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t4stiygyiriwff . I t I s5 JUS. - - Wi -' JJL. (SjTfAS. ili'i, 'J 5x'l go:a.y,iuas J ' 3f rtfS K3adt ne'e t tas:jr9t Tvsws.: 4W "" FRANK SCHMIDT 'KiiiWckofIry Goos and 'Clothing, Hard ware, Quae nsware, Fancy Articles, Groceries;: Patent. Medicines, PURE WINES.. AND LIQUORS, JtrtrytmiBg in t"att in the Frontier Market ", twfccA wiU be told at at LOW PRICES MiZMv&re in the' Slate ' ' HIGHEST TRICES paid for Coun- try Produce, and Hides, Furs, d-c. 110 Broadway, Maryaville, Kansas. January 31, 18G3. ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE. J" Latter of administration upon the estate of James "White. '4ecated, late 'of the county of Marshal!, state of Kau&as, hyo been granted to the undersigned, by tho Judge ot tlie Probata court in and for tlo couaty of Marshall, and state f JCMM,dated tbe2itb daycf October. 18b2. All persons living clahas-againsi said ettate are requested to exhibit the .aijfo tor allowance, tofheunfleTs gnd,wifbinone year from tbedateof the issuing of tho said-letters, or thej wjllbeprc olsdcd from any benefit of f uoh estate, -nd thai if uch lalaCs arenoseqhibitcd within three 'yours from the date Tf'icaefi,HhiyhaUlHHievcr(k!bainL O.C.J.KIK, Adjtalnhtratorc'f'fhe estate of James White, deceased. ADMINISTRARIJPS NOTICE. -LttUrs of administration upon the estate of J. P. Miller lata of the conn ty of Marshall, deceased, have been granted to tbaandersigned, by the judge of the probate court In and Jor the countyif Marshall and state of Kansas, dated the lSth day January, lti. All persons bavin? claims against tha said estate urc requested to exhibit tho fame for allowance 10 the undersigned, within one year from the date of the is suing of the said letters or they may bo precluded from any benefit of such estate, aud that if such claims arc not ex fcibitml within three years from the date of the letters, they siaUbsforcTcr debarred."' MARY MILLKll, Administratrix of John lMiller,decea.ed. MarysvilK January 13T 1R3. v'" SHERIFFS SALE. tate of Kansas, Nemaha county, s. aies P. Benson, plt'll. c VS. WinsorC. Mills.. By virtue of an order of eatebeariwp dale rcccmbtr 32tli A. D-1802 to me directed aud deliicred issued in tho alnne en 'titled cause out ofthe District Court of the as-cond Judicial .District of th State of Kansas sitting within and for Kud aoantyrf XeBiilia,IwiHon Monday the 9th day of February A.D 1863 between the hours of,teu aud elev n o'clock A M m f that day at the Court llouse door in tho town of seneca in the county of Nemaha and state of Kansas offer at public 'sale to the highest bidder for cash in hand, all the right, ritle- aad Interest ,of the above named defendants in and to the allowing descrjbed property to-w it : The north est quarter of action flvefSl of township three 4 of range fourteen 14 situated lying and being in tho county CNamahaandtateof Kans-is find property to bei-nld by ia accordance with the commands of sapl onler of sale, Johnn Kodgers, slicrifTcf Ncmalut County J D Brambaugh, pltfTs Atty, Janl0th.l8C3. SHERIFF'S SXLE. "Tha State of Kan us, I ss County of Nemaha, amuol A.Stinson andElgcneT.acnRpUff. TS 'Thomas Crowley and. Tames R. Herd, Trustee. -JJYvirtuoofun order of pale being date 12tli T)cc 1SP2 to it directed and delivered issued ine above entitled caue out fthe District Cmrt of tho Second Judicial District of the State of Kansas fitting wfthiu and for osd County of Xi m.iha I will on Monday the 23d day of February A. D. 1803 bet ween the hour of one and two o'clock l' M. of said day at tho Court House door in the town of Pen nca in the County of Nemaha nnd Stetc ofKanasjfferat public Sale to the hich- stblddarfix'cashlehKndnUthn rixht title aad .interest of the above aamed tleieiutaats in and to the lollow lug UexTibed Dropertytelt: The vert onelialfof tho Soa hvcBt quarter of section thirteen (13) aud the ca t one half of the south t ast quarter of section fourteen 14) of township two S of Tange fourteen fit situated lying and being ia the county of Nemaha and State ot Kansas. Said property to be old by me in accordance with the com aiadufsaid order of sale. JOHN RODQERS. Shcriffof Nemaln County, Kansas. I.V. Brufflbaugh.plt'ff's Atty SHERIFP'S SALE. Tkt State of Kansas, Nemaha county, ss. BUeSJ 1 , XMiUBOU, 1 ISIUIIU, TSJOBiaU UiaiKTClt X 'IkeodoreUuct, Trustee By Tirtue of an order of sale, bearing date Denbr 12, a. d.1862, tome directed and de- livrd, iwued in the above entitled cause out of the Second Judicial District of the State of Kan--Ma, sitting within and for said county of Nema Jta, I will on Monday the 9th day of February, a.. 1863, at one o'clock P. M. of that Cay at the court house door, iathe town of Seneca, in the ounty of Nemaha and State of Kansas, offer at public sale to the highest bidder for cash in hand all the right, title and interest of the above mamed defesdeats ia and to the following de scribed property, to wit: the west half of the ' ierthweat fractional quarter of Section four (4) andthe east half of the north east fractional quarter of section fire (5) in township number two (2) ef raage thirtee (18) eituatedlyiag nd Being m the county of Nemaha and State At iCaaiif . Said property to be told by me in eeordaace with the command of said order of JOHN 8. ROGERS, Sheriff of Nemaha County, Kb. J. D. Brunhaugh, plfrs atty, :3uiIH,lt. 4wnil iv ' SfccrUPs Sate. T ThW ef baaavMarahall eauaty, SS. ' ''Thee.K. HartwelljTiasteeofLHcy B. Ilartwell PlalatiaT Wia. P. Carr, Jeremiah Preetoa William P. Phiilipa trustee for DavidDodgc, - iDafeadaata. j' - -j. Mj Jrirtae af aa rac of sale bearing date 'Wk Peasarte. A.a.KOi, Uae directed aad 4tUtttt istaedU LaaWe. aatklad cause out aOiIiitric4CRftlM8aoad JadlealPisr. iritaa84aieefaei,'-ettiag within aad far iki aaaaty cf llarsaall, I wUl oa Meaday the -wiesraayef rehraaryA.-. 180. 'between the Aears efoaeaad twoe'efcekP.M., of said day, at the-wart aaase deer ia Ifaryeville, ia tie coaaty ef Marshall, State of Kansas, offer at bUm salt, te.the highest bidder for cash, all the right, title aadiatarastaf the .above aamed Jolaaai''rHnat fewg-acrioed K&9&& tt'iwittatraMtfcwtst ajjparter tf -aaeiiai amaaUr.tweaty-fettr (24). ia tewataif iuassr-oae'(l)'er'rairge aambwalae (9) east . Iviag aadbtingiitaaed ia Marshall county, rJhfttt tf Kiisai jjaaidpraporty to be sold by me jrijliWttrtaaet'ir vte ta aea awad of said order vf) 5iele:raivWur,1ay haad this 3rd day of iaaaary, ju D.196S: ,r ,i . . u. V. B WAS1NQIN, nerif. BraabamfaUratt. a41 jrm tit --"- ''. v.-. ly1!"1 -?:? jtvti tdtas.t'u Grdeij of PulSication. State of ansa.Second Judical District; Kcm fha 'county. f , laaaelA.'SUMtmk Eugene PHTen, prt nersaaSUaaoai Havena, Plaintiffs, ts Je rome Wflson, Henry Cewgill and Samuel .Cewgill, defeadaata. r To Henry CoWgm ad Samuel 'Cowgul: ion re hereby rfoUfed that the abere named plam tiia have cpatmeaced aa action in the abejre en titled court against y to recover a judgment againitaaiddafeadaat, Jarewe Wflson, for the iuatottwakvadred and sixty dollars and in terest thereoa from July 9th, 1880, at the Tate of sixty per cent per annum, upon prpmmis eory note, signed by said Wilson on the 9 th day of July, A. D. 1859, payable to A. B. Saads or order, and to subject to the payment of said amount and interest, the following premises, mortgaged by said Wilson to sfttlre the" pay ment of said note and L.tere9t, to wit : the south east quarter of section No. thirty-two in town ship No. five, range fourteen east, in-saidrounty of Nemaha, to sell the same and apply the pro ceeds to the payment of said amount, and inter est and the costs of this action and to foreclose all the defendant' right, title or equity qi re demption and security to said premises. Said uot having been assigned to these plaintiffs by Alexander V. BUke, executor of the last will and testament of AvB.Sanis. Now unless you plead answer orderautio said plaintiffs' petition on or before the 6 h day of March, 1863, the said petition will be taken as true ani judg ment rendered accordingly. n41 J. D. BRUMBAUGH, att'y forplff. SHERIFFS SALE. The State of Kansas, Nemaha county, ss. Samuel A. Stinson, Plaintiff vs Wm. B. Law- ronce & William F. Wilson, trustees. By virtue of an order of sale bearing date December 12th A. D. 1862, to me directed and delivered, issued in the above entitled tause out of the District Courf of the Second Judicial Dis trict of the State of Kansas, sitting within and for aid county of Nemaha, I will on Monday the 9ih rtmrnf Rohniftrv. a. .. 1863. between the hours of ten and eleven o'clock a. . of that day at the c--mrt house door in the town oi ceneca iu the county of Nemaha and State of Kansas, offer at public sale to the highest bidder, for cash, in i-and, all the right, title and interest of the above named -defendants in and to the fol lowing described property, to -wit: the west one half of the south east quarter and the eajt one half of lire eouh wesf quarter of section weny-hree (23) in (fownsnipone (1) of range fourteen (M) situated, lykig and being in he county of Nemaha and Scare of Kansas. Said property io be sold by me in acoerdanoe with fhe command of said older if sale. JOHNS.RODJERS, Sheriff of Nemaha county, Kb. J.D.Brumbaugh, prflfs ay. Jan. 10, 1863. n41 THE NEW YORK TRIBUNE. 1863. The New York Tribune, first issued iu 1841, now in its twenty-seco'id year , has obtained both a larger and a more widely diffubed circulation than any other new spaper ever published iu America. 1 hough it has suffered, in com mon with oilier journals, friui the volunteering and depart ure of tens of thousands of it patrons to serve . in the War lor the Union, its circulation on tho Oth of December, 186:2,13 a follows: Daily, 50,125; Semi weekly, 17,'-i50; Weekly, 146,000 ntal 215,375. l'rc-eu'MKBtl a journal of News and of Literature, tho Tr.bune 'ba'ipoliticnl convictions wtiieharewell character i7edby the fingle word Keh'bucvx. It is Republican in its hearty -adhesion to the great truth that '-God has made of one blood a)l nations of men" Republican in its asser tion of the equal and inalienable rights of all men to ' lite, liberty) -aud tho pursuit of happiness" Republican iu its steuuUbt, earnest, detiant hostility to e cry scheme and ef fort .if t! ulao Tower, from the Annexation of Texas to the great Rebellion, to grasp the empire of the New World aud wield the resources of our country fonts own ngrau drenient Hepublican in its antagonism to the aristocrats and despots ot the Old World, w ho fondly hail in the perils and calamities suddenly thrust upon us by their American couuterput the overthrow and ruin of the Model 1'epublir; ltcpublicnn in its hope and trust, its taith and effort, that this iitrociou ltebelliou must result in the. n gnal oTertbrowof its plotters, and the firm establishment of equal Tights aud equal laws throughout the wholo extent of our country, wherein Liberty and Union shall indeed be "one and in seperable' henctforth and forever. Terms. the enormous Increase in the price of printing paper and other materials used in printing new sjiapers,coniel3 us to increase the pnee on the Tribune. Ourucw terms are: Daily Tribune Single copy, 3 cents, mail subscribers 1 year, (311 issues) $8. Semi-Weekly TuiBUNEOnc copy, 1 year, (104 issues) S3 ; two copies, 1 year, $12; ten copies, 1 year,22.50L An extra copy will be sent'to clubg of twenty and over. , "Weekly Tribune One copy, 1 year, (52 issues) S2 ; three copies, 1 year, $5 five popies, 1 year, $S ; ten copies, 1 year, S15. Any larger Dumber, addressed to names of subscribers. $1.50 each. An extra copy will be sent to every club of ten. 20 copies, to one address, onoyear, $25, and any larger num. ber at same price. An oxtra copy will be sent to clubs of 20 to clubs of 30 the Scmi-wechly Tribune will bo sent, to clubs of 50 tho Daily Tribuno will be tent gratis. Address THE tTRIBUNE, Tribune Buildings, New Yoft. , When drafts caa be procured it is much safer than to remit Bank Bills. "Theuasaaof tfeePost-Oftke and State nhould in all cases be plaiuly writtca. Subscribers who eend money by Express, must prepay the oxpriB ckargea, else Uiey will bo deducted from the remittance. THE TRIBUNE'ALMA&AC for 1863 Will be ready about Christmas. Price 13 cents; 11 copies ferfl: 100 copies, 0,pwtage paid By express p 100 Caskjoders JoUcitfd. We ch Kup ply back numbers of tWrrikeMAlauaac' for years ,164, 1855,185tt,I83.7,18o8,18W, 18SB, 1861. Price 13 cents each. Addreaiv- tiutiuBuiM, N. Y. SherUPi sale. t The Sftalt of Kaasas, Coaaiy of Marshall . Washiagtoa L. Waticias vat David "K. Rasmas sioa. : J w' .rByTirtaeafaTeadt aatiai4aitf January 11th day of aFS. 18W, teste Jfraceid aad de Viewed,iwedinthealveeaUedcuout of ta2adjsilliatriot-aeurt of, the State of KABsaasittragwithiaaad foralarshaU couaty, I willoa the 10th dayf sUrhAD.-J863, be itFttt Ttae hovnef ieya4f.A,-ai. sarf-r o'cWck r. a. of , said day, at the oeiert aMseT dew ia Ma Vysville in the 'etfatj.)ttfaaali; 8t3Ftf Kan sas, JTer at pWw sale U the hig ., bidder, fer eash, all tha nght,xUk aad iatefest of the aseve aamed drntfihi aad to the ftllewiarttierXWraaasttwit: jt, twd; .three aad fcwft ..ferixreiim Bal lad & MorralTs addwieTtiTtalewa orPalaiet to, slarshalljiounty, State ef aasas,said pr ertytoateldtessisry.UMfiWe aamed vendi aadeeeis. ,Giveaaeraijhaadthis 6th day of February a. DUbVl -.1 'lJT Q. . SWEA1INGIX. Sfctriff. X. P. Bramhaugh; PUTs att'r. 4te45 . - H THE BIG BLUE UNION', IS PUBLISHED EVBUt SATOKDXY HOKKLVG. Cr. D. SWEAkSgEW, Proprietor. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. One copy one year, cash in advance','.'.'...". $1.00 One copy, payable during the yeaf, $1.50 Ten Copies, one year, '' 10.00. An extra copy to the gctteijup of a club of Tea. xOlAT.ES RATES OF ADVERTISING. One square, first insertion 1.00 Each subsequntiinaertion, ' 50 Yearly advertisements inserted on very liber al terms. JOB WORK,! Done with dispatch and in thewefU style of the arte gopTayment requxreu lorpu oo i ors on aeiivery. All Communications, or matters relating to the busiiifess of the office, should be addressed to JN0. P. CONE, Editor and Publisher, Marysvillc, Kansas. TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS & FRIENDS: MlSSOUlli DEMOCRAT. The enonnotis increase in the price of printing paper and other materials used in printing newspapers, compels ifs to increase the price of The Democrat. Our new terms be ginning on the first ef January, 1863,aro : Datlt Democbat Mail Subscribers, 1 year, $10.00. Price to newsdealers, $2.60 per 100. TrnWeekly Democrat Mail subscnbersi 1 year, $5.00. Weekly Democrat Single copies per year? $2.00; three copies, $5.00; five copies, $8.00; ten copies, $15.00 " Any larger club than ten will be charged at the rate of $1.50 per cory. The above rates for all mail ubsciplion3 are payable in adance. Ordsrs not accompanied with tho money, will re ceive no attention. Allpapers,of either edition, w ill Lcdis continued at the end of time paid for. From the dbove it will be seen that we shall raise the prices for the Daily, 1 ri Weekly and Weekly Democrat on the 1st of January next. It is scarcely reccssary to go in to any detail to satisfy our friend of the absolute necessity of tha step. All are familiar with the extraordinary, and rapid increase in the prict-s of printing paper, caused chiefly by tho failure of the cotton supplies, and the consifjuent scarcity of rags. As long as the war lasts, or until some substitute or rag paper shall hae" been manufactured m abundant quantities, these prices will continue at their present exorbitant figures, or. what is very probable, will ndvancestill higher. Again, the expenses of tho Democrat during the coming winter and spring will be nearly double what thej hae formerly been. We are determined to innko it a flrst-olas newspaper, and. in pursuance of this design, have already emtilojcd a number of army corres pondents liave made arrangements to publish full reports, both by telegraph and letter, ot the proceedings of tho Missouri and Illinois Legislatures hate secured tho con tinuance of otir important Washington 'Specials" during the session of Congress, and our fJairo 'Specials' until tho Mississippi river is opened and all these in addition to our regular office expenses, which our readers may concedeare very heavy. When we tell them that in all the departments cf our paper wo conslantly employ a force of more than ninety men. In view of theso things wo bclievo our friends will cheerfully agree with us as to the necessity of an increase in our sulwcription prices. 1863. 1863. PROSPECTUS OF THE HEW YORK LE8GEB, Thero is a great deal of t.ilfc among our cotemporaries about the great ric iu the price of paper,' nnd the ne cessity of a corresponding rise in th price of newspapers. Wo do not agree with our friends as to the last proposi tion. It is true that paper has gone up frightfully fifty percent, at least, and-is ''still oft its way up.' lint wlwt of that. Publishers have for jcars had a good time with low-priced paper, hd made huge profits; and now that times have changed they should pay the enhanced price for paper without Whining and attempting to get it back oil of their subscribers. The increase ot paper will mahe a diftcrouce of tons of thounds of dollars toils early; but w e shall not inwasc the price of the Ledger. Th t will re main as it is. We can afford it. Hie n.tnil price will continue to be 4 cents; and our club terms as they ul- ways have been. Uur sunscrioers have stucK to us when piier was cheap : nnd we do not intend to increaso oUr rates to them now when it is dear- "It is a poor rulo that wont work both ways" All our old coniributere havo been re-engaged for the ensunig year ; our corps will be so large, and will em brace snen a variety ot eminent taienr, mat every ctepirt ment of literature will receive tho particular attention of some one competent to do it ample and special justice. In fict, our contributors will send us from eck to weeh mutli niirc matter than we can possibly u-c. so that we shall alw ft s havo a fresh and tupcrabuudant supplj from which tf elect tuo very best. The following are the names of some of our leading con tributors for the now year 1SC3. What other paper ever presen tedsuch an array of distinguished and popular names: Hon. Edward Everett, Rev, John S. C- Abbott, William Cul'eu Bryaut. Joan T3. SaXe.Geo. P. Morn's, X . P. Wil lis, Geo. D. Prentice, S Ivan us Cobb, Jr.. Kmmcrson Ren net, lllion Coustellano, F. A Durivage, William Ross Wallace T S Arthur, P Hamilton Mers, Col. Walter IJ, Duniap, Mrs Sigourney, Mrs Southworth, Fanny Fern. Annie Cora Ritchie, Alice Cary. Mary Forest, Miss A K Dupuy, 3Iary Staaley Gibson, Carolini Ciiescbrou, F.thal Lynn, Mrs Jistelle Anna Lewis. Amy Randolph, and many clergymen' professors ia colleges, statesmen and other eminent wri ters residing ia different parts of the United States. OUR TERMS I Single copies,$2, per annum ; two copies 3; focr cop ies,$C; eight copies, 12. Postmasters ahd othemf who get up clubs can afterwards add single copies at $.150. Terms invariably in advance. No subscription taken for a less period than one year. The notes ofall specia paying banks taken at par. S-Wo employ no no traveling agents. Address all communications to ROBERT BOXNKR, Publisher. , Ko 40 Park Row XewYork CENTRALIA NURSERY We hava at Centralia, Xemeha county, Kansas, atwut 40,000 apple trees, all grafted, and of all varieties that have been tested iu tho west- They havobcen ruwn here on the eptB paine. If aBy trees will do well in Kansas theiw stiut. Also, quautityor Cherries and different varieticsof Strawberries, Javton Blackberries, ictc We shall be ready during tha "Fall of 1862 and Spring or 1SC3 to supply tke people af Northwestern Kansas with trees grown here, on favorable terms. Apple trees, 3 years erowth from graft 4 to 5 feet high and stocky, 20 cents, and other trees in pro portion. We will take ia exchange for anything in our Nursery, aUTriudsoT Farm produce and stock. Give us a call W foa aca oiu to the rinar, aad exajainc for yourselves. Bnag along a kadof corn, wheat, pork of'anvthinr von "have to spara, aad.tat:e aae trees trhas too proper tuna for transplanting comes, some preier trauspiaating ia tho Fall- other iu tke Ssriag-suityotirselvea. J uoe, 1862. BAKER & SQUIRE. Albert Gr. Barrett. PlfT., ", Before W. TS P. HC68, HeriryB; WiHiamg, Deft. ) J. p. To IlearyD. Williams: Ton will take notice thatoa- the 7tb daycf Jamaty 1863, as order of aUadueatkeod by Will-aaa P. Bess, a justice of the Peaar.forlUrehill coun ty, ia the above eatitled cause, for the sub of$7792 you are there&re aotiied to appear on the 21k ef February, 1C3. Aunt G. Biatrrr, Raitit: a43 WANTED VyANTED, PORK PORK ! I will pay cash ,'16. " Pork. A- B. LOVEElg Marvsville Kansaj Not.30. tf.. Trr-nT- ,'Tf,nr v.r..:m.z:v;njr,-J - "- '.. L1AVEIW0ETH BUSINESS CARDS.-' STETTAUER & BROf.f Jobbers ic boots shoes hats fcod caps. dry-goods , tud cloihiuf. The largest stock in the west AND cm-n aVt Tire Tuciv W-' SWC-irTPRTPV l WE hnvea fnll "assort me Ht of rHnts, Bleach rigs shirtings, Brown sheetinps. Valnut wills Bine nnd .Brown Denims. Checks, Tickings, Brown drill, Flannels, Cassimers, Sattinets, Tweeda, Jeans, Linnons and a full stock of La dies dress, Hosiery, GloTes, Ribbons, &c. In our wholesale department we can and do oScr BETTER INDUCEMENT To our Country merchants than any other house in the West. . All we usk is a trial. STETTAUER BRO. New York Store Xo. 17, Co, 55 and f7. Deleware street, Leavenworth, Kansas. i DRUGS & MEDICINE!. H'lTUtESALE DRUGGISTS, No. 10 Delaware St., corner of Main, Leavenworth, Kansas. Have just received and keep conslantly on hand a full stock of fresh and reliable Drags, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Patent Medicines BRUSHES, & PURE LIQUORS For "Medical purposes. Also a large stock of No. 1 COAL OIL LAMPS & LAMP FIXTURES, at as low prices o any House trt the tcest. Our coal oil is the best e er offered for f alo in the western market. Especial attention will be given to tho Oil and Lamp trade ia keeping tho best brands of oil and the latcs stales of lamps constantly on band. Will phjsicians an country dealers please call and examiba our stock, nlO EDDY & ARNOLD. FAIRCHILD, KING & CO., Wholesale Dry Goods Dealers, LEA VENWORTH, KANSAS, Have on hand one of the largest and best selected stocks of Dry Goods in the West, which they are constantly sellingon the most reasonable ternis. 3Ierctants from ibo Interior are specially invited to call and examino their goods. Ilav inga commodious business IioU,'e,andtfealinf!; entirely in the wholexale branch, they are enabled to sell atpriccu to suit the times. eJOHlSr MYERS J'. DEADER IX ' r & Ch vter-0ak Cookiiife Stovesf Tinn r's Stock, Hollow tvarc &c, AND MANUlMCTCaEItS OF Tin, sheei-iron and Copper ware : 33 Delaware St. Leaven5.orth Kacsa-;. vl.no30 as3. KANSAS B00K-BINDERlf, Established 1857.- JOH DODSWORTII, BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURE, On TJii'rd street, betr.ib fietaware, Zeaventcorlhj Kansas. BLANK BOOKS ruled, printed and bound to any pat tern. For Bankers, Merdiautsj Count officer--. Ac. fd ,Journal,Recordsaud Dockets, n( out ofgoodpapcr .y seCopd Jsjfcial d-fetriet of eartern prices. 3 agazines, muoicau., .la uu eS'lat00U"Kftn-sas, 8ittingTwiHkin,ttd for Mar-f-riu;nnr(kncvbinJin. .. ul3 fi T H1 B V1 . A. .i... k&'Ju.-n u. in plain or fancy bin Jmg. WATSON & BRACL WlioUsale Dealers in DRY GrOODS; Soot and Shoe, Clothing and Outfitting Goods 12 Delaware Street, LEAVENWORTH. X KANSAS. MANSIOTi HOUSE SAMUEL RISER, ProprietoIi, vor. onawmcc ana riiit tvcnxij jseercentcorllu a.an. & Ottfaitmsandbaapgftwa'l Bad fr tlia .Wm States leave thH Doaw IJWl,. . . .rr.iti. u, -?isSfiHr " - 'V-"WSfti STEBBINS& "COT ir,- ' "V --! tSi : ' .. . s.J 4t'T.3tiakI Groce rs. - t - 1 ,Q ff repoctrnTly tafifa dMlvi aad dtlr etDMi call aadjaxaalae earstotx hate halaf etawhtas? TT hmqt mil kmtk m t; .Wxy. " --d.9 v a FULL ASSORTMENT. Ot . i. ' Jt LIQUORSi WINfcS, B)UXDX!lil4 a ) GLASS C. We also keep Foolssap, Note, Legal Cay pa pers and Envelopes, Printer's paper and Carda which we will sell to printers at St.Louia rata with freight added. . We buy and sell exclusively for -CASH, tnd flutter ourselves that wtbuj aadtelUt rates. Our motto' ia Zarge&dtu and Small Frotitti 4 'a f -9 a lr hitltoMp-tMUiaMntiMi toi COAL OIL & LAMPS. ra Wa ajw her avdatw 3 4n sAt,Ti ; Which we Kill sell at th Batimwi T MarJitt. Derlers from Plka'iPeak, aal Bait Lakaaadtha la of Kansas willlindiaourstoraalarg aatrtaaat T ' OUTFITTING dOODS ' it Which tra irill tll at ratwto tail h ' rWAR TIMES!" There are two LAftOZ G10CERT. V, ' iB,MU&Um I.Mid.oaru.andjfce think atraagars hiv wu cheaper tluin at any city.in this tldaity. CaHav "-u" -aJLaad oai ly buy ef ourTioi-je.waeB we iwll at' frs- 'Ttnlidvautafa. 6rnnl3 . - ST-KBBl S fel'O. -Tlte State of Kansa?, County of Marshal!. Joieph Samuels vs Willifim Barrett 13v virtue of an execuuoafbdariag date Janu ary l-liLi. u18rr3,to roe directfrd and deliver ed, issued intheabore entitled ciiscntrjf the Shall county, i Wiuon laeiwaunv u iui:v;o . nlSAS Vt ween the hours of Id DcIok A.X. and- o'clock r. m. of s?d day'attSe'conrt house doorinKarysvilleythe cduitty of-Hnrshall, State of Kansas, ofier atpnblfc salrtothe high est bidder for csin, all he'righ'tlitle -and inter est of the abejv? named defendentin and to the following described' 'real "estate, to, win ""Lota fivo (5)ndJxX6)Ta "block tweni-four (24) in Ballard' & Jlbrrall's adrlition" td i Talmetto, Jjiag'and.being.sltuated within the incorporate) limite of Marvi-Ville: Marshall county; 'State of Kansas, and to'bc sold to satisfy the abovo exe- .Given under inj hand tnis 6th day of Febra- arvji.i jicoo. - . G. D. S WETRIXGHt, Sheriff. ' ,J.u. urumofiu im.-w. ... ' i s !5 a "