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Saturday, : :::::: September 10, 1859.
; Up the Hill a Berrying. On a sunny Summer morning, Early as the devu dry. Up the hilH went a berrying-- ? XTeed I tell too tell you why 7 Fanner Davie nad a daughter. And it happened that I knew. On each sonny morning, Jenny . 1JP til berrvin U 'i . Lonely work is picking berries, So I joined her on the bill ; "Jenny, dear," said I, your basket's Quite too large for one to fill.", So we staid we two to fill it Jenny talking I was still Leading where the hill was steepest, ,.v . Picking berries up the hill. , - ' -.- " : r V--1 ., ", "This is up-hill work," said Jenny; "So is life," said I "shall we Climb it, each alone; or, Jenny, C3 ili n 111 yoa com ana cumo .wim me I Redder than the blushing berries, Jenney's, cheeks a moment grew. While, without delay, she answered: ; "I will come and climb with you." Sea Bathing a Cure for Love. YouDg men youths of America ardent 8trangers--take warning, and before you marry, propose a trip to Newport, and get the' beloved object of your affection to in dulge in sea bathing, and you dive down and see her do it and oh! if you like - her as well after that trial, be assured yours is beyond silks and crinolines a love likely to last, and that you may go in safely, and win; but if, as in my case, you were taken by the elegant L sylph ' lite - figure of Mrs. Stunner the abundant form, and the logi- ' cal inference from the known to the un known, and had lain awake bemoaning that she belonged to another, and calculating on the probability of Mr. S. being carried off Dy a nt, anayourseii proposing io,ine wid ow; if, I say, your enchantment arose from the outward, visible beauty, threading the ' maze of the dance, or giving an ; indescrib able undulation in the promenade why then don't go and see Mrs. Stunner bathe, or you will never belive that that figure, half man and half woman, with snipe like extremities, and with all absence of : round ness, can be the bank wherein you last night deposited your heart's affections. That Mrs. Stunner! How you laugh in your sleeve, the next time you meet Mr. b., and ; cow you enjoy the next victim you see " -'melting: beneath those flashing eyes. ; Your mortified vanity is quite appeased, and you are reconciled to your bachelor late. "; Thb Ultimatum of Intemperance. No man and no woman is safe, who has once formed the fatal habit of looking to drink for solace, or cheerfulness, or comfort.- While the world goes well they will likely - be temperate; but the habit is built; the - railroad to destruction cut ready for use, the rails are laid down, the station houses erected, and the train is on the line waiting .'only for the locomotive; it , come3 to us, it grapples us, and away we go in a moment, down the line we have been years construe ting, lik a flash of lightning,- to the deuce. Charles Jieade. . A man remarked, the other day, that on his wedding day, he had an idea that mar ried life would be all sunshine; but it prov- ea aii moonsnine. HARDWARE! Chamberlin & Carpenter, Levee, 2 Doors East of Main Street, KANSAS CITY, MO., Hare in Store, a large and well selected stock of Hardware, Iron, Nails, STEEL, GLASS, SASH, CORDAGE, SAWS, SAW-MILL FIXTURES, Blacksmith's and Carpenter's Tools, and Farm ing Implements, Ac., fcc, which tbey will sell at the lowest CASH prices. - may2tf-i HAMMERSLOUGH BROTHERS, - f Wholesale Dealers in and Manufacturers of READY-MADE CLOTHING! Gent's Furnishing Goods, BOOTS AND SHOES, Hats and Caps, Etc., Etc., TO WHICH WE INVITE THE ATTEN tion of Merchants throughout the Territory, being confident that we can holdout induce ments to make it to your interest to give us your custom. Our fall stock will be ready for inspec tion hy the First of September. .Pr Store is on Third Street, Opposite t , the Post Office. : ' HAMMERSLOUGH BROS. aug20tf Kansas City, Mo. T. XAAISOX, , s. jr. wnxsox. . . r. ESTEE. WE S T E RN Foundry & Machine Shop. HAISON, WILLS02I & CO., Choctaw, near 2d St, Leavenworth City- Kansas, MANXJFACTras AS J) &XPAIK AU kinds o Steam Engines, SUGAR, SAW AND GRIST MILLS, Eheet Iron and Copper Work. CT Orders respectfully solicited. aug20yl JOHN F. RICHARDS, In Brick Building, corner Delaware & Third sts-, LEAVENWORTH CITY. KANSAS, OULU IS H AKDW A R E , IRON, . STEEL, FLOWS, - Bubber Eelting" and Ilill Sawsv F EN CI N G WI RE , , . . . ALWAYS OS BASH.. - j , . A rent for Threshing and Reaping Ma chines. . nPSyl COMMERCIAIi HOUSE ! .'lfEWCOM fc LAIIR, Proprietor, . Corner of Main and Fourth Sts., . KANSAS CITY, f- . . . . - . MO. E7 Good Stabling attached to the House. ' rpO borrowCRAIG,S COMMERCE OP JL THE PRAIRIES Any person having a copy of this work will confer a favor by bringing it to Tn Saws om THE - GBEAT KUSH! Latest feoEOike'oPeak 1 TJSPBECEDESTED DIECOVEBIXS I F FORMATION has just been reeeiTed that five thousand Indians hare collected them selves together in the vicinity of Pike's Peak with a view of driving out the whites already there, and preventing ; further immigration. But this information is by no means reliable. -'.However, it is a lact that . HORNSBY & PICEi Have josfc received, at the 7 coiii?ranR STORE,55 In Emporia, the largest and best selected stock of RING AND SlBIEil GOODS ! Ever brought into Central or Southern Kansas, to which large additions will be made from time to time. - ' r- . ? : :- Pike's Peak Emigrants Will find it greatly to their interest to procure their outfits at eur establishment, instead of going to the river towns for them. Our stock consists in part of "... ? . j DRY GOOD 8. ; Lawns, Silks, Ginghams, .Calicoes, Cassinets, Tweeds, Cottonades, Cassimeres, tc. - . . . - . READY-MADE CLOTHING, Boots, Pants, Vests, : Drawers -Colico, Hickory, Check, White, Cotton, "Woolen, Over and Under Shirts, bc. Six. ; - HATS AND CAPS. Senate, Cable,; Leghorn, Panama, tc. B OOTS AND SHOES. Men's, Women's and Children's, fine and coarse. GROCERIES. Coffee, Sugar brown, white, crushed and loaf- leas, Molasses, iulour, fcc. . HARDWARE AND CUTLERY. Shovels, Spades, Picks, Saws. Hoes. Axes. Car penter Tools, Butcher, Butter, Case and Pocket Unives. , .. . GLASS AND QUEENSWARE, A good assortment. - . DRUGS AND MEDICINES, SADDLERT, Doors, Window Sash, Glass, Putty, and, in fact. it is coo tedious to undartaKe, even, to enumerate articles. The old and the vouner the afflicted and sick will find at the store of HORNSBYS k FICK whatever is needed, no matter what. 1 ou can hardly name what they haven't got. The poetry lies in the truth of the statement. Call and examine for yourselves. : We would respectfully van uie ufcteuuon 01 lae X. .A. X I E S1 To our stock of ... Fancy Goods. It will certainlv net be our fanH. if in ht fnfnm they complain that they've "nothing to wear." Ana, in general, we nave, ana will Keep constant ly on hand, - Shawls and shoe-brushes, log-chains and traces. Pins and Dick-axes, linen and Iaaab Window-sash, side-saddles, shingles and nails, Bar-soan and wh alp-hnnoa Knf n ank.iA.. Claw-hammers and hoops, as well as the skirts', iuaivues, moiasses ana unmarried clerks; And more than this, the young ladies to suit, , A clerk with the goods we'll throw in to boot! N. B. Butter, Eggs, green and dry Hides taken iu exciimige iorgooas. FICK. Emporia, April 2, 1859. - 87 CENTRAL KANSAS AND AND COLLECTION AGENCY. The Oldest Agency in the Neosho Valley! OFFICE AT THE EMPORIA HOUSE. WITH THE COMMENCEMENT OP THE New Year I wish to return my hearty thanks for the liberal support and encouragement that has been extended to me in my business for the past iwu years, x nis omce was opened Here about two years ago, not with the expectation of realizing a fortune, but with the hope of contributing some thing towards the settlement and improvement of mis oeauuiui vauey, Dy means of direct personal effort, and by furnishing information to those at the East who were seeking homes and occupation at the West. I have endeavored to keep steadily in view the Future of this town and country, and dv means ot considerable labor and expense, re gardless of present profit, my business is now es tablished upon a firm and reliable basis; and I can offer to all who entrust their business to mv care, an intimate knowledge of the country, its in habitants, and tneir circumstances, derived from extensive travel, and constant intercourse with settlers, upon and since their arrival. I claim to be thoroughly conversant with the wants and ca pabilities of this country, and shall never advise correspondents or emigrants aught they cannot realize. My facilities for the transaction of busi ness are unequalled by any office in the Neosho Valley. I shall attend all the Government Land Sales, and can safeiy say to capitalists and others who desire to invest in western land that 1 know I can buy better land for less monev, than you could yourselves if present. Emigrants in search of elaims or eligible situations for business, can always save time and money by calling at this office. Ltate plats showing all unoceunied land, always on hand. . Deeds. Bonds, Mortgages, lenses, uo-partnersnips, ana an otner legal docu ments prepared with . care, and recorded when desired. " IP r oof JP apers, Declarations, and Affidavits, made and guaran teed perfect. In fact, everything connected with the right of Pre-emption attended to with prompt ness ana naeuty. jna warrants ana Money loaned on commission or joint account, and good bargains guaranteed in all eases. Those having Land, 1 own property or claims to sell can usual ly find a ready sale throagh this offiee. as I adver tise largely, both in Territorial and Eastern pa pers. Those wishing to buy can always find a variety to choose from and good bargains. I will pay taxes for non-residents, and collect debt in all the Neosho river counties. - I intend, the ensuing spring, or as soon as the demand will warrant, to commence a series of MONTHLY A UCTIOX SALES Of Real Estate in Town and Country! I now offer for uU tiiet fnllnwinir nimwitr tk prices in all cases law, to suit He tunes t '. 50 jjots in Emporia, for cash or on time war ranty deeds given. . iu stnares in junporta. ble for an office or shop, and residence; or for a OIAJITJ. --.' ....... One TToum anil Tvt nrnr .faTvVri. c .nj oixin Avenue. 160 acres Land miles from town. 60 acres u a improved land one mile from town. One share in Toledo. Eleven Lots and House in Toledo. Two splendid elaims near Toldo. Wl acres land one mile from Emporia. A fine unproved farm of 170 acres, with good buildings, ten acre, timber three miles from town. IGO acrea beauUful land oa the Verdigris, 40 acrea timber, good water fcc, will be acid veru law, if sold soon. ' Claims, Claims, Claims of aU kinds, and in all directions from town. Correspondence solicited. Letters of inquiry (inclosing stamp): promptly answered. ' . Address : E- P. BANCROFT, i January 8th 1859. . . Emporia Kansas. v ; For Sale! ACRES OF LAND near the Cotton. 240 - wood, for sale cheap. L. D. BAILEY. Emporia, ilareh 19, 1859. WHOLESALE WQODW ATt D & PINEY, la Babcock & Ly kins' Brick Building, Are receiving from St. Louis an 4 the'. Eastern Cities their immense . . j . . ( . . Spidng Stools: of, DRUGS and MEDICINES, Selected by one of tne firm just returned from the East. . We have the ;. '. ..: LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE DRUG . ESTABLISHMENT . WEST OF ST. LOUIS ! We villi Duplicate Leavenworth or Kansas ' City Bills with Drugs and Medicines, of the best quality , (guarantied). At same Prices, or lower! . DE A LEES, PHYSICIANS, AND THE PUBLIC GENERALLY are requested to call or send in their orders which will receiva prompt attention-.- . -V WOODWARD & FINLEY. Lawrence, Kansas, June 4th 1859. ly HU&BELV WHEATLEY & C0.t : -i v . Wholesale Dealers in " Gr R O CERI E S, , ; PBOVISIONS, WliSTES, LIQUOKS, TOBACCO AND CICARS, Campbell's Four Story Building; WEST IEVEE, KANSAS CITY, MO. HUDBELL, WHEATLEY & CO., Have in store the largest and besf assortment of Staple and Fancy Groceries, On the Missouri River, which they offer at EAS TERN PRICES, with cost of transportation added - . : c. . . - Hubbell, Wheatley St Co., Purchase their goods direct from FIRST HANDS, and are offering them at lower prices than any other house on the Missouri River. Hubbell, Wheatley & Co., 1 Offer inducements to EMIGRANTS, that no oth er House in the West can offer. HUBBELL, WHEATLEY & CO., DEFY COMPETITION ! Their stock is large kuu uiey arts ueierminea w sell. We have in store large quantities of every ar tide usually kept in a Wholesale Grocery r.uvv.i J ABUtUJiaUUjrU b. Merchants of Kansas City, South-west Missou ri and Kansas Territory, will do well to examine our stock Deiore purchasing or ordering from St. .Louis. We will at least convince them that no house on the Missouri river can undersell us. Re member that HUBBELL, WHEATLEY fc CO ueu an . .eastern prices, ana only add cost of trans perrauon. Hides and Corn Wanted! FOR which the highest market price in gold will be paid. HUBBELL, WHEATLEY fc CO Kansas City, April 23, 1859. ly GREAT WESTERN SADDLERY HARDWARE BOUSE. rYT DONALD & KLINE, Manufacturers and Dealers in all kinds of Saddlery and Harness, And Wholesale Dealers in Saddlery Hardware, and Trimmings, MAIX STREET, NEAR LEVEE, KANSAS CITT, MO. no69 ly , UNION HOTEL, MAIN STREET, KANSAS CITY, MO THOMPSON McDAKIEL, Proprietor, JAJIES I,. GRAY, Superintendent. O This House is centrally located, has a live ry and sale stable connected with it. Four lines or eta fes leave this House daily for different points 3 6 m apr! D. M. BOLAND & CO., Importers and Wholesale and Retail Dealers in CHINA, GLASS & QUEENSWARE, Britania ware, Tea Trays, Tabic Cutlery, Window Glass and looking Glasses' WATER COLORS, &C., &C, . THIRD STREET, KANSAS CITY. MO. apr33-tf C. D. FOCLESONC, . PEAZ.EK IJf DRY GOODS, HARDWARE, CLOT HI N G, Boots, Shoe3, Groceries, Hats, Caps, &c., aprJmB WESTPORT, MO. THE CORNER STORE! M - DIVE LEY, Wholesale and Retail Deoler in Groceries and Provisions, S. E. corner of Main and Third sts., apr23m6 KANSAS CITY. MO - DR. J. O. BOCCS, Pioneer Drue and Book StnTA MAIN STREET, WESTPORT, MO. IS now in receipt of a full Spring supply Fresh and Genuine. . DRUGS & MEDICINES, Chemicals, Perfuaaery, Faney articles, Patent Med icines, faints. Oils, Window Glass and Putty, and almost every article usuallv ken in rT Store. His stock of Books embraces a lanre va riety of Miscellaneous Works, School Books, Blank Books, Envelopes, Cap, Letter and Note' paper, fec. ... Confident that he ean and will sell at a Inw prices as any house west of St. Louis, he solicits a call from Physicians and dealers. apr33m3 Paper Hangings, Borders, &c. COMPLETE assortment of all kinds House Papers, Borders, etc. Prices to suit th tlmM and styles to please the most fastidious. vJ. WILMARTH, Oeta Lawrence, Eansaa. SPOUTING, GUTTERING, and all kinds of Tin. Sheet Iron and CoDoer work Ann short notice, by an experienced workman, at y rRLEYS. lyases AND MED 3DO M S ! PRENTISS & GRISWOLD Are now receiving their r " SiRIlSTGr STOCK -''r i: OF . ' ' Drugs and Medicines FROM NEW YORK, PHILADELPHIA. PITTSBURGH AND ST. LOUIS, All of which will be sold as low as the lowest at the Lawrence Wholesale Drug House, IN THE ELDRIDGE BLOCK, OXB DOOR SOUTH QT THB MAIN EKTKAHCS, LAWRENCE KANSAS. N. B- The publie in general, are invited to "CIV E U S AC A Ll! and we will warrant to suit, 'both in prices and quality. PRENTISS 4 GRISWOLD. Lawrence, April 30th, 1859. , ,. . Largest Completes!, ; Cheapest! JOHN P. WHEELER & CO., Jobbers and Outfitters in GROCEEIES Provisions, . Liquors, Queensware, India Bubber Goods, ; Clothing, Drugs, D H Y O O O X) S Blankets, Boots and Shoes, Hats, Tobacco, Guns and Pistols, Saddlery, HARDWARE, &C. Adapted to the Western Missouri, Kansas. the Great Plains and New-Mexican Trade. Also Buyers of niDES, PELTS, WOL& TALLOW WEST LEVEE, KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI. JOHN P. WHEELER & CO., A RE now opening a stock of goods of the above J. kinds, which for EXTENT A ND VARIETY HAS - Never Been Equalled "Vest of St. Louis. All our Goods nw e been PURCHASED OF FIRST HANDS, And we can make it to the Interest of ? Merchants in the Interior To purchase of us instead of going farther East. ALL WE ASK IS A TRIAL. April 9, 1859.-Iy 87 PICKLED PORK AND WHITE FISH For sale cheap by : HORNBYS at FICK. JAS. G. SANDS, "Great "Western5' SADDLE AND HARNESS EMPORIUM, LAWRENCE. KANSAS. Wholesale and RetaiL Conveyancing. tweeds ana au kinds of Legal Writing drawn f.4 witn accuracy at my office under iuasonic Halt L. D BAILEY. For Sale Cheap! . LOTS and Shares in Emporia, by . ' April 9. 1859. P. "B. PLTTMR For at a Bargain! A- WOO" HOUSE AND LOT in Empoi 11. suitoDle for a residence. The lHn i. . good one. For particulars inquire of J. Stotler. at Thk Nawaoflice. . Tni-9lf Cheap Light! BURNING FLUID AND LAMPS For sale by HORNSBV Jk YUrrr SELF-SHUTTING Gate Hinges, Gate and Door Catehes, Window Springs, Door Locks and Latches , for sale cheap at PERLEY'S. mayzi T IGHTNING RODS, cheap, at limy PERLEY'S. 1 OHO DRY HIDES WANTED, for which ljvUU the highest eash price will be paid at novl3-tf PROCTER S Now is the Time! TO GET THE CHEAPEST FARM IN THE Cottonwood -Vallev 40 acrea timber. 40 acres first bottom, 80 acres second bottom, 20 acres fenced, living water for stock, a living spring of pure water, convenient to a fine build in? place. Speak quick, or it will be aprSOtf . Enquiraof E. P. BANCROFT. GUNPOWDER The Hazard Powder Comsanv. of Haz- I' turdyille, Connecticu HAVE BUILT A MAGAZINE AT KANSAS CITY, and will hereafter keep a supply of their Sporting, Mining, and Blasting Powder con stantly on hand, and for sale, by their Ants Messrs. BALIS & HICKS, of Kansas City. ' n - , A. G. HAZARD, President of the Hazard Powder Company Harardville, Sept., 1858. J BAIJS & mCKS, t r ':'.!." ' . ' am iiflo5-;"- Wholesale and Retail Dealers in SCHOOL BOOKS & STATIONERY, : . mcxtTDiso thk - ECLECTIC (M'GUFFEY'S) READERS, . NATIONAL SERIES, , -?..,"'. ELEMENTARY (WEBSTER'S) SPELLERS. And a large assortment of new and carefully compiled ' - Text BooksClassic and Common. Wrapping Paper,' Wall Paper, Cap, Letter and Note Paper, Envelopes, in every style. Gold Peas, Steel Pens, Inks, tc, fcc. . We sell the genuine and imitation "G. D." PERCUSSION CAPS, . Before purchasing elsewhere we ask all buyers to call and examine our Stock and Prices." We can sell goods in our line lower than any other dealer this side of the Mississippi River. ' 1 BALIS fe HICKS, ' -. Main street, below .Third, Kansas City. Mo . n69-ly. J . .... N. M'CRACKEN, . . Wholesale Dealer in GROCERIES, . FORWARDING fe COMMISSION MERCHANT. Delaware Street, North side, bet Second fe Third, LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS. no77-ly . THOMAS CARNEY & CO., ; . SUCCESSORS TO CAE2TIT, POSKT A CO., WHOLESALE GR0CEES, PROVISION AND ' ' -'- Commission Merchants, Corner Levee and Cherokee Streets, i 82-ly LEAVENWORTH CITY, KANSAS. TREFREN, WARD & CO., Importers and Wholesale Dealers in IRON, HARDWARE, GLASS AND STONE-WARE, Agricultural Implements, " -ALSO Rubber and Leather Belting', Packing, Sheet Lead, Lead and Iron Pipe, Bos ton Circular Saws, Pumps, Rope, Corn Shel- iers, straw uutters, flows, narrows, ' Fanning Mills, fcc. MILLIE'S FIRE-PROOF SAFES. Nos. 9 and 10 Levee n69-ly . KANSAS CITY, MO Books, Stationery, etc. O. WILMARTH, LAWRENCE, KANSAS, DEALER in all kinds of Books. Stationery. Periodicals, etc. would call the attention of the public to his new and large stock of goods, which is superior to anything of the kind ever offered to the Kansas public. His stock of WRITING PAPERS, ENVELOPES, INKS, Ac is particularly fine. He has also on hand ALL KINDS OF SCHOOL BOOKS now used in the Territory. Fancy Articles, Periodicals, all the popular iungaiiues ui uie uay; jxiusic ana jtiusicai instru ments. O Recollect the place in the New Post Office .Building on Massachusetts street, Lawrence. STREET & BAKER, WESTPORT, MO, Dealers in FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC : DRY GOOD S, CLOTHING, HATS AND CAPS, Boots & Shoes, Hardware & Queensware. Also, keep constantly on hand, a large stock of GROCERIES & PROVISIONS, AND OUTFITTING GOODS, GENERALLY. We are determined to sell Goods as low a thev uu ira wugm III LUIS BCCUOn OI COUUlTy. JWiUHHASXOS. PBIUlSnAIKflI. J. & P. SHANNON, Importers, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GO ODS, CLOTHING, BOTS, SHOES, HATS & CAPS Corner Front and Main Streets. - n4Jl . . KANSAS CITY. MO. W. R. SNELSON, KANSAS CITY, MO., Importer and Wholesale Dealer in FOREIGN & DOMESTIC DRUGS, CHEMICALS, PAINTS. Oils, Ihes, Brastes, Wmiow Glass, Chssware, Per FU3IEKY, fc FANCY GOODS, and all things belonging to a first-class Drug House. ao auuiuua s large ana well selected siock ot WINES, LIQUORS, TOBACCO AND CIGARS, which are offered at very low fiffures. O Orders respectfully solicited. apr 32m 6 Rare Chance for Investment. - THE subscriber offers for aale, CHEAP FOR CASH. 160 acre of lnA v;tk;n of Emporia. 1 villi? on both aiIo nt nnHnn. wood river and affording one of the very best " uo iu oouuiern Aansas, wiu ample fall, rock bottom and rock banks. Also about thirtv urn nt nnnn timupp t, Und. For further particulars apply to M. A. Morse, Burlingame, or to the undersigned at his u jioaie xiau isuuaing. xanpona, wune3. u. v. iJAlt.Kx. C. M'CARTT . W. O. BAKKLZT. irCARTY & BAREXEY, FORWARDING & COMMISSION General Steamboat Agents AND COLLECTORS.; Riddlebar?ers Fire-Proof Bailiisic. Nos. 5 and 6 Levee, - - ; , KANSAS CITY MO. feb5-Iy ty , ; , . .. .. . - ' ? To RcJit. ' A HOUSE AND ABOUT THIRTY ACRES of plowed land, under fenM. nn TV, rwv seven miles north of EmporU, known as the Allen rown puce. Apply to , I. D. BAILEY-. Jbrapona, March 12, 1853, , EMPORIA! EMPORIXJj Competition ITo Wharr riHE subscriber is happy to announe. to Wfc JL numerous mends and particularly The People of Southern Kansas in general that he has now in store and for sal t , WHOLESALE MD RETAIL' QIPOEIA.S?li1,m""- 'M LARGEST, BEST SELECTED, AND CHEAPEST Stock of Qoods! ever offered to the public South of the Kaw River Vallert ' ' Consisting in part of DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE, CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, POWDER, L E AD, AC, tC, &C, AC., to. Among the other articles I would enumerate lb following, via: SOO Sacks extra-superfine Fleur; lO Sacks Rio Coffee (New Crop); S hhds. prime N. O. Sugar; 5 bbls. white crushed do lO boxes Malaga Raisins; lO chests best Imperial Tea; . ., & " Young Hyson do; 5 " Oolong , do; 2 O bbls crackers; 8 tierces Rice; , 50 sacks Dairy Salt; ,r , .20 " coarse do; . 50 bushels dried Peaches; 7 casks baking Soda; 10 doz. cans oysters; j lO " sardines; ! . lO bushels Nuts; - 1 0 boxes Glasgow No. 1 Tobaceo; 20 boxes best "Venable" do 5 boxes best Natural Leaf; -, 6000 pure Havana cigars; 5000 " Yarra do. ; .25 boxes Family Soap ;i 5 boxes Erasive Soap; 3 boxes Castile Soap; lO boxes Star Candles; 1 0 boxes Mould do; lO cases Friction Matches; 10 boxes Ohio pattern Axes;' 10 ts Hazard Rifle Pewder; 10 " Blasting do; 20 bags shot (assorted sizes;) 25000 "G. D." Rifle Caps; 300 lbs. Lead; 10 coils Manilla Rope; 12 doz. bed cords; 12 pieces heavy Satinett, 10 bales Sheetings and Drillings; 100 pieces Fall and Winter Prints; . 5 bales Cotton Battihg; 50 Kegs Nails; 20 boxes glass, (various sizes); 7 ccroons Indigo; 10 nests Tubs; 10 dozen hooped Buckets ("Shaker Pailsj 2 doz. Well Buckets; And last, though not least, FIFTY CASES CUSTOM MADE BOOTS & SHOES! selected and purchased by myself from the best Boston Manufacturers. DRUGS and MEDICINES In connection with my general assortment of goods for this market I have also a full and com plete assortment of DRUGS AND MEDICINES, among which I may mention 50 ounees Quinine; " 10 doz. Smith's Tonic; 10 doz. Cholagogue; 5 doz. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, aiaa, shallenberoer's ayer's, WRIGHT'S, moffatt's, bush's, It MOBSl'l PILLS I And an immense variety of other popular Medi cines. 0The Medical Department is under charge of skillful and experienced Drufireist. All pre scriptions carefully compounded and labeled. I am also the exclusive Wholesale Aerent for the sale of DR. JAYJTE'S CELEBRATED FAMILY 2fE2)ICI3rES ior ine counties oi Jtu-ecJunndge, Madison, and wise, and have constantly on hand a larg supply ior sate low ior casni ' Wanted, in Exchange for Goods!- Dried Hides ; Good shaved Oak or Walnut Shingles; Bills on all sound banks; Drafts and Checks; Corn at current rates; and O.CAAS s h H I ! O" We don't do a credit business nor take psr in promises! . - , WE CANT TRUST1 ' DON'T ASK US'! PROCTER takes this opportunity to express his thanks to the many friends who hare so liter ally patronised him "from the start" and pledge himself that if prompt and careful attention, 1 prices and fair dealing can ensure a continuant and increase of the publie favor, He to merit it? . wilLTrv RKT.rR7.rBER THE PLACE! PROCTER'S EMPORIUM 159 Commercial Street! West Side two doors sooth of the Enap" ria IX ousel ; B EAR IN MIND 1 That my goods are going off like" Hot Cake ! at a Kansas Hotel! Call and see, for yourself, as the Queen of Sheba did on her visit taScJo. mon, that "the half has not been told yoa A LIBERAL DISCOUNT to TffOSS WHO BOYyAT XXHOpESALE!- A, r. PRQQTE Emporia, Nov. $7 1858L, 'J-. - j '