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Edgu of Labor. Labor, labor, ceaseless labor! ltttho wheels of labor mil , , Onward, onward, never eeaaing there no Sab bath for the sonL . . , , In on round, onbrokeaoyela. let (ho iron pin- Never let tbe one-star banner o'er she aoni of labor run. . . On tbe rack, bow chained and fettered, let it Mwiali nil krniL anil arind. Till the brain growl weak and witlers.and the bloodchot eyes grow blind. And Ibe brows forever sweating, till tbe weary wretch is who. .... , What earn we for rest or respite? Man is a. for Til tbe reign of Sovereign Labor giant-like bit iron rule.' . .. . . Let onr ehildren--boys and maiden enter hu i . mli. Let tbe merry-hearted brothers, and their lister. fresh as dew Toil inf. sweating, grinding, fretting not in the swelterinc stew Let their sonny days be darkened; winter reigns thrnnahnnt the vear. And the leaves and flowers of summer to the dost fall, erisp and snar. Is it not the reign of LaborT Let the; hammer ne'er be still. Nor the smoke from oat tbe furnace, nor the roar within tbe mill. Stay, thou greedy, grasping barpy, let tby better nature speak - Is no guilt upon tby conscience, and no shame upon Ihy cheek? Know that Clod ha made thy brother with a son! mora nrieelaaa than The freighted wealth of all the nations, of the world's great caravan: And tbe rale tbou hast plotted, and theevil thou bast spread. Boon will fall, with all its fury, on thy heart and aching head. And theehain which thou art forging quickly thon art doomed to feel. And the injured rights of justice will but edge nis nery steel. Fhiladelphia.JulyU,lK!l, J.C LAWRENCE. K. T. Saturday Morning, Oct. 1, 1859. The Letter-Writer on Lawrence. Baltimore bag earned such an unen viable notoriety for her rowdyism, that business men shun it u a center of trade. and her wholesale merchants complain grievously of tbe change. Lawrence has been in the way of earning a reputation which will neither add wealth or honor. Its tendency must be to divert all law abiding emigrants to other parti of Kan aas, if not to other Territories. To say nothing of tbe violation of law in the cases of Whitley and Huzzy, who were driven from Lawrence by abolitionists, the recent proceedings of the Vigilance Com mittee cast a dark shade over the moral tone of the community. A Lawrence correspondent of tbe Cincinnati Gazette, under date of June 3d, states: "A few days since, the body of a man was found floating in the river about ten miles below this city. It was taken out and identified as the corpse of one Murray, From his neck a new rope hung, furnish ing unmistakable evidence that the said Hurray had been hanged until dead, and his body thrown into the waters of the Kaw. . He has been suspected for a long time of being connected with a gang of norse thieves. He came into town few days since, and suddenly disappear ed. It is suspected that during the night he was taken into the timber by a gang of men and murdered. The affair passed on without exciting any attention or com- merit." He was suspected, arrested, hung till he ' confessed, and implicated others, and the result is told by letter-writers. The writer adds that others implicated, "have since mysteriously disappeared some say that - tbey Keve bean muvdaro, wbilo others assert with considerable assurance, 'Oh! they have only been hung up a little, and sent out of Kansas' whether by river or not, is not yet known." And that " 'Hang him up without judge or jury' is frequent ly heard in our streets, which is generally applauded, and rarely if ever protested against." "Jacques," who ' writes for the N. Y, ' Times, states the same cose, with as much sang Joid as though hanging men was midnight pastime in Kansas. Instead of pleading this lawlessness as an excuse for a State government, it would be far better to enforce whatever of statutory law there . is, and protect the legal rights of every - man, though he be the vilest crimical that ever went unwhipt of justice. Nothing is more notoriously unsafe than mob law, nor mora unreliable than the mob-spirit. The very men who to-day may extort by the halter a confession of guilt, and hang the victim till dead, may to-morrow visit - vengeance on moral men who attempt to stem the tide of the liquor-traffic It is the rod of terror, in many localities, which is held over the heads tf men who wish to enforce the laws for the regulation or : suppression of liquor-selling. Criminal jurisprudence presupposes the innocence of the accused until proven guilty, and even requires a doubt as to tbe guilt of tbe prisoner to be construed in his favor. Lynch law metes out its judg ment, on suspicion, ex-parte testimony, forced confession. It has nothing to com mend it, while the reasons for its disap proval are many and valid. The pleas set up that the laws cannot be enforced, that lynch law is as necessary here as in California, when gamblers and thieves ruled San Francisco, are inappli cable, The laws can be enforced here as wall as elsewhere if the people are de termined to enforce them. Government here has not relapsed into the hands of desperadoes similar to those who cursed California, hence the precedent sought to be borrowed from the shores of the Pacific does not apply. If Kansas is' to retain a fame for any thing noble and just, her citisens should ' disown lynch law, be law-abiding, and prove by their acts that the problem of Territorial self-government without the intervention of Congress, has been Satis factorily solved in this Territory. " CT The last Legislature of Michigan .' 'passed an act empowering any number of citisens, not less tnan ten nor more man ' one hundred, to organize themselves into T . u... . - . r . a noay corporate ior inn purpose oi ap prehending horse thieves and other fel- ; on," and investing eacn member ot eucn body, when engaged in making in arrest, "With the powers of a constable, 63r Dr. BushneU, in his new book, gays : "Satan, or the Devil, taken in tbe : singular, is not the name Of any particular person, but the name taken up by the im ' agination to designate or embody, in a conception the mind can most easily yield, the all or total of bad minds and powers." .. . Indlaa Money. . . " 'About $300,000 per week is now being .."brought from Washington to be distiibut d to the various tribes to the west of us. The amount to be paid out is near 00O,QOO.Kantat Ctt! Jtrtul tf Cam. iTOiiin eacsj lATtrnwaT MOrrw, IT O. W. BROWN A CO., Offlae Braid of freedom Udtng, Umorme TEEMS 0? SUBSCRIPTION i . eopy, one rear. - - - - 10 copies, one year. - - - - , " - - - ' tm nil mmm in adoanee. AU papers discontinued at the expiration of the time for which payment is received. TERMS OF ADVERTISING! Pirst insertion, per line. - - - ' Fid. ubareaueDt insesrlion. per tin. Three Uontbs, per line, - 50 " 75 " sixMontlu. - - - Uoei ear. " ... tl 00 TOAdrance payment will be required lor Advertisements from a distance. Moneys, properly registered with postmast ers, may be forwarded by mail at onr risk. Bi3beHi3ehei(i3. JOHNSON HOUSE, Lawrence, Kanaas.. DUDLEY k MORSE, PaorEirroas. THIS Home hasreeentlrundergnnes thorough chanre. It has been refurnished, cleansed and repaired. The table is spread witb every luxury of the season fresh from the country. 1 be proprietors nope to give entire satisiae tion to their patrons both as to fare and terms. Vl? Uood Feed Stable eonneeted witb tbe Mouse at reaucea rates. Aug. 13, '59. tr. RENICK HOUSE, Leavenworth City, Kansas. THIS new and elegant Hotel has passed into the hands of Col. O. M. VINTON, formerly of Boston and late of Chicago, and bis old friends, as well as tbe public in general, will 6nd it one of the. best kept hotels in the western ennntrv. To those who know him, it is not necessary to say anything, and those who do not, eaii ana tee mm. July sj, BRATTOM HOUSE, TS SITUATED IN BCRLINGAME, SHAW A nmm Annntv. K. T. Travelers ean find food accommodations here,on reasonable terms. Bur- linmnA is thirfcv-eiffht miles south-west of Law mivil mi tha Kanta Fa road, and within thirty miles of Emporia. Uood prairie claims ean be located near this point. . U&UilUE. CHAllU.l, March 28, IBM. Froprietor; A7IF.KICAJI HOTEL, 13. C. BROOKE, - - rroprietor, Cqr.of Sd and Haldeman St.. Leeompton TTAVING refitted and completely renovated 11 the above Hotel.it is now one of the most desirable stopping-places in Leeompton. There is commodious stabling and a plentiful supply oi nay aua frraia tiuoueu vo uhb uuwi. sl AUtH leave this nouseaauy ior an pi of the Territory. Aug. 28. Kansas Land fc Collecting; Agency RS. STEVENS, General Land A lent and Attorney at Law, Leeompton, will devote particular attention to business before tbe Land Office, both in the Territory and in Washington, to theseeuring of Patents, entry of lands, locat ing of Land Warrants, Ao. Money to loan; and Land Warrants felly guarantied, always on hand and for sale, for cash or on time, at the lowest rates. All business inquiries, per mail, answered frkr or charok. OSee, one door south of the U. S. Land Office, Julys. '59. tf. For Sale. rpHE COMMERCIAL HOUSE opposite Post -a. umce, subject to tbe loae of tbe Hotel Aares. commercial House. Jan. a. tf t CORN SHELLEBS. IN great variety, at tbe Mammoth Hard wars and Stove Store of LXULE BAKKIK. Dec. 19. S7. Dr. 8. B. PRENTISS, 'TTT'ILL resnme the Practice of Medicine and T Surgery, in Lawrence and vioinity. Office at tbe Drug Store of Prentiss k Gris worn. April 9. law. tf Notice. 1TAKE the following method to supply tbe wants of those who wish to have their lands surveeyd. I will be in. Shawnee on 15th to 18th of each au"UU, .TIUUIIUCUU, .''111 BUM J ... 1 1 , 1AJHUEIUU, SOthtoSSth; McCamisb,96tb and 27th, Gardner, fltx and 39th; Spring Hill, 30th to 1st; Anbry, Id and 3d; Oxford. 4th and 5th; Olathe, 6 to 9th, and back to Lexington, 10th to 15th. All who wish to have their lands surveyed ean address me through the Postoffice at either of the towns. stating tne i"io. ot section, iownsmpand Kanga A. oLAL urliCiK, Uounty Surveyor Johnson CoM Kansas, Deo . 6th, "59. tf . Create Care in the World for Fain DR. SMITH, OF Philadelphia, whose Electric Oil made such astonishing cures in New York, Boston, Philadelphia, 8b Louis, and the past month in St. Joseph, (where Mr.Kubideaux, the father of that town, Mr. Northcutt. and hundred others, hare been cured) has arrivad at lawntni. uiH will apply the Oil to any FAINFfL case. FRKR of enarge, either at tbe Drug atom or Hotel, to aemonstrate its curative power seeing is be' ueving pumng is no nse. From an eminent Physician. 1U3 Chesnuttttreet. Philadelphia, I have practioed medicine since lei; my wife hu been a great sufieror at intervals for thirty years; my son, merohant,Xo. ltd Chesnut street, sent me a bottle of Dr. Smith's Electric Oil. and aftor the third or fourth application, not a ves tige oi aiaease remained. JOSEPH P. ELKINGTOX, M. D. From Hon. J. W. Harcourt Alhanv. Danemher 7. 1858. Dr. Smith, Philadelphia Dear Sir .Your Eleetrie Oil eared my son, who was two years anoer me eare or an eminent physician, and given up a crippia ior me. J. W. HARCOURT, "People's Line" Office. From the Greatest New York House. Si,5io MOKE, New York .Ton Iat. 1KM Dr. Smith Dear Sir: Send S5 gross small, 10 gross nan, and ix grom dollar sise bleotne Uil. Very respectfully yours, 11AKXES k PARK, Broadway. From the largest Drug Store in the West. St. Lonis. Anrtl 3. Dr. Smith r-Fleaso ship ns SOdosen small site. wooten medium sise,iudosen large sise tlec trio Oil, and draw on ns for the amount. Yours truly, . tllAKLLSS, ULOW VO. fFrom a well known ffentleman.1 Dr. Smith's Kleotrio Oil eured my Paralysis, lam over seven ty-nve years old. M. AJiTONEDITJs. "o. Ill Prospect street, Brooklyn ' Thirty years in Sew York. Dr. Smith s kleotrie Oil gave ine entire satis- laotlon in oneday. J.S. rULl A 1A1. - India Store, No. 653 Broadway, N. Y. Dr. Smith's Electric Oil oured my deafness in tnreeaays. Mrs. TUUHl'bO.N, ' Pine Plain. New York Dr. Smith's Eleetrie Oil cured my Rheumatism in one day. mad te walk on eruches.' HON. E. KILLINGS WORTH, . No. ist. South 5th street, Philadelphia. KT Large bottle are ten time tbe cheapest. . I From the largest Drug House in Rostoa.l We have sold a large quantity of Dr. Smith' Eleetrie Oil. and it i spoken of only with au- aualified praise. Good reports from even bot . WEEKS POTTER. Vi holesale Drugxists. - rTo. 154 Washington It-.lloetoo SS.OOOsold in St. Joseph in GO days. For sal wholeaale aad retail by . . , . . PRENTISS k GRISWOLD, . ' . .''. Eldridge House, Lawrence. And by Druggist throughout the country gen erally. . - - .... Joly S, '59. 6m. MILLINERY AND DRESSMAKING! t K. 30 raaasacaaaetta St., tftf MRS. WHITNEY beg leave to inform ine mDaDitautsoi Lawrence and vicinity that she has iust reeeivafl an 1tnt assortment of Millinerr Goods, and hainr in communication with one of the m'st fashion able and experienced milliner at theEast, will be constantly reeeivine adiliiinn. t.. kA. t w of goods, together with the lateststyles, in BOIfNETS. BATS AND DRESSES! A competent band will attand tn and trimmin of boetnets. ami frnm h.T rieooa and auoeesa, w thinks her work will compare favorably with any of the Hvm York or Pan Honnets. . Blesehing nd repairing done at bort notice; wreww uiwu ana uaae wiin neatness and dis patch. Also, all kinds ofSne and nlain Hwln which ean ba nerfnrmed an tnMhiM. will K. done to order. - - ... All order far either Bonnet or Drcaaaa will ba promptly atl Dried to. . cuKrreno flowers, Faney aad Plain Ruachii ing. .. , ciin reuat itraiu, Engjisb Straw. Willow, Chip. Crape. - ' Silk aad Lae Bonnet. , Riding Hats on hand aad nade to order. J ast receiving, and now on hand. ' CHILDREN AND MISSES FLATS. And aa assortment of . Gloves, Mita, Hosiery. Capes. Paroda'f. Mourn ing Bonnets aad Veils, Sewing Silk. Chineal for UI.U .nWHillluw UHUHCUIWi SlUBIlB ViOl- lar. Bonnet Ribbons, narrow Ribbon for trim dresses-ianea IiandKerebiers, Muslin dol ming, slack and whit moods of different quali ties ud width. Illusion. . A liberal discount made to Counrrv Millinara or thosewuliing to buy to sell again. ' i bom in want or at misery uood are respect fully invited local! and exnmimonr itmk aafnr pereharing etmwbera. , i.awreoee, Junes. 'Av " ' J. S3. HASKELL, :. . PRACTICAL ARCHITECT AND SUPERT5 TENDKNT, No. 38 rliarsrhoaetu St-, Law MALTBAVERS SOLOMON," Miller's New Brick BnUdiog, OrTOSTTB THE POST OFFICE, HAS ON EXHIBITION TEE LARGEST assortment of STAPLE AND FANCY :'. .'i 'J .--. 1 1 Ji I ' , i . K'i . clothhtg, Gents' Furnishing Goods, BOOTS and SHOES, HITS and CAPS, UAHDWaRV" GROCERIES AD PROVISIONS, Ever opened West of St. Louis. Also A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF daeensware & Glassware. TVTALTRAVERS SOLOMON has 50 Bbl.of 11 Prime N. O. SUGAR, which will be sold to the country trade very cheap. TVTALTRAVERS SOLOMON has JS Bbl. of J-'a CKUSIlbD SLUAK. which wiU be sold cheap for cash, TVTALTRAVERS SOLOMON has SS Bbl. of ava KiiLt fcril.fcLI SLUAK. which i to be sold (heap for cash. TVTALTRAVERS SOLOMON baa 50 Bags of ". K1U cut k r, k. wbicb be will disnosa of at very low ngures. TVTALTRAVERS SOLOMON bas 25 Bags of Ma uoveroment JAVA ;url Lb, which wm do Sflia low, in lots to snit purchaser. TVTALTRAVERS SOLOMON hasSOO Saeksof -l'j- SAtit, which he oner at extremely low prices. ... TVTALTRAVERS SOLOMON has 300 Sacks of r tivuit, ior sale very cbenp for cash, TIT ALTRAVERS SOLOMON has SS Bbls. of duoa inAt&ano, ss bdis. oi riu 1 I KK vnAyn.E,n.x3iSbis.ot BOSTON UHACKKRS, uo win dispose oi tuem at low ngures. TVTALTRAVERS SOLOMON has 10 CHESTS OF YOUNG HYSON TEA, 10 " IMPERIAL TEA. 10 " GUNPOWDER TEA. 10 GOOD BLACK TEA. MAaWJfvS. ?0L0M0N ha. 50 Boxe. of STAR CANDLES. TVTALTRAVE.RS SOLOMON has 15 dosen utnsoi uisiliKS. MAUKAVERS SOLOMON has a lanre a. ortment of preserved and ean FRUITS. PEACHES, PEARS. STRAWBERRIES. PINE APPLES. GOOSEBERRIES, RASPBERRIES, BLACKBERRD2S, QUINCES, Cheap very cheap for cash. TVTALTRAVERS SOLOMON ba 10 Cases of 11 CLARET and MADERIK WINE. 10Ba kets of HEIDSICK'S CHAMl'AGNl!, which " " w pieaee lovers ui good wine. . PIKE'S PEAK OUTFITS. TVTALTRAVERS SOLOMON ba 50 Dodge's Patent Tents Which ean easily be pitched by one man in five uiiuuias. x ney will D sold very low. y JALTRAVERS SOLOMON has 25 Doz. Dimmon's Cast Steel Picks. For mining. jyA LTRAVERS SOLOMON has 95 Boxes of Glasgow Tobacco. M ALTRAVERS SOLOMON has the largest stock of Boots and Shoes Ever offered for sale in Kansas. A LARGE ASSORTMENT of 1 . i --'::- Mining Spades and Shovels Also, GARDEN RAKES. HOES. FORKS. GRAFT SCYTHES, GRAIN SCYTHES and CRADLES, for sate by - 31. SOLOMON. r Dos. 5 Gall. BAILED KEGS. 5 Dos. i Gall v flailed skews, 8 Dos. 1 Gill, Bailed kegs. uapieu specially ior inose (rousing tne 1'lsins, iur eais uy .u. nuijOJIOJ. QXK OF THE LARGEST STOCKS OF Summer Hats Ever opened in Lawrence, consisting of PANAMAS. STRAWS. BRAIDS, . LEGHORNS, WOOL. and SILK. WUlbssoldlowby ' ' M. SOtOMOX A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF LADIES' Biding Hat. at. ; i HALTRAYKRS SOLOMON'S. A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF INFANTS' Children's and Misses' Hats, at M. SOLOMON'S. Jaat RaceiTed, A FEW FINE PARIS BONNETS. ALSO Braided Lenneta straw and chip, at M. SOLOMON'S. CL0TH1HG1 CLOTHIHGfl New Spring Clothing;, "yVylLL be sold at Eastern prioce, consisting of Genu BUSINESS COATS. PANTS. VESTS, heavy OVERCOATS, teavj all wool BLANK ETS, Genu' en LINEN SHIRTS. MINERS' OVERSHIRTS, UNDERSHIRTS, MINERS' RUBBER BLANKETS, DRAWERS, and FURNISHING GOODS generally, at nr i "3 -J,,;! V JtSOLOMOI, T OOKING GLASSES of all srw: s fcw fin igot a ay aaa uunr nour vineas, at V Doors and Sash..;.5,' Doors, . - Si r 1 100 Bash. - . - IOiK 58 " ... Si8 5i8 IU0 . ... , axe SS " - - Sll0x100 ." . . - Wxl4 Foraal by ....... .., " ' v , M. SOLOMON, - - ailrlJXawKa,LaUPa40aUw SABIJATII SCHOOL. BOORS! A LARGE IXTOICE er th publication of tbe AMERICAN SABf 1ATH SCHOOL CNIO.N, this day received, an 0ng which are the Select, JnTeiuIe, Home & Cabinet QUESTION BOOK - ' ' - HYMX BOOKS. ; ; TESTAMENTS, GEOGRAPHIES, DICTIONARIES, ALPHABET CARDS. SPELUNG BOOKS. READING BOOKS, And a large supply of the MISCELLANEOUS PUBLICATIONS OF THE SOCIETY. TICKETS, BEWAUD BOOKS, Ac. Kecord, Boll, Class, and Minute Large and Small maps, As issued by the Society. SABBATH SCHOOLS in the Territory ean now be supplied at Philadelphia prices, adding 5 per eent. for expense of transportation. This arrangement affords faoilitie 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 Quarto Dictionary. A GOOD SUPPLY of this great national and popular work just received from the pub- iisners, ana win oe sola low for cash, at WILMABTH'S. SCHOOL BOOKS, Of all descriptions used in the Territory, for sale at , WILMABTH'S MAGAZINES AND PAPERS. A LL the popular Magazines and Papers, from Boston, New York, Philadelphia, Cincin nati, Chicago and Su Louis Papers, for sale at uie counter, and supplied to order, by O. WILMARTH, BLLAJSTK BOOKS, STATIONERY, PASS BOOKS. MEMORANDUM BOOKS, Diaries, Pens, Inks, Pencil, Rakber, And all the various articles called for in auoh a store, can be furnished by WILMARTH. Lawrence, April 16, '59. FEVER AND AGUE ! TPOREMOST among the various remedies for .uib uiaease bisdus OR. SWAI.T.FNBRHOEH'S ANTIDOTE A few doses will cure any ordinary ease, and ONE DOSE invariably stops the chills. It contains nothing in tne leastdegree hurtful toTHE SYS TEM UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES, and neverproducestlieunpleasaateffeota that attend the use of quinine and other agents in general use.- It cures every form of the disease, and is tne original and ' ONLY ANTIDOTE FOR MALARIA, Ask for Dr. Shallenberger'a Fever and Ague Auviuoto, anu oe sure you get nid.s. Read the following testimony : Geo. W. Goodrich, Esq., Attorney and Gen eral Land Agent, now of Uranby, Newton county Mo., but at that time a resident of Neosho Val ley. K.T.. writes as follows: 1 am more than ever of the opinion that no other one medicinesooompletely meets the wants of our people as your pill. Last fall, in this region, but one person in my knowledge escaped the Alfue. Many had it all thmnvh l.h. wintA,. and continued to have it this mrinf. I mm eight bottles, all for the treatment of these almost chronic cases, and, it has given in every case the most perfect satisfaction; and I believe the first dose has in every instance stopped the disease, Of these eight cases, permit me to give yon the facts with regard to two of them: The first was that of a girl of fifteen years, who had the Ague mum an la.ttaii uaa remitteniieverandduml ague nearly all winter; and to this was super sdded monthly irregularity. Knowing tbis, j hardly ventured to recommend the pills as wou'd in ordinary cases, but to my great aton ishmunt and gratification, the first dose stopped the fever, (remittent) and I supposed the other difficulty bas also been removed, as the rose on her before faded checks seem to indicate fine health, which otheiwise would hardly be the case. The othercase is that of a young mac living in u douic 1 1 1 j . 110 u.u vuc fever auu Ague badly, all last fail and wintar an ha infnrms mm thefirstdoseof the pills stopped it, and he ha not lostan hour from his work since he began to take it. He hasbeensplittingrails.haulingthemout. auu ounuing lence erer smce.ana mages a nrsi rate hand at this laborious business. lie now say t hat ten dollars would be a small prioe for iue iwneui ne nas received April 6th, lfiS. GEO. W. GOODRICH. Wehtpobt. Ifn Jaa 9llth ' We consider the prospect for the sale of yoar medicine bere very nauevmg, and we shall doubtless, be able to disooxe of much larm quantity the coming season. We have notheard of a single ease of failure. In fact, it has nearly thrown out of market every other preparation iur tne ears 01 r ever arm Ague. i j ' i h t HOGGS SCOTT. ' V holesale Druggists. Sold, Wholesaleand Retail, by PRENTISS k GRISWOLD, Lawrence. Kan. Ter.; HENRY ISLAKSLE Y. St. Lonis, Mo-; and by Druggist ana dealers everywnere. Bole rroprietors, A. T. SHALLENBERutR k CO. Bochester, Pa. Lawreace Peat Office. ' ' THE MAILS Close and Arrive at this Office at toe louowing noun : . . . closb. aaaivi. Eastern MaU.. P. M. Eastern Mail. S P. M Western S P. M. Western " 5 A.M Northern" 8 P. M. Northern " S P.M. o nt&uTuTbje A. M. no n(uin rti) Sumar,(Sun.)S . Sumner, (Tu.) S ' Emporia, (Th.) " Emporia. (Tu.) S " Uumboldt,(Su)S HumboldUTb)S PaoU, (Toes.) 6 Ji. M. Paola, (Wed.) S.K.HCS0N. P.l Lawrence. April 8, 1859. SIDKKT CLAKXE, A. C. SOLET, Leavenworth. o. a. g Langs, St. IjOUl. st. iiouia. ' 'Clarke 8ley Clark, TDROPRIETORS of. and Wholesale and Retail A Dealers in LYON'S PATENT COPPER LiiiiUl -M.u Kiiua. lor AJiasoun and Kansas. Oftice and Warehouse at bu Louis and Leaven- worth. The attention of builders and beascholders i re.pectfally called to this Lightning Conductor. It is composed entirely of COPPER, ha sixteen time th conducting power e4 tbe common iron rod, and will be put np oa building at tbe low price of 25 cents per foot. Onr wagons will shortly visit yon witb these improved and fa peri or Lightning Uods. Remember the Copper Rod. CLARKE, SOLET k CLARKE, April 9th, ISM. " "Lime! Lime!! TT'RESH LIVE constantly on hand aad for sals P at WILDEttVS Kiln. Lawreneei ' Orders may be left at the Store of H. L. k I. Bleed. March 19. '50 tf. . - C. Raali HAS FOR SALE, cheap for oask, ana m and elegant Eastern Carriage, adapted ta twohorseaerM - Two new Superior Eastern Buggies. On yoke of Oxen, well broke. Oa WyandoM "fioat" of 640 aarss. G. W. Bi A TTORNET AT LAW. ar far ml aad PEN- aiun Aus.n i.and uenerai Aaent rortnenwr- errawandaalesf Ral Estate, location of Land n arrant, te. ' OSst in UaaALB or Tmn-anii Brrrunss. aaa. ad Aoaf , Lawraaaa, K als. ... . . Men ATTEND! TNTENDING to leave for the Mine in Mar. I X will lease to a responsible tenant my STORE, No. SS Massaehusetta street. Said Store i too Well known here to need description, but for the benefit of r. astern men, 1 will state that it is built of stone, with brick front, is three stories high, 60 feet leng and 25 feet wide on the inside, ana ba a eellar under tha whole- whuth ta well adapted to storing Goods. It is situated a few doors South of the magnificent Eldridge House, and is a first rate stand for business. . C. STEARNS. Lawrence, March IS, 9. FARMERS. FARMERS, FARMERS I! FARMERS. FARMERS, FARMERS 1! FARMERS, FARMERS, FARMERS II "LEND A LISTENING EAR WHILE SPEAK." 3,000 Papers Of the BEST GARDEN SEEDS RAISED, whieb I will sell for CASH at the very lowest price. I eaa sell you SO Boxes, or one Paper, just jaa yon like- Price per Box, Four Dollars and Fifty Cents ; by the single Paper, Five Cts. Don't forget to raise lot of VEGETABLES for the hungry Miners, on their return next fail from the diggings. Jnst 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 AU for sale low for Cash, or most kinds of Pro duce. March 19. "59. C. STEARNS. City Fire Insurance Co. of Hartford. Cash Capital, tSSO.000, all paid la. ASSETS, J1HDART 18T, 1859. Cash Items, including S38.635.78 in Bank 3P,95 78 Bank Stock A Bonds, market value - LS6,305 O0 Loaus on Mortgages, Bank Stocks or other approved securities - - 136,07216 Balanoe en Books, Interest due. and Oftice Furniture - - - - - - 8,868 54 Total assets - - ... . . (308)1 48 Total liabilities for losses not due - 16,465 11 a. BOWfcKS. fresident. C. C. Witt a. Secretary. General Ageney for the Western States at Uhioago, Illinois. W. B. LOUNSBURY General Agent. S. H. Prick. Assistant General Agent. . GEORGE FORD, Agent, Lawrence. Feb 26, '59 M P. Ilobinson, COUNTY 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 offioe address, at llinton. April 30, 1859,-tf. The Subscriber BEGS leave to inform the eitiiens of Law rence and vioinity that he still continues to occupy bis old stand, 87 and 29 Vermont street, next door north of the Johnson House, and is prepared to manufacture all Kind of WAGONS AND PLOWS in the most workmanlike manner, and on very reasonable terms, from the best kind of SEA SONED LUMBER. Also. BLACKSMITHING done to soft cus tomers. Particular attention Oaid 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 had in this department, than can be given in any oinersnop in town, and just as cheap. Horses shod bv the vear. and warranted. I have on hand a lot of Warons for tha Pike's Peak emigration. They are well made and of seasoned lumber, and no pains spared to make them what Wagons for that business oueht to be. Please call and examine before purchasing eisewnere. rtALirn ti. uia N. B. Corn taken for anytbing I have to sell. at marxet prices. n. u- VIA.. LAWRENOEFOUNDRY MACHIKE WORKS. KlJIBALLi BKUTHLKS have now in opera tion their Foundry and Machine Works, and are prepared to furnish Mill Work of all Kinds, out n t;an and Wrought, sTc.AU EN 11IV1T4 UflUsJC untriru.! uirmu ulna THRESHING MACHINES, and all kinds oi Jiaoninery needed in Kansas. Having long felt the need of Works of this kind ourselves, we have fitted up our manufactory with a view to tne wants oi Kansas, and teel confident we ean give perfect satisfaction to all wishing Machine ry. Give us a oali before purchasing elsewhere. Particular attention paid to repairs. Old Cast iron wanted. KLUUALL KllOTHEBS. August 28. S8. Tha Eclectle College f nealelae OinCMNATI, O. HTHE WINTER SESSION of 1859-6D will com. X mence about the middle of October, and continue 16 weeks. A full and thorough course of ijeotures will do given, occupying six or seven hours daily, with good opportunities for Clinical instruction at the l;ommercial Hospital, and at tention to practical Anatomy. Tbe arrangement of the chair will be a fol- owsr . J.F. JUDGE, M.U., Proftuer oj CAemittiy and Pharmacy. T. E. St. JOHN, M. D Proa or o Anatomy amd Pkytiology. A.J.H0WE.M.D., Pneor of Surgtry. C. H. CLE AVELAND. M. D Profeuor of Materia lltdica and Tkeraptutia. WM. SHERWOOD, M. D., Promtor oMaiiaU Proctia and Patioiofy. JOHN KINO. M. D Profit or of ObtUrict and DUtatt of Womtn ns uiuurw, J. R. BUCHANAN. M. D AnerffM Profeuor of Ctrthrat PkytUUgy aad jnmswm oj juatctne. . Tha Terms for the Session will ba tha aaava aa heretofore, vi: Martieulation, St SO; Tuition, tilt ; Demoastrator' Ticket, $5 OS. (Every Student i required to engage in dissection one session Before graduation.) Hospital licket. t5 60, (optional.) Orad nation, gits on. The Leetnre-Room ara newly finiahed. naat. and comiorimDie, aoa in central locality, la (MleM Hall. Walnut Street. Tickets forth sesains may be obtained of tbe Jtoan of tbe Faculty, at hi office. No. 85 Eighth Street, ar of Praf. '.. U. Cleaveland. Secretary of theJKaemlty.sio.iJiaevanta ttreat, near kirn . vxxj vA-v.sa.Aast. Apr. S. "SS. The Cwllef Jinsal f Meileal - Scieace A MONTHLY Hacaibieof 4" paces. eonductad h, thaTaaulU of the Eleetic Collewe of Marli- eine, is publi.hed at On Dollar a Year, pajable m advance, i he volume oi ice journal eom- enee witb the year. Lommnn teation for su b- senpUoa, or fur specimen numbers, should M directed. to . . . Dr. v rt.fjLE.AVr. LAji V, rublisher, 13 Seventh. Street. Cincinnati, O. Apr. .'59. U. J. Wfcciare. A TTORNEY AT LAW, Real Estate and Und Agent. UrSea. su T. Ati Mar as, its Hannibal & SL Joseph Railroad. HIW RODTG OPEXEO rOH. TBE EAST A.f0sorjiu. ON and after MONDAY. FEBRUARY . thi Road win be opened for bugnee, through out the entire length. Passenger trains will leave SkJoeeph every morning.running through in eleven hours, and making sure and elose con nection with Packet un and down the Miasia- ippi River, and all the Railroad Line East and South. A Line of Packets will run in eonnee tioa with the Road, above St. Joseph, to the iuua, on lua opvniba oi UTisaiiui. oiagv inea connect at St. Joseph from ail part of Kaaaaa. Nebraska and Western Iowa- Traveler from bebraska aad Waster Iowa will find thi the fafefeeaf, aosaarf and ekmpmt root In all PiinU oa th Miasissippi River and East. OMph, fur nearly all parts of the eouatry. jusian iil '3 1, supennieaaena. P. B. Geo at. Ganarai Ticket Aaent. , . Merchants and - Business WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Iain, tt. Delaware and Shawnee SU., LEAVENWORTH CITY, KANSAS, . DSAUCR IM DRUGS AND MEDICINES,; PAINTS. OILS, VARNISHES. ERCSHES. Dyes, W indow Glaea, Glass Ware, Perfume rv. naps, Fine Chewing Tobacco, Old Bourbon and Ky Whiskey, Medioal Wine and Braadiea, uampnene. Burning fluid. Lard and WhaleOil. Stand, Side and Suspension Lamps, . GENUINE PATENT MEDICINES, NOTIONS, and a fuU Stock of STATIONE uaKing tne largest and most complete asport meat of goods, ia ki line.ia the Territory which he will sell to Phyxician and Dealer generally, at tbe lowest CASH PRICES. en""' ft. E. ALLEN. Leavenworth, Nov. 8. 1858. tf. - narsstltOB Tewat Csmpsuay. rTPHS above Company now offer inducement A- unequalled by. any Town Company in the TOVTltOTV- the Company have just completed the largest Hotel in southern Kansas, being three stories high and containing twenty-four large, commo dious sleeping and sitting room. In addition to the hotel, the Company have built a large Storehouse, which will soon be well filled with all the commodities needed in a country like ours. A large number of carpenter are now at work eructing residences, ahops, offices, Ac. The Company offer great inducement to mechanics and others, wishing to locate. The town, from its eentrai location, being the geographical een ter of Bourbon canty, must always command an extensive trado and soon become an impor tant town in southern Kansas, as it is surround. ed by a GOOD FARMING LANDS a were ever tilled by the husbandman. CLAIMS. Good and desirable claims ean be obtained inclose proximity to town and timber. Marmiton is splendidly and must be health fully located, being on a high rolling prairie. It has beautiful streams of water washing it nortnern ana aoumern limit. An excellent STEAM SAW AND GRIST MILL ha lately been erected, and is now in successful operation. CLIMATE. Marmiton is situated in latitude 37 50, and longitude, 17 47 west from Wash ington. The Thermometer doe not indicate a higher degree of heat than ninety, and never in the winter acts below aero- Farmer and Me chanics find no inconvenience in doing out-door worKin tne winter season. Cattle, bogs, sheep. etc, do welt on the prairie during tbe entire year. There is always a pleasant breesein the hottest days of summer, which makes tbe heat less oppressive than in many of the northern States. Lot will be sold at exceedingly low ngures to persons desirous ot building. J. K. JONES. President. ' HORATIO KN0WLS, Vise Pres't. T. R. RoBBKTg. Sec'y. aug. 14. Iand Agency- and Land Office "TOWARD H00GLAND, ATTORNEY AND -- counsellor at Law and United states Com missioner. Tecumseh. K. T. Pre-emption business and contested claims at tended to. Money to loan to pre-eiuptors; Land Warrants located. Claims and Town Shares and Lot in all parts of the Territory, bought and sold. Investment made for capitalists, and C per cent, satisfactorily ruaranteed. iiEPERE.NCKL: llis.xc'y John W.ucary. Le eompton, hi. T Hun. John McKean, U. S. Dis- trict Attorney Ai. 1. City; lion. W. A. M, Vausrhan. and Thomas N. .Stinson. Esa..Tnnm. seh, K.T. aniitf Relacnger, Fcnlom Co., HAVE just opened on Water, betweon Dela ware and hhawnee sts., a Wholesaleand Retail Establishment, consisting of Foreign and Domestic Hardware, iron. Nails, and Pittsburgh Manufactures, Conking, Parlor and Heatinf Stoves, Store Furniture, Ac. A large assortment of Locks, Hinges, Screws.Chains, Camp Kettle. Cuttlery, Carpenter's Tools, Bellows, Anvils, Vices, Forks, Shovels, Wood and Chain and Force Pumps. Axes, Rifles, Scales, Buteher'a Tools, Paint Milli, Corn Mills, Hand Bells, Tape Lines, Cast and Blister Steel, Brushes, Ac, and all can be purchased cheap for cash. vXtf Leavenworth, May S. 165-. Law Office. JOHN M. C0E, ATTORNEY AT LAW will v practice in all the District Courts and in the Supreme Court of the Territory. He ha had a long experience in pre-emption practice in an other State, and will give gpeoial attention to ail cases in in Land unices. Befertne. Any lawyer of standinr in Wis. eonsin. The Professor of the Yale College Law acnooi. TCP N. B.-Mr. C. is Nor abt Prsuo. June 87. tf Boots S: Shoes! Hats ft Caps. T W. B0YER k CO.. WHOLESALE k RE " tail dealer in BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS Second story Jarboe's new storehouse. Levee, nansa t;ity. io. wet. a. E. D. Ladl, XT0TARY PUBLIC for Douglas Countv. Reri tor of Deeds for the City of Lawrence, and conveyancer. win taae acKnowiedgemente, proois oi ueous anu otner instruments in writ ing, draw np conveyances, powers of attorney Ao. Blank Deeds for sale. Office No. 16 Manaa onusetts street, liawrence, Kansas. nSi tf. Hamptwa fc Den m nn, REAL E S T A T E a NO LAND AGENT, Oot. S-tf. ' LXiTXrWORTH cm. L. McARTHUR, A TTORNEY. Leeompton. K. T. Will nrac x. tice in the District Courts, and attend to opntested claims in the Laud Office. Officeoppo- site American liotei. ijsi p. D. BIOBNOUK. BIDENOOR H. w. SXIE1I, 6c BAKES) GPvOCEWS, , And Dealers in PRODUCE. Abo. Agents for the sale of GUNPOWDER. 48 Mawlutsttls Street, Lawrence. Jan.K.'-ly ' f - Hrnslef) Hussell Ac Co., Aro. lOft.Zeaas,. r Leavenwokth. - - - - - Kansas. WHOLESALE DEALERS In staple and fancy Groceries, Wines, Liquor, Cigar, Tobacco. Ac, Ac. We are now in receipt of the nEAVIDST STOCK OF GROCERIES WEST OF ST. LOUIS. - Purchasing oar stock in New York, Baltimore and New Orleans, almost entirely for cash, we are enabled to sell to tbe country trade at St. Levis wholesale priees, - , -We are paying prompt attention to the for- waru ingot all t foods consigned to our oar. . Leavenworth. Aug. SB. '3d. . Basst'lt & Brackctt, 28 JtuacAas Strati, comer of Wlnlkrop, LAWRENCE, KANSAS. DZALKB8IS , REAL ESTATE A3D attorrttss at 2Lato anUGlrHrral Collectfon stnts. WILL BUY, PELL AND LEASE IM- vv nrorrd snii HI d landi.l;it, and nlao-a Property, enter Lands on time for actual set tlers, aay taxes, examine and furnish abstract OI titles. , General informatP n given concerning every locality in Kansas, from actna! obstTvatien. V 111 Knv. Hell, ihil lrfwata lnil Wimnli Will nn,eti laa in lha mtmhI I '. rt . Mr tnu territory, ana prosecute elaims against the ventral uorernmena, ' n ill make collection in any part of Kansas, and remit fund at enrrant rata of avehamre. WiU make applications for bounty Lend War- rauts ana rension. ; , W'ill exeeuio ail kinds of legalinstruments. Will negotiate loans on Real Estate aeeurity. Particular attention paid to Conveyancing. . Jao8Vi-tf ; PICTURES! Sir. Dst Lee' 1 PI ALWAYS pTepW to tak PICTURES of any style, in all kind of weather, at hi Gallery in Lawrence. Tbnee wishing to send a Likeoe by letter to their friends, ean obtain one, which will make no extra postage, and war ranted to pieaae, neaae au aut examine rpe- eimen. Jan. 1, TO. h. C. Hl'SSEIX, ATTOliNEY AT, LAW, Lawreacs, Kssau, Jnly W-tf. CR. L KELLOGG, DENTIST. ITTOUeerWlImrth'Cor. jyt.'Sft. ' - Esbcst A Iksw, . " . ATTORNEYS AT LAW, LAWRENCE, IUXSAS. TO Office. No. M MaMavehnsett Street. : E. EXXSLXT, JXO. W. aUSSKIX, . MAT. ST AH. , BENSLETs BCSSE1X CO ' TTOKWARDING AND COMMISSION MER A CHANTS, whole! dealer ia Uroeeriaa. Wine Liauora, Chrara: and Steamboat Areata. No. 10 Levee. Leavaawarlb. City, si. I. jugM.Hu. u, . .... ; FRAZER lc nUGUES, - I" .! f- i'l '.!- OQl " .'.'. - WATCHMAKERS AND JEWELERS, ' dealeks nt ' - WATCHES. CLOCKS. JEWELRY. CCT lery. Plated Ware, Fancy Oood, Mttswal Iutrument and Yankee Notion. Also dealers in COLT'S Kfc OLV tK.S, Uouble Water fruor Percussion Caps, and Bowie Knives. . w e are elling at greatly reduced pnee Watches. Clock and Jewelry thoroughly and promptly repaired. ELDRIDGE HOUSE, Right Hand of Entrance, June 25, 10. Lawrence, K. T. EDWARD D. THOMPSON, . BANKER, D1AXIB IX Exchange and Land Warrants ! TO9 Collections promptly made. Eastern Drafts in sums .to suit. Office. 25 Massachusetts St., Lawrence. MJ8,5.-om Cyrna Tator. ATTORNEY AT LAW and commissioner of Deeds for Iowa and New York. Particular attention given to procuring and locating land warrant, pre-empting Alaimi, Ao. Offioe at Usawatomie, Kansas. Nov. W, 1854. Geo. W. Collamore, A TTORNY A COUNSELLOR AT LAW and -fa- General Land Agent, No, 41 Massachusetts o tract, Lawrence. Kansas 1 erntory. tteo tf Tne Teeth! The Teethtl TTkR. 8. A. MARSHALL. DENTIST. WOULD J-' respectfully inform the eitisens of Kansas, i em lory, mat ne nas permanently located i a th oity of Leavenworth. All operation in his line performed In the latest, neatest, and most approved manner. With an exnerience of sixteen year in a eitv nraotiea. and a close observation of all the latest improve ments in tne profession, he leels prepared to pledge himself to give entire satisfaction to all who maveonsult him. TCf Teeth examined.and advice given, free of enarge. Office on Delaware street, opposite McCrack en's. Leavenworth City. Jan. 3, 1H57. H. W. rETKlKIK. E. W. -VTMEOOF. PETRIKIN ic W1KKOOP, GENERAL LAND AGENTS, and dealers in land warrants. Leeompton. Kansas; Office, one door south of tha Execntiva tlffina Will attend to all business eonneeted with the Land umce, entrusted to their care. Pre-khptors. Take Notice. Tha naeaaaan Proof Papers, Ac, wiil be made out Free of narce, ior rre-emptors wno purchase Land Warrants of us.- We have been enaraced for the past year in preparing the necessary Proof rapers, ao., required in rre-emption entries. Land Warrants of all sise for sale, and In all eases fully guaranteed. Land Warrants also loaned on lime, at usual rales. ml:tf ESTABLISHED 1866. GREAT WESTERN Saddle and Harness Emporium, Lawrence Kansas. J. G. S AI DS T-TAS the largest Establishment West of St AX Louis. Lin (grants on their way to the mines, will nere nnu a oompleta assortment or PIKE'S PEAK Saddles and Harness, &c, Hade expressly for the NEW ELDORADO TRADE. Farmer and others will eontinne to receive their full share of attention, at the " GrkaT rv estekn." Jan. H, Stf E. S. LOWMAN. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, over Woodward k Finley's drugstore. Law. rence. K. T. jeao-1)- Garden Seeds ! A LARGE supply of Shaker Garden Seeds, j ust received and for sale, at reduced prices, ' PRENTISS k GRISWOLD. Lawrence, Mar. 98, 1858. tf CHURCHILL & CRAWFORD, MAKING BLACKSMITHING, Car. Wlntnrop aad Kentacky 8(. MR. CHURCHILL thanks tbe public for the kind patronage with which they have favored him for the last few years, and invitia their attention to this card. He bas taken a partner Mr. fc. u. Crawford who is a skillful and experienced Blacksmith, in all its branch. They are now prepared to execute all order in both branches of their business upon the shert est notice, and upon reasonable terms. We shall endeavor to keep constantly on band ready mad Waaons and Carriages, and all sise of Huh. Spokes, Felloes, Iron, Ac. furfurnishing country customers. We invite the public in general, to give us a call, before purchasing elsewhere. - UfcU. VMUltUrllLili. April 16, '59. E. D. CRAWFORD. CALEB 8. PRATT, CouTtjaneer and Real Estate Agent, Lawreace, Kaaiai, Office, corner of Mass. and Winthrop St. DEEDS, Bonds Mortgages, Pra-Emption. Naturalisation and Pension Patters. aDnli- eations for Bounty Land, Ac. drawn np witb care. Title examined and abstracts furnished. COLLECTIONS made and promptly remitted in enrrent fund. LAND WARRANTS sold and loanod on commission. Taxes paid and money invested for non-residents. N. B. Caleb n. Pbatt. bv virtue of hia office of County Clerk of Douglas County, is au thorised to administer oaths and take acknowl edgment aad depositions. Jaa. 8, '. ly P. H. Berkau, VOTARY PUBLIC AND CONVEYANCER. Office at his rasidane in bloominaton. Kansa Territory. e binary Sin. ins lyr 8. K. Hasan 91. D. TT0MCE0PATHIC Ihysician and Surgeon. a. a. would respeeuully lnlorm in public that ha is DeriBaaaoUy located in Lawrence, and would Uniinr hia BrnfaAsional service to those wh.t may be inclined to favor Homoeopathy. Office in the Johnson .House, No. 31 and 33, Vermont Street. W-tf. Htm W. Callaaaaroa OTARY PUBLIC, No. 41 MaasaebusetU Ktreet. lawrenee. a.. 1 . vae. tf Job a T. Barrls, Attorney at Law, OLATHE. JOHNSON CO, K. T. Jan. 8. IWi.-lr J. E. CLABDf, ATTORNEY AT LAW, and General Col leetinx AaenL. Har vsvilla. kfarahall SMiiitv. Kansas. July S3.1"S.-m. . . - L. C. TOIXKS, 91. D., ) r K Maasarbusett Street. Lawrenee. Kan sa Territory, Special attention to Open tire Surgery. , Aug.H. '. ly. ; .LE.vrt7EL glLUfOBE, ' .' Attorney and Counsellor at Law 0FF1CK IN THE COUBT HOUSE, Lawrence. 1! i" Even kind of Law Bnsinaa wmaantW attenveu Ml. AT a meeting of tb Chemung Town Co., ksld in Lawrence. AacustSth.lMSS. anaaeasnant of (ixly-nva dollars to sack original interest was msds to meet tha expense of pra-emptiag th 1 own sit, an person boldiag original interest are notified that said aasewnMnU taust be paid wiuiio naty wr iron mi uai or tuir inter est will befurfeited. By order ol tb Company. E. ri. UIWMAN, President. D. W. HoLBEOOE. Secretary. . Lawreaea, Aug. HO, lsU.-m. SEALS! SEALS!! M. GREENE, ' ' GENERAL ENGRAVER, - N. U Chnut " Street, oppunt City Hall, St. Lonis, Mo. Particular attention given to Seals. April w, UM. .. w. e. TJTLirr- and retail Cap, aad outs, two door South of main ntrane. . nee advartiMmeat. BDBLINGAME, K. T .', ';Xoi CoumcU City Beklment Afij. ' rpHE MilU at thi. point bav.been J- ful operation for the last six months; thVff" gine and other machinery U of the Irst eiaaT ? which more is now being added. W k!; " Grist Uill,nd a bolt for making auoerBa. rf is now being erected. Planing. "EwnVl. J !?I Lata Mac nine will soon ha in peration. ingam l one oi ine live towns of Kansas " tl n alia) ng great indoeamenU to eapitalista t. . and busmen men to settle. Tha ml..?! busiQMa, with the facilities and appES" building, and makinxaDlaasai.t h,..!. .".l" ' Society, are not surpassed by ant interior in this country. "'s BurlingamMW-.XUiBCA5SOT w.MUlal Baw-mila! Saw.inili, JOHHW5 a EWF.BSOV. H'ft. JWI-RDERY. corner of Eighth anl ii oireets. Alton, Illinois, sole Haaaft tnrersof their ealRhratMl "r'k.ll- ,, frame CIRCULAR SAW-UILUupaU ing from SOUU to UOU0 feat, surface n!7.! lumber, in is hours, aoeording to ii of'lliu and power applied. . tfm fcngines. Flue and Tubular R,iu Lard Tank. Wrought and Sheet Iron W ?1 Sash and Mulev Saw.Milli VJf 5 ?"?. ebry. Ijtfd and Tobaeoo Screws, Ac j, "" above r"""i solicited. Address i N. B-Srnall Portable Engines and Reilen for Farming and Shop purpose. OT " '-Machinery for Kansas and Missouri d,. livered on Levee in bt. Louis free of chart. Jun. S.SH tf Vlonert Men Ty ILL tak notice that the subscribe, tnpa. propeJS fOT "h the follt SWes'iii Wysndotte, Osawatomit 1 Quindare, , Empnri m V.!,ifW;r' Tecumh. Z . I?"Pbau, Ml ue City, '" ' . " Minneola. fJaorgetowa. - - Relmont. R,hestr, ' " " Marmaton, Ottumwa, " , Kewanee. Amerions,4e 1. Also a large number of lot in Lawrence m eral of which are first elas business IwatinaV I will sell on time to those who wish to ia, lote in thi town. "PW MayB. S. B. PREXTISS S. SLATER. TA!IOlt,0B!tS0!l. SLATER Sc J0HJJS0X, STEAMBOAT AGENTS, Forwarders and Commission Merchant, NO. 30 LEVEE, ST. L0C1S. 110. Prompt and persona attention paid to buincie. ori7 Land Wnrra.au, OF ALL SIZES, for aale at one dollar per acre. Land entered on time, at roilarrd rate. Proof Paper prepared for rutUimen frttoftkarg,. R.H.FARMIAM. Land Agent First Door North of U. S. Land Office, Le eompton, K. T. Ju3y31.lB58 tf JAMK3 CHRISTIAN. JAS.LASI CHRISTIAN K LAr., ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office. Dnnrsn Building, Lawrence, Kansas Territoa. They are Commissioners for all the Western States. They will attend to collections in ksa sas, Nebraska. Western Missouri and Iowa Mr. Christian having had largo experience in the business, will attend to making invt-i. ment in Town property and Lands- lie will it ceive for loan or sale, land warrants at a fair percentage. The K ansas struggle being over, Mr. I.ane will devote himself clulrtly to the practice, ind trusts by striot attention to business, to reeeirs a portion of the business of the people of Kan sas. January 89th. 1M8. majth B. S1HHOKS. F. O. LIAPSEATla. Kaaiai Emigrants. SIMMONS k LEADBEATER. Fnrwirdini and Commission Merchants and Ksnsai Freight Agents, No. it South Main su, St. Louii, Mo, Full information given to all as to routes points, Ac, froe of Charge. Refer to S. V. Pomeroy, C. Robinson, A. H. Reeder. G. W. llrown. Dr. C. Cutter, K. (Wm National Kansas Committee. and our friend", tb fre State men of Kansas. Mark package Car of Simmons A Lesdbtst- er, St. Louis, Mo. . urcncrai ucaet agent for Missouri River Hi. steamboats. Land Notice. THE undersigned bas been appointed in ac cordance with the provisionsufa law panted by tbe Territorial Legislature. Recorder for ttis Pawnee Land District, All instruments nf what ever kind, affecting the title of any real etsls in this Land District may be recorded in his office, and be equally a lien on the rcnl ett described therein as if filed in the eounty in which auoh real eatatei situated. G. A. REYNOLDS. Lawrence. K. T., Feb. Svth VW. F. Wendt, FORWARDING and Commission Merohsnt and dealer in Foreign and Domestic Liquor), NO. 8, LEVEE. ALTON. ILL. Warehouse im mediately on Keokuk and Quincy Packets' I juiJ ing. tpwMy 1858 A. B. millers 13 WHOLESALE GROCER, Forwarding ad it Commission Merchant. Also, scorn! Steamboat Agent and Collector. New firc-prna buililing. No. 100. Levee, Leavenworth ( in K.T. Kobe Cof f laa t Coff las ! ! COFFINS, reidy made, all altes, anf cheapest in Lawrence, trimmed to and th ordor Second door south of Collamore Building. Lawrence. Aug. 7, H. P. J. WAUM.R. Lorenzo Weatevcr, PROBATE AND COUNTY' JUDGE. Kilcj County, K. T Attorney. Counsellor sua Solicitor in Supreme and U.S. Courts, anil Gen eral Land Agent, Manhattan, K. 1. August 14 law. Oldham Faxon's Fleat market. ' . So. 31 Masittckutetts Street . WHOLESALE and Retail Dealers in FRFSH MEEK. FUKK, MUTTON, LARD, SAT SAGES, WILD AND TAME GAME. BACON SALT PORK. PORK AND HAMS. Ac. Farmers and others take notice that we m, the highest price for HIDES, POULTRY AND PRODUCE, and that in cash mind that ! Jan m tf. JOHK A. H ALDERMAN. WM. ST AW LIT. . , . Ilaldermaa fc 8taaler A TT0RXEY8 AT LAW. Leaveaworth City -fa. K. T. Will praetioe in the Suporiorand lo forior Courts of the Territory. Collections mails and promptly remitted. Jan W C. B. Clement, A TTORNEY AT LAW, will attend tosll losi; to th purebaseand sale of laud and land claims th looation of land warrants, Ac 1 eeumseh, Shawnee Co., K , 1 ., Nov. in, . Claims Far Bale. TntVK SEVERAL GOOD CLAIMS ON -A baud lor sale in which there are great bargains a th owner ar going to leave the Territory disgust. Fnquira of J AMES CHRISTIAN. A tt'y at law Oct.. If t. K. Uooain, ATTORNEY AT LAW AND REAL ESTATE AGENT, will exeeaU Deed. Mortgages, Ac. buy and sell land and town lots, iuvest moneys m Kansas property.for other with care and prompt ly wrenee, Kansa. Nov. . 18SS. N. SI'Crarken, TfTHOLESALE AND RETAIL Oroeer snd v Iron Dealer, Receiving, Forwarding and Commission Uerehant, Levae. 8outb Cherokt: street. Leavenworth City, K.T. Nov. SK; 'M. 0. E. MOLIOAT. - THO. 0. TBOSWTOS. Uallaar V Thornton, AWYERS AND LAND AGENTS, Toprk K.T. February SI. 14. CwhoUtory. TTTM. .A. 8HR0VER UkesthUt it hod Of in I te attnrrdj- v v fnrmina his friend and thanubhe attnrrdj- iy mat ne naa opened an I l'llUl.sltr.i-Mj r--TABLISIIMENT oa Winthrop street Law- PHOLSTEKlNG tr- ntlimn atreet. Law mew, immediately west of the Morrow lloune. where be Would be nappy to see all persons in quest of any thing in his line. Compost. Mat- ASSgS, ROLSTKKR, PlXLOVS. UggTS, band.- Spring Matraase made te erd-r. Uiv me a call before purhaifig etaewhere. k'eb.e) Fruit Tree ! Frail Tree ! I TTTE HAVE grafted Appl tree t7 feet tall. V, Peaeb. Pear, and Cherry trees. Alio. Currant and Gooseberry bush, lie Plant. Grape Vines, Raspberry and Lawtoa Blackber ry bashes. Guineas, Ac for aal at our Nurseir, at Jadge Wakefield's, between Lawrence and Leeompton. Give us a call. P.O. Kanwaea. W. P. HAM k BROTHER. Febmary ath.lhie. : . .. BO't . MITCHELL. BTBO T. ATESS i i . Mitrbell 4c Afre, ' A TTORNETS AT-LAW. Pari. Lian Co.. A K.aau. Will Practice in tha Courts of Linn. Bourbon, Aud arson and Lykias Counties. Uenerai attenuongiventoouecuonui i OeklC. . Far Sale. A YORK OF (KJOU FIVK VEAKOLU OA KS', wall broke aad ia rood eoaditioo i also. a first rat tw-krae Lembcr Wagon. Enquire of UkUNUt lUSU, No. M MaasaebusetU St., Lawrence. Harsh I. So-tL aa. its, eijsipavai, - NOT ART rTJBLIC.Offic No.7, Maasaebnastt. treat, Lawrene. Ofio hours A. M. to 1 P. kt. Dee. l-7tf i faiBiai Warraats ' TO LOAN, for Thirty -One Dollar leas than at Leeomptoa. A Us, Hnnty to loan on real state aeeurity. By a. At. Hljtrnu.t. lUwreaa,f'aMl-t,ia5S,-tf Notary PnbUc,