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ATCHISON, FEBRUARY 3, 1855.
TO THE PATRONS OF THE
DEMOCRATIC PLATFORM.
The im'fcrsigned would ask as a favor,
that his oU Patrons who are indebted for
Suterription, Job Work, or Advertising,
would forward the respective amounts due,
mined iatety. The new enterprise ! we
have embarked in, requires capital, and as
we have depended on the debts due us for
a part of that capital, it is particularly nec
cssary that we should receive every dollar.
Subscribers who have paid in advance,
will receive the ' "Squatter Sovereign."
Money enclosed in a letter, directed to the
undersigned, at Atchison, Kansas, Tcr.;
in the care of Abell & Striugfellow, Wes
ton, Mo., will be promptly received.
ROBERT S. KELLEY.
ESSWc call the attention of our readers
to our advertising colums; particularly to
the advertisement of the Port William
Trustees, as offering to speculators a chance
for investments by which much may be
realized. Port William is a beautifull site,
a few miles above Iatan; with fine timber
adjacent, and only three or four miles from
the California road. And also, to the
Atchison Ferry company's card, affording
to California, Oregon, Utah, and Kansas
Emigrants the nearest and t best crossing
on the river, Our old friend at Iatan, also
offers great inducements at his Ferry, to
Kansas Emigrants, and we can say " from
experience, that he can cross the , river
whenever any boats can. !(
frST We issue a few more papers this
week than our regular edition, and send
them to persons who ought to become sub
scribers. Those of our friends who may
receive them, who do not' wish to aid in
carrying on the "good work"" of making
Kansas a Slave' State, Will have their
names erased by returning the paper, with
their names and address upon it.' ,
As it is necessary that the Pro-Slavery
interests in this part of the Territory should
be looked after, it is to be hoped that all
who feel friendly to the cause, will, patron
ize us. -
i
California Poetry. We always
find at least one "gem of purest ray serene"
in the California papers. A Mr: Allen
Lee Bours, in an original poem lately de
livered before the Stockton Library Asso
ciation, thus "lets himself out," after de
live ring: a severe cast igajtion to naughty
boys for disrespect to their parents: .
"Indeed, my friends, far better would it seem,
Were you to choose the other great extreme
Like one down east, who an umbrella took;
And from the rain gave shelter to a duck;
Who to a limping dog once lent his arm, , -And
passing a setting hen said, don't rise
ma'am.
Nor e'en to lifeless things'respect did lack,
Said always to a chair, 'excuse my back. ,
Excuse my curiosity, he said to books, ,
And to th$ looking glass, 'excuse my looks. '
' MISCHIEF-MAKERS.";-
O, could there, in this world be found ,-
Rome little spot of happy ground,
Whore village pleasures might go round
Without the village tattling 1 ; .
How doubly blest that place would be,i .
Where all might dwell in liberty,
Free from the bitter misery ! l ;
Of gossip's endless prating. ' , .
Tiie Vashington correspondent of
the Baltimore Sun, says: ' ' ' !i ; ' ; ;
"The Sandwich Islands will be annexed
after all, and, as I verily believe, without
a protest cither from England or France.
The maritime equilibrium of .the world, re
quires that we should hold the Sandwich
Islands, while' the: interests of commerce
and civilization Avill best ' be promoted -by
our possession .of those islands.. .1 'r "
: . . . ! rr '.t ',(--
fu , Of Anaericans some pne .says :
"We are a great people indeed. We will
cut each other's, tliroats .a.bout abstractions,
but let calamity enter a household, and. the
heart of the million throbs as one man."
J 1 There were. tVenty-iive transports
and war vessels, be longing : to ' the allies
lost by a storm in the Black Sea; but- this
loss is not heavy when we remember' that
they have nearly six hundred vessels of all
classes in those waters. '" 1 1
. , Ki57 The ; population of., the .United
States ha3 increased 3 three htmdred and
thirty-seven per cent. luring the last fifteen
years. " 1 ; J:''.7.',"'! ." ' ; '! '
- - - - -
ESF The total population of the Island
of Cuba is set down at 1,000,000, white
50 1 ,9S0; 1 free colored, 1 76,647 ; ; slaves
330,429. ; ; .7. ,7 V .
EST", Editors who receive this ! number
of the "Squatter Sovereign, will confer a
favor bv. rslacinsr us on their exchange
lists. - s-: ,
KtS It is reported that the government
of IL-n luras has oflTercd- to sell Tiger Is
land to the, United States for 20,000.;',-;,';
Rum
Fudge Mc Lean, in a late judg
ment.m a mantiroe. case, said: "Ilum has
sunk more seamen than all the. tempests
that ever blew. "
JcSF Which has corned the most peo
ple, tight boots or brandy cock-tails Vu An
swer by return maiL .. . ' , 7
" EQ Negro men hired at Keytesville
Chariton county, on thes IsHh'sV. from $200
to 233. Womea averaged about S100.
: I' - Tlie South Carolina Senate has
rejected, the billW repeal the usury law!
The Slavery Question. North. Caroling !
Resolutions, - ' i
The subjoined resolutions on the slaverr
question Avere introduced into the house of
commons of North Carolina a few week?
since. The North Carolina .Standard in
commenting on their character and object,
says: "These resolutions are explicit.,
brief, practical. Less could not have wefi
been said more would have been useless.
They go at once to the great points iuvohi
ed in this vital question; and the fanatiefs
of the free States and those States them!-
selves are told, in solemn and emphatifc
terms, that North Carolina will resist any
further encroachments on her constitutional
rights, let the consequences be what thejp
may." '' ' 7y ' ' '.'; ".'
"Resolved, 'That the act passed at. the last
session f Congress providing territorial gov
ernments for Nebraska and Kansas - embracers
the true principle in relation to the power of
toe federal government on toe subject of slave
ry in the Territories. S
2. Resolved, mat the principle asserted In
said act on the question of slavery is a subject
or vital importance, upon which all southeij
men ought to unite. . . ?
3. Resolved, That the attempt on the part f
some of the States of the North to interfere
with slavery in the South is a flagrant viola
tion of the constitution of the United Statea,
and fraught with incalculable mischief to tl!ie
people of this State.
4. Resolved,- That the- preservation of the
rights of this State in a peaceful enjoyment f
the domestic institution of slavery is a para
mount dutv.
5. Resolved, That much praise is due to the
patriotic men who have boldlv maintained the
compromise of the constitution in the midst tf
the infuriated fanaticism of the North.
0. Resolved,. That this , State is determined
to resist any further encroachments upon heir
constitutional riehts. S
7. Resolved, That, in the event the federal
government Tepeal or impair the efficiency bi
the provisions of the t ueritive-slave law, or re
fuse to enforce its execution in good faith, fit
win amount io a virtual dissolution or me uji-
lon; and that it will become the duty of tts
State to take such measure as may be required
for her safetv and security. !
' 8. Resolved, That, if either of the' contii-
tion should arise during the recess of the gel
era 1 assembly, the Governor be requested .
convene that body, to the end that the rights f
me oiaie may oe maiutaineu. ...
"Resolved, Tliat a copy of these resolutions
be transmitted by the executive toeach of the
senators and representatives in congress irom
this Stats, to be laid before their respective
houses; and also a copy to the governors of the
respective states or tile union.-"- - ,
1835. iStts.
SEASON ARRANGEJlEST:
St. Louis and St. Joseph Packet Link.
' irpaw iv THE New Elegant and Fast R'r-
&i?0zpy ular Passenger Packet PujLAH
sSSTAR, E. F. Dix, Master,.w!ll
leave St. Louis, dnrtns the season, on every
tcreate TUESDAY, at 4 o'clock. P. M-, for
Glasgow, Brunswick,v Miami, Hill'a Landirjg,
vvaveriy, nerun, jexingcon, Wellington, vayi
den, Sibloy, Richfield, Liberty, Independence
Kansas, Parkville, Fort Leavenworth, Westfjn
Atchison, St. Joseph.' and intermediate poiius
Commencing her regular trips at the opening
ot navigation, win leave ou JjUUIB every alter
nate TUESDAY, as follows :
February 27th;
March 13th and 27t,
April 10th and 24th;
May 8th and 22d;
June 5th and 19th;
July 3d, 17th and3Jst;
August 14th and 28Lh
September 11th and 25th
October Dlh and 23(!;
November 6th and 20th
December 4th.
- KETURNrNG will leave St. Soseph every
alternate MONDAY at 10 o'clock, A. M., as
follows :
March 5th and I9lh: i. August 6th and 20th
April 2d,l6th and 30th; September 3d and 17th
May 14th and 2Sth; October 1st 15th and 29t
June ltth and 25th: November 12th and2Gth
July 9th and 23d; December 10th
Departing from St. Joseph Mondays at 10
o'clock, a. m., Atchison at 1 o'clock, p. m..
Weston luesdavs at 7 o'clock, a. m.. Fort
Leavenworth at 8. a. m., Parkville at 10, a
Kansas at 12,-m.. Wavne Citv at 1, r. m.- Lib
erty at 2, v. m., Richfield at 3, p. m., Sibley; at
4, p.m., Cam ben at o, p. M., Wellington at; 6.
m., Lexington, Wednesdays at 8 o'clock,' a.
m., liover at 9, a. M.Waverly at 10, a. in
Hill's Landing at 11, a. m., Miami at 1, p. m.
Brunswick at 2, p. m., Glasgow at 4, p. J.
Boonville at 5, p. m., and arriving in St. Loii
Thursday afternoon, in time for Louisville Mail
Boat9, and the evening lines of travel in every
direction. , . . . .. . ;
. No effort shall be.wnting on the part of her
present officers, to retain for the Polar Star, the
wide popularity which she has heretofore ac
quired, r.very requisite attention and acco.ra
modation will be cheerfully extended to passn
ger8 ; and shippers may reiv upon the utmost
punctuality and dispatch in the j delivery i of
lly ' H. M. BLOSSOM.
44
PORT
KAXSA$ TERRITORY. ; A.
miTIS new and beautiful Town site' is sitrn
-L ted on the Missouri River, in Kansas Tefri
torv. three or four miles above the town of ila
tan, in the heart of tlie most densely populated
part f Kansis'sorronnded.-by the finest roil
and nest timner in that lerritoryy with a nei
manent' landing,' commanding a view of the sh
er for severaL miles above and below. Tli
principal "part of said Town is located on a jed
of stone coal, ' of the best quality.' ; Arrarare-
ments are being made to have said stone doal
bed opened and wrought by Joint Stock Cm
pany early in the springs at which time tHere
win dc a saie or lots. a nereis now, m course
of erection, a srood steam Saw Mill, Which will
be In successful Deration in a few weeks: also
a large and commodious Tavern is in process of
erection which will be opened for the accom
modation or tne public in a short time. - i- -Persons
wishing to procure Lots- immediate
ly will nave opportunity of so doing, , tors Call
ing on ILenry. iiradly,. or. .Jonathan Itartntan
both of. whom Are .authorized Asrents to. SeV
and dispose. of lots, .and one-or both may atj all
times be. found onilie. premises,- ready .'to ac
commodate purchasers upon the most liberal
lei his. . . , ; : 1
H. B. Wallace,
Amos Rees,
Henry Df.bard,
II. C pRADDEY,
IL B. Herndox.
1 tf.
Jas. G. 'Sphatt, .
TV. C. REMMtXCTOX,
Jas TV. Bradley,
P. J. .Collins. . j
- Trusteed,
PETER T. ABKLL. BEN. T. STRINGFELLO
A D E LL & STRI NG FELLO W
(LATE OP BRUNSWICK, MO.)
.VV- 1 ATTORNIES AT LAWV ? " r ,
Westpa, ' Platte CoTiaty, Kissoxirii
""T 7"ILL ATTEND to any bnsiness conftded
to them, in the following counties, tiz:
PlatteClay, Buchanan, Andrew -and Clinton.
Also, at. Atchison, Kickapoo City and Leaven
worth, in Kansas Territory, : ; . -j s:
Particular attention given to , aetlieg
and collecting claims.: . . 1 ly ,
. GI7IYS! GUXSn.GUarS!!!; , ,
"VTrfOOLFOLK &. CO., have jnst-received a
;V V v splendid lot of Guns of the? very finest
finish, and made by ths best manufacturer in
the United States. Those ia want of good
Guns had better call on us soon, as they sell
rapidly. ; - .; - ' -
Weston, Mo. ltf. - -
JNO. WILSON, --r t'' ' ROBERT ? CLARE.
' . WILSON & CLARK.
ATTORNEYS AND COUNCELORS AT
UW j Their office at Platte City, Mis
souri. . " ltf.
E. S. WILILIXSOX, .
A TTORNEY AT UW, and Real F.sUt
XjL Agentj Weston, Missouri.,,
THE frlOJTEER STORE.
ASPSLlG, STEjVEXS & CO.
Corner of Main ana Water Streets.
PARKVtl.Lt-, mo.,
HAVE 'just opened at fcheir old Stand one of
the largest and mosti varied assortment of
Drv Good. Hardware and Groceries, thit have J
ever been xibited in uppr Missouri. We are I
now prepared to sell at wholesale or retail to j
customers -.at unusually jow rates, i o meir
cere thank for the libera support which they
have received, and Would jinvite all in want of
any artichf iH the mercantile line to give .them
call. TiieV hledafe thei&selves to sell all arti-
es upon Jis fai'orable 'terms as they
y can ne
be
bought in St. Louis.
Thir stock consists in
part of the following articles, which have been
vry recently selected in pxe Eastern ro 3 rket3
with great! care, and purchased upon a most ra
vorable stute of the markiet, xiz: . -
Domestic,"blcached and bVown, all qualities;
Delaines; iPlain-Plaids; j
French and English Merino
Bonnets; ',Vorsted itoods . .
Black an Fancy Silks; Pid Silks;
Shawls aKd Cloaks, all sttes and qualities;
Worsted Plaid, for childijen's wear ,
Silk, Caslllmere, and Kid jGloves;
Collars, Undersleeves, Cjtiemisettes;
Swiss. Ja-onot. nnd chen'iored Muslinsl
Swiss. Jaconet. Thread a.ld Cotton Edjrings and
Insertions; , '
Swiss and Jaconet Bandit
Combs; Tjuck and Side Combs;
C.utA f'na.-B' Prrt-MnnnaJii?t
Tnrkey-shelh India-rubbfer, and Bone Combs;
llair and fJlothes Urushep.
GENTLEMEN'S WEAK.
Frock and Dress Coats; i
Overcoats of all qualities and style9;
Black, Plid nnd Fancy Cassimere Pants;
Black, Plaid, and Fancy Sattinett Pants; -
Black batm and Fancy SJtk Vests;
Black and Fancy Silk Velvet Vests:
Plush Ve,tts; Black and Fancy Cassimere Vests;
Jilack ant? r aiicy CHothsj
French, F.nglish, and German Black and Fan
ey Dtoeskin; "1 !
Black and Fancy Satinettes and Tweeds;
ueaver umtn;
Blue and -Fancv Bed and :Saddle Blankets;
Undershirts Lamb's Wbol, Silk and Cotton;
Drawers- Net, Flannel, jand Cotton;
Black and Fancy Cravatfe; ' '
Cashinerti, Silk, and Kid; Gloves; ,
Buckskin! and Sealskin itiding Gloves; -
Hats and (Caps; . . . f
-jf j ! BOOTS AND SHOES. ; ,
M A Great variety.!
S Buffalo nnd Indi?. rubber Ovcrshocst
Table Linnen, Table Cloths, 1 able Covers and
Towelling; ( .?
Damask for Curtains; Curtain Muslins;
Shavinsr Tool3 and Perfntoervl ,
Groceries, Hardware, tiucensware, and Cut
Carpets, Oilcloths, assorted, and eVsry other
article which can ne caned for.
Iu cch. elusion we will say to all, give us a
call befotfe nurchasinsr elsewhere, and we will
show Voii that Goods can and will be sold chea
per in Parkville, than any other town above St.
Loins
f5 Particular attention given to orders from
Ka
vansas Territory, nnd Merchants may find it
to their interest to purchase from ns
ASPJIWG, SlfcViiJNB & GO,
arkvUle, Mo..l it. : . ; - .
JAMES CUNNINGHAM. ' JOHN E. BIRD.
wknxnaKJ&m& 'sirs.
MANUFACTURERS OF
Saddles, IS r idles $ Harness
MAINE STREET, JPARKVILLE, MO.
K. THE Undersigned are constantly man-
:saufacturing Saddiery, Harness, &c, &.c,
and are prepared to fninish articles in their
line at the shortest notice, and on the most lib
eral terms. t
We have now on hand a large lot of Saddles,
Bridles, and Harness, which are offered at such
low rates, that persons in need of such articles
cannot fail to purchase, i- All articles manufac
lured Dy us are warranted.
VUimiilUUAXU Oi, JJ11S.U
Parkville, Missouri, j 1
TO TIIE CITIZENS OF ILA3TSAS.
t LARDY & PREWIT, Wholesale and Re-
J tail dealers in Drills, Medicines, Paints,
Oils See., at Parkville, tan now sell to the peo
ple of Kansas any thinq in their line, cheaper
and at less trouble to the purchaser, than any
House this side or ot. jliOuis.
Parkv?lle, Mo. llf, ; ' '
T. ASPLING. R. O. STEVENS. L. R. STEWIENS.
' A SPEIUfG, STEVENS, & Co.
Storage, Forwarding ' and Coimaission
: Merciaiits. ;
.tfAIN AND WATER ST8., PARKVII.I.E, MO.
A LL BUSINESS entrusted to their care will
XjL-rcceive prompt attentios. . . - 1
SQIJLTTEKS OF; K.ANSAS S
YOU can always find) at the -Pioneer Store
of Aspling, Stevens &. Co.,' Parkville, Mo.,
Provisions of "all kinds Constantly on hand
and at the, lowest figures, for. Cash; FJ our, Ba
con, and a general assortment of Groceries.
. RemeinbcT the place, i -; A S., & Co.'
r -ii CATTIiE AND MULES!!'
sj5rfe TIIE undersigned still coh-r-rT.tinues
to keep for the accom-Ji-m
modation of emisrants, eith
er to Kansas, New: Mexico, Salt Lake, Califor
nia, Oregon, or any other country a good sup
ply of stock. " '
. He now has'ifor sale .on his farm- in Clay
county, 100 head of Mules, from 4 to 6- years
old, also 300 head of fine larsre Cattle, from 5
to 7 years old, and 40 or 50 yokes of oxen, well
Broke. Any part or all of the above descnoea
stock" can be bought at fair prices, and upon fa
vorable terms. . ; ". . . . :
J. T. V. THOMPSON.
Liberty, Mo. 1855. ltf.
STRAYS TARES UP.
fTI AKEN up by tte undersigned, living in
JL . Alarsh&ll l own ship, near iatan in tne 1 er-
Steers l:as soino pieds on hiinand marked with
j rf .t n.i,i,5fi. ;
The other has a'swallow fork in the left car.
and a crop off the right. They are supposed to
bf lour years old.
The owner is requested to call for the above
cattle, pay changes and take them away.
1 LOUIS ADDER.
K.AZVSAS HOI!
N1MROD FARLEY, has at Ia-
3wEan the only Ferry that never
stops for ice or low water, but
runs on whenever a. passenger arrives between
daybreak and dark. He has three good Boats,
and when one cant go, anotaer can. ah who
want to go into or out of Kansas, remember
.ltf. LMROD FAKLEY, IaUni
TMZOlII$ OJ no e7sru.
LIBERTY, CLAY COUNTY, MO.
THOMAS HU2PHY, PS0PEIET0S.
T?HIS well known Hotel has been leased and
JL newly furnished by "the undersigned' with
Uie design of making it equal if not superior to
anv house in the west."
ne natters nimseir,
that by strict attention to the comfort and wcl
fare of his guests, he, will merit and receive a
large share of public natronajre.
1 ly THOMAS MURPHY.
J. C. ROCKWELL.
TT THOLES ALE and RetaU dealer ia En
-V V ... lish and ;. AmeTican-5 Cutlery, Hardware
of everv descrintion. Guns. Pistols and snort
ing a para ra s or every Kina, wuaias ot an jtinas,
TrVa. Hinnr. and Carnenter Tools of everv
variety and of the best aualitr, and everything
else usually found in' a concern of the kind,
j nd at price to suit th; times- j '
ltf.-.ii Weston Mo. Xtt.
HOLIDAY ASn DICKEY,
Wholesale and. Retail .Merchants
Main, St, between Market and Thomas,
Weston Mo.
FIRST ARRINAL.
rpiHE andersigned would respectfully an-
JL nounce to the ciuzens or Platte and ad-
ioinininr Counties, that thevhae now on hand
in the City of Weston, direcnt from the East,
the irgst and best selected stock of
-g-Fg -y GrOOTiK
brought to this mark which they prom-
to sell very low for Cash or on time to
lLfZ
; 7" T i rr""
en mem. ie.uc -.i-ige-Mwrunfni ra
every variety jl ' w "t;
the following articles: ; ;
Cloths, black and Faney casslmers,' satinets
and Ve8tings, latest styles; ; Jit , .
Large assortments of prints- of the best brands;
A beautuul lot or suk uonnets, latest style;
A superior lot of dress and bonnet trimings, .
A variety ot sryies or taaies aress goo!s.
Fancy silks, plain black; do., ladies black and
Fancy silk ahawls, together with various
other Fancy articlea too numerous to men
tion: ' v ' ' - ' . ' ' '
A large lot of boots and shoes, , . ; , f '
A superior lot of ready made Clothing for men
and hove; ,
Hats and caps of wery variety and style;
Queensware, glas4Karer hardware, groceries,
&.C. y &.C. " K
To our stock of dress goods, &.c, we would
particularly invite the attention of the ladies.
No trouble to show goods; you will und us at
the old stand. .
HOLIDAY & DICKEY.
Weston, Mo. ltf.
STOVE STORE!
: ' - AND - : -
TIN WARE FACTORY. I
mile subscriber would respectfully acknowl-
JL dge the favors bestowed upon him by the
citizens or weston ana vicinity, and solicits a
continuance of patronage." He wishes to call
attention to nis very large ana carefully, se
lected stock of stoves, which will be sold very
low ior cash. . . ..,.... .
COOKING STOYES of all sizes, and a va
rietyof Patterns to suit purchasers.' '
FAKLUH STU of th3 latest style: Al
so, uox ana i en yiate Stoves, of all sizes,
suitable for heating Churches, School Houses,
stores, &nops, &c., &c. Tin Ware at Whole
sale and Reteil. .
'Job work done in the best style and shortest
notice.
opouung anu truttering particularly
attended to.
W. S. BRIGGS.
Weston Mo. ltf.
DOCT. J. F. BRXTNER. ', . WM. B. HALYARD.
BRUFNEn & II AMARU,
Dealers in Drugs. Chemicals, Turpentine,
Varnishes, Paints, Oils, Dve-Stufla. Per
fumery, Soaps, Combs. Hair and Paint Brush
es, Patent Medicines, window Glass, all sizes;
l'uttv, Esnun, i oDacco ana c?igarg.
' Jiinui fJi-uuui Jj(.rv&, l'leiucai OrKS, lOV-
els. and a larce lot of Miscellaneous AVnrt-B
Also, School liooks, JVIedical .TV orks, Nov-
Pens, Ink, Paper, c. &c. We also are TVhole-
sale and Retail Agents for the sale of Mr.
Storms celebrated Scotch Conrh Candy, and all
other popular medicines of the day.' 1
ncaim i, punjj universal satistaction,
every article sold Wholesale or Retail by us,
not proving as good as recommended may be
returned and the money will be refunded. All
WE ASK IS A TRIAL.
Particular attention given to orders from the
country. BRUJVER &. HALYARD. -
Weston, Mo. "ltf. .
ST. GEORGE HOTEL,
OF MAIN AND THOMAS SMREETS,
WESI.ON MO.
THE subscriber would inform the public
, that he has fitted up this large and magni
hcent "ote in fne vfrJ J" ,8?yle- ' "
larS?stn,d most central Hotel m tbs City,
, bistable shall always be spread with
ficent Hotel, in the very best . style. - It is the
the
best that the country affords, and he Will spare
no pains or troume in maicing all at home who
may favor him with a call.
RICHARD PEMBERTON. .
Weston, 1855. ltf. '
CORNER OP MAIN AND JTJLE ST'S.
ST. JOSEPH, MISSOURI. :
S. S. ALLEX, PROPRIETOR. ,
THIS well known House has been newly fit
ted and fnrmshed in every part, ancf the
table will always be furnished with the best
that th market affords.
See Sign: "CITY HOTEL.." ltf. '
J. N. BURNS. "' C. r. ECBXS.
' BURNS & ETJRNS,
A TTORNEYS AJSTD COUNSELLORS AT
JTjl. LAW, will practice their profession in
jNorth Western Missouri and the Courts of
Kansa s Territorv. " ' : - -
lri'articular attention, given to , securing
ana collecting claims.
Weston Mo. 1855.-1 : ltf
J. H. TRUNDLE. ' 3. v. mxox. O. W. NEET
I TRIABLE, DIXON fi Co- ! I
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN ,
Drugs JlcdicineSy Paini 's, QuSi Per
jtwieryt . JJoous and &aticnaryt I vin- .
' dov? Glass and Glass Mare ,;
' '-ALSO V ' PATENT MEDICINES, &c. '
IT5DEH St. CEORCE HOTEL, WESTON, MO.
GEO. W. BELT. IIENRV COLMAN
' ' BELT & COLMAN. '"' VV
.i , WrSTON, MO.
-WHOLESALE and Retail Dealers in Drv
Goods and .Groceries, Clothing, ; Boots and
Shoes, &.c, &c. Outfitting Goods ui great va
riety. - Also Forwarding and Commission Mer
chants. , . . i ..f ,.. ,,- !,
J. D. HARPE,iI f : ;T.;. HARPEm.
HARPER AND HARPER. 7 ,
WHOLESALE and Retail dealers in ,For
I eign, Fancy and Domestic
I . s , ,.: ' Tjyy Q0Qj)g
With. Hardware, Qjieensvvafe, Pocket and Ta-
ble Cutlery, Groceries, and u fact eery arti-
c, usually kept in the Dry Goods and Grocery
business..
Weston, Mo.
ltf.
rVElVJlAtf AND BELT,
TOSK5?. KEEPS always on hand
-gies to hire.; Thir stock
is of the very best kind, and their . Carriages
j new and always in good order.
I Weston, Mo. -ltf.
L.' WOOLfOtK. s C. E. WOOLFOLJE.
TTOOIiPOlK'&CO;
: - . ; f;:.r, DEALERS ;tK . . .. ,
Staple & Fancy Hry Goods.
Maiiit., opposite St. George Hotel,
WESTON, MO. . ,V
CEOt. W. BEAT- . i-. i. r. nEXRY COtXAJT.
DELT AND COLMAlff,
Weton, Missouri.. '
"T'TTHOLES ALE and 'Retail Dealers In Dry
j V V Goods and Groceries, - Clothing, Boots
i and Shoes, &c., ate - outfitting Uoods tn great
- 1 Tariety. - Also, Forwarding and Commission
l Merchants.
ltf.
J. KEADLET. : : j; W. IAMl.
; HEAD LEY AWD BARER.
ATTORNEYS AND COUNCILLORS AT
LAW, Platte City Mo. Will attend to
anv business Which may be entrusted to them
in the Courts of Platte, Clay," Buchanan, , and
i me courts or jkansas Aemtory.
1 r- ' -- .- . - '
-JLtr.
I V 4 Jtrim.Tl (fZ 1 I fri
j TRINTED cheaper, neater, and quicker at
I JL. tjis establishment than in any oflice fbove
JJashall & Co's H'r.tional Gift Enterprise.
Consumation Certain! Seventy Thoiisand
r Tickets already Sol(J ;
Only 80,000 io be disposed of !
DISTRIBtTION OF GIFTS TO CjOME
OFF WTAOUT .FAIL, March 10, lf55,
Or sooner if the tickets are all sold. DiASH
ALL &. Cii. beg leave to assure their f rien:s
that PNDEJa no circumstances will the distri
bution be iostjoned beyond the above-mention
ed date, and they hope, by energy a id tne co--operation
!f their patrons, to bring the jpnter
prise to a! conclusion at an earlier period, in
which casb due notice will be given. t
OFFICE.; 486 BROADWAY. NEW TlORK.
150,009 Presents to "be given to th? puchas
ers of , the large and' elegant engraving of the
"Inauguration of G-Krge W ashiHgtn, presi
dent of th United Sats,,, from the celebrated
painting of David Paul Laurens. iPrice f en
graving ($1) One Dollar, v.hich includes a gift
ticket, en Git ling the ; holder io a chance in the
followinztlists of majrnillcent cifts.
Ihe vale of the presents, as apprized dv a
Committed chosen for the p'trpose, is $14G,(AG
as follow! : - . j .
A Rnloiuii"! farm on oie Hudson Kivcr. !
coaiplctbly stocked, houses, &.c $&0 CCO
Stone Fro?it Dwelling and Lot on Fifth
, Aveuuei IV. y a 3 l u
erty of ihe late G. Van Denton .J.4 000
Silver W2ne Service. . I 000
The Racejllorse 'Yhite R.wen .j-8 U0)
tjoacn, Harness, ana Jiorses, a mag- j
niucenti establish nent-..'. - 3 500
30 Shvesj Central Railroad Stock 3 (KX)
200 Fine Vatches, S100 each... 000
10 000 Cold Seals and Charms...? !l0 00u
10 WX) GCld Pens and Silver HolUcr8..-!.5 000
100 Boxe Best Cigars
100 Goldjpuard Chains...... ...j
A Snlendil Uii-rrrv ... .... .... ...
J..500
j.l 500
J...190
A Snlandl Pha;ton 5 ... i ... .
A Horse,;Iarn88 And Bugj
.1 000
l?gy, spien-
did affair t.... ....500
An elegant dog, St. Bernard .-..j.....t.. 100
Splendid Fast-sailirjr Yatch, "Snfci it tf
the Wive" i.. .... J.4 COO
The Fasi and trira pleasure Yatch. 1
"Evening Bird".. . ....4.1 0f4)
A loan fob 25 year. 000
; j.. .J-oooo
" . - ....'....1000
(All without Interest,) . I
1 Rosewood Piano i-'SOO
Mahogany Pianos -j..'.. i.l 5(K)
A Farm in Ohio-. '.4000
A Farm in Kentucky ......3 000
A Farm in Pennsyliyania - j-G 000
A Farm i)i Massachusetts : 1 10 OoO
25 000 Viols. Poems ill 000
Statute of "Cigar Girl," by Rcvts 41 000
Also over Paintings, Statuets; Med
als, Chains, Albums, Valuable Books, and Port
folios ofj Engraviiigs, making in all i50,0(X)
gifts, wh?ch will be distributed by a couiimittee
ppomterl oy the shareholders, &nd forw arded
ree of charge by the Public's oli'dt. servants.
.. , DAhllALL & CO. '
.;" 4$ Broadway,' New York.
Orders; for Engravings and Tickets :in this
great enjrprise . are daily arriving from all
parts of -the United States and Canada, which
warrant iis in ; promising a very; early day for
the aiscrfoution. .lppiicatioa enould be made
mmediately, as on y a certain number of Tick
ets can bje sold. jetters with She money en
closed, to be pre-paid, and the Engravins: and
Ticket will be forwarded e. ' t
1
4"i Broadway j New York.
a! card o the toadies.
DR.: Ip. N. TRIST'S French periodical Life
Pilis have ever, proved infallible in eradi
cating anv difficult, and removing all obstruc
tions ani stoppages of the menses, j These
pills have been usep tor years in the (private
practice pf French ;physicians, and, to some
extent, i& this cour.txy. Urged by lnanv ladies
who havj; used the' Periodical Life Piils, Dr.
Trist has been induced to call the attention of
the public to theirWvonderfiil properties in the
alleviation of suffeHng from any irregularity,
of whatever nabiTrf as Well as to prevent preg
naney in.those ladies whose health will not per
mit of aa increase jof family, t
Pregnant females, or those supposing them
selves 8Ci'. will not, ui course, taie thet.e Pills.
as Dr. "Frist assumes no responsibility- after
this admonition: ;"lThcir mildnjess, however,
would prevent an; mischief to. health under
any circumstances? '
Beware of imposition. Thes'l Pills are sold
only bVj DR. E. . K. TR1 ST, whf- wil I forward
a bbx toiapy address, in any.parj of thi coun
try, witK ample dtjections, on receipt of Three
iiouars enclosed in a letter, postpaid. !
Address, JJlC 1. IV. IRIS!,
1 tm.j 68 Grand sf., KeV York City.
L. 13URNS -AND BROTHERS.
General Ury Goods lilrcliants,
. !lani- !' !: ...
" ' bEALEIlS IN PROEUCE.
HAVfl constantly on hand a large variety
of fmerchandipe of all kinds at tlie most
reduced inrices, embracing eveiything in the
ling of 'Dry Goods, Hardware and Cutlery and
Tools, Quetnswareknd Glassware, Iron Cas
tings an4 Nails, Groceries, Liqt'.ors, Boots and
ahoes, rials ami i;aps. f
Lio'ioj-s all the rime at bt. Louis cost. " i
Wanted Any quantity: of Ilcmn,, for
which we will pay the highest price. ' '
Woot -Afn 1 t-f : ----
ST. LOUIS TiPE FOlDi:r;ASD
MPapcrjJ&ar chouse, ; ;
A P. LADEW, &. Co., Typej Founders and
Dealers in Pi Cper, 31 and 33 Locust street,
St. Louit, Mo.; Press Depot SJivk'AHey, call
the attpUon of Printers an PuNishers to their
Establishment, wiere will be found every va
riety of Type, Paper, Ink, Trlntipg Presses,
Rule, Borders; Flowersj and every otiier article
usea in a. niiiuxiiiuctv'; vi.: . -r;
A. PJ L. &. Co"., have latetv;made additions
to their former asSsortmnt of 'Beek an4 N?ws-
;aper Tjrpe, of Matrices impo. -ted- from Scot
land, anri have now a. complete series. . Also a
new series of German Faces. . . 3 , ? " ' -
Thevsire also the authorized agents of th?
principal Type Foundries in th. United States,
and arc gurepared w till orders selected from any
specimeju at Eastarn priees.
ineyJiteep aiwajstjn uanu n lar; n'tppiy ot
News ad Book Printing Paper?, also. Cap, Let
ter, Colored, and - Manilla Papers, Cards and
Card Beards, all of which wilt be sold on th ;
most reisonable terms. ' ; '
Orders for Stereotyping and Engraving will
be pron?ptly executed.
Editors or Printers wishing to establish a
newspaper or Job Printing OlHce. will be fur
nished with an estimate in detail for the same,
by Statir.g the Size the paper, or the particu
lar styl and quantity of work to beexecuted.
; Woo Type A large assortment always on
hand. 1 " . : .. - - ,
5T ?01d Type tilcen in exchange for new at
nine cents per pound..., - ' - 1
. iijTl'TT iXDBAKER, '. : -:-'
TVEALERS in Wines, Liquors and Family
xJ Groceries of every description. Wooden,
Willow? and Sto'al Ware, Tobaceo, Segars,
Pickles Preserve j Brandied Fruits, Oysters,
Loasteu, barcur.e, uiass, ana i3S3 x are Slc
All of which wiH be bom whoi.esale and retail
lower than at anyrfher house ii the city.V
WestVn, Mo. ltf, : U t.-,V
"'- 1 ' ' . v, ,
t; JOHN OOSIPHfAX, ; f -
ATTRNETT AT L'AW, Weston lio con
tinurs to practice his profession at Weston,
and "sriy attena me aujaceiit uotru in! ' Kansas
lemtoiry. . - . . -.--rj
D. A. K. GBOVER.
C. H. iGBOVB.
GROTER Jl3I GROTER.
A TTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT
jC3L LAW, Real Estate Ag;nts, Salt Creek
V,llr r..f..;, y . ! mil
,' - STEAM SAW-S1ILL,!" J
AT LEAVENWORTH CITY;
MURPHY &. SCRUGCS, are prepared to
f urnish the citizens of Kansas, j with all
kinds of Lnmbr, at their Mill in- Leaven
worth, on reasonable terms. ltf.-
KILLIOK. !
rrHIS FERRY has been in successful oper-
X. ation since 1849: during which" time it has
been the great crossing point for the Oregon,
C-aiirornia and Utah Emigrant who came uy j
Hanibal and Palmvras there beinsr a Stale Road
directly through, and the latitude precisely the
same. Our boat ia a good one, and we have J
plenty of hands engaged at all times, to work it. I
i&r az the opening or spring we sn&n nave i
a hue new - - .
. STEIJiT FERRY BO JIT.
when all can cross without detention. The I
ferrv landim? is the best on the River, there be- I
ing at all times deep water from shore to shore, - ine occupation win prove a ngncana genue
and very narrow. Our banks have no wide j manly emp!oyment-r-&ajionorable asit ia profrj-
sand beach where stock can mire down, being
dry at all times.
"To the Emigrant to Kansas we say, this is
tne place to cross, as wuen uere uie aistance i
to other points in the Territory, is nearer than
from crossing places above or oeiow.
Atchison, Kansas Ter., Jan. 27 1S55.
GEORGE TV CIIAL.EIS : I
ipvEALER in Foreign and Domestic Dry J
tioods, 15oots fchoes, ilats, t;aps, uutiery, I
liardware. Groceries. Liauors. and ready made I
Clothing, &c, &c, on the Levee, in Atchison,
Kansas, lorritory
I havlsnow in store, and am constantly in
receipt dP1 every variety of Goods suitable to
the market, faom St. Louis and the "East. My
stock consists in part of the following:
Loaf, crushHl and brown Sugars;
Coffee, Tea, Molasses, Rice, Cheese, Spices of
all kinds.
Silks, Woollens, Prints, Cambncks, Lawns,
Sheeting, Shirting, Irish Linen j and Linen
Lambrick,
Ready made Clothing of every description.
Calf and 'Kip Boots, Silkand Casimere Hats)
Cloths, Casimers and Satinets;
Ladies wear, such as Bonnets, Slippers, Gai
ters, Collars, Hosiemr &c.; ; '!
All of which will be sold low for cash.
Atchison, K. T. ltf.
ATCIIXSOX EXCIIAXGE.
CALEB WRIGHT, keeps constant-
i?fff j ly on hand Wines and Liquors of eve-
rv variety, from the finest Champaigne
and Cognac to common Rectified, and will sell
in quantities from a tlmnble full to a Darrei.
Also. Ciz--.rs of every description, Oi'sters
Sardines, Brandied Fruits, and every thing
which can be " found in anv establishment of
the kind. Cash Taken in Exchange.
Atchison, K. T. ltf.
PIONEER SALOOJf .
HENRY WILLIAMS, PnorfciETon
g STILL keeps at the old stand,
CPS corner of Ferry and Levee sfs.,
3 a stock of choice Liquors, Wines,
Cigars, Fish, Oysters, Sardines, Cheese, Crack
pra. &-c. always on hand.
PJ expect in a short time to be in my large
new building, now nearly finished, where I
shall be happy to sec my old friends and the
public generally.
1 J HENRY WILLIAMS.
Atchison! K- T. ltf. ; . . .
C05CR0VE A5D CIIEXOWORTII,
BUILDERS.
ARE prepared to contract for the erection of
. any kind of Buildings, and will keep con
stantly on hand a supply of all kinds or i,um-
ber. They have always a large nuoiDer or
Jniimevnien. and can iret up a building, at the
at the shortest notice, and on easy terms.
Aschison, K. T. ltf. '
TI5IOTIIY SCAJSfLAJi.
T RICK MASON AND PLASTERER, offers
JJ his services to the citizens or Atchison,
and feels confident that he can give entire satis
faction to anv who may employ him, in cither
f th jifcnvp ordinations. Can always be
found at home or at work. -ltf.
ALLET AHiO ROBERTSON,
BAKERS AND CONFECTIONERS.
X T ILL keen constantly on hand every thing
V V in their line, of the best quality, at such
pi ices that none can be dissatisfied.
kLcuisuu, xv.. x. .in.
BOARDIXG HOUSE.
TONATIIA.N uuaukuvk. is prepared to
tJ accommodate an wno may come, hiui w
good a Table as can be found in all "fcquaCer-
uom." xae scarcity ot jjronsiwis aim u.
liculty or prociuing tnem, uorcea una - - -
tanti.v to charge 50 cts. a meal.
Atchison, K. T.
ltf.
5f. J. IRELAND,
CARPENTER AND JOINER,
IS prepared to do any kind cf work, in hre
linecf business in as good style, and as
reasonable rates as anv man in the lerritory.
Atchison, K. T. ltf.
STOXE MA SOX.
M. SUMNER, is prepared to furnish
isiaterials and nnisn in tne oesc manner,
aud at reasonable prices, any woik that may
bs entrusted to him.
I want two cood Stone Masons to whom I
will give the best of wages and constant em-
nlovinnt. ' - 1
Atchison, ,K- T, ltf. :; . .,: , ,
Ilud I'hono'rrapby been known forty years
ago, it would have saved me twenty years of J tarian questions, it Is strictly neutral. ; Notb
hard labor." Thos. H. Benton, s. : - - 1 : j of an immoral nature will ever be admitted into
So:ne of our students, not twenty vears of
age. are making more money rrom 1'honograpny
having given' himself for more -than 20 years
to ths profession. John S. Hart, Principal of
w.-- r- "T
High School, Philadelphia.
Th- undersigned will teach tms beautiful and
ry useful b-anch of science through the mail.
very
He will give FULL instructions, so as to ena
ble a rerson td take down a discourse wim
eas., . : , - ' . '- .
05? Terms FIVE DOLLAR
nnon the
receipt of which, pos paidj'he fulfsyBtira will
be sant to order, r Address. ' . - , ,
D. F. BLACKBURN, V , '
Taom's Siore. Mancv Co.-.Tenn.
Anv newspaper, or other publication, giving
this a'dvertiseiqint two insertions' (including
this notice.) and: forwarding copy as. above,
will receive tlia instructions aforesaid. .
WSSTON HIGH SCHOOI.
rTTHE first session of this institution will
JJ commence on Monday Oct, 25th 1854.
Dr. T. P. Acres, A. M., (late President, of
the Masonic College, Grcenburg, lwy.,j Princi
pal of the Male JJepartraent.
Rev. R. G. Loving, A. M. ; (formerly Tnesi
d-'nt of the -B ickingingham female institute,
v a..
Primary studies.---.. $7
Common English branches ...i-. 8 00
Higher do . do 10 (X)
Greek and Latin, hue..- 12 00
Ornamental branches at the usual ex
tra charges. : "-, ... ,
Fuel,&e.... 1 CO
Boird, including washing, &e can be had in
uie neiguusruooq, at 9 iu per montn. : ...
W. G. CAPLES, .
. -: ' ' ' ''' ' - i- GenT Superintendent.
Weston, laaf. rip-
MER.CHANTj Keeps constantly on hand a
general assortment of Merchandise, suit-1
able Cor emigrants to Kansas, Oregon and can-;
fornia. Store on the Oregon road , near Salt 1
'.;. . II. RICH,,
OUTLER,U. S4 Army, at Fort Leavenworth,
Wines and Cigarsj also a general assortment 0
choice merchandise always on. hand ltf
UZ M. DAVENPORT,
EHYSICIAN, Salt ' Creek Valley,' Kansas
Territory can be found at the .store; f M.
l Rively. near salt Creek bridge.
late or iavette, iio. j i nucipai ot tne re- I 7 7. J . '
Suiteble AssisUn wiU be employed as they I , " No travelling; agents axe ever employed
arereomred. - - v - forthis papery - . . -
Tuition 1st Session A UXonihs. 2 SjT; A" r fT
ERAL Thousand, energetic and trust
worthy yon ng men are wanted to act as
ayenta both local and travelling in tvery
State In" tlrs Union, for tha sale of a patented
article cf Banafactnre now in extensive demand.
The exclusive right for the United States is
owned by the advertisers, and agents of capacity
and business tirt can easily earn i wo xiunarea
Dollars per aaocth. - . . :.
NO CAPITAL NECESSARY!? '
1 Extracts from communications
from our'Azents:
I herewith enclose vu a draft for dol-
larg deducting one hundred and ninety seven
dollars as my commissions on the sale of the
last month. f Signed ) ... II. REED"
-
I shall realize as commissions olfi salprf
thiS month tbont one hundred md BerentT-fier-
dollars. (Signed) i-U. C Fields
table.
No agent WiTl be accepted nnless able to pre
duce substantial testimonials as to character
tuu niuuajj.
Saleries will be arranged for the first year if
preferred. . -
So many answers to adrernsiments are for
warded from motives of idle eurosiry onl v. the
advertisers will . consider ho aitnlicatibn unless
accompanied by One .Dollar as evideriees or
sincerity, waeniuu parucuiws vriii oe sow
waraea. .ftauress
BURNS,' BENEDICT & Co.,
i Baltimore, Md: "
To the substantial nabire of the enterprise
we refer to Kenneth &. Dal, Le Rov, Sons &
Co. Also to Hamilton R. Wee t, Ohio; Hon.-
C. M. Denfis, Rhode Island, and M. Rav, Key
West, Fa. . i 2n
GLEASOK'S PICTOUIAL
MM. BALLOU, who has edited the "Pic
.torial,, from the commenrement, having
bought out the late proprietor; Mr. F. G lea
son, will conduct this popular and widely cir
culated paper on his own account. The new
volnmn will bp radically improred in every re
spect, ar.d will be published on finer paper than
ever before, which qnality will be continued
henceforth without chanjre. Many new . and
popular feat: rwi 1 a, on-eb? iutroduced, and
the literary denirtment will present an array
of talent and interest beyond anything it has
before attempted. The illustrations will be fi
ner, ana ny oe tr arusts man nave oeiore ocrn
engaged upon the paper, and altogether the pub
lication will be vastly improved and beautified.
Arrangements have heen made for represent
ing during the year views of the most notable
buildings and localities throughout the United
States, as well as giving likenesses of the most
prominent characters, male tsnd female, of art
ists and men of genius, such as have by their
own industry and skill made for themselves a
fortuna -end a name. In addition to these, va-
I HUMS liuiauiv L.uiipcaii ouciira .iiivt i vui I " III' a
(m) will also be given from week, forming a brii
Tjf J liant illustrated journal t , .
TERMS: 1ISYA1UAULX liN ALlVAXSCK.
1 subscriber, one year.. ...i .$3 (XT -
4 subscriber, " J0 Otf
1 " " ....OIW
fSf Anv herson sendincr sixteen subscrfb-
e? s at the last rates, will receive the seventeenth
copy gratis. Address. .
M. M. J5AL.L.11U, Fubliher ana Proprietor.
Corner of Tremont and Broomfield Streets,
Boston Mass. - fl
TIIE UNITED STATES SIAGAZIXE
is the largest periodical ever published for one
Dollar per annum.' Printed on fine paner,rich--ly
embellished, elegantly bound in fine tinted
d w dited
I u. fiQ mimKr v
The first number is iust issued. ' Liberal in
ducements for forwarding clubs besides ,
$3GOO in Premiums ;
To tho?e sending the largest numbers. Sample
copies containing particulars, sent (port paid
for six cents.
The United States Journal,
(Monthly,) is the largest newspaper in the
world. Price 25 cents p?r annum. Liberal in
ducements for clubs, besides
SIOOO in Premiums
To the 26 p?r3ons forwarding the largest num
ber during the year. Sample copies sent gratis.
CCve both works one vearl
l'aprs giving this two . insertions shall re-
j A. JONES &, Co., Publishers,
i x ly o, o ajia spruce ou-ecu new loric.
3. II. KEIILER, HI. Dm
Q TILL' tandcrs his professional services to
mj
tlie citizens of Iatan, and adjacent conn try.
Feeling graU ful for the liberal patronage hith-
i erlo extended to nun, ue solicits a continuance
1 or the same,
Iatan Mo. ltf.
BUTTER, EGGS, CHICKEXg,
AND all kinds cf Country Produce, taken In
payment for subscript'ons to the Squatter
Sovereign,' or in payment for pintiE2r.
The
market price always given. '.",: . :
W. P. RYER, '
MERCHANT, has alwavs on hand a. com
plete assortment cf Groceries and Pro
visions at his Store in Salt Creek Valley, Kan-
sis Territory
'ltf.
THE :
OUR
FZt.lG OF
AS IXCELLEST MOBAL AJI) fiEFINED
BHSCELLAKEQUS FA Ei I 7. PAPER,
DEVOTED to polite Uterature, wit and hu
mor, prose and poetic gems', and on'sinal
prize tales written expressly for this paper, ami
ac a very great cost, in pontics and on Ail we
its columns; therefore making it rmphatically
i , A Paner far ths Millinn
I ,. , ... ., . r.
iuu a welcome iiwu i hi ure; wrutv circtc.
lt
coutains the foreign and ; domestic: news of .the
day, so condensed as to -enable im to give th-5
SdverU9ements are admitted into, the -paper,
oflrerin!r the ntire sheet, which is of r
TH E M A M MOUTH S I Z K, '
For the instruction and amnsement f the scn-
I eral reader.r An nnrivelled corns of contribn-
tors are regularly engaged, and very depart- .
I ment is nmler the most finished ana perfect
I system that experience can sugget, formire -,
l oncxnal paper, the present circulation of which
far exceeds that of any other weekly paper In.
the Union, with the exception oZ Glxasqu's "
Pictorial., '. i . - 1 ' -
with new and beautiful type, ar.d contain 124' -
square- inches, neing a large - weekly vjper ol
eight super-royal quarto pages. r..,. .-. - ;
TERMS INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE.
1 snbscriber, one year,.-....'...'..i...f:2 00
4 subscribers, " .-..;..,;.... -7 0(
10 subscribers, one yaar, .............. .15 (Xr
One copy of the Flagof onr Union," ami
Corner of Tremont
and " Broomfield Streets,
1
BOSTON, MASS..
GUAHAM'S 3HAOAZIE.; V
IfTTABLIBHED in 1S2T),. and triuiEptabUy
sHf.esw.f ul td universally popular tlirotigii-".
oat the L uier stored with tbe btsst. literature
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