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Leaves Wednesdays at 6 k. m.1
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Weekly mail to Plymouth,' Toledo and Cotton
wood Falls, west; also to Bayard, Eldorado and
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Office open Sundays irom x n.w r. .
t . . Beligious.
..IffteWMrrilaTis'ot the United Presbyt
mnTCntureH( Dl preach at Templars Hall,
j jn tbis-place, this evening at half-past 7
,. Republicans, -Bally 1 'T':, ,
The Republicans of Madisonj County are
requested to meet in a Mass Convention al
Elmendaro,; on Saturday,, August , 20th,
1859, at 1 o'clock P. M., for the purpose of
appointing1 five delegates to attend the Dis
trict convention, to be held at Elmendaro
on the Gth of September . next, to nominate
a candidate for a member of the Council of
the next Territorial Legislature, ;and to or
ganize fully for : the Fall Campaign that is
approacning. l. IS ..Jiesiraoie loai every
Republican voter in the county be present
on this occasion. ', -
By request of many voters.
County Convention.., v
The Republicans of Butler County are
requested to meet in ; Convention, at Chel
sea, on Saturday, August 20th; 1859, for
the purpose of appointing three delegates to
attend the District Convention, to: be held
at Elmendaro the 6th of September next,
to nominate a candidate for a member of
the council of the next Territorial . Legisla
ture, and to do such other business as
may come before the convention.1 A full
attendance is desired. ;
July 30th 1859.
The publication of the new Constitution
prevents us from giving bur usual variety
this week. But we know we could not fill
our space in a manner more acceptable " to
our readers. ' We hope : they will all'give it
a careful perusal. : t ; '(
At the temperance meeting held here on
Saturday, numerous accessions were made
to the members of the Society. The meet
incr was an interesting one, and productive
of good.'. May we have' many more such.
The Treasurer of Ajiderson County, Kan
" sasi advertises for Bale r in the Osawatomie
Herald, eight thousand nine 1 hundred and
twenty nine acres of land, for' the payment
of taxes of 1858. " ( .
The Cincinnati Times says there is but
comparative little business being done now
upon the Ohio rjverj and that an immense
fleet of excellent boats are lying idle, not
being able to make running expenses.
The land sales at! Dakota City, N. T.,
closed on the 20th ult. But few persons
were in attendance, and only a small quan
tity of land was sold.
A Catholic College is toi " be erected in
Atchison City, Kansas. A donation of
money was made to it by the King of. Ba
varia. . .
Several new advertisements are unavoid
ably crowded out this week. They will ap
pear in ur next issue, i .C:jV ,7
: 'Emporia Market. ,
Ftora Extra-Superfine, $4 75 per cwt
Potatoes 100 , i
Apples Dried, 3 00 per bushel.
Peaches Dried, $4 00 per bushel.
Ceackxbs 1520 eta per lb.
BirrTEa 12J " "
Bogs 10 "
Cheese 20 " ' '
Scoak Brown, 12, , ctsperlb.''
white, i6 v " , ;:
Rice 810 -
Teas 50tl '' ' " " , i 1
White Fish 15 "
Mackerel Ke. 1, 15. "-fc T
Molasses per gallon ,-75 "
Bawo Fivp-l 00 Qi-
UiL Linseed, 1 50
VwEQAa ' 30 "
Beef Ci0 cu. per B..
' Lakd 15 - ------
Bacom 14 ' i
Pickled Pokk 14
Tobacco 3075 . , . .
Salt per sack of 200 lbs, fo 00 '
Dairy, 3040 eta per sack.
Cakdles Tallow, 20 cts. per lb.
Sperm, 30 " - -v
Soap 1012UCU. -. ; . -Nails
67 . :
Powsbb Blasting. :40a. ' '
" Bifle. 50 "
Whttc Lead per kr, 25 lbs; 3 00; --'
Lcmbeb $25 00$30 00. ' '
Shikoles $44 50 per thousand. f ' ;
Chaix 121 cts. Der B.
Olass PxlO per 50 feet. $4 00.
" " J 0x12 " " 4 50.;f "SV
10x14 " 4 75r '
7 'i . : "
WOODWABD & PINLEY,
In BabcocV' & 'Lykins rickBuildingv
Are reeei ting "from "Sthtouis1 and the Eastera
Cities their immense --.- -
Spidfag-' !Stbclc of ;
Selected by one of tae firm just returned from tho
jtast. v e nave ine -
-.''Ant i ":-.!7T-rrc ''rv ' f
LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE DRUG
-WEST OF st: LOUIS
WewUlWuplUa'dVe'Orth 6r JKansas
y yity BuU tnthr prugs. and' 'Medicines, ?
- cf the best quality, (guarantied) '
At same Prices,, or Lower!
D 33 AL EES , P H.Y SIC IAN S ,
. , - AND THE PUBLIC GENERALLY -t
are requested to call or send in their orders which
will receive prompt attention. , .
WOODWARD & FINLEY.
Lawrence Kansasunb. 4th, 1859. ly
CENTRAL KANSAS ,
LAND AND COLLECTION
The Oldest Agency in the ITebsho Valley!
OFFICE AT. TJIE JGMPOIliA HOUSE.
WITH THE COMMENCEMENT OF THE
, uNew Year I wish to return nay hearty thanks
for the: liberal support and enepuragementthat has
been extended to me in my business for the past
two yearsJ This OfiBce was-opefled here about two
years ago, not with the. expectation of realizing a
fortune, but with the, hope of contribntin? some-
thing towards the settlement and improvement of
tnis Deautuui valley, Dy means t direct personal
effort, and by furnishing information to those at
the East who were seeking homes and -occupation
at the West.- rhaye endeavored; to keep steadily
in vie"w the Future bt this town and country, and
by means of considerable labor 'and expense, re
gardless of, present profits ray business is now es
tablished upon a firm and- reliable basis; and I
can offer, to all who?- entrust their business to my
care, an intimate knowledge of the country, its in
habitapjti and their cireumfelances, derived from
extensive travel, and constant intercourse with
settlers, upon and since, their arrival., -I claim to
be thoroughly conversant with the waiits and ca
pabilities of this country, ,and shall never advise
correspondents or emigrants aught .they cannot
realize. My facilities for the transaction of busi
ness are unequalled by any office in the Neosho
Valley.. . I shall attend all the y - -
Government Lakd Sales,
and can safeiy say to capitalists and others who
desire to invest in Western 4 land that I know
I -can buy better land : for : less ; money, than
you could yourselves if present. "Emigrants in
search of claims or eligible situations for business,
can always save time and money by calling at
this office. 'Ltate plats " showing' all-unoccupied
land, always on hand. .'Deeds. Bonds, Mortgages,
Leases, Co-partnerships, and all other legal docu
ments prepared with, care, .and recorded wh.en
Declarations, and 1 Affidavits, made and guaran
teed perfect. In fact, everything connected with
the right of Pre-emption attended to with promDt-
ness and fidelity. - Land "Warrants and Money
luuueu vu commiBSiuii ur mint accouni, anu gooa
Dargains guaranteea in an cases. I nose Having
lana, lowu property or claims to sen can usual
ly find a ready sale through this office, as I adver
tise largely, both in Territorial and Eastern pa
pers. Those wishing to buy can always find a
variety to cnoose trom ana gooa bargains, l will
pay taxes for , non-resident, and.- collect debts in
all the Neosho river counties."
I intend, the. ensuing spring, or as soon as the
temand will warrant, to commence a series of
M O NTHL T A UCTIO N SALES
;Of Real Estate in Town and Country!
I now offer for sate the following property,' the
prices n au eases uw, 10 sun ine runes :
50 Lots iu Emporia, for. cash or on time war
ranty deeds given. J " ' -?
10 Shares in Emporia. ' . . v , - -'A . -
- One House and lot on, Commercial street, suita
ble for; an; office Or 'shop, and. residence; or for a
store. - - - ;
One House and. Lot eorner Merchants StJ and
Sixth Avenue.. - r . ; - - --
160 acres Land 1 miles from town." -80
acres unimproved land one mile from town.
., One share in Toledo. - '-" ":
Eleven Lots and House in Toledo. . 1
Two splendid claims near Toldo. -80
acres land one mile from Emporia.
A fine improved farm of 170 acres, with good
buildings, ten acres timber, three-miles from town.
, 160 acres beautiful land on the Verdigris, 40
acres timber, good water fe5., will be sold very
low, if sold soon. ' . ,
Claims, Claims, Claims of all kinds, and in all
directions from town.
Correspondence solicited. Letters of inquiry
(inclosing stamp; promptly answered.
January ttth, 1853. - -r-.' Emporia Kansas.
IMPORTANT TO PRE-EMPTORS!
FULLY GUARANTEED, WITHOUT T RE
eard to time, for sale at from $8.00 to $10,00
advance on New-York prices (which we receive
daily); PROOF PAPERS free of charge ! ,
0. A. WHITTEMORE & CO., ;
IB .A. ' IN" K.; OE JEl B ' ,
REAL ESTATE AND
Land Warr ant B rbkers,
LEAVESw6RTHCITr tAKD IJSCOMPTON,
Will sell to Pre-emptors .'A.r-.tW
LAN D-.-vW A R R A N TS I "
Guaranteed perfect, at from eight to ten dollars ad
vance on the latest New-York quotations.' ' Proof
nanerii. 1 nrl via mnA noasrr .a;tna
at the Land Office, free of eharge.- - . -
We will alwava rpII t T a n1
loan Warrants on time, at lowest rates.
O" A liberal diCnnt ta th Tnila no (Kma nnr.
chasing quantities. -
r Persons wishing to file their Declaratory State
ments, can enclose them by mail to us (with Land
Office fee), and we will return their receipts as di
rected, free of charge. . . . ma!4m3
Rare 'Chance" for Investment.
THE subscriber offers for;sale, CHEAP FOR
CASH, 1G0 acres of land, within two miles
of Emporia, lying on both sides of the Cotton
wood river and affording one of the Tery best
MILL PRIVILEGES in Southern Kansas, with
ample fall, rock bottom and rock banks. Also
about thirty acres of GOOD TIMBER on the
land. For fiirths 1- ' i i. r k
florae. IsurlinMniA. n v j ' r i v:
oflice m Jfasonic Hall Building. -
x-mpona. June 25.. .;. L. D. BAHLEY.
BURNING FLUID AND LAMPS ''
ForsaUbv' HORNSRY .fc rinv.
- .TtD f.V
' ( -f "itt Vr. liolesale Dealeta :In i
JOB ACCOAN Dt XJICARS
- Campbeli'i Pour' . Stoiy Building,
WEST-LEVEE KANSAS CITYi MO.
HUDDELL, VHEATLEY & CO.,
Have in store the largest and best assortment-of
' Staple and Fancy Groceries,
On the Missouri River, which they offer at EAS-
rnijcs, witn oosto transportanon
aaaea - -.- - .-v -
Ilubbell, Vheatley St Co.,
Purchase their goods direct from FIRST HANDS,
and are offering them at lower prices , than any
uuier uouw on uie Aiissourt mver.
Hubbell Wheatley & Co.,
Offer inducements to EMIGRANTS, that no oth
er House in the West can offer. - -
J i "V f -, j f , f .V :' -
' HUBBELll, WHEATLEY '& CO.;
DEFY COMPETITION ! Their stock is large
ana uiey are determined to sell.
We have ill RtnrA 1rro nnnntifio. nf nun ip
ticlft f usually ; kept in la .. Wholesale Grocery
Merchants of Kansas City, South-west Missou
ri and-Kansas Territory, will do well to examine
our, stock before- purehasing.or ordering from St.
Louis. We will at least convince them that no
house on the Missouri river can undersell us. Re
member that HUBBELL, WHEATLEY & CO.
iu at cunsrcra prices, ana onry aaa cost of trans
'":'.' Hides and. Corn "Wanted !
"COR which the highest market price in gold
,e s - HUBBELL, WHEATLET &lCO.
Kansas City, April 23, 1859.-ly , .
GREAT WESTERN SADDLERY HARDWARE HOUSE
ftl'DONALD & KLINE,
Manufacturers and JDealers in. all kinds of
Saddlery and Harness,
And Wholesale Dealers in ;?i (
Saddlery - Hardware, and Trimmings,
MAIS 8TSKST, NEAR LEVEE, KANSAS CITY, ItO.
-no69-ly 5 i I : K r t
MAIN STREET, KANSAS CITY MO.;
THOMPSON McDANIEL," Proprietor,
JAMES 1. GRAY, Superintendent.
O" This 'House is cenbrally located, has a live
ry ana sale eta Die connected with it. Four lines
01 Biages leave uiis House aaily for different points
j; apr23-6m - -
D. M. BOLAND & CO.,
Importers and Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
CHINA, GLASS & QUEENSWME,
Britama Ware, Tea Trays,
TaWe Cutlery, Window Glass and Liking Glasses
WATER COLORS, 4tC, &C,
THIllD STREET, KANSAS CITY, MO. ":
C. D. FOCLESONC,
DRY GOODS, HARDWIRE,
Boots, Shoe3, Groceries, Hats, Caps,.&c.,
apr23m6 WESTPORT, MO
THE CORNER STORE!
Wl, DIVE L E Y ,
Wholesale and Retail . Deoler 'ia
Groceries and Provisions,
S. E. corner of Main and Third sts.,
apr23m6 KANSAS CITY, MO
DR.' J. Oi BOCCS,
Pioneer Drug and Book Store,
MAIN STREET, WESTPORT, MO.
IS now in receipt of a full Spring supply
Fresh and Genuine.
DRUGS & MEDICINES,
Chemicals, Perfumery, Fancy articles, Patent Med
icines, Paints, Oils, Window Glass and Putty,
and almost every article usually kept in a Drug
btore. ins stocK oi .books embraces a large va
riety of Miscellaneous Works, School Books,
Blank Books, Envelopes, Cap, Letter and Note
Confident that he can and will sell at as low
prices as any house west of St. Louis, he solicits
a call from Physicians and dealers. ' ; apr23m3
PIONEER HARDWARE STORE.
JOHN F. RICHARDS,
In Briek Building, corner Delaware fc Third sts.,
LEAVENWORTH CITY, KANSAS, -
- ' - DEALER IN
IEONj STEEIi, NAILS,
Carpenter and Blacksmith Tools;
CIRCULAR MILL SAWS,
Rubber, belting and Packing, Plows and Farm
ing Utensils. v- r . .-. -; ' -,83-ly"
W. R, S NELSON,
": f ' KANSAS" CITY, MO.
Importer and Wholesale Dealer in
FOREIGN & D03IESTIC DRUGS,
CHEMICALS, PAINTS, )
Oils, Ihis, Braslias, Ww Glass, Class ware, Per
. .FUMEITSV &' FANCY GOODS, ;
and all things belonging to a first-class Drug House.
in addition large ;and,weU;seIected stockpf ,
WINES, LIQUORS, TOBACCO AND CIGARS,
which are offered at very low figures. .
TT Orders respectfully solioitadv - - apr32m6
X. C. SC'CARTT . . " W. C. BAKKliT.
H'CARTY & BAEKLEY, ' y.
FORWARDING & COMMISSION
x: ERC HA 1ST a? S , i. I
General Steamboat Agents
Riddlebarfrer's Fire-Proof Bnildin?;
Nos. 5 and 6 Levee, - - - - KANSAS CITY MO.
feb5-Jy '' ! '.I ' 'vy; -.
V:.;.- To Eeat. - . :
A HOUSE AND ABOUT, THIRTY ACRES
seven miles north of Emporia, known as the Allen
reareou piac.; Apply to lu 13. HAXUbX.
Paper Hanine. Borders. &c: " A ' -
riOMPLETE assortment of all kinds House
and styles to pleaae he most fatidion, I
Oct 30 Lwrenc, Kansas.
WiU resume: the practieeoT"s-: if .i-f--- ;
3iTeaic irie . and'. Surgery,
in Emporia and . vicinity. T ."",1 . '., ., ,rj
i- 5J"Of5ce at the Emporia Housev X ::5 . .i
CLAIM FOR' SALE. - V -A
GOOD PRAIRIE CLAIM FOR. SALE
il cheap, situate two miles south of Emporia on
the road leading to the Yerdigris river. There is a
good log house on the premises, , ten acres fenced,
five acres broke, etc: . Apply to the undersigned
on the premises," or to J. Stotler, at Thb News
office. - - HIRAM CONNER.
' Emporia July 23 1559-tX. ; ' r ; t v
;:;-:5.j:ljew lok , -:: -v
Physician and Surgeon,
, : . , EMPORIA KANSAS!." .. ,
Kr rERExcEs: ; . . . . .
Drs. McDowell & Pope, St. Louis, Mo, 1
CoL Rollosson, Dallas City, I1L -
Dr. S. C. Patterson, .
Hon. J. C Davis, Warsaw, "
u Prof. Brainard, Chicago, , - . - w" . .. "
Dr. McNeal, Springfield, ; "
Robley-Dunglison, Jefferson Inst , Phil.. Pa.
july!6-ly . . - . --. : . . -.- : ,
FOR CASH AXD;OX TIME!
I HAVE JUST RECEIVED a number of Land
Warrants, which I will sell to actual settlers
on Time, on for Cash. Call soon, and secure your
land, as it is rumored the oflice will close on the
10th Sept. next, for this district. --
C. V; ESKRIDGE.
Emporia, K.T., July 2d, 1859.- .
SUBIBIER CLOTHING !
CHAS, C. HASSLES, .
No. 164 Commercial Street, Emporia,
HAS JUST RECEIVED A SUPPLY OF
Ready-made Clothing, Linens, Marsailles,
Cottonades, etc., and is now prepared to furnish
gentlemen with suits of clothing at very low pri
ces for cash.
t ; Garments made to order. "
' O" Cutting done on short notice july9tf
Wanted Immediately !
T AAA FEET OF LUMBER, ,
I.UUU 12.000 Shingles. .
125 Bushels of Lime," .
50 Loads of Sand, ' , ' '
35 Cords of Stone hauled,
4,500 Feet of Stone laid,
la exchange for good.lots in Emporia, at the low
estpossible prices. ' . I. E. PERLEY.
'Emporia July 7th, 1859. Al -
- . ' Administratrix Notice. ;
NOTICE is hereby given that letters of Ad
ministration have been granted the under
signed on the estate of Benjamin Dnnmiie, late
deceased, bearing date July 14th, 1859; therefore,
all persons having claims against said estate are
required to exhibit them to me for allowance with
in one year from the date of such letters, or they
may be precluded from any benefit of said estate;
and if such claims be not presented within three
years from the date of said letters they will be
forever barred. . ...' . ANNA DUNMlRE,.
julylG-3w ' Administratrix. .
Administrator's Notice. ' .
NOTICE is herby given that letters of admin
istration have been granted the undersign
ed on the estate of James Ha worth, deceased, bear
ing date June 25th, 1859; therefore, all persons
having claims against said estate ' are required to
exhibit them to me for allowance within one year
from the date of such letters or they may be pre
cluded from any benefit of such estate, and i f
such claims be not presented within three years
from the date of said letters they will be forever
barred. ' JOHN M. HAWORTH, .
" julyl6-'59-3w Administrator.
NOTICE is hereby given, that letters of Ad
ministration have been granted the under
signed on th6 estate of Willani Phillips, late
deceased, bearing date July 29th, 1859; therefore,
all persons having claims against said estate are
required to exhibit them to me for allowance with
in one year from the date of such letters, or they
may be precluded from any benefit of said estate;
and if suchlaims be not presented within three
3'ears from the date of said letters thev will be
forever barred. JAMES JACKSON, .
july30w3 - Administrator.
NOTICE is hereby given, that letters of Ad
ministration have been granted to the un
dersigned, on the estate of Sylvander Tarbell,
deceased, bearing date July 28th A. D, 1859;
therefore all persons having claims against said
estate are required to exhibit them to me for al
lowance within one year from the datejof such
letters or, they may be precluded from any ben
efit of such estate, and if such claims be not pre
sented within three years from date of said letters
they will be forever debarred.
J. M. RANKIN,
. Chamberlin & Carpenter,
Levee, 2 Doors East of Main Street, .
V KANSAS CITY, MO., . '
Have in Store, a large and well selected stock of
Hardware, Iron, Nails.
; j STEEL, GLASS, SASH,
CORDAGE, SAWS, SAW-MILL FIXTURES,
Blacksmith's and Carpenter's Tools, and Farm
ing Implements, dc, fcc, which' they will sell at
the lowest CASH prices. may2tf-T
t. BE&NA&D. '
W. R. BERNARD.
T. X. V CTT?HIN.
J. & W. R. BERNARD & CO.,
..WHOlKSAtS DEALERS IS
S t a pie Dry Q o o d s ,
C ROGER IES,
Indian, Mexican, and Outfitting Goods.
, apr23-6ni. . 1:. '.'
; JOHN HAMMOND,
C arpe nt er and Joiner,
- i. EMPORIA, KANSAS.
GOFFINS, Pannel Doors. Window and Door
frames, and other job work, done in the best
style, on the shortest notice: "'- ' may7-tf
D R. J. H. WATSON, li Q
having; concluded to rkscv e; .'3
The Practice of Medicine,
XTIIJI1 fttteQl promptly to all demands upon
iV his professional services. -; He will be much
obliged if his friends will make their application
for his service in the fore part of the day, when
practicable, and release him from the labor of ri
ding at night as muel & possible- . -
impona. May .7th, IBoU.-tf: .-
. ; Grinding and Bolting.
I HAVE got my new Bolting apparatus in good
order, and am now prepared to turn out ths
best onilitv nf flnnr An ahort notice. r Also corn
ground in the best manner. 1 - v ''"''-' s " '
! ' JOEL MAW OKI tt.
anl5-tf j - Proprietor Cottonwood Mill., ;
SPOUTING, GUTTERING, and all kinds of
Tin. Sheet Iron and Copper work done on
short notice, bv an experienced workman, at
mayi . ' : x.-huj- e-
S ELF-SHUTTING Gate Hinges, Gate and Door
Catches. Window Splines. Door Locks and
Latches, fojr aal cheap at V; ; - PERLEY'S. ,
LIGHTNING RODS, cheap, at
Successors to Northrup d Chiek,)
: W HOLES ALE D E A L ER S I N
Groceries and Siovisions
Nails, sash, class; I J
IiiqUors, Cigars, Tobaccos,
NAVAL STORES, AcO-V
5iC- '.. KANSAS CITY. MO. . J
take pleasure in preaentintr our card to the
Citizens, Merchants, and Traders of West
ern and South wertera Kansas,' and especially to
tl t . -1 -rr-tl ri - a. . . .
iuusc vi ult) iieusuu u?y bouuuy, saaunng ulcm
that we are enabled, by long experience and care
ful attention to our line of business, to offer them
ereater inducements than they can find anywhere
in the West. "Our stock of all kinds of
L Staple and Pancy Groceries
is very large, and well selected, and as we Any our
Goods for Cask, and sell for Cash, we can sell them
lower than those, who sell on time, and Tun the
risk, attended, in most cases, with loss by bad debts.
We keep in store, at all times, a good stock of
uacoa. Mams, bides. Lard, Hour of the very best
oranas, together witn a full stock of
NAILS, SASH. v :
j GLASS, CORDAGE,
, BROOMS, BUCKETS. , -'x
. TUBS. CHURNS,0 "
.y-v - : ' BASKETS, ' .
dtc. Ac. tc
Besides a large stock cf ' . " " " '
- U - . CONSIST IXG OF -
Sugars, of all kinds. Lead,
Rice, . ' Shot, - r-
' Soap, (various kinds) Gun Caps,
Candles, . Oysters, .
Starch, , Sardines,
Molasses, ".' Crackers,
Cheese, White Fish,
and a full ptock of all kinds of . '
Consisting of Tickles, Preserves, Jellies,' Jams,
Fresh Peaches, Fresh Raspberries, Fresh Straw
berries, Fresh Currants, Fresh Pine Apples, Jelly
Candy, Assorted Candy, Rock and other Candies.
Yeast Powder, '
Cream Tartar, - .
Svrups, (all kinds.)
Our stock is so large that it is impossible to
enumerate all the articles which we have for sale.
We purchase our goods from the largest dealers
and manufacturers in the Eastern Cities and can
sell them as low as St. Louis houses can, inasmuch
as we buy in the same market, and at quite as low
ngures. - - ;
Dealei from the interior are particularly re
quested i call and examine our stock and prices,'
as we a .aetenmnea to sell our goods lower than
thev ca oe had elsewhere.
TEA We have a very, large assortment of
all fcm whicn were purchased at very low fig
ures, ai will bo sold low. We have the article
in 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 15 and 25 lb caddies, besides
a fine assortment in chests, and will be sold to
the trade at St, Louis prices. "
We do not pretend to sell goods at cost but will
sell them at lower rates than those who do..
REMEMBER THE PLACE .'the old stand
of Northrup & Chick. Respectfully,
june4m3 J. S. CHICK A CO.
In the Second District Court of the Territory of Kan
sas in and for the County of Brechenriage, in va
cation, July Gth, A. D. 1859.
Josiah Terrel, 1
vs. In Attachment.
James Connell. ) ,
ON this day came the Plaintiff herein in his own
proper person, and filed an affidavit stating
that the defendant, James Connel, is a non-resident
of the Terrttory of Kansas, and therefore
cannot be served with process issuing out of this
Court; therefore it is ordered by the Clerk, in va
cation, that the said James Connel be notified by
publication being made for six successive weeks
in Thk Kansas News a newspaper published in
the town of Emporia, and Territory aforesaid, of
the pendency of this suit the object of which is to
recover the sum of one hundred dollars with in
terest thereon from the 4th day of March, A. D.
1859, due on a certain promissory note, executed
by said defendant on the 4th day of March, A.
D. 1857. " That the rights and credits of Baid de
fendant has been attached to pay the same. -That
unless he plead, answer, or demur to the
petition of said plaintiff, herein filed, . with
in the time prescribed by law, the same will be
taken as confessed, and Judgment rendered ac
cordingly, and said rights used to satisfy the same.
Witness my hand this sixth day of July A. D.
1859. . . .... .
ROBERT PARHAM, Deputy Clerk.
J. M. Rankin, Attorney or Plaintiff.
G. II. LILLIE,
Attorney at Law & Solicitor in Chancery,
n46 MADISON CO., KANSAS.
lots! Lots! lots!, ,
FINE BUILDING LOTS in every part of Em
poria, for sale cheap for cash.
March 12, 1859. L. D. BAILEY.
Notice of Publication.
In the Second District Court of the Territory of
Kansas, tn and Jar the Vouniy oj Madison, m va-
cation, July lbih, A. Is. looy.
David T. Mitchell et al,
- vs. '
Benjamin C. Booton.
BENJAMIN C. BOOTON will take notice that
Cornelius H. Canfield and David T. Mitchell
did on the 18th day of July A. D. 1859, file their
petition in said Court against the said Benjamin
u. tsooton, uetenaant, setting lortn mat tne said
Booton gave his note to said Canfield for $200,00,
bearing interest at the rate of 4 per cent, per
montn until paia, and also a mortgage on tne
E.N. W.-l and W K N. E. 14 Sec. 7 Town
22, Range 12: and said Canfield had assigned the
same to said Mitchell, and praying judgment
agai nat said if ooton tor 6aid $uo,uu, witn 4 per
cent, interest per month from 21st of May 1858,
and aiso a aaie oi said aiorigagea premises w sat
isfy said judgment. And said Booton is notified
that he is required to appear and answer said pe
tition on or before the 10th day of September,
A. D. 1859. ,
In witness whereof I hereunto set my hand and
affix the seal of said Court. Done at El Mendaro
this 18th day of July, A. D. 1859.
LEWIS W. KUHN,. ...
;"- - ' f ' ' Clerk District Court. .
- MiTcacix t WkkrV - " ; . ' ; -
u "Attorney's for Plaintiffs. . .. . july30-Cw ;
i Z. V -J. Notice ct Publication. ;
the . second District ' Court of the Territory o f
Kansas, in and for tfte County of Madison, in
' vacation, July IBA, A. D. 1859, i '
David T. Mitchell et. al..
James F. Bvford. ,
TAMES F. BYFORD will take notiee that Cor-
ei aelius H- Caafield and David T. Mitchell,
did on the 18th day of July, 1359, file their peti
tion in said Court against said James F. Byford,
defendant, setting fourth that the aaid James F.
Byford, gave his note to said . Cornelius H. Can
field for $200,00, bearing . interest at 4 per cent a
month; and also a mortgage on certain real estate
in said County, and had assigned the same to
said Mitchell, and praying a- judgment against
said Byford, for said $200,00, with 4 per cent in
terest, from the 21 st of May 1858; and" also a sale
of the - mortgaged - premises to wit: ' S. W."
N W. Sec. 7, Town. 22, R. 12 and W.
and S.-El N. E. J Sec. 12, Town. 22, B 11 j
to satisfy said judgment. And said Byford is
notified that he is required to appear ana answer
aaid petition on or before the l0ti day of Sep
tember, A D. 1859. i. ' : r
la witness whereof I here set my hand, and af
fix the eeal of. aaid Court. - Dona at 1 'Mendaro
this 18th day of Jurv.ArD-1859. -
f - - LEWIS W. KUHN,
.S.-.-- "'u-n ; ' i ; Clerk District Court. '
MrrcHm & Wkix,
AKorney's for PlaintigV- july30-6w
STOVES AOT- HHWA
ipii oy isioists; p.,
One Boor South of the Emporia House.
. L i!,' PERLEY, : - , . ;
-: ' .a : ' . - . . .1
v Would respectfully inform the citUeni eL
: - - -t -v- - '-.' .-. f -li
' . I '
Emporia, and thd Neosho Valley
That he has on hand, and ia constantly receiving
: A LAR QJE STO CK
Of the above named goods, which will be Sold
very low for . ;
READY PAY! '
' AND ON NO OTHER TERMS !.'
Emporia, May 7th, 1859.-tf . -
BURNING FLUID, at
NAILS, at very low prices, at
PAPER AND ENVELOPES A good assort
ment, at may7 ' PERLEY 'S.
PERFUMERY and Hair oil, at:
. . may7 PARLEY'S.
BALM OF A THOUSAND FLOWERS, Tooth
Powder, Lyon's Kathairon, Bay Rum, Lily
White, Marrow Pomade, to., tc, Ac., at
may7, .. , , PERLEY'S.
LEMONS, NUTS, and CANDIES,' af
may7 ' PERLEY'S.
GIGARS AND TOBACCO, at
CORN STARCH, for Puddings, a very nice
article, at - may7 PERLEY'S.
r? you want Great Bar
GAINS,callat may7 , PERLEY'S.
THE GEE AT RUSH!
Latest from Pike's Peak !
UNPRECEDENTED DISCOVERIES !
IN FORMATION has' just been received that
five thousand Indians have collected them,
selves together in the vicinity of Pike's Peak with
a view of driving out the whites already there,
and preventing further immigration. But this
information is by no means reliable. However, it
is a fact that -
HORNSBY & PICK
Have just received, at the "' i.
'- i - : -
In Emporia, the largest and best selected stock of
SPRING AND S1RIER GOODS!
Ever brought inter Central or Southern Kansas, to
which large additions will be made from time to
time.:.-' - . ; : . , i', . '
. Pike's Peak Emigrants
Will find it greatly to "their interest to procure
their outfits at ur establishment, instead or going
to the river towns for them. Our stock consists ia
part of v
. s. DRY GOODS.
Lawns, : Silks, Ginghams, . Calicoes, Cassinets,
Tweeds, Cottonades, Cassimeres, ic. f
READY-MADE CLOTHING ,T
Boots, Pants, Vests, Drawers Colico, Hiekory,
Check, White, Cotton, Woolen. Over and Under
Shirts, fcc., fcc.j i ... . ;- i . ' ,
- ' HATS AND CAPS. -
Senate, Cable, Leghorn, Panama, &e. " ,; ! '
' BOOTS AND SHOES.;; :'.
Men's, Women's and Children's, fine and coarse.
Coffee, Sugar -brown,.white, crushed and loaf
Teas, MoI&bscb, Elour, Ac.; . , . ; - . ,: -
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY.
Shovels, Spades, Picks, Saws, Hoes, ' Axes,' Car
penter Tools, Butcher, Butter, Case and Pocket
Knives. ... . . ' . .-
GLASS AND QUEENSWARE,
A good assortment. "? . -. .
DRUGS AND MEDICINES SADDLERY;
Doors, Window Sash, Glass, Putty, and,' in fact,
it is too tedious to undartake, even, to enumerate
articles. The old and the young the . afflicted
and sick will find at the store of ' HORNSBYS
fe FICK whatever is needed, no matter vehai:
You can hardly name what they oasea't got. n The
poetry lies in the truth of the statement. Call and
ezaftinc for yourselves. We would respectfully
call the attention of the . - -
It will certainly not be our fault if in the . future
they complain thattheyfve "nothing .to wear."
And, in general, we have, and will keep constant
ly on hand, - ;
, Shawls and shoe-brushes, log-chains and traces.
Pins and pick-axes, linen and laces, '
Window-sash, side-saddles, shingles and naUa,
Bar-soap and whale-bones but not any whales;
Claw-hammers and hoops, as well as tie akirta.
Matches, molasses and unmarried clerks;
And more than this, th young ladies to suit,
; A elerk with the goods well throw in to boot!
1 N. B Butter, Eggs, green and dry Hides taken
in cebange for goods. ,-HORYSBY A FICK.
Emporia, April 2, J859.v, , :tl ; -87
Boot and Shoe Prices ; Ciarrant
7. -Wi B0YEE & CO., Kansas City, Ho.
Men'a Kip U. B. i L. A B. brojans, ' : .-'"
rr? . perdoxen, , ; $12,00 tor $14,00
, Kip Vi B. Welt Jk P. S. Boote, , . i
-. .per. dozen,' t r to 33,00
Kip U. B. double able J T 34.00 to 36,00
, c & B prime ' r" J OSfiO to 33,00
" -Heavy ealf i " 33,00 to 36,00
Frenchf ; dress rtu 38,00 to 42K
M . Concrress Gaiter A Oxford ties 18,00 to 24.00
Women's kip & calf lace boots, .10.00 to J4.00
" imitation Ooat ,oatis,w
A heavv stock of everything in tha.Boct and
Ehoe line at correspondingly low prieTi9-lj