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OMea etf ftimTii!i 1 far Kacrmriia,
Dwtwot f. Thki,
CaaaB Trey, Doaipaaa Ceaaty, Aag. 30, ltC2,
I. It u ordered that all recruit readez
touaatthis Camp on or before the 10th
II. That all companies and iqaads of
recrmiu raised in this district rendezvous at
this camp forthwith.
III. That all recruiting soficera report
at these Head-Quarters as soon as practi
cable and before the 8th day of September!
, 1862. Craus Lelasd,
Commissioner for Recruiting.
A quantity cf subsistence stores arrived here
en Monday for Bcwea's Cat airy company.
"there are 75,000 tons, of rags convert
ed into paper in England annually.
Cassius M. Clay is to be assigned to a
very important command west of the Miss
issippi. Office Assistant Recruiting Com'r,
Makysville, Aug. 30, 1862.
Attention is oatled to General Order No
5 of Gen. Lane, which i to be seen in
this paper. The three companies now
being raised here by Capt. Perry Hutch
inson, Capt W. S. Blackburn and Capt.
H. D. Williams, must he filled. Volun
teer then and get your bounty money,
Which will be here in a few days. It 13 the
duty of every loyal citizen to come for
ward to meet the emergency. Let Us
never have it said that a single man in
Marshall county waited for a draft before
. be would take up arms for the country and
the cause. Tnos. M. Bowen,
Assistant Recruiting Com'r. '
1 I i-1 inn if i.
TAIRCH1LD, klKG & CO.
WfceIea:e Dry fods Dealeri,
LEA YIN WORTH, KANSAS.
:RavsanfeIoB0f the hrgost and beet selected stocks of
Sty Gocdsia the Vest, wLict.tbejre constantly selliugon.
j h Biol t reasonable terais. Merchants from the Interior
t are specially invited to call aad euteiiae their goods. Hav-
iug a commodicuK business house. and dcnling entirely iti the
wholesale branch, they are enabled to sell at prices to suit
Order at' Paiicatiou.
State of KnnBas, ) Second Judicial
Marshall County, s s. District.
O.. W. ro.wn, )
Jquiima Smith. J
To Thomas Smith aad Jcrairaa SrnitL: Toa are hereby
jiytitied thattho above Jifiiir-d Plaintifl" ha.1 commenced au
.Actioa iuthcAbore entitled court against yon to recovcra
'judpmetitagninstyou to recover a judgement agamstsaid
JUefradent. Thomas Sith acd Jemima Smith, for the sum of
3.40 with interest end cost of suit, and for a decree of
l of the East half of north West quarter and north west
.quarter of north west quitrtc nd nqrthajt quarter of
soutu west quarter or secuuc i.T. towusiupao' o Kutn,ana
of rango So. S.csst, Marshall Cc,unty. ansitH, and tha.t unleFs
jroa demur or answer to -.the petition filed herein, on or be
ji'pre the 0th day of October, A. D. 1362, the said petition will
,be taken as-true and judgment rendered accordingly.
& ' "SV. W. JEROMK, Plfs Att'y
FroTost Marshal's Order No. I
MaryWile Kun. Aug- 23d 1SCL
ALL trains and persons going eat or, west, are ordered to
import to this oQice at Marysvtlle, adao persons will be al
lowed to pass at any other point, as wecaunot open office, at
ll the crossings. 'No loyaljersons' who are not .rnnuwg
way trom the draft, will be detained.
By order of A. C. BUK'CII AUC ProTost Marshal, by
James v McDougall dept.
Pjirored. Thomas Jf tBO-WilX, &pt. Com'd'g Pest.
"Wkolesala and Retail IJealer in i
DRYGOODS, GROCERIES, BOOTSj
AND 8HOES, HATS .& CAPS,
On Broadway, opo. the American Hotel,
Of lands in Nemaha County Kansas, on
which the taxes of 1861 remain unpaid
mnd which were neglected to be sold for
ddixfuent taxes t May 1862.
Jehu LNewcoEib, s Jot n e see 15 tp 1 r 14
Jesemh Celiac, ejaadair qrof sir see 19 tp
X W StrattMa w s 34 tp 2 r 14
If at Q Leigk, a J f a w sc tp 1 r i
Vastael latiaier, avqr f n Jt J ef a w
D J ItieiMaMm, w ef a w see S3 1 1 r 1
lBBeau,ir tf a sec 18 tpr 14
D Saaair, a ir tee 11 tp J r 1 1 '
Nathaa "WatnHta via iv kyt laf a see 22
tP2r 13 -'
i F Saew, irTMe 17 tp 4 1 14
r.JaaiesBayUia, w k st vt setM.Utf I rl4
Jha FiUfwali. a w w24 1 6 r 14
Jlaataam weaj.t i c m- tr af a w eta m t 4
ItXsMaM, a ajMUjfr 14
WilMaia Paitama, a. f B m at tp 6 r 11
M Ylnacaa, a;ic m ate f4 rl3
a44Bsl Waltena w aaa 1 a U
J y luiims. a wytd 4 a V af a . w
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r5eMry e yad charge 4etbereoa
, LUKSCt ; " 'wwj rejj
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We respectfully inTita dealers sad dtifcna of Kansas to
call and elariilfle oar stock before buying elsewhere.
We keep all kinds jLst
Q R O G E H IES!
FULL ASSORTMENT OF
1 fery are Stock ofNAILS
We stab keep Foolaiap, Note, Legal Cap Jia
pern and JEtiveldpeSj Printer's paper and Cards
jrlrieh yre -will seil to printers at St. Louis rates
wivh freieht nddod.
Webuyind eell exclusively for CASH, and 1
flutter ourselves that we buy and sell at lowest
rales. Our motto is
Large Sales dxd Small Profits t
Vto iarlte especial attention to our cheap
COAL OIL & LAMPS.
Ilfcaleo hTe i and ara i constat (If receiving
Which vx will jteUai the .Bottom ofjhe
Deslers froo Pike's Peak, aad Salt Lao-aad the Interior
of Kansas wiHiid in cnrlrtors a large assortment .of
Which we will tell at rates to suit the
nera are twoLA0JSa0Cirr WVOm la AteUs
beMeS0Brs.aDd we taw Miimus eaabvybcre cfaeair
t- gees .
It bas of oar boas, was w aeM at
Qftmisin MHU Op, Kmtm, snwHcKtU
wsfltUi U hs sMJtts dtlmfmnt fcma JT
, Jesa a Jes, awtbsaat s,-rtM, ssstsst St, tewmslii
525.V mUfsW.B MVHaAaklsrMI, btock
tr,K " 'Vfrsat-sl.fDtTf
rili i sin fi is " -traacS l
CWtrtliH, 1& mMcJ??;w r ss2 tf.4 rT
KllBBWBWSjrSWJSCJBJ, s, 4s ;.4
VJBlKaSfjM MSiiii fl'.fMsV.liCi $ -k;"J
Tfcefscrfsiiiiiliifcj4si iiiii ae.U
dayrfStfssikir, Al.'Mat, at Mm MaMSBNSilM iaikw
rirrnrMarraTil).beaeU t aav ths tsssaa. -
chareas daetkereesi, or as Bach tfeereaf as laaw kc
I to pay tea smm. j.t.wn,iiita
SagjEiiiAL-'BBBigij . . rr- r r-'r-T-rr- J PTir'a JBbftA
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WXXJCAS?.DAXli JLX3AJVS VY f
., Iwouldreepeesfully aanoanceto the Mer
chants of the Interior of Kansas, that I have a
large and complete assortment of GROCERIES
of every description, which I offer at very low
rates for cash or produce, sack a Dry Hides,
Bacon, Lard, &&,&c.
My ttockcoBSifltsinpartM follows:
1000 backs eupeifine and extra Floirr,
800 bushels of DrieoLFmit, ;
00 barrels and half barrels Whisky.
150 boxes "of Tobaece,
200 kegs of Nails,
50 sacks of Coffee,
150 bbls. brown and refined Sugars,
Molasses in barrels, half bbls and kegs,
Golden Syrup, Rice, Mackerel, Herring,
8pices of all kinds, Cream Tarter, Soda, Oys
ters, Sardines, Cofldlee, Soap, besides many-ether
articles too tedious to mention; suffice it to
say my stock is full and complete, being ths
Icrgttt in Atchitdn,) and lean aad will sell as low
as any ifouse on the Missouri Hirer.
MERCHANTS OF THE INTERIOR,
Are respectfully invited to call and examine my stock and
prices, and they wilt be certain to buy. All kinds of market
able produce taken in exchange for Goods at tha high
est market rates.
n!3 3m THEO. BARTHOLOW.
DRUGS & MEDICINE!
No. 10 Delaware St., corner of Main,
Have just received and keep constantly on hand
a full stock of fresh and reliable
Drujs, Meditinet, Joints, Oils, Patent Medicines
BRUSHES, & PURE LIQUORS
dr Medical purposes. Also a Urge stock of
No. 1 COAL OIL LAMPS, & LAMP
at a low prices as tiny House in the vest.
Our coal oil is the best ever offered for tale in the western
f market. Especial attention will be given to the Oil and
Lamp trado in keeping the best brands of oil and tho latest
styles of lumps constantly on hand. Will physicians and
country dealers please call and examine our stock,
10 ED DY& ARNOLD.
Wehavo at Ccntralia. Nemeha county, Kansas, about
40.000 apple trees, all grafted, aud of all varieties that have
been tested in the west. They have been rown hero on tho
open prairie. If any trees will do well in Kansas these
niuct. Alsa quantity of Cherries and different varieties of
Strawberries Lawton Jilaekberries, Ac. Ac We shall bo
-ready during the Fall oflS62 and Spring of 1SC3 to supply
the people of Northwestern Kansas with treos grown hero,
on favorable terms. Apple trees, 3' years crowth from graft
4 to 5 :eet high and stochy, 20 cents, and other trees in pro
portion. Me will take in exchange for anything in our
Nursery, all kinds of Farm produce and stock. Give us a call
as yqu are going to tho river, and examine for yourselves.
Bring along a load of corn, wheat, .pork or anything you
have to spare, and Uho homo trees when tho proper time for
transplanting comes. Seme prefer transplanting in tao
Fall- others in the Sprin?-suityonrselte.
June, 1862. "BAKER ft SQUIRE.
J. KINNEY &, CO.,
Wholesale Grocers aad Dealers
Staple aad Faaej Groceriei
WINES, LIQUORS, TEAS,
FLOUR, PLASTER PARIS,.
CEMENT AND WHITE HMi.
z Eelix Street.
Opposite Que State Bank of Xismuri
ST. J03BPH H. R
Passenger, Express and Freight Traiaa.
Leave and arrive at Saint Joseph as Follows:
laAINS east. ,
Paaeeager Exprasa kavea 8L Josef at
6 o'clock, A; un daily.
4 " .Jt,
& " a.x
Taaora maw. . ,.; "
Paseeager Ixpreaf arrives at St. Jeeepa 9
i. ; . atftMo'eleekTr. . dafly.
EatigraatTraia " &30 " a. x. daily.
Freight , 180 " . m. daily.
Leak, aad wkh Kailreaaa tsrsSKfbmsifmmtB
WATSON ' BRAB,
Whtismk DMers iv
J mi SimZCUtU:m
- 12 Delaware Street
AZ-LOTKLiafbrns tie people of MinhaU aadad-
Joining CouBttea that ke kaaoa kaad, and ieeoa
stanUyreceiTiagagoo48tleetieof ." "?
DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
Of TerTdcscripUo, iacladiag SedrMak Oothiagrt
ble for the timea and season, . .; i
BOOTS &' SHOES, GROCERIES, AC,
W aich will be sold low, for ready pay.
He is prepared to serre his old customers and others who
may Cvor him with a call at bis usual place of business, on
iironaway, cast .xarysri lie, Kansas. nlTtr
BOOT &, SHOEMAKER.
Know all mea by theae presents,
Wf that I make Boots and Shoes of all
L sizes and of every desoriptioa imag ina
ble, for those who may be so kiad as to
give me a call, at No. 63 Broadway, " where V
shall always be on hand. My material ib the
best that can be purchased for gold or Treasury
Notes. Come along and bring yoar feet, I can
fit them; don't care if they are as uneven as a
tomato, or so ugly as to make their owner blush.
Charges moderate as will be seen by the fol
lowing list of prices:
Menr Shoes, kip,
" " calf ,-...:
" ,l sewed , .
" Boots, kip '- t
" " American calf
" " French
Womens' shoes, calf, pegged,
" " " sewed
I will also repair harness as neatly
s possible and at very low figures.. pMy motto",
is to work cheap for cash. '"'" v
Carpenter and Cabinet maker
Will attend to the erection of 'all kinds of build
ings with neatness and disputch. Plaits and spec
ulations iurmsned. 1 nave on band a large
quantity of dry walnut lumber, and am pre
pared to make all kinds of furniture at Mo.
river prices. Terms to suit the times. n6tf
Cabinet Maker & House Builder.
He is prepared to take contracts for buildings
ef nil kinds, and insures that his work will be
done in a subtantial and workmnlike manner.
Cofhns made to Ardor rmnn slinrt notict Pnr-
niture and every kind, of Cabinet work attend-
ea to promptly ana at prices satistactory to an.
He holds himnelf in readiness at all times, on
Broadway, one door east of the Union office,
3rary3ville, Kansas. 3mn7
Now Ready :
PARSON BROWNLOW'S WONDERFUL BOOIT.
One Toln m. Containing upward of 460 pages, 12 snpri
or engravings, an excellent Steel portrait. 4c. Beautifully
printed on fine white paper, and handsomely bound in mus
lin. Price .$U5.
Sent free by return mail on receipt of price.
In eTerr City, Town, Tillage, and County, to sell this thrill
ing and remarkable work. Address
GEORGE W. GUILDS, Publisher,
.Noa.628 and 630 Chestnot-sU Philadelphia.
APPLEQATKi CO Cincinnati, Ohio,
Publishers for tho West.
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURER,
On Third street below Delaware,
BLANK BOOKS ruled, printed aad bound to any pat
tern. For Bankers, Merchants, County officer, 4c. Ledg
rs, Journals, Records aad Dockets; mads out of good paper
eastern prices. Magazines, music and, periodicals, bound
in plain or fency binding. n!3 ta
Order of PbllcatiM.
State of Kansas, Second Judicial District' Nema
ha County. 4 ' .
Samuel A. Stiasons Eugene F. Havens, part
ners as Stinsoa & Havens, 'Plaintiffs, vs Je
rome Wi son, Henry Cowgill, Samuel Cowg'll,
To Jerome Wilson : You-are hereby aotified
that the above named Plaintiffs have commenc
ed an action in the above entitled court against
you to recover a judgment against said defead
ent, Jerome Wilson, for tkasaat of Two Hund
red and sixty dollars aad iaterest thereon froa
July 9th, I860, at the rata of sixty per ceatper
ananas, npoa a prosaiafery aeta sigaed by said
WUkWen the taday of July M D. 1859, paya
il ti a Tt OMmAm at ardmr. &. ta.SttDieet t tM
payment oV saM aaaeant aad Uteratt, Uia fel-t
lawiagpreatisee, awrtgaged by taid W&aa to
iesvre the payment ax - - . 7
Wwit: The SoaUBat quarUr eT aeaUam Ka.
Md apply theproceeaa to kjjmmt;ti nil
a. m . -- .- amnv saaaaaaaua aaaw saaaiaa! aavsatarmiaaa .
aad to foreslose aU the defeaaeatf xigkt, title er
Muity of redemption aad aaearky to said preta
ises. Said note hating baaet satiaaii to that
plaintiffs by Alexaader; T. Btoa execeaat1 ef
the last wflian.t Testaatoatv af AAB" iatsaav-.
Now, unless you plead, awverer ieekr te aaid
Plaintiffs' peuia ea e beK'sha-lihaey ef
Octeber A. P. 1862, the, seed aeHtka witt be tak
ea as true aad jadgauatjaaiirajl f aefirdw rly .
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