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tir roirr rsKAts" AzxiiSj 1
!att Coasty, Mo.,, seye voiles frea
'7, ten trozn rTeston anJ fesiteen from
U- n worth, I- T., in . the Eiijt of one
5rt teauuiui, auiuj. rw c-
cl ua riatte -country, turrsonaea oy
Til and well iranroved farms! rresentin'T
'a landscape as can be found & tht Mis-
- - rpiwauey. , : ' - vi "
t locttion Wpe culiar ly fortunate fM f aror-
i or establish mens of permVnent and
' vroguijhed retreat ,cl learning, efficiently
heiriver. and other thoroughfares to be
J I access and equally remote to-Vhield it
he effect of contagion and epideai,c3. , -Afademy
building is-large and jfcgant,
i well idapted to the necessities o 4 first
l Boarding School. Its dfineniions trk 100
fllO feet, capable of '- accommodating 125
rders ; well protected against fire, aadlsub
jntial in id I- subdivisions and furnished
kh- frtb appliances necessary for, instrue
TtsoT comfort. !. , ?
;t 'iTue Dining Hal and Class Rooms all tqing
der the same roof, the Young Ladies are rjerer
oosed to the inclemency of the seasons j but
fclear fine weather they are required at stated
itiodj each, day to exercise in the open i$r.
reby promting heal1" od increasing mental
jor. r For this purps; considerable extcpt
'. pleasure ground is awathed to the building ;
id occupying a high elevation it affords a mc$t
' iliehtful view over .vast and luxuriant prairi
ieldinz their treasures to the arts of husban
V and feasting the eye with the variegated tin
farm and forest.
The Trustees -of the- Camden Point Femai
Academy would offer their hearty congratuls
ons to the Patrons and Friends upon the suc
cess and prosperity of the ."Institution during
. thepresent term. J- ' j
The distinguished principal has abundantjjr
- rastained the high reputation ne had previous
ly acquired, and has succeeded in inspiring is
nd the community generally, with still greatet
confidence in his entire 'qualification to fill ee
-esponsible a trust as has been -committed to
't-s His powers as a disciplinarian are certainly
A unsurpassed, if equalled, by any in -the Union j
while his affability, great moral worth, piety,
i freedom from sectarian bias, his superior liter;
nry attainments, his happy method of inspiring a
thirst for knowledge and the great facility with
i which he imparts it, all 'conspire to render him
i most admirably suited to the" honorable yet try-
, ZZg station fie occupies. We would cherf ully
j recommend the Institution to all who may have
da'tghters or wards to ne educate, as it posses
ses so manyadvantagesoversimilar institutionsr
a fine healthy country location whera no excite
mcnt or improper influences are calculated to
withdraw the attention from the attainment of
knowledge.. '- . " " ' " '
f With tull assura'ce of its success while in such
' able hands, we have committed th? Academy and
) all its interest to the Principal to manage' and
regulate as he may deem most advisable.
L ' REMARKS OF, THE PRINCIPAL.
.. ' The Patrons and Friends of Camden Point Fe
1 male Academy will accept my grateful acknowl
edgments for the continuance of their very liber
al patronage, and Jhe nume-ous manifestations
of Kindness and confidence' which I have had the
j honor to receive at their hands. .
My station as principal of the Institution is a
: Norious and responsible one; and I feel,-when
' parei ts commit their daughters to me to be cdn-
?ated, that the charge is of the most interesting
' and sacred character, imposing upon me many
j duties, for the faithful discharge of which I am
Jf 'responsible to them, to society and to my TJod.--
With the blessing of Heaven, I hope still to
f'.. merit their confidence and patronage. ;
X; ; The past term has been exceedingly prosper
tu; 'we have had a larger number of' regular
'Boarding Pupils than in any previous session. ,
The vacation during the pressent summer wfll
pe rather longer than heretofore. '
Tiie principal has much outstanding. busioess
lo settle up, requiring his personal - attention
Which could not be properly dispatched during
he ordinary vacation j added to this, large Boar
yig Schools should n t eommence their exer
tes till the warm unhealthy weather, usually
fronfi.V to the 20ta of September, is
at. -ty '".'
'llie next Academic year will commence on
vmday, 24th of September, and continue Forty
'ks. The term willlie divided into two ses
Y. U of 20 weeks 'each,No vacation between
in 'sessions. ' . . "
J TERMS. . -
r'Vr- XLmtA nnrl Tuif Inn
'Music on the Piano or Guitar, with '
of Instrument, .,
essoi-jlin Embroidery, Wax and Shell
rk' rawing and Painting, each
. .5 00.
Vff -'-Jhg on Velvet, Tissue Flowers,
: ? ...........
1 bisons in Vocal Music,- T.;V
fiiihorough course will be observed in every
4 itment of School experiments, aud appro
tAl lectures on Chemistry, Natural Philoso-
Astronomy will be given-thoughout the
M. . - -i ' . . ;
. pupils charged from' date "of entering
lo the lose of the term, and no deduc
Vdeexftpt in cases of protracted -per-jx-iiiness.
yAllJBooks and Stationary furnished at the "A
tcademy, at fair prices. - - , v
. Each young lady - should deposit with the
Principal a small sum of -rnoey, to pnrchase
!j5uch other articles as may be necessary, as no
Tnl xoilt be permitted to make uccounti in the
S tortM. ' - . -
CT t; - UNIFQM DRESS, &.C. J- r.
wTnterBonnets to t madejof Green Detain,
Bom goods of that color to be lined with
Cherr eolloredSilk or Worsted
f WinterDresses should be either Green or
made uerfectly plain.
" "-dents will be permitted to wear any clo
in ndfitm? their daueht
1 fd all eP"Sve, showy clothing, jewelry,
A, as the object is to secure plainness and
"UdeirabIe that parents should have all
tiing made up at hpme: but where this is
Aacticable the PrincipI will furnish them at
AmaW cost as Dossiile. - k"
fAVashing is a roasiderabft item im a boar
i. og school iandVrt is hoped thai parents -will
I member ik i electing clothing. All articles
ftqairin'' Vajhing - should be plainly marked,
-yise they are liable to be lost or misplaced.
f heed, not feel Uia slightest concern about
Ibtfc&g notrbeing properly dry before it is
fistributed t the young ladies, " vdpecial atten
von Is paid to this. Every'garriSenfe is caref ul
exaintned before distribution, and if tha least
i amp is sent back to the laundry. Pupils should
. lav good ubstantial shoes. i 4
1 The "Discipline of the -Institution" will be
ffrict and firm, but always kind aud' parental.
C-nun Ladies are here taught ta act fromprin?
I4plein the regular discbarg of school ditties,
nJAeir daily associations to Cultivate the
ikd most afectionate disposition of mind
rJbjtfJv?ifcereby aroidng all -discord
.w- - ''nicb
wa t!!-li4for,praetiet.' y
Lip! mo iitn to" all pupil who pSsrthroch
Cie'reiiir coarse-cf study.- . ; ; '
Jtor adcitlonal imorEauonf aaoress -cipal
Caadea 'Pofcrt JFemale Academy, 1 . j
County 12a. - "? ' '"':" '
; H. ByTODD.
of the Academy during the next term, aad best J
make immediate application, aj many are airea-
t; H. B. TODD, PniwaPAt.
THOS; H. DOYLE,&GO.,
v WPOIISALE AKD JtETAIL DEAI.KS Ilf
staple-. and' fajfcy dress. goods,
11 " groceries, hardware)
'shoes and . '
READY MADE. CLOTHING;
Take this medium of. informing their friends
and the public generally that they have just re
ceived and areow opening afrtheir new and
capacioua'store on the Levee near steamboat
landing one of 'the largest, most varied and
complete stocks of goods, ever breughtfo this
market. ' Without attempting to enumerate Ihe
infinite varieties of -kinds' and descriptions of
snoods to be found in their splendid assortment
they would simply say they have, - and are re4
ceiving, a full assortment or .
STAPLE. AND FANCY GOODS,
Comprising Cassimeres. .Satinetts, "Vesting?,
Sheetings, Bleached and Brown Linens atid Lin
en Good of a!1 kinds, Dress Goods, Silks, Prints
of new and splendid styles, as cheap as: ever.
Ginghams, Lawns. Muslins, Berages, and Tis
sues. A fine stock of Gloves and Hosiery; also:
- . FAMILY GROCERIES.
Teas, Sugars, Coffee, Spices, Flour, Meal, Bacon
icdJ,' also Crockeryware, Glassware, Queens
ware, Looking-glasses, wash tubs, washboards,
&c Also, " " . .
. r HARDWARE, 'i
Nails, GTass, Putty, X SawsHand Saws; Knives
and Forks, Spoons; in fact a general variety of
articles in this line, also Hatsr Caps, Boots and
Shoes of all qualities and prices. In, Ready
Made Clothing they challenge the Territory for
a comparison of prices, quality or quantify.
Also,' new style of Bonnets, Silk, Satin, Strav,
Leghorn, and Lace,' of Spring Styles, in great
variety; also Ribbons, Flowers, Lineing &c.
! Having located permanently in Leavenworth,
and having determined to sell goods as cheap as
theycan be obtained at any other house in this
eitythey would respectfully ask of the public
an examination of their stock and prices before
purchasing elsewhere. -
Leavenworth, August 4, 1855. 47-tf
rA li kinds or Dkt Goods A-re being sold
jCa. at very great bargains, at
THOS. H. DOYLE.
SURVEYING ParUes can be fitted out with
every thing in the way of provisions, on ac
commodating terms, and at the lowest possible
rates. . u47 THOS. H. DOYLE & CO.
HARDWARE A large assortment on hand.
'Mechanics will do well to give us a. call
before purchasing elsewhere.
n47 - THOS. IL DOYLE &. CO.
ELOWS, Spades, shovels, harness, horse col
lars, rope and cordage for sale by
n47 THOS. H. DOYLE &. CO.
DRY GOODS. For great' bargains in all
kinds of dry goods call and examine the
extensive stock of .
I n47 - THOS. H. DOYLE & CO.
ACON Hams, Sides and shoulders, for sale
by n47 THOS. H. DOYLE & CO.
SU(AR--Prime brown, crushed
just received and for sale; low bv
-n47 - TnOS. H. DOYLE i CO.
. Dr. E. W.Brown," Occulist,
RESPECTFULLY.tenders his pro
Z fessiontt services to the citizens of
srw" upper Missouri and the Kansas Ter
ritory. Having carried on an "Eye-infiimary
for several years past in Platte city, Mo., tnd
having treated a large number . of patients with
almost every description of diseased Eyes, he
flatters himself that he will be able to give satis
faction to all who may desire his services.. His
infirmary buildings are large and fitted up so
that patients are noF only well accomodated but
under his immediate care. The cost of being
cured -'t his establishment is compararatively
small when traveling ' and other expences to St.
Louis or anyother distant point are considered.
Persons having children laboring under longcoii
continued scrofulous disease of the Eyes are mott
positively assured that they can get them cured
at his infirmary. ' Dr. Brown would, also, most
respectfully inyjte the attention of the med
ical profession throughout the country to his es
tablishment, and if cases of diseased Eyes shoulc
spring up in their practice that, can only be trea
ted successfully at an eve infirmnarvhe would b
much pleased to have them recommended or sent
to his. If any farther information is wanted,
Herald oflice. . nov 24. 54,ly
Regular jacket ,
FOR Boonville, Glasgow, Brunswick. Miami
Hill's landing, waverly, Dover, Lexington,
Camden, iibeity. wayne City, Kansas, Park
yille, Leavenworth City and westou. -
Steamer Herald, CapLDales, will make
regular trips to the above porta, during the sea
son. . Passengers and- shippers, may rely upon
the Herald remaining in the trade.
July 14, 1855, J. S. Dales.
For Sai -
EIGHT yoa-e of well brbse, fresh )xen, one
good ox wagon, one (2) horse wagon, one
Prairie Plough and one large work horse.
Apply to the subscriber living half, a mile
south-east of Pilot Knob, near the crossing of
Five mile creek, where the oxen can be seen.
July 7 '55 3m H.T.GREEN..
REG ULXjl WEDA'ESDA Y PACKET
FOR MISSOURI RIVER.
Th new and elegantly furnished
at i-assen?er .racKet aiokovgahlla.
m. yu nruonaii, Mister, will leave bt. Louis:
for Boonville,, Glasgow, Lexington, Kansasj
Weston and St. Joseph, on every alternate Wed
nesday, at 4o'cJok,r. m-, and. will leave St.
Joseph for St. Louis and intermediate pointon
every alternate Tuesday; at 10 a. m. . - -
Tlaving been built expressly for this trade, she
will "continue to leaje on her -regular days -es
follows - :
' Leaveifr St. Loufs iVednesdays,- Jnly 25th,
August 8th aad 22d, September 5 and lyth, Oc
tober 3d, 17th and 31stjNovmber 14th and 28th.
Leaves St. Joseph Tuesdays, July 17th. and
31st, Augusil4th and 2Sth, September 11th and
25th, October 9fh and 23d, November 6th and
20th V .
Depariiag from St.: Joseph every alternate
Tuesday, at 10 o'clockj'a ro; Weston, Wednes
day, at 7 m; Port Leavenworth, at 8 Parkville
at 9 Kansas at 10; Wayne City at 11; -Liberty
at 12 m; Richfield y m'f Camden 3j Wellington
4 and arrive at Lexingt3 same evening. Leave
Lexington Thursday jamming at 7j Berlin and
Dover s.t 8j Waverly al lOj HilPs Landing at
11; Miami al lpmj Brttwick.atr; Glasgow
a.t 4and Boonville at 5iiil arrive at SVLotiis
ou Friday evening; in ti?ie for Mail. Boats, to
Louisville, and other lua f : travel to 'the
jNorth.and East. W- ; V ''v
v TheMonongabela is aWraaisenf "Missouri
iver Packet ;.. She is seeded to Do boat in ex-
Ueriee of jCabln arrangedenta ' and paserger
Xommodations. HerOftcers irex z.
it shippers, and, the traTiiiag public wOl lad
all they can desire in tb? soatter of comfort.
ety and speed.". ', . " J T- - v.
S. ENTRtKEN- .l-i.., , :
mm t Tiir T-,-xfl m I . -
?3 t "sin k. 2d Streets.
VVL.TG permeEtly ceatedhfmself "Li
fleaVenworth Cltyl.eGrs t?$ professional
t 1..JV ,.tV!. . . - ' J .
L EA:V1S. Wr 0XT:H-i:
; ojjicx saxes, sitAiju r&orits.
GOLBStoTH & KLIKGSTEIN, -'
r ' tedt of!: Wm':Mssoi3ri::Jt''-
HAVE just opened on Water street, between
Cherokee aad Oeleware streets, in Lea
veBworth City, K. T., a large and well f"orted
stock of' Dry Goods, Groceries. ard''
r READY MABE CLOTHING,
h6es.nd Soots, Hats ind caps, andTl : kinds
of gents furni6hin roods, including a -riety
Lof articles too numerous to enumerate, pur-f
cnasea expressly for the an.trade Quick
sales ,and small profits beingour motowe are
deteemined taproye our.faith byyor3. Hay
ing done business in "Weston for severel years,
anLbeing well known lo this comexunity, we
deem it useless to beast of what we will do, in
gving GREAT BARGAINS, but invite Ladie?,
enllemen, Farmers, Mechanics Cojihtry Mer
chants, laborers, Teamsters, Emigrants, undT all
to give us a call,forjve have-something just,
suited toi each, and eveiy descriptio'ny of the
above named' persons, 'and are determined to
make it to the intarest fvery one to come and
examn -'.. ' ' ' ; ;
' ; oiut 'stTOCK;
feeling assured that the quality and' prices ' of
goods when known, will, commend - themselves
to a liberal and, generous public.: .?':
Having-selected our goods with great earej
and fought them very cheap forCASH, ship
ped when the River was HIGH UP, and freights
IOW DOWN, we re therefore prepared to
6ell as low as any merchant west of the Alle-
fhany mountains, and for CASH ONiY. .Come
ad look to satisfy yourselves as it is no trouble
to ehow goods., m.
CS?" Alllcindaof country produce wilj be
taken in exchange for goods, or cash paid at the
highest market prices. On hand a large assort
ment of liquors, cheap for cash.
-GOLDSMITH & KLIN G STEIN.
N. B. Goldsmith & Klinstein, will contin
ue the same business at their old stand on Main
street, 2d door above Jtfoble Saddler's shop in
Weston, Mo. . .
Xeavenworth City, K. T, June 29th, 1855. tf
ST. LDUIS CASH STORE.
A. C. FIELDS..
yVMte-& Fields, .
Dealer in Staple and Fancy Drttw Goods, Ready
. ' Made Clothing Boot andxSkote, Hard--.r
v-. ware, Glass and Glassware f
. . Nails Cfockeryuare, . --
- Groceriet SC. ' 4"
Have just arrived with a large and well selected
stock of new and fashionable Goods, suitable to
the wauts of the People Generally, jvhich they
are now opening and will sell at the lowesf Cash
STAPLE ANP JFANCY GOODS,
Consisting In- part of" Cassimeres, Satinet?,
Tweeds, Corduroys, .Vesting, Sheetines, Irish
Linens, Table Cloth, Jaconets, Swiss Muslins,
Bobbinetr, Collars, Undersleeves aud ' Chime
setts' Delaines,. Poplins, Alapaccas, Mohairs
and Silk Lustres ; .Also,-Mitts, Gloves and Ho
siery of every kind .-and quality, Notions and
Sundries,', Bonnet Ribbons, Taffeta and Satin
Ribbons, Thread., Pins,' Sewing Silks, Edgings
and Laces, Combs, Brushes,' Buttons, Perfumer
ies, Hair Oils, Fancy Toilet and Shaving. Soaps,
Looking Glasses &c. . -'-
READ MADE CI4OTni2VG,
of every' Style and Quality j also, a splendid as
sortment of Boots and Shoes, for Ladies, Gen
tlemen, Misses and Children.
HARDWARE, NAILS, AliD CUTLERY, "
Anvils. .Shovel Spades, Scoops, Fork,
Hames, ,Log and Trace Chains,' Hammers,
Hatchets, Axes, Augers,. Bitts, Chizels, Saws,
Files, Drawing Knives, Door Hangings
also Wooden Ware; -Tubs, Buckets, Wash
Boards, Brooms, Seives and Bail .Boxes ; also, a
general assortment of Family Groceries,
Sugars, Teas, Coffee, Molasses, Rice, Can
dles, Pepper, Spice, Salaratus, Starch, Vinegar,
Ginger, Yeast Powders, Putty, Powder; Shot,
Lead and -Gun Caps &c. Farmers,", Emigrants,
Surveying Parties and Citizens of Leavenworth'
City and Vicinity will find it tT their interest
to call at.thejSt. Louis, Store 'and examine their
gooas, oerore purcnasing elsewnere, for White
and Fields are always, on hand ready and wil
ling to show their goods, knowing that they
will bear inspection, as they, were selected by
meir own nanus, expressly ror tnis market. All
goods warranted -as recommended at the St.
Louis Store, on Main Street, next door below
Roundys Furniture Store. '
N. B. Oa hand and for sale, a superb assort
ment of fine Cig-ars, and chewing Tobacco. - v
Leavenworth" City, K. T., August 18, 1855.
STEjSMBOjITIHSjISTERS oh the west-
EX WATERS, AND STEAMBOAT , '
: DIRECTORY. ,
THE undersigned have now in "course fit pre
Lparation a new Steamboat Directory ,whicb
will be issued in October next. The book wiJl
contain over, two hundred pages, illustrated in
the best style and neatly bound in a durable
tianner. . ft will be one of the Most Interesting
books ever published, and will be a book that
will be interesting to all classes of people. The
Steamboat Directory will contain a complete
list and description tf all .the Steamboats now
atoat in the Western and Southern waters. The4
length, model, -speed, power and tonnage of
each boat ; where and by whom built j the name
of the boat, with.th trade she is in. Also, the
naties of captains and officers, her age,"&.c. &c.
Thi Directory will contain a History of Steam
boits and Steamboating on the Western waters
smcethe application of steam.' Alsoa sketch
of tie first boat built for the Ohio River; with
the tame of the builder, commaride"rand owner.
Tie River Directory will contain a list and.
description of all the Steamboat Disasters that
haveoccurred on the Western and Southern wa
ters, ;beautifully illustrate'd," with a list of all
those who have Perished by their Burning, Sinfci
ing aid Explodiug, on the Western and South
ern waters. The Directory will contain Maps
of the Ohio, Mississippi, Missouri, Illinois,At
kansas, White, Red, Ouachita, Yazoo and other
Fivers, with the Towns -and Cities laidxlown;
with eirrect distances j also, many other River
and Counriercial Items oTlnterest lo thfr people
at IargfC 'The bookwiil coutaid the cards of
the various United States Mail Boats'With the
trade they are in, &c. tec. .The Directory will
also contain .a' complete list of all the responsi
ble steamboat Licensed Officers, their places of
residence, &c. fcc.; the new Steamboat Law, lt
requirements with comments, showing where
in it benefit (he incompetent officer, and injures
the sompjtentofficer. &c.tc. and 11 the im
portant United States" Supreme Court Steamboat
decisions, dp to date ; the Rates and important
CommereUl Privilegesi-JMls of Xading Impor
tant Decioiis of v the various United Stites
Courts in regard to Freights LoJtjrjid Damaged,
&c. tc wimany other things of interest. ,
The Directory will be illustrated, In the best
styleand. fcrkted in the- best manner. . The au
thoshas,for:.aix years, been gathering ali the
facts, and items, ln'Tegard' to, the": numerous
Steamboat Disasters on the Western and South
rnaters ;-aad cow intends publishing them in 1
oooic rorm. .ne pnetof the.work will be put
at the . low suarof one dollar. - Ten tLbusand
conies will ba issiiAil fnr . th ' Knafmn aii
others desirous Of subscribing will have to do so
at once: ii none viniw nrint..) jinl.c nrJ.ri"'f
iLTof ftv -Tr
eulation of iyej eighty thousand copies, m the
.1... iwgBuuiuciavt cult
cribers $err-M from all parts of Ithe country
dairy. Somebl ldst boatm, as well as
most s-ientifie i&vB of the times", ata-eontribu
wr w toe oceair.coai lirectary,
ij yea receive a copy r- asave
. - - i coasmnicatHas and let; should
The Directory ill beissued in October, ecu
"'-l"te n maEumt to the Parlor as well ?j
6v- ist.- By- reaittir "One -Dollar (pos
r A yea will receive tony r v anove ork.
dfeE-Jta v- JA1 "23 T.LLOYD t CO.,-
r Cuce-Uailding. Cindnnati, Ohio. '
Angu.sih, 1854 ' -. . .
CHEX PQL OTTIJJfcTs'tdRIl.
r? 3HE" Undersigned has The-largestjr best and
,i : most complete assortment of all kinds of
ready; macevclothin'g, ;
of tha latest and most apjyed-styles of excel
lent materialand well made, whic he offersb
sell, cheaptT than was ever-heard of.
- We can show you all'styles of Frock, Dress
and Sack Coats,' Vests, and Pants of every style,"
fashion and color. .Summer'Coat in endless
variety. EVery description of Linen, Duck,
Grass ddtby stripe and checkered. In fact,
every thing in the line of Read Made Clothing
to furnish Jhe outer man. .. V "
. ' f W, H O L ESA LE 1 ; v'
We woulJ call the attention of Country' Mer
chants to our new and extensive stock. " We can
and will sell them Clothing cheaper, and on as
favor aSle terms as they can buy St. Leius.
ITTTJMTOIITXTM AnnTAO. . .
wenave a splendid assortment or Shirts, Col
lars, CravafsSiocks, Hosiery of j.11 kinds,Draw
ers, Gloves, &.C., &.c, which we will sell cheap
for cash. '
Adh.erihsto our motto EXCELSIORand de
termined not to las behind in the proerressof the
age, we intend not totelax out efforts to deserve
the patronage of a generous puWic.-. We invite
all, whether purchasing or examininsr, to call
in at our New Store and see ourtock and prices.
rn ii iv.'j! i- i i jiiiiiii i i.
iue.uui not ob ojissauaiiea wi uisiyjer quali
ty Sr-price. - .' . .- .......
G3T KecoJlect the, place ChAeles Fries'
I Clothing Store on' Levee, opposite Steamboat
. The pablics obedient servant,- -o
r CHARLES FRIES.
Leavenworth City, June 15,1855. 40 tf -
Staves, Tift, Ilqrdicare
WOODEN WARE AND
THE undersigned would respectfully an-
nounce to the citizens of Leavenworth and
vicinity that they haves just received - at ;their
new storVon ' tha cornerjof Delaware and-Second
street, a larere and well selected .1
ASSORTMENT "OF STOVES.
We have Buck's Celebrated Cooking
Stove? which for baking and economy of fuel
cannot be surpassed by any stove ever invented?
Ve have also standard and . superior Cooking
and Heating Stoves of ail sizes and patterns.
Also SC large stock of .. -
Hard Wtabk, Yooden Ware'aitd
which we are anxious to dispose of. All kinds
of Job Tin work solicited.1?- - , "
July 3, '55, LUCE & M ARVJN
GEORGE W. IcLSNE,,
WILL practice in all the Courts of the
Twelfth' Judicial District, and in Kansas
Territory ,when -required. ,
Collections promptly and faithfully at
tenard to. Office in the back room of the Arerus
MISSOURI RIVER EXPRESS.
' ' WILL -tBAVE'ST. LOmS. rfi
SEJUI- WEEKLY B Y -THE FAST
-. ' iJJoUr Star,- " " - ,
i v. T T Y -: Edinburg,
' t v. IL' Lucas, . '
.if'" -jC - . - . Kew Lucy,
iiow -fcAtH n.Ai'Kt.ba win be in
charge of n experienced special
messenger, provided with iron
and other '.valuable packages. Bankers 'and
Merchants business transacted with dispatch;
Orders of, every description'-filled,-and gpoda
sent by next messenger JMoies andiaccoUnts
collected' and proceeds promptly Teturued.-.
Boxes, Packages. BurXdles and "Parcels of all
kinds receipted for-conveyed and delivered
JOSEPH F.'jlICHARDSONr Proprietor.
-Principal office, 16 Main Street, St. Louis.
Refer to the bankers and merchants "of St.
LoUis, "generally. This Express connects with
all other expresses,- to Vmcennes, Louisville,
Cincinnati, Whelirig ' Pittsburg, Baltimore,
Philadelrjhiat'NeW: .'York &,c.f; ease. r Quin'cy,
.Keokuk, Galena, and StT Paul, north. - Cairo,
ftew Urleans, and Mobile, south, and all points
on the Illinois central, Ohio and Miss., Chicago,
Alton, and St. Lotus railroads. Also our own
express es to Alton,"Belyille, Illinois, direct; thus
torming a complete cnam troin 'ot. - josej n to
thejeast, north and south, for' speedy transporta
tion and prompt iaxding.
June 2945-lyO I , : .
Ifrjo ten's Family Croccry -
NEW STJiRE rAND NEW GOODS !
1 1 1HE vrnjJefsigned announce-! to thecitizens
JL or Jjeavenwprtli and surrounding country
tha he has just opened a new
Grocery awd Provision Store,
on Water street between CheroKee and.Dela
ware streets, where.. he is in receipt of one of
the largest and best selected ' stocKspf Familj
Groceries that was ever offered fee sale in this
place. The stocKi:onsists in parfbf the follow.
mg: Coffee, -Tea, sugar,' Bice, meal,Flour,-j
atarcn mustard, Yeast Powders, PieKles, Pre
serves, Prunes, candle?, &c., &c. '"v-.-"
- Persons from the country, or parties wishing
to purchase' in quantities are respectfully re
quested to examine his stock and compare pri
ces before purchasing elsewhere." :.'.
July 7. 55.1 :r ' , HENRY BRQWl '
.. HOAjCLAND. r .- JOHN T. BBAOT
' ITORNIES & COUNSELLORS AT LAW
AJII SOLICITORS IK CHAlCERVJ
- Also Practical Surveyors anis DraftsmenryS',
. . . Tccuniseli, R...T.' :u?:
g" Wilt proroptly attend to all buslness'en
.ustedtd theircar. v -,r" jnly 28,tf.
Union Mutual-"Life Insurance Co.
'.f . 681 &qfijfifBbstoTlas9' '. i
SaPITAL $4XK),000, & CONSTANT
Variy, iacreasing fe-rkhe benefit of those in
sured, C.i'iABTEn Unlimited - . -j
:. . : f t Ai. J.vWHITNEY
' - General. Agsat fox Kansas and Nebraska.
Sept. If. - ' : . :' 'l-Z, . .
T"' AT$?Prffeor f 'Surgery n ' the Geneva
ULi Medical College,' may be found -at all hours
of the- day and night at the Leavenworth
Hotei in readiness to. pra'cticS all the denart
layenwortn Uiry, July JJ, 1855.- 46-tf
I7EUIUZVS & TRUESDEL,X
TTQBKIES . AT SOLICITOR S ii CUAEaT
r -.-Tr -: - t.j. ..ai; rut rr -;
S Ofnwith A. &.R. B- Rse:
fc 21, 1855-tf. t . a ' - , .r--r
BUSHELS extra seed wheat, rev
erop. just received, and 'focsalsr
-gnst lath:- -r -LEWIS N. P
x 5 -Domes
: . P."" .
ky and Maruf i:-
MAJTUjrACTX' &S RS U, VT
:qesaxx cealers IK XIX
f - a,rf
'SHIRTS,. DHA JVEli FURNISHING
" ' ' . 0m ' L W '
v,;;Oit.AN4,aci)E3a cqthiko, etc., "
' 'iB6k;"SQjpr.7 "2 Zlzte Street', :
CCorer.cfGTeen,ce doar-l iheVirginiaHotely
HANFORD & BROTHER,! IN. B. THAYER,"
"Manuf acturerSjNe w-York. . . St. Loujs. i j
XX former size 'making it the largest and. be?t
arraceed WHOLESALE CLOTHING watei
hejse in the city we are prepared at all times
to"offeriiuusualinducement tQ ."purchasers mn,
otir line. " . . .- -
-.-We respectfully solicit an examination of our
large and complete assgxtment of Ready Made
Clothing wfrieh we aft constant! v receiving
from our manufactory inKew. York City. Our.:
Stock is manufactured expressly.f or the ' WES-
linxM ai Arils. a, xy cna we can fana will tea a
shade untter the market prices. v m
March 3, 1853.
OROCEIUES 1 1 GROCERIES f 1
WE ARE selling groceries at a very small
profitsnd have a. larere -stock of
Sugar, coffee, 'molasses", whiskey and assorted
quors: t Alsft a fine assod:ment of .
Call and see us before. you invest.
. . TTTTTfe
TUTT & BAKER.
Weston , Oct.' 13 1854.-
sr.". - I. M. Clsman,.' .
TTOUSEand Sign PaUUng," Glazingnd Imi
XJ tation in Wood. ind Mar bFe. All work
done in a workmanlike manner and "Upon reas
onable terms and solicits a share of public -patronage,
can be found when not engaged,' at the
Leavenworth House. -All the reference given is
april 6, 1855.
T-i . (?
Steam Saw and Grist Mill. :
TT HE "subscribers are nownrenared to-eceive
X bills for all kinds of lumber and laths, on J
most reasonaoie wrms. , I heir Mill is situated
at the mouth of Bee Cr- vtposite to Leaven-
wprtn uity. siijambf
the river. - They-' y ;
rdot reasonable te.
'1 at any. point on
id coru on ne
N & YO
Lots an&f?hcii in Mjeaven
worth for Sale, .
THE undersigned has a few valuable" shares
and many 'valuable lots for sale, which will
be sold lowcfor .carh. Call soon and t you will
get Dargains. . -
. A MACAULAY.
' June'29, l855 42-tf . - '
IN STORE and for sale loWto close,
20 Bureaus -
1 Doz. Tables,
25 Feb Steads, 7
. 128 Doz. Chairs at
. TUTT &. BAKER'S."
. WestoniOct. 13 1854.
JOHN DCP, . v
Dealer. in Foreign and Domestic
DRY G OODS,
FAMILY GllOCERIES. &c:; &c.
. Corner of Main & Short streets, Court House
Builings. v Weston, Mo,
david j. Johnson. , v jas. m. lyle
JOIIXSON & LTLE,
ATTORNEYS $ COUNSElXORS AT LAW,
Leavenworth CrrvyK. T.
HAVING permanently located in the City of
Leavenworth, and associated themselvesto-
gether in xhe practice of their profession will
I give-prompt attention to albusiness- entrusted
to thr care. -. . . -OFFICE
Second door west of the Leaven'
.worth house on Delaware Street; where one of
them may. at all times be found. -
V Tt Cnoio1 ottoiitinn o-i far. int'h ziTifi Tr.
ment of bduuly land.'
april 6, lt.
r."t.yAKDEVENTEBi L L. Li ALLEN, -T.
STRINGER. ; - 'K'-. i J. VAN KORSTRAND,
P. II0ETENTER& CQf
' ' ' '3 - WHOLESALE?
' ,Nos. 162 & 164T'jfain Street, Louis, Mo.
A. -LARGE assortment of Boys Cloth in?. In
JlX dia Rubber Goods, Goodyear' and other
Manufactures, at Lastern Prices. v -July
28, 1855. 46Uf
- -r , Pine Lumber Yard v
On Cherokee, telwtenMaxnf:2nd Streets,
Leavenworth, K. T.
The undersigned will keep at his Lumber Yard,
a consiani suppiy or an Kinas or 1'ine.L.umDer,
Wio Sash,sDoors, Plasterers Laths, &cT,at lowest
rates.- Ulnce on Cnerokee street. v -June
15, 1855. 2m . . rE. ROSS,
At No. 58 3rd S.reet9 between Pine and Olive.
A SSIGNEE'S.. sale of a -large assortment
jCX. of every style of - Carriages and Bognes !
and carriage., materials, " cdhsisting. of Springs,
Axals,CIoths, Lace, Bands, &c , All of
which we will 'sell at the: lowest possible rate,
ror casn, or snort time, on city acceptances -; '
The pi.blic cknowing. well the reputation
of Mr. Cardas a Carriage -Manufacturer, we
fied only to say that moat of,. this stack was
manufactured by him expressly for this city and
country trade1,'- 1 hoie in Want of rCarriages, Or
Carriage. Ma teri? ?will find it to their interest
to callfisoon, :ai tae whole btock will -be closed
out in a short time v: ; 3?r. ft
M. L. GRAY; "Assgnee of D. TV Card.
5t. Louis, June 25, 1855"" - --
. ;TF2I. MOORE'S .
-3 MAIN" STREET,
(Room recently occupied by -Evans & Mitchell)
- WESTON, MO. :
fUSTOMERS maylrely on all sorts of,Tail-
Vy- orine beine done in the best mainer- Par
ticular attehtien will be given to all kinds of
Cnttinff.-.-r - V- June 15-!55-tf
June 15 '55-tf
JV W LIVER Y.STABLE,WJf:CAU
THOSE IN ARREARS PLEASE 'PAY UP.
Fay Sfock kept in our Stable, ;':
" :Ne cr'ri J5 until you're able,
. ' When j ou." ride, . be sure to pay,
'Forcredit will no l)Uy Oats or Hay,
-J.uly.28, 185r M5.t?; ; ; .
C W .-(C .1,'
' 1 - ; :ecvv
VjV .THIS large JT
'kX lie paftonaffe i
'-iustfinii!'--: I. Pub-
d.. ions for gentlfmcu
provided for tkjnventi
Tecumseh, July 28, ;
. i v i r r c -s h and a very-la,rgi
..ii Grc-.oriesj.and wishing
r-vc '--iiitor tafcrindEg on
- ' - - r-- 7' -1 -t ni
ll i -4:
' yc irr-:
TS no" erectii:
v.-lll have la'rerby'.--
X the time boatr ter:a to isirive
WARjIIorsx in Ihe. rlica i eiicl J- sssstve,-
store andomrard foods cf. produce, C3 tanaa .
which shall basatiilaetory. lis will tlso take osf"
COMHISSIOK VBOnVCX AMD ASTICLJS Or
x.mr xxxjf os the koj kIasxasls
- Tsxnt, : :--y '
HU Ware House i at the most convenient"
poin, it the-foot of Delaware Street, opposite
the principal and best landing, and just jit the '
point of the.Bluff, which gives liia a decided
advantage in the v :- & A- -
StprcQt ar Commission itrw.'." -He
will alsoThave on hand with he .opening
of navigation, a fujl and complete assortmenfef
every variety of roods suited for -,
itJEJVlGRAJfT OUTFITS, .
r a home marketconsisting cf Dry Goods, Gro- '
ceries, Hardware, Tools and Building materials,
Queensware, Hollow-ware, Hats, Caps, Boots
Shoes, SadleryTGarleneeds, " " ' .
. Provisons. - : '
and every thing in the goods .line and as he in
tends doing a- regular business, hisprices and
charges shall be moderate he therefore oiic"ts
a share of public patronage. - V .
References : :- T - - u ' . ' .
Isaac Brink er, Brunswick. - -.
Dr.- T. N. Cockerill, na9trn '
Wm. Spencer. J Glasgow-,
J. T.' Johnson, & Co.Boonvillei
- E. BCordell, J-Jefferson City.
Hanenkamp, Gilpen, & Cor.; 2 T I
Brownlee, Homer, & Co.; $ St Loui'
Leavenworth, K. T., March 2, 1855.
fJIO USE JOWCER & CARPENTER, f
MOffershli services to the citizens of Lesven
worth, and Kansas .Territory, and will undertake
buildings of all descriptions and every grade at
fair prices. r He hopes by strict attention, and?? ' .
promptness'tn the execution of work, to merit a
liberal share of patronage. He has made arrange '
mentsfor opening an .extensive Lumber " Yard -
at Leavenworth; in the spring, and expects a
small assortment in afew weeks.
Best of references given . if required as' to
workmanship and attention to business. " - "-M
Leavenworth, nov, 24, '54, tf.' -
STOVE AND. TIN STORE!
. Leavexwokth, K. T. V h.
The Undersigned, Dealer in Stoves ab '
Manufacturer of all kinds of Tin-war ,
would respectfully inform 4he citizen
of Leavenworth and Kansas Territory.
and the public genettcrfhVh'Ss ott-&5u-
and will keep a constant supply at .Wholesale & .
Retail, all kinds of Stoves, such as cooking, par
lor and office jBtoves, Tinware of eveix descrip-
tion, from stove boilers dowp to pepper boxes,
and in fact every article usualy found in such
ari establishment." Gutterinyand repairing done
at the shortest notice. . Work of ev?y descrip
tion executed to order: ' " -
ghop on Main Street. Encourage home
manufactures. Prices as low as any place.
. - . GEORGE RUSSELLAgenta
December 8, 1854. 13-tf -.' .t
New Boot and Shoe Shop, .
THE undersigned jespectfully informs,
thecitizens of Leavenworth 1 "Cityand vi-
cinity, that he ias opened a new Boot and Shoe
Store on Delaware street, and is prepared lo
make in the latest and best style, all work in his
line. A full supply of all sizes of Boots and
Shoes on hand..
- AH orders filled at the shortesfnotice and ou
reasonable terms. .
' " CT BEECHLER.
Leavenworth, May 4, 1855. 34-tf - '
BAXIXUM'S ST. LOUIS HOTEL,
Corner of Second andTValnvi street,
- : ' ST. LOUIS MO. i';'
M y"E beg leave to announce to our f rianda
and the traveling' publicthat we will
open the above named elegant and commodious
Hotel, (built by. Geo. B. Taylor, TEsq;,) for the
reseption of guests, on Thnrsday the 28th Inst
and respectfully solicit a. share of ' public pa
tronage. - . .
The public's obedient servants, ' -'T
, THERON BARNUM.
- r ' JOSIAH FOGG. -. V
- Furniture J Eurnirure ! 1 , V: :
The Subscriber is engage! in the manufacture
,of Bureaus, Bedsteads, Office. Desks jandhf--'
ever description of Furni ure, and is prepared
j at. all times-to furnish every thingun his line
warrameu or tne Dest material and in the be3t
style of workmanship athis shop on YVYier street
one door above Scruggs &. Murphy's mill. ' -
- . , jvb. PAJIS
N B. AU kirds of Lumber -and country pro
duce taken in exchange for f urnitureirv:' .
Leavenworth City, K. T., May 18, 1855. ly
. Kew Store and lVewoods. ' .
' MainStseet, Weston, Mo
THE undesrsigned beg leave to announce to
the citizens of Westou and Platte xounty
generally, that they have just opened in this city . .
a LARGE and COMPLETE assortment of ; ... ""
Dry Goods, Queensware, Hats Caps, Bobts and
: .Shoes j Hardwire, toe., tc.
All of which have been selected with especial
reference p this market. v. .
Our entire stock of Goods is new, aud has been
chosen with great caref and we Ifiatter oursel
ves" that those who will take the trouble! to-eall
and examine for themselves ariL ;t. fail to be
pleased with' out assortment. . " . ? .. -
rWe hope by strict ttentica to business "and
fair and impartial-dealing towards all, to merit
and receive a liberl shsS-e of public patronage.
aprif27i CON WELL & SPENCER.
THE undersigned have ; . opened a ". shop on
Watter Street, fnear the leveed in Leaven
worth City, K..T. for the purpose of making all
kinds of Cabineturnituff suchr'as Secretary,
Bureaus, Bedsteads,'Sofjis.Xables, Chairs, Dry
Sinks, &c. And will make to order Office and
shop Furniture, Counter work," Coffins, or any
article in the cabinet line, in a neat substantial
and workmanlike manner The patronage of
thecittizes'of this place and Territory" is res
pectfully solicited; . m
Furniture of all kinds repaired with prompt
ness il despatch. . ;
v .-A MECHAN, .
-i.-- : - v: J. p. loccey,
'V ': - "Wm. R. RUTTER.
Leavenworth, K. T., April 12th 1855. ly -
(S"uccessorto R. C. Shackelford & Co..)
, WHOLESALE DEALERS IN ' "'
COOTS, SHOES AND CROGAX8
S&:52 Main Street, St. Louis,
Always kep on hand a very extensive assort
ment of styles, sizes, etc., which they will sell
in the" most accommodating terms for cash, or
to prompt customers. , August 11th.
JOHN H. M'CLELLAND,
V , ruggisi & Apothecary,
Slain Street, one door South cf HeraLL nm
. - . ; (
X.EAYj:irW0RTHCITY, K. T.
Dkaleji in Engliih, French.and Amer
ican Dm. Medicines and Ch
Paisfe-Olls, Varnishes, Dye Stuff. Paint B ih-
es &c. , Abo Tobacco, Cigars, Pure wraes and
uors. A large assortment of Palis
ef:u2ueh rtt? bs sold low for eh .
will be farr.! Hold Drugs at the lowest
. .' t -
July 1, ZtT-tr . ... j- -
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