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SAMUELS :& WEISBACH,
Wholesale Jt Retail Dealers
jEr;tf Goods, H
and Farming Implements.
We buy, and pay the highest market price
In Cash, for
GRAIN AND FEED, COUNTRY PRO
DUCE, BIDES, FURS, c, .
Particular attention "will be paid to the
t whom we offer extra inducements.
Remember the old stand of Major Samuels.
We are sole Agents in North-Western Kansas
for Overman & Man, of Illnois. for the sale of
their warranted Osage Orange Seed for which
wc take orders.
Wo have lately receivedjthe largest stock of
Spring and;Summer goods ever offered for sale
west of the Missouri river,hich was bought a
the laBt panic in the East, for cash and which we
v, ill sell with usual profits, all we ask now of
our friends and the trading public at large is to
come and examine our stock and prices and sat
Samuels & Weisbach are appointed sole agents
fo Singei'B sewing machines.
Orders forBall's Ohio Mower and Reaper re
ceived. A large stock of the celebrated Rock
Island:plo ws on hand, the best in use in the west.
3-33-tf SAMUELS & 'WEISBACH.
; w. s. clow,
Leavenworth - - - Kansas.
Wm. KNABE'S Pianos,
J. "W". VOSE'S Pianos,
'GEO. A. PRINCE & Co's
'GEO. A. PRINCE & Co's
WHEELER & WILSON'S SEWING
Acknowledged throughout the world to be the
bestmachiue ever invented. It makes the lock
stitch, alike on both sides, sews on the coarsest
and finest material, and will hem, fell, cord,
ind, tuck, stitch, Braid, Gather and Quilt. .
Every Family in Kansas shoald'have one.
I have fcthc 'soIeAgency for the
Slate of Kansas of "all the above named articles,
and sell everything at factory prices
Perfect satisfacviouguarauteed to all who
3-38-ly W. S. CLOW.
E. N. 0. CLOUGH,
Attorney at Law and Notary Public,
.&. r Vonnisfiorer jor tr.e Uourt cj tuam,
QEM.KAL AOLNT FOR COLLECTION 'OV MILITARY
. . CLAIMS,
4 Tase3 Vaid,cTitles Examined, Rpal Estate
bought and sold, and Money Col
lected and remitted with
promptness and on
Ojnce ;S. W. Corner Shawnee .y Mem Streets,
ON THE BIG BLUE RIVER,
AT MAR TS VILLE, KAN.
?I the best "Water Power Mill in the State; and
-tlrt superiority of Water PowerTover Steam
Wills has kBg beea. established. They yield
Wore flour to the bushel of graim and that too of
f rrs ffw Frelfhtera 4t Mer-
The highsVarket prite paid for good wheat
JF ANCY C00V8,' .
iMgEADY MADE CLOTHING,
'fVjP HATS, CAPS, '
-m nwrnMS nw at.t. .
f -v"'-' -" .
KM'INDSAND VARIETY) rtw
S TABLE ARTlCtiEST
'C ROCK'ERX CUTEERY and
. H OUgHOLD'TTTENSILS,
M EC HANIC'S TOOLS,
I N ABUNDANCE
- n RY iZO'ODS &c IN
-T REMENDOUS PROFUSION
I have just retuernd from the East withr the
Ever brought to the Marysville Markot,
. sonsisting of
" ' V
M War b&i&39
ALL OF WHICH WILL BE SOLD AS LOW
AS THE LOWEST
AND AS CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST.
Marysville, - - - - Kansas.
October, 7, 1865.
3-34-ly FRANK. SCIIMiDT.
CITY DRUG- STORE,
0. . IIORM,
He is now receiving an Extensive Stock which
has been selected w ith great care, and
Will warrant every article
FRESH AND PURE.
DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
Of ail kinds, in great quantity. a
SCHOOL BOOKS, W
Stationary & Notions!
OF THE FIRST QUxlLITY.
JM TJB-VT MEMCIJYES. '
(fee, &., &C.
PURE WINES & LIQUORS
Will be kept constantly on hand for Medicinal
-purposes. Alto General- Assortment of
and Canned Fruits of every
kind and variety,
AH of vkkhirill be sold as low as the lowest.
A.Store im the frac building oppositt the
A Wican ffouw. Sept. SOih, 1865,
0. C HOBR. '
t 8i"g 8i Winin
- - &
' - - -J. -:
. i r- t
"We are prepared to execute
fevery "description of
$o0& anb printing
ifc23F trosters, Programmes,
f ' Hhn
Circulars, Clicks, Bus
iaess Cards. Blank-
Bills of Fare, c&c.
Bill Heads, .Letter
Heads, Hand Bills,'
Labels." Bull Tick
AT THE , j
ets, &C, &C.
5 SfV 5, -
Together with cverjvvariety of
S?ncuana' tfle&ze' (ZlBitntmg!
Very, Best,.,Possible Manner,
MAR3TSVILLE, MABSHALL CO.,
sARMY COXiliECTlOST AGEKCY.
(Formerly Clerk m the Pension Office.)
OJice on Shaictfee Street, next to Conservative
Ojfice, 2dJLoorfrn Main Street,
, f 'iJEd VENW0RTR3?
Prompt "attention given to4 Adjustment of Discharged
Soldiers' Claims for Bounty, Trawl Pay, and for horses
Lilledm battle: aK, the ecunng,of Certificates forpay
of Officers mustered nut resigned and divmiedthesernce.
Will collect in the shortest pcsaible time, Peniions and
BounHes, for the heirs of those dying or killed in theirmy.
Address, enclosing postage
T. M. O'BRIEN,
I ar Claim Agent,
7EY & FEESTCH,
'4 MANUFACTURERS OF
AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
' ' Candy,
Fine Cigars and Smoking Tobacco.
No. 24. Shaichcc Street,
leaven v oii!i, - - - Kaoqas.
WM n HAYS j.b LUDLUM.
' (Successors to E. Tjm,)
'IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
China, Glass and! fjucemware,
Silver Plated antl Brlt-
TaLle- Cutlery, Looking ClassesEtc,
73 Delaware Sd eet,
LEA VEN WORTH, KANSAS.
C. J. SjSIITI-I,
7II0LLSVLE 1ND Kl.lAILDEALi.RIS
Foi cgtt and Domestic I3ai d-jvare,
IRdNAND WAGON MATERIAL, .jc. cjc.
Commercial St , Opposite P. 0 ,
O. M. LEIGFITON'S
DRD MD SOOH STOBE,
Marysville - - - Kansas.
Mr. C. M. Lcighton having had long expei
ience in the Drug business, solicits the patron
age of the people in this section of the country,
and is prepared to anmmter to their wants in a
skilful manner and at short notice.
He keeps nothing bnt the
purest JLEQUOR5,. and best DRUGS.
Also, a fine 'ot of
"Books and Stationary.
Choice Groceries always on
Prescriptions promptly and carefully filled.
Oi dors from the country and tiaders up the
Store, one door east of Samuel? & Weisbach's.
Ct ARDEN, at hi3 shop on tho east eide of
! town will be found ever ready to execute
any work in his line of business vith prompt,
ness a--d dispatch. Especial attencion given to
hors. and mL shoeing. II avinp ha long and
successful experience m the businc-s he guar-
ianteetobe able to give satisfaction in any
iob tint he undertakes in his line. Charges
V V -w - ..ii
Moderate, and work promptly done. Marys-
ville Kan March l, Ob. o-u
!CROW & FOSTER,
WHOLESALE and BfcTAIL DEALERS IN
DOUSE FPUXISHIXG GOODS;
NO. 82, DEL A WARE STREET,
t Leattnv!orih Kansas.
CLOTHES' WRINGERS, WASHING-MA
chines, Japanned, Wooden, Willow apd Tin
Wofsnona. Plated Ware, Pocket and Table
Cutlery; Scissors, Etc.; Twines, Mats.Brushes
Combs; Fancy-Soaps, Bird Cages, Carnages,
t- T,dfliiera. Iakirir Glasses. Window
Laaps, Ch'andeliers, Loakin Glasses,
Shades, Etc., Etr
West o 5M MtSnpj PafA
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propose that U, ttvpb .t:,,"11 w
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These prices are invarhble.
. Address, CLARKE, EMERY & CO.
Times (ffice, Leascmcorth, Kansas.
.AJDX. C A.MPBEL3L,
At tkc l'obt CK-cc, Keeps
For sile at the lowest market price; aljr,
beautiful pictures to adorn vour drrelhngs.
Ho always keeps on hind
Motions for the Children,
Books for the Peoplo.
Stationary of all kinds.
Canned Fruit and Groceries.
The latest Periodicals.
interesting Hovels and Song Books.'
Illustrated Sewsapers, die.
Albums for the Ladies.
Every thing in that line canlo foaud at ti
Call quick, before they are gon.
JIarysvslle, Kansas, Dec. 2Qth 1$G5
45-3-ly ALAXANDER C.V.tjj L
UruiNt and Apothecary ;
Stone Building, south side of Broadway,
DEALER IN ,
Terfumery, Toilet Articles,
Paint, 0il3, Etc, Etc
Prescriptions carefully compounded.
-"The liest cheapest and mot suc-ce-b'ful
fcauiily Paper In the Uni
CRITICAL NOTICES OF THE PRESS.
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ted State3." New Londm Adi'r titer.
"The Model Newspaper of ourcounry c va
pleteinall the departments of an Ameri
F'nmily Paper Harpers Weekly has ear. u
for itself a right to its tifle 'A Journal of c .
ilizatign.'" N. Y. Evening Post.
"This paper furnihe9 the best illnstratio"i
Our future historians will enrich themselves cA
cf Harpers Weekly loirg after writers andpnn
tprs. and nublishers are turned to dust. r-
xia7 ' . , ,,, i ?, or-
"A necessity m every household. -JJor
I "j , di m;cal and historic
It w atonce a -ewiing poiuic
i cl annaliat of the nation. -T''
-The best of its class in America, hosiot.
. RrrRsnRTPTTONS 1866.
. ,. PnH. . prq .. rerfected a syste-.cf
, .. jIarlZint
aud Weekly promptly to those who prefer to re
ceive their periodicals directly from r" 0I-C
of publication. Postmasters and others o-'
rous of getting up clubs will be suppliw w -
The postage on Harper's J, J
cents a year, which must be paid su
handsome pictorial ishovr-oni on u..--
berTs po3t ofilce.
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willbefldppueo s- ; - -
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