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fruit to try IH
the best nativj
lusters at thi
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ciety exceed $
best of thei" I
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was a wel
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CH vi Wins In'eer Wd f rreyor.
In ''rear, of Bowman & Blair s Store, C
- Street, Atchison, K- ;T. ;T-
WIl,L attaikl ko Engineering wd Surveying
in all of its branches.; - Particular atten
tion paid to laying out Town Lota, Surveying.
' DH. CHARLES F. ROB, ' -'-
GERAfAN lh8icianV and f prmeriy Surgeon
in the Revolutionary Army in Germany,
late Physician in Boston, , and member " of the
Massachusetts ' and ; Conneetiput , Medical So
cieties begs leave to inform the citizens of
Atchison and vicinity, that he will resume his
profession here, and practice general Medicine
and Sunrery. He is willing to consult in im
- portant cases with his professional brethren in
the, surrouiKUBg towns ana cities. L. His office
is on Atchison street, above the Hotel.
i 151) SINK S SV C A R 1) s .
L. J. SIKGr
u.l.: J. WISE Si, CO-."
Importers, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
FOREIGN AtfD DOMESTIC - v
; -iv. Clolhmg, Fanty Jlkules, &ci'-
I KANSAS CJTY, Jip: :, !,
?Oct. 8. 1857. i-iu?, ' .; ', ;
. DR. OWEXS,
FFERS his . professional services U the
VJf: citizens or Atchison and eeunty. Dr.
Dwens can be found at all times at the dru?
Btoie ui i. j. nosweu, wuen not professional
iy engagea, -,- .,,... June 20-tf
CORNER of Band Levee streets, dealer in
Provisions, Groceries and Liquors. Will
atcena to orwarding, Commission and Steam
May 30-6m' ;
JOSEPH P. CARK,
HEADLEY & CARR,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW ,
And Real Estate Agents, -
ATCHISON, - - - Kansas, Ter
WILL practice in the Courts of the Terri
tory and of Platte and Buchanan coun
ties, Mo., and at the Land Office in the Terri
Lands located, and ' Town v Property
UUUUI, O.I1U BU1U.
WHUttSiLE AID RETAIL DEALER ; XN
Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Ready
Made Clothing, Boots and Shoes,
and Cigars, Drugs, Medicines,
Paints, Oils, &c, &c.
North side of C Street, one door above cor
her of third, Atchison K. T.
yi. a ALL IT IN OTIS;
(Recently from Louisville, Ky.,) .
Attorney at Law and Notary Public
WILL practice law in the various courts of
the" Territory, attend to collecting mon
ies and procure pensions anil bounty land war
rants. ' He has all the. pre-emption laws of the
United States, and having been appointed No
tary Public by Gov. Shannon, is authorized to
prepare all necessary papers for pre-emptors
on public lands, and will attend them in per
son at the Land Office, whenever' desired. lie
will also take depositions, acknowledgements
of deeds, &.c. I rorn several years experience
in lis profession, he hopes to perform its du
References. R. B. Carpenter, Esq., Chi
cago, Ills".; James Oliver, Esq., Cincinnati, O .
Rousseau & Rousseau, Louis vili","ly.; Jas. R.
Knight, Esq:, St. Louis, Mo.; Judge John II.
Hallerman, Johnson & Lyle, Col. ' Perkins.
Leavenworth City. 4T-tf
K. s. m'cubbij.
W. P. M'CUBIUN.
T'ortvarding 4 Commission
CORNER OP SECOND AND C ST.,
I CIT Y HOTEL.. .
i (Corner of Miq and Jule Streets,)'
r ST. JOSEPH, MISSOURI.-;
S. ALtEI? phoPRIETOR;
rpHjS well known house has been newly fitted
J and furnished in every part, and the - tabl
will always be furnished with the best that
the market affords
See. Sign "City HoTEI..,, - tf
(Late" Sheriff of Douglas county;)
mu ESTATE JUSQ L&m
Leeompton, ' . ..Kansas Territory
LANDS purchased; claims entered; taxes
paid and all business pertaining to a first
class land agency promptly executed IMJiaim
entered on time. ' .
March 16-57- ly
J0. WILSON. , , . t , ! , ROBERT P. CLARK
WILSON & CLARK.
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS
Office at Platte City- Jflo.
EO.W. BELT. ' HENRY COLMAN
BELT & COLMAN,
Weston, Mo. '
WHOLESALE and Retail dealers in Dry
Goods and Groceries, Clothing, Boots
and Shoes, &c., &c. Outfitting goods in great
variphv Alan fumri r-A'.,.rr ... I .
Leeompton, K. T
. A. J. FRANCIS
Osawkee, K. T
SHANNON & FRANCIS,
Aiun.ntuxs AWJJ COUNSELLORS at
" law, &.c. Will attend to all business that
may ne entrusted to their care in the first Ju-
aicai . jjistrict. - "2y
L. D. BIRD, i : - w. II. MILLER
Weston.' - ' Parkville.
BIRD & .MIUEtt,':
Attorneys and .Counsellors at. Law,
OFFICE in Park's new stone building cop
nere Main and Water strppf a
ri ; . " S. DICIiSOX,
Co nun iss i on Jflercha nt .
WILL attend to receiving and forwarding.
All Goods forwarded on commission will
receive immediate attention. .
St.; Loris. R. H. Stone, T. II Larkim 1
L,exington. A. M. Chad wick, J. II. Li-ht-
St. Joseph. Middleton &.'Rilv. John Cir.
by. . : . . - -
-E. Cody, Belt & Coleman, M. R.
vffc. 129 secoi
BACOtf , HYDE & CO., -
econu street, St. Louis, Mo. ,WLole-
ers in t , . ,
DRUGS, PAINTS, OILS, WINDOW-
GLASS, PUTTY, VARNISHES, &c.'
Sell only at lowest rates for cash and short
time bankable paper. .;
' Wers from the country promntlv filled
and quality always guarantead.
sept. iu.. ... . ; .
A. G. miller;
ORWARDING and Commission Merchant,
. also,'Goeral Steaiaboat Acent. and Col-
ector,No. 100, Levee, Leavenworth City, Kan
sas .territory. ...-,-..
References W. IT. Russell. Col. E. C.
McCarty, Col. J. J. Clarkson, Leavenworth
City, K. T.; Col. S. W. Blrck. Pittsburc; Pa.;
Wilson Strader, Cincinnati. O : B. F. Sasa. St.
Louis, Mo.j M. L. Young, O. W. Belt, Weston,
Mo. ; March 16 ,'57 $lv.
WEST, & McASIIA N.
Corsxr op Second and Frakcis St.,
J ;;sijoscth, Mb; : ; f (v
HAVE in store the following named articles
which thef offer to the traa
casu : .v h ; H-i
75 hhds N O sugar ?
25 bbls clarified do .
40 do powdered do j.
20 do crushed do ,
10 hhda refined do ;
100 bags RLtt coffee .
15 do Java do -O . -;.
20 do Mocha do 1
10 coils grass rope . i
20 doz bed cords
50 do plow lines t l
21 coils sash cord ,
50 bbls reboiled mo
40 hlf bbls do do
35 do Belcher's do
80 kegs sugar house
150 do Carolina tar -25
bbls do do .
50 do Kanawha salt
500 sacks G A do
150 bis rectified whisky
100 hlf do- do
50 bbls old bourbon do
60 hlf do do A - do
10 do - do do ' 'do
. 35 bbls cognac brandy -
zu air do do- "
5 bbls Holland gin '
10 do pure peach brandy
5 casks im. port wine
10 bbls malaga - do '
3 qr casks "nne brandy
5 bbls fine 'old whisky
50 boxes assorted candy
i 15 do fine crackers
10 do prunes 1 '
25 doz Preston and Mer-
' rill's yeast powders
15 do Babbitt's do
10 bHls pickled herring
A of r .in11iia ,
S8 a88OTted shot 25 gss velvet corks -50
do Buck - do 40 dox painted buckets
Tkegsbarlead.: 100,000 percussion caps
t00 qrs wrapping paperlftO kegs asst nails
,do a do 25 ton iron all sizes
200 large kettles ass't 6 do asst castings ' -150
bxs Malaga rafsinsl26 boxes cheese - -10
casks Carolina rice 25 bbls vinegar !
300 bbls lime lOObxsman'f'dtobacca
15 bxs Imp and G P tealO bxs ginger brandy.
Herring, mackerali codfish, 8almon,8had, white
fish, sardines, oysters, pie fruits, almonds, ;
a,outs Pecans' cream nuts,
niberts, figs, prunes, raisins, zante
currants, citron, macaroni,
' ' , champagne, port 1 wine, i
-Maderia wine,:.ror-.. r ,
dials, asst pick
, les, . pre-.
.r - . ' , ' serves -t .-..; , , , r
Mustard, . soda, starch, pepper sauce, catsup
nutmegs, cloves, :battlng, soda, crackers,,
ticking, stoneware, wash boards, tubs. .
wooden ware, brooms, willow and
) - ; . ca"e ware,"broom3, willow and ; .
cane cb.airs, children's .
wagous,butter crack- ., ,
f. .. : v , ers, cigars, play, . . ,
; ing cards all -.
' . kinds, -
Matches, blacking, &c.
iw, mil, nana, castings. Dusrwv
axles and boxes.
Billings' Patent Fire and, Water
1 roof ltooji ng.
rriHIS most valuable roofing material was
J. patented by Horace Billings of Beards-
town, Illinois, in 150; since which time it has
been subjected to the most rigid tests for dura
bility. As a roofing material it has also prov
ed to be invaluable and enduring. The elegance
of finish it imparts to a building, the ubiquity
of the materials of which it is composed, and
the fact that it combines the valuable qualities
of nearly every other kind df roofing, being a
non-conductor of heat, thereby yielding a de
cree of comfortin summer to the buildings cov-
ered with it, afforded.by no ordinary material j Jrd
and imparting no prejudicial quality whatever
Child, Pratt 'Si Co,, Humphreys, Tutt&, Ter
ry, bt. Louis; S. J. lurner & Co., Weston
Powell, Levy St Co., St. Joseph, Mo. .. v .
DOITDAI-I-, MARM.IAM & CO.;
WfasJiington Foundry, '
ENGINE AND MACHINE SHOP, U
Corner of Second , and Morgan Sis.,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
M ANUFACTURERS of Steam Engines and
Boilers, Saw and Grist 'Mill Machinery,
Single and Double Circular Saw Mills, Tobac
co Screws and Presses, Lard Kettles, Lard
Screws and Cylinders, Wool Carding Machines
Building Castings, Young's Improved Patent
Smut Mills, &.c.
Agents for the sale of James Smith &. Co.'s
Superior Machine Cards.
Aug S-57-ly. ' 1 "' ; .' '; ;'. , '
A. J. 1SACKS. t . : WM. B- ALMOND.
ALMOSD & ISACKS,
ATTORNEY S A T L A W
Jcomptori 1 and Leavenworth . CitieslJ Kansas.
WILL practice In ihe courts'of ;the lsl, 2d
and 3d JudictkKDistricts,'andiu the Su
preme courts of the Territory ; also before the
register and-receiver of the Land Office. All
business entrusted to, their care ; will -receive
Erompt attention ; oa ?of the firrrt residing in
eavenworth and the other at Leeompton.
, j.ijm. ROUNirr,
STORAGE, Commission and For
warding Merchant, and General Steam
boat Agent, I.aLd Broker and Dealer in Real
Estate, Geary City, K. T. June 20-tf
to rain water, but leaving it pure; and suitable
for culinary purposes : has earned for it a ce
lebrity, equalled by no other invention of the
aee, in the same length of time. For the proof J
of which, the subscribers would invite the at- !
t intion of all interested, to testimonials in their
possession. , , . ...
For sale by PETIFISH, SHORT & CO., !
Atchison, K. T., who -have purchased the right j
or an mis ierritory, north of the Kansas riv
er, exceyt. Doniphan county. - ;
r. Oils, Faints' Tgesnffs ,
' A NO. I article, on hand and for sale 'cheap
Jul . . bowman & blair. - .,
To Fre-Emj)tors in Kansas i Ten
fPIIE Land Office in Kansas Territory will
, be opened at Leeompton in a few days, for
proving up Pre-emption claims, and the under
vigned have also opened an office at the same
place, are prepared to attend to all such busi
ness in the Land Office, or in the courts atLe-
complon- line or our' firm can hereafter be
found at Leeompton, and a.y communication
senc to our address at Atchison, Leeompton K.
T., or Weston Mo. j will meet with prompt at
tention. ABELL & STRINGFELLOW.
No 4-Jtf : - ' .
Ire enriner the Siek to an extent nerer
. before known of an j Medicine.
INVALIDS, READ AND JUDGE FOR YOURSEL VES.
JUI.ES HAVEL, Esq., the well known per&nier,. of
Chestnat Street, Philadelphia, whose chuic sroducta
tire fuiind at alinoet every toilet, says : '
I am happy to say of your Cathabtic Pilu, that I
have found them a better family medicine, for common
than any other within my knowledge. Many of my
friends have realized marked benefils from' them, and co
incide with me in believing that thay possess extr.iordinary
rirtues for dri'ins out diseases and curing rhn biVV Th.
ire iwt only effectual, but safe and pleasant to be takea JL
imiuie wnicn niui mase ueoi valued by the public
hen they are known."- '.'
Hie venerable Chancellor WARDLAW writes from Bat-
(ore, jocii April, jc;yi '
Da. J. C. Area Sir: I have taken vmnr Pitu with
great benefit; for Hie listlessness, languor, Una of appetite,
and Bilious headache, which has of late year overtake
me in the spring. A few doses of your Pills cured roe. I
have used your Clierry Pectoral many years In my family
for couchs and colds with uafoilin' khym. , Yi nk.
medicines which ckre : and I feel it a Dleamira-ta emiimiiuil .
you for the good yia have done and are doing."
JOHN F. BEA1TV, Esq., Sec. of the Penn. Railroad Co: ;
ays . .... .
" Pa. R. R. Office, Philadelphia, Dee. 13, 1853.
"Sir: I take uleaeure in addincr mv testimanv tn th
efficacy of your medicines, having derived very material
oenem iroin tuo use ot uotii your rectora! and Uataanic
Pillc. I am never without them in mv family, nor Khali I -
ever consent to be, while my means will procure them.'
The widely renowned S. 8. STEVENS, M. D., of. Went.,
worm, xv. ii., writes: . .
" Having used your Cathabtic Pills tn my practice, I
certify from experience that they are an invaluable purga
tive, in capes or disordered functions oi tne liver, causing
leadaehe. indigestion, costiveness. and the treat variety
of dteeaties that follow, they are a surer remedy than any
other. In all cases where a purgative remedy is required.
1 confidently recommend these. Pills to the public, as
superior to any other I have ever found. They are Mire
In tneir operation, ana pertectiy sate qnanues wnicn
make them an invaluable article for public use. I have
Gir tnanv VMra Vniran vniir CMerm Pectoral as th lest
Cough medicine m th. world; and these Pills are in no
Wise infonnr to ""
meat of diseases." ; v
" Aden, Me., JVat,. 25, 1853.
"Da. J. C. Ate Dear Sir: I have been afflicted from
my birth with scrofula in its worst form, and now, after
twenty years- trial, and an untold of amount of suffering;,
have been completely cured in a few weeks by your Pills
With what feelings of rejoicine I write can only be
imagined when you realize what I have suffered, and bow
" Never until now have I been free from this loathsome
disease in t-onie shape. At times it attacked my eyes, and
made me almost blind, besides the unendurable pain ; at
others it settled in the scalp of my bead, and destroyed my -bair,
and has kept me partly bald all my days; sometimes
it came out in my fare, and kept it foi mouths a raw sore -
"About bine weeks a-o I commenced taking your Ca- .
thartic Fills, and now am entirely free from the complaint.
My eyes are well, my skin is lair, and my hair has com
menced a healthy growth ; all of which makes me feel
already a new person, -a
" Hoping this statement may be the means of conveying
information that shall do good to others, i am, with every
sentiment of gratitude, ' . Yours, &c.,
. 11AR1A BirKM .
" I have known the above named .Maria Bicker from
aweinrnt is strictly true.
ANDREW J. M ESRBVT?
-Overseer of the Portsmouth Manufacturing Co.
Csrr. JOEL PRATT," of . the ship Marion, writes from
Boston, 20ih April, 1654:
" Your Pills have cured me from a bilious attack which "
rose Iroin derangement of the liver, which had become
very serious. . 1 had failed of any relief by my Physician,
and from every remedy I could. try ; but a few dusef
your Pills bave completely restored me to health. I have
given them to my children for worms, with the best ef
fects. They were promptly cured. I recommended them
t a friend for costivenais, which bad troubled him for
months ; he told we in a few days they had cured ban.
You make the best medicine in the werld : and I am free .
to say so."
Head this from the distinguisUed Solicitor ef the Supreme'
Court, whose brilliant abilities bave marie him weit
JtBown, not only in this but the neighboring States.
. t v. Orttnu. ilk April, 1851.
-.LrS I?v.g!?t Mon- In awuringfou that
If.'L. fatly have been very muck bem-fifeJ by your
medicises. My wife was cored, two years since, of ksel
vere and dangerous cough, by your CHa,v "icToa!T
nd smce then-bas enjoyei piriect health." ly"bUdn "
S tnTcrLhtT W M
enssa and Croup by ft. Jt is an invaluable remedy for
C"l?n m.,' f"nn fyspep.a and eostlveness, which bai
grown upon me fcr some years, indeed, this enreis
; . . .. . Uprigllt . .
x .... . , Wimfow Glass. ; ...
A GOODarupplj of Window Glass for sale
JX br i : : BOWMAN & BLAIR.
AGENTS to Mttet Dry Goods to
vUw customers' as fast n Ti;r
ells them, at the very low price at which he
... ....... m . ,
- CASDLES 1XD SOAP
OF excellent quality-, for sale cheap by
- BOWMAN & BLA1
j - Tor Sale9 -;
A- GOOD nprlaad Claim, three and a half
xtl- miles from Atchison -wood. wtr r..
cleared land convenient. Apolv to
may 30, McBRATNEY, ADAJ15 & CO.
windful of it.
, . .. ' v - " M'ti" wo are not ua-
lof t" . Xoura resnectfullv. : .
k J fr!! J fV ,n brtIr health now than bi
rf w?. W' h I attribute entirely to the effectt
of jour CTHAarie Pitts Yours wkh great respeetT- !
' ?. - LUCIUS . METCALF,"
wbe I"',''1 fn?n Pew who are publicly knows
m.nr. I wLr!f'd!t and ;ho would not nake these state-
i - aorougn conviction that they were true.
Prepared by DR. J. C. AYER & C0 -rraetw
al and Analytical CliemiBU, Lowell, Mass.
ft- --i '' " - AND SOtD BI j)! ' -- !' V i : "'re
S. Dietsoh and N. C. RoswelI,; Atchison, K.
T , Formatt" and Farkuharson, Doniphan, K.
T Shrive an4Maey,-Wliite . Cloud, K. . T.,
Barnard, Adams St, Co., SL Louis, and all Drug
gists. ' '' - -
" July 11-ly.
i TN presenting to the public the claims of thi
! JL ; machinery, we will state that its production
iis the result of the combined efforts f several
of the most practical machinists and experi
enced 'saw-milY men in the- country.
During the lat few years we have examined
many new inventions and appliances in this
con ection, ' andr:have consulted with several
thousand mechanics, folly, experienced in the
i use or. inaciimery lor in?,manuracture or lum
ber. During the last y-ear we have sold aud
shipped to various par&bf this cbntinent near
ly one hundred steam mills, the results of which
have afforded us a- large amount' lof practical
information, as to the difficulties.-; to be over
come, the defects to. be guarded against, and
tne oDjects to tie obtained in machinery of this
Character. t:c-i ?
The Mill we now offer does not claim its su
periority from any single improvement or pat
ent which it may embrace, but as a . combina
tion of all the '' moat' valuable improvements
which could be included with a single machine
added to which are several new appliances
lately patented,-and others for which patents
have been applied for. It has been thorough
ly ana practical, y lescea, ana nas oeen examin
ed by a large! number of well-known' scientific
and experienced mechanics, whose certificates
we snail soon publish, all of whom pronounce
it more simple ir its construction", more dura
ble and more efficient in its operations than any
uuu cici ucioreyrwauceu. mt -
i : ,THE MOTIVE POWER; '
i The engine and boiler which "have been plan-
jicu auu cubsu um ior anvinrjne "Uombma-
uon iwiy," are so compact ana substantial and
So easily managett that almost everv extensive
farmer or- planter would; find them . as conve-
nientaodvaiualIe tor tbs farm or plantation as
a span of horses or a yoke of oxen. No one
need be deterred from the possessor of this
motive power, by apprehensions of difficulty
in running or taking are of it, for it is so sim
plified as to be within the comprehension of
any juutciuus person, wno win uote the instruc
tions always turnisned with it.
; Ihe engine is nine feet long,, has an eight
tjriiuun:i, riuieen men stroke, with feed
pump aicuea 10 ana operated by the ; engine
ue aming puny, winch also servpo for a hal.
ance wheel, is five feet in diameter and ten inch
j. ne Doner is or locomotivi enpofnfmn in
feet long, containing 44 tubes', 1 inches in xli-
amecer. ine nre box 3b inches long and 2
inches wide; smoke nines 18 inches in liatn-
The engine and boiler which we usually fur
nishmay be rated at fourteen, hors power,
which is sufficient to drive the Mill, together
with a circular saw, shingle mill, a small grist
mill, or other machinery of a similar character.
As surplus power is always of great advantage,
o iub i-unei we aiways turniah witU the
,; ; PRICES: , : "
.We furnish these mills
enoea aoove, including all the screws, bolts
beltings, grate bars savvy-primp,- wrenches
crowbars, and eveiything necessary to be nsd'
in or about the mill in running, exreptin- the
two long bed pieces and the wood work of the
curiae, wnicn can easily be made anywhere
cue wnoie put up ami boxed, and delivered to
tins city, on board tbe desired transportation
nne, cur 5iuou, witu uie addition of freieht
To parties desiring larger power, we can fur
nish an engine and boiler of eighteen horse pow
er, constructed in the same style as the above
witn a mill containing an eight foot saw, and.
The above are our lowest cash terms, paya
ble on delivery in the city. I,
POTABILITY AND FREIGHTAGE.
, ' The mill arid power as described above, all
complete, weighs five tous, as follows :
. Boiler, with connexions,... 3,400 lbs
Engine, 2,4t)0 1 bsl
Mill, . . . . . . . . , ... m 2Q0 lb8
Ihe whole establishment, with frt.,r
yoke of oxen, either upon carts, wagons or
trucks, can be easily mov.nl at the rate of from
15 to 20 miles per dav. The entim r.,..:..-.-..
can be taken apart, and put together armin ,
few hours time. Thus the necessity of movinrr
the log3 a long distance to the mill, ia anit
ooviaieu, as it is mucn cbeaper to mo taomin
to the lojrs. As it will be r-ceved, there is
UU II1U.BLI1I nun , j ..v. uuiiuiii-, un
less the parties choose to erect a rough shed to
protect the operators from the weather.
& WINTER TRADE
ut!te?M (L'eDiSlbffiiisieil '
? - - '
f ! ' WHOLESALE ANC RETAIL DEALER IN
Stores, Hollow Ware
' ..: - :l ! ? ;.AndManufaclurex of .
; C0PPEF, AND SHEET. JM)M--
KTOJTLT respectfully invite the attention of the citizens ot Kansa 'Mlwn ! v
! V V to purchase., to call and examine being confident that 1 have SI b7SSS of
house on the Missouri embracing in part. Buck's InTirTrl P..v .rJ!- ?' "J
umph,Tro-BoxandIda. Also, aJargePand compete I?rtm.nt ffiSEJL?"'
lor. Cottage, Bex; Seven and Ten Plate Stoves, "ortm.nt of .the lateat pattern, ef Hr.
Notwithstanding the present terrific rates of f rieghty the proprietor feels undismi 4 -now
selling cheaper than any ther dealer in the West, foe cash inmsmiyRd and
House Gutters and Spouting of Copper, Lead, Zinc or Tin "; Tin, Zinc or Iron Hoof.. ..V
all kinds of J ob Work m the trade, done . ith punciality and dispatch: bjt "
Nov." 7, 1857. , J n t
TO KANSAS E MIGRANTS;
: THE ATCHISON STEAM FERRY-
IS now in full operation. " Having received our new and comTpdious boat, we are full- V
pared to cross Wagons, Horses, Cattle, Footmen, &c, at any time without arfiv 7
icuiaon Deiaj situatea in iansas on tne mitwMm i..n.i k- kit: ,
Bloomington, Buchanan County, Mo., is the best crossing th ',f . ItT 0PPk
point to all th Territory north of the Kansas river.- Persons going to the wutW T?.
Territory, will also find it the best nlace to cross th Min,r 5 W 80Utnera Part of tL
The country surrounding cannot be surpassed, and the outlet tnd road leadine to
Atchison to any point of the Territory, are better nd nrtin
i"6 -Sf5 "f.Iif,?lbaI ?D- paralIel i-ine n.mni? throu center of KansaV. IcrLJ!!
T ? "
niiia-onlvfour n.ilea wPRtnf thAton . v - o V". 'XTS .r w. venworift n. .
uc iiiiaauuii jvivei. auu IS Uie. most aniaceiit noint tn tha rart 4
hopper,-Vermillion,-Big Blue, and Kansas River. Jt is the best starting point foral
wvmuuiiiia. uirUil, aim oait Xake : CUe CTeal raVPrnmpnt rnl frnm C',k
The Boat being new, and bjiilt after the most approved model, capable of carrvinfflM Wrf
cattle at a crossing, together' with our determination to give it strie attentloo llrLt
depend on being accommodated at all times. WJL. CHALLKS Jt rn p . '
Atchison, June 1st, 1857. ; . '. .- . . . T. CO., Propnetori.
the : World rhclfGoD
WE have now the largest, most complete, cheapest and best assortment of
CLOTHING, AND DRY. GOODS
Eer brought to a Kansas market. : In style and clKannp 7. u - - . . '
outdone. Our variety of Dress Goods, ClU Wren's Go ,,W
ing Goods has been selected with care, and TisVchoice one ,.tlOM' "f1 ctleme09 Fu.ai
v e nave also made arrangements to alv
. ays keep on hand a sunnlv of ff. Kf -.'r. -
naoaa, Lard:, WMsky, Sugrar. Goffeo, &e &c.
lie CARR, wholesale BocvB..ri Lt,
"Srom Duddertext's Advertising Asencv.
14, SECO.-SD STREET, ST. LOUIS. MO.
ED WARD BOYLE,
SHEET-IRON worker, Boiler maker, and
Blacksmithinff- in ireneraJ t tnanufaruirpr
of Rivets, Railroad Chairs and Spikes. N. E
Corner Mam and Cherrv streets. St. Lj3?t.-CVw .
rtapairing done iipnr- - T, t
HOW MUCH IT WILL DO.
The speed of this Mill is about three hun
dred stroks of theaw per minuteand the feed
from 7-8 to of .an inch for every, stroke de
pending upon the character of the timberr.
Thus,' at a medium speed the saw would cut
through a log 12 feet long in from one to two
: From this data, any practical, man-.-can see
that it is capable of cutting about 3 G00 feet 6f
inch boards in 12 hours.
It will saw more rapidly than any mill we
hae ever seen, while its advantages over the
circular mill are, that it is cheaper, requires
less power to run it, is much less liable to get
out of order, i3 much less expensive to repair,
when damaged, does less imperfect work,
wastes less in cutting, is not dangerous to the
parties attending it like the circular mill, and
is capable of cutting much larger timber.
me segments and friction wheels we furnish
for the carriage are sufficient to saw Io-s twen-
cy-rour reec long. An extra length will be sent
whn desired, and an extra charge made. The
pump sent is worked by the engine, add is suf
ficient to raise water about twenty feet. Where
it is desirable to raise water to supply the boil
er, f ram a greater depth, a force pumnwill he
furnished and ari extra charge made for it.
drawings ana run explanations are sent with
each mill, also a complete model, showin all
the parts put together on a small scale, with
each part numbered the same as the correspon
ding part of the machinery of the mill. Thus
assurance is made doubly sure, that no one can
fail o put up the mill and run it without diffi
culty.. . . The rt Combination Mill" ' i
fered'to the public as the most simple,'efficient
and. practicable machine for . cnm.r-.
Inmber.evcr produced. , . . . .
No mill is considered ordered nnf-il t 'tiLt
S100 is paid upon" it. . , .....
All orders" should be addressed to Brar Sc
Burrows, St. Louis, Mo.,; sole agents for the.J
vv esc, or to . .
.. . . J. M. EMERSON, New-York.
P. S. One of these mills can be seen at any
time in operation, in St. Louis, by' calling a't
our office corner of Third and Markets streets.
n n 1 1 tm n
constantly on bani-tJeographies, Philo-
1 2J2aiHrieg, &c, nbw in UBe, which they ffer J
-at the Lowest Prices to cash or proapt
paying customers. . - .
Their stock cf Foreign and Domestic St,
tioncry, Blank Books, Printing and Writifii
. Paper, has been selected u ith the greatest cire,
and is equal to any, one in the West. Havrnf
an extensive Bindef-y attached in their ejiib
lishmeut, ther are prepared to'roanufactare l
kinds of Blank Books to order, and at short not
tice. . ; -.- -.marm -
. These Safes are now admitted to be superior (Wl .i '
to any ever offered to the nublici and thi sub,- lUltniStratOrS Voflfe.
scribers challenge the world to preserve an in- - "jyTOTTCE is hereby given that the undefsifv.,
stance of their safes failing to produce' their -L-t ed lias obtained" from the Clerk eflir
contents through the hottest fires, or a burglar :; Probate Court of Atchison. County, Kansu
picking the lock: Terjitory, letters of Administration opontki
The subscriber's and their agents are the m- estate of. llo'bert English, deceased, dated Jom
ly persons authorized to make and . sell Her ; : I57iAl persons having claims agtiait
ring's Patent Champion Safe, with Hall's Pat4 .'8ai.estatere. requested to pregert tienor
ent powder-prtof locks. "all6Va"n"ce properly attested, within on jew -
S. C. HERRING & CO.;l.; ' from the date of said letters, or thej may b '
Green Block: 135, 137 and 129 Water-' precluded from anv:benefit of said estafc, and
sc., ana zo l uroaaway, cor; . or JMurray st.y:
New York. . - . , - . f
ngs Patent Fire-Proof Safes.
WITH Hall's patent powder-proof locks -the
same that were awarded separate
Medals at'-the World's Fair, London, 1851,
and are the only, American Safes that were
awarded Medals at the London World's Fair.
r UEENS WARE.
large lot for ale
NQTIE ia hereby given that the nulersign- -"ed
has obtained from the Probate Court
of Atchison County, K. T., letters of ad minis-'
tion tipon the estate of Spencer P. Wade, dee'd,
dated April 14, A. D., 18o7.
All persons having claims against said estate
are reauired to present ' them for allowances
firoperly authenticated within, one" year from
he date ef said letteTf orjthey may be preclu
ded from any benenc or aia estate, and if such
claims be notexhbiited within three years from
the date of said letters, they will be forever
carred. ' " : ; f SQUIRE WADE,
' May-9tf ' ; J ' .i-- 'Administrator. "
Something for every Lacty:
Sliepard's Oreat Benefactor, .'
HE greatest periodical remedy ever ijiscov :
JL ered. One thousand boxes retailed month -ly.
The benefactor is infallible for the imme
diate removal of Obstructions, Irregularities,
Prolapsus Uteri (falling of the womb,) Len
chorrhea fcr Whites, and all the diseases pecu
liar to females.
This remedy has never in a single case failed"
in producing the,Menses. I have received many ,
letters of recommendation, which all say,- ,fItf
is the best remedy we have ever used."; Sick-t
ness at stomach, headache,' languor, debility,"
pains in the head, side and back, loss of apje--cite,
coitiveness, See., are some of he symptoms .
whieli attend irregular Mensuration. I Lis rem
if such claims be not exhibited wit&ia thru
... years' from the date of said letters, tbej will ht
forever barred - - -
CLARK W. HUBBARD, Adnm'r.
Junel3-tf ' -
;: . BEEF 'MARKET.
THE undersigned . wiU supply the
citizens of Atihtioij and vicinity
wit a superior article of Beef. Mar-
iketdaya, TUESDAYS and SATURDAYS.
Market House on C street.; Having ample
perience in the business, fee leela safe ia p"
, anteeing satif raction, ' , "
The highest price in cash paid for good t
fed beef. .-, ... . .
l4-tf : : . fcn , - PHILLIP LIX-
kXj cellent assortment of Biilding Hardware,
fidy is crtaih to. remove one and all of thns I J U &.BLAIK have on fiano
symptoms. -' ' T-':" ''
signature on each box. Tbi: remedy may .j whidltliew will;l t "
. j, . vciiciii. aggui Luicxii, err j u .
rB sure and get the genuine, which has irryT Buch as Ironfalls, Butts, Screws,
astern retail price Call and examine.
for Bale. Inqwrt
had by addressing J S. tSH EPP ARD, .West
Fourth street, Cincinnati, ana enclosing $1 and
the remedy will be sent by return mail.
N. B. Ladies that are pregnant should, not
tiEe this remedy, as it is sure to bring-on. mis-
.:.r..! (hAnirh nn indirv fl hftalf H ixAiil1Fnl IT
IXit tlnohnv Sl.thrM boxes S2. All loff.r. - T'N rrvnntr for Trv- Goods OT GfOCffj
of innuirv must contain apostate stamn to en-! iij Drv Ilides.. Beeswax. Coon Skins
4 RK&RP. Onmikrin
ii; of , McgR ATNE Y,'ADA518, CtV
sure an answer. f- -.. .ri
, . -J- S. SHEPPARD,
Sole Proprietor, 'Cincinnati, Ohio.'
Aug8'57ly. '.., ; - ' ' ; :'::
Skins, Hink Skins, Taw, Butter,
Cheese, ; anc' "Cotton - Ragir' Corn,
Wheat, Floury jd In fact all kindsof ProlQfe
at its value, at, - S. DlCKSgygu
HARDWARE The best stock I" 5f
for sale by ' . r rLORD tMcEWEi,
" Lumber " for. Sale.
A VING". jrarch'aW the.'; new Steam &
: Mill at the Ferry1 Landing, -knLl
"Kline's Mill ? any order lor BuiWiW
BOOTS &,SHOS-Hpf extra q.iality. for sale
by - LORD & McE WEN.
A LARGE lot extra gloves, may be found at
the Atchison boot and shoe store.
Oct. 31,57. WALTERS & GUILDS.
Ka hsas r T e r r it o ry .
THE treth plainly told will . show beyond a
.doubt that OCENA i already a city .
The surface of the earth was so inbulded by
the plastic hand of thej Creator that a few points.
in tha wide expanse.of Nature! were destined -, tr. piaftv .it ht nromptlj '
to eclipse all others. Oceni Is, one of, those ed..; 'First come, rst erved.n ,- nnT '
points.. Located as it is, on the uorth-east bank-... t.. er - ' . w V flAYLOB1
of the Stranger Creek, in the county of Atcbir, : ' '-' " :
son, where roads leading from Doniphan and1 I JsQlialZ CVSrr CTUtT
St. Joseph- to Leccmpton -are- intersected hv.r-m -rrsxir i.v'. A mr fimsttB, 1
roads leading from Atchison . to GraehoPP i j"Jf nffi.TTd if ZL'hZ not tie '
Falls and OsW e j and alsd being- upon 1 totSv ?Sth' VotSn SrS bow'.
great thoroughfare Waning up an
valley of the Stranger; it offers rnore wdqe-.. fcen.-Pomeroy vT?v ECAYLOI
raents for a large and prosperous' inland town" - r fW 7 -- '- f " u '
persons anxious to thrive, and. desirous-1 f ob- -
raining a home on reasonable termitf'will do well ' " OODr timber an4 prairie i
jj umoer ana irrajrie siu T
td settle in Ocena. Forurther particulars in --VJ sold... Also,' business lots on 'TTfer
reference to the town apply to
ISAAC S. II A SC ALL President,
or M. C. FINNEY, Secretary.
dwellings in ail parts of the town.
Office, opposite the Hotel, on Atehiw
May 9 W. E. GAYLOKv-
f Mr. Sec
rty was ad