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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas weekly herald. — 21 July 1855

KANSAS HERALD LEAVENWORTH. JULY 21. 1855. - AGEXTS. v W. vr. Crume is agent for the Herald in north wt Missouri. " , E. K. "Welch, Attorney at Law, Savannah, Andrew County Missouri, is our authorized Agent at that place. Dt T. J. Kirk, is our agent at De Kalb, Mo. F. A. WrsT, at St. Joseph is authorized to re ceive subscriptions. W. C. Jokes, firm of Slogs & Jones, St. Louis Mo., is our authorized agent for that city. fTTiiE following gentlemen: are authorized, nd respectfully requested to act as . AGENTS FOR THE KANSAS HERALD. Fatette, Mo. F. M. Grimes, Boyd M. Mc Crary, and Bird Detheiage. Columbia, Mo. Louis Robison. Louisville, Ky. C. C. Green, 4r Post Master. Winchester, Ky. Stephen Adams. Elizaehthtovtm, Ky. E. H. Haycraft. JtT T)r. F. M. Mason, who leaves in a day or I w o oh a visit to Ohio, is author ized to receive subscriptions and act as agent for this paper. XSST Attention is called to the Card of S. D. Pitcher, Esq. . . ". 23?" From a " Religious Notice" which appe...

Publication Title: Kansas Weekly Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas weekly herald. — 21 July 1855

S.ILSfUD80X, ."'..' JITfZLLZS,' WATCH AND CL0CK-KAX2B, AVrt for to Holliday Dickey's, Westow, Mo.. II AS just receired & full and complete stock of new goods, and calif particular attention to his fine assortment of Watches Has Jos. Johnson's celebrated Church' Strett Lever Watches, in heavy Gold and Silver. cases, warranted to keep perfect time. Clocks- of all kinds and some of the finest ever brought to this plce ; and an excellent stock of Silver Ware and Fancy Goods. Feb. 16, 1865, tf. DR. HOLLAND, having permanently located in Leavenworth City, K.T. tenders his pro fessional services to the citizens of the city and country. Dr. H. having been engaged in active practice for thirty five years, feels confident that he will be able to render entire satisfaction, to all who may favour him with their patronage. He may at all times be found at the eavenworth House, except when professionally ablest. April 6, 1S55. A. MA C A V LAY , ATTORNEY AT LAW AND OXXEKAL LAND AOZXT. Leavenwor...

Publication Title: Kansas Weekly Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas weekly herald. — 28 July 1855

r I; J.1 W BY EASTIN & ADAMS, yOjJMEUr?NXJMBEK o Dollars f W.- -.a i.OrtvTplO; 0umto. ... j-.-. - -.-A.Mv'wii-. - KANSAS WEEKLY IIEIIALD. II PPBLISHXO XVIRT 8ATUBD1T MOBXINO, T ' EASTIN & ADAMS, LVCIAN J. CASTIK. 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 AUTHORITITY. LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES. Chap. CCVII. An Act in Addition to certain Acts granting Bounty Land to certain Officers end Soldiers who have been engaged in the Military Service of the United States. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Rep resentatives of the United States of America in Congress Assembled, That each of the survivihg commissioned and non-commissioned officers, musicians, and privates, whether of regulars, volunteers, rangers, or militia, who were regu larly mustered into the service of t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas weekly herald. — 28 July 1855

T.HE HERALD. J.UCIAN J. EASTIN, Editor. H. RIVES POLLARD, Associate Editor. ' LEAYEIVWORTII, SATURDAY, JULY 28, 1855. H7LL K EEDER BE REMO VE D I The public mind just now is deeply con earned to know if A. H. Reeder, thepres nt corrupt, imbecile and fanatical incura tent of the Gubernatorial chair, will be dismissed from the station he now so fla grantly disgraces. Since the publication of Secretary Marcy's letter, demanding of Reeder, in the name of the President, sat isfactory explanations as to the extent and tharacttr of his swindling speculations in Indian lands, and threatening a severance of his official relations with this Territory if such explanations were not made, the removal of Reeder from office has been a common and almost inexhaustible theme of comment and speculation with the pub lie. The general opinion here and we may add throughout our mire Territory is that Reeder will be soon decapitated by the present Administration. Every one is awaiting the announcement of h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas weekly herald. — 28 July 1855

. Dissolution, .-,r.;o:.: THE ro-partnership heretofore existing be tween Benz It Stevenson is this day dis solved by mutual consent. All persons owing the firm will settle with J. J. Bentz, who con tinues the business, and will pay all debts owed by said firm. ' J. L BEN2, July 21, 55.' G P. STEVENSON-, 5 NOTICE. I 8H ALL be absent from home for some two weeksjon business, during which time J. Westcott is my authorized agent to transact my business during my absence. - . - S. D. PITCHER. Leavenworth, July 19, 1855. For Missouri River. Independent Pacltet. THE fast, elegantly furnished Steamer Gold en State, John Gunsollis, Commander, for Boonville, Glasgow, Brunswick, Miami, Lex ington, Camden,Bichfield, Kansas, Leavenworth Weston, Atchison, St. Joseph and all interme diate landings. Passengers and shippers may rely upon the Golden State remaining in the trade throughout the season, and every exertion on the part of her officers will be made to insure the comfort and safety of pass...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas weekly herald. — 28 July 1855

; -tLllNVDHOJii iKWEUER, WATCH! AND CLOCK-MAKER, Next door to Itolliday f Dickey's, WestonVMo.. HAS ins t received a full and complete -. stockof new good, and calls particular attentiou to his fine assortment or : , .lYatches . Has Jos. Johnson's celebrated Church - Street Lever Watches, in heavy Gold and Silver cases, warranted to keep perfect time. Clocks of all kinds and some of the finest ever, brought to this place ; and an excellent stoek of Silver Ware and Fancy Goods. ' - Feb. 16, 1865, tf. - .A. Card. T'VR. HOLLAND, having permanently located -L-r in Leavenworth City, K. 1. tenders his pro fessional services to the citizens of the city and country. Dr. H. having been eneacred in active practice for thirty fiveyears, feels confident that lie will bo able to render entire satisfaction, to ail who may favour him with their patronage. He may at all times be found at the Leavenworth House, except when prof esiionally absent. April 6, 1855. A. MACAULAY, ATTORNEY AT LAW AND GENER...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas weekly herald. — 4 August 1855

'Otir Wlxole - Ooi i n txy . BY EASTIN & ADAMS, LEAVENWORTH, K.. T. AUGUST 4, 1855. VOLUME 1 NUMBER 47. Two Dollara KANSAS WEEKLY HERALD. It PUBLISHED KTEKT SATTXKDA.Y MOUCIXO, BT EASTIN it, ADAMS, LVCIAIT J. EASTIX. WM. H. ADAMS. Terms of Subscription. 1 Copy, ont year in advance ' $2 00 SO Copies, " " 30 00 . Terms of Advertliinf. Oat square, 10 lines or less, first instrtion 91 00 Ont " each additional insertion. 50 Announcing candidates, in advance, 5 00 Kansas JLegislature. GOV. REEDER'S VETO MESSAGE. To the House of Representatives of the Ter ritory of Kans ar. I return to your House, in which they originated, the bill entitled "an act to pre vent the sale of intoxicating liquors and gamei of chance within one mile of the Shawnee Manual Labor School in the Terri tory of Kansas," and the bill entitled "an act to establish a ferry at the town of Atch ison in Kansas Territory," without my ap poval. 1 see nothing in the bill themselves to prevent my sanction of them, and my re...

Publication Title: Kansas Weekly Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas weekly herald. — 4 August 1855

m TT m TT T7 a -r r LUCIANJ. EASTIN,. JJ. RIVES POLLARD, Editor. Associate Edito. LEATEHWORTIIi SATURDAY, AUGUST 4, 1855. JYo Legislative JVcivs. From some inexplicable and vexatious cause we have failed to receive our usual report of the proceedings of our Lesrisla ture, and other important documents which should have reached us in time for publica tion in this issue. We learn, however, from persons who have just returned from the Mission, that no business of impor tance has been dispatched by our honora ble body of Legislators for the past week. GEJf. J. W. WHITFIELD, AND THE "PLATTE ARGUS." The Platte Argus in its last issue when recommending Gen. J. W. Whitfield to the people of this Territory as the "proper person to represent theii interests in the next Congress of the United States, takes occasion to charge this paper with misrep resentation " for having stated that Gen. minuet iiuu wriuenio tno Editor oi this paper a letter disavowing the fact of his running last fall as a p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas weekly herald. — 4 August 1855

B. HOACLASP - - JOHJC T. BRADY. HOAGLATiX & BRADY, ArrQENIE & COUNSELLORS; AT LAW .1; -,. . aw koiiciToxs ih chaxcTkt; -; JUtOf Practical Surveyors and Draftsmen, . Tecumselis K T 1 figf Will promptly attend to all businesi en trusted to their care. july 28,-tf. QXO. W. PERKINS. U. I TRTTrSBKLL. FEIUiEVS &, TRL'ESDELL, TTORXIt AT LAW & SOLICITORS IK CHAKCERY - Leavenworth Cily, K. T. Kg Ofice with A. & B. E. Retse, 3 ' Jily 21, 1855-tf. " Dissolution. : "PIIE copartnership heretofore existing be JL tween Benz &, Stevenson i3 this day dis solved by mutual consent. All persons owing the firm will settle with J. J. Bcntz, who con inues the business, and will pay all debts owed y said firm. 3 J. I. BENZ, July 21, 55. G. D. STEVENSON. NOTICE. SHALL be absent from home for some two weeks on business, 'during which time J. SVestcott is my authorized ageat to transact my .usiness during my absence mcUE1L Leavenworth, July 19. 1855. For Missouri IZiver. Independent Pa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas weekly herald. — 4 August 1855

S.HWUDSOIY, 'IXWZLLER, WATCH A5D CLOCE-UAXI1, t Next door to Holliday St Dickey', Wzitox, Mo.. II AS just received a full and complete stock of new goods, and calls particular attention to bis fine assortment of ' TFatcliea Has Jo. Johnson's celebrated Church Street Lever Watches, In heavy Gold and Silver cases, warranted to keep perfect time. Clocks of all kinds and tome of the finest ever brought to this place ; and an excellent stock of Silver Ware and Fancy Goods. Feb. 16, 18G5, tf. TTR. HOLLAND, having permanent! located J in Leavenworth City, K.T. tenders his pro fessional services to the citizens of the city and country. Dr. II. having been engaged in active practice for thirty live years, feels confident that be will be able to render entire satisfaction, to all who may favour him with their patronage He may at all times bo found at the Leavenworth House, except when professionally absent. April , 1856. A. MACAILA1, ATTORNEY AT LAW AND GENERAL LAND AGIXT Leavenworth, Kansas....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas weekly herald. — 11 August 1855

::! Urn-: Vi ii iV sysar .'.'J'i-i'.tj --- 1 I Y 'i .14 l!. 11 I Ill l I -.- iiJf-, 1 1 1 .: li I . - n . f h -rr ii-ir rv;-- Two Dollars - ;,r .rw'.vi;;'-'-:,;;-;, fOlir TtHaolo, Ctountscv-iiH -vi!; ,.T.v r-r i-vi"-'1' ' '"'Xtl'Advanoe. BY EASTIN & ADAMS, ; '- ;, ;- ' ; - ' LEAVENWORTH .7 VOLUME 1 ---NUMBER 48. . WEEK-1L.Y HERALD. ' If FVBLISHED XTIHT SATURDAY HORHIKS BT . . EA8TIPT & ADAMS, LTCIAX 3. EASTIK. WM. JI. ADAMS. Terms of Subscription. 1 Copy, on year in adrance $2 00 fO.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,j 5 00 Bf AUTHORITITX. LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES. Chap. CLXXV. An Act making Appropria tions for the Civil and Diplomatic Expenses f Government, for the year ending the thir tieth of June, eighteen hundred and fifty-six, and for other Purposes. JJe it enacted by the Senate and Houte of Repre sentative of the United State of America ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas weekly herald. — 11 August 1855

1 o V? t.f V .2? ar . : . ) 1MIE IT K RAT,' D: LUCIAN J. EASTIN,.... ? Editok. JI. RIVES POLLARD," Associate Editor. LEATEHWORTH, SATURDAY, AUGUST 11, 1855. Kansas without a"' Govekxor. Re port says that the Hon. Jno. L. Bawsojt, of Pennsylvania, has declined-the Gover norship of this Territory tendered him by President Pierce, in place. of Reeder re moved. If so, it is to be hoped the Presi dent will now appoint a Southerner to the Gubernatorial chair of our Territory. NOUS VERRONS. Thanks. rTo our highly valued friend J. A. Haldehman, Esq., the popular and efficient Clerk of the Council, for many valuable Legislative documents. Tennessee Election -Democracy Triumphant. Our latest St. Louis advi ces lead us to believe that Johnson Dem ocrat is elected over Gentry Know Nothing. Cholera at Fort Riley. Amid the general panic and desertion at Fort Riley, which attended the recent fatal prevalence of the cholera at that post, and which immediately followed the death of the lamented Ogde...

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

THOS; H.DQYLE, & CO., wholesale XX9 arTAiirxAiXHS nr STAPLE - AND FANCY? DRESS GOODS," GROCERIES, HARDWARE," -QUEENSWARE, BOOTS, ' SHOES AND ' READY MADE CLOTHING; Take this medium of informing their friends and the public generally that they have just re ceived and are now opening at their new and capacious store on the Levee near steamboat landing one of the largest, most varied and complete stocks of goods, ever brought to this market. Without attempting to enumerate the infinite varieties of kinds and descriptions of goods to be found in their splendid assortment they would simply say they have, and are re ceiving, a full assortment of STAPLE AND FANCY GOODS, Comprising Cassimeres, Satinetts, Testings, Sheetings, Bleached and Brown Linens and Lin en Goods ef all kinds, Dress Goods, Silks, Prints of new and splendid styles, as cheap as ever. Ginghams, Lawns, Muslins, Berages, and Tis sues. A fine stock of Gloves and Hosiery; also: FAMILY GROCERIES. Teas, Sugars, Coffee, Spice...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas weekly herald. — 11 August 1855

. jrWILLZl, WATCH ABXT CX.OCX-UAXEX, Aiurf doer tm HpUiday Sf Dickey's, - Wmtoh, Mo i HL HASjust received a full and complete T stock of new goods, and calls particular attention to bis fin assortment of . ; ' " " ' TYatcliea: Has Jos. Johnson's celebrated Church Street Lerer Watches, In heavy Gold and Silver cases, rarrantd t keep perfect time. Clocks of all kinds and some of the finest ever brought to this pl&es and an excellent stock of Silrer Ware ind Fancy Goods. Feb. 16, 1865, tf. T" R. HOLLAND, havin? oermanentlv located J in Leavenworth CityK. T. tenders his pro fessional services to the citizens of the city and country. Dr. II. having been engaged in active practice for thirty five years, feels confident that 01 win d aDie io rentier aurc eausiaciion, 10 all who may favour him witn their patronage. He may at all times be found at the Leavenworth House, except wnen professionally absent. April 6, 1855. . A. MACAULAY, TTOaNKT AT LAW AND CEKIHAL tAXD ASEXT. Leavenworth, Ka...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas weekly herald. — 18 August 1855

vUAilM f i Mil 'J f i I I -V BY EASTIN& ADAMS LEAVENWORTH K. T. AUGUST 18, 1855: VOLUME 1 NUMBER 49. ...... ,(iU.i It .uj.l,! f I v:--. -ii I m i n : r KANSAS WEEKLY HERALD IS PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MOBXIKG, BY EA8TIS & ADAMS, LVC1AV 3. EASTIK. WM. H. ADAMS Terms of Subscription. 1 Copy, one year in advance $2 00 20 Comes. " " " " ...... 30 00 Terms of Advertising:. One square, 10 lines or less, first insertion $1 00 One " each additional insertion, 50 Announcing candidates, fin advance,! 5 00 BY AUTHORITITJT. LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES. Light-house Board. For blank books, bind ing:, and stationery, two uunarea ana iuiy aoi lars. For miscellaneous expenses and postage, five hundred dollars. For the General Purposes of the Soutlieast Execu tive Building For the continuation of the Treasury build- ins:, three hundred thousand dollars, to be ex- pended under the direction of the President of the United States, according to tne plan propos ed bv Thomas U. Walter, architect, and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas weekly herald. — 18 August 1855

4 f 11 11 - i 'A a : I ' V THE HERALD. LUCIAN J. EASTIN, Editor. H. RIVES POLLARD, Associate Editor. p :-IATXfFORTIl9'.; TURDJJXJl UG UST 18, 1855. &i?"If R. It." Rees, Esq., will consent to run for the office' of Mayor' of Leaven worth,' 1c will receive the support of MANY VOTERS. ' 63"-The friends of Wm. C. Berry, annouiv e liimas a candidate for Mayor of Leavenworth City at the ensuing city election. MANY VOTERS. THE KANSAS PIOjYEER. .For the information of the contributors to the Kansas Pioneer, we will state that Gol. A. J. I s-acks is an actual bona fide resident of Kansas Territory, not "encamp ed' as the Herald of Freedom would say upon our soil, but a "permanent resident," even in the sense in which our Ex-Governor used the words. He is the sole posses sor of a pre-emption right to a certain claim of 160 acres of land, in our Territory, which he expects to get a patent for some day, if he has money enough. He is a true and thorough squatter of the southern school, and b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas weekly herald. — 18 August 1855

OAMDEIST-POIOT FEJ&AIM .j'- Academy. : Camden Poixt, Female Academy is situa ted ia Platte County, MOi,- seven miles .from Platte City, ten from "Weston and fourteen from Fort Leavenworth, KM., in the,, midst of one of the most beautiful, healthy and fertile sec tions of the , Platte Country surrounded by beautiful and well improved farms, presenting as nne a landscape as can oe round in tHe ittis sissippi Valley.; Its location is peculiarly fortunateand favor able for the establishment of a-permanent and distinguished retreat of learning, sufficiently near the river . and . other thoroughfares to be easy of access and equally remote to shield it from the effects of contagion and epidemics. The Academy building is large and elegant, and well adapted to the necessities of a first class Boarding School. Its dimensions are 100 by 110 feet, capable of accommodating 125 boarders ; well protected against fire, and sub stantial in all its subdivisions aud furnished with all the applian...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas weekly herald. — 18 August 1855

i 11. ft f f? H i 6 - - - t Wholesale and Ketail Dealer in :roceries. Provisions, &c, Offers to self at small probity for cash onljj a gen. tral assortment of Groceries. ' j - Also Flour, Corn Meal, BaconLard, Salt, Nails, Window' Glass," Boots,' Shoes, and various other articles requisite to meet the wants of the country.' v '- " Cherokee Street, between Second and Third, Leavenworth City, K.T. -u August 11th. If". S. Darneal, JTI. D., Resident Dentist, Weston. , Mo. Office for the present at his dwelling, on Thomas street. Plenty of material on hand, of the best quality. Devoting my whole time to the prac tice of dentistry people may be sure of having their work well done. August 11th., W. S. DARNEAL. 8.RIVUDSOV, - - JEWELLER, WATCH AMD CLOCK-MAKER, Next door to Holliday tf Dickey's, " "Weston, Mo.. HAS just received a full and complete stock of new goods, and calls particular attention to his fine assortment of Watclies Has Jos. Johnson's celebrated Church Street Lever Watche...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas weekly herald. — 25 August 1855

.- f I 4 wJilP i I - ti:- ?t 3DoIlar0 'Our r"7TbLIo ;'! OOixxitarsr.' BY EASTTN & ADAMS, LEAVENWQRTHj K. T. AUGUST 25, 1855. VOLUME 1 NUMBER 50 1ft J; J it 1 :i IS. j'4 i .i XLAIT8A8 YFEEHXY HERALD. u rtrsLUHZD every IATUXDAY UOUIKft, XT ;. V. EASTIjr & ADAMI, IBCIX 3. ZilTIK. WM. H. ADAMS. Terms of 8ubi cription. 1 Copy, one ye&r in advance $2 00 20 Capiei, " " " ...... 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 D AUTHORITITY. LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES. For wages of workmen, thirty-seven thousand collars. For incidental and contingent expenses, in eluding fuel, materials, stationery, wastage, in addition to other available funds, forty-two thousand three hundred dollars. At Charlotte, North Carolina. For salaries of superintendent, coiner, assay r, and clerk, six thousand dollars. For wages of workmen, four thousand one hundred dollars. For incidental and co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas weekly herald. — 25 August 1855

i. VI 11 a if t ) ! i 2 it THE HERAL'D LUCIANJ. EASTIN, Editor. H. RIVES POLLARD, Associate Editor. LEATExWOttTn; " SATURDAY, AUGUST 25, 1855. EaT If ,R. R. Rees, Esq., will consent to run for the office of Mayor oT Leaven worth, he will receive the support of MANY VOTERS. 53" The friends of Wm. C. Berry, announce him as a candidate for Mayor of Leavenworth City at the ensuing city election. MANY VOTERS. To Our Patrons. We desire to call the especial attention of our patrons to certain improvements which it is our purpose to make in this pa per, at the commencement of the next vol ume, and which, we think, will render it still more worthy of general patronage. Enlargement. It is intended to en large this paper, on the termination of the present volume, by the elongation of its col umns, and the addition of a column to each page. The Herald will then contain twenty-eight columns, and will exceed in size any of its Territorial cotemparies. Besides this enlargement we shall be ena bled...

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