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i a w v (J v v ij f i , Lawukcx, Dee. 20, 1356. Fwra Superfine, $4 50 33 hundred. WBrA-l 50 V bnaheL - Cow 50(5,C0c. " Cow jieaj. $i;oo. " ' WaiTt Beass $23 00 V) bush. Potatois $L25jrl 50 1 ? Swiet $2 00 " t Carts Amxs $1 25(22 00 " . PlTjB , " $3 " .' Cjucxxbs 15c. per. fi. Fxisa BcTrai 3035c. t fi. i aast 20 25c. . . , t.&UJEATUS--122C. " : Baors Sugar 1623'c. " Vim ' 1820c -. Rice 12c. ' Tzas 73c.3$l 00 " .Coras 16a;20c. " Beet $Q$c " Bacox 11c. " . Codfish 16(3 12.c. Macxemi 121c. " Tobacco 3050c " ; Maxilla Rope 25c. " Soap 10c. . " :Camixs Star, 35c. " Sterine, 25c " Tauow 12c. Beeswax 20c " Cottoh Batting 1520c." Iaos 710c. " ' Naii-710c. i '. Casttkbs 9c. " Loo Chats I2).c " Stove Pot 16c. " Sad Iaoss 10(r 121. ?c. " Hides Green, 4c. ; dry, 8 10c. fit. Salt sack of 200 lbs., $ 50. Axes Sew England pattern, $1 35. Saw Cross cat, foot, 75$1 00. Ox Bom p piece, 25c Socxa 3 cair. 50c. : in lanre demand. L Boots Stogies, p pair,$33 "5. ine, " $3 ou. " Calf, ' " $4 505 50. Sbeetbgs Brown, $yard,10l2c. " Bleached, " 1220c. Prists $ yard, 815c. Delakxs 2550c. On Linseed, fl gal., $1 75. Lard, " $1 251 50. Fish, $1 60. Bcaxixa Fluid ? gal., $1 25. Molasses " $1 00. Bnvr " $1 301 50. Wood Hard, V cord, $3 00. Coal Stone, $ bushel, 30c. Saddles $715. Harness Per set, $1625. Glass 8 by 10 per fifty feet, $3 00. 10 by 12 " $3 25. " 10 by 14 " $3 87. Lumber Per thousand, $3035. Please Take Particular Notice. THE undersigned, for the purpose of a ..thorough investigation into the disbursements disbursements of the funds of the National Committee, and of the disposition and distri bution of the effects and properties of the eame Wonld respectfully solicit communica- tiiina frftm fill YtartiAa liovintfv anv Irnn-nrlaoa of these matters. Individuals, who nave. at any time, either at public or private sale, purchased any property from the agents of aid Committee, would confer a special favor py sending an account of the same immedi- ately. THADDEUS HYATT, Pres't Nat. Committee. W. F. M. ARNY, Genl Ag't Nat. Com. Special Notice. All persons having information of money, or other property, being forwarded to them from the East, through the National Commit tee, are requested to furnish the same to their Agent, v.t.JA. Arny, Jbsq., at the Central Committee moms, Lawrence, and he will investigate investigate such cases, and make good all losses, as iar as practical. Particular Notice. A LIi Tvrsnns nrhn have claims atraJn t ihp National Kansaa finmmitti an?rpnnpst. ed to present the same to the undersigned, immediately. w . r . m. aiu i . lipn'I Air't Nat. Kanoaa IVrnnmiffPO. HAEELED. Dec. 7, in Lawrence, by C. H. Lovejoy, Mr. DIED. In Topeka, on the 6th inst. Mast S Wim- n.E, only daughter of S. P. and N. A. Ww- fle, aged eight months and three days. In Topeka, on the 3dinst.,of typhoid fever, auss oakaii jake akxst&osg, aged JU years. formerly ot itushlord, . x. Acknowledgment Of Receipts tar subscriptions to the Herald of Fretdam,mm Dec 11, to Dec 13, 1S56. Brought from 4th page, R H Armstrong, Hudson, Mich, H Welch, -WTStowe, , " A "W Ockobock, I " II L Home, RevLSHobart, G. Levi. Miss H E Church, C Hotchkiss, Medina. Mich,. 0 L Spaulding, " D Brown, - J Christopher, " Chas Brown, " , D Pratt, EC Coat?, " P Stone, Adrian, Mich, EComstock, M Andrew Graham " . DKUunderwood, " JK TTellman, " Voorhes a Co, TDRanwdell, " J J Newell, E Baldwin, " Mason Hcarsar, Ionia, Mich, C H Branscomb, Lawrence, K. Miss M A Jewett, St Albans, Vt, Isaac VTestover, Prairie City, K, John Mailey, Lynn, Mass, Warren Lewis, " David Hale, H A Clark, " TH Austin, ,. SMBeid, " H N Root, " Timothy Groger, ' " Wolf. " N Adonis, " Wm L.Loomie, " Jas Haskins, " 1 C Kesbet, Cedanrille, O, James Dunlap, " Wm Kyle, " Jas Cresswell, " -31 Rushioa, " . Jas Vanhorn, " John McEinney, " Westley Iliff, JohnOrr,Jr, . " H Dunlap, " Club at Bellevue, Ohio, Harkness Qo, Belleme, Ohio, Br Otis Boise, Lyme, Ohio, Albert Barnard, " Club at Waverly, 111, ' A J LcTcrry, Harlem, 111, Wilson Wightman, Rockford, 111, J R Bingham, " GeoDEdson, , ' " J N Secomb, $1G5 50 2 00 2 00 . 2 00 : 200 . 2 00 2 00 1 00 2 00 - 2 00 4 2 00 2 00 : 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 200 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 1 00 1 00 1 50 1 50 1 50 1 50 1 50 1 50 . 1 50 1 50 1 50 1 50 16 50 6 50 2 00 2 00 6 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 SM Church, Walter Simmons, Winnebago Depot.IU, 2 00 ueo stratum, " Francis L Andre, Lawrence, K, G A Gaylord, "Wblcottville,Conn, C Barnard, Cottage Grove, Ind, J Talbert, BBrattain, " O Y Ross, Fairhaven, O, J Randolph, Camden, O, WmPottengcr, " N G Guard. " 2 00 J 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 1 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 Wm Whiteside, " I Jas Barnett. John Bennett, 1 Levi Kin Rev. C Neff, Gratis O. U Falconer, Hamilton, O, 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 200 T S Fox, Seven Mile. O. G W Collamore, Boston, Mass, John A Andrew, " . Elias WGoddard, " Abram Wilder, Bolton, Mass, N Davidson, Lawrence, K T, S A Doolittle, Pioneer, Ohio, C Clement, Hudson, Mich, L M Hadley, Monrovia, Ind, T G Thornton, Topeka, K T, Joel Grover, Lawrence, K T, Benj F 5outhworth, Benson, Vt, M J Parrott, Leavenworth, K T, John C Ackley, Byron, Ind, JasSChinn, " 1 00 1 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 1 00 Alonzo J Hodson, Great Falls, N H, 1 50 1 50 I Dudley Wiegin, I Albert Wakefield, 1 50 j Stephen Hasbronel, 1 50 1 50 1 50 i T , J I " xtrweil. vuitjt n enaeii, 1 50 1 50 Oliver D Morse. John C Lathrop, 1 50 sb vole, 1 50 1 Hpnrv v. 1 50 I 50 1 00 1 00 2 00 J H Heckham. Meenah. Wis. J Kingman, Cincinnatus, N Y, a. Barbour, Salmon Falls. N H. PMudge, Cortland, NY, T B Floyd, North Sewickley. Pa, G W Crane, Bethel, O, HA Phinney, Dartford. Wis, G W Swift, Mackford, Wis, Simon Burlingame, Ceresco, Wis, W C Burlingame, " Dr Pliny Powers, Detroit, Mich, Z Chandler, " 2 00 I 00 1 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 AH Allison, " 2 00 H D Hill, " 1 80 'Kansas will be Fre .12? SPITE OP--' '"' Tie Old Suck and Border fivfians. rpHE SUBSCRIBER takes this method of -L mforcrir-gthe citizens of Lawrence and vicinity, that he has opened Daguerreotype Kooms over toe store or ooaward s f in-ley, in-ley, on Massachusetts street, where he may be found at all times ready to make you a -GOOD PICTC8E,.,. . He has on hand, at present, a large assortment assortment of plain and fancy cases, which, with a good picture, will be warranted to plese. He ha the pleasure to announce that he is now making arrangements to introduce ior the first time into the Territory AJ4BROTYPE3 ASD rnOTOCtAPHS, as good as can be made at the Eat. O" Pictures of children taken in all kinds of weather. . ' . ' ' To those who have patronized him he begs to return his thanks, and trusts that his work will be a guaranty of the continuance of public public favor. Hj" Call and see for yourselves. JOHNBO"WXES.! Lawrence, Nov. 8, 1356. 21 6. . Kansas Central Committee. . THE following are the officers and members members of the Central Committee, as now organized. Their principal office is at Lawrence, Lawrence, where they are now ready to deliver clothing, provisions, SfC, upon written orders orders from the Local Committees, to those who need, who have no other visible mean of support. Small depots of these supplies will be kept open at other points, under the supervision of the members of this Committee Committee in those localities. Samtel E. Mati.y, President, Topeka ; H. Miles Moore Secretary, Lawrence ; Jas. Blood, Treasurer, Lawrence; Alfred Curtis, Bloomington ; J. M.Winchell, Council City ; J. P. Root, Wabonsa ; Aaron Dow, Allen P. O. Neosha ; H. Miles Moore, Leavenworth City ; Geo. S. Hillver, Grasshopper Falls ; Geo. F. Donaldson, Easton; S. B. McKinzie, Manhattan; M. Fennimorc, Neosho; Thos. H. M'CuIIuck, Burr Oak. Finance, Committee Committee Messrs. Blood, Hutchinson and Curtis. Executive Committee Winchell, Martin and 50 Hillyer. Y. Lawrence, JNov. 2, l&u. Hew Store and "Hew Goods. T AM Tprvhatmv to ho W tn Inform I I friends and the nublic in ireneral. that nt 1 last J have taken possession of the Next Stone store, exactly oppose the fost Upce, where those who favor me with their patronage,will be a little more secure from the chilly blasts of a Kansas winter, than they used to be last winter, when trading at the " Old Shantce." I am exceedingly obliged to you all, for trading with me so much in so poor a store. Now I can offer you as neat and comfortable a place to trade in as the city of Lawrence affords. affords. Call and see me, even if you do not buy any thing. I shall do as welf by you as I can possibly afford, but I have no boasts to make. Call and see for yourselves. CHARLES STEARNS. Lawrence, Nov. 29, 15G. Corn and Potatoes Wanted BY the subscriber, immediately, 100 bushels bushels Potatoes, and75 bushels Corn in the ear, also a few bushels niee white Beans. Nov. 12, 1856. C. STEARNS. Just Received. j XJXTRA Sugar House Molasses, handsome ! Brown Sugar, first rate Rio Coffee, Star Candles.Bar Soap .Side Meat, and Corn Meal. Lime. VKDERS received by the subscriber for V7 lime. 500 bushels will be ready in a few days delivery wherever wanted. ' U.& TiSAiiM, is aiass. su Also, for sale as above, lumber and shingles. Lawrence, April 5, 1S56 tf. FLO TJ B . JUST received, anew supply of Weston Flour. ,This flour is called the best that has ever been introduced to our market. Nov. 5, 1856. C. STZARNS. POTATOES.. JUST received by the subscriber, "not from the Border Ruffians," but from beyond 50 1 LheWakarusa, 250 bushels splendid Mehan- nocK and rink .byed f otatocs, Hoy. o, lttob. U. ai JSAKS. T. L. Waples, TAEALER in Men's and Boys' Clothing, U and Furnishing Goods, wholesale and retail. Corner of Piasa and Second etrecU, Alton, 111. April 2G, 1856.-ly S. B. Catts, TEALER in Leather, Saddles, Harnesses J and Shoe Makers Findiwr. Plasters' Hair, arc. fetore on Second street, Alton, 111, JN ov. , I Bob. lyv 1

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