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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas weekly herald. — 11 May 1855

tT.-C. Zrzzd. Cz:z i.Xci tlo.. it car mmthatiztl Mf.ni f :s tistdtr--., . Litres rih" Wct T fr-i-Jri. t --r'-.''-t -.-'-.. "lev.. ' -.r F., A, TTfiri at t. Joseph U autSarlxei iVr f caifrt aahacriptioni:? V v i;" .r. CvTa'a 'oUowrn g -gentleaen are author lied,' 27 ei peeif unyeqnesle4'to"acf as 7 'f , VV AOENT& TOTIIE &SJL$JIjRALD. JFayxttIc, Mo.F. M.GrijeVBoyd M. Mc- CUtj, and Bird DelbeUe;'.-v - ."J"; r Cexvitat a Md. Louis Eoblson; . - ; ; accah, Kr John W. Harris. - - j . r ' Locutillc, Kyf J. W. Green, Post Master. WnccHKTsa Ky. Stephen Wams. Etta aarrHTowx, Ky. E. II. Uaycraft. C2J"Gapt. Lucian J. Eaatia left oa Sa Uirday hit for St. Joseph, on. the fine and pof trfar BtearoW Sbnora. : ' r; . V- V J Acxso iiTfX.LE.-rhcrc wUib public al of lots at Jacksonville on lh last day f this month and the first day ot Juvm next. Jacksonville is beautifully situated, surroun dad by a'xTeU watra(Tand timbered coun try arid bids fair, to i become a city.' "For terms of sale and fur...

Publication Title: Kansas Weekly Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas weekly herald. — 11 May 1855

I : 5 I I. ' 11 iVi' ; -( . . . . . : r i s i hi iWTtcE l Hereby ivan to tn ra-raiters, and j I olhor-rttreteL, tttat tba.nnder signed hi comuun?i '-he BLACKAXwmNtr ba5f:iti u J.his plicsZanJ "u prepared to "do- ah kind of wa-kiu h:.rba-aei.i,.iu-thi rhj&in f -airsefo iba ir'oniugall Liudj.f 'wagoiis. Hr b-u j,t put ip a uewb iildin; fo bis bjp; Sf- 2etby 3J,-tn thJt coruerrti Tbird and.Cher kse t.eet. lie i prepjjed '-to "do work or Jttort voiici, and o:i rra.-ouapI term.?, end saii-f-io:i given. Cie him a eall and encourage. L.inj trida. ''" .' - 'J. '. -." . ..." v-V -:-' ': " T. 8. ABSEY., Lsxreawcr'h, K. T.Teb.23," 1S55. 24-3 a ' Fal X'a(c Agciicy.& Law Office. riHE undersigned, having established a Rxl X Vacate Agency at the Post OiEce in th cVy . c Wastoa, wi.lgive particular atentioa to tiio f:v chase and sale of Town Lota and Siiaics in he Towns of Uinsai Ten itor j, when the incest Kmt of m&ny will pay.' E"ing Secretary of the Kickspoo City. Association and wet...

Publication Title: Kansas Weekly Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas weekly herald. — 18 May 1855

o -- o - V p i,-- y.yT- :r.-V - y. jfjjvVvv j--tji. .''"S-'2? y'-C ' '- "Vi? ' . - .. ".- :. .v.:-: ,U ' . - .r: ? " r-- :-" --v --t. "."' U'wb dollars 1 I : t ! III I - . .1 il ls I It 1 ...... If 1 I I 111 - I : " '.1 Ji . 1 fry BY E AS TIN & ADAMS, M WVBIUUKD XTXBT FRIDAY MORNIXO, BY EASTIPf & AJJAIttS, 1VC1AV 1. SASTIX. . T - WM. II. ADAM8. Terms of Subscription. X Copy, on year In advance $2 00 SO CodIm. " " " " 30 00 Terms of Advertising. One square, 10 lines or less, first insertion $1 00 one eacn additional insertion, 00 Announcing candidates, Tin advance,! 5 00 PATIO J. JOHXSOJf. AS. M. I.YI.X JOHNSON & LTLE, ATTORNEYS 4 COUNSELLORS AT LAW, Lkatexworth Citt, K. T. TTAVING permanently located in the City of JL J. Lieavenwortn, and associated tnemseives to gether in the practice . of their profession will to tneir care. OVFTflF! Second door west of the Leaven Worth house on Delaware Street, where one of them may at all times oe round. N. B- Special attention given...

Publication Title: Kansas Weekly Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas weekly herald. — 18 May 1855

I ', ' i : . " .-"V x 4 1 THE HERALD. LUCIANJ. EASTIN, Editor. H. RIVES POLLARD, Associate Editor. LE AVEIfWORTEr, FRIDAY, MAY. 18, 1855. IrT-W. S. SWYMMER. General NeWsnaner aadAdrertising Agent, No. 14, Second Street, pposits the post umce, sc. Louis, Mo., is the aatborized agent for our paper. The Election. . Pro-Slavery Men to, the Ren cue! Grand Rally on Tuesday next. Though the recent act of Gov. Reeder in calling a second election in this as wtll as in other Districts of the Territory is em piratically repudiated and looked upon by our party as an arbitrary and intolerable assumption of power, yet after calm and mature consultation, thoughtful and delib erate consultation, the, pro-slavery party of this district have unanimously agreed for many good reasons ' that must suggest themselves to every reasonable mind, on due reflection to rally to the polls on Tues day next. The pro-slavery party will not go to the polls on the ensuing election with any object of accomplishing wha...

Publication Title: Kansas Weekly Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas weekly herald. — 18 May 1855

KANSAS. HERALD. tFRIDAY,2JAY 13, 1835. - - , i AGEIJTfl."- v ..- ' W." C JojrxKfirm of Slots Jt Jones, St Louis Ho.. i our authorized agent for that city, ' - Yt. W. Cnxma is agent for the Herald in north Treat Missouri.-. . . , -' -." Ds. T. J. Kixx, is oar agent at De Kalb, Mo. F. A. Wxst, at tJbaepbis authorized to re -eeive subscriptions. :. gl'Hg following gentlemenare authorized, C4 respectfully requested to act as AGENTS FOR THE KANSAS HERALD. . Fayxttx, Mo. F. M. Grimes, Boyd M. Me Crary, and Bird Detheiage. r- .- Columbia, Mo. Louis Robison. -- Locisviixx, Ky. J. W. Green, 4r Post Master. Wixchzstsb, Ky. Stephen Adams. Eiizabethtowh, Ky. E. H. Haycraft. JC5 We take ptat pleasure in " calling especial attention to the . advertisement of F. A, Hunt & Co., PaoBuce, Gejerai. CqMMISSIOX . AKD FoKWAEDISG MeU- chakts of St.' Louis, for we have every assurance they ate active and energetic business men, and deserving of a liberal patronage from the public " Their store is commo...

Publication Title: Kansas Weekly Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas weekly herald. — 18 May 1855

ft . i 1 ..7. , -? - ?; .VAttention Sauatier .govercixu. ' ;mi s s 6 u r i ? . STE X M ; PL A IOTNG .IIILL, Sash, Jcor, and -hliticl .v r : JP. c v&rzir'i (Corner of Xinth'andYalnul Streets,) IF YOU WANT to save 6tf to'lOO per cent on vour bills of Lumber and work, you must pur chase in St. Louis". . . The following are some of the p; ices of building Materials, Lumber, &c. ' Clear -Lumber $40 00 per 1000 feet. ; " ' 2nd Quality $30 00 " 1000 3d " " $25 00 " 1000 " Klipnth.nfr. 22 50 " 1000 - " . : Frame Timber, $25 00 to $30. per 1000 feet. - Flooring, . . $32 00 to $4U 1UUU " ' Weather boarding 20 00 to $25 1000 Facing Lumber, 1 side $3 00 2 sides $3 50 per 1000 feet. . , -' -Sash 8 x 10 11 thick 5j ets. per light. :.. " 10x1211 7 " " ' " , 10x14 1 10 " " " Doors? feet 8 by 6 feet 8 12 thick $2 40 - 2 " 10 " " 10 If ,'. $2 55 u a , - 'r- if " . $2 so - These are some of the Prices that we sell at. For ful I Particulars see our printed bill ofjprices. VV are manufacturing t...

Publication Title: Kansas Weekly Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas weekly herald. — 25 May 1855

MT-T7T-7- ;7 T , V vanoe. KC wo IDollaro BY EASTIN & ADMS, LEAyEWVORTH, K. T. MAY 25, 1855. VOLUME 1 NUMBER 37. II i Is 1 III ir : .tilt I " . li 111 III- I i I l I: f V,.-V ---. 7 1 V .: -V n It V KANSAS WEEttLIIIERALD. II PUBLISHED XVIRT FRIDAY M02NIKC, BT EA8TIN ADAMS,. 1.XJCIAK J. XASTlK. WM. H. ADAM 9. Terms of Subscription. 1 Copy, on year in advance $2 00 20 Copies, " " " " 30 00 Terms of Advertising;. One square, 10 linea or less, first insertion $1 00 One " each additional insertion, 50 Announcing candidates, in advance, 5 00 BIT AUTIIOIUTITY. LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES. Public No. 55. AN ACT to establish the collection dis tricts of Cape Perpetua and Port Or ford, in the Territory of Oregon, and to fix the salaries of the officers of the Customs therein. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United Slates of America in Congress assembled, That there be and hereby is constituted and es tablished the collection districts of Cape Perpetua and Port...

Publication Title: Kansas Weekly Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas weekly herald. — 25 May 1855

THE HERALD LUC! AN J. EASTIN,. H. RIVES POLLARD, Editok. Associate Editoh. IEATEJfWOKTHt "FRIDAY, MAY 25, 1855. Gg-W. S SWYMMER, General Newspaper and Advertising Agent, No. 14, Second Street, eppoMU tie P3t Office, St. Louis, Mo., is the authorized agent for our paper. CST" We are requested to state that Mr. Benjamin F. Simmons of this place, for merly from North Carolina, will be a can didate for Chief Clerk of the House of Representatives, of the Kansas Legisla ture. Jacksonville. A sale of lots will take place at Jacksonville, on the last day of this month, and the first day of June, It is situated about 23 miles west of this p!acerten miles from Alexandria, and is one of the most eligibly situated inland towns in the interior of the Territory. It is sur rounded by good timber, and on the town site, and adjoining it, is an abundance of fine water. Stone Coal, has been discov ered, of a first quality close by. There is at this time, within five or six miles of the town a large an...

Publication Title: Kansas Weekly Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas weekly herald. — 25 May 1855

W. C. Joxxs. Una of Slow & Jones, ct Louis Mo., is our authorized agent for that city. . V. W. Cnxmt is agent for the Herald la north mut Missouri -;'v-. -' V.!- '"; : B& T. J. Kiix, is oar agent at Da Kalb, Mo. F. A. Wxst, at tl Joseph i authorized to re -tiT subscriptions. . ,-7 -;: -: ,' , - : . feil'HX following gentlemen are authorized, 1 n4 respectfully reqnested to act as . AGZNTSrOR THE KANSAS HERALD. Fatxttx.Mo. F. M. Grimes, Bod M. Mc Crary, and Bird Detheiage. '; Columbia, Ho'. Louis RobUon. Lopisviixx, Ky. J. W. Green, $ Post Master. Wiwchxstm, Ky. Stephen Adams. Euzaithtowi, Ky. E. H. Haycraft. St. Josspb Ctcle. E. C. Davis, who has been elected State Superintendent of Common Schools, offers the whole of the Cycle establishment for sale. The duties of his office require his presence at the Seat of Government. It is a Whig paper and doing a good business. . Salt Lakx Uta"h Txr. Brighaxa Young is still acting as Governor, and Col. Steptoe declines the office. Brig...

Publication Title: Kansas Weekly Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas weekly herald. — 25 May 1855

( CbTTwof Jfintb'and Walnut &reds,y ! IF YOU". WANT to save 50 to 100 per cent on your bills of Lumber and work, you mut pur cn&se in St. Louis. ; -The following are some of the pilces of building Materials, Lumber, fcc. Clear -Lumber $40 00 per 1000 feet. 2nd Quality " 530 0O 1UW $25 00 " 1000 '- $22 50 " 1000 $25 00 to $30 per 1000 feet. $32 50 to $40 1000 3rd . . j. " ; ' Sheathing, ' Frame Timber, .Mooring, "Weather boarding 20 00 to $25 1000 " Facing Lumber, 1 eide $3 00 2 sides $3 50 per 1000 feet. Sash 8 x 10 11 thick 5 cts. per light. 10x1211 " 7 " " " . 10x14 l 10. . " .Doors 2 feet 8 by 6 feet 8 1 thick $2 40 2 10 6 10 l " $2 55 ' ' 3 " u7 " If ." $2 80 ;. Tliese are some of the Prices that we sell at. For full Particulars see our printed bill of.'prices. We are manufacturing to order and 'keep on ha id an assortment of Doors, Sash, Blinds, Door and Window Frames, Mantels, Base, Shelving, Fencing, Weather Boarding, Flooring and Mouldings of every Pattern. Our work ...

Publication Title: Kansas Weekly Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas weekly herald. — 1 June 1855

. if j . . , :- - ... . III y . J 1- I " 1, ytfl vaaibo. BY EASTIN & A3AMS, ; ....... v :.i " "- . -4-i LEAVENWORTH, K..:T.'J YOXUAIE- l---NUiiBER S8. BJTIK Jt, ADAMS, rtAK jbabtik. wm. h. adaxi. Tcrmi of Subscription. . I ' Copy, one year in ail ranee $2 00 10 Copiei, " " " 30 00 Terms Of Advertising. Oae i quart, lOlinea or less, first insertion $1 00 On4V'. each additional insertion. 60 Announcing' candidates, in adrance, 5 00 BY AUTHORITITY. LAWS OF THE"UNITED STATES. Public 61. AN ACT to amend " An act to carry into effect a treaty between the United States and Great Britain," signed on the fifth of "June, eighteen hundred and fifty-four and approved August fifth, eighteen hun dred and fifty-four. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of . the United States of America in Congress assembled, That from and after the date when the reciproc ity treaty of the fifth of June, eighteen hundred . and fifty-four, entered into be tween Great Britain and the United S...

Publication Title: Kansas Weekly Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas weekly herald. — 1 June 1855

JLUGIAH J. ,-EASTIN -i Editor. H. RIVES POLLARD, Associate Editor. LE ATE5 WO RT H , It l FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1855. W. S. SWYMMER, General Newspaper and Advertising Agent, No. 14, Second Street, pposite the P3t Office, St. Louis, Mo., is the authorized agent for our paper. g3"We are authorized to announce the name of Benjamin F. Simmons, as a candidate for the office of Ghief Clerk of the House of Represen tatives of the Kansas Legislature." ' . , Wanted. -A woman or girl, to do the housework in a small family. A liberal price will be paid per week or month. Apply to the Editor of this paper. SmitGLEs.-T-Some person without leave or license, took fire Hundred shingles from before the door of our residence last Mon day morning. The individual .is hereby notified to return them, or he may receive a more special notice. We take great pleasure in direct ing attention to the Card of-.YosTi & Shields, Wholesale Dealers in Boots and Shoes of every quality and descrip tion. We commend them ...

Publication Title: Kansas Weekly Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas weekly herald. — 1 June 1855

KANSAS HERALD , LEAVENWORTH. JUNE 1, 1855. ; 'AGETTTS;' ' "W. C. Joirxs, linn of lost fc Jones, fit Louie Mo., is our authorized agent for that cit y. - gTax following gentlemen art authorized, indrespectfully requested to act a 'AGENTS FOE THE KANSAS HERALD. Fayette, Mo. F. H. Grime, Boyd 1L Mc Crary, and Bird Detheiage. Columbia, Mo. Louis Robisen. Louisville, Ky. J. W. Green, tr Post Master. Winchester, Ky. Stephen Adam. Elhabethtown, Ky. E. H. Haycraft t&STi The last Collins steamer, took out the largest amount of coin from this country that was erer taken by one vessel, viz : $1,890,000. EST" The June number of the Ladies Christian Annual is on our table. It fully sustains the high reputation the work has received for pure and chaste literature.- The next number commences the fourth volume of this popular Journal. It is pub lished by Jas. Challen, at Philadelphia, Pa., at 31 in advance, six copies for 85, thirteen copies S10, twenty copies $15. - fig?" From tte last number ...

Publication Title: Kansas Weekly Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas weekly herald. — 1 June 1855

A 7 f 5 'V a;h i i Ii fi h Attention &auatter Sorer eiern. Corner of J)TintA and rWalnut Struts,) n ot-. Xjoiii riyzgp 't::yp. TF YOU WANT to save 50 to 100 per .cent on Xyour bills of Lumber and work, you must pur chase in St. Louis. ; Thespliowing; are.some of tlie prices ef building Materials, Lumber, &c. A Clear Lumber $10 00 "per 1000 f eet. .. 2nd Quality" $30-00;-" 1000 . . 3rd " . f " $25 00 " . 1000 " ; Sheathing, ' . ' '" $22 50 " 1000 ' " '..". ; Frame Timber, $23 00 to $30 per 1000 feet Mooring, $32 50 to $10 " 1000 Weather boarding 20 00 to $25 " 1000 - Facing Lumber, 1 side" $3 00 2 sides $3 50 per 1000 feet. ' Sasti 8x101 thick 5 eta: per light.' V: 10x1211 " 7 " " 10x14 1 " 10 " " Doots 2 feet 8 by Of eet 8 If thick $2 40 ; 2 " 10 " 6 " 10 if " $2 55 u 3 tt 7 ' : lj - $2 80 A 1 'These are some of the Trices that we sell at. Vnr full Particulars see our printed bill oPprices. " ,We are Manufacturing to order and keep on Vi i-irf an assortment of Doors, Sash, B...

Publication Title: Kansas Weekly Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas weekly herald. — 8 June 1855

:v: J - fill II I " i-1 i r ' i BY EASTIN & ADAMS, ., . 1 , ; VOLUME 1 NUMBER 39. V- h ""si i V . i t V KAIfSAS WEEKLY HERALD. IS PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING, ST EASTIN & ADAMS, LTJCIAN J. EASTIIC. WM. H. ADAMS. Terms of Subscription. 1 Copy, one year in advance $2 00 20 Copies, " " " 30 00 Terms of Advertising. One square, 10 lines or less, first insertion $1 00 One " each additional insertion, 50 Announcing candidates, in advance, 5 00 BY AUTHOIUTITY. LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES. Public 65. AN ACT making appropriations for the naval service for the year ending the thirtieth of June, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-six. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the following sums be, and the same are here by, appropriated, to be paid out of any money in the treasury not otherwise ap propriated, for the year ending the thirti eth of June, one thousand eigiit hundred and fifty-six. For pay of com...

Publication Title: Kansas Weekly Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas weekly herald. — 8 June 1855

T HE HE RASE D. LUCiANJ. EASTIN,. H. HIVES POLLARD, -r- , ' -L. Editor. Associate Editor. LEAYENWORTH, FRIDJJY, JUjYE 8, IS5. 3TW. & SWYMMER, General Newspaper nuil Advertising eni, No. 14, Second Street, opposite the Pst Office, St. Louis, Mo., is the iimuorizoa agent lor our paper. 3?" We are authorized to announce the name 't BenjaiinI' Simmons, as a candidate for the office of Chief Clerk of the House of Represen- taiivps of the Kansas Legislature. The ISusiness of worth. JjCtiven- Never Lave we seeu the prospects of our city more bright and cheering, or. her busi ness more active and animated, than at the present time. We need no stronger evi dence of the growing prosperity of our city than her sreneral appearance and the. active movements of her citizens. Every where can be seen a discernible increase in her business, and on all sides are the most gratifying indications of thrift and prosperity visible. Stores are being erected, houses arc being constructed, and every thin...

Publication Title: Kansas Weekly Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas weekly herald. — 8 June 1855

KANSAS HERALD LEAVENWORTH, JUNE 8,' 1855. AGENTS. - ' W. W.'Cnime is agent for the Herald in north west Missouri; , - ' -' ;. Dt T. J. Kirk, U our agent at De Kalb, Mo. F. A. West, at t. Joseph is authorized to re ceive subscriptions. ' - ' W. C. Jones, firm of Slo?s &. Jones, St. Louis Rio., is our authorized agent for that city. --.. G3The following gentlemen are authorized, : thI respectfully requested to act as ; AGENTS FOR THE KANSAS HERALD. Fayette, Mo. F. M. Grimes, Boyd M. Mc Crary, and Bird Detheiage. Columbia j Mo. Louis Robison. ' " -, Louisville, Ky. J. W. Green,4r Post Master. Winchester, Ky. Stephen Adams. Elizabethtowm, Ky. E. H. Haycraft. Ready Made Houses. The attention of such of our citizens as design building is directed to the advertisement of E. Sim mons, who is prepared to furnish all kinds of ready made houses on the most reason able terms, Our citizens now have a fine opportunity of purchasing neat and substan tial buildings, at low figures. We hope they...

Publication Title: Kansas Weekly Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas weekly herald. — 8 June 1855

3S- V'v;-J?'is;. Attention Squatter Sovereigns, MISSOURI , STEAM r PLAINING MILL, Sash, Door, and Blind FACTORY, .(Corner of Ninth and Walnut Streets,) IF YOU WANT to save 50 to 100 per cent on your bills of Lumber and work,you must pur chase in St. Louis. The following are some of the prices of building Materials, Lumber, &c. Clear Lumber $40 00 per 1000 feet. 2nd Quality " $30 00 1000 " 3rd " u $25 00 " 1000 " Sheathing, $22 50 " 1000 " Frame Timber, $25 00 to $30 per 1000 feet. Flooring, $32 50 to $40 " 1000 " Weather boarding 20 00 to $25 " 1000 " Facing Lumber, 1 side $3 00 2 sides $3 50 per 1000 feet. Sash 8 x 10 11 thick 5J cts. per light. " 10x12 if " 7 " " u 10x14 lj " 10 " " Doors 2 feet 8 by 6 feet SI thick $2 40 2 " 10 " 6 10 1J " $2 55 3 " "7 1 " $2 80 These are some of the Prices that we sell at. For full Particulars see our printed bill of 'prices. We are manufacturing to order and keep on hand an assortment of Doors, Sash, Blinds, Door and Window Frames, Mantels,...

Publication Title: Kansas Weekly Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas weekly herald. — 15 June 1855

in mm. mm it I i it i I ; i i I I i i i u it i - y 4 i f I ! i i'l- l i-y I . ' r 2 . -ft Xi''-'ls "V. 1 - Is i- I tit X' wo IDollars 'Our "VbLOlo ;Ooix3a.tiy. BY EASTIN & ADAMS, LEAVENWORTH, K. T JtJNE 15, 1855. VOLUME 1 -NUMBER 40. -V Hi ' 1 8' KAXSAS WEEKLY HERALD. IS PUBLISHED EVERT FRIDAY M03NINO, BT EASTIN & ADAMS, LVCULH S. EASTIN. . WM. II. ADAMS. Terms of Subscription. 1 Copy, one year in'advance $2 00 2W Copies, " " " " 30 00 Terms of Advertising. One square, 10 lines or less, first insertion $1 00 One " each additional insertion, 60 Announcing candidates, in advance, 5 00 Iir AUTIIORITITIT. LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES. Chap. CLXVII. An Act to provide for the erec tion of Public Buildings in the' Territory cf Kansas. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Rep resentatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the sum of twenty five thousand dollars be, and the same hereby is, appropriated, out of any money in the treas ury not otherwise approp...

Publication Title: Kansas Weekly Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas weekly herald. — 15 June 1855

THE HERALD- LUCI AN J. EASTIN, Editob. H. RIVES POLLARD, Associate Editor. FR1DJ1 Y, JUNE 15, 1855. ff-W. S. SWYMMER, General Newspaper and Advertising Agent, No. 14, Second Street, pposite the Post Office, St. Louis, Mo., is the suujurizeu agent ior our paper. "We are authorized to announce the name cf Benjamin F. Simmows, as a candidate for the office of Chief Clerk of the House of Represen tatives of the Kansas Legislature. Jin Infamous Outrage. W can truly say that we never listened to the recital of a more gross and infernal outrage, than was recently perpetrated on a Mr. Wm. J. Osborn, by a gang of Cin cinnati Abolitionists, known as the Man hattan Town Company. The facts of the case, we give, as they hare been narrated to us. On the 5th of the present month, while Mr. Osborn was working on his claim on the Kansas river, at the mouth of the Blue, near the town site of Man hattan, some fifteen or twenty men of the Manhattan Town Company, armed with guns, pistols and clubs, came...

Publication Title: Kansas Weekly Herald
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