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Constitution." Khichelectidn Via!, be due north to the mouth of Em creek, 111 byaTe Ju6saajcoudiK:fe'liandupsaidcrefktotheSanta Fe road, ui.dt-rtfce tjiWrlauoii and restric- and thence bja direct line in a norther- ' ' i a. -j j i j: . ,- t - tkcrionof mrrTb?ns of the General As-1 fcnl,!rad the Ju.-l t!.rin namwl ' tl r.Il within ten day a'tpr said election, ! day fen cp and trait 2: i( lo tie Chairman of , ire Executive G:rcmu:ee of Kansas Ter- I tit ly the result of si.il election, who t-ha'i fox tl.n iih make I'jroclamatioa of the envr.p ; and in c ase the Constitution be j:uif,-'J by the pjple, tl;e Chairman of tl Kx-uiive Committee Jiall cause pub ... li-aliun to be made by proclamation that an election will bo hei J on the third Tucs- h day of January ,.A. D. 1G56, forGovern- " or, Litute nan t Governor, Secretary of :ate. Treasurer,. Auditor, Judges of the ;s Supreme Court, State Printer, Attorney Geiieral, Reporter of the Supreme Court, Clerk of the Supreme Court, aud mem bers of tlie General Assembly, ; which 4 aid election shall be he'd by the same ..-"judges, under the fame restrictions and conducted in the Fame manner as is here inafter provided for the election of mem bers of the General Assembly ; and the Judges herein named are hereby required within ten days after id election toftal tip and transmit duplicate copies of the returns of said election to the Chairman of the Executive Committee, one of which fchall be hid before the General Assembly at its first meeting. 4th. At the tame time and place, the qualified voters shall, under the same regulations and restrictions, electa mem ber of Congress, to represent the State of Kansas in the 34th Congress of the United States ; the returns of said elec tion to be made to the Chairman of the Executive Committee, who shall deposit the same in the office of the Secretary of State as soon as he shall enter upon the discharge of the duties of his office. 5th. The General Assembly shall meet on the fourth day of March, A. D. 1 85G, at tlie city of Topeka, at 12 M., at which time and place the Governor, Lieut-naut Governor, Secretary of State, Judge of the Supreme Court, Treasurer, Auditor, State Printer, Reporter and Clerk of the Supreme Court, and Attorney General, shall appear, take the oath of office, and enter upon the discharge of the duties of their respective offices under this Consti tution, and .'hall continue in office in the same manner and during the ?ame period they would have done had they beu elected on the first MouJay of August, A. D. 1856. 6th. Until otherwise provided by law, the Stato shall be divided into election districts ; and the Senators and Repre sentatives shall be apportioned among the several ui&iricis as louows : Fiest District: . Commencing in the Kansas River, at the mouth of Cedar creek"; thence up Faid liver to the first tributary above the town of Lawrence ; thence up said trib utary to its source; thence by a direct Jme to the west side of Johnson s house ; thence by a due south line to the Sante Fe road, and along the middle of said road to a point due south of the source of Cedar creek ; thence due north to the source of said Cedar creek, and down the same to the place of beginning. Secoxd District: Commencing at the mouth of Big Spring branch, on the south bank of the Kansas river; thence up said branch to its furthest source ; thence by a souther ly line crossing the Wakarusa river, on the east side of the houe of Charles Matney, to tlie middle of the Santa Fe road ; thence along the middle of said road to the line of the First District ; thence by the same along the west side of the house of Johnson, to "the head of the first tributary of the Kansas, above the town of Lawrence ; and thence by the tame tributary to the Kansas riv er, aud up the south bank of said river to the mouth of Big Spring branch, the place of beginning. Third District: Commencing at the mouth of Big Spring brauch, on the south side of the Kaunas river ; thence up the same to its furthest source ; thence by a southerly line to the north bank of the Wakarusa river, on the east side of the house of Charles Matney ; thence up said river and its main branch to the line of the Pottawatomie Reservation ; and thence by the southern and western line of said Reservation to the Kansas river, and downthe said river to the place of be binning. Fourth District : Commencing at the Missouri State line in the middle of the Santa Fe Road; thence along the middle of said road to Rock creek, near the 65th mile of said road ; thence South to the line of the Shawnee Reservation ceded by the treaty of 1854 ; thence due East along the South line of said Reservation and the North lines of the existing Reservations of the Sacs and Foxes, the existing Reserva tions of the Chippewas and Ottawa?, and the Reservations of the Piankeshaws, Weas, Peorias and Kaskaskias. to the Missouri State line; thence up the Mis- o.. i ... . . sou ouue line to tne place ol begtnning, f" -FrTTH-DTrreicTT-' Commencing at tlie Missouri State line at tlie southern boundary of the Fourth District ; thence West along the same to tlie north-west corner of the Sac aud Fox Reservation; thence due South along the western line thereof, and due fcouih to the South branch of the Neo sho river, about seventy miles above the auionc usage Mission ; thence down aaid river to the North line of the Re serve for .New lork Indians, and East Wong said line to the head waters of Luue Osage river, or the nearest point 'thereto; and thence down said river to the Missouri State line, and up said line to the place of beginning. Sixth District. , Commencing on the Missouri Stae line in Little 0age river ; thence up the same to the line of the Reserve for the New York Indians, or the nearest point uiereto ; uience to and by the north hue of said Reserve to the Neosho river, and up saidnverand the south branch there of to the head ; and thence by a due south Hue to tee southern line of the lemtorv ' thence by the southern and eastern lines - of said lerntory to the place of begin " ' SixzxTn District: Cocjmencincr at the East side of the Jiouse ol Charles Matney, on the Waka- . rusa river ; thence due south to the mid die of the Santa I e road ; thence west- vardly along the middle of said road to liock trees, near tne ooui mue 01 saia road: thence due south to the north line of the Sac and Fox Reservation ilinnon ftl-msr rhs, North and West lines J thereof, and dug south, to the Neosho j.jiver; thence up said river toapoiutdue - . . - r. stock ths Territory organizing the Free State --j. : - the 1 - Pottairatomie Reservation ; thence j atonf the southern line of said Reserva- lion to the headwaters of the Wakarusa j river, or tlie point nearest thereto ; thence to and down the said river to the place ol beinnumer. Eijhth District: Commencing at the mouth of Elm m , 1 r r creek, one ot tlie orancnes 01 vAags river ; thence up the same to the &nta Fe road ; ihence by a direct northerly line to the .out!i west corner of the Pot-towatomi-1 Preservation ; thence up the western liae thereof to Kansas river; thence up said river and the Smokey Hill fork, beyond the most westerly set tlements ; thence due South to the line of the Territory ; thence by the same to the line of the Sixth District ; thence due north to the head of the south branch of tlie Neosho river; thence down said river to the line of the Seventh Dis trict; thence due North to the place of beginning. Ninth District : Commencing at Smoky Hill Fork, be yond the most westerly settlements; thence dona the same and the Kansas river, to the mouth of Wild Cat creek ; thence up said creek to the head waters thereof ; ihence due north to the Inde pendence emigrant road ; thence up said road to the north line of the Territory ; thence west along the same beyond the most westerly settlements ; and thence due south to the place of baginning. Ti Tenth District : " Commencing at the mouth of Vermill ion river ; thence up the same beyond the hou.se of Josiah D. Adams; thence due north to the Independence omigrant road ; thence up the middle of said road to the line of the Ninth District ; thence by the same to the head of Wild Cat creek, and down said creek to the Kan sas river; thence down said river to the place of beginning. Elevksth District : Commencing in the Vermillion river, oppsiie the north side of the house of Joiah D. Adams ; thence up said river to the head of the main branch; thence due North to the military road from Fort Leavenworth to Fort Kearney : thence along the middle of said road to the crossing of the Vermillion branch of the Blue; thence due north to the northern line of the Territory ; thence west, along said line, to the Independence Emigrant road ; thence down said road to a point due west of the north end of the house of Josiah D.Adams, and due east to the place of beginning. Twelfth District : Commencing at the mouth of Soldier creek, in the Kansas river ; thpnee up said creek to the head of the main branch; thence due north to the military road from Fort Leavenworth to Fort Kearney; thence along the middle of said road to the line of the Eleventh District ; thence due south to the head of Vermillion river down Vermillion river to the mouth, and down Kansas river to the place of beginning. " Thirteskth District : Commencing in the Kansas river, at a point three miles above the mouth of Stranger creek ; thence in a northwardly direction by a line corresponding to, and three miles west of the several courses of said creek, to the line of the late Kick apoo Reservation ; thence by the south ern and western line of said Reservation to the military road from Fort Leavenworth to Fort Kearney ; thence along the mid dle of said road to the line of the Twelfth District ; thence due south to the head of Soldier creek, down Soldier creek to the mouth, and down Kansas river to the place of beginning. Fourteenth District: Commencing at the mouth of Inde pendence creek; thence up said creek to the head of the main branch, aud thence due West to the line of the late Kicka poo Reservation ; thence North along said line, and the line of the late Sac and Fox Reservation, to the North line of the Territory; thence along said line eastwardly to the Missouri river, and down said river to the place of beginning. Fifteenth District: Commencing at the mouth of Salt cref-k, on the Missouri river; tehnce up said creek to the military road, and along the middle of said road to the lower crossing of fetranger creefc; tnenee up said creek to the line of the late Kicka- poo Reservation, and thence along the southern and western line thereof to the line of the Fourteenth District ; thence by the same, and down Independence creek, to the mouth thereof, and thence down tho Missouri river to the place 01 beginning. .. Sixteenth District: Commencing at the mouth ofSali creek ; thence up said creek to the mili tary road; tneuce along the middle of said road to the lower crossing of Stran ger creek; thence up said creek to the line of the late Kickapuo Reservation, and thence along the same to the line of the Thirteenth District, and thence by the same, along a line corresponding to tne sourse of Stranger creek, and keeping three miles west thereof, to the Kansas river; thence down the Kansas river to the Missouri, and up the Missouri river to the place of beginning. Seventeenth District: Commencing at the mouth of the Kan sas river; thence up the south bank thereof to the mouth of Cedar creek; thence up Cedar creek to its source; and thence due south to 'the Santa Fe road along the middle of said road to the Missouri State line; and along said line to the place of beginning. Eighteenth District : ' Commencing in the military road at theerosing of the Vermillion branch of Blue river; thence due nerth to the line of the Territory; thence east along said line to the Fourteenth District; thence due sou tii along said line to tlie afore, said military road, and along the mid dle of said road to the place of begin ning. 1 Senatorial A5D Representative Districts. . 1st The First Election District shall be entitled to three Senators aud eight Representatives. 2d. The Second Election District shall be entitled to cne Senator and three Representatives. - - 3d. The third Election District shall be entitled to one Senator and three Representatives. V : ; '-J. , : 4Ui. The fourth and seventeenth Elec tion Districts shall constitute the fourth Senatorial and Representative 'District, m trade of our opponents, and we . A - , - -., , ... . 6th. The sixth, seventh and eighth Election Districts shall omstitute the sixth Senatorial and Representative Dis jtrict. and be entitled to two Senators 'ana nve nepreseuiauves 7th. The m and tenth Election District Nhall constitute the seventh Sen atorial districts and be entitled to one Senator and four Representative. 8th. The eleventh andtweltth Election Districts shall constitute the eighth Sen atnri.il and RDresentative District and three Ren- resentatives. 9th. The thirteenth Election District j shall constitute the ninth Senatorial and Representative District and be entitled to one Senator and two Representatives. ! 10th. The fourteenth and eighteenth ! Election Districts shall constitute the tenth Senatorial and Representative District, and be entitled to two Senators and seven Representatives. llth. The fifteenth Election District shall constitute the eleventh Senatorial and Representative District and be enti tled to one Seuator and five Representa tives. . 12th The sixteenth Election District shall constitute the twelfth Senatorial and Representative District and be enti Jed to three Senators and nine Represen tatives. Sec. 3. Until otherwise provided by law, the election in the f-everal Districts shall be held at the following places, and the following named persons are hereby appointed as Judges of the elections. Places of voting. Sec. 4. 1st Senatorial District ; Law rence Precinct, at the Free State Hotel ; A. D. Searl, Lyman Allen, Henry Bron son. Judges. . J ranklin precinct, at the store of Mr. Purdam ; James McGee, Horace L. Enos, I. Purdam, Judges. Blanton Precinct, at the house of J. B. Abbott ; John Stewart, R. Vaughn, P. T. Hupp, Judges. Palmyra Precinct, at the house of H. Barricklow ; H. Barricklow, Louis Green, A. Pierson, Judges. 2d Senatorial District ; Bloomington PreciDct, at the house of H. Burson ; Samuel Smith, Daniel Vaucil, J. M. Dunn, Judges. 3d Senatorial District,; Washington Precinct, at the house of W. R. Frost; W. Rilry, Caleb An tram, Eli Allen, Judges. Tecumseh Precinct ; at the house of J. Taylor ; Charles Jordon, John Mor ris, Francis Grassmuck, Judges. Topeka Precinct, at the law office of E. C. K. Garvey ; Dr. F. L. Crain, Milton C. Dickey, J. F. Cummings, Judges Brownsville Precinct, at the house of G. W. Brown; G. W. Brown, Mr. Sim merwell, Dr. Bo wen, Judges. 4th Senatorial District ; Prairie Citv Precinct, at the house of Samuel Mew- henny ; W. Moore, Samuel Workman, Amos llanna, Judges. Mission Precinct, at the Baptist Mis sion Building; G. L. Osborn, S. M. Cor nantzer, Lewis Dougherty, Judges. Wakarusa Precinct, at the store of Pas chal Fish ; L. H. Bascom, Ellis Bond, A. G. Green, Judge 5th Senatorial District ; Osawatomie Precinct, at the house of Samuel Geer ; Wm. Chestnut, B. Woodbury, Win. Sailing Judges. Stauton Precinct, at the house of Mr. Staniibrd ; J. WooIIard, Mr. Morse, W. G. Nichols, Judges. , Pottawatomie Precinct, at the meeting house ; F. Brown, 'J.- Grant, S. B Morse, Judges. Hampdeu Precinct, at the house of W. A. .hla; W. A. .la, Uliauucey Morse, George Law, Judges. Sugar Creek Precint, at the house of Silas Young ; Silas Young, James W. Dudley, William Dyer, Judges. Little Sugar Creek Precinct, at the house of Isaac D. Stockton; J. D. Stock ton, Thomas Sears, James Osborn, Judges. Little Osage Precinct, at Millers store ; Thomas Osburn, Mr. Miller, Mr. Faw bus, Judges. Osage Precinct, at the house of Thom as Polks ; Mr. Wycoff, Mr. , Mr, Judges 6ih. Senatorial District; Scott's Town Precinct, at the house of Mr. Vandevre ; T. Crabtree, Isaac Chatham, F. S. Fros eel Judges. Titus Precinct, at the house of J. B. Titus on the Sante Fe road ; J. B. Ti tus, John Drew, W. Lord, Judges. Council Grove Precinct, at the Mis sion House ; J. Goodell, G. H. Rees, B Wright, Judges. Waubonsa Precinct, at the house of John 'H. Nesbit in Waubonsa ; E. R. McCardy, J. M. Bisby, D. B. Hiatt, JuJgfts. Mill Creek Precinct, at., the house of J. E. Hoenick; J. E. Hoenick Judges. Ashland Precinct, at the houe of ; Mr. Adams, , Judges. Clark Creek Precinct, at some suitable place near the junction 'of Clark and liumbolt creeks ; Wm. McCready, Mr. Berry, Mr. Mitchell, Judges. 7th Senatorial District; Pawnee Pre cinct, at Loder & Shaw's store in Paw nee ; S. P. Higgins, W. M. McClure, L. Knapp, Judges. Big Blue Precinct, at the house of S. D. Dyer in Juniata ; J. Stewart, S. D Houston, J. T. Goodenow, Judges. Rock Creek Precinct, at the house of Mr. Haitt; James Darnell, Charles Jenk ins, Henry Remmll, Judges. 8J1 Senatorial District ; Black Ver million Precinct, at some suitable house in said precinct on the Vermillion branch of the Blue river ; John Shmidt, Mr. Holiingburg, M. Alvey, Judges. St. Mary's Precinct, at the house of B. F. Bertran 1 ; Dr. Palmer, C. Garrett, C. Dean, Judges. Silver Lake Precinct, at some suitable house at Indianola ; E. Kennedy, J. W. Hopkins, Jocn tr. lhompson. Judges. 9th Senatorial District ; Dayton Pre cinct, at the store of oainter fc Hoover ; Lewis Hoover, Nathan Adams, G. B. Hail, Judges. Grasshopper Falls Precinct, at' the house of the Mill Company ; S.H. Dunn, Jonn w. Clark, J. B. Koss, Judges, Whitfield Precinct, at the house of J. B. Chapman ; Thomas Jenners, Vincent D. Uohee, James A. Gray, Judges. 10th Senatorial District; California Precinct, at the house of W. W. Moore ; W. W. Moore, W. Jackson, Judges. Iowa Point Precinct, at the house of Mr. McCaU; Mr. Hanby, Mr. Pader. Judges. oters on Independence and - Deer Creeks will vote at Doniphan. ;v . St. Jo. Bottom Precinct, at the house of B. Harden ; George Bryant, H. Small- and be entitled to one benator and two Representative ' I 5th- The fifth Election District snail. be entitled to three Senators and mne pAnM.nft; which' the Herald of Freedom 13 now printed, ad received an answer edited . t ; r,i.., ' Martin; John White, R. Ladd, N. White. Judges. Doniphan Precinct, at Collins' Mill ; David Lee, D. W. Fields, J. McNamee, Judges. Wolf River Precinct, at the house of Mr. Searl ; Mr. Searl, Mr. Ulse, Mr. Richardson, Judges. llth Senatorial District; Kickapoo Precinct, at some suitable house in Kick ar6o Citv : Dr. McCormas, Mr. Zim- merman. Mr. Boyn, Judges. Por, William Precinct, at the house of Dr. Hathaway ; Dr. Hathaway, Mr. Oli- phant, Mr. Potter, Judges. Mount Pleasant Precinct, at the house of M. A. Potter; Mr. Ridgway, B. El liott, M. A. Potter, Judges. Ocena Precinct, at the store of Crosby fe Co.; Archibald Elliot, A. Landrum, S. J. H. Snyder, Judges. Atchmson Precinct, at the house ol Mr. Bay; R. Mecubbins. Mr. Bay, Henry Williams, Judges. 12th Senatorial District; Leavenworth Precinct at the office of Gardiner & Dodge ; Adam Fisher, Thomas H. Doyle, Hide Hook, Judges. Easton Precinct, at the house of 1. A. Mavnard ; T. A. Maynard, G. J. Clark, Wm. Pennock, Judges. Wvandot Precinct at the Council House in Wyandot Citv ; Abelard Guthrie, G. J. Clark, Ebenezer Lane, Judges. The Executive Committee of Kansas Territory is authorized to appoint addi tional Precincts and Judges therefor. :' Instructions to Judges. Ser. 7. The three Judges will provide for each poll, ballot boxes for depositing the ballots east by Electors hall ap point two Clerks, all of whom shall be sworn or amrmed to discharge the duties of their respective offices impartially and with fidelity; and the Judges and Clerks shall have power to administer the oath or affirmation to each other ; and the said Judges shall open said elec tion at 9 o'clock a. m., at the place des ignated in each precinct and close tlie same at 6 o'clock p. m. In case any of the officers appointed fail to attend, the officer or officers in attendence shall supply their places, and ia the event of all of them failing to attend, the quali fied voters shall supply their places; and the said Judges shall make out du plicate returns of said election ; seal up and transmit the same within ten days to the chairman of the Executive Committee one copy of which is to be laid before the General Assembly. If at the time of holding said election it shall be inconvenient, from any cause whatever, that would disturb or prevent the voters of any election precinct in the Territory from the free and peacea ble exercise of the elective franchise, the officers are hereby authorized to adjourn said electiou into any other precinct in the Territory, and to any other day they mav see oroper. of the necessity of which they shall be the exclusive judges, at which time aud place the qualiiied voters may cast their votes. Sec. 8. Until otherwise provided by law, the Chairman of the Executive Committee of Kansas Territory shall an nounce by proclamation the result of the elections and the names of. persons elect ed to office. Sec. 9. No person shall be entitled to a seat in the first General Assembly at its organization except the members whose names are contained in the proc lamation of the Chairman of the Execu tive Committee ; but after tlie General Assembly is organized, seats may be contested in the u;ual way. Sec. 10. Certificates of indebtedness may be issued by the Territorial Execu tive Committee for all necessary expenses accruing in the formation of the State Government, not exceeding twenty-five thousand dollars ; piovided no certificates shall be issued except for legitimate ex penses. All claims shall be made in writ ing, and shall be numbered and kept on tile in the Secretary's office, and all certificates of indebtedness shall be sign ed by the President and Secretary, and countersigned by the Treasurer, and numbered to correspond with the num bers of the claim or bill for which it was issued. The certificate shall bear ten per cent interest per annum. Sec. 11. The first General Assembly shall provide by law for the redemption of the certificates of indebtedness issued under the provisions of the foregoing section. Sec. 12. Until the great seal of the State of Kansas is agreed upon and pro cured, as provided for in the 1 1th section of the 5th article of this constitution, the Governor shall use his own private seal as the seal of State. Sec. 1 3. At the election for the rati fication of this Constitution, and the first election for State officers a representa tion in the Congress of the United States and members of the General Assembly of this Sta-e, an actual residence in the Territory of thirty days immediately preceeding'saTJ election," "shall 1e suffi cient as a qualification for the elector ; and an actual resident of ninety days for the candidates, provided said electors and candidates possess all the other qualifications required by the provis ions of this Constitution. Sec. 14. The first Legislature shall provide by law for the enforcement of the provisions of the 6th section of the Billof Rights onor before the 4th day of July 1857, as to all persons in the Ter ritory before the adoption of this Con stitution, and as to all others, the pro visions of said section shall operate from and after the ratification of this Consti tution by the people. . ROB'T KLOTZ, W. GRAHAM, M. J. PARROTT, MORRIS HUNT, M. W.DELAHAY, J. H. NESBITT, W. R. GRIFFITH, C. K. HOLIDAY, G. S. HILLYER. DAVID DODGE. WILLIAM HICKS J. A.WAKEFIELD S. N. LATTA, W. Y. ROBERTS, JOHN LAND IS, G. W. SMITH. H. BURSON. J. G. THOMPSON C. W. STEWART G. A. CUTLER, J. M. ARTHUR, J. K. GOODIN, J. L. SAYLE, J.M.TUTON, THOMAS BELL, CALEB MAY, S. MEWHINY, A. CURTISS, A. HUNTING, R. KNIGHT, O. C. BROWN, R. H. CROSBY, P.C.SCHUYLER. C.ROBINSON, M.F. CONWAY, J.S.EMERY. J. H. LAKE, President. Sam. C. Smith; Sec'y. Cha's A. Fostkb, Ass't Sec'y. ' Pass more Williamson, who was so barbarously imprisoned by Judge Kane of luuauejpau, ior- pretenuea cosiamp li vxcari, nas been noeraiea. 1 . ... st"Robt. .C.Millr. Indian; At?ern wooa, a. a. bw,ww . Burr Oak Precinct at the house of Mr. Wilson ;. Mr Brock, Mr. Wilson, Thomas McUulloch, Judges. Palermo Precinct, at the house of K. '1 Ifeild of TreeSoh). G. W. BROWN, Editor. Lawrence, Saturday, Kot. 24. 1855. - . Apprentice Wanted. --A boy from 14 to 16 years of age wanted immediately at this office to learn the printing business. - 23T A Journeyman Printer wanted immediately at this office. To a good workman of temperate and steady habits constant employment will be given. g3T Desirous of getting the new Con stitution before the people of Kansas at as early a day as possible, and being un able to get out a full sheet this week, we have concluded to give it on a half sheet, presuming that it will be very ac ceptable even in that form. Murder Most Foul. Our town was thrown into a high state of excitement on Thursday last by the intelligence from near Hickory Point, in this Territory, that Chxs. W. Dow, a young man about twenty-two years of age, was most barbarously murdered by a party of demons who rejoice in the ap- ptllation of "border ruffians." Mr. Dow had been to a blacksmith shop where several of these demons incarnate were congregated. One of them drew a rifle oo. him, and threatened to bhoot him on the spot, but finally set down his weapon without injuring any one. Mr. Dow started to leave, and got away a few rods when his attention was directed towards the shop by the explosion of a percussion cap. .Looking arouna ne received a charge of buck shot in his bosom from a wretch named Colmak, and fell dead upon the spot. An attempt was made to arrest the murderer, but he was secreted by his pro-slavery abettors, and escaped to Mis souri. The people will assemble on Monday, and execute summary punish ment upon the entire party who were present, and accessories to the murder, if "they can be found. We wait with anxiety for further developements. Horrible Accident Loss of Life. The boiler of Messrs. Morris Hunt & Co.'s steam saw mill, in this city, ex ploded on Wednesday morning last, with a terrible report, laying everything in ruins it came in contact with.- Mr. Monroe, a young man about eighteen years of age, and Wm. Patter son, Esq., were standing near tlie mouth of the boiler, at the time of the accident The former was thrown upon his back with a heavy amount of the falling ruins upon him, and killed almost instantly. The latter was thrown back some twelve or fifteen feet, and was taken up for dead. Mr. P. was soon restored to consciousness, but it was found that his hip jnint was-dbW.atod, qriiJx . a... ciaipla fracture of the thigh bone, and that he had received a severe concussion on his head. He has remained delirous up to the present, and is in a critical condition, and but little hopes are entertained of his recovery. The loss to Messrs. Hunt will be very severe, as it occurs at a period when it is probable it will be impossible to re pair before next spring, the cost of doing which cannot be less than $1,000. More Braggadocio. Rumors are again in circulation of an intended onslaught on Lawrence by hired mercenaries from Missouri for the avowed purpose of "enforcing the laws," but for the real purpose of carnage and plunder The rumor is got up by Missourians to frighten the timid, and for efiect on Con gress. No one need have any anxiety about a general descent on Lawrence, as our neighbors are too well posted in rev olutionary history to desire to come in contact with the desendents of the par ticipators in those stirring timjs. " We have been threatened so long we are really desirous to see an army of a thousand or more set down before our town. Ovr boys are desirous of dis playing their skill with the rifle. .3T Gov. Roeder arrived at his old home in Easlon, Pa., on the 5th of Nov., and received a public reception from his former townsmen. His speech w replete with interest, giving a faithful narration of all the difficulties along the border in Kansas, and a sketch of Pres- lident Pierce's interference. T 3TThree accidents of a most painful nature, have occurred on the Pacific Railroad since it was opened on the first of November. At the first, twenty-six lives were lost, and many were wounded who will be cripples for life. t3T If we can get a sufficient amount of workmen from this time forth we shall expect to appear before our readers regularly, unless we delay one week on account of getting into our new office, which probably will be the case. Y Commercial Correspondence. St. Louis, Nov. 12, 1855. G. W. Browk & Co You have a list of our shipments to Kansas the past week, they are as follows : M. A. Shattrick, 7 Package ; C. JI. Crane, 1 ; F. B. Smith, 1 ; G. Jenk ias, 16 ; J. M. Lincolin, 1 ; F. Savage, 3 ; J. Merriss; 1 ; L. J. Wordon, 2 ; C. Morse, 1 ; C. W. Fish, 1 ; H. J. Teed 1. ; 1 The freights having advanced to 82 shippers are holding off, and our friends are storing here their heavy freight, hoping for a more favorable opportunity to send forward. Emigrants are still passing through from every section, and they generally have the appearance of oemg uie ngm sort 01 people. Easiness js very active. Produce of every dis tription commands ready sales at un precedented high prices. Large orders ire now in our market for purchases of waeai, cour, pork, &c, on foreign ac fcount. Yotfrv F. A. HUNT k CO. Hailroa2 Opened. and DIED, In Lawrence, on the 6th.inst., Dasiii P. IIidut, formerly from New Hampshire, aged about 43 year. ; '" Candidate for State Printer. THE undersigned submits hw name to tha consideration of the friends of freedom in Kansas as a candidate for Stats Printer. 1. W. B&VWSi. Lawrence, Nov. 24, '53. Candidate for Congress. mrrv f nr V mXWAY. T"so.. re- X spectfullr present him to the independent nt the new Sute in the llouse of Keprescnta- tivea of the United Suites. gf Free Kate .nominations at .Lawrence. Deo. - d. 1SS5. tW Flection for Delegates to Convention, D. 15th. IS55. rBeglar State Eloetion Jan. 15tb, Jvov. 24, 1S55. tf. THE WANT SUPPLIED. Lawrence Cmg Store Opened. THE subscribers are happy to inform the cit izens of this, and other parts of the Terri tory, that, to meet the urgent demands of the community, they have acceeded in procuring a building in wnicn to open tneir stocs, nntii the new Drag Store is completed and are now prepared to otter ia the banding opposite the post office. Main Street, Lawrence, tlie largest and best assorted stock of 33xrtxss, AXecilolzies, PALS'TS, OILS, DYES, WINDOW GLASS, GLASS WAKE, BRCSHE9, PEKFrXEBT, Books, Stationery and Fancy Articles ever brought into this Territory all of which have been caretully selected with particular ref erence to the wants of this community. We also keep a choice supply of the best and purest qualities of ines. .Brandies. fec.. for tneJ icinol purposes only. V e would particularly call the attention of Physicians, Families and Dealers to our full sup ply of Drnsrs and Medk-hies. warranted tmre and unadulterated ; and would surest to all the propriety of supplying their wunts in this line at home (instead of from a neighboring State,) etj-tciiiUy when they tan. An im. better term. WOODWARD & FI2JLEY". Lawrence, Nov. 24,1855. tf. QUININE, PEEUVIAX BARK. &c. by re tail, as cheap as ever, in spire of their scar city, at the Drug Store of Aov. 24. WOODWARD & FINLEY. BOTANIC MEDICINES. An extensive as sortment of Herbs, Leaves and Roots, from the 'fchaker s hardens , tor salo by Nov. 24. WOODWARD & FINLEY. PATENT MEDICINES. All the best and most popular one of the day, for sale by Nov. 24. WOODWABD '& FINLEY. PAINTS. An extensive supply of Paints and Varnishes of all description. Also ''Har ris' Pains Mill for sale by Nov. 24. WOODWARD & FINLEY. O ILS. Linseed, Olive, Castor, Lard, Tan ners, and 2seattot Oil. for sale bv Nov. 24. WOODWARD & FINLEY. WINDOW GLASS. From S by 10 to 20 by 24 ; for sale bv Nov. 24. WOODWARD & FINLEY. SPICES of all kinds; Tapioca. Sago and Pearl Barley, at the Drug Swto of Nov. 24. WOODWARD & FINLEY. BRUSHES Of all sorts and sizes, by Nov. 24. WOODWARD & FINLEY. TOBACCO AND SEGARS for enle bv Nov. 24. WOODWARD & FINLEY. BOOKS. A select assortment of tho latest publications, Novels Src. lor sale by Nov. 24. WOODWARD & FINLEY. ve: &c. &c, for sale c-hcaD bv Nov. 24. WOODWARD & FINLEY. PERFUMERIES. The ladies are invite! to cull and examine our t-tock of Perfumery and Fancy Article. Nov. 24. WOODWARD & FINLEY, " ""Notice." THE snbscriber having purchased and erect ed a 'Little Giant Cobn Mill." at his place half a mile sonth of Blanton's Bri?ff. w prepared to grind corn in tha ear, fur stock feed. Also Meat and Hominy for lamj;y nse. 3F All orders attended to at short notice, on reasonable U-rms. . J AS. B. ABBOTT. Blanton, Nov. 24, '55. tf. Administrators' Notice. A TOTICE is lierebv irlven that tlin nn.Ws5rFnvl i have obtained "from the Probate Court of the county of Madison, letters of administra tion nion the estate of Gkorge Cosine, deceas ed, bearing date the 2Tth day of October, 1S55 ; mat an persons mauDted to said estate are here by requested to make immediate payment ; and that all persons bavin? claims araiust said es tate are reauestcd to exliihit tliAm rirnimrlv au thenticated, within one year f rom the date of said letters, or they may be precluded from hav ing any Denent 01 said estate ; and if said claims are not presented within three years they will oe lorever oarrea. THOMAS J. ADDIS, ( . , . CAROLINE OOP.lNK.r Aoin Mouth of Cotton wood, K. T., Nov. 24, '55. St. Lawrence Lodge under Dispensation. A. F. E. M. TTOLDS its regular communications at their XX hall on Friday evening before tha full moon in each month- JAUEX CnitlSTIAX, IF. If. WiLLiAif II. R. Ltkinb, Sec?y. Tawrtnce, K. T., Awr.lO, 1855. New Store in Lawrence. W. & C. DUNCAN have opened an entire new stock of Goods in their new eoncrcta building on Massachusetts street, consisting of me usual variety 01 utj uood.4, urocenes, Hard wares, fcc, which they are offering for le at fair prices. Having embarked in the business with the view of continuing in it permanently, and havinir boneht their eootls lor readv cash and established but one price for every class of vuiciuers tney ieei connaent tney can do as well by their customers as can be done by any other house in the city, and make it far more advan tageous to those wishing to make large pur chases than they can do at any place between this and St. Louis. We invite the public to give us a call and examine our stock and prices, and we are confdent tLey will not go away dissatis fied. " , On Price Store, Lawrerv-e, Xw. 10, '-r5. Claim Notice. THIS is to notify all Persona interested in lo cating tin Indian coat, recently laid by C. RoBiNEoN, that said float covers a lariro portion of my claim it being laid without my knowl edge or consent. I protect against it, and warn all persons against purchasing or making im provements on saia cuim. 1 took the claim im mediately after the ratification of the treav with the Indians, for agricultural purposes, and nnaii pre-empt me same, notwithstanding im provements already made or that may be here after made by otliers. F. FULLER. Lavrttux, K. T., Sot 10, '55. 'it. A Han and Woman Wanted, TO assist in a hotel during the winter. The former to cut and draw wood, see to stock, ana ma&e mmseii generally nseiui ; I lie latter to do housework, sewin?, washinar. fec. A suit able couple will find a good comfortable home lor tne winter. Apply immediately at the Tx CCMSEH HOTZL. Tecwntth, Not. 10, 53. JA1IES B. CHAD WICK, rO"o. 63 Xsocruust stxeot, (BETWEEN SECOND AND TH LBD-CTBS. ) ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI. Wholesale dealer in the celebrated improved Little Giant Corn and Cobb Mill. and exclusive agent for their sale in the Week. 50 ; No. 4, (60. Liberal discount made to deal er. J5f G. W. BROWN, of the IL-raU f Ftt dMy Lawrence City, K. T., ia authorized to re- : i i i cciv vfuura jur oa boot arm. ijtwrenco, Oct. 27, '55., 1,000 AGEHT3 WASTED. ; ONE THOUSAND AGENTS wanted immedi allv. in iiverr nert of thet TTntf-jwl Nf.tiu i canvass for subscribers to the ILebald or Fus- dom. Ji. liberal eomimsaion paid for services, and so capiial required.' Addren G. W. BBOWN & CO, Laweekce, K. T., Feb. 8. tf ' Publisher. A. D. SearL . rrY SUBVEYOB AND CIVIL ENGINEE2, w ev jomiu scrcet, iAwren-.-e, "iriir T. &focL . Wonder if he cao slee d THE E1IP0RIUH OF TRADE. New Store and New Goods ! GW. & W. HUTCHINSON & CO., are jnst opening at their new and commodi ous Sales Loom, the largest and best selected stock of Goods ever oiLred ia Kansas, for whole sale and retail trade ; and while they acknowl edge their c bngations to thi public for pst fa vors, they would nspeotinuy invite tuem to no tice their extensive facilities lately added, for furnishing everything tha western 'trade de mands at tit fact. They have already secured a very flattering WHOLESALE T2JLI with interior town, andean warrant their goods at lower prices tbun can be found at any ture weiOT fu j"i;i-. mcviii ii.mih-o wiicruiuey have filled rd'-TS for country trade they have been gratified to know that better satisfaction has been given than by going to the States to purchase. It is especially in theDrv Goods de partment tnat iney promise ffreai tmryattu. as thev purchas at the East, and require but tut m- derate jf-rifit added to the original cost. Their neighbors who wian to study economy and save their money, would do well to call and examine their piles of PJtJSTS, GlXOIIAJfS, ZELAIXES. JtA GES, Cashmeres with trimmings to match, gloves and hosiery, cravat. Napoleon ties, white cambrics, lawns and muslins, colored cambrics and silicias, jeans, cotton and woolen knitting; yarn, saddler's siik. blcaclted cottons, drillings, denims, sheetings and flannels of all kinds. SUGARS ot all grades and prices, from 11 to 15 cm : svrun and molaaca. coffee, spices ground and ungrouud, lard, fish, linseed, lard and ncais-iooi on. wnuu ana rca icaa, turpen tine and paints, window srlass, nails, hardw are. crockery, glass, stone, wooden and tin wares ; ikon, round and square, at wholesale. FUJtA JTVnE AM) iiUUHt; lUJiMSU IX G GOODS of all descriptions : doors, sash glazed and nnglazed. carpeta, mattresses. o-i o .ui riiio oi every qual ity and color : boots and shoes adapted to the western trade. - - IlAXXSSE SADDLES, BRIDLES, martingales, saddle-bags, horse blankets, straps of manv kinds, buckles, spurs. SJtfiOXERY. PESSX FEXC1LS. Sand -boxes, cards, portfolios, paper hangings, looking glasses. YAXKEE XOTJOXSot over a hundred va rieties, to plea3 both the old aud young, with numerous other things that cannot well be da- scribed - - - -r " ' They have also commenced the Merchant Tailobtno BrsnvEfS, aud besides their fine stock of broadcloths, doe skins, cassimcres. vestings and tailor's trimmings, they have at all times the largest stock of READY MADE CLOTHING for gent's, youth, and boy's, ever opened in Kanas. PJiOTISIOXS f all lindt ; Sweet and Irish potatoes, apples, butter, cheese, eggs, honey, &c, fcc, constantly on hand, with many other tilings tedious to mention making in all a stock of about $30,009 worth of Goods that must be sold low roa Casu only. Xo. IS SfauachutttU Stste. Lawrence, Nov. 17, 1S53. O. PAETBinOE, t. fJIITH, W. n. SMITH, B. 8. EE ED. Partridge & Co., WWIIOLF.SALE GKOCERS and Commis sion and Forwarding Merchants, No. 64 North Second-st., Su Louis. Mo., will make lib eral cash h advances on consignments of produce, in St. Louis, New Orleans, New Yolk for sale and Boston St. Louis, Oct. 27, '55. ly. BOGGS & SCOTT, Westport, Mo., DEALEKS in Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Perfumery. Fancy Articles. Brushes, Glass ware, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Dye Stuffs, and all kinds of genuine and popular Patent Medicine. Assortment very extensive and complete whole sale and retail at the lowest prices. All articles warranted pure. They also keep a variety of Miscellaneous and School Books. Stationery," Envelopes, Note Pa per, Mottoes. Steel Pens, &c., ttc Oct. 13, lfcoo. G. P. Lowrey. ATTORNEY AT LAW, and General Land Agent, Lawrence, K. T. t. ... - 11..,. 1,,,4. IT T.w1.-r P.nn S. C. Foniroy, Lawrence ; Wm. 0. Bryant, Esq.. New York city; Asa Packer, Eq., Mauch Chunk ra.; w lib.'r l urtis, rq., ut. xsanington, jiass. Lawrcui-e. Owt. 27, '5o. tf Uotice. THE rartncrt,hip existing but wcn Larnod & Grimes n us lirolvod hv innLual consent OH the 2id of ScptemWr last. All accounts and bills will be settled by Henry Lcarnwd, who will (H.nr.imii- in thu lin.iin,.... - irENEY LEAENED. Lawrence, Oct. 27, 'i 3. t Workmen Wanted. "1 TECIIANICS and day-laborers are wanted to X1JL prosecute the improvements being made in Council City. Capitalists are also advi.-ed that thi in a ivuint worthy their attention. The town rite is finely located in the midst of a fertile and beautiful reffion. abounding in stone, timber and coal. Apply at the othce of the Boaid of i rustees, in Council uiry. or to L tan ennui, American JlMl, Kanaaa'City. Bv order of the T I if IT V" C. Council City, Oct. 27, '55 St Eemovalt TT A. HANCOCK would take this method of I I. nctifviuv lh neonle of Lawrence mid vi cinity that he has removed his stock of Chairs to the old Pioneer Boardin? Honse. f-rmerly occu- p.ci by Cupt. loms. where lie will be h-und Tor the pr' ut. and otfers them for sale at cs low rates as cmi be found elsewhere. People who are about furnishing their houses would do well to call, as he is receiving new ad iitious. Also Fur niture and Mattrasses made to order. Lawrihce, Oct. 27, 1655, Eeady Hade Frame Houses. THE subscriber having contracted for a large number of the above houses, is prepared to furnish those in want. They are of different sizes, and will be sold at the lowest prices. A line addressed to E. Simmons, Kansas, SIo., will meet with prompt attention. Beeebenceb. S. C. Pomeroy. Eso.. Kansas city, Mo.; Dr. C. Kobinson, and O. W. Brown. Eso., Lawieuce, K. T. E. SIMMONS. June 16, '55. tf. New Goods. THE undersj'ned are now receiving their stock of Fail Goods, consisting of Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, yueensware. Fur niture, Saddlery, men's and boy's Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Gloves, Hosiery and indeed al rnobt every article usually called for. ' Sale at as low rates as they can att'ord. Thankful for the Eatronage heretofore extended to them, they ope to merit s continuation of the same. Terms cash. WANTED Dry Hides, Butter, E?es. Ac. UOKNSBY fc FEliElLL. Lawrence, Se;4. 22, 1855. tf. Hurra for the Vegetables I- THE subscriber would inform tboe of the inhabitants of Lawrence and vicinity ig norant of the fact, that be has actually suc ceeded in obtaining a supply of most kinds of anti-seoibut:c articles of diet, which he offers for sale at his NEW PEOVISION STOSE.No 19 Massachusetts street. He is now desirous of proving to all concerned, that it is far more Lecltby to live on vegetables than on meat -of course from perfectly disinterested motives. He has made arrangements for the running of teams regularly to the alotiier country, so that he hopes to be able to keep on hand constantly enough of the articles calculated to regale the ap petites of the people, to atone for the long ab sence from the market of almost every thing but Missouri pork. t4f For tale ss abovo ScrExrrsx Flock and superior Seed Wheat, at the lowest market prices. C. STEAENS. Lawrence, Sept. 8, 1S55. Gra H. Wells & Co., FLORENCE, Mass., manufacturers of Wells' Patent Portable Saw Mills; admitted the best in the United States. Sinffle mills with 88 inch to 11 inch Saw Double Mills, adapted to cutting all sized logs to feet in diameter. Child's Circular Saw Mills constantly on hand. Mills shipped to any part of the country, secure ly boxed, warranted to give satisfaction. -: Florence, Maes Aug. 25, '55- 2m. , Caution. ALL persons are cantioned against having a cote made by A. H. Mallokt to J. Si Mott of La art nee for about 35, as the not was giv en for company property in whK'b I had a joint interest with Mr. Mott, and Mr. Mallory has been torbid Jen to pay the same. - L. S. BACON. Laitnuct, Oct. 13, 1855-St, . John Baldwin, ; Ferryman, HAS jest completed his new Jerry boat, and holds himself in rfeadiness to tats passengers and teams over ths Kansas river, opposite Law rence, at ail hours, on application, at ths Bsual prices.:-.-:-'-.-..:. s Lawrence, Junes, lS53.g'-t ' Graham Hour, Iard,&c. TUST received at Steaexs' a lot of good Gra u hzm Flour; also Lass, and 100 bushels of tboae splendid Potatoes we hsvs been expecting so long. , Nov.l7'55. 2t, should g orerasrwe are off.. lair 'aad J ; Topeka Brick Tard. " Farm Claims for Sale ! tention individuals who are connected in K ' is all timber, the other aU double log house and forty .ITa, fence on one of tlie claims. ' adtT Another chuai four miles from Lau-r same distaii.e from Leconsryon h. Also a claim threa miles fro- Lawr covered with timber Miitubla for MTfJ "j : tabia anl thirteen acres rail fence .n premises. lA The above, with several other cboU Will be POUlUrd mil In Mw ttos. laiul in Kansas. UBptotj Persons having claims to t thoe deairiiur to buv. shonl.lV.n r " Hekalu of F&eebvx Orrica. Lawrence, Sept. 80, '55. 'v Printing Haterial fbTs5T A CHANCE FOR A X material for a complete .WmtJTt "".iuu assoni,,.. . Printi! . at the town of PaL he will at a liheral .V,.,. J. WBt- for cas-h. It comprises a good sali-T J Type, and a So. 8 Wayngu,n p,?u' newspaper type for a doable-mJ! ge lont ol letter lor bock-printi-. i ment. Also one hundred reams of t-a-fcrent kinds. Persons desirous of ux' mn.it annlv noon a tla , ' "-sm -Itv - , ' w.enai i-- - moved iroin the Teintory, if Kot j luiiucr parucuiMiB uiuults 1 u W l Editor Herald of Freedom, Lawrc'n r S. P. UIUUIXS, Fonfi&t t Pawnee, K. T., Oct. 13, '55,-in, L James Christian, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOE AT Lit Lawrence, Kansas Territory, myj promptly to all business cntrn.tiJ n. the various Courts of the Territory. experience of some years as a la wj'er in tixll and West, and being familiar with ti Jv emption laws, lie flatters himself m... i give entire satisfaction to all aha may 41 tion to lands, collection of debts, ata in tr-.'. M.irnCS fdt S KlAAr TtAAAJ C" Ecfcrence may be had to Silas Prkt r, Hamilton Finnev. Clerk of Cin-nir r. r John Cummins. Jn3p of County IVttr. ij. i. icj m.h, uij., xiarnsvnviiie, ai,,.; Hke. and Janiea C. Walter. Fxr. t-' " ton, Illinois; lion. William Norvriu J: j; ard, Esq., Cat Use, Ky., William Tesh,Lc Aug. 11,1855. Notice TS hereby given to E. Ch spin an, cf tbjtr.ve . laid near said town, and which fee has kvt t ' v "-"" - ,-tiv v villi i. ,' shall pre-empt and hold, as 1 hv. Ut-i ' ejected tlierelrom by threats ad dciiijiMrt:l oi violence oaiu isiiupinan uas no; a Jttrui riclit tliiTi'to. and 1 fclmll iiYivnr ".!. l. ' all dispute. All persons, therefore. a?iJ not to purchase iota orury mterttsof MidOs. man or Wood, located upon s:uj tliim. have no right to sell the same, tej m I tT favor of the movement now bcin? mA- br ti outsidcrs,r to break up tlie settlententirfj.- iut, t euaii irauMcr saw ciaiai uitHn if 1 iLli Lawrence, Aug. 11, '55. 6m. Herring's Patent Champion Fir; f roof Safes, WiTn Hall's Patent PowniR-raoor Lx Which L'eceiredth Prize Jf JuUrtti V, A lair, LunduK, I3il hurliTs I air, ,,gj. lS5-'4 THE subpcriSfers arc the only person i?j ized to make and sell the sowve irt.i: ArEsand Ijoces hi tlie t-uteoi Jiiisocn,!. can and will lumish tiiem at hew 1 ork msLzL turera' prices warranted free from Aminto JiOBEEI A. l) a Denot No. 13 Lcvcc and 2t Commerdi-c; one door from Chestnut, St. Louis. July 21, 1&55. ly. Tecumseh Hotel. THIS large lhAtl. containing sixteen p sized, well fnished and toiuf .rts'ly t nijlc4 rooms, ia now ready forpnliioi,T!r dutioii. Stables and other convciaeiKKn; premises. Public patron. tire is in tifJ. aud accf.mnuKlaticns fllrrli!lcd fwr pablksn inirs. conventions, courts. Ac. f ecuuiscu is situuted sixtv nii!r m-st f 1 j port, twenty miles wt of LawreiK. f f ; f miles w. a. w. of Leavenworth, six'r mi. i t e. ot Council G ove, ity mlh s Hiii'h M ka boundaiy, tixty niiics north of Jac Mil f AcnncV. Lady and gei!t!c:ncn travelers rr.sy n!j r obtaining gKKl (uvommouations tnl rout h. Tixumscb, K. T.t Aug. in, lbS. it City Lots and Farm CM21. U'PON tlie urgent solicitation of stversl fii I have determined u itcn gi vini ffiut rj of mv nttcnti'in for the fiitnre to the talei-l (IT LOTS aud FAKM CLAIMS. Tb cither lots or claims tley wh-li tfl u'iie t. furnishing me with a description f tlnir Wi tion. advuntagos, and puce, will ixd K nurchancr. I have several very desirable turn tUof ii my disrxiaal, situatod near the city of on which sundry imDrovcmiit have lo it Also several city lots and intcn-0t in tl t neighboring towns. G. W. LL05- Lawrcuce, hept, 1,75. L. C. Tolles, U. T)-, PHYSICIAN fe SUKGEOX, oiiiojst J.Ha inson's, tliree doors south vf the lldJt Freedom oiiice. Dr. Tollcs has purchased the medidw. &c, belomrin? to tho latcDr. Il.Clwk.WKi himself in readiness to answer ail caii is ' line of his profession. lavrexce, Jut 3, lSZ5.tf W. A. HOT. B. CLATXR. i-1. BCT V. A. Hunt & Co., PRODUCE, Commission and Fervri Merchants, 19 Levee, St. Louis, U-- tween Pine and Chestnut. " ' A M MVH1H tbKUyVU IJ W r ders for any description of ilcrchaadiK tlVUUIX. Jfajr 19, 1S55. tf. G. W. SrtrWTL. COMMISSIONER of DEEDS, nd otV 4 vy strnmcatsor Writing under beat, snai sitions for Pennsylvania. MassachotetM, mont, Iowa, Illinois, Ohio, and New Vclrt., attend to tho duties of his ortice on ipt'ik the MEXALit or rsEEDox oiiice. Lawrence, May 12, laW. tf. Dr. Jno. P. Wood, conaitrnmcntof roods, either on c&uuai 4 ready t otherwise. " ' 1 ' Lawrence, June S, 1855. f. S1I -m. Am flrAfm D ,EALEE in Dry Goods, Preria ine 1 ' 1 ' rjvirii Dr. E. A. Barnes. HYSICIAKSt SUEGEON.Mauiit1 rente, K. T. Jnns J, H. B. BoTiton. A TTOENEY AT LAW, and Gensi lj IX Agent, Kansas Uty, Mo. Aug. ii, isao. sin.- , J. ElhDLESEAESEB. Vf.G.t- iiioaieiDarger cew- WHOLESALE GEOtEES, Coms Forwardinj McrcLants, Kansas, - B. Slater, PEODUCE DEALEK AND C0n MEECHANT, No. IS Lsvse, St. I" Jtlt. ft. 'M. . Edward Clark. ATT0RNET,SOLiaTOE,AC0C5gl and General Land Agent, Ofiee- chusetu street, Lawrence, Kansas iar-"' Lawrence, Feb. 12, '&5. . Br. John Boy, lyjAIN seet, Lawrence, K. T- 55. G. W. Brown, ATTORNEY AT LAW. My b lUrahlif FrVwn. oif..K. -JZ- J. S. Emery, LAW 0& W Mass. st,, spsaii- . Urencs,J8j: A TTOENEY AT LAW sad fOJ2Sl CHANCERY, ft Main stUZZ-i Dr. S. C.Harrlnftca. OTTICE Ko, 1 Twelift straet, LsJff sas Territory. FOBWARDING and COMMISSION KEi CHANT, has just completed hisiw M house on the Levee, and is readv to rare '