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Without knowing the exact result of
it late election as we write, yet it ii p
" nt that in? Republican organization in
Territory U much weaker than ita
feuds' contemplated, and it has been ln
jaanenUl in giving the Democratic par-
1 powerful position in the Constitution
I Conation, which, but for the prema
are organization of that party, would not
ijte teen the case. The Free 8tate party,
preserved intact, was strong enough to re
.:.t Democracy in any shape it would
,rr. Since it adopted the voting
Vicr, down to its disgraceful abandon
sdt by those who had pledged their
33or to preserve it "until we were a
;jie io the Union," it had been able te
Aiep the entire course, and every conn
., in the Territory rejoiced in a Free
jute majority.
Loot over the Territory, and behold the
Farmer Eldoa Batatas'
The vote of Wyandott county-was:--Wyandott
township : W. Y. Roberta,
171; Fielding Johnson, 160; Dr. J. E.
Bennett, 219; Dr. J. B. Welborn, 209. i
Quindaro township: W. J. Roberta, 66;
Fielding Johnson, 80; Dr.J.E. BenneU,
76; Dr. J. B. Welborn, 85.
Average Democratic majority, 65.
Lykios county gave a Republican ma
jority of 125. . " '
Bourbon county: Democratic and Free
Sute majority, 40.
Doniphan county stands as follows:
Democratic precincts : Troy, 64 maj.
Wathena, 60; Iowa Point, 110; Doniphan,
189; total, 423. Republican: El wood,
140; Highland, 22; Palermo, 17; Burr
Oak, 27; Wolf Run, 10; Geary City, 23; in
alt 232. Democratic majority in the
county, 191.
The vote of Linn county was
Lamb, Rep, 381; Arthur, Rep., 366;
Faris, opp., 321; Dobbyns, opp., 315.
Average Republican majority, 55.
Mound City bad the highest number of
votes for the county seat.
Chase county. IL J. Espy, 84; S. 2f.
Wood, 87; J. M. Winchell and Wm. Mc-
'degates to the Constitutional Conven
er:.
rontrast : Cullough, none, two precincts not heard
. . . 1 r n t - - -
Doniphan county seous are xjemocrauc rom
Morris county. H. J. Espy, 63; 8. N.
Wood, 63; J. M. Winchell, 5; Wm. Mc-
Cullougb, 5; one precinct not heard from.
Breckenridge county. 8. X. Wood,
128; H. J. Espy, 129; J. M. Winchell,
268; Wm. McCulloogh, 266. So far as
Atchison county claims to have elected
tires Republican delegates, with about
:te hundred and twenty majority. But
:r the large accessions to the party by
IVcumers during the last yr, that heard from, Espy has 276 votes; Wood,
fsuiitv would have been Democratic, as
ve shall not be disappointed to see it at
the next election.
Leavenworth county, with its ten dele
tes, is Democratic. With Republican
iiidget of election in every voting pre
sect, and a stringent statutory law against
fraudulefft voting, we place no confidence
1 the cry of "frauds;" or, if practiced.
ie believe one party, in tide instance, has
H Men u guilty of it as the other.
Wyandott county, claiming two dele
jitei, is also Democratic.
Johnson county has elected one Demo
rut and one Free State by very close
rote one majority.
Lrkins and Linn counties, with two
delegates to each, are Republican.
Bourbon county has one Democrat and
one Free State.
Allen county probably electa one Democrat
Coflev and Woodson counties elect one
Democrat and one Republican,
Anderson end Franklin counties each
elect one Republican,
Douglas county has elected seven, but
the Free State majority of from 1,200 to
1,500 is cut down to about 800.
Shawnee county elects three Republi
cam by a greatly reduced vote.
Breckenridge, Wise and Osage, elect
two Republican delegates.
county has elected a Republican
ereon snd Calhoun, alios Jackson,
each elect Democratic delegates.
The Convention will consist of fifty-
four members, if tbe two are admitted to
278; McCullough, 266; Winchell, 268.
The vote of Osage county probably
elects Winchell and McCullough.
The vote of Anderson county was
Blunt, 98; W. F. M. Amy, 95; both
Republicans.
Brown county reported Democratic.
Marshall, Nemaha, and Madison, are
doubtful.
Richardson is claimed by the Republi
cans.
Coffee and Woodson elect S. E. Hoff
man, Rep., and Mr. Hoover, Dem.
Our latest news give the Republicans
twenty-five delegates, two Free State, one
each from Johnson and Bourbon, twenty-
four Democrats, includingtwo from Wyan
dott, and three doubtful The Republi
cans must carry all the doubtful counties to
have a working majority.
Johnson County.
We are indebted to 8. B. Myrick for
the returns of this county. One Repub
lican and one Democrat are elected :
two nepui
H Riley c
II Jeffersc
Democrats. Free State.
Barton. Martin. Bnrria. Stratton.
Shawnee, 65 61 61 62
Oxford, 21 24 22 11
Olathe, 98 90 68 50
Aubrey, 23 21 17 15
Spring Hill, 20 18 33 31
Gardner, 29 30 47 47
McCamish, 36 39 59 55
Monticello, 40 30 21 6
Lexington, 44 32 60 55
378 345 348 332
The above is complete for the county,
and official in four of the precincts. La
ter news eives Burris but one majority over
lean irom Wyandott county, which, of Martin- coantiDe in tbe returns from Lex-
courte, wm ne me case, ana twenty-eignt . , w h u thrown out for n
formality.
members will be a majority. It is certain
the Democrats have twenty-t wo, and prob
ably twenty-six of this number. If so, the
Free State delegates elect, one from John
ion, and one from Bourboo, will hold the
haltmce of power, and like the old Free
boilers in tbe States, they will use the
power thus given them, to secure justice
to the people,
Qtly' Hots a
After a description of his trip from
Osawatomie to Lawrence, he speak of the
(1859?-XAWRENCE
Haw Exchange.
The Atchison Union came to hand jnst
as we were going to press last week. It is
a large and well conducted sheet, and evi
dences the editor's ability to defend the
policy of the Democratic party whose
principles he advocates, while at the same
If the leaders of the Republican move- Hma un 10 "B
ment can see anything in the late elections w w,8n " u"ic-
to reward them for their efforts in ilextrov. Th6 W-eek,y Democrat, of St. Jo-
ing the Free State psrty.thev are welcome M.- ,ita firet PP"M- on
to it. The Democracy will have the honor, the 9th .n.t. It cla.m. to be the "organ
01 tue r ree-uauur partv lur n ostcru juib-
souri."
principally, of framing our State Constitu
tion, and if they demean themselves wise
ly, they will build up a power in Kansas
which it will bo difficult to overthrow.
While we have no sympathy for that par
tr, we are frank to admit that we have
Taming Criminal at Large.
Judge Williama gave the same deci
sion in reference to criminal prosecutions,
commenced under the old laws, in John-
little love for the violators of plighted I son county, that he did in Wyandott.
The result is that about forty criminals
horse thieves, murderers, ic, go un-
whipt of justice. This is the result of
the inadvertence of the Legislature in
not inserting a saving clause in the Act
repealing the code of 1855.
faith.
who are their opponents.
A Wawr-Can Fayeleiaa.
It ii with much pleasure that we call
attention to the card of Dr. W. 8. BtrsH, a
ater-Cure physician, late from Indian-
H 'poll. Iud., who has had extensive expe
II riance, and comes to us highly recom
1 jiended as a physician and a man.
If
latter, as folio wt f -
The road from Prairie City to Lawrence
(15 miles) passed over a rolling country.
mainly prairie, crosses tbe great Santa re
trail, now horribly cut np by many heavy
wazona passing lu bad weather. then takes
over a high divide and along a limestone
ridge which runs out into the valleyof
the Wakarusa, and affords a magnificent
view of the country for an area of twenty
miles in each direction, with the prairie
io good part cultivated, gleaminz in sun
light on every bend, and the Wakarusa
with its belt of timber making its way
through them to join the Eaw, with its
still larger belt; on the north. Spacious
mounds or spurs of limestone covered with
soil and grass rise to height of two or
three hundred feet on every side, on one
of which, visible for many miles on every
side, a fiajr, when raised, need to give
warning of invasion and danger in tbe
troublous days now happily passed away.
At the base of one of these spurs, by the
side of the Kaw, sits Lawbbscb, clearly
discernible from distance of ten miles.
Descending from the ridge, and passed
over a lower prairie two or three miles, we
cross the Wakarusa (a moderate creek.
hardly twenty yards wide, but very deep
and with high, steep banks) on a good
toll-bridge, traverse its wide, wet bottom,
here in good part prairie-marsh, and pass
over two miles of superb prairie into the
renowned citadel of Free Sute principles,
the first-born of Northern resolution that
Kansas should not be tamely yielded to
the slaveholders, and which does not
deny its parentage.
Lawrence can only grow with the more
thorough developmentof the surrounding
country. Across the Kaw on the north,
a large Indian reservation (the Delaware)
impedes its progress, while town sites, and
very good ones, are so abundant in Kan
sas, that no location but one where navi
gable water is abandoned for land trans
portation can be or very mucn account,
I should say Lawrence has now five hun
dred dwellings and perhaps 5,000 in
habitants, and these figures are more like
ly to be over than under tbe mark. She
has a magnificent hotel (the Eldridge
House1) the best. I hear, between the
Missouri and tbe Sacramento far better,
I fear, than ita patronage will justify
though it has nearly all that Lawrence
can give. She it to have a great Uni
versity, for which a part of the funds are
already provided, but I trust it will be
located some distance away, so as to give
scope for a model farm, and for a perfect
development of tbe education 01 ine
brain and the hands together. In our old
States, the cost of land is always assign
ed as a reason for not blending labor with
study authoritatively and systematically ;
here there can be no such excuse. I
trust the establishment of the Lawrence
University will not be unduly hurried,
but that it will be, whenever it does open
its doors to students, an institution wor
thy of its name.
I passed into the town over "Mount
Oread." a considerable eminence on the
south-west, on whose summit the Free
State fortress of other days was construct
ed. It is now dilapidated, but is a place
of considerable natural strength as a de
fensive position, and in tbe hands of tbe
grandsons of the men who defended Bun
ker Hill, would have cost something to
whoever might have taken it As it was,
tbe Ruffians, though often in tbe neigh'
borhood in overwhelming force, and anx
ions enough for its destruction, never got
rjossession of it but once, and then by
marching with Federal officers at their
neaa ana r eaerai ma iu meir iiwksvo.
For one, I regret that even these were
suffered to shield them, and thus allow
printing-presses to be destroyed and houses
battered down and burned with impunity.
I did not BDeak lonz in Lawrence, for I
trust words are not there needed. Her
people have had practical illustrations of
tbe great issues wmcu umuo me wumij,
and are not likely soon to forget them.
Of course, her pioneers will die or be
come dispersed; new men will come in or
rise up to fill their places, ana "anoiner
king arose who knew not Joseph," will
Gnd its parallel in ber luture,
Bm.
May 30. An insurrection has broken
out in tho Valtelline and the population
are repairing en masse to Hondrio, the
center of the revolutionary movement.
The Austrian gen d' arms, who have re
tired into Switzerland, have been disarm
ed by the Swiss authorities and sent into
the interior of tbe country.
The federal council have dispatched
troops to the frontiers of tbe Greisons.
The telegraph to Como is worked by
Sardinian employees.
Uen. Qanbaldi's vanguard is at dantu.
It is stated that 8.000 Sardinians are at
Varez, and that a French corps d 'armee
is expected there.
Gen . Uiinbaldi yesterday suffered a de
feat by a superior force of Austrians and
has withdrawn into the canton of Tessin.
THERE will be pnarbinf fer the Rev. W. O.
Thou as, in Foid'a Hall.on8andas,atl0
o'eloek A. M. and o'clock P. M. - -
Jan I. "SO.
Od Fellow.
T AWRENCE LODGE X. 4, I. 0. 0. F
-Li bmU reculsrlr nr W edneadnr Tninc.t
1)i o'eloek. in Habeoek A Likin'i Hall, next
door t tbe Eldridce Hon. Member of the Or
der, in food ataodinf, ar eordiaUj invited to
vi.it th.Lod,. J F.OBISWOU)ilr.a
G. S. THonios.Sec. ...
LAWRENCE LODGE 50. 8 I. O. of G. T.
meet regularly, everr Monday, 7 1-S
e'clock. in Babeook A Lkina' Hall. Members
of tbe order from other Lodges are invited to
meet with as whenever ther ean make it oonven
ient. J.C. TBASK. W.C.T.
A. G. DaLii. W. 8. Mar V.
RlasoaUc.
THE REGULAR MEETINGS of Lawrene
Lodxe. No. 4. are held on th frit Thnndan
of each month, in Masonic Hall. BabeoekA Lu-
kins' Baildinf.
A ax. li-tf
Ohio State ama ralm Law Colics; e.
THIS Institution has been removed to Cleve
land, Ohio. Degree ar lellr conferred.
and students upon cradoatinc mar be admitted
to practise. For Circulars address, at CUvcland,
(FabU-lr M. A. KISG, Stentaiy.
- W. S. BUSH, M. D.,
WATER-CURE PHYSICIAN,
OFFERS his service! to th eitiiens of Law
rence and vicinity. He was, for two years.
on or thephyaieianeol vLsif MATS ma
I'DBt, in Kew York, and has been a Water
Cure practitioner for the last ten years, four of
which hare been spent in various Water-Car
establishments. His experience in th treat
ment of acute diseases has been ample and suc
cessful, especially in intermittent and typhoid
fevers.
I'arsnna at a distance, who wish advice, ean
consult him by letter, enclosinc a fee. ($3.) and
receiTe, uj iciuin msii, iu-imuw ..iniui. mix
tions for treatment at home. They should b
particular to scat their ace. sex, eonatitution.
hereditary tendencies, ana stmptoms. inos
who wish to b cured of th acu without th
use of calomel or quinine or other poisons, or to
obtiin relief irom liver-complaint, dyspepsia,
bronchitis, the diseases peculiar to women, Ac.
should not fail tooonsult him. .
Office, HKRA.LD or aExDOrn Duuainf , Law
rence. Kansas Territory.
June 18, w. tr.
Hardware! Hardware!
1259.1
jwsibibt sr-k ar. wt j- 'Mm ita " I I A
lAwrence, May th, It-w. tf.
Storage, Fenrardlng ul Ciamiwlsi! I
fobs at nixnoRE,
TT AVISO rented th Emigrant Aid Banding,
renar
torage, Forwarding and Commission business,
formerly
ired. and
oecaoMd br Q. W. HuntJ
in give strict attention so toe
Established, 1SOS.
11UD HlfJf,
Babcoek & Lykins' Br'n Building,
Jf. Z5 Jtlaasacaasetta Street,
New Goods! IVewMioods!
i i fOBD At riLLMORE. .
OIL PAINTED WINDOW SHADES! Diffar
nt stile, siies and patterns.
FORD A FILLMORE.
OIL PAINTED WINDOW SHADES! Differ
ent style, sixes and patterns.
FORD A FILLMORE.
flL PAINTED WINDOW SHADES! Differ
J wnt stile, sixes and patterns.
FORD A FILLMORE.
OIL PAINTED WINDOW SHADES! Differ
ent sttlea. shade and patterns.
FORD A FILLMORE.
OIL PAINTED WINDOW SHADESI Differ-
ant sty les, shade and pattei
.. FOUL) A
Lttirna.
FILLMORE.
riOLD BORDERED
WINDOW SHADES!
Dry Painted Window Shades.
FORD A FILLMORE.
axi BBCKTvnra fbok
HARDW ARE FOR PIKE'S PEAR !
St. Louis, Sew York & rbila.elphU,
. Their print supply of
DRUGS, MEDICINES,
'CH EM ICA L S , '
PERFUMERY,
PURSES,
FINE CUTLERT,
TOILET ARTICLES,
&c, &c, 4c.
. tuo
DRUGGISTS' GLASS WARE,
PAINTS.
OILS.
VARNISHES.
BURNING FLUID,
PURE LIQUORS.
GOLD BORDERED WINDOW SHADES!
Dry Painted Window Sha 1
FORD A FILLMORE.
GOLD BORDERED WINDOW SHADES!
Dry Painted Window Shades.
FORD A FILLMORE.
GOLD BORDERED WINDOW SHADES!
Dry Painted Window Shades,
FORD A FILLMORE.
GOLD BORDERED WINDOW SHADES!
Dry Painted Window Shades.
June. 4. 'U.-3U FORD A FILLMORE.
FORD & FILLMORE.
aawi-oacet Kansas
PAPER WINDOW SHADES! WINDOW
Shade Fixture.. FORD A FILMOKE.
WINDOW SHADES! WINDOW
FORD A FILLalOKCi.
' - ' Trwte Sals :. j .i
WHEREAS Benjamin F. Daltsa. William
O'Doanall and Cythia, wife of said Wil
liam O Donnald.of Lawrence. Kansas, by their
certain Deeds of trust. datd the 13th day of
March. Iftd, and of record in th Recorder's
office of the Pawnee Land District, in Kansas
Territory, in Book "A." page US. did convey to
the undersigned Trustee thefollowingdeacribed
tract of land, towit: The south-east quarter of
Section No. 10. in Township N. 18, of Range
No. SO, East, in the oounty of Franklin, sam
Territory, which said conveyance to th nndor
sijned was in trust. hwvr, to aeeure totieone
W . Collamore of said Lawrence, the payment of
the amount of rents reserved dnehiaa from th
aid Benjamin F. Dalton and William O'Doa
nall. of certain premises described in an indent
ure nfleass, mad by said Georg W. Collamor
to th said Beniamin F. Balurn and William
O'Donnall. dated March 13, 1S8, amounting to
one thousand dollars, for the term of one year
from th lt day of April, 1SV, and whereas
there now remains overdue and unpaid of said
rents, secured by said trust deed, the sum of
i'MO.
how. at tfcrequest of thesaid George W. Col
lamore, the lessor in said lease, to whom thesaid
rents ar reserved and payable, I. John M. Coe,
the aforesaid trustee, hereby gir public notice,
in accordance with the terms of said deed, that
on Monday, the leih day ef July. 159. between
tbe hours of 10 o'clock A.M. and 4 o'clock P. M
of thatday. at th enurt boaseof Franklin coun
ty, in th city of Minneola, Kansas Territory, I
will sell. at public auction, to the highest bidder,
for cash, the said tract of land tn satisfy the said
rentsdue and unpaid, and also the cost andex
peasewof executing this trust,
June 11, '. iu JOHN M. COE, Trustee.
TAPER
I -I Shade Fixtures.
PAPER WINDOW
A Shade Fixtures.
SHADES ! WINDOW
FORD A FILLMORE.
IHADE FIXTURES. SHADE FIXTURES 1
5 FORD A FILLMORE.
OOKD AND TASSELS. CORD AND TAS-
V sell.
FORD A FILLMORE.
w
ALL PAPER! new
patterns, new paper,
r UKD A FILLMORE.
WALL PAPER! VlllffiJffi.
WALL PAPER! new patterns, new paper.
FOHD A FILLMORE.
Civil Action.
TSRRITORTOF KlNSAS,!
Anderson Conntv. t
JACKSON L. TRENTICE.)
vs. Civil Action.
JOIIX J. HICKMAN, S
In the Third Judicial District Court, fitting
wiinin an lor in oounty or Anderson, in
raid Territory.
THE object of this suit is to recover judg-
A ment for the aum of S196 and interae!
thereon, at the rate of 90 per eent. per annum,
from the Sth day of September, le37, and also for
iw .Solicitor a fees and costsof suit, and, also,
to foreclose a mortaace executed by said defend
ant to said plaintiff, on tbe South-East quarter
of Section No. SI, Township No.SOof Range No.
v. contatningone nunareo. ana sixty acres.
It appearing, bv affidavit filed, that the defend
ant, John J Hickman, is a non-resident of this
Territory, it is therefore ordered that the said
John J. Hickman do, by the Idth day of July',
1859, answer the petition of tbe said Jackson
L Prentice acaiust him. filed in the Clerk's
omoe ot said I ouru or the same will be taken as
true ana judgment rendered accordingly.
eln Testimony whereof I, Alanson
Simons, Clerk of said Court, bare
hereunto signed my name and affixed
the seal of t-aid Court, at Garnett in
said oonntyanddistrict. this 7th day of May, 1839,
ALASO.N MMO.S. Ulerk.
Shcmtb A McImtmt, Att'a for Plaintiffs.
June 4, '. L
HANGINGS! New styles: not the
FORD A FILLMORE.
PAPER
prices.
ID A PER HANULNGS'
I x. nnoea
June , '59. 3t
: ftew styles: note tn
FORD A FILLMORE.
NEW LOT OF WALL PAPER,
t OKD riLLXOBC.
PAPER HANGINGS. NEW STYLES AND
PRICES TO feUIT.
Ford A Fillmoxi.
FINE CIGARS,
HARDWARE FOR THE TOWN!
HARDWARE FOR THE COUNTRY !
STAPLE STATIONERY,
All of which have been earefully selected, and
bought at lowest Scares br on of th firm, just
returned from th East, and will be sold at
WHOLESALE AND RATAIL,
At as low prices as anywhere in this Western
country.
Dealers, Phjsioians, and th Public generally.
are requested to U or sand in their orders to
OUR NEW GOODS HAVE COME.
Ford A Fillmobi.
OUR NEW GOODS HATE COME.
FOBD A FlLLHOEB.
OUR NEW GOODS HAVE COME.
' Ford A Fillmobi.
OUR NEW DRESS GOODS HAVE COME.
Ford A Fillmorb.
Civil Actisn.
Kansas TsRsrroar,
Anderson County. I
LIBERTY PRENTICE
TS. I V1T11 Aeiion.
GILBERT N. PIPER.
In the Third Judicial District Court, sitting
within and for th County of Anderson, in said
I erritorr.
rpil object of this suit is to recover judgment
J- tor two hundred and ninety-nve ('-) wun
interest on the same from the Sth day of Sen-
tember, WSB, and one hundred dollars Solicitor's
foes and cost of suit; and, also, to foreclose a
mortgage executed by said Defendant to said
Plaintiff on the South-W est quarter of Section
No. 3. in Townshin No. Si. of Range No. IS. situ
ated in the county of Anderson, in said Territory,
and containing one hundred and sixty acres.
It appearing, by affidavit, that the Defendant.
Gilbert N. Piper, is a non-resident of this Terri
tory, it is therefor ordered that the said uilnert
.N. P ier do. by the lHlh day of July. 1K5U.
answer the petition of the said Liberty Prentioe
against mm, mea in tn jierx omce oi saia
Court, or the same will be taken as true and
I ludrment rendered aecordinslv.
in testimony w nereoi l. Alanson
Simons, tjlork of said Uonrt. have
hereunto signed my name and af
6 zed the seal of said Court, at Gar
net), in said county and district, this V th day of
If. ,ei. Alt LVltV ClllnlV. I'l 1.
JUliy, ir. AliAilDUH I1.'!''-'.', is.
SHt lira x MciNTtbT, au ys lor rianuu.
June 4, '4. St.
Bj the President of . the U. S.
TN pursuane of law. I, JAMES BLlMan a.v.
I tiL-:-i . .k. ritmA Htmtea of America. -
do hereby declare and mak known that public
sales will b held at th undermentioned land
office in th Territory of Kansas, at th periods
hereinafter designated, to wit:
At th laadoffieeat Kickapoo, commencing on
Jfoaduy. Ms Mtrnth do of AV . for th
disposal of the public lands within th follow-
ing named townships, via: ' ' .
CmA otAs Adasli'M owl u of A stetA priKCi-
fxu aawiM.
Township 3. of range S3.
Townships S, 3, 4 and 7, of rann SJ.
Townshin S. 3. 4. i and. ana th sart of
townships 7 and outside of tha Indian reserva
tion, ot range .
Th. MM. r inHiitliifi 1 nnlmila of the Indian
reservation; townships 3, 4, and 6; and the puts
of township 7 outside of th Indian reservation.
oi range u. .....
The parts of township t outside of the Indian
reservation; townships 3, 4, i and ; and the parts
ot township 7 outside of th Indian reservation,
of ranas 19.
Th pari of township S outtide of th Indian
reservation; townships 3. 4 and 5; and the part
of townships (and 7 outside oi th Indian reeer-
vai ion, ot range is. .
Th narta of townshin 1 outsid of the Indian
reservation; townships; and th part of town
ships 3, 4, i and S outside of th Indian reserva
tion, oi range
Tk.n.n. r tnwnhinl outside of the Indian
reservation; township; and the partsof township
3 outside of the Indian reservation, of range IS.
Townships 1 and S; and the parU of townships
3. 4, i. and 7 outside of th Indian reservation,
or range ia. . . - ,
Townships I, S.3, 4, S and ; and th part of
town-hip 7 outside of th Indian reservation, of
range 14. , . .
Townships l.s, 3,4,5 and o; ana too paruoi
township 7 outside ef th Indian reacrvatioo.or
range 13.
At the land effic at Kickapoo, commencing
on -Voad.iy, IK sasTsswU Vi Srptmbtr avanf,
for the disposal of the public land within th
following named townships, via:
South of the bait lino ami rat o Us start prin
cipal monatan.
Townships 1, S, 3,4. 5 and S: and the parts out
side of th Indian rastrvation ef township', of
range 13.
Townships 1.8,3,4, Sand; and the parts out
side of the Indian reservation of township 7, of
range 11.
Townships 1, S.3. 4. Sand ; and th part out
side of the Indian reservation of townships 7, S
S and 10, of range 10.
Townships 1, S, 3, 4, S. 8, 7, 8, t and 10, of
range .
At the land office at !eoompton. commencing
on Mnmitty. lit tigh t tenth diy o f July next, for t he
disposal of tha publio lands within th following
named townships, vis: ...
Smith nf th tat tin and toot of th oUth princi-
pal mridian.
1 he parts oi townsnips" ana wnuuiueoi m
Indian reservation; townships 19, SOandSl; and
tbe parts of township 93 outside of the Indian
reservation, of range .
The parts of township 17 outside of th Indian
reservation; townships 18, 19, SO, SI and SS of
nVa parts of townships IS, 13, 14.15, 16 and 17
outside of the Indian reservation; townships 18,
lS.Sii, SI and SS.of range SO.
The parts of township 11 and outside of tha
Indian reservation; townships 13 and 14; th
part of townships 15, IS and 17 outside of tha
Indian reservation; township 18,19, SO, 21 and
Si, of range 19. "
Townships 11.12. 13 and 14; th parts of town
ships 15. W, 1. 18 and 19 outsid of th Indian
reservation: townships SO.SI and SS. of range 18.
Townships II, IS, 13 and 14; the parts of town
ships 13 and 19 outside of the Indian reservation;
towusbips-JU.Sl and SS, of range IT.
At the land office at Leccmpton, commencing
on Monday, th ttcrnty otcoml dny ofAugu't noxf,
for the disposal of the publio lands within the
following named townships, vis:
South of th bat lino and tool of tho tixth prinei.
al meridl sn.
IPS
ships 'Sand I
fownihip
April S3, 19.
WOODWARD A FIXLET.
OUR NEW WINDOW SHADES HATE
COME.
Fobd A Fillmobi.
08O.OOO.
HARDWARE - EVERYBODY 1 At
Thirty Thousand Dollars
JUST RECEIVED
FROM PIKE'S PEAK!
DIRECT I
L4!
W. .E. SUTIsIFF,
MERCHANT TAILOR,
HAS REMOVED HIS ENTIRE STOCK
Two Soon South of Main Entrance to
KLDRIDGE HOUSE,
"WHERE he will be most happy to meet his
I V V old friends and patrons, and the entire
people of Lawrene and vioimty. and every body
Is that may please to give him a call, that be
may introduce inem, ana lasMinBrasequwiiiwi
with his AfcYY and ? Aut aula Diuta oi
Spring and Summer Goods,
direct raoat Ngw Yoas and Bostoh.
CLOTHS, CA5SIMEKES, TESTINGS,
OLOTHINQ,
11. 12. 13.and 14: the parts of town-
19 outsideof the Indian reservation;
townships SO, 21 and S2, of range Hi.
Tho parts of townships 11 and IS outside of th
Indian reservation; townships 13 and 14: th
parts of townships IS and 19 outside of tbe Indian
reservation; townships Sii, SI andiS of range IS.'
The part of towiisbip IS south of th Indian
reservation; townships 13 and 14; the parte of
townships IS and 19 outside of the Indian reser
vation; townships SO, 21 and SS, of range 14.
The part of township is south of th Indian
reservation; townships 13 and 14; the parts of
townships is, 16, 17, 18 and 19 outside of tbe
Indian reservation; townships SO, SI and SS, of
range 13.
At th. Unl nffin at Lecomnton. commencing
on M'fulay, th ttrrlfth hty of &plrmhr newt, for
the disposal of the public lands within tbe fol
lowing named townships, via:
8othofthbateUn and eat of tho titthprinH-
ptu meniuan.
The part of township IS south of th Indian
reservation; townships 13. 14, u, H), i, us, ju, w.
31 and !, of range IS. ...
The part of township is south or tn inaian
reservation; townshiplS; the parts of township
14 IS. IC, 17 and 18 outside of the Indian reserva
tion; townsbioslO.SH.SlandSS, of range 11.
Tbepartsof township iu, ana ix ouuiae oi
the Indian reservation; township 13: the parts or
towusbiDS 14 and 18 outside of the Indian reser
vation: townships 19, SO, SI and SS, of rang 10.
the parts of town-
townships 19, 20, SI and SS, of range 9.
Tnan.hini 10. II. IS and 13:
ships 14 and 18 outside of tbe Indian reservation;
B. F. DALTON & CO. HatLCapsandGenUTumishingCoodi,
LAWRENCE DRUG STORE,
I am off or ing
BLDBUlGffi BLOCK.
Have just received the largest and best
selected stock of
SPRING GOODS!
Ever brought to Kansas.
MY IMMENSE STOCK
OCT Our book hands have been idle
something over three weeks, waiting th
The friends of Water-Care, who have I preparation of the index to tbe general
o ardently wished to hive an intelligent laws. Tho book it so voluminous, it re
ni experienced practitioner in their quired a considerable time to prepare and
midst, having secured that point, should arrange sn index to it, besides, but one
cordially co-operate to sustain him. Dr. person could be employed upon it.
bush has had a lares eznerienca in the
fsatmsot of intermittent and tvnhoid ln ptscopw unurcn in tnw ciry
ftven snd other acute diseases incident U now twj ""P19'"- ..Thooghimali,
it presents a very neat appearance, and,
we understand, it is to be furnished in a
tasty manner by the ladies of the society,
wine West, as well as in the varied and
evere forms of chronic diseases, which,
nanngrun the guantlet of other iysUma
i practice, as a last resource, are ubmiu
to a Wster-Cure establishment for
M1'ef. Sufferer from chronio disease
'U find him fully qualified to five them
prescriptions applicable to their respective
vaocs.
;ht
fjtrWe have just completed a quantity
of assessment and collection rolls, adapt
ed to any township or county in Kansas,
which we can furnish County Clerks on
liberal terms. ' '
Tula.
May 31 The first details of the fi
at Pales tro have arrived here.
The enemy was entrenched at Palestro
Cassalino and vinzaiua, but after an ob
stinate resistance our troops carried the
entrenchment at the point of the bayonet
with admirable bravery, and took two
pieces of cannon and many small arms
and prisoners.
The loss of the enemy was very great,
but the extent of our lost is as yet nn
known.
Versailles was vesterdar evening illu
minated. The Emperor traversed the
streets on foot, and the town was en fete.
I he King passed tbe mgnt at .borrivne,
among the encamped troops.
Prof. King, of Cincinnati, in th preface
o "American
ftf G. M. Fox writes an encouraging
Familu Phum'nnn 1-t. r V. vlJ J.i. f
rs testimony to th medical skill of June 4. to Messrs. Jones and Rnsaell. ' He
ends $409.36, and is confident, in two
weeks, be will be able to send them from
$5,000 to $10,000.
T t
0040 whom he acknowledge his
indebtedness for the Water-Cur portion
v -mi work,
osyttemof tsument. when TirooerW
.. '
Ha, is so safe, sncceasful and
Pedy Mthe Water-Cure when adminis-
Wfd by practitioners who fully under
Sta.J !.
hT reource. In the band of to
thoroughly accomplished a physician and
6-uueman as IS Dr. Roar. .r. nonfid.nt
srstam ;m .v. ftSrFor the purpose of divertine at-
-4 kivbj sausiacuou to toe i
tick. I tention from th disgraceful result of the
late election, Tbacherit abasing at about
Iritis Dmhahla ti,. -r I the laws. Poor fool! If be would turn
. 7 srsaiw iriVITsu tiuu ua
ndex to the lawa will h an far ,m. hit attention homeward it would be well
P'sd, as to enable the printer to com-1 tT nim-
WT. v'"" J t. EroJlrr.,i0I1 U bourinir into Linn
vw ill n tr will . . .... i o .
onuiiou to piim tneoi,
OT Macomb, I1L, was visited with a
destructive hail storm on th evening of
June 7th. It riddled the windows of th
houses and did considerable damage to
truit, gardens, and wheat ,
ve no meant of knowing,, as w
o knowledge how many page they
and Bourbon counties very fatt, a large
portion of it returned Pike's Peakera, who
are supplied with land warrants, and are
locating them in those counties.
waT vur nAnr s-r s - - - j - a nirfivmi
V it' -av uauuorj- sua Amtiog I Akruuiwu, ivwiuiuj wv t 'voaiff
Q " nnm SiUUVtHMI Ut VraB j 10 IHtarISWa war- ww vsa iiiaisutvu
. v0 turn AnaMsMl a mannrhiv. Kamm nr! mnnlitiaii flf 3.800. tutinr
k books of Ti7 variety of pctUn., I more thvn doablod her population snd
uuet reaaonaDi terma, Urasrs numoer oi noase witrun ine tan iweive
"PKtfuUy solicit, . : ; Jmonths. :. ,-.
Hon ThlsvM.
Kine arrests were made at Council
Grove, Friday last, the names and resi
dence of parties arrested, are as follows, to
wit:
Asa McGeehe, James Moody, L. Mar
ble, of Lawreuce Co. Mo., S. S. Callaway,
H. Callaway, and frank Watson, of Al
len Co. K. T.. Orson Porter and 8. Cadv
of Madison (Jo. &. I., and John J. D4
lashmntt, of Council Grove. Watson is a
boy, about 14 yean old ; Dedlasbmutt, is
a prominent ciuten oi touncil urove.
The people took the matter into their
own hands, organised a court, empannel
ed a jury of twelve men, and proceeded
to trial. McUeeae and tne boy VY atson,
were acquitted ; Dedlssbmat was re
quired to give bail to answer the charge
before tne Uistnct Uonrt, wnicn ne aid.
The two C&llaways were whipped ten
lashes each, and ordered to leave the
place in 12 hours, and the Territory in
five dava. Moodv. Marble. Cadv and
Porter, were whinned each ten lashes, and 1
one side of their heads shaved, and or
dered to leave the country as above.
The Callawaya ar tha sam men who
were lincbed in Allen county a few days
ago. Kantai Prtst.
(rTh statement that th publica
tion of the laws is delayed to give us or
any other parson, an opportunity to tell
ad vane copies, is a LIE, for which the
Lawrence BepuUican is responsible.
WE BCY ALL OUR GOODS IN NEW YORK,
and Boston, and w shall sell at she verj
lowest prices. I or proof, examine our foods.
SI
at
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES!
VT CALL A5D SEE HE. if ro wish go
bargains.
IKGIiE BARKER.
PREMISS & GRISff OLD.
BE bow receiving their
SPRING STOCK,
Comprising a large supplr of
DRUGS AND MEDICINES!
CHEMICALS, PAINTS AND OILS,
VeraUska sua Brmk,
ATTENTION. MERCHANTS!
W can and will sell the abov at St. Louis
jobbing prices, and w detr oompetiuon.
Pike's Peak, Pike's Peak!
MINER'S
OUTFITTING GOODS!
CONSISTISO OP
rcbber blankets.
. cOats
PANTd'and LEGGINGS,
CAPS and HATS.
CARPET SACKS.
A new article-waterproof.
WOOL BLANKETS OF ALL KINDS !
WOOL OVERSHIRTS, , m
WOOL INUEKSH1R1 S and DRAWERS.
WOOL HOSIERY. SOCKS. C ;
A complete assortment, everr varietr.
16 18 to IBs as Hsarr Boot,
aair dsswi ac
HEAVY WOOL PANTS. COATS and TESTS.
We ean fit oat anr number, and at price that
will pleas.
CLOTHING!
Of vrr description.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
.-.-. ' Qj everr possibl varietr.
CLOTHING!
50 Black and Brown PRESS COATS. tlOtolM,
SOBUSIMjSS SUTMrom i w
a VESTS, from SlSSto10.
SOO PANTS, from 1 to
Also, Sammer Clothing all sorts, sises and
; - - I . r .tylr
PI am mv n't a eall before onrchasing else
where, for w ar bound to sell cheaper than tbe
cheapest.
HATS AND CAPS!
Silk Hats, Stove Pipe Hat. Black and Whit
ui. ub;n u Kir Hat. Hlaek and Brown
Planters' Hats, Soft Hats, also Summer llaU of
all sorts, siaes ana prices, wnicn wiu u uiu
ebeap, cheap, cheap'. AT SLTLlrr S
FURNISHING GOODS. -
The place to buy Shirts, .Collars,
ReariVt, Tu
Cravats.
u vtutumt. Mufa. Kin itinin. uuca
Ulove. Driving Gloves, Gauntlets. Mittens, Un
dershirt and Drawers. OvershirU, Hickorr
Shirts. Heaiery. and other tnings loo numerous
to mention, uatbtl U( t a.
TO COUNTRY DEALERS.
W will sell Goods at wholesale as low a at
St. Louis. Kansas CiW. or Leavenworth. Oiv
us a call.
OUT FITTING GOODS.
A large stock j oat received, at SCTLIFFS
Mr. S.etnploisth. BEST OF WORKMEN.
..,i ;tk k. .ui.unea of SI.NUEK'S FIHsT
CLASS SEWIXU MACHINE, is prepared to
maae loonier on tne aiosr aAiwi.pj.
and with oasav nmrarcH, COATS, hsTS
and PANTS, in the latest New ork and Boston
Styles, and a perfect Bt guaranteed.
CUSTOM MADE CLOTHING
Kept constantly on hand, and sold at moderate
nr ices to si'iT the HiKD times. Gir us a call
and we will do yoa good in the way of workman-
bin. good material ana genteel nt.
S . B. Don't forget th place. doors soatb of
main eotrmnoe, Eldridge Block.
Lawrence. April 16. la,-tf.
EDWARD D. THOMPSON,
MILLINERY AND DRESSMAKING!
Ho. to Hassaehaaeiu
MRS. WHTT5ET oeg leav to inform
tha inhabitants ol iawrne ana vicinity
that she has jnst received an elf rant I
..rinut of MilliDan Uooda. and being I
la oommunieatioD with one of to m"St numon
Vila m.r,A ..MriMAiil millinera at IbeEaat. will
be constantly receiving addition to bar stock I
of foods, together with the latest styles, in
BONNETS, BATS AND DRESSES 1
BURNING FLUID and CAMPHINE,
B A.N KER,
DSiXia in
Gents' Business Suits!
Consisting of Coats, Vasts and Pasta.
hats & caps ! hats & caps ! Exchange and Land Warrants
A great variety.
JTpPsMtf florvhj Cape.'
Claim Hats.
a k l.nJ nflti.. at Oeden. commeneiag on
Monday, th tvmtyninth Uiy of JLnvt newt, tot
thedisoosal of tbe public lands within the fol
lowing named townships, via:
UoutA of the bate tin and toot of the tirth princi
pal meridum.
Township . 7, c, 9, 10, 11, 12 and 13; and tbe
-t. nf townrhins 14. IS. 16 and 17 uutsidsof th
ndian reservation, of ranges.
Townships S. 7. 8. 9. Ul. 11.12, 13. 14, IS, IS and
17, of ranee 7.
Townsh ip S, 9 and 0i the parts of town
ships II and IS outside of the military reserva
tion; townsnips i, is, t, 10 ana , oi reuse
At the land office at Ogden, commencing on
Monday, the nineteenth day of .September nej, for
tbedisposalof the public lands within tbe follow
ing named townships, via:
South of the bat lint and eatt of tho li-rth prinei'
pal meruitan.
TownshipsS. V, . 9 and IS; the part of town
ships II and I!! outside the military reservation;
townsnip I3.lv. I', loaoai', oi range.
Townitbips7, ft, 9. in 1 1, IS, 13 and 14, of rang 4.
xownsbips a, , iu, ii, ix, i ana is, oi raog .
Ijnds appropriated by law for tha us of
schools, Indian, military, and other purposes.
ill be exeiuaea irom in saiea.
Th. nft.rin nf tha above lands will b com
menced nn tbe days appointed, and will proceed
in tbe order in wnicn iney are aaverusea until
th whole shall have been offered, and th sals
thus closed: butnosale shall be kept open longer
than two weeks, and no private entry oi any oi
the lands will be admitted until after th expi
ration of th two week.
Given under my band, atth eity of Washing-
Br the President:
I hom as A. Hshdeices,
Cmmiulonor of tho General ana Off.
50TICE TO PRE-EMPTIOJf CLAIMANTS.
V .u-n .nfitT-H til tha ria-btof ore -emo
tion to any ol the lands within tbe township and
parts of townships abov enumerated. is required
to estaonsu tno same w, iiic upi.nuu ui ...
Rxiilir and Koceiver of the proper bind tMeoi
and mak payment therefor as soon as practica
ble after seeing tnis notice, ana neiore to aer
appointed for th commencement of th pnbli
sale ef th land embracing tbe tract claimed;
other." UC'' C' m's! a! KltfCKS,
Lbntmitibyner oj Us General Lana vpie.
KoTB. Coder th regnbttioa of th depart
ment, as heretofore and now existing, no pay
ment eaa be made for edvertising proclamations
except to sueh publishers as ar tpeeiaUy author
Utd to publish by th Commissioner of th n
eral Land 016. Apr. 7. '5. 13w
Pure Liquors,
FINE CIQABS AND TOBACCO.
Qr John Salathiel woo was aeateneed
to one year's imprieonmemt, for assault
with intent to kill John Lowry bu been
pardoiea by Gov. Uedary. . t
' A oaapetmt hand will attend to h making
and tn laming of Bonnets, and front her axpe
viatfina and neeeas. w thinks bar work will
compare favorably with aay of th Mew York or I
fan Bonnets.
Bleaching and repairing done at short aetiee;
IWma Sited aad mad with neatness and dis
patch. Abo, all kind of in and plain sewing,
which ean be 'performed oa a machine, will be
i4a.it. tn nrAje I
All orders for either Bonnet or D reave witlVa
promptly attended to.
Fine French Flowers.
Fancy and Plain Rosehing.
tin renal oraia,
English Straws.
Willow, Chip. Crape.
Silk and Lac Boaaets,
. Riding HaUi a hand and mad to order.
Jest receiviag, and sow est aaad.
CHILDREN AND MISSES' FLATS,
-' And an assortamt at
Olovs. Hits. H-jsierr.Cspa. Psfeda's, oani
ing Bona and Veils, Sewing Silk. Chineal for
had di atsos. Line Handkerchief, Maslin Col-
lm Uam. KinBMIL HU 1UW NDPn IDT HUM I
"f "r. . . . . . .. . , r izm . i: I
mine, black and wait xtiona 01 aiuvreni quau-
Ues ana wiata, iu-, , ,.
a i.iw.i aimaet aaad to Country HJlllll
'.. .k . vi.. ti hav to an acaia.
Tho in want oi iiuirinwou. ;--v i
fally invited toall aad exJuaiaeoar stock before
panhaung iwnei. , , .
Lawran. June.
tASW WARRANTS I
; A T THIS 0FFCE, tosWlsndloaa aarw's I low uric.
A suae. ;
COFFEB-TOED BOOTS !
A new style of Boots w are having mannfae-
rurad fur us. aad will be in store in a few days.
these Boot are r aa arraaioa to all others fr
I Farmers and Miners, and we will warrant on 1
1pir of them to outwear two pairs of Boot with-anttaaCoDBcr-t.
. .
P.ts anil rhildrsn't FAnnsp.Taed Rhnsaf
v... fr- .. -...
If you buy them once, yoa wul never bay aay
other kind.
Tr? Collections premptlr made. Eastern Draft
ia sams to snit. ;
Orncc. SS Msisarbusetts 6L. Lawrene.
)Iay.'S9.-(ni '
-Alao-
TOILET 80A. a lavg vari.ty.
MEDICATED SOAPS,
PERFCJtEKT of ehoio kinds.
FIXE CVTtXMXt
DRUGGISTS GLASS WARE,
LADIES' DEPARTMENT!
The latest styles of
LADIES' BOOTS & SHOES I
Ladies' vary vy,kttoa,KadisB soled Boat.
. rrancU glove aia " Doot.
" SUkbMtiaglac .- Boot.
- - Ctiogres Boots.
- French id " Boots.
..-, " Slippera., .
A aww stils of Ladies' Watch Spring .
aoop ssxhtbi
Bettar than any other kind ever brought into
I thi market. - . T
I uuu.3 iiLsrtaus A aew garment, aca
I just adapted to th coming season.
Stetuaer Caleatav
TBE Fast Raaoing Side
wheel Fasseuger BUsmtr
OOLOSA. will leav lw-
rra: every Tady. Thursday and Saturday
morning, at o'eloek. for kaaau City aad n raa
dott. Thi boat having kewabeilt and ttted up
i..- D..U.HT, -nil Kraie-ht- exoreaelv cor th
trade, tha sitiaen of Kan aa ralir a poo her
- in I k. trad, and ahar of th
patroaag of th Kansas Valley ia solicited
Being of extremely light draft she eaa raa th
wnol season.
Juaet, 1C.
Hannibal & St Josepk Railroad.
NEW BOCTR OPEVCD FOB TBE
EAST A3I1S SOl-TH.
OS and after M0SDAY. FEBRUARY , tbia
Road will bs ope aad for b urines, tbroagh
oat tbe entire length. I'asoger train will
leave St. Joseph every morning, running through
in eleven hours, and making sure aad close con
nection with raeaeu up ana oowa to suaau
sippi River, and all the Railroad Lines East and
routn. a yjine 01 racaeia win m
tioa with tb Jioad. abov bu josepn, "
BlulTj, on tb opening, of navigation. Stag
Lines eonneet at St. Joseph from all parts of
v.k..v. U'auni lt. Travelers
from Sibraskaand Western low will nd thi
th auicJc. oaele ana cnap-
niisu oa th Mississippi River ul Et.
V i . - i i. kutthi ataa Ia St.
BlMRI Kaw. " - " 1
o-ph. for .earl, all pa.rU of tkejtrr.
P. B. Oaoav, General Tieket Agent.
Feb. IS. le.
. ateasjaar Silver Irfake
A sfr'l WILL hereafter raa between
ssTj Lawrence aad WyaadoU and
aawaJaSaawsaajaaKansa City, and make two
trip a week. J. ti. n ILLuLUHdi,
La'
awrenc. Jan 4. We.
Master.
Ac, Ac
An
ear sum purchasing Goads of as, may rIy
aviaaj article of a f rst rat qnalitr. at
nce. PsLilciTISS A G1USWOLD.
Afrfi Kh, MM. .,.
TtT All th abov Goods, aad a great many
tharatsMS too as awns te aaaation. must k
I sold to suit tbe times, at
a, sr. asavx. ts.v x .
. Cc4lamve KaiHing.kla43t.
Uwrenc. Kaaa, April K
BEST RCBBER COATS. flJO.
B. F. I) ALTO V CO.
DOORS aad SASH af an kinds for sale.
EEnCEIi FILLMORE,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
OFFICE IS THE COURTHOUSE,
' Lawresice.
TTP Every klad of Law Basins promptly
attended to. Counsel gratis.
AHERICU HOTEL -
S. C. BROOKE, - - 3?ropritor,
Cor.of ad ar Baldemaa SU.. Leoomptoa.
H AVISO, rattted and eempIsUly renovated
thM HtaL it ia bow a of th most
i or is aomntoaiou nanini mum r1--
nnrjv m su nmi avmin axtaebed to this Hotel.
KTanRS Uaewtki ama daily fot ail parts
I ef tbaTsnitery . . .. . . j n - AaJ"i t
Western Stage Company!
" "FOCR-HORSE C0ACHE81
LEAVE Uwrroee, e o'eioea . sK"r
dts, Wednesdays and Fnday.for 8t.Jon?h.
via usaajoo, :r ---A p.
soo. Uoaipnaa, uoary vivy. """ ZJZi,
wood, arriving th aam evening at St Joseph.
RETURN LNO to Lawrene. a Taaadays.
Thursdays and Saturdaj. abt.lw
raasengera or tnis routa ir. i I b.
ti.rt oonnost with the boats running to Si.
Jofet Rilrod.v. inuvsnu Tinr" r.
Blagoome a fcoa - w
reneeTwher applieatioa vriU be saad for ps
April.W.-m.
- - irrae Ptvat Offie.
THE MAILS Clowaad Arxive at Wis wmow
at tb following hoars t
CUM. iva.
Eastern Kail. P. M. Eaatera Mail.
Western r . H. v. avwrm -Kortawra
t P. M. orthra"
rVittSnTuTh) Ai'M. 8'b(SuTTM
P.M.
A.M.
P.M.
wia. fTaaa.) SAM. Paola. (Wad.)
UirrAjrU,use,

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