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2flHJy vT3.- tjMiepewtndSdlenditls eamrer-s p'-4 .,. ; jl -v boat, l.isi b ilt.nn riiisnei -fpvrSiK ttavit A..L thi-h ,tu4i offer; to" the trade chap for 75 bhs Osueae 25J.hl Cli.fikl do 40 do Powder do -20 Ho Crushed do.,, i 10 bhis RefiVd do $50 ba Riv Coffee 20"d6 Java t la,.ti .- 19 .do Mochs do ; 20 coil grass rope 60 doz, bed rords -10 do plow lins . 20 coils sash cord l50bM h-r ? do Whd?y , .i ja - 400 ,50bbl , 30 hf tfo do do do 10 lo do r re j! . . , d , .35 bhis cgnac brandy ' . 20 htf d do - do "--3 bb! Holland pin , 10 do pii- peach brandy 6 casks im. port win? . 10 bb!s uialag - do- 3 qr -sk fine brandy , -ft tibls fine-old whisky. 5 bb!s.reboled bvjla 50 boxes ssso ted cn;!y 15 do i Tin" crarLets 10 do prunes ? - 40htri5!irrffl do 25 . do Belehe.-'e do KO kees sugar ho-.'.se do'iftdoz P eston ind Mer-l-Sodo Carolina tar ri'I's reastpowae.s 23 bbla. do., do , j 15 dt Bild.itt'a do .... 50 dr Kanawha salt 10 bh's pickled Imi-in 500 Sack G A do 50-bxes star eami.'es 100 b asai'led shot 25 gioai velvet co-ka 50 do buck . do . 40 doz painted bucket. 5 kfS bar lal i . UjO,0("K) pe.ci.aaUi cap- lf0 rs wrapping pper 150 k??9 at naiia . ; 25 do .: le , , do : 25 Vju iron !l ;z( JOO Usre kettles a't " tsnt castina 15;) hxa Malasra ra'ama 126 boxes cherae 3 ciaka Cajolina lice - 23 bb! vinegar ; 100 bbla' lime . , boxes manf tobacco 75 bxs linj and G P tealo boxes iujer biandy V , - ft DXDEItS. - Herrlpr. markeial, Mustard, aoda. starch. Codfish, salmon, shui, Pepper sance, katchnp. lVhitpfisb. 8irdm"S, Nutinfn. cloves. , Oysters, pie fYuitu, Batting sotla Jcrccke.-s. 'Almond. En. wal.iutsTickiits, s'oncware, Prcana, cream niR Wash boat.JS; t'ibs, jrilbiri, fisa, primes, Wooden ware, broom Uiisi&s, zante. currents Willow and cane chairt. lyitron. inncsrorn, , . K ln'dren's .wagons, Chamcigne.port wine, flutter crackers. cirjja e Madirn wine, ordiaJ,Playin cards aU kinds, & pickles, preserves. Matches blacking, &.c, .Also, iroti, nails, -castings, buggy Apriugq. sxles ami boxes, . 3i tF, . . Wholesale Dealer in' ,KATS; CAPS, rBOXSETS f Waivers, Fauci JPttrs9' Vc. ' v ' VO.'53, MAIK STDEETj " . ; ,?r7OULt respectfully invite the'&tttentioti v.V V of Country Mrchints to his large and ,veil selected Stock, before purchasing else-: where. . P ompt attention ziven to odrs. ' N. B.Tbje highest price in caah paid' for f-trs aiidpettr'.e' EI 2J-3m EEW sjoilESDiSEGbODS. t MaiwStrcef,. Hc(en, Mo A ;3 rr1 11 En:wlft signed ht lari to . announce to l th citizen 8 of Westoii Platte county and Kaunas Territory, thit they.. have, jiit op':d in Wesson & large and complete assortment of 'Dry Good 1 I Ila( Caps, V.' : , . ; 'Bool. Shoes, ; , . . Hardware, &c. . A'l ot which have been selected with especial , rfcferpee to- this market. -, rv "Our stock of Goods is no'.v and hKs bei. cho'su with great care; and we flatter onrslysv that tnose wuo yjii tsk?,tDe .rounte to call a?n , examine r1hemelvea cannot fail. to he pJeas- ed wUb our assortment." - . , i " - ' . ' W hope by strict attention to business anil r fiir ad. impartial deaJInqf towards all, to ,narif 'and receive'a liter.l -dive of.ptiblir p.it'onage. V. 13-Jtf-- : f COyCLL & SPKNCfcR. , "Am i: rusKisuuAM. .;onj.' e." o iii r. c MANUFACTURERS OF . SrttiitteH 3ri:ies S Harness '; MAINE STHtET, f Akk-VILLE, MO. ' JVTilE UriilersIgned are constantly snan , J5!as uf actui ing Saddlery,!Iarnes,'&fc., .to &id are pvpnareii to Yurnish articles " in ihir . Una at the shortest notice, and on th? most lib .eml terms. '. - ' , w Wa have now on hand a large lot of frtdilles. --Bridles,' and Harness,-which nreorered at such ' low rates, that persons In need of such articles cannotfail to purclnsa. All articles manufac tured by us aie wa-ranted. ' . . - CU.VMNGMAM t milD., Parkville, Missouri. . ! ' TO TIIC CITJZK!VM OF CL.& 3 CI I.AUDY IM'I WiT, V;i nn in I It ta!d del's in l)rgs,' Mfcl f. P in Oilt c.v-it Parkvill :n now sU to th" peo jle .f ksns-js any thing iu iheii lin, cheaner and a tess tro-.b;e to thi- p ivchaser. than Wny House this side of St. Louia , - Parkville, lo.ltf. : ' '" PlTtll T. AHKLI.. BtN. K. Si hlXGI'KLI.OVV -A It LL &. ST51IX; F UI. I.OIV . (late or BHtrNswrcK, mo.) -V ' ATTORN I ES AT LAW, Weston,. Platte Connty, JSIissotiri. "XriM. ATTEND toa:.y business confidr.i v V to them, in the following counties, viz , PUtte. Clay, B tchanan, Andrew and Clinton ' Also, at Atehiaou. Kicks poo City 'and Leaven- - worrn. in Kansas lerritory. 'f ifiST Articular attention, given to setling ano collecting claims. - s . 1 ly J. If. BURNS.: c. F. BURNS. '' J. N. & C. P. BUHI73, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT : LAW. will pfactice their profession in . North , Western Missouri and the Courts ot " Kansas TerriUtfy. ' .' , . ", ' ("Particular attention - given to securing ant I collecting claims. l colle Wiston Mj. 1355. ltf i ItEADt.Sy. '.V. BAICKK. 1 1: AF I. FY AND nAKER. ATTORNEYS , AND : COUNSELORS Al LAW, Platte City Mo, Will attend te any bushiesa which may be entrusted to them, in the Courts of Platte." Clay, Buchanan, and the Courts of Kansas Territory. . ?ltf. J. T. HEEET0SD, ? ATTORNEY AT LAW '.V4 . ; AtciiisonJ K.' T. . . '. ' !Xfjrtti.'give prompt attention to all business . V V entrusted to his - if i , Atchison an.l ad- joiaing couuties. , sitia, l55 ly. - JL. D. BIRD, - " " WM- M. MtLI.ER, '.. Weston."' - . ; ' 'Parkville,, 1 Attorneys and Counselor at L.hv Offiee, in Parks new! stone baildi.-ig, corner of Main and Water streets. - - - -ll-y " ., HSWC02IB J, XRELAKD, . A T T ORNEY AT L A V, ; Atchison, K. T.,; '' ' " . . "CXTILL practice Law in the District Coa ts . Vy , or tfw Tarfito.-y of Kansas, the P.obate Courts of Leavenworth and Doniphan cou ities. ar.d also to Courts- of. Buchanan and Pia.te . eounttes. Mo. - - . g.y I have th instiutttofts of the P e-em-(.tiou liw j also instructions to Regrste. a rand Receives, i am prepared to make out and file with the Surveyor General, declaisatorr state ments of the intention nt the settler, wbere he , wishes to, be beneutted by the J Pre-emption Law.,- ,. ' j.aji'i-- - " .l Nor.27, 55.. . . ; , . . 42-tf. '.. .z' JOB PBISTIXO, . OF ererr description, ueatly : and proraptly executed at this oSice,S'.H:h as Cards, Caf !ogjes, . Circala; , Handbills. - Prog-ammee, - Pamphlets, Posteis. -Shop-bills, Blanks, La- Deis, ana. every v. imuo, at short notice, on hff1"11: irtfl kilafitlnand ifle po'wertof by- LEWIS BJRNES,i his , rkn bar. place .as e;uWr , FERRY Rem ibt aYci ev- ten msn itesi Atchison Cross cut sb-treto shore This poM h-o at the ffreat south weste'-n bend of the Jf'Sso tri river, rpns out into the finest po'tion of Kansas Territory. Conse quently the nearest crossing to elmost anr oint in tb Te; ritorv, from any prt of Iowa or Piatt purchase," and the natural starting point for all th Lt amie, Utah, Oregon and .Clfornia em giants pd trade's ; arTrf from wh'ch point more thin 5000 emig an.s nd traders departi fn-th- ptniiis thrt psst snr mer. Oue boat herne en i e!y new in both h-.iU and mnchine'r, w"h all th" mode. n imp-bvenr-nt md cuive'iteiics. and ca!vn ccoiumolntiors. it. :s iihpos?Me that p?ss n?rs can be e.nv thrn hit sf ami comf jrtibH on her.' v Having h Vst boat on th- rive-, 'with pvtv natnrsl ndvjnteg as a c sin : point, and hsvin mp!c lots for s4ock on boh bho es wi:h ths fnest sr.-in? nd cm- r'ing and grazmg g.ounds. And Atchison hav ig alr?sdy ' ; ; , Six Grnral. Outfitting S.'ors, two r'g sto-es, with two J st diss hotefs s-.w mi'ls ; with all minns. of inochinics, and prof'-ss" onr-1 inn, we hope bv givini; the mot st:ict auJ f .i hf.il attention t ou - business to en'ler A.chisn-1 h mos- pop lt ccrs-ing up on th river; MJLLICN, DURNES &, BRO. -Nov. 13, 55. tf. ; . - " v : : , . . -P. S. Having th evrl-isir- ferrv; p'ivitegs at this n-unt. vve warn the innocent, th it while we fihs-'l endeavor to avoid inju. ing anv rne, we cannot b. espns ble for injury o- damage to thns who bv placin? life -nd prope-ty undr th 'ck!s. control of small intruding crafs. may be brought into collisit n wih M. U. & B. '1 THE LAST ARRIVAL. WE have just ieceiveil,iv?r8teainr Aha hi a and IjKWis BrfBWEs, our Fall S;.ovk of f started lZercfiahf1i$e, . Embracing almost ever? article in. the line f DRY GOODS. GROCERIES. HARDWARE, QUEF.NSWARE, H ATS CAPS, BOO I S; -v SHOES, CLOTiHO, &c., 4r: . ' ' i Which added to our .forciT.sor k, rend ? a o r .S8v tiu'Uitjno e gene al ihanfh.'tt of anvtious? i i th? plac. All which wiP b" s ld etreiii!v low fo. cash only.,, JL. ECRNES & BRO'S. Atchison, Nov. d3,"'55. t, " ERCHA NT- Keeps eonsUatly. onr hand, i ifX' tenral assortmeittof Mcnsndise,'sut abie for emipants to Kansas, Oergi and Cali fornia. Score on the .Oregon road cear.SI' Creek. , ; i ' " ""Itf." i'E'. rSl WII.K1XSOX ; V-'TTORNKY AT : LA W, and -Real- KM:.f. X. i 'Agotit. Wston, Miasouti.t ltf. Sacks exra Buporfne flour, iu store and O to .s-Ue by ;V - S. JoHSTON. ,.;, JNO-V..13, '55 v Z i haes Dried Apjdss arid'. Pe t has," Just re O. ceiv-u and forsale by- ( S.. JOHNSTON. : 'Ilui7ding Itraterials.' "I OCKS, . Lat4h", . Bl',9. Do'," Gkte and Ji ch ttT Hinges, una Jaj.niiij's, ev8, p iggs, B 3:s,ri nd fin shmgr JN uls; P.ittv, S.sh.-and Pi o. Panel 1) ) s, fo,-; r:1- ch ?:p bv octr lb, , . . si bntbfl JUii8iUi, Stoue Ware. ' If? fV!r 6G8 and c." irrev stcne iu s. iuss, rh i ns. ocks, f.rom i z-- to is gallons, fo sale bv . ' S TEPHEN JOIINSTOiV.-l55;-. . . r. October 16. 3000 Feet hi'-'tin? f:-s fo- si" bv -- STEPHEN JOHNSTON. OC. 10; 1 ' 1Y. F. DVCll, : - fERllANT, has alwavs on h ind a coin- visions at his owve in Salt Cieek Val'c? sas Territorv. . Kan ltf. STEPHEN JOHNSTON, Zlcli(s6n9 irmr Wholesale m Retail Desl" in : GECCEEIES, LIBORS. PEOVISIOTSS. Iothing,iIri?Go9ils9 BOOTS AT"D 5K033, Ironi Stoves, cfco. STOvf ;. wljovperjuat to any kept at S, . Joseph o-W.-sUmynow on hind, and wiM k-pt ujfull. and itANnd-ale. scan tely rftlir'i coO'Ih h'te as ch-ap as at Wsto:i or St. Joseph. A Ivge sfock ff oods for retailing wilt ais; bo kepi full.: - i Au lilflot,, K. T.. S-pt., 10, tS55. - 31-y JUST RECEIVED by steame. David Tatun.; and for saleatverv low est St, Joseph pnc: 50 bb!s rectified Whisk ; 25 do copper tlmilted do ; 8 do s-ipeih.r B.- andy ; - - r . MonongaheU and Bou bc-n . WhisKV ; Port .Claret, and ojber wines. , :., .' P. ese.ves. sauces, lemon syr:ip, picKles, oys ters ""ai.uuei, e-c. v pcK-iire, iiuen or retail. 31-y. . - ' STEPHEN JOHNSTON;; SUKDRIES. 45 CooKingand Pa. lor stoves; . ; 170 joints ext'a pipe and elbows; - 40 Kegs assorted nails ; -1(H) doen chains. as3; rteil sizes ; . Axs, broad-axes, picKS. sp .d s. shovels and all other Kind uf hudwaie and cutle- v.for 3;tl low. . C3y.' aTEPUEN JOHNS TON. Clotting, Boots Shoes, Dry-GooJa, &c. A larjre invoice of a'l! Kinds of clothing fo; J. Fall and Winter use. . . S ."...?. 47 c9S.?sraen. hy's. women's, and children's - boots ami allocs ; - - - . 1 1 cass hats and caps ; . 175 pair macsanaw, bed, Imli in,' and. ho.-s blansrets'; ' " J ' i 61)0 itir Missouri country a: nit socks, countr" jansl and It -ire and well ai ied stocs'sd every Kind of fall ainl winter ds-v eoculs ' incluil-pg snpeiior lot of fin dresi gool fo ladies ; ' ' "" ' : ' ' ' Inilian'gnoda Kept on haidJi . -, . . -;... ; - It is my pu.pose to sel' low. and 1 will satis fy all wh cill hit'they will fi:tl Atchison th best inarKet in Kansas fo." -buyers. : ' , ; Missou I farme. s opjosi:e w ill be dealt with a I Ireve lii eccnstomel to deal with them in P1ittecounty: 'Tbeix hempml other produce wili always be bousnv rr rutnuu j "3-y.;. : . STEPHEN JOHNSTON. ; ' - s.iiiitciicl; Co., . II ; . w &o tf titxpy tTV S"? 5 'LT' s Groceries ianA. frovision f Opposite tne. People IXoifil, THE Subset iber having taken the above new HOT EL,' ."would TesptfiUy' inform his f lends, and the traveiing peblic, Uia Ue is now ready to entertain. uisU in a manner and style not to he surpassed in thTemtorv. -. ..... O B. DICKINSON. Atchison, K., T,, August 21st, 1855. 12 BU RNANJ BROTIIETl 1 General Dry iiidsTMerchanf s "f - ''.AWa.OM-i. '..; ' DEALEHS Cf PHODUCXL f f HAVE constantly on hand a large ariety of merchandise of all kinds at the most reduced- priccsl 1 embracing everything- in the line of Dry Goods, Hardware and Cutlery and ToclsyQueenswar- and Gfasrorare, Iron Cas tlnjs ami Nails. G ocerles, Liqnors, Boots and Shoes, Hits and Caps. ' J - Liniora a'l the time at St. Louis cost. " " J " ."WANttpAnv quantitv. of" Hemp, for VTtL - m 1-, it'. v;.r.j.. . -- " . i which w will pay tbs highest prke. Y0U DESESVBCESD1TF02 rTl H E following is Jroi diUnaruisled tttem Xer of the medical profession:- : 3 rPr'of. 6. J WoodDear Sir;5 Unsolicited, ? tend this certificate After being ; nearly bald fpr along time and .having tried all the hair restoratives exait, and having no faith in any. I w? induced, po hea-ing of yours, '.to give it a trial." T placed m s'f in the hands of a barber," and had mr h-ad" rabbed with good stin. brush, and the Restorative then applied and well rubbed in, till the scalp was all a glow. ' This I repeated every morning and in Ji e weeks the "young hair appeared, and grew rapidly from August Jest up to the present time, ;td is now thick, b'ack and' stroug aoft and Cleasant to tho touch, whereas, befort it was a-.sh and wiry.1 what little there was of it, and that little ws disappearing veiV rapidly. 1 still use your Restorative about twice a wsek,1 and shall soon hve a good and perfect rop of hair. Now I hav-.sd of these things ami who has not? but hive never se hitherto any-a in which anv pe: aW hair waa really benefitted by any of the hair tonics, A.C., of the day ; and it really gives me pleasure to record the result of my experience. I have recommended your preparation to others, and it alr3dyitasa large and eeneral s ile th.o ihoutthe Territory. The peop'e bei e saw its eifec-s, and have confidence in iu The supply - you aent us, aa wholesale agents for the .Territory, is nearly exhausted and dasly inquiries are made for it You de-er-e credit f yo-ir discove- v. I for one res turn you thanks for the bneft it has done me, for ( certainly hid despnired long ago of ??er enctiiig atv such : esnlt. ' ' ! :" You s,hasily, . J.W.BOND. Firm of iLnd & Kel'og, D. nggists.''' " - - w St. Paul, M. T. Th unde signed, Rev. J. IC Bragg, is a min-! isti in regil- standing, and p-.stor of the Or thodox Ch ireh. at B ookfield. Mssach setts He is a: genlleinan of co:eidiab!e influence, and unive s-itlv beloved. ' ' '- : (Copy) ' Wm DYER.1 'r : " BaooKriKLt). Jan. Ti b 1855.' "P-of. Wood; Dear Sir: Hating made trial of yonr Hair Restorati.v it gives in pleas-re to say tint i'sejtect h;,shee:i excellent ln re moving 'iriflnmation. dmd uff and t constiit tetnney to itching, wi?h which l have be?. tro ihled f om my childhood, and has also r s'ortl my. hatr, which "as becoming gray,' tf ite original colb-f4 I ha-e iw-vl no other a I icte. with anything like th same pas ire an i p. of- t. . .. . . You. 8 rrujy,,. , r ' " . , , . j; K.. BR AGCf. iJ CociiifpoKr. ind , j Mie 27ih. Issf' M"ss.s.5 O. J Wood X Co-itjehta . Yo irs of the IS'h. is j'ist leceived. . Enclosed ,plec liiut $30 (), it being the amount fov h ir iestor ative.. 1 have sold it all. ' i i If you chiM?e yo i mav sml me six dozen H'air' Res'. ative." I hi k I cau sel it. ith.d worked in i rales in this place. 1 sidd a ni&n "six $1 butties "who was bind., ai.d if bro-ijjht uew hai. out all ovei his head. Yours very Vespectfulh'," ' 1 3 1 l;': "h. gridley. Ill Market 'st., Louis, Mo. Mai ch 5, 1K55. Dear .Sir'f'l am doing an exleiiSive uavi in the West and South-Wes-rn States, as a Ge n eral Ajjentfor Auams' Amei ican Liui.nent, ai.d wo. ild be giad it'you wu.ild favor ui; . ilh a cuitHiiiineiit'or P. of. "JVouda iiairKt'ati.atis, :s t "fee '. as Ved thi-t l ean nitioiluc- it i.-, niai-A placea wlw.e it'ia not known, as' my own head s a iiviiij; tejitim my of its v-.tlnabi p.upertics, iu t s o juSt the hai to i n naiii.'a! c I . 1 uiu fo ty V' ars old. and n.y haii.waa alms wh.te, b it after usi- gth:.ee h r ihik nottd-s. ni .- hair is a beautiful a.ib trn. as U Ajs at ei Jrhce.ui. and uiiich nnp oved in appe.tiaiice. ami 1 would not he without 'a bottle on hand, fo th price of ..en. 1 suoiiul glad to attend to a.iy matt' -hai is connected with the Hai. R s.o.-ativo. hav.. been fo. . thirteen yea'-s eiuaed in the same b.iai.iess, and will i. glad to hear From )Ou soon. Mr addreas'ls Pai is, Tennessee. Yiu-a spcVtfullv,' W.m. B. BOOME. As S;me .intik the original Restorative c:i-ainmgS-Hlimeiit, was better than th'.? cla. ined or e:ear, no w iii .notify alrthut he.rafttu we a ih put up and keep constantly on html both 1ia which is clear and that which contains Sedimcui ., h .iice deaie. s are l equired to specif) which .hv des re. Soid tit 114 Market street, St. Louis, 316 Broadway , 'New 'i ork, ai.d by ail Dr.iggists Jve y where. All Kinus r family patent medi cines for gale on lb. iuost Si set al tei ms al Pof. Woods' 'establishment,' 114 inaiket; aupel, St. V. ice half pints $1, oi six bottles Jfo- $5 ; niu.s o: ti i)o.ciea io v, u-iatts or siV boiltes fo; $li. A m di . larger" discount will b-- give.i on larger quantities. jpz,-oc sale by ail u uggiSls. .x d fo.' sale I' ir.' WooU',' Oriental S ina :ie Lin mMt an I Vege able Mugic Life P.iis A'arrained lietter th u'. any other o- ili mo.iey iu ail CiSt s t'efijiuJed. Remeiuber this and tiy he.i . Ni-e t lrcnl i,'V.. . . .'tej hen J h.is. n,A ,;en.. A di'eon K. T. Octooet 2, 1-S55., 1' $35,00. .,'',. . HanafactrLTcr and . Wholesale Dealer .in STONE WARE. ' " Arrow Rock, Mo. .ITTOULD 8iv to merchtuts tre.uerallv that 1 V V . now have on hand, and will constantly keep a la ts stippiv of. Stoue Wa.& of the best 1'ialitv, which 1 .will sell at lbs mi k -t puce. VV;e sh'pped to any point ou ihe ivei -r-eea-ble to o der. ' A d sco.int of o W ce'-it will be made where the Q der is : ascomp'iiued. .by the Chuti. Giv- n.e a cull-. . U. C Arrow Ruck, April 3d 1.855. ... ',S$it. I 'J HINTED ciia- p.rr, a er, ao.i u ucker, at L ' this establish .iVit ih'a.i in any otfice aboi e S. :iis. . ' '." . N AILS A large assortment constantly hand at tti- Pioneer sfu-e of " s ASPLING, STEVENS Sc CO., ... .. ... , , i ., ParkvilteiM l i '11 IIR. . MCTAY IT permanently Incited in Atchis.?i.'aiid od"-r .hi tr"fes$p:ial se vice to :h citN .e;.s f Atth sin :aatl!icrni.y. . . . -fMt.-e on Mi in 'street, in S. Oi x slr ; P. P.. WILCOX. ; JUSTICE OF THE PEACE Q nice on Vailey street, one duo-,, west Of S Dickson's s.o e, will attend to the coliee tion of all claims; procure bounty Inn I warrants a;si itio all kinds of legal w. itings, at short m - tice and moderate terms; : , ...... . . .RF.f KRF.SCE9. Gen, J.rWaiTfftn Kf T;i J. E- Talbot-t Wnshingron City. TK C. e 4Ion. R. W. JMNft?; Pin Bi"trArk:. Atchison. K. T; SepU 23, d.855v tf. WASTED ! WANTED X I X I 1 will nv the hiih st ma ket n-ice in cash L fur all sorts of vegetdbl 'S, e.ich as potatoes cabbage, bcetes. turnip. &Ci ; Also for egga h itter, chickens, oita and com. Persons hav ingth:above articles for aale will do well ii bringing them to me, at the Atchison House.3' sepU 25 rwo.tf. U. B.' DICKINSON ci:-, A. E. UATSEWi A -..I A T.T O a -WJUIY lATt W " " AfcHisofr, l'Tf Will attend to all hnsiness intrusted to cane, in Atchison county. , . ' . - septzo l.i ly. WILLU51HEW31AX, Ji KEEPS always on .hand r . Horses, Carriages and Buge- lies to- hire. i,-Their stock is uf the very best kind, and j their Carriages nw and always in good order. " i i Weston. Mo. 'itf. t.r r w ""l L0TU1NC -Sprinand summer clethic AZ, at St Loiit p ice "J. I 1 i , I 'AT , DXKHis Jn-rsraaJ'trrSi. sr. abo e. c dcwsis, v. Fayette, Mo. . . Kickapop City, K.; T. i.-T.s DEJIXI8, LETTI3 ii. CO., i DEALERS inf General - Merchandise, 'For warding and Commission Merchants. Pro prietors of Excelsior Steam Saw Mill, Kicks poo City.'-, ? i :."'.:"' ' V'-' " Ageticy ff SH'j Lonia Steam Plaining 5nil, Phcenix Foundry,' 'Todd'a MIH Furnishlny House, PlantV Agricttitaral Warahoot. v Excelsior Steapi Saw mill' HAYING, eesipletld4oar new steam saw milL we are prepared to furaish any de si.ed quantity of Oak, .Walnut or Cottonwood lumber, or lath at reasonable rate. Terms cash,. Cash for toga. , t - - DENNIS, LEWIS & CO. -. Kickspoo City, K., Aug. 22, 1855. . n2V - Territorial Agency.' A 8' Agnts for Messrs. W2hijfade & Col's XjL St. Louie Steam planing miuj" we furnish at short notice ; " r ' - ; :f - - f - .. Steady Jlfdde Houses, . U of one, two and font 'rooms flso, every de scription of reugh and dreseed (umber, flooring, sash, blinds, window and. door frames,, of .the very best quality. '?-k , .,;.;; ... As Agents for Messrs. Kingslssd 4. Fargu sois Phojtiix Foundry, rouis, we fUroithfli Steam Engines, H - Powers, Page's Child's single and double Saw mills, Thresh ers, Cob pad Co. u Crushers, and all kindi of castings." ' ' y ' ' ; ' '-: As Agents for1 Mesr. Q. & C. Todd & fco' . we furnish Portable Grain Mills of all sizes. Bolting Cloths, leather and rubber Betting, and every uescrtpuon or mil! rtirrusniDir eoorfa. As Agents for Messrs Wm.- Plant Jt Col.' we urnish every, description of Agricultural Im- plenent).si - ' -l - fSTVVe als furnish Wasrons. ' Carriages. B.iis, and any oilier article of St. Louis inan- Mfacture. - '' : ""' -" i Terms and specifications any b obtained b' calling oinis; DENNIS. LEWIS & CO.. torwardmg and Commission Me-ctnnts. ; Kickapoo City, K;'T., Aug. 22. - - ug2!. '""p. niTCIliBalDMOfi :- ' IJissatiri Rleer Express. Wll.l. LKAVr fT LOOIS. SEMl-WEKKLV.- - BY THE .FASt PASSEKQER BOATS. poLar star! ;. , . I ; EDINBURGH!. V,,,. 1 v.' JASw H. I.UCA8. , H ' F X. AUBRY.. ACH Express will he in cbae .of an,e. Fjpe-inced special mssenee i--nvidd wi h ron safes, ic. for tbr? seem itv of mnnev. iw- elrv. and other valuable parka?s. B:nkre and Merchants business transacted, wih dis patch. .,Ord!K of everr d'Hicription filled, and and good's sent by next messenger. Notes an. I "ccounts coMectd and proceeds promptly"' re turned. Boxes. Package: B mdles and parcels if ll kindg receipted jor conveyed ana deRv red without de?v. - - i - TOSEPIC F. RITCHERDSON. Proprietor iPrinc?n? off ca. Ifi'Main stter, St Iuis.' Refer trt he Bilker and Merchant of: St. Lnui. eenerallv?. Thra ExD.-ess connects with all other xnresss to Vincennes. Iouisville.- Cincinnti:- ' Wheerins1.' Pittsbursr. Baltimore. PhiladeJnhla. Neiv York. Boston fee. east Quincy. Keki'k Galena, and St Paul, north Cairo. NVOrtema, and Mobie. south, and al' points ihe ITnnis. central, Mississippi, Chi cago, aicoq snu -ot. LiOuis raii'-oaus. Also oir own Express to. Alton. Bllville, Illinois, di rct: tbusformfnsr a irnmnlete chain from St. Joseph toth? esflrt. north and south, for speedy transportation sun prompt forwarding., - HENRY AD DO MS, Agent, t-i yi Atchison K. T. Henry liyle. Aeent tor Ritcherd sou's Express, on Polar Star.. ; - ..f23-tf KANSAS TEimiTORY. fTIHIS .Heir arid heauUfuVTowtsie is situa- X. ted on the Missourr River, in Kansas Terri torythreejor.four, miles above the town of Ia tan,'lrf the heart of the most densely nonulated .part of Knnsas, sorrounded, brt the rinVst soil and Oest; tim her in that Territory,- with a per manent landing, commanding a view ef the riv er for several mites above and below.. The principal part of said Towa is located on a bed of stone coal, of the .best .quality., Arrange ments are uruig mauexo nave said stone coal bed opened and; wroiieht.br Joint Stock Com pany early in the.nriner. -at which- time thre -will -he a sale of lots. jThere lB iiqyr, in course or ereciiQo, eooa eam oaw jviiiiwwmcn will be in successful operation in a few weeks; also. a large ana commodious lavern is in process of erecrion wnicn win oe opened tor the accom modation or trie puhlic in a short time. - Pe-ffons wishinsr to procure Lots immediate ly will have opportunity of so doing, by NCal! ing on Henry Bradly-or Jonathan Hartman both of whom are authorized Arents to sell and dispose of lots, and one or both may at all times be found en the premises, ready to ac commodate purchasers upon the most liberal terms - . -- -' .-tv i. ... H. B. Wallace. Jas.' G. SraTT. --.Amos Rkcs, , .W.C. Remminotow, Henry Debard, JasW Bradley, -H. C. Bradley; il P. JX-Collins. H. B. Herndom. , Trustees. M.tf ' ' . . ' .' . corner op maxw and jtjle st's ' st; Joseph;- Missouri. : 8. allex, proprietor. 'IHIS well known Hor.se has been newly fit JL ted and f irnished in erery-part. and the table will alwavs he furulahed with the sest that Uie market slTords. :i 5 ' s . a w; ? ; . See Sign: 'CITY HOTEL.." . "ltf. .. TUTT AXDHAKCn, , . P EA LERS in Wines, Liquors and Family . Groceries of every descriptton. Wootien Willow and Stone - Ware. Tobacco, S-gars Pickles. Preserves.' Brand ied Fruits, Oysters! lKl)Ster8, Sardines- iiass. and uiass Ware Jtc All of -which will besold wholesaleamt retai lower than at anv other house in the'citr.' vestut. Mo. 'it. ' I wool inform the public,, that I f. hare to le.t.on reasona iYssuL?f Vsf ble terms , for cash. . Eno'tire m the Atchison .-Hotel; Atchison K T. tlSZ li M. DICKINSON. Sept; 5t855.'tf.r ! ? :;,. ii 1 A..;N. Q ROVER. C. H. OROVr.ll r CROVER AUD GROTEB. A TTORNETflANT) COUNSELORS AT t. jfrKT&jLgip&ll Creek Valley Kansas Territory, : 1 1 - fJtf t ii. rich, v.'.: r OUTLERVU. 8. Army, at Fort Leavenworth, O is constantly" receiving fine old Liquors, Wines and. Cigars; also a general assortment of choice merchandise always on hand. ' , .ttf , ::- ' tie -'STEAM SATF-miJLY 7 - I,; AT , LEAVENWORTH CITY. ;n T URPHY 4 SCRUGGS,' are: prepared to 1JL furnish the citizens of Kansas, with all kinds v of Lumber,' at their Mill ia Leaven worth, on reasonable terms. ."'"'-Itf. Fnrnif urelSaff rasses, Cliairs, &c, JUST RECEIVED a large-lot of bedsteads, ' tables, waahtarida. chairs, rorat 'starids, mattrassefe r. -.t STEPHEN JOIINSTOSLa Cigar; and Tobacco.; AKGE lot fer wiiotesalt trade. i' STEPHEN JOHNSTO?T. ' t DO. J. B. EWELL,'- - V ..Atcbiwo, fiattsat Terrltoryt " HAVING practiced medicine in thV West s for .many years, and anderstanding . thor oughly the diseases a of the ; country, pera his services to tea citizensof Alehisoaaad vdni- services cs cmzeoaez .vASCJUSoajuu vicuu- r r a iiiYS- --,jfJ"i9 ..vWiUalway.hefoaadatthe Drug Stors pi iXU l??Sr!tt&rnk Eweil A: Dvkea. hn not firoresaionaHr en-lf''- PnCet.r ASPXG, STEy ENS A CO.. gsgedi r T .ni S-ly a- mastis, Wew York, . fit LAtllS. O R EA T INDUCEMENTS! ZamtasV Stcrr Dontls It3 fanier f lie! WE hare received and. sre tiW receiving decidedly the I arrest and most- complete STOCK OF CLOTHINGS Ever hronsht to this mark.-. Our roods hare been purchased at very low prices, and manu factured for cash; we are therefore enabled to offee to onr customer extra inducements' ? i We hare built a large addition to our store. making it twiee its former ize.' "We hare alsc made large skylights so as to- have an aband: ance of .Tight. i- By lh 15th of - August, we will hT opened our entire stock ready for the GREAT. RUSH of fall trade. We shall be most hsppy te see ouroM friends and custome-8. as also those who have' never bought of us befo;e,to whom w will show 'out stock with pleasure, feeling confident that , we can offer thm ----- .- "'i' i Better ZSarsainn than anr othnr honae in. the r ti as our.atock will be VERY LARGE ; and ir object is to sell out clean to good m-n,'and for CASH," we are determined to StLL Low." '", aug2S.J4 i .((.fpiau 1.M4 JKia Streetl.t HV M ATEXPOliT, ll PHYSIC1 ASj 'Salt - 'Creek Valley Kabsaa Territory; can be found at the atAnwir M . Rivel v, neat Salt Creek bridue. Itf. t-.. .o - JAHES , A,? HEADLEY.tii r7 A TT OR K E Y f A T.i L AJV1, . , Afcliison, H.. T. TT1XL PRACTICB LAW in the District V Y Courts of ths Territorr. th P,k,i. Courts of Leavenworth and Doniph- ii counties and also the Couits of Buchanan and Plattp counties. "-: , T3tMf TO THE, LADIES. WE would particularly invite be aHention vt ladies to our laret ' tvrfc' of1 n .... Goods. Mentillao and flohnets. -.. : i ld-tf , CONWELL A. SPENCER. SADDLE AND HARNESS J&X ct x 2. ct o t O r. y r KELP always. yn hand, and make to order, anything in my line! i nt lie anortest notrc.- .' ;i v. r -,' will give you., satisfaction. . .-,. -,,, - , JOHN ROBERTSON, 32-tf ; I---. Atchison Cityy K. T. -- brirrTjonxsTo ' ATTORNEY AT LAW, will attend to anv. b isiuess of his professions n Office at Doni phan. Kansas Territory . . . ' ' " nave me instructions of lh Pre-emn- tuu law,. also. instructions. td Registers and uceivers. . , , ... n 2 , :M-inufacturer ami 'Wholesale Dealer in '';,ei:c trv n i v e'l t io d;:v ft St.. LqOIS,, Mo. ,;Vft .- J AM now in receipt of largeitand superior .c opjLlhe JateaLand jaoat .fashionable .yiesor , Fall , find Winter , Trade- to which the attention of purchasers is respect fully called, aud examination" of goods and prices soii cited.-, , ..Aa . Orders , wiU.be promptly and carefully, at tended to, and guaranteed to give satisfaction. : DAVID PEARCE, " No. 116 Main street-'"- .' . 31 c - St. xouis, Mo.'i- " PIOXEER SALOON. GEO ROE' MILLION, lorniKTom. t STILL keeps at the old sUnd, n corner of Ferry and Leree st's., U a stock of choice Liquors, Wines, Cigars, Fish, Oysters, Sardines, Cheese; Crack- ers. .c,, always on hand, . ...,,' ! . - itasV-I expect in a short time to be in my large new building, now nearly finished, where I shall be happy to see my-old-friends and the public generally. . ; v,' .x -. . GEORGE MILLION ; Atchison, K. T.' Itf. OEO. W. ELT. WENR-T COLMAN. BELT Si COLM A ; f ;- "wi:aToN,i'o; - " : ' WHOLESALE and Retail Deslers in Dry Goods and Groceries,- Clothing, -' Boots and Shoes, &.C &.c. . .Outfitting. Goods n great va riety. Also Forwarding and Commission Mer chants. ' ' ' Mtf. i LAST CALL BUT GIVE !" ALL PERSONS indebted to Aspling & Ster er.s or Aspting, Steven . Co.. on -last year's account, or by. note,. are respectfully re quested to call and settle the same immediately is further indulgence will not b4 given: ' Any accounts' or notes not settled br the- first of Aft irust wili be put into, the .hands, of the. proper wintri i ui i irc ii on. . , , ASPLI NG & STE VEN3. ' 23-tf -ASPUNG STEVENS A Co.' ; 3i 3. II.liEXII.En, M. D . . ! STILL tenders his profeasiotial . services tc the citizens of latan, and adjacent conntry Feeliue grateful for the liberal patronage hith to extended 10 him; he solicits a eoatirmsnc of the same. A ;i ril latan Mo.-ltL. ... . ; iV M-.t-.f -d-,-o Far iii ' for ' Sale!' 4 At j f1 HE undersigned offers for sale his. Farm; JL t containing 160' acres. The improvements -t.e a good Dwelling House and- all necessary out Houses. This fa-m ties one half mile from die Missouri River, three, miles from ; Atchison in KansasJTerritory, and two miles from the Lake Mill."" TheTano not in cultivation is cov ered with the heaviest kind pf" Timber. f A, ' rAtft'W6ii;wishlig"to Tierchase Wifl find the KermtO eiit. b call ing 'w th subscriber- the fa m; pr at the office of Squatter JSori eign. WILLI AST Wii 'ANDREWS. ,p ! Near the line of Platte and Buchanan. ft- DIC&.SOX, Com misHoti filler chain 9 1 TIC TILL attend toreifirinff and forwardJnsr TT ' All Goods forwarded on commission will receive immediate attention. . r ; 1 . ' e- Reffereneeai i St. Locis. it. L Stoue, T.41 Larkin,,- Ljukston.A. M. ChadwicJt, i. H. Ligfat ner. - : h.-s .tl .!-t Wamtoju E. Cody, Belt A Coleman, M. R. Corby, "; ,f ., , : 10-tf I AM new erectJag In 'Ateiskttj a Steam Saw Mill, of the very best kind; which will be . : . . . vu. Alter laai time I shall be able to sncnly .the - citizens of AwiH "iui sir iuua ox luisoer: at as tow a price as any other Mill In tli Territory. ; V'2 wish to purchase 19,000 Saw-loea.' for which I will pay the highest price, In Cash or any kind of luaber. V v t tf; 3 GSAPrOX THblifAiOTf; "H ffft LbW Eir tead for sate r AVHV 7k ERtf sea iQZ t. iintm. u . BTirjsi. . rrtrHM. .ASPH.I5I O, 8TET EITS, & Co. Ctcrtri' orwirdiiiar' xi ' Cormif3icis lldvd '.-uiW'5.- J.':f5?fUf5l AIR A WD WATXK TS.,,FAm;rttS, A LL BUSINESS eatrujited to tbeif t.i ill tAJ-eeei re prompt atte.Uon. ' ' 'l'.;-, THE EIOJEER STOKE; - ASPLRTO ,'1STET ESTS 4b CO. q f Corner of Sainl and - Water - 8lreetn. .-iiOltiK.-.i'J P4BXTI S.tsT;''sfO. ' E H; VB fust opened it th-ff old Stand' ene cf .th' larrest arid most varied sso-trriwrttwoi Dry Goods, Ha d ware and. Groceries tftet by, eve'r been exbited in npp' Missourj. W af now prepared to sell atwholes.-O-' or retai! eistemertiat''nu8iraHr low'tat-sk ''Tb their old enstomers ther bet leave to "etnrn thir sin- e.rtharks fo th liberal support which Ihey hs.ve received, and wou!d invite all, in want ' apr artic.e.in me mereannie tine urn rv mro e1l.s Ther tW thewwe! eTvett to sell al arti-1 eles pon s favorable terms i as Ihey -can be oight in St, Louis. .Theie, stock eoVeistsn part of th following' articles, which "hare been Terr recently selected In the Eastern markets with great-care, and purchased upon a most fs rorable state of the market, rizi ? . , ,,'i o English Merino: Jlonrtets; Worsted Hoods; ; :.i - r , Black, and Fancy Silks; Plaid Silks; .-. . , , Shawls and cloaks, all sizes and qualities? ' , Worsted Plaid, for children's wear; " J 'Si'k,eashrrre. and Kid tllwesf ' --It Collars. Uiidraleer8, chmisettesj f-iO Swiss. Jaconet, and cheq'ieretl Mnslisf "'" . .v. Swiss, J aconet, Thread and cotton Edgings ano ' insertions. .-;. - i?. .V Swiss and Jaconet Bands; -.-ij.' t,"UrAii -.-3 Combs: Tuck and Side combs; Arti'v v Card Cases; Port-Monnaies;. Tq key-shel. India-riibher, and Bone corais;' . Hair and c'othes Brushy.' u:i u .t i Frock and Dress coats; ir .Jcti -i' Overcoats of all qualities and styled; . s r.v i; Black, Plaid and Kaucy cassimei'e Pants;. 5 ; Black. Plaid; ani Fancv SattineUf Pants; , '. Black Satin ar.d Fa nrv "Silk Vests ;f " ' !ack and Fancy Si?k Velr el Vests;?" .PlusbC .Vests; Black ami Fancy cassiiae re Vestsj Black and Fancy cloths; ,.Vi ...... French, English, and German .Black and Fan- Black and Fancy Satlnettes and Tweeds; Beaver cmth ?,?. V as-i sub Blue and Fancy Be! 3nd Saddle Blankets; i Undershirts Lamb's Wool, Silk and cotton; 1 Drawers -Net, Flahneland cotton; Black and Fancy cravats; 1 u' Cashmere, Silk, aiid K jd Gloves; . ; v f Kuckskin and sealskin, tuding L loves; te v. Hats and caps; : --wf-'; 1 T 1 BOOTS AND? SHOES.'1 '''' j1 rSl 'A -Great Trietr.;i V'-t !f - Buffalo and India rubber Overshoes; ' a Crble LinneriiTahlft cloths, liable coveys'; and . aowelliug; , . s : . Daniask for.curtaihst curtain Muslins;" Shaving Tobls and Perfumery; "-;v' ''y'- Grocsries, Hardware,. Q ieentware and cut IVf lervj.-r. - ittf h-- ; :,-. .rm.i t -; Carpets, Oile'otbs, assorted,, and, every ether . , article wnicn can lie caned for. . ' In eonclsior"we willaaytd alii give ns call before purchasing elsewhere, and .we will; .show you that Goods can and wiu be sollch- ?r in Parkvilleithan,any other town above St. i' ffT Particular attention given te on'.ei s f rpm , . rn j . a 1 t r l ' . HkRitsaB irrnioryiBa prcuants .may - niui ii to theje interest to purchase, froip na.i -' ' . ASPLING, STEVENS & CO. ' Ia kirine. Mo.l tf.-' :f --.. - ; Steam - gteT7cr TVT1 1 1 :,! FO ft SA lEf Ufa .! ' ' R'A R rT fepartutiitr wifl 'b pirm t mny XJLone' wishing to purchase an excellent If. il.U S T E Mr S A WniMl L LY and property thereto belonging 'Tbetriachiae ry is cotdposed'of. a first-rate boiler. 3u re'et in length, 4U4nches diameter., with doifble 4ue. -Aiao a$frst-!ate engine, 8 iucb.ylindet, two feet strcikewith uprightsasbiawand ' LATH lf$ G iigcM' W'Ar al) complete.;. Wagous team chaiifsj. .and aP the paraphernalia to a saw mill can. be bough1; of the tindei Signed on reasonable tertr.S.', Ma chinery sold separate from the landed prOnettj, if desired. b ri : ;r -r-r: riil)!tl .iJ7. For further particulars apply to . ,.,,. j A8PLINU. STEVENS it td.;- ! Pa-kville, Mo., July 155. 23 t f . SCiUATTERST OF ItATV'SAS : j YOU can always find at.the 1 Pioneer Store of Aspling,.S'tevens &. Co-i Parkville AJoi, Provisioiis of aU kinds. Co.;taiitIyr op? hand and athe lowest figures, for ("ash; Tlour', Ba con, and a ereneral assortment of Grocerie8.iiU ; ...Remember the puce; .-' ovAi S.. JtiCo5.- ' SUGAR AND COFFEE -The best the mei kei affords cart always be found at the' Pio neer store of ' S.K ii J-:!-M:fiii .'1 'i.f:;"IV ; ,-'.?.!. ASPUNG STEVENS ACO., C-"i"H-:.'.n : '!-. -i ' tnlfvinr-- y.e HOLIDAY AXD DK HET, UTiolesalc and Retail Alei-chanti,''' a If Main, Sty between Mai ket and Thoirias,: .Vnol. U-i !.";n;;l'. fWeston'Mo. -FIRST-ARRIVAL. . THE undersigned would 'respectfully an nounce to the citizens! of Platte and ad oininint Counties, that they have now ou hiiid in mt iiiy or weston, airecni irom uie casi, tnA largest and bet selected stock or ? ii? ever brought to this mat ket, which ther prom ise to Sell'very low" fof'Cash; or on time to .prompt customers.: ; Come one and all and -amine our stock before.-purchasing elsewLere, as we have the Goods "and are determined' to sell. thiem. juWe have a large, assortment of every variety of goods iisualy .brought i tq the Weston market." Our stock consists in' part of the following articles: (- ,; ;io : .!! Cloths, black, and Fancy cassimeres, satinets ana vesungs, i ate at atyirs. Large, assortments .of prints of the best brands; A jMantirul lotpf silk nonrets, latest siyie; A B'Tperior lot of dress and bonnet trimtngs, ' ' Ararietr of style of ladies dress goods, , -t) t; Fancv si'lks. nlaln black, dol, ladies black and ' Fancy silk Shawls, together with rariona , other Fancy articles too numerous to men- . tion; . : , A larre lot of boots and" shoes.' ' a r A superior lot of- ready fnad Clothing for men and dots; , , t Hats and caps of erery Variety and etvles : s Queensware, glassware,, hardware, groceries, etc., c. To oar stock of dress roods', tel'i"wv' would particularly invite the Attention -of -the ladies. No trouble" to bw goods' yoa will find ; as at the old stand. - 1 ' - :i HOLrDAY A DICKEY. ' j.vYattoaJiMx.vHtL.aif c .; i-r , m. -racwDxaw'-'ij v. dtxok. : w. ?raT. -" TRUIf DEE, DIXOX Av Jo.: .WKOLESAL k An-, RKTAIL DEAI-taS; IM Prgsf lhdiknes l Paints, t QUs, jPer " fuauary,' Hooks and SlalioHary, tVin- '' ''A Zne Glast ; and Glass tfWe'j t- also i pATEarr srEDicLNTs; Ae."HJ CSDEB ST. OtOaCI HOTrt., WtST6l, KO. Wtbwriioa.41 til i-J "MiOTrTctAU. .J ;fs . V7TL3CT CLAOH. 3f ATTORNEYS AbT,X30UNSELIlS --jaPl9frfPll4l.:M7e;SR.4 OKKrcrtid ZZiztited .vA-TOUNG tian bT ths naaaa cf JOSF.PiT It SIWlU.MTWtH6y liu Wtt the first orA, ia c5,Jwtan. uiteBtwocJCSrfg in Kansas Territory, near, ahchisoq, and with the Ititeuti&c of etartimg -some tikiinu Jeae, sine bjb tia he. ia iiotbe. hsrd.f xm. -Any iBfonsation concerting hisi will be thankfully nomestic, bleached a.nd browrij. all qualities .'j CaTicos; aTlcotors and qua ities of Flannel; ' THIatnes; Plain Plaids ' - :i ','- ' ' French and Enrlish Merino: nir ?ti- - nl rnilETbwn of DlawWis limited inafaa. winwrOTi "jo onta side of the Mia. eonri rirer, three miles Vor-thrTine-orthI Delaware reserve, and ten rifles below Leavea! worth city. This town was laid off and locate i February last, on a traet of land densely tun! JtX?4va tf&Ztpmirj;, coantrr and situated favcrablr for. health af reaT there are s lnosbei-tf houses "rbinr'n-" 4t-hathe foBowiru; Tesoureenraool prominent poiiiU .T0f 1 u FirtIyA.Oooa Lanaiht . I. The Missouri river at this poiQtjico3p ess. jedwiihfn a.iuirxow-Raare. rhf imrt injtkaljr dcn o i the Detwac s d it.t w- J- hbstTo.din? at a'litime Ltn;D;t, r .laDdjrjgfosrjTya.w .t :; - - r .. . Second I y Tim ber in i !i Vi ! ami J h tract of 'and c. wh h 'b f. . ut. iscovfed wirhrjhiitb'etjtafie ,'foa ing purposs beeidesUi.x there oi, tWiftC i t;v..i ..k i . t T - " " , . 1 -r - , i This town hs on the Kst.sie side or tbir: er snpportinsr it. large district of the rerV best TerrlfoV, while on .tlio.pos;te. side of the river th,re i.a large and ffrtilVbot! tG; t7.m,n,tll PonThli.bottom is of itself sufficient to sustain a town f lart r:5K 5rV. to!- ci Point from which the Delaware nation. of IiiaLs eaati oi. cur their supplies. Pelawaje i9taA nf , and most accessiblefHilnt at Which th- counter on the Kansas river can do UWr receiving ii a forwaiding business.! Therd arva great ber of towns on the Kanststhaf wjll nd it t their interest to make, this place th-ir sbTprine point, among them we1 UtulJ name ,0s wkse Calhoun and of here. ; As there i9 a gbot ferrr al this point, em igrantstra veling to Kansas Ter-ntorv- on th- g.eat ate road from St. Joseph to St. Lonis. will find that this js the p opV point at which to enter the territory, as hv this meana they avSd igTeat deal 'of unnecessa y trvl- ..ji) .ua0 M .if Jti L 1 "5-r ... t -i a This locx-tion is higb and.cojQiwandingt harL ?.v" nd below the town, the 'toontrr Iwthe rictnity, presenting a view at onc! plea'smsr& Every locVment'will be giveiito-mredhanlc to make. Delaware the place of itrelr-choice. v 9 XT rnkto examine the pfeceL The merchant will . iind on an examinationj that Delaware is obliged , to command a trade et second to any town in the Territory1; fiom sucTj pexsnns we askl an examination : Ir: word word we ask for Delaware, an examlHaUhn by the public ' , ' . Z, The undersigned of Platta City; Mo. ' Peter Tt .Abl, W 8toti.lbr.Li F.if olUB'gawtjrfhV Del. o?Ar!VaJ! ' Pftai9f,ahare8r.or lotsjn said -town who mar desire to purchase. --.ft .-Tiut; :v. i ob.- V. CLARK,- Jaff .1. t--. 1 tR. F.TIIOT.1.1 vr:cwrT"Pi-r AL- D ( CK E Ym.-: - i w GEORGE fT. 'CIlA'Cllis? EALER ilnF foreign and. Domes tie -Dry A Gooils, Boots Shoes, Hats, CapeCuUery, Hardware, Groceries, Liqoorsndi-eadv maje Clothing, Ac, &'c, on the Levee, in- Atchison Kansas Territory , . . . maou - I hsvenow in store, and am' consiahtfr 'fa "'Pt C every variety of Goods auitable to the market, faom St. Louis and Uie East. Mr stock .consists in pat of the folfowin-r- ' Loaf, crushed and brown Sugars;. , , , . C,Fal kink -0,aB88c'-cee Sp'eea'ef Silk,l AVoolleii. Prints rvilIv.Tn T ?Jheetins, Shjrtingr, I Li.nen, am, .Liaea Ready made cUthi'ngf erery JescrfptrB t Cleths, Casuners and Satinets; . ' dlJlLwSy'.?!hlr Slippers,-Gaf- Atchison, K. T. ltf." ' a -Ttrrr '! v!t ;? vii 'i.. ' - THOMAS RHEA v 1,1 - o IsLis 2zx jfc -lV HAY.IX,G-Pwm,,,?,4,y located in At-ehls-4f, Kansas Tf.'titorv' chVV his so; vices to the cib"eiiw"tk. -r ... and Missouri. JleJoea ai!kuijs-cf BUct ernithmg at f he shot -test , .IJcr . and r low es mi? cvMi wtM Kinan in Ktrnsi r ... . His itenns are cash 1j "j. i i .-!; v ii :t-?t '"ij '! v . . ; j :i f . FAIRIS PLOW? I keep consUmilv on hand. Pre- c1' ri Plows. nianufrrr,fhir-r.... & .; Liberty, Mo,; Wiu-ranteilrwi t ,c,e can be p i.cli .s m St. Josefh or Weston, for th s.ime m.ney.' I otII8?- th.f "rves..of aa -experienced Plow Maker, and will soon offer foi sale Plow of my owirmake. elfoWm needof wockia my liae, are- invited to eall j- t a i4 st LLS"- - -t lfrvrUPASj:BJIEA-r ATXiTOV SaTJATTER SOV!EEIGSS. jtAsff aviit Ptaliiiiiffi'tjiftl SASH. D003 AI1. BLZNOC PACTORT. Coer of .firith anl ,W-,lmit Sheets,)..,.: ,'. ; if, Loiilft, jrjo. ,J 4. IF YOU wapt to save fifry jo one hundred per i cent, on your bills of lumber and woik, ron aiut p'lrch'se inv St. , Louis. -Jbe -.folio wing are some of the prices of building materia:, lairiMrArlH.'ufi i';u y.:s .v-s.rua .f -.i,. Clear. . lumber, S10 00 pei.lOno festi , e 1 2d Quality " " 30 00 1000 ' -n 3d. '-;! S25 0Oy! rooo' f:I'.:v . Sheathing, , .,$22.50'. 1000J( . ..m Prsme Timber $25 00 to S30 per HXXJ feet. f Flooring. $32 50 f $40 per 1000 feet Weather boardini2a0 te $25 per 1000 feet , Facinj lumber.r 1 side, $3 ; 00, 2ide $3 Q ' per 1000 feet.' J" "' " ' '" ' 1 -Sash 8 k 10 1 J thick ..enra per light'-"' '- 10 x 12 11 10 14 li "-w Doors 8 feet M br fl feet If tblckj f? 49 " ,Z ,i0." Iwlf. ... MT J...-;These are some of the prices that we sell st. I roc fiiii, particulars, ses,oyr printed bill of rt'ices.'r:' cr.. . - i, ,....t, . j.W are rnanahetTtrinr to order 'and keep oa hand J2intent of.Doa-is. Sasb, Blinds, TWot nd" Window Frames'.4 Mantels Base, Shelving; fencioff.; Weather Boarding, Flooring and Mouldings of erery pattern." . ' Our work is atl tnkde of seasoned lumber aid warranted equal to hknd.worW n r.i: . ,t.,r . We will send onr bill of prices to any person wlhr?iirorieV,i 1 SAWYER Si McILVAIN." . .March ?3tl855. r-T -li-3m r. ,5 r A fi-sv i BTOTE STORE! i t - ? "4 ' "ti n va reT'X cto it y rtille subscriber would respectfully at kn'owf i edge the favors bestowed eppn hha by.th citizens of Weston and vicinity, and soiic.ts a continuance of patronage. Tie wishes to call attention to his via large and carefully -selected stock of Toras.which:wUJbe sol4 very lOW for CAr.V.' e. ..r. i3. vi,..r - - - COOKING STOVES of .1sIl:aiM'suW ars- rir-tjrvi rattrrrs 10 sun purcttaser. ,t --- i -PARLOR STO V ES Of th -'li teat mttr lV ' ' At- mo, Box . and. Teau,Platel Stoves,- f all ' izs, suitable for heating rhnn-h.. c-i 1 n . Stores, Shops, Ate;, r&cV" "Tin Ware at Whole- aw ana uetBiL-;.!? Lii3 '.s j-.'c l E ViiiT1 'vesT ifo: ltf.'Wf Iii w. s. mmroft wbefe ver ' p.ierHre ftrrfres betwee A daybreak-and dark, fcai 'hre-good Boats and' when he cjoit go, awn. cai. 'All who rast tdgiatosrHtf nsa. remember '' J f.-itf.!, FV?IfIMROp FARLEI. Iatan., -j OFFES3 feisj !ehsi erris;6a 4h citizesaf Atl?ii ?sd rieBirr "ttAicgAynotf '- 27 JLiJr Ittri "ST ' 'IStfH WIMHOOFAKlySri'aaiIa-cZ- f toa-jtht.onlyrftrry -4hat-Jiever t - ..I.,,, ., -i J stops for ics or Jow "water.' but F. - --.-V.- ; - .