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HORACE GREELEY & Co.,
Tribune Buildings, Nassau-at., New York.
DR. M. BAILEY
Has resumed the practice of
HVXedicine and Surgery,
in Emporia and vicinity.
COffice at the Emporia House.
rjy II O S E
Wishing the Professional services of
DR. C. C. SLOCUM,
Physician and Surgeon,
Will please call at his residence half a mile
south-east of Emporia. n6-tf
C- V. ESKRIDCE,
-r a. x. Tkj, TU"RNING FLUID, at
Register or Deeds, JLmay7 perleys.
N O T A R YP UBLIC, "AILS.: at y Price pT,pT1?v.,
FOR BRECKENRIDGE COUNTY. KANSAS XVmay
Also Commissioner of Deeds for the Western TAPER AND ENVELOPES A good assort-
States, and . JT ment, at may7J PERLEY'S.
General Land Agent. . -pERFUMERY and Hair oil. at
- Persons at a distance having business with the j may7 - PERLEY'S.
undersigned, will direct their communications to ; ,
him at Emporia, Kansas. X ALM OF A THOUSAND FLOWERS, Tooth
may7-tf C. V. ESKRIDGE. D Powder, Lyon's Kathairon, Bay Rum, Lily
" White, Marrow Pomade, 4c, Ac, Ac. at
S. N. WOOD, may 7 PERLEY'S.
Attorney and Counsellor at Law, t emons. nuts, and candies, at
Cottonwood Falls, Chase Co., K. T. JLi may 7 PERLEY'S...
WILL attend to all business entrusted to his , tjti Tnn a nnn
care in Chase, Moms, Breckenridge, Mad- P,IGARS' AJSD TOBACCO, at ,
son Butler and Hunter counties. 87-tf mav7 PUKLkX S.
THOS. A. RUSSEL pORN STARCH for Puddingy a very nice
Attorney at Law and Notary Public, article, at may? perley-s.
Office on Levee KANSAS CITY, MO. QPOUTING, GUTTERING, and all kinds of
13" Collections promptly made. n83-ly O Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper work done on
, short notice, by an experienced workman, at
ALBERT GRIFFIN, may2l tPERLEY'S.
Attorney at Law and Land Agent, ELF-SHUTTING Gate Hinges, Gate and Door
manhattax, KAKZA O Catches, Window Springs, Door Locks and
Prompt attention given to all business in the Latches, for sale cheap at PERLEY'S.
Kansas Valley, west of the Pottowottomie Reserve, may2l
entrusted to His care. augl4-tf
,mmrn nmmm T IGHTNING RODS, cheap, at
ARTHUR I. BASER, Lj may2l PERLEY'S.
Vtt ?J?XaJ a w 5 TF you want Great Bar-
REAL ESTATE AGENT, IgALNS. call at may?- PERLEY'S.
Denier in Land Warrants, Town tots and
shares, Claims, cc, Grinding and Bolting.
americus, BRECKiNBinGS cocTT, kaotas. j- jj.AVE gotmy new Bolting apparatus in good
Preemption business promptly attended to J or(1er, and am now prepared to turn out the
Money invested and debts collected Legal instru- t quftlity of floup OIBUort notice. Also corn
menu carefully drawn up and recorded Claims j in the best manner,
filed on and Declaratory Statements promptly for- JOEL HAWORTH
r4ed; etc-. - Proprietor Cottonwood Mill.
CF Mr. B. is also President of the Amencus ,
Town Company. . dccll-tf L A E E N C E
M. F. CONWAY,
Attorney at Law, wholesale
WILL devote himself exclusively to his pro- pv T) TT j fT f T T7 I
fession, and attend to any business which II I II 8 r I I I Ik II i I
maybe entrusted to him with fidelity and des- U IX J X KJ X V 11 JLJ
patch. Particular attention given to cases of dis
puted pre-emption titles before the Land Office.
Office, in Collamore Buildings, Massachusetts
street. Jan. 2 tf
LEWIS W. KUHN,
Register of Deeds,
AND NOTARY PUBLIC,
ELMENDAHO, MADISON COCNTT, KANSAS.
H. S. SLEEPER,
Civil Engineer and Surveyor.
County Surveyor of Madison County,
O People of the Cottonwood please leave or
ders at the Office of L. D. Bailey, Emporia. n73
O. M. WALKER,
Civil Engineer and Surveyor,
Couuty Surveyor of Breckinridge County,
Is prepared with superior instruments to do
plane surveying, leveling and drafting on short
notice, image rians ana cms maae to oraer.
COX & BAKER,
HAVING established themselves in the above
business at Emporia, would announce to the
people of the surrounding country that they are
fullv prepared to do all manner of work in theii
line of business, in the best manner. They flatterJ
themselves that with their long experience at tne
Dusmess mey vui ue auie w give iuc iiuirsb nous
faction to all who may favor them with their pat
ronage. Prices reasonable.
Emporia, August 1, 1858. tf
COOPER & HILLS,
House, Sign & Carriage Painters
GLAZIERS AND PAPER HANGERS.
- O" Shop two doors north of the News ffice,
Emporia, Kansas. sepj-u
Carpenter and Joiner,
' . -' EMPORIA, KANSAS.
COFFINS, rannel Doors, Window and Door
frames, and other job work, done in the best
style, on the shortest notice. may u
I. E. PER LEY,
V. . ; . Dealer in
T I N W A RE,
Groceries, - Prorisions, etc., etc.,
COMMERCIAL ST., EMPORIA, KANSAS
may 7 tf ' . - - . . ' .
Wagon Making and Repairing
JOSEPH RICKABAUGH, having opened a
Wagon Shop in Emporia, opposite to Cox
Baker's Blacksmith shop, is prepared to do all
kinds of work in hit line of business, in satis
factory manner. Wagons, Plows, Harrows, Cul
tivators. Ox Yokes, ete.. made to order. -nC9-lv
Lots! Lots! Lots!
FINE BUILDING LOTS in every part of Em
poria, for sale cheap for cash.
March 12. 1859. L. D. BAILEY.
H. 13. . IPMEJILIE3,
STOVES AITB THIWABE,
P Tt O VISIONS, &c.s
One Boor South of the Emporia Home.
L E. PEBLEY,
Would respectfully inform the citizens of
Emporia, and the Neosho Valley
That he has on hand, and is constantly receiving
A LAB GE ST O CK
Of the above named goods, which will be sold
very low for
R E A DY PAY!
AND ON NO OTHER TERMS !
Emporia, May 7th, l859.-tf
WOODWARD & IINEY,
In Babcock & lykins' Brick Building,
Are receiving from St. Louis and the Eastern
Cities their immense
Spring Stock of
DRUGS and MEDICINES,
Selected by one of tne firm just returned from the
East We have the
LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE DRUG
WEST OF ST. LOUIS!
We will Duplicate Leavenworth or Kansas
City Bills with Drugs and Medicines,
of the best quality, (guarantied).
At same Prices, or lower!
AND THE PUBLIC GENERALLY
are requested to call or send in their orders which
will receive prompt attention.
WOODWARD & FINLEY.
Lawrence, Kansas, June 4th, 1859. ly
C. D. FOCLESONC,
DRY GOODS, HARDWARE,
C LOT H IN G,
Boots, Shoes, Groceries, Hats, Caps, &c,
apr23m6 WESTPORT. MO.
THE CORNER STORE!
M. DIVELE Y,
Wholesale and Retail Deoler in
Groceries and Provisions,
S. E. corner of Main and Third ts., 51 ;
apr23m6 . KANSAS CITYMO
; i : , 1 O -
, B. F.JWILLSOX, .
Foundry Hahine Shops.
MAISOH, WOLSO & CO.,
Choctaw, ner 2d St, Leavenworth City. Kansas
All kinds of Steam Engines,
SUGAR. SAW AND ORJST HILLS.
Sheet Iron and Copper Work
U Orders respectfully solicited. aug20yl
h.i. G. If. I.II.T.IE.
Attorney at Law & Solicitor in Chancery,
4 MADISON CO.. KASAS.
HOBBEU, WHEATLEV & CO.,
Wholesale Dealers in '
G B OC E R I E S,
TOBACCO AND CICAR3,
Campbell's Four Story Building,
WEST LEVEE, KANSAS CITY, MO.
HUBBELL, WHEAT LEY & CO..
Have in store the largest and best assortment of
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
On the Missouri River, which they offer at EAS
TERN PRICES, with cost of transportation
added . ... .
Ilnbbell, Wheatley & Co.,
Purchase their soods direct from FIRST HANDS.
and are offering them at lower prices than any
uuiw uuuse on we jnissonn luver.
Enbbell, Wheatley & Co.,
Offer inducements to EMIGRANTS, that no oth-
- er Mouse in the West can oner.
HUBBELL, WHEATLEY & CO.,
DEFY COMPETITION ! Their stock is lawre
and they are determined to sell.
We have in store large quantities of every ar
ticle usually kept in a Wholesale Grocery
Merchants of Kansas City, South-west Missou
ri and Kansas Territory, will do well to examine
our stock before purchasing or ordering from St.
Louis. We will at least convince them that no
house on the Missouri river can under stU us. Re
member that HUBBELL, WHEATLEY fc CO.
sell at Eastern prices, and only add cost of trans
Hides and Corn Wanted !
OR which the highest market price in gold
HUBBELL, WHEATLEY fc CO.
Kansas City, April 23, 1859. ly
m k or k
MED I CINE S!
PRENTISS & GKISWOLD
Are now receiving their
Drugs and Medi ines
FROM NEW YORK, PHILADELPHIA,
PITTSBURGH AND ST. LOUIS,
All of which will be sold as low as the lowest at the
Lawrence Wholesale Brag House,
IN THE ELDRIDGE BLOCK,
ox noon south of the maix xhtraxci,
N. B. The public in general are invited to
"CI VE US A CALL!"
and we will warrant to suit, both in prices and
quality. . . I'KtJN Jl'JSS 5 UKISWULU.
jawrence, April 3Utn, may.
GREAT WESTERN SADDLERY HARDWARE HOUSE.
M' DONALD & KLINE,
Manufacturers and Dealers in all kinds of
Saddlery and Harness,
And Wholesale Dealers in
Saddlery Hardware, and Trimmings.
MAIN STREET, NEAR LEVEE, KANSAS CITT, HO.
AT THE - '
Situated two miles west of Lawrence, on the Cal
ifornia Road, between Lawrence
THE PROPRIETOR WOULD CALL 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 such 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 Nursery.
G. B. BRACKETT, Proprietor.
Address, G. C. Bkackett, Agent,
aug27-m Lawrence, Kansas.
WESTPORT DRUG STORE.
THOS. H. BOSSES,
Apothecary and Druggist,
. Slain Street, Westport, Mo.,
Has received his spring stock of '
liedicines, Faints, Oils, Glassware,'
PERFUMERY INKS, WRITING PAPER,
VIRGINIA, SKOKINO AND CHKWINO TOBACCO,
Cigars, Garden Seeds,
And every article usually kept in an extensive
Drn Establishment, which he is determined to
sell upon terms to please the purchaser, and at
prices which cannot be equalled by any bouse
West of St. Louis. . e,
Havine made his purchase from Importers and
Manufacturers in - New York and ' Philadelphia,
gives mm advantages wmcd jew possess.
He resnectfullv asks a call from Phvsicians and
Wholesale Dealers, as he feels confident that the
quality and prices of ma goods will certainly
piease. . - - nuayi
OILS. VARNISHES, GLASS, BRUSHES
Pure White Lead,
Snow White Zine,
Conal and Jaitan Varnishes.
Point, Varnish and White Wash Brushes.
Window Glass and Putty.
The subscriber has rurehased the above from
first hands for cash, which will enable him to of'
fer -unusual inducements to the trade. He will
not be undersold. -juneo
T. II. RQSSER. Druggist.
H. W. CHICK. I. KBXHTXC
W. H. CHICK & CO.,-
Successors to Walker & Chiek,
Forwarding and Commission ZXerenants,
n63-ly Kansas City, 31 o.
Dow - Creek ilursery.
THE subscriber would respectfully announce
to the settlers of South-western Kansas that
he has FIFTY THOUSAND fine, likely, one
and two year old Apple trees f the very best
varieties cultivated in the west. My grafts were
obtained of one of the best Nurseries in Illinois,
and my trees are warranted to be the kind they
are represented. I will sell brttrr trees foe lett
vumey than ever was known in this part of Kansas.
I also have 200,000 or 300,000 of the largest and
best hedge plants ever raised anywhere, for sale
cheap. . ROB'T H. ABRAHAM.
Dow Creek. Oct. 1, l59.-tf .
G IT N P O W D E 11 .
The Hazard Powder Company, of Haz
"FT AVE BUILT A MAGAZINE AT KANSAS
JJL CITY, and will hereafter keep a supply of
ujeu- oporung, ju.imng,ana masting jrowuer con
stantly on hand, and for sale, by their Agents,
Messrs. BALIS & HICKS, of Kansas City.
A. Gh HAZARD,
President of the Hazard Powder Company '
Hax ardville. Sept, 1853. . . . r .
NOT I C E !
BALIS & HICKS,
AU ALSO -
WhbiesaK and Retail Dealers in
SCIIOOL BOOKS & STATIONERY,
ECLECTIC (M'GTJFFEY'S) READERS,
ELEMENTARY (WEBSTER'S) SPELLERS.
And a large assortment of new and carefully
compiled ' "
Text Books Classic and Common.
Wrapping Paper, Wall Paper, Cap, Letter and
Note Paper, Envelopes, in every style. Gold Pens,
Steel Pens, Inks, Ac, Ac.
-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.
BALIS A HICKS,
Main street, below Third, Kansas City, Mo.
Wholesale Dealer in
FORWARDING fe COMMISSION
Delaware Street, North side, bet. Second A Third,
THOMAS CARNEY & CO.,
SUCCESSORS TO CAKJfET, POSEY A CO'.,
Corner Levee and Cherokee Streets,
82-ly LEAVENWORTH CITY, KANSAS.
TREFREN, WARD & CO.,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers in '
GLASS AND STONE-WARE,
Rubber and Leather Belting;,
Packing, Sheet Lead, Lead and Iron Pipe, Bos
ton Circular bavt, .rumps Kope, uorn jbliel
lers. Straw Cutters, Plows, Harrows, -
Fanning Mills, Ac.
LILLIE'S FIRE PROOF SAFES.
Nos. 9 and 10 Levee '
n69-ly KANSAS CITY, MO.
Books, Stationery, etc.
DEALER in all kinds of
Books, Stationery, Periodicals, etc.
would call the attention of the, public to his new
and larcre stock of (roods, 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
Magazines of the day; Music and Musical Instru
O Recollect the place in the New Post Office
Building on Massachusetts street, Lawrence.
S. C. M'OAETY ' W. O. BA&KLXT.
II C ARTY & BARKLEY,
FORWARDING & COMMISSION
General Steamboat Agents
. Riddlebarger's Fire-Proof Building,
Nos. 5 and 6 Levee, - - . - KANSAS CITY MO.
POLLARD & FAIR MAN,
- Wholesale ud BetsU DmIcts In
STOVES, TINWARE !
Sheet Iron, Tin Plate, Wire, &c.
Cor. Main 3d sts., KANSAS CITY, MO.
WOULD respectfully call attention to their
LARGE AND COMPLETE STOCK of the
and ELEVATED OVEN -
Also, a large assortment of Parlor, Box and
Coal Heating Stoves. '
. W would call the particular attention of deal
erf and others to our. Urge and complete assort
ment of TINWARE, which we are offering at
extremely low rates. " -
13 Tin Roofing, G ottering, and all kinds of
Job Work, promptly executed ana warranted.
Kansas City, Mo., Oct. 1. I12m3.
r FOB CASH AXD . OX TIME!'
I HAVE JUST . RECEIVED a number of Land
Warrants, which. I will sell, to actual settlers
os Tuck, or for Cash. ' Call soon, and secure tout
l ' . "r ! J it. -Of -i . . .
ma,H ib lm ruuiorcu uie oince wui Close on ue
lOUi Sept. next, lor this district
a V. ESKRIDGE
Emporia, K. July 2d, 1859. "
FRANK HOBEKTS. . .
T HOLES ALE and Retail dealer in Letter,
?; Printing and Wrapping '
Card Stock, Envelopes, Paper Bags, Twine, Ac.,
Massachusetts street, Lawrence, Kansas. Station
ers and country merchants are invited to call aad
examine. ": I buy directly from the manufacturers,
and will sell at St. Louis wholesale priees. - 114y
Paper Hangings, Borden, &c.
COMPLETE assortment of all kinds of House
Papers, Borders, ete. Prices to suit the
times, and styles to please the most fastidious.
Oct. 30. O.WIDMARTH, Lawrence.
PROCTER'S CIIB1F CASH IH'OSS -
Competition 'ro lharr
THE subscriber is happy to announce fcr bii
JL numerous friends and particularly
Tke People of Southern Kajtssa
in general that he has now in store and for sale at
WHOLESALE AND BETAIL!
at his well known establishment, 159 GomDaer&ia!
street, EMPORIA, the
LARGEST, BEST SELECTED, AND
Stock of Goods!
ever offered to the public
South, of the Kaw River Tailjrt
Consisting in part of '
AO.', AC, AC, AC; AO.
Among the other articles I would enmmeraU th
following, viz: , . .
. 200 Sacks extra-superfine Fleur;
lO Sacks Rio Coffee (New Crop);
5 hhds. prime N. O. Sugar; '
5 bbls. white crushed ' do
lO boxes Malaga Raisins;
lO chests best Imperial Tea;
5 Young Hyson do;
5 " ; Oolong do; v : '
0 bbls crackers;
2 tierces Rice; -50
sacks Dairy Salt;
20 " coarse do;
SO bushels dried Peaches;
- 7 casks baking Soda; -10
do. cans oysters;
lO ' " sardines;
lO bushels Nuts;
- 1 0 boxes Glasgow No. 1 Tobacco;
20 boxes best "Venable" do ;
5 boxes best Natural Leaf; .
50OO pure Havana cigars;
5000 " Yarra do. ' v ' '
25 boxes Family Soap:
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 kegs Hazard Rifle Pewder; -10
' Blasting do; ,
20 bags shot (assorted sizes;) '
25000 "G. D." Rifle Caps;
300 lbs. Lead;
19 coils Manilla Rope;
12 doz. bed cords; l . ? - ' , .
12 pieces heavy Satinett, '
10 bales Sheetings and Drillings; '
100 pieces Fall and Winter Print;
5 bales Cotton Batting; i
50 Kegs Nails; ' .
20 boxes glass, (various sizes);
7 ceroons Indigo; . "
10 nests Tubs;
10 dozen hooped Buckets ("Shaker Pails"
SL doz. Well Buckets;
And last, though not least,
FIFTY CASES CUSTOM MADE 7 .
13 O O TS, & SBCOESt
selected and purchased by myself from the bats
Boston Manufacturers. ...
DRUGS and MEDICINES
. In connection with my general assortment of
goods for this market t have also a full and eom
plete assortment of DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
among which I may mention
50 ounces Quinine;
10 doz. Smith's Tonic;
10 doz. Cholagogue;
5 doz. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
- "' kusb's,
And an immense variety of other popular If edi
cmes. . ,; .- ..
O" The Medical Department is under charge of
a skillful and experienced Druggist. All pre
scriptions carefully compounded and labeled.
I am also tne exclusive Wnoiesale Agent Xor tae
sale of '
I)R. JAYNE'S V
CELEBS ATED FAZHLY HESICHTE;
for the counties of Breckinridge, Madison, Butlet
and wise, and have constantly on hand larg
supply for sale low for cash! .... :
. Wanted, in Exchange for Goods!
Dried Hides ; Good shaved Oak or Walnci
Shingles; Bills on all sound bank;
Drafts and Checks; Corn at
current rates; and
G O .A.A s S H H J ! ,.;
O" We don't do a credit business nor take pry
WE CAN'T TRUST! DONT ASJt VZll
PROCTER fakes' this opportunity to exprtss
his tlianks to the many friends who have so liber
ally patronised him "from the start" and pledges
himself that if prompt and eareful attention, low
prices and fair dealing can ensure a continuant
and increase of the public favor,
' ' BC;e ;w i;ll Try u. :' '
to merit itJ ' ' '
J;. ? BE3CE2IBES THE FLAGS!
. ; 159 Commercial Street!: ,:;
West Side two doors soulfe of tke Empo
BEAR IN HINDI
That my goods are goin j off like ' "
at a Kansas Hotel! Call and ss for yourtelvea,
as the Queen of Sheba did on her visii to 6olo
mon, that "ths half has not leea tali fW." r .
A LIBERAL DISCO XT2TT to TffOSJS
WHO B UY- A T WHOLESALE!
A. G. PEOCTIIIl '
Emporia, Nov. 27 ,1858.