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U Leaves Mondays at 12 m. Weekly mail to Plymouth Toledo and Cotton wood Falls, west; alsor to Bavard, Eldorado and Chelsea, south! .J j ( i .. I i ' Office open Sundays from 12 if. to 2 p. m.. -v ):?.:. .r Republican District Convention. There will be a Delegate Convention held at Burlingame, Shawnee county, on Wednesday, Spntember 21st, at 12 o'clock, to nominate a suita ble candiSatJof the Republican party, for Coun cilman, lor the .counties of Shawnee, Breckenridge' and Osage. -Delegates. to be chosen. in the usual manner and places in the different counties on Saturday, the 417th of Septemberi at 2 o'clock. The number of votes each county win be entitled to cast will be agreed 'icipon by the'; Delegates in Convention. "Republicans, see that your voters are out to attend, the primary meetings,! that our best men maybe Selected. .' Remember that ''in union there is strength;" also,' that "the price of liberty is eternal vigilance. .: : J. M. WINCHELL, Chm'n Central Committee Osage county. 1 ; . ; r v JOHU RITCHEY, Clim'n Central Committed Shawnee county. i j; H. WATSON, Chm'n Central Com! Breckenridge county. " . .. ' v. - i Breckenridge County Convention. To carry out the above call it is recommended that the Republican electors assemble,, in their several townships, on Saturday, the 17th inst., at their usual voting places and elect delegates to a County Convention to 'meet at Fremont, on Mon day, the 19th inst., at 2 o'clock P.; M., there to make choice of a suitable number of delegates to represent Breckenridge ; county in the Council District Convention to be holden' at Burlingame, on the 21st inst., and also to choose two Delegates to represent the county in the State nominating Convention to be holden At Topeka, on .the 12th day of Oetober next. ' ' J. H. WATSON", . .. - Chairman Central Committee. N. B. My attention has just been called to the subject of these meetings, and as there appears to be a necessity for immediate action, I have taken the responsibility of making the above call without-consulting my colleague?- I, would have pre ferred to do so if there had been an opportunity . Religions. There -will be a protracted meeting field by the United Brethren denomination at Chelsea, Butler bounty, Kansas, commencing on Friday, 'Septem lor ICth, at73 o'clock, P. M. All are invited to attend. . Georqk Pebjkins. ' H. L. Metcalf. Rail Road Notice. The. regular quarterly meeting of the Directors of Jefferson City and 'Neosho Valley RTt. "will be held at Moneka, on Wednesday, Sept; 7th', at - , Augustus Watties, Secretary. The delegation from Fremont township to the Republican meeting at Emporia last Monday, came into-town with a banner got ten up expressly foctbe ocasion, inscribed with "Fremont, Free 'Kansas, Parrott and the Constitution." . The weather .in this cuntry takes some "short turns' 'occasionally. After suffer ing with-the heat in 'the latter part of Au gust it looked a-little "runny to see men go ing about wrapped up in overcoats on Sun day and .Monday last For the last day or two It has' been warra and, windy. ; We regret to learn that Mr. Miles Mur ?hy, one of the gentlemen that went from this place to-the -mines last spring, " and ' a man esteemed by all who knew him; . died recently atTDenver City. He had: started home from Gregory Diggings, and got as far as 'Deffverrwben he was taken sick and died in a few days. 'Jt "will be seen in another column that the niimber of registered voters in, Empo ria township is 183. " Friends let us 'swell tbe number, to 200, and then let us every ne come out on the T 4th. of . October and Tote for the Free white man's Constitution ! framed at Wyandott in July last.. We can l as well as not if we' . will.'. "And then, t.let Emporia township 'rbll up" at least two hundred majority for Marc" Parrott in November. .w : ". - TJ. S. District" Court. , A term of the U. S. District Court for lne Third JudiciaLDistrict will babeld at Elmendaro, Madison "county , commencing nU Monday, the 12th inst. i.-rvQ rr;, A term of the'same Court will be hol- in this ;( Breckenridge) county, com mencing on Monday, the 19th. of Septem-f- Rush Elmore is Judge for the Third Judicial District. Correction. In an article last week un der the head of , "Some Statistics for Breck nridge County," we 6aid,.iThe whole Drnber of - acres' under 'cultivation in this cunty the present season is about twelve thousand ! ' ' This U divided amoDgst the UIerent crops as follows; . Corn, eight thou nd five hundred; wbeatj ten thousand," t. Wheat should have been two thousand ,r8tead of fen thousand. ' KJ We desire to cairthe attention of all inter ed to the Xact i that . "eBe.ee'ting of "the Breckenridge CountyjAgricultural Society will be held at EmpbrU, rnext'Saturday,tthe 1 7th inst. V We hope there raay he a fall turn but, that the good work; s? auspicious lywgunrnay progress in the proper man ner; for the accomplishment of i the . object aimed to be attained- Let those who feel an interest in the. promotion of Agriculture and the" consequent growth and develop ment of!t!bK)rources' County at? tend these monthly meetings of the Agri cultural Society . j , ;V. ; We Teacher1' -Institute ' talked 'of, to be held in this place sometime thi3 fall. It seems to us that sueh m , thing would re sult in much , go.pd' ibf .lyrteacihers, but to the community'at large. In the gen; era! desire to secure to ourselves i the com forts a n d p dn v? nie nee 8j of ife; Ci font new homes; our educational' interests : must not be overlooked . 1 ' We hare in this: and Vthe adjoining counties quite a number of schools, and" we are satisfied; that if 1 the teach ers or Uiese schools and, ther.fr,iead3 of . edu cation generally would spend a few.daysT to gether, exchanging vie W3 in regard' to the different modes of ;'i teaching,' ' li3tentng to lectures etc., no one would regret the - time spent. No doubt the' services of eminent educational men among them our Territq-" rial Superintendent of Common School ctild-be secured a3 lecturers, which would add much "to the interest sof 'Ihe occasion. But we leaTe:thi3 inktterto-'the Teachers of this and the adjoining ' counties.' They are the persons that should move' in' the matter, and we sincerely hope they will all go in for theQibldrag of-e Institatesay some time in October next: - We should '.be glad to publish anything' that tire lriefid1or.eJu catioh both ladies and gentlemen have to say on this subject. ,. .: .... : i school Meeting. " Pursuant to notice a number '.'of the citi zens of Ernp'oria and vicinity met at Tem plar's, Hall On (Friday afternoon las, to take action in regard to the securing of a teach er for theComirig winter, and to Viiscuss other matters, connected with the education al interests of . Emporif . . ; W.. Fick.was called to the Chairi ahdX" Stotler appoint ed Secretaryr S.. G., Brown. stated the ob ject of the meeting, when on motion a oom- mittee of -three consisting r of S. O. Brown, E. P. Bancroft,' and' J.M. Rankin,' were ap pointed to receive propositions fromVTeach ers and report to the meeting. ' After a short " absence propositions were reported from Mr.f O. A. 'Tripp, Mr. . Foster arid .Mr. Zackary. The .committee also recommend ed that a committee of three persons be ap pointed to examine the qualifications' of the different teachers, and recommend to a fu ture meeting some person who, to them, seemed most suitable for the important: post of an instructor of the youth of this vicinity . Report of the committee received- and adopted. -, v - .,.. On motion, S. G.Brown, E. P.Bancroft, and J. M. Rankin were appointed said com mittee. .On motion, adjourned ' until Thursday next, the 15th inst.', at 2 o'clock P. M., when the cominittee;wiIl report, and when, it is hoped, all will be present. H. W. FICK, President. J. Stotler, Secretary. ' ' , J Register your Names.. Elsewhere we publish' the registry of vo ters of "thisWwnsb'ip made in" pursuance of the registry rtavy,passed byr the last, Leg islature. . As ' the law provides that no pe r- son shall vote unless . his name shall -be enrolled in the registry of his "township, and as an election will be holden soon to Vote on ' the Wyandotte Constitution, it is important that every voter should see that his name is registered, and that . soon. D. A. Painter, the township clerk, will attend to the registering of persons ' whose names do not appear On the list aV published in our columns to-day ,J -at the store of A": G. Procter & , Co., on Thursday and 'Friday the 22d and 23d of this month. Let every votef attend to this matter, .j-, . V We learn that the Lawrence Vigilance Committee administered, thirty .lashes to a certain Wm.? j H. Mayherryy late- of this county, and then sent hkn on - his way re joicing, out ot the , (lerruory. t Ye also learn that the same Committe have in cus tody F. W. Mather, and Jesse rMay be rry. It will be recollected that a few weeks ago - Wm. 'H. Mayberry "was- tried befote " a Squatters Court ;0n a charge 'oCappropria- ting his neighbor's cattle and condemn ed to leave the Territory forthwith on pain of beinp; "strunsr up:" and that I the same sentence was pronounced against F. " Wl Mather, Jesse May berry and others-7-then absent if they were ever found within the limits of ' the settlement, it having been clearly proven that they had been guilty of all manner of .theft, and other outrages! . The Lawrence Committee will probably take proper care of Mather and. .Mayberry; but should they ever jet back to this, yicin-; ity they will mc4t,assnredly nieet with tHe punishment theyrsovrichly"merit.r: vS: A Republican club, will , be formed' at Fre mont on Monday , next, the , i 2th, inst,, at two o'clock P. .M oh which occasion P. B. Plumb will deliver an address. The Re publicans of Fremont , township are wide awake, and will give , a good account of themselves in October. ' - , We have nothing late from, the - rumored border troubles. , Agricultural Meeting: REGISTRY OF VOTERS Of. Tax Township of Emporia. Published in Pursuance f Law. : NAMES OFJTOTPRS." Armor Thoa Jy' tlones Daniel B. Alexander Wm D" ' Keys S K ; Bennet John - ' ' Lkvd Marion -i Bay Joseph " " Lealnerd W F V 1 Brown Solomon O C Logan James B S rsarber David a- - t?a Robert Burns James MeFadden A J Moon Joseph Bailey L D Brindle Frederick .BHttettt Chrles i BancWft E r . . Moon Emanw4 ' I MoontAsa . ' 1 Baker George Bancroft A Br r Borton Edward Morgan David - - Morris Robert Maurer C F rsundrem tx 2 Myers ML, Bevan P R: j j r ? Myers Emanuel Conner Hiram r , McElfresh John P Charnnesjs Mitaa --MilslR B - Clapp J H Morse O C Uash William -f ixewlm EUbu Carney William J Newlon J F rodeuLp rrru Ost-ora Orift 4 " . . Oliver John u-,-, CattersSn-tT'li crook an Cdx JSB Cooper G' B Oaknld. Charles F Pierce William A Davis Evan E i tTi-l -is vl Plumb David Dwiggias James r -Parker Nathaniel T DemingJI v r,- ? Plarab PB Dwyer Wm H ' ' Procter AG DamosS Thomas P' -'"' "rPaiater D A; - Demoss Nelson Evans Edward " 'arham Robert Evans William '' Page EH Evans David jPiokett John s Edwards Edward Price Thos ; Esiridge C. W " French Samuel Fancett John Frederick G W Fisher Michael Freeman Faatroy Fowler Levi' Fowler Harvey Fowler John Ferguson John Fick H W Ferguson W O Fraker J Oj. Fuller Joseph "3 Forbs Hugh Forbs Joseph Goodsf eed-. J M: GunkeJ Nfcn olas Goodwill William Gray H H Gray Samuel D Priest LO T i - -Roach William : vT Roves William J Jtinker Royal H . --. 'Ripker Washington ' Rankin EK i ft Rogers F Randolph J V Rickabaugh Joseph Randolph fi -.--.-,? r Rankin J M'a- -: Rich Daniel f Sliaw.Jamea l'r.iitJohn Smith Andrew H Sheneman Abraham Smith Orville Spencer William SUckney George Smith Of Smith H I ' n 'Smith J'P v y.-.-.t til..'! ' Eton er-Samuel' 5 ; Stubbs Edmund Storrs N S ir-O : SnttleH H Saint Daniel Stotler C H Glen , Robert .Y Gale Alexander Gunkel Henry Hills Chas S Hallberg P G -r : Helsel Samuel Hyatt Curtis Hyatt Engs - t i Hickox'A'A' ' Hadley Even Hufster Peter Haines William- , HydeT John"" " Hyde Charles Holmes'Yon R Hall Thos P Sen Hall Thos P Jr HalhEdward Hall Joseph Hall James Hall Samuel - 1 Hart O Y 1 ' Haskell J C Hadley Elihu P Hass,ler J C T Howe Richard Han ford F r . , . Hammond 'John " Hinshaw Andrew Stotler J -Slocunv C C ' Thompson Albert Tannahill William Tappey Madison Tiffany Henry Wheeler Jonathan Wilhite James -i - William David West-Henry . r WhifeThos' Weaver John Jr Weaver Michael Weaver" John Sr Wilhite Joshua Wilkinson Thos Way James O Wilson M S: H Wood John Windsor William 7 Watson J H ' " Windsor James Wilde James , ; - -Zackary Wm -Jsbel A Johnson Jaben Jones Even L THOMAS. P. HALL, Assessor. NOTICE is hereby given to all persons whose names do not appear in the above iegistry, that I, D. A. Painter, Clerk of Emporia Township. will attend, in pursuance of law, at the Store of A. li. Jfrocter & Uo., in Jmpona, on ihursday and Friday, September 22d and 23d, 1859, and register the names of such persons-as ; shall per sonally apply to be registered . D. A. PAINTER, Township Clerk. Emporia, September 10th, 1859. We clip from the Kansas City MetropoU ilan the following extract of a letter from J. W. Randall, dated , "Gregory Diggins, July 17th." " ! ' ' ' There Are hoth lead and!gulch diggings which pay-well." Tn' the gulch" claim now being worked : by, the Emporia Company, to which I belong, one man alone, yester day, took Out with a rocker; in half-a day, 615. Two specimens were obtained worth one dollar each. On the same gulch, a lit tle below, as high as 35 ounces have been taken out in a day by five men with a sluice; and,I am told the 6amo-company now 'aver- age about 2Q ounces per day. 1 have often visited the men, and have" liad. the opportu nity of testing the truth of these statements. There are in 'the Vicinity ' a" number of gulches nearly, if not quite, as rich as the one above mentioned. The lonly difficulty in the way of the successful working of all these gulches, is scarcity of. water. . 1 f . The writer says that lafge' companies are being-organized to construct ditches from the different branches of Clear Creek, which will supply most of the claims with water soon, when the yield' will be much larger. . A ' ' V - : Cure for Spanish Fever. . The Leavenworth Times gives the follow ing receipt which on the authority of one who has tried it. Jt says is a certain cure for that dreadful "disease among cattle, the "Spanish 'Fever.'' One ounce loes; 1 one ounce ' rheubarb. one quarter -bunce saltpetre,': dissolve, .in about one quart of hot' water. 1 When .-"cool drench the animal .with, the liquid. In about, half an , hour, after the ."drench is ad- ministerea, cut about halt a pound i 01 tne fattest bacon that can be procured into thin slices, and force the animal to swallow it. Bathing the bottoms of the hoofs in a strong decoction of tobacco ' during the operation i will be beneficial." - -'---' ; Bcsikkss on Hannibal & Sr. Joseph Railroad. The .number or passengers who go over th is road each day, indicate that it is becoming one of the great thor oughfares of the nation. .Day before yes terday evening, we were at the depot when the train left and there were four first class cars and one second class which were lilter- ally jammed with passengers. The hurqM ber could not be less than , three hundred. This state of' affairs indicates business and this indication can be seen every day. when the cars go out and come in. SL. Joseph Gazette, 22i. : , ' -- - - ' ' i'ii 'i ' Hon James Blood;- of Lawrence ; has been stopping in Emporia for a few days past. He expresses himself as being high ly pleased wiih the town and . surroundintf couutry.- j . ;. - - ' , Joseph Rickabiugh has commenced the erection of a Urge dwelling house - on 'Me chanic's street. . - 7. lM ?i J '-. The Rev. Theodore Parker writes from Montreatrx ? Swuzlrland,1 FrantnaT Jack son, Esq., of Boston, in thefoilQ wing latf- -"How like the Evil One" ffir Ameri can Government does act! The slave-trade with Africa carried on publicly, and with the connivance of the Federal authorities- no man l punished for. the,, mosiopnj. viola tion bf the lair, which Svas zneanfto prohib it that foulest of wronsrs: the Supreme Couriclifilng atheffiJst-pnhe1ft?i efall juv guirernment, ana ireaaing otaie mgais nd the Rights of Man under foot; Tndnap- pera in - Pennsylvania, : Ohio' "everywhere seizjng mneceot men, ,ana ; ijounning tnem off to Slavery r Circuit - Codrts puttino; no-' ble naen-in-jail, for-; the mostooramcmWts and that, , too, byi.the5verdict f .Northern juries; Governors, like ' Chase bf Ohio, al4 lowingjthe .kidnappers,, full swing in .their own -Northern States:, -Legislatures," like those of New-York, Massachusetts, aijd New-Hampshire, refusiar to-pass a Liberty Law which shall prevent the worst crimes against Huniani ty ; tbe ; Republican Cparty crouching down arid 'sneakinp ofr-from it3 most obVions duty and plainest interests what a sight it is ! . . I "America has1 no good influence in Eu ropean politics at present-; .Thoughtful men, friends of the human race, who. seek to ad vance the progress" of mankind, loot at our diplomatic officers abroad, - men like Dallas at London, Mason at Paris, Darnel at Tu rin, and J.Glancy Jones at Vienna, and ask, Via -that the, fruit of the . American tree'? For answer, they look at the tree itself a Democracy that bears four million slaves, and scatters the seeds of bondage into every ; Territory aijd every State ?-- lhey look at the American Church, ana find ho leading sect thatj dares onbose the most monstrous evil in the" world ! What can an enlightened man-hope from a people who tolerate such things ? If he is a stran- t,:- t . '.i.i5 '-vr and I are Americans Democrats. , too, in the deepest depthis 1 of our" nature and we may see through all this wjekedness, and foretell a virtuous manhood tpr r this youth prematurely debauched.' who now disgraces the Continent; buCa European philosopher; or statesman cannot -judge txs in thatway- So at this day, I think, our example only aids the tyrant. -:. Of course men '.like Ca leb Uusbing and his gang of atheistic hyp ocrites rejoice in alf this, as preparing for the ruin of the democratic institutions which they bate." Hessiak Flt How to Trap Him. A writer in the Valley Fqriner says he has found the following practice' to succeed well: About the middle of 3 August sow a strip of wheat adjoining where you. intend to put'your crop say one or two acre3. About the middle of September sow your field. ; When: that has come iip and shows cleverly, plow under, the first sown;' turn it under well. Your-fly is headed and your crop is safe.:5 Will you try ,it? ' If you will, you will ' want to find out the writer. .. Sidney Smith says the Anglo-Saxon race was made for two purposes- to manufacture calico and steal land. DIED, . On Thursday morning, September 9th, in Empo ria, Maet E., daughter of Richard and Sarah Howe, aged one year and six months. ' ' ' , jj; On Sunday, September 4th, at the residence of her uncle, J. Hamill, Kittt Jane, infant daughter Samuel Hamill, aged six months. 7 . "Suffer little children to como unto me and for bid them not, for of such is the kingdom of Heaven." -. . : - - - ' -Prices Curreritl .. .Emp.o ria ,Maikt.r. CORRECTED WEEKLY. Flour Extra-Superfine, $4 00 per cwt. Beans $2,75 " Potatoes 50 - " - - - . Apples Dried, $3 00 per busheL -(t ' Peaches Dried, $1 00 per bushel. Crackers 1520 cts per fi. Butter 15 . . - - - Eggs 10 " " " Cheese 20 " " " . Scgar Brown, 12 cts per ft. White, 16 " " "' - Rice 810 . " - Teas 50$1 " " " Coffee 16 " " " . Codfish 15- C Vl " ' . ' White Fish 15 " " ' Mackerel No. 1, 15 " " " Molasses per gallon, 75 cts. Strcp 85 i ' : -; x i ''Burning Fluid 1 00 per gallon. On Linseed, I 40 j ' . '. ;' ' VlNEBAR . 30 ..." , - " Beef--SQIO cts. per lb. Tallow 11 " . . . - , Lard 15 ' ' " Bacon 14 . Pickxed Pork 14 Tobacco 30ig75 ...... Salt per sack of 200- lbs, $4 50 t ' Dairy, 30 40 cts per sack. Candles Tallow, 20 cts. per lb. i -Sperm,,30j" - - - - Soap 1012U cts. .,.. ;' - ' Nails 6U7 -Powder Blasting, 40c. ' I r f Rifle 50' ' l White Lead per keg,' 25 Jbs,3 00-; ' Lumber $25 00$30 00. Shingles $44 50 per thousand. -Log Chain 12 cts. er ft. ' ' ' I Domestics 12) ' 'f. ' Glass 8x10 per 50 feet, $4 00 ' 10x12 " . "J 4 50. . 10x14 " " 4 75. j , ; Boot and Shoo Prices Current or - .. . J. W. B0YER & CO.', Kansas City. Ho. Men's Kip TJ. B. t L- B. broans, - - , , perdoten, '- - $12,00 to $14,00 . tV ,Kip TJ- Welt A P. S. Boots ; r- ' 'w per dozen, - 25J0O to 36,00 ' " Kip TJ. B. double sole " 1 34.00 to 42,00 " ; L4B. prime " 28,00 to 33,00 " " Heavy calf " 33,00 to 36,00 , . Frenoh 'C(re . " 30 to 42,00 : 'C Congress Gsitera A Oxford ties 18,00 to 24,00 Women's kip & calf lace boots, 10JOO to 14,00 Imitation Goat " , , v , 9Ji0 to 13,00 A heavy stock, of everything in . the Boot and Shoe line at correspondingly low prices, n69 ly. BRICK ! BRICK ! r f W E have now on hand and, for ."sale .- ; ' .' -'"..', -'.. 160.000 Superior Uiality Brick, - at ur yard, on the Cottonwood , mile south of Emporia, which we offer at. a. fair-prie for -cash ! Those - wanting to purchase will do well to call soon, as this will be the "last of the season.'? 7 J . ; TOTTEN fc GREEN..S -Emporia, Aug, 27, 1859.-tf h. w.. chick. . .'. i - - - - ' P"- aows. v , W.-H. -CHICK' :&T C0."ifT'f.y f ' Successors to Walker jCbiclc, rorwrding and Comcussioa Herchjuts, ; West LsTee, n69-ly Kansas City 31 o. House, Sim-& Carriage Painters : cGllE ANtVPAFEtt-HANBEBS. D Shop two doorarBorth of Hie News 5ee. TxaarroBT or Kamas'. ? -r5'.f;;j Breckenridge county.J Henry Parker, and Sarah. Parker, y In the Diitrtct Court in-mitd for the Cbaazy aforetaid. HENRY PARKEK A SARAH.PARKER will take notice that Thomas McLain of the coun ty pf Hstt in the State of Missouri, did , on the Sth day of September, A. Dl 1859; file hispeti fion in the District Court within and for the coun ty of Breckenridge, aforesaid, in the Territory aJ6fSAid, agaSnll the said Henry and Sarah Par ker, setting forth that the said defendants wer in debted to the said plaintiff in the sum of six hun ared and twenty five dollars,' that the said defen dants gave a deed of trust to the Said plaintiff on the West 4 of the Southeast fourth (&) and the east ) of the, . northwest fourth ' (p of Section No. eleren (ll.ihToynEhip No. 12, Range, No. eight 8) containing'.160 acres more or less,to se cure the payment of six hundred and twenty-five dollars, according to a certain note referred to in said deed of trust, and praying that the said Hen ry and Sarah Parker. may,jay said sum with in terest now claimed to be due, or that the said premises may be-sold to pay the same," and ths said Henry and Sarah Parker are notified that they are required to appear and answer said pe tition on the Seventeenth day of October next, A. D. 1859, -' - : . . THOMAS McLAlN. r, :. y -? By AnTBra I. Bakes, his Attorney,. . Datod September 5th, A. D. 1859. septl0-6w. - ;. 'TV t i Attachment Notice. J TEaaiToaT-Or Kaxsas, Breckenridge County, ss; Hannibal Ellsworth, Plaintiff,) ; In attachment vs. ..- V before Leieh Me- James H. Holmes, Defendant.) Clung, J. P. THE said James H: Holmes is hereby notified that an order of attachment was issued in the above entitled action, on the 14th day of May, A.D. 1859, for the sum of $67.00 with interest, on the same from the 8th - day of August 1858,- and the said action having been adjourned will come on for final hearing on Saturday, the 15th day of October, -1,859, at 1 o'clock, at the' office of said Justice in the town of Emporia. sep!0w3 H. ELLSWORTH, Plfff. . Iiawrence Nursery, Situated two miles west of Lawrence, on the Cal ' 1 -- iforhia Road, between Lawrence and Lecompton. ; THE .PROPRIETOR ; WOULD . C, ALL THE attention of all those intending'to purchase TREES, PLANTS, ETC., to his stock of Fruit Trees, Shrubs, Roses, Grape Vines, Currants, Gooseberries, Raspberries, Black berries, and other hardy plants of various kinds, all of" which have been raised on Kansas soil, hence will bear transplanting much- better than those raised out of the Territory. No pains nor expense have been spared in ob taining 6uch varieties of Summer, Fall and Win ter Fruit, as have proved to do well in the West The trees are all grafted from old bearing orchards, and are unsurpassed for size, vigor, health, and beauty, and as such they are offered to the public at better rates than any other Nnrserv- ' ' ' "- G. B. BRACKETT, Proprietor. Address, G. C. Brackxtt, Agent aug27-6m . Lawrence, Kansas. , The Hannibal & St. J oseph ' ( H'a'LLO .A. ) ! Freight Arrangements. To Merchants snd Shippers : FREIGHT, taken to the following places at the lowest rates, and with dispatch; also saving charges of Commission, Drayage, Storage, and at least one per cent. Insurance : -' . -1 St. Louis, Mo., Indianapolis, Ind., . Chicago, 111., " Lafayette; ' " . : Detroit, Mich., -. New Albany,- ' r . Toledo, Ohio, Jefferson ville, -' .BuftatoN.-Y.,' Madison, Dunkirk, ' ' ' Lawrenceburg, " ' Toronto, C. W., Cincinnati, Ohio, ; Montreal, C. E., ": Dayton, Ohio, ; ' ' ; Albany, N. Y., " Troy, N. Y., Boston, Mass., , Portland, Me., .Hartford, Conn., - Worcester, Mass.; Providence, R. I.', Cleveland, Ohio, Pittsburgh, Pa., 7 Baltimore, Md. , For further particulars, inquire of ' . ; E.-W. PEIRCE, Agt H. & St. Joe R. R., Kansas City, Mo. aug27-tf ' : Public Notice. NOTICE is hereby given,' that Bounty Land Warrant No. 25,272 dated October the 18th, A.' D. 1855. issued to Reuben Loveland for One Hundred and Twenty acres, and transferred by said Lioveiana to raniei a., novey, was on tne 2nd day of February 1859, destroyed by fire at the bnrnin? of mv dwelline - and household goods. I have therefore made application to the Commissioner of Pensions for a Duplicate of such Warrant. - . DANIEL H. HOVEY. july 20th, 1869-w6. . LAHD WAEEANTS! : FOB CASH AND ON TIME! ; T HAVE JUST RECEIVED a number of Land X Warrants, which I will sell, to actual settlers ox Time, or for Cash. Call soon, and secure your lanu. as 11 is rumorea me omce win ciobs on tne 10th Sept. next, for tins district' '"! . - , C. V. ESKRIDGE. Emporia", K. T., July 2d, 1859. . LUMBER FOR SALE BY aug27-tf : " r C. V. ESKRIDGE. Wanted Immediately! 7 AAA FEET OF LUMBER. , .-. ,UUU 12.000 Shingles. , Ulj : f '., jV 12o Bushels of Lime, -.'., 50 Loads of Sand, " ' ' "'. - - . -.. 35 Cords of Stone hauled, , . w : t ... 3 .. jj'i; 400 Feet of Stone laid, . . , In exchange for good lots in Emporia at the low est possible prices. ' ' I. E. PERLEY. . Emporia July 7th 1859.-tf ; q -x'l i.' -- Breeketfride - Coanty District 1 Court, J 2d .r t Judicial. District, ai-.,T4 -tt Samuel McCall, e. Henry Parter. Ki 4 HENRY PARKER,- reoentiy m resident of Chase county, Kansas Territory, but new de parted from the county of his residence, will take notice that Samuel Mc Call, of the county of Chase, and .Territory of Kansas, did, on the I Sth day of July. A. D. 1859, file his petition in the 2d U. S. District Court within and for the county of Breek enridge, in the Territory of Kansas, against the said Henry. Parker, setting forth that the said Henry Parker cave his mortgage to John Winters on the west half of the north-east quarter and the east half of the north-west quarter of Seetion' No. eleven (li) x own snip no. twenty tSJO) Range eight (8), in Kansas Territory, county of Chose, wtuea is atiacnea h. tne eounty 01 creekenridge for Judicial purposes, to secure the payment of his certain prcmiisory note cf the same date tor the sum of eighty dollars at two per cent, -per month, and that since the giving of said mortgage and w me ssa jooa, winters assigned, enaorsea, and delivered the said mortgage and note to the said Samuel JlcCall. Plaintiff, and which peti tion prays that the said' Henry, Parked may pay said sym now claimed to" bo-doe, with interest at the rata above mentioned, or that eaid-j&emises j v eota to pay tne same, ana me axurj Parker is notified thati he is required to appear and answer said petition; an or before the, third. Saturday after the 24th day of September aext,: being the I5th of Oetoberi ' - 1 5 1 By J. M. Raxkiy, his Attorney. Dated Augnsi &h, A. D. 1659. augl3w6 -.(. B l it;. 'i , STOVES AinnnwABE, ... ;:vvt - R?ooBRiafi;. One Door South of the Emporia Hon to , Would Kspectfully inform the citizens , Emporia; and the Neosho Valley That he has on hand, and is constantly receiving A LARGE ST O CK ' ' Of th abov named goods, .which will be sold very low for . - . . , . ... ;readY;Iayi ' and on no' other terms 1: Emporia; May 7th; 1859.-tf ' . "DTJRNING FLUID, at may7 PERLEY'S, "VT" AILS, at very low prices, at w - .A PERLEY'S. PAPER AND ENVELOPES A w -mnt,att may7J 'PERL d assort LEY'S! PERFUMERY and Hair oil, at - V may7 .PERLEY'S. BALM OF A THOUSAND FLOWERS, Tooth Powder,. Lyon's Kathairon, Bay Rata, lily White, Marrow Pomade, Ac., Ac Ac. at may 7 PERLEY'S. LEMONS, NUTS, and CANDIES, at may7 . PERLEY'S. CIGARS, AND TOBACCO, at ' J .. may7 -;-:. : PERLETS. GORN STARCH, for Puddings, a very nioe article, at may7 ; PERLEY'S. P? i you .want Great Bar GAINS.callat ' , may7 PERLEY'S.' CASH STORE. - - - CASH STOKE. H. S. & TZ. FILLMORE, ,' , jWhplcsale and Retail Dealers in Staple and Fancy DRY GrO ODS! ',, No. 22 Massachusetts street, : LAWRENCE, - - - . KANSAS. H. S. FUXJtOBK. CASH, STORE! - -1 nixMoax. CASH STORE! S. A L. FILLMORE, successors to FORD A FILLMORE. N EW Goods, just arrived. ; li. a. t JL. llilUlti:, Lawrence. "JEW Goods, Just arrived from New York. H. S. A L. FILLMORE, Lawrence. LESALE Dry Goods House. ,. ; H. S, A L. FILLMORE, Lawrence.; FORWARDING and Commission-business at tended to. - FORD A FILLMORE. H S. A L. FILLMORE, Lawrence. . A large stock of all kinds of Dry Goods. . S. A L. FILLMORE, Lawrence. ; H Selected with great care for this market - SELECTED with great care fur this market, t " - Dry Goods. S' fine stock of Dry Goods. s ELECTED with' great care for this market. iJry Ooods. SELECTED with great care for this market, ..-'? TT , f v Ladies Boots and. Shoes. SELECTED with great care for this market, , . ; Ladies Gaiter Boots and Shoes. SELECTED with great care for this market, I Ladies Gaiter Boots and Shoes." Lawrence, August 20th, 1859., tf ;' IMPORTANT TO PRE-EMPTORS! LAND WRA3TTS FrLLY GUARANTEED, WITHOUT ' TIe gard to time, for sale at from $8.00 to $10,00 advanee on New-York priees (which we receive daily); PROOF PAPERS free of eharpi . 0. A.,WHTXTEM0BE & CO., 4 V" -it e ait tb' s t a t e -avn "d" ' " 1 " LandroWarFant Brokers, LXaVXNWOBTH CI TV JLSO LXCOMPTO. . , , , ; .. .... ', . . . ' Will sell to Pre-emptors , , I, A N D W; A R Tt A N T Q I Guaranteed perfect, at bom ctvht to ten dollars ad-, vanee on the latest New-York quotations. 'Proof" papers, legal advice and any necessary assistance at the Land Office, free of .charge. , , , r We will always sell at Lawrence prices aasL loan Warrant on time, at lowest rates. . 37 A liberal discount to the Trade or those pur-, ehosing quantities. : -t v.n . - - 'i; 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 eharge. t, -y y f ? mal4m3- 1 "E'llM THE undersigned wonld infirm hi friend and the public that havinf fitted up his new of fice in the Maaonio JIaU BsOding, he wiU here after be prepared to attend to all buoineei ia, tha line of his profession with 'promptness and dis patch. , ; , -r ... v ,X. Vt. BAILEY- - Emporiaj Mareh 12, 1859. ,":u' -.rrp To Eiilroad Coatractora! TOO NpnTsnaneeTrf toe order of the Executive Boards sealed proposals ore invited' for-'the grading and rnasonr of eleven and one half miles of the Jefferson Sty and Neosho Taller Railroad, beginning at tfc State line of Missouri, and running west. -Any,- informatioa that may be desired la relation HmesAoi can be obtained oo application to the Secttryv at ionek, till the 5th day of October. 1123-. awhieh time the eon- tract wiU be lt m rARN Y Prest. ' p "Xbts I Lots ! Lctst FINE BUILDING LOTS in varpiof Em poria, for sale aheap for eash. Msreh 12.1859. L. D. BAILEY. 13