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JAMES S. MA GILL,
TTORNPY AT LAW,
GcnorsA CllectAs Agent
War-shall County Kansas,
'tbe Courts offIarshall, Nc-
the Second JudiifAl Dis-
! & ; iPottawJiLomi RileyJ anda7vis, an
I"1. .. ,.jinn Daid"to the adistment
FlT?SSnc oc!aims against the Government.
Jas. S, Magiu,
jjAWKINS & MAGILL
hnORNEYS AND jOUNSESLLOKS
deTOte themselves exclusively to the
, 6 of their proiesson in an uie v,ourw ui
leon Judicial Distriet, and in the Supreme
if State will make collections generally,
Marysville, Marshall Cm., or
Troj Doniphan Co., Kansas. v2n20
Ta &? A M f 33 !Q IP
JV v w . j
jonn Frazler,- Proprietor,
CAEOUSE ST. BT. SECOND & TIIIHD,
-.r...DW';il( - - . - Kansas.
This Hotel has been open for three.years, and
twpreprictor is thankful for past favors, and
i& a .continuance of the same, with the
-oatao of .the .usual attention. vl-ti'27-ly
"kTeTwatson & GO,,
Wholesale and Retail
Successors to Oscar Braecklein.
No. Si Shawnee Street,
UCoal Oil and a fin? assortment of Lamps.
PROBATE COURT NOTICE.
Ataos Tuck, and John "Weber,")
Administrator, de bonnC non, I
of John 1. Miller, deceased, In the Probate Court for
ft against J-Marshal County, for the
Mter Miller, and the creditors j fctate of Kansas.
ofTohii 1'. Miller, deceased, J J
To Ma-Miller, and the creators of John P. Miller, dt
ceaed, and all persons interested in said estate: $
T Amos Tuct, and Jflhn
i "Weber, administrator, debouasBbn, of the esrifte
CourCf3Iarshal couflvy, Tiansa3, prayinsjthat an order be
VTOTICE,U hereby given thai
L! eoer, aumimsir
of John JJ Miller, lfcve
,.7 ... , w . .. m
a tueV petitions in me iTouate
c?aritl"c?to the administrator of saJft estate to sell ceriain
Real Estate,descnbd in said petitionsfbelonging to Jie es
tate of John P. Miller, deceased, lyingind being HTOar
shal county, Stately Kansas, and described as iollotvs, to
wit : The northeaKquarter of section thirJ one, town
ship three, range seven. eat : to eatialy a note ana mort
gage executed by John P. Miller, in his lifetime, to Amos
Tuck, for tha sum of two hundred and thirty dollars, Kb
interest thereon from the 13th,day of September, A. D.1S61,
at the rate of '20 per cent, per Knnuui: and also the fol
lointrlots in theTown of Palmetto, now in the corporate
Uimits of the City of Mary aulle, Marshal county Kansas:
A Word to' the 'Wise ! ' k
ome fce years ago, one rof
a " IOF
AFTKKlooktocpTeAhe field and contemplating tLe fu
ture of Kansas and the Great "Wist, concluded to
make the venture to initiate the
6 in Block 15 Lot 0 in Block SS
12 3S S 103
1 78 '2-108
2 79 12 18
"12 5 ' 5 42
5 ' 51 IT :oo
12 ' 70 4 79
6 102 ' 10 2
12 ' 30 , 2 108
7 8 10 110
1 CO 4 ' . 1
3 7U 1 79
3 So 3 ' 100
12 107 ' 12 ' 38
C ' 71 1 ' 78
BOOK AND JOS PRtNTJS
firs CLa'ss (go6ds
J. E. CLAJIDY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Xotaiy Public & General Col
lecting &' Land gentr
lOmSWLZI!, - - - JSTAM5A&
' 'rMspt -attention given rtcthe variaus kinds
' w'uABi-moir :nriftr in .flip rniin.f.ies OI
' D' .n n.j-..ntiil anrlitliP.r.niiTit'f R there
V.rsh -t''"l'l""J " " "-- . v-
v:hi. Kre besfof Toforor-ces can
The petitions will stand for hearing on the first day of
the next October term of said Court, which will bo Monday,
October 5th, 1863, at which time all persons itrtereated in
said estate can appear and show cause why said petitions
should not be granted; and unless the contrary is shown on
that day before said Court, an order w ill be issued to the ad
ministrator of said estate to sell said Ileal Estate to pay
the debts of -said estate.
( ) In testimony whereof I hereby sign my name
LS -and affix tho seal of said Court, this 16th day of
I I July, 1S63.
J. D. BRUMBAUGH,
nl7 7t Probate Judge.
PROBATE COURT NOTICE.
Eamuel Langdon, -administrator 1
of Joseph Langdon deceased;
John Garlinger, James Skneter, I In the Probate Court for
against -Marshal county, lor tue
itute ot Kansas.
IN LEAVENWORTH. WE WERE ALONE
iii the trade for nearly two years, when we met with friend
ly and honorable competition, whieu has increase until
some eight or ten houses are doingeach a good business.
The success and encouragement w e h e met w ith, has en
abled and induced us to largely increase our stock, so that we
are this Spring well prepared to mei-t tho wants of all nbo
Fancy and Staple -
A. E, Loveirs Variety Store.
Harcb, J CI
ill hive on hand n
cittvbouigood wages v
Damaud iUll contr.t.'! .wi.to
Anne Stumbo, Samuel Laagdon,
Betty Wells, Mary VFonlen,
Charles Langdon, heirs and cred
itors of Jo-eph Iaugdon.
To Anne Stumbo, Samuel Langdon, Betty "Well, Mary
Worden, Charles Langdon, heirs of Joseph Langdon, jlhA
to all tho creditors of said Joseph Langdon, and to all
persons interesed in said estate:
NOTICK is hereby given that Samuel Langdon, Admin
istrator of Joseph Langdon, deceased, John Garlingvr,
and James Stretcr, have filed their petitions in the Probate
Court of Marshal county, Kansas, jirajing that aa order
mav be sranted to to the administrator of said estate to sell
certain Real Estate belonging to said estate, lying and being
in Marshall county, State of Kansas, and described as fel
lows, to wit: Tho east half of the southeast quarter of sec
tion seventeen, tow nship h e, range eight ; to satisfy a note
and mortgag9 gien by Joseph Langdon, in his lifetime,
to John Garlinger for tho sum of one faundrod'dollars, with
interest thereon from the22d day of May, A. D,lS62at the
rate of 20 per 'cent, per anuum ; an1 the east half of the
southwest quarter, and southwest quarter of southwest
quarter, and southeast quarter of northeast quarter of sec
tion seventeeu, townsJ.ip five, range eight, east, to satisfy a
note and mortgage given by Joseph Langdon, dee'd, in his
lifetime to James Streeter, for the sum of two hundred
dollars, with interest from the 20th day of August I860, at
the rate of 20 per cent per annum : and the southwest quar
ter of sectioa sixteen, township five, range eight, east; and
the northwest quarter of northwest quarter of section (20)
twenty, township five, range tight; together with the im
Tho petitions will (tnd for hearies on the first day of
l tno nt'M uctooer term oi samouru wcicn win ue .Muiiuitj,
J October 5th. 1S63, at which time all persons interested in said
estate can appear and show causewhy said petitions should
n Ot bo granted, and unless thu contrary is ehowu on that
day before said Court, an ordT will be granted to sell saitt
Rfc U y-'dtaifl to pay ma ueuisoi saiu estate.
f -!") In testimony wh'reof I hereby sign my name
J 1 3 tand affix the seal of said Court, this 16th day of
i ) Julv,A.D.lSC3.
L" J J. D. BRUMBAUGH,
n vj-. Proba te Judge.
Terjons indebted to N. Ed,",,'ariica bob Gc-
wnt or notes are requested to cau on me zjia
wh immediate Davment. other 1&e x snaii
p'Jtethem in the hands of a justice uthe-leace
4r nit. J. D. BBUMBA UGlI
Order of Publication.
Ihe Slate of Kansas, Marshal! county, SS. j
lath District Court of the Second Judicial Districtof the
Safcof Kansas, sit ting forMartlijdl county, with Wah
iya, Sliirly and Republican attached for Judicial pur-
IWJeas II Walker, PlalritifT, vs John A. Middlcton and D.
1 lutliuay, Trustee, Defend Hits.
Whrruaj, aualfidant has twin filed herein, stating tlit 3-011
6 above uaiued John A. Middletou, residt-s out of the
atnd is a non-resident of the State of Knnsas, and that
-.iicrof a summons cantwt be made on you thereiu-r-
'r)reyouare hereby notified by publication hereof be
0,'iMJointneUig Blue Union for ix consecutivo ,weks,
isiiJ Plaintiff, Thaddeus II. Walkprhas filed his petition
tbf above entitled suitagainst the above nameil defend
'Am the above mentioned court, wherein s.iid suit is now
Wig, the object of which and thaprayerof caid petition
wrtaidphintifTtorcovr judgment acainst the said John
tiu eton foithesum ot tvo hundred and fifty-eight
(JioS) with interest frgm the 16th day of September,
W t tlie rate of fi-o per cent per month due and owing to'
i'uinun irom saul John A. Miuaiton on acertaiu prom
;.' ajieuatea September 10, a. d iiS&a. by which s.id ilo-r-U.-it,MiJiUeton
promUed to pay plaintitfitw eh e months
'rthedatejthjreofto the said plaintiff the said sum 9!
flaailalso to foreclose a cerUin deed of trust dated
pwiiUr 16, A 1). 1S59, coueiedtoD R. Anthony us
'fake for the u(gmd benefit of this plaintiff to secure the
PJatntof baiirpromis&ry note, the .following land lying
jWias in said county tif Marbhalland State of Kansas to
' The north half of northeast quarter of sectitH nine
" ad south hilf or southeast quarter of section four (4)
fiiaipfour(4) range ten (lO)east, which deed was therein
pfdtobBamortgagiandwas subject to certain condl
athsrenndcr written; whereby it was and is pnn ided that
tie said John A. Middleton should well and truly pay and
?e said promissory note with all interest that might
"fne therein ; that then said deed of trust should be
3;that other iso it was to remain in full force, that
tract of land bo sold an tho proceeds arisinc from
.? ? he applied to. the satisfaction of such Judgment
luf Casta tf tliia Bfitt- nndarhaf onch f cn.l rl.,r..,7
g'jMl and every person claiming by, frojn, through
S lem or either of them, be forever barred and
wsedef and from all and any right and cqjiity.ofre
PUonaad other right whateer of ir or to eiid real'es
rj'ffn and after such sale thereof. And that you, the
j JnA. Middlton, is further notified j ou aia required o
Lrrfr or demur to said petition on or before the
wjof October, A. D. 1SG3 and that nnlaa you answw
a'nei0n or fM he y 'ast aforesaid, said peti
jt will bs taken as true and judgment rendited according-i
liitn(ss whereof, I. Alex. Campbell, clarh of said court
tmjr w' my hand and affix the seal of said court at my
ii fi.tte city orMarysvillo in said county this 8th day
yAt,lS63. j. D. BRUMBAUGH,
!,,. Plaiutifi's Attorney.
Caotbeu, Clerk. nl97w
"COBN"! COEN! CORN!
8't Bushels of Shelled Corn
wjJ3nt f unsacked shelled Corn, if delivered
aS? ourlcen dayg from tete- & fura"
iJ 1 aul "" Benember I paycMh down,
v Mj. 10. SAMUELS.
ggTilk, Jnly 29, 1863,
wteas myself udmy wife, MaryBughs,
seat 8,??arated b7 mutual ccnwnt and tettle-.
nth 5 ?to swathe ijublic that I will not
'EooVr u . JOHK HUGHS.
kCrwk, Jones 30. -Neb..
"iy22.iRfia ' '
A TTgZNEF .AT LA W,
;-, mcsmii . JLamiAi.
QjR D!R Off P UBLICA TION.
n.nStitrtn'i- K-nn. itn--idjall County. KS.
Tnthel;isfri?t.courtof tl,i second Judicial District of the
Stai-iOf Kanu, siting for i.'arshall county with Washing
ton, Shirley 07.tl llepublican a.h T!,r .J"a!?1,U JW
ihwldeu-ell- Walker, Plaintiff, X Michael Kclley. Defendant
CHierwu'AnnSulaTitfcasiccn .'' "A h-e,rein' that
rou t ho aboo named MkhatflKclhs desoutof thoState
andanoresijentof fheSratef Kam A 'Z
a sumniftnacaa.-otbeiaaon ycu thei. JfVZ
arthtreby."tlfiGj by puBiicat ion hereof . CS?J tiff
Big Hide W-n for tlx cm.secutivevvcks fL ,mS?ntJ
TlLliiciM If. "l lkor h.ts filed his pctitio-j in t. " a.H. ef;
t "tletl suitatgainsv hcabuvenamed ilcfen&ats in "t,, ,.
Illt'itiouedwtirt,wJ erring-lid suit is now.iwndini!, '"" . J
jdtJ.f which ami ilic-. Druyer of said petitios is i. . ,
pIaititi.T to recover judgment against the said Michael .""
0y for th " sum of two Luu'drcd and forty dollars -vith inv
estfrom tL'"lll'ay 01 rearu'ar.VA.n. iouiiw.ieniei uv
iht cent wrjnthuatil paid, due :nti owingdo said jilain
i:ir f., Miii x'chael Kcllev on a cwta;n promissory nwio
.JniPii Voiiiarrth'7th. u.lSiiO.by whuli eaitl. defendant J
Kelley pro'iiised to p"y plaiutiff in twche months after the
date thereof to tho sai""l plamtiff tho said sum of $240 and
Also to foreclose a certain mortgage dated Feb 7th A. D.
1SG0, whereby the iaid Mhael Kelley on saitl Ttk of Feb
ruary A. p. 1SC0, conveyed toThaddeuslI. Walker to secure
tho payment of said promissory note ihe following land ly-.
ingandbcinz in said county uf Washington and State of
Kunsas,'to wit : the south caht quarter of section Ao.
twenty-fiie (25) in town-hip Xo .to (2) south of range
Xo. two (2) east of the 6th principal meridian which deed
w.is therein declared to bo a mortgago an(1 "K15 subject to
certain conditions thereunder written, hereby it wad anil
is provided, that if the said Michael Kd'lcy shorid well
and truly piyipd discharge said prcmi sor-' note with all
interest that might accruo therein; that then said dee of
mortgage should bo xoid ; that otherwise it wastoremain in
full foroe, that Nu'd tract of land be sold and tho proccedsar
risiuirfrom MichAjobeannlied to the satisfaction of such
judgment and tliecosts of this6uit; and thatsaid defendant
and all and e ery .person claiming by, lrora, ttirougu or
under him be forever barred and foreclosed of and from
all and any right asd equity of (redemption and other
right whatever of, ip orrip said real estate from and after
such sale thereof. AndtLat you, tho said Michael Kelley
is further notified that j-ouare required to plead, answer or
demur tosaid petition onorbefore the 29th dayof Aug st
A, D 1S63, and that unless you answer the same on or before
the same on or before tlio day last qrore&ud said petition
will be taken as true and judgment rendered accordingly.
In witness whereof, I, Alex. Campbell, clerk of saidcourt,
hereto set my hand and affix the seal of said court at my of
fice in the city of Marysville in saidcauntv, this 22d day of
June 1S63. ALEX. CAMPBULL, Clerk.
J. D: Brumbaugh. Plff's att'y. 7tnlS
Hals arid Caps,
"We are sometimes amused to read the
advertisements of some of our neighbors, who teem to think
that large and marvelous htories art important to their suc
cess: AVe wouldsimply rimind our friends that there is an
extenshe " Gas Factory" in town in actie operation.
To those who have so long given us Ihcirpat
ronage and confidence. wehaeonly to say that our bus
ness will hereafier be conducted under tbuame liberal pol
icy practiced heretofore by our house, and wo invito all in
w ant of merchandise in our liuo to call and exainiuo our
Stock at our W.iroitoonis.
JNbs. 12 and 1-1 Delaware street.
v2n8 Gm WATSON & RINEIIA RT
Ihavjust received a large sitpply of first
quality GROCERIES,- including all the sta
ple varieties such as Flour, Coffee, Tea, Sugar,
Molasses, Tobdcco, Candles, Soap, jc, Jc.
Smbraciug Muslins, Brown Sheetings, Calicos,
Delaines, Flannels, a great variety of Hosiery,
Bed Ticking, Gentlemen's Dress Goods, of the
latest pattern, Hals and Caps, Boots $ Shoes, c
in variety and amount too larqe to here enumerate.
Also Confectionary, Stationery, and an endless
quantity of Nicknacks and Notions.
Shelled Corn, Bacon c. take in exchouyc for
Thankful for past liberal support, I hopo to merit a con
tfuuance of tho same from all of my old customers, and
trust to receive my share of tho transient and. new trade
now a-going in this and adjoining counties', promising to
all who deal with m satisfaction and their "menej's
worth." A.K.LOVELL. fn45
113 - -- - - Broadway.
We are paepared to execute every
look anb o Irintrng.;; H
TO OUKSUJ3SU1UBEKS & FRIENDS:
The enormous increaso in the price of , printing paper and
other materials used in printing newspapers, compels us to
ipcrease the price of The Democrat. Our now terms be
ginning on the first ef January, 1S63, are:
Daily Democrav Mail Subscribers, 1. year
$!0.0( Price to newsdealers, $2.50 per 100
JTei-Weekly Democrat Ma subscribers
1 j-ear, $5.00.
iWeeklt Democrat Single .eopies per year
$2.00; three copies, $5.00; five copies, $8.00;
ten copies, $15.00
Any larger club than, ten will b.e .charged at
the rate of $1.50 per copy.
The above rates for all mail subsdptjon jare payable in
advance. Orders not accompa nied with tho money, will re-
cei no.attention. Allpapers,of either edjtioa, will bedia-
contnuedat the end of time paid for.
Jfrom the ubovo it will be se.ea that we tfyHl raise the
Diices ror tne Uaiiy, ixi-n eenj u i,u.jj ucwixm.
e Jat of January next. It is scarcely necessary to go in
,to any detail to satisfy our friends of theatselute necessity
l(tpis step. All are iamiliar wiuu iuc exuaorfunary sou
Sipid increase in tho prices of printing paper, caused chiefly
by .the tailure of the cotton supplies, asatthe Consequent
scarcity of rags. As long as the war lasts, or until some
substitute Mr rag .paper snail nave oeen maaumciarea in
abundant quantities, these prices will contuse t ,their
Dnsent exorbitant fiekres, or, what is very probable, wilt
Advance still higher. Again, the expenses of the Democrat
flu,rpg Uie coming wiBieraaaapnuKwui uo utariy uouoto
What they have formerly been. We are determined to
make it a flrst-olass newspaper, and, ia pvrsunce of this
design, have already emrdojed a number of amy corres
pondentshave made arrangements to publish full reports,
both by" telegraph and letter, of the proceedings of the
Missouri and Illinois Legishitares haTe secured the cor
tianance of our important Washington "Specials" during,
the seasiohof Congress, and our Cairo "Specials" until the
Mississippi river is opened aad'all taste ia addition to oar
regular office expenses, which omr readers saay .concede axe
very heavy, when we tell then that in all the departments
of our paper we constantly earploy force .of more than
ninety men. In view of these things, .we believe our
friends will cheerfully agree with us as to the necessity of
aa increase in our subscription prices.
Pry Goods ! Dry (Joods !
FOK SPUING & SUMMER-
STlX & ECKHART'S,
Jfa 8 elix street
Has a stock of Dry Goods and Clothing, Hard
ware, Queenswarc, Fancy Articles,
Groceries, Patent Medicines,
PURE WINES AND LIQUORS,
Every tiling in fact in the Frontier Market.
All of which toill be sold at as LOW PRICES
as elsewhere in the Stale.
HIGHEST PRICES paid for Coun
try Produce, and Hides, Purs, ifcc ,
110 Broadway, Marysville, Kansas
January 31, 1863.
Bill Heads, Lettr
Heads, Hand Bills,
Labels, Ball Tick
ets i &c.,. &c
Circulars, Choks, Bus
iness Cards, Blank
Bills of Fare, tfce.
Together with very variety of
STETTAUER & BHO:
Jobbers in Boats, .
Shoes, Hats , I
1 - . Clothing
- . .
The largest stock in the west
SOLD AT THE LOW-
-IN. THE t
Very Best Possible Manner,
JBOOTS & SHOES.
RESPECTFULLY INVITE THE .CITIZENS
of Kansas tocst! and see our stock which we wo .sallingas
WE have a full assortm-ent of Prints, Bleach
shirtings, Brown sheetings, Walnut twills
gjjj and Brown Denias, -Checks, Tickings,
Browu u'rilJ flannels, Cassimers, Sattinets
fn0j Thans,"Linnens and a full stock f Lu-
dios dress, flsiei7i Gloves, Ribbons, &c.
InvOurv?hQieb,aleilePartment1TtJoan and d)
To our -Uountrv jnerchants
We have at Ceutralia, Xemeba county, Kansas, about
40,000 apple trees, all grafted, and of all varieties that haw. '
been tested in the west. They have been i rown here on the
open prairie. If any trees will do well in Kansas these
must. Also a quantity of Cherries and different varieties of
Strawberries, Lawton .Blackberries, Acjfcc We shall be
ready during the Fall of 1862 and Spring of 1863 to supply
the people of Northwestern Kansas-'with trees grown here,
on favorable terms. Apple trees, 3 years' growth from graft
4 to 5 feet high and stochy, 20 cents, and other trees in pro
portion. We will take in exchange far anything in our
Nursery, all kinds of Farnprodnce and stock. Give us a call
as you are going to the river, and exasaiae'fr-yourselves.
Bring along a load of corn, wheat, pork or joything you
have to spare, and take home tree when the proper time for
transplanting comes. Some prefer transplanting .in tho
Fall- others in the Spring-suit yourselves.
J rme, 1862. BAKER & SQUIRE.
Upon reasonable terms .and with Dispatch,
On Stranger Creek, 8 wiles southvust of Atchison
jicar jPcrdcc, At$hi:cn ,C&. Kansai. aS
and at the . f Jfea
ST 'PRICES' 3
, ATXTIIE- . C7IS83 i2!i
j 66 PR J N'Tl'N'G
than any other hoirse in the "West.
All we ask is a trial.
No. 17 Delaware Street, south side between
Main and Second. Retail Booms, 55, 55i and
57 Delaware, corner of 3d street,
XEAVEN WORTH, KANSAS- n8
Of All Kjnds.
Also "Farehouse Trucks, Letter . Presses, &c.
FAIRBANKS, GREENLEAF & CO.,
172 Lakesfrecf, Chicago.
Sold in St. Louis by Child, Prattfc Fox.
I J3e careful to buy only the genuine.
MARYSVILLE, RAtfSAS: '
BOOT & SHOE-MAKER.
Know allinen by these presents.
that I make Boots, and Shoes of alt
eizes and of every description imagina
ble, for those who may be so kind as to
eive me a ctfil, at No. 53 Broadway where I
shall always be on 'Iiand. My material is the
best that cn"be purchased for gold or Treasury
Notes. Come along and briDg your feet, 1 can
fit them; don't care if they are as uneven as a
tomato, or so ugly as to make their-owaer Wnsh.
Charges moderate as will be seen by the fol-
owmg list of prices:
Mena' Shoes, kip,
l Boots, kip
" American calf
Ht French "
n s ' u " . 'S7100
Womens' shoes, tlf, pegged, .S2.2".
ix ' sewed -j ''' t Sr0
IT. B. I will also repair harnrss'as ncatl
as possible and at very low. figures. .Mywiqtt?
is to w&rk chean for cash.