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Junction, Kansas, Nov. 19, 1864.
rrThebbatlischool is not yet aa full as it
ought to be. It is becoming more interesting
each Sabbath. last Sabbath one little girl re
cited over nine hendred questions, and some
half-dozen others aid over five hundred. Let
tiery family send their children out.
Rfgisteu of Deeds. J have appointed Henry
Ganz Deputy Register of Leeds for Davis, Clay
cud Ottawa counties.- Persons having business
vith the office will find the books at his store.
Wm. S. BLAKELY,
Register of Deeds.
In Business Agaix. Henry Ganz has re
purchased his entire stock of goods, and again
guides the helm of business at the old stand.
This will be gratifying to his many old custo
mers, who were loth to part with him after so
many years of pleasant business intercourse,
lie has now gone to Leavenworth and .Kansas
City, and will return in a few days with as
large and complete a stock of gooJs as was
ever brought into Western A'ansxs. Parties
wishing to buy had better await lvs anival.
A Fine Stock of Gcods.
Junction City, Not. 18, 1SG4.
Messrs Hlakcly C? Martin: We wish
through your paper to inforu the people of
Western Kansas thai we now have, aud will
be constan'ly rrci'ivitig, a la-go and well
pi lected stock of Dry Goods, Ready Made
nothing, Boots & Shoes, lints & Caps
Hardware, Qnccnswar, Arc, &.
r Our goodd were sflvted with special rof
erence to the wants of I Lis section, and will
lr; sold at a very small advanco on cost and
transportation. Goods of every description
an very high ; but wj have njside it a point
to buy the best goods in market, believing
ih-it tlicy will in the cud be the cheapest
ami give better satisfaction to our customer?,
whom we strive to please in qualify as well
as in priic.
Our htoek of Boots & Shoes is the best
wc ever brought to this market. We have
Men's Boots of all d esc.: prions ; Roy's and
Children's YonU of all sizes ; Men's Wo
men's, Roys', Misses' and Children's Shoes
of all sizos and qualities. Our stock of
Ladies' Shoes is largo, and no one can fail
to be suited. Wo also have Ladies nnd
Our stock of Clothing is gn)d ; we haw
Business Coats, Ovei coats, Pant., VvMs
f'udcrshirts, Drawor. CaaimcruO-'or-liirts,
,Utiek Gloves, Buck Gyantlets. Men and
lJjys berks, bears 4Wnnorts, .., tVo
Wc have a splendid assortment of IT.it.
,S. Caps Hats of all t-ty 1k, from 81.50 U
87. lu Caps wc have Cloth, Plush, bcal,
Reaver, &c, &c.
c have a beautiful selection of Print.-
di) laiuc--, FCOtch plaid-, lmlios' eloth.
plain and punted fl.(::ncl, plaid linseys, &o.
Av) ladies' hood?, nubias and son tags in
iYu.uMon : caimcres, sauneti-.ueavy i-.vni.-
:., for pants ; b! aohcil and brown .-hcut
i, dtilU, cf'tton flannel, white bed blank-
-, grey blankets, etc.
Axes Hiul hiifte-', bos' axes, hatched
liiiiincrs, gunu sionos aim nxruros, gran
Fv.K)t)s, straw cutter", iron, nails, ghi's, nut
flj. etc.. glass cut to any required size.
We have the best and most complete
siusng cutter and stutler ever manufactur
ed. We have used them, and will warran"
them to cut moioand give better satisfaction
than any other cutter in the country.
Among our canned fruit, & , wo have
peaches, plums, cherries, gooseberries, black
berries, whortleberries, strawberries, pine
apples, green peas, tomatoes, oysters aodJ
bonev. Wo have a splendid article of honH
cy put up in tin cans In d.'ed fruits w
have peaches, blackberries, cherries, prunes
Wo also keep an assort meni of school -
books McGulTev's readers and spellers.
Wilson's readers, elementary spelling book,
Ray's arithmetic and algebra, PinneoV
grammars, Cornell's geography and Spen
cer's copy book. Wo have also an assort
ment of blank books, memorandum books,
diarys for 18G5, paper, envelopes, steel
pens, Morton's gold pens, pencils, ink, etc.
Cigars wc will sell by the box as low as
they can be got from Leavenworth.
It is our intention to largely increase our
business, and we shall endeavor to keep
everything in our line tbat may be called
xfor. Anv article not on hand will bo or
4wkrod immediately. By 'aa arrangement
with the Express Company we can receive
goods from Leavenworth within four or five
days from the time they are ordered.
We will pay the highest market price for
Corn nnd Pork. At present wo are paying
81.50 per bushel for corn shelled and de
Relieving that our facilities are such that
wo can make it to the interest of those
wanting anything in our line to purchase of
Us, wc invite all to call and examine our
goods and prices before making their pur
STREETER & STRICKLER.
Tim Np.w York Herald has a sketch of
the movements of Sherman and Hood, since
Sentpmbcr. When Hood commenced his
flank movement in November the army of
the Tennessee left Rome and was en route
to Atlanta. On the 4th of November the
5tbf 14th. 15th, ICth, 17th, and 20th
corps had been concentrated at the last
named city. Preparations aro being made
to Win a movement. Sherman felt in the
highest spirits and telegraphed
l!nne in thoan remarkable words
X Hood has crossed tbo Tennessee, Thomas
M. . i r i.:m trA VicViim11p. Scho-
Wlit laKecaru ui uiiu u.. o-
field will not let him into Chattanooga or
Knoxville, Georgia and South Carolina
are at my mercy. I Bhall strike. Don't
be anxious about me. I am all right."
This is his adieu.
Rebel papers already admit ho has start
ed on his march. Where is he going?
Andersonville, where the rebels have. 20,-
000 Union prisoners penned up lika hogs,
lies in his way.
But a few days ago Sherman wrote to
the President of the St. Louis Sanitary
I thank you for your prompt fulfilment
of my request to send certain articles for
our prisoners at Andersonville. Things
hare changed since, and I may have to go
in person and deliver the articles to the
Amnion Lodge No.7, A. P. & A. M.
r Regular communications are held on
the first Saturday of each month, at Taylor'
Hall, at 7 o'clock in the evening.
P. Z. TAYLOR, W. M.
A. IV. Callen, Sec'y.
05 Occident Lodge Wo. 26,
S2BfeL - G- T'
gJgvgnN? Regular meetings every Tuesday
evening at 71 o'clock, at Wilson's Hall.
" GEO. W. MARTIN, W. C. T.
Wm. S. Blakelt, W. S.
Dickinson County Taxes.
I will be present at the following times and
places for the tax due the county of Dickinson
for the year 1S'j4 :
Abilene, December 2ist,
Chapman's Creek, December 23d,
Lyon's Cicck, December 27th,
Turkey Creek, December 29th.
The Tax levied is as follows :
State Tax, five mills on the dollar,
County, 7 " "
State School, l" " " "
Dist. " 10 " "
Zist. Road, 3
A penalty of ten per cent will be charged
on all amounts remaining unpaid after the 1st
day of January, 180-3.
J. FRED STAAZT,
Dated at Abilene, .Kansas, this lith day of
OATS WANTED !
SEALED PROPOSALS, in triplicate, will be
received at this Office until 12 o'clock M., on
Saturday, the 2Cth of November, 1SG1, for the
1,500 BUSHELS OF OATS !
To the undersigned, at Fort Riley, Kansas, the
Oats to bo of good quality, securely sacked in
good, new Gunnies the cost of Gunnies to be
included in price of Oats. The whole number
of bushels to be delivered on -or before the loth
of January, 1S65. j.
No Bid will be entertained -unless accompa
nied by the written guarantee of two respons
ible persons that the bidder will sign the Con
tract if awarded to him.
Contract to be subject to the approval of tin
Chief Quartermaster, Dcpt. of Kansas, the
under signed reserving the right to reject any
or all bids. Proposals to be endorsed, " Pro
posals for Oats," and directed to the under
signed. Bidders must be present with theii
securities, nrrtl ready to 'close the contract at
soon as the award is made.
(Signed) D. W. SCOTT.
Capt. & A. Q M.
A3T QVAUTEKMASTEU'S OFFICE, "
Fort Riley. Kansas, Nov. 17, ISO I, J n50-lt
Gall and Settle.
All persons owing me arc hcroby requested
to pay the same to Wm. K. Bartlcttor L. Hall
and as soon as thcy conveniently can, and by
so doing they will confer a favor.
E. W. SEYMOUR, M. D.
T. G HORN, M. Ifcr
Physician and Surgeon,
Off-, At Hall's Drug Store,
JUNCTION CITY, KAS.
Proposals for Wood!
Scaled proposals, in triplicate, will be re
ceived at this office until 12 o'clock M., on
Saturday, the 19tli of November, 1804, for the
delivery to the A. A. Q. M. at Salina, .Kansas,
100 CORDS OF WOOD!
Of good, merchantable quality; the delivery
to commence immediately, and the whole to be
delivered on or before the 1st day of January,
No bid will be entertained unless accompa
nied by the written guarantee of two respons
ble persons that the bidder will fulfill the
contract if awarded to him.
Contract to be subject to the approval of the
Chief Q'r Mr of the Department of Kansas,
the undersigned reserving the right to reject
any or all bids. Proposals to be endorsed
" Proposals for Wood, and directed to the un
dersigned. Bidders must be present with their
securities, aud ready to close the contract at
the time the award is made.
(Signed) D.1V. Scott, Capt. &
Dist. Q. M., District of Upper Arkansas.
Office Dist. Q. M., Dist. Upper Arkansas,
Fort Riley, Kansas, Nov. 7, 1864. J
Headquarters, District of Upper Arkansas,
Fort Rilty, Karuas Nov. 8th, 1SG4.
I. CapUin Henry Booth, Co. L, 11th Kansas
Volunteer Cavalry, is hereby announced as Chief
of Cavalry and District Inspector for the District
of the Upper Arkansas,.ana will be obeyed and
IL Hereafter all Commanders of Companies,
or parts of Companies of Cavalry, in this Dis
trict, which have not been inspected by the
Chief of Cavalry in person, before the twentieth
(20th) of each month, are required, in each
instance, at said date, to make a Cavalry Report
on the form furnished, and forward it without
delay to the office of the Chief of Cavalry.
It i enjoined upon Post and Camp Com
manders to eeo that the requirements of this
Order are complied with.
By command of Mnjor B. S Henning.
J. E. TAPPAN,
Act'g Ass't Adj't Gen.
Strayed from the subscriber, about five weeks
ago, a sorrel horse, with star in the forehead,
fifteen and a half hands high, been blistered
on left shoulder. Any person returning the
horse to the subscriber or to Wm. K. Bartlett,
at Junction City, or give any information
where he may be found, will be liberally re
warded. GEORGE SANDERSON.
BOOT & SHOE MAKER,
Washington Street, West Side,
Junction City, Kansas.
Repairing done on thort notice. Terms Cash.
70E SALS A? THISOITICS,
JUNCTION CITY, KANSAS.
1 On or about the FIRST OF APRIL,
I will open a large and complete assortment
COOK AND PARLOR
and everything in the line of
wbiwm& m hsih? mm
My Prices arc at the lowest Living Rates.
Remember the Place:
Wilson's Stone Building,
nl8tf. Junction, Kansas.
GROCERIES 110 SEEDS!
Im pleTYi osrtsi !
GRANT & PREST,
SOLE AGENTS FOR
DAVID LANDRETn & SONS
GARDEN SEEDS I
C. n. M'CORMICK & BROS', AND
WALTER A. WOODS'
Mowers and Reaper!
H. A. PITTS & CO
Wc shall keep constantly on band a large
PLOWS, HARROWS, FANNING-
MILLS, WHEAT DRILLS
and other implements too numerous to mention.
Also a fine stock of ,
Field & Garden Seeds !
Which wc shall warrant Fresh and Pure. Our
Grocery trade will be continued upon a much
larger fccale the coming season. Wc shall be
prepared to fill any citizen's basket or coun
tryman's wagon with good things at as low
price as any house in the city. Thankful for
the patronage and friendship bestowed upon
t:s in the past, wc will strive to merit it in the
future. Do not forget the 1'laee:
No. 141 Shawnee Street,
March 5, 18M.-nlG.Gm.
T. B. MILLS AND M. D. RACE,
Principals and Proprietors.
3. E. FOLLANSUEE,
Principal of the Chirographic Department.
TIIE CHEAPEST AND MOST PRAC
TICABLE COMMERCIAL COL
LEGE IN THE WEST.
CIRCULARS SENT FREE TO ANY
Headquarters District of the "
Fort Riley, Kansas, Sept. 27th, 1801. J
General Order, 1
Surgeon S. B. Davis, U. S. Volunteers, hav
ing reported under Orders from the War Depart
ment, is announced as Medical Director of tliis
District, and will be obejed and respected ac
cordingly. Medical Officers within the District
will make all required reports without delay,
and Contract Physicians will forward copies of
their contracts and state where on duty.
By Command of Major General Blunt.
J. E. TAPPAN,
Official. Act'g Ass't Aj't Gen.
DRUGS.MEDICINES & CHEMICALS.
IPaints, Oils and. "Va-rnislies,
GLASS, PUTTV, &c.
Pui'e "Wines fc Liquors,
FOR MEDICINAL PURPOSES.
DYL WOODS & DYE STUFFS GENERALLY.
Junction. City, Kansas.
If EDICINES WARRANTED GENUINE,
iv I and of the best quality. Customers will
find my stock completa, comprising many arti
cles it is impossible here to enumerate, and all
sold at moderate prices. nl8
H. L. JONES,
SALINE COUNTY, KANSAS.
ON HAND TO TRADE FOR STOCK OR
CASH, several improved Claims in Saline
County; also a house and lot in the town of
Salina. I buy and Bell land and stock at a fair
Commission, and assist emigrants in making
The Homestead Bill kas Passed,
And now is the time for emigrants to get GOOD
HOMES. No land in this county has been
offered at Public Sale, and will all be held
under i he Homestead Act.
I sll upon or address me at Salina, Saline
C.. Kansas. n3Gtf H. L. JONES.
J. D. BRUMBAUGH. J. W. BOLLINGKB.
BRUMBAUGH & BOLLINGER,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Marysville, Marshal Co., Kansas.
S9u Prompt attention given to paying taxes.
Jan. 30, 1864.-nll-tf
STOVES & TINWARE
on JclcmoliSL !
CMRRB, CQBE. FARLSB & MTII6
Fiva Thousand Quart self seal
Fruit Cans, at $2 40 per Dozen.
2,500 2-Quart self seal Fruit Cans,
at $3,40 per Dozen.
TINWARE AND STOVEPIPE bjTHE
QUANTITY, LOWER THAN
ST. LOUIS PRICES. ,
STEWART'S CELEBRATED COOK STOVES.
33 DELAWARE ST., 33
(Opposite 2f. McCracken.)
F. R. MERK.
CAVALRY HORSES WANTED.
Horses for cavalry service will bo pur
hased in open market at
Fort Riley, Kasas,
until further notice, in lots of not less than
SEVEN, and for which not to exceed -
SI GO PER HEAD
will be paid. Payment made at Fort Leav
enworth, on delivery and acceptance of
HORSES iMUST BE SOUND, active,
well formed, not under fifteen hands high,
not more than NINE nor less than FIVE
years old, and subject to rigid inspection.
J. R. McOLURE,
1st Lieut. 11th Kans. Cav., A.A.Q M.
1 will purchase until further notice Bacon in
quantities of not less than One Hundred (100)
Pounds, upon delivery at the A. C. S. of this
Post, for which the highest market price will
The Bacon must be of good, sound and
wholesome quality, and put up in strong gun
J. R. McCLURE,
Lieut. 11th A'ans. Cav., A. C. S.
Fort Riley, A'ansas, July 24th, 18G4.
Notice is hereby given that by virtue of an
order of sale issued out of the 3d Judicial Dis
trict Court, within and for Davis county, Kan
sas, on the 13th day of August, 18G4, in favor
of Isaac Landcs, and against James Derges,
and to me directed and delivered as Sheriff of
said Davis county, I will offer for sale at pub
lic auction, on the Utith day of beptembcr, A.
D. 1804, at one o'clock P. M. of said day, at
the door of the Court House in Junction City,
Davis county, .Kansas, all the right, title, in
terest and claim of the said James Derges in
and to the following described land, to-wit:
The West half of Northwest quarter and Lots
No. 3 and 0, of Section No. iJG, in Township
No. 12, South of Range No. 5, East of the 6th
Principal Meridian, in Davis county, Kansas,
containing acres of land.
Given under my hand at office in Junction
City, this August 20lh. A. D. 1804.
A. W. CALLEN,
GEO. H. PURINTON, Proprietor
The undersigned having thoroughly renovat
ed and refitted this commodious and popular
house, flatters himself that he can accommo
date regular boarders and the traveling public
in a style unsurpassed west of Leavenworth.
The coaches of the A'insas Stage company
leave this house for the East and West.
A good livery and feed stable is attached to
this house, and horses and carriages can be
procured at any time.
n47-ly. GEO. n. PURINTON.
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
yjH ILL PROMPTLY ATTEND TO ALL
business entrusted to his care in West
B. S. RICHARDS,
MANUFACTURER .J- DEALER IN
SADDLES & HARNESS,
WHIPS, SPURS, COLLARS,
Bridles, Check-Hems, Hames, SfC.
S3 Uelawsire Street,
GENERAL ORDER NO. 2.
Headquarters 15th Reg't K. S. M.,
Camp Dcitzler, Ft.Rilcy Reserve, Oct.2G, G4.
I. The officer and men of this Regiment are
hereby granted leave of absence from camp
from 10 o'clock this A. M. until ordered to re
turn by the commandants of their respective
IT!. The Colonel Commanding takes this oc
casion to thank the officers and men of his
Regiment for the alacrity with wiich they ral
lied to the call of the State, the equanimity
and good nature with which they have endured
marching, drilling and camp life, and the
prompt and cheerful obedience which they
have yielded to all orders. These are the high
est evidences which men. can give of their loy
alty and patriotism, except that which may be
given upon the field of battle, and are strong
assurances tbat the men of the loth Regiment
will prove themselves brave and reliable sol
diers in the hour of trial.
IV. The Colonel Commanding, whilst he
trusts that the men of his command may not
again be called upon to meet an enemy in the
field, enjoins upon all that they keep their
arms in order, and' their "business and house
hold affairs so arranged as to be ready for duty
on the' shortest notice. These are times of
-warfare and of peril, and the State of Kansas
must rely upon her brave and true men to
defend her soil and uphold her honor.
By order of Col. JNO. T. PRICE.
R, McBkaxsey, Acting Adjutant.
W. A. ROSE. W. J. THOMPSON,
W. A. ROSE & Co.,
45 Delaware Street,
Wholesale amd Retail Dealers in
. STATIOIEET. EITELOFES.
AND PAPER !
Of all kinds usetl in the Slate.
Music Books and Sheet Music !
BLANK BOOKS; WALL PAPER,
Flatcap, Foolscap, Letter
and INote IPapers;
PICTURES 4" FRAMES, CURTAINS
We would call the particular attention of Mer
chants and Printers to our extensive Stock,
which embraces nearly every article usually
kept in a Book and Stationary House. Our
facilities for supplying the trade arc unsur
passed. ORDEKS BY MAIL PROMPTLY
Chickering & Sons'
W. A. ROSE & Go.
HAVE THE AGENCY FOR THE SALE
of these and other Celebrated Pianos.
Every Piano Fully Warranted !
GEO. O. CATLIN,
WHOLESALE DEALER Hf
BOOTS ID IIS.
A GENERAL VARIETY OF
MEN'S 8c BOYS'
No. 8 DELAWARE STREET
Second Door Above Main,
LEAVENWORTEI CITY, KANSAS.
I HOLES ALE DEALER IN
AND ALL KINDS OF
Gents' Furnishing Goods,
HATS, CAPS, INDIA RUBBER GOODS,
NO 21 DELAWARE STREET,
Three Doors below Scott, Kerr .j- Co.'s Dank.
- Leavenworth, Kansas.
Wholesale Dealers In
CHINA. GLASS, EARTHEN-
TABLE CUTLERY, &C
65 Delaware Street,
THE UNION FOREVER
.3 MM 1 1
JOHN P. WILEY, of JUNCTION CITY,
keeps at his old stand,
The Claim House,
a eood assortment of DRY GOODS & GRO
CERIES, and PROVISIONS, as well as BOOTS
and bHOES ; and he flatters himself, as he has
no rent, clerk, or hauling to pay, tbat he is
able to sell at cheap as can be bought at the
retail houses in Leayenworth City.
Having traded in St. Louis with Morgan &.
McClung to over $50,000, and wiih II ens ley &
Russell, of Leavenworth City, and now selling
tor prominent firms in Leavenworth, I flatter
myself that I amy regarded as a prompt and
well posted man, 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 can be parehased in
Western Kansas. Farmers, bring oa your
HIDES AND PRODUCE,
and exchange with me, and hunters, bring me
your FURS of all kinast and I will prove my
proposition. I also keep a small amount of
LUMBER and COOPER STUFF
on hand for sale.
FRUIT TREES FOR SALE.
be subscriber has on hand FIFTY THOUS
AND APPLE TREES, or wkll !ictsd
varieties, as well as a quantity of Peach, Locast
&c, &c , which he offers cheap far, cash, or
will exchange for eows. young stock or grain,
at reasonable prices. Price per hundred, $15.
Ashland Narsery, Davis Co., Imim. aglr.
HENRY GANZ, Agent, Junction City;
Of EVERY IPattern.
AT HENR? GANM
MEN'S AND BOYS'
BEMY Ml! CWIOK
BOOTS, SHOES, &a
Going off Rapidly and at Low Flgtrat
the 13 ig Stone store of
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S
SHOES & GAITERS,
Spring fc Summer
STYLES OF HATS. SHAWLS,
AND OTHER WEABflNGPPABEL
AT THE CHEAP CASH STORE OP
CLOCKS, LOOKING GLASSES
AND OTHER ARTICLES,
TOO NUMEROUS to MENTION at ate
CHEAP CASH STORE OF
HENRY GANZ .
Ml. SHOULDERS. AID
CANNED FRUTT, &.,
For SaU by
LIVERY, FEED'AND SALE
JUNCTION CITY, KAS.
The undersigned is ready to 9upply those In
want of Livery on short notice. Horses and
Carriages are all of Number One order. My
stable is commodious. '
March 22, 'G4.nl7tf. BAIER & ORB.
BOOK & PAPER EMPORIUM.
B. B. LOCKWOOD,
3?OSX Ofc'JP'ICE BUILDING',
COUNCIL GROVE. KANSAS,
Books, Blank Books,
MEMORANDUM, SCHOOL BOOKS,
And every description of office and poekei
stationery, Letter, Note, and Billet Paper,
Legal Bill and Foolscap Paper, Envelopes,
Writing Fluid, .&c.
BgAlso keep on hand Philip St. Georga
Cooke's Cavalry Tactics. n27-tf
United States Deputy and
Civil & Topograpnical
JUNCTION CITY, KANSAS.
Manufacturers of all hinih of
"Witli Neatness and. Uispath.
In the District Court of the United States Jar
the District of Kansas.
The United States,
Lot 18. in Block 21, in Junction City, Kaa.
By virtue of a writ of Yenditicm Exponmt m
me directed, issued out of said Court in tka
above entitled cause, dated the 14th day at
August, 1864, 1 will, on the 24th day of Sep
tember, A. D. 1864, between the hours of ona
and four P. M. of said day, at the Court Hoom
door in Junction City, Davis ,countyt JTaaaaa,
expose to public sale, for cash, the following
Lot Eighteen (IS) wfaaffitfr Mfolj
in Junction City, Da
Ldies' Dkess Goons. Splendid ssriatnt(.
bow opesing at v
STREETER & STRrOffLW'S,-
vjaaflBfT, KaajajNtfT? j
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