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- i .51 C3 w". Cj jl.. : cU.' r Liu . rl vc: V. I i I 1 i ft ! vni.n:t ; I i 'iorr &d h Uitiiit4tit6i. uunr Wirt. f two millioia tthtick:-tiff eniUihV ieaibi. tecua dartns next mihioer.' Tbi county hxf a I . At n - 1 ' a - I It i on tile direct line of tae treat central cfaaia I j i -" i -a .' j - Pacific J 552 JSrSJ "' e," lZinottTe ' - J TthtlanSLTVte Ison, (owa, S. T. . bf the first CITY. i i & - m..L oi.i. v.i i Xhe iiu ha. a fine Dlatt, rock landing, not ib- . tect to cnange. ana .a bteam l erry now- at the landing affords every facility for crossing. ,Ar-j - xaneemrats are in progress to secure a reerularl ' -. packet lihf of Steamboats between St. Louis and this place. . iV. -f.7-i , ; The first paper issued in the Territory was the "Nebraska City News,'? which can boast of the largest circulation of any; which indicates . we moral pegress oice country. 1 i : . -8..F. NUCKOLS, -, - - jtget for Proprietor tf Nebraska City. March 2, 1854 . . tds ;, ' Ziansa Territory. PUBLIC SALE OF LOTS. TN consequence of numerous applications if torn X persons desirous of building immediately, the rusies are inuuecu 10 auiiounce - cr: .1 Sale of JLots, to take place at an earlier date than that alrea dy advertised. ... - There will therefore be two- saxss or lots in PAWNEE. One on tbelOth of April and th other on- the 15iho May next. The situation ox Fawku is such as scarcely to admit a doubt of its becoming in a thort time a large and important place.: Being at the head of navigation on the Kansas, it is the most eli-1 fible. starting point for persons emigrating to vurpofs tviswra ieiriionn. a JHiuiary roaa i fi-om Pvumce to JSridgere Poet in the Rocky Moun-1 lain ncoids we most direst route to Utah, Uai-1 if ornia and Oi egon, whilst the road to New Mexico is cousiaeraojy suonenea oy a new one recently made. . The Military Post of Fo&t Ri- . X.SY, is scarcely distant a mile f . om Pawnee and . Va-J Government busiueas counecied with it will mostly be transacted here - Ample accommodations will be ready for per sons attending the Miles.' "These as above sta ted will be ou the lUth of April and 15th of May . Terms. Half the purchase money in cash, the bauance on completion of the title. "WILLIAM. A. HAMMOND, , , B. C. MILLER, V Tnattti. N. LYON, R. H. nrCGINS. ' Pawnee: K. T., March 1st, 1855. 27-tf. fpT Parkville Luminary, Frontier News, ' rreitun rveporxer, o;. josepu trazeite, ucciaea tal Messenger Kicxapoo d;.o.- ii.. . 11 n Freedom and Kansas Free State, insertf our times - and send bills to this office. . ' ., , . . ; sujiijnERviJbEiF. rrHIS is a town already laid oif at the lower X Military crossing of Stranger, (Kansas) 15 ' miles west of . Leavenwortn city. Any person wishing to. purchase lots in an inland town in Kansas will do well to rail, as a liberal policy oa ' the most advantageous terms will be given- to all who wish to purchase lots in the above named ' town. Also 15 or 20 lots will be given gratis to mechanics and carpenters in order to advance tie wealth of the town and promote the interest of the country. Donations will also be riven fjr Church and School purposes. A public sale of the lots will come off on the 13th of March next, and one other on the 15th of April following. Private sales will k made fca th mean time bv the comnanv. Jir1. KUURS, zu.l , M- T. SUMMERS,, TV. J- SUMMERS. -X-L--MARTXN HEFFERLN, n ... ' . G. r Urtoi 1 U rJ. ... February 23A 1855-24-tds - Kotiee to Siockliolders. ' - MEETING of the Pawnee Association will -- Xo.be held at Pawnee, Kansas Ty, on Thursday 1 march 15th, 1855. By order of the Board of Trustees.- JNO. N. DYER, ReeordingBee'y. Pawneej S. 1., Marc&Z, l3S- zw FORT SCOTT JIT ATJOTIOM" J TD Y, direction of the Secretary of war the fol- lowin? public buildinzs. at Fort Scott, with ..if (iaiiu 1 f f -Vi .171 1 1 k. arAA af fH.f - nla at public aucUon, to the highestidder, - on the rfiA. a., f xrii .-rf. thi ..f.ti rninrtni. Railroad: "Nebraska Pity. will Vnu Tr, llniV An conimercialand inanfacW- B1"'...?1 22? at 10 o'clock A M viz V ' .In short, there is not iu the Territory a tract of Fw buildings for Officers Quarters (with! country, of the same extent,' possessing m great poTclles- in front and fear 10 feet wide) each 58 inducements ; f or the -Agriculturist, Mechanic -ftetetnehes by 37 feet,and containing four rooms ; and Manufacturer, as the Valley of the Grass in th ft r trtrv .n frn.r- r-onrrr in ir aftii. 'hopper..' It must, therefore, at an early day be- gtory, - ' '- ' - - Three buildings for Soldiers barracks, each 654 feet by 32 feet 6 inches (with a porch in front 10 feet wide) containing six rooms in the base- mjriK an1 lhrM'rMmin.fli. (!rst.finr - : Hospital, test by 48 feet Qwithaporch on ecn aitic-m reec wiue conrAimng-six rooms in the basement, and two rooms on the first story. Gnardhouse, a .-tone building, 22 feet square, containing four rooms. - 'j Adkitawfj Office; 60 feet, containing five room's Bake House Jt Ftene building,' 37 feet by 18 feet, containing two rooms." . - r . Stora House, 60 feet by 32 feet, conUinfag-fbur rooms, a lort and. a cellar - BIack;mitbi and Carpentere Shop ; Stables jxnd.Granlries';-. -magazMi. Root Ilousea, lee House, ami, Saw Mill s together with a number of Log Hffusies, Fence: Rails, sxid 10;0Qffiiew,Shin- -f- : a wdttwo, and flB . The buildings are In excellent emvdsctioo - win be soltf seperately ; but the sale .TTfrTr tiia J TrmifiSile CAsi.'-'i JOin TT uru.l.tij-s'J A .i. ill fiL SIBLEY. isi-y-3C Brevet 3&jar;itu &.-tluttr. Astls-Xtt narte r ia ver Office, I--- Jert Lear&ve0s, M. chAJi l&6i ' C-.J IJ U'Tt -r?: . &hfca a L irorr u lacirsJ't-s lb'- trih- fcahk rt Leaver era,' ar l-asUg "PWWJ? f fiWJ'i!?:. r;v3 ana roia onx u reu watered, MCtion of theTer-i . ' HmWil fori 71 M? J . .t" VJT:" T"". 771 Will M LUC'DTATK-OI ' SHU Ulliit mU .ttt ; ,, 7 i i "Tn .al horUf aeto-eret rood wAstan- tia! log or other kimfi of building upon th same, a ' 7irlZ:?ZZttm alio be opened at an-early day. " Terms of sale- One half cash,' and the remainder in tlx months. JNO. A.; J. CHAPMAN N) " ' Trustees, r, 5 ' ' - SILAS WOODSON, ji -WILLIAM SUBLETT, Fb. 10,1 til. ALL NOTICE. ; 1 GREAT SALE OF- THOUGH LASTj NOT LE4STr :i rp HERE will be two sale of town lots in this X promising Towni the first Sale on-the 1st day of March, 1855, and the. second on the 1st dav of Mavl 1855. " 1ekms. Une half Cash in hand, and the bal ance in six months from the time of Sale.' This beautiful Town is situated on the bank of the Missouri ; River about 10 miles ? above Weston. Mo.- on a prominent and very sightly blufl. it shows well to the river navi-.g a tine view Up and down. , this excellent position is oisunguisned zrom all other towns on the Missouri in K.' T., by its great abundance of . fine timber; It is . covered with a thicKgtowth ox all tne varieties of tiie best timber, among which is prominent, large tall Walnut and Burr Oak.. 7 It is . also .watered by a profusion of the most delightful water witH large quantities or STONE COAL ! , There is now a Steam Saw and Grist Mill Ust ready to be started, on the Town Site, so that i from tne quality of good timber will oe menu I faetured a full supply of the best lumber Lots are being sold daily at private sale to actual settlers, who are proceeding ' tor. build houses, among them preparations for a fine' Ho tel. There is no humbug in tais town, its posi tion, local advantages, and above all the fact that it has back of it, and running: up to it, al together tue best country any wnere near tne Mo. river in Ki T., which is now densly. settled making its success sure and certain beyond all dOUDt., ir-iu .- . : ; . . ' The proprietors of this town have not bee forward or. aaxious. to press it into notice, al ttjoug it was ee of tne- nrst locations, and es pecially was & located for a-town : yet it has been thought best to let others run their . short race, and let the people have time to see and un derstand the true value of each. ;i This town I rears noininjr trom anv comneticion near it, ny has settled that, therefore rw say , conte sad see &nd buy lots, at our saiesv . : ' : : :l: H. C. BRADLY, JAMES BRADLY, JAMES G. SPRATT, : : ,W. C REMINGTON, : , v: : ; HENRY DE BARD, Feb. 3, l855"tf- ' V; f " Proprietors. Kansas- Territory. j T3TT"DT Ti1 QIAT'H? fT? T PITHQ JrUXjiX OilXAlIi VP 1J O J SAWKEE is pleasantly situated on the East I V era banJc of the Grassnopner river. ( uecid I edlv the prettiest stream west of the Mississippi') at the crossing of the Great military and. Emi grant tAorougnxare from Jrort leavenwortn via Fort Riley to New Mexico, Oregon, California, tec. &c., on a beautiful and gently undulating tract of ground, and nearly the centre of what must, from' its fertility and supply ot timber,be come one of the most delightful and prosperous valleys of Kansas Territory ; and, from its cen tral position, must be the county seat of one of the second tier of counties, being 33 miles from the Missouri river.' . . " -' ..-..' The Grasshopper, though it does sot trav erse so many miles in a direct line as some oth er streams .in Kansas, me seders so frequently that its length is more than dbuble of its straight course to Kansas river, into which it empties a bout 10 miles .from the town, thereby making large bottoms,' elegantly interspersed with tiia- tue most zertue ana lasting sou.. ., There are numerous branches enlerin? : into the Main stream in the immediate neighborhood of the town.11 of which are well wooded, afford' fS" the means for thsettlement and fencing of the cpland prairie, which is rich and beautiful. come densely populated, and sustain1 a. thriving ano-nusinesa ..uwaw .emiy jirnarwi xn-aai re spects as Osawkee. - A AawrMi is Sow in. op eratiou, a Smithy will Ve in a few day i--a brick maker on hand, and other, arrange nients for im provement early in thenf ing.V A bublic sale of Lots-will take place In the 'town oni:i- 'TSTERMS. One third Cash f balance pn COiupieuoH -u iue.- - . s - - ,vv. jr vzuai trettai. D. M. Raii.et, it'. JOHH DoNIPHAll. 3Vee.-iM,- I- ' " Marcus, i5oa ins. SftArTS ABO TJKXW , jtyf,. TOW jf ljx.ats, AJtS0a,,k,Bdcf Architecture, Hachfnenr, and every de!criptl9n of drawihg executed In a superidr sty1e,.and satisf action " giten. e?y Orders-left at the -Herald ceavTwnworfh will be rfomptly attended tew nOK SAIjH5, 500 "t-irbfr 0tsfc to arrive. IX fee2 FISHBR XTNNFR. i wriEnv ewu saw iai.i wui us " - uucii- Y,tttc-;Ltt JI'j par! .fc, jCc- f T 4 . s -wiv-- " - A ,f V. JgVV -a, lor eeu rit2r i4 atrial foiaei "feci v f-U-.t Utivi.'i'-!il.it; y;i 70,000 Cirart Xtegalia and Frineipea oa hand or sale id at wholesale and retails " U i Call,aM no article Tmcaa entidrf lai 2tl clothing 1 in will found trwitiisj; 4trtecrt i (tut tie suwTpefiarioas. -Wi.---.tiu;t : ) v ;n r - -CHAELES FRIS; 'SepL-2",S3i''"--- vii -.tij 3aT'.V.4it unf irtneiea yansty rxr.: f rora e-very tariitr-ef suiti; i; iius f "ru v j.i i :. jj, i. ..m . iM-tj'iimost reaaQsitle ;tf if eady made Sash;- doors, si window lina ana tnd for sale a; rWasoftable ! $ riee oTX ItOGEESf oh a, door: froa llain Liii. street, Weston, Miasoari. The. prsiat Prosrictac 61 ibis Hotel harinr tmrehasedth en4 tiro interest .he i takes this method cf .informing his f rienda andithectfayelunomririmitTthaf no -p tnw star: axpease will oesnared to anatos'taf gocsutoxias ooose comiortanie -ie narear nished the hocsa with fall the imodetn- imnrcis mentsy and with polite, indattentiy aasistnta he hopes iotoerri. a iiberakahare df pdblie paU renageii His table: will always be supplied with all the delieacies ef . the season 'and. from the long experience he: has had -in catering) lore the "inner man" he flatters himself that he can make the United iStatea Hotel a; pleasant home to all who may: xavor nun wita tneir. presence. . f v ; j uecemoer s, iol; . la-tr i k : . i WEVT GnOCERY CTOI1E. ' ':' j.xa.ymwotH x:. ' F. & W. ENGELSMCANNi;' 1 Would respectively ' inform the citizens of they have permanently located in &is place, 4nd have opened in their new" building "on' - Water Street, a general assortment of Family Groce ries, Boots Shoes, Sec, and invite the attention of the public to their, stock. - : xueir slock cmg races a variety trarxiciei pur chased with direct refernece to the trade bf Kan sas. :- They intend to keep a large assortment of all kinds of provisions, and in the spring expect to make' large and heavy additions tor their Stock. c Quick sales and small profSts, Is their motto, at the flew and cheap Grocery More on - Water Street. ' ': r -'- We invite the public to an examination of our articles feeling satisfied we can please both as to quality and price. Dec, 15; 1854,3m - Missouri Steam Planixtsr mil. Builders' 'Warero6mi--Sa8h2' Door ',.' and Blind Factory Mitt and Lumber Yard, Comer of Walnut if 9th struts, St. Louu. j TTTE have erected k lame steam si.t Tar I VY the purpose of manufacturing and keeping I on hand an assortment of doors.' sash. ' blinds. 1 mantels, base, shelvings, for stores;- palings for 1 fences, weatherboarding, flooring, and every I kind of carpenter work suitable for steamboats I team boats I and buildings. .Boards and planks planed on both sides to any thickness - required. 'Re split ting, ripping, scroll and circular sawing, plow ing, reiaung; aiso mournings-or very variety of pattern prepared at short notice.' : . . . - xeinr practical ouiiuers. empiovine none nut experienced workmen, we are prepared to fur- nisn woric as low as any establishment in the West. UuTTOorteis allWtfde'of seasoned lum ber, and warranted equal to that made by hand ; Considering the low rates of freight, carpen ters and others about to erect buildings' on. -the lines of railroad running into St. Louis, or oa the Missourior Mississippi river; will find it to tneir interest to purcnase all their work c ii uir wuri' ui ..II lumber from .us. ; We Jiave. printed bill of prices which we will send to persons who may nn ks-a ii r-r- rfti attention. IVpttiiPocS " ' . ' J -. Terms Cash. sep 15 SAWYER & McILVAIN. - Dr. E. IF. Drown. Occuliat. i"' RESPECTFULLY tenders his pro- S Ti Jfessional services to the citizens of upper Missoufi and the KansasTer-i ritory Haying carried; ;oa. an . Eye : infirmary for several years past in Platte city, Mo., and havinz treated a large number of patients with almost every description of . diseased Eyes, he flatters himself that he will be able to give satis faction, to all who may. desire his services. , Hie infirmary buildings are larre, and fitted un ao 1 that patients are not only ; well accomodated but A j x. : - rrL. j. . . . . . uiiuer uis uuuieuivv cue. ;., iue; cost oi oeing cured . at : his establishment ; is cqmpararatively small when traveling and other, expences to St. Louis or anyother distant point are: .considered. Persons feaving children laboring under longcon continued scrofulous disease of the Eyes are. most positively assured that they pan get them cured at hi infirmary. , Dr. Brown would, also, most respectfully invite ; ,th.e-. attention. :of . the med ical profession throughout the country to his es tablishment, and if cases of diseased. Eyes should spring up ire their practice that can, only be trea ted successfully at aAereinfirmnatyhe would be Herald ofiiee.,; ; f. . Tnoy 24. ?54,lyl . Corner of ! Main and '.Delaware Streets THE UNDERSIGNED beg ieave to an nounce to their friends and. the .travelling public tnat tney nave opened a larger . and com modious Hotel in the town of Leavenworth ' K. I T and are. prepared , to receive ( guests, either transient. or permanent.' -iney pledge mem selves' to'use, their utmost ; exertions to: please those who may favor them with a call. .-. Oct. 13, 1854. . ,A. T. KYLE. S T rioUSE JOlilEi AN CAKPEITTEi HAS located at Leavenworth, and will attend - to all business in tfts "line, in a workman like manner and at the shortest notice. Tsep 15 w; si aiuapHT. , , ; .. . " "... : t s. scnvccs : MCttPnY & fXDiUGG3V LtavenwortB Stkajs 8iw Mill, The undersigned have erected -and 'have in successful operation ai Leavenworth, K. T., a large Steam saw Mill of tne most approved model and with all the recent Improvements. They are ready to fill bills for lumber T eveiy description and in any quantity at the -shortest notice ana or xavoranie terms. . iu-. i .'n --.:-,;?::-;, HURPHYSAv SCRUGSS;- TT TANTED.l one or two laborer immediate- V V ly, to cut house -logs and makr raila ouji , - -r , T- I i ... t ciaim near, xteavenwertu. itauue mi - ..i tHOB'T L. REAMFort LeaTeaworth, ... March 9, l855.i:S-lW?-KJ t!;..' sifT 't'T Z-t "TTJ - '.Vr ? l The undersigned! desirous of pur - fertfceiae-'c-rBitf Caxrfer&ls&r Def paxtment. " I C'U-trf I i-l.T J'. i.'tV-'J Crlfl yrTAia.v- r-r.in-i froni four to eight yeirs.Df ageViad not lest than d.l;-- 'BeCl&iorz-jiit:-.& KkIstJ. Acsistant Quartermaster OiSeei'- '.;'.;', I'M to. his. .: If any further; informaUonis wanted, i vln call on CaptEastin, or W; ,H.: Adam vat- the :i?frln3; Fov Lememworfla, UnfttfbltZX S'Z. ' trcptrty narrz ot Ls tscici ; ' zzit vz? l i, aad a tsisit, about 1!3 tn; Z-z : Ttilouae is dslrj a prcl.1: t tz' -2-iitlU -Urrsd tf ?a 4avJ'-i cftzs ii xrilXXs credit i all Cr U:Tti? ithcJ4j;2pfj Leavenweth, eL T., Jan; 5, 1855. j u, , n T ri HE subscribers: Are. saw prepared to tcs1t : X bUls f or kindSL of lumtVr and laths, on; Wm.-r,3ielrtill.i4itft5ted - aouui ox cee ureex opposite taiATta- 1 worth QUgr; 8Crdvr4.at szy peiat oa iftheriyer. Teyisrill f&engriad' corn oa the j?AirroN &l yobs.: LTJMBEB:! OiTIMBEB 1 THE subscriber will -have .on hand and for sale, at "his; Xumber.t Yard' at the foot of i-.. lDOfOO feet ox? dressed paiedlrii" ;fjooTingj n ,w,wu te or seasonea )ine ana popiar aiding, x inch,;inch. and a hallv and Wrdindi 1J000 Panel Doors t ' v ' '". Shingle, nd lart; dUantUr of Laths; V " r , ! Aduanatr of Plauk." Doors. nd Sash, already . ' :: J.'W: SKINNER'; Ajjsht., i FebJm, 1855.y.tjf ' 1r t) ;; - j iwxttia, . waich Ajfr cloci-maxzi. jAertdoor.to BoUiday ' pickqft, T j Wxstoi, Mo.,' . v : i HAStusf received a full mad complete stock or new goods, and calls particular neuuon 10 ois one assortment ox . - J TTatcliet.1-';"" " Has Jos. Johnson's celebrated Chnrcrl Rttut ,jver Watches, in heavy Gold and Solved vases, warranted to keen perfect time. Clocks of all kinds and some of the finest ever brought' to this place j and an excellent stock of Silver Ware and Jr ancy lioods. .-. . , : . : Feb.. 16, i865,tf: ; ; -;; ; . :; ;;r;: " WHOLESALE AND-JlETAlL: DEALERS in Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Paints UUs, perfumery, Dye-stufis, Window-glass and wws-wire aiso patent xaeaicines. . r t .Weston, Mo.; ..Sept. 15, 1854 ;.?,'..; Ilolliclay Pretients. Just received per last steamer and in time for sortment of Gift ookf-omprisiag ; all . the popular annuals of tne new year, together ;witn a choice lot of new publications, both standard miscelaneous, School Books of every mi- 9t7t ovelf, Also J a.Jarge supply cnT stationary, comprising letter, cap, note and bill paper, pens. LUMl cucxjb hj, pruiyuig, tuiuue, piatu uiu enamelled, and an endless variety of Fancy- Arti cici, ure wurjts, ail ot wuicxi we are, seiung at lowjrates. - . -..ft . . ;.., TRUNDLE DIXON, Dec. 29 1854,-rtf. , ; . . "ST. OEORGE nOTEL." Corner of Main and . Thomas struts r ; j 1 ' ; WESTojr.'MoV'r 1 : r THE subscriber 'would 'inform the pub lie that he has fitted up this large and magnificent Hotel, in the very best style.- It is the largest, and most central Hotel in the city i ...... i . - --.. i. ... : X11S MUiO BU411 : 1WBV lC BUfCBU W1U1 Ull Des l?ac J?0" tLnoLit S nf WlU 9p no P"ns or Toubl making alat home who maylfavor him with a call. f -. bpt. ID.. RICHARD PEMBERTON. Union 'SXutxiftr Iile Insurance Co. 68 State Street fioston Mass. f V 'Tv r T -t 'V7 increasing for : the benefit, those in- CAPITAL, 04OO,C0O. CONSTANT sured. , Charter Uxumitxp ; A. JT WHITNEY.: General Agent for Kansas and Nebraska Sept. 15. . j v. 'r&lfZZ J?XT.MT.J?.JBjt:1 i IN STORE and for sale low.to clpse; ' J 20 Bureaus, ---i, ' i 1 Doz.TabIes, . 1 1- i 25 Beb Steads,-. ; V- : ::i r, , 1 J)ozr.Lounges,i iT?Ttv stj j , ,128 Doz. Chairf atiT , TUTT BAKER'S. West en, Oct. 13: 1854. ; . , ; ( ; '; :r j ; CALIFORNIA. v : ." ' ' ;H r. 'i; . . :-. Pxasons about crossing the plains this Spring in want of help of any kind, sich as, Team sters Stock Drivers Blacksmiths,, &c &c, can be supplied free of charge -by sending their orders to liimiT M Co.'s Employment Office 78 t, Chicago, DUnpg;or to Lucian Editor of Kansas Herald, Leav- P. S. In sending orders. Please state all partic ulars. The kind of help wanted.' -Where .waited. The wages paid, tc-.; , : . ; , j , Fntarj , :' ':;u4 M '';V'j011K:J..lTStl;!;:; - WHOLESALE AHP RETAIL DEALER I IT G ROCERIES AND PROVISlok Tetter . Rtrit- Teavenworth. 'Has obened at his newlmildinga. stock of goods which he offers to the ; citizens of Leavenworth and the surround ing country on the most f ayorable' terms'. . il will from time to time' replenish his.' stocky sd-Jas to, keep-on hand a full assortment of articles in the auove line. Jv,M-.tvKt2i ; j i''7. jProTieion -THE undersigned will pay cash at the highest market rate for every description 4f provisions xuehas butter, : eggs,; lard, chick ns, turtles, pork, bacon and . vegetables suitable fop table use, to be deuverea ax ine Xie arenworui nous-, Leavenwortn. X. r ..".;:" , , OetflS l&54tf. u . v. -JLxllxr :Ktlx. Eianayi T7eld fi Dralie, ' Atic THOLES ALE DEALERS IN ! BOOTS 1. V Y;hbes, No-154 Xlaih street; Stto is! Mo, Are inreceict of t&eir fall :stock 'o'f roods. comprising, p. complete assortment suitable ; for the fall trade... "Purchasers visiting the, city pay rely upon finding our stock equal in 7 assortment ana quality, w any lu viiis market, ana , ,v$ i ot Offefed'on the most favorable terms. " r' ep; 15. -ty STABLISZIEDi 1835,'iobbers ii Forea mad raihtsVoili. ahCdyes. : , Cmt2d.'n4Tf as-hix 1 f av-. c'TtftTira- - -: .ri: SIiIlli-II3 1 IiQCIii-3-$! t. r! TH A BR Tlin 'rrtria-at a verr-esiall I V V-ifif.taatslLa la-atw of'i 1 . V Cas co'e,J pslasses,' whiskey .aad-loI I x CalLtsl4 iatf?rf Tf i 5 -' '" I'Vj:;: .TTrrmn r I currvi oj ' J1-C15 " . : " " ' i I other hcusa in tie 7cn3ra t-itrr. Ciar purchases ZT-"7 l f?r cash, we fesl r2rtr-'lCT7- e:n c ,Tt frett lsduce-r:ts i t .in i:t. tr f : - i t y Vest. AEITHMETI muni - - - . S!P000 Daviee, EUly sSi-Adims: . 1 'AJDSy-T&i tedEsir&Shl feart L" U; III&!0 "HI- GStAITASSXJJ&irJr, Kirkaa indChai- ssv ?hiiq ' ? tiesi iGe0ligies HhetOTic? Jttw I' li'medivaFahd elasiieil wVrksJi?i:J ' PAPEI?-.V5cre3is tapi ftDni TJT KVo-t5-1 l,000;lSsn1ierfrknr$I )-toj ; z,uw buncues eoscaiJnt?ping;: i -.lrems wyelopei,.,-, . .aV .U..ni, sr? .27X42,., .dor . STATIONARY 50 gross 4 oxUtfcliij.:: j OU gross, 4 oz oius lnx; " 50 diilacVah Hue inks S '2000 ataelpeasxdj sz 2QJ0QbU M V.quillsWeiato 80. . . In word? one of t&e mctitomplt assortments v or KanoBary ever ottered ujtBi: market. BLANK EOOKS 101KX) fluirta cap bcoks, halt J "C bound c-ilJ tail il:? tii'p s 2,000 cap books, full boundsT ih.f ' 4,000 'demt,fBjfbounai w 4,000 . . f( ciedium. full bound: ;;i,000, ; V rpyajWfull.boundV ' - . ; ; A. H.A SHULT2 & CO.. have a obk. Bindery connected with 'their store.' which 'la -well tun- pueu .wtw.wyisoaq. piuowg u&ierms. woe re tnev maxe tneir own niait : vvoru. wnicn tne offer for sale in thei store, itefns: eouallr-wei if no bet,ter,made. than any blank books bought Intha eastern' jnarket'aiti bdered fprsare here, j ' All ktodydf Blank work made'td order on the shortest notice and wturranted- V mid RoAira rabonnd. - xoe' highest iaarket prlcV paid in' cash for Rags' J -71""A AMOS H. SHULTZ At-CO.. ' November 1 &i854--tf . , iiutui i m aw, kv. juuuu. MATHEW PARK'S 13 A ELD JL E TF Q UXL S , . - CORNER 5th -and Washington Avenue, St. Eouis; Mo. . Having . the largest establishment in- Saint Louis; we now have the most com plete aisortment ever offered, and respectfully-solicit The attention of purchas ers to our btock of t KTI.ZS, iOXB AKD UBiTt .i.iUSTONES, Monuments of every style, ..hydraulic cement, plaster of p-aris,fire bricks, white sand, together ... 'tv; l.J itV-tk. A, 1 w Wltn every tning connectea wiui me vraue. fratiavmr been engaged in tne above ousi ness tor a long time in xauaaeipnia. l nave maae such, arransrements as to supply my establish' ment, aid fill the largest' orders on the shortest notice. .' ' ----- ai.tr. Sep,22,54. : , - 1 . ; 5i v AUCTIONEER. f"1 Lea VEN worth. Kansas, Txa. . Will attend to the sale of . town. Lots, in any part of the Territory, and tor the sale of Real and personal property of every, kind, on the most reasonrble terms, j . j . Letters' addressed to the care of Dr. France, at Leavenwortn will be promptly answered. . c. npv.17, 1854. tf !r . . TO KANSAS IMMIGUAIVTSr STEAM Ferry Boat. The undeT- signed-withr pleasure' announce to-all persons imisTrat&Mt te Kansas, , California. Ore eon and Salt Lake city, that they have purchas ad a new, safe and .commodious. Steam . Ferry Boat, to ply between -Weston and tort Leaven worth. 5 All persons who may wish to exoss the Missouri at this point, may, rest assured that every exertion will be extended to them tc in sure a speedy. and safe transit across the riyerv Call and try us. . - . - j Sept.. 15. - , WELLS & WASHBURN. cr-r ?xl2 IN :LE AVEN WORTH. :, fTIHE Undersigned begs leave to inform the X citizens of Xeavenworth, that he has fitted up a room for the above business next door to G. M. & A." Fisher's Store,' corner of Cherokee and Water Street, where he will be glad to serve all who may favor mm with a can ' JFebruary 9,1855. ...22-6sm. .- o--.:-- - CT AfJTdODXTr. : s.J (NO. 1.) fTotlce to Settlers on Public Xs&ds Jh-'Eansas.'; :' : : ' T'TNDER the directions :'of Ihend OfSce pe U partment, notice is herebyi'given, :to, jail, wnom it may concorn, tnat te existing tinea vx the grants of lands to 'the "Board of Foreign Missions of the Presbyterian Church," as recent ly established by order df said. Board, in the Ter ritories lately ceded.to ihe United States by the Iowa -end Sac and Fox Indians, are to be respec ted and regirdedas the. true Jines of fliich grantx until juch laHds- shallbe surveyed in connection with the adjacent Government landsJ ' 1 -e' ' JOHN "CALHOUN, ! V I .-'- -V--- -f 'o -Surveyor General; of .' .Kansas and Nebraska.' r Surveyor .GenexaPs' Office. :".'..T Y ' . Fc-Xie4trwbrtlf,'pec.27;T854. 17-tf.: DA03Un?3 CT. lLCUXS nOTEt, 5S C&nwr ro 'xS&oni and-ffralnui:sineii ; J " : 8t.tloujs.mq. r"" -. - WSe.j4eave!to.sinoun-cetoour friends i JU th.fatrajelingrpubUc, that we will open the abovAnaraed "Snt commodiou r-5 :' a of guests, on Thursday, the 28th inst. tr i 1 pecLtfxllx?U4t -haxe f pdblic ;pa- tTO 2i""4V V .7 .U.t- '". . ' : - ' -', Th ablic obedient servants, ','' A55 T. THERON BARNUM. : : . nP.lflr.f.T.P.RS & STATION. Aerir iZ4f i-curia street, os. xauu -Cftrtfiitlv oh hand tha mof iti 'rtt Fourth Street, St. Lbuis- sjimleio assrtrsnt cf ScLool; Classical, Med-- . . ... tlk.ahj. LV..J .fWtnr ical and XriisceiaBwu .n --a jt talow9t-n05s2i price. ; sj? Inwfi,TepCl5th,ly . . I .' - s?i:S2 ,,' , 7. -" Li i.'ji wv'':-Ci 2 gPELLn.irx. J ..:z-ttrf asl'Etielfc: 2,CCl"CcciebT. I'owIj 1 -h1 Town.'.' JVJ tZ. MmU'.Al H - t-- "...ai'.-io 1 :r :t? . :; -sitj C W V i 753 : t2ia' ; -s f Utr-.9s dr-irath i cie to Z rirri! - -St.. lUif-trnv. with the clock V: .txs&:tex &isiZ!UU fcf.w.,uu ait5aatem'C4U,jria.It3f . .? ia. ti5 UU4M.' aVX GiXERN. SAlLSOAn. iJ T?M.7xf sr.7iJouis icjlwi Xffxx, 4?je yxsr i: Ptsseners- bvth flramt r?r-Vf.i r?rtiTf 1 take one the maejiger. Pacjt f re aL Aionjt AJtjihiiFafjtiiiIiifilrjl luuroaa to xsioomington; at lilooniifrtjsV cnicago tne Mlehigka-CenfrsJ- Railroad toDe roitjat DetroitlheGfiatiSlstern Railroad tat Ntagarsi FaHsy at Niagaxa?alfctte:iJiraorrk Centril B-iilroad tem Varff y lfott3& o IstjiCincizmaXrprtsxtilJujBjfexp ; 4tYfyG-?ii3 .rT.;e? t-.i oi -p.sjLa bis? jj 2d.ilfaing Ekprcaaat tL45 AiW.fexceptSam oay4 )KMmiituiry wito: umt w esenp 2tau- way, amvicr'-at Niagara aiJ'aK'Ai-jev-3ext-twrnins ;Albanr'-t-a-15V assd NW2 Yofkmt 9;15atii4?:ht:nt utiV- ' iss 3o srpy till or . 3d. Steamboat -Egrets it 12.23 Focb(cpt jsunaay,! c;ona.ecrmgwip tne worth Shorv Line of Steamers t tHtrjofttfrAt riving in 'Buffalo; tojsooneetfcwithr thgjji. ext afternoon Albany at dSflin the viprig and. New York at V-25. Also:r with- teaELrs ; f or Clevelandrthence-;$y RajJroad to rPitts- Dunkirk and, Buffalo.. r,ira .-t;. st 4th-NfeM s Express at 7.15 ; M. (except EA3r day ; cor4cting d urect through by;itaiiroA4 , -arriving at-Niagara Falls at 5 ?, n . next dxj .Albany at 4.30 in the morningr New, York . at. V.35 . AjMrTjth.. Steamer :f ox -Sanduslry, thence Jy t Railroad tp Mansfild,G NewArk, Zanesvilfe, Cblumbusj Pittsburgh, phjiJadeU phia, Baltimore, and Washington City. ' Connecting at' Detroit with morninr arnraaa fori Niagararalls, arriving in Buffalo sainrtve troit with ithe 'new, magnificent loW-pressrs steamers.' - - .- -'i .- u..ii; -t -PLYMOTH ROCK, Cxrt. WiLxouciiiTv WESTERN WORLD, Caft. STAirAmr J MAYFLOWER, Caft. HuPsoif. ' ""- Will resi daily between Detroit and "Bofalo e urnorth shore of Lake Erie, and through with out landing. - Ml O.i I. ; . -J ft These splendid boats are-vnecualled for thtis- size, magnificence and speed by any steamers U tht world. :-. i .- .i..--r Lines of first-class, low-pressure boats also rasi daily between Detroit and Cleaveland, Detroit and Sandusky Detroit and Sault Ste. Marie.aad xajte ouperior.' :r. .. -- .. - . .. f . N. B. Passengers by this line on arriving ai Detroit, and going farther East, have the libertr of taking the boats or the G. W. (Canada) R CI wiiaatJUtt;jxAtpuon. morning train hooluu eago connects at Michigan City with N.. A. Jt S. ttauroaa, LAiayeue, lndianoplis, Cincinnati, uouisviirr, xTayton, tseifontaine, . Uoluatrus, .nttsburgh and Philadelphia. . ffPassengers taking this route will find mew nu commodious tirs, gentlemanly conductors, and attentive baggage masters. - ' Baggage cheeked from Chicago "to Niag ara, t alis, without Exchange of Checks! - : 1" L Through tickets may be procured at the office of the' Michigan' Central Railroad Company. Nd.l27 .Fourth Street, opposite Planters Houso rid 'from' J. Br Carson; No. 28 Levee, or 5ft Commercial Street, and from the Agents at the racxet, and attne .book store of Messrs. Kellen berger & Atwood, Third street, Alton, and troni o ' fi . . ac.u ti; ... . G. D. SIBLEY, Ag't M. C, JL R. SenUmber 9, 1854.' ly THOMAS . CRET -: '.. ... XSWAX9 STLS GREY & BOYLE,;. . BOILER MAKERS, BLACKSMITHS, .' VjuAW SiHEET.iRoir WORKERS, (Main Street; between Carr and Cherry,) HAVING gone to a very great expensf to erect machinery for blacksmiths, making boilers, and sheet iron work, on the most ap- firoved Eastern plan, we; are now. prepared to urnish' everything belonging . to our ' business ten per. cent cheaper than any other establish ment in the Western country. All who are in want of anythi ng in our line of business, ' will find it to their advantage to give us 'a 'callj be fore purchasing elsewhere. T Repairing done at the shortest notice. Always on hand a variety f second-hand boilers. ' . v -' " V i N. B. Railroad axles, bridge work and every description' of blacksmifhrng done en short 'no tfee and accomodarJng'terms. : ' " "' ::pct. 13th, 1854 tf, ; 1: .: ;; LAiniRETH'S A GRtCULTURAL Warehouse and SEED iXTORE,'No; ,6, City Buildings; betweea Market and Walnut Streets, St. Louis ' Mo; Ta vid Landreth,of Philadelphia, respectfully an nounces to all whom it may interest that he ha located as above - a branch of his establishment Where may.be constantly found a general assort ment of Field and Garden Seed, which from the well-known reputation of Landreths Seeds it ia unnecessary to say .will be found fresh and gen nine, and of j superior quality . to: those usually offered for- saleiU Purchasers may rely upon ob taining good, seeds from - this . establishment None othenl wpl be offered. j ... ; -r ; ? - -, mpxements exi Junas tor ue xarm ana gar-. SOiet undersigned as Agent for Mr. D. Xan- dreth, would solicit the custom of all persons wanting reliable seeds or any kind of implement of real utility. . t;tf ia nvn- diiuhh'T f. : f gTOTE AND TOT TORXl ra c : Leavekwobth, K. T. " ?'''J l, The, Undersigned, Dealer.in Stove and S.e Manufacturer of all kinds of Tin.-wart, 1 s would respectfully inform the eitizens ?AS?4 pf Leavenworth and, Kansas Territory. and the pubuc--generally, -tnat ce nas on nana and will keep a constant supply at Wholesale Retail, all kinds of Stove?, iucfi ai cooking, par lor and'oSce stoves' Tinware of every descrip tion; from i 'stove boilers down.ta pepper boxes, and in ract. every arucre usuaiy xouna ln-suca aa estabUshnient." ; Guttering and repairing dona at "the .shortest notice.1 Work of every descrip tion executed to order- -- S .'T iv: fgvT Shop on Main Street.- Ebceurtge loo manufactures.-'.Prices as low as any place. ,:. GEORGE RUSSELL AgenL j December "8J 1854.', i34fil ' ..".,.-; iiibiEjQA OSert nls'servics to:the 'citizen of Leavea worth; and KansarTertitoryi and will undertake bttildings -of alldescriptrons and -etery gr,de at fair prices.-:' tie 'Lope -by; strict fertenUonV and promptness ih'the extcunoa of work, to 'merit a liberal share 'of patronage. - He has mad arttnge-Eerrfcr-fo r;ceningaa ' -txtensive- Lamber4; vjfard at Leavenworth, in the spring, and-xpiit a small assortment! a few Weeks. - -.Best I of-: references given:- H r-equirei as to c- Ltarenwarthi ncy, 21,54 tf.: . sn. TTOUCJS AIJD 'IG?H PAINTER.' ;I LSAT ' Or-worthy ET.f Will eaxry am callln-aacheo cttiia, ibova. busintss da this! ptace "ii will keep oa hjadaa ample stock cf rainti,LliYar aixhes, and tsrxafticks -ad In his line cf bar's-??. -tU -gitr-'Ui wlt.i--clw U -t. A t 4 , 1 V 5!. '.