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ORDER OjF PUBLICATION.
c':'i' iAV Marshall County, ss,
t n.Ttit Court of the Scend Judicial
District of the State of Kansas sitting for Mar
shall County irith Washington, Shirlyjtad Be
publicatf attached for Judicial purpowa
Henry lamcklow, Plaintiff, h tb WilliMa P.
Stsateft and J. R. Button, Defendant.
"Whereas, afidavithas been filed herein, sta
tin that you, the above nasaecl Vfllivn P. Stan
ton ahS H.X. Dutton resides out of the 8tate
and are non-residents of the State of Kansas,
and that service of a summons cannot be made
oh you. Therefore you are notified, by publica
tion hereof being made iri The Big Blue Union
for six consecutive weeks that eaid plaintiff,
Henry Barrickloir, baa filed his petition in the
above entitled suit against the above named
defendants in the above mentioned court,where
in said suit is now pending, the object of -which
and the prayer of sampeuuon is iorsaia plain
tiff to recover judgment against the said Wil
liam P. Stanton for the sum of two hundred and
twenty dollars ($220) with interest from the
27th day of July a. d. 1860-at the rate of five
per cent per month, due and owing to said
plaintiff from said William P. Stanjon on two
certain promissory notes each dated July 27th
x. d. 1859, by which in one promissory notesaid
William P. Stanton promised to pay the plain
tiffin twelve months after the date thereof the
sum of one hundred and twenty-five dollars
($125) and in the other said promissory note
eaid William P. Stanton promised to pay the
plaintiff in twelve months after the date there
of the sum of ninety-five dollars 95 with in
terest on each after maturity at the rate of five
per cent per menth. And also to foreclose two
certain deeds of trust bearing even date with
the eaid promissory notes whereby the Baid
William P. Stanton conveyed to II. It, Dutton as
trustee for the use and benefit of this plaintiff
to secure the payment of said two promissory
, ,notes the following lands lying and being in
'aid Marr hall county and State of Kansas, to
wifc: The east half of the north east quarter of
section twenty-nine (29) township three (3)
south, of laage .nine (9) east, which deed was
therein declared to be a mortgage on said real es
tate to secure the payment of a promissory note
for the sum of-$125 heretofore described, also
the west half of the north east quarter of sect
ion twenty-nine (29) township three (3) south,
of range nine (9) east, which deed was therein
declared to be a mortgage on said real estate to
secure the payment of a promissory note for the
sum of ninety-five dollars (9o) heretofore de
scribed both of which deeds was subject to eer
tain conditions therein written, whereby it was
and is provided that if the paid William P.
Stanton should well and truly pay and dis
charge each said promissory notes with all in
terests that might accrue thereon according to
the tenor of each promissory note that then ?aid
dedsof trusts or whichever should be so paid
should be paid, that otherwise the said deeds of
trust was to remain in full force. That said
tracts of land be sold and the proceeds arising
' from such sale be applied to the satisfaction of
such judgment and costs of their suit according
' to the conditions of the two deeds of trust,
And that each of said defendants, and all and
every person claiming by, from, through or un
der them or either of them be forever
barred and foreclosed of, and from all and any
right and equity of redemption and other right
whatever of, in or to said real estate from and
Jiftersuch sale thereof. And you the said Wil
liam P. St in ton and H. R. Dutton arc further no
tified you are required to plead, answer or de
jnur to said petition on or before the 31st day of
August a. d. 1863, and that unless you answer
jtke same on or before the saiM 31st day of 4u
gastsaid petition will be taken as true and
judgment rendered accordingly.
In witness whereof, I Alexander Campbell,
clerk of said court have hereunto set my hand
and affixed the seal of said couitat my office in
Marysville in said Marshall county this 22d
day of June a. d. 18G3. Alex Camtbeli.,
7w nl3 Clerk.
State of Kansas, Nemaha County.
David Dodge, trustee for William P.rhillips,
vs. Hugh W.Parker, Richard Root, John Koe
and Martha J, Parker. Case No. 44.
' By virtue of an Order of Sale bearing date
June 10th A. D.1863, to me directed and deliv
ered, issued in the above entitled cause out of
'the District Court of the Second Judicial Dis
trict of the State of Kansas, siting within and for
said County of Nemaha, and aLo by virtue of
the Order and Decree rendered in said cause in
said Court, on tho 14th day of April, A. D. 18G3,
I wMjOnTaesdav, the 28th day of July A. D.
1863, at 10 o'clock A. M., of that day, at. the
Court House door in the Town of Seneca, in the
County of Nemaha, State of Kansas, offer at Pub
lic Sale, to the highest bidder, for cash in hand,
at time of sale, all the right, tit e and interest
j of the above named defendants in and to the
following described property, to-wit:
The South East quarter of Section Twenty
One, (21Un Township Three (3) of Range Thir
f teen, (13)said laad situate in Nemaha County,
-Btate of Kansas. Said property to be sold by me
sin accordance with the command of said order
1 of sale, and also by virtue of said order and de
cree. . JOHN S. RODGERS,
'SenecvJnne, 27th, 1863. Sheriff.
. ..m Byron Sherry, Att'y forPlt'f. nl34w
t SHERIFFS SALS.
State of Kansas, Nemaha County.
,t James G. McAllister, ti. Harmon Miller.
By Virtue of anOrderef Salo bsaring date
"June 10th,' A. D., 1863, to mc directed and de
livered, issued in the above entitled cause out of
the District Court of the Becond Judicial Dis
trict of the Slate of Kansas, Bitting within and
"for said County of Nemaha, and also by virtue
,- ef the Order and Decree rendered in said cause
in said Court, .on'the 14th day of April, A. D.
1863, 1 wilV on Tuesday, the 28lh day of July,
A. D. 1863, at 11 o'clock, A. M, of that day,' at
the Court Ileus door in the Town of Seneca, in
" the County of Nemaha, and State of Kansas,
offer at Public Sale, to the highest bidder, for
3ASHinhaad, a( time of sale, all the right, title
" ; aad interest af the above named defeadent in
1 and;to the following described property, to-wit :
The Nortk lut aii&rfer of Section Fourteen
' (14) inTevaafeip'Taree (3) of Range Fourteen-4
iiti, sata wan iiie ui nciiuus vuuuy, .-
' 'of Kansas. Said property to be sold by me in
accordance with tae command of said order of
lie, aad also by virtue of saijL,Order and De-
ree. '&. - 4UJU muvunns.
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GDSTAV STAUSS, -
SMpestfally SBTMaseea to 0 citizens of Marshall county
aaitbetnveHBgpublictlMi be has opened a blacksmith
kea taHM7MriUe .oa Sroadvay. opposite the Postoffice,
kebcispreWe4to mtkt, Mows, Harrows, Wigons;
ofcoThoiBeBd 4aallkla48 of wort in nk line oa'reasona
MetwsMdMHrtBtticc; aad hopes by strict at
4MtkatobaafctoBerittaceBSdcBceand patronage ot
ji ' r i mm ITiiiflllrtirTiBi
ORDER OF PUBLICATION.
Btt of-Kansas, Marshall 'Crutgr, ss. ,
la tie District Court of the Sesom Judicial
fTtke State of EanMB, sittiag for Mar-
Washington, Shirly aad ie
for Judicial purposes.
Plaintiff, tfc, William Bun-
it sell and
has baa ilea Herein, Sta
maasa William Bunzell
ting that you
and H. R. Dutton reisirSt af the State and are
nen-residents of the State ef Kansas and that
service of a Summons canaft fee made on you
therein. Teereforeyoo areWtifiedby Publica
tion hereof being made in the Big TBlue Union
for six consecutive. weeks that said Plaintiffs,
Henry Barricklow has filed his Petition in the
above entitled suit against the nbov&taaed de
fendants, in the above mentioned Lourttrhere
in said suit is now pending, the object of wkwh,
and the Draver of said Petition is for said
Plaintiff to recover Judgment against the saRU
uiuuim junzeuiorine&umoi inuuuuureuauu
fifty-eight dollars ($258) with interest from the
28th dayof Juiy, A. D. 1860, at the rate of Five
percent per month due and owing to said Plain
tiff from said William Bunzell on a certain
promissory note dated July 28th A. D. 1859, by
Which said defendant William Bunzell promised
to pay the Plaintiff, Henry Barricklow in twelve
months after the date thereof the said sum of
Two hundred and fifty-eight dollars with inter
est after niaturity at the rate of five per cent per
month ; and also to foreclose a certain, deed of
trust whereby the said William Bunzell com
veyed to H. R. Dutton as trusteee fot theuse and
benefit of this Plaintiff to secure the payment of
said promissory note the following land, lying
and being in said Marshall County and State of
Kansas, to wit: The North West Quarter 6T Sec
tion Twenty-One (21) in Township Three, (3)
South of Range Nine (9) East, which deed was
therein declared to be a mortgage and was sub
ject to certain conditions therein written,
whereby it was and is provided if the said
William Bunzell should well and truly pay and
discharge said promissory note with all interest
that might accrue therein, that then said deed of
trust should be void, that otherwise it was to
remrjn in full force; That said tract of land be
told and the proceeds arising from such sale be
applied to the satisfaction of such judgement
and the costs of this suit: aud that each of said
defendants and all and every persons claiming
by, from, through or under them or either of
them be forever barred and foreclosed of, and
from all and any right and equity of ledcup
tion and other right whatever of, in or to said
real estate from and after such sale thereof.
And you the said William Bunzell and II. It.
Dutton are farther notified you are required to
plead answer or demur to -said petition on or
before the 31st day of August A. D. 1863, and
that unless you answer the same on or before
the said 31st of August said petition will be
taken as true and judgment rendered' accord
ingly. In witness whereof I Alexander Campbell
Clerk of said Court, have hereunto set my hand
and affixed the seal of said Court at my office
in Marvsville in said Marshall County, this 22d
day of June, A. D. 1863.
B. F. Kelly, ALEX. CAMPBELL,
ORDER OF PUBLICATION.
State of Kansas, Marshall County, ss.
In the District Court of the Second Judicial
District of the State of Kansas, setting for Mar
shall County, with Washington, Shirly and
Republican attached for judicial purposes.
Henry Barricklow, Plaintiff, vs Louis Bunzell
and H. R. Dutton, Detendents.
Whereas affidavit has been filed herein, sta
ting that you the above named t Louis Bunzell
and H. R. Dutton reside out of the State and
are nonresidents of the State of Kansas, and
that service of summons cannot be made en
you therein. Therefore you arc notified by
publication hereof being made in the Big Blue
Union for six consecutive weeks that said plain
tiff Henry Barricklow has filed his petition in
the above entitled suit against the above named 1
defendents, in the above mentioned Courj,
wherein said suit is now pending, the object of
which and the prayer of said petition is for
said plaintiff to recover judgment against the
said Louis Bunzell for the sum of Two hundred
and fiftv-eic;ht. dollars ($2-58) wUh interest from
the 12t"h day of July A. D. I860, at the rate of
five pr eentpu' uonth, due andowing to said
plaintiff from said Louis Bunzell on a certain
promissory note dated July 28th A. D. 1859 by
which said defended, Louis Bunzell promised
to pay .the plaintiff, Henry Barricklow in twelve
months after the date thereof the said sum of
Two hundred and fffty-eight dollars with inter
estafter maturity at the rate of five per cent
per month, an d also to foreclose a certrin deed
of trust whereby the said Louis Bunzell con
veyed to H. R. Dutton as trustee for the use and
benefit of this plaintiff to secure thepayment of
said promissory note the following land, lying
and being in said Marshall county and State of
Kansato wit: The West half of ihc South
west quarter of Section Twenty-one (21) and
tho East half of the South East quarter of Sec
tion Twenty (20) in Township Three (3) of
Range Nine (9) East, which deed was therein
declared to be a mortgage and was subject to
certain conditions therein written, whereby it
was and is provided if the said Louis Bunzell
welfcnnd truly pay anddischirge said promis
sory note with- all interest that might accrue
therein that then said deed of trust should be
void tnat otherwise it was .to remain in full
force; that said tract of land be sold and the
proceeds arising from such sale be applied to the
satisfaction of such judgment and the costs of
this suit; and that each of.said defendants and
all and every persans claiming by, from, through
or under them or either of them be forever
barred and foreclosed of and from all and ary
right and equity of redemption and other .right
whatever of, in, or to said real estate from and
after such sale thereof. And you the said Louis
Bunzeil and H. R. Dutton are further notified
you are required to plead, answer or demur to
said petition on er befoce the 31st day of Au
gust A. D. 1863, and that unless you answer
the same on or hefore the said 31st day of Au
gust, said petition will be taken as true aad
judgment rendered accordingly.
In witness whereof I Alexander Campbell
Clerk of said Court have hereunto set my hand
ana amxea tne seal or said Ceart at my office ih
Marysville, ia said County ef Marshall this 22d
day of June, A. D. 1863.
. B.F.Killey, A1!X. CAMPBELL,
STAXEof Kansas, "
Marshall Coaaty, "
Justice of the Peace for
JCStcm OoWsbery Plain tar,.T D.C. Andersen, Defendant.
CathI6thdy of JaaeA.D.18,gaid Jastice israedan
order ol attadUMBtia tae abore entitled action for the sum
of Iftrie aollars. Trial wfflke h"ld Jalr 30th, 1863, atl
o'clock P. M.at the eMoe ef said Jastiee in the town of
MarysTille ia said coaaty. M1LT0X OOLDSBERY,
' tyJ. P. lfrMitnagh, his attorney.
PateaJaaelM. v - Pi34t
Order f Publication.
Th'e8iate of Kansas, Marshall county, SS.
In the District Coort of thij Second Judicial District or tie
State of Kansas, sitting forMarsball county, with "Wash
ington, Shirly .iud Republican ottached for JudidJcial pur-
.IflMSags n. Walter, PlaintuT y3 Suuon B. Mills and D.Ii
Antaonr, Trustee. UeleiMtents.
Whereas, anadavit has twva filed herein, stating tbat
yon, the atovts named jiiuon B. Mill resides .outof the
State and is a non-resMent of the state1? ,Kani3, and that
serviceof a-Raniuions cannot be made on jou therein.
Therefore ou are hereby notified by publicit ion hereof be
ing made in the Dig Blue Union for six consecutive weens,
t fiat said i'laintifl.Thaddeus II. Walker has filed his petitioa
in theabore entitled suit against M: above named defend
anti iu the above mentioned court, wherein said mi ins now
pending, the object of which and the prayer of said petition-!
is ior aaiuiiiuuiiiu iu inAn. juugiuem against tne saw Vi
nson B. Millsfor tbesuai of two hundred and fiftr-eight
dollars ($25S) with interest frum the 37th day of September,
feSCQ at the Rite of CO per cent per annum, dueand owingto
said plain cm irom saia Simon is. Jims on a certain promis
sory njtedited September 17, A. d 1&5?, bv whieh said de
fendant, Mills, rromisse.1 to pay plaintiff in twelve inoatb
after the date thereof to tLe said plaintiff the said sum of
$258: and also to foreclose a certain deed of trust dated
ept17, A.D.1S59, whereby the i&A Siiujn B. Mills, on said
BTVlday or September imv, courejea to D IU Anthony ua
Ttftflwelortucuseandbeneucoi is plaintiff towsecnre.the
pajBk ef safd promniissory note, the follow ingland lying
and bafeiH6aidcount3-of Marshall in J St.tte of Kansasito
wit: TBBtathalf of northwest quarter and wet baltfvT
north easBparter of section twemy-kur (i4) township one
(l)southolfcage(9) east, whichded was therein declared
to beamorlKto and was suljett to certain conditions
thereunder Bjg; whereby it was and is provided that if
the said SimcMiissnouia wen ana truly pay and dis
chargesaidproHfcirnotewithaUinterostthat might ac
crue therein; thatfcn said deed of trust should be
void; that other ui$Qbus to remain in lull force, that
said tract of land Ikj sWaitho proceedauising from
such sale to applied to the Mthfauici'fjaacb'Jlgnient
and the costs ol this suit; and ihiJTriaVTtf "siidtdefei-"
aat3 and all and every ieron cuiiniug"by, from, throuflftU
or under them or either of them, be forever harrn.1 n'
foreclosed of and from all and any right and equity of re-f
aeuijuiuuauu oiLierriiu wnsietcr oi in or to said real es
tate from and after such silo thereof. And that vnnth
raid Simon B. Mill, is further notified you are required 107
pieau. jiuswer ur uemur 10 saui it.tion on or before the
22d daj of August. A. J). IbUJ and that unlcsi jouanswer
tho sanite on or before the da. la-t afofesiid. eaid ieti
tion will be taken as trueand judgment rendered according
In witness whereof, I. Alex. Campbell, clerk of "said conrt
hereto set my haudandalliv the heal of s.n"d court at my
office in the city of Marvsville in said county this lCth d iv
of June 1863. ALKX.CiMl'BrlLL, risrk.
J. D.Brumbaugb, I'laintifi's attorney. nlJ7w
The State of Kansas, Marshall County, SS.
In the District Court of the Second Jndicitl District of the
State or Kanas sitting for Marsh ill county with Wash
ington, Shirly and Hepublieuu attached for Judicial pur
ees. Th.uMfu IT. Walker. Plaintiff, vs William Bowman, Wil
li.im Dealy, William S. Arnold Defendant.
Whereas an affidavit h.ts been filed herein stating that
you. thenliOTo named William Bowman, and William S. Ar
nold, reside out of, and that each of jou i-? a non-resident
of the State of Kansas, snd that servceof a summons can
not be made on you, noaj'ii either of oti, therein. There
fore, jou are hereby notified, by publication hereof leing
made in The Big Blue Union lor mi consccutivo weeks
that Slid plaintiir,Thaddetis II. Walktr has fik-d his peti
tion in the above entitledstiit against tliealoe nniiied de
fendants, in the above mentiontd court, wherein said suit is
noir pendinsrho object of which and praitrof said peti
tion is for.saidnlaiutiu" to lecotern iiiilirnient asainst tht
said William Bowman, one of said defoiuleiits for the sum of
two hundred and iifty dollars ($2J0) together with interest
thereon at the rate Cf fiveper cent per month from thel'uth
day or September 1SG0, duo and oh ing tp &aid plaintiff from
said William JJowmau ou a certrin promi-ory note dited
Sept. 20 A. D 1S59, by which he, the said William Bow
man, promised to pay in twehc months after the date
thereof, to tho Mid plaintiff two hundred and fifty dullars
and also to foreclosea certain mortgage d itetl on the 20th
day of September A. D.1S51'. whereby Wiili.ua Bowman on
said 'JOth day of Sept. ISo comejeil to said plaintiff ihe
following lands Ijing and leing in Marshall county, State
of Kansas, to wit : Lots one, six and seven and north west
quarter of south east quarter ot M-cticn eighteen, in town
live, range No. eight east, and -aid mortgage had, a condi
tion thereunder written, wherebj it was proided that if
said William Bowman should well aud truly piy off and
dischaigesaid prtmissory note with nil interest that, might
accrue therein. aud all roi incurred in tlicenforcemcntof
said note and mortgage, then said mortgage to be void; that
otherw isc it should reniaiu in full lorceand that said tracts
of land be sold aud the proceed arising from nch tain be
applied to the satisfaction of such judgment aideosts; and
that all andcac!. of thadefendauti to said suit andallaud
everyperson olairqing by, from, through or under them, or
any or either of them, siuco the commencement of this
suit, be forever barred und foreclosed of and from all
right,'qoity of redemption and other right whatever' of, in
or to said tracts oi land, from and after such silo thereof,
and for such other and further relief in the premises as his
case may require, and you. the said William Bowman and
William S.Arnold, are further notified thntjouuud rachuf
vim are required to anwer said petition on or before the
-Jildiy of August ltC3, and that unless von answer on or
beforo the day la-t aforesaid, viid petition will be taken as
tnio and judgment rendered accordingly.
in witness wtiereot 1, Alux. Campbell, clerk of said court.
l, .iejv. lumpueiijCierK oi sani court,
id afbx the seal of said court at my of
vsviilc in said county, this 17th day
ALEX. CAMPBELL. Clerk.
Hereto set my iiamiaud
lice in the city of Marv
of .Tune 1S(S.
.i.u.itniniuingli. atty fur plaintiff. Twill--'
UR UER OF 1'UJSLIUATIUA'.
Tl.c State or Kansas, Marshall County, ss.
In tho District court of the second Judicial District or the
State of Kansas, sitting for Mar-h-il I county with Washing
ton, Shit ley and Republican attached for Judicial purpo-es.
'ihaddcusll. Walker. I'Uintiff, vs Michael Kelley, Defpndiut
Whereas :m affidavit ha been filed herein, stating that
yon the above named Michael Kelley resides out of ti: M.e
and a non resident of the Srato of Kansas and that service of
a fcummonscannotbemadeon jou therein.. Therefore ou
are hereby notified by publication hereof being made Inth
Big Blue Union for siv conseciitiic weeks tint said plaintiff
Tbaddeu3 H. Walker has filed his petitiou m tho above en
titled suit against.tho above named defendants in theaboie
mentioned court, w herein said suit is now euding, the ob
ject of which and the prayer of said petition is for Mid
plaintiff to recoverjudgmont against the said Michael Kel
ley for the sum or two hundred and forty dollars with inter
est from the 7th day of February a. n.lbol at the rate of he
per cent per month until paid.dneand owingto said plain
tiff froniwud Michael Kelley on a certain promissory note
dated February the 7th v. n.lSU),by which Kiid defendant
Kelley promised to pay plaintilTin twelve months after the
date thereof to the said plaintiff the said sum of $240 and
also to foreclose a certain mortgage dated Feb 7th A. D.
1860, whereby the said .Michael Kelley on said 7tk of Feb
ruary A. d. 1860, coin eyed toTIiaddeusH. Walker to secure
the paj nient ot slid promissory note the following land Iy
iugand being in said county of Washington and State of
Kansas, to wit : the south eat quarter of section Xo
twenty-five (25) in township .o two (2) south of range
Xo. two (2) east of the Cth principal meridian which deed
was therein declared to be a iiiortirige aud was subject to
certain conditions thereunder written, whereby itwasand
ispnnided, that if tho said Michael Kelley should well
und truly pay -tnd discharge said prcmi sory note with all
interest that might accrue therein ; that then aid deed of
mortgage should bo loid ; that ctherwisc it was to remain in
full fene, that said tract of land be sold and the proceedsar
risingfroniMichsaleIeani)lied to the satisfaction of snob
judgnientand thecostsof tlussnit; and that said defendant
ami an ami everjr person claiming by, from, thronch or.
under him be forever barred and forecIo-ed of and from
all and any right and equity of redemption and other
rignt whatever of, in or to said real estate from and after
such sale then-of. And that .ou, the said Michael Keller
is further notified that jou are required to plead, anw roV
demur toaid petition onorbefore the 23th dayof Ah' ft
A, D 1803, and that unless you answer tho same on or Ik fre
tho uuc on or before th" day last aforesaid said pet tiou
will be taken as true and judgmentreudercdaccordinsl''-
In witness whereof, I, Alex. Campbell, clerk of said court,
beretosetniyhandandnfiixthu seal of said court at my of
fice in the city of 3Iarjaville in saidcouutv, thi 22d diV of
JunelMJ;. ALKX-CAilPBELL, Clerk.
J. D- Brnmbaugh. PlfT" att'y. 7tnl3
PROPOSALS FOR CORN.
Sealed proposals will be received at this office until Mon-larftke27UiistaM-
o'clock Jt, for tho delivery at Ft.
25,000 "Bushels of Shelled
of the best qnality, free from dirt, chuff, or other foreign
matter, securely sacked in good doable soweuSnmnr batrs.
and to b subject to the insi-ection. acceptance r rejection of
tae officers of the Qnancrawutcr s Dopanment at Fort
Scott, or Lin agent.
CbewfeoJeliaaberof Inshels to be delivered by thelCth
4ur of Aagmat next.
Tha right krewrred to reject any or all bids that may be
oacrcd, aad to redoce the number of bushelsat the discre
tfeaof taaeacerletting the contract.
8afBckBtaacarityforthcierformanceof the coatract will
h. m:n,i in ruiT.iv
Mjor and Chief Qoartermaster.
CUisf Qnarterma;tcr V 0Cce,
Fort Lcaveaworth, July 7th, 1SC3.
A.T CORNEY AT LAW AND NOTARY
- t PUBLIC' .; '
Shum$ ITtmah'a County, Earnest
1 9 Dry Gtajds ! J)ij
Jvi iB. . V-
STX. & ECKHARt'S,'
ito'. 8 Felix1 street,
t - ts
RESPECTFULLY INVITE TITE CITIZENS
of Kansas tocali and see our stock which wc nro selling ai
v2uc.tf STIX & ECKnART.
J. D. BRUMB'AFGH,
' ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Marysviiie, Mnrsliall Co. Kansas.
Messrs. Iluraplirey, Terry, Co., and Derby 13
Day, St. Louis. Headly ec Carr; Dowintiu Co.;
Grimes & Carter, Atchison, K. T. Daker &.
Cusb'mau; Fuwlcr $ Zeigci Noah.AN'alker Co.;
and Hon. John Thompson -Mason, Baltimore, Md.
Hon. Saml. D. Lecompte; Wm. G. Math's; Perry
Jf Lowe; aftd Ciark, Gruher &, Co., Bankers,
Leaven worth, A. T Lykios j- Boyd; Van Lear
& Britton, St. Joseph, Mo.
Caroline st. bt. second & tuird,
j in Hotel ha8 been open
Hotel has been open for three
i d the proprietor isthankful for
w s, and solicits the continuance of
the sa ie, vith the promiso of the usual
THE NEW YORK
The New York Tribune, first issued in 1S41, now in its
twenty -cecoid 3 ear, hisoht.iineilbotli a larger mil p. more
widel difliHed cirralatiun than aii3 other nespajK;recr
published in America. Though it has fullered, m com
inou with other journ.tls, from tlieioluiite'ennguiHliI-.-ii.irt-ure
of tens of tliaii.iiids of it3 patrons to servo in the
War for the Union, its circulation on the Cth of December,
lSG, is .is follows: Dailv, 50,13; Semi-wcehlj-, 17io0;
AVeel.I y, 1 4S,00J total 21 .1,75.
I're-eminently a journal of News and of Literature, the
Tribune liasH)litictlcouictions whicharewell chiracter
icd b the single orl ISepi'uliciv. It is Kepublican in
its hearty adhesion tothogre.it truth that uGod has made
of one bhxxf aii nations of incu" Kepublican in its asser
tion of the equal and inalienable rights of all men to ''life,
lifcertj-, and the pursuit of happiness" Kepublican in its
steadfast, earnest, defiant hostiht3- to ei erj tcheuia and ef
fort of the Slave Power, front the Annexation of Texas to
the great Kcbellfon, to grasp the empire of tho New World
aud w ie'd the resourced of our country for its ow n agran
diemeut Kepublican in its antagonism to thearistocrats
ami despots of the Old World, who fondly hail in the perils
and calamities suddenly thrwt upon us bj their American
counterpart the overthrow and ruin of the 3Iodel Kepublic;
Kepublican in it hope aud trut, its faith and ellort, that this
atiocious Kebellion must result in thesignal overthrow of
its plotters, and the firm establishment of espial rights and
equal laws throughout tho whole extentuf our' country,
wherein Liberty and Union shall indeed be "one aud in
separable" henceforth and foreer.
The enormons increase in tho price of printing paper
andothermatcriahfusedin printing newspapers', compels ns
to increase the price on the Tribune. Oar new terms are:
Daily Tribune Single copy, 3 cents,
mail subscribers 1 year, (31L- issues) SS.
Semi-Weekly Tribune One copy, 1
year, (104 issues) S3 ; two copies, 1 year,
S12; ten copies, 1 year, 22.50.
An extra copy will be sent to club3 of
twenty and over.
Weekly Tribune One copy, 1 year,
(52 issues) S2; three copies, 1 year, 5;
five copies, 1 year, SS ; ten copies, 1 year,
An3-Iarger number, addre?-ed to names of subscriber?
$1.50 each. An extra cop3 will bo sent toeverj-clubof ten-
20 copies, to one addre?, oneyear, $25, and 9113' larger nnnv
ber at ame price. An extra copy will be sent to clul of 20
TocInbaofSO the Sami-weldy Tnbnne will be sent. To"
cluhaof 50 the Daily Tribune will be sent gratis.
Address - TE TRIBUNE,
Tribune BuildingsrNew York.
WlicndrafUcanbeprocnreditiajanch raferthanto mnft
Bank Kill Tbenarmof the Fost-Otllce and State ihould in
all cae 1 plainly written. Snbacribers who eend money by
Express, must prepay the- express charges, elao they will be
deducted from theremittance.
T TRIBUNE ALMANAC for
Will be ready about Christmas'.
rric 13 cent ; II copfei tor $1 : 100 copie, $3, postage paid
By expraM,fS per 100. Cash order, sol id ted. Wc can sup
ply back nnmbtrs of the Tribune Ahnanac for years lS4fr,
lS55,Ue,ioJi, iNMf.ibW, iw, j.bbi. l'nce 13 cents each.
THE TRIBUNE, N. Y.'
Upon reasonable terms and withDispatch,
On Stranger, Creek, 8 mile southwest qfeAlehuon,
near Pardee, AtchUon Co. Kansaii; n8
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J. D. BruBbaut? -
WILL JvTti&lMr taft'ia to ,elfe
sad demands agiatUhe GoTermseBt, iu al"
rr will obtain tiiack
UM,,ma2eEtb late acts of CtMrnSu' wUl also
omain pension! iot widowcfr aexw 91 deceas
.. Established lfeM
BLANK B00 MANUFACTURY,
On Third strcel khuh Delaware,
- iiOfciu;orAivBaJeas. r
BLANK BOOKS Tiled, jvrinti'd atyTbound toan pat
Wrn. For Backer. Merchants, Count officers. c ri?
rs, Journals, Records and. Dockets, ma, out of good paper
eas,tirBpricss. Magazines, music an criodicsl oua
in plain or fancy bin-ling. bIS 8
HOWARD ASSOCIATION, Philadelphia, lva. Diseas.
of the XervousSjstem, Spermatorrhowi or Sniirnil
Wakaes, Impotence. ud other aiectioasof the Sexual
Organs, Physical Debility and rreraatnr Decay, new and
reliable treatment, in 'Reports of tbo Ilowanl Association
sent by mall, in sealed letter envelopes, free of charge. Ad
dress Drr JrSKlLTIS-nODGirrO.V, IIowanrAaclation,
Xo.2 South Ninth. Street, 1'hiladolphia, Pa. lynS
" Rt E.'W'ATSON'&'Ca,
Wholesale and Retail
v Successors to Oscar Braecklein.
",T : Aro. SI Shaicnce Street,
fb. 1 Coal Oil and a fine assortment of Lamps.
: r-1 sr-s ;i : . Z 2d "i
. fiSEssHMars hotel,
Cherokee Street between Main and Second
LEAA EXAVORTH CITY, KANSAS.
A.H.PECK, -...;. Proprietor.
Board $1 pcrday. The table is supplied with the best tbo
mirke atlords. St.i"es Ie.we this Hotel for all parts of tho
(State. Free Hack to and from the to.it.
j; : . a
T. .MOD A& IJiL, Frvprictor-
Corner of Commercial and Fifth Streets,
The Proprietor has re-furnished this Hotel, and his Ion
exiK-rii-nce in tho bitsine renders him confident that ho
cau-givocnlirceatisntcttcsto tho TuMic Good siablinff
connected with the Hotel. . nStf
DRAKE BROTHERS. -
Boolcscllcrs, Stationers, and Paper Deal'
G7 Dela-aro Street between Third a'nd'Fourth
Cah pu'd for Rags', , , v2nS Cm
' a:IA?iSJ0 HOUSEy
Corner of Shawnee and -Fifth Streets.
LEAVENWORTn CITY, KANiAS..
J.LANDES, . ...... Proprietor.
The table is always supplied with tho best tho market af
fords. Mages leme here daily for all parts of the State.
J. E. CLARDY,'
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Kotaiy Public & General .'Col
lecting & Land. gent,
louisvxitLE;'1 '- -- "Kansas.
Trompt attention given to the various kinds
of business that may arise in the counties of
Marshall, Pottawattomie and the counties there
unto attached. The best of references can be
TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS & FRIENDS:
The enormous increase in the price of printing paper ana
Other material jtscd in printing newspapjBMjCompcls us to
inert io the price ufTJie Democrat. Our new terms bo
giuninon the lirst ef January, 18C3,are:
Daily Uemockat Mail Subscribers, 1 year
$10.00. Trice to newsdealers, $2.50 per 100
Tri-Weekly Democrat Mail subscribers
1 year, $3.00. ' ,
"Weekly Democrat Single copies per year
$2.00; three copies, $0.00 j five cop'es,"$8.00;
ten copies, $15.00
Anv larger-club than ten trill bd charged at
the rate of $L50 per copy. , . .
The above rates forall mail subsciption3 ara payable in
adtance. Ordurs not accompanied ith ihf money, will re
ccie no attention. All papers, ot either edition; will bed s
continucdat the endof tune paid for. ;
From the fiboro it w ill bo t een that wc shall raise tho
prices for the Daily, Tri-Weekly and Weehly Democrat on
the 1st of January net. It i scarcely necessary to go in
to any detail to satisfy onr friend- of the nbselute necessity
of thw step. AH are familiar with the extraordinary and
rapid increaso in the prices of printing paper, caused chiefly
by tho Uilnre of the cotton supplier, anl tho consequent
scarcity of raprs. As long as tho war lasts, or until some
substitute Cir rag paper sliall have been manufactured in
abundant quantities, these prices will continue at their
present exorbitant figures, or, what is very probable, will
ad vance still higher. Again, the expends of the Democrat
during thecoming winter and spring ill be nearly doublu
what they nave formerly "been., JWe are determined to
make-it a Urst-t'isiv.-papcrrandin. pursuance of thin
design, hare, already employed a nuinljej'of armV corres
jiondents havemade arrangements to pubirshfufl report",
Iwth by telegraph ami letter, of the proceedings of the
Misouriand lllitiou Tegislatn res have secured the coi
tinnance of onr important Washington "Spedals"' during
tlie scssioncf Congrefs, and onr Cairo "SpeciaW" nntil tho
Mi-issippirivprUoprued and. all thee in addition to our
regular office eipqijes, which onr readers may concde a ro
verj hiry, when we telfthem tliatin alt tho departrocnU
of our po.!-T tm cnnstantly employ a forc of raoro than
ninety men. n, Tiew of theso things, we believe our
friends will cherfuilyagre with ns as to the necessity of
an increasoln ourwibscription prices.
MASON & WELlJ-pi'GprlliR,
nforms the people of 3Iarysvilla and surrounding coun
ti thatfieisatalltimesprvwred to tahecdh tracts in sfono
01 increte building, lay wallVor foundations, dig wells Ac
indarnble mannrrandat-pricKJuitthetimei. falT
C. :J. LEE, MrD.,
Eesptctfollp informs thecitiz6s of Harysvilleand vlcini
ty, that he is permanently located hero for the practice- ot
3IEDICIXE AND SURGERY.
Having bad upwards of twenty years experience in the prac
tiw of his profession, he can assure ftose who fitvor him with
th-ir patromige, that they will reenter the best of ahill and
attention. Officeandresidenceat tho- stofi&hoBse 09 tho
hill at the east end of town.
AsIfcaTeonhanda Dam and Mdf contract. I wih tf
employ,iIxrJghtGOOD LABPRIXO MEN, immediately
and to whom gcs it-agea wtll.be given. Apply to
larwtu 01 tHJMHHBI