HERALD OF FREEDOM.
The Herald or Fbeedom is the oldest Fees
Stats newspaper published in Kansas, and the
only one, of any party, now in existence whose
editor and publisher was associated with it prior
to the spring of U37. It was established as early
as leJ4, and lines the appearance of its second
number, on the first of January, 1SS5, it has been
Issued with (treat regularity, save during the
summer of 1838, when it was suspended because
of the turbulence of the times, and the iinpris
onmentof its editor. It has now reached nearly
the middle of its fifth Tolume. Numberless
journals hare been established in Kansas, flitted
their brief existence, burled their anathemas at
the Hebald or FBiEnoii.and passed away since
its first appearance, yet our paper "lives on.
and its independent and truthful position is ad
mitted by every true lover of the cause it was
established to advance.
The Hebald or Fbiedom is no ephemeral
affair, and its politics have never been equivo
eal. Though partisans bare labored to place it
in a false position, and charged it with being
mercenary and subsidised, yet it bas always been
the firm, unyielding friend of freedom, and too
devoted to the prosperity of that cause to resort
to subtcrfugo, calumny, or vituperation in its
defense, lis circulation, although somewhat
abridged in consequence of the stringency of the
times, is far larger than any other published in
the Territory, and is now rapidly incrcasiug-
We purpose at an early day to give it a new
dress, to materially improve its form and genera
appearance, add a literary department, and
make it all its most xealou friends eon desire
without abridging, however, one particle of its
truthfulness or fearless independence.
The Hebald or Fiieedox has been Violently
opposed because its motives were not fully under
stood. The people of Kansas robbed of their
liberties by an invasion of their franchises in
the autumn of 1PM, and for a Ion g time stripped
. of every political right, it was but natural that
they should be extremely sensitive of every move
ment which they did not fully comprehend, and
' particularly jealous of the guardians of public
interests who had control of the press. We
, cheerfully excuse them for whatever hard thing
they have said of ua.
We were first denounced for sustaining the ad
ministration of Gov. Geary. When he abandon
ed the Territory every Free State man among us
regretted his leaving, and now say "he was the
beat Governor we ever had." Letters from val
liable Republican friends in Pennsylvania, who
wrote iiiSt they had "known John W. Geabt
long and well," and who assured us that "his
heart was in the right place," prompted us to
sustain him. We fl proud that we did so.
Wbfln Secretary Stanton' Camo here we ex
tended todiim the hand of friendship, and the
Herald of ibekdov instead of abusing him
did what it could to set him right in regard to
our history. Mr. Stanton is now laboring in the
Eepublican ranks, and wo trust that our influ
ence will never drive him elsewhere.
Oov. Walker came to Kan?as. A long con
fidential conversation with him on the second
or third day after his arrival, and renewed fro
quently, gave us a high opinion of bis honorable
intentions towards tho people of Kansas. We
siut-hied him as fur as we thought him BKiOT;
and endeavored tocoiiRECT, not abuse him, when
wrong. Look back upon the history of that peri
od when every Republican paper in the nation
was pouring gall upon us, and who is there now
who does not approve of our course with Gov.
Wo advocated the getting possession of the
Territorial government by competing with the
l'ro-slavery men for the offices. When we pro
posed this on the 4th of July, 1S37, wo were
threatened with annihilation, but the policy
prevailed, and tho Territorial government is now
wielded almost wholly by Republican:" as a con
sequence of that line of policy.
Tho l'ro-slavery party had laid a trap for our
pcrpotual enslavement, in the guise of the Le
compton Constitution. They surrounded it with
such features that they thought Free State men
would koep wholly aloof from it. With strong
backing from the federal administration and
their friends at tho south, they saw that if they
could only get possession of the offices under
it, their struggle fur yours would be accomplished,
and Kansas would bo a slave Stato in earnest.
Wo saw and felt this and as early as J uly of '37,
advised the election of all the offices under that
Constitution, in caseun opportunity was denied
lULtn-voto it down. In opposition tohundreds of
personal friends, and in direct conflict with the
action of the Free State Convention of the 23d
and 83d of December of that year, we advocated
the measure. It triumphed, and to-day Kansas
isfrce, whereas by a different lineof policy Kansas
would have beena3laveStatelongsince andthe
institution would have received such strength
from the movement that the scourge would have
been fastened upon all tbe Territory west of as.
as well as upon Nebraska.
On f the first to become identified with the
Fice State organization, we were unwilling to
surrender it for any other party until Kansas was
a Stato in tbe Union. Wo fought as long as we
could to perpetuate timt party, and only surren
dered when ccmpletei borne down by over
whelming numbers. Though violently opposed
for tryipg to keep up that prganiiation, yet we
feel proud that we were not t."e one to tell out,
nor desert the party while a corporal's guard re
mained to defend its "blood -stained banner."
Throughout our entire connection with Kansas
affairs we have sought only for peace. Instead
of laboring to embroil Kansas with the people of
Missouri, we opposed it from tbe first, and advised
the practice of the Christian virtues towards
them. When they invaded tho Territory, wrested
from as our franchises, and sought the an
nihilation of every Fre StAte'settler.we opposed
them, and resolved to resist them to the death if
need be. We always talked abomt acting on the
I'lt K.saiVK never on the aggreuit. As soon
as they withdrew their armies, and invaders, we
were ready to rcsumo amicable relation with
them, and had no notion of holding all Mis
souri responsible for the murders and villainy
of some of the basest of her population who at
tempted to harass our people on the south-east
ern border; neither were we in favor of getting
up a civil broil, or a servilo insurrection merely
to gratify the caprice of Old John Brown, John
. Cook, Richard licalf, J. H, Kagi, and
their endorsers, aiders and abettors, who are
till so numerous in Kansas, and who acted and
sympathised with these men while here, of
whom we might mention a large number were we
If we have opposed men for office whom others
Supported it was because wc felt the best inter
ests of the country and of Kansas demanded it.
' WeTiave sought nothing for ourself; haventer
- ad into-no combinations by which we have ex
changed the rapport of our friends, (of which we
hare always bad tome,) for the support of others.
Hue have labored to keep wholly independent of
all parties and cliques, because we felt thatour
innueuco in bebatt or tue cause wnicn urougui
us here would be advanced by it.
Now is the tiineof all others to subscribe furthe
Hebald of Fklkkom. Winter, with its long
evenings, i" at hand, and the news, both from
Kansasand abroad, will possess unusual interest
during the next six months. Congress and our
Territorial Legislature are about to convene.
The former will be called to act upon our pe
tition for admission as a Stntc into the Union.
- upon Land Grants to Kansas, and payment of
our Claim debt. Our Territorial Legislature
will have a large amount of business to transact
of absorbing interest. The Hebald of Fbie
imm will keep an eye upon those bodies, and give
uM!v urui luiercaiiruuainrea luuiuiervi laein.
larougb its columns toe most important laws,
as pa..ed, will probably first be given to the pub
lic. Though its sympathies and feelings are
all with the Republican party, and it will give
; in entire, unreserved support to the Republican
nominees of the National Renublican Conven
tion, yet it will not prevaricate in the least to
rain the Rnnimrtnf ,m narlv.
Standing, as we do, above and independent of
party dictation, we have no favors to ask from it.
bo taMrllmtiom are made for our support from
National. Territorial, or State Central Commit
tees, by irAirA its are enabled to furnUk eubecrib
ta with the paper at tU cost 0 tie material em
which It it printed. No columns of Government
patronage, which pays double borne rates, or
even half rates, are furnished us. NoWioAs
koep our paper alive. On the contrary, the
naaaxD op t bibook if sustained by tne rs-
aocaHT Fbkbxism er thi Tbbbitobt who
nave labored hand in hand with as during the
last ave years in tbe great struggle to make Kan
sas free. Victory bas crowned the effort, and it
is universally eoneeded that the Hbeald op
r RXlDoa has done more than any other journal,
orsingleinstrumentality, towards bringingabout
mat glorious result. Jluhs ot tea Copies, with
one codt to the getter unof the club, are fur
nished one year for fifteen dollars : er one oonn a
year for two dollar, with a eopy of the United
States Joubn al one year, gratis, ifreqtueted, to
each subscriber paying the two dollars, or to the
person, 11 preferred, wno lurnunes the iao
ecriber. To the many kind friends who have aided in ex
tending the circulation of our paper during the
last few years, we Lake this oenaftion to return
our hearty thanks. We hope each and all of
them will make a new effort now, as times are
. very olose with ua, and it is extremely difficult to
keep our business moving, but with that energy
which has carried ua through the past, we have
He fera.lv of rteeSohi '
rCIUSHKD IACH BATCBDAT MOBKIH8. T
C. W. BROWN eY. CO..
Otic Herald of Freedom Building, lament
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION:
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limefurwhichpayment is received.
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Three Months, per line, - :
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Advertisements from a distance.
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DUDLEY A MORSE, FaoraiETOBS.
change. It has been refurnished, cleansed
and repaired. The table is spread with every
luxury of the season fresh from the eountry.
Tbe proprietors hope to give entire satisfae
tionto their patrons both as to fare and terms.
I3Good reed tit able connected With the
nuue at reduced rates.
A.ig. 13. '59. tf.
l.rarenworlh City, Kaatas,
THIS new and elegant Hotel has passed into
tho hands of Col. O. M. VINTON, formerly
of Boston and late of Chicago, and his old
friends, as well as the public in general, will fod
it one of the best kept hotels in the wer.ern
To those who knowhim. it is not necessary to
say anything, and those who do not, call and see
him. July 23, 'S. 3m.
TS SITUATED IX BCRLINGAME, SHAW
I nee county, K. T, Travelers can find good
accommodations here, on reasonable terms. Bur
lingame is thirty-eight miles.south-west of Law
rence, on the Santa i'e road, and within thirty
miles of Emporia. Good prairie claims can be
located near this point.
March 28, 1959. Proprietor.
B. C. BROOKE, - - Proprietor.
Cor.of 3d and Haldeman Sts.. Lecompton.
HAVING refitted and completely renovated
theabovellotel.it is now one of the most
desirable stopping-places in Lecompton.
There iscommodious stabling and a plentiful
supply of hay and grain attached to this Hotel,
STAGES leavo this house daily for all parts
of the Territory. Aug.5'1.
Kaneas sLandl Si Collecting Agency.
RS. STEVENS, General Land Agent and
Attorney at Law, Lecompton, will devote
E articular attention to business before the Land
fiico, both in tbe Territory and in Washington,
tu tbe securing of Patents, entry of lands, locat
ing of Land WarranU", Ac. Honey to loan; aod
Land AVakranth cully oi'abantiep, always
on band and for ?ale, fur cash or on time, at the
lowest rates. All business inquiries, per mail,
answered fkee up ciiakhk.
Office, one door south of theU. S. Land Office,
J uly 2, 'o. tf.
Wholesale and Retail Deuler in
LETTER, PRINTING & WRAPPING
CARD STOCK, ENVELOPES,
PAPER BAGS, TWINE, &c,
MASSACUL'SETTS STREET, LAWRENCE
Stationer and Tonntrv Merchants S'e invited
to call and examine uiy stock and note the prices.
HT I buy directly from th Manufacturers,
on particularly favorable terms, and can afford
to and riU hM at tit. Luuie price.
Sept. 10. lr-Stf-tt
1TAKE the following method to inpply the
wants of those who wish to have their lands
I will he in Shawnee on 1.1th to itn 01 eacn
month; Monticcllo, l"th and I'Jth; Lexington,
With toiMth; MeCaiaisb.Stithand '-Tth, Ua.'dner,
th and -.Kith: Spring Uill.aoth to 1st; Anbry,
-M and 3d; Oxford. 4th and 5th; Olathe. 6 to 9th,
and back to Lexington, Nth to 15th. All who
wish to have their InntU surveyed can address
me through the Postofliceat either of the towns,
stating the No. of Section, Townsbipand Ra ae
A. M. A L trll 1 r. rt, county corveyo'.
Johnson Co., Kansas, Dec. 6th, '5i. tf.
Greatest Core in the World for Pain.
OF Philadelphia, whose Electric Oil made
such astonishing curesinNew ork, Boston,
Philadelphia, Sl Louis, and the past month in
St. Joseph, (where Mr. Kobideaux, the father of
that town, Mr. Northcutt, and handred others,
have been cured) has arrived at Lawrence, and
will apply the Oil to any painful cae. free of
charge, either at the Drug Stores or Hotel, to
demonstrate iLs curative power seeing is be
lieving puffing is no use.
From an eminent Physician.
13 Chcanut Street, Philadelphia.
I have practioed medicine since '"JO; my wife
has been a groat sufferer at intervals for thirty
years; my son, merchant. No. 103 ('henut street,
tent mc a bottle of Dr. Smith's Eloctric Oil. and
after the third or fourth application, not a ves
tige of diseaso remained.
JOSEPH P. ELK1NGT0X, M.D.
. lFromUon.J. W. Uarcourt.l
Albany, December 7, 1S58.
Dr. Smith, Philadelphia Dear Sir s Your
Electric Oil cured my son, who was two years
under the care of an eminent physician, and
given up a cripple for life.
J, W. HAKUUUn-l.
"People's Line" Office.
I From the Greatest New York House. J
New York. June 1st, 1P53.
11. Smith TWr Sin Kend i rross small. 10
groan halt', and li gross dollar site Electric Oil.
ery re&peciuuiy your, .
BARNES A PARK. Broadway.
From the largest Drug Store in the West.1
St. Louis, April 3.
11. timith P1n4A hin n 5odoien small sise.
SO doien medium sise, lu dozen large site Elec
tric Oil, and draw on us for tne amount. 1 ours
CHAKLhSS. ULUW a
rFiYm-A nil known fentleman.l
Dr. Smith's Electric Oil cured my Paralysis.
Iam over seventy-five years old.
No. Ill Prospect street, Brooklyn.
Thirty years in New York.
Dr. Smith's Electric Oil gave me .entire satis
faction in one day. J. !. FOUNTAIN.
India Store, No. 653 Broadway, N. Y.
Dr. Smith's Electric Oil eured my deafness in
three days. Mrs THOMPSON.
Pine Plains. New York.
Dr. Smith's Electric Oil cured my Rheumatism
in one day. I had to walk on crushes.
HON. E. KILLINGS WORTH,
No. &!. South 5th street, Philadelphia.
IC7" Large bottles are ten times the cheapest.
From the largest Drug House in Boston.l
v littvn ssiM b. larva ouantitv of Dr. milh S
Electric Oil, and it is spoken of only with un
aualified praise, (rood reports from every bot
tYe? WEEKS POTTER.
vt noiesuie itukkisis.
No. 154 Washington St., Boston.
3,CG0sold in St. Joseph in 60 days.
For sale wholesale and retail by
PRENTISS URISW OLD,
Eldridee House, Lawrence.
And by Druggists throughout the eountry gen
erally. J uly 2, em.
NEW riCTORLAL EDITION.
YTfE have just issued a new edition of W eb-
V iter's L nab ridged Dictionary, containinc
uoo PICTORIAL ILLCSTRATI05S!
9,0u0tol,0W NEW WORDS in the Vocabulary,
TABLE OF SYNONYM F.S BY PROFESSOR
In which more than Two Thousand words are
carefully discnminateo, forming a iutier won
n KnsHsh Svnonvines.uf itself, than any other
issued, besides Crabb, and believed in advance
TABLEGIVISO FBOSrSCIATlOJi OF MAKES OF 8,B0O
WlSTINBUlHEO FEBsOMs OF KOPEKS TIMI3,
Peculiar use of Word and Term In the JIM,
w;,h ,. fo.tnrM. tnmtber with all the
Matter of Previous Lditiona, in one volume ei
TrpflMotm!! hum nf llnitrationeand other
new feature will be sent on application to tbe
publishers. . .. .
TTPAs Eneiiah edition of Webster s Dietloa
an appeared with the Pictorial IUastratien. ten
f rrot. uooonca nret invoaueea mc i,i,
nt vnAnvmesinthiseountrr inconnection with
a popular Dictionary, in Webster's Octavo in
UU7. - -
JO So other English Dictionary ever con
tained or announced ae to issue, a Table giving
proouneiauoBS oi amea oi rarsons, mm
Xne aoove announcemeot.
WU1 be sold by all Booksellera.
tf"GET THE BEST." Get Webstie,
WEBSTER'S NEW PICTORIAL DICTIOST
v v AK . just received at u. w lLuaAttliA
Book and Periodical EetaUiahmeat. -Dea.lo.'M.
DRUGS & MEDICINES.
WOODWARD & HIT,
ARE daily receiving their immense new sup
plies, direct from Philadelphia and New
".York. carefully selected and brought in large
I eckage by one of tbe firm, just returned from
b le East, making the eompletest stock of
1 DRUGS, MEDICINES.
.rtT brought to thU market H of which wo
uuui do uiuira w
JOB AND RETAIL
" HIEAPEB THAI ETEB, -
n MinMti bin rb welcome to'blow as much
a; they please over their eigar ease exhibition at
the late Fair, our ansortment is too large and
vm, t,. hn AYhihited within any such limits.
Oub Show Room is otb Sales Kooa by far
the LARGEST AND FINEST IN KANSAS.
ur ... ,amniMr.rntip A 41 I KG
and M asi kactckeh Articles, and tookFIRT
ra Jlltj JIB AMJ 111! LO 31 AO accoruiugiy.
THE GREAT KANSAS BEJIEDT
FEVER. AND AGUE!
Woodward & Flnley's Ague Care!
first diploma awarded at the
Read what the Editor of the Neosho Valley
Hefltter says of the greatremcdy :
"Woooward k Finley's Aoi i Pills. Not
lone since, the proprietors of this medicine pre
vented us with a bottle of the preparation, and
within three days alter, we were snaking witn
the arue! Whether this' medicine was an agent
in nr.,ilncin this state of thine, we know not:
but if so, like the homeopathic principle a pro
ducer of disease being likewise aremedyfor the
--auie these Pills satisfactorily took the shakes
out of the unenviable old 'Shaky' that shook us.
We believe these Pills are an effective remedy
for the disease they claim to cure, and we recom
mend them to the public."
Read the following, ono instance among
hundreds, of what can be done by this great
"This certifies, that I am effectually cured of
Fever and Ague of six months standing, by one I
box of Woodwards rinley's Ague cure, alter
using ineffectually many other preparations.
This was during tbe fall of l?5d and I have not
since been troubled with a return of the same
disease. I can cordially recommend them.
Yours, JNO. CONQER.
Kudora, Oct. 15, 1859."
S. II. Witner A Co.. Manhattan. K; T., writes:
"We are nearly out of your Ague Cure.
An prated succai in every inetanee. Please
send us three doien immediately. Hoping to
hoar from you soon, lours,
Manhattan, Sept. 3, '5a."
BINXINGER'S LONDON DOCK GIN,
. -. -.. . Guarantied pure.
HENNESSEY" AND OTARD BRANDIES.
. Guarantied pure.
OLD RYE AND BOURBON WHISKEYS.
. -1 Guarantied pure.
All strictly for Medicinal Purposes.
, WOODWARD & FIN LEY,
1 flfi K.EGS PURE WHITE LEAD for sale,
JJ cheap as ever.
Dec. 3. W. . WOOLWARD A FINLEY.
WOODWARD & FINLEY
"VFFER everything in the Drug line in large
w quantities, and at ower prices than ever
before m ansaa.
Dec. 3. '5. WOODWARD A FINLEY
PREMISS & GRISWOLD
Wholesale and Retail
ELDRIDGE HOI SE,
WE OXFY COMPETITION,
And confidently assert that we have the Largest
Stock and most extensive variety of Goods in
our lint ever offered for sale in Kansas.
As evidence of the above, the riasT
DIPLOMA AWARDED AT THE LATE FAIR
UA3 Bti t.MIIHULU.
To those afflicted with
CHILLS AXD FEYER
We would say
Try Dr. 8. B. rREXTISS' Antidote,
IT IS AX UNFAIL1NQ REMEDY. ,
We warrant a ears where the directions are
followed. Were it necessary, more testimonials
eould be obtained from reliable soarcee than
roomiA which to pauian uem. . ,
The ebeapert and beat artioU ever offered ia
this market, witn wnicn toproauce uuui, ia
; kerosene oil.
It is perfectly safe, and produces a better light
and more of it. than eamhene, -fluid or oil. at
half the expense. The economical and prudent
will use it. We have s sapyly of tbe oil, and a
variety ot luir luteoie tor itrws,
DRUGS M HIS!
BO O K S !
A LARGE INTOICE of the publications of
tbe AMERICAN SABBATH SCHOOL
CNION, this day received, among which are the
1 -J -': i -' . ' . i ' '
Select, Juvenile, Home & Cabinet
QUESTION BOOK i- : i . s - .
HTJIN BOOKS, r-.
f' . :j. " ' . .
I ALPHABET CARPS, .
I it J.
AdUrgenppljrof the :
MISCELLANEOUS PUBLICATIONS OF THE
I TICKETS, REWARD BOOKS, e.
Record, Boll, Class, and Minute
Large and Small Ulaps,
As issued by tbe Society.
SABBATH SCHOOLS in the Territory can
now be supplied at Philadelphia prices, adding
S per cent, for expense of transportation. This
arrangement affords facilities for the publica
tions ot this hociety, 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 QsartO Dictionary.
A GOOD SUPPLY of this great national and
popular work just received from the pub
lishers, and will be sold low for cash, at
Of all descriptions used in the Territory, for
sale at WILMARTH'S.
MAGAZINES AND PAPERS.
ALL the popular Magazines and Papers, from
Boston. New York. Fhillaitnlnhi. rinin-
i. Chicago and St. Louis Paners. for aaln t
the counter, and supplied to order, by
PASS BOOKS, MEMORANDUM BOOKS,
Diaries, Fens, Inks, Pencils, Rubber,
And all the various articles called for in sncb
1 a store, can be furnished by
Lawrence, April 1C, '59.
R. J. KlcClare. .
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Real Estate and Land
Agent. Ogdea, K. T. War 30. M
We E, SUTLIFF,
!AT HIS OLD STAND.
Two Doors South of Iain Entrance to
JAS just returned from the East with a
LARGE AND VALUABLE STOCK OF
Fall and Winter Clothing
direct fboic New Yore and Bostok.
CLOTHS) CASSI1TERES, TESTINGS,
Hats, Cap. and GtnU'Fnraishing Goods.
50 Black and Brown DRESS COATS, 10 to
ISO BUSINESS SUlTM.from 8to.
309 VESTS, from 1 85 to 10.
500 PANTS, from 1 to fl.
Also, BOYS' and CHILDREN'S CLOTHING
all sorts, sites and prices a large stock.
Please give us a call before purchasing else
where, and not be HUMBUGGED by NEWS
PAPER BLOWING and noisy tvltertMnq but
see for yourselves who sells CHEAPEST, by
carefully comparing our Goods and prices with
any in the market.
HATS AXD CAPS!
Silk Hats. Stove Pipe nats. Black and Wbite
rxc Sbin Maim V Uta. Itliuk and Krown
Planters' Hats, Soft Hats, also Summer Hats of
I all sorts, slice and. prices, wbicn will oe sola
chwp, cheap, cheap! AT SCTLUF'S
Tha T1a i hnv Shir til. Collars. Cravats.
s...r Ti. P.wkt ll.Uif... Kid (ilnves. Buck
Gloves'. Driving Gloves, Gauntlets, Mittens, Lin-
Idershirts and Drawers. OvershirU. Hickory
Shirts, Hosiery, and other tilings loo numerous
to mention, is at a u i L,ir i b.
TO COUNTRY DEALERS.
W !! Goods at wholesale as low as at
St. Louis, Kansaa City, or Leavenworth. Give
us a call.
A large stock just received, at SCTLIFF'S.
Mr. S. employs the BEST OF WORKMEN,
and with the assistance nf SINGLK S ilKBf
CLASS SEWING MACHINE, is prepared to
make to order on tbe most reasonable tkkms.
and with great dispatch, COATS, VhsrS
and PANTS, in the latest New York and Boston
Styles, and a perfect fit guaranteed.
CUSTOM MADE CLOTHIXG "
Kept constantly on hand, and sold at moderate
prices to suit the baud times. Give us a call
and we will do you good in the way of workman
ship, good material and genteel fits.
uet. !C, 1CJ.
, W.BABCOCft. WM. H. B. LTKIKg-
BABCOCK 4; 1,KI.S,
Bankers & Dealers in Exchange,
' Lawrence, Kansas.
BILLS OF EXCHANGE. Checks. Certificates
of Deposit. Gold and Silver Coin, te.,boaght
and sold. . ..
We will make collections and remit promptly
-, Ban. nf H.k,n. nn fl.V of tMLV-
l U.it.;. ;
kTTJtJli. '. IMV, irali
' The Snbcribcr
BEGS leave to inform the eitiaen of Law
kbm and rieinitv that he still eontiases to
I occupy his old stand. 3! and at Vermont street.
next door nortn ot toe jonnsou oouae,ana is
I prepared to manufacture all a mas ot
WAGONS AND PLOWS
in the most workmanlike manner, and on very
reasonable terms, from tne Den aina si OJ.A-
soti u iuts.
Also. BLACK.SMJTHLNG does to sort eas-
I'.Hi.iiitr utMSM esia so nurtA sevfr
INO. Having seeored the eerriees of the bert
Farrier and Shoer in tbeeeentry. (Mr. G.CookJ
he (Utters himself that better satisfaction eaa
be bad in this department, uaa eaa oe gives IS
aay other shop in town, and ja as easap. t
f ),- nn hand a lot of Wagons for the Pike's
- ihMi v ttm vmv. ana wmrrsniea-
Pk amivratioa. They are well made and of
sewosed lumber, and ao pains spared to make
than what n aeons lor tnat ousineae eucnt u
ae. Please call and examine before Darehasing
elsewhere. - - BAEfH C. D1X.
M. B. Core taken for anything I have to sell.
at market pneea.
' - -- HASKELL) -
-rCTfCAL ARCHITECT A5D SUPERIS
X TENDENT, Ne. Haaaaeb-setu St., Law
imn.ailHsi. - daa.a.wsjr
', : I9FOBTAHT FACTS '..-
Fsr Eastward Beanl' Trarelen !
Read a Pbesibve fob Fcttbi Rsfsbexci !
TJnpsrallelad Spaed and Comfort from the Frontier
10 us sea snore! , -
ISAtTGCBATIOM OP A SEW ERA IX THE EISTOBT
OP AA-N3AU ASO SEBEASKAl
CHICAGO, BCRLINUTOX t QCLNCT B, B,
ON and after August 17. 1RS9, travelers from
Western Missouri. Kansas and Nebraska.
can start trom fit. Joseph at 6 A, M.,
Arrive at Ouinov
at .w r. . same aay.
at 7.15 A.M. next "
at 6,30 P. M. " "
at4.lt) P.M. " .
at 9.45 P. M. "
at 2-i5 A. M.Sad
- Mirot liridgeat 4.0U M. M.
" Buffalo at 4.46 A. M. " " "
- Philadelphia at 5.16 P.M. "
" New York at 9.30 P. M. "
14 Boston at Midnight, "
Time from St. Joeeph to New York 3, boors,
- Huston m -INCLUDING
No Route except via Qnincy and Chicago can
make this time. From tiuincy eastward, sleep
ing ears on all night trains. Tickets via this
Route for Sale at all the offices, and oa the Boats
of the Hannibal and St. Joseph Railroad. Pur-
ehasetbrough tickets and save money, ite sure
andgettioketsvia the ChicagnandOuincy route.
t. u. minioM), tien iaup t.
Sam'L Powell, Gen'l Ticket Agt.
D. S. LOVEJOY.Agent, St. Joseph.
City Fire Ininranee Co. of Hartford.
Caab Capital, I25O.0O0, all paid 1st.
ASSETS, JAXCABT 1ST, 1859.
Cash Items, including 936,635.78 in
liank - -- -- -- --
Bank Stock k Bonds. market valne
- - 3S,9R5 78
Leans on Mortgages, Bank Stocks
orother approved securities - -Balance
on Books, Interest due, and
i Office Furniture - - - - - -
1 Total asset - - - 308,231 48
Total liabilities for losses not due - 16,465 11
O. B. BOWERS, President.
C C. Waits, Secretary.
General Agency for the Western States at
W. B. LOUNSBURY General Agent.
S. H. Price, Assistant General Agent.
GEORGE FORD, Agent, Lawrenee.
i Feb,5 :
UnnnM.ol - O ,L T-:lJ
JJ. UUlllUUl (V 10L. J USC Oil ItUlilUuU,
- . I
NEW ROUTE OPENED FOB THE
EAST AND SOUTH.
Cy and after MONDAY. FEBRUARY 28. this
Road will be oDened for ba&iaesa. ihroach
oat the entire length. Passenger traina will
leuve St. J oseph every morning, running through
in eleven bourn, and making sure and close con
nection with Packets up and down the Missis-
: : ui j ii .. i) :t .1 1 : 1 -a. J
sii'Pi ivivcr, buu ii uio xutiiruau Sirica ciwb aim 1
South. A Line of PackeU will run in eonnec-
.!th tl,. T)..mA lntfa t.fr T ncanh frA kt 1 V
w.oaa v A t la t,ua Aiooui aaarvea kviv aueupui t.u auv
Bluffa. nn thn nnAninr nf naTisration- StiurA
Lines connect at St. Joseph from all parts of
-.ansas, Nebraska and nesternlowa. travelers
from Nebraska and Western Iowa will find this
the quiokeet, easiest and cheapest route to all
points on the Mississippi River and East.
Through tickets can be nad at the office in St.
Joseph, for nearly all parts of the oountry.
P. B. Gkoat, General Ticket Agent.
Fob. 19. 1S5B.
jr. P. Kebinaon.
"OCNTY SURVEYOR, of Douglas. Resi-
dence near the head of VI ashineton Creek.
Ho is always ready to attend to all business per
taining to his professiou. Post office address, at
April 30, 1859, tf.
The Eclectic Cellege of Medicine,
THE WINTER SESSION of W59-60 wiU com-
mence about the middle of October, and
.nntinii.lllaMlr, A full .nil thnrnitvli .nnmOf I
Lectures will be given, oocupying six or seven I
hours daily, with good opportunities for Clinical
Instruction at the Commercial Hospital, and at
tention to practical Anatomy.
The arrangement of the chairs will be as fol-
W8' J.F. JUDGE, M.D., '
Protestor of Chtmiitry and Pharmacy,
T. E. St. JOHN, M. D
Professor of Anatomy and Physiology
Professor of Surgery.
C. H. CLEAVELAND, M. D,
Professor of Materia Medial and Therapeutic.
WM. SHERWOOD, M. D.,
Professor of Medical Practice and Pathology.
JOHN KING, M. D-
Professor of Obstric and" Disease of Women
J J .A(HMrn J
J. R. BUCHANAN. M. D..
Mmtritu Professor of Cerebral Physiology and
Insiauie oj Jtaltctne.
The, Terms for the Session will be the same
heretofore, viir Martioulation, t" oo ; Tuition,
920 00; Demonstrator's Ticket, 5 00. (Every
w r l. i rmi i rH li enffagn in dtssaetion one
seMion before gradual
lion.; aospii Aieaet,
S on rnntinnal.t Graduation. 825 00.
The Lecture-Rooms are newly finished, neat.
and comfortable, amd in a central locality, in
Cnllava Hall. Walnut Street.
Tinkets for the session may be obtained of the
Lvxa nf the Faculty, at his office. No. 65 Eighth
Street, or of Prof. C H.Cleaveland, Secretary of
the faculty, no. ij neventn street, near rim.
wou.1 Ai-ivi. at. xi.
Apr. 8. '59.
The College Journal of Medical
A MONTHLY Magazine of 48 pages, conducted
hvthe Kacultvot the Eleotic College of Medi
cine, is published at One Dollar a Year, payable
in advance, ine volume oi tne uvnrmu com
mences with the year. Communications forsub
scrintion. or for specimen numbers, should be
directed to ...
139 Seventh Street, Cincinnati, O,
Apr. 2. '59.
' Lawrence Poet Office.
rriHE MAILS Close and Arrive at this Office
at tne loiiowiog uuuio i
Eastern Mail, 9 P. M. Eastern Mail,
Western " P. M. Western " 5
Northern " 9 P. M. Northern "
So'n (SuTuTh)B A. .H. o ntourui n;a
Sumner,(Sun.)9 " Sumner, (Tu.) 6 "
Emporia, (Th.) 9 " Emporia, (Tu.) 8 -
Humboldt,(Su)9 " UumboldU'lWB "
Paola, (Tues.) 8 A. M. Paola, (Wed.) 6 "
S. K- HUSOJf, r. M.
Lawrence, April 8, 1859.
XT IM BALL BROTHERS have now in operar
IV t,on their foundry ana .tiacnine vtoras.
and are prepared to turmsn -Mill wore ot an
t;VT. K.!,h i'.,t n,l Wrought. STEAM KN-
lji.cr ntrtou. ivt cio, ... ,
THRESHING MACHINES, and all kinds of
Machinery neeaea in n.ansas. ouviug long icik
th. nwl nf Works of this kind ourselves, we
have fitted up our manufactory with a view to
the wants ef Kansas, and feel confident we can
give perfect satisfaction to all wishing Machine
ry. Give us a call before purchasing elsewhere.
Particular attention paid to repairs. Old Cast
Iron wanted. KIMBALL HUOTHUS.
August 3H. '58.
HAAS & BROTHER,
TOBACCO AND CIGAR
V7 nAI!f STREET, "77
Below the Post OtBce,
ALL of oor goods will be sold at Sew York
and Virginia prices, transportation added.
August u, '. iy.
Attorney and Connsellor at Law
OFFICE IX THE COURT HOUSE,
TTP Every kind of Law Business promptly
atteaaea to. -
' . - . . . . k-w w
PAPEK ! rAPEK ! PAPElt :
TTTHOLESALK AND RETAIL, at St. LosJi
II u. VRAVK ROKK.RTS.
Sept. 17. W.
Dr. 8. B. PBEHTIS8,
WILL resume the Practice of Medicine and
Surgery, in Lawrenee and vicinity.
Office at the Drug Store of Prentiss Grix-
Apru . tt
nr. e. arm-iFF,
Tl TEBCHAST TAILOR, wholesale and retan
. . : . , , ... it . . fy
atx neater m viiotns, iutning, new, tn, sou 1 r 1 1 uu.,ij 1 a. 1 ,,. wun- vut
Gent's Karnisb ing Goods, Eldridge House, two I a- lee ting Agent, Marysville, Marshall county.
doors South ot main entrance.
IT Y see advertisement. .
May 14. 1859.
v. c. tolles, n. i.t
Massachusetts Street. Lawrenee, Kan-
axy. special auenuoa to u
it E. ALLEN, ,
WHOLESALE AND KETAIL-
Iain, bet. Delaware and Shawaee Sti.,
. LIAVENWDRTH CIH, KANSAS,
. PEALEB la
DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
PAINTS. OILS, VARNISHES, BRUSHES.
Dyes, Window Glass Ware, Perfume
ry, Soaps, Fine Chewing Ti bacco, Old Bourbon
and Rie Whiskey. Mtdicnl Wines and Brandies,
4'ampbeno. Uurning Fluid. Lard and W halo Oil.
otand, oiu and suspension Lamps,
GENUINE PATENT MEDICINES,
NOTIONS, and a full Stock ef
Making the largest and most complete assort
ment of good", in his line.in tbeTerritory which
he will sell to Physicians and Dealers generally,
at thelowest CASH PRICES.
R. E. ALLEN.
Leavenworth, Kov. 6, IP. tf.
aj im icencr ana Laa Office.
EDWARD HOOGLAND. ATTORNEY AND
Counsellor at Law and United S(ata m-
missioncr, Tccomseb, K. T.
rre-emption business and contested claims at
tended to. V! iTtfv t.l liin t, r-4nmtarn, I.KnH
Warrants located. Claims and Town Shares and
Lots in all DarU of the Territory, bought and
sold. Investments made for capitalists, and
per cent, satisfactorily guaranteed.
Refebenckl: HisExc'y John W. Geary, Le
compton, K. T.. Hon. John MeKean, U. S. Dis
trict Attorney. '. Y. City: Hon. W. A.M.
AUffhan. and Thomas N. S'inson. Ma..TMnm.
seh. K. T. anitf
Beiaenyer, Fealon Co
iAn IT A YE jnst opened on Water, between Dela
L,o) 11 wan9 nd sawne0 , a Wholesale and
I : ...li: i a :-aI -r : j
Retail Kstablishinent, consisting of Foreign and
uomestie narawaro, iron, aus, ana rituourgr
II . , . . : It 1 . l I
I Stoves, Stove Furniture, Ac. A large assortment
ot -oeks. Hinges, Screws, (. tiains, lamp Kettles,
Cuttlery, Carpenter's Tools, Bellows, Anvils,
Vices, Forks, Shovels, Wood and Chain and
Force Pumps, Axes, Rifle, Scales, Butcher's
Tools, Paint Mill-, Corn Mills, Hand Bells, Tape
Lines, Cast and Blister Steel, Brushes, Ac, and
alt cair be purchased obn for cash. m'Mti
uenveawonu. juar -, '" .
TOHN M. COE. ATTORNEY AT LAW will
" practice in all the Distriot Courts and in the
supreme Uourt ot tne territory, ae nas naa
long experience in pre-emption practice in an
other State, and will give special attention to
all eases in tho Land Unices.
Jtfereneee. Any lawjer of standing in Wis
consin, The Protouors ot the l ale Loilee Law
A. B. Mr. V. 1 AOTABT PUBLIC.
J U FIB 27.
Boots k Sboeal Ilata at Cape.
T w nr.vtu jl n VUll Vd iipi I? 17
T W. BpLK A CO.. WHOLJiSALil, A KL-
tail dealers in
BOOTS AND SHOES. HATS AND CAPS
Second story Jarboe's new storehouse. Levee.
Kansas City. Mo. Oct. 3.
E. D. Lnda,
NOTARY PUBLlCfor Douglas County, Regis
ter of Deeds for the City of Lawrence, and
Conveyancer. Will tuka acknowledgements.
proofs of Deeds and other instruments in writ
ing, draw up conveyances, powers of attorney,
Ae. Blank Deeds for sale. Otfioe No. 14 Massa
chusetts street, Lawrenee, Kansae.- - sN tf.
, L. McARTHUB, '
ATTORNEY, Lecomptun, K. T. Will prac
tice in the District Courts, and attend to
contested claims in the Laud OfSee. Of&ce oppo
site American Hotel. Ij4)
r. D. BIDENOt'B. H. W. BAIEB,
UIDENOCB tc B1EEH)
G 110 CUTIS,
And Dealers in PRODUCE.
Atso, Agents for
tho sale of GUNPOWDER.
48 Massachusetts Street, Lawrence.
Heaaler( Bussell Ac Ce.,
A'o. lull, -sees,
Lbaveswobtu, ----- Kas.as.
TTriUILKSALE DEALERS in stanle and
W fancy Groceries, Wines, Liquors, Cigars,
Tobacco, Ac, Ac.
We are now in receipt of the HhAVlbM
STOCK OF GROCERIES WEST OF ST.
I.OL Iri. Purchasing our stock in New York,
Baltimore and New Orlcai.'S. almost entirely for
cash, we are enabled to sell to the eountry trade
ti.t- Louis whole5ale rr,k'e,9;
e are paying pniiupt att
paving prompt attention to tne tor-
warding of all Goods con.-isued to our care.
Leavenwortn, Aug. r, a..
Basctt & llrackett,
23 Massachusetts Street, corner of Winthrop,
attomcjis at aalu antKSencral
WILL BUV, SELL AN1 LfcAr; im
proved and Wild Lands, City and illage
Property, enter Lands on time tor actual set
tlers, pay taxes, examine and furnish abstracts
General information given concerning every
locality in Kansas, from antual observation.
v m liuy, neu. aim i.m:i- iuu 'iuw.
w;u n,atiA 1.nw in the several Courts of
this Territory, and prosecute claims against the
Will m.b. f.nilnptii,ns inanmart of Kansas.
and remit funds atcurrent rates of exchange.
Will make applicationstor liounty uanu vt ar
rant s and Pensions.
Will execute all kinds of legal instruments.
Will negotiate loans on Real Estate security.
Particular attention paid to Conveyanoing.
Janro, i'J tt
FEVER AND AGUE !
FOREMOST among the various remedies for
. this disease stands
DH. SHALLEMBEHdEH'S Aim DOTE. '
A few doses will cure any ordinary ease, and ONE
DOSE invariably stops the chills. It contains
nothing in the least degree hurtful toTHE SYS
TEM CNDfc.lt ANY C1KCUAISTANCES, and
neverproducestbeunpleasanteffecta that attend
the use of quinine and other agents in general
use. It cures every form of tbe disease, aud ia
the original and
ONLY ANTIDOTE FOB MALARIA.
Ask for Dr. Shallenbereer'a Fever and Ague
Antidote, and be sure you get PILLS.
Bead the following testimony :
Ovn W. (lnonatrn. Vrct . Attnrner and Gen
eral Land Agent, now of Uranby, Newton county.
jio., out at tnat time s re-iucui oi .iwnuw i al
ley. K,T., writes as follows:
I am mnra than aver of the oninion that BO
other one medicine socompletely meets the wants
of our people as your pills. Last fall, in this
region, but one person in my knowleugo escaped
tue Ague. Jiany naa it an tnrouga tne vmwr,
and enntinned to hare it this soring. I sold
eight bottles, all for the treatment of these almost
chronic eases, aod.it has given in every ease the
mmit -Arfect satisfaction: and 1 believe tne nrst
dose has in every instance stopped tbe disease,
Ui these eight cases, permit me to give you tne
faol. with mrard to two of them: The first WAS
that of a girl of fifteen years, who bad the Ague
badly all last fall bad remittent fever and dumb
ague nearly an niuiri, auu w i.ui. ,.i.i
. : 1 . 1 - 1 mf.nltil. i rrvirtt l.nlv KiAWinr thifl.
h I ttt wl.rM - , ' ibi. . M - .
would in ordinary eases, bnt to my great aston
iT,mnl and irr&tification . the first dose stopped
I the fever, (remittenO and I supposed tbe other
difficulty has also been removed, as the rosea on
h., l,r.M, fiuil eheeks seem to indicate fine
health, which stbeiwise would hardly be the
case. . . . . ,.,,
The other case u tkit ot a yonng mac living in
the same family. He had the Fever and Ague
hHlv -II Im f.ll and winter o he informs me:
th.Cmtrinuiif th-mllisunedil.ndhe has not
lostan hour from his work since he began to take
and building fence ever since, and makes a first
rate hand at this laborious business. He now
says that ten dollars would be a small price for
the benefit be hasreiveaA" ',
April th, lew. ur,u.,w . uuuun,n,
Wnrrair. Uo .Xaa. 20th. 1857,
We consider the orosneet for the sale of your
medicine here very nattering, and we shall,
doubtless, be able to dispose of much larger
quantity the coming season. We have not heard
of a single ease of failure.- Infaet.it has nearly
thrown out of market every other preparation
for the cure of Fever and Awe.
I UtklO KTUUe, 1-WIQHVV, xasMi. a ari,, ua..- a
BLAKSLEY, St. Louis, Mcv; and by PraggisU
I ana acaiers everywn-r-. o.r iron.
. T. SHALLENBERGER k CO.
twmm T. BnrTls, .
lloviey. at. Law,
' OLATHE, JOHXbOS CO.; K. T. '
Jan. . KS.-ly
3. E. CL1BDI,
1 . Minnrvv km Vktsr J ! - 1
1 4 uiy u, .-em.
8. C. BtrgSElL
ATTUK1N i Y ' AT JiA W ,
, LawKiMi BJUisas.
Wholesale and Retail,
O. S. THOMPSON & CO.
LAWREXCE BOOT & SHOE STORE
No. 34 raaaaavchnaetta Streets
WHERE there may be fonnd oneof the largest
and best selected stocks of
BOOTS AND SHOES
In Kansas Territory, comprising every variety of
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN'S wear.
Gents' Kip Hoota, welted and double sole.
Cent' Heavy Grain lioota, with high
Gents' Heavy Calf Boots of all kinds,
bents' Fine French Calf, pump sole
Genta Fancy Shoes and Slippers of
Gents Buffalo Over Shoes.
Gents' Hair Linea Calf Boots.
Gents' Buffalo Boots, foxed with calf.
BOYS, YOUTHS AND CHILDREN'S
Boots and Shoes of all kinds.
MISSES' SHOES AND GAITERS.
LADIES' LACED BOOTS of all kinds.
LADIES' CONGRESS BOOTSof every desorip
LADIES' BCSKINS AND SLIPPERS.
LADIES'HEAVY SHOES of all kinds.
We buy directly of the MANUFACTURERS,
and can and will sell as low as any other dealer
Oct. 15, '59. G. S. THOMPSON & CO.
FRAZER & HUGHES.
WATCHMAKERS AD JEAYELERS,
WATCHES. CLOCKS. JEWELRY. CCT
lery, Plated Ware, Fancy Good. Musical
Instruments and Yankee Notions. Also dealora
in COLT'S RE VOLVERS. Double Water Proof
Percussion Caps, and Bowie Knives.
We are selling at greatly reduced prices
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry thoroughly and
Right Hand of Entrance,
June 25, '50, -. Lawrence, K. T.
ATTORNEY AT LAW and commissioner of
Deeds for Iowa and Now York. Particular
attention given to procuring and toeating land
warrants, pre-empting claims, Ac. Ofuoe at
Nov. 89, 1M6.
The Teetb! Tne Teeth!!
DR. S. A. MARSHALL, DENTIST. WOULD
respectfully inform tbe citizens of Kansas
Territory, that he hat permanently located in the
city of Leavenworth.
All operations in his line performed in the
latest, neatest, and most approved manner. With
an experience of sixteen years in aeity practice,
and a close observation of all the latest improve
ments in the profession, he feels prepared to
pledge himself to give entire satisfaction to all
whn may consult him.
iLr" Teeth examined, and advice given, froc of
Oflioe on Delaware street, opposite McCrack
en's. Leavenworth City, Jan. 3, 1K57.
(GENERAL LAND AGENTS, and pkalebs
T in Land Warrants, Lecompton, Kansas;
Office, one door south of the Executive Office,
Will attend to all business connected with the
Land Office, entrusted to their care.
1'KK-KMPTons. Takb Noticr. The necessary
Proof Papers, Ac, wiil be made out Free of
Chargo, for Pre-emptors who purchase Land
Warrants of us. We have been engaged for the
fast year in preparing the necessary Proof
'apers, Ac, required in Pre-emption entries.
Land W abbants of all sizes for sale, and in
all cases fully guaranteed. Land Warrants also
loaned on Time, at usual rates. ml:tf
Saddle and Harness Emporium,
J. G. SANDS
HAS the largest Establishment West of St.
Louis. Emigrants on their way to the
mines, will here find a complete assortment of
Saddles and Harness, &c.,
Made expressly for the
NEW ELDORADO TRADE.
Fanners and others will eontinue to receive
their full share of attention, at the " (Jkbat
VIESTebii." Jan. s, .
CIIURCIULL & CRAWFORD,
Car. Winthrop and Kentneky Sts.
MR. CHURCHILL thanks thepublte for tbe
kind patronage with which they have
favored him for the latt few years, and invius
their attention to this card. He bas taken a
partner Mr. E.D. Cbawford who ia a skillful
and experienced Blacksmith, in all its branches.
They are now prepared to execute all orders in
both branches of their basiness upon the short
est notice, and upon reasonable terms. We shall
endeavor to keep constantly on hand ready made
V agons and Carnages, and all sites of Hubs.
Spokes.Felloes, Iron, Ae.. for fumiehing eountry
customers. We invite tne public, in general,
to give as a call, before purchasing elsewhere.
- OtU, t. llftIllL,Lf,
April 10, " E. It. VUAWI'VUV,
CALEB 8. PKATT,
Conveyancer tad Real Estate Agent,
Office, corner of liass. and 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 famished.
COLLECTIONS made and promptly remitted
in current funds. LAND WARRANTS sold
and loaned on commission. Taxes paid and
money invested for non-residents.
N. B, Calks S. Pbatt. by virtue of his
. r f ... r1 1 u m i.nMi. rn-, i. .
UUICDUI lUHUIl V. 1.. 1 Wl ..uu., IB
thorised to administer oaths and take acknowl
edgments and depositions. Jan.e, W. ly
GENERAL ENGRAVER, So. 13 Chemut
Street, opposite City Hall. M. Loau. Mo,
Particular attention given to Seals.
April is, us.
F. II. Berkaa
XTOTARY PrilLlC AND CONVEYANCER.
i-v Office at bis residence ia Bloomington,
February ith. tK lyr
G. W. Brawns
A TTORNET AT LAW, Commie titmer for all
in. the Northern ceatet, Boantr Land ana r ELI
SION AGENT, and General Agent for the pur
chase and sale of Real Estate, location of Land
n arrant, Ae.
Office in Uxbalo or Fbbibom Builbido. see
ad Soer. Lawrenee. Kansas.
S. K. Hasan, 91. D.
TTnvrriiviTnin Ph.in and Surgeon,
Xlwould respectfully inform the public : that he
. m.nntl. ntA in lAVnUICS. and WOUKl
tender bis professional services to those who
may be inclined to favor Homawpatby. Office in
the Johnson House, Ko. 31 and 33, Vermont
... BURLJXGAME, K. T
' Late Council City Settlement MM,,
THE Mills at this peint have been InsneeeM.
f ul operation for the last sii montbs; the K.
gine and other machinery is of the fir-t class, t
which more is now being added. We bsve a
Urist Mill, aud a bolt for making Superfine F loir
ia now being erected. Planing. Shingle at.
Lath Machines will soon be in operation. Hor.
lingame is one of the live towns of Kansas, offtt.
ing great inducements to capitalists to invest
anil business men to settle. The prospects for
Dusmetis, witn tne iimjiiiliob ana appiiauets ror
building, and making a pleasant home.with tnni
Socioty, are not surpassed by any interior toa
in this country.
BCHTJTLER k CAXNIFF
BurUngame, May 8, lb&7.
SaTc.TIillet Saw-milst SawOUU
' JOItXSO! E1VEBSOS,
PIASA FOUNDER Y. corner of Eighth aid
Belle Streets. Alton, Illinois, sole Manufae
tureraof their celebrated "Challenge " cat imn
frame CIltCULAK SAW-M11.L, capable of saw.
ing from 5000 to ISOUO feet, surface measure. hard
lumber, in li hours, according to site of Mill,
and power applied.
Steam Engine, Flue and Tubular Boilers,
Lard Tanks, Wrought and Sheet Iron Work,
Sash and Huley Saw-Mills. Flouring Hill Ma
chinery, Lard and Tobacco Screws, Ac. Ae,
0 Orders respectfully solicited. Address a
N. B. Small Portable Engines and Boilers for
Farming and Shop purposes.
Machinery for Kansas and Missouri de
livered on !.eve in St. Louis free of charge.
"WILL take notice that the subscriber propo-
to tell cheap for cash tbe following
Shares in Wyandotte,
." " Quindaro,
" " Kawantie.
Amerieus, Ao. Ae.
Also a 1ar-e number of lots in Lawrence, sev
eral of wbicb are first class business locations.
I will sell on time to those who wish to improre
lots in this town.
Uaye. S. B. PRENTISS.
SLATER & J01INS0N,
Forwarders and Commission Merchants,
KO. 30 LEVEE, ST. LOUIS, 110.
Prompt and persona attention paid to business
JAMBS CHRISTIAN. JA3.LASI
C1IKISTIAM k LANE,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office. Dnncta
Kuilding, Lawrence, Kansaa Territo.
They are Connnisi'iiinera for all the Wciitem
States. They will attend to collections in Kan
sas, Nebraska, Western Missouri and Iowa
Mr. Christian having bad large experience in
the business, will attend to making invest
ments in Town property and Lands Ho will re
ceive fur loan or sale, land warrants at a fair
The Kansas struggles being over, Mr. Lane will
devote himself emctueicely to the practice, and
trusts by strict at tention to business, to rveeive
a portion of the business of the people of Kan
sas. January 99th. 18SS. mej 29th
I. SIMMONS. r. 0. LIADBlATIB.
SIMMONS k LEAD1-EATER. Forwarding
and Commission Merchants and Kansas
Freight Agents, No. South Main St., St. Louis,
Mo. Full information given to all as to routes
points, Ac, free of Charge. .
Refer to S. C. Pomcruy.C. Robinson, A. H.
Roeder, O. W. Drown, Dr. C. Cutter, K. t'oates
National Kansas Coinraittee.and our friends, the
tree Utate men of K ansae.
Mark nackagoe Care of Simmons A Leadbeat
er, St. Louis, lo, . .
Ueneral ticket agenU for Missouri River
THE undersigned bas been appointed in ac
cordance with theprovifinnsofalAwpaio.ed
by the Territorial Legislature, Recorder fur the
Pawnee Itnd District, All instruments of what
ever kind, affecting the title of any real estate
in this Ijind District mny be recorded in his
office, and be equally a lien on the real estate
described therein as if filed in the county in
which such real estate is situated.
i. A. REYNOLDS.
Lawrence. K. T., Feb. th -5X.
TTORWAKDINO and Commission , Mere
xv and dealer in Foreign aud Doinostie Liq
NO. f, LEVEE, ALTON, ILL. Warehou
mediately on Keokuk and Quiney Packets Land
185 A. B. Itliller, 188S
WHOLESALE CKOCER. Forwarding and
Commission Merchant. Also, general
Steitmboat Agent and Collector. New Ore-proe
building, No. HW, Levee, Leavenworth City
OODNTV JDDOI. RiU
K. T., Attorney. Counsellor ana
Solicitor in Supreme and U.S. Courts, and Uen
I Land Agent, Manhattan, K. 1.
Oldham a Faxon'a Kleat market.
X6. 31 2fnsachu$ett Street.
WHOLESALE and Retail Dealers in FRESH
MEEK. KIKK. MUTTON, LARD, SAU
SAGES. WILD AND TAME UAME, BACON
SALT PORK. PORK AN I) HAMS, Ac.
Fanners aud olhuni tjtke notice that we py
the highest price forlllUES, POULTRY AND
PRODUCE, aud that in cash-mind that I
JOHN A. HALDBBM AN.
WM. 8T ANI.IT.
a TTnnvrvn ati.aw
Lcavon worth City
V. K. T. Will practice in the Superioraud In-
ferior Courts of the Territory!
and promptly remitted.
Jan w iy-
t'lalms For stale.
T HAVE SKVKKAL tlOOD CLAIMS ON
X hand for sale in which thereare great baraains
as the owners are f -jing to leave the Territory
r.uquire oi e jux,ov 1110 a&a.. a.i. vuw
J. K. Uoadln,
ATTORNEY AT LAW AND REAL ESTATE
AGENT, will execute Deeds, Mortgage, Ac.
bur and sell land aud town lots, invest 111. men in
Kansas property.for others withcare and prompt
ness. . Lawrence. Kansas. Xov. 8, 158. x-la.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Grocer and
Iron Dealer, Receiving, Forwardiag and
Commission Merchant, Levee. South Cnerokee
street. Leavenworth City, K. T. Nov. ; '56.
HOLIDAY. TH08. . THOBNTON.
llalldar t Thsratsai
LAWYERS AND LAND AGENTS. Topeka
K. T. February l,
Fruit Trees 1 Frnlt Trees!!
WE HAVE grafted Apple trees i to7 feet tall.
Peach. Pear, and Cherry trees. Also,
Currant and Gooseberry bushes. Pie I lant.
Grape Vine", Raspberry and Uwton Blackber
ry builies, Ouiuees, Ac, for sale at our Nurseyr,
at Judge Wakefield's, between Lawrenoe aud
Leeompton. Give u. JfJJES:
February 5th, 1"M,
bob't b. mitchbll. btbom F. ATBBB
- Mitchell ic A j-res,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Parie. Lisa Co..
Kansas. Will Practice in tbe Courts, of
Linn, Bourbon, Anderson and Lykini Counties.
General attention given to .ousouou
l. m. ainpsea,
VTOTARY PUBLIC.OfEce No. 7. Massaebusetti
Office hours A.M. to 1
Deo. IS.W tf
TO LOAN, for Thirty-One Dollars less tbaa at
Lecoinpion. Alo, Money to loan on real
estate security. By U. M. R1MPS).
Lawrence. June 13. IK.-tf Notary ruouc.
Mr. Da Eeei
TS ALWAYS prepared td take PICTURES
J- nf anr style, in all kinds of weather, ai his
Gallery in Lawrence. Those wishing to send a
Likeness by letter to their friends, can ooiaiu
one, which will make no extra postage, and war
ranted to please. Please call and examine spe
cimens. Jan. 1,
ALL PERSONS owing GEORGE FORD are
hereby notified that unless they forthwith
settle their account with the subscriber, be will
Uke tbe requisite legal steps for the collection
of the debt. LEMUEL FILLMORE.
Office In tbe Court House, Lawrence.
DR. t KELLOGG, 1
jrp office over Wilmarth'a store, ir .
- Emery k Shaw,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
LAWRENCE, KAN'S AS.
TO Office. No. 30 Massachusetts Street
CHINSLKY. JNO. W. BCSSBU, MAT. -
. , HEKtLEI) B18SE1.I. CO.,
nOKWARDINO AUD COMMISSION MER-
JP CHANTS, wholesale dealers in Oroceries.
Wines, Liquors, Cigars; and Steamboat Aga.
No. 100 Levee, Leavenworth City, a., 1,
May 14,1.- If, . . . . i
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