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LAWRENCE. K. T. Saturday Morata. Sept. 17. W.9. rOoae. , Small wren.mnte pecking at the last red plnm. Or twittering idlj in lie yellowing bough Fruit-emptied, over it) forsaken house. Birdie, tbi seems toeome Telling, we bevs emptied oar year's store, Summer ii o'er. Poor robin. driven in bv rain storms wild To lie submissive under buawbold hands,? With beating heart the bo lore anderstands. And sacred net, Be ebild Who nnl knows that be is all alone. And Summer's gone. Pale leaves, wet Byine wide frightened flock' Un wnica lee woiaia wind outbursts, and teari The tender fraw tbat lived in summer aim: Till takes at this shock. - - . They, I ke frail hearts whom sudden grief sweep or. Whirl sink an! die. t All these things. earthy, of the earth.de tell This earth's eoatiaualstorv; we belong Unto another e uairy, and oar eosg f5hU h an B,,rll knell- Though all the er'i tale, u our jrean rnih fast. Mourns, "Buuiioer i pastl O lore immortal! O eternal youth: Wbelher in k ;edii)f novks it sits and sings. As hundred poet of a hundred spring; Or slaV.ii mauioa-druuth Out of the winepress of affliction god Godward, through woes. 0 ynnth undying! 0 perpetual lore! . With these, b winter fireside well fit down And wear our snows of buuorlike aerown, A nA ii u ie a erore. Where ail ib tuil neau ring with roeal cheer summer is hero. Roll round, strange rear; swift seasons, come and Te (rand anon as only an outward sign. Ye cannot the inward and divine, Which God kuowe and we know; Sealed, until summers, wintura,all shall oease In His great pence. Therefore, oproose, re winds, and howl your win; Beat, be et, ye sobbing rains, on pane and door; ' enter. Riow K'oica ago; ana tnou onscure Grand atee.1 not oi ili. Coma ihou but once, and then, when e'er thou eome, Glad, we'll go home. The Dlflorence Between French and American Brandf. . . The Chester county (Pa.) Time's is re sponsible for tto following :. A gtttUcmau of our acquaintance ih el to purciiastt gniue brutuly to be nsed in nickneeH, and called on an old German liquor dealer in the city cf Philadelphia, when the following dialogue ensued : "Have you any imported brandy gen uine stuff?" "Very good prandy. Come and trink some claret punch ; dat ith goot, too, Ten the vedder inn hot." "No, I thank you, I want a little bran dy fnr a lick man." "Come and try the punch. One vriend from Germany peen here. I see him not pefure, for many years. We peen trink ingdepoDcb." "Come and tell me about the brandy. I want a little of the best iu the mar ket." The old gentleman was a little mellow just etiough to make him talkative; and the vinit of his friend had no warmed his sympathies as to make him communi cative. ' "Now, my vriend, yon vante goot pran dy, and I sells you good prantly. Dare iah some prandy I makes myself, end dat Uh goot. Dare ish some I bought in Ke York, and dat is aheap prandy. Dare isb eome dat I imported from ' Y ranee, and dat ish very goot too." "Did you say you made that lot your self?" "Dat I makes myself, and I warrants dat. It ico made of de verra best whis ky." "Whisky 1 I don't want any of your infernal concoctions made of w uitky and called brandy." (Old gentleman, solemnly.) "It is all made of whisky, my vriend, and dat Ish the reason why de Trench prandy ia not bo goot ss goot American prandy. No prandy ish now distilled from wine nny more ; it is not possible to make it aheap enough Cordis market from wine, and de American people do not like de real pran dy, because dey are not used to it." "Did you say that French brandy is not so good as our own manufacture ? We import some brandy from i ranee, do we not v "0, we import hlenty of prandy to hlease de rich people, but it lsb not goot. In France, de prandy it-h made of potato whisky, and dat lsb not so good as d corn whisky what we makes into prandy Hero !". . Hard a Beat . The'hest thing we hsve heard of an antiquarian is told of William. F. Good win, of Concord, N. II., who is acknowl edged to be the greatest antiquarian in New Euslund. llr. G.. in order to add another valuablo volume of legal lore to bis already well stockt-d library, is en gaged in lniLiirg up copies of the cell brated criminal- trials that bavo taken - place in the S'nte of Now Il.tmpsbire. Observing, in a catalrgno of hooks issued by an old and distinguished publishing house in New York, that a enpv of the trial ho was iu search of was for sale, Mr, G. immediately role to the firm, request ing theni to forward it to him. By due course cf mail he- rccuved a letter in forming hiai that the copy of the trial he desired had been sold, but that they would . procure another copy for him, and that tbeir business was so extensive, both ui this country and in Europe, that they roultl furnish him with a copy of any trial Ut int 14 fMr. Air. U. baving been ' placed in the same position several times, by attempting to purchase catalogue books with the prices annexed, wrote back the louowiiig short tut pithy note : "Coscobd, N. II., July 2,1359. "Memrrs. .Gentlemen : Yours of the 30th of June is at hand. Be kind enough to procure for me, as soon as may be, one copy of the trial of the 'two Meres,' who were hanged, one on the .. right hand and the other on the left of our Savior, when he was crucified, and . very much oblige, your obedient servant, W.F.Goodwix. ' "P. S. Be very careful to get the edi ' tiori that contains the indictment, for I have sever been able to find out what these two rascals stole." . . The alove letter Is to be preserved in . the New York Historical Society archives, snd a dinner awaits the pleasure of the author. Boston Journal. . t .... ' ' CO" A late English paper says that the ; m5 of builders in England are under to . thorough a sy num. of espionage tbat no - laborer can lift two bricks at a time while - building, or neglect to rap the side of each ' brick picked up, without being sure to be reported to the foreman, and to receive - his dismissal. It ia said that the. lifting of a sinzle brick at a time! and the tflnninir ... . . . ' r V r ot it Witn toe trowel, are not customs orig inating with correct building, but are rules made by the trade nnion to procure an equal amount of work from all build- -. en.': ' 3r The following is the motto of the Sons of Malta, according to the Lafayette Journal; : -; ",-: ' "Ego sum minus, iu is atinus, iUe est asinns, runt cmnta asitu' I am an ass, you are an- ass, he is aa ass,- are all sei. r .5 tl'C : rWMBtO BACK fATTBDAT atOBWDie, IT C. W. BROWN 4b CO., OjlteHeruid of freedom SuiUenf, Lmtrtnm sTaO. . v TERMS 0? SUBSCRIPTION i eovr. one rear. - - - - . IS. I copies, one rear. - PmuJ f,mJnil Sal mil SMMM 4 411 papers diseon tinned at the expiratius of the ime lorwnich payment tereeeiTea. TERM3 OF ADTaKTISlNO: first insertion, per line, - - - '?ef '.icn subsequent in'mios, per line, - - M t'hree Months, nnr line. 50 . Six Months. "'' - , J,, Jne i ear, V '." . . . TTPAdvanee payment will be required for AdvertieemenUfrooa a distance. , U ..n-i . nmiMirlt- reo-intered with POSunASt- m, may be forwarded by mail at oar risk. .ft9b"ert.S6tyei)is. RENICK HOUSE, Ceneref Slain and Semeem Mtreets, LEAVENWORTH CITY, K. T. New House. . New Furniture. SITUATED near the Steamboat Landing. C? Six line of Stages leave this llonae daily. or points in this Territory and Missouri. Poet- Office u the Hotel Building, .KEMC& & HINKS, Nov.M.'sa-tf Proprietors, BRATTOV IIOI'ME, TS SITUATED IX BITRLINOAME, SHAW- s nee county, K. T, trareler- can find g nee county, K. T, CraTeler can find good icoommodations here, on reasonable terms, liar- inenme is thirty-eisht miles south-west of Law' rprme.un the S.inta Ke road, anil within thirty allies or r.mporia. Oood pruirie claims can De located near ihu point. UCUltUb JltUllVil. March 28, U-S9. - Proprietor. A-TIEHICAX HOTEL. B. C. BROOKK, - - Proprietor. Cor. of Sd and Haldeman Sts.. Leeompton. HAYIXO refitted and completely renovated theab re llotcl.it is now one of the must -lairable ntopping-placeii in Leeompton. Tberu i couinodions stebling and a plentiful 4upp! of hsy and irsin attachid to this Hotel. ST AUKS loave this house daily for all parts of the Territory. Auc.M. Kaaiai Land Si Collectias; Agency. RH. STEVENS, General Land A cent and Att'.rtioy a'-l.aw, Lw- mpton, will devote particular attention tvbuoioess beforo the Land (Sice, both in the Territory and in Washington, V thefeeuring of patents, entry of 'amis, locat ing of Land tVarrnnt,&e. Money to loan; and Land Vkbasts fi lly orAasNTico, always on hand and for -tale, for cash or on time, at the lowest rates. All business inquiries, per mail, answered frfr op. ciirib. Office, one door south of the IT. 3. Land Office. July , tf. For Sale. rpHE COMMERCIAL HOCSE opposite Post a. uiuce, unjeot to tne lease oi me ttotei. Adres.s. Commercial House. Jan. tf CORN 8BELLEUS. IN great variety, at the Mammoth Hardwani and StoruJSUre of INULK hAK!;t K. Dec. 111. 57, Dr. . B. PREXTTKS, WILL resume the Practice of Modieine and Sursery. in Lawrence and vicinity. Office at the Orug store of f rentiss k uris- woiu. April S. 1859. tf Notice. 1TAKE the following method to supply the wants of those who wish to have their land mrveevd. I will be in Shawnoe on 15th to 18th of each m-nth; Monticello, lmh and 19th; Lexington, ttith to 25th; Mct:auiah.3lthandlr7ih, Gardner. JHtU andsa.h: Spring Hill.3th to lxt; Aubry, id and 3d; Oxford, 4th and 5th; Olathe. 6 to uib, and back to Lexington, loth to liib All who wish to hare their iaitda surveyed can add rem me through the l'oatoBice at either of the t-.n, stating toe iho. oi section, lownsmpana Kanne A. sLAL'LiHl tit, County Surveyor. Johnson Oo Kansas. Dec. 6th, '50. tf. Greatest Cure in the World for Pain. DR. SMITH, ( Philadelphia, whose Eleotric Oil made t'hiladolnhia. St. Louis, and the oast month iu M. Joseph, (where Mr. Ko'bidoaux, the father of tuat town. Air. iXorthcutt. and hundred others, have been cured) has arrived at Lawrence, and will apply the Oil to any PAlKFrLeuse. FitEK of cnargo, eilberat the Drug Mores or lioU-l, to demousirate its curative power seeing is be lieving puinng is no use. From an eminent Physician. 103 (Jhosuut .Street. Pbilndelnhia I have practiced medicine since lt-46; my wife has been a great sufferer at intervals for thirty year; ui sun, mereoant.Nu. 13 t.'hennut street. sent me a bottle ol Ur. Smith s tloctric UU.and after the third or fourth application, not a ves tige of disease remained. JOMil'H P. ELK1XGT0X, M. D. From Hon. J. W. Harcourt. Albany. December 7. 1P58. Dr. Smith, Philadelphia hear Sir : Your Electric Oil cured uty eon, who was two years under the care of an eminent physician, and given op a cnppie tor me. J. W HARCOURT. "People's Line" Office. From the Grcntest Now York Uouse.l lUM01iE New York. June 1st, 158. Dr. Smith Dear Sir-Send 25 gross small. 10 gross halt', and 12 gross dollar tiie t lee trie Oil. Very respeetfttlly yours, KAKNtS A 1'AiiK, Broadway. From the larguet Drug Store in the West. St. l.nnU. Anril 3. Dr. Smith: Please ship usMldoien .mall site 50 doten medium sue. In dosen lane sise Eleo tric Oil, anddraw on us fir the amount Yours truly, . UiAKLLSS, ULOW A CO rFrom a well known rentleman.1 Dr. Smith's Llvetrio Oil cared my Paralysis. lam over seventy-five yosra old. M. ASTOXEDIOS, 'o. HI ProplM)t street, Brooklyn. Thirty years in New York. Dr. Smith's Electrio Oilgav-; me entire satis ftiction in oned. .I.S. FOL.N IAI.N. India Store, No. 653 liroadway, X. Y. - Dr. Smith's Klectrio Oil cured my deafness in three days, Mrs. IJiOili'SU.S, ' Pine Plain-". New York Dr. Smith's Electrio Oil cured my Rheumatism In one day. 1 had te wslk on entches. HO.N E.K1LL1AL1SWURTH, 'o. 5-'. South 5;h street, Philadelphia. 10 Large bottles are tea times the cheapest. I From the tarct-st Orus ilonse in Boston. 1 e have s Id a large qumitiry of Dr. Smith's Mectrie t'H.aiid it u spoken ot only witn un qualified praise, tiood reports from every bot tle. W tfcNS A I'Ol TbK, Wholesale DrugzistJ. - No. 154 Watbington st., Boston. $2,(00 sold in Su Joseph in 60 days. For sale wholesale and retstl by PliKMISS A tiRIdWOLD. Eidriiige House, Lawrence. And by Druggists throughout the coon try gen erally. July, 'W.-6m. MILLINERY AND DRESSMAKING! MRaS. WHITNEY bote lev to inform th inbatituUor tawrDe aoa YKiua qa! rao bat jurt roceivod u ttit-saat in eommuuication witii one ot tne m st tiUirn- ableaud exoericnued milliners at thi:Ea3t. will b etioiiteinily receiving additions to her olock f . . L :.L ii..i ...I . ui Ktoas,iuKoiaer who toeiawesisiiies, ia BOAETS, 11 ATS AXD DUSSES ! A competent hnnd will attend to tha making ana (nunaiLK oi tioDuetn. and irom ner expe rience and uccpm. we thinks her work will compare fnvnrakiU with any oi the ew York or rari rwDiiets. ' ViltiAchinr and rcnairinr dnna at h.-rt notify Dresses fitted and made with neatnee and din Datch. Whk all kinds of fiue and plain aewinir. which Cau be performed on auaeaiue. will be done to order. All order far cither Bonnets or l)re?c will bo promptly attended to. t ine French Ft w era. Fancy and Plain RnKhtsf, Fine I'edal Braid, ilDglih Straw?, Willow, Chip, Crape. Silk and Lace UoaneU, Ridin HaU on hand and made to order. Jast receirinir, aad now on hand.. CHILDREN AXD MISSES' FLATS, And aaaaortmeatof - GloYrs. VIt&. Hiitrr. Caoes. Paroda'i. Monrn- iug Boauetsand Veils Sewioc Silk, t'hinenl for naaa arefacs. Linen iinndkcrchiefs Mn?4in t ol laf. Bonnet Ribbons, namw Hibnt for trim- niuig. black and wiiite uiondeol diUerent quali lies and width, lllaainn A liberal disc.iuut made to Country Milliners or those wUhinc to bay to tell aain. Tlittse iu want of Millinery Good are reirpeet- i m i io v i tea 10 ca u ana eiamme oar I toe K before purchasing tKcwticio. , Lawreoco, June 4, '50. ' ; SEALS ! SEALS!! . . M GREENE, rTSKVili ENGRAVER. So. IS Chimat VT Strcvt, oppoiU Oitr baU. 8t. Louu, Mo. Particular atieatian cirea to Sau. April 16. 19. 1 : W. E. SCTI.IFF, MERCHANT TAILOR, wholeaala ana reUil amlar is Cloth. Clothmi. Rau. tlaix. ! (Hnt'i Farnubina- tiootU. Lldiridn Unua twn aoon tv.uta af aiaia .nlrano.. Try See reriUciaaat. . MALTRAVEBS SOLOMON, Miller's Kev. ;. Urick Building, OPPOSITE THE POST OFF10B, TJIS 0 EXHIBITIC TOE LARGEST 11 STAPLE AND FANCY cLOTHnsra, Gents, Furnishing Goods, BOOTS and SHOES, HATS and CAFS, GROCERIES AXD PR0YIS10XS, Erer opened West of St. Louis. Also A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF daceaswaro k Glassware. AfALTRAVERS SOLOMON lia SO flbl. of l'l Hrime K. U. SL'UAIU which wUl beauld totheeoontry trade rer cheap. MALTRAVERS SOLOMON has 85 Fbla.of CRUSHED SUGAR, which will be old cheap for caah. " f ALTRAVERM SOLOMON baa 25 Bbls. of I'LLYKKIZKU SLUAl which is to be sold sheap for cash. f ALTRAVER SOLOMON has 50 Bas of -t'i Kll) i Alt rlt. which he wiU dianose of at rery low figures. TVTALTRAVERd SCLOMON ban 25 Bags of J-'i Uld UnrerDment JAVA I U Vt hK. which will be sold low, in lots to suit purchasers. 1TALTRAVERS SOLOMON ha2ii0 SacVsof J-'A AL1, whieU be offers ut extremely low prices. "fALTRAVER3 SOLOMON has 30 Sacks of i-'A FLOCK, for ralerery cheap for cash. AfALTRAVKRS SOLOMON lias 25 Bbls. of MIHA LKAl KKKS. 25 h f nf KIjTTk.K UKAt:KtKS5Hhls.of BUSKIN CUACKEKS He willdbpuse of ihum at low ligures. jJALTRATERS SOLOMON has 10 CHESTS OF YOfNO HYSON TEA, 10 " IMI'KKIAL TEA. - 10 " GrN'HoW DEIt TEA. 10 " OOUU iil.ACel TEA. AfALTRAYERS SOLOMON has 50 Boxes of aTAK CANDLES. MALTUAVERS SOLOMON Cans of CIVSTEfU. 25 dosen TXTALT RATERS SOLOMON has a large as i,J- sortinent of preserved and oan I'ilLlTS, sucha PEACHES. PINE -APPLES, GOOSEBERRIES, RASPBERRIES. PEARS, STRAWBERRIES. BLACKBERRIES, QUINCES, Cheap very cheap for cash. TVrALTR AVERS SOLOMON has 10 Cases of iLsnti ana .UALitiiii, wink, 10 Bas kets of HtlDSICK'S CUAMI'AUNE, whiot cannot fail to please lovers of cood wine. PIKE'S PEAK OUTFITS. JJALTRAVERS SOLOMON has 50 Dodge's Patent Tents, Which can easily be pitched by one man in fire minutes, i hey will be sold very low. jy JALTRAYERS SOLOMON has 25 Doz. Dimmoa's Cast Steel Picks, For mining. T fALTRAVERS SOLOMON has SS Boxes of Glasgow Tobacco. MALTRAVEBS SOLOMON has the largest stock of Root 4 and Shoes Ever offered for sale in Kansas. LARGE ASSORTMENT tf Slicing Spades and Shovels, Also, GARDEN RAKES, HOES', ' FORKS GRAFT SCYTHES. GRAIN SCYTHES and CRADLES, forsalo hi fi. SOLOMON Z I)os. 5 Gull. BAILED KEGS. 5 Doi. i Gall J Bailed Kegj, 4 Dot. 1 Gull, Bailed Kg, aapieu i-peoiaiiy lor tnoso ero4lu( (he 1'1-iiui. iot sale oy M. SlILtiaON QNE OF THE LARGEST STOCKS OF Summer Ilats Ever opened in Lawrence, consisting of PANAMAS. . . STRAWS. BRAIDS. LEGHORNS. WOOL, . and SILK, WUl be sold low bl . 91. SOLOMOJI A LARGE ASSORTMENT Riding Hats, at - OF LADIES MALTRAYEK3 SOLOMON'S. A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF INFANTS Children's and Misse' HaU. at - M. SOLOMON'S. Just RrceiTed, ' A FEW FINK PARIS BONNETS. ALSO 4. ii raided Uonnets straw and chip, at ' M. SOLOMON'S. CLQTHIN&l CLOli!! IVew -Spring Clothing, TyiLL b sold at Eastern prioi, eoruifting of Genu BUSINESS COATS. PANTS, TESTS, heavy OVERCOATS, heavy all wool BLANK ETS, Genu' Sne LINEN SOIBTS, MINERS' QVERSniBTS, UNDERSHIRTS, MINERS' RUBBER BLANKETS, DRAWERS, and FURNISHING! GOODS generally, at " .iw"; 1: ' M- SOLOMON'S. T OOKINO CLASSES of all sisn; a few Una -L eight day and thirty hour Clocks, at M. SOLOMON'S. ; -Doors and Sash. SO Doors, Tr110Ba.h.- - - 10x12 50 " - - 9i St I 10 . . .X1S 59 " - - 3xMI xl 1 1J " ... 10x14 50 - - 3x7 I For sal by -- .- , - ; M. SOLOMON, . '.. ' Miller's few Ktak. eaaDtiU Fast OB, SAB3 VTU SCHOOL. BOOKS-! f iinr ttrntri rti nnki;..i... t A the AMERICAN HABBATU SCHOOL LSlU.V, Ibis day reeeired, among which are the Select, JuVenile, Home & CaLinet LIBKAEIES! QUESTION BOOK HYMN BOOKS, TESTAMENTS. GEOGRAPHIES, DICTIONARIES, ALPHABET CARDS, SPELLING BOOKS. ; . READING BOOKS, Aad a large supply of the MISCELLANEOUS PUBLICATIONS OF THE ' '. .' SOCIETY. TICKETS, REWARD BOOKS, Ac. Record, Roll, Class, and Minute Large and Small ITIaps, As issued by the Society. SABBATH SCHOOLS in the" Territory can now be supplied at Philadelphia prioea, adding 5 per eent. for ezpeiua ef transportation. This arrangement affords facilities for the publica tiona of this Society, that but few Territories have been able to enjoy. . Catalogues (applied free to all. O. WILMARTH, Bookseller and Stationer. Lawrenoe, L. T, fFebster's Large Qaarle Dictiooarj A GOOD SUPPLY of this great national and a. popular worlt J ust received from the pub usners, ana wui ue sola low lor oasn, at WILMAKTH'S. SCHOOL BOOKS, Of all descriptions used in the Territory, for sale at WILSLARTH'S. MAGAZINES AND PAPERS. ALL the popular Macaxines and Papern, from Boston. Now York. l'liillaiiolnhiA. ('inrin- Bti, Uhiuiigu and St. Loui Faper, fur saie at iae counter, aua uuppiica tooraur, by . 0. WILMARTH, BLLlsrK BOOKS, STATIOXEBV, PASS BOOKS. MEMORANDUM BOOKS, Diaries, Peas, Inks Pencils, Rubber, And ail the Tarions articles called for in snob a store, can be furnished by WILMARTH. Lawrence, April 16, '59. FEVER AXD AGUE ! IOREMOST among the various remedies for mis uiscae sianas - DR. EHALLENBSRSER'S ANTIDOTE. A few doses will cure any ordinary oase, and ONE iiO.E invariably stops theohilln. It contains nothing in too least i.gree hurtful toTllr. si S TE M C.NDKK ANY CIRCLMTANCtS. an iieverproducestheunpleasaut effects that attend the U40 of auiniueand other aeents in general use. It cures every form of the diseaso, and is the original and ONLY ANTIDOTE FOR MALARIA. Ask for Dr. Shallcubergcr's Fever and Ague Ai;.Ut ....... ..I I'll i. Read the foll'iwiug testimony : Geo. Y. Coodkich, Esq.. Attorney and Gen oral LandAgent, now of Granb. Newton county -Mo., but at that time a resident of Neosho Yal ley. K.T.. writes u fullows: - "lammi than ever of the opinion that no omer one memo meeocompletely meets tne want, of our people, as your nil s. Last fall, in tbi region, but one person in ra knowledge escaped the Ague. Miny had it all through tue winter, and continued to hav it- this spring. I sola eiicut battles, all for the treatment of these almost corouiocase, and.it has given in every case the most perfect satufaction; and I believe the first dose has iuevery instance stopped the disease, Of thc.-c eight eases, permit me to give you the facts with regard to two of them: The first was tu:it of a girl of tifceeii jears, who had the Agu btidly all last full had remittent fever and duuil ague nearly all winter; and to this was super added monthly irregularity. Knowing this, I har-My ventured to recommend the pills as , wou'd in ordinary casus, but to mi great aston ishuient and Clarification the fir&t dose stoppet tle fever, (reuiittontl aud 1 supposed the other difficulty has also boon removed, as the roses on her before faded cheeks seem to indicate fine health, which otherwise wou.d hardly be the ease. - . - - The othercase is that of a yonrg mat living in the stuie f-iuitly. iio had the Ftvor and Ague bad1) . all last fall aud winter so he informs me: the fiisidnseof the pills stopped it, and he has not I'fSian hour from his work siuce hebegan totake it. He hasbeensplitrirgrails.haulingthemout, and building fence eve.- sinoe, and makes a first rate hand at this laborious business. He now saj s That ten dollars wo uid be a small prico for the beneht he has received April iia, lea. GKO. W. GOODRICH. ! ' ' 1 VkstTobt. MU.: Jan. Sflth. 1B57.' We consider the prospect for the sale of your medicine hero very Haltering, and we shall, doubtless, be able to dispose of much larger quantit the coming season. W e have notheard of a single case of failure. Infuct.it has nearly thrown out of market every other preparation tor tue cure of r ever and Ague. BOtiliS & SCOTT. Wholesale Druggists. S ld. Wfaolesnleand Retail, by PRENTISS A (iKISWtll.l). Lawrence. Kan. Ter.: HENRY BLAkSLEV. St. Louis, Mo; and by Druggists and dealvr. ever) w here. A.4e f ruprteturs. . A. T. SHAliLENBEitGbR A CO. Kochosier. Pa, Lawrence Pott Office. rpUE MAILS Close and Arrive at this Office at tne luiiowing nours : CLOSB. ABR1TK. Eastern Mail, 9 P. M. Eastern Mail, 6 Western 6 P. JL Weitora " . S Northern " 9 P. M. Nurthia " Se'a(SuToTb)8 A. H, So a(.SuTaTh)5 Kamner.tSun.ll' , .uiaaer.Ta.l P.M. A.M. P.M. Emporia, (Th.) Emp.ria. ff u.) iiuuiboldl.(Su) " Ilumbul-H,(riij6 1'aola, Hues.) t A- M. faoia, (ed.) S.K.UUS0N Lawrence. April 8. 1S9. , P.M. SIDNEY CLARKE, A. C. SOLET, 6. B- CLABKK, St. Louis. licarenworta. St. Jjouu. - Clarke, Soler flanks, - PROPRIETORS of, and Whol-sn!c and Rtail Dealers in LYON S PATENT COPPER LIGHTNING RODS, tor Missouri and Kansas. Office aud Warehouse at St. Louis and Leaven- orth. The attention of builders and householders ia respectfully called to this Lightning Conductor. It is composed eutireiy oi wrrta, nas sixteen times the e nnduntina Dower of the common iron rud, and will be put up on buildings at the low price of 25 cents per foot. Our wair.mi will shortly visit-yon with these improved aad superior Lightaing Rods, t-- - ltemember tne topper ivoa. CLARKE. SOLEY k CLARKE. April 9th, 1859. - . v Lime! Lime!!, FRESH LIME constantly on band and for sale at WILDERS KUa. Uwrenaa.; Orders may be left at the Store of H. L. k J. Blood.. '-. Mareh 19. 'W tfi : C. KobinNaa HAS FOR SALE, cheap for cash; one new and elesxat Eastern Carriage, adapted to twnhorresorone. - - - ' ' ' Two aew Superior tastern Daggiea.. , One yoke of Oxen, well broke. ' j On Wyandott float" of 840 aaree. " -' 6. W. Brswa, A TTORNrTT AT LAW, Oommitriaur tor all t- Vit Vrtiem asVrfee. Bounty Land aad PEN SION AGENT, and General Agent for the par eha.se and sale of Real Estate, location f Laad Warrants, Ac- - - - -O'iWie in or Fbzioom BeiLBora. aeo a boot, Lawimew. Kansas, .. .. . Merchants and Business Men " ATTEND!'-. TNTENDING to lea'ri for the Mines in Mar, I will lease to a nt pivnaible tenant snr filUKL, i. 45 Uaasarhuseua t eet. Said Htnre ia tna well known here to need description, bat for the benefit of Eastern men, i will state that it is uilt or stone, with brick front, is three stones irh.GO feet lnst and 25 feet wida m thini(t. and has a cellar under the whole, whieh is well adapted to storing Goods. It is situated a few doors Sonth of the magnificent Eidridge Pons, and ia a first rate stand for business. - . xr l. , V- STEARNS. Lawrence, March 19, 9. FARMERS. FARMERS, FARMERS !! FARMERS, FARMERS. FARMERS II FARMERS, FARMERS. FARMERS 1! "LEKD A LISTENING EAR "WHILE SPEAK." 3,000 Iciapeir Of the BEST GARDEN SEEDS EAI8ED, which 1 wrll sell for. CASH at the reri lowest price. ' I can sell yon 20 Boxes, or ne Paper, juntas you like- Price per Box. Four Dollars and Fifty Cents ; by the single Paper, r ive Cu. Don't furset to raise lots of VEGETABLES for the hungry Miners, sn 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 SAUCE, - ' MATCHES. AC, AC. AC. All for sale low for Cash, or most kinds of Pro duce. March 19. '59. . C. STEARNS. City Fire Insurance Co. of Hartford Gaab Capital, 50.000 all paid in. ASSETS, JaSCARY 1ST, 1859. Cash Items, including 26,(35.78 in lank Bank Stock A Bonds, mnrket value - li!G,3t5 00 Loaus on Mortgnses. hank Mocks or other approved securities - 13G,072 10 Balance on Books, Interest due, and OSica Furnituro - - - - - - 6.868 54 Total assets - - - B3W.231 48 Total liabilities for losses nit due - lt,405 11 C li. HOWfcKS, President. C. C. Watte. Secretary. ' General Agency for tyo Western States at Chicago, llhuuis. W. B. i.OUNSnniY General Agent S.H. Prick, Asita:n Wnneral Agent. GEORfiE FOKD, Agent, Lawrence. Feb 26, 'i9 J. P. Itobinaon, BOUNTY SURVEYOR, of Doualas. Rest dence near the head of Washington Creek, Heisalwavn ready to attend to all business Der- taining to his profession. Post office address, at Clinton. April 30, 1E5S. tf. The Subscriber REGS leave to inform the cilitens of Law 1- renceand vicinity that he still continues to occupy his oid stand, 37 and 39 Vermont street, next door north of the Johnson Unuee, and is prepared to ui.muf vturc all kn-ds of WAGONS AND PLOWS in the most workmanlike manner, and on very reasonable terms irom the best kind ot ht A SONLK LIMBER. Al.-o. BLACKSM1TU1NG done to suit ous tomers. Particular attention naid to HORSE SHOE ING. Having secured the services of the best Farrier and Shocr in the country. (Mr. G.4Jeok,) he flatters himself that better satisfaction can be had in this department, than can be given in any other shop in town, and just as cheap. Horses shod bv the year, and warranted. I hare on hand a lot of Wagons for the Pike' Peak emigration. They are well made and of seasoned lumber, and no pains spared to make them what Wugotis for that business ought to be. i'lease call and examine before purcbasin, elsewhere. RALPH O.D1X. N. B. Corn taken for anything 1 have to sell at market prices. K. C- Ul.v LAWRENCE FOUNDRY MACHINE WORKS. " " 5 KIMBALL BROTHERS have now in opera tion tbeir Foundry and Machine W orks, and are prepared to furnish Mill Work of all Kinds, both cast ana wrought, MitA.il r.. GINES. HORSE POWERS. SUGAR MILLS THKKSUING MACHINES, and all kinds of Machinery needed in Kansas. Having long felt the need of Works of this kind ourselves, we havo fitted up our manufactory with a view to the wants of ixausas, and feet eotifident we can give perfect satisfaction to all Wishing Mac time ry. Give us a call before purchasing elsewhere. V articular attention paid to repairs, iniiisg Iron wanted. KIMBALL ituOTHKKS. August SH, '5S. The Electic Collcgo of medicine CINCINNATI, O. THE "WINTER SKSSION or 1M9-60 will 00m mence about the middle of October, ant eontinae 16 weeks. Afull and thorough eonrse of Leetnres wilt be given. Occupying six or seven hours daily, with gicd oppurtumtiesfor Clinical Instruction at the ummercial Mospital, and at tention to practical Anatomy. The arrangement of the chairs will be as fol ows? J.F. JUDGE, M. D., Proftuor 0 Ciar.i.try and Pkarmacy. T. E.St. JOHN, M. I Trofetsor of Anatom y and tkytiology. - ' ' A.J.HOWE.M.D., s i Profeor 0 Hurgtry. . C.H. CLEAYELAN1), M.D Profettor of Materia Jffliat and Therapeutic. WM. SHERWOOD, 11. D., PrvfetMt.ofJtKiioal Pratid Pathology. JOHN KING, SI. DM Profewor of (AUric and DUeae of Women and CAUdm. 3. R. BUCHANAN, M. D., '. ' Emeritus Prowtor of CetWtral Phytiology and nlitult of Medicine. , The Terms for the Session will be the same as heretofore, vis: Marticnlation, Ml; Tuition, tWOO; Demonstrator's Ticket. 5 00. (Every Student is required to eBgage in dissection one session before gra-luaimn. H-i!-piHl Ticket, (5 ou, (optioual.) Graduation, t5 On. The Lecture-Rooms are newly finished, neat, and comfortable, and in a central locality, in College Hall, Walnut Slrcet. Tickets for the session mar be obtained ef the Pea of the Faculty, at his office, Nn.r-1 Eighth Street, or of Prof. '. H.Cienveland. Socretari of the Faculty, No. 139 "ventb Street, r.cae Elm. JOHN tLlSli.il. I) ea. Apr. S. '59. The College Journal of Medical Science A MONTHLY Magazine of 4pige. eondneted hv the Faculty ot the Eleetic College of Medi cine, is published at One Dollar a Year, payable in advance. The volume of the Journal eom meneeswith the year. Communications forsub scrintion. or for specimen numbers, should be ii.M.ril t Dr.C. M.CLftAV r.uiuiv, runnsner, I3 Sevouth Strnt, Cincinnati, 0 Apr. 2, "39. It. J. Jlct'lure. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Real Estate and Land -Agent. Ogdea. K. T. M.r iw. X Hannibal k St. Joseph Railroad. VEW ROITTR OPENED FOK THE EAST An B SUg, Aa.; 1 05 and alter MONDAY. FEBRUARY 9, this Road will be opened for business, through out the entire length. Passenger trains will leave St. Joseph every m-vrni tig, running through in eleven hours, and makir.g sure and close con with Paekota ud and down the Missis sippi iiirer-and ail the Railroad Lines East and South. A Line of Packets will run in connec tion with the Road, above St. Joseph, to the Bluffs, eo the openilg or- aavarattoa. stage Lines connect at St. Joseph from ail parts of Kansas. Nebraska and Western Iowa. Travelers from Nebraska and Western low wui had this the quidbett, eaeitet and tMnpett route to all foints on the Mississippi Hiver ana Last, trroach tickets can be had at the office in St. Joseph, fur nearly ail parts nf ihe country- . . - P. B. Gbo it. Genera. Ticket Agent. F,l,la. J R. E. ALLEN s r-f WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Iain, bet. De iawart and Shawite SU., LEAVENWORTH CITY, KANSAS, Dxttrnt r DRUGS AND MEDICINES,' PAINTS. OILS, VARNISHES, BRUSHES. Ihrr, mdow Glaw, Class W srf, Pcrfumw Soarb. Fiie i'hewinv Tihit,i. Old Hourbon and Re Whi-key, Medical Wines and Brandies, Carophene. Burninr Fluid. lnl and WhaleOU. Stand, Side and Suspension Lamps, GENUINE PATENT MEDICINES NOTIONS, and a full Stock of STATIONER?, Making the Iarxest and rami ir,mnlet amnrt- ment f gnid, ia his line, in tbeTerritory which uv wui miii lo ro))nciiiii9 ana Lieaiers generaiu at the lowest CASH PRICES. r. , . R. E. ALLEN., Leavenworth, Nov. t. 1P5S. tf. i naisniteai Tatrai Camnanr, THR above Company n.iw offer indueementa aaanalleaV bv anv Towa fUimnajiv im ihA Territoey.. . ... The Company have mat completed the largest Hotel in southern- Kaesaa, being three stories high at d eoutaining twenty-four large, commo dious sleeping aud sitting rooms. In addition to the hotel, the Company have built a large Storehouse, which will soon be welt filled with all the commodities needed ia a oonntry like ours. A large number of carpenters are now at rk erortiiia-rt?sid(juAit-ii)itms.fiffir'. An. The Compan offer great jnduceineots Ut mechanics and others, wishing to law. The town, from its central location, being the geographical cen ter oi nournon e-iuntj, must alwas command aa extensive trade and soon become an impor tant town in southern Kansas, as it is surround ed by as GOOD FARMING LANDS as were ever tilled by tbo husbandman. CLAIMS. 4iiood and desirable elaitnseanbe obtained inclose proximity to town and timber. Manmton is splendidly and most be health fully located, being un a high rolling prairie. It has beautiful strentus ot water washing, its northern and southern limits. An excellent STEAM SAW AND GRIST MILL has lately been e roc ted, and is now in successful operation. -il CLIMATE. Maraiiton-iasitBated in latitude S7 5U,apd longitude, 1 4 west from Wash ington. The Tliormometer does not indicate a higher degree of heat than ninety, and never in the winter gets below serol "Farmers and Me chanics Snd no iueonveuience in doing out-door work in the winter season. Cattle, bogs, sheep, etc, do well on the prairie during the eutire year. Then is always a pleusaut breese in the hottest dys of summer, whinb makes the heat less oppressive tnao in many of the northern States. Lots will be sold at exceedingly low figures ta per-oas desirous of building. - - - .. K.-.IOSKS, Presidoct. jtoitAl IO KNOW ice rres't. T. K.Bobekt!, See'y, aug. 14. Land Agency and Land Office. EDWARD HOOGLANP, ATTORNEY AND Counsellor at iaw and United States Com missioner, Teouinseh, K. T. Pre-emptwn business and contested claims at tended to. Monoy Ui loan to pre-emptors; Land arrants hatcd. Claims and lowu Shares aud Lets in all rarte of the Territory, bought and sold, luvastments made forcapitulisUi.and 'A per cent. ati"!ncroril guaranteed. KEH.KBM KL: lli tic John v . tieary, Le eompton. K. T.. lion. John Mchean. V. b. Dis trict AlUiraey, ft. 1. city; iion. w. A. yi. V duifhan. and Thomas N. btinson. tscTecum- seh. K. T. anStf BeiaeBger i'enlou A Ce.t Manufactures. Cwiking. Parlor and Heatiut Stoves, Stove Furniture, Ac. A lart;e assortment of Locks. Iting", Ser.-w, Chains, Camp Kettles vuiiissry, v-arpeiuer v iooib, isjuu.a, au.iis. . ,.. 1, 1 . A l ices, roras, novels, wwm anti vuaiu auu Force Puuips. Axes, Kifies, Scales, Butcher's Tools, Paint Mill. Corn Mills, Hand Bells, Tape Lines. Cast and Mister Steel. Brushes. Ac. and all can be purohssed eueap tor casn. n.xu Law Office. TOHN M. COE. ATTORNEY AT LAW will y practice in all the District Courts and in the Supreme Court of the Territory. He has bad a long experience in pre-emption practice in 1 other Stale, and will givo special attention to all cases in the Land OOices. Jt'ferenf. Any lawyer of standing in Wis consin. 1 he 1 rotessors ot the 1 ale College Lrftw School. ICr X. B. Mr. C. U Not abt Ptblio. June? H Uoota A- Shoeat llata A Capo. T. W. BOYER k CO., WHOLESALE k BE- " tail dealers in BOOTS AND SHOES. HATS AND CAPS Second story Jnrboe's new storehouse. Levee, Kansas City. Mo. Oct. 3. i:. D. Ladd, ROTARY PUBLIC for Douglas County, Regis ter of Deeus for the Cit of Lawrence, and Conveyancer. Will take acknowlcdgomenta, proofs of Deeds and other instrument in writ ing, draw up conveyances, powers of attorney, Ac. Blank Deeds for sale. Office No. 18 Massa. chnsetts street. Iiawrence. Kansas. n32 tf. Hampton A Denman HEAL ESTATE . , . ., A D LAND AGENT, Oct. 83-tf. ISA VE.VWORTII CITY. L. McARTHUIt, A TTORNEV. Lecomnton. K. T. Will nrao -fx. (ice iu tho District Courts, aud attend to contested claims in the lnd Office, Otlice oppo site American Hotel. 141 F. . ItlDKMOtH. BIDEAUllt B. W. BASES. tc HAKE It, And Dealers in PRODUCE. Also, Agents for ; : .tho aula of GUNPOWDER. 48 Massarhusetts Street, Lawrence. Jan. SH, '59-ty Hcnley lluaaell A Co., i'a. W.lmee, , .. Leavexwokth, ----- Kansas. WUOLKSALK DEALERS ia staple and fancy Groceries. Wines, Liqnors, Cigars, Tobacco, Ac, Ao. We are now ii receipt of the HEAVIEST STOCK OK tiHOCElilES WEST OF ST, LOUIS. Purchasing our stock in New York. Baltimore and New Orleans, almost entirety for eash, we are enabled to sell to the country trade at ht. Louis wholesale prices. We are pay it; prompt attention to the for warding 01 all Goods consigned to oar care. Leavenworth, Aug. .'5f. - RasM'tt & Itrackctt, 23 Mattoichuhjtft Street, corner of Winihrop, LAWRENCE, KANSAS. DEALERS I If REAL ESTATE AND ' ' LAIYD WAISRAKTS, attornens at Uatrj anUeJcucral Collcctton ajjtnts. WILL BUY, SELL AND LEASE IM proved and N Ud Lands, City and illace Property, enter Lands on time for actual set tlers, pay taxes, examine and furnish abstracts of titles. General ipformation given concerning every locality in kuo'-as, from actual observation. Will Buy, Sell, and Locale Land Warrants. Will practice Law in the several Courts of this Territory, and prosecute claims against the General tJovernment. - Witt mike collections in any part of Kansas. and remit funds at current rates of exchange. Will make application for Bounty Land War rants and Pensions. ill execute ail kinds of legal Instruments. Will aegotiate loans on Head Estate swurity. Particular attention paid to Conveyancing. Jansa.ss tf PICTURES! irxr. Da Lee' TS ALWAYS prepare! to take HCTCRES -I- of any sle. in ail kinds of weather, ai bis Gallery in Lawrence. Thoeo wishir.g to send a Likeness by letter to their friends, ean obtais one. which will make to extra postage, and war ranted to nleaie. 1'leaJe call and examine sp3- cimecs. Jan. 1, 'S. . C. KI SSELA., ATTOPaXEY . AT : LAW Lawrence, Kaats. - Jnly S9-tf. -S, DR. L. KELL0G3, , DENTIST. JL7 Oaice over Wilmarfh's store, jy. 'S9 1: m cry a sktw, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, LAWRENCE. KANSAS. . Tr? Offiee. No- Maasaehsaette Street. - K.HE.N8LET, JJfO. V. BCaSElX. MAT. BIAS. UE.fSLEV, KDSSELK. 4c CO., r,ORWAKrIN' AMD COMMISSION MER r CHANTS, wholesale dea.era in Groceries, Wines Liquors Gig-are; and Steamboat Agents, No. li Levee, Leavenworth City, JIayU.lbM.-if, - " ,' i FR1ZEB Sc, HUGHES, WATCHMAKERS AXD JEWELERS, EEALEBI IK WATCHES. CLOCKS. JEWELRY. CUT lery, PUted Ware, Fancy Goods, Musical t . v.nkM h.i hunt. Aisoaeniera i yul.T'SKKVOLVEKS. I)..uble Water Proof Percussion Caps, and rk.wie Kaivea. . - V e are selling at groany Wa.trb.ea. Chinks aud Jcwelrj thoroughly aad promptly repaired. ELDRIDGE nuu nr, Right Hand of Entranee, JnnaSS.'SO. Uwreace, K. EDWARD D. THOMPSON, BANKER, , . CIAUUt IM Exchange - and Land Warrants ! TTP Colleet ions nrom ptly made. ' Eastern Drafts in sums to suit. Ofkics, SS Jlaasochusetti SU, Lawrenoe. Mai 88, '5.-6m . ' ' Crrna Tator. ATTORNEY AT LAWand oeauaissioner of attention gi.ento procuring and locating land warrants, pre-empting Claims, eta. uuic ai Osjwatimio. Kansas. Nov. S. l"5o. - (Sea. W. Collasatwres A TTORNY A COI NSELLORAT LAW ani XX (Mineral Land Agent. No. 41 MassMhuaetts Street, Lawrence, Kansas lemtory. iieeati The TeethI The Teetblt DR. S. A. MARSHALL. DENTIST. WOULO M.naetfttlli infnna the eitiiens of Kansas Territory, that he has permanently located in the oity of Leavenworth. ... All operations in his line penonnea wmi atest.neatest.and mostaporoved manner. With &n .KDAriuuia of aixteu oara in a city practice. and a close observation of all the latest improve ments ib the profession, be feels prepared In pledge himself to give entire satisfaction to all TTV Teeth examined, and advice given, free of eh-irge. . . . Olhce oa Delaware street, opposite aiovraca en s. - . - Leavenworth Vilj. Jan. a, vat. W. PETRIK1N. 1. W. WTKIOOP. PETBIKM A WYKKOOPi GENERAL LAND AGENTS, and dkalbbs VT i Land Warrants. Leeompton. Kansas Offi. nnAnnr aitutk of the Executive Office. VI ill attend to all business connected who tne Land Office, entrusted to their care I'me-rMPTORS. Takr Notiob. The necessary Proof Papers. Ac, wiil bo made out Free of Char, foe Fre-emotors who purchase Land v &rri,nts ot us. v e naveueen engagea xorine am year in preparing the necessary rr.i 'npers, Ac, required in Pre-emption eutrtes. l.Asii Warrants of all sises for sale, and nil cases full) guaranteed. Land Warrants also loaned ou Time, at usual rates. mlttf ESTABLISHED 18S6. GREAT 'WESTERN Saddle and Harness Emporium . Lawrence Kansas. J. ii. SA3TD.S HAS the largest FsUblishment West of St. Louis, ivmigranta on thoir way to the mines, will hore hud a oomplete assortment of PIKE'S PEAK Saddles and Harness, fcc., Hade expressly for the MEW ELDORADO TRADE. Farmers aud others will continue to receive their full share of attention, at the " Gkkat Western. Jan. f, sk. E. S. LOWMAN. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. over Woodward k Finley's drugstore, Law rence. K.T. jeJi-iy- Garden Seeds! I.ARGK supply of Shaker Garden Seeds, ust received and fnr sale, at reduced prices. by PRENTISS k GRISWOLD. Lawrence. Mar. 25, 1853. tf CI1URCIIILL k CRAWFORD, BLACKSMITHING, Cor. Winlbrop and Kentuclicy SU, MR. CHURCHILL thanks thepublic for the kind patronage with which they have favored him for tbo lait few years, and invites tueir attention to this card. Ho has taken a partner Mr. E. I). Chawfobu who is a skillful and experienced Blacksmith, inall Its branobes. 'I bey are now prepared to execute all orders in both branches of tbeir busiuoss upon the abort eat notice, and uoon reasonable terms. We shall endeavor tokvep ooustantiy un hand ready made Wagons and Carriages, and all sites of Hubs. Spokes, r elloes. Iron, Ac, lorl uraishing country customers. We invite the public, in goneral, to give us a call, helor purchasing eisownere. GEO. CHURCHILL, April 16. '59. E. D. CRAWFORD. cili:h S. PI ATT, ' . CooTtyancer and Real Estate Agent, Lawrence, Kansas. Office, comer of Mass. aad Winthrop Sts. DEEDS. Bonds, Mortgages, Pre-Emption, Naturalisation and Pension Papers, appli cations for Bounty Land, Ac drawn up with care. Titles examined and abstracts furnished. COLLECTIONS made and promptly remitted in current funds. LAND WARRANTS sold and loaurd on commission. Taxes paid and money invested for non-residents. N. B. Calib S. 1'batt, by virtue of hie office of County Clerk of Douglas County, is au thorised to administer oaths and take acknowl edgments and depositions. Jan. a, 'At. ly I. II. Berkan. NOTARY PUBLIC AND CONVEYANCER, Office at his residence in Bloommgton. hsnsas territory. Kebruari Sth. 15 yr S. K. Unsoo, n. D. HOMOEOPATHIC llijaioiBn and Surgeon, would respectfully inform the public that he is permanently located in Lawrence, and would tender his nrofessioual services to thoae who . i. ;nni;nMt tnfi.r(,riIoTnoioratliv. Othce 11 the Johnson House. No. 31 and M. Vermont Street. ' Cee W. Collamare, N OTARY PUBLIC. No. 41 HassachusetU Street. Lawrence. K. T. Deo. U John T. Harris, Altovncy tv.1 Law, OLATHE. JOIIXbON CO.. K. T. Jan. 22. CT.-I)" RENICK HOUSE, I.eiarenvrortU Cltf, Kaataa. rpHI3 new and elegant Hotel has passed into J- tne nanaa 01 w. m.t 1 1 iv.i, lonneny of Boston snd late of Chicago, and bis old friends, as well aatha public in general, will find it one of the best kept hotels ia the westers eenutry. .... To those who knowhim, it n cot necessary to any anything, and those who do not. eall and tee l : T ..1 - ",Q 1, EM .11 . . WU -w.. J. E. CLARDTi TTORNEY AT LAW. and General Col A lectieg Agent. Jdaryavilie, Marshall county. rA.an.s. July S3. 19. m. ' ' In C. TOL1.E9, n. - aa r , . . - u . , T - W- x't saa Territory. Special attention to Opera tive Surgery. Aug. 13. tl ly. LEJirEL FILLMORE, ' ' Attoniey and Counsellor at Law OFFICE I THE COURT HOUSE, ' Lawreace. , TCP Every kind of Law Business promptly attended to. Connie.' gratis. AT a meeting of the C emnng Towa Co, held in Lawreaee, August ftJ-h, at.aaeaamant of si it) -five dollars tveaeh cnginal interest was made to meet the expense 01 pre-empting the Town site. All persona holding original interest are notified that said essesemenl. muat be paid within aixty day from this Oslo- er their inter est will be forfeited. Brorderot lb. g-J-J Pfaiident. . I). W. Holbbook. Secretary. , Lawrenoe, Aug SO, U. Sat. ' - - - Land Warrants TO LOAN, for Thirty-One Dollars lees than at LeeotapUin. Also. Money to loan on real estate aeesrityr Br H.U. SIMPSON,-Lawreace,Jajiel3,lb.-U Satan J'aMse. , -1 i . BUBLIXGAME, K. T. Lot Council City SkHlenmt MWt. T i fine s whicl Grist 1 ia aow boinc erected. Plamin. HK;.i. ' Lath Machines will soon be ia eseration Bar lingam U one of the live towns of kaiwaa, c,B" ing uroat inducemenla to capiuii.te tolnveM" and business men to settle. Tlia r....,. , business, with the facilities ar.d arpiianees f, building, and making a pleasant bvuie.with r I oiety. in thiannUDtrv. . - ivir I.,.. Ml" I LEK a CANNIFF Burlingarae. May 8. tt7. " Saw.TIillMt SawJIUliI Saw.Jlill, iUHMI.I EKlEHBOSf, PIAS FOUNDERY. corner of Eighth ,,4 Belle Streets. lton. Illinois, sole Vl.-S tnrersof thir celebrate! "Challenge "cast iZl frame CIRCULAR SAW-MII,Ucapa,!e"f .' ing from 10 iees sunaoe measure hard lumber, in IS eours, according to site of 11 in and power applied. rtveara engines, riue ana lunular Hntl. Lard Tank-, Wrought and Sheet Iron Mark" Sash and Sluley Saw-Mills, Flnnrinc Mill i!r ahinery. Lard and Tobacco Sorews,icA IT r" Orders reapecuully solteited. Addrea u above. N . It. a man r or table togines and Boilen for Farming and bop purposes. w Machinery for Kansas and Mi liveredon Levee in St. Louis free of ehana. juu. u Irlonejred men TXTILLlake notice that the subscriber propo- . bcb vu wu uawii iu vmu UI luliowitia erooerti r snares in Wyandotte, Osawatrinie, Knipnria, Tecmnseh, Blue City, Georgetown, Rochester, Ottumwa, ynindaro, " " Delaware, Doniphui, " - Minnenla, " Belmont. " " Marmaton, " Kewanee. Aniericus, Ac. It. .1 1 .....k.. . l.t . : 1 ' eral of which are first class business .K-!i,.n." 1 will sell on time to those who with to import lots in this town. Misii inrur u.uimi ui luin 111 i.Hwri-tti.,. Mayo. . u. PRENTISS. a. slatbb. xasoh jonssov. SLATER & JOHNSON, STEAMBOAT AGENTS, Forwarders and Commission Merchants, NO. 30 LEVEE, ST. LOUIS, MO. Prompt and persona attention paid to bmineji. apt 17 I.kbiA Warraala, OF ALL SIZES, lor sale at one dollar per acre. Land entered cm time, at ri-.luoej rates. lroof Papers preptired. for eu-t, men. free of charge. R. a. rARMIAM. .ailU AKC1U. First Door North of V. S. Laud OQioe, Le eompton, K.T. J illy 31. leSB tf JAMBS CHK1STIAS. J AS. UNI C11HI8TIAN A sVASF., ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Offlco. D-.mrsa Building, Lawrence. Kansas lerrit -n. They are Commissioners fur all the t-.ti-ro State. They will attend toeollectiors in linn sn, Nebraska. Western Missouri and l-om Mr. Christian baring had Inrg" expeiiencs in the business, will attend to niakirg invest, merits in Town pr-pext and Lands- lie will r eeive for loan or sale, land warrauts at a fair percentage, , The Kansas struggles being over, Mr- lanenill devote himself erelueitrlf to the practice, atul trusts by etriot attention U business, to receiva a portion of the business of the people of Kan sas. January 29th. 1SS8. muyi"th B. B1MBON8. F. 0. LI AlBi ATI1. Kansas Koalarrants. SIMMONS A LEADBEATER. Forwanlim aud Commission llerchants - aud Kuna VreL.ht Avnnta. No. 22 South Main St.. St. Liuu. Mn. full information given to all as to ruula points, Ac, free of Charge. Keter to r. v. romeroy, j. iwouiinq, a. n. Reader, (i. W. Brown. Dr. C. Cutler, K. t'uatti National Kansas Committee. and our i'ricudMba tree State men of Kansas. Mark packages Care of Simmons A Lemlbes.'.- er, St. Louis, Mo. .... . . General ticket agents lor aiissoun ntt steamboats. '-15. Land Notice. . 'PHE undersigned has been appointed in sc A cordanee with theprovisioiisofalawpu.-H by the Territirial Legislature, Recorder forttis Pawnee Land District- All instruments of aim ever kind, affecting, the title of any real estate in tUlS AAllU AMSiriO may o revorueu 111 u" nfTine. ami bo eaually a linn on the re:il ffrt&l duscribed therein as if filed in the couu; in which such real estate is eituatea G. A. KEMUS. Lawrence. K. T.. Feb. 2uth 1. eiiAHLE" n. BHANsconm:, Attorney at Law, PARTICULAR attention given to Land canej. Lawrence, K. T.. April IV, IHSti. F. Wcndt, FORWARDING and Commission Mcrchact and dealer in Foreign and Domestic Liquor., NO.M. LEVEE, ALTON. ILL. W arehou,. im mediately on Keokuk and Quincy Packets' Lans ing Sf-ll IS.-.S A. n. Miller, lsj WHOLESALE GROCER, Forwardint awl Commission Merchant. AUo. gt-ti'-ni Steamboat Agent and Collector. New fire 1 ,-pri htniding. No. US), Leveo, Leavenworth lit) K.T. ret) i Cetfiael Cefflnsl! COFFINS, ready made, all sites and tbs cnnArrst in Lawrence, trimmed te erler Second dooraonth of Collamore Building. Lawrence. Aug. P. J. V AU.U.R. Lorenzo Westover, PROBATE AND COUNTY JUDGE. Ki; County, K. T., Attorney. Counsellor ai.d Solicitor in Supreme and U.S. Courts, ami n eral Land Agent, Manhattan, K.. T. August l KOI. Oldham k Faxon's iTIcnt itlarkvl. No. 31 MassacJtutett Sti-vl. WHOLESALE and Retail Dealers in Hi! .-II ItKEF, I'OKh.. iil l'HtN.LAUU. Al -SAGES, WILD AND TAME GAI1I1, iAt tl SALT PORK. PORbl AND 1IA MS. c. Farmers and others take notico that wo wt the highest price for lllbKS. PoLl.lliV Ah PKOlA'CE. and that ia eaalk iniud that ! Jan tf. JOUH A. D ALDERMAN. Wat. BTANl-Kr. Halderman c Mtanler, ATTORNETrJ AT LAW. Leavenworth fiti h. T. Will practice in the Supcrii'rand In ferior Courts of the Territory. Collections n:eis aad promptly remitted. Jan '-D-l V. B. Clements, A TTORNEY AT LAW. will attend Uall luo; -' re., entrusted Ut his care: also, wiii at:r:. to the purciuuv and sale of land and laticl -i'--u- the location of land warrants, Ac. Tecumaeh. Sbawnee Co.. K. T.. Nov. Claims Far Hale. T HAVE SEVERAL GOOD CLAIMS N -I hand for sale in which there are grent brsn.' as the owuers are goiug to leave theTcrrit' n Ut-lgUrit. Enquire of JAMESCitRISTlAN. Att'i a:la Oet.t. tf ' J. K. Goodrn, ATTORNEY AT LAW AND REAL ESTATE AULN T, will execuu Deeds, Morigtutes. bur and sell land and town lots, Inveit bio.h.. kansas property.for others with care and prutit ""iLawrenee, Kansas, Nov. 8. ireg. !f Itl'Crackea, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Grocer ard Iron Dealer, Receiving, lorwarditif ai l Commission Merchant, Levee. Soul d Cher-ket street, Leavenworth City. K. T. Nov. 0. . IOUDAT. TWOS. Q. TBOETO. Uolidar Thornton, LAWTEBd AND LAKD AGENTS, Topeas K.T. Febraan Jl. 1'- L'phelaterr. WM. A. KHROYER takes this method M ' forming his friends and the public g-n -ri-ly that ke ha opened an UPHOLSTERING I -' TAiiLISHMKNT OB Winthrop street. Lau rence, immediately west of the Morrow !!""' where he would be happy to see all prr-oii" 'J' quest of any thing in his line. Compost, m .- BA.HHBa. BoLHTKR. PlLLOWB. SUBBTS, AC, SS hand. Spring Matrasses made to order. Give me a call before purchasing elsewhere. Feb.V Frnit Trees! Frnit Trees ! ! VKTZ HAVE grafted Apple trees iU1 fe'l ta I. VV Peaah. Pear, and Cherry Woes. A.'- Currant and Gooseberry bushes. Pic i .aii Grape Vines. Raspberry and Law ton Bluku.r ry bushes. Quinces. e., for sale at our uo'; at Judge Wakefield's, between UwreLe Lecomvtoa. Give u. .call. .OAwjJf Febrnary 5th. WM.' . BOa'T B. wrrcHEtL. bteov r. ai srs willchell Afrea, A TT0RSEY9 AT LAW. Paris. U sn ('. r V . Will Prantiea in the Inurts LinB, Boarboa, Asdevson and Ukia , Coonti--- General attention given mvuuw'jmoi uv Oct. AG. For Male. A YOKE OF GOOD FIV5. YEAR OLD ua KN. well broke and in iwm! euoditioa : ai a first rate two-horse Lumber Wagon. cnquirroi ucuKu-ivafi No. 4 MaesaebusetU at.. Lawrence. March l.'5i u'. - H. 9T. Rlxawson, NOTARY PCBLIC.Omee No.T. Massaebusstts street, lwranea. Olfiea hoars t A. M. to P.M. Dee.lU IE Mills at thU paiat have Vat inseee. ful operatioB for U last sii su,lha ska TT ind other maehinen it the irat clan. 7. l more is now beinc added. W. h..'.7 kl ill. and a bolt for makiaa TE