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ea Walnmt street, in "East Marysrille
awkhiag work done in his line will find
ft to flMiradratag to gftaKm a calL
F. R. JACOBS,
HOUSE. SIGN &
( All patrons' wiehing woik done in my line
Trill do -well by ealhng one door east of th
American Hotel, where i will guarantee satii
factioa. 6m no
Now Ready :
-PARSON BROWNLOW's "WONDEEFUL" BOOK-
OneTolnme. Containing npwird of 453 psge, 12 snpri
or engraving, an fk-ielletit jtrel 1'urtir.it.Ac. Ucintifully
limited on nnewhit pajer,andli.i:.d5oinJ bound m mus
lin. Price $1.&.
Sent fret by return mail on receipt of price.
7n every Ctty.Town, Tiling-, and Comity, to sell this thrill
ing and rtuiarl.tLlu vrnrk. Ail lr-s
:&oi:Ot. c i:js. ium sr.
Xca.G2S nid 'tV- ni-iitJ- Plu'-t Mphia,
AiVLUJATrt.5: irO.Giui. ii'iitj. Olil ,
Pulivhn-v fi t tte TP
DRUGS,! DEY-GOODS &
-A" B. T-OYELL Informs the people of ITtnhall aadad-
joining'Couati that lie basoa hand, and U eot
Uatly receiving a good selection of
,'DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
Xf ewy description!' Including Heady-Hsde' Clotiilag
bit for ti tmes kad tkajkua, . fes-
BOOTS & SHOES, GROCERIES, &0..
Watch will be sold low for ready pay.
He It prepared toenreliit old customers and others Tho
nay horhnnMthac!l at I113 nnnl place of busin-p.on
lioadiraj, KatM-irtsriHe. Kansas. nl tf
BOOT & SHOE-MAKER.
tcA Know all men by ihese presents
ym ,hat make lioots and Shoes of ull
ML sizes and of every description imajjina-
Vble, for those who may be so kind as to
.give me a call, .t .No. o"t IJioadway, where 1
Vhall always be on hand. My material is the
beat that can be purchased tor gold or Treasury
Notes. Come along and bung jour feet, I can
fit them; don't care if they ate as uneven as a
tomato, or so ugly as to make their owner Mush.
Charges moderate as will be seen bv the fol
lowing list of prices:
Wens' Shoe?, kip,
' " calf
" ' sewed
" " -American calf
t " French
TToraens' Bhoes, calf, pegged,
" " " hewed
If. I.' I will also repair harness as neatly
rs poiiible and at very low li jurat. My motto
U to wwik. cheap for cash.
Carpenter and Cabinet Maker
JYill attend to tie erection of all kinds of build
ings with ne&tncos and dispatch. Plans and t,pec
jhcations famished. 1 have on hand a large
.quantity pf dry walnut, lumber, and ain pte
pared is, make all kinds of furniture at Mo.
river prices. Terms to suit the tirae3. nGtf
Cabinet Maker &, SSouse Builder.
He is prepared to take contracts for buildings
.f ill kinds, aud insures tint his work will be
.dono in a subtnntial and workmnlike manner.
Coflli made to order upon short notice. Fur
niture and every kind of Cabinet work attend
ed to promptly and at prices satisfactory to all.
He holds huasclf in readiness at all times, on
Broadway, one door ast of the Union office,
Marysville, Kansas. 3mn7
Order f Publication.
State of Knnsas,
Marshall County, s
) Second Judicial
x. W. iiroWD, )
To Thomas Smith and Jemima Smith. : To are aerebr
JwiinedOiatthV'abme narod Vlaiutiff has censmenced an
actio iatlieabpTv enutled conrt again'-tyon to recuvera
iadcmeatazathstTon to recovcr-a "inrlTiiifjit !?aintRa.d
Dafrndenfe.Tharaaa Siaith and Jemima Smith, for liie nni of
VT "J. IHieress aa cost ofBuiUand for a decree of
laoreEaHbalff Bortli nest qcarttr end north ac-t
(Barter oT tferth-wert Barter and northeast quarter of
MtweqaarterofaecUon'A township no-5 sent h. and
f rraeAo.8 cut, Marshall Connty, Kanas.and that unl--Taaaaroraaawerto
thTwiriu aii ir.?n r k
fen tfce Ui day of October, A. DVSS2. tka aaSi j Ctioa will
nilfi ataiTMHfrral according
' IT. W. 3CR0MK. !f AttT
T5LANK BOOK MANUFACTUIIER,
0 Third street, IcJow Bclaicarc,
SLABS BOOKS THleaVptiBlpd aad bonad to any pi
m. Ver Barters, Mercbaau, County oftcsra, c Ia;
. .. 1...JTU.I . .
i Joaraalc,Kerit at Doefcata, ma-le oat of good j-per
Mm pritaa. M 'mm e aafi prnttx
Informs the people of Jtarj-Bvilla and surrennthnzenn
try tl: he is stall time? jirvpared total.ecuutr?e:aw htone
orcoiirrftehwJdiuj.UywaUsor foundations, dis wells ix
inauurable laaauerandatpnoeatoauit theUmdB. ulT
I have just Tecerreda lot of fresh Goods con
sisting of Drugs, Groceries, Dry Goods, Loots
and Shoes, &c, vkkb, will be sold cheap for
ready pay. A. E. LOVELL.
Marysville, June 14, 1861. s
THOS. M. BOWEN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
jlaryaviile, Marisliail Co Kansas,
Order of Pu!ji!cation.
State of Kansas, Second Judicial District Nema
Samuel A. Sticsons & Eugene F. Havens, part
ners as Stiusou & Haven", Plaintiffs, vs Je
rome Wison, Henry Cowgill, Samuel CowgUl,
To Jerome Yilson : You are hereby notified
that t!je above named Plaintiffs have commenc
ed an action in the above entitled court against
3'ou to recover a judgment againtstsnid delend
ent, Jerome "Wilson, for the sum of Two Hund
red and sixty dollars and interest thereon from
July 0th, ldbO, at the rate cf sixty per cent per
annum, upon a prontissoty nole signed by said
Wilson on the 9th day of July A. D. 1859, paya
le to A. B. Sands or order, and to subject to the
payment of sai'l amount and interest, the fol
lowing pi cmises, mortgaged by said Wilson to
secure the payment of said note .nd iuterest
to wit: The South East quarter of bection No.
thir y-two :n town-hip No. five, Tange fourteen
east, in siid county ot Nemaha, to sell the stme ;
and apply the proceeds to tne payment of said
amount and intei est aud thecosts of this action
and to forcslose all the defendents' right, title or
equity of redemption and security to fajid prem
ises. Snid note having been assigned to these
r lain tiffs by Alexander V.Blake, execute of
tne last will and Testament of A B. Sands.
Now, unless jrou pleadj answer or demur to said
Plaintiffs' petion on or befose the loth day of
October A. D. 1802, the said petition will betak
en as true and judgment Tendered accordingly.
J. D. BKU.MDA.n6n, Att'y for Plaintiffs.
August 16. lcG2.
iuicss or -ippraiseiiieix.
State of Kansis, ") Amos Rees for
County of Marshall. use of Lewis
Francis J. Marshall.
To Trancis J. Marshall You will take notice
thatby virtue of a plaries execution issued out
of the first District Court for the State of Kin
tn". Bitting in and for Leaven wot th county, I
w llprocevd to apj raise the following desciibed
rem estate, upon the premises according to law,
between the hours ot" 10 o'clock A. M., and 4
o'clock P. M. on the 3d day of October A. D.
3bo2, to wit: the south east quarter of section
one (I) township No. two (2) south of Yango
six (0) cast, containing 100 acies; aho thixty
jSOj ieetof lot six (u) in block ight(S) front
ing on Broadway street and running back sev-eut3-two(7l!)
teet. the eaid thirty (30) feat be
ing ofi the weatside of said lot. together with
the store house the sail lot six (Gj in block eight
(8) beiu . situated in Ballard Morr.ill's addi
tion to the tovrn of Patmetlo; all of the above
described real estate lying and being in Mar
shall County, Kansas, at -which time you can at
tend it ou thini proper. Given under my
hand this 10;h day of September A. D. 1862.
G.D. SWEAKINGEN, Sheriff.
Has removed frorB'his'eld standi fo lhe
hew maw S70BE,
Corner ofGommercialmnd Fourth Streets
"wAsdhas onWBilaVlargamd Beatafsarted
will b sow at a jUgla. - . a.
Thankfrlfortn rtronal.. ia-ILj . . . .
ccBtinaace of tbe cc&dac ef hit firwds tmi tie pablic
j 3 fJV '
CHAS." F. KCESTER, Proprietor.
"Wholesale and Detail Dealer in
DRY-GOODS, GROCERIES, BOOTS
AND SHOES, HATS & CAPS,
On Broadway, opo. the American Hotel,
At this office, a good faithful boy from 14 to 16
years of age as an apprentice to the printing
business. An apt and industrious bey willra
DRUGS k MEDICINE I
EDDY & .ARISTODD,
No. 10 Delaware st. corner of Main,
Have just received and keep constantly ea hand
a full stock of fresh and reliable
Drugs, Medicines, Faints, Oils, Patent MeditOM
ERUSIIES, & PURE LIQUORS
Por Medical purposes. Also a large stock tf
No. 1 COAL OIL LAMPS & LAMP
at as lore prices as any Houtc in the tccst.
Onr coal til is the best e er offered for sale in the TTMtsrn
market, ilspeclal attention aill be g.Tentothe Oil and
Linip trade in keeping tl e best brands of oil and the lates
st j les of Umps contai.tlj on band. Will phjsicianfi an
country dialers pl4S call and examln our stock,
nlO EDDY & ARNOLD.
Ti'ebavo at Centralia. Kcn.eha connty, Kansas, al out
40,jO0 apple trees, all grafted, .ind of all vantt.e? tliathae
Lm n tested m tliB wtst. Ihej biiebctn rown hro ontLe
oivn prairie. If anv trees v ill do tv'I in Kansas tLc
must. Also a qiantit of Cherries and different varieties cf
fctr.n. berries, iawton Jilackberiiw, ic.it He sliall be
rctdy during tliel'all oflvoi and fcpr.ngof lSt'3 tosnpplj-tb.epeojj-'oi
orthvesUm Ivnas witli trees grown hire,
on tavoraVIe ttnns. Apple tree, C5 j ears' i rorth from graft
4 too ett hifjliand stocb, i"Uctnls, an J other tre3 in iro
rortion. 'We will take hi exchange for anything in our
"nrvry,.Ulkindiiot I-armproJuceanditockl Gnensacall
as j ou are going to the mti;, und ixaunne for yourselv .
linn,? .'long a 1 ,dof corn, whe.it, pork or an thins yon
ha e to spare, and tihehonietrt.es when tnc proper tiuit for
tranpkjHing comts. Some prefer transplanting in th
Fall- othersm the spring snityourehcs.
J uco, 1862. B AKER A; SQUIRE.
THE BARGAIN STORES
Broadway, oppo. tba Anerictn Honse
? MAR YS TILDE, "'KANSAS, f
r Whol$aU and Retail DeaUr t
Groceries. Dry-Gods, Hotu and
8HOIS, KAT3 & CAPS, 'HEDICIIWff &C.
Summer clothing of all Tarietirs, ready-made
and suitable for the season ; Queensware and
'Hardware", etc., always on hand aad for aale
cheap at the grgain store.
M-A J. JO SAMUELS
Holdsout sreat inducements
to the Faimefs !
He offers half Cash and half Gco3s. at east
ern prices. foVCorn.v"'"The goods were purchased
- " v acu v-rt,J " your wid
in NeVYork for Cas
X. f""ll,t:.'l. n
'and see tV. iiajor before s.llinj abewWra, mir?"?-
is for your own gooi
DOCK AHDJ0B PRINTING
.'"V . -s-
We areptepard t'oixewtetTry de
Z f r
- ' 1 " Posters, Prosame,
Circulars, Chcks, Bus
iness Cards, Blank
, - Bills of Fare, A:
Bill Heads, Lettr '
Heads, Hand Bills; l
Labels, Ball Tick I 5 .'
ets, &c, &e. ' - j6 t
Togetter withTrjf ajloty tf
Very4 Best z Possible : Mannar,
--and at 'the
L rOmM)ST! fFn GMXi
JL D! & B Rl ft T3 ICNICS
rNli3 - BROADWAi;'
. MIERICAN HOTEL.
PER Z T 3S HUTCHIKSON',
Marysville, - - - Kansas
Hav;n2 rcc-nt nlid np and opened their
Uvc and cnaio.i!Oii lioue, are prepared to
f --ntrf?t nrl irp nTllfttinn in 11 TTHrt
tUblria TTfrfk al fiaT uf frain aadlur
JObn Frazler, Prprietr
CaROLIXE SI. BT- SIC0XD & THIRD,
Marysville, - . . a Kansas.
This Hotel has beea open for three
years, and the proprietor is thankful for
past favors, and solicits the continuance of
the fame, with the pramist af the usual
STEBBINS & CO.
WTSatRfAai?" 1JC RTAIl?",i
; ., ".
TTe respectfnllyJnTite dealers aid citizens of Kaam
11 and axaxnin oar stock beibra bnyinc lUwaVrSV'
We keep all hinds of
a n o c e ri -e sr
FULL ASSORTMENT 0?
LIQUORS, WINES, BRANDIES,
- A V$ry Large Stock of NAILS,
We also keep Foolscap, Note, Legal Cap pa
pers and Envelopes, Printer's paper and Cards
which we will sell to printers at St. Louis rates
with freight added.
"We buy and sell exclusively for CASH, and
fl.ttter ourselves that we buy and sell at lovest
rates. Our motto is
Large Sale tmd Small Profits I
COAL OIL & LAMPS.
TTealso hart and are oakaatly rtwrriac ;
Which we vjUI sell at th Bottom of the
Dealers from Pike's Peat, and Salt Late and taa Interior
of Ka&sas wiU End in onr store a largo assortment of
, t. j'
WHck w'a will sail at raUa ta suit 'Uw
WAR. TIMES!" A
SThereare tvoLASOE GROCERY HOUSES la Atekisom
besides onri, and wetLink strangera an bay here cheaper
than atanvclryin this Ticinit. GUlandsee us all, and on
ly tray ot our hoa-, when we wU at yoar best advantage.
6in n!3 STEBBINS & CO.
J. E. OLARDY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Notary Public & General Col
lecting & Land Agent;
Prompt attention given to the various kinds
Lf tllia,n(Mie ,hftt arka ?n the cmnfie i.f
. .r -i-i -r 1 .. J.T. .;-.!.
1 iir.imu, roiiawaitomie armuic-vuuu.ite ero-
Tnabestot relerexwas earn be
jlareh, 1862. lf
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