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Washington', Nov. 2'Q.
Two more scouting parties from the right
"wmg of the army went out to day. One
liad a skirmish with superior numbers.
Captain Rawland, with companies C A
and B Fridman's Cavalry, went as far' as
Hunters Hill, and sent a reconnoiterinc
parly forward, who discovered a large body
r --".""-"v-l tV amDsn. Uapt. Haw
land retired with his force
Captain Bell, with between two and
three companies of the Third Pennsylvania,
Col. Averill's Cavalry, rceonnoiterinff be!
tween Hunter's Hill and Vienna, were at
tacked by an ambuscading enemy in the
woods, on both sides of th m v,
volleys were fired before our troops,' pressed
by the superior force of the enemy, fell
A courier brought this news to General
I orter, to whose division the party belong
ed. He senr foeward the .Ninth Massachu
setts, Fourth xMichigan, Griffin's battery,
and two more companies of Averill's Cav-
At dubk a11 the trooP3 "turned.
.Before the re-enfornpinnntc rii.n,i n,nt
Bell, he was again attacked by the enemy,
who attempted to cut him off, and shots
were again exchanged. The rebel com
mander was shot and fell from his horse.
which galloped within our lines, and was
captured. About a dozen of our men
dropped, and were necessarily left on the
Lieut. Ford and forty-five men, all Col,
Averill's Cavalry, are missing. Orderly
r ourgeani barter's horse was killed and the
I I rider injured.
-me enemy were dres3cd in dark blue
'wearing caps. They did not wait for any
encounter with our reinforcements.
Reports sent about Gen. Blcnkcr's resi"-
-nation are incorrect. Gen. McClellan and
Blenkcr's command have the greatest confi-
dence in him, and Lis resignation would not
be accepted if offered. The affair grew out
of -a .letter sent by General Dlcnkcr to
'General McClellan, which contained ex
pressions which General McClellan rebuked
'Iiitn'for, but said he presumed it was Gen.
Blenker's impel feet knowledge of English
which caused the impioper expressions,
and the affair is considered satifactorily
The rebel Uiigadier-Gcneral George B.
L-iittcndcn, brother of John J. Crittenden,
Federal General, has been promoted to a
Major Generalship, and assigned to the
department of-Oumberland Gap.
The lebel -convention at Itussellville,
Kentucky,-made a Declaration of Indepen
dence, passed an Ordinance of Secession,
and adopted resr.lutnns declaring that the
laws and Constitution of Kentucky were
not consistent -vuii tue acts or the rebel
The privateer Suniplcr is reported cop
tured off the CQzil of Texas by the frigate
Adjutant General Thomas sent instruc
tions to Gencrr.l Sherman at Beaufort, to
take possession -of all crops on the island,
and to ship cotton and other crops not
.wanted for the army to New Yoik, to be
sold for Government use. The slaves are
to secure the crops.
The rebels are falling back from the
Potomac before the slow but certain ad
vance of the Union forces. They have
hardly offered resistance to our vessels the
last few da-s.
Tho Richmond Dispatch reports three
thousand Unionists in the mountains of
East Tennessee, under Parson Brownlow
and Major Gillham, doing moic mischief
!, than the Yankees in Kentucky.
The Dispatch proposes the abandonment
I of Norfolk, in tho event of an attack, and
,j begs the reinforcement of Richmond and
Thirty thousand troops are expected at
Fortress Monroe, and an order was read to
those there on Monday that they will not
be furnished winter quarters. This seems
to indicate an advance.
rm. wr,.i.: i. n 7 7 i
II from Winchester, Virginia, stating that
Jackson, one of the rebel Generals, is drill
ing a regiment composed wholly of slaves
in that city, and that the negroes arc to be
made to fight against the Federal troops.
According to present indications the
president's Message will not bo seut henee
iu advance of deliver to Congress. The
reason for this is the fact that it, as well as
the reports of the Secretaries of War and
Navy will be kept until the latest moment
in order to make such additions and altera
tions as the constantly recurring events
Dispatches received to day at the Navy
Department from Flag-officer Dupont, dated
Port Royal, November 25th, gives the
gratifying intelligence that the flag of the
United States is flying over the territory of
the State of Georgia. Tybee island which
ho says is within easy mortar distance of
Fort Pulaski has been taken possession of
and the approaches to Savannah completely
cut off. On the island is a strong martillo
tower with a battery at its base.
Dispatches to the New York Herald says
that Fort Pickens opened fire on Saturday
cjnorning, but the firing was wild.
It was stated that Pickens had been
breeched when the firing ceased. The reb
els sustained no loss, but the loss of the
Union forces was heavy.
The wildest excitement existed at Norfolk.
Brag had sent congratulatory dispatches
all over the South. From the same source
it is learned that at 15eauiort three compa-
nies of Sherman's command had an engage-
j jnent with the rebels, and were forced to
retreat, with a loss of eight men. Beaufort
is being entrenched by our forces.
JUNCTION, THURSDAY, DEC. 5, 1661
Junction City Iost Office:
AEEIVALS ASD DEPAETUKES OF THE MAIL.
Leavenworth, Atchison, and Eastern Arrives
. and departs daily.
ilarysville and Sorthtrn Arrives Thursday,
8 P. M. Departs Mondav. GA W
Council Grove and Southern Arrives Monday
8 P. M . Departs Monday, 6 A. M.
Wabaunsee and Topeka Arrives Tuesdav,
8 P.M. Departs Monday, G A. M.
Solomon City and "Western Arrives Tuesday,
6 P. M. Departs "Wednesday, 6 A. M.
Office open from G A. M. to 9 P. M. Siindav.
8 to 9 A. M., and 5 to 6 P. M.
S. M. STRICKLER, P. 81.
CITY FACTS ANJ) FANCifcS.
J6ST The Rey. A. A. Morrison will preach
at Taylor's Hall next Sahbath at 11 o'clock,
EgL, A few more recruits wanted for Cnptain
Stover's Company, Excelsior Cavalry. The
encouragement which he has thus far met
justifies the assertion that it will be a crack
JCSyThe Lawrence "State Jounnal" esti
mates the population of the State to be 115,000.
Thij increase is attributed to the emigration
from Missouri, which has been very large.
Considering last year's drouth, this is quite
ID-TInrks to the "Frontier
fatherly advice given us last week.
perly appreciated, and we live in hope to
improve thereby. Our extreme youth and
veneration for gray hairs forbid us replying in
the spirit in which it was given.
Paid OrF. Henry J. Adam3, Paymaster
Kansas Volunteers, visited Fcrt Riley last
Monday, and disbursed to the faithful therein
stationed Treasury Notes for services rendered.
Tho alacrity and promtness with which the
tiovcrnment attends to her soldiers makes
happy hearts and inspires confidence.
JC3? We would call the attention of pleasure
goers to the announcement in another column,
of a grand Cotillion Party to be given at Wil
son's Hall, Christmas Eve. Being acquainted
with the gettcrs-up of -the affair, and knowing
their taste for such matters, we predict a pleas
ant time to all who attend.
The enormous vote cast at Lawrence at the
late election is still a matter of dispute among
the papers of the eastern portion of the State.
The Republican and Journal of Lawrence are
Btill harping on the subject, and indulging in
ill-natured flingl at one another about it. Give
it a legal airing, gentlemen, or else " dry up."
The Journal advocates the remission of the
war tax apportioned to Kansas. A correpondent
in the same paper gives some very good end
patriotic reasons for not asking its remission, but
nbt sufficient we think to counterbalance the
inability of our people to pay the tax.
It was rumored in Leavenworth that General
Lane had been captured in Missouri by the
rebels, who had hung and quartered him. The
public mind will be greatly eased by the an
nouncement of his safe arrival in Chicago.
Captain Abernathy's company, Eighth regi
ment, made a haul of two noted Javhawkers-,
named Gale and Trickey, at Topeka. Horesea
and mules were found in their possession, and
other evidences of guilt observed. They were
taken to the camp in Lawrence, where they were
placed in close confinement.
The Burlington Register gives tht! official vote
of Coffee county, Crawford and the State ticket
received 532 votes every vote in the county.
We clip the following items of State news froni
the Times and Conservative :
Lane's Brigade, excepting Colonel Judsoh's
regiment, has left Fort Scott, and is marching
m onn near tne border.
The order for the removal of the First Kansas
regiment from Tipton to Kansas, has been coun
termanded by General Halleck. It will remain
for the present at Tipton.
Brigadier-General James W. Denver, at one
time Governor of the Territory, has arrived at
for the I Leavenworth. He has been assigned to a com-
It is pro- mand in this Department. General Denver is a
man of decided ability, and we doubt not, will
greatly distinguish himself as a commander.
He has been eminently successful in every posi
tion in life that he has held, (and he has held
many public offices of high trust.) "We doubt
not that his military career will add lustre to
Let our people feel assured that if General
Hunter they have the right man in the right
place. He i at work vigorously, surely, and in
ine ngnc direction. He is not issuing proclama
tions and making stump speeches, but what is
far better, is at work asserting the power of the
Government, and maintaining the integrity of
Captain Insley has received orders to bnild
barracks, storehouses and warehouses for our
troops at Fort Scott. The soldiers will be well
The Hon. John Cochrane, of New
York, in n speech at the Astor House, last
week, said that though he was not in favor
of making this a war of emancipation, yet, j
if the exigencies- of the service required the I
A WAR JOURNAL.
The Proprietor of the ' New York Pathfind
er," desiring-to Manifest his teal in the defence
oi nis country, the Honor of the Stars and
putting of anasiato, he had3 of negroes SSSEEKtTSS'SS
to fight for the Union, he was heartily in
iavur uj our availing ourselves ot such a
chance of war. This expedient would be
no more than our enemies would adont to
ward us. He thought the general Opinion
of those who had gone to fight the battles
of the Union coincided with this view.
xne wuoie audience cheered lustily. Coch
rane is a prominent leader of the New York
It is decided by th'e Government to
push G0,000 troops into the West one
half through Kentucky, and the other
through Missouri. These, with the West
ern troops going forward, will swell the
vt cstern and southwestern armies to vast
proportions. Out of those pushing on into
Missouri, another wing will be formed, un
der a new cotnmarid, to proceed with the
new gun boats and transport steamers down
the Mississippi during the autumn months.
General Wool it is thought will command
the river fleet and army. In these three
branches of the Union army there will be
about 200,000 men.
m m m i
IS?" The Richmond Examiner of October
29th, announcing the departure of Mason
and Slidell for Europe, after exulting bver
their escape, exclaims : " Great will be the
mortification of the Yankees when they
shall have learned this result." How will
the Examiner feel when it shall have learn
ed the latest " result" of their expedition ?
ed to the progress ot the war. by land and sea.
the entire profits to be devoted to the patriotic
fund, for the support of the Volunteers and
their families It will be entitled
THE NEW YORK NAYAL AND
A large four page paper, and will contain a
full and rvliaole account of the movements of
the United States forces; the doings of the
rebel army, and every item of news of the
least interest connected with the Great Snug
gle. As the publisher will reap no advantage
from this undertaking, it is hoped that they
will be patronited a becomes a people deter
mine 10 support me Union, and succor and
maintain its brave defenders and their wives
The Naval And Mimtart Path Finder will
be published on Monday next, the 29th of
April, and every succeeding Monday. Price,
five cents per copy.
Yearly subscriptions, - 3,00
Shorter periods in proportion. A limited
number of Advertisements received. All or
ders, communications, &c., to be addressed to
. . DANIEL MITCHELL,
LAND JIGEWT) SURVEY OB,
( JUNCTION CITY, KANSAS.
AND WARRANTS FOR SALE FOR
Gash, and on time.
ted. Collections made
Land Warrants loca-
and Taxes paid for
" Editor of the Naval and Military Path-Finder,
GG Jjhn Street, New York." (n9tf
Milton E. Clark,
AT THE POST OFFICE, keeps the Leav
enworth, St. Louis, and Jfew York ilnilv
ana weeKiy papers. ALSO, Paper, Pens, Ink,
Envelopes, add Notions generally.
OTR FRIENDS and Customers wilt.
please take notice that we will mako
No More Credit Sales ?
This is positive aa3 final. All those indebted
by book acceilnt aro earnestlv reouestcd to
rcall and settle
A few goqd saddle' horses or poniea will be
taken in settlement, if delivered within two
weeks. &I REETER & STRICKLER.
EOCU CHASE, Proprietor.
, . 4 TOPEKA, KANSAS.
rpnE ABOVE HOUSE having undergone
a thorough renovation, and being pleas-
antly and ceutrnlly located in this thriving:
city, travellers will find it a pleasant stopping
From Junction City, about June 18V18GJ. a
dark brown steer two years old, partly white
faced, both hind legs white up to the first joint.
This steer was raised in the vieinifv of Auh
land. Anv tterson wivinc informntinn iiof
will lead to the recovery of the animal, shall be
liberally rewarded. W, K. BARTLETT
Winter. Last Sabbath evening Old Mother
Iaith donned a beautiful garment of white.
Monday morning the loveliness of the scene
was rendered unappreciable by the cold pierc
ing blast that swept across the praiiics fiom
the North. The Republican river is so coin-
i.iuici guiycu up vim ice as to maiie crossing
The Citt Hotel. This popular stopping
place has closed. Mr. Rogers, the proprietor,
preparing to tnigrnte to Fort Kearney. We aie
uuablc to say whether the establishment will
be rc-opened or not. In Mr. Rogers our city
will lose a courteous and agreeable gentleman,
and an invaluable citizen. He takes his family
with him. Much as we regret their depaiture,
yet our best wishes attend them wherever they
JCST Is It possible that there is not public
spirit sufficient in Junction td furnish a sexton
whose duty it shall be to prepare and keep in
oidcr the Hall for religious services? Last
Sabbath it was truly disgraceful. We think
the intellectual treats furnished by the Rev 's
Todd and Harford would be sufficient to impel
any one to tike charge of the room, and see
that it is in a condition suitable for the recep
tion of the people. Who will move in the
cared for and in comfortable quarters this winter.
The Position of Slavery in this
War. In a recent speech, Hon. George
Bancroft, the celebrated historian, ex-Min-ister
to England, and Democratic leader for
many years, said :
" 'Tis not a part of our duty to keep
peace in the rebel camps, nor is it the part
of manhood and of honor to return fugi
tives flying from oppression. At least the
people will not expect such conduct from
the officers who serve in their armies.''
Iu a recent speech in New York, Briga
dier General Iiurnside, of lthode Island, a
" We have had it thrown in our face tbrtt
tne very cause of this rebellion is a strength
to the enemy. But the time has come
when, if the real cause of this difficulty is
a strength to the cncinv, every eood sencr-
al in the field will strive to turn that pow
er to his own account."
droifcries, Provisions, Clothing, Dry Goods,
Hits and Caps, Boots and Shoes, fcj
getber with everything usual-
ly kept in a first class
. Country Store.
WILL recive every description of Country
Produce in exchange for goods, Buck as
wheat, corn, oats, pork, tallow, hides, potaloes,
turnips, onions, in fact nearly everything that a
ISfc. Missouri money taken at par if pre
W. E. SUTLIFP,
F. M; FLETCHER,
CARPENTER AND BUILDER,
Junction. City, Kansas.
WILL ATTEND TO THE ERECTION OF
all kinds of Buildings with neatness and
dispatch, g&- LAS and SFECIFICAf IONS
TERMS To suit the " HARD TIMES."
A. T. WINCIIELL7,
XITIIOLESALE DSALER IN
Foreign and Domestic Wines,
CIGARS, AND FANCY GROCERIES,
Opposite Eldridgo House, Lawrence, Kansas.
JD Orders from the country filled at St. Louis
prices, freight added.
TTL-os-ie'and Retail Dealer in
Eldridge House, Lawrence, Kansas.
ALSO, BLANK BOOKS or evert descrip
tion, School books. All the latest music
constantly on hand NcwmafS of the scat ot
war in Virginia and Missouri. All orders by
mail promptly attended to.
THE SMOKY HILL AND REPUBLICAN
A Weekly Family Newspaper, devoted id the
. BEST INTERESTS OF
J. STE WA R T, Proprietor.
KANSAS AVENUE, NEARLY OPPOSITE P. O.,
GOOD STABLE ACCOMMODATIONS
BOOT .AjSTD SHOE
CORNER WASHINGTON & 7tii STREETS,
Junction City, Kansas.
REPAIRING done on shott notice. TERMS
OxESootissnEL Less. We hafn hj the Man
hattan "Express" that the notorious lmrsp
thief, E. W. Branch, was arrested by the Dep
uty United States Marshal, a few miles from
that place. Tho arrest of this villain will
materially dampen the ardor of the rest of the
accursed banditti that infest this whole region.
There is an established line of them, extending
from Leavenworth to the Solomon, who practice
crimes that the emissaries of the Devil would
shudder at. There presence is therefore any
thing but agreeable, rnd any all means to
effect their utter extcrmation should be re
sorted to by our people. We stand ready to
congratulate our neighbors of Manhattan upon
the "caging" of a few more suspicious charac
ters in that vicinity.
The Treasury. The cash operation of
tho Ireasury Department at Washington
for four weeks in October were 92,834,
442. Last year it was less than S9,000,500.
Over 19,000,000 were paid over the coun
ter thirteen times as much as last year.
un one day last week, 81,7dU,UU0 were
paid orer the counter, and on each of scv
eral others, over 1,000,000 more. The
present demand was on account of two
months' pay of troops.
The Proprietor of the UNION. lip;nrr,lc;0
P 1 I-" ... . . ' b-.cuuo
ui fiicaumg us circulation throughout the I
weaiern pornon ot the State, calls upon all
friends of a
GOOD SOUND UNION PAPER -
TAXES TAXES !
G. W. SAPP,
CotiSTV Clerk of Shawnee county. Notary
Public, Legu. Conveyancer, and
General Business Agent,
"tiriLL ATTEND TO ALL BUSINESS
" entrusted to him. Collections made
and promptly returned. Taxes paid for non
rcKidents; all letters addressed to him Till
meet prompt attention.
office, oveb the tost OFFICE.
Kellam Broth ars,
PAINTS, OILS, JJYE-STCPFS,
&c, &c, &0.
ALSO AGENTS TOIL Att
CITY DRUG STORE,
El'IIRAIM II. SANFORD,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR,
WILL PRACTICE IN THIS JUDICIAL
District. He respectfully refers to Hon.
Judge Satford, Topeka; Hon. Judge Worces
tcr, Ndrwalk, Ohio ; Gov. S. Medary, "William
Medell, Ohio; W. Shannon, Kansas; R. C.
Rowers, New Lisbon, Ohio S. M. Strickler,
Junction City, Kansas.
Bgi, A Hexr York German paper states
that General Sigel favored Fremont's re
moval on the ground of incapacity as a mil
itary man. Sigcl did as much at least as
lremont m raising the army, and hia judg
ment is entitled to great weight. No offic
ers in his command have resigned or talked
of resigning since Fremont's removal.
1"Ifc is an interesting fact that the
capture of the rebel Ambassadors to France
and England, and the successful bombard
ment of Port Boyal, South Carolina, were
events of the ever-to-be-memorable 8th of
Jayhawking. This term has hecome vul
garized. The word originated among the Free
State settlers during the dark days of Border
Ruffian misrule, who were manfully comhatting
the agressions of the Slave power, and devoting
all their energies towards dedicating our fair
prairies to Free Labor. Its definition is, ' the
accomplishment of justice "by irregular means."
The settlers then meant by it, all honorable
means, in warfare, of crippling their oppres
sors. Now, it is applied to all manner of Crime,
from the stealing of a pin te that of a horse, and
the pillaging of a city. We hear reports from
different portions of this and Dickinsos county
of tho arrival of strange horses, which are
offered for sale at unusually low prices. Such
animals are "jay hawked." or in plainer lan
guage, stolen. We would therefore warn ow
people against investing largely in horse flesh
at the present time. Its " mighty unsartain,"
and there is no telling when the real owner
may come along and relieve you of the charge.
By the way, in some portions of the East, the
farmers of a oounty have an organization
styled the "Horse Thief Detecting Society,"
by means of which ample protectioa is far
nished its members, while those caught in the
act are prosecntedto the fullest extent of the
law- Why not have an sock an organization
here ? It works admirably wherever tried.
Union Cotillion Party
AGU4XD COTILLION I'AItTl
will be given at Wilson's Hall on
Thursday Eve, Dec. 34, iSGl.
A general invitation is extended to all who wish
to spend a happy Christmas Eve. Good Music
will be in attendance. Refreshments also, "a
gooa time is expected. Come one, Come all
Admission, $1 a couple. n!13t
In Davis, Dickins'on, Salina, Oltumwa, Morris,
Clay, Riley, Pottawattomie and Wabaunsee to
assist him in so doing.
The establishment of a newspaper, in times
like these, in a new country, is, of course, at
tended with maiiy embarrassments, and were
we not assured that the wants of tho people
and the material interests of this fair portion
oi our estate actually required a medium through
which to make known the m'any advantages we
possess over ether sections, and to attract hith
er the many thousand people who are constant
ly seeking homes in the great west, we should
have relinquished the enterprise long since.
Our aim will be to make
A FIRST GLASS FAMILY JOURNAL
IK EVERT SENSE OF THE WORD.
In order that it may the more generally rep
resent the interests of the west; and reflect the
opinions of opr people, we are soliciting com
munications from the various localities in this
section, en all matters of a local and general
Our terms of subscription are as low as we
can possibly make them and live by it. In
payment for the paper we aro willing to receive
nearly all kinds of larm produce, though a lit
tie cash is indispensable for procuring paper,
ink, and paying printers.
CRAIG UE & AiOON,
WHOLESALE 4 BETA1L DEALCFS IX
Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
Cigars and Tobacco,
KASSAS AV. OPPOSITE THE POST omCE,
CAJOL and SETTLE!
ALL PERSONS INDEBTED id 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
Persons having cattle that they will sell for
notes against good men, or goods out of my
store, enn find a market for them with the
undersigned: ROBERT WILSON,
nltf Post Sutlor, Fort Riley.
POST OFFICE, FORT RILEF, NOVEMBER
28, 1861. Postage Stamps of tbe new
issue will be exchanged for Stamps and Stamped
Envelopes of the old issue for six day from the
date of this notice. After that date old stamps
Win nut pujr iu9iage un leuers ai mis Oince.
ROBERT WILSON, P. I.
OF PORK WANTED, for which we will pay
the highest market price in goods or in
settlements of debts dne us
STRBEfER & STRICKLER.
IiOSTAGE STAMPS. Pursuant to instruc
tions from the Post Master General, I
hereby give notice that t have received tat new
Stamps and envelopes, and am prepared ta
exchange them for Stamps and Envelopes of
me om issue zor a penou oi six a ays iront the
date hereof. After that time old Stamps and
Envelopes will not be received in payment of
postage at this oflice, FOX BOOTH, PJJ.
ByG. F. Gordo, Deputy.
Riley Citv, November 28, 1861.
BY US IN PAYMENT OF NOTES AND
Account 8. It must be good and sound.
STREETER & STRICKLER.
The proprietor of the UNION, having at con
siderable expense fitted np a first class
JOB PRINTING OFFICE
would caU special attention thereto;
Every thing in the line of Job Work executed
with NEATNESS and DISPATCH, and in the
latest style of the art. We have not got the
test oflice west of .Leavenworth, but we are
supplied with all the material necessary for
executing all the varieties of work needed in
MORTGAGES and DEEDS,
of the latest styles;
of every pattern.
In fact, we are prepared to do
EVERY KIND OF JOB WORK. .
at the lowest price J
of all 7cin(7s of
JUNCTION CITY, KANSAS.
COFFINS made with neatness and dispatch.
MATTRASSES of all kinds constantly on
hand. All orders filled on short notice.
The attention of all persons, who purchased
portions of the estate of Louis Kettlass, deceased,
and whoo notes for the same I now hold, is
called to the fact that said notes are due the
13th of Nov. 18G1, at which time I shall expect
a settlement with nil parties. By prompt com
pliance, -considerable trouble, may be averted.
Respectfully, CHRISTIAN WETZEL.
JSSJJ UlUil I
JUNCTION CITY. KANSAS.
OFFICE ox Jefferson street, 2d door north of
. W. KINGSBURY, Vf r.
Washington Street, between Gth and fth,
W. BECKER, Proprietor.
BREAD AND CAKE
Winei, Liquors-, Tobacco,
CIGARS AND CANDV, ALL CHEAP,
nltf FOR CASH !
4 f 30, and 1C0 acre LAND WARRANTS
Trt- on hand, and for sale at the LOWEST
CASH PRICRS. Those buying Warrants at
this office way rjely upon being furnished with:
WARRANTS FULLY GUARANTEED.
Egi. Information given to (hose who arc
desirous of purchasing or preempting land in
this District. All correspondence promptly
attcnd6d to. Apply to
nltf WOODBRID'GE ODLIN.
lEAfeSIE & SlfflffEfc
Junctn City, Kansas.
SAMUEL ORR. P. E. WESTON
TniS HOUSE IS CONVENIENT TO THE
business centre of the city. No pains will
be spared to make eTerything satisfactory and
comfortable to our guests. Public tatronag"
! A GOOD LIVERY AND FEED 3TAt
BLE in connectien.
Ra D. MOBLEY,
District Clerk of Davis County
REAL ESTATE AND LAND AGENT,
WILL do business in the Land Office, and
give strict attention to paying taxes for
non-residents. OftSco on Washington street,
Taylor's Building, opposite the Eagle Hotel.
For Sale by
For Sale by
HARPER LESLIE, ajjd.otm Illustki
icd Weeklies, for sale by HALL.
CLARKE'S FEMALE PILLS
SHALLENBERUER'S FEVER and AGUE
Antidote for tale by HALL.
FRED. P. DREW,
OFFICE, AT THE EAGLE HOTEL,
STunctiori City, Kansas.
C K- GILCHRIST. A. J. WlLUAJffe
ATTORNEYS. AT LAW.
OFFICE, two doors south op Millie's Halt.
S PAULDING'S CELEBRATED GLUG
at the CITY DRUG STOKE? &-
S PAULDING :S Cwhalic PiUs at
MOFFATT'B MEDICINIS, '
BURNETT'S COCOAINE ro tmHAII?
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