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- j - iK - "v T m R ii t . yy-'i45!g '? jit-jT .- vV &&!$"-& "f ' -A u izzt - ;tJ v w tf 3 r - ', Jacob TVeisbach, UlSTLON DRUG THE TJNTOUSP t STORE!! A fit &. s MttuyS f fc- i 9 'o ! 1 K I iA ,, Read turnew business carili Jt J( Clardy,?Esq., Louisville; Hawkins & Ma ilUttSrneys, and Dr. J. Henry McD.u gall. The first ox train ef freighters of tie BeasiBfromeaYenworth, camped in the utskfrts of our city last Wednesday night. The captain of a vessel is not governed by his mate, hut a married man generally is. Warranted to earry everything before him Our gallant Porter. The Majer Generalship granted to Grant is an honor both to grantor and the gran tee. When Sheridan threatened to cut off his eldest born with a ahilling, Tom's quiet re tort was, "Couldn't you give it me now, if you happen to have such a thing about you?" Foot had attacked some pretentious per son for his characteristic foible. "Why do vou attaek mr weakest part?" asked the as sailed. "Did I ever say anything about your head?" replied Foote. From Nashville Cairo, March 30. The Nashville correspondent of the bni caffo Times reports the railroad communi cation to Louisville fully restored. The Chattanooga road, which was nearly de etroyed by the rebels in their flight, has been fully repaired as far as Murfreesboro, and is now being stocked from the North. It has been strongly urged on Gov. John son to levy a tax on the secession mer chants at Nashville and viciniiy, to repair tne bridges destroyed by 1 leyd Justness fek DR. J. HENRY McDOUGALL, Tenders his professional service to the citizens of Marysrille and surrounding country, Of fice ox bboadway, one door South of A. E.Lov ell's Store. . P. B. Recorders office in the someplace. jnJ, HAWKINS & M AGILE, ATTORNEYS AT W$K Marysviile 32arsliall Co,, ILimsas. Magill will attend all Courts in the CoTinty. Hawkins will positively attend tho District Court each term. H. C. HAWKINS. J. S. MAGILL. J. E. CLAEDY, ATTORNEY AT LAWi Notary Public & General Col lectins; & Land Agent, LOUISVILLE, KANSAS.' Prompt attention givpn to the various kinds of business that may arise in the counties of Marshall, Pottawattomie and the counties there unto attached. The best of rcfeiences can be given. March, 1862. nltf .OIUHCR. OF 84&E, John S. Codding use of John'Prasier, T3 John A McClellan. State of Kansas, County of Marshall. By virtue of an order of sale issued out of the 2nd district court m aia lor luarsnau uuuu tv, State of Kansas, and to. me directed, dated March 28th, A.D. 1862, wherein John S. Cod ding use of John Frazier is Plaintiff and John A McClellaa is Defendant, I vill on Tuesday, theGthdtyofMay, A. D. 1862, between the heura of 10 o'clock A. M. and 4 o'clock P. M. of said day, at the court house dcorin Marysviile, County of Marshall and State of Kansas, offer for sale to the highest bidder for cash all tie right, title and interest of the defendant, John A. McClellan,' of in and to the following real estate to wit: Let one (1) in blcct eleven (11) with the improvements thereon, as designated on tie recorded plat of the town of Marysviile in the county of Marshall, then Territory, now State of Kansas, fronting fortyr-four (41) feet on Broadway and running back seventy-two feet (72) according to Brewerrs ecoeded pint of said town of Marysviile, levied upon to sarlisfy said order of sale.- Appraised at $73. G. D. SWEAEINGEN, Sheriff. J.E.Clardy, Pi'ntfFs att'y. 'Sheriff's Office, April 5, 1SG2. n2 Administrator?loticc. . Notice is hereby given that letters of -Administration were granted March 4, A. D. I862,;for the estate of James White, de ceased of Marshall county, Kansas. And all persons having claims against said es aeiinuli1 iixhiliit them to the adminis trator for allowance, wtthin one year after the date of the letter, or they wiU de pre cluded frem any benefit of said estate; and if ,such claim he not exhibited within three year3 from the date of tho letter thevfill be forever debarred. SAMUEL MYERS, j0. Admr. March 27.ISG2. ' TttOMS McCOY, BOOT and SHOE MAKER, MATtYSVn.ToEjK.T. 7 " flnfonns his friend's and customers that he is7 prepared to make boots and shoes in the bea possible style and on the shortest notfee-jfor lash. Ko" Credit whatsoever. . t' 'PETJiR frlFT., )3LACKSMZriI, ' MARYSVILLE, K. P. SHOP o, Walnnt street, in East Marysviile. ?orsma wishing work done in his line will find ift -t Oieir adraatage to giv him a call. 2 BOOK AB JOB PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT, ho, '113 - I---J -- Broadway. m We are paepared to execute every de. scription of wh 3H& loolianblrfjfnnfmg r' ? $ SUCH AS 'Posters, Programmes, Circulars, Ch cks, Bus ines3 Cards, a$lan.k Bills of Fare, &c. Bill Heads, Lettr Heads, Hand Bills, Label's, Ball tick- ets, &c, &c. -ft -T&ii' Together with every variety of Gunc?f ana' 6?o0ca.' JtZiinfmy. -7- IIvTIIE M Very Best .Possible 'Manner,' and at the , Vtt i LO'WESW P'RIGES, f. Sat TiiE-i Cidb ! " " B '"Jit o;b" tKA N Ti NiXa Wi -&- im o. 1X3"-' -'BROADWAY yp 'd -s MA'RYSVILLE4, KANSAS. AMERICAN HOTEL. "'& i- -BUTCHINSOK, PROPKEETOR. , marysviile, " " - . . Kansas; Having recently ftWa vp aa qpeked their hvrgcr and colaKdionii, rafte, areprapared to accomomodate and 'gH satisfaetion to all -ho Tv,fvc- trie them a call. -"v o--- v . ' I They nave we wrgeatMd mwatconimodiBaa staWe in the w8t, amd plenty f grain ancLhay i .tWr2i&r Pp-V Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 1 l Groceries, Diy-Goods, CLOTHING . f i BOOTS- SHOLS, r. FEED, & 0. N. B. We Call tbe Attention v O.F 1 HE. HUNGRY 'ONES TO OUR BAKERY Where we keep constantly onf hand a fresh supply af bread; cakes, And a glass of tager to ITasIa thcni down. JACOB yEISBACH. it. loseplj b&tdisemtnts. STIX c& EOKHAET No. 8, FELIX STREET, Between 3rd and Itli streets. Make tlielr Monoy by BUYING CHEAT, and SELLING CHEAP. 9- ' ' . STIX & ECKHART, Have Received Their FALL AND WINTER GOODS, and offer ' " " at " (GRE m" I N1) tf CEMENT TTH i --' - ' T To Their Friend sand Customers, THEY SELL Elegant Fast Colored Prints,rfat lOcts. Turkish Oil Prints at cts. w" Glasgow Ginghams, ar. ,-f: j ' Bleached Muslin, at 6 1-4 c. , r ,K No. 1 Kid Gloves, 50 cts. Ladies "White Hose, 10 c, -tj And all other Goods in Proportion. Call and Judge for Yourself. J. klNNEY & 60.f IThoIeeale Grocers and Daakn nc " Staple attd Fancy Groceries , " . & ' WINES, LIQUORS, TEAS, J'H.OUM, PLASTER PARIS, '.- 4..e " ' , CEMENTAin) WHITB UME. Bflix Street. . f i - - ' Opposite the State Bank of Missouri x r LOADED FOR GO AND SEE THE NEW STOCK fl That J. Samnels is Constantly RECEIVING AT HIS ISOEZW STOEE -- TTT WEST fflABSV"3iiE. Ladies Dress Goods of all Styles and Patterns, DRY'GOobs OF ALL KINDS SUCH AS Chliccs Ginghams, Prints, V estin g Linen Shirts and Linen Shirtings. , READY-MADE CLOTHING, . 0(F.iLL KINDS, Boots, Shoes, Hats, 'Caps, &c, HIS STOCK-OF CANNOTB SURPASSED. He will sellBacon, Flour,. Coffee, Su gar, Tcarackers, Meal, Tohacco; Cigars, Cheese, Soap, Sardines, Saleratus, and anything that personcrnay call for as cheap as, you can purchaf tnem anywhere intheStete. , . " Also a laige stock of Cmtlery; Jewelry and Fancy Goods, too numerous to men tion,, which will be soli atpricesjto suitthe buyers ieansn j My motto is 1 Quick Sala and SmaU Pwff r I HAVE JUST BECEIYED, freshaud a general assortment of . '! PURE-DRUGS AND MEDIOTJES ,, of all descriptions and varieties comprising all the popular and standard Patent-Mediciaea of the day, to-wit: Ayer s Cherry Pectoral-, Ayers ague Cure, Ayers Celebrated Sarsaparilla, Osgood's India Cholagogue, warranted to bean infallible cure for feter and ague. Smith't Tonic Syrupr Perry DaTia' Pain Killer PILLS OF EVERT VARIETY, and Liniments of every description Brown's Essence of Jamaica QingeJ Calomel, Ekia Mass Castor Oil, Epsom Salts Soda, J Quinine, Rhubarb, Stdpher, Cream Tartar, Rochcll Salts, Seidlitzs Powders, and Barks of all Kinds, and other articles too numerous Iq mention. I have also on hand Pure Brandies of the best brand and "Wines, for medical purposes only. N. B.r-AU persons wishing prescriptions carefully compounded, by an experienced drug gist, will do veil by calling on me. I still con tinue to keep on hand a good assortment of sta ple Dry-Goods and choice Family Groceries. A. E, LOYEIX, MarysVille, Kansas, Patented November, 1S59. T7ie Measures Arc A the distance around tho neck. IMo B, the Yoke. C to C the sleeve. E to.E the length of shirt. BATiT,OTPS Patented Imp.oved Frcncli-Yoke Shirts, A New Style of Shirt Warrented to Fit By sending the above measures, by mail, we can guarantee a perfect fit of our new style of Shirt and return by express to any part of the United States, at $12, 13, $18, $24, &c. &cpcr dozen. No order forwarded for les3 than haif a dozen shirts. WJwlesale Tirade Supplied on the Usual TERMS. Als o Importers and Dealers in Men's Fniahinu Goods. BALLOUBROTHERS.r No. 409, Broadway, New York no23-3m-p New Eemedies For 'SPERMATORRHfflA HOWARD ASSOCIATION, 1? HI3L .ADElPHXA. A Benevolent Institution established by special endow ment, for tho Relief of tho Pick and Distressed, afflicted with Virulent and Chronic Diseases of tho Sejraal Organs. Medical Adtice given gratis, by the Acting Surgeon. Valuable Beportspn Spermatorrhoea, and other diseases of tho Sexual Organs, and on tho Now Seme4tes4 employed in tho Dispensary, sent in scaled letter envelopes, frco o cllarge. Two or thieo Efcunpsforpostago acceptable Addre'3, DR. J. SKILLTA HOUGHTON, Howard Asso iation, No. 2 S. Ninth street, Pbiladslphk, Pa. jc23-y ARRIVALS Of the St. Joseph and. P. Peak Express. Arrives in Marysviile from St. Joseph, on Sundays, Tf ednesdays, and Fridays at'll a. m. Arrives in Marysviile from Denver city on Mondays, Thundays, and Saturdays, at 7 p. m. The express on Mondays, carries the eastern mail to St. Joseph, and the one on. Wednesdays briags the eastera mail from St. Joeeph te this place. fiREAT EXCITE WET. SECESSIONIST IN MARYSVILLE Hm iMiHii frwfWwt Ka4 of MarywiBe, ilj nf Had o UKfmmi. wkerafcefa ready a all times to npfl y- Us oH OMtoMarraak tkerast of aaaakind generally, with goo4 rwbSMCt the lowest pcibl price. Gere kisa a calL ill F V i I '15 fYliOiJI m IB J V 135P J. S JS'tXs. '-.