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COR. SBCOITDAND FRANSia ST3., ST. JOSEPH, MO. HAVE in store the following named articles which they oflar to the trade cheap for cash: 75 hhds N O sugar, 25 bbls clai ifil do 40 do powdered do 20 do crushed do 10 hhds refined do 150 bags Ilia coffer, 0 do Java do 10 do Mocha do 0 coils grass rcpe f0 do7 bed cords 10 do plow tines 1 50 bbls ree tifi'd whiskj JK) hlf do do M) bbls old bourbon ck 30 hlf do do do TO do do do do 35 bbls cognac brandy 20 hlf do do 5 ills Holland gin 10 do pure peach brandy 5 casks'im. port wine 10 bbls malaga do 0 coila saeh cord 3 qr casks fine brandy e bbla reboiled molas-5 bbls fine old whisky sea 50 boxes assorted cand) 40 hlf bble do A 15 do fine crackers 3 do Belcher's do 10 do prunes 80 kegs sugar house do25doz Preston and Mer 150 do Carolina tar rill's yeast powders 5 bbls do do 15 do Babbitt's do bO do Kanawha salt 10 bbls pickled herring bOO sacks G A do 50 boxes star candies 100 bags assorted shot 25 gross velvet corks 50 do buck do 40 doz painted buckets 5 kegs bar lead 100,000 percussian caps 100 rs wrapping paper 150 kegs as9t nails 5 do tea do 5 ton iron all sizes 100 large kettles ess't 6 " asst castings 150 bxs Malaga raisins,126 boxes cheese 3 casks Carolina rice 25 bbls vinegar 700 bbls lime 100 boxes manf tobacco 15 bxs Imp ad G P tealO boxes ginger brandy sundries. Herring, maekeral, Mustard, soda, starch, Codfish, salmon, shad, Pepper sauce, katchup. Whitefish, sardines, Nutmegs, cloves, Oysters, pie fruits. Batting, soda crackers3 Almonds, Eng. walnutsTickintt, stoneware, Pecans, cream nuts Wash Boards, tubs, Filberts, figs, prunes. Wooden ware, brooms. Raisins, zante.currentaWillow and cane chain Citron, macaroni, Children's wagons, Cbampaigne, port wine, Putter crackers, cirgars Madeira wine, cordials,Playing cards all kinds, Asst pickles, preserves, Matches, blacking, &c Also. Iron, nails, castings. buggy springs, 30-tf axles and boxen. T. APPLING. It. G. STEVEyS. E. K. STEPHENS ASPLIXft, 8TEVEXS, &, Co. Storage, Forwarding and Commission Merchants. XAIBJ A If D WATER 8T8., PAKKVILLK, MO. ALL BUSINESS entrusted to :hoir cu- v.i receive prompt attei.'; in. i SQUATTERS or KAXS.1S: YOU can always fsnd at Mie l':tvf.r.r. Srr.pf of Aspliflg, Stevens &. Co., Fa;-kvil!e. Mo.. Provisions of all kin C-..i.r o.i' hand and at the lowest fig-ires, for Cah; Fiour, Ba con, and a general ussortment of Groceries. Remember the place. ! A. S., &. Co. S. DICIISOa" Co f if mi ss ion ttereh a it f , WILL attend to receiving and forwarding. All Ceode forwarded on commission will receive immediate attention. Itefcreiiccs: St. Lonis. R. H. Sto-e, T.'il Larkin. Lexinutux. A. M. Cbadwick, J. H. Light rier. Westow. E. Cody, Belt &. Coleman, M. R. Yo-mg: St. Joseph. Midstloton &. Rilev, John Corby. "10-tf CORNER OP MAIN AND JTJIuE ST'S. ST. JOSEPH, MISSOURI. S. 8. ALLE.V, I'BJOl'KIETOR. r"IUlSw!l known iiUMehas been newly tit- t rci antrturiHHneu in ev t-ry part, and the table will always be furnished with the be?t that th market affords. See Sign CITY HOTEL." -tf 1'IOXELK SJlLOOA'. GEORGE MILLION, Proprietor. STILL kepH at tlie old stand, , corner of Ferry and Levee st's.. I a stock of choice Liquors. Wines, Cigars, 1'inh, Oysters, Sardines, Cheese, Crack- J eis. c, always on liuini. expect in a short time to 1 e in my large nw building, now nearly finished, whers I fchall be happy to see my old friends ami the ruldlc generally. GEORGE MILLION. .tchison.K. T. Mtf. PROVI8IOXM FOR Wtjinorc 12 in! & o.9 LIBERTY, CLAY CO., MO., HAVE put up 18K) good corn fattened !ogs averaging 220 lbs, net, from which they will have for so!, 70.000 lbs lard in kegs, barrels and tierces. 100 barrels mese pork. 250,000 lb bacon. Or they will sell the cut meat in dry salt, if tpplied for before hung up to smoke. Apply at the store of MILLER BIRD &. Co. Jan. 22, '5ft (pd $5) 4b-3m WILLIAM JACKSON. X. J. IRELAXD. Jack. son & I re laud, HAVE entered into partnership and are prepared to do any thing in the building litis which may be required of them They pledge themselves to put up buildihgs well and specdilv: Mso to do all job work punctually. gTShop over Di.n'a Stoi.p) Januuiy 22, '6. 46 6m JUST RECEIVED by steamer David Tatum, and for sale at very lowest St. Joseph prices: 50 bblB rectified Whisky ; 25 do copper distilled do j & do superior Brandy ; Monongaheia and Bourbon jVhi6Ky ; Port, Chret, and other wines. " Piserves, sauces, lemon syrup, ptcxles, oys ters, sardines, etc, by pacicafge, dozen or retail. -31-y STEPHEN JOHNSTON. Risolution of Co-Partnership. Til HE partnership heretofore existing! IL.U. Cballiss and ueo. I . ihp nam and stylo of L. C. Ch illis dav dissolved by rautvM .v. y-.. i :Oi'.v-.i:. I".!' business will ba continued ;; i-lof,), i . C Cballiss who alene is .v.nh-:: ir-i to nne f! name of the firm. L. C. CHALL's. G. T. Cli ALLIES. se JSccf tZt:rS;c?. 'F'lIE Undersigned will supply lb .L citizens of Atchison and Yicini 1y with a superior article of Beef. Market days, TUESDAYS and SATURDAYS. Maiket House on C Street. Having ample ex yrience in the business, he feels (rafe in guar anteeing satisfaction. The highest price in cash pid for sroodcom fed beef. fl-t-tf PHILLIP LINK. Xiivory Stalslo! I would informthe puolic, that I 'S bis terms for c.as.h. Enquireat y the Atchison Hotel, Atchison K T, M. DICKINSON. Sept. 25, 1855. tf. J. 8. KlITCIICL. & Co., WHOLESALE AND BKTAIL DEALERS If Groceries unci I'rovisions. Opposite the St. George Hotel. WESTON, Mo. M. P. RirEL, MERCHANT, Keeps constantly on hand 1 general assortment of Merchandise, suit able for emigrants to Kansas. Oregon and Call fornia. Store ou the Oregon road near Salt Creek. 'ltf. TTand Tsnist PRINTEB cheaper, neater, and quicker, at this establishment than in any office above St. 9uis. .. V - " Bags shot, Water proef and common J. J percussion eaps, in Jscore ana ror sale low by STEPHEN JOHNSTON. jroitssiona. J. II. STRIJFEEEOW, HI. O. OFFERS his professional services ts the citizens of Atchison and vicinity. OfFce in Sonatter Sovereign building. Atrbisnn. Feh. 3rd 155. DK. I. McTAY HAS permanently located in Atchison, and efTer bis professsonal service to the citi zens of Atchison and uicinity. Ollice on Main street, in S. Dixon's store. J. II. KEIIIER, 9X. STILL tenders his professional services to the citizens of latan, and adjacent country. Feeling grateful for the liberal patronage hita erto extended to bim, he solicit a continuance of the same, latan Mo. ltf. DE. THOMAS J. CALHOUN O' FFERS his professional services o the cit- zens of Atchison and surrsundint country. Office, at the Atchison House, where he may be found at all times, when not professionally engaged. t--y D- A. N. GROVER. C. H. GROVE1U GROTER AXD GROTER. ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW, Real Estate Agents, Salt Creek Valley, Kansas Territory. ltf. JXO. WILSOW. ROBERT P. CLARK. WILSON Sc. CLARK. ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW. Office at riatte City, Mo. Pre-Emplion Claims in Kansas. I WILL attend to contested cases of Pre-emption in the Lmd Oliice at Lecorapton. Per sona desiring my services can address letters to me at St. Joseph, Mo., until the Land Office is opened after that period, I mav he found at Leconpt-n- f-om EELA M. HUGHES. L. P. BIRD, WM. H. MILLER, Weston. Parkville. BIRD &MILXER, Attorneys and Counselors at Law Office, in Parks new stone building, corner of Main and Water streets. -ll-y I). III. JOHNSTON, I A TTORNEY AT LAW, will attend to any l.bupiness of his profession. Oflice at Doni ! ph; n. Kansas Territory. ! '1" I have the instructions of the Pre-emp- v.cn law, also instructions to Registers and Receivers. n 20. A. E. MAYHEW, ATTORNEY AT LAW Atchison, K. T. Will attend to all business intrusted to his care, in Atchison county. j. hkaclev. w. baker. IIEADI.EY AND RAKER. ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW, Platte City Mo. Will attend to any business which may bo entrusted to them, in the Courts of Platte, Clay, Buchanan, and the Courts of Kansas Territory. ltf. J. T. HERET0RD, ATTORNEY AT LAW Atchison, K. T. W "ill give prompt attention to all business entrusted to hisr. i Atchison and ad- oining counticr. se-fi5, 1S55 ly. J. X. BURNS. C. F. BUK.VS. J. 17. 8c C. T. A TTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT X- LAW, will pifiriicc their pret'ession in North Western Missouri aud the Courts of K: nsts Territory. (j2j7Tarticula-r attention given to securing and collecting claims. Weston Mo. 1S55. "Hf JAMES ' ArHELEY7 ATTO R N E Y AT L A V , Atchison, K. T. tTTjiL PILA.CTICE LAW in the District V V Courts of the' Territory, the Probate Courts of Leavenworth and Doniphan counties, and also the Courts of Buchanan and Plntte counties. -.SO-tffJ HEWC0MB J. IRELAND, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Atchison, K. T., WILL practice Law in the District Courts of the Territory of Kansas, the Probate Courts of Leavenworth and Doniphan counties, and also tbe Courts of Buchanan and riatte comities. Mo. 1 have the instructions of the Pre-emption Ltiw ; al.o instructions to Registers and Receivers. 1 am prepared to make out and file with the Surveyor General, declaratory state ments of the intention of the settler, where he wishes to be bcnclitted by the Pre-emption Lw. 42-tf. B B T M t" f S fei i--: & 2. -: m o t 0 2 - 5 2 H: ? r: S or M p 3 - ta ft " rifis a cr o y ca C at hi ft A. GALLATIN OTIS, (Recently from Louisville, Ky.,) Attorn ay at Law and Notary Public, IT 7" ILL Practice Law in the various courts 1V V of the Territory, attend to collecting monies and procure pensions and bounty land warrants, lie has all the pre-emption laws of the IT. States, and having been appointed Notary Public by Gov. Shannon, is authorised to pre pare all necessary pepers for pre-emptors on public lands, and will attend with them in per son at the Land Office, whenever desired. He will alo take depositions, acknowledgments of deeds, &.c. From several years experience ia his profession, he hopes to perform its duties satisfactorily. References : R. B. Carpenter, Esq., Chi cago, III.; Jas. H. Oliver, Esq., Cincinnati, O.; Rousseau & Rousseau. Louisville, Ky.; Jas. R. Knight, Esq., St. Louis ; Judge John II. Hal Winan, Johnson &. Lyle, Col. Perkins, Leav North City. 47-tf r. T. ABEI.L, B. T. STRIKGFELIOW. Atchison, K. T. Weston, Mo. ABELL & STRIXG FELLOW, Tjfiwyoirs, ' Atchison, II. T , and Weston, Mo. WILL practice their prolession in the coun ties of Atchison, Doniphan and Leaven worth, K. T., and Platte, Clay and Buchanan, Missouri, and :ttend the Supreme Courts at JeiTerson City, Mo., and Leeompton. K. T. We can be consulted on business at either of our offices, at Weston or Atchison, and letters aldressed to us at either point, will receive prompt attention. Pre-Emtions. As soon as the land oilice is opened lor prov ing up pre-emption rights in Kansas, embracing Atchison county, we will also open ah office at the same point, where one of us will constantly atend. Those desiring our services in the land office had better counsel with us as early as possible so that we may give tbem directions, and pie pare for attending to their interests. Weston, Mr ch 13, c6. -; 2j It. juiiis ISnG. FSTRXITUItE. 1S56. Scarritl & JtIason9 , Wholesale and Retail UPHOLSTERY AND rUSNITURE DEALERS A.D MAMTATURERS Kos. 40 and 42 Washington Avenue, ST. LOUIS, MO. HAVING completed our arrangements for a full stock of goods in our line, and hav ing the best assortment in the West, we take pleasure in offering to purchasers, both whole sale AND RETAIL 3000 Bedsteads. 1000 Bureaus, 500 Dining Tables, 500 Breakfast dt, 200 Work Stands, 200 Wash do., 100 Wardrobes, 1000 looking Glasses, f 0 dozen wood seat Chairs, 200 do- cane seat do., 100 do. rocking do., 100 do. children's do., 200 Lounges, 500 tin Safes, 200 Cribs, assorted sizes, 100 rush and split bottom Chairs. To which we add mahogany and walnut par lor anu rocking Chairs, Sofas; center, side and extension Tables; Secretaries and Book Cases. Uph olstery in great variety, such as spring, hair, cotton, moss and husk Mattresses, Com forts, Spreads and Blankets. Our work is all warranted as represented our prices as low as the lowest. Orders promptly and faithfully executed and respectfully solicited. Satisfaction guaranteed. Please call and satisfy yourselves. BUCK & WRIGHT, 305:andj207 Main Street, ST. LOUIS, MO , Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Stoves anil flolloir WYrre. AMONG our S" cic win d e Sf-5 ' nnr!rs Celebrated Im-p-oved Cookine Stove Suncr ior and Standard Pre mium. Various slvles nf VWod and Ccal Stoves for Parlors, of fices, Stores &.c. comprising the largest assort ment in the West. A full stock of Sugar Kettles, Dog Irons. Skillets, Ovens, Lds, Slc Our Stoves and Hollow Ware, are made of the best OHIO HOT-BLAST I RON, and being connected with one of the largest manufactu ring establishments in Cincinnati we can oilar superior inducements to dealers. We would call parties iar attention to BUCK'S LARGE SOTEI STOVES For hotels. Boarding H juses, &c. 3-Cm JOIli; . I.IPNilKHGF.R, TMOS. W. SHIELDS, Late of Boonville. Late of Yosti & Shields. LIOXBERGE-ft & SHIELDS, (Successors to Yosti & Shields,) - WHOLESALE DEALERS IN No. 145, Former ly 163, Main Street, 48-if ST. LOUIS, MO. R. If. STOXE, TVTiolcsttlc Grocer Commission and Forwarding Merchant, N' O. 115 SKCOMD S-.reet. between Vine-st. and Washington avenue, olFcis for sale a ttf.l selected stoc r of Ciroccries, Vines asid Fiquors, and all goods in tl line, at lowest market price3 Particular attention given to the sale of Pro duce. o y R. M. BARCLAY. LEVI JIINKLK. JOHN SHIKI.DS Rarclay , Hiukle &SIaieIds, Jfifrolasfzle Grocers,, AND GENERAL COMMISSION MSI 02SLLKT2?iB, No. 59 Secont , between Olive Si. Pine Sts. 5T. LOUIS, MO. Particular at tetition paid to the sale of coun try produce on jormmission, and proceeds pionit ly rcuiitted. references: Vvm. M. Mor::i3on Jo Co. Woods, Christv & Co C. M. MCJr r.p; Si. Co. Mndd &. Hughes. Doan, King c Co. Switzer, P!;itt & Co. Ed. J- Gay ! 1 Co. 3:. S. VVatson &, Co. Shapleigh, ay c Co. Pittman & Tennent. ; 3rownlee. Homer & Co. 48-tf From 11 ie Advertising Agency of . J. S. POST, ST. LOUIS, MO. C. D. ELLIF, J. S. CAVESDER. J.--SMITH. EI, LIS, CAVEJSDES & CO. ST L0L?S, Missouri, Wholpsaie dealers in BOOTS &. SHOES, No. 43 M iin St., Corner Pine, are now receiv ing their Fall stock, which is of 6Tip?rior qual ity and s' vie, bing manufactured expressly to our order, comprising a choici assortment t Mens ca'f, Gents kip Boots snd Brogans. Al so a la' ire assorfment of Women. Misses. iioys, 1 jHBH anu cm wren's sr-0CK or every riety cf itvie and price, all of which they will sell to p 'ompt men, or for cash, at a siriailad- i vanes c fir Eastern cost. j An e ;aiiunation of our stock is solicited. i2 3m- j 1 P. KINO SLANT). AS. CUDDV.I BROADWAY FOUNDRY ST. LOUIS, MO. Manufacturers of S am Engines of ail sizes; f w and Oriflt Mill Machinery; Toilers arid Slieet-Iro-i Work;" larkcr and Johnson Water Wheels; 'jjfbacco. Oil ami Hydraulic Presses; J ead Furnace Castings, and Iron and Bnss Work of every description; Also. FRAZEE'S PATENT UPRIGHT SAW .15ILL. All orders promptly attended to, and all work wan anted of the best description. 4-6ci F fora Swymmer's Adv. Agency, NO. 14 SECOND STREET, ST. LOUIS, MO. EDWARD BOYLE, SHEET-IRQ?; WORKER, BOILER - MAKER, :iS3 SLAKS?iIITHxHG ?Bc G3t2ai; Ji (anujacturer of Jlivds, Railroad Chairs and Spikes, :r. E. Cor. Illain and Cherry-sts., ST. LOUIS, MO. Second-hand Boilers always on hand, repairing done upon the shortest notice. SADDLE AND HARNESS ftE& xx ix c t O r 3T. I KEEP always on hand, and will w3k make to order, anything in my line, fcpllfi on the shortest notice. Give me a call and I will give you satisfaction. JOHN ROBERTSON, 32-tf Atchison City, K. T. TV. F. DYER, 1 fERCHANT. has alwa-c-a nn fan) 9 -nm. LJL plet assortment or 0.rries and Pro- Pro-I T I visions at his oiore in Sait Creek awc, Kan- ! mm 1 , sas Territory. itf. Umci COATS, 75c. to S20 ; 'TESTS, 50c DEALERS IN JDry-Goods Mats and- Caps, Wtriety Goods 9 CORKER OF C A5D TIIIRI STEETS, ATCIIISOX, It. T. . m 9 m WE ARE NOW OPENING AND RECEIVING, DIRECT FROM BALTIMORE, ONE of the largest and best selected stocks of Spring and Summer Clothing ever offered to 4 Kansas Public, and which we are prepared to dispose of " Cheaper than the Cheapest.' L. C. CHALLISS DEALER IN FOREIGN fVJ DOMESTIC Ojy THE LETEE, THE undersigned would call the attention of all emigrants, and the citizens of Kansas gen erally, to their extensive stock of OUTFITTING GOODS, wbich they are now receivin" direct from Philadelphia .Vese 3or& and ISaltimors9 Consisting of every Variety of FANCY AND STAPLE DRY-GOODS, HKABYiUDE GMTm.XG, DO GTS ASB SUOS, HATS AND CAPS, HARDWARE, GLA33 A2JD aTJEENSWARE, GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS Tojf'liT with r. iarL'e stock of EjiDIAS' fiOOOS, all of which have been bought on the most favorable t:r:m. r.nd will be sold a3 low as in any house west of St. Louis. Give us a call. No treble to show goods. fS-tf L. C. CIIALL13. 3 :ttt-ntion given to receiving and DELAWARE! J rPHETown of Delaware is situated ir i?an- souri river, three miles above the line ( tl) Delaware reserve, and ten miles below I.evTej . worth cit'. This town was laid off and locaU in February last, on atract of land densely tirt bered, easy of access from the surr.aidinj, country and situated favorably for heaiin: al ready there are a number of houses going up. It has the following resources as a good and prominent point: Firstly A Good Easidin The Missouri river at this point is compress ed within a narrow space, th chann is re markably deep on the Delaware side, and wash es for a mile above and below, the Kansas shore, thus affording at all times a safe and secure landing for steamers. Secondly Timber in Abundance The tract of land on which the town is laid out. is covered with valuable timber,for build ing purpose?, besides this, there is on the oppo site sido of the river a large bottom, heavily ' timbered with oak, ash and walnut. Thirdly Its Position. This town has on the Kansas side of the riv er supporting it, a large district of the very beet lands in the Territory, while on the opposite side of the river thre is a large and fertile bot tom, teeming with population. This bottom is cf itself sufficient to sustain a town of large size. This is the most accessible point from which the Delaware nation of Indians can pro cure their supplies. Delaware is the nearest and most accessible point at which the country on the Kansas river can do their receiving and forwarding business. There are a frreat num ber of towns on the Kansas that will find it to their interest to make this place their shipping point, among thorn we would name Osawkee, Calhoun ami others. As there is a good ferry at this point, emigrants travelingto Kansas Ter ritory on the great State road from St. Joseph to S-:. Louis, will llml that this is the proper point at which to enter the territory, as by this means they avoid a great deal of unnecessary travel. Health. This location is high and commandinsr. hav ing 110 stagnant water near togeneratedisease from its streets, there is presented to the eye a spendid view of the Missouri river for miles above and below th town, the country in the vicinity presenting a view at once pleasing and romantic. Every inducement will be given to mechanics to make Delaware the piacc of their choice. We ask each person to examine the place. The merchant will find on an examination, that Delaware is obliged to command a trade not second to any town in the Territory ; from such persons we ask an examination In a word, word we ask for Delaware an examination by tho public. Sale of ILois. The undersigned of Platte Citv. Mo. ; Peter T. Abel!, Weston, o- L. F HoHingsworlh, Del aware, Kansas Territory, are authorised to dis pose of shares or lots in said towD who may desire to purchase. B. F. CLARK. B. F. HOLLINGSWORTH, 33-tf WM. DICKEY. NEv7 STORE AND NEW GOODS. Main Street, Weston, Mo. rrIIE undersigned beg leave to announce to A the citizens cf Weston, PJatto comity and Kansas Territory, that rhey have just opened in Wesrcr. a large and complete asaurUneiit of Dry f;oods. E?n- 4 'rt MT 'iJ.wfi Ou eeii swarc. Hardware. &c. 1 All r.f which hav? hen selected with esnociaf rvfViT.cs to thi.- rvirk'.-t. O'ir stock of Goods is new. ard hr.s l.epp chosen with grtr.t care; jfidwelI-t'.tero!ireive (hat tLot" who will take the troub'e to call and examine for themselves cannot fail to be pleas ed with our assortment. We hope by strict attention to business and fair and impartial dealing towards all, to merit and receive a liberal share of public patronage- 13-tf CONWELL &. SPENCER. car notice, THE following list of articles, taken off lhe wreck of the A. B. Chambers, were left on the stara ferry boat Lewis Burises, and are held subject to the order of the owners: One Trunk, containing Women's Clothing; One Bag, do. do. do.; One Oarpet-sack, containing Gent's clothing-' The above articles, if not called for witbia thirty dnys, will be soid to pav charges. G. M. MILLION, March 29. Mtf D. D. JENNINGS- Strayed or Stolen bead of work oxen ol the following description: one pair of brindle staggs. ten or twelve year old, with Loles in their horns ; ona pair of five year olds, with white barks, one a brindle anl the other a brown ; also a pair about eight years oid, one white and the other red. Inform&tioit left at this office, or with the subscriber at Marysville, will be thankfully received. Jan. 29, '56. 47-tf L. HARDEN. AtcSiison Court House. SEALED PROPOSALS will be received by the undersigned, at the town of Atchison, K. T-, for the erection of a Court House for the County of Atchison- Plans and specific ions can be seen by anplication to HENRY AD DO MS, Commissioner. Feb. 5, -"56. 43-tf Fn rn it u re, Iff attrasscs, Chairs UST RECEIVED a large lot of bedsteads, J tables, wash-stands, chairs, woric stands, laattrassei. STEPHE JONHNSTO!-. PANTS, 75c. to 50. ATCHISON, K. T. forwarding of all descriptions of Merchandise. SAisIUEL DICSS02T, WHOLESALE AND BETAIL DEALER IK DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, BOOTS SHOES, GLASS WARE, QUEENS WARE, TOBACCO A.D SEGARS. ALSOr DRUGS. MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS, &c. North side of C street, one door above corner of third. ATCHISON, K.T. Jan. 29, '56. 47 RITCIIEEtnsOX's IFissouri Mxpress Company Principal Office, 12 Main Street, St. Louis, ARE now prepared to transact a General Re ceiving, Forwarding and Commission Bus iness. All goods consigned to our care will receive prompt attention, and be forwarded without (May at the lowest transportation rates; our arrangements being favorable for such pur poses. We connect ?t St. Louis with Vallentine &. Co.'s Fast Freight Line from the Eastern Cit- iiH tim". eight to twelve days by which goods will be delivered at all points between the East and St. Joseph in from twelve to twen ty days. Have goods marked care Ritcherdson's Mo. Express Co., Sti Louis. Mn. Insurance pffceted 011 the most favorable te-ms. J. F. R!TCHi"RDSON, Resident. HENRY KYLK, General Agent. jU-y flKE unde' signed, having permanently loea JL tctl in Atchison, K. T., is now prepared to do all kinds of Copper, Tin & Skeet Iron Wortt, with neatness and dispatch, and for the very lowest p'-ies. He wl! k?"p on hand a general assortment of Ti i Ware, which he will sell wholesale and reta: , as chenp as the cheapest. He will do Tin and biieet Iron roofing, and put up House Gutters at the very shortest no tice. PAT. LAUG1ILIN. Jan. 32, ?of. 46 tf ATCIS2S05 IlOrsc 0 TTIE Subscriber having taken the above new HOTEL, would respectfully inform his friends, and the traveling public, that he is now ready to entertain guests in a manner and style not to be surpassed in the Territory. O. B. DICKINSON. Atchison, K., T., August 21st, 1855. TTAXTE5)! WASTED! ! Iwir.L pay tbe highest market price in cash, for all sorts of vegetables, such as potatoes, cabbage, beetes, turr.tTis. &.c. Also for eggs, butter, chickens, oats and corn. Persons hav ing the above articles for sal" will do well in bringing them to 'me, at the "Atchison Home." sept. 25, 1855. tf. O. B. DICKINSON. EO. W. BELT. HENRY COLMAN. BELT &COEJIAT. WESTON, MO. WHOLESALE and Retail Dealers in Dry Goods and Groceries. Clothin;, Hoots and Shoes, &C. Outfitting Goods in great va riety. Also Forwarding and Commission Mer chants. Hf. WILLIA5I ICfTtTOXAar, KEEPS always on. hand fx. . Horses. Carriages and Bug- iSttL -gies to hire. Their stock- f ia of the very best kin-i, -and their Carriages new and always in good order. Weston, Mo. "ltf. TERRITORY OF KANSAS, COUNTY OF MARSHALL, in the District Court of the third District of said Territory. Li; wis Harden, ) -r.,-, . 4.v, . ' f roreign Attachment on -tir irir I Plea of Assumpsit in case. W. M. Mac raw, 3 - 1 AND now. to wit, June 24, 1S56 on motion of F. J. Marshall E3q., Attorney for P!ain tiiT. tha Court order and direct Notice by publi cation in one newspaper in the Territory of Kansas, to the said W. M. F. Magraw defend ant, that his property has been attached on a plea of Trespass, on the case for a debt amount ing to one hundred and thirty-four dollars and seventy cents, and that unless he bs and appear oa or before the third day of the next Term to he holden at Maysviile in said County of Mar shall on the fourth Monday, 2tth-day of Nov. 1853, Judgement will be rendered against him, and his property will be sold to satisfy the same. I certify that the above is a true copy of the Record. J-UNEAFER, Clerk of 3d Hist. Court. Strayed. A DARK BROWN HORSE, with aj n she lort bob tail, two hind feet white, small star in the forehead, and paces. He was lost about fifteen miles from Westport on the road to Franklin. Any information sent to this office, or to A. G. Boone, Esq., at West port, that will lead to the recovery of the horse will be thanjtfaliy received by the tindersirned. R.S. KELLER. II. RICH. SUTLER, TJ. S. Army, at Fort Leavenworth, is constantly receiving fine old Liquors, Wines and Cigars; also a general assortment of choice merchandise always on hand. "ltf OAAft Feet blastinr fuse for by 1 OUUU STEPHEN JOHNSTSN. to $5 5 1S56. 1R5G. REGULAR SATURDAY PACKET. St. Louis and St. Joseph Packet. Line. J. M. COSTERS, For Boonville, Glasgow, Brunswick, Miami, Hill's Landing, Waverly, Dorer. Berlin, Lex ington, Wellington, Camden, Sibley, Rich field, St. Bernard, New Independence, Lib erty, Wayne City, Kansas, Par kvilU, Leav enworth City, Fort Leavenworth, Weston, Kickapoo, latan, Atchison, Doniphan and St. Joseph. ISWb. THE splendid, new and fart rat f&Zngp senger steanvr J. M. CONVERS. JSiSSSS Geo. W. Eowmah, Captain, will leave for the above and intermediate points, ev ery alternate Saturday, daring the season, ar4 o'clock, p in, as follows 1 Saturday, March 8,22; Saturday, August 9, 23; April Of iv ix-pt. o, May 3, 17,31 Oct. 4,18 " June 14 and 2j Nov.l, 15,29 July 12 and 26j Returning, will leave St. Joseph every alter nate Fridav, at 10 o'clock, a m, as follows : Friday, March H,2S; Friday, August 1,15, 29 April 5, 19; Sept. and 20; May 3, 17,31; Octanrl8; " June 6 and 20; Nov. 1, 15, 2i. July 4 and 18; Departing from St. Joseph, Friday, at 10 o' clock a m; Doniphan, at 12, m; Atchison at 2, p m. latan at 3 p m; Kickapoo at 4 p rn; Wes ton, Saturday, at 7 a m; Fort Leavenworth at 8 a m; Leavenworth at y a rn; Parkville at 10, a m; Kansas at 12 rn; Wayne City at 1 p xu; Lib erty at 2 p m; New Independence at p m; Richfield at 3 p m; Sibley t 4 pm; Camden at 5 pm; Wellington at 6 p in; Lexington, Sun day at 7 a m; Bsrlin at 8 a m; Dover at 9 a m; Waverly at 10 a m; Hill's Laanding at 11, am; Miami at 1 p w; Brunswick at 2 pri; Glasgow at 4 p m; Boonville at 6 p m, arriving at St. Louis, Monday, in time for tbe Louisville and Mississippi packets, and evening lines of trav el inll directions , The J. M. Convcrs has been built expressly for a Missouri river packet. She is the most splendid passenger steamer ever built for the trade, combining all modern improvements with speed, safety and comfort. Her paseenger accommodations are unsur passed. Shippers and passengera may rely on htr punctuality and dispatch. Thankful to our former friends and patrons f steamer Edinburgh, we solicit a continuance of their favors to the J. M. Convers. GEO. W. BOWMAN. Captain. 3-ea G. A. REICHENEKER, CierK. SEASON OF 18.16. St. Louis and St. Joseph. Packet Line. Regular Tuesday Passenger Packet. For Boonville, Glasgow, Brunswick, Miami, HilPs Landing, Waverly, Dover, Berlin, Lex ington, Wellington, Camden, Sibley, Richfield, New Independence, Liberty, Wayne City, Kan sas, Tarkville, Leavenworth Fort Leavenworth, Weston, Kickapoo, latan, Atchison, Doniphan and St. Joseph. Wjiw THE eleeant, commodious, and IsSkQ' fst Rsruhr Passenger Packet is3SSs POLAR STAR, Dix, Master, will leave for the above and intermediate points, every alternate TUESDAY, during the season, at 4 o'clock, P. M., a3 follows: February 26th; July 1st 15th and2ih; March l'lth and 25t, August 12th and 26th; April 8th and 22d ; September 9ta and 23d October 7th and 21t November 4th nd 18th; May 6th and 20th June 3d and 17th; Connecting at St. Joseph with the Bluff City and St. Joseph regular passenger packet Fox tenklle. forming an immediate, reliable and sneedv through connection by steamboat, to Council Bb'flk RETURNING will leave St. Joseph every alternate MONDAY at 10 o'clock, A. M., as follows : March 3d, 17th & 31st; August 4th and 18th; April 14th and 2ih; Spt. 1st; lath and 'Z'JIL May 12th and 26th; October 13th and 27th. June 9th and 23d; - November lUth and 24th JnJy 7th and ilst; Departing from St. Joseph Mondays at 10 o'clock a. m., Doniphan at 12 m., Atchison at 2 p. m., latan at 3 r. m., Kickapoo at 4 p. ai., Weston Tuesdays at 7 a. m , Fort Leaven worth at 8 a. M.,Lea venworth at 9 a.m., Park ville at 10, a. m., Kansas at 12, m., Wayns City at 1. p. M., Liberty at 2, p. m., New Independ ence at 2 p. m., Richfieid at 3, p. m., Sibley at 4, r. m., Camden at 5, p. m., Wellington at 6, p. m., Lexington, Wednesday at 7, a. m., Ber lin at 8, a. m.. Dover at y, a. m., AVaverly at 10, a. m., Hill's landing at 11, a. m.. Miami at 1, p. m., Brunswick at 2, p. M., Glasgow at 4, p. M-. Boonville at 6, p. m., arriving at St. Louis Thursday evening in time for the Louisville and Mississippi packets, and eve ning lines of travel in all directions. The Polar Star has been thoroughly repaired and refurnished throughout, two state-rooms added, and every improvement made which safety, comlort and convenience could suggest. Shippers may rely upon the utmost dispatch in tae delivery of their freight, and passengers are assured that no exertion on our part will be wanting to render the Polar Star worthy of fhat generous patronage which heretofore has been, and we hone mry continue to be extended to her. K. F. DIX, 47 ly H. M. BLOSSOM. SEASON OF lSr3. St. Lords and St. Joseph Packet Line. Regulai Tuesday Passenger Packet,. For Boonville, Glasgow, Brunswick, Miami, Hill's Landing, Waverly, Dover. Berlin, Lex ington, Wellington, Camden, Sibley, Richfield, New Independence, Liberty, Wa5'ne Cit v, Kan sas, Parkville, Leavenwn -n City, Fort L-ai en wqrtb, Weston. K?ck;i.;3, latan, AtchiBon, Doriphan, and Si. Joseptt. pf,KU The nnsnrpassetl commodious and U tfSSs&y fast Rfimlar Pa ssen;rr Packet, JAMES L LUCAS, Andrew Wineland, Commander, will leave for the alov nnd intermediate points every alternate Tuesday during the season, at 4 o'clock, P. M., as fol lows : March 4th and lP-th. August 5tb and 19th. April 1st. 15th, 2yth. September 3d, 16th, 30th May 13th and 27th. October 14th and 23th. June loth and 24th. November 11th and 25th July Sth and 22d. Connecting at St. Joseph with the Bluff City and Pt Joseph regular passenger packet FON TENELLE, forming an immediate, reliable and speedy through connection by steamboat to Council Fluff's. RETURNING will leave St, Joseph every alternate MONDAY, at 10 o'clock, A. i., as follows : March 10th and 24th. August 11th and 25th. My 5th and 19th. October Gth and 20th. June 2d, 16th and 30th. November 3d and 17th. July 14th and 2Sth. December 1st. Departing from St. Joseph Mondays at 10 o'clock, a m, Doniphan at 12 m., Atchison at 2 p m; latan at 3 p ro; Kickapoo at 4 p in; Weston, TUESDAY, at 7 o'clock, a in; Fort Leaven worth at 8 a m; Leavenworth at 9 am; Park ville at 10 a m; Kansas at 12 m; Wayne City at lpm; Liberty at 2 p rn; New Independence at 1 p m: Richfield at 3 p m; Sibley at 4 p m; Camden at 5 p m; Wellington at 6 p m; Jxing ton on WEDNESDAYat7 o'clock a m; Berlin at 8 a m; Dover at 9 am; Waverly at 10 a m; Hill's Landing at 11 a m; Miami at 1 p m; Brunswick at 2 p in; Glasgow at 4 p m,Boonville at 5 p rn. arriving at St. LouisThursday evening in time for Louisville and Mississippi packets and evening lines of travel in all directions. The James H. Lucas has been thoroughly re paired and refurnished throughout, and every improvement made which safety, comfort .and convenience could suggest. Shippers may rely npon the utmost dispatch in the delivery of freights, and pasEengers are assured that no ex ertion on our part will be spared to render the James II. Lucas worthy of that general patron age which heretofore has been, and we hope may continuo to be extended to her. 47. ANDREW WINELAND. srnjDEiEs. 45 Coozingand Parlor stoves; 170 joints extra pipe and elbows ; 40 Kegs assorted nails ; 100 dozen chains, assorted sizes ; Axes, broad-axes, pirsrs, spades, shovels and all other xind of hardware and cutlery for sale low. f30 STEPHEN JOHNSTON. I85C SEASON ARRANGEMENT 1mT In Place of steamer F..2. Aubry i".,1?? rftfor Brunswick V ami, Hill's Landing, Waverly. Beilin r ington. Wellington, Camden, Sibley I , field, Liberty, Independence,' Kansas, ville, Fort Leavenworth, Leavenworth A Weston, Atchison and St. Joseph l PlH THE 8t,llntr EDINBrjRG n Able, master, will, on v?; WSV-rtTiTTSS mencement of the trip, pj ,7" JeiTersoD City and Weston packets, take tf place of thy steamer F. X. Aurbry as a re?U' ' emi-mnntbry Thursday packet for above tL' taking the same days at each end of the roi' as advartised by the Aurbry her officers pj ing to the patrons of that boat the same rjf" larity of trips, and their best erlbrts to ij with the Edinburgh equal comfort to rj!r gers and satisfaction to shippers and eorsieI as given by the Aubry The Edinbnrgh has recently receir4 rh valuable improvement, rendering ber botli ' a passenger and freight boat equal to any no in the trade, and her new owners trust the wi'i receive, at the hands of their old Misourj ver friends, a lideral patronage l t"-e DAN ABLE, Mas. 1EASQ3T Or IS 56. SJtctx of tJts.0 West. St. Louis and St. Joseph Packet Liu. Regular Monday Passenger Packet for Boor.. . yille, Glasgow, Brunswick. Miami, Hijp, Landir.e, Waverly, Dover," Berlin, Lexing ton, Wellington, Camden, Stbly,'Richfield, Liberty, Independence, . Kansas, Parkville, Leavenworth, Ft. Learenwortb, W eto . Kickapoo, latan, Atchison. Doniphan, and St. Joseph. H. The splendid new commodious isTjif ana coniroriaoie uegurar faster. arcSa irer. Packet STAR OF THE WEST, Dix. Master, Will leave for the abore and intermediate ports on evary alternate Moc day, during tho reason, at 4 o'clock, p.m., a follows : " Monday, March l,24j Monday, August; 2J- April7,21 Sept.8 idjV " May 5, 19; " Ocf. Saito' June 2, 16, ZOy ' A'ov.aLaaUi Jo)yl4,2S; Returning, will leave St. Joseph everj alter, nate Sundav, at 10 o-VIock, a m, as follows : Sunday, I&sch 16 30; SancUty, August 3, 17 31 April 13 2; - .. Sept. 14 2. " May 14, 25j Oct. 12 iC. June 8 22; Nov. 9 23 " July 6 20; Departing from St. Jesoph, Sunday, 10, o'cl?Jt a m, Doniphan at 12 m, Atchison 2 pt, latan at 3 p m, Kickapoo at 4 p in. Weston Monday at 7 o'clock, a m, Fort Leav enworth at 10 a m, Leavenworth City at U a ir. Ptykville at 8 a m, Kansas at 12 a a. Wayar Cky at 1 p io, Liberty at 2 p m, Xw Independendence at 2 1-2 p m, Ricjintld aDd' St. Bernard at 3 p m, Sibley at 2 p m, Cam . den at 5 p m, Wellington at 6 p m. Lexington Tuesday, at 7 a m, Berlin at S 1 -Dover at 9 a an; Waverly at 10 am; Hill's ladl ing 11 a m; Miami at 1 p m; Brunswick tt2 p in; Glasgow at 4 p m Arrow Itoak at 5 a c; lioonvine at 6 p m; ariivtng at sit. Louis Wed nesday evening in time for Louisville and Mis sissippi packets, for evening trains of tha Al ton and Chicago and Ohio and Mississippi Railroads. The etar of the West was built expressly for a Missouri river Passenger Packet, and com bines every modern improvpinf nt for saftty, convenience and comfort. Shippejs and ps neners may rely upon her pertauneucy, punc tuality and dispatch. SEASON Ok? IK. 6. St. Louis and St. Joseph Packet Line REGULAR SATURDAY PACKET. For Boonvi!l, Glasgow, Brunswik, Miam1. Hill's Landing. Waverly. Dover, Beilin, Lex ington, Wellington, Camden, Sibley, Richfirld, New Independence, Liberty, Wayne Citv. Ka'r- sas, Parkville. Leavenworth, Fort Leavenworth Weston, Kicks poo, latan, Avhisou, Doniphan, and St. Joseph. jry15- The eIjant,eommodfout. and fs't hfhfi'fdp Rg'Jlar Passenger Packet NEVi iArrT.T IiUCY, Coklev Master, will leave St. Louis for the above and intermediate points, overy alternate Saturday, during the season, at 4 o'Dlork, p. j., as follows: March 1, 15,29; April 12. 26; May 10,24; June 7. 21 ; July 5.19; August 2, 16,30; Sept, 13, 27; October 11,25; Novembers, 22 Returning will lenve St. Joseph for St. Lonil every alteraate Friday, at 10 o'clock, a. m.. ss follo'ws:. March 7,21'; April 4, IS; May 2.16, 3"; June 13, 27; July 11,25; August X, 22; S--tember 5, l'J; October 3, 17, 31, November II, 2S. Departing from Joseph Fridays at 1 otlock, A. m., Doniphan 12, -, Atchinon 2, p. at.. latan 3. p. m., Kickarot4, p. v., Weeton j Saturday, at 7, a. m., Fort Lenvenwortu , a. m., Leavrn worth V, a. m., i'aiKvilie iu.a. Kansas 12 m., Wayne City 1, P. M., Liberty 2, p. m., Nw Independence 2 p. m.. Riebfield 3, p. m., Sibley, 4, p. m., Camden 5, p. Wtl lington 6. r. m., Lxinirton, Sundav, at 7, a. m Berlin S, a. m., Dover 9, a. as., Waverly 10. M., Hill's Landing 11, a. m., Miami 1, P. at. Brunswick 2, p. ti., Glasgow4, p. m.. Boonville 6, p. m. Arriving in St. Louie, Monday, in time for the Louisville and Mississippi Packets and evening lines of travel in all directions. Thankful to the public for its generous favors heretofore, we would respectfully announce that the New Lucy has been thoroughly re paired and re-furnished, and we hepe by strict attention to all business entrusted to us, to merit an4 receive a liberal share of patronage. 47-td WM. CONLEY, Captain. SEASON OF 1856. St. Louis and St. Joseph Packet Line. Reg-ilar Saturday Packet for Boonville, Olan gow. Brunswick, Miami, Hill's LauOiu;:? Waverly, Dover, Berlin, Lexington, Welling ton, Camden, Sibley. Richfield, New Ind- Psndence, Liberty, Wayne City, Kansas, aikville, Leavenworth, Fort Leavenwertk. Weston, Kickapoo, latan, Atchison, Doni phan and St. Joseph. A TT - 1 The elegant, commodious .Jafe?! I and fast regular passenger packet, MARTHA JEWETT, D. H. Silver, Master, will leave St. Louis for the above and intermediate points, every alternate SATUR DAY, Kuricg the season, at 4 o'clock, p m, follows: Saturday, Marrh 8, 22; Saturday, Aug. 9, 23 ; " April5, 19: Sept. 6, 30; " May 3, 17, '31; '. " Oct. 4, If; Junel4,2Sf. Nov.l,li Returning, will lease St. Joseph everv alter nate FRIDAY, at 10 o'clock, a m, as fol!of: Friday, March, 14. 25; Friday, Aug. 1, 15. 20; " April 11,25; " Sept. 12,26; May 0th, 23d; " Oct. 4tb, l"th; " J una Gth, 20th; " Ncr.7th, 21st; July 4th and lfth. . Departing from St. Joseph, Friday at 10 o' clock, a rt; Doniphan at 12 in; Atchison at 2 p id: latan at 3 p m; Kickapoo at 4 p in; Wei ton, Saturday at 7 a in; Fort Leavenworth at 8 a m; Leavenworth at y a ni ; Parkville at 10 a 01; Kansas at 12 m; Wayne City at 1 p m; Lib erty at 2 p in; Hsvr Independence at 2 p m; Richfield at 3 p m; Sibley at 4 p ro; Caden si 5 pm; Wellington at six p rn; Lexington Sun day at 7 a ia; Berlin at 8 am; Dover at V a n ; Waverly at 10 a m; Hill's Landing at 11 a o; Mimi at 1 p m; Brunswick at 2 p m; Glasgow at 4 p m; Boonville at 6 p ui, arriving in Louis, Monday, in time for tii Louisville and Mississippi Packets, and evening lines of trav el in everv direction. The Mirth Jewett has been thorongMy re paired and refurnished throughout, ar J ever improvement made which safety, coiafort convenience could suggest Shippers may re ly npon the utmost dispatch in the delivery 01 freight, and passengers are assured that ro e ert;on on our part will be spared to render br worth- f that generous patronage, which her tofon h s been, and we hope may continue t be extcJed to her. ' . D.IL SILVER, Captain, f-sea W. McCREIGHT. Clerk. jon PIUXTLVG, .v OF every description, neatly and prompi-7 executed at this office, such as Cards, Cat alogues, Circulars, Handbills, Piograuur.fS, Pamphlets, Posters,. Shop-bills, Blanks, L marr nruiv tf Printing, execuie- at fchait notice, oa libvral terms.