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WHITE CLOTJD. KANSAS:
uuog.-r -w..if..1fliicb WM ;u motjoD.
ifJL Ijipelop, he csini
or CbiefJH8iic&;of Supremo,
Toi Fin JVacnucr, C
Tereiele Accident. A man named
Frank Htekox.'working at Richardson'
law-mill, on Rash Island, met vritb a
dreadful accident, on Tuesday. He was
in the saw-pit, .hovelling oat eaw-dunt,
and almost under the large circular saw.
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taw: waicn severeu un cjjku". . iuj, "
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tbaihobWer, witb?liieJexcfpfioBl opm ion yojjuiyiw u,j.., .
Ail 1 of skiinoTlne mWirtery. Ifion cannot prodocr the
and afso sawed off ttWtioaof tusLc?ql. proved ?If loyalty and
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"-' l-'or-Coonty' TrcaeurefT
fln BtJJ-iTflA0a6. T AU'? of "t wore foand in all parti of the wound.
.Xl liJirrii!ntClkAk.lV li i. rL. Ri,-n . Macv were seat for. who
CHABIS JUPI.ra-- Toog-otntfrTiHnfl ihmed th"wound
'"Tor County "Assessor,
LYMA'N NASII ' "
For County Surveyor,
E. H- GRANT.
For Cquntj ComTMsetooers,
JOHN H. UTT,,Fir6t.DiC-icU .
R. TV MrCLELLAND. Second Distriot
TTrin r.VK. Third District. -
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ttertlade, and cut a rrigntfal'gish' in hii"
Kml tnnntiiov some of the ribs, and
PETTiFOfloiKO. For a man of preten
sions, the editor of the Atchison Cham
pion can itoop to smaller things than any
person we know of. He lores to make
a display of his sarcasm; and if no other
opportunity presents itself, he distorts
and misrepresents the language of others,
to suitjus purposcWe never said nor
foin&rtiut AtcbSon CityorAtcbi-
the Issne, we have no idea tnat reoen
could carry the County, or begin to oarry
The flesh, where the saw touched.
ibly mangled, and the bone of
the arnTso mucTTihattered, that" pieces
as ftoU'm, It'n'attJre-'wtfpldpermi.r-Thcro-is
a.cWofor.the man to recovor,
bnt bw.tnationiM crtw. , tfaf
- tThe.injarediirfan .BhiAeannOolMiilr in
Pciii6k'8 regimchtrrsThiCoecident' iiwas
the ' revolt1 lieifwASSnlahn
rery Bamfi,ple, -only. few, Says before.
be ih,!wd !h.is hat a"kenT of,j,vapdhis
GeBcral Order W.
- IIudobabttu K-M;, I
To preTent imgnluiUes nd o
farmitr. it Is ordered! v a
I. That from and aftethe Bfjwwlgalioa of ,
this order, the muster rous'of all cotapanlea of
mil! ti orinnir nr. or hereafter to bejBtgawted
in the Northern DWision, stall be rrarded
to Mij.Gen. JameaL. McDowell, Headqua
ttrs at Leenworth. All companies, organia
ing, or to be orgaBUed,.in the Sosthern DI
TUion, shall forward' their rolls to MaJ. Gen.
John B. Scott, HeadqaartaMAt Leroy, Kansas.
A full compliance with the Jw regulating the
organiaatlon is enjoined, and especially that
lection requiring a prescribed oath to be duly
administered to and aubscribed byacnmem
Thomas H. Hartwell,
AT..I1. A FflMmin. Ma wlf.
Samuil Neese. Order of Sale.
Jamsa R. Whitehead.
And the President, Directors
and Company of the
Kansas. Valliy Baak.
BY Tirtue of an order of sale to, me direct
ed, from the Clerkrihe. District Court
Proposal for State Prlatlag.
SEALED PROPOSALS, endorsed "Pro
posals for State Prinins,,, will be recr-
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folly beaten. We believe her uonnty ana
City officers are itnctly loyal.-"iJur we
Bid say that the people of our County
dt'piftd Atchison Bordir RuffianVof otb
er dayi: as much aVthey did those of t.
rebeWBfthe presenl day'BsTmlich'at thay
.In thoso of St. Joifloh. . That Atchison
A nni,r 'Rnffiann. the Ch amnion ad
mits. v That'fihahaVreb'elB, who cheered
for Jeff. Davis, wa hivo the aohority pf
Col. Martin, former'edltor of (ho Oham
aion. whose word the present ditor pre
tends to reeard it at laorilege to donbt,
of Doniphan County,1 Kansas, Eirill "offer fbr
sale, at public auction, fot eish it hand, to fke
highest and,bcst bidder, at (the Court House
door.iu the city1 of Troy, 'Doniphan County.
Kaniaa. between the hours of 8 o'clock A. M.
and 4 o'clock P.' V., on the 5th day of-Deeemi
ber, lew. tbe rollowing aescnoea reai csiaie,
in wit: The onth-east ouarter of section No.
twenty-six, (26) in township No. four, (4) of
Slate of Kansas, without appraisement aad
1 . .1 Mic.A rl.A fll.M..,.w
cu at mc uiucc ui iuc inw."j . - .
peka, Kansas, until the first Moaaay in iw
yember next, for the executing of the sererai
1 ? . 9Mnt:M. in ttpnarate con
trawtg as hereinafter specified, for we tewfli
OaaTear from the fourth Monday
bernext,v a. tS AA
K.. f ifiA rA.njtfvA iVimTMniM.
v. v, - 'rr.!LVir-.Tiii tn".i-A Mid to the hichest bidder, to satisfy the judK'
11. uieceiiwt coniBiiHuio.i wm "" '- . , r. t .u- -v. .:.i.j ....
with utmost care arid" 'caution 'and when
rmtt nliaarvn lW rvtrplp'sn PCH flf tjOSO who
m,v -r "v ww-w. . ... -.-r ":t vrn t i.'t
At .be-heVbf this dolnmn will be' work abopt'themjothe;. wonder . Is jht
found the Republican Oodnt, Ticket-eadfal-accuUntsonomoreuontly
nominated at Trpy, on t Jast,Tbatnrday.
We do not think that any reasonable ob-iection-cair
bo urged against any man on
it. vca 11" cxt. raov3 ";;-
Enoch.Q,-Orahb, thomcandidte for
Sheriff, has had'mtfch experience in-that
.rwsitlpnV'at dopuiy; ii.Vyoung D? f,
energy, and will perform any act which
dnty requires. :.,,, r
Frank M. Tracy, the' candidate for
TreasnreV, is editor of the Troy Patriot.
He wasin'tho Unite'd 8 tates service," in the
old Kansas 1st, and was wonndod ftt the
battle of Wilfton's Creek. He was some
time since discharged from the service,
. on Bccoant of impaired health, the re-
,tnlt.olthat wonnd. . j-ojit
n' Beniamin Harding, for ReiHstor of
Deed8;rhas""already filled 'that' officefor
;." -a-- rni . t .-r 1
6cilp'seripeJ'JyIthk.'saw: tiTbei'e -ctrcu- Bnd wha got-intq personal mnss ior
u, .A.tinVo ,Tkirr?nnii"'Tfirliinpw;IVcn aTinwino-nr. noma of the Baid rebels. Last
... 0!0 ...V -M,w.w- ..-., - u..w...HD.-r
rr -; orrft"vvi r j iLi .
W.'M. Delahat, JoDaB.-Thias a
fruitful subject for newspaper article's, in
rr-JI..li rr:I ....rnn.f.n,;T, nnr.
like'.n bnjleenno than a' reality, andhas
been denoancedJbyitheiBBtira, press of tho
Slate, witbione or-itwoexceptionsand
these gave him?bnt a faint ondorsemsnt,
to avoid 'the .writh1 of lhlr.lofdirfnd
masters. iboi opposition, .ln this ln
stanoe,' .does not r(jq,'fro?i -pcrsenaL (en
mity, for Delahay has.brit iawionemiea,
bntfrom th"e''tr3e 'cause hi"nnBW.
Fall, all of them supported John J. In
galls for office, r.nd John Ji Ingalls sup
ported some of them for .office. But thnt
was when the issne of loyalty was.ignored
when " old political differences were
thrown aside, and a, common effort was
made to beat Jim Lane I"
and forwarded upon the recommendations of
the Major Generals commanding f Ditisiom
Ihe afaJoVaenerais wiU 'cause copiei of the
mutW rolls,'' as soon as possible after their re
eelptrto he forwarded to the offlce of the Ad
jutant Genera). -, c,, . i-
. .III.. Until further ordered, the. regiments
organised in the Southeroj DfrUloa .will be
numbered and recognixed as follows: TJiere
rimebtfsComposedJofjjlbtfiaiAiUa of Douglas
County; Col, B. Fj Swift, commanding; as
number ow ; the; .regiment composed -of the
miUtia of Linn TJoontyf Col. John T. Snoddy,
commandingAS. number two; tbe regiment
oompescd oLthejtuHtiatoT Shawnee County,
Col. "W. W. H.Xawrence, commanding, as
number xbiex. Regiments hereafter ' organis
ed will be numbered according to the dates of
their respectire organisations. 1 '
- By order of the Commander-in-Chief. " A
1 Sept. 24-w.' AdjnUnt General
ment and costs in the abore entitled cause
Giren under my hand, this 23d day of Octo
ber, A. D. 1853. . T.W, J. BEELER,
Sheriff or Uompnan.vounty, Kansas.
Ostober 29, 1663-5w.4 ' Pr's fee, $9.
Der nex(.y v r
Proposal No. l: ;f?V S "
e. ..tj.:f .nvsrcrs w tbeiwo
a VI iu& uiiumux vi -ni . a
Hanaaiof tho Lerislature.'MtMthefHlth Ben
Resolutions and other matte mabe oMr
ed by the two Houses or vtMpj PfHem Si
IWICV ... .tia tutu.- a... vji ww-
per quire at which the bidder proposes to Tar
nish the necessary paper, of good and substan-
ih nie-jLjflkn--farl-.uraM, workt.ana
the price per thousand ems for the'compoaitionj
of the same, at which the biddsr,jH5fwsei'tod;
....nl. th -rnrlr. Hurh WOrr lO DC DnDKU 111
folio foolscap form, on small-pica type, each
MIRROR OF FASHIONS
IpACH number contains large and nit-,;.'
Ll cent Fashion Plates, splendid illustnSr"
of all the rashionable noyclttes forladitsCri
children's Dress, practical information, wd r
life-sixe.Patterns.ctcetc. Tearlr.Si- 8-?
copies. 2S ceMk-PubMed at Mar. S
swr'aBmpoBnmoCFaahioni, 473 Broad..;
. Thomas M- Hartwell, "
T-r . ol
James, F. Foreman, ,
Martha A. Foreman, his wjfc,
James Bjncimah; "
James R. Whitehsad.r
And the President, Directors
and pompany of the'".,
Kansas Valley Bank J t
"' and SamOel NeMe.
in us !
ii ail 1'. 11 V
l-u vl 3!
page to conuin not less man .wen.j -ww
of solid matter of the usual length, ndj 0
lines to be successirely nurabefett in tbeiBhan
er; and in TOunngJbjnjjnupon
Work, the'saine ahaUbe measured as soud
matter, and eTery.necessery;i"rac.tiQ"aif8e
tobe.ceuntad'aa,a fujl-pagt, bat.noj sflfire
bUnk peobfr.cojmtejoj.ehaed for.tj
vfru 7 -.K'frti)
1 fT... ..rT.n.M.nUllV,
hdu jivub? ui -crr-)w"T ,
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& Rood lafcvW'and mnan of deop loarn
mg.takes. prjilo tin, Jos brofe?ion,, and
two veara. iuat be has Riven satislac
,tion, Is evidtnt from tbe fact.pf his.re
, nomination. A heavy effort was mado
"to "defeat him, bnt he-catneont winner.
T Charles Rappelyon, the candidate fo
'County Clerk,' hails, wo beliove. from
.-Wayne xpwnsuip., WOJtre unaqnnipt
'ed.iwith him, bnE have no donbt that ho
Is in'evetyway qualified for the position'.
T" Lyman Nash, the candidate for Asses
",or, haV.held.the office of Probate Judge
. and.CJonnty Commissioaer, and.is quali
fied to fill the one for which ho" .has jnst
baen nominated. '
Henry .Wilson, for Surveyor, at pre;
.ont holds that office, atnl wo bavo beard
no Complaint-Against him.
iiiDr. E. n. Gront'is tho candidate for
'-'Coroner.' A modi'cdl man is the proper
one for that usually regarded jnsignifi-
a-cant, hot realy impoUni, office;,, and
t thoir oxtensive aoqnaintance with dead
?men, would render hfs 1 officeo mora grati-
:ofyinK'Jb the latter,-" than if a stranger
Qoplft sjtjipon them.
-woFor-fCoramissionorsr ,the present In-
vinmbents,.E. D. McClelland and David
Irfe; aretehomltlated for the 2d and 3d
' TJistricrs. ESFtivi 1st' District, the pp-'
'minco is JblmlLTItt. of this place, who.
5ois;thB pght man to look after, tba,Dnn
nial affairs of the County: i-r
As tho ticket will undoubtedly be elect
ed1 throughout, it is oeedless for us to say
c,moje.t , . ,
J-(iIt ?-n T. .' ' Z "-
-J Hodseb ypisfTEn. If White ,01ond
ever becomes n"city,"Bh9 mrist. have" more
'"houses than'at presenC'lF houses cbnld
he had, our po'pplatibn would, increase
j3pavi)llously,- Wb beliovo we may:safe
ly.aay that, had then been houses, this
placo would have'bo'd an accession; with
in tho'pnst two or thros months 'of .at
, least twenty-five new families. Tfot a
sveek. passes but strangers are bore in-
quiring for hpnscs, bnt for want of them,
-Uro compolled logo elsewhore. Is White
SflfAmt'altvSTa In ihrr alnnir nrilh Wa nrns.
,'qnt ntimber of cottonwood sheila, and jio
-cBanco for a new-comer until 6ome -one
x dlM.-sfarves.or i kioked out f - This is
b' matter For' the consideration of those
who,laW pecuniarily' interesfed in the
,ploce, and who have property which will
T. increase. in value and.ratio with the in
crease rof population.
constantly ; applies, himself .to , iL.T,He
earns his Hvelibood by It, sndibndeavors
to attain'greater eminence. Delahay'has
not done" thll.1 'HaSWdone little If any
thing to earn a livelihood and a reputa
tionJy hii'profftMiotljbnt.jhasnbeen a
politlcal'-ipecnlotor,' "grabbing at any
passingrofScS, rand 'living " upon official
crumbs"' He', tias$een Clerk in' the Legis-
Iature, .SurveyqrjjQeneraUj.nnd wanted
to bee United ..btates senator, ana we
know"not:how many othsr offices, great
and"KfflalliiflVervlhinir bnt'his DTofesfon..
Tuat Ja Yflrfhe people jdonU hfy capa
city to filljiis present positionwitb. -credit
to himself;) hhi'.i profession, and1 his
State.' '' " """"'
number of 'tbisrsterlirig periodical 1 hasr
contrib'ntions frbtn'the peh8'of ciongfal-'
low, IIolmeT.Agassir Sumner, .Lowell,
andotb.er cminent;Writer8: ,Tli8 follow
ing'ia thi table of content : "Tho Rpan
ianl ami 'the 'Heretic ; ' Wbariness ; M
.t.' L-. rr .-it f 1t.J ! . irM
LewLs! 'mo f'oirmatlon dl lilaciers;"!
J-H "Election. Voters should remember
that nexfTuesday, November 3d, is elec-t
" tiondayl There is ,bnt one. ticket for
,Odnnty officers,-and therefore there will
be no contest; Dnt nevertheless, qvery
voter should turn ont. We like to see
the people take sufficient interest in pub-
vslia officers, tocome bnt on election days.
'nni list' a'full rote, 'no matter what par-'
mt Ihey belong to. , ,1.
serf "j -? . yf - 'i 1
"ifaj&F' We don't' like to pologize-'for
s tDe meagre amount pi.reaaipg in tms is
' tne,i bnt fti.apreis pf job workwantof
. ,bfirpi ant side work, and '!thing,".were
getting2 ns1 considerably- behind-hand,'' we
thoucht:Itadvfsible to curtail the amount
--pffrCjaaiDg matier jor B'ocur dtu,;iu
order to " come to time."
J" r; .-;ecsS .! ' f -
-.4 aTQaite number of the members
1? of: the list House of: Representatives, rare
Scccs,frx)m4he Life of Blondel ; Night
and Moonlight ; .Apdaute ; The ..Broth
ers ; Tbe Sam. Adams Regiments in the
TowVof Boston-' Wet-WeatKer-WorkV
Tho Frenph .Stfnggla'for NtVal and Col-
i. ui'u,i 1? I7a sua ':'. ". n
onial power; Something Left Undono;
The Great Instrument; The" Zing's
Wine; Mbnograph'from fan Old Note
Book,, with, a Postscript 'Reviews, etc.
Now is (ho time Jo send orders, for tho
new year. Published; byi Tickpojr- fc
Fields, Boston, at,83 a'.yenT. Wo 'fur
nish it 'to our subscribers for'1 82.50.
''l U -' - .v
U J&. .. gnowl Beantifnl SnowT We
have had. from fonr to .six inches of it,
t a 4' t
to-day. If it would-be, allthe same- to
the' aforesaid 'beautiful .'snow;" we should
be'plessed'io huvelt forbear-nntil abont
a montu.uBucc,.wuua wu iupe 10 iiuvc uur
. - r .V i
iraprmja warmer, room luau present.
WtfBball be duly thankfnl, and, embrace
the first opportunity to rociprocato the
favor. : "
lLi?TS ?' ' .'r T- .. .
!--a?r.var news is scarce, tuis week.
QctL-Osterhius.has bad a fight with Qen.
fe.l-D.'Iienear Tusenmbia, Alaba
ma, rod, whipped bim. 8ome of our
force ha'vs performed a Feat" with pon
tqpns,..near Chattanooga.. They are still
tbrowingirsbelj at Charleston; , and Gans.
Meade nd1tke are still playing hide'
andseekr'Thafa 'about all. r r-
( ftsw?I;nr,7.w n;nhf o.r.t . tt.i
KV J .. j ...., v.ay .a ua.
lowe'raj.or All Hallows. Upon this oe-
casion,.in the old country, ehosts, hob
goblins,, and,' auch .institutions, cut all
sbrta of tan(rams.; bnt fn 'this country,
half-grown boys engage in every species
of rnischibf.'Bnch as"pulling' 6ome rold
(l SST John B. Floyd, on his deathf,
bed", said' forgave those who bad said
bad thinffn about bim. . This reminds ns
of tho editor, who, 'retiring from tno
tripod, said, in'hii partingddress: "If
there be any whom -we have offended,
let him present .ns.with a new. hot, and
and we will forgive him, and say no
more about it."
( g& Attcntipn is. called to tho adver
tisement oPOottreH & Brothor, who
have recentlji purcbasod he Sfore.cf J.
L. Allen, in Oregon, and have on hand
a now and extonsive stock of goods. ,
The people of Holt will there find any
thing they rcquiro'in the goods line, at
S5T Light is fast breaking in Mary
land. Judge Kelley, of Philadelphia,
recently, made, a speech on-tbejEastorn
Shore, to nn audience of slaveholders, in 1
which he avowed himelfia Black Repub
lican, which elicited enthusiastic cheers
-gr The'loyal men of Holt County1
have nt length been disarmed", and rebels
armed in their stead. Wo would suggest
to the rebols,i that tho best thing they
conlddo forthemsolves, would be to re
fuse tbe arms, and keep qniet.
turjuiH 7. , .,, , . -nt .,-
t.a Among tne Kiuea 01 oium -
cort, were iAler,ander Miller, a Scotch
man, who formerly resided nt Topeka,
but 'slneb at Forest City. Missouri ; and
a Mr?Ela, formerly a'miller at tho Iowa
m 1 m t
"EW Gen1. Roseerans has been removed
General Ortler Hfo. 5.
HiADQ.niaTxa3 Kansas Militi, )
Torcxi, October 3d, 1BS3. $
'la precincts whereMilitia Companies were
organistd prior to the commencement of the
present year, but havo failed to comply with
the law in matters of drill, reports, 4c, and
new CompaniM have been organised under
General Order No. 1, from theie Headquarters,
absorbing a large proportionof the men enroll
ed'undcr the origiaal organisation, the last or-
ganixation "will bo recognixed and eustained
Members of such Companies are enjoined to
faithfully obey all lawful orders of tlieir'offlceru
last chosen and commissioned.
By order of the Commandor-in-Chief.
G. DUDLEY, Adjutant General.
BIT virtue of an order-'of'eafetb me'flirect
ed. from the Cleric of the District Court
of Doniphan County, .Kansas; IwilL offer 'for
sale, at public auction, tor
highest and best bidder,
door, in the city of TroY,
the 5th dav of December.A.-L;183f between
tbe hours ore o'clock A. M..and, 4 o'ciock r.
M-, theollowing described reaLestate, to wit:
The norih'west fractional quarter of section
No. seventeen, (17) in township No. five, (5)
of range No. twenty-oi e, (21; containing one
hundred and tturty-one.4U-.iyu acres, more or
less, situate in tbe County of Doniphan, and
State of Kansas; to be advertised and sold
without appraisement,-and sold to the highest
bidder, to eatisfv said-iudment and costs. '
Witness, my hand; this 22d dav of October,
A. D. 1S63. W. V. UKKUtK,
Sherilfof Doniphan County, Kansas.
October 29 1 J E63-5w. Pr's fee, 49.
Proposal rto.-. 8
.uu .-f.i "- , , .- .uevt,.
menta as enter into 1 ana ausp p4i"i-"
Jourhab. Bids to sppcifji tUi price !
for the caper, ,the price per qire for thereM
. ' Thirtd'Xourrials'to Be iJrTrfted
rjileaid, amd. Taluable Preraiomil
Si each larlj Sntscriber will be .
k whlekwill enttUe themi to the seletw
of csfte-iwortWT ExtrxJPattem,. Sf?
cpMbBid Cartw deVisIte oi.Gea. Ton, Vwi
aftTWrt; ComSWntt, MUfele Warren, 15"?
T. Itarnum. Esq., the fire in a Gtnn
For a club of 3 subscriber!, at 1 p.,
be sent an extra copy of the Mirror of fJt
ion for one-year, or a-tuperior GoH PM.
lr or a Cluo 01 o, at i eacn, will be tent P.
lerfcA of USrWuiS MlWpTpd rJf op .? '
For a club of 8, Godey's Lady't Bool, er 1
Oold-Pen and SUrer Ezteniign Pen idJ p,nn.
Case 5 F lf I
' Xcluboflff, a Self-tucking Attachment .,
AiMJWtSUel crGHt Combs. ' "
A club of 65, a Vvheelerand TTOioars
ing Machine, wilhfcttachmeau. yt
All uie SubscriSers are entitled ti t.. t.
premiums, and to the getter up of a club of
ions for one year.
Any number; ol subscoptipca crfjitnj ., ;,
sent all togetbe'rv ,,, M "
Splendid inducements for Agentiiie M;.
of Fashions. ' , LJla.lE6l
eashJti nanaioine ertTpe. Uncle leaded, ias qlose.ttdpomnact
&" Lrr??rt order as is consistent with goqd wo.Tkmanatiip,
, "n skid County,' on I- ;,),,,, 1lnnprp'rv blanks. Darasrraphs, or
John P. Bruco '
and ' ' "
Elixa TT. Livcrmore, Order of Sale.
Rosalvinc C. Pcrham- J "A c
Y Tirtue of an order of sale te me direct-
1 t m.a. ,fi n, tm hp nr the flame Size
urv&cu yao, .mw te-- -- , I .. r;
as those of tne journals 01 ,ue rgiBiajum ui
L18C0. ,t . ! t V 4.si c- '
Priposnt No. 3i . !.' 'miA
' FoAbe printing of alt; Reabrta, Communi
cations, and other documents that may. bi or
dered to be printed in PAMEHLET .form, by
tbe .Legislature, oreiinerorancu ucinm ex
cept such as enter into and make a'part of the
Journals, together witb the Tolume of 'PUB
LIC DOCUMENTS. Bide to specify the price
per quire for tho piper, thepriqeper: token. for
the press work, aid tlieprice pcr,thou3aud ems
'for the composition,'. To be'rinted on 'the
sa&'e kind of typentfd the ?.;"" be f-the
tame sixe as specified ior the JonraaUj in Pro
positi Wo, ?. , - ,
-.-,- - , . --It J C f-ji-..lC-i ,
For the printing of tho .general And, loeil
lAVTS aud such 3oit tTe5:ftjuKoM'M:maT bs
dir'peted bTthe LEislaturtobprihUJtbere-
ith. Uids to speoiiy tse pm.e -per qnw j-ot
cd, from the Clerk's office of the Di.-trictltht p.ipr, t'm price, per taken, for thc-apu&s
i, I will oRer i ork, and tho price per fiousand eais lor tne
Court of Doniphan Countr. Kiif
for sale to the bighett and befit bidder, at the
Court House door, in the towa of Troy,onthe futm,-6tf gioI imtilTica tve,the'pse
heoanse he'' dfd tTot gain tho battle of
Ghickamaugr, and General Bragg will
probably he removed because he did not
gain it. Then who did gainMt ?
3,Jt" As the Almanaosays, "Cold
Winter wraps his icy mantle round
the frozen earth."
2 . m .
Boston, Oct. 27. A Morris Island let
ter to. the Herald, savs two deserters from
3hnTleston, give a gloomy account of af
fairs in Uharleston and savannah. In.
the latter city thoy ore starving.
Thoy state that the torpedoes in the
harbor at Uharleston won't work
W hen' the" Ironsides was 'in' the 'lad
timeshe"'ran over one containing 800
pounds of 'powder, but which failed to
explode. The rebels havo two more in
fernal machines,'' intended to destroy the
Borne , of the harbor obstrnttions of
ropes and barrels have rotted, and are
seen every' few days floating ont to sea.
We are assured that tho Charleston city
government ''are anxious to surrender the
city, bnt-" Beauregard' and the military
leaders won't allow it, sayisg'they will
burn tbe city first. J '
The entire rebel forte isfstatcd at thir
teen thousand. Most of' BoanregafH's
foree "went to j reinforce Bragg. . S
2few sand 'battries have 'been ereoted
on:tb ruins of Sumter. . ' -
andidates or re-eToctionlhis sFnll, hndj
rnanHorthemwni'benccfur,1 ' H
" f.if.&m Saturday is the day for the enti-
"rthfef meWinif.' ,Lt ilbe' remettbered. '
against his .door. Vi
jBr'Th Obampion says Atchison
I County has sent sixJinndred men. to' the
ft siW OA4 v u I v aa3
"si.wu '! b J"3 iargur union major
ity thaa':D6niphn.r ' Doniphan Conntv
hasenljwico six'huriHred'ineir to ihe
war,.yet,Atohisqn Oounty.never has and
.cajanpt,i vejt Jarger.D gipn.iosjorlty tsn
Mi.n.nl. ..:i.. ?...? ".T I-
ra.1.u,u.j.. u ,.if, ,x'r -.;:u nesj
I ff" There 'will be a spirited contest
f for HepeMntsvo,J jh)this DistnetT The'
candldrteliDr.Thos?0. Shftve, J.
Ploh'nsSri.'an.'d'Wm.B;, Parkerl' 'Each
cq4ntp hfi warm fnends,( who rejll do
what they can for him.nh'atlithe' contest
will'oo'oetween enreve ann-Johnson.
nf r - r-a J 1
fy jf.DjdiRobert Burns prophesy,con-
. ... r. .j.i-i: "l. - ," 4 . .t
cecaiBgrienai snips,: w.nvo .necwroi tine
' Brfggtf bfAyr P" - 3 tt ,i vf
Geneml Orders To. O.
HEUXWARTias N. Div. K. S. M., )
I'Eatenwoith, September 15, 16C3. (
Commanders of Regiments, Battalions and
Companies, in the Northern Division of Kan
sas State Militia, will direct each Company, at
their first meeting, to sign a copy of the fol
lowing Oath, certified to by a person authoris
ed to adminl'ster Oaths, and transmit the same
to these Headquarters:
Oath. We do solemnly swear that wc will
support, protect and defend the Constitution
ancLUovcrnment or lie United States, and the
Constitution and Government of the State of
Kansas, against all enemies, whether foreign
or domestic, and that we will bear truo faith
and loyalty to tho same; and further, that we
do this without any reserration or evasion, to
perform in good faith ail the duties which may
legally be required of us. So help us God.
Names of Members. Age.
Subscribed and sworn to before me, this
day of , A. D. 18G3.
By command of Maj. Gen. McDowell.
H. HACKBUSCII, A. A. G.
Oct. 8, lS63-4w.
To be'printed in"" roa! octiro
cmillTiua tve.the'DSJe to be
12th Ait of Dece-ndcr, A D. 1SGT, between of ttic same size.nuJ form a3 these of the laws
the hours ef 8 o'clock A M.'aud 4 o'clock P. . of tfir eeioa of the Ter li-jris" Leqijlaiure of
M., the forowing de-.crib.ed roil i-state, to wit:
The south east quarter of tectiou No. fix, (6)
in tmrnaMn Kn. fnlir. f4l of nn No.twentT
two, (22) iu Doniphin County; ta be sold with
out appraisement, to satisfy the judgment and
coits In the abore entitled cause.
Given under my band, this 29th dav of Octo
ber, A. D. 1863. W. Dl BEELER,
Sheriff of Doniphan County, Kansas.
October 29, 18G3-5w. Pr's fee, $7.50.
D. E. COTTRELL. J. G. COTTRELL.
COTTRELL & BROTHER,
(SucctttoT to J. L- Allen,)
In Iinrge Brick Corner, Oregon, Jio.,
HAVE on hand,. at all times, the largest
and best assorted stock of Goods ever of
fered in this market, consisting of
, - " BOOTS & SHOES,
HATS & CAPS,
READY MADE CLOTHING,
which they offer to sell at les3 prices than at
any ether house in the IVeat. We have left
our natire State, and have come to this coun
try forthe purpose of carrying on the mercan
tile business; and we wish to establish a repu
tation, and for that reason we think the people
will find it to their interest to examine our
stock before purchasing elsewhere.
We will bo receiving new Goods every week.
Produce of all,kinds will be taken in exchange
for Goods, at the highest market price. Cash
paid for' Dry Hides and Beeswax.
October 29, 1863-4w.
L CV M. WILLrAMS will be V candidate, at
the ensuing November. election, to represent
the .First District (Iowa Township) in the State
Legislature." ... "Wf
DR.,THOS. C. SHREVE will be supported
by true blue Union men, at thq ensuing elec
tion, for Representative in the Legislature,
from the First District.
-Ctemcral Orders ifo. 7. -
r "HtADQtUMTKS NT DlVl K. 3. M., '
r ' Lxivxawoml, September7 15? 1863. ) '"
i. l. Captains of Companies! in the Northern
Division'of Kansas State Militia, will sec that
every ban'subject to military duty, under the
law's of the State.'is at once enrolled in his re
spective Ward or Township, as the law pro
vides." -All Captains are hereby' authorised to
use portions of their commands in carrying out
this order, t . " -
H.""i Any person? eubject to military1 duty,
who'refases to be "enrolled, or to1 take the oath
''prescribed byaw, and pubTiahed inGeneral'i
Order No. 6; is at once to be reported to these
tHMdfTTMrt. .Hi"! . i.
L -. T'-. .T . .- .?. .; .
" 'nn''AlI Companies of Enrolled Tttilitia in
the Northern District? excepting those pf the
dtiespf Levcnworlhan3Alchisop,wilJ meet
for,driU onSatnnlaj of each week, at the time
and place fixed by their commanding officers.
By. command of Maj. Gen McDowtU.
ifll .'a . HsJliACKBDSOH. A. A G.
NOTICE is hereby giren, that I will meet
the Tax-parere of Brown Countr, to re
ceive Taxes for 18G3, at the different voting
precincts, tno lolloning days, from 9 o clock
A. M. to 4 o'clock P. M.:
Boy's Creek, at Peter Baum's, Nov. 16, ,1863.
Fadonia, " 17, "
Robinson, ." 18, "
Hamlin, , f t " 19,
Pony Creek, Jonathan Scott's, " 20, "
PowhaUni'C Cf Grubb's, 23, '
Page's Precinet.'John Psge's, " 5. "
Hiawatha, 26 27, "
and at all times thereafter, at my office, in Hi
awatba.. GEO. J. ENGLEHART,
Oct. 29-4w. County Treasurer.
Proposals for Forage
SEALED PROPOSALS will be received at
thi3 office, until 12 o'clock M., on
Wednesday, the 4th day of November
next, for sunnlvins forage for United States
troops at Kansas City, during the months of
T.....sa,i.H j. .J T.AAinlin. 1Qf ami fMim l.n.
uary 1st to July 31st, 18C4, inclusire. . '
The following quantities will be required to
be dcl'iTcred in each of the months iocludcd in
the periods abore designated, via:
At Kansas City: i. 'j
1,181 Bushels of Cors,
1,M0 Bashcls of Oats,
171 Tons of ITay.
1,500 Bushels of Cora, .t
200 Bashcls of Oats,,
125 Tons of Bay,
all toba of the best quality. The corn and
oat3 to be shelled, and sacked. in good gunny
bags, well sewed with linen twine, and to be
free from dirt, chaff, or other foreign matter.
The days of delivery in each month, to be
fixed by the senior officer of the Quartermas
ter's Department, on duty at Kansas City.
Proposals must be in duplicate, must, state
the residence of the mrtv DroDOsin". and must
be accompanied by tho written guarantee of
at least two responsible parties ccown to una
officer, or satisfactorily vouched for that In
caso a contract is awarded under tbe terms of
this advertisement to the paity or parties nam
ed in the proposal, the contract will be accept
ed and entered into, and good and 'sufficient
security for its faithful performance furnished
The right is reserved to reject any and all
proposals that may be offered, and none will
bo considered unless the requirements of this
advertisement are strictly camplied with.
The right Is also reserved to abrogate con
tracts at any time, by giving fifteen days' no
tico to contracting parties. i
L. C. EASTON,
Major, and Chief Quartermaster.
C. Est., Oct. 17. 7
R. Et., Oct- 20.
Chief Quartermaster's Offico, Fort Leaven
worth, October 21.1863. Oct22-3w.
Ovid P. Reno Order of 8le.
BY Tirtue of an execution to me directed,
from the Clerk of the District Court of
Doniphan County, I will offer fereale, at the
Court House door, in Troy, Doniphan County,
Kansas, to the. highest and best bidder, for cash
in hand, on the 5th day of 'December, A. D.
1863. between tbe boars of 8 o'clock A. M.
and.4 o'clock P.,M. of said day. the following
described real estate, to wit: The north-west
fractional quarter of section No, one, (1) and
the north-east fractional quarter of section No.
two, (2) in township No. four, (4) of range
tweoty-twp, (22) containing thirty-one 61100
acres, in the County of Doniphan. Taken and
advertised to satisfy the judgment and costs in
the above' entitled cause.
Given under my band, this26th day of Octo
ber, A. D. 1863. W. D. BEELER,
- - Sheriff of Doniphan County, Kansas.
t October 29, 1863-5w. Pr's fee, $7.50.
. Strayed er Stole.
'C'ROM the subscriber, at Padonia, Brown
'-I- - County,' about the 9th Inst., a light gray
mare, .six "years old, probably fifteen hands
high, slim built, and when she left, her hind
legs were somewhat galled. Her ears are
shorter and rounder tipped than horses gene
rally and lop slightly. ',She was .last seen at
the'Spanlding fara,witt of White Cloud. I
will pay reward oCC25 to any; person retnrn.
inghcrtorae. prjnving information leading
to heryreovery. J7F.j OJIDWA Y.
Notice to Tttx.Payera,
VfOTICE is hereby given, that the tax books
i-v for Brown County, Kansas, nave oeen
placed in my hands, and that the tax for 1863
ia now due and Davable. On all taxes remain
ing unpaid on the first day of January, 18M,
there will be added a penaltv of ten per cen
tum. The amount of tax levied on the one
hundred dollars valuation, is as follows:
For County purposes, 70 ccats.
State " 60-
" State School" ' 10- " ..
Towasmr ao aoin.
In Irving Township,
-- nr aiuu isrcc -- -j -i6.
iiocnnano - . -v ,--.. ,
In addition to the above; there" Is' 'levied a
SchoorTar ii the different-Districts, varying
from fifteen cents to one dolhr.and twenty-fir
cnts on the one hundred, uol Hrs valuation
Hiawatha, October 1st, 1S63.
GEO. J. ENGLEHART, "
Treasurer Brown County, Kanras
Oct. 8, 1863-4w.
AT .. "
1 WILL buv HOGS this seasofr, andiiay
'J. CASH. Farmers will do well to' call, be-j
fore selling tbeirfldgf. IJf sellers do not wish
to drive, 1 wiU.taketheirjHogr on foot, during
the packing season.
e pacaing aeasou. r -" "'
White Cloud, October(Irl863-tf.
SherisT Sale. . f , f
Lewis Barnes fcB.ro. 1 r. t
vs. "" Order of Sale.
Thomas F. Richardson. ) ,' '
BY virtue of an order of" sale to diree
rA. fmm the Clerk of the District Court
of Doniphan Country Kansas,. I wDFoffer for
sale,' to thejhighest aad b-tbfdderf fcu-cask taibave oommencedthe f f , yU
hand, at the Court House door, tnthe, city, oi:
Troy, uonipnan uounty, swansas, mk
honrs of 8 o'dck'ATH.Ia'4o'eloefc P. M.',
on the 16th day of N6vesser, A.D.1863Jthe
foUowing described property, .ttT'wiU The,
nnrthjot nntrtT of ICCtion One, Itt township
three, of range nineteen, in" the .County of
Doniphan, to aat&fy the juflgsaens ana com in
the above entitled caas. '-i "
, Gives under tar latnd, th day of Sep.
tember AD.1863. . -w -- q ,.
1SG0, wjth similar raargiua notes and jnd;x to
Proposal No. 5:
Forthi.iiriiitinrrof.-ill BLANKS am! CIR
CULARS necessary for the use o'f tie Execu
tive offices of the State. Bids to sptUy the
mice per auire.for. the niper, the. price per
quire for the pres3 work, and. the price per
tnousauu ems ior me composmuo.
Folding, Stitching and Binding.
Proposal Jf o. C :
For the folding of nil Bills,. Resolutions
Pamphlets or Documents ordered to be prjnt
eu, togetner wiia an tne xiikcuing uuii-cauii-,
and the poer covericjr of all documents order'
ed covered by the Legislature; which proposal
shall specify tho rate per hundred sheets for
folding, the rate per hundredcopics for stitch
ing, and the rate per hundred copies forpaper
covering all documents ordered to be corcreu
Proposal No. 7:
For the folding, stitching, and binding of the
Laws, Journals, and volumes of 'Public Docu
ments, which proposal may specify the rate per
hundred sheets ror JolOingj the rate per Hun
dred copies for stitching, and the rate per hun
dred copies for binding the Laws, Journals, and
Public Documents. '
The bindinc of the Laws shall be in ralf, the
Journals in half-bindiug, the volumes of Puhlic
Documents In paper binding all in the same
style and of the same materials as of the year
l. The contractor or contractors shall execute
Bonds in each separate contract, and in the
performance of the work, otherwise conform to
the requirements and specifications above set
fn.fli an.l .nnt.ln.d mn.A in flntail 1P1 " An
U...I. ,VM.W...bU mw.. ... .. ...
Art to Provide for the State Printing," passed
Mav. 1861 : and An Act Sunnlemcntarr there
to, passed lb'62; and An-Act to Amend An
Act entitled " An Act to Provide for the State
Printing," passed May. A.'D.'1861vapproved
February 26, 1863. Blank forms of iProposals
and blank Bonds will bo furnished npon appl
caticn to the Secretary of State.
In all cases, a good and sufficient Bond, as
is contemplated by law, must accompany the
Proposal, in order to secure notice. by the
Board. ;-,- a it
Where there is no Bond filed tcitt.the JVopo
sal, the Proposal will not be considered.
W. W. ti. LAWKKftUB,
Secretary nf State.
TVeaiurCT- of State.
Topeka, September 22, 1863-4w.
rpHE resident and noa-raaident tix put,,
A of Ncmaha.County, Kansas, are smk.
notified that the tax-roll of 1863 has beta !,
J!.tL.I...J..ri1,. T r . .. ''
ecu iu lucjikuua ui mhs Arcaurvrui tuQ
tv, toncolicction, ana tnat trie taxes
th Tpsr 1883 are as follows:
Against each person liabls to pay Poll Tit
50 cents. '
On each one hundred dollars valuatioa:
For Stste purposes, 63 eenti.
tor Mate school purposes, II
For County purposes, 100
roa. rowxsHir rctrosu.
Clear Oreck Township, 2S ctnti.
Nemaha " ()
Capioma- " 50
Red Vsraiillion " g
Home ' J5
Valley " 35 -
Richmond ' as
roa otmicT school rvarons
Diitrlct No. 1, i
" No. 3, iS
" ,.Nc 7, IK
" .No. 12. ns
" "No. 13. I Si
Na 16. ifL
."., No. 23. 1 25
No 22, 100
' , No. 21. 50
"" No 25. JG
" No 26, 51
No 29. M','
" No. 30, 1 S5
No. 31, 155
" No. 33, 75
No. 34, 1 OS.
" No. 35, 75.
" No 11, 1J35
Union District Ko. 2, Nemaha and
Jackson Counties, $100.
Union Ditrict No. 1, Nemaha and
Union District No. J, Nemaha and
Union District No. 4, Kennha and
Union District No. (, Nemaha and
Union District No. 20, Nemaha, Pot-
tawatnmie and JacVvw, IB-
Delinquent Road Tax of 1862. M.
For the purpose of receiving tain, tin Trti
surer or hi Deputy will he at the election pre
cincts in the County, at the following times
and places, vix:
On Triday, October 23 1, t Ash Poiit.
On Saturday, " 2tth, at Furminjton.
On Monday, 2fith, at Pah-rtn.
On Tuesday, " 27th, at Capinni.
On Wednesday, " 23th, at GranJ
OnThnrsday, " 23ih,at Elk Crttk.
On Friday, " 30th, at Ameriei.
On Saturday, ' 31st. at Ctntralia.
On Monday, November 21, at Lincoln.
And afterwards at the Treasurer's oate.ia
Given under mv hand, at the Trtvurers
office, Seneca, this lit d-iv of Octnhtr. I".
Oct. 8, 1 863-4 w. County Trcsiortr.
1rgn !TotIcp. .
' Bat.TiMoxc. Mn August 17th, J8C3. -Ta
Jaeti Mttx. Et.,eriatchom it mav cancer n:
YOU will please take notice, that I hare
this day made application- to the Commis
sioner of the GcnerahLand Office, for the pos
session of Bounty Laud warrant, Act of 1855,
No. 63,304, for 160 acres, upon you, Jacob
Afetz, (the locator,) or upon the person or per
sons claiming to be the owner or owners of the
tract of land located under the said Warrant,
who located the cast half or tho north-west
quarter, and. the west half of the nortbH&ast
qairtirofsection 50, township 1. of raiiire IS;
in the district of land subject to-rale at Kicka
poo, KMcsas, under the' said "Warrantlt
;You will further take, notice, tJbatll'wiH,. at
the expiration of ninety days fromJthe service
of thYs notice,' 6r ,11s publication, in a newspaper
published in or next to'tke Uonnty in which tbe
said ICO acres of landarS tituatecV "make
application to'tbo pomraissiqnec of the.General
Land OfSce for tr,p qqWrerj'qt the said J.and
Warrant into mV rf)iesitdti. or fc-r tiio.cancel-
lation of lite ksme'by ihe Court! fiP PensionsS'
and a duplicate in lieu tlrereofr arid thatMhe.
second aaii?nmut Of the same, ullci'rf! ta have
been'niad to'you, n udpjept anj a forey,'
fcnu ia i y.?- 4s(ut.u iceman!" y, auvAer
son or pras f'ni;Ter,ornmnorixsaw:y'i;er
jp todJ.soffjr mf, jlSu jf5n, are-ijquired, ia
ninety day froin teryice ot this notice, to show
cause ia the Commissioner of the General Lnd
umer wny i snau not nave po;sesion or tbe
said Land 'Warns as Jmy rightful and legal
property. ., apcwu(iy, yours, r-
, t rnja. M; .KIJirnUJ5H.
'. SepU wber'34.' I8B3-T:
. iii t ,iasriTov
'Pr'k f4.e. fl6.
I. t.i'rv" s!"
CIBiflET iMD CHiiR SHBP!
!I'rUC Babscribers ber tec'mfarasUhar'ettizcM
J- of White, Clopd ,and vicinity, ihJUaey
UAinrax IB .csqtv.Kjffnro
business iarWMte ,CloW aadiinUnd ts JsMka
u oraer and Keep on lund sal cc-TTipuoasoT n
, -Their work "will be allihand work., and. war.
'-j .-- . ii - " " '
"?S1.I'"".. f. .1JI St A -.1
TURNING Of i very description do' WitlCT
!srtaesaaadaisMtcsu'- aiii4w u i J 4
.w. aA .
r, r i.nuuUS HfiliL, .
SOU .Uili:tClUU. !. J?l it) T T' l
J. D. BRUMBAUGH,
, , ato
MarysTille, Marshall County, Xuim.
June 25, 18G3-Cm.
r C. SHREVE, M.D. H.CI,S-
SHREVE & MACY,
WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS.
ID- Drs.Shreve & Macy attend totheprie
tice of Medicine and Surgery. They may w
found at the Drugstore, when not ;pti '
SIDNEY TE5NENT. CYRUS C. CAiff
tWHENT &, CAMP,
ftTf b'BN"W tftW,
tvrvr TUivTPlTAY. 00, KAI8-
"-"' i-'rr- .
Sale ot Public Prop
IS. li t -.1'
J WILL SELL AT PUBLIC auuhv
FOUX LEAYENWORTH, K-.
'' ,L1.. -I' "
THE 2Jd HSTHT-
The following article of PotlicP"?'
' ill i? J i.
.: ; Afso.aUrgelotof
: -. . m a. . -paradir i-plea"
i.i - i
M'"'r ,i.niare!t. 4t
'si' i---i,'.iJv as - '
t mm s ot . . .v. A.M. JI
irw o.T. tn ini at 10 o'clock A
!iiHH"'nr- " . ,
' Msjor and Chief Quru
OJce of the Chief QvftfSh
!" w,vJ.Vriworth.Ocfc 5, lew-J
-'U. . ..' atilm
XTOTICE 1 bereby.dven, that to. ft
'l 'Hjrn'ea" Administrator ot -r- $pfB
ItntfJT at'fcy -Jrbw Cr
eation to the Probate Co?toIPlB,0.'a
twc Vuai, at Am DeoiaSer Tera, A-"
dllv ivzii w Icz STivr'a cscrsl'cyj net,
syj4t- Tr--' "
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