the
same character as tin,so made to order.
('all and leave your orders for a ,good fit. War
ranted to nuit in every particular.
Repairing in the neatest and moat lubstas
tial manner done 011 short notice.
J. T. HARM? *00.
July 21, 1A55. v
1*811 Trade.
tialr it) Boot aad Shoe Store.
No. ll'i Main Street, h'-tiveen Foutth i.o-l Fifth.
[1 HE uuderaigued would respectfully call
the ntti ntion of the Ladie* and lieut
men of Keokuk aud vicinity, to their fine mid
well selected 1-t'H'k of Bsitr and Shot
opened ami for sale at the above estublishuinil. i.uUi
prising all kinds of Ladies', (ients*. Miruies', B.,ys',
and Children'g wear, of all styles, grade* and .«ires.
These good? have lieen selected with -(K-i ial reierenee
to neatness of ,-tyle and durabilitv, aud will be s*M
at a very small advance ul«\e fcastern e»)st, as we
are determined not to bo undersold by any house in
the city. Please give us a call. An examination of
goods and prices is the only favor we a-k.
lS.'i.Vj—d H. 0. HCISKAMP A BRO.
Sept. 8.
Boou and Shoea ai Wholesale,
.WING op. ued a house in this city for the pur
pose of carrying on the whob .-ale B»»o! tod
aiiue business, we respcelfullv eali the at tent ion of
the trade to our large and well assorted stock,
which is now being received direct from the
II
ll.H, Main Street. Keokuk, Iowa.
Having located in this city we would ren|«eetfully
inform the merchants of the interior that we have
engaged in the above business, having all the facil
ities lor purchasing our stock directly of the manu
facturer,- at the lowest figures. It is our object and
determination to build up a large and permanent
trad** by keeping on hand a large nnd well assorted
stock making our prices
so low that noneean be less,
and term* and discounts as liberal as any other
house.
Wait' call and ev.uii'. «-k. seplftd w
Third Street
Wltoleaale Bool and Shoe Store.
HAY
ING now recvived iny Fall and Winter stock
of Boot* and Shoes, I am prepared to off-r »u
prior inducements to dealers. My stes-k being di
rect from first hands will be sold as low. if not a lit
tle low.-r, than any house in the city. I promise to
make it to the advantage of those desiring to pur
chase. to call on me before purchasing.
Remember, on Third Street, betwixn Main and
Johnson, a few doors south of Aycrs' Drug Store.
Sept. 8.—domwtf YY. F. THoMI'SON.
F.yilCKSO*'* A2HHBOTI PKS.
ff^HE sub«crib -r having obtain
J. ed the right of I»ie County .,
is now prepared to take these beau
tiful and never changing pictures!
on glass plates, at No. Third st.
between Slain and Johnson. The art lias very re
cently be*-ii brought to a very high degree of p-rfee
ticn, by Mr. Cuttine, the inventor, who has secured
a patent for fourteen yeaes, in France, Great Britain
and the United Stat* s. These pictures, so beautiful
in tone, bold and clear in effect, are universally ad
mired wherever they are exhibited, and are rapidly
taking the place of Daguerreotypes, which too often
prove e\ an- soeiit and changing in their characters.
The Aiubrwtype is taken upon the best plate glass:
an iiidestructabl.' cement ij 'h n put upn it, the ce
ment roon hardens, and tw .glasses become in effect
one. with the picture in the centre, aud may be set
in monuments, sent to sea, or otherwise exposed to
the weather in any climate, and will resist the action
of the elements ami retain its brilliancy for ages—
being as enduring as the glass ujion which it i» taken.
Ttie Atubrotyp-s are n it reverse!, but are seen in
the natural position of the sitter. Daguerreotypes
can be copied in this permanent style, and enlarged
to any size. Children can be taken in clear weather,
in two seconds.
5T-*!r*Dagucrreorype stock and apparatus for sale.
novS EM UK-' 'N Artist.
Skylight Dagaerrcan Gallery*
TW
E
-J Daguerrcun Ar
ist, would respectful
Iv announce to the ir
habitants of Keokuk
and vicinity, that he
is prepared to take like:
him a call, iti the most
large Skylight, the only
e(lIi hc t0
,„,jk
Oj|,or
vncouf tw tyuiiiM in tlii»style tjf work, ue would «n- the arr of over seven yours, lit* flatter*
heeitatingl v rtcomuieii*l it to the public as possessing that lie can suit the most fastidious. Pic
many and great advantages over any other style of i ture* and Draw ings copijd Landscapes and pie
work known to the profem.il,n. Those interestid are i
VND
TlMMikiul for |«ist favors, he solicits a cisntiauance of "'''y of Papier Mac-liie, Kossuth and Landscape
di
for $90. All work warranted.
Office on the south side of Biondeau, between and
4th stre-. ts. Keokuk.
March 27-—lly
rorS.leT*
HAL of the northeast quarter of section
18 in township t57. North of Rauge 19 West, in
Appauot^e county, Lwa. w. n Apply to
LLOYD D. fcilMPSON.
Oyer Post office, Keokuk. oct. I v dtf
'r«« SALE,
A HOUSE an*l Lot situnred on Johnston streat,
V.
between 11Ii aud 5th: le»t 1', in Hkck .'B, *treet
McAthimised and paveil. Gool title and terms easy.
Apply to REBECCA WATERS,
on the premises. n*v24d2w
A first rate article
&UJUT DODSON
Bl'ELL,
S U
A i E
dealer in evt
ry description el
Daguerrcoty pe (ioikb
has received this day
direct from the majn
faeturers a large
Cases, of all si»es and styl- s, which will be sold
cheaper than ever before offered in this market,
either to Artist* or filled with life-like miniatures.
Call and see them at tbe Sky-Light Rooms, 86
Main Street. August 16, 1855.
THL LUVKH'S S0LII,04«1'Y.
Go search the Indies' wave for pearl*,
To deck your high-born maiden
Or dig Goleotida's diamond sands,
With priceless treasure laden.
(Jo gather Myrrh and Frankincense
And sweet Arabian spices,
And cluster round your "heart'* delight"
Love's wildest of devices—
I'll give tu her whom I adore,
By far an off'ririg richer—
Mv face, all dressed in lover'* smile*,
In Buell's fair Skylight Picture.
BI KI.I.'S
prut*
PRIN( IPLC) NO Fomos
Rhodes' Fever and Ague Cure.
OKtion
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA, tor the pr- vei. -1
and cure of Fev and Ague, or Chill Fever
Dumb Ague, and other Intermittent and Remitt* nt
Fev, 1 also id Bilious Fever«. ns-onij»nied by
Tvidioid Svmptoms Typhoid Fever, Yellow Fever,
Ship and Jail v.-t. (Imieral Debilitv, Night Sw *at«,
and all other I or in.- of di^a- which have a eomniori
Origin in Malaria or Mlattmn-
This "ubtle uim.K-pheric l«'i»on, whwh at certain!
seasons is unnvoidublv inhaled at evwry breath, is
the same in character whercvi-r it wi t* north,south,
east or west—and will every where yield to tins new-1
Iv discovered ANTIUOTK, which n* utrnlires the |BII«OU,
comple.tf'ly purifies the system, and thns entirely re
moven all the cause of dweaee.
The pro (trie lor distinctly claim- these extraordina
ry results ft' in it
It will protect anv resident or traveller
the moiil sickly or swampy localities, from any ague
or bilious dinease what -ver, or any injury fri'Uieon
stantlv inhaling Malaria or Mia-mn.
It will instantly chock the ague in per*on* who
h»v, .suffered for any length of time, from one day to
twenty wars, so thut they need never have another
chill, by continuing it* use ucconiing to direction*
It will immediately relieve all the distressing
suit- of biltotts or ague discaacs, ouch ae general de
bilitv, night sweats, etc. The patient at once begum
to recover appetite and strength, and continues until
a permanent nml radical cure is effected. Anil a*
ornof hat it is also worthy of miblo-cotifi'l-nce. b.-
impervious
may j.-ive
perteel manner, having a
light by which a blue
ttI1d ar
ture!( tjie or
Un
thediU rent method- of mounting teeth. of the weather, and satisfaction in all cas«. s guaran
April ltl,ls.i.*—U-w|-
1
^uja-rior to all
liglits for Daguerreotyping also, having an
jL.Ceased taken at short notice,
in eve-rv variety of style, regardless
teed.
June M, 1855.—dtf
I.. W.
Gallery, Nfi Main Street,
Dtsiolntlau of Partnership.
'f^HK copartnership heretofore existing between
Taylor A McK'*c, in the Plow and Wagon busi
ne**-. is this day dissolved by mutual consent. All
debt- due the concern to be paid by the said Taylor,
who is alone authorised to eollcct the debts due tbe
old firia. BAWKIN.** TAYLOR,
oct2!» dtf W.M.MeKEE.
Kadi,
Wcorrode.I.lffbtninir
ITH Point-, and Fixtures, w
arr
an
tad Bot to
For sale bv
J. H. fJULLIVAN A CO.,
Je)jr 17,1856.-4 110 Main,
Street, Keokuk.
Hire narmle*«ie-s, the fol-
euuse its singulur and cnt
i wing certiflcatr from om n| the rnoet lebrat,d
eiu-mistr Ui th* Lmud iuu- i-. attached to very
ixrl tU'
V'V.M',
V/.uw tmin 14 Hi-tA
son or swiitnpv the liK-ality.
Proofs of efficacy an* frequently publishetl, and the
flonfidemv of the public is asked only in proportion
to its actual merits when v introduced and u»e,|.
Th"-a only are relied upon to pro v.- its Worth.
'ine or two Itottle* will answer for ordiuaiy eawe*
gouu- may rquire niov Directions printed in Ger
in uu. French and Spanish, ao-«mpany a. b-»tfe. 1
IIKS.
equally cfliem
IK-SI
manufactories in Massachusetts. Il is our intention
to always keep on hand a complete assortment of
goods in the line, and offer such inducement* «a will
obtain for us a liberal share of patronage.
Country merchants will do well to' eali and exam
ine our stock before they purchase.
July 7.—d CARTER A CO.
DAVIKS A IRT.
WHOLESALE
Dealers in H„,ts and Shoe*, No.
I he pri
Price hv Dollar. Pn*parc«l an«l sold by the
JAMES A. lUl"DE.'s. Pp viden
,3?irH. II. A\
R. 1.
Agent. Keokuk, low*, and for
lie by Druc^i-t-. g- uerailv. liov3aiAw
A lexauder'a Pela«lr«».
THE GBE.\T AMERICAN 11A IK T«)NT1C.
*•1 ril \T is more desirable by the young than the
W luxuriant locks of youth arid beauty? What
i* more dreaded by the nmUlle-agi-d than gray hairs?
Who that is old but would avert baldi!*"»'! which
can all U- aeeomplishei by u-ing Alexander's IV
lamieus: so universally knowledge*! te.ln- the most
»U|H*rior article for beautifying the Hair, and which
is
ioiis in preset ving
For sale at
it-
s
natural health.
1 Mam Street, bv
.l„,,e .—dii J. D. INCH ELL A CO.
«•. \V. Xiinder*.
FURNITURE WARE-ROOMS,
Ma n Street, bet. 3rd A 4th St-.. KE'Kl K. I'iW A.
rjTHE undersigned has now it: hi
JL Wure-Rooms, and designs keej
ing 'onstanlly on baud a well si
lected assortment of all kinds of Furvifure. mbr::
i n a e o e s .- u i a n a i n I o .- n i n e
ami plain Sofas fine and plain Center and nrd
Tables: Cane seat aud Windsor Chairs, Rocking
Chairs of every description from a plain wixwlen
seat, t* the finest hair cloth stuflid seat plain and
fancy turned Cottage Bedsteads of the lateM styles
Lounges, Ac.
Looking Glasses of all si*es Cloekn, Carpeting*,
floor and door mattings, floor and table oi 1 cloths,
mattrasses, feather dusters, carriage trimmings,
window shades and trimmings, and evefy other arti- ^ean Province
ele usually kept in my line of business.
Part of my stock was made under uiy own super
vision, aud the rest lought from manufactories of
high standing, so thai lean warrant even nrtiele i
for durability ami finish of workmanship.
May 31, 1851.—ilAwtf G. W. JbANDFH-i
3. W. JOM*«T«*,
UNDERTAKER.
My object is to establish a jK-rmanent business
here, and not on the Peter Funk principle aad as i
Mi inducement to persons to purchase of me, 1 am who are u.mpeteni to judge o.i
resolved to sell at the lowest Kt. Louis prices. nibjeet frwly acki.ow l^lg. tb_ ir e-nvieti.,t\ .l
('all and examine my stock before purchasing
elsewhere. 1 will always take pi asure in showing
furniture to Ladies and Gentlemen who call on me,
wiiciher thev fe»'l inclined to buv or ii'it.
Comei- ol Johns ami
Thin.1 Streets.
Carries on the business of Undertaking in all it*
brunches. He has recently made extensive addition*
to hi-1 -tek and js.rfected his arrangement^ ii, tvtry
dciartment.
PATENT METALLIC BURIAL CASKS,
tn air and indestructible, highly orna
nieuU'd and invaluable for the preservation of the
.hud, as well as coffins of every style aud fiuish fur
n.sbiti to order.
Hearses and carriage- furnished, and the entire ar-
BI.AC KsniTHDNU,
WILLIAM
cheap manner.
HORSE SHOETNO.
cannot be excelled bv any one in the countrv. He
particularly solicits patronage in this line.
He al-o offers hi* arrviee- u* Farrier in all its
branche-.
May 2rt, 1855.|^ dAwly
KKOKI KVGXALE *B»HWr4itV.
E W i n e e o 5 6 w i o i u i n e u e o n
Monday, Nov. ltfth. Th Alvane-*l 1 t- purtment
continues under the charge of Miss Mary S. Haft,
the Primary of Mis' Julia Benedict, and the Depart
ment ol Mullc and French of Mrs. Williams.
Tuitiou f-es as formerly.
Primary Detriment, $ 5 00
Advanced, 6 00
Uu. I, Ink. Care of Room*, AK*., 50
Ltiioui on Piano Forte, 10 00
Competition challenged GEOK0E CABU8. i
August 23, 1855.-—lydAwftm
wn. MA**ft:us.
DYER
AND SCOUREK. On fifth street, one i
disn- below Main, where he will renovate and
mak. t- appear as new, all kitidsof Ladies'and Gen
tlemen's apparel, such as crape, broscha, ea-isimere
and woolen shawls, cashmere, silk and merino dress-
AIW'f GOODS.
JUST
received an elegant assortment of fine Go*id,
sueh as French China Vases, Paiian aud Terra
Gotta, Ac.. Pitchers, Lavender ami Cologne Bottles,
Ffcuit Stands. Card Receivers, Cigar Stands, Jewel
SUui.ls, Spoou Goblets, Figures, Cupids, Busts, Ac.
Also oil hand a g'sxi assortment of Crockery and
Glassware. CAREY A KlLBOUgfcB.
•June Ks, 1855.
HemeveA tram Concert Hull.
Lat
E. II. lWtl'HTON'. Attorney and Counsellor
Law, Notary Public, Land aud general col
lecting Agent. Ofhee iu the Real Estate Agency and
wholesale Auction House of Smith A Y'an Sieklen,
on td street between Main and Johnson, Keokuk,
Iowa. Is its of Lots and Farms for sale, on reasona
ble terms. [oct. l»-d
FRESH BALTIMORE OYSTERS
WHOLE CANS, $| 50 HALF CANS, 75 cts.
KAKTLKTT A MANCOURT,
OtfM Agcnu, No. V0, MaiMl.
rangemeiits of the funeral attended to when required. C. Is ib Montrose, H. Singer and bv all druggists
Kekuk, April 12, 1«55. dy every where. jan. Udbm.
til'.AHAM, on Third, between John­
son and Exchange Street- at he Brick Shop,
would inform the pub ic that he is prepared to ao
all kiudsof
BLACKSMITBIXC
in a neat, durable, and
Bring on yonr lame horse* and have them shod g|».M|er». bighcad.»ween.-y. splint, sprains, pul I evil
right. From his long and constant practice in thi* »iiff cimplaint. yellow water, distemiM-r. ring bone,
branch of the bu»iuc»s he flatters himself that he
Guitar, 8 00
F'reneh and La'in Language*, 00
WM. H. WILLIAMS, Principal.
Keokuk, Nov. llith, 1«55.
L^OR Sale on advantageous and easy terms, four
teen desirable lots in this city, also ten lots ad
joining the city. Apply to the above.
novl4d4wl0tw
Shaving A Hair Cutting Extnt«Vtl
SHAMPOONING
a
AGREEABLY PERFORMED.
The favorite Saloon of ieo*gc Cabus, on Main
Street, below Parxius'e Hank, presents mw attrac
tions to the citizens of Keokuk. Having obtained
aasisUuits in my business supeiior to any ever liefore
employed in this city, I invite the patronage of the
community, as 1 am .satisfied that 1 can shave clean- Sold, wholesale ami retail. bvH.H. AYF.RS, Drag
er, cut hair more handsomely, and shnmpoon with gist, corner..f Main and Tbiid'-treets. Kckuk. Iowe
more dexterity than any burlier in the State of Iowa.
es, rugs, pianoand table covers, window and damask tor and in\-utor ha.-, among thousands of others, cer
curtains. A
Ail of the above, and every other article of cloth
ing colored in any of the fancy or plain color*. 1
hope by close attention and a knowledge of uiy bus
iness, to give general satisfaction.
nov 28dAwfim WM. MANNERS.
IYER'S PILLS.
A If HE
1
Ae«re
NEW and siiiKiilai i -UeeeM- fill remedy f'* the
of all biilour U asc»-, .*uveiiMie, imligw1
tion, jaundice, drop-y. rheumatism. v. r- gotit, hu
i mors, nervou-ness, irritability, iiitiamniutioiis. bead
I ache. }ains in tlie la'east, side, l«t k. anl liui'^ f«-
even in male complaints, Jte., Ac. Indeed, veiy w are the
diseases in which a purgative medicine is not mon*
or less required, and much sickness and suffering
might be pi.'veiued, if a harmless but effectual ca
thartic Were more frequently us* No iHimn can
feel well while a octive habit of body prevails be
sides it soon generates periou* and often fatal diaeaMS
which might hiiveK-cri avoided b\ the timely and
jndieious u«e a good purgative. Thi.. i- alike true
of adds, leveii»h symptom.-, an.l blli-.u-•h*»ange
iiieiiIs. Th'
V
all tend t" bee. m. or pr due th*' deep
seatisl mi Tinidable dit mj«'rs whi. load the
hearse* nil over the land. Il-n» a reliable family
jili VPie is of tb. tir-t iui|»'rtane« to the pub
lie health,
anil thi* pill has IH-*U j-rteci"d with eon-ummate
skill to meet that demand. AnexUnsiv trial of its
virtu** by physician", |m sswrs and jiutients has
shown r. »ults surjuoisiiig any thing hitherto known
i of any medicine. Cures have been effected iwyoml
Xbbott Jjawrewe, Minister Plen. to England
iJohn Fiupatiiek.Catholic Bishop of Bt»t»n alio,
h. J. R. Chilton, Practical Chemi't of New York
City. n*l*m.d I v
BLon. L. .Yfaiey, Secretary of State
Wm. B. Astor. th*' richest man in America
H. Leland A i., pro)rietor- of he MetrufiolitaJi
Hotel, and other.-.
Did spacc permit, we eould give many hundrrd
certilieate« from all parts when- the pills have been
used, but evidence tVen more com Hieing than tlie f.V.
|»*rien«' of public m-n. is fouiai in rheir e(&«ets «p*ll
trial.
Th"«e pill*, (be rwult »f long inve*tigat iofl and
study, arc off,-rd the public n* the best ami m'*»t
•winpletc which the p»»-*ent stale of mtdn al science
can nff»nl. Th y aie ciiii)ounded n..t ,f thedtugs
IhctnoeUif. hut the medicinal iitue~ only of veg
etable reint die* xtr-.'i-ii by cheiuieal pr**-e»# in a
state of purity, and eompounded log th. in *wh a
manner a* injure the Itest result*. This n teiu
is-mji'sit lot, *r medicinc ha.- b-vn fomui in the Cher
ry Pectoral and l'ill* l«»h. to prisluce a mou- eflk-wDi
reiiwdy than had hitherto been ol,tain-d by any |ir,«
*«s. *Tli- reason fs'tfytlv obriom*. While by
ihe old *le
1 e
mpwition. every midniii t* bur­
dened with more or lee* acrimontuiut aud u juriou^
qualities, by this each individual virtue tady that
is desired for th curative effect is j«-e-ent. AH the
inert aud obno*ioiis qualities of ea sul»«taitcr en»
ploy-f-d «r* 1. ft behind, the curative viriues only be
ing retained. Hence it i» self- vident the effv«*»«
should prove as they have pr.,v.-d m.«re pui- ly rme
dial. anil 'lie pill- a »urer, umre |«,Wt--iful sntidol,- l«,
disease than any oth- m*-liein« kn wn t«. the world.
A* it i- fr-qu-ntly ,xj*«lient that my mdiciue*
should Is taken under the counsel of an attending
physician, and a? could not properly judge a
remedy without kie-wihg its evinp..r.itii.n. have
supplied the a-curate irmu!*- by which lsth my
Pwtor»l and Pills are mail' I" the whole l**ly
practitioner- the United ^tate!- and Briti.-h Amer
ican Provinces. If h"Wi ver there should Is- any one
who lias I.ot reccivid them, they W ili be promptly
forwarded by mail at th tr request.
Of all the latent medicines that are offered how
f'-w would b' taken if tlieir -omj»,sit jof, known
Their life consist* tfcir myt-ry. i luve no n»y
terias.
The enmprwit iem of ray preparations is laid open to
the
beir
intniiric merits. The heiTV P*- 0iral wa- pronounc
ed by s«-ientiMc men to b.- a w uderfut medicine be
fore it* iff.et- were known. Mnnv mneut physi
cians h»v dei larcl the s«un» thine of my pills. Mini
even mop- confidently. and are willing to certify that
their anticipations were more than realised by their
effects ujsu trial.
They operate by their powerful influ nee on the in
ternal v
R-cera
to purify the blo«d »IK1 stimulate it
into healt hy action—n ne,ve the obstruction* the
•toma-h. bowels, liver, and other organ- of the body,
restoring their irregular action to health, and by oor
m-ting. wherev th* y ex» t, such derangement* «M
are the tir-t orijriii of dis. asc.
Prejiurvl bv JAUIS AVKK, Practical and Ana
lytical Chemist, Lowell, Ma--. Price 23 cent* per
bin. Five ls,xes for $1.
Sold by H. H. Ay res, Ktsokuk, w holt sale and re*
tail Fort Matlison, E. Whitney A Bro, K* *r auqua,
Gillmore's Turkish Liniment.
THi
I "s i- th I.i it i ui 11' wiiiehha- ye: r*-^a of
-i i*. tiu- nubile. It i- an excelh nt ralHedt
for Neuralgia, Krysijslai-, Rhetimati*ni. wounds,
cuts, ub-ers, hum-, alds. brut.««'s, sprain*.salt rh* um,
sore throat, bead a he, t«M*ih ache, pains in the limbs,
hest. fiai k, stomach or bowels. Al,»o for founder,
4
iMiii*-r.
fistula. e»dic, botts.and haniesr galls, #-e. The wuids
Hillmore's Turkish Liniment are blown in the gUmi
also a fac simile «-f uiy written signature anwntps
uiea each Isittle.
eillnereU liolera aad Dlarrlaam
n U u e
This is the beat r**m dy known for
IMW.-I
AC.. AC.
comp­
lain t.-. such as Cholera. Diarrhea. Dys -tstery. Pains
in the B(IWP1S.
Those who have o«ed it are
charmed wit hilt mimical virtues. The name is blown
in the gla.--.
Glllmore'* Vegetable rathartle aid
1 1 v e i a
Tlii*»e celebrated I'Uls art-an execlb-ut remedy f«»r
Fever and Ague, BiliousComplaints, Colic, Dvseute
ry, instipation of the Bowel*, lndig*-tion. Jaun
dice. Dn psv, Debility, Liver Complaint-. Blotches
on the skin. Fever*. 4c. The best family pill known
and can be used with safety, whenever u cathartic hi
xt eded.
N. B. To insure a^euuine article ami **ne on
which yon can rely with perfect safety, be particular
to inquire for Gillmore's Vegetable," Cathartic and
Liver Pill*
aledonian Cough I.ozengea.
PrepandbvH. R. Gillmorc.. A popular remedy
forCugb.s, Co|)-, an*l Bronchial aff. i-tions. They
have given entire satisfaction |)t tho.-e w tiuhnve twed
them.
6ill*nore*a Hair Balaam*
A beautiful preparation for the Hair, and pro[erly
used, will restore it to it* original softne** and
beauty. Those who have used it say it is the best
preparation th, y have seen.
Also-by Dru^i.-t, tiud Mcrehiuit* threucLiat the
State,
October 3, '65—dAwy
Benle** Rlectro*Hagnetlc Piaster*
An Extirnnl Curt for CIIH.I.S
AXD
Fl.V
KK,
IS
Foi u Jloi
THISthe
HS
Novel anl extraoidmary remedy is upheld
by testimony of some of the best naiuea iu
Tennessee, Mississippi and Arkansas. The proprie-H"\'U|
..S I u, *. 2 |I( H«|1| MM- 1*1
tificates from the following distinguished gentlemen
of Memphis. Tenn., tbe home of the proprietor
Rev. T.L.Grace, Col. Smith P. Baukhead—editor
Memphis Whig. YV in. T. Yancey—editor of the Mem
phie News, T. Keefe, M. D.. Y. A. Carr, M. D.,
R. II.
CrtK-ket, lawyer, grandson of Davy Crocket, Tht*. fci.
Land. M. D.
This wonderful Pla-terdoes not pain, blister orcx
coriate. Wherever it has been intrtidueed il has su
peroeded all other patent medicines for chills, and
driven i/uinmt out of thr market!
I Unlike (juinine. Arsenic and other deleterious
drugs, this medicine makes a quick, radical and per
fect cure and is not followed by a train of m»i«die*
worse than the one removed. It is perfectly harmless
and can be used with perfect safety by all sexes and
X^yi'iopnetor in introducing the FI. M. P. intliis
community leaves it tutnuke its local reputation here
by its own merits and superior claims on the public.
Address C. M. I)cnie. Proprietor, Memphis, Tann.
PUUF:.
$1. A liberal discount made to the trade.
Sent by mail, to all purts the country.
Sole wholesale and retail agent for Keokuk.
H. U. AY RIP,
Corner 3d and Main street. 0ct24dw i
200
B0&K& Glassware and Window Glass al~~*
REYNOLDS' Drug $to8|.

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