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ALEX.AJOBS, Wit, feBUSJELL, WB. WAEDEL,
A"tm A' Ji ami S TIP O C 1 8 S 5
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Ofen to twl etsiail! profit, rer cotA cmfy, a gen
xal asiertmetiLof GroeriM-. " - -
Alio Flour,. Corn filaaV Bicon, Lard, Salt.
x V ails, Window Glass,-Boots, Shoes, andvarloos
-,rPw ruciej requisite to meet the wasti of the
..Cberuket EtreeV-betweeh Seeontf and Third;
August nth.' J
m sr.- JDameah 11. &.9
Resident Dentist, -Weston, Mo. Office for
the present at his : dwellim?. on 'Thomas
atreet. Plenty of material on hand, of, the " best j
quality. Devoting my whole tinje to tbe-prac-tceQf
dentistry people may be sure of haying
' Augustillth. i, m - W. S. DARNEAL. :
JEWXX.LXB,. WATCH AKD CLOCOHAKEB,
- . Next door to Hollidayjf' Dickey's, , .
: ' : WESTO!ff,"Mo.,
HAS just received a fall and complete
stock of new goon, and cays particular
attention to.his fine assortment of .
. " Wat clies
Ha Jos Johnson's celebrated Chiirch - Street
Lever Watches, in heavy Gold and Silver cases,
warranted to keep perfect time. -Clocks of all
kinds and some of the finest ever brought to
"this place ; and an excellent stock of Silver Ware
and Fancy Goods. ' " '
Feb. 16, 1863, tf. -
ATTCENIY AT LAW AK GENERAL LAND AGENT.
Leavenworth, Kansas. ,
Nov. 3, 1854.
Lav and Land Jlgency Office,
HAVING permanently located in the city of
Leavenworth, will give prompt attention
to all business entrusted to his care, and will at
tend to the procuring of Land Warrants to which
soldiers are entitled under the Acts of Congress.
Leavenworth, K. T., July 21, 1855. 45-tf -
(tATE OF LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY,)
ATTORNEY AT LAW AND GENERAL
Business Agent. Leavenworth, Kalis as.
Commissioner to take' Testimony, Affidavits,
Acknowledgments of Deeds, Mortgages, Pow
ders of Attorney, &.c, for all the States, duly
appointed by the Governors thereof.
Homes in Kansas secured and safe ' invest
. ments made.
References His Excellency L. W. Powell.
Gov. of Ky., Hon. John C. Breckenridge any
Col.C. C. Rogers, U. S. Att'y., Lexington Kd,
Chancellor Pirtle, Louisville, Ky., J. S. Cheno-
; F vland &. Co.,
.t in Foreign and
,umesiic Drugs, ' patent medicines, glass,
paints, oils and dyes.
Ccrner2d. and Was-hing
ton Avenue, St. Louis
Sep. 15, 54?
II. M. Hook,
' AUCTIONEER., ,
Leavenworth. Kansas, Ter.
Will attend to the sale of town Lots, in any
part of the Territory, and to the sale " of Real
and personal property of every kind, on the most
nov. 17, 1854. tf - '
- - JOHN DOXIPIIAN.
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Weston Mo., con
tinues to-practice his profession at Weston
and will attend the adjacent Courts in Kansa,
Territory. Sept. 29
FASHIONABLE BOOT AND SHOEMAKER
Cherokee street, Leavenworth, K. T.
" February 23, 1855. 24-tf.
Deniamin F. Simmons.
jJliorney at Lair, Leavenworth Ciiy.
. Kansas Territory. -Refers
to Hon J. C. Dobbin, Sec. Navy; Hon.
, Will. A. Graham; Messrs Brown, Johnson &
Co. Bankers New Orleans; Messrs E.---A. Ap
person & Co. Memphis and George F. Hill, Esq
St. Louis. - . April 27 1855. -
J?r. Fames It a vis,
FIENDERS his professional' services to the
1 1. citizens of - Leavnworth and ' surrounding
.ry. . ; ; april 27th 1855.
noCTORl . jr. I9iEZfc)
'TAYtNG permanently located himself in
TL Leavenworth -city, offers his professional
ei vices;to the citizens of the city and vicinity.
Office on Cherokee between Main and Second
treets.' ' -
-May25,1855-6m. r '
J. I. J1IOOKE,
A ttorney.au d Counsellor at Law.
- " ..' . .Leavenworth CVy, K. T.
Office on Main street. ,
.May ll,1855;tf. .
W. 8. NUErilY. .. SSCEGGS.
. MURPHY & SCRUG G S . v
. Lfavenworth Steam Saw Mill,
' The undersigntd have erected and have in
lucces&ful operation ai Leavenworth, K; T., a
frvm. Steam Saw Mill of, the moat approved
w.. I and with all the recent improvements.
V. ,are ready to fill bills for lumber of every
jsz jpiHuana m any quantity ac ue snoriesc
Itice and oa 'favorable terms. .
- MURPHY & SCRUGGS.
nr. b. flnoo kjs- c o .,
. VHOLESALEAKD "RETAIL ,
Dry Goo da Groceries,
FORWARDING AND '
COMMISSIOA ME RCII A2VTS,
Leavenworth Kansas Territory.
BR. J. r. BECKER. .
'WM. B. HALYARD.
DUUNEU & nALYARD,
? ' ' "Wholesale and Retail '
DRUGISTS & BOOKSELLERS, l -
M A IN STREET OPPOSITE CITY BUILDIKCS,
Weston, Mo. ' . . ' ' .
March 13,55-tf. - . "
J. H. DAf , M. D.
' (OJice, corner of Main and Cherokee Streets.)
Sept. 15. 54. -
M. C IfOSTI. j THOS. W. SHIELDS.
YOSTI & SHIELDS, f
H O LES ALE DE ALER8 IN
ISO. lbd Mam Street t St. JLoi, Mo,' -
"T7"ILLkeep always on hand. a large and well
v v selected scock oi Jjoots, cnoes, and Bro
gans, suitable for tha Western trade. . Orders
promptly attended to. ' ju 1, 1855-ly
WILLIAM G. MA Till AS,
' ATTOBHET AND COUNSELLOR,
Leavenworth city, Kansas Territory.
'ILL attend, promptly 16 all business en
trusted to his charge, in the "way of his
Erof ession, - and will attend to the procuring of
,and warrants to which soldiers, are entitled un-
. dei the acts of Congress, the sale of loU pr e-emp-
rpril 20, lSoa-tf
Kesri ana Df e:.rearo4roa Ecn
. iiesTe nwor th Council Gibytr
mHlS tw Ferrv.i now -onen. and -ready -to
X cross team, passecrera and freight at any
V '.. ... rrl t- n..i r a ; ' ? "
(uur.. j. ue rcrjr ioai jarzpe oi, entirely
new, and built for this Ferry; The landing on
Dom sides are excellent at ail -stages of water.
aQd fr swimming cattle acroS, i is the best and
'Emigrant "and traders passing:"on the route
between Fort Leavenworth and CouncilGrove,
will find this the shortest and easiest road, Te
eumseh being on a direct 'air line from'Fort
Leavenworth to .Council Grovei ''
: It is nine mile's from the Terry to the inter
section otthe-Great MilitaryHoad on the North
side ot .theRiver. .Teams leave-'the Military
RoadAt Rock Creek crossing, and thence cross
the old- Parkville road near tfte old Parkville
crossing of If uddy Creek. Distance from Rock
Creek crossing to Muddy Creek crossing, seven
inile.j thence-to the Ferry two miles. Tecumieh
is onthe main thoroughfare from.Westport to
California. Total" distance from Leavenworth
to Tecumseh 50 milesj thence to Council Grove
Good grazing for cattle and horses near either
landing place, free of expense. J
T.-N. STINSON. 5
. J.rK. WAYSMAN.
Tecumseh, K.T., July 7,185 43-tf
THE Town of Delaware is located ,on the
south bank of tlje Missouri River, ten miles
below Leavenworth, in Kansas Territory. This
town is laid off on -a" beautiful bluff, gradually
ascending, and commands a fine view of the
river above and below for fourteen miles in ex
tent, with -a permanent landing . for steamers,
reaching one mile; equal to that at St. Louis.
Situated on the shortest and most direct route
for emigrants np the great Kansas Valley, near
er, by-ten miles to Fort Riley, than , any other
town on the Missouri Rjver 'within three miles
of the Delaware lands, it must command, to a
considerable extent, not. only the" trade of the
Delaware nation, but' also of the rich and fer
tile, valley of Kansas. This town is sustained
by a back country acknowledged to be the very
best in the Territory. - V
Ferry I There is at the center :of the town
site, a ferry, equal to any on thje Missouri river.
Timber I There i3 an abundant sunnlirof
timber, of all the varieties common to the. coun
try on tne Kansas side; while opposite, in Mis
souri squads out an extensive and rich hottom.
densely coveredwith the largest timber' produc-
miu Ltumiijn wim population.
Water ! There are several sDriners of ex
cel lent water, within the town;limits, while 2
miles souJi, in the midst of a beautiful country
there is gushing up in rich profusion,1 a spring of
mineral water, offering at no distant day, a, re t
treat to those ire search of pleasure, and the in
valid. Delaware was laid out in Febrnary last,
since which time a number f buildings .have
Tjeen efeded'&ftdTiow'In the-course of erection.
Arrangements'have been made,for the establish
ment of an Academy and the erection of an Ho
tel and Steam- Saw Mill, which will go into op
eration in a thoi t time.
The company are .determined to build up a
town. Those wishing to purchase shares or lots
can apply to the Trustees, Platte city, Mo.. P.
d. ADJe, weston, or l. i. liollingsworth, Del
aware, K. T. Persons who buy lots will be re
quired to pay one third down, the ballance to
be paid when a complete title is made.
To Mechanics and others who may wish to'ob-
tain lots for actual settlement, we will offer
greater inducements thin have -ban -oiTcred by
any town in the Territory; Those acquainted
with the location of our townj know it advan
tages, to those who are not we say, come see and
judge for yourselves. . .
- L. F. HOLLINGSWORTH,
WM. D. BONELL, .
Trustees Delaware Town Com'y.
June 1, 1855.
(NO. 1.) - " '
AToiice to Settlers on Public Lands
in Kansas. i
UNDER the directions of the Land Office De
partment, notice , is hereby given, to t all,
whom it may concorn, that the existing lines of
the grants of lands to the 'Board of Foreign
missions or tne tresDyierian unurcn' as recent
ly established by order of said Boardjiri the Ter
ritories lately ceded to theUnited States by the
Iowa and Sac and Fox Indians, are to be respec
ted and regarded as the true, lines of such grants
until such lands shall be surveyed in connection
with the adjacent Government lands. - '
JOHN CALHOUN, ; t V
. v Surveyor General1, of
Kansas and Nebraska.
Sim'ej'or General's Office,. - )
Fort Leavenworth. Dec.27. 1854.
NOTICE.-(lVo. 3.) A - .
PURSUANT to instructions from the General
Land Office, and to enable me to reportTb
that Department, and the proper District Land
Unices, the proprietors of all towns, situated on
the lands -ceded to the United States, bv the
Ioway, Delaware, Kaskaskia and Peoria, Pian-.
keshaws and Wea tribes of Indians, which have
been surveyed, or which may be surveyed prior
to establishing the lines of the" United--States
surveys, are requested to" file in this Office,-as
soon as practicable, plats of all such towns,
showing distinctly their ouWboundaries," and
exhibiting in a. plain and legible manner, the
numbers of all squares,-blocks, lots, avenues,
streets, alleys, levees, . reservations ; public
grounds &c., giving the area of such townplats,
drawn on a suitable scale,' so that the lots can
be offered for sale by those plats. :
... JOHN UAL.HU UN, '. '
. , '' - of Kansas and Nebraska; -
--Surveyor 'GeneraPs Office, )' .
Fort Leavenworth, May 14, 18o5. 36-tf
rHE ro-partner?XP heretofore existing be
tween Benz &'StevensOn is thia day dis
joined by mutual consent. XA11 persons owing
;he firm will settle with J.'J. Bentz who con?
inues the" business,, and will pay all debts owed
y said firm. -.
- : J. I. BENZ,
July 2i;'55. r'-: G. D. STEVENSON. .
' TO;RAKSAS IMNIGRAMS.
STEAM FerryBoat. , Theindersigned with
pleasure announce -to all persons imigrating
to Kansas, California, Oregon and Salt Lake
city, that they harepurchasad a new, safe and
commodious Steam Ferry Boat, to ply between
Weston and" Fort - Leavenworth. A11 persons
who may wish to cross the Missouri at this point
may restassured thatevery exertion will be ex
tended to them tonnsure. a speedy and safe tran
sit across thenver. uall and try us.; - .
oepu 13. - HALLO S MFA344)Uttll. '
I f -. GA C. ALEX CNDEB.
i,f,2 PHOPHIETORS ' .
CORNER OF 11 Ai:r THOMAS STREETS.
- Wl iTOlT, Mo. '
THE subscibers t ',s3 leave to jay to thV'puJtW
Jic that our hous j"is Vr. a largest gad best fur
nished in Weston, it bL; ,3 a three story. Bric'i,
aud situated in the centre cf Ca city.'- : .v::
Our table shall always be ad with the best
that'the -country aCord?, and nstlitr paiS or
trouble will be. spairti in nakhig .! at home
who may favor us v-ith a'calL - r 1 1 . . - -e -
. ; . ---. - 1. , " . , - 1.
Tlhe siibscTiberaLrftnowreceiTing arid open
ing a large aud generaT assoitmeni of?Ury
goods, Clothing," Blankets; Boots, -IShoes Hats
Cap8,.Qrieeniware;GIis3 ayd?,Tinware, Gnnv
Hardware, and; a?' I selected sjock of'Grbeer
esJron end Castings: Together with tnlexten
sive assortment of Outfitting for the Plains, and
Farming -Utensils. We. will keep constantly oh
band a good supply of. Bacon, Flour' and Dried
Fruitr -K- ;v '"s. . '. -rr;c
'As we shall be regularty, in receipt of. ackli
tipnal supplies, Direct from the Eastern Cities,
our tock wiUall times be jll and fresh, and
we shall take great pleasure in exposing. 'them
for aale atour Ne,w Store House- in Leaven
worth City, K. T. .; V -'-.j'J-
Weare now erecting extensive shops for buil
ding and repairing wagons, and other Smithing,
and will -be "prepared 'to do: custom "work on
reasonable terms. .' " ; -m : ; ; - '
Wej-espectfujly ihvite the public4call
and examine par stock of merchandise and out
fitting, as also our shop work. - - :. "- :
. MAJORS, RUSSELL & CO. :
LeaarenworthXit, K. T., May , 1855, .
O. DIEFENDOKl, - THOMAS H. DOYLE, f
Late 'oi Weston; Mo. - - Late of Springfield,; 111.
; - JUrtdiGetieral Intelligence Office. r
TIHE undersigned, have this day formed a co;
"partnership and opened an" Office in-- the
town of Leavenworth,. .Kansas. Territory, and
arg now prepared Jp devote their undivided at
tention in giving strangers in coming to the
Territory, and to any person in tbe United States,
information concerning lands in Said Territojy ;
to buy and sell real estate in any of the Towns
particularly Leavenworth, and to give any infor
mation relative Jo the same, that may be desired.
Any persons living at a distance who wish to
employ our agency through which to effect in
vestments in lands or town property, shall re
ceive such attention as will give entire sati&fac
uonto.all. - " - .-. - f
, We have the honor to refer to - ' . t .
Hon. S."A. Dougla, Washington, D." C.
K- F. W. Risqoe?-Esq.t do do
,' S. V. Niles, Esq., Gen'l Land office, Wash-
' : ington, D. C.
Wm. Ogden.,Niles, Esq., Pension Office
vasnington, JJ. C . -
Messrs." Evans &. Fant, Washington, D.' C '
Hon. SoUP. McCurdy Weston, Mo. .
., ' Sol. L. -Leonard, St. Joseph, Mo. " "
" ' E. H. Norton, Platte city. Mo. '
" Willard P. Hall; St. Joseph, Mo.
Messrs. Russel &. Bennett, Mei chants. St. Louis
- Mo. n -.-
, Amidee ValleeEsq., St. Louis, Mo.
.Siter, Price & C,o., Merchants Philadel
- phi a, Pa. - ' - " - ; ;
Dale'Ross & Withers, Merchants, Phil
adelphia,' Pa. - - '
iRalph, Mead & Co., Merchants, N. Y.
Jennings, Reed &. Co. do . do
John Moore, State Treasurer, Springfield,
Illinois. i -
Thomas H. Campbell, Auditor of State,
Springfield, Illinois. " --'. '
Messrs.Campbell & Fondy; Real. Estate Agents,
. oprjugueia, Illinois.
" J. Bauinj Springfield, Illinois.
Lanphier &, Walker, Editors Dlinois
' State Register, Springfield,.Illinoi3.
Jacob Forsythe & Co.; Pittsburg, Pa.
Joshua F. Speed,' Louisville, Ky. ,
Jacob Strader, Cincinnati, Ohio.
B. Stevenson, Merchant Jacksonville,
Illinois. r ' - '
John Calhoun,-Sarveycf General, Kansas
anu iicui aAa iciiiiuiics. .
i, Address - . '
. DIEFENDORF & DOYLE.
Leavenworth, K. T ) - "' .. ., ,
Dec.15, 1854-14-tf 5 :s4-'t : 7 :
: LAW NOTICE,
AND LAND AGENCY.
-? Messrs. . Eastik & . Adams r Permit y me
through your Journalto announce to the public.
that I have opened a Law Office in Leavenworth
City, one. door west of the Leavenworth House,
where I shalj attend to .the various "duties per-
vaiuiug iu lue legai xrotession. uesirous 10
locate in a milder climate, than that of northern
Pennsylvania, where I have enjoyed for severr
al years a successful practiceTat one of the best
bars, in the State," I have selected this place for
a permanent residence, and trust my connection
with the. public will prove pleasant and satis
ractory. -in connectionwith the practice of
law fas will be seen. bv-an appended card. I
have associated, in 'the business- oLand-bbok-
iNGwith b-D. PjTcifER 5. whose position, and
residence in.lhe" Territory for several .vearS.;
renders him worthy of confidence and eminent-
ij.qualinedrortne undertakingr. ...
I have the honor to direct for, areferenees : to
TJ: r", 11 t irr -r - 1 t r r nr
ma liAcciicucjr uuyj xngier j nun. ir. y .
Woodward, (Judge jof. the Supreme Court,) and
Hon.-H B. Wrig-ht. of Pennsylvania : and Col.
J. W. Forney at Washington j " ,
? - J. WLAIUUN ALEXANDER.
- Oct. 27, 1854. T. . -- 5- . -..- .
The undersigned have established, the Land
agency, and Intelligence . business,3n Lea
venworth City, at the Law Office of J. M. Alex
ander; where they axe prepared to'cive stran
gers information concerning lands in Kansas
Territory, and to assist in the purchase and sale,
of Claims.- Also : having the agency of a large
number of Lots in this City, they will take plea
sure in waiting on "those who wish to examine
auupurcuas city property.
Gentlemen who wisn to employ 'tpur Ageucy
through which to effect investments, mav be at-
commodated with unexceptionable References
ana security . . o- D. PITCHER, . "
- ' j jm M ALEXANDER.
. Oct. 27, 1854. .
Ed wad s &, Buslinell. J-'-.
BOOKSELLERS &' S "TTION
ers, 124, Fourth Street, St. Louis.,
Mo., Constantly on hand life mo?''
complete assortment of School,' Classical, Med
ical and, Miscellaneotisvbooks and stationery of
every variety at the lowest possible prices.
Lieavenwortn, js.. l ., Sept. loth ly
TRlia DLE & .WOOD, . " r
, - DniggUts, WestonrMo.j ;.
"YT7!OULD rfespcctfuily announce ttrthe citi
V V' ?ensjef Kansas thatthey.are cow-opening
a their Store Room in Weston; a large nd hand
some assortment of --' Vt - "v - .
" Drugs Medicines, -White-Lead, Paints? OUf
Z .-''" -: and Putty. Together Xfe.'? -with",
a complete assortment of Hooks and Sta
tionery. School BopkiiOf every variety Novels
and Mi see 11 axifous-works Letter, Transcript,
Bill and iCa'ppper," Fine.. Note 4o. Visiting
and printers cards--Pens and Holders Inks &,c.
Also a large stock of. Farury -Goods f ill ot
which we are determined to .sell at prices to salt
the times .' . TRUNDLE & WOOD."
May 4,i855. ?34-tf :
JfEW PIIOTIIS33f STOUE. V
. GEO. BRUBAKER, r "
LEAVEkwoaTH Citt" K. T.
now.on hand, ajid will constantly keep
.tl all "liift - staple pro'vLsJions the - cotmtry- af
fowls, snch as; Bacon, Flour, Meal, Corn, Oats
Potatoes ac., 5m:. - - s s " .
R. HOLLAND; having permanentlv'loeated
In Leavenwo rth City, K. TVtenders V " f rp--al
services to: the. citizens of the ci? nd
co.cry. v Dr. H. haying been engaged in active
Eracticefor thirty five years, feels confident that
e will ts"able to renaer entire riti 'faction,
6ii woo c: j xavour mm vtv v
IT 'may. ui ' times bffe-.T!
I.ouss, ere - c when prv
L -ArilS, 1-.-35.' .:-. -
TJS result 'TJrurc2ay F; XT ATJE RY. fofrfns
'pickrMiami, iiilPs Laadlng WaveriyV Ler---
" linLexiEgtonViWeliingtoa, Caiadsn, Sible ,
- -flichfield, Liberty, .iIndepen'fenee,VKV- Jj
r p-'rville. Ft: Le" venworth. Weston,' Atiliison
.i", anu Joseph r-tr-.-T-J,' .'..' -f-
':lcZ":1! f S WILL ie-Te St. Louis f6u yerr
4' V alternate Tuarsdayras follows :
1 -sixincu xet, iotu;ana wiaz April
f 12th, 26th,y 10th; 21th; June Tthlst; J uly
5tb; 1 9th j Axiemst 2d. iCiii. 30th'SeTenib5 th.
27th! Cintsther 1 1th K. V.rv,W. 2(K OOJ-
7 wu, .spm XVVI gui 4tMUM.j
F-turning, will leave St Joseph for Louis
every'alternate Wednesday, at 10 o'clock, A. JMT
Atchison at .11'; a mj Iotan at.p. mj and will
arrive at Westoff the: same "Jay and rtmain there
over night.' Will leave : Weston, Thursday .at "7
o'clock-a in"; Fort Leave'nwortli at Lea
venworth city at $1 m; -Parkville at 10 am;
Kansas at"12 m; Wayne city at 1 p "m". j Liberty
at,2n m$ Richfield at 3 p mj.Sibleyt p. mj
Cataden at 5 p mj -Wellingion at 6 p mj ajut ar
rive jatLeiington same evening, and remain
there over night.. 'Will leaveLexington Fridays
at -7 c?4oclr a- m-Berlin: and Dovr- at 8$ $ mj
Wajerly at 2 p mr Glasgowt4 p mf. an(LBoon?
yille at 51 p m. Will arrive at St, Louis Satur
day afternoon in tima to meetf the'Louisville mail
boata, and all othefv. evening packets. . ;'"
in ALuiix nas oeen completely repaired
ptfra can, rely upon our punctuality and jdesmtcn.
AMBROSE REEDER Qap. -
BEN. V. GLIME, Clerk. - -
1853. ;A'' Slissoiiri River.
RE G UAR INDEPENDNJT PACKER
For Lexington, nstis,LvwvortCi''Fort
' f Lcavencor&, Tfestqn $c?St- sephj J- -
oau. illiL staunch, well built and well
furnished steameY Ben Bolt.
sa Asa AifNra,"'Masterx will run as a
regular Packet during the entire season between
St. Louis and -St. Josephs' ' The, JTen Boft is eiaJ
pnatically an tndepmdent packet, and will con
tinue in the trade -as such, and opposed to the
present steamboat monopoly " r ."
. The Ben Bolt is of excellent carrying capaci
ty, and her accommodations ;fpr pasiengefs are
unsurpassed. Every, efibif will.bVmade by the
ofiicers to merit a liberal patronasre This boat
has entered the trade n the; Missouri River, J
wicn me aetermination on the partolher oificers
to oppose all. monopolies,: adopting the maxim,
that competition is the life of business. Pat
ronise boat", if you would carry out thispfinei-
Ele, t that will not enter into a. combination " to
ire up all th ft. Pilots to'keepdo.wn competition.
tFor freight of passage apply on "board.
' f1 ' -- ASA ANN1S, Captain. ,
June l5, 1855. ..40-fs -. -4
&t ston Papers copy and charge boat.
1855. Spring Arrangement. 1855.
- REGULAR MONDAY ACKET FOR WESTON.
gLi, " THE NEW, lieht-draueht passen-
5i get steamer -GENOA. TwaocK-
mohton, Master., will 'eave t. Louis every al
ternate-Monday, for Weston, Fort Leavenworth,
Leavenworth City, Parkville, Kansas, Indepen
dence, Liberty, RichfieldSibley, Camden; Wel
lington, Lexington and points below beginning
her trips Monday, February 26th'. "
, The Genoa, having fine accommodations for
passengers and freight,,a reasonable share of the
patronage of tlie public is respectfully solicited.
V J. THROCKMORTON, Master,
J. E. GORMAN, Clerk. V ' V.
March 21855. -f - " ' V:
. 1855. Spring Arrangement. 1855.
REGULAR ST.LOUISSf WESTON PACKET.
For Brn:m-ick, an ami, Hill'iXandingTWaver
ly, Berlin, Lexington, Camden, Richfield, Lib
erty, Independence Kansas, Parkville Leav-
1 enworth City, Fort Leavenworth and Weston:
nUVf-y " X IIIU. DID A IN JJ S VV lJJ 1
SIsaac H.McKee, master; will, on
opening of navigation, commence her . regular
trips, to the above and all intermediate ports..
WThe 'SAsf. Cloon having been thoroughly. re
praied an4 refitted, and . being unsurpassed in
speed and capacity, her ofiicers hope, by strict
attention to business and the comforts of -pass-engers,
to merit a sharetf public patronagei "j
. IK&'For freight or passaged apply on board.
"' arpil 13, 1855. ' . , . . .
For Council Bluffs.
fltihi spienaicf passenger steamer
AB3IIUAL, Chas. K. Baker,
Master, will run as a regular Packet during the
sreason, between St. Louis, Boonville, Glasgow,
Brunswick, Hill's -Landings Berlin, Waverfy,'
Lexington, Camden-, Richfield, Liberty, Indepen-j'
dence, Kansas, Leavenworth, Weston, St. Joseph
and Council Bluffs.1 - - "-'...'- - " - l
The ADMIRAL is of excelet carrying ca
pacity,- and her accommodations, tor. pa.ingeri
are not surpassed by any steamer on the jfver.
Every effei t will be made bv her Ofiicers to m'eiv
it a liberal share of the ptiblic patronage, anil
shippers may rely upon dispatch and punctuality.
fi"For freight or passage apply on board.
' March 9, 1855. tf "V ". "':-? " " . -
HA.just ! ie'ceived,-'and is now. opewins a
choicei acd well "selected stock. of Pcre
Drugs and Chemicals, Patent Medicines, Paiiits,
Oils and Turpentines, Yamiihes. '; Dye Stiffs,
Window Glass, Putty, -Cigars, Tobacco ?and
Sritiffs, Pure Brandies and Wines ior Medicinal
use, Spices and Flavoring Extracts, Point Brj sh-i
es, Combs, - Perfumery, Pomades, fine extracts
for the handkerchief, Fancy Toilette Soaps; &c.
: '- A - drugs r.fwt?
Embracing every variety in the Ph'armaiopaiea,
warranted genuine from the best sources..
. :? , y At DAY'S Drug Store; ' ')?
ju8-tf . Cor.-Main &. CheroKec.
COLD Pressed Castor Oil, Fish Oil, Lard Oil,
Linseed Oil, Sweet Oil, best for table uses',
Turpentine. ; , . At DAY'S Drug Sore. .
eOACH Varnishj-Copal VarliiishDfmaT or
White Varnish, Eeather.Varnish &, of tha
best qnalitia cheap,"aj; " ' . r--U r '.ti
ju 8, 55-tf :j - . - DAY'ST)nigStore.p.
: A LL kinds of : Paints, dryland jLn j03, : of tfie
a. best "varieties, now. in .HseV "and"at yen- l aw
pTices for cash:' - Cor. of Maitt'dClierpkee;.''i.
G REAM of Tartar Bicprbonati of Soda, and
'Carbonate of Ammonia, f an BaLirig plifpo
ses,t . f'r -' ' ; r D A Y'S Ditig Storr. . ;
?A"Nextra Article o ifma cut chewing Tobac
A co," in -tin foiL . A."fine 3DnTify f Elk and
VKnQw JSTothir chewing .Tob Snoff.- and A
few brands of extra imported U.arai-.-Frinci-'
peX iforcia,'Sennita, Jenny Liai and Lucent.
Drop in at Day's and give them a "purr." - ; '
jut 8, 55-tf 'C.C64Miia.Chertee. "
T EG AL Cap Writiag-Papef, Blue Laid CaD?
fine Steel Pens, Quill3,fcc ' Call atv.- t
ju S'SoV. -vsi'v- H.CorJIai&lCherokee. a
of the be&t L l- will be sold
ja 8, '55.
smllmdvance cafrf r cash. Call at
StoTecan be found atTJaj'n aed the iul:lic"inj?
fely opoa. f adir j a f BriOine frtkle, tX vC i- f "
i oaMe. price?". paIj. J::?i . r v - ?
mil Wl hnnA TV Btl-if' ftTfj t Ttiioinsa. ' an f '.w : . . . f . . .
th J V -"'-1 ma Louisville UUail iJoats and other 'evenine-
the accommodation of .passe nger8,.to retain the j Packets. - y : X.
.'Leavenworth City, June ? I" " 3; , r.1? -f
t yNEW XJJGY,i7Eu Ccefeyjaas;
" 'UrL; f of StJoseph, West, Fvrt
xavenwortn, iayenworth Cityj
atuxua v,: waving pw jonis on the following
26 j Jums 9, 23j July T; 21; Augnrt L 18: Septein!
berSoctoberli, KoSmber SS
r .Beturning will leave St; Joseph f or St. Louii
Departiner .from StJosech t Sf TJii v-
days at 10 oclock, a,m. Atchisn 111 a m . Tata
ilf pTOj'arrivingat Weston same day and remain-
u,5 vcs i" sut. saving vyeston Saturday at .7
am,' Fprt Leavenworth at a m," Leavenworth
City 8 a m, Prkvilleat 10 mf Kansas at 12
?rJ2e 0ityl& P n Wbfrfy at2 p m, Klch
fiefd at 3 p ta2 Sibley at 4 p m, Camden 5 p m,
Wellington at 6 p".m, arriving Xexingt6iiame
evening and remaining all night.- Leaving Lex
ictgton Sundays' at 7-a m, Berlin and Dover 84 a
m, Waverly lOa m, Hill's Landingjat 11, a m,
Miami at 1 pja, Brunswick at 2 pm, Glasgow
at.4, p.m,-BopnviUe at p
m, arrivinar St.
LiQun Monday atternnon in ti
ime to connect with
mcy havinsr bee thornnpi v
icyaireu bhu rciurnisiio, wia many im
provements, which, greatly increase her speed
and tadd to the comfort, "convenisjiceauid safety
ofpa83engers, we hp'pej by a strict attention to
the business entrusted to "ourcare to merit a lib
eral Share of; the public patronage - -v
f rr?y WILLIAM CONLEY, Captain
vpgQ? WILLIAM KIMBERirkv ?
ti fMUsonri RiTer. ' -. .
6PHIKG ATttANGEMXjrTJFOR 1855.
i rf-.ft,' THE regular Friday nk5t'-iTLf
SS INGB1TRG, G. W. Bowman, Maater,f? -
for Brunswick, Miami,HiJP Landing, Wayerly,
fnr Kriineuiffc. Miami. Hi .ami nv Wc,,l..
uenin, iexuiguju, weuingcou, camaea, Sibley,
Richfield, Liberty, Independence, Kansas, gisk
yille, Leavenworth Fort Leavenworth, Wiestony
Atchison and St. Joseph," eommenciuglier- regu
lar trips frpm-bt. Jouisj on Friday, March 9th
tober. 5th amflSth November 2i, 16th and JJotli:
Mecember ltth and 28th. ' V - - i :
Leaces St. Joseph' every alternate Thursda7
at lfi o'clock, a m,s follows : March 15ih an 1
29th, Ap?iM2tb and 26th,. May 10th and 2i
June tth and 21st, July 5th and 19lh, August 2d,
16th ana 30thSeptember 13th aad 27th. October
11th and 25th, November and 22dj DecemVer
6th and20lh.- . hv
Leaving . Weston, Friday a 7 - o'cldcK a "m:.
Parkville at 9, a m, Kansas 10j.a m,fiVayne city
11, a m, Liberty 12, M, Richfield 1p m, Sibley
2, p mCamden 3, P M, Wellington, 4, p m; and
on Saturday following, will leave Lexington at 7j
a m, Ppver at'8, a in, Waverly :9, 4 a m, Hlls
Landing 10, a m, Miama 12; m, Brunswick p
m,Glasgow 4, r m. Arriving in St Louis on
Sunday afternoon, in time' f orIhe Eouisrille
packets. v - , ' " , . '..;
We beg leave to return our thanks for thejib
eral prtl onage bestowed on uS" last season an $
hope by strict attention to'business " to merit a'
continuance of the same. i -ir- -
l-..- Gi- W "B O WM AN, CapUin
:'G: A.' Reich eneker, Clerk.
April 6, 1855. , ; . , v t f
1855 FOR MISSOURI RIVER. 185$.
'REGULAR THURSDAY PACKET, V
For Boonvillo, Glasgow, JBntricki MtdietHSVi
Tiding; Waverly, Berlin y Lexington; Wetling-
on, Camden, RichfieldUberty, Independence,
. Krnsas, Parkville, Leavenworth, Fori herven-
worth', Weston,' Atchison andSLJosiph.
fGil - TTH E fast and. elegant stealer CAT
Mt AB ACT, L.A..Weltpn, Master,liav-
iiff been purchased exm-esslv for th traH - t
Uke the plac of ihe Honduras,' will leave every
alternate Thursday, throughbiif the season, for'
me aoove ana lmermeuiate landings, beginnin0
er trips as follows : -3- . :: -.. - t -. .
I-Leaves St. Louis. ThursdavlVJVfaVrb sVh an A
7th ; April 5th and 19th ; May 3d, 17th and
,.uui j June urn ana zstn pjuiy 12m and 26th ;
August 9th and 23d ; September 6ih, 20th ; Octo
ber 4th and 18th ; November 1st," 15th and 29th-
leaves fct. Joseph, Wednesdays March 14th
'and 28th-; April Jith and! 25th ; .May 9th and
2PtTxi July 4th and 18th rAugust lst 15th and
ith ; September lzth and.2bui j c October 10th
and 24th ; November.7th and2Ist 'i
Tlsnjrtinir'frnm 'Sf TnwhK ar-nt-rr 1-
'1 -"e - - j v jtj ii nave
Wednesday, at 10 o'clock, ata WesSonThor
day,at7 o'clock, a m ; Fort Leffven wbrth. at 8 :
Parkville, 10 a m j Kansas, at 12m t Wayne City,
at Lexington same, evening. ; Leaves Lexington
Friday morning at 7 o'clock Berlin and Dover
at 8 a m j Waverly t 17, am ; Hill'js Landing at
11am; Miami at 1 p m ; Bmoswick-at 2pm;
vjjasguw au- p m , aau Juuauueai3 pm. Will
arrive at St. Louis on Saturday evening, in time
for mail Boats to. Louisville and other-lines ..of
travel for the'Noithand-East. i r' if.;.
-The Cataract has ba recently 'fitted up ih a
superior manner expressly focthe. ) iver and for
speed and comfort has no superior in the trade'i
and we Confidently ask fron; our otdf riends and
patrons, the same liberal ptroc age extended to
us while in change of the Honduras. f "
- , LC A. WALTON, Jfaster7-:
april 655.1 . M. R. McDo?JAiB, Cleikr
18d5. easu -jLrrau jement. . ;1855.
'ST. LOUIS T.JOSEPH PACKET LINE.
7 THE Ifew, Elegant ar Fast Regular Pa3sen-
l iflSker-Packet POLAR $TA Tt ,
i ci. t . LriXf Master, Will leave iyz. LK)n
is, during the season on every alternate TUES
DAY.at Co'dlbck, p.m., for Giasgow, Brims wick,
Miami,; Hill's Landing, Waerly, erlinr Lex
igton, Wellington Camdf nibiey, Richfield,"
Liberty, Independence, KinsalParkvilJe, Leav
enworth City, -Fort, Leaven vtfurthi -Weston, St.
Joseph and intermediate poiBts j" ;. . ;.
i- Commencing her regular trips at the opening
of .navigation, will leave St Loiiig'eTery alternate
Tcesdax as follows I : ; - . r
Febuajv 27th j : i : Asrust lith.and 18th;
r 'March l'2ihX2ah ; : i Septeraber ilth.25 j
. AprillOlh and224 jr f October 9th and 23d-.
May Sth and 24th ;-T f fNpveaber 6th & 20th
June 5th aThdlSth ;.. '. J December 41h - --
July 3d, 17th & 31st; r ..'
RETURNING willieay St: Joeepli every al
tnate Monday. atlO rfclocki AIM.. afollows
MaixhSth andlfith Augist 6th and 20th ; .
April iw, AOtn 1 :-Septear;er3d & 17 th;
Mayvl4ibr aad 28th;
June 11th and 25th;
; July 9th and '23d ;
OctOberlst, 15th fc29;
osen'h JTtjrid?va at 10-o'-
Departing from St.
clock -A.:M,rVc5ton?ruesdatt at 7 c'colck, A.
l . .
M.vFoct Leaven wortfi at 8,4-' M, Park vi llei;
17, Ari.i Kansas at ii, MV Wavs City at;.
P.I. Liberty at 2. M4 RUT hileld at 3, Pvog
Sibley at 4, P. M.'C1 feaat&, P.-M Welli'
tou. ai 6, P.-M., Lex-'-' ton-tednesdays! Tt
i h., ijrunswtcr-'t z, ivjvi., Glasgow at
P. M. Boonville ai'ITP, M.. and arrivinJin 1
Louis Tharsdayaftrfnooi, iatime for iouisviin
'Mali- Doats, d thai evening vJines of tarvel 1?
every 5 rctin. - 1 r--r ix'- -L'-''-
i No effort hall bt waiting Ihe part f r
-of5cf s, toi-etain-f thetPoHrr,; th& tv'
Pi ry: which iie hi? heretofore aeqnV
' Will oe".cb.eerf ulVf:xt"aJed (a't'asseDers
shippers may relylapon the,cf.aost puncts
.at-disjatdiiia'tli 'delii-erv rifxfcighfe
f"j Ur"a-e xnaay?at:iy o'ctocka. T as
follows:. March 9, 23; Aprfl 6, 20; May 4, 'l8-
7, 21 j October 5i 19, November 2,1; 30; Dec. 14
ana zna ; April mn ana zutn. May 4th and ISlhi
June 1st, 15th and 29thy July 13thVnd2TthA'
gust 10th and ,24th, September-7th'and1jrsU Oc
iZerJki's rS, 1S3 KoriIlvit: eJ
f-. . - ;. ' f - TtAmlr .. -
f-Bvnk of, irasoarir
LL f,. .order, at -rhi3esaleri3 y '
o&$t house in tL. Western countv
set tart being aearly li tor cai ''l
parcnasei tart bein2riiearJvii
cetain thjfc we tan: offer as great Ind'c-:
2,500 litchell andSmltI riil
,2,000 ;?ariey-a Geo2Tanhy: , , V?
' ' xuwje ana lown.
J,Xa addition to these we TSav
tflgfea; 'Geoligies ristoric
Aftjlaw, medical. and xlassical vrorkg. -
;- 200 . r- blue chMdf -. - - .
300 ; wanilla;7. i "T "
600 "-213CSi; Vlntinrt - ' '
275- :.22X32P do v "V
.S0O :24X33 -:vdo;P ' ;
L.ioo.:f i25rsa H;
STATTONARY50 gross 4?z blact ink,
I ; f:,, 50 gross 4 oz blue ink: P .
1 -: so f-' ,tr, 1. .
guilts, AIOS. J.U U) OU
I " V owl
btationarv evpr nfToriA i ,?.. 1.-1.
JJlfi. UUOKS 10.000 cuires canbonV.
bnniiH.. . ' .
fffi' "w p books, full bound; :
f medium, full bounds
1,000 v'royalfufl bound: ' ?
11- ' 'BOOK5 BINDERY.
couuecteu rneir stnr: wh rT -r-.il
Wied with - tools and hmrfmo- mM. ,.-v.-l
ther makerrown fiZanfc0 IForfe, which theHl
offer for sale in their store, bsino- ioi,an-
if not better made, than any blai&ooks boT2A
m . s ,ern Dartefand offered for sale hertt
All kinds of Blank wort
shorteat notice, .and warranted. .
JSUJd iJooka rebound. . .'
Rags. -"-- - AMOS IT.- RHTTT.T7 ,
v -$:kZ'-. 'A.Main st, St;Loui:
Noyember-l4 1854-tf. , . . - -
i Attention Squatter So yc reigns. -
c. . MISSOURI . r tv;
, Sasti, ttoor, and- J3Und
domft of Jfinth and. Walnut JStreds,) ! y
IF YOU WANT to.saveO to 100 per-cent onl
your bills of Lumber and work, you must pur
chase iri St. Louis. . The following are soma of I
the prices of building Materials, Lumber, Ac.
x;iear lumber S4a oo ner 1000 fefc
- 2nd Quality "
$30 00 1000
Frame Timber, $25 00 to $30 per 1000 J&t. J
x iworiug, .. v ou to 54U " 1000
YVeatner boarding 20 00 to $25 " 1000
Facing Lumber, 1 side $3 00 2 sides
per .1000 Jeet.- v-- -
Sash 8 x 10 11 thick 54 cts. per lijAt..
"10xl2l . 7 " - '
" 1.0x14 lL:,, 10 "
- Doors 2 feet 8 by 6 feet 8 1 thick $2 40 "l
' -2 10 " 6 10 l " $2 55
- These are some of the Vric j?w e setl
or rail famcuiarsseewurpnnLea bill o.pit
: -We are manuf acturiilg to order -and keito
haid an assortment Doors, Sash, Blinds, 1
and WindawFrames Mantels, Base, Shelii
renting, iTuamer . xuux(ung, J looriug ; a
Mouldings of every Pattern. " .. . V i
Oar work is all made of seasoned Lumber a
warranted equal to hand work. '-:- : c
We will send our bill of prices ta any r ers
vuai wisu uue. - -; "
iv-i. ri - - , i
, , SAWYER & McILVAIN
March 23, 1855.
New .Tailoring Esratilisninc
. r IN WESTON.; ' 3
Cf t. RUDE. .- -" - . . CTKVS C
RUDE &K UHN beg leave to inform tj.
izens of Weston and tha rest of rnanii
that they -have entered into eo-nartneivr
the Tailoring business, and, by. a strict ac-'
co Dusiness ana a desire to please all,!
most respectfully solicit a sharV of tl-f
patronage. -Their shop is on Tlinmas if
posite Muphy's Saloonwhere all wGiTc-en- .
ted to them will be dona in the latest and aK.
approved style, and at the shortest notice. i
Weston, May 4, 1S55-34rtf C
f MATIIEW PABK'S
' CORNER 5tk-and Whm?t
the largest establishment in ST
Loms, we now have th tnf ZV
4'Tiiete assortment evaiR... j J
.wwuj, i.iicit iaeattnfJ
or purcnas era to our Stock f
- Egvptiam AHO iTAtlii
Mtmumentsf very-style; hydraulic
plaster of parisre bricks, white sand, togv
Iv-c-tt J r"?v,iUw wimme trade; I
E"Having been anaffed in h hnva. vl
nessfor a Ions: timen.Fhiladlr.hi1, T -1
su ; arrangements, eUppy my estabhV
meat, ami fill the largest c-Her8 off & ahorA
notiie. ,. -ssJU M- K'
Sep54.- KlVV ;. H
TH EV nnders fgnea has stablishdr"tx
. the. MistourfPiverat the town, of t f
wareiKansaa Territory. r He has. beeu for I
time past and is at this time prepared i cro.M
& moments notice, all those svishing ttf cross
Missonrr'Jit Delaware. ,JAny; cn. wishing
Visit KaHlas'Territory from4 aiy point bei
Weston ia Platte county, Mo.j wiJf find.thit i?
Fefryis the nearest and iesi point at whicffi
cross theT-iver,, particularly if they wish, to I
to the Stranger or Grass Hopper toixoSsr.'f'
aIs,wiUbe tha cawwith all persoT
to go to.Kaw country or iisU Calhouoio
Council Grove orV-- -W
that alt n?. '
AlTJMETJCS-SjOOO Smith, " Pike ar
: ?2"Sries'1&ailey tod AdamsjV. ;V
..'IipOO reamsetter, from $1 50 o $5- if
1 2,000 bundles-crown wrappinei A J
f5,00Q-"7 mediimT , So; Tr ; M
100 " . . har.I Xj ? V
1 1 150 reams enyelS ; --t :-u - '-' I