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Our friend, J uJge Watteraon baa re
turned from the river, bringiag with him
thojremainderof his stocks a He has . now
& complete stoclc. Give Kim a call.
" MlNDTES OP A MEETlNb HELD IN Mi-
lysville Marshal C uuty Kausas, for the Probate Court ot Alira,iaii iounry rn
pnrpofee of eleoiing Eecntire Committee ' sas, held at ine Probate Judges office in
for the en-uiag war." On motion of L. the city of MaryrHlle, County and State
S. Vaile, R S Newell, was called to the aforesaid, on the first Wednesday, "the 5th
chair, and Alex. Cempbell, Secretary. ; day of November, 1862.
On mntinn G. D. SwearioKen was elected '. RUSSELL S. NEWELL,
Chairman of the E. Committee, from
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Maryiville Township. Thos. H! Baker
A irom Bine Rapids Township A. G. Bar-
a.' .. f . ir :i1,'a.. ti.:.i '
rett rom Vermillion Township. George
-Gurnard sen., Guittard Township.
On motion me meetting adjourned sine
R. S. NEWELL, Cbairman.
ALEX. CAMPBELL, Secretary.
:Mar8.ille Oot. 8, 1&C2.
Horrib!e muider! the murderer
and his Accomplice in close con-
On la-i S inday, the 5th of this month,
several Indians of the Ottoo tribe, came
to our city, under the charge of Lewis
Bernard, their interpreter, to make a few
tp-rchases. After transacting their busi
ness, they Ptar ted for home, in company
yfi h a Mr. .Poor, and Mr. Blodgett. Ar
riving at the limine of Blodgeit, .about 4
trail s distant, the Indians d manded chkk--eus
for supper, which ociasioned a did
pute between Mr. Bernard, and an Indian
Darned Mu&cs, Mbse and Medicine Hors,
one of their Chiefs, contending for a supper
of chicken, which Bernard opposed, telling
them it was wrong to make such demands.
Whereupon Mose drew his revolver, tel
ling him he wcnld shout him. Bernard
drA bis revolver, but was prevented from
jhuu'iug, hy Mr Poor, who said, "let me
h ve the revolvers and both of you go
Lome. Bernard immediately gave Poor
Lis revolver, but turned ao take it jagain as
he see Mose raise hjs weapon to shoor,
but hefore ne recovered it, fell dead with
out a groan. The ba I entered the back
f i.is he id, spattering his brains over the
floor. Poor told Mose not to run, if he
did, he would shoot him. The Indian,
. kowever fled, followed by Poor. Taking
advtnttige ot th darkness, the Indian hid
h ms.lf,and as Mr. Poor patsed, fired at
hlUJ, the ball enteritis his back lUSt to the
left of the haul -bone, and was extracted
by B.v Lee. from Ins left side.
The muiderer, with his accomplice,
Medirii.e liorfce, - as captured.and brought
to this ci y, on Monday night, and 1 dged
ja J til, where they now await trial.
A r. Bernard, or Louie Fawfaw, his In-
'.dian name, was a ha f-breed, well liked
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vy n who Knew nun, oeing always gen-
.tlemanly and honorable.
-Mr. Pojr is one of our most respectable
Li j ior was the cause of the above trage
.dj. The), procuring the whiskey in this
.city. Whoever the gui ty parties are,
they justly deserve the severest pumsh
kn.ent of the -aw. Aod we do sincerely
icpe that the proper authorities will in
wtiate the matter thoroughly and mete
out justice to the guilty, irrespective of po
sition. W e have it, as the opinion of Mr. Wil
liams, that among the Indians, this was
an old affair. They threatening several'
times before to kill Louie Fawfaw.
In pursuant to call of R publican and
Unconditioual Union Ex.Oommittties from
Marshall, Washington and Btly Coun
ties, t-.e Convention met at Marysville on
.the Stli ot October 1S62, to nominate a
On motion, W. W. "Wells, from Riley
.ounty, was called-to the chair,-and Jacob
Weisbach appointed Secretary, a com
:.. ik, . jl l -ii vumua ujoux wviuu uuua anon nonce, rur-
mee of three was appoiated by the Chair - njture and every kd of Cabia work attend
to examine credentials. The co.nmittee ed to prompt 'and at trices saiiafacrnrv to alL
.ji'iiisu uio'wmewea seat oi wasmngioa
delegates in favor of Mr Hollenben? and'
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miiiiII.........i.j ' . f iir i .
waa UDDoaea toutn trim itmii ni h. a-.
ate from VenniilioB Township. After
'bating tha latter the Houm .declared in
lavor ottta.raport.of tWriitue. Mr.
HoIIWbtrgtokhigiSe.t.nd th AeUvmtmX
Ao YaraaillioaTowaship waa excluded
OamotioaofMr. Weisbacli tlie dela,- -ThomaaSitli,. V t
gaiea f'rom Marahall y, elected y Temiina SmiUirCt-'jt,a ,IwW"'
tallot, Peter Giftas the 5th " delegate ' to1 - to Thom?tta U Ji. s-?tt: Ton h-ret.J
Wbfch Marshall Cprnnty waa aatitled. I B(?ff tt!l1Ilii!" cBCil
Od motion the Ccnvnti6n we it iato mnt!!SSSy'
fnformballoi, bylWhJe Hf JL-XW.lBB!SaaSS5
rfecteinominet. Onnaptioa Mr. T. Ji.
aJcer wag b mnanimqujawlamation
. declared nomiaee of me toareniHHiusr
On motion thr'omreMion adjoarried.
W Vf. WELLS. (Jbairaao.
J. WBlStfXCH, Secretary.
There will "be a special
Term o the
October 9tb, 1862.
- Married who ? Where's the
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DIED On the 11th tnst., Return Clay
ton, ooly son of Return and Mary Francis
Thomson, aged 2 years, 4 months and 15
We condole wiik grief-stricken paren's
in this their hour of affliction. This was
their only child, their hope, and their
pride, and iike an angel
Fla lav udoii bis pillow,
Life's laiihour diawingnigh,
The dcath-jTews on his forehead,
Yet triumph, iu his eye ;
' Anguish most ke-n and bitter
Jliat patient boj had kuown
Buf, through all, uucoinplaiuing,
Uttering no cry no moau,
Reposing clu and q"'1'
Lonely in his infancy
He lay w lumbers tranquil
uronuw momci D-.-...
A, E.,lrOVELIpCwpn the people of Marshall ,tnd ad
joining' Counties that be basoa band, and ucou
etautly receiving gd election of
DKUUS ANI) MEDICINES,
Of every,decription, ineluding Rcady-Made CToikiagM Sta
ble lor Um tuat and aeaioa,
BOOTS '& SHOES, GROCEBIES,' &C.
Which will be sold low for-ready pay. -
He is prepared to erre his old cntnniTS and others who
maj ftorliimtittiaei!I sit his usual j1 ice of lminPsson
"wiway, rt Marine. Kansas. niitf
BOOT & SHOE-MAKER.
Know al, men by lhese pregent8.
' gf that I make Boota and Shoes of all
laL Bes and of every description imaiina-
Vlblejforthoswho may be so kind as to
tgive me a call, at No. 53 Broadway, where 1
i shall always be on hand. My materia! is the
I best that can be purchased for gold or Traasurv
. Notes. Come aloog and bring your feet, lean
tberoj-don't care If they are as uneven as a
tomato, or so ugly as to make their owner I lush
Charges moderate as will be seen by the fol
lowing list ot prices:
Men' Shoes, kip,
" " calf
" " sewd
" Boots, kip
u " American calf
" " French
U U tC
Womens' shoes, calf, pegged,
" " " e wed
IV. D. I will also repair harness as neatly
as possible and at-rery low figures.-' My-1 motto'
is to wrk cheap for cask. !
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ELI MOOEE, ! "j
Carpenter and Cabinet Maker
Will attend to the erection of all kinds of build
ings with neatness and dibpatch. Plaut aadspec-
. iuanty of dry walnut lumber, and am pre-
incauuus luruisneo. l nave on band a targe
pared to make all kinds of furniture at Mo
river prices, i eraw to suit the times. netf
Cabinet Maker & Uoae Builder.
He is prepared.to take contracts for buildings
f all kinds, aaiiajes that, his work will be
done in a subtantialand woVkmnhke manner.
' Coffins made to onler upon short notice. Fur-
n. t..i,i.k.iAlf ;i i.i. .. ..
ntuuiusm-wBu iaamc tt an times, ou
Broadway, one door mux of the Union ojfice
XfttT-wuTillc. Kana.q c...7
u ia readinoa at all time?, on
Order of PnbUcat Ion.
State of KanBas,
' Cf: W. Brown,
r 'wwMwe'aiPSpaM stftteAcaBartfcr 01
in dnwaeawnia tMMMailkihM:di -
tore ta etb dBf ef OeUkMrtumtM miA MtitjABwUl 1
Or4r T PabllcatlMi.
State.f KaasasSecoad Jwiicial District Nema
ha County. .
Sasinel A. Sdnaons Bngeat P. HaTcn, part
ners as StilsJiw3 fcHiwajt HaintiiFs ,v3' Je-
" rouie Wison, Henry Cbwghl, Samatl Cowg'll,
Defendeuta.Sia-'iK 5 - . ,
To JJerome Wilson: You are hereby noMtied
that the Hb.v. named PUntiSfa have comu.enc
?d abaction in the fbove'entitled court against
vou'to recover a judgment against said 'defend
eur, Jerome Witea,fcr the sum of Two Hund
red and sixly dolUifanter8t 'hereon from
July 2th. I3d0, at the. rate of sixty per cent per
annum, upon a promissory note eigned by said
Wilson on the Vtaday ei Juiy a. v. ioo, pya
le ol. B. Sands or order, and to subject to tht
pav men t of saH amount aad interest, the fol
lowing premises, mortgaged by said Wilon to
secarb the payment of said note ud interest
to wit: Th South East quarter of section No.
thir y-tKo " to w uliip No. fife, range foui teen
east, in siid county of Nriraah, to sell the same
and apply the proceeds to the payment of sid
aoiouut ami interest aad the costs of this action
and to fortslosetalljhe defendentB' right, title or
equity of iedemp:ion and security to tsaid prem
ises Said note barirg been assigned to these
pi iutiffs by Aletfn.ider V. liiuke, exeeuto' of
tne last will ani t'esunient of A. B. Satdt.
Now, unless you plead, answer or de taur la said
Plaintiffs' petiu'n on or befoe the loth dty of
October A. D. 182, the said petition will be ik
en as t ue an 1 judgment renderci acco -dittly.
J. U UUUMB VUGrf, Att'y for Plaintiffs.
A turns' Ti.!'
(State of Kansas,
) Amos B.i.e f0r
Ooauty of Marshall. use of Lewis
Francis J. Marshall.
To Francis J. Marshall: You will take notice
thatby virtue of a pluries execution issued out
ofVhe nistl'iSttict Court tor the S'.a'c of Kan-i-a?,
sitting in and for Leaven-RO.ih county. I
will piootd to aj raise tiie lollowing described
rHl caiateui'ou Uie i remises according to la",
between the houis of l'O u'ubek A.M., and 4
o clock V. M; on ihe 3d day ot Octobjr A. D.
l,oi2, to wit: the south east quai er of section
onV(t) tottnsttip No two (2) sou h of range
t:s(LJ ccs, coutauiiiig 100 actcs; also thirty
(50) I've: oi ioi hix t) ia block eight (8) front
ing ou Broadway8reet aud funniug back ;ev
eui.v-two(72) teet. thu aid thirty (80) tet be
ing off the westsids of Baid lot. together witu
the store boti.-e the su t lot s.x () in biwek eight
f8 bfiu situaleu in iiallaid & Morrull's a4di-
( tiou to the town of Ptuie'to; ail ot' the ub'-ve
dfifccibed ieal estate lyibg uud being in Alur
ahail Couuty, Kansas, at which tituc you enn at
tend if you thin psoper. Given under my
hand this lOih uay ot Septcni' er A D. 18G2.
G. D.SWEARL.NGLN, Sheriff.
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lias remoVed from
his old stand to the
BEW SB! Cs STORE,
Corner of Commcrcjul'and Fourth Streets
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,'jxr.noxic:r. it !
And kaa ta salt Largest and -Batt aasortsd
STOCK OF. GROCERIES
Missouri Rrrv. .?& for Cas and
aoldaVa '? -,"V
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Tfeankf l for tb fatroaa fc wwItiJ itace h m-
tfbIsh"d hi? basineM in kaasM.be fedtteraiaed tonerit a
continuance of.tbe confidence of kk frieadtMdtbe public
F. R. JACOBS,'-',
; ' HOUSE, SIGN &
All persona w i-hirg wotk done ia mv line
willdo well-by ea'lmg one'-door east of th
Aaericun Hoiet, whetel will guarantee eatis-
' TV suw' Ready i';
-PAON BROWXLOW'S WONDERFUL EOOK-
.-lOaeTohsnie. ConQning upvrardof 150 pagw, 12 sap-ri
'or referavhigs, au psiallruftec iWtraitAc Bautifnly
printon UaewUiW paptrrjandbaacUjiaaljr bcuudinnms
SentfrsebyTzturn mail on rcceqtt of price.
.ft WfiliTS WAS'lD, '
Ta tfferyCky,TowB.TfltoaBd Coiatji'telthis thrflf
iuuaai reaurkable wntk. Address
tJEOBQLW. C ILDiPublkher,
l-fir. '-' CbcsCnvttfUbidclpbia.
LOHS STAB ': B1LUARB
No.; I1Q Broadway,
MARYSVILLE, 1 KAN.
CHAS. F. KQ3STEK, Proprietor.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
DRY-GOODS, GROCERIES, BOOTS
AND 8HOES, HATS & CAPS,
On Broadway, opo. the American Hotel,
At this office, a good faithful boy from 14 to 19
years of age as au apprentice to the printing
bus'Bess. An apt and industrious boy willra
oojyp food inducement.
DRUGS i MEDICINE 1
EDDY & ARNOLD,
WHOLESALE DM UQ GISTS,
, No. 10 Delaware at., corner of Main,
Have just received and keep constantly a kaaa
a full stock of fresh and reliable
Drvc,3, Medicines, J ainU, (Hit, Patent MtHtmt
BRUSHES, & PURE LIQUORS
for Medical purposes, Also a largt stock 0
No. 1 COaL OIL LAMPS & LAMP
t at lev prices as any House in the watt.
Our cml oil is the beit erer ofllreU for 1 in tr wevtera
market, imperial Attention will b given to the Oil and
jLtiiup trade 111 keeping the best tnindsof oil and tba late
8t les of lamps couitantly on band. Will physiciaaa a
country dealer plwdu callaud exatuin our stock,
uli) EDDY & ARNOLD.
XV e bar at Ceutraha Nrrueba count y, Kansas, about
4U,0j apple treed, ull grafted, a.id cf all Tiinet.c tliat have
been cea.'etiiu the esl. Tbe bavebtn rown bie on the
ojen prairie, if any trees will do well in Kan these
must. Aloo3 quantity of Cherries and different T&rietiesef
ctrawberr;e-, Lawton Blackberries, Ac. Ac He 'shall be
ready during the jt all of 1M2 and Spring of lbtS to supply
the people ot Northwestern Kaunas with tiees gi own here,
on iHTtudbleteruis. Apple trees, a years' roth from graft
4 too eet liyii and st)ci;y,iO cents, and other trees in pro
portion. Wtill take in exchange for anything in our
Mir.-ery.allUiudsof rami produce and stock. G ire us a call
a)i.u are going to the river, and examine foryi ursthes.
BnnHlongabitidof corn, wIuM. pork or auythiu you
ha e to spare, aad tnLe Jiouie tree wbeo the proper time for
transplanting com3. Fonie prefer transplanting ia-be
VmII others iu the Sorintr -euit Yourselves.
J une, 1812. BAKfcR & SQUIRE.
THE AMEBieAN FUG!
MAJ' JO- SAMUELS
Holds out great inducement!
to the Farmers !
He offers half Cash and half Goeda, at east
ern prices, for Corn. The goods were purchased!
in New i'ork for Cash. Ca'l with your Cora
and see ih Major before selling elsewhere, ask
is for your own good.
MASON & WELL-DIGGER,
Informs the people of MarysriUe aad rarroondingcouB
try that he teat all times prepared totahecontrnatsin stoae
or concrete baildiag, lay wall or foaBdarions, dig well im
in a durable maaneraadatfaiceatotaittaetiaws. all
I have just receiTed a lot ef fresh Goods ea
sisting of Drugs, Groceries, Dry Goods, Beeia
andSliow, tc, whickT wiU be ield chsap Jer
reaJypay. A.1. LOViLL.
Marsvilla, Juae 14, 1881.
p E T j K GIFT, ,
SHOP on W.rfit street, ia ;8ajMary"Ue.
I'orsoua wieltiu ork done ia, hie lias w "ui
it te their adaiiafe giTeaisa aealL
7TH0S. M. BOWBN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
1 Mai'ifftviale. MarHluul C.( laiuasot
I. .3 i i -CI ! jit -a
. ' i - V " --rrry ji-f'- rnrh-n iW
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BOOK AIIO JOB PiaTlS
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We are paepared to execute erery de
ft i w
35ook anb lo printing
Circulars, Clicks, Bus
ine;s Cards, Blank
Bills of Fare, tftc.
Bill Heads, Lettr
Heads, Hand Bills,
Labels, Ball Tick
ets, &c, &c.
Together with tvery rariaty of
runcy ana' obzett' SPitnitny!
iSSJ S T.M l . V
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Very Best 'PossiblcvManner,
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'' LOW EST trfKJlC&S. '
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JOB PRINTI NiG
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NO. 113-1"- - BROADWAY.
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4 MARYSVILLE, KANSAS.
Hariag recently f ttcd up and efeaed their
Urge aad cessiwiious keuse, are prepared, to
acconesMdate aad give satisfactiemto all wb
ssay givatke a call.
TheT haVe the laraeat and stoat cessssedious
'I JHMPaa fSpH.
a Wfjteeu WfJ!MWtjiriliM3yC
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lkt ia tfce wees lad fif oljhi 4
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