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JUNCTION, SATURDAY. JAN. 10, 1SC3.
THE CASH MUST INVARIABLY ACCOIT
TANY LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS.
"Wiley 1ms received large additions to his
jlock of eoods, and is rapidly disposing of them.
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Junction lias now a singing school in running
order. Hersej superintends.
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General Blunt has been nominated bj the
President a Major-General.
The remains of Captain Clarke: arrived at Fort
Riley last Thursday evening, and will be buried
this afternoon with Masonic and military honors.
A. letter has been received from Philcs, but too
late for this week. It will lose none of its in
terest by next.
Dj A Union church was formed last Sabbath,
and the first communion partaken of. The Rev.
William Todd i3 pastor.
Attention is called to the advertisement of
John Pipher & Co., of Manhattan. They have
everything requisite to meet the wants of West
ern Kansas, and withal are gentlemen pleasant
to deal with.
"O Towle !: Purinton have opened a new
blacksmith shop in town, at Kern's old stand.
This will be more convenient to our farmers, as
one shop was unable to supply the demand for
O Senator Strickler, and Representative Mil
ler, of Dickinson, left last Thursday for the State
Capital. Representative Gordon s:S't3 to-day.
They refused to join the Good Templars previous
to starting say they're .going to represent us of
"bust," which is a slur on this country.
"H O Captain Harvey's company, the Ogdcn
"Mud-Sills,"' now G company, Tenth Kansas,
suffered as follows in the battle of Prairie Grove:
Killed Charles Kycr. Wounded 1st Sergeant
G. Wohlwend, shoulder slightly ; Corporal L.
Hastings, side, severely ; Corpor.il W. C. Harris,
elbow, slightly : John Bums, breast, slightly ;
It. F.Young, leg, slightly.
ID" At the School Meeting, held last Wednes
day evening, the vote levying a tax of one per
cent, in this District for school purposes was
reconsidered, and one-half the tax rescinded.
The tax is now one-half per cent, and to be de
voted to the maintenance of a school only. The
idea of building is therefore dropped for the
ID" The storeroom of Streeter fc Strickler has
of late been so bountifully replenished as to par
take more of a wholesale establishment. Loads
of goods continually arrive, which indicates an
extensive business. Their building is packed
with the best and most complete assortment of
cverj'thing needed" in any market.
New Yeui's at Manhattan. All accounts
agree regarding tho handsome st3"le in which
passed off the festivities at this place. The ora
tion was delivered at two o'clock by Mr. Sanfurd.
The Ladies' Fair in the eiening was a complete
success, ind the proceedings of the entire da'
highly creditable to those in charge. The ladies
realized between one and two hundred dollars
'or the benefit of the Baptist church.
Married. In the Methodist Episcopal church,
at Manhattan, by Rev. Mr. Beckwith, of the
Congregational church, E. II. Sanford to Mary
J. St. John, of Manhattan.
At the residence of Mr. Furrow, January 4th,
by the Rev. J 0. Forseman, Mr Elms Montague
nnd MissRnnECC Bowers, both of Davis county.
In this cit, on the Sth inst.. b' G. F. Gordon,
Esq., Albert Wagner and Mart Uliucit, both of
IDWc neglected last week to iperik of the
Masonic festivities in this city on the 27th ult
Mr. Mostacle delivered a highly interesting
oration, briefly reciting the history of Masonry
from the days of antiquity down, embracing
statistical evidences of its rise and progress, and
recounting the blessings it cr.sts around, wind
ing up with an excellent defence against the im
putations of its enemies. Quite a number re
mained in the Hall, nnd pleasantly whiled away
a few hours in the mazes of the dance.
Caitain Ciiaules F. Clarke. We find the
following notice of this lamented Soldier in the
Leavenworth Times :
' The body of Captain Clarke, 6th Kansas
Volunteers, and A. A. G on General Denver's
staff, arrived in this city 3-eslcrday from Tennes
see. The coffin was placed in an ambulance,
nnd, draped with the National flag, was escorted
through tho city by Captain Stout's company of
the 3d Wisconsin cavalry. The remains of the
gallant Captain are now on their way to Fort
JUilcy, where his family reside.
"We learn that the death of Captain Clarke
was sudden, resulting from an accidental poison
ing. He was well known by many of our citi
zens, and by his fellow soldiers he has always
been respected and esteemed. He had served
two enlistments in the regular army, previous to
the breaking out of the war, as regimeutaL Q. M.
Sergeant of Cavalry, and "was" held in the high
est regard bv those who knew and were aiso-J
dated with him in the army.
0ln a letter from "Byron" we learn of the
following additional unfortunates from this
neighborhood : "John Thompson, of Manhattan,
will hardly survive hi- wounds ; Eggleston, of
Junction, slightly wounded." Speaking of the
sanctified horror affected by the people when
Union troops enter their corn-fields on Sunday,
he gives us the following, which is a fair sample
of the murderous bushwhacking propensities of
the same people : "A young man by the name
of John Davis, of Riley count-, who enlisted
last September in C company, was waylaid by
these miscreants a short time since, and instantlv
killed. He was much esteemed by his comrades."
There seems to be some doubt about the death of
John Mifler, noticed last week; Byron says he
is only wounded. The letter closes as follows
"lour humble correspondent is now confined
within the narrow limits of a hospital (not a
cell;, severely but not dangerouslv wounded,
trying to console himself with the very soothing
renection that the rights of our Government will
be fully established, and this war will cease."
The Band, of Hopk. Herewith is the pledge
required of the youngster who unite with this
Band. We understand it will be organized
to-morrow, in Sabbath-school :
A pledge we make
No wine to take. r
Nor whiskey hot, ., j ...
That makes tlie sot
Nor fiery rum,
That ruins home.
Nor will we sin -1
By drinking gin
Hard cider too
Will never do ; " ' ""
Nor brewer's beer
Our hearts shall cheer; ' .
Tor these to taste, ' '
The drunkard's haste.
And I would not
Become a 6ot.
So here we pledge perpetual hate
To all that can intoxicate.
Died. On the 20th of November, 1862, in
Brush Valley, Indiana county, Pennsylvania,
John Mahtix, Sa.; grandfather of the junior
editor of this paper. He was well-advanced in
years, and one of the early Scotch-Irish pioneers
of that section of country. His daily wnlk and
conversation being fully up to the rigid notions
of the Old Covenanters, he has gone to enjoy
that repose in realms on high, prepared only for
those who do His will.
TO ALL OUR WESTERN FRIENDS,
And others, as you come to mill, will want to
buv somo Goods, Cheap for Cash, call at the
at the old standi
No. 353 Foyntz Avenue.
WE 11 VE JUST RECEIVED FROM
the Philadelphia market, a large assorts
ment of Goods, consisting of
Dry Goods Clothing
Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps,
m,&m? mmm me9
TOBACCO, TEA, SUGAR,
SOAP, GOAL OIL,
and other things too numerous to mention.
Bfigt-ALSO. Agents for Ayer's Celebrated
All person -desiring to invest Cash for
good Goods will please call nnd loo'k through
our slock. JOHN PIPER & Co.
Manhattan, Dec. 25, 1SG2.
WATSON & BRACE,
wholesale dealers in
BOO TS AJ D SHOES,
emin is DUTfiTTme goods.
Xo. 12, Delaware Mrrct,
EDDY & ARNOLD,
"Wholesale Dealers in
JP-A-IZSTTS, OILS, BRUSHES,
Glassicarc, Perfumery, Fancy Articles, &c.
A Full Stock of
Z2 C5 J3k. TSLa 4Cz JC WLs
LAMP AND LAM? riXTUUES.
contantly on hand.
No. 10 Delate arc Street, corner Main,
JAMES B. DAVIS,
Manufacturer and Dealer in
Of every style and Description,
A Large Assortment of
101 llfl U METMUC CAS1S
Constantly on hand.
6G Dclaicarc Strcet,hct. Second and Third,
J. JULIUS KELLE31,
Manufacturer and ISIiolcsale and Retail
415 CHEROKEE sV., NEAR BROADWAT.
ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED, AND
WAKE DELIVERED AT EVERY
PLACE IN KANSAS.
ALL WARE WARRANTED.
R. 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. Office on, Washington street,
Taylor's Building, opposite the Eagle Hotel.
S. B. WHITE,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR
JUNCTION CITY, KAN'S AS.
WILL PROMPTLY ATTEND TO ALL
business entrusted to his care in Western
Kcnsas. . r . v ,. nltf
FRED. P. DREW,
Jundion City, Kansas.'
J. STE Wrf R T, Proprietor;
KA58AS AVKCE, SBABLT OFPOBITX P. 0.,
GOOD STABLE ACCOMMODATIONS
ISTJEW . ,
DRY GOODS HOUSE
. 'AT- LEAVE JW&RTffl
The undersigned has opened a new
Wholesale '& Retail
My goods house
At the Old Established Store,
No. 50 Delaware St. Bet. 2d & 3a.
Our Stock will be ENTIRELY NEW,
and, without enumerating, we would
Bay that it comprises
Everything in (his Line!
Merchants and Settlers of
Will do well to give us a call when they
- isit Leavenworth.
' R. C. BRANT & Co.
THOMPSON, WOODRUFF & Co
" Exclusively WJiolesale Dealers in
fORLIlIN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS.
VA.VKE E JVO TIO NS !
To the Merchants of
KANSAS. COLORADO, AND NORTH
We arc now openin .direct from the manufac
turers, A LAME STOCK OF
ON MAIJf STREET, BETWEEN SHAW
NEE AND DELAWARE,
(Old Stand of Lucas & Donaghv.)
We would call the attention of all to our Mam
moth Stock before mnkin purchases elsewhere.
In our stock will be found all rade3 of
BROWN SHEETINGS, DENIMS,
and the latest and most desirable styles of
PRINTo, Delaines & LAtfNS.
A very extensive stock of
All oftchich ice offer at
Unprecedented Low Priced !
WE WILL WOT RETAIL,
hence offcr to dealers the benefits r.ccrnin from
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THOMPSON, WOODRUFF & Co..
Muin Street, bet. Shawnee and Delaware,
Groceries, Provisions, Clothing, Dry Goods,
Hats'and Caps, Boots and Shoes, t
gether with everything usual
ly kept in a first class
WILL recive every description of Country
Prodnce in exchange for goods, such as
wheat; corn, oats, pork, tallow, hides, potatoes,
turnips, onions, in fact nearly eyery thing that a
15, Missouri money taken at par pre
rented soon. nltf
FRUIT TREES FOR SALE.
'I" he subscriber has on hand FIFTY THOUS
L AND APPLE TREES, or well-selected
varieties, as weli as a quautity of Peach, Locust
&c, &c , which he offers cheap for cash, or
will exchange for cows, young stock of , grain,
at reasonable prices. HIRAM BEAL,
Ashland Nursery, Davis Co., Kansas. n4Gly.
wm; h. Mckinley,
Tenders his service'? to the people of DAVIS
and adjoining counties.
Refers to Union Office or f 0 S. M. 8trickler,
Junction City, or to WM. H. Mr.KINLEY,
n49-tf.) Eenton, Davis Co., Kansas.
Stove & Tinner's
0- 51 DELAWARE ST... NEAR THIRD,
EVERY THING REQUISITE IN THESE
Branches of Business constantly on hand.
Tinners can buy their goods of me as cheap as
in St. Locis. Having an extenswre workshop,
particular attention given to the WHOLESALE
TRADE.' Orders solicited.
F. U. JIERK.
Stti3ner and ,,
School Books, Blank Books,
. every description of
fSIITIK. 115 Illffllfi PIPli,
Furnishing & Paper Warehouse
67 DKLAWAMI 8IUKT,BET.3d & 4th,
THE HIGHEST PRICK PAID FORRAOS.
S. FECBUEIflER & Co.
Nb. 50 Main Street,
HAVE IN STOftE AND ARE
COiraTAiTTLY RECJiU.VrXG- A
Varied Assortment of
Ready M a d e
HATS AND CAPS,
BOOTS id m
fcc ,, fec.
E MANUFACTURE OUR OWN
Goods in Philadelphia, and can compete
II. amuiY AID PRICES
with any house west of Cincinnati. The atten
tion of buyers is invited to our stock, and a call
solicited before purchas'ng elsewhere.
S. FECHIIEIMER & CO.
FAIRCfflLD KING & Co,
KO. 52 MAIK STUZKT, (AMOONV BUILDINGS, )
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
HATS AND GAPS,
CARPET, OIL CLOTHS, &c
KEEP CONSTANTLY ON IIAND
A ttjijU AssoirraiEiN-T for
and have now in store A NEW AND IIEAVY
STOCK, purchased previous to the late adv.mcc
in prices, consequently we can sell as LOW
AS ANY HOUSE IN THE WEST.
Orders Respactfally Solicited
STRAW GOODS, ,
. . WiLLpWWARE,
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
F. IjVC Y AWfi S TJPLE
Orders will be promptly filled and carefully
S. M. R0THQHILD,
Fo. 71 Dclatcafe Street,
Leavenworth City, Kanni.
of all kinds of
JUNCTION CITY, KANSAS,.
COFf JN8 taida with neatness and dispatch.
MATTRASSES of all kinds constantly on
hand. All orders filled om short'no'tice.
EPHAIM H. SAKFORD, . .
ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR
Council Grove, Kauai. i
WILL PRACTICE IN THIS JUDICIAL '
District He respectfully refers to Hon.
Judge SafTord, Topeka; .Hon. Judge Worces
tr, Nonralk, Ohio; Cot. S. Medarj, WHH
Medell, Osd;t.W. Shannoa. Kansas; R. C
Rovers, Na Lieboa. Ohia; 8.-M. Strickler, .
MRS. S. M. STRICKLER,
ofjunction Agent for
Wheeler fc Wilson's
Wheeler & JVilsohs
HAVE WON THE
at the Fair of the
TJ. S Agricultural
And at the State Fairs of Maine, Vermont,
New York, Pennsylvania, Mississippi,
Ohio. Illinois, Michican.Ccnnecticut,
Sew Jersey, Virginia, Missouii;
Indiana, Kentucky, "Wiscon
sin and California.
We prefer tlieia, for Family Use. N.Y. Trib
They are the Fcronte for Familiel. New
It has Xo Rival Scientific American.
There are 85,000 Machines in use in this
cosntry and in Europe.
This Machine id Treatable nnd Available a
It is equal to Ten Seamsti esses.
An Annual Dividend of 100 to GOO per cent
(on its cost) may be obtained in use by its
This is the only Scwinjr Machinb ic the world
making the Lock-Stitrh with the Rotating Hook
and, using the Glass-Foot.
The Sales 01 the Wheeler & Wilson Machine
in the single year of 1851 amounted to 10,727 ;
being SC92 more than the combined sales of all
o;hcr Sewing Machines.
No. 1. Medium, on Table, - $05.00
No. 2. Improved Black, on Tabl3 55 00
No. 3. Black on Table, - 45.00
No. 4. Large Machine, - - 75 00
No 5. Cylinder Machine, S5,Q0
Instructions will be given to r.ll persons wish
ing to learn the use of the .Machine, whether
they become purchasers or not.
gQF-To Ministers of the Gospel raid for
Charitable Purposes, the Machine are sold at
From the Celebrated Manulactory of George
A. Prince & Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
Of Piince's Melodeons have been finished and
are now in use.
B'ihe First Premium has uniformly been
awarded io these instruments wherever exhib
ited in competition with others.
New Organ Melodcon (for churches) $350.00
Double Bank, Double Ueed Melodeon, 150.00
Piano Style, Double Reed Melodeon, 150,00
Piano Style, Six Octave Melodeon, 130,00
Double Rced,Fi7e Octave Port.Melodcon.130,00
Five Octave, Portable Melodeon, 75 00
Four and a half Octave Port. Melcdcon GO 00
Four Octave Portable Melodcon, 45.00
fiSr Messrs. THOMPSON, ttOODRUFF &
Co., of Leavenworth, are the Sole Agents for
Kansas of these jutly celebrated instruments.
They have given the sub-agency to Mrs. S. M.
Strickler, who will secure au instrument for
any person who wishes to purchase at the pub
lished prices. June 2G, 18G2.
MALE OK FEMALE AGENTS
LLOYD'S NSW STEEL PLATE COUNTY. COL
ORED MAP OF THE UNITED STATES,
CANADAS, AND NEW BRUNSWICK.
From recent surveys, completed Aug. 10,
18C2; cost $20,000 to engrave it and one year's
Superior to any $10 map ever nude by Col
ton or Mitchell, and sells at the low price, of
fifty cents ; 30,000 names are engraved on this
It 13 not only a County Map, but it is also a
COUNTY AND RAILROAD MAP
of the United States and Canadas combined in
EVERY RAILROAD STATION
and distance between.
Guarantee any woman or man $3 to $5 per
day.and will take back all maps that cannot
be sold and refund the money.
Send for-Sl.worth to try.
Printed instructions how to canvass well,
furnished all our agents.
Wanted Wholesale Agents for our Maps in
evere State, California, Canada, England,
France and Ciiba. A fortune can be made
with a few hundred dollars dapital. No com
pktitioh. J. T. LLOYD, No 131 Broadway,
r The War Department uses our Map of Tir
ginia, Maryland, and Pennsylvania, cost $100
000, en whieh is marked Antieiam Creek,
ShaipsbY'g, Maryland Heights, "WiHismspcrt
Ferry, I horersville, Nolana's Ford, nnd all
others on the Totomac, and ercry other place
in Maryland, Virginia, and Pennsylvania, or
TOPOGRAPHICAL MAP OF KENTUCKY.
OHIO, INDIANA and ILLINOIS,
is the only authority for Gen. Bucll and the
War Department. Money refunded to anyone
finding an error in it.
Price 50 -cents. -
From the Tribune, Aug. 2.
" LLOYDS MAP OF VIRGINIA, MARY
LAND AND PENNSYLVANIA This JMap is
very large : its cost is but 25 cents, and it is
TUB BESTL.WHICH CAJ. BE PUBCnASZn." .
LLOYDS GREAT MAP OF THE MISSIS
SIPPI RIVER From Actual Surveys by Capts
Bart and Wm. Bowen, -Mississippi River Pilots,
of St, Louis, Mo., shows every man's planta
tion and owner's name fiom St. Louis to the
Gulf of Mexico 1,350 .miles every sand -bar,
island, town,, landing, and all places. 20 .miles
back from the river colored in counties and
States. Trice, $ I in sheets, $2, pocket form,
and $2-50 on linen, with rollers. Ready Sept.
20. . .
Navt DErAiroiKST, Washixotos, Sept. 17, 'C2.
J. T. Lxorn Sip.; Send me your Map of the
Mississippi River, with price per hundred cop
ies. Rear Admiral Charles H- Davis, command
ing the Mississippi .squadron, is authorized to
purchase as many as are required for the use
of that squadron. GIDEON "WELLES,
Secretary of the Navy.
, .EDWABD W. SEYMOUR, M. I).
OFFICE, AT THE CITY DRCG STORE,
Junction City, Kansas.
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF. COAL OIL
JLnmatpaUff CITY DRUG STORE. "
J5TJSTTAULR & BROTHER'S
NEW YORK STORE,
Corner of Third and Delaicare Sts.,
Have just received a full assortment of
Gr E !N" T S5
ivfjtev m:vss goods:
KID GLOVES, nOSIERY, NOTIONS, ic,
Which we offer to the Public at the
lioTrest Casli Prices !
to vrnoLEjar. unrEns
We would only sit, one of our firm, beinc con
stantly ia New York, we arc enabled, to keep
up the best selected stock west of St- Louis,
4 and buying ,
Exclusively ftr Cas:j',
n-c can sell Goods cheaper than any other
House in the Western Country.
The constant demand on us for Goods from
Country Merchants, has induced us to
open au exclusive
Which enables us to
FILL ANY ORDER !
ENTRUSTED TO OUR CARE.
3TETTATJER & BRO.,
NEW YORK STORE,
Corner Delaware & Third Sts., Leavenworth.
THE AID OF
t AS JUST RECEIVED AT THE
Big Stone Store
HIS KEW STOCK OF FALL GQ0D2
COMPRISING ALL THE ARTICLES.?
USUALLY KEPr IN A
FOSST SLASS STiBE
He invites particular atten'lou to his splendid!
, stock of
direct from New York City,
ne Catters himself that ho has now on hand
THE NEWEST AND BEST STOCK OF
GOODS IN THIS LINE IN WEST
comprising the VERY LATEST STYLES, which"
in view of the HARD TIMES, ho offers at tha
He has the most complete stock of
ever offered in this market. Among the end
less variety of ai tides will be found plenty of
staples, such as
PRINTS, DENIMS, TICKINGS. SAT
INETS, DOMESTICS, STRIPES,
CAS1MERES, JEANS, ic.
Ana OtHer Goods in This Line'
nuai-fcittlj 1IA1J3 jU bAl'S.
His GROCERY; DEPARTMENT is up to tho
fullest standard, and comprises .
SUGARS, MOLASSES, SOAPS, FISIi,
CANDLES, TEAS, COFFEE,
TOBACCO, OILS, ,
DRIED FRUITS AND SPIC'3;
Lard and 33acori. ,
SALT BY THE SACK OK 13A1UIEL.
SCHOOL BOOKS, SLATES A?7D
john vriLson. . stewart hasting, Ja
WILSON & HASTINGS.
Formerly John W'ikoa it C'o.
"Wholesale and Retail
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Iron, Sterol, !sax!s,
No. 2G Delaicare clreet,
LEAVENWORTH; - KANSAS
T WE ATTENTION OF BUYER3 IS
. Invited to our Stock, which will be found,
as complete as any in the West ; and we are
determined thatia the matter of
So firm west of St. Loni? shall give ,
BETTIS SSQBS FOB LESS . I0IEY f
Will pay jpartictdar attention to
Orders from-the Country
Filling them Promptly rnd Faithfully.
ny Remember the place and addrei s
wilson & Hastings; ,
No 23 Delaware St. bet. Maiu & Second.
R. J3. Ijockwood,. ,
CLERK OF THE DISTRICT
COURT FOR MORRIS
Offiee at the Post Office in Conioil Grot. Kt
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