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TLt Morning Qloir.
BY JAMES SWSSSM, tOWELL.
We wreathed around the darling's head the
l..;.,v,.
Her little face looked out beneath, o full of lift
1
and light; ...
Ka tit with m imnriie. that we could only say
.v
She is the morning glory true, and her pour types
are thy.
80 always from that happy time we called her
by that name.
And Tory fitting didit teem, for sure aa morning
came,
Behind her cradle-bars she railed to catch the
fimt faint rav.
Fir
As from the trellis smiles the flower and opens to
the day.
Bat not so beautiful they rear their air) cups of
ers,
hlu
As turned berswect eyes te the light brimmed
B11U D 1 V J" . KU'll-l 11..,.
And not to eloa their tendrils fine round their
support are thrown.
As those dear arms ho outatretehed plea
clasped all hearts to her own.
We used to think how ahe had come, even as
comes the flower,
The last and perfect added sift to crown lores
niirainv l, n rl r-
And how in her was imagined forth tho lore we
could not say.
As on the little dew-drops round shines back
the heart of day.
We never could have thought. O God, that she
must wither up.
Almost before a day was flown, like toe mornint;
glory's cup; ....
We neverthoughtto see her droop tbe fair and
noble head.
Till ahe lay stretched before oiur eyes, wilted, and
cold, anaueaa.
The morning glory's blossoming will soon be com
inif round.
AVeece their rows of heart-shaped leaves up-
spncging trcm inc ground;
The tender things the winter killed renew
again their birth.
But the glory of our morning has passed away
irometrto.
0 Earth, in rain our aching eyes stretch over tby
rreen rjlain 1
Too hinh tby dews, too gross thine air, her
spirit to austain:
But np in the groves of Paradise fall ftrely we
shall see.
Uur morning glory beautiful twiue round our
dear Lord a knee.
?$isce Uncoil
Country and City.
The following extract is from the ad
vance sheets of Henry Ward Beecbet's
new book, .riant lalksto farmers"
A 'worthy friend recently said to me
"A gentleman of observation from one of
our principal cities of tbe West, stated to
roe, that in point of fact, almost all tbe
leading men of the cities were from the
country, and had been rained farmers'
sons. I ho reasons seemed to me quite
obvious. The vigorous health, -patient I
inaustry, tuorouga economy, ana Hard
thinking necessary to success, are the pro-
duct of the country and but seldom of the I
town or citv. A large part of tbe best
merit and talent Of tbe country doubtless
remains upon and adorns our farms. I
enterprise of a different kind to our towns.
hon tbey enter they find an active com
petition that brings out their best efforts.
buccecs on their part takes away the ne
eessity of effort on the part of their chil
dren ; aud the next result is, that their
children become reduced in means and
merit, and every element of success, and
' are driven to some refuge in vice or pettv
employment. It is, therefore, the duty of
tne man who has been successful in town
to retire to the country agair, that his
children, who are to succeed him, may
partake, as far as possible, of his advan
tages."
The farts stated, we helievo nrn tin.
nnKtrl tha Ktiuinoua manmdrivltanta I
lawyers, physicians, ana clergymen ot
large cities are, to a large degree, drawn
from the country. And there is a sys
tem of circulation, if the facts could be
well made out, worth attention. In
traveling, one day last year, the rain
drove us into a country tavern, where a
fat man of some fifty years of ago was
waiting to entertain us with a dish of
philosophy (of which, considering our
accommodations, we had special need.)
But we were led to notice one part of his
remarks : "You see, sir, everything comes
round in about four generations. First
comes the enterprising and hard-working
fellow who gets the money ; then his
children begin to live in style ; but their
parents' example- and stamina keep them
pretty well np; but their children begin
to run down ; in their bands tbe proper
ty is wasted and they die poor ; and the
fourth race begin in poverty, and work
upward again." Now, if our fat and
somewhat dogmatical friend has reasoned
aright, there is a degenerating and rcju
yenating process going ou in society, hav-
iiigaperiuu ui souut lour or uvs years.
"We give the theory for what it may be
wortn.
Liquor Drinking.
it men win arms: alcohol in some
shape, the least injnrious time for it is du
ring a regular meal, or within a few
minutes alter, for then, the strength of
the stimulos is expended on the dies-
tivnrannd.n,.M.ih.m i .r.?,m
their work more thoroughly; hence an
amount of brandy which would make one
tipsy, on an empty stomach, would have
no effect if taken during dinner. But
that amount taken, to be in anv wav
rw,nfin;al k !
"w"v"w4"' m iiuiuuu iu mo
lilt, UUtter or Oils used at tbe same meals ;
in this case, it aids tbe system to appro
priate the fat to itselT ; in other words,
brandy taken with fatty food, tends to
fatten quickly, tut it does not give
trength ; fat people are not strong. On
tne Other hand, it is a conceded fact in
Physiology, that alcohol in every shape
impedesthe digestion of the albuminous
portion of our food, that is. brand V makes
fl..ni, ,.i. ' . , '.
HO Hesn, makes DO mUSCle. Eire SO
trength. Tbe prize fighter does not want
fat; one main object in this training is to
get rid of it and replace it with snbstan-
tial muscle with flash : ln .k.n in
... . r.
wiuuiug ua never uiucuea liquor, i D9
advocates of brandy triumphantly point
at a ruddy-faced drinker with his appa
, rently well developed muscle and well
filled skin, but fat ia a riiseiuta ia a miff !
he has no agility of limb, or activity of
ujr , iusr is no power in nia arm, no
courage in his heart, for he knows, and
we ao, too, mat a lean stripling or plot
W nf tnniv l. ... j L
ooy oi twenty, who was never drunk in
V M l...
Ais me, couia Whip them all to pieces in
fiveminutea" Away then with all the
bwm. viwjuj D.roujiucning any
body ; it weakens the head, it cower the
heart, and wastes away the whols man.
-EalPt Journal cf Health.
Grafting tbo Grape.
"Which is ' the mode of BTaftinir the
grapeTine t hat tim Should the Ope-
ration be performed, and which is the
.: i . .,
. a ... "
"i s tne graiU f" . :
Ane graitS should be cut early, and
... . - -
s.ept in s cooi, moist place. The graft
ing should bo delayed nntil after the
leaves are partly expanded. The (raft
ing may be by ths cleft mode, rreciselv
as in grsftiog fruit trees, at the surfsoe of
us ground, bometimes no wax is ap
plied, and the earth heaped np bat wax-
sug is Better. Country Uent.
Hew Ooaatsrfatt Look out IbrThasa.:
TVs were shown yesterday, a new cftun-
..."
note .sua Xiaaiey alU
Bank. Massachusetts. It isaearlvanl
imitation cf the genuine and Tery likely
to deoeivo trood iurlca . Pnsi.lor. hl
amounts have htma mrmlatiwl in Si
'JsmAnh .nt .ii , T . j
rr, v, ul - up iivci, auiu
. jrobably it will be offered here. ouma;
sy tsjtjrnasncf. , .
rvmuaHiD iica satubdat stoaxisa, it
C.W.BROWN A CO.,
Qffle Braid of freedom 304, Jamrmet
Xameat.
TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION t
copy, one year, - - - '
copies, DOS . .
.Pavment reirutrei in oS Caere ad.
All papers discontinued at the expiration 01 "
time for which payment is received.
TERMS OF ADYERTISiAU:
Insertion. per line. - - - loots?
in beequem insertion, pnuuo, - " M
Months, per line, - ..
1110 SMi .... . .
JCrAdTanee payment will bo required for
Advertisements from a distance.
.Moneys, properly registered with postmast
may be torwaruea oy mau at our nu.
KENICK HOUSE,
Carner af Tlain and Seneca Streets
LEAVENWORTH CITY.K.T.
Kew House Kew Furniture.
SITUATED near the Steamboat Landing.
Six line of Stages leave this House daily.
for points in this Territory and Missouri. sWjsi
Office in the liotul Building, ..,
ULMtb. A mir..-.
Nov. 13. '5fl tf Proprietors.
johhsox norsE,
Unrence, - Kansas
THE proprietors having taken the above Hotel
for a term of years, and having refitted end
furnished the same, would respectfully solicit a
liberal share 01 patronage lrom tne traveling
nu ht it,. The rtrnnrietors flatter themselves that.
from past experience in Hotel keeping, they will
be able to give entire satisfaction loan w no may
tavor tbein with a call.
A::BLACKl,IDGE,i,'tor
TTP Stages leave this Hotel daily, for all parts
of tho Territory. A good Livery and Sale Sta
ble is connected wittt tne House.
liawrence. J une 12. iron.
BRATTOX HOUSE,
TS KTTtTATEi) IX lirRLlNGAME. SHAW
'S nee county, K. T, Travelers can find good
accommodations here, on reasonable terms, Uur
linraine is thirty-eight miles south-west of Law
the Santa Ke road. "and within thirty
miles of Emporia. Good prairie claims can be
located near this point. ,...
UE.U11UE. DHA11II.1,
March !6, 1P59. " Proprietor,
Land Warrants.
FOR SALE at the lowest prices, for cash or on
tiino. All Warrants sold are purchased
I from responsible Banking Houses, and will be
fully guaranteed in every instance.
MOL 10 LUA.
UEOKUE BURT.
OSce in Stone Building, opposite Book Store.
May 7, 1HS9. 2m.
For Sale
mnE COMMERCIAL HOUSE opposite Post
L Office, subject to the lease of tho Hotel.
Adress. Commercial iiouso.
Jan.!, tf
COPN gHELLERS.
gret variety, at the Mammoth Hard wars
and Stove Store of IXULE BAUkh'R.
Pike's Peak Outfits.
R. Is. FRAZEIt &, CO.,
KEEP a roneral assortment of COLT'S
REVOLVERS, Revolver Belts, Bowie
Knives, Double Water Proof Percussion Caps.
Also dealers in
JEWELRY
Plated Ware. Fancy Goods. Musical
Cutlery
trumentji. and Yankee Notions.
Watches and Jewelry thoroughly repaired.
fcadndsjo House. ri?ht hand ut entrance.
Lawrence, K. T.. i eh. 516, '49.
Land for Sale.
60
ACRES one-half mile from Lawrence
House. Stable, Garden. Ac. for sale or
rent. 40oreu acres 1 imbcr.four and a half miles
we.-it of Lawrence: SO acres ot frame three 'and
a half miles south-west of Lawrence. acres
under cultivation, hewn log bouse one and a
half story, for sale or rent. 160 acres, f"0 rf it
timber, on the Wakarusa, one-half mile from
Clinton, 30 acres under cultivation, for sale or
rout, l.ouo to l,uo acres Prairie, in Likins and
r mnklm counties for sale.
AImi. Luts in all narts ot L,awronee.
All of the above property for sale cheap. . En
quire uf SAr FORI) & SArr OKl).
A norm s anu Heal estate Agents.
March 12. W.
Or. 8. B. PKEXTIHS,
"17II.I, resume the Practice of Medicine and
sureerr. in Lawrence and vicinity.
Office at the Drug Store of Prentiss h Oris
wold.
April 2. 1850. tf
F. JOIIXSOX,
Wholesale Dealer in
f OTCIgH HIIU DOllieSlIC LlfjllOrS,
No. 15S South Water SU Chicago, 111.
TVEIROUS of rcducinr my Stock. I am of-
fcrinsr it very low for cash, or one-third
Cash, balanre in Town Lots, or Lands adjoining
mwrence. iitie nust 09 oioar ana unincuui-
bered. Address as above, care V. U. Box wnk,
March IS). '59-3m.
A Goad Home for Sale Cheap.
A A ACRES of beautiful PHA1R1E LAM), ad
VJ joining timber, three miles from Lawrence,
wi" be sold bj thesubsoriber at $) per acre, on
thefollowingterm8:One-third.cash;thebalanee
in one or two eara time. Arrolv to
41. fUM)JlU,
At P. Conanfa Old Store.
Feb l-tf r
Notice to Claimants.
VPHE Commissioners to anditand ad jnstelaims
tor properly tasen or oesiroyea in irao-o will
nold sessions as !oltows,eoinmenoing at
Lawrence. Douglas Co., Monday. April 25th
Minnoola. Franklin (o.. " May 2nd.
Shannon, Anderson Co., Dtlu,
Osawatomie, Lykins Co., " Sth.
Bnioklyn, Linn Co., " 30th.
Port Scott, Bourbon Co., Juno 2nd.
Claimants arereauested to have their naoera
all ready for presentation and witnesses in at
tendance for examination as above. The time
'f.XttTrwIe!!'!. to",U
No cascscsn be considered unless the proofs be
completed before the 15th f June, as it will
require all the remainder of the month to prepare
the reoort for the Constitutional Convention to
assemble at Wyandott oa the first Monday of
Parties who cannot meet the commissioners as
above, an requested to send their petitions and
proofs, drawn in aeeordanee iwith the published
I rules and regulations, to Caleb n. t rati.
. Central
Clork. 1-awrcuoe. when the commissioners will
communicate with claimants and endeavor to
afford them all necessary facilities contemplated
by the Aot organising tne eommission.
r.. UUAUUA.MS,
- . I . H.J. ADAMS,
15. A. KINGMAN.
Tecumsch, April 1 , 1859. Com'rs.
Ho! for the Gold Mines!
I'ME suosonber would respeottuty inrnrm nia
I -.:. ,1. ,v,.. k .u .v.1 -u u inu
I. . 1 W.l, .MlklW ,U, IP
w,th bis eompany, on Monday, the 3d of May,
Lt't.r
A. J. BOWEN.
Lawrence. April 30. 1857.
Notice.
1TAKE the following method to supply the
wauls of those wbo wish to have their lands
surveeyd.
- 1 will bo in Shawnee oa uth to lata oi eaen
month; Monticello,lxth and 19th; Lexington,
doth to 23th: McCamiah.iKthandStth, Gardner.
2th andatih: Spring Ilill.autb to lat; Aubry.
I Yniu Ann icfinr nnrin
d and 3d; Oxford. 4th and Sth; Olatho. S to Sth.
nd back to Lexington, inth to uth. All who
I wish to hara their landa surveyed eaej address
me through the Postofficoat eitberof the towns,
i stating the fto. of Section, Townshipand Kanga
I . wr 1 t'r LITL'if .. n m..v...
A. SLAUGHTER, County Surveyor.
Johi
i co aanasa, uoa. eta. a.a.
For Bale.
A YOKE OF GOOD FIYE YEAR OLD OX
EN, well broke and in gjod condition : also.
a first rte two-horse Lumber Wagon. .
xtnqoiroor ' trtonui jusu, ;
No. 94 Massachusetts St., Lawrence.
March U. 10 tf. ...
loa'r s. strrcBSLL. ' sraos r. atscs
DfitcbcU Ay rare, :
S VTAOVTVQ if T W D.-I. T!.. r-
i-s- fcaasas. - will fraehas in the Com
. Kansas, will Praatiae in tho Courts of
Linn, ltourbon. Anderson and Idkina ConnUes.
General attention given to Cotleetkm of Debts.
- ' " '
I C. Kwbiaawa ,-.'
TTS FOR SALE, cheap for eaah, on new
I and ategaat iioatera UrrufA adaptad
to
i swonoraesorono.
Two new Superior Eastern Bacuiea.
yn yoka of Uzea. well broke. ,
- Oas Wyandott :'aoat" of ares.
"MALTBATEES SOLOMON,
Miller's New Brick Building,
OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE,
HAS OX EXHIBITION
assortment of .
THE LARGEST
STAPLE AND FANCY
11 01!
CLOTHING,
Gents' Furnishing Goods,
BOOTS and SHOES, HITS and CAPS,
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
Ever opened West of St. Louis. Also
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
duec&sware & Glassware.
MALTRAVERS SOLOMOJ, has SO Bbla.of
Crime N. . SUGAR, which will tbe sold
to the eountry trade very cheap.
MALTRAVERS SOLOMON has 35 Bbls.of
CRUSHED SUGAR, which will be sold
cheap for cash.
TV TALTRAVERS SOt-OMON has S5 Bbls. of
-L'l PULV fcKl.r.U SlUAK, which is to be
sold sheap fur cash.
T TALTRAVERS SOLOMON has 30 Bscs of
-L'i- RIO COH EE. which he will dispose of at
very low figures.
TITALTRAVERS SOLOMON has 25 Baisof
-L'i Old linvernment JAVA cur ( tra. whicn
will be sold low, in lots to suit purchasers.
TITALTRAVERS SOLOMON has20B Sacksof
J-'J- SAL.I, which be oners at extremely low
prices.
TV TALTRAVERS SOLOMON has 300 Sacks of
-'s. r LU L K, fur sale very cheap for cash.
TATALTRAVKRS SOLOMON has SS Bbls.of
"s. SODA CKACKfcKS, 25 Bbls. of BUTTER
l'KAi;r.r.K-.25Hbls.of BOSTO.N CRACKERS.
no will dispose or them at low figures.
M
ALTRATERS SOLOMON has
10 CHESTS OF YOUNG HYSON TEA.
10 IMPERIAL TEA.
10 - GUNPOWDER TEA.
10 " GOOD BLACK TEA.
MALTRAVERS SOLOMON has 50 Boxes of
STAR CANDLES.
TV TALTRAVERS SOLOMON has SS doien
Causof OYSTERS.
MALTRAVERS SOLOMON has a large as
aortment of nreAervfwl and aati
BUCDU
PEACHES.
PEARS.
STRAWBERRIES.
BLACKBERRIES.
PINE APPLES,
GOOSEBERRIES,
RASPBERRIES.
QUINCES.
Cheap very cheap for cash.
A TALTRAVERS SOLOMOX has 10 Cases of
llAKM and MAUEKlb V1.K.10 Has
kcts of HKIDSICKS (!HAMFA(1K.
j n v-.' i
rhich
oannotfail to please lovers of good wine.
PIKE'S PEAK
outfits;
jyjALTRAVERS SOLOMON has ' ' '
SO Dodge's Patent Tents
Which can easily be pitched by one man in five
minuios. iney will be sold very low.
JJALTRAVERS SOLOMON has
25 Doz. Dimmon's Cast Steel Picks
For mining.
jyjALTRAVERS SOLOMON has 35 Boxes of
Glasgow Tobacco.
A TALTRAVERS SOLOMON has the largest
-LA stock of
Boots and Shoe
Ever offered for sale In Kansas.
LARGE ASSORTMENT of
, . Mining Spades and Shorels, ,
Also, GARDEN RAKES. HOES. FORKS.
GRAFT SCYTHES. GRAIN SCYTHES and
CRADLES, for sale by a
M. SOLOMON.
5 Doz. 5 Gall. BAILED KEGS, S Dos. i Gall.
Bailed Kegs. S Dos. 1 Gall. Bailed Kegs,
adapted specially for those crossing the Plains,
for sale by M. SOLOMON.
QN
NE OF THE LARGEST STOCKS OF
Summer Hats
Ever opened in Lawrence, consisting of
PANAMAS.
STRAWS.
? .r BRAIDS, '" , 5 A ';.
T 1 v LEGHORNS,
WOOL.
, . - ; i and SILK,
Will be sold low by IK. 80L09IOI
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF : LADIES'
Riding Hats, at
MALTRAVERS SOLOMON'S.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF INFANTS'
Children's and Misses' Hats, at
.... . M. SOLOMON'S.
.fast Received.
f ...-,...
A FEW FINE PARIS B0NNET3. ALSO
Xl Braided Bonnets straw and chip, at .
M. SOLOMON'S.
CL0TH1HG1 CLQTH1H61!
IciT Spr in gf Clothing,
"y ILL be sold at Eastern prices, consisting of
Gant:BCSCgESS COATS, PANTS, VESTS,
heavy OVERCOATS, heavy all wool BLANK
ETS. Gents' fins LINEN SHIRTS, MINERS'
OVERSHIBTS, UNDERSHIRTS, . MINERS'
RUBBER BLANKETS. DRAWERS, and
FURNISHING GOODS gensraDy, at A
T OOKING GLASSES of all sites; a few tne
Js eight day and tkirty boar Clorks. at
- ' - ' M. SOLOMONS.
Doors and Sash.
SO Doors; - - SrSSiSlinsSash,-.
50 - - . - , i 5i 100 - .
SO - 9lMtxl)'.
SS ----- 3x7 I
Forsalekr f S ' ' '"' ' n
- - TOxtt
- - . Si 10
--- 10x14
r: M. SOLOMON,
MUlsssJCow BlA,opporitePotOBa.
: SABBATH J SCHOOL
B- 0 O K Sr.!
A LARGE INVOICE of tbe publications of
the AMERICAN SABBATH SCHOOL
UNION, this day received, auwnc whioh are the
Select, Jnvenile, Home & Cabinet
LIBRARIES !
QUESTION BOOKS. . i : : , : :.
1 '
HYMN BOOKS,
TESTAMENTS,
GEOGRAPHIES,
DICTIONARIES,
. .0 -'.
ALPHABET CARDS.
SPELLING BOOKS,
READING BOOKS,
And a large supply of the
MISCELLANEOUS PUBLICATIONS OF THE
SOCIETY.
TICKETS,' REWARD BOOKS, Ac.
Record, Roll, Class, and Minute
Large and Small Slaps,
As issued by thelSociety.
SABBATH SCHOOLS in the Territory can
now be supplied at Philadelphia prices, adding
per cent, for ezpenae of transportation. This
arrangement affords facilities for the publica
tions of this Society, that but few Territories
have been able to enjoy.
Catalogues supplied free to all.
O. WILMARTH,
Bookseller and Stationer,
Lawrence, K. T.
Webster's Large Qnarto Dictionary.
A GOOD SUPPLY of this great national and
popular work just received from the pub
lishers, and will be sold low for cash, at
WILMARTH'S.
SCHOOL BOOKS,
Of all descriptions used in tho Territory, for
aaleat WILMARTH'S.
MAGAZINES AND PAPERS.
ALL the popular Magasines and Papers, from
Boston. New York, Philadelphia, Cincin
nati, Chicugo and St. Louis Papers, for sale at
tne counter, and supplied to order, by
O. WILMARTH.
j I
33L-A.N"K BOOKS,
JTATIOIHEBY,
PASS BOOKS. MEMORANDUM BOOKS,
Diaries, Fans, Inks, Pencils, Bobber,
And all the various articles nailed far in such
a store, can be furnished by
WILMARTH.
Lawrence. April IS, '39.
Livery, Feed and Sale
STABLES,
New Hampshire Street, Lawrence,
LIVINGSTON & FRY. - Proprietors.
Tins ESTABLISHMENT, managed, as it ia,
by gentlemen familiar with every depart
ment ot the business, presents the best features
to be found in any stable west of St. Louis.
The building itself, of brick, was erected to
order for a first class, healthy stable.
The horses, of the best blood to be found in
the West, were all selected with care, and are
kept in tho finest possible condition as to health
and cleanliness. , " :
Tbe carriages and saddles, of the most' ap
proved manufacture, are warranted as ac tractive
as can be found in the country for ease and com
fort. Horses, carriages and saddles always promptly
furnished to individuals and parties, on the
shortest notice.
Parties wishing to stable their horses in a
healthy and clean stable will bo pleased with the
attractions to be found with us.
Gentlouicn dosirou of disn-nsing of valuable
horses or buying good animals, will find it to
their advantage to consult the proprietors of
these stables.
SIDNEY CLARgB, t. C.-SOLKV. .'OLARKB,
t. Louis. Leavenworth, at. Louis.
Clarke, Solejr X. Clarke,
PROPRIETORS of, nnd Wh-.lc-ate and Retail
lalers in LYUN'S PATENT. COPPa'R
LIGHTNING KODS. lor Missouri and Kansas.
Ollico and Warehouse at Su louis and Leaven-
orth.
The attention of builders and householders is
rc'pectfally called to this Lightning Conductor.
It is composed entirely ot lurrss, nas aixieen
limns the conducting nfiwer of the common iron
roil, and will be put up on buildings at the low
priced u cents per loot.
Our wagons will shortly visit yon with these
improved and snperior Lightning Rods.
iwmeinber the copper mm.
CLARKE, SO LEY A CLARK.E.
April th, 1H59.
CHURCHILL & CRAWFORD,
BLACKSMITHING,
Car. Wiutbrap and Keatackey Sts.
MR. CHURCHILL thanks the public for tho
kind natronasre with which they hare
favored him for the lait few years, and invites
their attention to this card. He has taken a
Mrtnr Mr. E.D. Caswroan who is a skillful
and experienced Blacksmith, inall its branches.
tbey are now prepared to execute an oruers is
both branches of their business upon the short
est notioe, aud upon reasonable terms. We shall
endearor to keep eonstantly on hand ready made
Wagons and Carriages, aad all sises of Hubs.
Spokes. Felloes, Iron, Ae., for furnishing eountry
customers, n e invite the public, in general,
to give ns a call, before purchasing elsewhere.
April It. "59.
E. D. CRAWFORD.
PICTURES! .
Hr. Da ae;
TS ALWAYS prepared to take PICTURES
A of anr stile, in all kinds of weather. a his
Gallery in Lawrence. Those wishing to send a
Likeness by letter to their friends, can obtain
one, which will make no extra postage, and war
ranted to please. Please sail and examine spo-
eimens. Jan. I, 'so.
SEALS! SEALS!!
M. GREENE,
GENERAL ENGRAVER. No. IS Chesnut
Street, opposite City Halt. St. Loaia. Mo.
Particular attention given to Seats.
April VS. Ktt.
W. E. aVTLIFF, T
MERCHANT TAILOR, wholesale and retail
dealer in Cloths, Clothing. Hata, Caps, aad
Gent's Furnishing Goods, fcldridgs House, two
doors South of main entrance. ,
JTP 8es advertisomeaW. '. 1 i i '. "
May 14. IKS.
. BEXBLET, JXO. W. BCSRELL, MAT. BY AST.
BE5SLEY, KTSSEAJL CO.,
rOKWARDlNG AND COMMISSION 9ER
r CHANTS, wholesale dealers in Groceries,
H iocs Liquors, Cigars; and Meamboat Agents.
ao. iua LwF, uearaawerw vin, sv. a.
May It. 1S. tf.
J. G. HASKELL,
PRACTICAL ARCHITECT AND 8CERLNi
A- TtNUtNT.AcS Massachusetts St. Lew
renoe. Kansas. Jan.S. S9. ty
Lime! 'Lime!!
FRESH LIME eoBstaatlr ea hand sad Car sale
at WILDER'S Ella, Uwrowew.
.Orders Bar bo bit as Aha Store of H. L. A J.
shoos. . jsanauv'aw-u.
Merchants and " Business Men
ATTEND!'
TNTENDING to leave for tho Miuee in May, 1 1
x will lease to a responsible tenant my slUKk,
r as UuMi-hiiuu. itiMt Said Stora ia too
well known here to need description, but for the
benefit of Eastern men, 1 will stat that it is
bail! of stone, with brick front, is three stories
kigb,60 feet king and SS feet wide on the inside,
and has a cellar under the whole, whioh is well
adanted to star in Goods. It is situated a few
doors South of the magnificent Eldridge House,
and is a first raw stand for business.
u. SltAIUS,
Lawrence, March 19, TO.
FARMERS. FARMERS, FARMERS It
FARMERS, FARMERS. FARMERS !!
FARMERS. FARMERS, FARMERS !!
-LEND A LISTENING EAR WHILE I .
SPEAK." ; - .
0,000 Fupeirs
Of the BEST
GARDEN SEEDS
''' RAISED, l! '
whioh I will aell for CASH at the very lowest
price.. I can sell you SO Boxes, or one Paper,
just as sob like- Price per Box, Four Dollars
and Fifty Cents ; by the single Paper, Five Cts.
Dont forget to raise lots of VEGETABLES
for the hungry Miners, on their return next fall
from the diggings. -
Just received, also, a new supply of
SUGAR, COFFEE,
BEANS. DRIED APPLES.
CANDLES, SOAP.
CODFISH, FINE SALT.
PICKLES. OYSTERS.
RAISINS. CITRON. .
POWDER.
PEPPER SACCE.
MATCHES.
duce.
March 19. '59.
C. STEARNS.
City Fire Insurance Co. of Hartford.
Caab capital, $2r,O.0OO) all paid In.
ASSETS, JANCART 1ST, 1859,
Cash Items, including t38.63i.78 in
Bank
Bank Stock A Bonds. market value -Loaus
on Mortgages, Bank Stocks
126,3115 00
or other annroved securities
136,073 16
Balance on Books, Interest due, and
. othoo t urniture - - - -
owios
' Total assets '- - - - '- -30f 31 4S
Total liabilities for losses not due - 16,46511
n. B. BOWERS, President.
C. C. Waits, Secretary.
General Agency for the Western States at
Chicago. Illinois.
W. B. LOUNSBDRY General Agent.
S. H. Prick. Assistant General Agent.
(iEOItiiE FORD, Agent, Lawrence. - ' -Feb
. '39
J. P.Beslnssa,
COCNTY SURVEYOR, of Douglas. Resi
dence near the head of Washington Creek,
He is always ready to attend to all business per
taining to his profession. Post office address, at
Clinton.
April 30, 1859. tf.
The Subscriber
BEGS leave to inform the citisens of Law
rence and vicinity that he still oontinues to
ocoupy his old stand, ST and 29 Vermont street,
next door north of the Johnson House, and is
prepared to manufacture all kinds of
WAGONS AND PLOWS
in the most workmanlike manner, and on very
reasonable terms, from tho best kind of SEA
SONED LUMBER.
Also, BLACKSMITHING done to suit cus
tomers. Particular attention paid to HORSE SHOE
ING. Having secured the services of the best
Farrier and Shoer in the country. (Mr. G. Cook,)
he flatters himself that better satisfaction can
be bad in this department, than can be given in
any other shop in town, and just as cheap.
Horses shod by the ear. and warranted. .
I have on hand a lot of Wagons for the Pike's
Peak emigration. They arc well made and of
seasoned lumber, and no pains spared to make
them what Wagons for that business ought to
be. Please call and examine before purchasing
elsewhere. RALPH C. DIX.
N. It. Corn taken for anything I have to sell,
at market prices. R. C- DIX.
LAWRENCE FOUNDRY
MACHINE WORKS.
KIMBALL BROTHERS have now in nperay
tion their Foundry and Machine Works.
and are prepared to furnish Mill Work of all
kinds, both Cast and Wrought, STEAM EN-
GINES, HORSE POWERS, SUGAR MILLS,
THKESHINU MAtHINtS, and all ginas oi
Machinery needed in Kansas. Having long leu
the need of Works of this kind ourselves, we
have fitted up our manufactory with a view to
the warns of Kansas, and feci confident we can
give perfect satisfaction to all wishing aiaenine-
ry. tlive as a
call before purchaniog .lsewhore.
Particular attention tmid to reoairs. Old Cast
Iron wanted. KIMBALL RROTHERS.
August W.
The Electic Colleaje of medicine,
CINCINNATI, O.
THE WINTER SESSION of 1S59-6U will com
mence about the middle of Ootober. and
continue 16 weeks. A full and thorough course of
Lectures will be given, occupying six or seven
hours daily, with goodepportunitlesfor Clinieal
Instructional the Commercial Hospital, and at
tention to practical Anatomy.
1 be arrangement oi tne chairs win oe as toi-
ows:
J.F. JLDGE, M.D.,
ProttMor of Ckan'.itry and Pharmacy.
T. E.St. JOHN. M. D
Profeuar of Anatomy and Phytiology.
A.J.HOWE.M.D.,
Proeuor of Surgery.
C. H. CLE AVELAND. M. D
Profeuor of Materia Hedica and TAerapeuUet.
WM. SHERWOOD, M. D..
Profeuor ofMeiiuU Practice and Patiolooy.
mum L IVA it n
Profeuor of Ubttkrie ami JHeeaem of Women
aua tsuarm.
J. R. BCCHAN'AN. M. D-
rmorrfas Profemtor of Cerebral PkyeUiooy md
Jnetuutet of Medicine.
The Terms for the Session will be tbe same u
heretofore, vis: Martieulation, t" 00; Tuition,
S20 00; Demonatrator'a Ticket, 5 00. (Every
Student ia required to engage in dissection one
ac inn
betoro graduation.? oospiiai . iicses
A nS. I If t 1 3 . I SkAjf ns
.1"" n"hed; ifutt,
anu comiorxanie. aau in wmmMM smiiu, iw
rAllwi 11.11 W.lnnt SlIML
Tickets for the session may be obtained of the
Dean of the Faculty, at his ofiee. No. 4 Eighth
Street, or of Prof. n. H.Cleaveland. Seeretary of
tbe faculty, no. f seventn ntreeLi near r-m
JOHN KING, MD, Dean.
Apr.. .
Tbe Callrf e Journal at mealcal
' actomea , t , t . , n
A MONTHLY MagastneofS? pages, conducted
h, the Faoultr of the Electic Colloas of Medi
cine, is published at Une Dollar a Year, payable
ia advaocw. l aa roiaae ei vno journat eoaa
meooes with the year. Cosnmnnieatioosforsob
acription. or for specimen numbers, should bo
directed to '
Dr.C. H.CLEAVELAND, Publisher,
1 Seventh Street, Cineinaau, O.
Apr. 1, 3S. ;., ,. .--
m. e SAProao. - a. s. w. sappobo,
Saffarel safferd,
TTORNEYS and Counsellors at Law, will
-fa- practice in tho several Courts of Record
iu Kansas, attend to oasea in the Land Office,
and give particular attention to collections ia
all paru of tho Territory. ...
Will. also, attend to the location of Land
Warrants, investments in eity property aad
claims, the examination of titles, payment of
Non-RasidsnM'.tajma.aad ts purchase. sale and
reatrng of rill asm property, in til part ot tbo
Territory. '
Kriaiacgs?-Hoe. P. P. Stanton, Kansas;
Hoa. Marcus J. Parrott, Leavenworth, Kan.;
Hon. Chas. Robinson, Lawrence. Kan.; Eldridge
Brothers, Lawrence, K- T.. aad Kansas Citv
Mo Wm. F. Loekwood. Omaha, . T.; Rey
nold, Ely A Co., Chicago, III.; Hon-H. N. Smith,
Plymouth. Wis.: Gov. S. P. Chase, Coiumbwa,
Ohior Hoa. P. Bliss, Elyria, O.; Sdoa Pslsaer.
Esq., Cincinnati, O.: J.C.Grannis, Esoj.Clevo
laad, 0-J H. P. Baldwin. Esq.. Detroit, Mich.;
Edwin Cook, Esq-New fork City; H. Ely. Esq..
Rochester, N. Y4 Dr. A. B. Child. Boston, Masa.
rCr" A. C. W. SArroan Is a Notary Public for
Douglas Connty. - - Sept. IS. "Sd
' bbs J. "Bleclara.1
A HORSEY AT LAW.BsalEstsUoaadlaad
ApaU0cea.S7T. ' Msisa,M
R. E. ALLEN;
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Kiln, bet. Delaware and Shawaee St.,
, rV LEAVENWORTH CITY, KANSAS, , V
DRUGS AND MEDICINES, :
PAINTS. OILS. VARNISHES; BRUSHES,
Dye. Window Glass, Glass Ware, Perfume-
r SflUHL Kin. n,iiw TaK.mil Old BonrboBl
and Rye Whiskey. Medical Wines and Brandies.
Camphene. Burning f luid. Lard and WhaleOll.
Bland, Mae and suspension Lamps,
GENUINE PATENT MEDICINES,
NOTIONS, and a full Steek of
STATIONERT,
Making the largest and most complete assort
ment of goods, in his liasuia the Territory, which
he will sell to r hysicians and Dealers generally,
at tbe lowest CASH PRICES.
J R. E. ALLEN.
Leavenworth. Nov. . 1M8. tf. '
nmrmltasa Twwss CsmUf. .
TBE above Company now offer inducements
unequalled by any Town Company ia the
Territory.
The Company have just completed tne largesi
Hotel in southern Kansas, being threw stories
high and containing twenty-four large, commo
dious sleeping and sitting rooms. In addition
to tne noiau tne Irtmpany nave ouni. a tarire
Storehouse, which will soon be well filled with
all the eommodities needed in a country like
ours. A largo number of carpenters are now at
work erecting reaidenMMt. shoDS. omces. &C. 1 be
Company offer great inducements to mechanics
and others, wishing to locate, ihe town, troea
its central location, being the geographical cen
ter of Bourbon county, must alwus command
an extensive trade and soon become an impor
tant town in southern Kansas, as it is surrouna
ed by as GOOD FARMING LANDS as were
ever tilled by the husbandman.
CLAfMS. Good and desirable claims can be
obtained in oloso proximity to town ana limner,
M&rm,tn is solindidlv ana must oe neaitn-
fully located, being on a high rolling prairie.
It has beautiful streams of water washing its
northern and southern limits. An excellent
STEAM SAW AND GRIST MILL
has lately been erected, and is now in successful
operation.
CLIMATE. Mararitnn la situated in latitude
37 SO, and longitude, 1S 47 west from Wash
ington, ine inermomeier aocs not inuicaiea
higher degree of heat than ninety, and never in
tbe winter lets below aero. Farmers and Me
chanics find no inconvenience in doing out-door
work in the winter season. Lattle, bogs, sheep,
etc., do well oa tbo prairie during the entire
year. There is always a pleasant nreeaein tne
hottest djs of summer, which makes tho heat
less oppressive than in many of the northern
States. Lots will be sold at exceedingly low
figures to persons desirous ot building.
J. r.. j".ir.n. rresiuent.
HORATIO KNOWLS. Vice PresX
T. R. Robbkts, Sec'y, ang. 14.
- Desttlatry.
"ptR. L. KELLOGG. DmamMrator of OptratkH
s-7 UmtxAirv of 10 years' constant ana success
ful practice, having settled permanently in Law,
renoe, may be found at his oihce over Duncans'
store, where ne will Keep constantly ou nana i
Ill&rgv supply OI VTOIU ri.m miu run, .UU IUD
most approved styles of Teeth, from which pat
rons can select to suit tneir own uum. ilj au
I operations warranted.
4Stf
Land Aareaey and Land Office.
L'Ul, Am a WULIAl. lit A . A VI... Irf . A., AJ
S-i Counsellor at Law and United States Com'
w . 1 TUll'T ,Vn . TTHUVL'V .V
missioner. Tecumsch. K. T.
Prs-emDtion business and contested claims at
tended to. Money to loan to pre-emptors; Land
Warrants located. Claims and town rtbarosand
Lots in all parts of the Territory, bought and
sold. Investments made for capitalists, and X
per cent, satislactorily guaranteed.
kbfebencel: nisrxcy jonn y . wmry, oo
eompton. K. T.. Hon. John MoKean. L'. S. Dia
... v v r,;,. w A u
I u.n.h.n. nd Thomas It. Stinson. Esa..Tecum-
seh.K. T. anitf
Kelsencer, Fen Ion k Co.,
HAVE just opened on Water, between Dela
ware and Shawnee sts a Wholesale and
Retail Establishment, consisting of Foreign and
Domestic Hardware, iron, -sils, ana nttscurgr
Stoves, Stove Furniture, Ae. A largeassortmeni
of Locks, Hinges, Screws. Chains, tamp Kettles.
Cuttlcry, Carpenter's Tools, Bellows, Anvils,
Vioes, f orks, h hovels, vtooa ana main ana
Force Pumps, Axes, Rifles, Scales, Butcher's
Tools, Paint Mills, Corn Mills, Hand Bells, Tape
Lines, Cast and Blister Steel. Brushes, Ac and
all can be purchased cheap for cash. nftlf
.Leavenwortn, JUay x. iro.
Law Office.
JOHN M. COE, ATTORNEY AT LAW will
practice in all the District Courts and in the
Supreme Court of the Territory. He has had a
long experience in pre-emption practice in an
other State, and will give special attention to
all cases in the Land Omces. .
JlffermcM. Any lawyer or standing in wis
oons'in. The Professors of the Yale College Law
School.
0" N. B. Mr. C. is Notajit Public.
Jiine 7. tf
' Boots fc Shoes! Hata It Cap.
T W. BOYER A CO., WHOLESALE A RE-
f tail dealers in
BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS
Second story Jarboo's new storehouse. Levee,
Kansas City. Mo. tint. 3.
E. D. Ladd,
XTOTARY PUBLIC for Douglas County. Recia
ter of Deeds for the City of Lawrence, and
Conveyancer. Will take acknowledgements.
proofs of Deeds and other ins:rumonts in writ
ing, draw up conveyances, powers of attorney,
Ac. Blank Deeds for sale. Otfice So. 18 .Massa
chusetts street. Lawrence. Kansas,. nf tf.
Hampton Den man,'
REAL ESTATE
AND
LAND AGENT,
Oct. 23 tf. LSA TZXWORTB CT7.
L. McARTHUR,
I . TTnnv
A tiee in
" Jl?!,'",
F.Y. Leeomntan. K. T. Will orac
the District Courts, and attend to
contested claims in the Land Oflieo. Omeo oppo
site American Hotel, lysi
r. B. BIDFNOCB. . H. W. SAtBB.
RIDEH0CB aV BAKEBi
GWOCtUS,
And Dealers in PRODUCE. Also, Agent for
the sale of GUNPOWDER.
. 48 Massacluuttts Street, Lawrence.
Jan. 82. 'iS-ly '
Henaley, Haaaell V Ca.,
' So. 100,Xsvea,
Leavbswobth, - - - - - Kansas.
WHOLESALE DEALERS is staple and
fancy Grooerios. Wines. Liquors, Cigan.
Tobacco. Ac, Ac. ....u
Wo are now in receipt of the HEAVIEST
STOCK. OF GROCERIES WEST OF ST.
LOLLS. Purchasing our stocx in .lew l ora,
K.ltimnr .ad Nnw Orleans, almost antirebr for
cash, wo are enabled to sell to the eountry trade
at St. Louis wholesale prices.
n e are paying prompt attention to toe ior
wardingof all Uoods consigned to our ears.
Leavenworth. Aug. . '. ,
Basset t St Brackett,
S8 Mauackwtt Street, corner of WtnUrop, .
LAWRENCE, KANSAS.
DIALERS IN
REAL ESTATE
, . AND ' . .
:IsAID WARRANTS,
3ttomt2s at 2Lato axis (Stutxal
- Collection astntfl. -
XrXl.t BET. SELL AND LEASH IM-
proved and Wild Lands, City and Village
Property, cuter Lands on time for actual set
tlers, pay taxes, examine and furnish abstracts
of titles.
- General information given concerning wvery
locality jn Kansas, from actual observation.
Will Bar, Sell, anu loai iana nsnw..
Will nr.t! I., ia tha several Courts of
this Territory, aad prosecute claims against the
General Government.
Will make collections ia any part of Kansas,
snd remit funds at earmat rates of rich arse.
Will make applieationsfor Rounty Load n ar
rant aad Peneione. - - - "l '
WiliexecataaU kiadsof legal imrtrameaU.
Will negotiate loans on Real Estau security.
rartieuiar aiccniiou paiu w voaTeyancing.
: Jaa ,' tf . . , .
Uiatarr I Hcleaea ! AntlaaltrX
THE Kansas SeientiBe and Historical Society
is now fullr omnised. and all reasonable
ssaaarea an being ased to add to their library,
solleelioa of miaoaUaneona writings, eabinei of
minerals, curiosities and antiquities, and aeien-
lifusajut hiatAriMl iarnraiatiea retatinai to the
several,. departinenU usual ly known to sack a
society, lo Una enu. ail lrienua 01 mo socievy
wberevwr they soar reside, are most respectfully
solicited lo can tribal telies of oarr aivil or
political history, war trophies, public corres
pond ease, records of elections and returns, le
gendary tales, local incident, and aaeb other
information or articles aa properly deaerva the
honor of a place in our State archives Every,
thing material, that will aid tho fatar histo
rian, an 11 be aoat gratefully received.
All paokagae should be sea to the Librariaa.
Dr. 8. C. Harrington, Lawrence, a ansa, t nr
ther dotaila wills given by lottar.ifdasired, by
tbo Corresponding SasreUsry, Wm. Hutchinson,
Lawrence, Kansas. By order of
EXECUTIVE COM. of K. 8. AH. S.
. Lawrance, March S8, l.-tf -
,.' ' H Msnaaas) -XTOTARY
PUBLIC.OmeoNo.7. Massachusetts
1' street, Lawrence. Ofies boars s A. M. to 1
r. it. . r;.iL ,T :.j ri Pes.MJ tf
nr. George Cook,
THE ANALYTI0Ali' FAEKJJER,
' j And former proprietor of the " '
WAHE6AN HORSE INFIRMARY,
ILLINOIS,
t TAVIXG beenmo a resideat of LawTno, f-
jls- fan his skill in the oraeueo ot meaieiae in
tne lower animal order.
Mr. COOK is now eompoandinc large
amount nf Tesretahle Medicines for removing
's on- I
amotions to which Musses and Cattle are sub
ject, which baa been used by himseir in his
nnvtiML f,,r tha last twelve years. - His nbser
r . , - . cn c.,.
tsuim anu experience uwnu u, m
from which refenniee sin be had if desired.
He is qualified to prescribe for an invalid at a
distance, by having tbe symptoms, and all the
eiroasaataoees eeaneetea wiist toe wasw, saaeu
by a close observer.
Ua. C, will mitjuil ty all invalids in norson
also, will perform all surgical operations in his
proiessinn spaying anu eastraung inciuuvu.
ns win aiso anoo oiracuii w in nuiw
shoe difficult feet of Horses ana
hoof-bound, foundered. c., and
ttheJohnHoueor nthiaOr-,
Cattle, such as
can be foundat tho Johnson Bouse, or at us y-l
fi.ee, over l)ix s V agon Shop, and Ssboo at nia
'VSR.fiP',- ' . m ' . .
Mr. COOK has a large amount of printed mat-
training HorieaTrach m pimphleti. bilta. bonds,
Ae.. which he will sell very low tor oasn a raro
chance lor Moras trainers. -. i aiarosi w.
Ho! for the Gold Diggings !
KIMBALL BROS,,
HAYING aeenred tbe services of an old and
exnerienaed MINER, are prepared to man
ufacture ana lurnian -
GOLD ROCKERS,
QUICKSILVER MACHINES,
,LO.G TOMS, ;
. SLUICES.
And all other machinery necessary for mining.
Persons going to the M ines will do well to give
osaeaii. auioaiju DDuioBao
March 5. S9 U.
Cyrus Tatar.
A TTORNEY AT LAW and commissioner of
-t-- Deeds for Iowa and Aew l ort. rarlicuisr
attention siren to orocurinff and locating land
warrants, pre-empting claims, Ae. . Onus at
Osawatomie, Kansas.
fiov. u, logo. '
(eo. w . ejaiiasnarea
A TTORN
NY A COUNSELLOR AT LAW and
ral Und Agent. No. 41 Massachusetts
iwrenoo. Kansas Territory. Deo S If
a. General
Street, Lawrence.
Laid Warrants -
TO LOAN, for Tbirty-One Dollars less than at
Leeompton. Also, Money to loan on real
estate security. By H. M. SIMPSON,
Lawrence. June IS. lM8.-tf A'otury PubUe.
The Teeth The Teethll
TlR. S. A. MARSHALL, DLM1ST, WUUlU
y respectfully inform the citijena or Jtansas
city of Leavenworth.
All operations in his line performed in the
latest, neatest. and mostapproved manner. With
an experience of sixteen years in a city praotioe,
and a close observation of all the latest improve
ments in the profession, be feels prepared to
pledge himself to give satire satisfaction to all
who tnavAiinsuIt him.
H7 Tooth axamined.and advice given, free of
enarge.
Uthoe on Uelaware street, opposite Mouraca
en s.
Jjeavenwortn Uity, Jan. 3, i7.
B. w. rrraigiM.
. W. WTMEOOr.
PETBIKIN
dc WYNKOOP,
GENERAL LAND AGENTS, and dialbbs
vs in I.ano WiiKiNTS. Lecomoton. Kansas:
Office, one door south of the Executive Office.
ill attend to all business connected with tbe
Land Office, entrusted to their care.
- pHK-KMFTonA. Takk Notick. The necessary
Proof Papers, sc.. wiil be made out Free of
Charge, lor Pre-emptors who purchase Land
arrant or us. w e nave oeen entraaea ior mo
past year in preparing the necessary Proof
Papers, sc., required in rre-mption entries.
A.AND . A an A NTH OI an sisoa lor sale, auu la
all cases fully guaranteed. Land Warrants also
loaned on Time, at usual rates. ml:tf
ESTAB LISH KD 1866.
GREAT WESTERN
Saddle and Harness Emporium,
Lawbbncs Kambas.
J. G. SANDS
TT AS thularrmit Establishment West of St.
X L Ijouis. Emigrants on their way to tha
mines, will here find a complete assortment of
PIKE'S PEAK
Saddles and Harness, Sec.,
Made expressly for the
NEW ELDORADO TRADE. ' '
Farmers and others will eontinue to receive
their full share of attention, at ths " Gbbat
Westbbn." J an. 8, '.
The Lawrence Nursery
IS situated two miles west of Lawrence on tb
Lawrence and Leeompton road, or perhaps
better knuwn as the California road.
In offering our Trees for sale, we have but a
few words to say. t'arucularaltention has been
paid to tbeircultivation, in order to keep them
in good shspe for setting in orchard form. Tbo
soil on which they ar grown b ing good and
worked deep, tbey are uncommonly well rooted,
having a large amount of fibrous roots.
We hare spared nnpains in obtaining tb beat
varieties of
SUMMER. FALL AND WINTER FRUIT,
Especially those kinds that have been tested and
found to do well in the most Western Slates.
In order to prevent mistakes, we cut our scion
for grafting from old bearing trees, and we will
guarantee the kinds to be what we aell them for.
Our trees have been raised on Kansas soil. aad
sre therefore much preferable to those from oat
of the Territory, being much more certain of
living and making rapid growth, as w hav
learned by our own experience.
Uur trees are healthy, thrifty, and well grown,
and as such we offer them to Fruit Growers at
cheaper rates, we thiak, than any other n arson
nAli persons wh wish to obtain Fruit Trw.
are invited to call aad see for themselves, befote
purchasing elsewhere, !..''.
UrderareoeivedattbeoffioeofBassettABrack
aU. Lawrence, K- T-,or at the nursery grounds,
u, Lawrence, .g BRACKETT A CO..
Jan SO. 'J8-tf ...... -. Propria tors.
. Jsha
n. cm
WILL prosecute before tho Commissioners all
claims for losses which may be placed ia
his hands. 1;
Lawrence, Feb. S. 'SBtf
. E. 8.L0WMAN.
A TTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR ATLAW,
ia- over Woodward A Finley's drug store. Law-
a. t.
Garden Seeds! v '
A LARGE supply of Shaker Gaidea Hoed,
just received and for sale. at reduoad prioas,
br PRENTISS A ORIS WOLD.
Lawrence. Mar. SS, 18S8. tf
aTar tele. .
AT ths residence of E. 0. II act, near Bloom
ington, -
3,000 Bushels of Corn
March tt.lHO,
CALEB S. PBATT,
CoBTtytnter aad Real EtUtel.eat,
, Lawreaee, Kantai.
, Omca, comer of Mass. and Winthrop Sts. .
DEEDS, Bond's, Mortgages, Pro-Emptios,
Naturalisation and Pension Papers, appli
cations for Bounty Land, Ae.,drawa np with
care. Titles examined and abstraots famished.
COLLECTIONS mad aad promptly remitted
in current funds. LAND WARRANTS sold
and loaned on commission. Tax paid sod
money iaveetad for non-resident. - --
N. B. Calbb S. Pbatt. by virtue of his
office of Coaaty Clerk of Doaglas Coaaty, ia au
thorised to administer oaths aad take acknowl
edgments aad dpitioa. Jan., 'SS. ly
. P. H. kSerkvaa, k
VTOTARY PCBUC AND CONYETANCER.
11 Office at his residence ia Bloom ing tos,
Kansas Territory.
. s'ebruary sta. 18J0 Ijrr . -r
. W Braarat, e i
A TTORNEY AT LAW. Vemmieeicmer for of!
n. the Northern State. Bounty Laad and PES
8HS AGENT, and Geswral Agent for tbeawr
ehas and sal f Real kslata, looatioa of Laad
Warrants, Ac . , ,; , .
Offio in Hxbala or Peizdok Bciume, ess.
ad Soor. Lawrenc. aaasaa. " "
t . . St. Hbmb, JH.Is.
HOMCEOFATHIC Phyaieiaa and Surgeon,
would respectfully inform tbe pabiis tha k
is permanently located ia Lawrence, and would
tender hi professional sorvieaa to tho -who
u l. iuli. 1. (u nmnathl. Olfie itt-
the Johasoo House, Ho. 31 and M. Vermoat
nireet. . , , , . - ..-n.
" Caa XT. Callaaaare,
VTOTART PUBLIC. Jo. M
a a atrset. lawreaee. a. 1.
Mm T. Bsurrls. ,
.Uotney .al .liaw
' i O LATHE. JOHVbOS CO4 bw t-;i ' 1
Jaa. tS, ISSely Ai:Ktz
, BUELIXGAME, K. T
iJLaU'Oouval dig Sdllmmt Jtoj.
THE Mills at this point have been
. ful operauon for the last aix bob tg!'wja.
r no and other machinery la of the
woicu ini, i. now oemg bow added W.i
unai stiii.-sma a Beit tor making Snoeiiv. S"'
is now being erected. HaningJ Htr
lingame ia one of the live towns oFkjJ,;
Will ..I HIImu . "
tag gnat inducements to capitalist, JT"
building, and making a nleasant iJZ!1!"' hr
society, are not saxpassed by an inuT;
sneietr. are not umuml k. ... tMJ
this country. n
NrHllVlTD &
Burtingame, May S. W57. " v"l
taw
..TltUaJ Saw.nuiat Saw,
JOHXSON ft E.TIEBSO..
PIAS FOUSDERY. corner of Ei.1,,1
Hell Straats. All, lllini. . Mf?" UI
frame CIRCULAR SAW-MlLUealit,,
ing from 4000 to ISOOD feet, aurface uauSfT f1-
iumhtr iB 13 l-ours. aoeording U sila 2'SP1
ud power applied. " 4.
steam Engines, Flue and Tuhnlw
steam Ennnes. Flu n4 T.,i,i.
xMks, Wrought and Sheet ir 7
fash and Jluley baw-M Is, Flourins MiiTS1'
cnM. Lard and Tobacco SerenVtc l
II r Orders resoectfully aoliriii
uuc,lea- An
I . B.-&maM r-orUble Lngines and Boilmt,
Farming and Shop purposes. m
llaoninory lor Kansas and Misaoari t.
Byifl-;rfta
nwarrea Idea
WILL take notice that the aabseriber
aea to aell cheap for cash the fulLi;
nronerUr r
i - . - .
enares in
Wyandotte,
Osawstoniie,
tmporia.
Tecuaml!,
Blue t'ity,
Georenowj,
Kochesicr,
Uttumo
Quindaro,
llelaware.
Doniphan.
Minnoola,
Belmont,
Marmatoa,
ikewaneo.
Amsnou. i. ,
IIm I Um. nnnhMflf Inl, t. I '!
eral of which are first elass business lorai'
1 will sell on time to those who wish to iuprT.
lets in this town..
uaprm
ila.
8. B. PRENTISS.
. SiATia, stlSUN JOBSSdl
SLATES & JOHNSON,
STEAMBOAT AGENTS
forwarders ana Lommission Mercians
NO. 36 LEVEE, BT. LOUIS, 110. 1 1
Prompt and persona attention paid to guiit V
urll II
Land Warrante,
f)F LUl..ioT sale at one iMItr,.
V acre L,ranpier.Ui,T" 11
ff "P rTP,l7 Lt,r,i"B"
tntat tkara. K. U.FAltJUv
First Door North of C. S. Land 0IW i.
oompton, K. T.
4 nly si, icao u
JAMES CHMSTIAlt. JlS.lm
CHRISTIAN k I.ANK,
A TTORNEYS AT LAW. Office, IWU
Huildin. Law
renee, nansas isrru,a
TheJ r. Commissioners for all the Wt,
States. They will attend to eollectini in Ku
aas. nebraska, esters Missouri ana lost
Mr. Christian havini had large eynriirbr.
the business, will attend to making mm-
menui in 1 own property aud Lamis lie wi.i
eeive for ban or sale, land warrants at U.-
percentage.
The Kansas atruerlea beinr over. Mr ijs..'
devote himself aceiaef to the praetiM.u:
trusts bv strict attention to business, lo rwn
a portion of the business of the people of ku
sas.
January S9th. ls. nutiu
B. SIMMONS. P. O. LIADBtAtn.
Kansas Emigrants.
SIMMONS A LEADBEATER. Forsaiia,
and Commission Merchants snd h.ni
Freight Agents, No.tt South Main sl..LLw
Mo. Full information given to allastorgua
noints. Ae.. free uf Cham.
Refer to S. C. Pumervy ,C. Robinson, A. B
Renier. G. W. Drown. Dr. C. Catter. K. Cate
1 National Kansas Committee. and our ttiwnli.ik
trte state mm nt Kansas.
Mark packag js Care of Simntona a Leadbew
ar. St. Louis. Alo.
General ticket agents for Miasoarl Ritrl
steamboau. S-li.
. Laad Natica.
THE undersigned has been appointed ia v
cordance with theprovisionsofslavjaw
by the Territorial Legislature, Recorder (uf i
Pawnee lnd District. All lnslnimcntorU.
e-er kind, affecting the title of any rral u
in liiib i.db Elaine. m, u minim in t
eflioe, and be equally a lien on tbe real mitS,
ofsacriueti inerciu aa it niru iu iu, vuu.m
which such real estate ia situated.
. , G. A. REYNOLD;
Lawrence. K. T, Feb. th
CIIAULES II. BBAN8CU.HBE,
Attorney at Law,
T3ARTICCLAR attention given to Landew
x Lawrence, a, 1.. April t, .
1 F. Weadt,
T-UIRWARniVn and Commissioa klrnks
C and dealer in Foreign and Domestic Liqif
.... a , I I I ' I . , Vltt I I I L' k
IIU. s, Lbl Br,, AblUii, luu, nuBw...
mediately on Keokuk and Quiney Packeu' Iah
ing. ' spw-n
New Gaaae I
TCST received from New York a larita.
ij splendid assortment 01
RICH MILLINERY GOODS,
comprising the latest and most desirable rtiiti
at No. 3, Whitney House Gout,
1858 A. B. miller, M
YYTHOLEBALE GROCER. lorwaHint
v v ijommisBion siercuauw .isn. .cu.
Steamboat Agent and Collector. New lire pr
building. No. WO. Lov, Loaveowurtk u
Cafflael CafflnsII
-APFIV-l Mvf made, all aiias. aw) b
l CHEAPEST in Lawrence, trimmed ta crlar
Second door south of Col lam ore Uuildirc.
Uwreoe,Aug.7,'S. . . P. J. AUNEl
satisrd k SaJfara,
Attoiaeyi and Real Estate l?tk
rtClTO . ..1. . uUndid lMI'KUVI
J FARM ol 160 acres; SOacrea of fins !
I a . Mk aaowwsi IrnnrriVafi . 1 1 (ftJQ D1'
W SU IIU t, I ASA uv 1 ,ia,iv - ' " : li.
aubl. Acllno spring and fitof.'ed oa
Creek near iu junction wim iw";j'
tmn m ilea from LawroBee City. AM
. JasBS-tX. . .
jjoi sLaresAB wYeoaawer,
PROBATE AND COUNTY JCDGS.
Solicitor ia 8uprenw sod U.S. Conrta. sad ln
eral Land Agent, Manhattan, K. 1.
August U USB.
Oldbam A Faxatt'a Bleat Market.
AV 31 ManmchusftU Street.
TYTHOLESALE and Retail Oeal'"'"
VV UttF, PORK. MUTTON. LA 111
ointj u-tf I, AKTl TAMP I1AVK.
saltVork. POKK AND HAMS. As.
Farmers and others tske notice
that t"
k. ki.k, r.RIiiKS. POL'LTKl
PRODUCE, and that ia cash mind thst!
JanSStf.
ws. STAin
JOHX A. BALDBBMAB.
Ilalaerinaa k
Btanler
A '
TTORNEYS AT LAW. laaveawrt i
xV. K. T. Will
farinc Corta of
K. T. Will rjractiee in t
tiee in the Snpenorsasij;
forior CovU of tb Territory,
aad promptly remitted
Jan S-l
C. B. Cleaanta
ATTORNEY AT LAW.wUl attend tnallbaaj
Sas entrusted lo his ears ; also, will aw"
to tbe purchase and sale of land and lAmU
the location of land warrants. Ae. ,
Tseumash. Shawn Co.. K. T.. Nov. V
ClaUaas rar sale.
THAYE 8EVERAL OOOD CLAlMf
1 hand for sal in which thenar great I""
as the owners are goiag to leav the Ismw"
t'ZsViirsef JAJIMCHR1ST1AH. Atrt""
Oct.t. tf
J. K. Gaaaia, n
ATTORNEY AT LAW AND REAL ESIA'
AGENT, will exeente Deeds. Mertgsf
buy and aeU Und and town loU, invest
Kansas property, for otbranithcaranSpr
'wronc Kansas. Nov.. IBM.
He nvCrackCBt
SI. iroa Ileal or, MMmot, r"."Sia 1
Commissioa Merchant, Levee. South i-u
missi aaiTanworian nri -1
C.S.BtOMWAT. -'' J - TtWS. 8.TSW-
BaUdUar Thsratssi
f AWYER8 AND LAND AGKNTS.TjJ
LjLI. . . Februsri SU,
HahaUtery.
A. RHROTER take
thUmethodJJ.
thspubliaies'p.
forsaing a is frssnd and
ly tout ne baa opened aa t. rnuun -; i...
TABLISHMENT oa Wtnthrop., strse.,,.
renoe, immediately west of ta siorro " j
where n would be happy to se on r"M1r- 1
unis, ouuirsH, hum.. ,
band.- Kpriag ktrassmls toerdsr.
Give me a call bofor purchasing slseao".
Feb.7M '
w rails a roee j rrsii -
WI have rraiioaappieira-aj
. Vab. PmnM. and Cherry traea- aT
Currant and Gooseberry bushes. PlAarr
Grape Viaes, Raspberry and Law too Hi
ry buaboa, Quin.es, Ae for sal st
at Jadg Wakefield's, wtwea Uwraaa
Uoemptoo. Givy. fflfcffitiifit
rebrssrr!-..,-, v;. .'. r.;
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