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BIG BLUE UNION.
focal anb Special jotrccs.
The weather is cold and disagreeable.
0 Be sure to read our new Adver-
God. Lane is expected to Visit thissec-
oa of country soon.
Yho sold and who killed that cow -which
tie Onio ftegiment lost here a few weeks ago ?
Seven thousand dollars worth ofgoodt
6t Mr. Lovell'a store. Mr. Lovcllha3 the fines
rtock ever offered in the MarysTille market.
Jest read his advertisement for a curiosity.
Improvements still continue in town.
Mrs. Bevnolds Etone house is nearly completed
Ir. Izard is just finisLing a neat 03 tage. Sev
eral other building of les3 note are being put
The Commissions for the Field OSiceis
of ths Cth Keg. X. Div., IL S. M., have arrived
from th Governor. Ei C. .Manning, Colonel;
fi. G. Hollenberg, Lieutenant Colonel ; John
). Wells, Major. Also Commissions for the
Company GScers at Marysville and Irving. The
ethers may have arrived, but we are not inform
ed of the fact,
Oar Irving correspondent has picked np
quite a little stir among the Irvingites by his
letter. Please come again Mr. "S."
We shall take the privilege of excluding eve
rj that we miy think improper in your corres
pondence, rod eo long as you agree to that we
tball be glad to hear from you occasionally.
Don't forget that Thursday, Nov. 26th.
is Thanksgiving Day. and that even poor print
ers like turkeys, prairie chickens, goosa, veui
!oa,p3rk, pic, that's a lie about mush-aud-2:1k,
puddings, and good things generally ; and
whansver ikey get Rny of tbe above mixture,
they feel v.ry thankful, and and if wo cin pro
cure soms for nest Thursday golly gracious !
won't we givo thauks , eat, drink, and be merry.
But, you big bugs, who dreE3 in purple aud fiae
L'nea, and fare sumptuosiy every day, will
probably ask why you should give thauks for
things which are bo common to you ? "Well ju3t
b; tlnukful thU you are not President of the
Uc'fsJ States, and be thankful that you arc not
.MILITIA. Last Saturday atternoon
pursuant to notice, the Cavalry Company of this
township held a meeting for the election of o!5
cers. Capt. E. C. Manning having bsen promo
ted to the rank of Colonel, there was a vacancy
ia the office of Captain, and 1st Sergeant, YTni.
Henry was elcctedto fill it. The election of Mr.
Ueiry to the Captaincy made a vacancy in the
c5:e of 1st Sergeant, and Samuel DcTibbitts
was elected to fill the same.
The commissioned officers of tho Company
tre now :
Captain, "lYm. Henry; 1st Lieutenant, J. D.
Brumbaugh ; 2nd Lieutenant, Henry Agle ; 3rd
Lieutenant, Isaac Holloway; Ensign, David
Tiic Stiite AgricuSturai College.
Kvn Stvts Acp.iCLi.Tca a College,
JIauh itam, Kansas. JuIy'JTtli, lbOo. j
The first term of this Institution as now or
ganized by tbe authorities, of tho State, under
a Board of experienced and competent Profes
sors and teachers, will commence September 2d,
1803, and continue thirteen weeks. Tbe De
partment of Music both vocal and instrumeiit.nl
irill soon be organized, of which notice will be
given in due time.
Every possible effort will be made to make
the fac hies for acquiring a full and thorough
education in this Institution equal to those o.
any other in the country. Its government wil
be firm but mild and pai ental. Its aim v ill bn
to promote the highest welfare of tbe st'-.dent.
pfcjs'cal mental and moral. Feniilcs. as wel
M males 'will be admit tel to all the advantage
of the Institution. Special instruction to th s
preparing to ccach. -ill proper attention wi'l
b: given to subjects reliting to the Department
of .-igricultute. A course of lectures on prac
tical farinipg, and kindred subjects, from com
petent men, may be expected during the term.
ThePresideut of the Institution will lecture on
important subjects. Prfessor J. G. Fcbnelby
"""ill lecture on subjects illustrated by the Mngic
kuitern. inc'uding .-istronomy; Natural Histo
JTie. Professor J. T. Goodnow on Inorganic,
Orgaidc'aud Agricultural Chemistry.
" HATES OF TUITION",
ftr Term of thirteen tseehs, to bt paid in advance
Coramon English branches, 54,00
Higher English, Algebra, Geometry,
Languages, &c. 5,00 .
Music on Mcloaeon, 8,00
" ' Pinno, . 10,00
Incidental expenses, for fuel, sweep
ing, aud bell ringing, 10
Special exeroisrs iu riding on horstback,
istbenics, Gymnastics, etc., tending to pro
kp'e the heahh and manners of the student,
t "fillbe given without extra charge. Board in
private families from $2 to S3 per week. Far
mer information can be obtained byaddressiug
Joseph dennison. rrcsident,
T. H. BAKER, See if Hoard of llegenis.
BOARD OF EEGESTS.
His"xcelleacy Thomas Garney ; Hon. W. W.
Lawrence, Secretary of State"; Hon. J. Good
?, Slate Superintendent Public Instruction;
n Geo. W.Collaraore; Judgo L. D. Bailer;
"on. D. P. Lowe; Hon. Ai Spaulding; Rev.
G.Razet; Icn. Y. F. Woodworth; Hon. T.
? Bker; llcn.S. D. Houston; Judge J. Piph
! Eev. Dennison.
OFFICERS OT TnB B6ABD.
Gov.TtTmuanjpvpv n... .
?os. W.W.H.L1 WHENCE. VL-,. Prt .
A. LARGKE STOCK
FIRST CLASS GOODS
.f. E. XOlJEXX'S
I have always in store a full supply of choice
Including all the staple varieties such a3 Flour,
Cofjee, Tea. Sugar, Molasses, locacco,
Candles, Soap, $c., $c.
E nbraciug Muslins, Brown Sheetings, Calicos,
Delaines, Flannels. Hosiery. Gl3ves,Shawh,
Bed Ticking, B!ankct3, Gentlemen's
Dress Goo:s of the latest stj le and
best quality. Boys' and
Satinets, Jcins, Tweeds, Monkey Jackets,
Hoop Skirts, Balmorals, 'Nubias, Cotton
Batting, Waumtinses, Drilling, &c.
Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, &c,
in variety and amount ioo large to enumerate.
Also Confectionary, Stationery, and a variety of
JDiicknacJis and Motions.
Shelled Corn, Bacon yc. talcn in exchange for Goods.
Thin&fi:! or pvt !ib-nl support.! hope to merit a cnn.
timi'ince f the anw lnm all of my c.lil cr.stomers. and
trct to rHcis my s!urc of tiio irju-k-nt and nc-'.rrra'e
now a goto,; in tliti and adjoining ciintws promiMi.g to
ail who doll with xa Mtisftiou aad tl eir -nitnuj'g
worth." A. E.LOYXLL.
MarjoiHtf, Kans-is, Xjv. 14, IS"i3.
lias a Stock xf ,
Dry fioods, , ,
In EL'iict, in the
All of which will he sold at as LO W PRICES as
elsewhere in the State.
The HIGHEST PRICES PAID for
Country Produce ; Hides, Furs, &c.
110, Eroadway, Marysville, Kansas.
November 14, 1SG3.
f y y y 5)
T. W. W ATERSON'S
OfflS PB J6E &m ST0BE !
JifarysviUe, Marshal! County ,' Kansas;
Where is constantly kept ihe largest, and best
selected stock of goods west of the Missouri
river, and scld 'uniformly at the lowest and one
price, consitiag of
Heady -made Clothing,
Foreign and Domestic Lienors.
Thoe who want to bny the Cheapest and
be3tquaity of Good, will find it to their advan
tage to call at the One Price Store of
Thankful for the rcrr liberal patronage be
stowed upon me bye p'iblic, I can assure them
tint I will try to "merit a continuance. I keep
constantly oil had a well selected stock of staple
and fancy goods, of every description, aud will
sell them at very small pi ofiu. Particular at
tontinn .riven to Ibe Clothins branch.
N.B. Flour. Meal, Corn, Meats, Potatoes,
Butter. Hgcs, Tallow,, &c., Ukea'in: exchange
November 14, 1863.
r DEAXEB IK
BOOTS AND SHOES,
He has constantly on hand
COAL OIL; a new lot, for sale Cheap, by
SIDE BACON; by
GROCERIES ; a Choice Lot. ust rceeived, and
for tale cheap, by J. AVLCSBACH.
SCHOOL BOOKS; New kind, complete as
sortment, received and in store.
SHEET IRON and Wrought Nails for Molassei
Boilers; cheap, by
CASH PAID fcrRAGS,
" ,: HIDES,
" " "WOOL,
" " FCKS,
'. " COUNTRY PRODUCE of all
kinds, by J. WEISBACH.
I have received, and am constantly adding to,
a heavy stock of
Staple and fancy Biy Goods,
Boots, Shoes, Hats, C.ip3, Sic, which I wil
Very -Cheap 'or (Jnsb.
Has just received a splended selection
For the Fall and Winter !
And a full stock of choice Family
TThich ho will sell
IT 8UCM IjOW P&ICES
That everybody ought to
Call and Examine
before purchasing elsewhere. Now do n't for
get the place. Broadway, Marysville, Kansas
T. Sunn. J. Heasvt.
FEEB5 SALE AMD L1VESY
& & $ U &a 0
TSTE HAVE COMPLETED OUR LARGE
V Stone Stable, 45 by 73 feet, capable of
IOO Mead of Horses I
Hay, Corn, and Oats Plenty !
Try the Jlammolh Stable at
SMITH & HEASLT.
Marvsville. Kansas, Oct. 2 J. 18G3. tf
BOOT & SHOE-MAKER.
,&alh Know all mon by these presents,
lBT that I make Booti and Shoes of all
HgL sizes and of every description imaiua-
latble, for those who may. .be sokind as to
give me a cj-.11, at No. nS Hroadway, where I
shall always be on hand. 3Iy material is the
best that ,cn be purchnsed forgold.or Treasury
Notes. Come along arid T)rir.g your feet, lean
5t them; don't care if they are as uneven as a
tomato, or so ugly as to make their olwser Hush.
Charges as moderate as the lime! will, admit
X- It. I will also repair harajess as neatly
s possible and at very low Agate. Mj motto
ia to werk cheaD for cask.
' . .i t.i
Miscellaneous Advertisements Miscellaneous Advertisements
Sent by Mail.
On receipt of the price I will send Concord".
Delaware, Diana, and other hardv Grane-vinel
j roots by mail. They are layered roots from
vines propagated in the open uir from vines
growing in Kansasisoil forseven years, and are
therefore well acclimated, and will bear one or
two year? sooner tbangrupe vines propigatod
from "eyes" in eastern "hot-houses." No fears
neeu oe entertained about tnem failing to grow.
Send for a Price-current 'List, with explana
tions, Jfc, enclosing two one-cent stamps.
Address, A. M. BURNS.
h32tf Manhattan. Rilev Coantv. Kansas.
W e desire to say to the people of Ncrthwegtern
Kansas, that our
Is all right. Th trees were not injured by the
frost lsst October as it was supposed. HVe can
supply you with good thrifty
Trees Grown on tfao Prairie,
Apple Trees, Cherry Trees, Laicton Black
berries, Allen Raspberries, and
Which wo will exchange for Cash or Stock at
cash prices, at rates such as we can live by and
you can afford. Come to the Nursery yourself
and select such as you choose.
We wish to caution you against buying trees
that are offered at 10 and 12 cents. If Nursery
men sell trees at that price it is because there
i3 something wrong with them. They cannot
bs afforded at such prices. Remembsr that
trees grown on the Prairies of Kansas will do a
hundred-fold better than trees grown in the tim
ber, or Missouri bottom. The Fall is a good
tin c to.set trees any time after heavy frosts.
BAKER J- SQUIRE.
Centralia, Nemaha co., Aug. 14, 163. n'21
Dry Goods ! Dry Goods
FOR SPRING. & SUMMER
STX & EOKHART'S,
No. 8 Felix street,
SAINT JOSEPH, tti MISSOURI.
Cassimers, jNotions, . ,
Cottonades, Fancy Goods,
BbOTS fe SHOES;'
RESPECTFULLY INVITE THE CITIZENS
of Kansas tocali and scd our stock which we are sellingai
Upon reasonable terms and with Dispatch,
by D. EAEBART,
On Stranger Creek, 8 miles southwest of Atchison
near Pardee, Alchiscn Co. Kansas. n8
Refjtectfn'ly annonnc'' t the citizens of Marsh-UI county
da t.ie traveling ptibhV that lie has opened a biocksm th
tbop in Marysville on Umodway. oppoito the PostoRlce.
here he is prepared to maXe J'lows. Ilarrows. Wajocs
shoe horses and ica1I kind of work in his line on reaont-,
ble terms nd at the shortest net ice; aad hopes by strict at
tention to bnsiness to merit tba cesifidtBCo and patron is
f UMteU aMeraU ' v2n7o
The Saint Joseph BermU.
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ths ses'Ion of Congress, and ror Cairo 3peoals" until the(
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