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i-ongstreet fog, tJ.us Eets r: required 0 care not how Gazette tofillabet o"t putting is off from a paper. I rence 'there fol-inateswho cess to news. equal, the tperjor to the u at least.- ad command ruse a hews- ley will read now re ft. the subsoil. xpect au ob luiuns his tall women,' as round should. L gTocer wish- rd to a sign, be painted oa loiTthe other e person ob- anL ; "Why, e trader, "it's ays "II u the short "but areer, let him nothing more J! it up 'your ei. k "No smult- of that? I ling it as still mi east paper ; h a rrunce-pie, fit, II. sit such ut'"'Ly a'preas a r renchman Monsieur about it, while coolly, telling for cure it is , at all. To i."Ali, be gar! k you lnsliiucA meat. Those of curing poik enjoy as - fine and rounds, p Russias can that the meat t is this r 5 o be increased Lft these le dirt from the little,) rises to Then throw en cold, pour to remain the weeks. The id with pickle, for at 'east two which time it with powdered a ve omitted the found it to- an however; an 'Hng the 'pickle, ul of dirt whica ration,; frpiii the rise one not ac- g, some gentle otel by anotori- -is noose remark I about hiuiseU i. , He bragged, the party ivere ed one of them p enough of What you tell us some- raggart', scratch- pay "for 5 these b slept one' nigh1 Uerably infested laudlady ; of the tinted that "'they A, uSir. saw not a stngte bujf inadam,' they re e famiaes. Jrmcipal boreB " e Utile bore ein li the' man wbo BotU, desperate - - f" it anoivs in ,6o of an -111 J- . .-r f -lt 1 The1 Squatter:' XtCIUSON, FEBRUARY, 26, 1856. P., is authorized to act as Sovereign, in U,Cityf St. Loui. ""' ' AKent tor Squatter Sovereign. rru followinff persons are authorized to i-Agents for the "Sftuimi Sotkb- JpBC S. P. McCcdt, Werton jlBEI- & STBlNCFELtOW, I Kout& Withers, Liberty.- Judge J.T. V.Tiiompsoit, y ,v ' J. T.Beaver, Hainsville.' ' , HAdi.et & Barer, ) plaUe City ' W. Christisox, : 5 . i G. W. Withers, Richfield. Pmor. Ii; B. Todd, Camden Point. ... Jesse Miller,. Hampton, Platte County Cot. EB. Ewiwg, Richmond. ; ; J. W. HE5RT, ) Fayet1 Gc5. J. B. Clark, S ay irette. D. C. Garth, Hantsville. J , J. Rekick, Wellington. ' 8. C. HnTCHisowf,Glasgow. . ( T. P.;Wilkiwso, Brunswick. V'j L. B.- Harwood, Miami. . - " T. F Kr, Rocheport. -Thus. W. Sammon, j . W, L.Boter Arrow Rock. M. B. Collins, Glasgow. A. S. JoHJCsow, Westport.' . iT l A. Kopisler,j Lexington. - - " AtrREO JOJTES, " , -' .--.! P. E. Yoiree, .Waverly. - AsPLixro & Stevehs; patville. " Dr.E. S. Clardt, S . i J. F, Broadhurst, Platte County, , i B. W. Groves Esj, Warrensburg. J. J. Tilton, Bolierj Polk County. ' N. B. Hold ex, Clinton, Henry County How. J. H. Birch, Plattsburg. , - . -Col. Hiram Rich, Fort Leavenworth. -N. R." McMubrat Esq, Independence. d. m. wDoxALDfJ ) , m : :Mo A. R. MtJRRT, i; 4 S H. Coroell, Pleasant Hill. Cass, Co., ' Ho. John DmrriAK, j ? Yeffenoa Chy. Gtw.E. L. Edwards, .$ , .a f A. C. Blackwxllv Carroll county. Eowm G. Booth; Kansas Territory. tS? Any f pur readers wishing to buy cheap goods in Atchison will save money by purchasing of those1 only, who advertise in tbispnper. The merchant who-; is too stingy to advertise, is too mean to sell you a good bargain; and is not too conscientious to cheat you in weight or swindle you in measurement; -".ri ' '' ' JKvThe Kansas war, according to.an estimate made bv one of the generals en gaged in it will cost the United States gor ernment not less than J. sixty-five thousand dollars.. - , - ' ' Gen. Cass is preparing a speech on tie subject of Slavery in the Territories. TwoTmillion ticres of. laud will be brought into market inKansas territory by 'the first of next June. ; ' fi" The duration of the recent spell 'of excessively cold weather is without any parallel in the memory of the," oldest in- habitauts." ' a i S On Friday last we had another "Sprinkle bf snow,? and it appeared as though the winter was just setting in.'. '". ,., ,. . . -t -I . " l . . Kass as meetings lr Mississippi. There have been several meetings held in Mississippi fox the purpose of aiding South ern emigration -jtO', Kansas. iWo presume the coming1 Legislature In Mississippi will take the tnatte'r in 1 cousideration,: and dis cuss the expediency 'of adapting the plan recommended . by Senator Brown. llis proposition was that' the State purchase given number, say three hundred slaves, aud donate them to as, many, citizens,' on condition that they would remove with them Kansas and become Voters Jn this Ter ritory. ..! ;x. ,2n 1 t-1! . . - - There is 'no ' boolc 'so' tteiip ' as a newspaper none so interesting, because it consists of a variety'cieasured out in suit able proportions as to time -and quality. Ring.iiew 'every Week: pr'day, t invites to a habit of reading, and affords anragree able mode of acquirinknOwledge so'es sential to the.wellare of the" individual and cprnmunity. ,. It,' causes manyjan. Jbjouy ,o pass, away pleasantly arid profitably; Which would other wile' hiyeVeen spenVinf. idle ness, if not mischief.' In view of this fact it "becomes te uifyf every person to take a good Paper. Tne Squatter Sovereign is just entering; upon issecond year, and now is the time, to $ucscribe, and carry into effect the Proposition'above . , stated-,! i Qur terms are S2.00 per annum in advance. Ekcociiagiso to xditors.--A-At the late Irish meeting in New York anf pfislaugKt "as made upon the editorial ' corps byj one of the ; speakers.; J'Anotlierspealcer caine to the rescue, and'. had the courage' to ex .Pss " the;opihion, that editors ,ffMti gen raly as honest and respectable ! as the raaJorUy of itieri V'MnjWe are sorr to see it recorded that tills cour ?ecus and liberal sentiment did not seem to meet the apprjbaiiop of the assemblage. . i i yo 1 "-.T " -Postmasters are responsible for" the ascription of a. newspaperor magazine, fts long as they allow' U to be received! at Aeir office after it is uncalled for, o refused I?.P?son jd whoWJtwa directed. ihKwStsi 6f tb54jpartmenl"Jreqd&e.lhat Soyereml ' Sex atk. Theaiinual report of die Su perintendent of' the CoasrSurvey was laid before ifie Senafe t&dMfS? P1 H Mr. Welter ictrodufced a'biil to provide for an overland mail frort some point on the M iss?4sippr, river Ida1 Francisco. The House committees are the leading topic of contersatioflJJ Th".Spe4ker fram ed those in charge -of; financial mauers with a new to exert rfria eeonoruy irom the Administration, and to prevent waste ful appropriations by the Hoose. s The Ad- mi mstrat on is accerttabfT represemeu iu them. The appointment of Winslow on the Naval committee is a 'compliment to the Secretary of 1mj Navy, it is said he declined the chairmanship of fcn import ant committee. -,. , , ( ,,..- , It is claimed by the friends of Mr. lianks that every section and leading interest ' is fairly represented upon the committees', by all men of all parties. Letcher will prob ably be appointed on -Ways and Means committee, to fill vacancy occasioned by the declination of Jones of Tennessee; On motion of Mr. Cobb, of Georgia, the President's annual message and accompa nying documents were referred to the Com- mifee of the Whole on the. S)ate o the Union. . . , , .'.., . Mr Florence presented memorial from Mr.1 Reeder, contesting: VYhitnelds seat. :" ;:" , .:V"': :.; .' Mr. Florence said he had arrived at no conclusion relative to its declarations, but should make up his mind from the evidence which may be presented, , ; j , . The memorial was read anu states that the pretended election of; Whitfield, in Oc tober last, was absolutely void, being with out valid law qualified-voters to support it it, and that he was elected by non-resident ana otner uiegai voies. ..-.r ; . r- :r .r The memorial, with others contesting the seats of Allen of Illinois, Gallegos of New Mexico, and Eustis "of Louisiana, all re ferred to the Committee on elections. Mr. Letcher was appointed member of the Committee of Ways and Means, in place of Jones, excused from sen'ing.',. " WismsGTOs, February 15. The Senate resumed the - consideration of Mr. Wilson's resoloton, calling bq. the President for an information m his poses sion respecting disturbances in Kansas affecting the freedom ot elections. : Mr. Geyer denounced the Emigrant Aid Societies which bad sent men to 'Kansas to control elections there.. .. AU.the out rages had originated in these extraordinary and unprecedented organizations. '1 He was willing to have an inquiry into the matter, if these societies were included in the investigation. - Mr. Toucer ! hoped the ' Senate would adopt a resolution, in proper form, calling upon the Executive for full information rel ative to omcers in Kansas. He approved in the fullest manner, of the President proclamation, and the course therein sug gested. On.motiOn, further discussion was. post poned, and the debate relative to the pro ceedinffs of the Naval Board was resumed Mr.- Butler considered 'the Board, as ihe most odious tribucal.ever instituted, in this '. 'After debate, involving the effect of a repeal of the law under which the Board acted, the Senate adjourned till Monday. lIocsElrT-The President's, special mes sage was taken'up." 1 Mr. Houston moved its reference to the committee of the Whole on the state of the Union, "i -:- . - - Mr. Giddings appealed to the friends of humanity to "refer it ', to the" committee en Territories, as it was necessary to legislate at the earliest moment, in order to prevent the dangers Uireatening the; people? of that Territory, and to prevent them from- being butchered by federal troops. v ' t . , Mr. Dunn thought the J udiciary Com mittee the proper reference- "He protest ed against bayonets being presented at his brethren in Kansas, Mr. Orr and, otliers contended,' that,- as various recommendations were contained in the messagethe House could determine, after discussion, the reference proper for them.?:si f .tSf Mil Mr. Houston's motion finally prevailed by a majority of three. - . . ; .' The House adjourned till Monday. , When to wear India Kcbbers 5ST We have noticed that many persons wear India rubber over-shoes in cold dry weath er to keep their- feet warm. This is. an iniurous alid irCprace-Z'lnd iaD rubbt-r shoes 'are very ' comfortable :'anjj valuable for covering the' feet during, wet ? sloppy weather,' but .they should ,ne ver . beworn on any other occasion-their sole asehould be ip keep but water 7eshpull there? fore, be put off whenever the "Wearer en ters a house, and be, worn, as little as. pos sible, becase they are air-tight, and both retain the preparation of the feet - Tbe; air cannot be excluded from them, or -from any other portion-of the body or any Jength of timej without 'sensibly X affecting; the health. It is our opinion that . ho habit tends more to'good bealtli than' clean fee t and clean dry stockings, so as to allo w the free prespiratrori of the neither extremitees . &ienlific American. ' -, : '. V i f : Tripartite Alliancc. Despatches from; Washington state that it'nas been as certained from an authentic source that the long talked of alliance between Spain and Great Briuin'and Traiice has been finally consumated. 2 The first binding herself to send into the field from ten to twenty thou sand men m the spring, her interests, par ticularly y uba, to be prpected by France and Ilrjgland. . j 1 & . -t & . .t h ji: i'i .".STMi. Cass, in his address to , the Senate on Cenirat Americari afiairs, allud ing" io; the remarks' !bf Ahe National Intel ligencer that this 'country -Wight be drifting into difficulties saidjtbatbe'did nobelleye iu JJeJihoagfcS tbf.fhjpscfiv on its true course end tber pilot doing his duty. -t ' n, , im, " ;r 1 Three" of the colored Methodist 'aipl;jiy long since. present1 'their' respective -minisfers wth s$offctli TtKfSTsaix Legislator j The - bill to purchase , tbe4 Hermitage and. present H io , me v mien ,oiaics jusea va a branch of TlirHVe"st Pofnt Midiry School has, passed both, branches' f the Legisla ture v.-ij -Mn .1 .iti r Botb, .braQcbes,cf the, Lregislature havp adopted a resolution, to adjourn sine die on the 3d of March. ' r f i $ f ,.M ,f - Q., . i 1 , C7A,biH containing someery sin gular provisions against gambling recently passed one branch of the i Kentucky Leg islature. It interd jets gaining among friends and provides for the incarceration of a faro-dealer in the penitentiary who allows a person under twenty-one years of rf ge to bet at his bank. " ' ! - " . JC.The street-sweeping maciiines are lo be introduced into lour wards oi irook IVn. as an experiment, forgone year. If the result .is. successful the contract for cleaning the entire city will be awarded to the enterprising proprietors.1., ; jj t Xu C" It is rather a curious incident that when the Americans sent Dr. Franklin, a printer, as minister to France, the court of Versailles sent M. Giraud, a book-binder, as minister to the United States. When Dr. Franklin heard of it, he remarked " Well, III print the Independence of Am erica j "and .M. ''Giraud will bind it Laughingjdoes. a person good, . Museles exercising. ' Helping to digest the food' So'tis'nbf surprising " ,f t ? . . ; That by laughing all grow fat, V f Chasing off the yellows, ! ; ' : : Dark blue devils, and all that '' r Laugh, them, jolly fellows. '. . " J5"A pretty idea is evolved in Ihefol lowing petti pair of poetic dimples:-- j , . Cupid, neat : a cradle creeping, Saw an infant gently sleeping; " i' 5he rose that blushed upon its heek Seemed a births divine .to speak, , ;f To ascertain if earth or hearen - . . To mortals this fair form had given : He, the little urchin simple, ' '-1 " Touched its cheek aud left a dimple. m . rr; Paor. Wood' H-Ua Restobatv The testimony of all who bare thoroughly tested the virtues of this celebrated Article, , is, that it"wiIl"reatore the"gray,and the bald, eradicate deseases of the seajp,' preserve the. hair from falling add preserves the color perfectly to ex treme old age.--' It is now put up both with and without sediment. See advertisement.' ?J :' Atpltison prices Current, CAHErPLtV arsanged akd rkportc'd wxek.t By A. J. Q.Westbroolc, . WholeiaU arid Rti Ail Mtrhhcftir; an&lhat I '' er n every description 6f 'Coun-' try Produce, cfc - a Sugar, Brown per lb.,..-- - ....$0 10$0 12 ' white crushed and loaf,.. 121 16 3 Coffee 16 20 25 60 Tea, ....s 75 L45 Whiskey, 1 bbl, . . . . . .j. r ;i y " retail,. -.-.v- B randy, gal. ...... . Winey gal. . .... ' . ' Glass, 8 x 10 $1 00 $8 00 I 50 3 00 00 50 10 74 7; Co 4,50 6 00 13 7 n , 85 " 1 10x12k ... Putty,..... - Nails, by keg, "retail"........' Window Sash Molasses; t . . i ; -'. i . . V Vinegar, 25 20 , ,35 $2 00 3 00 5 15 Cheese, Dried apples, Dried peaches . Mackerel, single " 3 by. kit, Tobacco, -CandlesV Tallow,'.... ' " Stearin, ; ;-tar, Hides, green, - dried, Fiout, in 18 - 80 20 'r to 25 1 .1 40 . v - 10 $4 50 $5 00 4i ,,5 Blasting Fuse, roll,. Pork, .... . . .... , k Corn,--.'." k Shingles, thousand Salt, Table, sack, . -- by barrel, bushel, - n . ; 50 .' - $3 50 35,. 40 $1 00 .UO 15 Powdery ' ftice,::..;...'--?.-- Lead .t v v t , mt Tar, in kegs, Scotch Herring, box, .. ."$1 75 $2 00 ' $i oo mr-4 . 75 :;;;.i.--:';''76 75$1 75 Oysters,. JoXj Sardines, Lobsters1, Pickles jar, . . . Preserves," jar, Lard Oil, v ..w$100: 2 00 .....V 1-23 yi : a; Fpt Sale.: k; . , A very. likely Neuh6 Giri. ten years old. 4: XL Apply at this office. .13 JFeb-lS'Sa 50 4w. Atchison Jowu Company. BY request of a number of the share-holders notice is hereby .given that there will be a meeting or me accqisod x own vompany ai ioa office of the President in the town of Atchison, on the 17th dyf Marth,-A.-D., 5d. All i C ill..- 1. J .-. . .1 j .-aul -H .-T.'ABELL: Prestof the Co. ! , Feb. 23,T56. . r . , 5i-td , ZVT kdL StT O V XJT sT ntt,' "'fCr s' Kansas Territory. J,- - G RAND SPECULATION, - I.HOLD:ja av,'Uirrl oiltgatio ipft the , MaryaTilU Town . Cwnpaay, obligatrng the Corayany to donate to the 4rs person, that will put up. Steam Saw-Milk ia said town, seven shares in the tow u, which jsre' worth nj valo each two hundred dollars.' The putting up of the mill in the tow will uakethen wojth two hundred and fifty dollars each, making -the do Ballon seventeen hundred and fifty dollars, wbich will very nearly pay for the mill. Marysvilla is the. best location- ia asasi or a Steaa Saw- MUUf rom theiact that it is loeatadimmediate ly upon Big.Blua River, where .the , tunbec an h raftaJ to the -mill, and the lumber rafted be low, to sdpp?ir the great JBansas, River Vattey. So you can bring on yoor millvset it to ruonicg andi.wiU give you tne stock. ' JJ Jl i i -iSTo-4Sa Pnbllc $ NOTICE is hereby giveu to elt'persons cot tq settle jupoa or iarpToy Section somber fifteen, (15) township six, (6) sovth, r&nge twentv. ( 20 east, in Atchison countv. Eaas&s Territory; the same hiring b?D iocated under and by virtue of treaties between the United States and the Wvandott Nation of Indians, of the 17th ef March, a. v., 1842, and the 29th of February, a ..Jop, aad th said section of land is now the property of the undersigned. t.. Atplilaon, Jeb5. n 1 1 , - 4S-tf To OxfelPltlUc.O', ; V 1 r NOTICE is hereby riven to all persons not to settle opon or' improve section number thirty-one, (31)-township fiVe,4'(5) 'south, of r&nse number tweniy. izoi ease in -Axcmson eonnty Kansas Territory, thesame baring been located, anaer ana oy virtue or rreaues be tween the United States ami the Wyandofat na tion of Indians or toe xitar or , March, a. d., 1842. and the 20ts or ebroary, a. P- 1855, and the said section of land is now the property of the undersigned. A IN W Yi W lXtblAND, Atchison, eo. a, vs-x t To tite Pnttlic. TTOTICE is hereby triven to all Tjersons'not to Settle upon or improve the north half of section thirty-four (34) and the south half of section twenty-seven, fZ) township five, (5) sooth; of range twenty, 20) east, in Atcb isoiv "o,iutr. in KansSs Territorv : the same having bee located under and by virtue of trcatieetween tu United States and the Wy- andott Nation or Indians, or uie 17th of March a. r.. 1842. and the 20th of February. a. 1855, and the said parts of said sections of land is now the property or the undersigned. -. C. C. HYATT. Atchison; K T. Feb. 5, o6. ? . . . 48-tf Administratrix Notice., "rVTOTICE , is herebv eiven that the under X signed has taken out letters of administra tion from the Judge of the Probate Court of Doniphan county, dated January 1st,. 7aof on the estate of the late Samuel Collins, deceased. AU persons indebted to said estate are required to make immediate payment, and those having claims against it are required to present them for settlement." All demands against said estate must be presented for payment at least three years from this date,or" thev will be forever barred.. . . SIDNEY4 COLLINS. Administratrix of the estate of Samuel Collins -Feb5,?56.-. .aw. rrtHE "THOMPSON" HOUSE," in the city X of Liberty, Mo., will be ! leased by the owner, to any person desiring to kPtp a FuMic House, for ope or a term or years on such terms as win suit tne person renting tne same Ihe house is at present under the propne torsnip of Thomas Murphy, doing a large business, and is well and newly rarnisned. . ' ' The furniture is all for sale, and w!!l be tils posed of on liberal terms. -. JAMES T. V. THOMPSON. Jan. 25th 36. " . ' " ,58-tf "3 O J a E ' ' tt J5 XT g. 5 cn rr . . m i. s's - s s 3 . , -a p ' WHN p. LISMMUEI, . , . THOI. W. SHIELDS L'ato of Boonvill. --Late of Yosti t Shields ,?J!TttlJ ? j. r. i. t. s LIOSBERGER It. SIIICLDS ' 5 T ; (Successors tO'Tosti & Shields,) . WHOLESALE " DEALERS IN No. 145, Formerly 163, Main Street,' 48-vf J ' I ST, LOUIS, MO K. LACKLAND. LEVI HINKLE. JOS. TA!t9(R Lackland, II inkle & Tanner,,, Wholesale - Grocern- AND GENERAL COMMISSION 3V3 jhiHLOTFT A1VTS No. 59 Second, "BfeTWEEN Olive 8c PiKe'Sts 1 ST. LOUIS, MO. Particular attention paid to the sale of coun try produce oa commission, and proceeds promt Jy reiuitled, ; , -. . ; : . ... i - ' ' SEFEKENCES: Wm. M. Morrison & Co. Woods, Christy & Co C. M. M'.CIune & Co.: Mudd tc Haghes, Doan, Kinjr & Co. - . Switzer,- Piatt & Co. Kd. J. Uay & Co. J as. S. Watson & Uo. Shapleigh, Day &. Co.' r Pittman & Tennent. - . r . . Brownlee, Homer & Co. ; 48-tf A. GALLATIN OTIS, (Recently from Louisville Ky.,) :; Attorney at Law and Notary Public, ""7fLL Piactice'Law in tie .various courts t-v V. f; the Territory, attend -to. collecting monies and procure pensious and bounty land warrants." He baa allthe pre-emrjtion laws of the TJ. Statesand having been appointed Notary Public by.Gov. Shannon, is authorised to pre pare all necessary papers for pre-emptors- on public lands, and will attend with them in per son at the Land Office, whenever desired. He will also take depositions, acknowledgments of deeds, &c. - From several years experience in his profession, he hopes to perform its duties satisfactorily. . : .,'.' -i.'-:'. i f ' . Revekek ces : R. B. Carpenter, Esq., Chi cago, III.; Jas. H. Oliver, Esq- Cincinnati, O.; Rousseau k. Rousseau, Louisville, Kv.j Jas. R. Knighty Esq. j fit. Louis ; Judge John H. Hal derinan, Johnson & :Lyle, Col. Perkins, Leav enworth City. - -u ; ' - 47-tf ALL business connected with the office of County Sarveyor of Atchisou- eminty will receive prompt attention. I will be at the office of A. G. Otis, Esq., in 'Atchisor on Saturday of each week, to whom application can be made in ray absence: V IL KUHN Resident claim holders will confer 4 favor by leaving the numbers of their claims with A. G. Otis,'Est. ' .t 3.47.tf ' ? f ; , ; 1 Twenty -are Dollars, r aSl 7 AR. I I 7, ESCAPED from the undersigned Sheriff of "Atchison County, pn Thursday the 14th inst., a man. by the 'name of Joseph -Fox. Said Fox was bound on to appear before .'the District Court charged with assaut with an in tent to kill.' . He is a Dutchman" or. Frenchman, about fivje feet Jen 1 inches high and. bad on when leaving suit of Soldier Clotkes and an India, Rubber over coat. , He is a meaa looking man, and woild be easily detected as a Rascal. I will give the above taward for his 4prhn sion aad delivery ta me at Atchison K. "K . r. 3.U. ELI C MASON. --A 50--3w. Sehriff ol Atchison; Co- v, Atciisoii Court zivner j r SEALED PROPOSALS will be received Vy . the-undersigned, at the town of Atchison, fcrT.; for Jb.e' erection of ConftTlfouse for the CounrV oFtthiB6nPlzn ana specifica tions can be sen by application to" T, . ' - iHENRY ADDOMSCnmgiisainner. Feb.5,.'5g.Ofa A l $11 48-tf ' ;- ' iJ- :' - " rtiKT? nn2ersieued tiavethts dassoliated X- themselves together for the1 4arpose of transacting the general Dry. Goods. Grocery aiK? CommisaioB - business Id this iJtace. ai der hths name ana iyie oiL. taiuss fc Bro. Atehison,Jen. 1 47tf Si T. .1 i ! w - S , I' t H - G ,00 ' p ,! 1 M to tm ' . 1. 1 -1 :' S S g !...:; M . 4 i rnbi ' : notice vt3? Ssttlers la Eiansas ana . . Bfebi-a&ka. . 8cBvr.Tat Gesekal's Orrrez, i ' tWyandott City, BT., Nov. 22, 1855.L X ' AS frequent enquiries are made ef this offi ce in relatioa to the manner in whieh noti ce of Pre-emntioa claims to the DubJic lands. In Kansas and Nebraska are to be given through the Surveyor General's Office, thif notice is puuusuea ior we nenccc or au wfto it may con cern., ." ' " . The following form cfa deelaratifln of inten tion to claim under the law, any tract of land suojccw w pre-empiion, oas Deen rnrmshed this office by the Commissioner of the GeneralLand Office. alie . declaration of itrteaUoa may be written or printed, and. must be mgaeA by the applicant in the presence of some person who may be made and signed at this oCice, or any wuere eise ui uie territories ana sect oy mail or. otherwise to this office. The form must be carefully observed: .' c' , DiXLABATOBV, STATEMENT FOR CASES WHE&K THE LAND IS NOT 80BJECT TO PSIVATE. KTBT. I, i 1 of -being have, on the - day of , A. D. 18 , scttied and improved the. quarter of .section number , in township Dumber - of range number . in the district of lands sub ject to sale at the Land Office at , and con taming acres, which landhss not yet been offered at public sale, and thus rendered sub ject to private entry; and I do hereby declare my intention to claim tre said tract of land, as a pre-emption right, under the provisions of said act ox wm o-piemoer, i.vji. ... Oiven under my hand, this day of A. P. 18. ' In presenbe of .. ijpon nung declaration in this office there will issue to the applicant the following certi- caie; sr. . , -; -. No, SeavKvon Gekes Orrci:, K. T. - - , ISC. I certify that has this daw filftJ intnv office a notice in accordance with the 13th ssc- tion of the Act establishing the Office of the surveyor General of Krnsas and Nebraska and granting pre-emption rights to actual settlers tortoe- quarter of section number township nuicber -in rar. -e n imhpr east of the Cth Principal Meridian in xerntory. . - Surveyor General of. Kansas and Nebraska. r JOHN CALHOUN, Surveyor General of Kansas and Nebraska. Jan.22,56, . : 46-tf A. J. G. WESTBS00K, HAS JUST RECEIVED AND OPENED A Large assortment of Groceries, WHICH ARE FOB SALE AT Wholesale or Retail, on vert reasonable TERMS FOR GASH, fjapYjVAT the store formoriy occupied as a jgifgj Drug Store" by Kwcll &, Dykes, con sisting in part of the following ai ti des t . . Whiskey Meyers rectified. Mononguhcla; old rye jand bourbon ; branJyj planr.t. castillion, . Meyers proprietor ATneucan.braidy cher ries and ginger brandy ; old hollaed gin ; seheidam aromatic .schanpps ; rum. . f : , Wins clii iort ; malega ; Madeira; sherry ; claret; champagne &c. &.c. . , Bitters Dr. J. Hostettet Ja cel ebrated stomacL, stoughton and peppermint. Vinegar lemon syrup; lard oil. Sugar prime N. O. Fish mackerel kit and loaf and crushed J S. bblsj scotch herrings; house molasses sardines J lohstera ' &.oys-ers: Cheese English dai ry and west ' ern cheese. Crackers, Coffee Mocha, java and rio J also roasted ground : inpo'ind papers. huts, nrccrs. soft and hard shell almonds; cream n-ta and filLcrts ; rice ; yeast powders and aoda"; Tea green ana iucclc. Soap-cast steel and Var. raisins ; candy ; pep t per ; spice ; ginger; nutmegs; cloves , and mustard ; Pickles in J ?nd gallon j-ra; pre serves assort ed; candle?; star . and starch ; gun stear'ne. powder, common and fine. Sbot of all sizes ; percussion, cps, and bar lead. Tar in k?gs. Wash tubs, wash boards, and water buckets, rouing pir.s, brooms, erass and , hc-mp bedcords. Pa- ' r,jr r-r Iptr pr 1 Wrapping p?.per, and wrap- commercial ; en- pmg twine, lead pencils, velopes,. pens, . all sizes, tacki, shoe ink and wa . v brushes . and blacking, fers. friction matches. Tobacco N'o. 1, 2, and 3, Hares fine Virginia, fancy and smoking tobacco, and pipes. Also . a splendid assortment of Hava , r na cigars, of diiferent quali ties. Salt in bbl and sack. The undersigned wiil keep a supply of such articles as will suit the market, and hopes by attention to business, and fait ness in trade, to merit a portion of the trade of Atchison end vi cinity. Csli and examine for vourselves. nov6, '55. ly. A. J.. WESTBROOK. '''-Mate and Female School. MRS. S. E..HINTON will resume teaching in Atchison, on Monday, the 21st day of January. She will give instructions in thcfol lowing bi?T!ches, to wit: Spelling, Reading. Writing, Arithmetic Grammar. Gosraphyj His tory, and Philosophy, and the higher branches of "an English education. ' . (K" l"he School Room is warm cr. 1 comfort able. ' ' ' Terms Four dollars and fifty cents for a session of twelve weeks, which includes all ex penses, except books and stationery. Persons wishing to send their-children will rind the 1 articles'-"', at-tbr; s'.ore of .Barnes , & Bros., ia the hauJs of Mr. J. H.. B'asingame, or at the school room. ' ' Board ins A few pupils can be accom modated with board, at reasonable rates. t .' Surveying in Kansas. THE undersigned has been appointed County Surveyor of Doniphan County, Kansas Territory." He will. Survey land in the County in a legal manner and at the shortest notice, r Numbers given free vk charge. ; JAMES F. FORMAN. Doniphan, K. T., San. 22, '56. . , 46 -tf WILLIAM JACKSON- - - K. 3. IRELAND. Jackson & Irciiuitl, , T HAVE entered fnto parie-ship and are r iepared to do any tbr. in th buikiing line which 'may Im required of Ibem. They pledge rhereives to put np buildings we'l and speed 1 1 v; t d iil job work punctually. " g"shop over Dixon's Store.,3 January 22, '5G. 40 6m PROVISIONS FOR 1856 1 ) niorei JSiwZ , Col, LIBERTY CLAY: CO., -MO., . HAVE put p 1S00 good corn fattened hogs averaging 22U lbs,' net, from which they will have for aale, - -? f .70XX) lbs lard in kegs, barrels and tierces. . 100 barrels mess pork. ,. ' ,250,000 lbs bacon. ... . : Or they will sell the cut meat in dry salt, If applied for before hang up to saudce. - Apply at the atore. ef - - . MIFiLER BIRD A Co. Jan. 22, 'j&'ZlViQ&SZX A 4t3ra " "JL" JJS0T STTOP. fTtHE undersigned, having permanently loa- JL ted in Atciuson, A- x.t a now. prepared to no ail Einoa or . Yi t . . Copper, Tin & Sheet Iron .Work., with neatnesl iadCdigpatchabd: for? the very Iowesfeprices.;- f ?"' S He'wiR keep on bantTa'general assortment of TfH Ware, which he will sell wholesale aud retail, as cheap as the cheapest. w r tie will ado Tin- and Sheet? Iron-roofing, -snJ pat Bp House- Getters at the very shortest no tice. '- If AT.'LALttLL.l. Jaa.32,'56. . :ti 45 T vfV Baca hoi, Water tifoof ant eerosca -I- v.Pexcasaua.aps,-. in Store ind for isals 185e - Snrirs Armnsement. 1 -H856 Regular Thursday Misscari River Packet, Jas. Goemlet, Masier. D. Jamison, Clerk. Fw Brurtswict, Miami. Hi'Ps Landing. Wa verly, Berlin, Lexington. Wellington, Camden, Sibley, Richfield, Liberty, Independence, Kan sas, Parkville,' Leavenworth Cityj Fort Leaver worth. Weston. Klckapoo, Iatan, Atchisor, Doniphan and St. Joseph.' 'fS3f The new and splendid passenger . packet, A. B. Chambers, James SLiagGormley, Master, will leave for the above and intermediate points every altern ate Thursday during the season, at 4 o'clock, P. M.j as follows: Thursday, March 6 and 20 April 3 and 17; May 1, 15 and 29; June 12 and 26 July 10 and 24; August 7 and 21 September 4 and'l6 Oc tober 2, 16 and 30; Nov. 13 and 27. Returning, will leave St. Joseph every alter nate Wednesday, as follows : Wednesday, Mnrch 12 and 2fi; April 9 and 23: May 7 and 21; June 4 and IS; July 2 and 3C; August 13 and 27; September 10 and 4 October 8 and 22; November 5 and 19; Dece ber3. Departing from SL Joseph, Wednesdays st ! 10 o'clock . ia. Atehison at 1 1 1 a in, Iatan at H pn. ntl will arrive at W-ston same duy and remain there. over niht. v . Westoa Thursdays at 7 o'clock a. m.; Fort L?aren'-ci ta ct o . ni.f Lcavenworia oiry r. ry e- m.j i-nrx-viile at 10 a. m. j Kansas at 12 m.; Wayne City at I p. m.j Liberty at 2 p. m.; Richneld at 3 p. m.; Sibley at 4 p. m. Camden at 5 p. m.; Wel lington at G p. ta.' and arrive at Lexington same evening, and remain there overnight Leave Lexington Fridays at 7 o'clock a. m.; Berlin and Dover at Hi a. n.: averiy at m a. m.;IIiil,s Landing at 11 a. m.; Miami at 1 p.m.; Brunswick at 2 p. m., Glasgow at 4 p. m.; and BooneviHe at 5 p. m. Will arrive at St. Los is Saturday afternoon in time to meet the Louis ville wail bovts, and all other, evening packet?. A. B. Chamfeks has been built expressly for the Missouri river trade, and every improve ment mad which safety, comfort and conveni ence could" suggest. Shlopers may rely upon the utmost dispatch in the delivery of tliir fr'eisht, and passengers are assured that no ex ertion on our pirt will be spared to render the A. B. Chambers worthy of that srenTons pat ronage which heretofore hnsTeer.. and ws hope may coatiiiUi to be extcrvlei to hr. JAMF5 GORMLKT. 40 ly JAVID JAMISON. REGULAR THURSDAY HO, EITEE PACKET, r. X. AU3KDY, AXcose R&EDtr., Master, ' lizvj. V Cmms, Clerk. Arrangement for 185(7. For Brunswick, Afl?nf .Hill's landing, Wa varly, Berlin, Lexington, Wellington, Camden, Siblev, Richfield, Liberty, Independence. Kan sas, Parkville, Ft. Leavenworth, Leavenworth city, Weston, Atchison, and St. Joseph. ' P2ZP w AUBRY will leave St. Lonis cn L6Fs?HCy every alternate Thursday, as fol TSrlows: Ferbjary 2Sth, March 13th and 27th April lWh nnd 24tb; May 8th and 22d; Jcne nth and lythf July 3d, 17lh and 31st; Au gust 14th and 23th; September lMthend 25th; ctober 9th and 231; November 8th and SO'h. On her retjrnforSt. Lcuisivill leave St. Jo seDh every alternate Wednesdav, as follows: Maich 5th and l?th; April 2d. lfiili a? d 30b; May 14th and 28b; June 11th and 25th; July 9lh and 23d; August 6th and 20th; S-pt-mbtr 3d and 17th; October 1st, 15th and 29Ji; Novem ber 12th and 28th. . !. Deoarti:.? frou! St. Joseph Wednesdays at 10 o'clock, a ci; Atclnaen zX. , a ui; Iate.n at t T m: and will arrive at Weston same day, and remain there over night, viil leave Wrston, Thursday at 7 o'clock, a mi Fort Jeavcr.vJorth at 8 a m: Leavenworth Ci?v it a m: Park ville at in e. ui; Kansas at 12 m; Wayne City at lpm; labertv at 2 p m; Kiehhe'.d at a p id; Sibley at 4 n'mi Caiouen at 5 p m: Wellington at 6 j mj and arrive at Lexington stros cverlng, and remain there over night. WiU leave Lex ington Frififcys at 7 o'clock,. n.; Berlin nd Dover at 84 a m; Waverly at 10 a ro; Hill's Landing at 11 a in; iMiami at 1 p m; urunswscK z P m ojasgow at -p iu, ouonywie sjt o4 P . a,rriire ' t 7Mrof 1 r.oon m tiui. to meet Uie jouisvilie mail boats, and all oth?r cvenind packets.. The AUBRY hr.abeen completely repnired. and we hope by strict attention to, business and the accommodation' of passengers, to retain the patronage of our Missouri river friends. Sfiio pers can rely upon our punctuality and dispatcli. AMBROSE REEDER. Capt. 47-- r BEN.. V.GLIME, Clerk; THE UXITERSITY'S , Fa mi ly Remedies Issued under lha Sanction, Sea! and Authority of " THE URIVSRSITT of : FREE MEDICINE ... - AXD . , , - ' i POPU LA R KNOWLEDGE;' Chartered by the State cf Penn?vlvania, April ; 21h, 1853, " WITH A CAPITAL OF $100,000, - Mainly for the purpose of arresting the evils of S'.tlrioiis and Worthless No$t"nij also, for supplying tfe community with - " RELIABLE : REMEDIES Wherever" a Competent Pbvsician cannot or will not be employed. This institrtrtion, (loca ted iu riiilacleiphla-j-Home Dispensary aad of- "e . , .No. 6S ARCH STREET, ' . ; where applications for new agencies will be received,) nas purcDa3ej irom ur. jyn. x RO WAND, his CELEBRATED , RO WAND'S. TONIC MIXTURE, Known for upwards of -twenty-five years as the ou!v jwre ana safe c:ire "FE V EftAN D AGUEa e' , -' and his inestimable Remedy for - . -i t BOWEL COMPLAINTS, -i - - f .-. . . KOWAND'S COMPOUND SYRUP Or BLACKBERRY ROOT, . .,: ..-, t which highly Improved and POPULAR REMEDIES, TCC1THKS W lill I IU' VI '"'LV -.uu.u- The University- remedies for DIPLrSIA or INDIGESTION; Tho ITnivtrsity's Remedy f-,r COSTIVE BOW , - - ELS ' . . - - Also, the UNIVERSITY'S ALMANAC my be had at th B.-aic' Dipea?ny, cs store - of - F. S. HOBKIITKOS i C., t "44-tf (pdS5) Miami, S&ijoe -o. Mo. :WnOX.ESAX.S A!!T eetaix. DEAtrB IX . D R Y.nG O.OPS.t G R O C E It I E s', : TTARXWA'nf'.. - wQfL&B XLIimitQ GLASS WARE, QUEENS WARE, . TOZ2ACCQ A2!sli jlEOAJIS. DRUGS. MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS, fee. ' North side of C street,"4 ,loor "'' eotner of third, VATCH1SOK, is- r. Jcn.2S,'J5.V ;f - ; 47 --k.sAsuiiii(Jxsojrtt',.. 2 net ion ' 4ind : Commission Til A. attend to reeeivin 8toii:g,furwardT ?Doea.'Un buck&ia,. aa sheet iioa 'caapt j seciies, laieiy receive . And for sale br cct. 10, IS55. STEPHEN JOHNSTON. V v ug -ox -sel'M.'g toy Kta4Ur aldrchandise "e ether a brown io n pacj ano u c. r country srodi'ce. .. , ., r - t ? I old.one wktte-abd fbe-Y;i?r'ed Inf . North aide of C atretrt.aneJoor above ceraeri left At tlJs ogTceet with-t&e sa'oscHber of third,:-, ATCHISON, ET. , MArye!4)-. will be ehanifolly received. " -.nJaa,29.3(l w,j - n 47-tf -, H: Jan. 2d, 42-tf L. HARDEN fZ2 SEASON-OP 1S33. St. Louis ard St. Joseph Packet lots, Sesolar Tuesday Passenger Packet TT?r oonTins?w, EraBwick, Miami'. ingtan eKingtoa, Cawden. Sibley, Richfield, r.ew f pendence, Liberty, Wavna Cify, Kan sas, rarkyflre, Leavenworth Fori Leavnwnrth . W?nElck?P0 Iatn, Atchfsofl, lteniphaa and St. Joseph. : .' T E THE Iegant, comraodlons. and fast Regular Passenger Packet FOLAR STAR. Dir. Mtrr. will leave for the above and Intermediate points, every arternate TUESDAY, daring the season, at 4 o'clock, F. M., as follows: February 26th Jdly 1st IWh aftd 29thj f Li01 and 25t Angust 12th aad 26th s April Sth and 22d . September th and 23d .May 6th nd 2iHh ; October 7th and 21st June 3d and 17th; November 4th and lStbr Connecting at St. Joseph with the Bluff City and St. Joseph' regular passenger packet Fok. TENEtir, forming tan immediate,' reliable and speedy through connection by steamboat. t Council Bin fTs. '- RETURNING will leave St. Joseph every alternate MONDAY at 10 o'clock, Av as follows: Mar:h 3d, 17th A Slat; Angnst 4ft and 18'ht V A.nT,,,l''ih aBf! 2?,Jl P- st; 15th and 2vth May 12;h- and 20th j October 13tb aid 27th. June 9th and 23dt November ICth and 24th July 1th and Sletj ; - Depaitiagfrom St. Joseph Mondays at 10 o'clock A. m., Doniphan at 12 ! m., Atchison at 2 m., Iatan at 9 p. w., Ktc&apoo at 4 p m Weston Tuesday at 7 a. m , Fort Leaven worth at 8 a. m., Leavenworth at 9 X. m.. Park ville at 10, a. m., Kaosas at 12, sr., Wayne City at 1, p. m., Liberty at 2, p. New httpeud enee at 2 p. m., Richfield at 3, P. w., Sibley at 4, p. m., Camden at 5, p. Wellington at ti, p. m.. Lexington, Wednesday at 7, a." m., Ber lin at 8, a.m.. Dover at 5, A, M Waverly at JO, a. m., Hill-a Landing at II, a. Miami at 1, p. m., Brunswick at 2, P.- Glasgow at 4, P. sr.8oT3Tttl5 at 6, P. arriving at T- Lo?' Th?r??a-V nfn5 t time for tha Louisville and Mississippi packets, and cvo nin? lines of ti avei in a J ,di-ections. n i Tbe Polar Star hia bren thoronghVy rsirrt an.?. refarri?hcd thojighout. two sUte-roocs arceo, ana etery' improvement mnde whTch saftt , comlort and corvmn rMlM ,nim.t Sh-ppers .may r-ly upon the utmost dispatch in the aelivery of th-ir freicrht. and passcrgers are.ss'ired that no exertion on our rari wifi oe vanting to lender the Polr Star worthy of fhatgeiierous patronage which hrretofore'h-s been, and we hope tarf corfltme to be extended ta bar. - . u - - E. F. DIT. " 47 ly n. M. BLOSSOM. SEASON OF lSJIGv v -Et. Lonia aad St. Joseph Packet I;na IIUOTJLAR SATURDAT PACfiT, Tor Eoonviil, Clasgow. 3-cr.swir k, Mifnl, nill's Landing, Wavailr. Dcver. Berlin. Lea inrton, Wellingtoir; Camden. Sibley, Richlield, N?w Independence, Liberty, Warn City, KaS ss, Piikvilto, Leavenworth; Fnrt-ve'rr.wrlh Weston. Kicfcapoo, Iatan. Atch!srn, Donlr-han. and St. Joerrr. . TvBxm'iix-i e:gant,commcdiousrjidj5t points, ove-y alternate Satumay,. duting tLs season, at 4 02 ock, r. m., as follows: March 1, 15, 2J; April 12. 6: May l0,H4t June 7,21; July 54V? AuJst'2, 16.30; Sept. 13, 27: October 11,2S; November S, 22 Returaing wi'.l leave St. Joseph f r Sl. L4 every alternate Friday, at 10 o'clock, a. m., as fnlloww Mtirch 7,-21; April 4. 18; May 2,19, 30; June 13. 27; Julv 11, 25: Aagiist 8, 2; Sep tember 5. If; October 3, 17, 31, .Covea.bcr 14, 25. . . , is - " . " ' . . ' ; " U Zi Departing frora St. JoscjU Fridays at 10 o'clock, a. m., Don-pbsn 12, m., Atchiron 2, r. K.t lt?r, 3, r. m.j Kick; poo ifvt h. Wes-.an Satuiday, at 7, a. m.. fust L?avtnwo.'h. . a. ., J KacF r. u., r. M., Sibley, 4, t. u., Crirden p. sr., "Wel lington 6. r. M., L?xigton. StUiday, at 7 a. M. Berlin S. a. m.. Dover t, a. m., V.verly 10 a. M., Hill'e. Lnitding 11, a. m., Miauii 1, p. n , B.-vnsw ick 2, r. m., GUngow 4, r. M.. Boo&vif d, r. H. Arrivir.g i i St. Isntir, MwflHav. n time for the Louisville aud Miss;esippi rackets and evening lint-s of travel in all directions. . Thankful to the public for its generous favoi a heretofore, we would le-pecifully anaaunce that the New L cy has been thoroughly re paired and re-furr.ishM, and we ttope by at.dct attention to all business entrusted ,to" ta, to merit and receive a lioeral sliare of patronage. J7t.l i at pnvr VV " -w. . . - ww ir.w a a wift-LU. WM. 8EASOX Or iS.IG. St. Lonis and St. ' Joseph Packet Xino. Reeulai Tuesday Paisenrer Packet, For Boonili."G'agnw, Brunswick. Miamf HiiPs landing, w-eryDove--. rrrliBLsir ington. Wellington, Ca.-aJB, S bly, RirhTi-ld, New IndirpsndciiCe, Liberty,. Wayne Cir, Kan sas, Parkrilie, Leavenworth City. Foi t LeaveE wortb, WesUn, 'EjcLflpoOy. fatu.,- -Atdilton, Doi iphau, nud Joseph. - - : f - flwv 1 ha unsurpassed eommcdlons and L5??f7KV fast iteiUr Passenger Packs, fsSS&ZSSSSXi JAM 3 H. LJCAS, Andrew Win.?las'J, Commaaider, will leave for the a bote and iiitennediate points every alternate Tuesday during the season, at 4 o'c"o:k, 1 M., as fol lows : March 4tb and lih. August 5th and 10 h. April lsVl3thr29tlr.. September 3d, I6U1. 3011a May 13th ami 27 lb. - October, 14U aad 28tL. June ICth and 21ih.. Noveiuber lltA-aad 2iti J.:ly 8th.i-ud 22J. ; ..;,-' " ' Competing at St. Joseph with the. L-JI 'Cily and t-t jMej,h, ieCJb""" passrnger p;.ckt FO TENELLE, forming au inanediite, u-i.rble at. I speily thriMigh connection . by Sieaiuboati to Ccnnci! Bluffs. ... L j RETURNING will leave St. Joseph, every itrrAte MONDAY, at 10 ,ViockA, m., as follows: -:. March 10th and 2 lib.5 Angdsf llli'ar.d 25fi. May 5(h and 19 b. October 6th and 2ffi. June 2d, lCih and 30thv Novtm! e 3d Ad 17th'. Julv l !th and 28th; DecemW 1st.- 5eoaiUj,cr froci 5.! Joaefth Mr-i'ch'Viaf:tn o'clock, a ..Doi.rtla8tt liw. Atchison at 2 I r m: Iatan -strrrKickapoof at4pci;" Weston,. TUESAT. at 7 ocj.cV,a: it; li"c.rj Lrtven worth at 8 a it; Leave-. woith at 9 a n.; Park ville at 1 a m; Kir.B. a at 12 Si; Wayn City at 1 p tp; L;tiery at 2 p n; New I-peudrnetj at 2','p J Riehfie'd at 3 p an; Siblsy at 4" rt in; Caar.dcn at Trr.j We'linctcnatt p k; Jin; to:i oa WED'NLDAYat7 o'clocjca. try Beiliit at 8 a m; Dover at 9 a m; Waverly. at 10 - o;" Hill's Latedirjr at 11 & ril Mta-nl at ip r; uusw;ck.at 2 p a; Glasi'ow at 4 5 mrBccnville t 5 n m. -rV?trarStl Lo'iiaTiiursdav eveninr flnXiine for LoctSviiUaof" Missiiapi -ipBttata and evfGicg tir.es ot jravel in ail (ufepUons. . Tiie James 11. Vtea iiS r-.eea tDoroaBiyjr. pr may 1 :poathi" Umas'f.disj,adcH ifetthe iyrry of freights, and -uaEt.r.er s arc manured thst no ex ertion 00 our, pait wilibe rparcd toM:ier the James IL Lucas woUbyof lhtgfcet8f pa?ir ape which heretofore "tian bn, and "we'trcpe nay coetiarso to be Ttert"ii" to her. " . .47. . . - ANDREW- WINE LAND. s ' Strayed cr Stoleza l TT'ROM the subscTlbef. Hring r.aar X. ' Mir3 srille, Kansas rentViry, about the 23d of No-"ewrbi?r" "Us4 s:j h?ad tf work oxen oi tJi tofoir,ph,:h?'.i&tii One pair of brirdU' stages, terr dir IrreKe jvs old, with holes in th"r horns ; .qe pairof fH year elds, with white backs, ofleaDnr.uar..-i .ciyer orniatiw ALLE.T AXD ROBEnTSOX. -i - ! TAKERS AND COKFLCTIONERS. riLL Jtecn eosslaiiUi ecj tatJ everyi?s i fa thir"iiii.a."cf tic beet onallty, att'-ti !' In i .? i r'i i . lix Atcilic, H. T. VZ. " "