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S a tarda j, : : : : : r : : : August 6, 1859.
The Two Villages
Over the river on the bill, - ; ?
Iieth ft village-white and ato3; - J
- AJ1 around it the tot tree
Shiver and whisper in the breeze;
: Over it sailing shadows go
, W-sosrlBgbawk.and reamngeTtrr,i f.'r
t And mountain grasses, nd sweet, - -Grow
in the middle of every street.
Over the river, under the hill,
Another Tillage lieth still; ....
There X see in the cloudy night ; '"
Twinkliflg stars of household light.
Fires that gleam from the smithy's door,
Mists that curl on the river shore;
, And in the roads so grasses grow,' ; - . j
For the wheels that hasten to and fro. .
: la that Tillage on the hill.
Never is sound of smithy or mill;
-""The house are thatched with grass and Mow
ers, ; Sever a'elock to tell the hours;
. The marble doors are always shut,
- Yon eannot enter in hall or hut; . .
All the village lie asleep;
, Never a grain to sow or reap;
. V Never in dreams to moan or sigh.
Silent, and idle, and low they lie.
?' In that village, under the hill,
, Whsn the night is starry and still, ;
; Many a weary soul in prayer.
Looks to the other Tillage there.
And weeping and" sighing, longs logo", J. c
Up to that home from this below; .
Longs to sleep by the forest wild
V-1 - Whither have-vanished wife and child, ---'
And heareth, praying .this answer fall
. M Patience ! that village shall hold ye all 1"
. v Mixing Up the Babies. .
The Weaverrille (Cal.) Journal contains
"Some time sga there .was a dancing par
ty given 'up north;' most of the ladies
present had little' babies, whose noisy per
versity required too much attention to per
mit the mothers to enjoy the dance. - A
number of gallant "young men volunteered
to watch the young ones while the parents
indulged in a 'break down.' No sooner had
the women left the babies in charge of the
mischievous devils, than they stripped the
rofants, changed their clothes, giving to
one the apparel of another. The dance over,
it was time to ero home7 and - the mothers
hurriedly took each a baby, in the dress of
i . it i
ner own, ana siarxing, some io vneir uomes,
ten or fifteen miles off, and were far on
their way before daylight . But the ; day
following there was a prodigious row ., in
that settlement; mothers discovered that a
single day. had changed the sex of their ba
bies: Observation disclosed startling physi
logical phenomena; and then .commenced
some -oi -ine 1 taiiest xemaie peaesinanism;
lfving miles apirt7 it required two days ta
unmix the babies, and aa many months to
restore the - women to their natural sweet
disposition.' r To .this day - it is ; unsafe fcr
any of the baby mixers to venture - within
tlie territory.'.' .
T f v ' . ! ' ' ,
Poverty is only misfortune when wishes
keep the purse-strings. Poverty is the
normal condition of -man; - neither banks,
slocks! dividends, houses,"or" rents" we're
dreamed of in Eden.Adam was happy,
and never saw ajcheck-boqk in his life..
A professional beggar boy some ten years
of ' age, ignorant of the art of reading;
bought a card to place on his breast, and
appeared in the streets as a ."poor widow,
with eight small children." J' . 7
During the late'severe weather' a cow is
said to have caught such, a cold that "she has
yielded nothing but ice cream ever since.
' They grease: the ballots in Virginia, to
prevent scratching. That is an invention
that don't boast of a Yankee origin.
! r:?yr , i L . . ; ? :V f.ir;
i A Dubuque paper says, complainingly
that "money is close ." We are afraid that
it isnt close enough to be reached.,. .
HARD WAR m
Chamberlin & Carpenter, '
LeTee, 2 Doors East of Main Street,
' KANSAS CITY. MO . ' ' .
Have in Store,' a large and well selected stock of
Hardware, Iron, Nails,
STEEL, GLASS, SASH, 5
CORDAGE, SAWS, SAW-MILL FIXTURES,
Blacksmith's and Carpenter's Tools, and .Fann
ing Implements, tc, fec., -which they, will sell at
tne lowest UA8U prices. ' mayzu-T
HASSLCR & HALLDERC,
Will keep constantly on hand l L : '
. Bread, Cakes, Pies, & Groceries, - -
and will pay the highest cash market-price for
Eggs, Butter, etc., on Commercial street, one door
south of Hadleys store, Emporia. --
. 87 Fresh yeast can be had every day apr23m6
JVI. D. BAILEY -' ';'-"
Attorney and CbTuisellor at Law,;
. EMPORIA, KANSAS.
WILL give prompt and faithful attention to
any business of a legal nature that may be
entreated to his care in any court of the Territory.
, tT Office in Masonic Hall Building, Commer
cial street. ' . . ; v n4S
J. IWtUS. W. K. BEJUTABO. ' T. K. MCTT?HXJ.
J. & -WTB. BEEHARD & CO.,
WESTPORT, MO., ,
WHOUiALS, DEALERS IS
Staple Dry Goods,
y';':i:ZQ R o c e n i e s; !
Indian, Hezicon, and Outfitting Goc&s.
, j. ..Now.', is ..the: Time!;.- :
TO GET THE CHEAPEST FARM IN THE
.Cottonwood f Valley 40 c acres timber, 40
acres first bottom, 80 aerea' second bottom, SO
acres fenced, - living water for stock, a Kving
spring of pore water, convenient to a fia LuilJ
iag pUce. Speak quick, or it will be eon. -apr30tf.
; iEBTreof rt E. P. BAKCSOFT. r
B. W. CHICX. liTZ-J-Jf-JaOTSx.
ir?-3Vii-W. H.: CBICK:.ft.:C0.4:i.c jcoC
Successors to Walker & Chick,
Pesrwarding and fwfTfTehgata;-
.West LeTeV"a .-"- - - - - I Vu--afiM-ly
' t Eaasas Citr Sf ,
U SEE II 0 V-AiL .i :.
THE uno'ersigned would inform his friends and
t the puMIe that having, fitted up his new of
fice! a s- Hasonw-IIall; Building he will here
aez be prepayed to sttead to all cosi&'ess In th
lie cf(las.2pTvfsiCa wii proiaptns and dis-
tK'ii ! il't-: i i v- i. trk.. ?i -.:- i .-'-V i
f I " - f 2" S t z
I - - -r f i -m. . -
WOODWAHD & FINLEY,
e-" -'-- -. " ' - - . .... - -
In Babcock &' Lyidns' Brick Building,
Are receiving 'from St. Louis and the EasteW
Cities their immense - -- - - - - -
- ; Spring; Stock . of "
DRUGS and lyODDIOINES,
Selected bycae of tne firm just returned from tha
East. . We have the . ; ' (
LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE DRUG
WEST OF ST. LOUIS!
We trill Duplicate Leavenworth or Kantax
City Bills with Drugs and Medicines,
of the best quality, guarantied).
At f ame Prices, or lower !
. ? AND .THE PUBLIC GENERALLY n .
are requested to call or send in their orders which
will receive prompt attention.
WOODWARD fc FI5TLETV
, Lawrence. Kansas, June 4th,.1859. ly .
Bare Chance for Investment.
THE subscriber offers for sale, CHEAP FOR
CASH, 160 acres of land, within two miles
of Emporia, lying on both sides of the Cotton
wood river and affording one of the very 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 further particulars apply to M. A.
Morse, Burlingame, or to the undersigned at his
office in Masonic Hall Building. '
Emporia, June 25 - L. D. BAILEY.
IMPORTANT TO PRE-EMPTORS!
FULLY GUARANTEED, WITHOUT RE
gard 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!
u0. A. WHITTUMOSE & CO., .
3 -A. 1ST K E E S
REAL ESTATE AND
Land .Warrant Brokers,
.' UEAVENWOBTH CITT AND LKCOMPTOK, .
Will sell to Pre-emptors '
LAN D WAR RAN TS!
Guaranteed perfect, at from eiaht to ten dollars ad
vance on the latest New-York quotations. Proof
yaycro, tcgai butics bsu any necessary assistance
at tne ljana umce, rree oi cnarge.
We will always sell at Lawrence prices, and
loan Warrants on time, at lowest rates.
S3" A liberal discount to the Trade or those pur-
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. -. mal4m3
; CENTRAL KANSAS
LAND AND COLLECTION
.V. . -A. Cr B XsT O "S" -
The Oldest Agency in tne Neosho Valley!
OFFICE AT THE EMPORIA HOUSE.
YTJITH THE COMMENCEMENT OF THE
W New Year I wish to return my hearty thanks
for the liberal support and encouragement that has
been extended to me in my business for the past
two years. This office was opened here about two
years ago, not witn uie expeciauon oi realizing a
fortune, but with the hope of contributing some
thing towards the settlement and improvement of
this beautiful valley, by means of direct personal
effort, and by furnishing information to those at
the .bast wno were seeKing homes ana occupation
at the West. - I have endeavored to keep steadily
in new the Future of' this town and country, and
by means of considerable labor and expense, re-
earatess ox present pront, my Dusmess is now es
tablished upon a firm and reliable basis; and I
can oner u au wno encrust weir Dusiness to my
cardl an intimate knowledge of the country, its in
habitants, and their circumstances, derived from
extensive travel, and constant . intercourse with
settlers, upon and since their arrival. I claim to
be thoroughly conversant witn tne wants and ca
pabilities of tins couatry, and snail never adviss
correspondents cr ' emigrants aught tney eannot
realize. My facilities for the transaction of busi
ness are unequalled by any office in the Neosho
valley. J. en all attend ail tne .. . ,
Government Land Sales, ;
and can safeiy say to capitalists and others who
desire to invest in Western land that I know
I can buy better land for Its money, than
you could yourselves if present. Emigrants in
search of claims or eligible situations for ousiness,
can always save time and money by calling at
this office. - Ltate plats showing: all unoccunied
land, always on hand. Deeds. Bonds, Mortgages,
xjea.se b, io-partnersnips, ana an other legal docu
ments prepared with care, and recorded when
aesirea. . . - . .
;; 3? r o o i 1? a p e r s ,
Declarations, and 'Affidavits, made and guaran
teed perfect. In fact, everything connected with
the right of Pre-emption attended to with prompt
ness and fidelity. Land Warrants and Money
loaned on commission or joint account, and eood
bargains guaranteed in all cases. . Those having
Land, Town property or claims to sell 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 enoosp iruui ana goou bargains, x will
pay taxes for non-residents, and collect debts in
all the Neosho river counties.
I intend, the ensuing spring, or as soon as the
emand will warrant, to commence a series of
MOXTHL T A UCTIOX SALES
Of Real Estate in Town and Country!
I sow offer for sale the following property, the
price tit mil eases but, to sua the tunes .
50 Lots in Emporia, for cash or on time w
ranty deeds given.
10 Shares in Emporia. ;
One House and lot on Commercial street, suita
ble for an office or . shop, and residence; or for a
store., . . . r . . ..
One House and Lot corner . Merchants St and
sixth Avenue. "
- 160 asses Land miles from town.
. 80 acres u improved land one mil from town.
. One share in Toledo. .
.Eleven Lots and House in Toledo! ' V V!
i . Two splendid claims near Toldo.-"-.' i
' ?0 acres land one mil from 7mivu.'' V".
, .4n improved farm of 170 acresv' with good
buildings, ten acres timber, three miles from town.
1W acres beautiful land on the Verdigris, 40
. cr. scr-wm cm soia werii
low, if told soon, ' i. " -
- CI aims, Claim a Claims of all kinds, and - in aD
directions from town. . r ... -
Correspondence solieited Letters of - inquiry
Address:- ,- E. P.HAK CROFT, -t
f iiiuj'iU t xaapona xans&s.
ANTED, in ezchasn for goods. Furs. Hides.
Tallow, uorn, c. - ,
dcJK , HORNSBYS-nCK:
"Wholesale Dealers in'"'"' "
O CKRIE S,
1 ... . I. 2ri qjv: x s x on's.':'; : .
' TOBACCO AND CiCARS
Campbell's - rqnrStcry ' Baildiagj
WE8T LEVEE, KANSAS CITT, MO.
HUB BELL, VHEATLEY & CO.,
Have in store the largest and best assortment of
Staple and Fancy GrdceriesJ
On the Missouri Hirer, which they offer at EAS
TERN PRICES, with - cost of transportation
Ilubbell, Wheatley Co ;
Purchase their poods direct from FIRST HANDS,
and are offering them at lower prices than any
other house on the Missouri Kiver.
HubfceU, "Wheatley & Co., . . ;
Offer inducements to EMIGRANTS, that no oth-
' ; er House in the west can offer. . i
HUBBELL, WHEATLEY. & CO.;.
DEFY COMPETITION ! Their stock is large
and they are determined to sell. -r
ti c ubtc iu Bwn iarg mtuuuts oi every u
tide- usually, kept in a Wholesals : Grocery
Merchants of Kansas City, South-west Missou
ri and Kansas Territory, will do well to examine
our stock before purchasing 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.
sell at Eastern pricesand only add cost of trans
pertation. , T -ul V A -i ,L . -I i
' Hides and Corn Wanted ! . 7 ;-
FR which the highest market price in: gold
will be paid.
HUBBELL, WHEATLEY A CO.
Kansas City, April 23, 1859. ly , , , .
GREAT WESTERN SADDLERY HARDWAE1 HOUSE.
'DONALD & KLINE,
Manufacturers and Dealers in all kinds of
Saddlery and Harness,
And Wholesale Dealers in
Saddlery Hardware, and Trinunings,
mais erairr, 2TBA& ixvxs, kaksas orrr, mo. .
. no63-ly !
t MAIN STREET, KANSAS CITT, MO., r
THOMPSON McDANIEL, Proprietor,
JAMES I.. GRAY, Superintendent.
ID" This House is centrally located, has a live
ry and sale stable connected with it. .Four lines
of stages leave this House daily for different points.
D. M. BOLAND & COn
Importers and Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
CHLVi, GLASS & QFEENSWARE,
Britania Ware, Tea Trays,
Table Cutlery, Wmdow Glass anl : Lookmg Glasses
WATER COLORS, &C, &C,
THIRD STREET, KANSAS CITY, MO.
G. D. FOCLESONC,
DRY GOODS, HARDWARE,
CLOTH IN G
Boots, Snoe3, Groceries, Hats, Caps, &c.
apr23m6 WESTPORT, MO.
THE CORNER STORE!
M. DIVEL EYf
Wholesale and Retail . Deoler . in .
Groceries and Provisions,
S. E. corner of Main and Third sts.,' '
apr23m6 , . KANSAS CITT, MO
DR. J. O. BOCCS.
Pioneer Drug and Book Store,
. MAIN STREET, WESTPORT, MO.
IS now in receipt of a full Spring supply
Fresh and Genuine: . .. -l
DRUGS & MEDICINES,
Chemicals, Perfuanery, Fancy articles, Patent Med
icines,1 Paints, Oils, Window Glass and Putty,
and almost every article usually kept in a Drug
Store. His stock of Books embraces a large va
riety of Miscellaneous Works, . School Books,
Blank Books, Envelopes, Cap, Letter and Note
paper, Ac; , t ; .- ..- r , . .--
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, v
In Brick Building, corner Delaware A Third sts.,
LEAVENWORTH CITT, KANSAS, (J.r
, .IRON, STEEL, NAILS, ..
Carpenter and Blacksmith Tools, .
CIRCULAR MILL SAWS,
Rubber, belting and Packing, Plows' and Farm
ing Utensils. ...... ,83-ly t
-W.: R. S 1ST EL SON,
. KANSAS CITY, MO
' -"Importer and Wholesale Dealer in "
FOREIGN & DO.WiSTIC ' DRUGS,
02s, DBrelies, Mew Glass, Gfcsswe, Per
FU3IERY, Sc FANCY GOODS, ..
and all things belonging to a first-class Drug House!
In addition a large and well selected Steele of .
WINES, LIQUORS, TOBACCO AND CIGARS,
which are offered at very low figures. ,
SZT Orders respectfully solicited, s, - apr32m6
x. c u cAxrt,
W. O. BAIXXIT
ITCASTY & BAESLEY,
FORWARDING & COMMISSION
TwX e n. c s'a. rr s 9i
General Steamboat Agents
Riddlcbargers Fire-Proof . Bailding
Noa.5 nd 6 Levee, - W -KANSAS CITY HQ.
To Best. -
. "HOUSTTANTT ABO U 1' THIRTY ACRES
J. of plowed land, under feaee, on Dow Creek,
seven rtuka north of Emporia, known as th Allen
Pearson plaoe. Apply to , ,L. D. B ALLEY.'
:,Eapona, March lij.1859.., L,
: ;j C Paper JEasgissBcrders, '.-'iZ,
r COMPLETE Assortment of all kinds ; House
Pimm Tlnr.laM. tc PruM 1, . ;nw
Iand smes to ple&ss th fcaast fastidious,
s v: k v zj o.,wilmarth.-j n
1 . Oet 30: a - h V ' r-'i ' Lawreaee, KansasO,
PRENTISS & GBISWOLD-
, Are how receiving their" .
. ; ' OF..' . -J i.: - :
Drugs and Hedicines
FROM NEW YORK, PHILADELPHIA; -PITTSBURGH.
AND ST. LOUIS,.
All of which will be sold as low as the lowest at the.
Lawrence "Wliolesale1- Drag House;
; IN THE ELDRIDGE BLOCK, '
O5X"D00n SOUTH Of TBK KAH KBTKASCB;
N.-'B. The publie in general are invited to
"CIVE US A CALL!"
and we -will warrant to suit,' both in prices and
quality. -. - , PRENTISS A GRIS WOLD. ;
jjawrence, April juui, ioo. .
: r .Cheapest!
JOHN P. WHEELER & CO.,
Jobbers and Outfitters in'
Provisicns, : " - India Eabbsr Goods,
: Liquors, , ClotMzxg,
D RY G O O D S j
. Blankets, . Tobacco,
Boots and Shoes,' Guns and Pistols,
Hats, . . - r- Saddlery,
. HARDWARE, &C.
Adapted to the Western Missouri, Kansas,
the Great Plains and New-Mexican v
- .. Trade. -.
Also Buyers of
HIDES, PELTS,W0L& TALLOW
. .. WEST.LEVEE, . v; .,
KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI.
JOHN P. WHEELER & CO.,
ARE now opening a stock of goods of the above
kinds, which for , ,
EXTENT, A XD VA RIET Y .
Kever Been Equalled est of . St. Louis.
: All our Goods hw e been
PURCHASED OF FIRST HANDS, .
, ; - , And we can make it to the Interest of
, v.' Merchants itt the Interior -
To purchase of us instead of going farther East.
. ALL WE ASK IS A TRIAL.
April 9, 1859.-Iy , .. 87
COUNCIL GROVE; AHEAD!
TRAVELERS TO PIKE'S PEAK,
General -Outfitting IJepot!
THE SUBSCRIBERS, ANTICIPATING AN
increase of travel on the Santa Fe Road du
irng the present spring and summer, have provi
ded themselves with a large stock of goods for the
purposs of being able to meet the demand. . They
will keep on hand a full stock of ,
Dry Go 6 ds, Groceries,
PRO VISIONS, HARD WARE, . -. r
BLANK ETS,,;CLOTH I N C,
Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, Flonr, Sugar,
Co See, Molasses, Beans, Bacon, Axes, Knives,
and all articles necessary to a -GENERAL
Also, Dealers in Live Stock Mules, Ponies, Os
en and Cows. ' ' ; -1
CT All the above articles' will be sold at the
lowest prices lor CASH. , , - . - ,
- T. HILL & CO.
. Council Grove, Kansas, April 2th, 1859x3.
PICKLED PORK AND "WHITE FISH-' '
For sale cheap by-- HORNBYS FICK.
- JAS. c. sands,;,;; -s
"G- e at Western" -SADDLE
1 r LAWRENCE, KANSAS ' - -"Wholesale
and RetaO. - n63-ly'
i --t-; - v CcaYsyaaciis, ; i . - '
DEEDS; and all kinds of Legal "Writing drawn
with, aeeuraey at iny cice snder Masouie
HalL- rj8ltf , L. D. BAILEY. -
- i - Fw Sale) Cheesf -v 1
LOT8 and Shares In Eraporia,' by1 '
April 9. 1859. - p.-Bj PLUMB.
GUN P O W' D E E .
Hsuard Powder' Conipaay,- cf H&x
1 1- v;rdvill, Connecticatj' m
If AV JS BUiui- A MAOAZLNE AT KANSAS
11 CITY, and will hereafter- keep a supply of
their Sporting, Mining, and Blasting Powtfer on
stantlyon hand, and for sale, 'by their Agents
Messrs. BALIS dr HICKS, of Eansas-CSty..
President of. the Hazard Powder Company '
HaBardvinerSept.Il853. i : vMjl.
"3 .ir i :
t "R A t JS & mcks, ;.. !iZ
AMJL AIM) -."JYii
- Wholesale and Retail Dealers in. ...
SCHOOL; BOOKS & STATIOiVBRY,
.-; . nrcLconro thk
ECLECTIC (M'GUFFEY'S) READERS.
NATIONAL SERIES, -
ELEMENTARY (WEBSTER'S) SPELLERS.
And alaree assortment tf nsw ..ii
compiled .'' i : . ;
Text Books Classic and Common.
Wrar-mnfir Paner. WJl Pnr r. tm j
Note Paper. Enrelooes. in everv tvfp cwja i-
Steel Pens, Inks, fcc., te. '
We sell the genuine and imitation
i G.-.D.. PERCUSSION CAPS. ,
Before Durehasin? elsewhere we, ajV all Kn.
to call and examine our. Stock and Prices. We
can sell goods in- our line lower than any other
dealer this side of the. Mississippi River..
cALlS fc HICKS,
, Main street, below Third, Kansas City. Mo. '
n69-ly , : , . ... , . .. t ,. . f. .
Wholesale Dealer in
Gr R O O E E I E S ,
FORWARDING &" COMMISSION
33 Tt.O -A. 1ST T . ". t
Delaware Street, North side, bet. Second St Third,
- LEAVENWORTH,' KANSAS. '
; ;no77-ly . f: .-. : . . . , - -
THOMAS CARNEY & CO.,
SUCCESSORS TO. CAB.NET, FOSST. CO., r 5
i n o vis x p 2t ;,
: Commission Merchants, '! ;
Corner Levee and Cherokee Streets, .
83-ly v- LEAVENWORTH" CITY, KANSAS
TREFREN, WARD & CO.,
, Importers and Wholesale Dealers in '
GLASS AND STONE-WARE,
s ALSO ' 1 '
Rubber and Leather Belting,
Packina:, . Sheet Lead, Lead and Iron Pipe, Bos
'ton Circular Saws, Pump, Rope, Corn Skel
ters, Straw Cutters, Plows, Harrows,
! " - Fanning Mills, &e.
. LILLIE'S FIRE-PROOF SAFES.
Nos. 9 and 10 Levee .
n69-ly KANSAS CITY, MO.
Books, Stationery, etc.
O. WILMARTH, ' '
- - LAWRENCE, KANSAS,
DEALER in all kinds of
Hooks Stationery. Periodicals, etc. "
would call the attention of the public to his new
and large stock of goods, which is ; superior to
anything of the-kind ever offered to the Kansas
pnoiic. his stoek of . 1
WRITING PAPERS, ENVELOPES, INKS, tc,
is particularly fine. He has also on hand
ALT. KINDS OF SCHOOL BOOKS
now used in the Territory.
Fancy Articles, Periodicals, all the" popular
Magazines of the day; Musie and Musical Instru
ments. C Recollect the place in the New Post Office
Building on Massachusetts street, Lawrence. -
STREET & BAKER,
. WESTPORT, MO, '
Dealers in, , -. ......
FOREIGN AND. DOMESTIC
CL OTHIXG, EATS AXD CAPS, ,
Boots & Shoes, Hardware & dueeusware.
Also, keep constantly on hand, a large stock of
GROCERIES & PROVISIONS,
AND OUTFITTING GOODS, GENERALLY.
We are determined to sell Goods as low as they
can be bought in this section of country. '
n69-ly , -V
JOHX 8HAXXOX. , -. . iS , rHUJP SHAKHOS
Importers, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
; FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC ' 'r
; CLOTHING, ' A
BOTS, SHOES, HATS & CAPS
Corner Front and Main Streets, ' r ;
nfy v.: - v - f KANSAS CITY, MO.. :
FRANKLIN CONANT, r""
t 'Dealer in r ' 1 1
STillK FMCY DRY GOODS,
. Groceries and Provisions,"
CL OTHIXG, B O OTS AXD SHOES,
. Hardware, QueensWare, etc. ' ' ''
; Odd Fellows Building cor. Main and 6th sts.'
KANSAS CITY, MO. .
' ID Merchants and others in the interior will
una it to their interest to eau on Mr. Conant be
for trading elsewhere, . .r.n 'ug31-ly :
i. C una . O. O. BXLDXXTS. J AS. Q. ADKKfS.
- -J. c: ADSHTS l & C0;v -u
' j Wholesale and Eetail Dealers' in
33r ' Medici
OILS, DYES, GLASS, PERFUMERY, ;
Stationery, Fancy Groceries, pure Liquors and
Wines, Segsrs, Tobacco, As,
, TEB ' 6TTKKT, KJLK3A8 . CITT , . 1C0.; V
i ..August 21, 1858.-1 j .j . .
WHOLESAIiE DRUG HOUSB.
'r- Ti b: & BRO.; '
'r .Importers iand Dealers in ' .: - '
raiat, oils, wiafiow Ql&ztJs Glassware,
BOOKS, STATIOKEJtT, " . "
r , WINES, LIQUORS, AND SEQARsT
Agent for all the Patent Medicines, Scirit Gasi
Comer" f Levee and Walimt Rt -F i
.;.- -.i -.V KANSAS CITY, MO."';
AUgUl,loo8.1y. . fJ l w T
I Onfi' DB-BIDES WANTED, for whieh
t J U J the highest cash prica will be-paid at
t - raw .t
E1P CASH STfiiE
riHE subscriber is happy to maOTlaw
JL numerous friends and particularly '
The People of Southern Kaasa,
in general that he has now in store and fcr i
r WHOLESALE MD BETAirj
st EMPORll.blLihmeat' 159
LARGEST. BEST SELECTED ajtd
Stools: of Goods!
ever offered to the publie "
.. Sonth of the Kaw River TaUcrt
Consisting in part of
V . BOOTS, SHOL
AG., &C, AO.. AC, AO
Among the other articles I would ennm.t. .v.
200 Sacks extra-superfine Flsur;
lO Sacks Rio Coffee (New Crop);
6 hhds. prime N. 0. Sugar;
5 bbls. white crushed do
IO boxes Malaga Raisins;
' ' 10 chests best Imperial Tea;
, 5;. -.Young Hysoa do; .
;'', Oolong do;
, "'SO bbbi crackers; .
'. 8 tierces Rice; '
',:-60. sacks Dairy Salt;
" . 20 ' coarse do;
" 50 bushels dried Peaches;
7 casks baking Sods;
, ' lO dox. cans oysters;
. lO bushels Nuts;
" 10 boxes Glasgow No. 1 Tobaceo;
20 boxes best "Yensble" do
5 boxes best Natural Leaf;
5000 pure Havana cigars;
, 5O0O M . Yarra do.
25 boxes Family Soap; "
- 6 boxes Erasive Soap;
3 boxes Castile Soap;
lO boxes Star Candles;
lO boxes Mould do;
lO cases Friction Matches;
10 boxes Ohio pattern Axes;
. 10 kegs Hazard Rifle Pswder;
- lO ' " ' Blasting do;
20 bags shot (assorted sizes;)
25000 "Q. D." Rifle Caps;
300 lbs. Lead;
10 coils Manilla Rope;
12 doz. bed cords; ;
13 pieces heavy Satinett,
. 10 bales Sheetings and Drillings;
100 pieces Fall and Winter Prints;
5 bales Cotton Battihg;
." " 50 Kegs Nails;
20 boxes glass, (various sizts);
-, tv . 7 oeroons Indigo;
10 nests Tubs;
10 dozen hooped Boaferta ("Shaker PiHi
2 doz. Well Buckets;
And last, though not least,
. FIFTY CASES CUSTOM MADE
3 Q Q TS &; SHOES!
selected and purchased by myself from tie kit
DRUGS and MEDICINES
In connection with mv sreneral sssortmrat of
goods for this market I have also a full sod eon
plete assortment of .DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
among which I may mention
, , : 10 doz. Smith's Tonie; ; . r . . ?
10 doz. Cholagogue;
' 5 doz.' Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
.S..-- f . L. : AlSO, .V.' ; ..
. 6HAL1KKBKB0E3' r ;
ATER6, ' ' 1
, . ; - --..v . M'LAin'i,
. , ;.;,.,PILLS!
And an, immense Tariety of other popular
cines. ' " ,
. tTThe Medieal Department is under bsrg
skillful and experienced Druggist. AJ F1
scriptions carefully compounded and Ubeleo.
I am also the exclusive? Wholesale Agent for
sale of v n i i-'i;' ..:?' r.
.i , XJU JATHE'S
for the eounties of .Breckinridge, Madiso",
and wise, and have constantly on hsui a Jrj
supply for sale low for cash!
"Wanted, in Exchange for Good?
, Dried Hides ; Good shaved Oak or Wals
' - Shingles; Bills on all sound bsaw;
- - Drafts and Checks; Cora at
-eurrent rates; and . .
'TOT W dont'do eredit business nor tski p
in promises! ' "
WE CANT TRUSTI D0NT ABX t-
" PROCTER lakes' this cpportuniW to gj
his thanks to the many friends vhM
ally patronised him "from the start mp
himself that if prompt and careful tiaji
prices and fair dealing en . ensure s eow
and increase of , the public favor, .
to merit 01 Y ' y . '
:'r!:dCcisiTdai Street! - , ,
'j-1 IC-i t - VMS
West Side two doers south .f
That my goods arf going off like . -
S ot Cake
at a Kansas Hotel! .Call and 1 JTS
as the Queen of Sheba did on ber vi .
mou, that "fli half kae at been told r-
WHO BUY, AX WHOLES1-
Emporia JfT. 8T-U8f,'":