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STATE OP KAKSi$l
Executive Department, j
Tn the observance of a universal custom,
as old aa the Commonwealths of the Union,
I, Thomas Carney, Governor of the State
of Kansas, do hereby desigoale and set
Thursday- tlie SGtli clay of Kovcinb'r,
next, as a day of Thanks-giving and Prayer,
The year now drawing to a close has been
one of great prosperity to the people of this
State. We have been blessed with genial
skies and fruitful fields. Abundant har
vests have compensated the labors of the
husbandman. In the midst of a depopu
lating and burdensome war, oar population
lias steadily increased, and our material in
terests have been advanced.
On the jlathas bet apart, let us assem
ble in our cuomary places of worship and
render thank's to Almighty God for thu
numberless blessings and mercies which
nave crowned th year ;m for the divine
wisdom which has directed, and the diviue
power which has protected us.
Let us be thankful for the success which
has attended our national arms ; for the
preservation of our noble Government ; for
the humiliation of its rebellions enemies
and, above nil, for the brightening promise
of universal Freedom.
Let us remember those whom the calam
iti&Wf honorable warfare and the atrocities
of Merciless fiends have afiiicted ; to the
widoed and orphaned let us extend our
liberality, and in their behalf invoke the
support, guidance and protection of Diviue
Finally, lefrushumbly acknowledge out
manifold sinj as a people, and pray Godto
preserve us from national decay ; to sustain
our rulers, and crown our arms. with victurj
such a victyry as shall ensurepormanent
tranquility to the country, and freedom to
our people. m
In testimony whereof I have hereunto
set my hand and caused the great seal of
the State to be affixed. Bone at Topeka,
this twenty fourth day of October, A. D.
it3. THOMAS CAKNEY.
The Journal of the Kansas State Agricultur
al Society will be published MONTHLY, com
mencing with May, '03.
Each number will contain at least twenty
fourpagoe (octavo) of reading matter, composed
principally of such portfoife of the transac
tions of the State and county Societies and
communications on the subject of Agiucui
tuke in all its braxches, Mechanical and
Household Arts and Industry, and Natural
History, as may require early publication.
All premiums offered and awards made by
the State Society will appear in its columns.
Officers of county- Societies and the people
generally are earnestly invited to contribute
to its columns.
Arrangements have already been made for
valuable (and biie essays upon Texas or
Spanish Fever in cattle a complete cure, and
aiso upon urape, Tobacco, and Hemp culture,
wiuua. jjituuuig, u ooi urowing, ace., ccc.
To place The Kaxsj Fimer within the
reach of all, the subscription price has been
FIFTY CENTS A YEAR!
Or to clubs of ten or more at fnrtv patiJq
per year for each copy, barely sufficient to
defray the cost of publication -payable invaria-
viy in aavance.
Will be inserted for one dollar per square of
ieu unes, lor me nrst insertion, and seventy
five cents each subsequent insertion.
One thousand copies will be issued from the
Nurserymen, Seedsmen," Implement Dealers
anu oiocjc growers will find The Kansas Far
tier a valuable medium for advertising. All
Ascriptions and communications should be
wQdrosscd to the undersigned, Topeka, Kansas.
F. G. ADAMS,
Secretary Kansas State Agricultural Society,
General Order No. 5.
Headquarters Kansas Militia, 1
TorEKA, October 2d, 1803.
In precincts where Militia Companies were
organized prior to the commencement of the
present year, but have failed to comply with
the law in matters of drill, reports, &c, and
new companies have been organized under
General Order, No. 1, from theso Headquarters,
absorbing a large proportion of the men en
rolled under the original organization, the last
organization will be recognized and sustained.
Members of such companies are cnioined to
faithfully obey all lawful orders of their offi
cers last chosen and commissioned.
By order of the ommandcr-in-hief.
G. DUDLEY, Adjutant General.
"Near Eldridso House,
LAWUKNCE, .... KANSAS.
Any order for
VRINTED, RULED or BLANK BOOK WORK
completed within our office, and under our
euperintendence, thus insuring accuracy,
dispatch and reliability.
fig?" Magazines, Pamphlets, Newspapers and
Damaged Books neatly and substantially bound
at reasonable rates.
We promise a faithful and prompt execution
vi mi urii iorwaracu to our office.
-Orders are solicited from Public Officers,
Merchants and good business men everywhere,
by mail or express.
TRASK & LOWMAN,
State Journal Office,
nll-2-ly Lawrence, Kansas.
GRAPE VINES B7 If All. !
T OFFER FOR SALE THIS FALL
J. and next spring over ONE THOUSAND
hardy, acclimated, (layered) Grape VineTtopts
of the Delaware, Diana, Concord, Taylor, (Bul
litt) To-Kalon, Franklin, &c.( &c. I also have
several hundred Isabella and Catawba Grape
Vine Roots for distribution. Send for,a "Price
Current List, enclosing a two-cent stamp to
pre-pay postage. A. M. BURNS,
2n46yl Manhattan, Riley co., .Kansas.
FRUIT TREES FOR SAU3.
The subscriber has on hand FIFTF THOUFa
AND APPLE TREES, or well-sklcctsb
varieties, as well as a quantity of Peach, Loesat
&c, fte , which he offers cheap for cash, er
will exchange for cows, youag stock or Kalr,
at reasonable prices. HIRAM BEAL,
Afihland Nurcery, Darli Co., Kansas. n4Sly
GOTTLIEB HELLER, IN PARTS UN-'
V known, will take notice that Charles
Ulemsen, as administrator of the estate of
John Fitzgerald, deceased, did, on the 23d day
of July, a. . 18C3, file hid Petition in the
District Court of the Third Judicial District
of the State of Kansas, within and for the
County of Davis, in said State, against the
said Gottlieb Heller, defendant, setting forth
that the said Gottlieb Heller gave a mortgage
to the said John Fitzgerald, in his lifetime, but
now deceased, on the south half of the north
east quarter and the north-west quarter of the
north-east quarter, and the north-east quarter
of the north-west quarter of section No. thir
teen (13), in township No. thirteen (18), south
of range No. six (6), east of Cth principal
meridian, situate in the said county of Davis,
to secure the payment of the sum of one hun
dred and seventy dollars, according to a certain
note referred to in said mortgage dated August
13th, 1859, payable one year after date with
interest from date until paid at the rate of four
per cent per month. The said plaintiff claims
the further sum of fifty dollars as liquidated
damages for foreclosure, as specified, in said
mortgage. That since the execution of the
said note and mortgage, the said John Fitz
gerald has died, and the said Charles Willem
seu was duly appointed administrator of the
estate of the said John Fitzgerald, deceased,
on the 11th day of June, a. b. 1803, by the
Probate Court of Douglas county. Kansas.
The said Gottlieb Heller is further notified that
he is required to appear and demur to or an
swer the said petition on or before the 13th
day of November, a. d. 1863, or the same will
be taken as confessed, and judgment rendered
accordingly. SHANNON & SHANNON,
Dated Sept. 12, 1803. Plaintiff's Att'ys.
Attest: R. D. Mobley, District Clerk.
C'HARLES C. JOHNSTON, non-resident of
the State of Kansas, will take notice that
Charles Willemsen, administrator of the estate
of John Fitzgerald, deceased, did, on the 23d
day of July, a. d., 1803, file his Petition in the
District Court of the 3d Judicial District of
the State of Kansas, within and for the county
of Davis, in said State, against the said Chas.
Kj. Jonnston, defendant, setting forth that the
said Charles C. Johnston gave a mortgage to
the said John Fitzgerald, in his lifetime, but
now deceased, on the south half of the south
east quarter of section No. twenty-three (23),
in township No. eleven (11), south of range
No. six (0), east of Cth principal meridian,
situate in the said county of Davis, to secure
the payment of the sum of ninety dollars, ac
cording to a certain note, referred to in said
mortgage, dated August 9th1859, payable one
year after date, with interest from date at the
rate of four per cent per month until paid.
The said plaintiff claims the further sum
of fifty dollars as liquidated damages for fore
closure, as specified in said mortgage. That
sinco the. execution of the said note and mort
gage, the said John Eitzgerald has died, and
the said Charles Willemsen t as duly appointed
administrator of the estate of the said John
Fitzgerald, deceased, on the 11th day of June,
A. d. 1803, by the Probate Court of Douzlas
county, A'ansas. The said Charles C. John
ston is further notified that he is required to
appear and demur to, or answer the said Peti
tion on or before the 13th day of November, a.
d. lbd, or the same will be taken as confessed
and judgment rendered accordingly.
isateu sept, l, it03.
SHANNON & SHANNON,
Attest: Plaintiff's Att'y a.
R. D. Moblet, District Clerk.
JOHN S. JOHNSON and J. E.3. STEWAT.T,
non-rcsidenta of the Stnte of Kansas, vrill
take notice that Charles "Willemsen, as admin
istrator of the estate of John Eitzgerald. de
ceased, did, on the 23d day of July, a. d. 18(53,
file his Petition in the District Court of tic
Third Judicial District of the State of Kansas,
in said State, against the said John S. John
ston and J. E. B. Stuart, defts, setting forth that
the said John S.Johnston gave a mortgage to the
said John Fitzgerald, in his life time, but now
deceased, on the north half of the south-east
quarter, and lots No. two (2) and three (3), in
section No, twenty-three (23), in township No.
eleven (11), south of range No. six (6), east of
the 6th principal meridian, situate in Davis
county, A'ansasfto secure the payment of the
sum of one hundred and seventy dollars, ac
cording to a certain note referred to in said
mortgage, dated August 9th, 18ofl, payable one
year alter aate, wnu interest irom date until
paid at the rate of four per cent per month.
The said Plaintiff claims the further sum of
fifty dollars, as attorney's fees for foreclosure,
as specified in said mortgage. The said J. E.
B. Stewart claims to have some interest in said
mortgaged premises, under the said John S.
Johnston. That since the execution of the
said note and mortgage, the said John Fitz
gerald has died, and the said Charles Willem
sen was didy appointed administrator of the
estate of John Fitzgerald, deceased, on the 11th
day of June, a. j. 1863, by the Probate Court
of Douglas county, A'ansas. The said John S.
Johnston and J. E. B. Stewart are further not
ified that they are required to appear and de
mur to, or answer the said petition on or before
the 13th day of November, a. d. 1863, or the
same will be taken as confessed, and judrment
Dated September 12, 1863.
SHANNON & SHANNON,
Attest: Plata tiff 'e Att'js.
R. D. Moblet, District Clerk.
On the 17th day of November, 1859, 1 en
tered, at the Land Office at Ogden, .Kansas,
north half of northeast quarter, southwest
quarter of northeast quarter and northwest
quarter of southeast quarter of section thirty
one (31), of township nine (0), south of .range
four (4), east, containing 100 acres, by locat
ing thereon Military Bounty Land Warrant
No. 90,447, act 1855, and receiving therefor
the Register's certificate Kb. 1159.
Also, at the same time and place, I entered
Lots three (3), six (0), and seven (7), of sec
tion thirty-two (3-), of township nine (9),
south of range four (4), east, containing 164
and 30-100 acres, by locating thereon Military
Bounty Land Warrant No. 21,957, act 1855,
and paying at the rate of $1,25 per acre for
an excess of 4 and 30-100 acres, and receiving
therefor the Register's certificate, No. 1160,
also Receiver's Receiptf No. 847.
Also, at the same time and place, the certifi
cate to lot number 3, infection 5, township 10,
south of range 4, east, containing 82 and
10-100 acres, entered by S. B. White.
The certificates and receipts above referred
to, having been destroyed, are lost. Notice-is
hereby given that on the'20th day ef October,
loon, x wiu appiy to ine register of the Land
Office at Junction City, JTansas, for the aata&ta
to the land described.
n45-7tpf $12. DANIEL 1L BATE.
BLAHS m all
ley SATE AX THIS f ttOI
STIEETEI & STIICILEI'S
LADIES' DRESS GOODS:
Latest FU and 'Winter Styles.:
Shawls, Hats & Hoods.
jaconets, Swisses; stripeiVI
and barred muslins.
SATINETS, TWEEDS, DENIMS
Jeans cfe ZDrills.
IN LARGE VARIETY, .
WHITE. BED. YELLOW BLQE i GBAY,
PLAIN AND TWILLED.
Mens' & Boys'
HATS AND CAPS,
OF ALL VARIETIES.
EEST AORTECENT IN .
SELLING AT FROM 15 to 25 CENTS.
Ken's and Childrecs',
Iron ITails Glass
lfc) GENERAL STOCK OF
Ola, & aKr&jzr&9
AND L O OKIWG- GLASSES.
COAL OIL LAMPS !
Oil cfis Cans.
1 FRUITS :
Fine Apples, Blackberrits,
STliWKllIES. CATS1T. 1H
TM, Cm Si
BOOTS & SHOES
For Men, Women ft Children
- ALL OF WHICH
WE.WIIrL BELL AT TJHB
Junction Cite, October SI, 186
? UjI Voi
Carney & Stevens,
Oomer Levee and Cherokee Streets'
Have in 6re the following stock of
c .Fresh Staple and Fancy
To which we" invite the1 special attention of
3000 SACKS OF FLOUR;
200 HHDS N. 0. MOLASSES j
500 BAKRELS LOAF, CRUSHED
100 .BARRELS CLARIFIED SUGAR;
100 BOXES HAVANA SUGAR j
200 BARRELS S. H. AND N. O. MOLASSES;
100 BBLS. PLANTATION MOLASSES;
509 Eagg Rio Coffee;
100 MATS JAVA COFFEE; .
1000 KEGS ASSORTED NAILS:
5C0 Boxa Ctr Canalcp;j, ij
100 BOXES MOULD- CANDLES;
100 PKS. MACKEREL VEfERMSbT
50 COILS CORDAGE I ' L i
100 BARRELS S. C, SODA:
1CD bss BABBITT'S SALARATUS ;
GOO BOXES YEAST POWDERS;
300 BOXES BASINS;
400 D3 I.7anufacturocX Tobacco;
lOO UOXJC3 OI SOAP;' '
100 HALF CHESTS OF TEA;
1000 BDLS WR AWING PAPER;
We have also on -hand a fine assortment ' of
V7LTIES AND OLD WHISKEY,
IN CASKS, QUARTER CASKS & 'BOTTLES.
FRUITS, PICKL3S.UC NUTS,
of all kinds.
SPICES OF ALL KINDS.
And in short, everything connected with the
CAN BE FOUND AT OUR -ESTABLISHMENT.
Outfitting for the Mines
will consult their interests by purchasing at
our establishment, as
OUR STOCK, IS COMPLETE,
PRICES REASOHABLE !
SIMEMBEB THE PLACI:
CORNER-LEVEE. AND CHEROKEE ST
Tr j ' :a i r a a--, wafi
1 - 3 L'i.
WATSON RINEBANT, '
&. - tSo. 12 14 J)elaaari Sireetl -, .
-LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS'. c
HAVE ON EXHIBITION A VERY L&tGl
and complete assortment of
s ,1 - x a ,
Foreign and Domestic
DRY "7 GOODS,
; BOOTS lJVT) SBOS,
HfTS, CAPS,. OARPKPS,
Oil Cloths fe Mattings.
WINDOW DAMASKS, WHITE
OIL SHADES, BUFF,
GREEN & BLUE WINDOW HOL
Curtain Fixtures, Ooraices,
Curtain. Bands, JETooks',
Retailers who wish to buy Goods at BOTTOM
PRICES, vrill do well to call and examine our
Stoen. fREMEMBER THE PLACE:
No. 13,. Delaware Street, ,
WATSON & BINE HART.
GROCERIES & PROVISIONS!
X. HAG EM A.
W. M. BAIRD.
M HAGrKIVrAISr & Co
WHOLESALE. GROCERS. AND
. .. &4c SHA. W.N JilHJ STREIBrr,
(Between 3d and ith,)
AVE UOW- IN STORE THE FOLXOWw
lowing- Fresh Groceries, to which they
invite the attention of purchasers :
Crushed, Powdered, Granulated, and New Or
- leans Sugars.
Java, Rio, Pure Ground, tlm, Dandelion, and
Essence of- Coffee.
H' " ' TEAS, '
Youag" Hyson, Gun Powder, Imperial
- ' Black Teas.
Sugar House, Golden and Union Syrupj
i . - I'lantation Molasses.
TOBACCO, Boxes & Cadies, Smoking and Chewing, Cigars.
Xo. 1 niid 2 in bbls., and bbls., also in kits,
'" Cod Fish. Scaled and Pickled Herring.
CAKDLES AND SOAP,
Cincinnati and St. L01113 Candles and Soap.
Best Baltimore-, in cans and half cans.
Every Variety of Canned Fruit.
' jS-UTS, PICKLES, SPICES,
"WOODJUN" "W-AJRJS, -Sec.
Country JIerch,ants and Outfitters for the
Plains will find it to their interest to examine
our stock. '
TEJTS Sf WAGON COVEIiS,
HAGEMAN & Co.
JOHN P. WILEY, or JUNCTION OITY,
keeps at his old stand,
The Claim HoTise3
a good assortment of DRY GOODS & GRO
CERIES, and PROVISIONS, as well as BOOTS
aad SHOES ; and he flatters himself, as he has
no. rent, clerk, or hauline to nav.thathe ii
able to sell as cheap as can oe bought at the
VAtail hAnoaa in l.anwAnwnw'tt ft
Having traded in St. Louis with Morgan &
McClung to over $50,000. and with Hensler &
Rossall, of Leavenworth City, and now selling i
ior prominent arms in i.eavnworin, i natter
myself that I am regarded as a . prompt and
well posted roan, prepared, if necessary to sell
goods for others on commission, on fair and
reliable terms, as well as to be able to sell
quite as cheap as they cab be purchased in
Western Kansas. Farmers, bring on your
HIDES AITD PRODUCE,
and exchange with me, and hunters, bring me
your FURS of all kinds: and I will prove my
proposition. I also keep a small amount of
LUMBER and COOPER STUFF
on hand for sale.
AMERICAN SUNDAY-SCHOOL UNION.
AUBURN, SHAWNEE Oon KANSAS.
S9 All communications relating to the organ
ization of Sabbath Schools, application for the
purchase or donation of books or papers, funds
to aid the work, etc., will receive careful at
tention by being addressed as above.td
Libraries selected, and all the publications
of the Society at Philadelphia Prices.
R. D. MOBLET,
District Clerk of Davis County
KEAL ESTATE AND LAND AGENT,.
WILL do business in the. Land Office,
give 1 strict-attention to" paying taxes
non-residents- Office 'on Washington street.
Taylor's BaildiBg, opposite the Eagle Hetel.
BOOT A SHOE KAEEB,
J 1 1 c 1 1 0 City,' R tkrt 'tr
, Repttrmj done on strt netiee. Terms Cash, ,
roa iux at this omo,
THE LEAVENWORTH -
npHE LEAraWORTH4 XTENING 3TTL---
LETIN has now been established. oa
year, aad ii-well knowa throughoit Xnm.
Its success thus far Las.beea greater thaa aafr
other jouraal erer established in th Tft
The proprietors are experienced newspaper
men, and thoroaghljr know the tattte nd
wants o the people of this State.
There! are three cditidns of this paper, Tix :
Printed crery afternoon at I'Vclock, containi
the latest telegraphic dispatches and local
news Hp to the time of going to press. Termi
6 per annua.
THE TBI-WEEKLY BULLETIN
Is issued every Monday, Wednesday and Fri
day, and contains the news of the Daily, at S3
per annum. "
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN
Is issued every Tuesday, and is made up ax-
OHE DOLLAR A UL
Tne Bcttrrix is a 7iM-papcr In the best
sense of the word. Its cplSnfns iSll TotUah!
news upon all subjects and from all quarter?.
It will endeavor not to deceive its readers hj
the distortion of reports or misrepresentatioJ
of facts, but will furnish upon all subjects the
fullest and most reliable information that can
be had, accompanied by such comments as
truth and not prejudice shall seem to warrant
special attention will be given to the local
and commercjal news of Leavenworth Ciir
and the State generally. As a commercial
journal The Builetix will be found unexcelled
for accuracy and reliability. This department
of the paper is under the charge of a compe
We are confident that every family which
Bxfbscnbes for The Wekkiy Bvllktix wiU
agree that is a companion of far greater value
than its price.
A specimen copy furnished gratis to an
who desire it.
SAVE YOUR MONET!
DAMIES. IUT0I k CI.,
1 RE NOW RECEIVING THE LARGEST
and BEST assortment of
GOODS, DESS GOODS. PA-r?r
NOTIONS, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS,
CAPS, CLOTHING, CARPETS.
" Je, Jt., ,Jc.
that was ever brought to this market, and they
At prices that DEFY COMPETITION. Ills
idle to attempt to enumerate all the various
articles comprising their exteuaive stock. It
is suKicient to bay that they have
Every Thing You Want!
In the above line of Goods, in the greatest
variety, of the latest styles, and of the besi
materials, -which they offer at
They Purchased Largely '
BEFORE the LATE HEAVY ADVANCES
IN THE EASTERN MARKETS,
and are enabled to sell
New York Price
And will give their customers the BnEFI
OF THEIR EARLY PURHASES. axlJ-
CALL AlfD SEE FOR TOUR
THE GOIDS MIST BE S8LI ! ..
DO NOT FORGET THE NUMBER,
' JXo. 52 Delaware Street,
North side, between 2d & 3d,
B. L. JORESJ ?
SALINE COUNT', KANSAS.
QN HAND TO -TRADE FOR STOCK OR
V7 CASII, several improved JkiauiaSaliaa
County; also a house and Iotfii the town of
Salma. I buy and sell land and stock, at a fair
Commission, and assist emigrants ia makinr
The HoiBMttai Bill fees PaetW,
And now is the tiae foremigraatstogetGOOD
H03IES. No land ia this county ha beam
offered at Public Sale, and will all ha hilt
under the Homestead Act.
Call upon or address ma at 8aliaa, BaliM
Co, Kansas. a36tf H. L. JON M.
LAND AGENT, SURVEYOR
JUNCTION CITY, lANgAf,
T 1JI0 WAMalTI ferial
CaUettieu matt aad Taata paU h
Inaifionto other matters a portion of 1
columns ollour TVecklr edition u-ni !,0.-iS