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wwonzea to sppiy we ioregoingniies-Tji
HlraitJo jiiQi 1pninicpftljtieKr Jtoiqfljiin
stead of counties.
-F7& Provost Marshals will be ap-'
r)T pointed by lhe War Department in the sevX
ral States, qriube nojnination of the GovJ
Ol
ernors mereoi, wiin sucn assistants as mj
be necessary to enforce the attendance-of.
all drafted persons who shall fail to attend
ai inch places of Tendezrous:. -? v"
Sxiih Incase any State sKall" not, by
the fifteenth day of August, furnish its
quota of additienal three hundred thou
- Band volunteers called for by the President
on the 2d day of July, 1862. unless other
wise ordered, all in complete regiments
shall then be consolidated under the di
rection of the Governors of the respective
States, and an additional draft '-"shall be
made as before provided, sufficient to fill
up such quota. 'The number to be drafted
, from each county of the State to be fixed
by the Governor thereof.
Seventh Erora and after the fifteenth
day of August, no new regiments of yolT.
unteers will be organized, but the premi
um county ana aavance' win do paia to
thosf volunteering 10 go into the old regi
ments. '-''
By order of the Secretary of War.
L. Thomas, Adj't General.
Provost Marshal General's Office,
State of Kansas.
Leavxnwobth City, August 19, 1862
" Lieutenant .A. C. Burchard,of Marys
ville Marshall County, in this State, is
hereby appointed Deputy Provost Mar
shal for the Counties of Marshal and 1
Washington,-and as such Deputy will dis
charge the duties usually performed by
such officer, and report from time to time to J
the Marshal of the District of Le,aven
vworth. Wm. A. BARSTOW,
Provost Marshal General
an d Col. Com'd'g 3d Wis. Cavalry.
"W. H. Wilson, joi yerimillion Towd
Suip, has been commissioned recruiting
agent for Bowen's regiment..
Late Lieut.Ad.Sigel Lipsc&utz, or:,Sigel
Kri. 2," starts for the River- to-morrow to
hurry up the commissary and subsistence
stores ordered for this place.
ProvcstLIarcaal's Order 2?c,I'
ProyoetXai-'bcl's GTfcei
Msrv'sviilr I: hn .J. cr 23d 1SL2.
ALL train and persons s'i"S east r w-st axs nrdezeu to
Tport to ttis office at jarjville,anumirt;roaf will be al
lowed iopa;snt any orisr point, a m canu.t open offices, at
all tbe crossings. Ka iovii persons vU aro nut rumiingj
away'rora the draft, will iw detained, t
Uy, order of A. C.2UltCIIAl!l, Provost Marshal, by
.. . 'JaaiM ilcDousail dept.
Approved. Thomas 5T. BOWjSX, Capt Coai'd'g Post.
.N. EDWARDS,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
DR.Y-GOODS, GROCERIES, BOOTS
AND SHOES'. HATS & CAPS,
Oa Broadway, opo. the American Hotel,
Marysvilfa, Kansas.
JNOT1UE Oi? ATTACHMENT. i,
John Frailer,
Attachment
Irwin. Oaciiaan A
Co. j
Notice is hereby given to Joseph Irwin, Jackmnn
hristian n:une ciifcaovn, PeUr liyrurn, IJyrum. chris
tian nouio unknown, panncii trailing under tbe name, firs)
.and ttyle of Jrvnn, JaUriaan &Co noti-residrnta of Mat
nhallOoanty,Slaeof Xaiiiai. I'uasJohn Frazicr, plaintiff
in the above entitled cmae. ' fTieil cnt." ontue-nd dsy of
Juno A. D.lSfiJ, u rrit of a;tcbx.cnt Uijie AVilKam l
JIpsa, a Juiticeof the 1'cace, in.i.l r.r iiarysvillc Town--ebip,
Marshall Do., State cf Kans, and their property is
.attached, and unless U.cy t-.:.:i upp-sir before the atoresaid
Jusucoatius office in the c;r o!" JIarysvilJe in F&idTuwn
hip, County and fctatsonthelsch day of Ju'.y A.D.lSCJ,at
,the hour of ten o'clock tn the forenoon .of said tiny. Hudire.
ment will bs rendered against tiieui and tiioir :jrperty iM
to sat:iy the claim ot thcplaintifT.it ueing sevonty-:wo dol
lars and eight v-six cents, $7ci . "
JO UN J-HAZTEK.
.,',- . By J.-.S;MAnii,liis Atty.
jrary?vitIe,JaneC,18C2.' -, , " '- i ' ,. ,'
LIST i , .
0slandsm Nemaha .County, KansGS, on
which the taxes of 1861 remain vypaid
and which were neglected to be sold 'fdr
delinquent taxes m May 1862.
John L Xewcomb, s A of n e sec 85 p 1 r 14
Joseph C Linn, e and n tt or of s w sec 19 tp
I r 14
tE W StnUton, n w sec 34 tp 2 r 14
'Leander V.oodir iof n w sec 3 tp 2 r i4 1
Wm 6 Leisb, n i of 8 w sec 2 tp 1 r:i2 '. .;
, Samuel Latimer, n "wqr of ,n e, & e io'f n -tt:
eec uipi no - - :-
J) J Dickenson, y of 8 Bee 33-tpl'rll 4i
BB Bennett, w J of s e sec 18tp 3.t-14 :c l .
.1) Shanir, s w sec 11 tp 3 rl t . '-:..- f. f
BT Stanley s e 14 tp 3 r 14 j: ;. 1
Kotlan Watrous "vr Sof s ir &w iof nir:scc22
tp2r43" ".
" IFSnoir.n wsec27jp 4r 14 - --
J&mes Bajliss, V j & s c qr of s e sec -14 tp 5 r 141
Johir Fitzgerald, s-.wseci tp;5r 14" , ,
Elnathan-Gibbs, e -of n tt qr. of s w sec S3 tp 4
.f,14i '?" ." Jt
M Kilcain, ne sec S5tp4'r!4
"William Patterson, n dfn oscte 28tp5 r 14
M V ceafce, n Jef n c aec. 22 tp 4 r 12 v
, Thaddeus H Walker, n it sec 28 tp I r J2
" - .. " -ceidf-Bw-ee.l8tp4rll
, Richaxd.CIency, & setl2 tp 2 r 13j ..-"
fc J Njfendersqn, rnr qr of s c &nqr of sir
& c 24pUr-12 r v T
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? kjL -Saj4i Ric,4irc 1 tp Sjilt )
' Uafaioirni cf 3 jr,8N 15 tp2 r 12
iTftfferetBiritecribeilaBtfwiB'wJ tBasfcv. the 2nd.
af Septaaber, A.D.19W, at?ft ITi wmIC ettceis'SMie:
raamttcb thereof s Mwybcaeceawjy teiiy tfceca.f , r
- HAS.O.iAlKIVC.Tx63Hrer.
- "- WAMTKD. J-fw.; . :vEeteKi
fcTt-H x . AltlIg?VS "gTi SSii&zl 't22r i "vmjfSW aj.iE ' , .fetnie-aad j a Jgaent rendered Mcoxdiagry.''
K1&. 1&S!K32!; 'LEAYENWOXTm KANSAS. : August 101862 - ' ' U'itabteia
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e reqctfnUy. invite. daOrs end citizens of Kansas to
call and examine our Ftock befcre buying elsewhere.
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A FULL ASSORTMENT OP '
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muott' ln)o . -.-,
LIQUORS : WINES; "BEANDLES,
'-:T HIAOAA8 3HTj -
r-fTcry 'LargerSloch of NAILS, ' ''
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SLABS &
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We sl.so keep .Foolscap, JTote, Legal Cap pa
pers arid Envelope'sfPrinter'a vpaper and. Cards
which we will sell to printers at St.Louisrates
vf ith frright added. ; ''
Wemvnd sell exclusively -for CASH, and
fl:ft?er rurJelves that weuy, tan sell tit lowest
rates. Our motto ia , '
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t .tZarqc Sales and Small-Profits I
5Te invite efpeelal arttntiotrt oar .cheap ' ;
1 .Jo.'"': ''
OOALOIL& .LAMPS.
t,j: i.-ri
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"JTealRO hav m& awieonstantly receiving
nr .i, --H .Tf.
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Which xctwilUsdl'M 'the "?B6ttom of the
' -" ' 'Market, ", r J
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Dealer frotn'Piko'a Peak, andSaU;Lakeandthe fntericr
cf Kansas wiiltindiriourstorealarge .assortment of
dft
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;w Wliichwe-w'illgell-atrates4osuitv'he
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the
T1u.rnr tlVOLAr.GE GltOCEltT TmrrRFJ In Atrhisnn
.besides o'nrs.and we think Grangers caabnylscre cheaper,
' than at any city ia this, vicinity; Call and se us all, and on
ly buy ."of our house,whea ire U.at your best advantage.
6innl3 ... STEBBIN8&GO.
X.IST
Of lands & Marshall Gjimy, Kdntc, on which the'
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tTaxucfXSGlrmimH impaUX!imd tchich vcr.ei
.. xegUetediobesoldfmrdent ttixcsik May
y.Joha S. JmeEontheqMrtar, neties 33, township.
James H. McI)onsall,lot5,Woeka,aii2 of ij4,block J
Sin Marybville. ,i , j'-" . r : ,' ? J
-aaielimwpaV -?.rJ?cP2r7 ,i
ct . . ..- JairVetir7
T SylT6terCrevaBi a r Me&fKl,r 1
"XiiAiW, a J4 of h v4 Rey ef w ?r sec 2 tp 4 rl
rLoHiMl,ReqraeSprrT-. fct
THEQ. BARTjaOLOW,
Irif rfs? 4iisr;
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WH0LE5ASE GROCER!
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ATCHIsdNirKANSAS.
C,i." fi:,'it vI
lTrouldrespecsfnlly;nontJceto the Mer
chants of tbe Interior of Kansas, that I have a
large and complete assortment of GROCERIES
of every description, "winch I offer at very low
rates for cash or produce, such aa Dry Hides,,
'Bacon, Lard, &c &c. ' ...
"My stock consists in part as foHowT4l
1000 backs superfine and extra" Flour, , -
800 bushels of Dried Fruit, ; a.
Z00 barrels and half, barrels: Whisky, .
100 bbls. Salt, , ' . : . '
150 bo'se's of Tobacco,
200 kegs.of Nails, ' i.
50 safcks of Coffee,
150 bbls. brown and refined Sugars,
Molassesin barrels, half bbls and kegs,
Golden Syrup, Rice, Mackerel, Herring, v v
Spices of all kinds, XJream Tarter, Soda, Oys
ters, Sardines, Condles, Soap, besides many oth
er articles tod tedious to mention; suffice it to
say my stock. is full and complete, leing the'
largest in Atchison.) and lean and will sell as low
as any House on the Missouri jKivef.
MEKC.HANTS JOF THE INTERIOR,
Are respectfnIy invited to call and examine my stock and
prices, and they will be certain to buy. All kinds of market,
able produce -taken in exchange for Goods at th;hgh
est market rates. ' "
n!3 3m THEO. BARTHOLOW.'
DRUGS & MEDICINE !
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WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS,
No. 10 Delawarest., corner of Main,.
Leacenicbrih, Kansas.
Have just received arid keep constantly onhand
a full stock of fresh and reliable
Drugs, Medicines, 'Faints, Oils, Patent Medicines
v. . BRUSHES, .&, PURE LIQUORSJ
For Medical purposes. Also a large stock of
No. 1 COAL.. OIL LAMPS & LAMP
, : 'JIXT.UKES, ,',, '.!
at as lev; prices as any House in the west, j .. t
Onr coal oil is the best aver oflercd for eale in the jTveslcrn
market. Especial attention will bo given to the Xfl and
Lamp,, trade in keeping the best brands of oil and the latest
styles" of lamps constantly on hand.. "Will physicians and
country dealers please call and'examina our stock, '
nlO '3 :--EDDY& ARNOLD.
CENTRALIA: NURSERY
Wchave at Ccntralia. Xemeha connty, Kansas, ahont
40.003 apple tree?, all grafted, and of all varieties that have
been tested in tho west." "Thjy have been rownJ:ero on the
open prairie: sJf any trees vrill do vrell in Kansas .tls&o
must. 4 Aloa;.inaiitilyofChefricsand diffcrant variefieSof
Strawberries, juiwun Blackberries, ic.it yo sliall bo
ready dnringthe'Fall oflS6"- and Spring of "1SC3 to supply
the people of Northwestern Kansas with trees prpw;n her",
on favorable terms. Applo tret-s, :t years' tttwrth from graft
i io 5 ,cet liigli and stochy, JW oehts, and other trees in pro
portion. 'WcwiJl tako in exchange for anything in our
Nursery, all kinds of Farm pro-lnco and ftock! Givcusacall
ayi.u are going to the river, and examine fory mrsf-lves.
Uringalonj; a load of corn, wheat, pork or anythinciyou
have to Spare: and taheliometrec-j when tho j.rnpcr time fir
transplanting comesj Sme irefer transplanting in the
Fall- otiirs in the Spring -suit yonmlves. !
June, 1862. BAKER & SQUIRE.
" -J. KINNEY '& CO.,' .
-j ' - YTholesalo Grocer3 and Dealers
Slap!e a ltd Fancy Groceries
WINES.LIQUORS, TEAS,
FLO UrR FLA ST- E R PARIS,
CEMENT AND WHITE LIME.
Eelis Street. : .
Opposite the' State an7c of v -"Missouri.
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HA1TNIBAL & ST. JOSEPH TL H.
- i SPRING ARRANGEMENT,
Passenger, Express and Freight Trains.
Leave and afriTe at' Saint Josephjas Folloirs:
, ,, . jTraixs east. : ' 't
Ptsaeneer Express leases SU. Joseph at- '
Sfock Traia "'.." " m 3 "
Freight -' ' . "n J5, " JL.-v
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PassenecrErBTtesfaTTiTes at St. JbsepV
' -rAt.9:30 o'clock p. JT 'daily.
'Emigrant Traia:' XlB:30 " XI acdaily.
r ,. in - 7 - j-
'Trains conneet at Hannibal -with bga for S
Lontf, aid -witS Railroads for all EaafeBi poiata
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L: yrTSO$ & BRApE, -.
. J WJioUikle Dealers '
13 B jGLO X ,
DRUGS, DBY-GOOIDS &
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A-' E-U)TPli informs the Mople of XTarahall andadi-
- joining counties that he hasoa hand, and ucoa
stantly receivinga good selection of .
DRUGS AND MEDICINES, -
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Of every'detcription, including Keady-Mada Clothing wlU
ble for the times and season, I 50.
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BOOTS aSHOES, GROCERIES, &C:.
Wilich will Wsold loir for ready pay.
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lie is prepared, to serve his old customers and others who
may favor him with a call at his usual place of business, on
Brctdway, East Marysvill?, Kansas nlTtf
THOS- MCCOY,'
BOOT & SHOE-MAKER.
Know all men by, these presents:
" that I n$ake-.Bootsand Shoes of all
Duvauuu uicv.erj. uuautipiiuaimuginu-
.ble-'fortlioseATm)' inay be so kind as to
give ine a call;- AC Nd'58 Broadway, -where I
shalfahvays be on;rhand. My material is the
best that enn be purchased for gold or Treasury
Notes. Come along and bring yor feet, I ca'n
fitthern; dontt-cire if they are as uneven as a
tomato, or so ugly as to make their owzer blush.
Chargesmoderate as -vrill be seen by the fol
lowing list of -prices: . ,.
Meri Shoes, kipj
" V calf ;..,,)
: -"? ,:, sewed ,;
. " Boots, kip
... ," " American calf
" " French "
It U'," U . (C '
Womens' Bhoes, calf, pegged,
" ." " sewed
$2.75
$3.00
$335'
$5'.oo:
S5.50:
$6.00
$7.00"
$2.25
$2.50'
HT. B. I will also repair harness as neatly
s possible and at very low figures. My motto
is to work cheap for cash.
n4tf .
' ELI MOORE, ' .
Carpenter and Cabinet Maker.
, M'akysville, Kansas, .
Will attend to the erection of all kinds of build
ings with nearness and dispatch. Plans aad spec
ifications furnished. I have on hand a, largo
quantity of dry -walnut lumber, and am pre
pared lo make .all kinds, of furniture at Mo.
river prices. Terms lo suit the times. n6tf
. . t ERANK ISARI),
Cabinet Maker &.Iousc Builder.
He is prepared to take contracts for buildings
of nil kinds, and insures that h is work will be
done in a subtantial and workmnlike mannefc,
Cofins made to order upon short notice.. Fur
niture and eyery kind of- Cabinet work attend
ed to promptly and at prices satisfactory .to all.
He holds himself in' readiness at all times, on
Broadway, one door cast of the Union office,
Marysville. Kansas. . 3mn7
Now Ready :
PARSON BROWNLOTY'S WONDERFUL BOOK.
One vohun:. Containing upward of 450 pages, 12 snperi
or "engravings, an eKcelleut Steel Portrait. &e. Reautitully
printed on una white paper, and handsomely bound in mns
lin. Tricer $115.
"Sent free by return mail on receipt of price.
'AGExTS .tFASTED,
In every City, Town, Tillagc,and County, to sell this thrill
'inc.and" remarhablo work, Addre?3
' " OEOUQEW. Ci'TXDS.rnblisher,
. Nos.C23and C3) Chestnot-sU Philadelphia.
APPLEGATEi C0-Cincinnati,l0hi.,
Publishers for the West.
KANSAS BOOK-BINDERY,
Established 1857.
! : " josiar DouswoiTa,
.BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURER,
' On Third street, heloio Delaware,
Leavenworth, Kansas.
, -BLANK BOOKS, ruled, printed and bound toany pat
tern: Tor Banters, Merchants, County officers, c. Ledg-
', Journals, Records and Dockets, made out of good paper
eastern pri&i Magazines, music end periodicals, bound
:-,i:. xi-fonfo viri,lint- nl3 Cm
. ' Order oi Publication.
Staie of Kansas, Second Judicial Dj3trict Nema
ha County. '
Samuel A. Stinsons & Eugene F. Hayens, -partners
as Stinson & Havens, Plaintiffs, -vs Je
rome "Wi son, iTenry Cowgill, SarnueLCovrgiH,
Defendentg. , .
To Jerome Wilson i You are hereby .notined
that the abova name I PI iin tiffs bavo commenc
ed an-actiqn: in, the above entitled court -against
you to recover a judgment againsnsaid defend
enCJerome'AYilson; for -the sum of'o,, Hund-
rc2 and sixty dollars ana interest tnereon irom
July th, 18G(J, at theEratc of sixty per cent per
n-nr,r,m .irrtn n. virociif sorv note sisncd TJy fiaul
Wilson oa the Otliday of July A. D. ISoOj paya-
le to A. B.ands or oruer, aau w je.- - "-
:i - ,M mttnt. anl intereat. tne fol
lowinz premises, mortgaged V sitd WLon to
secure the pay nreat of saidinote ad interest
tovfit: Th&Southast quarter of section o.
tliir y-two sn township No. five, range tourteen
east, in said county of Kemaha, to sell the same
and apply the proceeds to the pajnent, of said
amoafit 4d interest and thecosts of tha action
t,.i n frpnn all the defenders' ngotutle or
equity of -redemption and security to sailprem
ises. Said note having been assigaed to tkese
'plaintiffs by Alexander V.Blate, xeenlo er-
tnelastwuiana lei "k - --.
Nov, unless you plead, answer or dntur to said
Plaintiffs' oetion on or before the IStk'day of
&3B
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i- t P.ostera, Programmes,
-. Circulars, Chcks, Bua
k inesa Cards, Blank- .
Bills of Fare, ic.
Bill Heads, 'Xettr .'
Headsi, Hand Bills,, ,
Labels, Ball Tict- v
ets, fitc, &c. tii .,
Together with every variety Qf .. te
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Yery Eest Possible Manner,
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