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iature provide for the "censos tcr eHaken
11 iohabitants of the Territory on the'
jlst day December. uafaUMja
rians that hadjcomeerT;tif:any
0uld have Teturnea, ana -au,, nctiuous
Laics could be ftjcrtaud;::f:: -
The vote anu jceosuyiiisv.wo yuivi nuu
3P to Washington to rshow.KiQgni
ticance of theire, and, iheir fraud Hi
any perpetratedJTVe would then" hare
ie Lf gi3latare provide for a new conv en
to7 frame, a onatitut fof ihe Sta te
' KanasA eonventionrprovidect ' for
Jy this Legislature would foeoncer com
Lmd the attentiqa and We-of'the-whoie-
opIe. Both the ompta gna klopey:
a ConstitatioM have originated with
tiele'Tactibna and Us suchTwe condemn. J
lY&atever uoes not wmc uum iuc hic
toole irrespective of its character1 we "can
lever approver DBoaiu1vre'M'!
bat aee fittd accept we roost get control as
kehavejte Jaai electior, Ye wouw auggest
hat all free state men vote ai meir j anu
iry electioa.and elect free , state embers.
Ve have the votes if fraud can nly be
prevenUd sor that everything can b? turned
a our' favor t
Such is our policy, and we hope that;the
ee state party wlllever resort '"to4 des
perate measures ; it is tar better to sutler
Lrong for a wbifej Eai the consequences
if such action. ' , t ,
'A s before t said 'out . conAaen ce -.in ihe
sound fober judgment1 of- the people' is
strong. , ,l hey can .now see, upon rellec-.
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wu uin uirsc measures uisrejjurueu iiuyc
Irlaycd our'victpry and permitted many
j;' the troubles that still hang around us
iue nines reqvire oi every man sooer
iOughti aud not to fct a desire of revenge
loud .his judgment,-, " Let the dead past
y its dead, at least' unlirpower Is in the
init of friends, and the cause secure for
ich we so ardentlv desire triumph.
From theLawrencfr Republican Extra.
?BXB STATE DEL. j CONVENTION.
Tne Whole Territory Eepresented.
TAe Bogut Constitution ; Repudiated:
The Submission Swindle Denounced.
In pursuance of a call by, the Chairman
tomcnittees the Delegate' Convention os
teifibliidJjnLawreaceMod organized tem
wra ri 1 v bv - a PPOmun'r Gov. W. Y. Roh.
Irrts Qb'"att and S. FjTappan Sere-
VW Roberts was envw4.
ceived, and on taking the chair adSa
iu me uonyention a,:iew4 well-timed and
ppropnate remarks, explanatory of the
m.unl ..!u.n . L.'.L ''. l i t
r ri5ci,jr, in -wnrza it. nau oeen
called together, and of the , obiect of the
call. f J ,. .,.
..II -;..T . .-. . . t
On motion, the delegations-: from each
senatorial district were requested to ap
point one; of their number, to ' form a com
uuttee on i Credentials, and one of their
aumber to form a Committee on Perma
aent Organization. tins, t,HU
V7?,nl0U?n lnei convention adjourned
antilS p'cloct V '"i,' n. i-
The Committee , on Permanent officers
reported Gov. Chas. Robinson. Pirsiden.
Vice Presidents and 'three Secreta
ries.'' ";; ' 'i'1" ."I
Tlie repoi o f the Committee on Reso
lutions was made, aDd accepted on motion
of Mr. Foster of Osawattainie. ' ;
fXCAMBLE AHD &ESOLVTIONS.
We, the people of Kansas in Delegate
tonvention assembled.' at I.
2J day joL December.
the following ! tO Our fellow citizens . nnr!
the people ot these United States : : V
Circumstances of an extraordinary char.
acter threaten to imperil the
Territory, and to deprive a majority of
our pebplef ofrtheif rights as citizens of
this republic to govern the same.
On the 30th of 'March;-1S55, an armed
force from' Missouri' violently : took posses-
ipfilM elected a. xeriitcirial l.prri!afir'
with senUmenta adverse 'no the opinions of
a matoiuy oi tne people, and enacted laws
cruel and oppressire.'V.' AXejiisiature'com-
iacu ia part oi persons etectecuas aoove,
and of other persons v elect eil' in October,
loob, in like violent and fraudulent ban
ner, and under degrading: test oaths'enact
ed by the prvjou body passed an act for
M creation of a Constitutional . Conven
tion under au. partial partisan reiristration
and apportionment and in ' the election r of
iember$ to said' Cocstitutional - Conven-
"on, the law providing "for the. same was
never complied Willi, in many important
ad essential particulars, especially in ta
k,DS complete census of the people, and
registry of the rtiers of the Territory; fif
teen emire,copntTes being totally disfran
chised and many Vbtera-in the other coun
es left off; The tonVentiori that assembled
m -Lecoarpton i in : September last, thus
have proceeded to frame a Cou
atituuon for thq State of Kansas,, in defi
of -ther (aj;t that tlvryVby- heir own re
rrd jWeseated a small minoriiyof the
People of this territory, tng enfy seven-
een hundred out i of tiweetvthousand nw
Ufi Tpcedetf ititi la the iTenttorv,1 that
their proceedings were protested against
by the people on. the ground of illegality
and unfairness, and that the presence, ofa
portion of the' United States army was
necessary t protect them duririg their sit
"tipgsV a'gaicsi the indignation of an put
xaged peopled In the face of these facts
they have refused - to 'submit , the instru
mnt they have thus framed to a vote of
the people-fo,r ratification r rejection.
Tfcey provide for a swindle, styled by them
an election, in which neither the Constitu
tion, nor any material partlhcreof, can be
elected or rejected,"They ;have, pending
this action, provided for a state election on
the first Monday pf January next, under
said ihstrumenVand under the authority of
a usurciffs: ' Regency, unknown to constii
ttutiocal authority ,K-and dangerous to the
liberties of the people, the design of the
aamebeing to rob from Tthe people of
Kansas their rights as "Tescuea through
the ballot box Jn October Iast,"and destroy
the only legitimate Territorial Legislative
body ever!in Kansasf This dangerous as
sumption of power calls (oj a prompt and
efficierlt retnedyfromthe people, the only
legitimate source of power therefore, K
u Resolved 5 1st, :rThdtJ we tterlyj repudi
ate said constitution, framed at Lecompton,
that it is an instrument hostile to the popu
lar vill; and "appealing to tfjVGod of jus
ticex and humanity for the , rectitude-of our
intentions, wo do solemnly enter Tinto a
league and covenant with each other, that
we shall never under any .;circumstaneesV
p.M rait the,' said Constitution, soCframtd,
and jot submittp, jo i be. the - organic
law for the State of Kansas, but do pledge
our lives, bur fortunes and sacred honors
in ceaseless hostility to the same. . "
Resolved 2nd , That we tlepbunce the
so called election- bfDecembeir- 21st as a
swindle, and the election of January 4th,
1858, as a crime- and - ay misdemeanor
agaihst r the peace of this Territory, and
the will of the majority.; ,; .,TO!. ri
Resolved i 3d, That , .the. Legislature
elected in this Territcry on the 5th day of
Octbber, 1857, is the only legitimate Iav
making body that has ever, been elected
for the Territory of Kansas, and that it3
functions shall not be suspended ,by any
constitution or state government, . until a
fair and impartial note shall be had on the
samef - iu : . . ;' '
Resolved, 4th, That this delegate con
vention do hereb5r;re-ehdorse the constitu
tion known as': the Topeka . Constitution,
and do declare it to represent the wishes
of the. majority .: of the people of Kansas
to-day, and that when it shall have; again
received the popular sanction,- tinder - au
thority of the only legitimate Territorial
Legislature; f ever convened s in Kansas
Territory, recognized by J the authority of
the United States, that we shall maintain
it against all opposition.
s Resolved, 5th, That looking, chiefly to
the above end, we respectfully ' memorial
ize the Territorial Legislature,' about to
convene in extra session on the 7th.inst.,
to frame a fair and impartial election law,
and that they, under it, do submit the two
constitutions the people's constitution
framed af Topeka, and the constitution5"
framed at Lecomptoh -to a vote1 of the
f people of .this territory, and that the - said
Legislature provide that the constitution
esl vott?s shall become the fundamental
&w for ihe St tte of Kansas, ; !
ri l4ue m aiturent parts
of the hall to pass the resolutions by ai -
! 'J.L i
tuuiaiiun, anu me question was
carried by giving nine enthusiastic
for the resolutions. ' . :
i A motion was then made that: the del
egates be requested to sign the resolutions,
which was carried,
. Mr. VV. A. Phillips after a short speech
offered the following resolution, which, on
motion, was adopted: 1
. Resolved, . That this. Convention do ex
press its approbation of the act of Hon. F.
P. Stanton, acting- Governor of Kansas
.Territory in convening a special session of
the -Territorial Legislature in this emer
gency, and in favor of securing the public
Peace and the rights of ihe people. '
Gen. Lane, moved that, when' this Con
vention adjourns, it adjourn until Monday
next, at 10 o'clock,4 to meet at Lecompton,
and that this Convention'; be subject to the
call. of the Chairman of the Territorial Ex
ecutive Committee, which motion was ad
opted. ' t ( r; ; r - -
; Resolved t That the thanks of this Con
vention be tendered for the use cf the
church for our sittings. , '
Resolved, That the thanks of this Con
vention be tendered to the President and
officers for the impartial and dignified
manner ,' in which they have discharged
their arduous duties. Carried.
' The Convention adjourned with three
cheers. ; CH AS. ROBINSON, PresV -..
Wm. A. Pniti'iVs,' ) : ' ( ' -
E. CMicV,, ; i .Secretaries,
- ; A.'. Wattles, - ; ) ,: . . .
J"Extract ' from5 a letter by the Rev.
Sir. Churchill of Boston who 'U now trav
elling for his health in the East, " '.l '
" It gives one an ever present idea of
the expansive enterprise of his countrymen,
to find their commodities of commerce con
tinually in his path wherever he goes.
I have not visited: any; considerable city
of Turkey, where I did not find the Med-
tcines : oi my country ) represenieu ? oy
Ater'sChehit Pectorai.. In Smyrna,
Aleppo; Jaffa, Jerusalem and .Constanti
nople, we see in each, on the door post of
some bazaar, the peculiarly America iookt
ingjron card, of Dr.1 Ayer?isayihg in a lan
guage which not one. in a thousand of the
passers by can read, Vyr Cherry Pec
ioral for Coughs, Colds and Consuctjjiion,
&W.er;; On a shelf behind the cross
eged mussulman are seen the bottles with
their English, Spanish," French and Ger
man faces tamed Howards the 'crowd,' and
oh jenquiringweare i totd that! foreigners
are not the only, pufcfiaiers-Jbut, lhe true
believers themselves waive tfieir trust ik.
fate to try this product of American skill.'
when they find there is no other, cure for
them. v ' ui't'"'f. i!i'fli1";'
I was told yesterday that the , Cherry
Pectoral had been presented to the Sultan
and is now in constant use in Jiis't ha remj
and in the hospitals of he,' Empire. ;
t " -;Tr6ciamaU.oiu',"fj.: ' ' v
To ike Members of the. Legislative Jlsstm-
; big' of tht Territry oj Kansas. 1 :; '
An estraordinary ocdlsioh having occur
red in the agairs of , the r Terr Uory, f within
the meaning of the 30th section of the or
ganic act, which authorizes the' Legislature
to be ealled tog'ethe.r upon such 'occasions;
I, FREDERICK P.vSTANTON, Sec
retary and Acting - Governor, dV; hereby
summon the Members of 'the Council and
Houie of. Representatives of the said Ter
ritpiry, 1 6 '. assemble ; in their respective
houses at Lecompton, on Mondays next,
the 7th inst., tben Vahd there, to;: cohsider
matters of: greut moment pertainingj to
the public welfare. -,m i i::e ' 'Ji. ; ? n v
Given under the seal of the
the first day af i December, Av D. -1857.-T
i j i -FRED. P. STANTOJT.
riie Squatter Sovereign.
ATCHISON, DEC 5 1S57.
iW. L. Gilmak, ia our traveling agent, and is
authorized to receive money, subscriptions and
receipt for the same. ' "v :': -! ;;"
J. S. POST, Gener; - Newspapir Adver
i :tising : and Suseription Agency," No. 54 :
Second street, between Olire and Pine streets,
is our authorsed agent to: St. Louis.
I? E. DUDDEIUD(iE, Newspaper Ail-
rertising Agency, corner of. Main and
Olive streets, oyer John J. Anderson & Co.'s
Banking House, St. Louis, is authorised to act
as our &gent. . , v ;';. ' i
; 7: WA3H1NGT0N LODGE, HQ. 5 .!
OF Ancient, - Free 'and - Accepted Masons, ;
hold their stated meetings at the Masonic '
Hall, in the tdwn O? Atchison, on the first and 1
third Saturdays of each and every month, com
mencing at 7 o'clock, P. M. ;1
I A. GALLATIN KVriS, Secretary.
Atchison, May 19th, 1S57. ; ; 19 vf
; Friendship Lodge, No. 5. 1. 0. 0. F. :
MEETS every Tuesday eveninsr' at half past
ak o'clock, in its Lode Hall in Dickson's
building in the town of Atchison, i r ' :
; ED. It. BL AIR, Secretary.-
. ARE , YOU. SICK 8?
Then you can't be cured too soon; Don't
delay until your complaint: is incurable and
then mourn when it is too fate. ;;Four-fiths of
all the diseases which people the'ehurch-yards,
might be cured by. Ayr's Cntbarlic'; P,ills if
taken in season. Don't go dragging through
the Spring, faint, sleepy, and listless, because
your blood is loaded With bile. Don't wear
the h-adache, heartburn, and their kindred dis
orders, becau8eyourr stomach is foul. Don't
parade vourself around the world covered with
Pimples, Blotehcs, Ulcers, Sores, and all or
any of the unclean diseases of the, skin, be-i
cause your systein wants cleansing. Don't
show yourself aboutylean, liaggai'd, all caved
1 m, -recause your Momacn anu, Howeis nea
strengtneiiing into1 nealtuy action. v Ayer'a
Pillss-it these things risfct as 'surely as water
aucnehes fre. They pmifv the bodv and blood
I nil "restore their function ntn h!.lrtiir nritvim'
put and I ty, which you can feel as quick, as they, are ta
: c! e rs, ltrn- They are the one great1 rnedical wonder
ot tne age, rezognizea ny all who kn.w their
virtues, and ' many thousands know ihem.
Take'.he Cherry. Pectoral for a cough, and the
Pills for all derangements requiring a purgative
medicine." . ' .''
Prepared by Dr. J. C. AYEU, Iowell, Mass.,
and sold by druggists everywhere. ' ; , ;
"'"-'. j : , Heliglous Notice. , . , j
. The Rev. Mr. Shaw will preach to-morrow
(Sabbath) at eleven o'clock in Gen.
Pomeroys office. ' ' ' '
A RATIFICATION MEETING,
A Ratification meeting will be held Saturday
next at 12 oclock, a. k., at Parley,5 near Mr.
Elliot's,' of 'the Report of the Delegates to. the
Territorial convention at Lawrence. , v,v,
Come one,t come all ! I i i - "t
; We will .. publish the Topcka constitution
next week.-- - '"
Several editorial articles and items of
news Uave been crowded out '. ia consequence
of the Constitution. .: It. :
jp" We regret that we are compelled to cut
down our paper for the winter. This has befen
caused by. the early, closing of the riverJ , We
had sent after paper twice, and perhaps . have
it some ; place on the river. Last week : we
started but to get some of bur neighbors, b'u.1
on both side's of us they were in : the same fix.
We perhaps will be more fortunate than many,
as the "'Zeitung" has a large supply. t 'V
:By. using smaller type we will be able to get
along with not much less matter. -. Some stories
that we intended to publish must be delayed.
In the spring we shall endeavor to enlarge suf
ficiently to make p the loss this winter, hence
under all the circumstances we expect the in
dulgence of our patrons. - - , 5 : - . : -. o .
P. S. . Since writing the above we have heard
our paper was shipped on the St, Mary, which
we understand . is below Leavenworth. The
river is clear and ripen same, and we hope to
get it-yet. - i
t:r! JA3IES COULTER, u
HAS besn appointed Commissioner
Of Deeds for the State of Pennsylvania
in Kansas Territory. He is prepared to take
acknowledgements and recieve depositions froui
all who may give him a'calL ' ' .
He may be found at At- bison. ; Dec. 5-ly4
TUBS, Ruckets, Brnshes, Brooms, for eai
by i BOWMAN fc RI-AIR.
May 23-tf -'-' r- :" -: i?a "
HATS AND CAPS A superior lot may b
found at the Atchisoa boot and shce store
Oct. 31, 57. . V WALTERS & CHILDS.
T ATENT Burning riuid. For sale by- ,
T 1ST OP LETTERS remaining in the
-L Postiofficej; Atchison K. : T. , Nov. 30th,
J . V '? . .. rr -, t i r
r! u"' 3Jt,9B' ' r " Martin; William- -nln'U
' HJ a -Martin M. :r.i
S' iV-'-.f I'MarUn Anna Bell
RAi11!' ' ' i Martir, Mr r M. M.
Ueechler. N. I. r . t tit-. r - r T r
Baraes, Hannali J Sd; Massjy, WJ-Lw" iaw ' j
Bui ock, T. - Moor? George W. - -i
Bean, M. M
Morhister. Andrew . 9
Began, Gilbert, ,i t
Boyd, A. G.. :
Barclay, Jos. s
Barclay, Joa. Wj e
Brown Peter S
Brown, Levi B. . r -Brown
Co in an, A. Bicknell
Cline, William ' ,'t
' McKenzie, Simon D. 2"
;ti MKee, Aaren 2
2 Mc Kee,- Nancy ai
A Mc Donald' Aiiiras
2 Neilson, Ole-: c.i, rl
vl Pryor, Burto.-M . '..
Perry, Hiram- 'ri
Preston, Jno. . . '
HRecksford, Mr. ; " -
0 '-. Rits, George A. '
-. ; .: Rollins,-Alfred -y ;
' : Sparks, A. - &
r,U Selling, Henry ?i 5u
. Salfrank, Cha'rles -u
LSmithf J. W.- m : , a::
1 i i Sm idem, Johaner 'J : s
t,I. Stewart, Jos. o;. ; ij
. . Stewart, Lorenzo - "b
Dabney, Jas. R.
Davis, D. W
Dayis, Mary-, r
aandys, Jno." : ; c;-:
Stevens, G. H.. :-
Hitdin, i-pliy J,
Staggs Jos. M J -i.nl
Franke, Th- Atnand
Gregg. William Mi ;
Gore, Green J. , c
Jackson, Jno. : ;
Jackson, Jno. X.
Hamery, Patrick,- v
Hodson, James Me - ,
Stafford, J.l HJ
Shields,: Maggie D.
.. Taylor, A. L. ;
;Thurman, Charlotte :
; Wickler, George I
' Wetson, N. W. ; --d
.j Wood worth. C. Ai e y.i
, Wrr. William
Higdon, Jno. L
Humphrey, t.. J. walKer, Lucius
HunaudAsenath r.'' WaIker, Jho. A.: ' !
Kelly, Dennis . i 2 Walker, Sarah A.
Kemler, Gedfried Wighton, B: '- ;
Kimball,. Edwin C. Wrigley, William '
Kline, Michael. " ' ; ' ' ' '' '
J Persons calling for the above letters, will
say advertised. - HENRY ADDOMS, P.M.
i Stray JYotice.
T AKEN up bv D. Fizer, in Shannon town
1 ship, Atchison County, 5C. T., on the 2Sth
day of November, A. D., 1857, and posted be
fore the undersigned Justice of the Peace in said
County, on the 1st day of December, 1857,
one bay rnare, about 14 hands high, star in the
forehead, with a little white oh her left hind
foot, a little saddle-marked. and shod before,
worth $35,00. One black male with some few
white spots about its neck, some gear-marks,
about 12 hands hi?b, worth $50,00, and ap
praised by C.-W. Hubbard and E. Hamilton,
to be worth the value of $85. -
P. P. WILCOX, Justice of Peace.
I hereby certify the above "and foregoing to
be a true transcript from mv stray book.
Dec. 1st, 1857. P- P. WILCOX.
I Stray JYotice. - U
TAKEN jiip by the undersigned, living in
Mt Pleasant township, and Atchison co.,
K. T., thft'following stray, fo wiflj'a bay "pony
marii hands bigh'vith kblazaln her fore
head, and some small, saddle marks and a short
tail, supposed to be '14 years old; no other
marks perceivable, appralsed-tp' $30 1y Steven'
M. Hairand'J.G.'Fowler, who personally ap
praised" and" was 'duly qualified by me, the un-r!
deisignfed Justice of the Peace- ' .
1 , .-. ... ; :. JOHN. ROTJI WELL. ,
VlNCEXT JoE3, J. P. : i ' r. ti ' .'
' Nov. .1S7. ' ' ' :' : "!
f .Stray ' tice0:';;::: j::
rpAKENop by Ezekiel Do wiring in Shannon
X - township,' in; Atchison co,i on his planta
tion, on the 3Uth Jay of October, A. D., 1857,
and posted before the undersigned a Justice of
the Peace in -said county, on the 3d day of No
vember 1857, one chestnut sorrel mare, 3 years
old, tl6i hands high," worth $100. "Alao One
chestnut Vorrel -mare 15 hands high, 12 yeara
old, right hind foot white, star in the forehead,
and snfp tn.the nose; ,WUh arbay 5lt3 white
feet and, snip on the 'nose, worth $75,' appraised
by Ben Johnson and D.'McVay to be worth the
value of 5175, 7 . :.; '' . " - "-
I heieby certify that the above is a true copy
front rav. stray book; ' ','''.'
A. JG. WESTBROOK, Justice of Peacei .
. j i JYEW- 8 3POIlJEr-r
OWING to the ;1iard times I have been enabled-
to obtain a large stock of goods at
20 per cent below Philadelphia, New York and
Boston priceS and "will sell them wholesale or
retail at easiern cash prices 'to those who have
the cash to pay for goods. I hav a fine as
sortment'suitable for this market, arid all I ask
is for purchaser to come, jn and examine my
stock which consist in part oflhe following ar
ticles: ... t ' . ' ---r- i- :
Calicos : ' . i Boot's and Shoes
Bleached CqIUq . , Hats and Caps v":;-,
Brown Cotton : Hardware
Sheetings " ':'.'; , Qneensware ; ' !' ' :
Clothes and CassfincreBlanket
White Goods Clothing
Plaid Linsey ' " Pants, Vests, Coats
Flannels V ,; ' " Shirts
Dress Silk Under Sleeves .
Plain Black Silk v..:' Ladies Collars
All Wool Marinos ; ? ! " Furs ' ! -CashmeresA
i; ,:',i: : Gomforts .. '
Gingham i.i-Children Boots &Shoes
Shawls, -' 6-4 Curtain Damask :
Hosiery t .Buggy, Whips ' ",
Gloves. V; , J -.' . T, Carpet iBags V : "
Delaiie " ' V . Combs, Brushes, ice
'My terms -are ' positively cash. Store next
to Doyle &. Green on C street. , '
yi v ;- V X C. E WOOLFOLK:
On. Third street, 3d door from the Ppst-Ofi;
fice. Persons by calling on me, can have tlieir
Cloths made Well, and in good B.tyle 1 Cutting
and reparing done at short notice. ' ' "
; s- .: , -; ' w, m., davies.;
. Atchison, xVov. 21, ly - i's- v . . .
GROSS MATCHES for sale by '
u" M S. DICKSON.:'!'
- 1 ''REGULAR' PACKET FOR -'
Kansas, Atchison, OmahaCou'ncll Bluffs and
; . ;;:r:Siqux;: City ; .B,.. ,.,f t
rpHE new; elegant fast :
X commodious steamery OMA'
HA, -Andrew .VVineland,' Master,3sS3
J. J. Wilco.Clerk, will, oa the ar I iest open
ing or navigation, resume ber triDB'anttrun on
.Ltiiesuui i river, jraurons cau reiv;. upvu
her continuing in the trade regularly- during
the entire season. v'f ' '
The Omaha; having, been placed in the most
unexceptionable order expressly for the trade,
her olhcers hope that by- strict attention to
comforts of . Passengers and to" business, to
merit a. liberal , share of patronage" from ship
pers and the public generally, , -
. ;.- A. WINEL AND, Master,
apl3-sea - J. J. .WILCOX, Clerk. '
i WESTERN CASD FACTORY.
EACTORY oii Jfarket street, between sixtli
and seventh sts Office, No, 31 Market st,
St. Lonisr Mo. -4 " " - w -rl f 1
H. G. BOIIN & CO., Cformerly Walter, &
Bohiu) ' mimifactwrers of all kinds of Plain
and Fancy Stick Ca&diesg Sugar Plums,. Fine
Almonds, Gum Drops, Jujube Paste, Rock Can
dy, Chocolate, Syrups, &e., &c., which we have
always oa hand," and ofier for saU. - ,
- BPS" We are prepared te offer .superior in
ducements that will satisfy all who will give ns 1
heir orders.. Si-.M? . -u J. ': ? .T'l-rz .t 'I
Srioneer Clothing House
r E - ROSESDU R G .
IS now opening a large and splendid assort
ment of Ready Made' Clothing, and t iL
i GENTLEMAN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
ami would beg leave to call the attention -of aH
to his superior selection. . : Hetflatters himself
that, from a long experience in his business,
and a close attention to the same, that he will
be able to sell goods af a less per centagej and
also to sella better quality. than can be fur
nished in the Territorvv . .Hii stock is superior
to any' ever offered, in this market. He has on
hand, and opeA for' inspection, a laVg assort
ment, among which is. .
Gent's Cloth Coats, x
Cotton - '
NiclcTies; I .'i H-
? Cassimere Coats,
- ;-Cotton Coats,T .
I Tweed Coats, i
- Cloth Pants, 7
;" Tweed Pants,
" Cassimere Pants',
- And in fact all kinds of goods usually kept
in a well regulated Clothing and Furnishing
Store. Those in quest can find blm in the room
formerly occupied by Smith & Blassingame. "
:Augl5 E. ROSENBURG. v
' ' "WALTERS & CiliLDS, . .
BOOT 8 11 OE
At Stone Btdldinj on C gtreefi '
5 "i '
v JOHN J. PRATT. s
CIVIL ENGINEER, SURVEYOR
;Towns and lots laid out and plans -drawn.
Haying been appointed Deputy County Surveyor
I am now prepared to run open lines, andestab
lish open corners for. those owning claims in
Atchison County, and I am the only authorized
deputy appointed by the County Surveyor.
Office Otis building C street up stairs.
Atchison 31.. 57.
Hoot and Sh oe Sh op.
CHARLES SCIIffiNTHALER, has opened
a shop, 2d door in the rear of the post of
fice, where he keeps on hand a large variety of
sale and custom made boots and shoes, which
will be sold at reasonable prices.
Particular attention given to tin manufactur
ing of -a superior article, and repairing done
at short notice. , r .
Atchison, October 7. 1857 3m '"
;liveuit and sile stable
rrtHE subscriber; having leased
'.L of Petifish & Co., the Brick
stable on Atcnison street, ne is.
now prepared to accomodate' the public with
fast horses and fine carriages. - ' - - - 7 - - -4
He is also prepared, to stable horses: for
all who may give him a call. . t
II. H. MOULTON. .
Atchison, Sept., 5. 1857. .24 6m
pieces calico for sale, from 5 to 10
cents pex yard.
C. F. WOOLFOLK.
"1 pieces bleached cotton for sale from
JL Vy w o to id cents, ty
C. E. WOOLFOLK.
C ASES Boots and Shoes for sale low
by , C. E- WOOLFOLK.
PAIR Ladies Shoes for sale low bv
- . G. E. WOOLFOLK".
LIVERY, PEED AND SALE STABLE
f THE undersigned having leased
' J the Commission-House of U.
E. Wbblfolk on the Levee, is open
ing a large and convenient feeu, Bale and livery
stable, where he may be found ready to accom
modate in his line of business. We solicit a
share of public patronage.- - -
'' Horses and buggies to let of first qual
ity. : ' T. J. BRAGG.'
? Atchison, Nov. 8, 1S57 3ra ; .
Jll. O. SAWYER,
.'; .t: ' joiism.
Missouri Steam Planing Milly
AND BUILDERS WAREROOMS,
DOOR, SASH AND ' BLIND
FACTORY. MILL AND
; LUMBER YARD.
Cornerof Walnut and Ninth streets,
ST.: LOUIS, MO. ;
riiHE proprietors having thoroughly repaired
X their commodious Mill,: aritt having made
extensive additions of the latestjmproved ma
thinerv, are fully prepared ,to 'fill orders of
Doors, Sash and Blinds, Window and : Door
Frames, Mouldings and every other kind of
Carpenter Work, for the finishing of erery style
of buildings; alsor; White ami ' Yellow Pine
Flooring and Weather-boarding,' Pailing for
Fencing,. Sec. .- . ; . i . ..
We would particularly call the attention of
Ipersons emigrating to Kansas dr Nebraska.;and
a i - persons resiainsr in' tne countrv. ' where
Building Materials and Mechanics are scarce,
to the style and workmanship of 'our Frame
nous-, wnicu we can furnish complete, v
-. "TjEnMSCASH.1g) ; - ' ' .:
. v - ' S AW YLK, CLARKSON &. CO.
Apr 27-ly ,
L UMBER ! .L UMBETt !!
""T7"E have just received and shall continue
'T Y . to receive throughout the season as rap
idly as it shall be wanted, every variety of
uressea ana unaressea
; TPINE LUMBER, r
Such SS Sidtng, Flooring, Frames, Window
Sash, lorS, Sningles,.atc., &.e.,'nicn we-win
sell at as low figures as such lumber can be af
forded for in this market.. 'Those intending to
build would do well to call and examine our
stock, and learn the prices. - : - ... j "
"'L'imber yard near our Grocery and Provision
Store, C Street,' Atchison. - '
. BOWMAN &. BLAIR.
;May 23-tf . - ;
" , 7L wanted,
A PURCHASER, for two hundred thousand
Fruit Trees These trees are No. 1, raised
in a well established Nursery in Western New
York, and I will sell them cheap at wholesale.
June 6-tf W. E. GAYLORD.
FRUIT TREES. :
BY the 15th of November, I shall receive on
my farm, 2$ miles east of Atchison, direct
from Western New: York, 150,000 grafted frail
trees,-of the best kind of Apples, Pears, Peach
es, Plums, Cherries, Quince, &c. 'Also Grapes,
Shrubs, Flowers,' Currants, nl - Evergreen
Trees. I am going to start a Nursery. .. i ,
VVJLLIAM LEWIS GAYLORD;,
,-Rush; Oct. 17, 1857 - 3m. .
' 'P. S. 1 have o haod a fin lot of Hardware,
which I will 'sell cheap for cash, oxen or hogs
24 3t . - .V. !
r -r d QAM DICKSON sells Goods so cheap lhat he
for sale L O baa hd no time teput saUia his uiush for
KSON.,5. ,,;U: ICX7)
W. L- &
BOOT ad; shoe stored.
. IT A INTERS & CIIII.DS, j
WOULD inform the citizens of , AtchlsoUT
and surrounding country, that they have
opened a store ia the.Slon tuilding on C street,
where they are. recivfng from St.' Louis' a large
and extensive assortment of Boots and ShoesA
which will be sold at as low prices as can be
Durchased of any house in the Terr itorr. r-
- Among our stock may be found Mens, Boys,?
Yontns and cnudren'a Boots ana 5aqes or an
kinds Cloth Garters, Velvet 'Slippers; Cal-.
Shoes, Congress Gaiters, Pumps,. Kid Shoes;
Goat Slippers, and Brogans. Ladies7 and Miss
es' Kid Booteee, Shoes, KUl Slippers, Kid Gai
ters, Lasting Plain Gaiters,' Morocco Slippers, .
tvia itusKins, uoiorea uiuers, uo DuiiLins, ;
Goat Pegged Bootees, Morocco Buskins, Seweu
and Pegged Calf Bootees, Sewed Goat Bootees,
Embroidered Sliooers. Yelret Toilet SliDoera. !
and in fact everything corisituting aftiptopf ,?
establishment, j Call and see for yourselves. : 5"-
' VAl.TtKS fc UtllLUS.. . '
Athison, Oct, "24, 57. ' r '. " ; ' .:
CHARLES O ANDREWS, fi
TXEALER in Walcnea,' Clock" and Jewelry," "
J gold and silver watches levers and lapines,
warrent1! good time-keepers or no sale : Jsw
elry the very best ; cameo ear-Tings, pins, gold
stine ear-riiigs and pins, all gold pins and ear- 1
rings to match mozaic and jet 'pins and ear- 1
rings, gold chains, such as fob, vest ami guard, '-'j
and ladies chains, gold keys and vseals,"goltt
braceletts, gold buckles, gold clasps for neck
laces t gold pens wi?h silver holders, large an4
small gold rings and hooks, gold and silver 5
pencils, gold locketts, large and small '; gold', " .
tui, sUcvc buttons genta pins qf all kinds, "i
silver thimbles, plated spoons of the best quali
ty, tea, table, sal let spoons, cream ladles, silver
and plated spectacles, razors that are razors, :
pocket knives,' shears, scissors, watch cord's
and ribons, and in fact, most any thing usualty
found in a jewelry- stare. . ,
One knd -all are im-ited to call and examin
themselves, all of the above goods, will be sold
Cheap.-. .... . . .
I Xf afches, locks aiiJ. jewelry carefully rs-. ,1
paired and warranted. ' ' . -
Oct. 24. 1857. -i-vi i- C. C. ANDREW.
M. LORD. If. MCEWCX.
; LORD & IrlcEWEX,' " ;
DRY GOODS, GIlOCERIESr
; BOOTS,- r r ' SHOES, i
HATS, .... , CAIS,
&.C., &c, &c.
I Atchison, K. "-T. "
We are now receivings large and-. complete
Stock of . - ..,',;! -r
FALL AD WITKR GOODS,
which we shall ssll at really " hard timesTJ
pries, for cash.
fisgHWe are stMl taking Dank note, or 'paper
moueyin exchange for goods.
Oct.l7,;i857 , ;". '
DRY GOODS. A Urge stock" for sale by
- c -J LORD So McEWEN.c .
GROCERIES. For sale by
-,a LORD &McE WEN.
ATS &. CAPS A fine assortment for sale
LORD &MeE WEN.
: i. c. CHAI.I.ISS, :
DEALER in Dry Goods, Croceries, and Pro
visions, Atchison, K. T. '
I am now receiving and have in store the larg
est selection of goods ever brought to: Atchison
My terms areCASH down to all, without ex
ception, and to those wishing to deal iu that
way I offer greater bargains aud cheaper goods
than have ever, been sold in the. West. Let
those who doubt it come and see for themselves.
M stock consists in part, of -
; WINTER DRV GOODS, ' YT '':
Such as Blankets, ' . Cloth s. Satinets, Fulled? j
Cloths, Tweeds, Jeans,' White Linseys, Cassi
meres, Flannels, Plaid Linseys, ; Prints, Ging.--'
hams, Delaines, Merinos Notions, Ready-made-Clothing,
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Hardware,
Queensware, Groceries, Flour, Liquors, B;.'.
coii, &c. Also,' a stock of Indian Goods, -and' ,
everything else 'wanted by. customers: - A4U "
those wishing to save money, either at whole
sale or retail, are invited to call at my sfcirre ou
the Levee. ; L. C. CHALLISS.-
Atchison, Spt. 2;4, 1S57. r 27-tf
CARPENTER, ni'lLDLU A!VD
ARCHITECT. ; ;
THE undersigned is prepared to execute esr-i.. y)
penter worK) and building in general, oiv ;
reasonable .terms Elevations, plana aud spe; a
cilicatiohs. drawn to order
Inquire at the Banking 05ice of McBratnyr
Adams & Co.
Aug. 22. HENRY R NEAL..
co a LL.
fPHE undersigned isageutfor the sale of J.
. J H. B trrows': Patent Corn. Mill, to which he
would invite the attention of tbe public-
These mills are portable, and do not require
a millwright to set ihem up. By steady appli
cation of two horse-power the2A inch mill will
grind six to eight buBhels sof good " meal tr
hourand will grind wlnatas well as corn.
For further particulars apply at my store
where an assortment of them can. beaten.
,Aug. 29. tf j X - - L C CHALLISS.
WHOI7ESALJB AND RETAIL
GROCERY AND PROVISION STOREt
: BOWMAN AND BLAIR
TAKE this method of announcing to the pub
lic that they have juBt opened in their new
aod commodious store-room en C street, Atchi
son, one of the largest and best selected as
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
ever brought into this market, which tTrey are,.,.
dfcterminei to sell wholesale and retail, as low
as possible.- -' -' r' 1 "' '..' ' '
Their stock comprises all the staple-article
of Groceries and Provisions usually kept-ia '
establishments of the kind, allof whh they :.
war-rant fresh and In eood order. " A.mong their J
articles will be found . - 'r i k
Flour, Meal, Bacjon, Hams and Shoulders, ,
j Sugars, Coffee, Tea; Pepper, Spier,'
! Ginger, Cloves, .v j
Give us a call and examine our articles arrj
see if we cannot give you at wholesale ami re
tail, articles in the Provision line as cheap' as
can be found anywhere in the Territory
C? UGAR and Coffee for sale bv
O May 13-t
BACON and Flour kept on band and for sale
by ; - -. . S DICKSON.
HATS and Bonnets for sale, by
May 13. S. DIC
SHOES and Boots for sale, by
May 13. .Hi I A &.
5 , Pi ECES Canton J?'iannei for sale from 4 a.
;to 15 cents, by ... C. E. Wootrotx,-.,,.
TfC ftECES Gingham for gale price froti r
QKJllQ to 20 cents, by XE. Woo;.rou. y
O DOZEN sUk and for-hats for sale br
- c: EV Wooiroas::
i CLAIM, ut exchauge for rrood a;
jtl locatediand in Norcrn Illinois, c
Cbicago rnd Fultoa Railroads ; v
CLAIM, in exchauge for :good an4 wel
-e-;?ot5?. n.i Ali sdi ..0;;- -it-;..'.
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