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JUNCTION, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1861.
uv-cwuj,, juureuav, ana Saturday, 8PM
Departs Monday,Wednsday,Fridav, 6 A-Jli
aryfiville and Northtrn Arrives Thursday,
. Junction. City- Iost Office.
AERIVALS AND DERARTCRES OF THE MAIL.
Leaven-woUK Atchison, and Eastern Arrives
Mar
., " -i"""""'"uV, U 4.J1
ao r n anU Soutcrn Arrives Monday
Uf. 21. Dei)arts Monday, 6 A- M.
Wabaxinsce and Topeka Arrives Tuesday,
fcl-M. Departs Monday, 6 A. M.
Solomon City and Western An ives Tuesday,
C P. M. Departs Wednesday, 6 A. 31.
Office open from 6 A. M. to 9 P. M. Sunday,
8 to 9 A. M., and 5 to 6 P. M.
S. M. STRICKLER, P. M.
CITY FACTS AND FANCIhS
Religious Notice.
Er.DEu Pardee Butler, will commence
a protracted meeting in Junction City,
Thursday evening, at seven o'clock. Ser
vices will Le held in Taylor's Hall. Tbe
public are respectfully invited.
Preaching will continue every evening
until further notice.
BSu Cotton has been grown in Wyan
dott 'county, in this State.
itLJT Fort Riley is now garrisoued by a
volunteer company fiom Atchison, under
command of Captain Graham,
& Co , long and favorable known in "West
ern Kansas, have closed out their business
in this section of our State, and severed
themselves entirely from the mercantile
interests of Davis county. They are suc
ceeded by a deservedly worthy and popular
8g,Tnour hastilj prepared report of (gentleman, eminently fitted for the calling,
the " Reception Supper," bst week, we 'and everyway capable of sustaining the
Gone Again. Pursuant to an order
received from headquarters, Company B,
attached to the Kansas Second, left Junc
tion last Monday for Fort Leavenworth to"
report. The Kansas Second is to be dis
banded, and re-organized upon the French
plan 16 companies of Infantry, 3 of cav
alry, and one of Artillery and a portion
of the Junction boys will join' the new
regiment. Messrs. Beates,. Stover, Speer,
and perhaps some others, old soldiers now,
having passed through the Missouri cam- j
paign, and fought at Springfield, will re
enlist, while the majority of our boys will
return home, and spend tbe winter in re
cruiting their health, and so arranging their
business as to allow of a long absence when
spring comes, providing rebellion is not
crushed before then. For those who now
re-enlist in the glorious cause we have no
fears but that they will conduct them-"
solves as true soldiers, and reflect credit
upon the gallantry of our section of the
State.
DicJtinsom County Union Ticktt.
.Probate Judge R. H. HUNT.
County Commissioners
WILLLVM LAMB,
E. W. BRADFIELD,
WILLIAM MOLLHAGEN.
Sheriff J. W. LAMB. bcv.
Treasurer CHRISTIAN HOFFMAN.
Register of Deeds J. L. S WINSON:
County Clerk AUGUSTUS HUBIN.
County Assessor F. STAATZ.
iX cm Sttujcrtiscmcnts:
A CARD.
.We respectfully inform the people of Junction
City and surrounding country that we have sold
out our entire stock of goods to Mr. Henry Ganz,
and hereby tender our thanks to all our friends
and the community for the liberal patronage we
have enjoyed, and bespeak the same for our suc
cessor in business.
N. S. RANSOHOFF & CO.
Notice.
CJSJUL and SETTLE!
ALL PERSONS INDEBTED TO ME BY
note or book account, will please call and
settle without delay, and save costs. I will
take in payment FAT CATTLE at the market
price.
Persons having cattle that they will sell for
notes against good men, or goods out of my
store, can- hnd a market for them with the
undersigned. ROBERT WILSON,
mtf Post Sutler, Fort Riley.
GRAND,
EXJEIIBITIQISr! !
GREAT NOVELTY
0 F
A CARD
To the Citizens of Davis and adjoining
Counties : .
Having purchased all the right, title and in
terest of the firm of N. S. Ransohoff and Co., in
Junction City, I deem it necessary that I should
acquaint me rraaing community ot ttie fact, and
A New Hand at tiie Bellows. The
i,i . n- u j a c xt c n i as3le the patrons of the old firm and the people
old established firm of N. S. Ransohoff I generally, of my intention to sustain unskilled
omitted to mention the name of Mr. John
F. Schmidt, as one who eontiibuted mate
lial aid to the procuring, pieparing, and
arranging of the supper. Indeed. Mr. S.
good name and excellent business reputa
tion of the"1 retiring firm. Mr. Henry
Ganlz is their successor, and we believe we
say no more than will meet with the nppro-
was untiring in his exertions to have the.'bation of our trading community, when We
affair worthy of the boys, a fact which our
volunteers will loii remember.
5y Wo learn from our fellow townsman,
concede to Henry all those qualities neces
sary for a popular, efficient, and successful
merchant. From long experience in busi
ness, and a residence of year in our coun-
iur. John uross, tliat the Uatuolic Church jtJj be undoubtedly understands fully the
intend soon to erect an edifice in Junction ts of our community, and will labor
City for the accommodation of tub many assiJuousiy t0 suppiy them. Henry's es
adhercnts of that faith in Western Kansas. tauliBUcd reputation for honesty, strict at
The Iter. L. Dumortier, of St. Mary's J tcntion to businc5) affability, and courteous
Mission, i the direct representative of that' condllctj wfl! jusure his complete success.
Church in this section, and the above in-! rn another column will be found a card
formation is derived from him. It will i r .n r-. i r. rm r- nni.,
lluut ...m ...u, .w v..w ..w... -.. ..-.-,
doubless be commenced this fall or winter.
announcing the arrival of New Goods, Gro
ceries, Provisions, Clothing, &c. We be
lieve news goods will be eagerly sought
after at this time.
'JS&"Tt is Vtith much plcasuie that we
chronicle the icturn to Junction of llcbert
McBratney, Esq., Register of this Land
District. His rather protracted absence j 2j On Wednesday the main body of the
lias been occasioned by the delay conse- regular troops from Fort Fillmore, New
qnent upon the preparation necessary to
the excellent businesscharactcr which tbe retiring
i;ciiucuit:u nam niways oornein tins community.
From a lengthy experience in the trade in West
ern Kansas, I believe I am qualified to supply
the wants of the trading people ia this section.
I hae just received a fresh supply of Groceries,
Provisions, Clothing aud other articles from the
River, to which I invite attention. The public
generally are cordially invited to call and inspect.
uClf HENRY GANZ.
WOOD & MAOKEY,
BLACK AND WHITE SMITHS
Junction City, Kansas.
HAVING CARRIED ON TIIE BUSINESS
for several years in BOSTON, and having
had many yoars' experience in Carriage man
ufacturies and discing shops and also a large
experience on breaking plows, would announce
to the surrounding country that he is now
tuny prepared to do all kinds of work, such as
HORSE-SHOEING, IRONING WAGONS
BUGGIES AND SIIA1S, FORGING
OF MACHINERY, EITHER
BY DRAUGH l' OR PAT
TERN, FOR CORN,
FLOURING, OR SAW-MILLS,
on the shortest posiblc notice.
All work warranted, aud done on the most
reasonable terms. Produce taken as payment.
Gunsmithing.
In icw of the uncertainty of horse-flesh,
and also of the fact that Injuns and Seces
sionists abound in our midst, it would be
useless for rr e to urge upon the settlers the
importance of having their old shot-guns and
muskets, &c made "bran new." I therefore
announce that particular attention will be paid
to the repairing of all manner of FIRE-ARMS.
LOCKS of all kiuds repaired, and KEYS
tilted.
THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED THAI).
ING DEPOT IN
"Western Kansas!
THE SUTLEKS STORE,
Fort Riley ; Kansas.
IS NOW RECEIVING ITS FALL AND
Winter supplies, direct from St. Louis, con.
sisting of every imaginable thing in the line of
Groceries and Provisions,
as1 mm9
READ Y-MADE CL O THLYG,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS,
HARDWARE, .
QUEENSWARE
GLASSWARE,
TINWARE,
WOODENWARE,
-S
S7
Eh
M
SECOND
4.
tl
E. CLARK, Manager
ENGAGE
ffopeka SMtoeriisemtntf.
C K- GIXCIIRIST. A. t. WltLIAM.
GILCnRlST'& WILLIAMS,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Topeka, Kansas.
OFFICE, two poors south or Miller' Lili.
LORENZO DOW
DO)V
&
JOH.V G.
OTIS,
AN'O
Counsellors at Law.
Topeka, Kansas nlmS
SEASON OF OUR
MIsNT WITH
THE PUBLIC!
TOPEKA HOUSE,
J. STEJTJRT, Proprietor,
KV.NSAS ATEXLT, NEABLT OFTCSITE 9. O.,
'.Topelva, Iviuitas,
GOOD STABLE ACCOMMODATIONS
attached. nltf
THE GOLD MINES!
The proprietor flatters himself that he can
furnish any aud everything needed by Pike's
Peakers, at as cheap rates as they can be had
j in Leavenworth, Kansas Citj, or St. Joseph.
untie a note 01 u, mat
AVTiole Outfits
Can berocured at Fort Riley as low as at the
Missouri River towns, and the purchaser saves
-irn rrrM'nnnn . irr ,,,-v. .,,
MILES FREIGHTAGE!
Sutler's Store, Ft. Riley, Kansas
HOBERT WILSON, I'rojirictor.
lqniovc his family, and good from Atchi
son to tins city. Mr. JIc.'s leluin will bu
waiuilj grooted in this couituunity, as aside
fronvthe many admirable social qualities of
which he is possessed, heia pillar of sticngth
to the Union cause in Western Kansas,
.Mexico, passed through Junction en route
for Tort Lcuvcnwoith, under command of
iMujor Lines. It will be remembered that
Fort Fillmore was surrendered to tbe rebels
some time since by Major Lines, and the
whole command under him taken prisoners,
but wcie subsequently released after taking
an oath to fight no more against rebellion,
t flinf f!mn if t?tC flnrrrnil flint, illninr
7)aity"of 5Cce?sioniats left the ticinitv ofir. .. . f. . . , .
t, ., , , . '. Lines was puiltv of comphcitv with the
j'Uic xiuv auuuii i i u iiLtus "fcj" lui 1.1 I . ,
Hit. Editor It is stated that a small
jcansas, and that one of the party, (from ;
iliis vicinity,) being belated, engaged a
conveyance near the Fort, and a driver, to
overhaul the precious load, that they might
all journey together. Will the Dcmoctatie
candidate for County Clerk gic us the
facts in the matter, if in his possession?
Squint-Eve.
jjgk, "We have heard from reliable au
thority, that the rebel General 3ains ha
declared his intention of quartering at Fort
Ililey tbe coming Winter, with 10,000 rebel
troops. It is suspected that infoimation
respecting the defenceless condition of the cite location of which was known to the
Jujrt and of the people of this section of rebels the momci.t they took possession of
the State, has been and i constantly being the Fort. In order that the surrender might
eonve3-ed to the traitors in Missouri. Tue be made complete, and no doubt fearing that
late .mail cairier between Fort Riley and his rascality would be observed, the Major
reocis, anu iiom wuat we mcaii " ie
soldiers we arc of the opinion that the
charge is correct. The circumstances at
tending the surrender all go to prove that
tho whole affair was a miserable trick.
Major Lines Ind been instructed to destroy
the Fort and everything which would afford
the least benefit to the traitors, but instead
thereof he refused to allow a thing to be
destroyed. The soldiers were anxious to
burn the tents, but Major Linos would not
permit of it. A large quantity of revolvers,
ready loaded, were secreted in a sandbank
near at hand by some of the men, the pre-
NOTICE
The attention of all persons, who purchased
portions of the estate of Louis Kettlasa, deceased,
and whose notes for the same I now hold, is
called to the fact that said notes are due the
13th of Nov. 1801, at which time I shall expect
a settlement with all parlies. By prompt com
pliance, considerable trouble may be averted
Respectfully, CHRISTIAN WETZEL.
EDWARD W. SEYMOUR, M.D.,
FMKYSlCMJtlY, SUitGEOJY,
AM)
ACCOUCHEUR.
OFFICE, AT TUE CITY DRUG STORE,
Junction City, Kansas.
City Bakery.
Washington Street, between Gth and 7th,
JUNCTION KANSAS,
W. BECKER, Proprietor.
surr-LiKu with
BREAD AND CAKE
Wine9, Liquors, Tobacco,
CIGARS AND CANDY, ALL CHEAP,
nltf FOR CASH !
JAKE SMITH,
wnoLr.s.w.K
Council Grove, (now, wc believe, in Ar
kansas,) informed a citizen of this county
that tbe rebels in Missouri are thoroughly
informed of the chorography of this part of
Kausas, and could and would carry out
their plan of occupying this Fort. 1 he re
port:hns considerable plausibility, and we
warn our loyal people to be vigilant. Lnt
tho treacherous knaves who are engaged
in the fiendish employment of betraying us
into the power of our enemies, be ferreted
outand gibbeted.
scut several companies a mile or so from
the Fort, and then run up tho white flag.
If these charges are proven, Major Lines
surely deserves a traitor's doom.
m m m
ge& Gen. Fremont has been notified to
d;scoutinue his fortifications at Jcnerson
City, and at St. Louis. He has also been
informed that the officers appointed by him
would not be paid. There is over two
hundred of them whose commissions do not
bear the President's signature.
NEjVS DEPOT!
Milton E. Clark,
1 T TIIE POST OFFICE, keeps the Leav-
im. enworth, at.. Louie, and New York daily
and weekly papers. ALSO, Paper, Pens, Ink,
-Envelopes, and Notions generally.
T. M; FLETCHER,
CARPENTER AND BUILDER,
Junction City, Kansas.
WILL ATTKND TO THE ERECTION OF
all kinds cf Buildings with neatness and
dispatch, ? PLANS and SPECiriCAriONS
furnished.
TKRM? To suit the " HARD TIMES."
DEALER IX
HARDWARE, IRON, NAILS,
Glass, Sash and Doors,
tfi5 A1
385tii PI1RFORMAXCE
Of the Grand Moral and Domestic Drauui of
HOW TO MAKE MONEY;
O R.
Buy Your Goods at Strickler's !
Which was -witnessed by over 50,000 persons
last season with unbounded sntisCtetion.
Tuesday, September 3, IS31,
And ever' d.iy until further notice, will be
presented Uie deeply affecting and higlilv
interesting pUy of
HO If TO MAKE .7 E Y!
with an entire change of Scenery and Appoint
ments. The following are the leading incidents
in the play :
SCEXEPost Office Building, Wash
ington Street, Lelicccn 1th and Sth.
Broche Shawl:?, Chnmbray, Valencia-,
Stella do Black Silks, Ginghams.
Wool do Fancy do Silk Velvets,
Cassiraeredo Ladies' Cloth, Opera Hoods,
Thibet do French JIerinos,Ciishuieres.
Saxony Plaids, Opera Flannels, Panarnettas,
lala do ool IM.uues, Coburgs,
Silk do JIuslin m do Alpacen,
After which will he brought out the charnnntr
little COMEDY of
VARIETIES,
CAST TO TIIE STRENGTH OF TIIE
WHOLE COMPANY.
and in which the AUDIENCE will undoubtedly
BE HIGHLY INTERESTED.
Ladies' Merino Vests, Black Cassimeres,
Ladies Scarfs, Fancy do
Embroidered Collars, Counterpanes,
do Sleeve, Men's A rappers,
do Hdkfs, do Drawers.
do
do
Wool Flannels
Canton Flannels, Denims, Stripes, Ticks,
Sheetings, Shirting3, Linsey Woolsies,
Table Oil Cloths, Damasks,
Tweeds, Sheeps Greys, Nankeen, Broad Cloths.
TIIE EXHIBITION WILL CONCLUDE
CRAIG L'EAr JlOOX,
WHOLESALE A RETAIL DEAI.EPS lf
Foreign and Domestic Liquors.
Cigars and Tobacco,
KASSAS AV OPPOSITE THE rOST'omCB,
Topeka, Kansas.
J. C. MILLER,
TTkEALER IN
Groceries and Provisions!
KA!!.9 AVENUE, SEaII SIXTH ST.,
'X'opelcii, Kansas.
CHASE HOUSE, "
EOCH CEASE, Proprietor.
TOPEKA, KANSAS.
'piIEABOVJI HOUSE having CNDErtawB
I- a thorough renovation, and being pic ie
anily and centrally located in this thiivinf
city, tr.ivelleis will find it a pleasant stopping
plnce. nltf
Kcllam Brothars,
DEALSKS IN
MiEJSi S H2SSi3Sne3p
PAIXTS, OILS, if YE-STUFFS,
&c, kc, &c.
ALSO AGEST3 rOH Att
PATENT MEDICINES.
CITY DRUG STORE,
ITopolcn, Krmvxs
n. v. e3E. a. h. csr.
CASE & CASE,
LAWYERS $ LAA'D JGE.YTS,
Topeka, Ktinsas.
ST. LOUIS REFERENCES Mnm.
Bryant & Hardcietle, Messrs. Green &
Brothers, Messrs. J. StecTcr k Co., Messrs.
Willson, Levering & Waters Messrs. Dunn,
Seymour & Co, General Elihu Case, Troy,
Bradford county, Pennsylvania nl'm
AGRICULTURAL
IMPLEMENTS.
TOPEKA, KAXSAS.
S. H. FLETCHER,
m -
JST As wo had predicted, the Union
Military Ball, given by Co. G, 2nd Infant
ry, at FoitHiley lat Saturday evening, wa$
a fine affair. It far surpassed everything
of tho kind we have before witnessed in
"Western Kansas. The ball room was taste
fnlly decorated with the arms and parapher
nalia of the company. The bright glitter
ing rnuskets were artistically arrayed around
tbe ball, and appropriate and patriotic mot
toes were suspended from tbe wall. Tbe
attendance wa very large, not less than
sevcnty-Gyc couple being present, and the
utmost harmony and good feeling prevailed.
Tbe supper was excellent, gotteu up in, a
stvle tbat reflects much credit upon tbe
company. Altogether, it was an occasion
notsoqnto be .forgotten by those who. at
tnde'djand place' company (x and its"gal
ant members bigb.in tfie estimation of our
citizens.
". , ,7, i !. ov.h prcseub " uameio ine voters oi iv:
jThcicompany left forLeavenwortb. dues jM cndidate for the office of Sheriff.
.,nr. nrnincr. T -v' ' t. ,.-.-, JOHN SAND!
ANNOUNCEMBNTJ3.
Mb. Editor At the request of many citizens of
this Judicial District, I present my name as a
candidate for the office of District Attorney;-at
the coming election. L. McARTHUlt.
Mr. Editor Please anuounce the name of
Uzal Williams as a candidate for the office of
Probate Judce for Dickinson County, and oblige,
nl " Manv Citibens.
Mb. Editor Please announce the name of
Green Lamb as a candidate for the office of Re
gister of Deeds for Dickinson county, aud oblige,
n4 Mat citizen's
Editor Union Please announce through.
your columns that 1 present my name to the
voters oi uavis county aa wuiuw v iu
office of iheritl.
n3tf MATTHEW BECKERS,
In compliance with the wishes of many of the
voters of Davis county, expressed since the recent
nnminatimr conventions. I herebv anfaounce my
self as an Independent candidate for the office
of Kegister of Deeds for said county.
n4 IT. S. GILBERT.
In compliance with the wishes of many of my
friends and voters of Davis county, I hereby an
nounce myself as an Independent candidate for
the office of Register of Deeds of said county. ,
JOHITP.WnaET. ,
4Ed. Umon. At the request of many Meads,
"Frank Jehle,
JBOOT AND SHOE
MAKER,
CORNER WASHINGTON & 7th STREETS,
Junctlou Clly, Kansas.
REPAIRING done on ort notice. TERMS
CASH, n2tf
S. B. WHITE,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR
-A.i Xiawa
JUnC'I'ION CITl', KANSAS.
WILL PROMPTLY ATTEND TO ALL
business entrusted to his care in Western
Kansas. nltf
I present my same to the voters of Davis county.
aenff. ,-
ANDERSOX.nV
,s & T
DRALES IX
ryi'Sg AND (SiS9
BOOTS AND SHOES,
AXb
CLOTHING,
POST OFFICE BDILDIXG,
Topeka, Kansas.
3 ""
&
MAN UFACTURERS
of- all Jcinds of
FURNITURE,
JUNCTION GiTY, KANSAS. "
COFFlSS'made with neatness and dispatch.
MATTRASSES of alt Itinds constantly on
hand. All orders filled on short notice.
M. BECKERS,
bc.v DmtfiA
PaBEJS OVUBPi
SIGN,
OR3VtfMETTAL PAIA'TERi
' Jit . Kf - r .
.?
J. riicss.'
WauiK9SlE
L JUNCTION CITY, KANSAS.
V
M. K. SMITH,
1 Dealer In
Of All Descrp.ion,
From Infants' Two bit Reanos all the Way up to
GENTS; PREMIUM
PATENT LEATHER SEWED BOOTS!
also: all kinds or
Family Groceries,
TnB
SWEETEST SUGAR
ASD THE
SOUREST VINEGAR!
SUGAH AT TEN CENTS, TEA AT
j i I . tfiTTY CENTS.
LMtfar and Findings
Toptk,, Kama.
WITn TnE IiACCIIARLE FARCE OF
STARVING KANSAS,
O R
MMRD TIMES made EJISY
In which will appear, to the gieat delight of
the AUDIENCE.
BEANS DRIED APPLES
FLOUR, BACON,
MEAL, COFFEE,
CORN. SUGAR,
WINTER WHEAT, DRIED PEACHES,
(F-R SEED.) - riiUE5, ItlUK,
ONIONS. CHEESE,
POTATOES, TEAS,
CIDAR VINEGAR, CRACKERS, &c
As an evidence of the popularity of the above
COMEDY q needpnly refer the public to the
IMJUEiYSE CKOHWS
xihich were swayed by its CHARMING EF
FECT during its play in Atchison last winter.
We also take pleasure in referring to the un
bounded and highly flattering opinions of its
un'rits which it has everywhere elicited from the
CRITIQUES OF THE PRESS !
We now, at a GREAT 3ACRD7ICE, bring be
fore the PEOPLE OF JUNCTION CITY this
dramatic composition1! intended as it is U
rep-esent the lighter passions and actions of
mnnttinu, tuucii are 10 ie inuutieu in language,
drct?3. and manner, by actors, for the entertain
ment of the spectators. The termination of the
INTRIGUE is happy, and the
DESIGN is" amusement:
After the above nn intermission of one hour
will be had to allow those making HEAVY
PURCHASES time-for dinner Immediately
after which we will "cleviite tho dry .goods"
and present to the audience, as an AFTER
PIECE, the amusing farce of
TAXES TAXES !
G. W. SAPP,
Cot'XTY Cl.EitSt Or SlIAWNKE COUNTY, NoTAttT
Pent io, Legal Co.nvlviscer, and
General Bcsiness Agent,
Topeka, Kansas,
Tlll ATTEND TO ALL BUSINESS
It entrusted to him. Collections mid
and promptly returned. Taxes paid for non
residents; all letters addressed to him iill
meet prompt attention.
orncE, over thr tost orncc.
GEO. O. WILMARTH, Ag't,
Wholesala and Retail Dealer in
(tl
xjju iiuuir rn.ir vi'jvf 'i n ,
yiiiiiiiiiviJi!JiJiiiiLn iJlBmiUUv
SCHOOL AND MISCRLLANEOUS BuOka,
Periodicals,
WALL PAPER, BORDERING,
Post Office Building, Kansas Avenue,
Topeka, Kansas.
E-istern Publications received reguhily and
furnitthed to order.
MULTUM IN PARVO.
O R
A. XJTTT.ID OF EVERYTHIXai
The following being but a small proportion of
various arucics mai win oe exuioiieu :
Irish Linens, Silk Lace, Knitting Cotton,
NEW ERA IN BUSINESS !
f. w. c;ii,k,
Topeka, Kansas,
llflLL DO ALL THINGS IN THE LINE
GEXERAL IAXD AG EXT. COL-
LECTIXG AGENT, OR
INSURANCE BROKER,
guaranteeing HONESTY and FAIR-DEALING
with his Patrons NINE TIMES OUT OF TEN 1
What will you hare? nltf
Swiss Muslin,
Jaconet Mulin
Cambrics, Tassels,
Fringes, Flowers,
Wreathes, Bonnets,
Drapery, Edgings.
Head. Dresses,
Velvet Ribbons,
Dress Trimmings,
Lace Veils,
Crape, Hosiery,
Leise Crape .N ee dies.
Floss, Table Cloths,
Dimity, Shirt Bosoms,
Bleached Muslins,
Crash, Grain Bag,
Hoop Skirte,
Apron Checks,
Suspenders, Combs,
Belu,Buckskin Mittens,
Napkins, Mcn,s Boots,
Men's Shoes,
Boy s Boots and Shoes
Women's Shoes,
Children's Shoes,
Rubbers, Satchels,
Whips,
Men's and Boys' Hats,
CASH.PAID FOR HIDES?
ElastlC3, Woolen Hoods,Mens and Boys" Caps,
Braids, Tape, Pine, Trunks,
Work-Cotton. Trtine, Buckskin Gloves,
Buttons, Woolen i arn.
Men's fe Bovs' Clothing,Hardware, Quecnsware,
Glass, Potty-, Old Bourbon, Holland,
Pore Wines"t Brandies, Gin.
JThe Proprietors have no hesitatiofa in guar
anteeing the most perfect satisfaction to all who
may vieit out mammoth amphitheatre. Any
person dissatisfied with any purt of the perform
ance will haye his money refunded. None are
expected to visit it except those ia pursuit of the
choicest, cheapest, largest, and most desirable
Stock of Goods ever brought into Junction City.
TICKETS GRATIS, (to be had at thi door.)
FRONT SEATS
RESERVED frOR LADIES.
DOOM 0PE3T Xf6 TtMTOMMAXCtS BKGIIT AT 7.
tri . .. Smxttz,k Stbicklks'.
Junttion City, Sptmjfr 3"ltfl. ,
CITY
DRUG STORE,
E. MLlEE, K'roprietar.
WASHINGTON STREET, JUNCTION CITY.
RESPECTFULLY CALLS THE ATTEW
tion of the public to his large ud well
selected stock of
Dings and Chemicals,
PAINTS, DIE STUFFS, OILS, PEHFUjI-
EIIY, kc ic.
Having largely increased his stock of lite, ha
feels confident of satisfying every one who hn
anything in his line, as his assortment is not
surpassed west of the Missouri River. He is
also Agent for, and has a large stock of popu
lar Patent Medicines of the day A very fins
stock of pure WINES and LIQUORS for med
icinal purposes only.
iLT Prescriptions carefully prepared, and all
orders promptly attended to.
DANIEL MITCHELL,
LAJfD AGEJVT, SURVEYOR,
JUNCTION CITY, KANSAS.
LAND WARRANTS FOR SALE FOR
Cash, &nd on time. Laud Warrant loca
ted. Collections made and Taxes paid for
non-residents. nltf
A
YRES MEDICINES.
For Sale by
HAtt.
JAYNE'S MEDICINES
For Sale by
HALL.
iYl
C'LANE'S MEDICINES,
For Sale by
HALL.
HARPER, LESLIE, A.rrJt'Iu-wT-;
rtn W--klief , for sale bCHALtt .
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