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t A. Miscellaiieojis.Adyertisei3keiits WheJBHlMin Booh Bindery BLANK 111 MANUFAGTOEY, Main Street, opposite the Planters!. Souse. Ehave esaWstedin connection With (he' Bulletin Job Printing Office, one of the hest Binderies Wc'si of mw?Yofk'Cityand so licit the patronage of any hjoang-rk in (for line, "eshall devote especial attention to the manufacture of MlanU Books for Counties I District Court .Boolx, County Treasurers BooJcs, Records, Hegislers, Tax Boohs, .And all kinds of WZnalcs Gt iriwnc jts.ecui-u,. ManufacturedfromthehesVofstockndinthe - highest style of theart. . Mercantile EooKS- We invite the at tention of Merchants, Bankers', ."Manufacturers, Hotel Keeper's, &c, to ourfacilitiesTor the man ufacture or the best klnd-bf Ledgers, Journals, Day Books, Invoice Books, Shipping Receipts, Sales Books, Hotel Registers, Xawyers, Dock "'ets, &c, &c. magazine TBintHng. Harpers' The. Atlantic, Godcy, Peterson, FrankLeslie,Harpers Weekly, Pictorial History of the. War, andiall other Magazines, Dounu in piam or iauojr uiuu rocco, and -Morocco Amique, done upon the n shortest notice. Euling of all Ends Promptly: Done.. flea N. B. We employ none but first-class, workmenand are prepared to guarantee every job of work sent out. Orders -respectfully eo icited. Address: TTimrtT.A BULLETIN CO., v2-40-tf Leayenwor'tH, Kansas. F FUHTTWEEB We desire to say to the people of Northwestern .Kansas, tliat our HUSSERYAT CEHTSALIA XNEMAHA COUNTY, Is all right The trees were not injured by tho; frost lsst October as it was supposed. "We can supply you with good thrifty Trees Grown n tlie Prairie, . -. k Apple Trpes, Chcqry, Trees, Lawl&n,Blach terries, 'Allen Raspberries, and Strawberries, i Which we will exchange for Cash or Stock at cash prices, at rates such as we'canliveby and you can afford. Come to the Nursery yourself and select such as you choose. We wish to caution you against buying trees that are offered at 10 and 12 cents. If Nursery men sell trees at that price it is because there is something wrong with them. Theycannot be afforded at such prices. Bemember that trees grown.on the Prairies of Kansas will do. a hundred-fofd better than trees grown .in the tim ber, or Missouri bottom. The Fall is a good time to "set trees any time after heavy frosts. BAKER , SQUIRE. Centralia, Nemaha co., Aug. l'if 1863. n21 Dry Goods ! Dry lJ Goods ! S '.' . " '" . ?OR SPElNGfiSi SUMMER 'S3iM'reHZA4 3Maf 3 ts-. -.stiH'iA y'vO A-.'.t .-'' ..rfli!''.. ,V ij 5a if.ii,jkitt ::jr ha I STX Ar ECKHARTS, V: . .. -; 'Jii'tJ "No: 'Felistreet1 i.'-'-'J- ' .'-Oi i. ',uxiiil)or3 e&nhx - v I iC . - t'-W1 i SXINT JOSEPB, jsaffiSe'BBS .e.j.iii . ;oG laas :; yt o'i Prints, ;afi' : Cassimers, Cottonades,, Notions; jr,? : "..-Lawns, .UJCS, Linens,. , rRmnrAiit;A'i --.y-vvj. s t v. - renPKriTrTTTTMlrmtii "' mYT-MlzTwiT rivra BOOS JIKcXll ing, at the lowest nguics. ,',.,, . i Binding of all kinds and ses Papei?, Iff ci. 'pnif tSivIr: Morocco; KTdrkey Mo - j -w; r j' ., iJ"i 'i : . "-- vt n. ai a-- r i . j . --.- . i...ia ..? a ..- "'"' " r " '"" y ' ';l"""l-.faB,w.T. : .:.at!''"' GOMMERCJIAt. sikeet u' art f . ron? 07; A f)i! .fi A . ,&4'i :iviiLi . r ,. , ... ff tJ-'J BOOK AND JOB PRN3TJWG .'J- ..J. u v.. 'v ! ESTABLISHMENT, Ko, SlS0 ..Y3-3 Broadway.' ir .. .-- . it -?, )-!i. ir ; "; m .. . , . . , .. . - . WeaTf .piepareQ TO eXWUUJ., L ADZES5 FURS. ;) .;..,,. . ... a .,.-.,-, rU i.tthr&; &', i i : ; I every! .descriptions of ' tlmi, -io 1 1 arfj j ft! v i ' 'H .tltt l ?J' iJfl .4-rdi .J'.rf -j" -ti vjoiiq .-iT-.- "i5 vTji.s.f ' f. !.ij I'. .-4 v 'fWnfc! -. UiiiSm ca' .o :i twr Pf08ter8,"Programmefl, '"? . - . iyW J!j i . r:-1-: if V "'' - '" ' : ' . : y '18 fH ""-'- ' ' -'..'; -, ''iswles '-Circulars, Choki,;Bw :i f I .j ' ' '' 'a - " -' : J ' . . A1J '-i i'.'i ''Mflrl It., A ioiS'iif l q)t';'-iiM.f,iH Clirdi Blanki '-v JrK-i"? ! '-.m ai " tali. i. 2 !.' 'i'T i;'- ?-e- k . 4bH S-1 -: " - .lift I!JJr.. , ivy v - ' '. ; vai Jia'f Bili : HeadgysL'ettrUT'b t ' ' (.obHilotbiui ', .i;8 '-n v; Heads. Hand Bills.- ' -"wrTPf- Labels Ball Tick- -f ets, &cVfcr9 ,,.t - r . - ki Together. witK .'everf Variety of - Iuj 1 " . ' if the r . .'.. .'.i-. i ti JjCtiy. T ' .4 -. f Yeiy Best Possible: Manned rtf i i -.o-IT? '. i .'.''Vl tote' : Uti' !' VJU 'S i t ? R : : j ' J!ltfVind-tt iht -..: ' i- ' .. '- LOWESJ! rPSI.C,ES,, j ; 3 VVvL VjCi. ii,i"'i Ji I wi liwl iJaiiii ,-v pqnjiUti taod& oE HO AS 33.1 W ItOiTCa -t J Q " B Sjfc.,. - - f - iS 1 99-loS? "' ' ' -'. tlli fKk'il I i: 'i,-- lit-'. , ' ' 3 , , ,r ...tji . ' -i ., -. 4tchisonAdyer.tisemeiits. W-JtLolesalor . and , Retail ?8 IS 5 COMMERCIAL STREET, Between Fourth and Fifth, Atchison. - Kansas; Oct. 24, '63.-7 . Mm, caps a j;. 'V. l . . , t:1 J. CI BOOTS, S10ES, 3 T iio.;,".. roa thi . .irXL. T R X EI :.:! . . ffllJW .KiTS-; ' I . -tl?i 'is- inn' - ! iiAd-T. .''. ::'-:J'' ;.i ,. ' '-.v ' tt.'vCU ' ,. , ! . , 3: .,. . To. 5, Commercial Street Between Third and Fourth lrc4 , LAtchison,, Klaiisa. ! ii'"!;.:. Q. K FAIRGHILD. Oct 24, 1863. Cm Patldys JLcttcr. . Hibernian Wit and Blunders are an inex haustible mine from which the newspaper and periodicaTpf ess obtain material for the greater portion of their mirth-creating articles. The fbllowipg is a good specimen. A, new.ly 'swanv islander from the land of peat and potatoes, brought to New York by the Great Eastern, and thence to. Atchison on the' lightning train, writes home his impression of matters and things thus : Atchison, KAsas, August 20, 1863. Dear Biddy, I'm here on. the prairies of Kansas at last, Dry, weary and foot-sore, and glad that the journey is past; They've got no shillalahs, turf-stacks nor mire, But worse than the " curse of the crews " is the fire, Which goes on a rampage (in reason to speak) Let me see why yes fully three times a week, And burns up creation (a fact I assure you) From golden Pike's.Peak ta the muddy Missouri. In large iron boxes their fires are shut up, And that's how they cook both the " bit and the i sup." 'Tis very convenient, I. tell you it is, As they 'd burn up creation if 't was n't for this. And, whisper, "acashla," I've got one for you, A splendid BUCK'S PATENT I bought from JAKE LEU, Who has stoves without end in size and in shape And sells, as his rivals say, shamefully "chape.' And we can assure our readers that Pat was' correct, for JACOB LEU has got a supply of Stoves and Stove, fixings surpassed by none west of Saint Louis,, and his prices are the most reasonable in the western.country. Those who need anything in his .line will save .money by purchasing at his sttfze south side of Commer cial street near fifth. n30v2-6m CKOWELL'S .:. OTAf.::CS'H ' STOEE. WHOLESALE DEALER IN U:ti i ; 1 1 lrtQi- .- ti. ' Hl'ViUU') .' !Xi "197 iTfA:ifi s -. ' Lift -Tfl . s c ! M i si i 1 .-.ht'iiti-i "U.-.-i !. Cap? . j tji . Leaxeii DELAWARE STREETS, 32. 1) M '' Jl li If ' Y73 ir. IrojpjRSKif, RECTIFYING ESTABLISHMENT, s j And Dealer m all.kinds of ... W-aV ?:: A-'.-l ' j t:. i3;(ilFd,-,IlS5 - No.!32 Delaware Street, Ufa 32, (Between Second and Third,) ' ,yBHw6teroorrr;-KAH8Afi. T t. t N;B.' Orders from the'eountry solicited - : .it r indiromptly.filled.. . M. HOFFMANN. Leavenworth, Oct. 24, '63. 6m A Word to the Wise ! Some five years ago, one of the Firm OF WATSON & RIXEII ART, AFTER looking over thfe field and contemplating the fu tore of Kansas and the Great West, concluded to make the venture to initiate the DRY GOODS ., , ., hi lo-t' i A ; u JOBBING TRADE ',.. IN LEAVENWORTH. WE WERE ALONE in the trade for nearly .two years, when we met with friend ly arid honorable competition, whieh has increase until some eight or ten houses are doing each a good business. The succss and encouragement we have met with, has en abled and induced us to largely increase eurtock, so that we are this Spring well prepared to meet the rants of all who desire Fancy and Staple ' i J i IS ':-,t J !., i:u'..it .-';. -riPx'v Goods, 'JtiW W ' 'it S .'.' i ' lit)- ?ia:t3 3'. -.! ! ,- '. Boots and Shots'; -t i, w Strata Goods, ' -- 0? . . ; . . ,,(, ,y Eats and Laps, r ;;; i,M :a We are sometimes amused to read the advertisements of some of our neighbors, who seem to think i that large and marvelous stories are important to their tuc cesss: We would simply remind our friends that there is an extensive Gas Factory" in.town iu active operation. To those who "have so long given us theirpat "fonage and confidence, we have only to say that our bus ness will hereafter boconduckddnderthesame liberal pol icy practiced heretofore by our house, and we inTite all in want of merchandise in our lino to call and examine our Stock at our Ware Rooms. JXbs. 12 and 14 Delaware street. T2n8 6m ' WATSON &RINEHART BRACE & BAKER, Dealers in Foreign and Domestic H A. ED W A.R E Of nil. hinds. . ' "V "" , 01 t ' ! Sign Of the Gilt Anvil, 31 Delaware Street, Kt0sa. Nnnri ftnn TniTO. LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS. DRAKE BROTHERS. ,- o.. . xfOOKteuers, aiaiwners. ana jraver jscw ' en.. . TTelairare Street betweea Third and Fourth, Leavenworthgrjieiit. VV L STINGS Wholesale audRetan-Dealers in Foreign andDoa HARDAEE, IRON,.STEEL,NAILSt CIROULAK SAWS, CORN MILLS, PLOWS, CULTIVATORS REAPERS. MO WERS, d-c Xo. 23 Delaware S rJ n30v2-lvl t ' Geo. JJ. Thompson. 7 , "suuea a. Crow THOMPSOJf, EAMES & CROW, t'i ' ... DEALEES IS OHIFA, 6LASS-MHSCJEEHSWA8E Ko. 65, Delaware Street n30v2-ly Leavenworth, Kan sas. H. ALLEN, MANDTAOTDBER AND BEALEK FUHNITTJBli. Chairs, Stools, Bed Steads, Mattressss Looking Glasses, Coffins, &c,, Furnished to order. 2Vo. 171 Delaware Street, n30v2 ly Leavenworth, Kansas Tlieociore Egersdorii; jowiv.j n.uauUitW- WHOLESALE AND RETAIL iTN ? ? k 'rv vrv i,vj j,l. j i j.t v i.i ci .1 r 5? sy ao, tu; g?i5!r ji a w ,, je" Perfumeries, 4c. sa -Aro. 81 Shawnee-Street, Leavenworth, Kanm. No. 1 Coal Oil and a fino assortment of Limps. Iyv2al5 KANSAS BOOK-BINDERY, Established 1857. S i.lELEL JDODSWORT3I, BLANK BOOK MANUFACTORY, On TJiird street, below Delaware, Lcavemcorth, Kansas. BLANK EOOKS ruled, printed and bound to any pat tern. For Bankers, Merchants, Count officers. Ac. " tt'"g rs, Journals, Kccords and Dockets, ma out of ?h! papr eajteinprices. Magazines, music an eriiir:lj ona inplainortancyhindiii. '! " AMERICAN HOTEL AT ilZarysvUZe, Kansas, I HAVE lately purchased the property inoirn as Barrett's Hotel, iu this place, and sba!! endeavor to keep a First Class Hotel. Fan Iteasonahle. Two Large Stables connected with the Hotel. HAY, COIiST, AXD OATS, PLBTTT J. H. C01TRELL Oct. 2-5, 18G3.-ly IOWA H0FS, Jplin Frazicr, Proprietor, Caroline st. bt. second & third, Marjsville, ... Kansas. This Hotel has been open for three years, anJ the proprietor is thankful for past favors, ami solicits a continuance of the same, with the promise of the usual attention. vl-n27-ly mmmwu T. McDANIEL, . J-roprieliT- Corner of Commercial and Fifth Streets, ATCHISON, KANSAS. The Proprietor has re-furnished this Hotel.and hi Icj? cxperfenccin the business renders him confident that L can give entire satisfaction to tho Tublic. Good statin, con nected with the Hotel. nS" MEflSHAHT'S HOTElT Cherokee Street between Main ' and Sccoal LEAVENWORTH CITY KANSAS. A.H.PECK, ' Trcprietor Board SI perday. The table is supplied with the best ftl market affords. SUge3 leave this Hotelforall parts oiu State. Free Hack to and from the boar. BBASSASOiT H0135S, Atchison, Kansas. T. MURPHY, Proprietor MTEBABY 0M? !0. An Elegant, Moral, and Refined Miscella neous Family Journal, devoted toPolite Literature, Wit and . JfflSTi PoeUcGem3. In politics, and on all KCaluestwS it is strictly neutral, and therefore emphatically A P.mrrFor tnc Jliiu"j And a elome vuitor to the f Circle foreign and domestic newS of the dy w condeniea foreign and domestic news of the day, to Sntthe greatest possible amount of wfellsenee THIS MAMMOTH WEEKLY "I'MI VI rt.lll.ixv jljl. iijw- B printed on fine white flgfiU contains uiireuuuuu.. r, japerot iixteen octavo pag under regnUf tLXSSwdep-ttbptaJJS: linLhedand Effect system - Eachnumberwm Deuwuuiuuj . i rruTiMiS Tn-rariablr la:advance. 200. 4 M?.hl PverT Saturday, at the coraer x I"10 I JtTlDliJueuo.cij i T, A .j--- --w - . , - Atcfctemtrrw - , MAwdKmKAN3A8. - TF TOtf .:(:i.:oleii " ' 'ifmr-H tfi-.Pv fsrsrsr. r v. i -;- - i.-aiafc .s-'-i.4 I 1BWBUaMiv.il '- ' aBBBBMBBHI -..-- . P. A V r. ID 11 K. I hi ft niniD.