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BHOPn, Walnmt atreet,da- last MaryarHli
JPenwus wishiag.work doae.iaibjg uaa
-" faair eavaategt to jfre U 'jMB.
r -tior d -'. '
ifioXJSE, SLGN.Sc l
All persons wishing work done' in my line
will do -well by ealling one door east of the
American Hotel, triers I will guarantee satis
faction. 6m n5
JVbto Beady :
PARSON BROWNLOW'S WONDERTUL BOOK.
One Tolume. Containing upward of 450 pages, 12 super!
or engrsTiuKS, an eKcouent steel portrait, sc beautifully
prinWon ae hisTfaperraad haadaomoly .bound ia
&n.c5fice.$J.S5. W $? 5 - -0.
Sent free by return mail on receipt of pries '"
In erery City, Town, Tillage, and County, to sell this thrlttV
ing d ransarfeable work. Address
GEOROE W. CHILDS, Publisher,
Xaa(S28 and C30 Chestnut 6k, Philadelphia,
" '4sMJKhMaB 00;, Cincinnati Ohio.
A J! LOTlLLlnfbmi the aeaple af Marshall aadeeV
joining Counties that he hasoi hand, and isass
staatiy receivings good selection of. ,ft
TO TXZKTOOPgA JJJ'
description, iplqdiJaVXUi-VU4a;flilaj SJatT
the Usm aad saasaa, ," '?".
300TS 3t SHOES; GROCERIES, 4C.t
Whieaill basold low for reid pay.. j
Re it prepared toterrehli old customers aad others wks
zaeylaror him with acall at his usual place of business, on
Broadway, BujjHarysTtyle, Kanbas. , 'hljtf
2f4. tthos- ;mccoy,
Kfebi&dknen by these presents.
r Hiatanaxa JJoots and Shoes of all
sizes andof everv descrirjtionima?ina-
,hle,"forth'ose who may be so kind as to
give me atall, at Ao. 53 Broadway, where I
Hhall always" be oh hand. My 'material is the
best that can be purchased for gold or Treasury
Notes. Come along and bring your fde I can
fit them; don't care if they are as unevenas a
-tdmato,es M jigly as, to,mafce,their owner f$h.
Charges moderate as will be'ssaa hj the "fol-
owing list of prices:
Hens' Shoes, kip,
" " calf
t xBoot,ikipvTin5. s
H " Americam ealf
" " Frenek "
, ii ii a it
If omens' shoes, salf, pegged,
P . " sewed
!fi i f .J lift t
'BH will lso TepairharntHv Asvneatlr
a r s
xs possible and at very low figure. My ott
is to werkf cheap for cask.
Carpemter and Cabinet Maker
Will attend to the erection of all kinds of build
ings with ne&tnesaud dispatch. Plans and speo
ifications furniflksld.lhaTocu land a largs
guaatityobf dry, walnut lumber, and amjpre
pared to make all kinds of 'yfufniture at. Mo.
. xiver prices. Terms'to suit the times. n6tf
Cabinet Maker it IIoue Builder.
tihtiil jH is prepared; to- take contracts, forbuildings
ef,-allkiadsraHd, insurasthat ,h.i8swork will be
done in a subtantial and workmnliiTe'matiier.
Oomns made to order upon short notice. 'Fur
.niture and every kind of Cabinet work attend
ed to pr0mptj' and atpricee satisfactory to alL
He holds himsjelf in. readiness at ' all times, om
-3Q&&& eneiewjio'hw-Uriiom-. office,
-WfaryvlUe, Kansas? J? I yZwml
Order or Publication. "
Stat of Kansas, ) Second Judicial
Cr. W.Brown, -il-piiW
To kMMssmtli aad Jaaim Seate. Toa art WttVr
aotiftaitfcatthefcofe nan-djiaftrteir haa commenced an
actioaintheaboTa entitled court againstyon to reoorera
j adgmeat against jou to recoter a' judgement r-Bstsaid
lefendnt8,Tboa:6s Smith and Jemima Jmith, fortheaaaaf
$852.40 with interest and cost of suit, and for a deate of
sale or the EaH half of north feat quarter and aorta -west
teartr of northwest quarter and northeast quarter of
c' 'th wen qBarfertaeeUoa to h!po-5 south, d
f itanga No. 8 east.liarsh'iil CovmtJ, ttam ttetulss.
. - 'jeu dwaar or aaswer to Ae' petition ,flI4"herB,oa or b
lore the 6th daj.rf QstaW;A-D. 168,. the bsM peOam wUI
ml0J -; ljn&mwmfclroyLTu '
tHLAN IJD0K :AJUFACTURER,
Z LV, . Life-'Third trJctSKlo &!& "
tlu t . 4 av out Zitt&ieartkfEwnitss
iier,a-irn,'i-frT,.r?f-T,"r"B 'v w
PU UmO t-ZCETts. 10 in SJ Sz2.
j ra. nmakiia
' f'" u-sri. , ;r
Wirefcsaes.OaaitT eaewe. c UU
J.UUU lO ill JlJt'jU ". jv x-.. ..'.
, JffiimH.Beiwi ' THtimwU mi it Bec4 wasr
' aflaiUlral, '
.- "- tJ . &.
.Infoma the people of Marysrilfe sad sanoaaiiagafva
try that be iss,t all tiaea prepared to tate contrasts la sioe
nctKfttaMHtaf. lajrarrfcwaioa, degiWeUa A
iaadarabfr ppimwri stytwi UirtMittiti. all
I have Just received a'dei tf fraak Oooti ees
aiating of' Drugs, GrdcarieeDry-JGebdsi Beets
landSboM, ic, whiek will it qeld chsap-ftr
ready pay. A. V LOYMi.
jUaryiYillt, Jaaa 14 ISO.
THOS. M. BOWEN,
ATffORNB A& LAW,
Maajravllka, Marsliali; O kq&mu,
Slate of Kansas, Second Judicial District Nema
ha 'County. " - 4
Samuel A. Stinsons & Eugene F. Earens, part
,ners as Stinson & Havens, Plaintiffs, vs Je
rome Wison, Henry Cowgill, Samuel Cowgill,
Defeudents. To Jerome Wilson : You ate hereby notified
that the above named Plaintiffs have commenc
ed an action in the above entitled court against
you to recover a judgment against said defend
ent, Jerome Wilson, for fthe sum of Two Hund
red and sixty dollars and interest thereon rora
July 9th, 1860, at thVrate ef aixty per cent per
annum, upon a promissory note 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
I payment of Baid amount and interest, the fol
lowing premises, mortgaged oy gaia w uson to
escure the payment of said note and interest
lq jrit : The South East quarter, of section No.
thirty-two in township No. fie; range fourteen
east, in Baid county of Nemaha, to sell the same
and apply the proceeds to the payment of said
I amount and interest and the costs of this action
andto oreslose all the defendants' rigbi, title or
equity of redemption and security to said prem
ises. Said note having been assigned to these
plaintiffs by Alexander V. Blake, executor of
the last wili and Testament of A. B. Sands.
Now, unless you plead, answer or demur to said
Plaintiffs' petion on or before the 13th day of
October A. D. 1862, the Baid petition will be tak
tm as true and judgment rendered accordingly.
J. D BKUMBAUG1, Att'y for Plaintiffs.
August 16, 1862.
Notice of Appraisement.
State of Kansas, ) Amo Reea for
County of Marshall. J uge.,;of ,Lewii
r'- " ,' " j.Burnea vs
FranciB J. Marshall.
To Francis J. Mirshnll : You .w!i take notice
thatby virtue offopluries execution, issued out
of the firstPistrict Court for tho'BtatV ef Kan
sas, sitting in and for Leavenworth c"6unty, I
will proceed to appraise the following described
real estate, upon the premises according to lew,
between the hours of 10 o'clock A. M., and' 4
o'clock P. M. on the 3d day of October A. D.
18G2, to wit: the south east quartsr of section
one (1) township No. two (2) 6outk of rang
six (6) cast, containing 160 acres; also thirty
(30) feet of lot six (6) in block eight (8) front
ing on Broadway street and running back seventy-two
(72) feet, the said thirty (30) fett be
ing off the westside of Baid lot, together with
thestore house the said lot six (6) in block eight
(8) bem situated in Ballard & Morrall's addi
tion to the town' of Pat met to ; all of the alsove
described real estate ljing and being in Mar
shall County. Kansas, at which time you can at-
.tend.if you thinit proper. Given under my
hand this 10th day of September A. D. 1862.
G. D. SWEARINGEN'Shmff.
Has removed froi his eld stamd '
. .if f a w a i
NEW BRICK STORE,
Corntr Commercial 2 Fourth Strert
' ' ' '
i I T 14 I P q fl O ?
Ami kae em sale Largest e4 lest asssrUA
patlwMi.BonriJtiTet',. Jsssj 41
t J m-frrr-
r ' a t
,! sMrsmVgaa has mats e4 'shi- h sr
mUsmms of tae &iiittiiki4fm ems faKie
aa. t im
CHAS. F. KCESTER, PrqrUtmr.
Wholesale nd ReWl Dsler U
DRY-GOODS, ..GROCERIES, BOOTS
1 AND SHOES, HATS & GAPS, i '
On jBroadway, opo. the American Hotel,
JUarysvitte, Kantas. -w
At this oflcs. a good faithful boy from 14 to 14
years ef age as an t apprentice to the printing
business. An apt and imdustritas bor w,illre-
oeivs good inducements. ,
DRUGS L MEDICINE J
V HOLMS AIM DMUG GISTS,
N. 10 Delaware it., corner of 'Mais
Leavenworth, fntas. ' -Have
just receiveejand keep constantly em haad
a full stock jef freah'and reliable , i
lrugt, Medieintt, Piintt, Oilt, Patent Mtditmm
' BRUSHES, &PURE LIQUOBB
For Medical purposes. Also a large itoek
Ne. 1 COAL OIL LAMPS LAM?
at as hmjirice at any Kbiuc in th tctst.
Our coal oil is thabast Ter; offered for tale in tra vastara
market. Lspecial attention Trill ba (iTsntotha Oiltpji
Lamp trad m keeping the best braxds uf oil and the latas
Bt ls of lamps constantly o hand. Will physioaas m
country tUsUrt plaua call axd examine our stock,
nlO EDDY & ARNOLD.
We have at Centralia. Nomeha connty, Kansas, about
40,000 apple trees, all grafted, and of all Taneties thathaTe
been cested in tho west. They haobeenrown here on the
openpriurie. If any trees will do well in Kansas theise
must Also a quantity of Cherries and different Taneties ef
fctrawbemoit, Lawton Blackberries, IcAc We shall be
ready during the Fall of 18C2 and Hprlngof 1863 to supply
the people of Northwestern Kansas with trees grown here,
on taToraMn terms. Apple trtes, 3 years' urowth from graft
4 to 5 feat high and stochy, 20 cents, and other trees in pro
portion. Ve will take in exchange for anything in our
Nursery, all kiadsof farm produce and'stock. G iva as a call
as you are going to then very and examine for yourselves i
Bnng along a load oC corn, wheat, pork, or an thing you
have to spare, and tahe homo trees when 'the proper time fur
transplanting comes. Soma prefer transplanting ia the
Fall- others in the 3pnag-ityoureelTes.
J one, 1862. BAKER fe" SQUIRE.
THE BARGAIN STORE!
Brotdwaj, tpm. th Aneriota Humis
MAMTSTILLS, X AN MAS,
WWU mnZReUil D&Ur i
Grcjrlf; DrrOOd9f Boot
IHOli, HATf OAMMIBICIMCS, 4c.
Euaaar elethiag of all Tarietiss, ready-ssade
and suitable for 'the season ; Queensware and
Hard ware,tte always on hand aad' fcr sale
oheap at the frsjain stert.
f HE AIIERICAN FU6!
SdlSBbut great induceMenk
rto the Farmer! !
iew Tee Jir rasa. MIwa4er Cera
wlWtiij.liaA,, aeBiaafslarratca, a.
isfcrytmrtva feH1- I f - 7
-"" v? ?--.
rra- - Tv?g v- -
$ VH 'fr ( A-
5 r ' ' t t
:5 tJjitJ! Jt .
look ins M Irintini
r i tfjfft J "U
Circulars, Chcks, Bus
inesi ..Cards, Blank
Bills of Fart, eve.
Bill Heads, Lettf?
Heads, Hand Bills,
Labels, Bail; Tick
ets, &c, 4eji
Together with every
e9ffa ? y4' 0mtmp
Verj Best Posijbl
W i- i
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i Imhi iah1-
iOB P R I
NCt.llS - -
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UfaryiTttto, -' - - 1
Havimr rateatlw: Hsmd m mmd neaeel tkair
large ami rwafassaiM aemse, are prepared to
sawaeaeekUaajl f ive aatisfaetioa UaU wke
ay givetaast a esA. -
Tasyhaveafca krfee aael saeet eeaaesltoai
&?-- . ?zxmt
UAXouxa s. aa. smeown s .t.
Harysville, - . . . r s . jjJJ
Tsixa Hotel nas'htwmoiiafo'teJst
jean, sad the proprittpr. iiltibinkfal for
pa tavort, and aolieita the apEtinuanca of
sgr : ftg:
h a. - .TsmA
f l. if
brPOCe 4? -fcj.
We respectfally inriu dealers aadeMsa of Ch
call and examine oar stack before bayiageliewkarJT
Wt Jeetp all hind
A FULL ASSORTMENT OJ
A Ytry Lar3 StVcKef Xll'LSfS
We also keep Foolsjap, Note, Legal CapJ pa
pers and Eiysejopes, Printer's paper and' Cards
.which we wil sell to printers at St. Louis rates
With freight; added. 1',
We buy and sell exclusively for CASH, and
flatter ourselves that we buy and sell aiowMf
rate. Our motto ia ' s
Larg Salts and
Ve la rile eseu! atasatiea to eat eheaj)
COAL. OjL & AllrpS.
j i 1
Weals hare aaiara wastafly,TeiTtMcfe
' t in !
8 ATjT! s.tht?
Which w will tell at il. Botiomof the
'' XarluL ;""n
Delers from Pike's Peak, 'sad fait Lake aad te Interior
of Kaasas wUI ind ia ear tcVa large aesorteafk
. it 0
Walth we will sell at 'ratas is mii'i
f ! - iT
1 ' f'sCr
. s til
,, all-and cb-
Thar asa Lias Kntm-r
f " 'Tiiiii 111 mass
jy nay et ar aoase,waM we ssU at yoTj4u idTantsg.
6mnl3 STE-BBI S-CO.
J. E. CLARiw,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Notary Public sfcGeneral Col
lecting & Lind&eeni, "
LOUISVILLE, ,:,!"'. .KANSAS.
Proapt acteatiea givea to the varies kind
f busimesa that aay Arisa in thecouaties of
Marshall, PotUwatteaiit'aad Ueeouats, there
aatoaUaahad The" basic fre(eieas cin..ba