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LAWRENCE, K. T.
Sitarday Horaiss, Ae?. 28, 1858.
Uberty of the Pwi.
w br the Kbertf of the press we understand
Li, the liberty of discussing the propriety of
measures and politic! opinions, let u
P. u mach of it a yoa please ; bat meant
rt Mf oafroiig. calumniating and dean-
aMother, I, for my part, own myself will-
. -wh mv share of it whenever our
.""-.utiirs shall please to alter the law; and
h3 cheerfully consent to exchange my liberty
jtajinc others for the privilege of not being
baJed mscii. - .
0- Probably before the next number
of the Eeraldof freedom goes to press, tbe
editor will be on his way East, to visit
Ij old friends in Pennsylvania, and to
close op important pecuniary transactions
which have been neglected for the past
four years. Heretofore he has felt that he
eouli not be spared, for even a few weeks.
torn his post; but now, when freedom is
tr.amphant, and the destiny of Kansas is
folly established, a snort time among
loved friends, who have done much to
t Kourage him by their confidence through
times of personal peril, as well as during
Tiilainoos attacks upon his character, will
cot interfere with business at home.
Daring the editor's absence, several
friends who have occasionally contributed
to enrich our columns, have promised to
write for us. Miss Heath has agreed to
look after local items, and will be pleased
to receive such assistance in that' way as
oar friends are disposed to furnish. We
hall endeavor to keep our readers advised
of our whereabouts, and if our time is
cot too much absorbed with other mat
ters, will try and famish several articles
which have been suggesting themselves
to us for a long time, but have been de
layed from a want of physical energy to
prepare them. We shall expect to be at
oar post by the first of October, in time to
cast a vote, if any shall be given, for
members of the next Legislature.
Time Brisk la Lawrence.
Thacher has just erected, at the expense
of several dollars, a new flight of stairs to
his printing office. Since their comple-
finn wo Vi OVA rYiomA turn np fTiroa run.
on on their wa7 up the same, whether I
tajpiojew ui mo C8wuiuument or to ouj
a newspaper, we are not advised. This
is proof, if the latter is the case, that busi
ness has revived again in Lawrence, at
least so far as Vtat establishment is con
cerned. At the Herald of Freedom office
we sold one newspaper last week, and
would have obtained a subscriber for six-
months if we would have taken a two
dollar bill on the broken bank of Tekama,
Nebraska Ter., in payment. One day last
week a gentleman called at our office and
bought a newspaper, the one we mention
ed above, and offered a five dollar bill in
payment. "We managed by borrowing
and promising to hypothecate the bill, to
raise the $4,95 in change. On examining
it, however, it proved to be a counterfeit,
which, by the way, wo do not receive at
this office in payment of the Herald of
Freedom, which we always guarantee to be
genuine. Then we were offered a bill on
the Bank of Tekama. That not being
current, a one dollar bill on the Thames
Bank, of Indiana, was tendered us. As
we had several dollars of that currency,
as well as . Tekama, on hand, which had
"stuck," we concluded to charge our friend
in account, but the sale was effected nev
ertheless, and the one copy of the Herald
of Freedom was disposed of for that week.
This is proof that times are actually get
ting brisk; he who asserts to the contrary,
does so with the view of injuring the
business prospects of the place, and as
such should be denounced in a two or
three column article in the next Hepubli-
A New Paper.
The first number of the Junction Sen
tinel, published at Junction City, Kansas,
u received. Its mechanical appearance
is very good, and it is edited with ability.
We regret that the editor has attached
himself to the Democracy, as it seems to
us mai ms neia ox nseiumess is very
much abridged thereby. The true posi
tion of oar Kansas newspapers is inJ-
pendent, until we are a State. No one can
tell how parties may be shaped in Kansas
until that event. It does seem to us that !
no "conservative" man, can identify him-
alf with the "Democratic" party, as or
ganized in the past. The Sentinel is lo
cated at the most westerly point in Kan-
l. i ....
wmca is xavorea wun a newspaper,
hence we shall watch , its local columns
ith interest, and presume we shall have
sequent occasion to select liberally there-
irom. Szsj. H. Ketshl Esq., is editor.
Our friends at McCamish will please
ccpt our thanks for the generous list of
wtsenbers which they furnished us the
past week. Jsow is the time to send your
rnes, friends. If each subscriber would
tke it upon himself to add one name to
OMlistit would aid us materially, and
, encourage us in our endeavors to make
just such a paper as the wants of Kansas
aemand. The time and effort would
be lost. Terms, $2,00 a year, or
w.W for 10 copies. -
(XT We publish two letters from Le
compton this week, one making charges
upon the Begisier cf the Land Office, and
. 8 othcr explaining the facts in the prem-
We shall take no position in the
totter, but our columns are open to both
"rtes, so long as the discussion shall bo
ucted m a gentlemanly manner.
"aust Mr. Moom mav feel annoyed by
9 charges, it is better the matter should
w ttrt ttan that it should be allowed to
. pass unnoticed. - ' :
- .- Ofatexs Wasted. v
V 11179 ieard from JudSe Coitwat,
President of the Leavenworth Con
ftituUonal Convention. Will the Judge
80 kind as to inform us in regard to
oysters he lost in thatwager relative
to tie size of the yota cast on the Leav
jaworth Constitution? We are waiting
oysters, Judge. Please hurry
"waup. . : .
0 "Business ia verj brixk in Law
rence, and times are easy." 1 Ax an fe vi
deo c of it, we may state thai money
readily command- from three to five per
cent, jper month. It is so easy that the
former publisher of the LepuUican has
retired from that establishment on account
of having an excess of money at interest
in a horn.
Hew Church (Swedenborgian.)
The meeting advertised to be held last
Sunday, in the Baptist Meeting House,
over the old City Drug Store, of those
favorable to the formation of a new Church
Society, was postponed till next Sunday,
29th inst, at the same time and place.
(7- Our friend and typo, B. P. Trash,
has the thanks of the editor for a fine
water-melon, which proved to be very
luscious, and contributed its full share to
relieve us of the " blues," induced by over
OiTThe disfranchised district," so
termed, embracing nearly all the counties
in Southern Kansas, will hold a Delegate
Convention at Ottumwa, Coffey county, on
Tuesday, the 21st of September, to nomi
nate three candidates to represent them in
the next Legislature.
0 Memorials are in circulation, and
several have been forwarded to Gov. Dzn
teb, praying him to convene an extra ses
sion of the Legislature, to make an appor
tionment of representatives among the
various counties, for the next Legislature,
C&- We are requested to give notice
that the Free State Committee of Douglas
county, will meet in this city on Monday,
August 31st, at 11 o'clock A. M.
Fort Scott vs. Other Towns.
The reader knows very well the em
barrassments which surrounded Fort Scott
during the late difficulties. They were
sufficient to have crushed the very exist
ence out of a place of less energy and
recuperative power. 1 ho streams ox em
igration were all cut off from us, while
the population that was amongst us was,
to a painful extent, driven out The few
who had money, sent it to the State for
safe keeping. Here and there only could
a man be found bold enough to put up
more buildings, to run the risk of fire from
men within and without the town. And
vet in defiance of these embarrassments,
rf . . , i? ii -i
we have put up more buildings than al-
in Kansas, during the
nter and present summer.
From tk Fort Seott Democrat.
Ed. Herald ok Freedom : At an anti-
Lecompton meeting, held at Wyandott,
in July last, a resolution was adopted,
. " TT TTT tTT
nishly complimenting, hod. win. neer,
late TJ. S. District Attorney, for his prompt
mu, a in arranriTir tbft nrn-
"'7" " " ;;72:"Vu
gramme ior cobuuchuj; ni sreuuu uu mo i
Conference bill, before his successor, A. U
Davis, was qualified to act," and broadly
insinuating that the people of Kansas are
entirely indebted to Mr. Weer's "prompt
co-oneration with us" for a fair election.
While we have an appreciative sense of
the prompt and patriotic services rendered
by Mr. Weer while a member of the Board,
and while we nave no sentimeni in com
mon with the Administration's Kansas
policy, we, notwithstanding, cannot refrain
from expressing our nignest approDanon
of the conduct of Gov. Denver, Secretary
Walsh and District Attorney Davis, in the
management of the recent election.
Ane lauaaoie spiru- vi iiru iiu-
partiality maniiesiea oy mese geaweiueu,
in annointiner Judffes. establishins pre-
cincts. counting returns of election, &c ,
justifies us in ascribing to them a large
share of tne Honor ana credit wmca may i
attach to the Board, for the fair, quiet and
- i,:t, v, u,-:aa i
Deaceful manner in which the obsequies
et the oversown tyrant Lecomptonism
U. W. JJllLiEil
Speaker of the House of Representatives.
President of the Council.
Lawrence, Aug. 23, '58.
Tawrknck. Auff. 28. 1858.
Ftora-Superfine. 3,W); Extra, 430 bun.
Wheat sji' w uusaei.
Corn 0c. " , . ,
Cork Msa.1. $1,00 bushel.
Whits bbans s.wr ousuoi.
Cbackkrs I2e. .
Fresh bcttkr e. w m.
ChSKSK 1520c. "
Brow Scoak iu12c. "
Whiti - 15o. "
Rica 1012Kc "
COFFEB 16i30c. "
Bacos iesi4o. "
Manilla Ropb 25c.
" Sterine, S3c. "
Tallow 12 ic. "
florroM Battiuo S5. "
RON 710c. "
Nails 9c. "
Castings c. "
Loo Chain W312X0. "
Stov Fip 16c.
fiiBKS Green, 3c.
" Dry. 8c.
S alt 9 sack of SOOfcs, U.
Axes 'ew England pattern, tlS.
Saws Cross cut foot. 75o.Q,00.
Ox Bows r piece, 25c.
Socxa pair. 30S50o.
Boots Stogie pair, f3,0035. .
" Fine, 3.T540.
- Calf. 405,5O.
ShktiNGS Brown yard, 10915c.
Pxists W yard,&Sl5c.
On. Linseed, gallon, $1,50.
" Lard, 31,25.
-Fish, " $10.
Bcrnino FLtncD 9 gallon, $15.
Molasses " .,6i!Sa75c
Strup " $LW.
W ooD-Hard, oord. $34,00.
Coal Stone, 9 bushel. 30c.
Saddles $?30. '
Harness-r set, ')$S50.
Olass 10, 9 50 feet, $3,00.
- 10X12 3,25.
Lrxa-w thousand, $30.
Shisoles 9 thousand, $504,00.
Woax Oxen $U5.
HOME AND MrES $aOm.
Hoas On foot. 9 100 s, $3,00.
Sheep rC5030. .
LmiEa Wagons $100S125.
Ox Yokes, Bows akd Bqtqs $3,0OS5.08.
. . Basket irxeetlms; ;
A Basket Meeting of the Friends of Progress
will be held at Twin Mound, Douglas county, h..
T on the first Sunday In September next, com-
mencinz at 10 o clock A. U .
The meeting will bs cpen to the discission ol
all subjects pertaining to tea interests of the
rsea and the elevation and refinement of hn-
msnity each individual being alone responsible
for bis own utterance. Able speakers have been
invited, and are expected to be present. All
who feel an interest in the triumph of Truth and
the speedy overthrow of Error, are earnestly in
vited to attend. Come en, iri ends, let ns move
while the world Is moving!
- EDWIX SMITH,
; CEPHAS HUDDLESTON. ;
- HARRIET SCOTT, '
Cbes esf Ana jeminft.
Oaio State ud Unlets Law College.
THIS Institution has been removed to Cleve
land, Ohio. Degrees are legally conferred.
and students upon graduating may be admitted
to practise. For Circulars address, at Cleveland,
(Feb 13 58-ly) . 11. A. KING. Secretary.
Omci OF THX O.W. S. OF I. O. OF G. T.,
Laurence, May 18, 1658.
has entire jurisdiction over the order of Good
iempisrs in ail parts of Kansas, inosewunmg
Lodges organised, or any information respecting
the rder, will please address the Q. W. C. T, or
tey will receive prompt attention.
Papers in the Territory friendly to the cause of
Temperance, will confer a favor by giving the
above a notice. wS3
In thia nlace. an the 4th inst .br the Kev. C.
If. Callowav. Msior T. W. Snzxx aw. U. S. Ar
tillery, to Miss Mary IL Shakxom, daughter of
the lion. Y llson tens anon, ex-Governor ol tnis
Territory, and formerly of Ohio.
Hides! Hides!! Hides!!!
snnioxs & leadbeater,
Xo. 22 South Main Sired, St. Louis,
Forwarding and Commission Merchants
KANSAS FREIGHT AGENTS.
"LTAYING unrivaled facilities for the sale of
tildes, Tauow, Ac, we are fully prepared
to obtain the
HIGHEST MARKET PE1CE
For all shipments to ns. and will make liberal
On the same, when requested.
Onr commissions for selling are 2 per eent.
on amount of sale. V e also
BUY AND SHIP
Any Goods ordered, at the
Lowest 3?ossi"ble Hates!!
With fands in hand, onr commission is the
same as for selling.
August 28, '53. it
KIMBALL BROTHERS have now in opera
tion their Foundry and Machine W orks
and are prepared to furnish Mill Work of aU
GFNES. horse powers, sugar mills.
THRESHING MACHINES, and all kinds of
Machinery needed in Kansas. Having long felt
the need of Works of this kind ourselves, we
have fitted up our manufactory with a view to
the wants of Kansas, and feel confident we can
give perfect satisfaction to all wishing Machine
ry, uive us a call berore purcnasmg eisewnere.
Particular attention paid to repairs. Old Cast
August 38, '58.
13. C. BROOKE, - - Iroprietor,
Cor. of 3d and Haldeman Sts.. Lecompton.
HATING refitted and completely renovated
the above Hotel, it is now one of the most
desirable stonmne-nlaces in Lecomnton.
1 nere is commodious staDimg ana a pienmui
supply of hay and grain attached to this Hotel.
B i AUin eave tms nouse aauy ior ui paru
of the Territory.
Uenslej", Ilnsaell A: Co.
Xo. 1U0, Lee,
Leavenworth, - - - - - Kansas.
"TTTHOLESALE DEALERS in staple and
fancy Groceries. Wines, Liquors, Cigar:
xobacco. &c, c
We are now in receipt of the HEAVIEST
KTOflK OK GROCERIES WEST OF ST
LOLIS. PurchaBinsr our stock in ew lork
Baltimore and Mew Orleans, almost entirely for
cash, we are enabled to sell to tne country traae
at at. Liouis wholesale prices.
We are paying prompt attention to tne ior
warding of all Goods consigned to our care.
Leavenworth, Aug. 2e, ds.
XV. E. Sutliff, ,
MERCHANT TAILOR, Wholesale and Retail
Dealer in Cloths. Clothing, and Gent's
Furnishicz Goods, at onr new ttand. under the
Eldridge House, first door from Saloon. (See
Tombstones and monuments in
TX7"ILLbe furnished to order, in Lawrence, by
Vy p j Wagkeb, agent for Echelberry
jjer, Leavenworth, X
August 28, '58.
Debtors Take Notice X
T7XTENSI0N. Those indebted to me, upon
rj k0 or accounts, can obtain an extension
nntil the 1st of April next, or for one year, by
renewing ineiriioies wiiu socuriw. juothuu
fai. that nroDuaition on or before the
1st of September next, will find their notes and
accounta in tbe hands of the proper officer for
collection. No respect to persons.
Aug.21 3w B.a.ttUUU.
IS hereby given to all persons holding certifi
cates for Lots previous to tbe first ot March,
1858 in the Town of Franklin. Douglas county.
K. T to call at my office in said town, and pay
the balance due thereon, and receive their title,
on or before the first day of October next, or the
contract will be considered void and of no effect.
J. tUUKUii, Proprietor.
Aug. 91. 3w
NOTICE is hereby given, that letters of ad
1 ministration upon the estate of Uenrt M.
Bereshire. late ol Johnson county, deceased,
nave been gran ter to me by tne Jonnson county
court, bearing date the eleventh day of August,
A. D. 1KW.
All persons ha vine claims acainst said estate
are required to exhibit them to me for allowance.
within one year irom tne date of said letters, or
they may be precluded from any benefit of such
estate ; and if said claims be not exhibited with
in three years from the date of said letters, they
will be forever barred.
Adm'r of Henry M. Berkshire, deceased.
Aug. 21, '59. 3t
T)ETERSOX S Ladies' Magaiine. Ballous"
X .Monthly and lankee lotions lor septem
Aug. Si, lf-x.
W. E. SUTIilFF
Has ItemoTcd in party
MERCHANT TAILOKIXG, CLOTHING.
An FumiAhiag Store,
Under Eldridge House,
First door from Eldridge Brothers' Saloon.
IITILERE. in connection with his old stand.
V the Clothinr Emoorium. No. 5. Massachu
setts btreet, he will continue to prosecute the
Clothing Business in au its orancnes.
Mr. rs. nurooaerf soon to sro tail to maKe
fall porchaj.es, and will sell CLOTHING and
FURNiSHLNtt GOODS at creatlt kedixed
prices, to make room for his Fall Stock. Give
ns a call, for now is the time to ret UrkCAl
BARGAINS, in the way of making to order
Coats, Vests and Pants; Rcady-Made Clothing
and Furnishing Goods.
B. All persons indebted to me are requstea
to call and pay uporfAtciM.
Lawrence, August 14, 1653.
8tlen from Me,
f'S board tbe Steamboat Meteor, on the night
W of tne ran ot 3iay, teoe, between Jenersoa
Citr ud Kansas City, two Land Warrants : one
in favor of nidow jemima vsoorne. a o.oiao;
the other in tavor of imam Ackerson. o
i3 J68. 1 forbid all persons buying said Warrants.
as I have made application to the Commissioner
of fensions for duplicates tor saia w arrant.
J our 17, as. rAiiiiR. nz.ituiu.v,A.
I rp HE REGULAR MEETDfGS of Lawrence
i X iMln. No. 6. are beld on the first Thursday
of each month, in Masonic HalL Babcock A Ly
TTRORATE AND COCXTY JUDGE. Riley
X County, K. T., Attorney. Counsellor and
Solicitor in supreme ana u.&.isonra,anavien
eral Land Agent, Manhattan, K. 1.
August i lex. - -
Scbl X3oks X Seheel BKa I !
THE subscriber has on hand Town's. MoGuf
fer'K. Hander's Sarrenta. and Tower's Series
of Readers; Websters fcpellinr Book, Greenl ears
Ray's. Colbnrn'a, Smith s, and Watson's Arith
meties; Pinner's, Bullion's, Green's, and Wells
Grammars. Slates, Ac. Ac, tor sale cheap at
th Hook Store. Post Office building, Massa
chusetts street. : O.WILMARTH.
lAwrence. Aug. . 1 - w
Notice " ''
T ETTERS OF ADM1XISTRATIOX npoi
JLd estate of Willi ajc LTCUf, deeeased, were
m-ntA t the nndersined on the 28 day of July.
I A. D, AU persons having claims against
aid estate, are required i present tor nauim
wi lain one year, or tney may e piwibbw troai
any benefit of j saw aw . WTI . Vrtxr
lamftT.ime. g.i.i i.n nr. m mj.
HERALD OF FBEHDOH
THE PROPRIETORS of this Establishment
respectfully call the attention of the public
to the facilities they possess for contracting for
and finishing, in the neatest and most substantial
manner, all kinds of ,
- i -
BOOK AND JOB
The printing material is new throughout, the
different departments having been furnished
with a special view to the wants of the people
of Kansas. The
is under the superintendence of a first class
JOB PRINTER, who has closely applied him
self to the study of this department of the Art-
He has been eonnected with the office for three
rs, and knows the wants of the people of
Kansas. Any one wishing anything in the line
PLAIN OR FANCY JOB PRINTING
will find Mr. WHITCOMB alwaj-s ready to do It
We are always prepared with Fine and Beauti
ful Material, for the printing of every variety at'
Posters, Hand Bills
SEOP BILLS, SHOW CARDS,
UOTHS 3 JalD&f
and all descriptions of
GENERAL BUSINESS BLANKS,
for the use of all classes of the community;
We can print in nearly every style, shape or
variety of the Art.
Our office is also fitted up with a special earo
for the neat and handsome printing of
CERTIFICATES OF TOWS STOCK,
of which we have abundant specimens, both as
to style and price, from which Town Proprietors
can make selections.
We have been called upon to address particu
lar attention to this item, and we refer to the
great variety of Certificates we have printed fox
the numerous Town Companies of Kansas, as
specimens that cannot be excelled. We chal
We are completely furnished with Type and
Presses for the quick and neat printing of
BOOKS AND PAMPHLETS,
of any sise or style, as handsome and substantial
as any office in the country.
We call attention to the appearance of the
GENERAL AND PRIVATE
AWS OF KANSAS,
passed by the Legislative Assembly of 1857-8, as
specimens of our Book Work.
Our type, material and presses for this depart
ment are new, and we eaa turn out the best work
with the greatest rapidity and ease, at the short
The increase of business has compelled as to
fit up a
NEW STEAJtt PRESS,
to perform all our heavy press work, each ae
books, pamphlets and newspapers.
Our Hand Pabsses are adapted to the fine
execution of every variety of hand press work,
such as Show Bills, Display Cards, CLrcalAr.
Certificates, Law Blanks, Ac, Ac, and nej,t
Wedding, Invitation, Address and Business
We are making arrangements to receive a ne r
BUGGLE'3 PA TEXT
EXsTGrUSTE JOB PBESS,
for the rapid printing of small jobs. Also,
CORDON'S FAST CARD PRESS.
We print in BR0NZE,C0L0BS.&e as fancy
Additions are constantly made to our stock, a
the business requires, and the office is always in
are aa reasonable as at any office in the West.
The whole establishment is under the general
superintendence of Mr. Beowk, who is fullj
qualified to direct the business by a large prac
tical experience in every department, extending
through twelve years.
To make satisfaction complete, we are grati
fied in being able to state that the bset Book
Binder in the West is located in this town. Mr
DODSWORTH can exhibit most beautiful and
substantial specimens of Ruling and Binding,
Blank Books, &c.
This makes the whole system complete, by
which we are enabled to perform all kinds of
printing and binding, without the delay and low
ol tending oat of the Territory.
The PaoraiXTORS feel that thanks an due to
their many friends and patrons for the liberal
rapport the; have received; and aa we hereby
express our gratitude, we would call attention to
the fact that we are able to supply their want
of this description more readily and satiefactor
ihr than ever before. "
We pledge ourselves to give entire satisfac
tion t all who may call upon us, and we ask aU
persons in want of any description cf Printing,
to call and examine our work and price. - -
C W. CROWN & CO.,
GOODS AT COST
-A-TJOTIOlSr 1 1
k C. BUNCAX ARE NOW SELLING
their entire stock of
' COXSISTUTG OF
A LARGE VARIETY OF DRY GOODS!
fiEADY .-MADE CLOTHING!
GIIOOEXXIES, SsC, CcO.,
'.i AT COST
OS PEX7ATK aiLE, ASD OS
SATURDAY OP EACH WEEK, AT
They h-4Tft gold their store building, and pur
pose ret jring from business, hence their desire
to clos j ont their stock.
Th-jse indebted to the firm are expected to
male umliaU payment.
wrence, August 7, 1858,
The. Txebitobt of Kansas,)
Third Judicial District,
rpilE District Court of the 3d Judicial Dis
trict, in the Territory of Kansas, for the
trial cf criminal and civil causes, under the
provisions of the Territorial laws, will, in ac
cordance with the requirements of law, be held
at the following times and places, vis:
In the county of Madison, at tbe county seat,
on the second (2d) Monday of September next.
In the county of Coffey at, Burlington, the
temporary county seat, on the third (3d) Monday
of September next.
In Anderson county, at the county seat, on the
fourth (4th) Monday of September next.
In the county of Allen, at the county seat, on
the first (1) Tnesiav nfOctAW n.it
In the county of Bourbon, at the county scat,
on the second (2d) Monday of of October next.
In Linn county, at the county seat, on the
fourth (4th) Monday of October next.
The business of unorganised counties of this
District, which are by legislative enactment,
attached to other organised counties for judicial
purposes, will be transacted, in compliance with
the provisions of law, in the counties to which
they &re severally attached, at the proper times
piaces a Dove atateu.
These Cnnrta twin?, hv annnSnt.mnnt. nf fh
laws of this Territory, and exclusively for the
trial cf causes arising under the Territorial laws
and Territorial jurisdiction, the expenses thereof
wiu oe aajustea ana paid as prescribed by these
The U. S. District Court for the third f3,tt Jn
dicial District, of the Territory of Kansas, will
be in session at Fort Scott, on tbe third Monday
of October next, for the trial of causes instituted
under the provisions of the Laws of the General
Done at Fort Scott. Bourbon rnnntv. in th
Territory of Kansas, this twenty-eighth day of
T TVTT T Til?
Judge of the 3d Judicial District of the Terri
tory oi Jvansas.
Order of Publication.
IS THE PaOSATS COCBT OF DoCGLAS CoiTJfTT,
Territory of Kansas.
Chakles Matxky, Pl'ff, Petition
, S and
Willi ax S. Mactox. Deft.) Attachment.
NOTICE is given that a Petition has been filed
in the Probate Court of Douglas county,
by Charles Matney, plaintiff, against William S.
Maupin, defendant. Said petition states that
the said defendant, on the lth of March, A. D.
1837. made hia nromissory note in writins. and
delivered the same to the plaintiff, in the sum of
two Hundred dollar?, upon which note there are
two vsredits, amounting to twelve dollars and
fifty cents. Plaintiff prays judgment against
fif.id defendant for one h undred and eighty-seven
Uollars and fifty cents, together with interest
thereon. Notice is also given that an order of
attachment has been issued in the above entitled
And the said defendant, William S. Maupin,
is hereby notified that he is required to answer
the above mentioned petition, on or before the
18th day of October, A. D. or said petition
will be taken as true, and judgment rendered
accordingly, and the property attached as alore
said, will be sold to pay such judgment.
It appearing to the satisfaction of the Court
by affidavit filed according to law, that actual
service of summons cannot bo made in the Ter
ritory upon William S. Maupin, defendant in
the above entitled action, service by publication
has therelore been ordered.
CHRISTIAN & LAXE.
True copy, attest: Atty's for Plaintiff.
T. J. bTEBNBSuty, Clerk of Probate Court.
August 14, '53,Ow
ITIarmiton Town Company
rPHE abov Comnanv now nffar inducement
A unequalled by any Town Company in the
The Company have j ust completed the largest
Hotel u southern Kansas, being three stories
high And containing twenty-four large, commo
diou a sleeping and sitting rooms, in addition
to '-he hotel, the Company have built a large
Storehouse, which will soon be well filled with
Ul the commodities needed in a country like
ours. A large number ot carnenters are now at
work erectingresidences.8b.op8, offices, Ac The
Company offer great inducements to mechanics
and others, wishing to locate. The town, from
its central location, being the geographical cen
ter of Bourbon conntr. must always command
an extensive trade and soon become an impor
tant town in southern Kansas, as it is surround
ed by as GOOD FARMING LAJSDS as were
ever tilled by the husbandman.
CLAIMS. Good and desirable claims can be
obtained in close proximity to town and timber.
Marmiton is tmlendidly and must be health
fully located, being on a high rolling prairie.
It has beautiful streams of water washing its
northern and southern limits. An excellent
STEAM SAW AND GRIST MILL
has lately been erected, and is now in successful
CLIMATE. Marmiton is situated in latitude
3750,:And longitude, 17 47 west from Wash
ington.. The Tnerraometer does not indicate a
highej degree of heat than ninety, and never in
the winter gets below sero. Farmers and Me
cbAnics find no inconvenience in doing out-door
Work in the winter season. Cattle, bogs, sheep.
etc., do well on tbe prairie dunng the entire
vear. There is always a nleasant breexe in the
hnttAst iio.v of summer, which makes the heat
less oppressive than in many of the northerner
Ktates. Ijota will be sold at exceedingly low
figures to persons desirous of building.
j. n. juai.s, rresiaeni.
HORATIO KN'OWLS, Vioe Pres't.
T. R. Roberts, Seo'y, aug.14.
Tereitoby of Kansas, Johssoh Coustt, sa.(
Court of Probate.
r. Civil action.
Brocket A McKav.)
THE defendants. Brocket & McKay, non-residents
of the Territory of Kansas, will take
notice, that on the 27th day of J une. A. D. l&c,
the plaintiff filed bis petition in this case, the
substance of which is. that the defendants are
indebted to the plaintiff in the sum of a-itf, for
goods sold and delivered.
The prayer is for judgment for that sum. with
interest from the 9th day of January. A. D. l&d
The said Brocket A Mc Kay are notified that an
ordzr of attachment has issued in this case
against their goods, chattels and effects in this
They are required to appear, answer or demur.
by tbe 6th day of September next, or the petition
will be taken as true, and judgment renderc
against them on their default for that sum .4
Aug. 14, '5d.-4w S.B.MJfRlCK, Clerk.
Teeeitort or Kaxsas. Johhsox Corxrr.&s.
Court of Probate.
J. Hisar Sxtth,)
re. Civil action,
H. R, Hall. )
THE defendant, H.R. Hall, non-resident of the
Territory of Kansas, will take notice that
on the 17th dav of July. A. D. Its, the plaintiff
filed his petition in this case, the substance of
wnich is that tbe detenaaut is lnaeotea to me
plaintiff in the sum of one hundred and forty
nvedollara. on a oromissorv note.
The prayer is for judgment for that sum, with
interest from the eth day of May, A. D. k&J. The
said Hall ia notified that an order of attachment
has issued in this case against his lands and
tenements in this Territory.
He is required to appear, answer or demur, by
the oth day ct September next, or tne petition
will be taken aa true, and judgment renderexi
against him on his delauit tor tbat sum.
Aug. 14, '53.-4W S. B. MYKICK. Clerk.
i Charles m ato,
I TJ Y yirtue of an execution, to me directed.
AJ from the Court of Probate for Johnson coun
ty. Kansas Territory. 1 will offer for sale at pub
lic e&ction on Satnrdar. the seth day cf Annst.
l&d, between the boors uf 10 o'clock A. at. and
4 o'clock P. M. of said day, at the Court House
at Gum Serines, in said county, the following
real estate, wita the appurtenances, to wit :
Share Ho. 135 u the town of Olathe, in said
county of Johnson, containing 8 lots, vix.: Lot
m two, in Block forty-one: Loi w, one, in
Bloek (53) fifty-three; Lot (5) five, ia Block (59)
fiftr-nine? lit (M) twelve, in Bloek liifi forty:
Lot (2) twentv-eight. ia Block (20) twenty; Let
tu) sixteen, ia Block z) two; lot W rune.
Block (741 MTenty-fonr. and Lot (15) fifteen.
Block C't) seventy-two. Ob Lot one. in Block
53, there is a good one slcry and a half house.
rrame, with a good Kitchen attacaea, wxen m
tbe BroMrtv nf f!h&rl Ma.in.nne of the defend'
anu. Appraised at the sum of t- Terms of
sale, cash. PAX-COSUBOVB.
J uly 31. IS.5t Sheriff of Johnson Co., K. T.
CHARLES IX. BRAKSC02XISE,
Attorney at law;
PARTICULAR attention gives to Land eases.
Lawrence, K. 1, ajtu 1, ico. .
LawrcBte Snsiness Directory.
ilLXER A FTJLLER. Phyiicians and Surgeons
Lawrence, KacF&a. Partionl&r attention given
T arfenr an! diseases of the Eye.
J0H B. WOOD, Land Agent and Money Bro-
wr, uswrenee, anas.
H. SHANKLO, Wholesale and Retail Boot and
cnoe ueier. -S
9AISe?rlnI)r Goods and Groceries
i0JiNlv95l?iCOUBselor' Qd Attorney at Law.
"v.r www n, Alt y at Liw sad Labi Agent.
KIDENOUR A BRO Land Agents and Real
Mf RROW HOCSE, Morrow Eldridge,
CENTRAL HOITSE. B. Johnson
S.X.AVUUD A CU Real Estate Agents and
Dealers in Excnanre and Money.
. X. WOOD, hotary Publie and Commissioner
tf Deeds for Ohio.
STEARNS, Grocer and Provision Dealer
except V hwky.
. B. B URXHAM, Dealer in Seeds and Agricul
GREAT EXCITEMENT i
HON. MARCUS J. PARROTT.
THE AUGUST ELECTION !4
B. F. DALTON & CO.
WILL SELL OUT
THEIR IMMENSE STOCK OF GOODS AT
A- LUST I consisting of
Clothing of all Kinds!
Suitable for the
Farmer 91 ecnanlcXradeama.a and
Gentleman of leisure.
BOOTS AND SHOES!
Of every description and quality.
HATS AND CAPS!
That can't be beat for beauty, cheapness and
GENT'S FURXISHLYG GOODS!
Of every style and quality, and a great many
otner articles too numerous to mention.
ThU Larg Stock Mwt be cloted out at once, and
Monty realized, no matter at vhat acrtfc!l
Ladies' Boots and Shoes ! ! S
OF ALL KINDS t
That will astonish them at the low prices that
will be named tor the same.
THOSE THAT BUT AT ONCE, BUY BAR-
IXA.rrOT Sc CO.'S
Ccllamore Building, Lawrence, K. T.
July 17, "58.
DRUGS AND MEDICINES!
FIIEXTISS 4c GRISWOLDi
ARE now receiving and will keep constantly
on hand a Large and well assorted stock of
Drugs, Medicines. Chemicals, Ac embracing all
the articles generally kept by Druggists and
Chemists, at the
aWrenCe DlU2 StOre
PATENT and ECLECTIC MEDICINES of
all kinds, and every variety.
CHOICE LIQUORS for medicinal use. all
kinds ior such purposes.
PAIXTS, OILS, rJJtyiSILES. ZBCSILES, fe.
Cisrars and Tobacco of the finest and
Consisting of Pocket Knives, Surgeons' Instru
Si:pporters. Shofldeh Braces. Breast
Pipes and Pumps, Sy&ixqes, Xo., of every kind
in common use.
Punei, Fortmounaiea, and Pocket Books,
FANCY GOODS and PEKFUIOEISY.
We think our stock of goods in this line will
satisfy the most fastidious. Call and examine.
Chills and Fewer Cured.
A certain cure and preventive for the Chills
and Fever prepared and sold by us, and no other
Druggists in the United States.
It is our intention to keeD always on hand a
good stock of as pure medicines, and other arti
cles in our line, as can be procured at any mar
ket in the United states, and to sll atsuch rates
as will induce our customers to call again.
To Phy slciana and Merchants.
Yon may rely noon ns to sell all foods in onr
line, at Wholtaale, as cheap as they can be pur
chased this side of the Mississippi river. Tar
Will be paid PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS
which will be carefully akd pbomptlt put
up at an hours ot day and night, r rom long
experience, both in the drug business and tbe
practice or medicine, we feci tbe importance and
responsibility of this branch of our business.
id nope to satisty our patrons and the public.
PRENTISS A GRISWOLD.
Bargains X Bargains I
Oat to Close Easiness !
A LL these in want of Goods cheap will please
xx. call at P. CON ANT'S, opposite the MOR
ROW HOUSE. 1 bavemade a large fortuneand
wish to close my business in Lawrence, so as to
give others a e nance to do the same.
CALL AND SEE
For yourselves, as I will sell Goods lower than
they can be bought west of St Louis, for CASH.
We have on hand the largest stock of Goods in
iiawrence, consisting of
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, HATS & CAPS,
BOOTS, SHOES, HARDWARE,
A very larg9 stock of Groceries, a general assort
ment of Furnishing Goods for Gents, and a great
which will be sold to the country trade on good
terni3. so as to make it to their advantage to give
me a call. Don t forget r . CONAN IS. opposite
Tne Collesje Journal of Idedlcal
A MONTHLY Magaxine of 48 pages, conducted
by the Faculty of the Electie College of Medi
cine, is published at Une Dollar a Vear. payable
in advance. The volume of the Journal com
mences with the year. Communications fur sub
scription, or for specimen numbers, should be
Dr.C. H. CLEAVELAND, rubusher,
139 Seventh Street, Cincinnati, O
June 28. 1858.
r WILMARTU has removed his Bookstore
vS and Periodical Establishment to Erie's
Building, in the room with the Post Office, No. 38
Massachusetts street, where he intends keeping
constantly on band a general assortment ot
SCHOOL, MISCELLANEOUS AND CHILDREN'S
BOOKS, BLANK BOOKS, STATIONERY,
And all the various etceteras that may be called
for in such an establishment.
Au the popular Magaxines of the day, together
with Boston, New York, Philadelphia, Cincin
nati. Chicazo. Yt ashinrton and bt. louis News
papers. Subscriptions to all, received and so
Violins, Flutes, Accord eons. Instruction Books
Also. Sacred Music of the various collections.
The " Circulating Library'' is supplied with all
tbe new popular publications of the day.
June i, uvxs.
Juat What Is needed!
HYDRAULIC CE3IENT AND LIME.
fpHE BEST QUALITY OF CEMENT OR
A Water Lime can be obtained of Mr. Solo
mon, tjonant a atore. opposite me aiorrow
House, Lawrence: or of the subscriber, four
miles and a half W est of Lawrence. According
to the tests made thus far, there is no article ot
the kind used in market superior to this. Ur-
ders will receive arprompt attention as circum
stances will admit.
Also, a supply of Hydraulic Lime may be ex
pected in the course of a few weeks. This will
make plastering which will not " fall off," even
though, after it is once dry, it should get wet
occasionally, and can be used for substantial
mortar in bnilding purpose.
July 10, 93. tttAAUU DAU&.tt.
OF ALL SIZES, for sale at one dollar per
acre. Land entered on time, at reduced
rates. Proof Papers prepared for customers.
free of cAarge. li. n. r ahj kaai.
First Dor North of U. S. Land Office. Le
compton, K. T.
July 3J,isi8 a
P. S. Post Sc Co.,
r ANKERS A REAL ESTATE BROKERS.
A Excnanre Building. Kansas Avenue. Wyan
dot. K. 1. jyiiu
HAVING formed a connection with a Mann
factoring House in Boston. Mass, I will fur
nish any quantity of Blank Books. Writing Pa
per, Stationery, Ac, from 0 to 25 per cent, lees
than any ether person can alord to do who pays
rent. as I do not and i can git attay what oth
ers oar, to the public. '",""
Country Merchants send on your orders of
what yon will want, and 1 will furnish direct
from tbe Manufacturers eheaper than you eaa
get goods fmm St. Louis, as Firms there get near
ly ail their stock from the East. -
I shall bsyfer eaea and sell for the same.
Call and get acme of the tarn pies of what i ee
famish, for nothing.
Vermont Street Lawrence, Kansas,
July rTth, left. tf.
Farm for Sale.
1 (( ACRES OF CHOICE LAKD,30of whieh
IUU is timbered, situated 3 1-2 miles north
west of Minneola.t acres feneed.33 broken and
nlMbad with CAra. aoina ontainM and other veg
etables, with a log bouse thereon, is ejfered for
sale cheap. X here is a running stream passing
throngh the place, with a living spring of goed
waiatr nMLr th kmu. HsJI tsn BCXLTSC A
Rxad. Lawrence, or L.W. Glxasoh, sear the
prenusss, for particulars.
AagnstT, ISidj-m -: - ..
Removed to Bakock &
THE NEW THREE STORY BROWN BRICK,
Between Stearns' Store and the IVew Hotel.
WE WOULD announce to aU our old friends and patrons, THE INHABITANTS OF KAN
SAS TE RRITORV, that in consequence of our trade having so largely increased upon our .
hand during the past two seasons, we have not only made very large aceersions to our stock of
DRUGS, but have also been compelled to seek more extensive accommodations for there, and
uaio cB.-quenu) iiafcu i no urge ua tosiisouivus Dwre-revuu " ' "a uuiiamiwuiowir-v.1
main store and sales-room being the one lately occupied by the Lower House of the Territorial Leg
islature which we have fitted up and arranged with an eye not only to the accommodation of our
immense Stock, but also to the convenience of ourselves and customers. We therefore have the
satisfaction of calling the attention of onr friends and customers to the fact that we bow have
THE LARGEST. FLNEST AXD MOST COMPLETE
WEST OP ST. LOUIS,
or outside of the larger citiet" of tbe West: and from onr facilities and experience a buying Jb the
Eastern market CAN AFFORD AND tVILL SELUAT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. AT
AS LOW PRICES aa such Goods can be sold in thisWestern country. Call and tea our larg
Drugs, Medicines and Chemicals, -
embracing everything in this line usually kept. Our Stock is carefully selected, and wa aim to
keep the BEST and PUREST articles rf Drugs and Medicines. .
Our mermaeeutieal and Prescription Department is under the charge oi a regular wraaww i
the Philadelphia College, who is thoroughly acquainted with all the new processes of practical
rnarmacy. w e guarantee all our preparations,
promptly attended to, and their Prescriptions scientifically compounded, ai au noun ot tne oay
Snch as PODOPHYLLIX. LEPTANDRIN. Ac
I and ROOTS.
We are the sole Wholesale and Retail Agents in
me tisj . c constantly Keep on uacu j tm ,nit pw , jium . , , -x 'z " - -
Rracga, Moflbtt's and Mc Lane's Family Medicine; Smith's Tonic, Osgood's CholaoneJ Uostet ter
Bitters, Wolfe's Schnapps, Mustang, Arabian, Arctic and all other Liniments; Davis rain Kill
er, Gargling Oil, Bull's and Guysott's Sarsapaiilla, Ae, Ac, Ac ; all of which we sell at wholesale, a
a very flight advance over manufacturers' price?, and as low as they can be bought AJl i Yt ii-Cxi.
IN THE WEST.
PAINTS, OILS, AND VARNISHES.
A general assortment of common and fancy Paints dry and in oil, together with paint, aasa ana
varnish Brushes, and Painter's articles generally. ... ,-..
VARNISHES Japan, Copal, FHreitnre. Coach Body. Map, Leather, Demar and other Tarnish
es. Linseed, Lard. Sperm. Tanner's. Neatrfoot, Olive and Castor Oil?. ...
WINDOW GLASS Of different sites, French and fittsburgh; rutty, V mung o.
DRUGGIST'S GLASSWARE, of all norts a large supply, very cheap.
BURNING FLUIDS and CAMPHENE of best quality, being kept in air-tight cans Milt9
prevent all evaporation. Also, Lamp. Lamp Chimneys and Y lcking.
PURE LIQUORS FOR
Native and Imported Liquors of finest qualities,
IPerfumery and Fancy Goods.
We invite the attention of the Ladies particularly, to our large stock of Perfumeries, embracing
even thing for the toilet. Lubin's and Basin's
ters, ilair Uus, fomades, i ootn I'astes, rowaers tor me complexion, r mic opn
Also, a great variety of Brushes, Combs and Toilet Articles generally.
FIE CUTLERY. PURSES, PORT MOMIES. POCKET BOOKS.
A large and excellent assortment of these, very cheap.
A RT-RP. 1ST G A.TSTIDIES.
PhfladelphiaCendies, suchas Gum Drops,Bon
HAVANA CIGARS of finest brands, Chewing and Smoking TOBACCO, and SNUFF.
Just openine. large and new supplies of Stationery, all of w'aieh will be sold eneaper tnan w,
to suit the times. We keep on hand a fine assortment of all kinds or taper, .nveiopes, ina. iu,
Pencils, Drawing Paper, and materials generally, as well as a Urge lot of miscellaneous btation
ery of all kinds.
Ail of the best Periodicals received monthly
son and Ballon's.
May 12, 1853.
WM. A. SUROYER takes this method of in
fnrminir hi frienria and the snblie eeneral-
ly that he has opened an UPHOLSTERING ES
TABLISHMENT on Winthrop street, Law
rence, immediately west of the Morrow House,
where he would be happy to see au persons in
quest of any thing in his line. Coxfobts. Mat
basses. Bolsters, Pillows, Sheets, Ac, cn
hand. Spring Matrasses made to order.
Give me a call before purchasing elsewhere.
Feb, 27 58
ALL OF THE MOST POPULAR J1AUA
sines. News and Literary Papers, rceived
as soon as published, by W1LMARTIL
June J a. ism.
II in. Simpson
NOTARY PCBLIC,Otu;o No. 7, Massachusetts
street, Lawrence. Otiice hours 9 A. M. to 1
P.M. Dec. 1257 tf
A. B. Miller,
WH0LESALE GROCER. Forwarding and
Vf Commission Merchant. Also, general
Steamboat Aeent and Collector. New fire-proo
building. No. loo. Levee, Leavenworth City,
K. 1. reoo
Who Wants a Farm?
THE subscriber has2,ooo acres of land in Dong
las. Li kins. Anderson. Franklin, and Cofiey
counties, K. T worth from $5 to W per acre.
Also, one span of hones, wagon and harness, and
one single borse. Town shares in Delaware,
Aiompnan, yumdaro, .aiannaitan. wouonwooa
Falls, Georgetown, Pleataut Valley, Mt. Sil
ead, Pottowottomie city, Ac Ac, all of which he
wishes to sell low for cash or exchange for good
property in Lawrence. Would lixe to contract
for the erection of from one to a dozen bouses
in Lawrence and pay for the same in any of the
above property. S.N.WOOD.
N. B. Farm claims, pre-empted land, town
shares, city lots, Ac, constantly on hand and for
sale by MchSOl S AFFORD A WOOD.
Something for Everylwdj-.
IF you want a STOVE cAeap, go to fAe Mam
tnnth Hardware Store.
If vou want HARDWARE, the place to find it
is at Barker's Mammoth Hardware and Stove
If you want MECHANIC'S TOOLS,
If yon want NAILS,
If you want WILLOW WARE,
If you want WOODEN WARE.
If you want CHURNS.
If you want TIN WARE,
go at once to Barker's Mammoth Hardware and
Stnrm Store, where rou will find the heaviest
and most complete assortment in Kansas Terri-
Lawrence, J une oth. vsx.
rpHE place to buy the best CUTLERY is at
-A. iiarKer s Mammoth Hardware ana Qf 0Te
If you want nice GLASS WARE,
If you want CROCKERY, Tr
If vnn want a nice set uf SILVER WARE.
If you want PLATED SPOONS or FORK.S.
If you want a GOLD WATCH or PEN.
If mi wa nt antthin kept in a Hardware and
Stove Store, go to the Mammoth, where you will
be Bur to nna it. xuuc caan ri.
Lawrence. J une 5th, vua.
Scalee ! Scales ! ! Scales! ! !
TO weigh from half an ounce to thirty hundred.
Apply at my store. INGLE BARKER.
Water Coolere! Water Coolers!
X HAND and made to order at the Mammoth
- Hardware and Stove fctore.
Lawrence, Jane 5th. 1658.
Ox Yokes! Ox Yokes!
A NY quantity of the best quality at the
aa. Hardware and stove store.
Lawrence, June 5th, 135.
Pine Flooring! Pine Floorinx!
A FEW THOUSAND FEET PINE LUMBER
XX. for sale at S5U per thousand.
Lawrence, Jane 5th, 1859.
SAWS! SAWS! 8AWS!
T ILL, Muley, Circular and other Saws ean be
It I found, all rises, at the Mammoth Hardware
and Stove Store, which we ean recommend to
give entire aatmaetion. ,
Lawrence. June 5th, 1858.
TO HOUSE BUILDERS.
TNGLE BARKER has at his Hardware and
A Stove Store tbe largest stock of Locks.
Ija.tahe3.BatU Acever offered in Kansas, ani at
such tgares that yon can make it quite on object
to boy at his store, sign of the Kig i ea iveuie.
Lawrence, Jane 5th, 1358.
To tne Farmers of Kansas.
1 F ao want a PLOW, or enr other Asricnlta
J ral lmolement. ro itraicht to Barker's Hard
ware and Steve Store, waere yon will nd any
thing tbat yon may need on your farm at greatly
reduced prices. uuiiii bailaja
Lawrence, 4 une tn, issa.
TH BOO FOG
WE are now prepared to do tin roofing at short
notiea. UattCTicx.rooutinx a&dail kicdiot
iobbisg, promptly executed at tbe sign of the
I Big Tea Kettle. INGLE BARKER,
Lawrence. June 5 th, 1859.
A. W. Sine.
A TTOXNEY and ConnseUor at Law, Solicitor
. in unancery. ana general eouesing mm
Dataware cut. x. Jiar , s
I rpo LOAN, for Thirty-One Dollars less than at
leeompton. Also. .Money to loan en real
aetata Mcaritr. Br H- M. SlMrSON.
Lawrence, Jaael2.lSS9.-tf xxora&MO.
Coffins S Coffins !!
COFFINS, ready made, all sixes, and the
CRXAPX8T is Lawrence, trimmed to order.
Beeena door south of Coilamore Joiourtt
Lawreace. Asg. 7, r J. w auj te-
Lykins' Bank Building
rhyoiciaus may reiy upon ." " . "
- Ae. Also, a reneral assortment Of ttfcKd,3
this place, for all the best Patent Medicine or
carefully selected for medical purposes only.
Extracts, genuine ranna, toiognes, loit w a-
Bons. Fruit Drops, Losenges, Jujube Paste. As.
Harper's. Knickerbocker, Graham, Oodey, Peter
WOODWARD & FINLEY.
Important to Country Dealers.
YOU can saveat least Unperemf.hr baying
your Hardware. Tin Ware. Nails, w indow
G1a9k. Ac, Ae , at my store, in preference to going
on the Missouri river for it, when you take into
consideration the time and expense pi gening
goods from the river. In a word, 1 will sell all
light goods to the trade at less than river prices.
INGLE BAR a. En.
Lawrence, June 5th, 1858.
HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE.
A STONE HOUSE. 20 by &J reel, two stonea
r k;., with & Vipmfnt. ntuated near tbe
business part of the town, and well adopted for
a private residence for some person desirous oi
living near bis business, is offered for sale at a
bargain. Possession will be given immediately.
Inquire at the Herald oIreettom .office ' of
Lawrence April 5, 1855. G. W. BR0W5.
Dnzz Saw for Sale.
A CIRCULAR SAW and Arbor, aaiiawe ior
sawinK lath, for sale. Call at the &raid of
ice. G. W. iJftUW.l.
Plows! Flows! Plows!
A FEW LEFT, which wiir be sold erylow
ii-for cash. INGLE. BARKER,
Lawrence, June 5th, 1358.
x AWRKVfiE ronfiE NO. 8 L O. of G. T.
-Li meets regularly, every Monday, at 7 l-t
o'clock, ia Babcock A Li kins' Hall., Members
of the order from other Lodges are invited to
meet with us whenever they can make it conven
ient. GEO. r Vt&V, nr . I
J. C. TEA8K, W. S. Aiay j, .
TTANSAS LODGE, N'o. W I. O. of O. T.
iv meeti regularly every maay evening
1-S o'clock, in Babcock A LykW Hall. Mem
bers of the order from different Lodges are invi
ted to attend. J. V. GRISWOLD, W. C. T.
M. RATMOSD, W . S. apr
TT7H0LESALE AND RETAIL Grocer and
VV Iron Dealer, Receiving, Forwarding and
Commission Merchant, J-yee. oouui oeroaea
Great Sale of Citr Property.
T WILL expose to publie sale, in tbe eity of
1 t ..Mfi. y, tij hiirhMt.hidder.oa Saturday.
tbe 3d day of July next, ten thousand lots in the
following towns, to wit.-
Lawrence, Jjeavenwonn, Arecoiaina.
h. Topeka. ManhatUn. Emporia. Burliegame
tropolis, Minneola. Osawatomie, ppnng mu
McCamiih,Quindsro, Bellvne. Doniphan, Graail
jpper rails, t.lieorge, vgaen,iioouituwi
id nearly every other livs town in Kansas.
t.. '.., Tifi a.n ba examined the wee K
before sale by calling at the basement of the
Herald of Freedom building, during which time
persons having lots or town shares to dispose of
may call ana icbto mem iwr w
best auctioneers in the country will be emrloyoa
for the occasion. G. W.BttUVT Si.
Lawrence, May ctb. ibx.
TTP The above sale ia adjourned to Oetobe
TTTif T. f.V nn'ii that the subscriber vrope-
V aes to sell cheap for cash the following
res in v yandotte.
- - tjuindaro,
- - Minneola,
" - Marmaton,
Americas, Ac. ae.
Alan a larre number of lota in Lawrence, sev
eral of which are first class basineM locations.
I will sell on time to those who wish to improve
loU in this town. r-.oa
Mayo. o. it. trnx. iiso. -
A LARGE Store Honse and Maaceie uaiu at
Big Springs, also five shares ia Big Springs,
for sale low for caah. Bigt Springs is fifteen
miles west of Lawrence, en the California Road
and is destined to be one of the beet towns tn
myg Jntyer ema Jtta tam agvam
T ECOMPTON, Kansas Temtorr, 8. O. HEM
lu EN WAY, (late of Buffalo, N.Y ) Proprietor.
This house is being thoroughly repaired and re
fitted, and will be found equal to any other in the
Lecompton, Aiay is, i-u
O. II. IIEUBIXGTO,
TTOUSE, SIGN and ORNAMENTAL PA1N-
TKR nr.innuJ GuaIxex. No. 35 Ml
ehuseUs street. oppotiU tbe Pott Office. Those
wisning a gooa oign, or 8eir ; ""
and Papered, at reasonable price, will please
give hi at a eaU. as by experience be .feels confi
dent tbat be ean give enure satisfaction Mixed
Lawrence. May 1, 1858.
Weeklies and Dallies
RECEIVED regularly by il.from Boston.
' Sew York. Philadelphia, Washington, Cin
cinnati. Chiearo and St. Loois: . aise. the
Springfield RejuMican and the Indiana state
Journal, and all the popular Magasina. a pab-
lished in tbe fcattera ciues: aiso a -om vj
Freedom and Lawrence Pi'St J
,- Gains Jenkins Eatate.
NOTICE is hereby given, that the mbecriber
has been duly appointed Agent for ths at
tieaeBt and administration of ths estate of
Gaivs Jixkixs. deceased, late of the county of
Douglas, Kansas Territory. All persons taring
demands against the estate of aatd deceased, are
required to exhibit the same; and ail persons
indebted to the said estate, are eaUed npo. to
make payment to 8. C. RU SSELL,
Lawrence, Jnly M, "58,-. , : Ageat.
ON or about the 15th of Jane, seven yoke of
young Oxen from three to five years Id, from
my place, six miles south of Lawrenee. Two red
Steers which had bell on, eneemh a whiU face,
and wild.- Three black enea, the rest red and
white. A liberal reward will be given for in
formation of their wberboaiJ. - -July
U. ls3S- ... CilAPIN J. MILLER.
-r- s t inn's MONTHLY. FICTOHIAL FLAG.
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