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V2-40-tf Leavenworth, Kansas.
TT desire to say to the people of Northwestern
Kansas, that our
Is all right. The trees were not injured by the
frost lsst October as it was supposed. We can
supply you with good thrifty
Trees Grown on tlie Prairie;
Apple Trees, Cherry Trees, Lawton Black
terries, Allen Raspberries, and
HVhich we will exchange for Cash or Stock at
'cash prices, at rates such as we can live by and
you can afford. Come to the Nursery yourself
and select such as you choose.
We wish to caution you against buying trees
that are offered at 10 and 12 cents. If Nursery
men sell trees at that price it is because there
is something wrong with them. They cannot
be afforded at such pricea. Remember that
trees grown on the Prairies of Kansas will do a
hundred-fold better than trees grown in the tim
ber, or Missouri bottom. The Fall is a good
tin.o to set trees any time after heavy frosts.
Centralia, Nemaha co., Aug. 14, 1863. n21
Dry Goprls ! Dry Goodsr
tfOR SPRING &. SUMMER
- - ' " F" "41 and at the" -'
tix & e6khart?s;
No. 8 Felix street,- 8-rj-
Cottonadec,4 Fanoy Goods;
Liaens, J Em broideries j
BQOTB, A ,tSHOESi
BESPECTFULLY INVITE THE CITIZ1N8
Kuans to call andse our stock wkkkwe art' nUiagu
t jg IQht Elliott
BOOK AMD JOB PEN .Tift G
No 113 - - - - - Broadway.
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"We are prepared to executo
every description of
ioofe nift loj printing
Circulars, Chcks, Bus
iness Cards, Blank-
Bills of Fare, &c.
Bill Heads, Lettr
Heads, Hand Bills,
Labels, Ball Tick-,
ets, &c, &c.
Together with overy variety of
ru?icu ana' iz?ojbzea xmcng
t Ij Sell')' ' : v J
Yery Best Possible Manner,
k - ' ,sAT IMS -"'
D. G. BOBBINS,
"Wholesale and Retail
Between Fourth and Fifth,
Atchison. - - Kansas.
Oct. 24, '63 ly
JVo. 5, Commercial Street,
Between Third and Fourth Streets
G. H. FAIRCHILD.
Oct. 24, 1863. Gm
Ilibevnian Wit and Blunders arc an inex
haustible mine from which the newspaper and
periodical press obtain material for the greater
portion of their mirth-creating articles. The
following is a good specimen. A newly swam
islander from the land of peat and potatoes,
brought to New York by the Great Eastern,
and thence to Atchison on the lightning train,
writes home his impression of matters and
things thus :
Atchisox, Kansas, August 20, 1SG3.
Dear Biddy, I'm here on the prairies of Kansas
Dry, wery and foot-sore, and glad that the
journey is past;
They've got no shillalahs, turf-stacks nor mire,
But worse than the " curse of the crows " is the
Which goes on a rampage (in reason to speak)
Let rce see why yes fully three times a week,
And burns up creation (a fact I assure you)
From golden Pike's Peak t- the muddy Missouri.
In large iron boxes their fires are shut up,
And that's how they cook both the " bit and the
'T is very convenient, I tell you it is,
As they 'd burn up creation if 't was n't for thi3.
And, whisper, "acashla,' I've got one for you,
A splend.d BUCK'S PATENT I bought from
Who hns stoves without end in size and in shape
And sells, as his rivals say, shamefully "chape.'
And we can assure our readers that Pat was'
correct, for JACOB LEU has got a supply of
Moves and Stove fixings surpassed by none
west of Saint ouis, and his prices arc the most
reasonable in the western country. Those who
need anything in h s line will save motiey by
pui chasing at hi- sto c south side of Commer
cial street near finh.
CHEAP CASH STOEE,
WHOLESALE DEALEE IN
ELAWARE STREET NO. 32.
And Dealer in all kinds of
No. 32 Delaware" Street, No. 32,
(Between Second and Third,)
LEAVENWORTH CITY, KANSAS.
N. B. Orders from the country solicited
and promptly filled.
Leavenworth, Oct. 24, '63. 6m
A Word to the Wise !
Some jive years' ago, one of the Firm
AFTEH looking oTer the field and contemplating tl.o fn
ture of Kansas and the Greit West, concluded to
make the venture to initinte tbo
DRY GOODS .
IN LEAVENWORTH. WE WERE ALONE
in the trado for nearly two 3 cars when ro met withfriend
ly and honorable competition, which bus increase until
eonie eight or ten homes are doingeach a KOod!usincs.
The -utcss and encouragement we hao met with, ha en
abled and induced us to I irUj increase our utock, so that we
arc this Spring well prepared to meet tho TVantdofall who
Fancy and Staple
Boots and Shoes?
Hats and Caps,
We are sometimes amu?ed to rpad the
advertisements of some of our neighbors, who seem to think
that lirre and marvelous stories arp important to their sue:
ce?:s: We wouldsim;.ly remind our friends that there is an
extensive u Gas Factory 'in town in active operation.
To those wh" have SO loug given US their pat
ronage and confidence, we have only to say that our bus
ness w ill hereafter be conducted under the same liberal pl
icy practiced heretofote by our house, ind we unite all in
want of merchandise in our lino to call and examine our
Stock at our Ware Rooms.
Nos. 12 and 14 Delaware street.
72n8 6m WATSON & RINEHART
BRACE & BAKER,
Dealers in Foreign and Domestic
Of all kinds.
Sign of the Gilt AnviL31 Delaware Street,
Between Second and Third,
LEAVEN WORTH, KANSAS.
Booksellers, Stationers, and Paper Deal
ers. 67I)elaware Street between Third and Fourth
40 LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS.
Cbpj(d fcriUff. rCnStfn
WILSON & HASTEN
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Foreign anlDo
teOA STEEL, NAILS, CIRCULAR
SAWS, CORN MILLS,
UUAPERS. MO WERS, ftc.
IVo. 23 Delaware StrrrV
Geo. B. Thompson. P o v
THOMPSON, EAMES & CPlOW
SUSS AND QEiasWAaE'
Xo. 65, Delaware Street,
j30v2-ly Leavenworth, Kansas.
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER
Chairs, Stools, Bed Steads, Mattresses,
Looking Glasses, Coffins, &c
Furnished to order.
Xo. int Delaware Street,
n30v2 ly LeaTenworth, Kansas.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
tsr Perfumeries &c. -a
No. SI Shaicnee Street,
No. 1 Coal Oil and a fine assortment of Lanipi.
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURY.
On Third street, below Delaware,
BLANK BOOKS ruled, printed and bound tofinj p
tern. 1'or Bankers, Mertliant-, Count oilicer, &c. !
rsIournHJ". I.ecords aud Dockets. ,aa out or guotl pr'.
astern price. Magnziued, music an erMiiaU c
i inpHinonancj bin Jilic- - nl3 6
I HAVE lately purchased the property kcotb
as Barrett's Hotel, in this place, and hili
endeavor to keep a First Class Hotel. Fan
Two Large Stables
connected with the Ilot'ei.
MAY, COR3T, A3TD OATS, PLE.T
J. H. C01TRELI
Oct. 24, 18G3.-ly
Caroline st. or. second & third,
Marjsville, ... Kansa
This Hotel has been open for three year?, an i
the proprietor is thankful for past favors, nnl
Liolicits a con'inuance of the same, with the
promise of the usual attention. vl-n'ii-Ij"
T. McDANIEL, J ropruft
Corner of Commercial and Fifth Streets,
The Proprietories re-furnUhtd thh Hotel.nnd h '
experience in the buiues renders him conOdent that t
can give entire satisfaction to the Public. Good staHio;
co'i nected with the Hotel. n'"
METl SHAFT'S HOTEL,
Cherokee Street between Main and SecocJ
LEAVENWORTH CITY, KANSAS.
Board ?1 perday. The table is supplied with the fcet U
market affords, fetages leave this Hotel fur all parti o!U
State. Free Hack to and from the boat.
T. MURPHY, Proprietor
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MARTSV1LLE, KANSAS.1 l Oct. 24,18617