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M. and 4 o'clock Ps MS of Baid day, at the court house door in Maryb villein the county filiarehaU, State of Kansas, offerrat Public ale to the highest bidder for cash, all the right, title and interest of the above named defendant 1a and to the following described real estate, to wit: lot Block Lots Block 128 1689 71 4 .. 4 3 91011 72 4 8 It " 6 12 73 2 6 4 80 'ill 7 46 93 - 8 1361012 94 f -. 9 6 9 95 11011 10 8 96 18 . . 12 3 4589 97 5 -f 13 2 98 .14 , , -I 15 68 - 100 12 " - 17 2 7 89 101 6 9 1 18 4 102 17 812. - 19 12 103 60' 21 8 18 1 ' '. 22 5 6 129 IS 23 1 65 10 24 2 3 4 91 25 1 65 49 "'- 27 8 15 8 - 28 7. 14 4 8 It '' 29 10 70 8 -80 7 103 6 81 1 10 78 83 1 99 f6Tt 34 8 63 86 9 24 18512 87 8 84 14 66 8 - 88 5 25 39 1 4 211 40 1 20 1112 '46 12 2' 10 47 9 3"9 f 48 5 11 r'14 9 - 50 S 32 19 12 56 1 95 181011 57 4 49 4 712 58 3 52 ' 14789 ' 59 2 7 171012 60 10 40 811 62 6 50 63 7 88 12 58 64 9 96 10 65 9 82 2 8 79 11 " 66 4 14 J 84 7 67 8 64 8 8 8 9 11 c 68 2 48 8 -' 69 1 9 88 8 8 911 70 5 30 8 94 12 85 2 80 10 67 22 2 86 4 17 8 16 6 7 S 93 13 61 12 40 2 s- 46 8 23 15 IS 2 19 7 11 56 ft 93 11 25 8 96 12 8 I 6 1 4S 9 -93 9 5 9 - r 69 3 83 8" 98 6 6 1. 16 7 56 8 - - - 62 A, 2 9 60 2 22 10 93 1 13 ft - 68 12 2 6 46 6 58 18 31 II 37 4 2$ 9 37 18 96 7 21 1 8 1 27 7 9 5 32 ft 39 10 38 g 65 5 56 7 109 1 31 3 100 9 15 10 69 10 30 5 33 12 14 3 8 6 103 10 .22 11 103 7 5 12 63 .8 4 6 35 10 28 5 3 .38 5 p 94 10 37 5 29 I 40 2 39 13 72 9 94 10 98 6 101 12 27 6 91 5 " 97 10 39 8 ' 1l 10 12 12 . " 47 2 32 6 67 3 46' 5 46 12 93 II 67 10 50 5 11 11 19 10 23 11 93 V . J20 5 H 6 B 1 3 29 1 41 10 32 :.$ 66 4 19 9 - 22 3 28 8 50 5 35 6 "; 65 6 14 2 60 5 2 6 - & ' 60 5 102 4 22 10 61 6-" 59 10JIL 15 t jgmnW 49 1 iP 70 12 39 ump' 100 3 59 1 96 6 12 i , 99 3 34 1 wllf3- 3 1- '46 3 102 7 -99 -f4 46 0 12 10 i 37 12 97 T' .27 10 25 12 100 2 83 11 14 4 94 16 6 2 107 l 9 47 11 41 v 11 4 1 9 67 4 7 11 49 57 48 12 34 2 17 6 8 V. 1 All Wins and neW situated in the town of Pal neti nnwithin the incorporate limits of the city of Marysrille, MarshaHcounty, State of Kansas and to be sold to satisfy the above ven di and costs. Given under my kand this 27th day of February A. D. 1863. G.D. SWEABINGElfjSktriff. J. D Brumbaugh, PlTs att'y. 48 "LBaJ2 STOOK1 4ft Or PlRSf 6L'A& goods "fr 4 3H "! - A. E, Lovelies Variety Store. I have just received a large supply of first quality GROCERIES, including all the sta ple Tarieties such as Your, Coffee, Tea, Sugar, Molasses, Tobacco, Candles, Soap, c, $c. DRY-GOODS. Embracing Muslins, Brown Sheetings, Calicos, Delaines, Flannels, a great variety of Hosiery, Bed Ticking, Gentlemen's Dress Goods, of the latest pattern Hats and Caps, Boots Shoes, Jfc. DRUGS AND MEDISINES in variety and amount lot large to here enumerate. Also Confectionary, Stationery, and an endless quantity of Nicknacks and Notions. Shelled Corn, Bacon ice. taken in txchonge for (roods. Thankful for past liberal rapport, I hope to merit a con tinuance of the same from all of my old customers, and trust to receive my share of the transient and new trade now a-going in this and adjoining counties, promising t0 all who deal with me satisfaction and their "menes worth." A.JK.LOYELL. n45 THE NEW YORK TRIBUNE. 1863. ThdXbW Tork Trilmnc first issued in 1S41, now in its twenty-second j ear, his obtained both a larger and a more widely diffused circulation than, any other newspaper erer published in America. Though it has suffered, in com mon with other journals, from the volunteering audd-part-uro of tens of thousands of its patrons to serve in the War for the Union, its circulation on the Cth of December, lS62,is a follows: .Daily, 50,125; Semi-w eelJy, 17,250; Weekly, 148,000 total 215,375. Pre-eminently a journal of News and of Literature, the Tribune has political convictions which are well character ized by the Bingle word Repcbucax. It. is Republican in its hearty adhesion tothb great truth that '-God has made of one blood all nations of ruen'Kepublican in its asser tion of the equal and inalienable rights of all men to ' life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness" Republican in its steadfast, earnest, defiant hostility to every scheme and ef fort of the Slave Power, from the Annexation of Texas to the great Rebellion, to grasp the empire bf the New World and wield the resources of our country foritSowri agran dizemeut Republican in ith antagonism to the aristocrats and despots ot the Old World, who fondlj hail in the perils and calamities suddenly thrust upon us by their American counterpart the overthrow and ruin of the 31 odcl Republic; Republican in its hope and trust, its faith and effort, that this atrocious Rebellion must result in thesignal overthrow of its plotters, and the firm establishment of equal rights and equal laws throughout the whole extent of our country, wherein Liberty and Union shall indeed be 'one and in sepcrable" henceforth and forever. Terms. the enormous increase in the price of printing paper and other materials used in printing newspapers, compels us to increase the price on the mbune. Our new terms are: Daily Tbibune Single copy, 3 cents; mail subscribers 1 year, (311 issues) $8. Semi-Weekly Tribune One copy, 1 year, (104 issues) S3 ; two copies, 1 year, S12; ten copies, 1 year, 22.50. An extra copy will be sent to clubs of twenty and overl "Weekly Tribune One copy, 1 year, (52 issues) S2 ; three copies, 1 year, 5 ; five copies, 1 year, $8 j ten copies, 1 year, 15. Any larger number, addressed to names of subscribers' $1.50 each. An extra copy will be sent to every clnb of ten. SO topics, to one address, one year, $25, and any largernnm beratsMaeprk. An extra copy will bo sent to clubs of 20- Tociuosoido me uemi-weefcly Tribune will be sent, to clubS bf 50 the Daily tritmne will be sent gratis. Address THE TRIBUNE, Tribune Buildings, New York. When drafts can be procured it is much safer than to remit Bank Bills. The nama of the Post-Office and State chould in all cases be plainly written. Subscribers who send mone v by Express, must prepay the expresa charges, else they will be deducted from the remittance. THE TRIBUNE ALMANAC for 1863 Will be ready about Christmas. Pricel3cents; 11 copies for $1; 100 copies, $9, postage paid By express, $8 per 100. Cash orders solicited. We carl sup ply back numbers of the Tribune Ahsaaac for years 184, 1S55,1856,I857,1S58,1859, I860, 186L Price 13 cents each. Address the tribune, N. Y. Fetltfoa ffer Divorce. Jonh Dunbar, plaintiff, vs Sarah Ette Dunbar, Defendant. In tie Second District court within and for the counties ef Uarakall, Washington, et aL at tached, in the State of Kansas. Sarah Ette Dunbar, of the State of Iowa, will tale notice that Joha Dunbar of the ctunty of Washington in the State of Kansaa, did on the ISthdayof rebruarjr,1863, file his petition in the wrt aforesaid against the said Sarah Ette Dumbar, ttefebdeat, praying that he may be di Torced fruatfceaaita'eftadaat, for the cause of willful abeeaaalk Ike apace af a year prior to the filing of his petition, withwi cause or proT ocation on his part, and tftc said Sarah Ee Dun bar is motified thai ah is reqajred fe appear and answer said petition? m befere the 11 A day of April 1863 JOHN DUNBAR, Shelled Corn, Oats & Bacon, For which the buhttfc price in ..cash or goods will be paid By A. E.LOYELL. THE BIG BLUE UNION, IS rUBLISHKD EVXKT SATTJBDAT XOBJH5Q. L D. SWEARKGESTProtletor. TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One copy one year, cash in adTance, 9L00 One copy, payable during the year, $LJ50 Ten Copies, one-year, , 10.00 An extra copy to the getler up of a club of Ten. RATES OF ADVERTISING. Oneeanare, first insertion '.SL00 Each (Nifcaeouent insertion, s;50 Yearly adTtrtisementa inserted on very liber al terms. JUB-muu n Done with dispatch and the latest style of the art. iQTPayment require! for all Job Work on deliYery. All Communications, or matters relating to the business of the office, should be addressed to JN0. P. CONE, Editor and Publisher, Marysville, Kansas. TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS & FRIENDS : MISSOURI DEMOCRAT. the enormons increase in the price of printing paper and olber .materials used in printing newspapers, compels ns to increase the price of The- Democrat. Onr new terms be ginning on the first ef January, 1S63, are : Datlt dmocat Mail Subscribers, 1 year, $10.00. Price to newsdealers., $2.50 per 100. Tei-Weeklt Democrat iJIail subscribers, 1 year, 55.00. Weekly Democrat Single, copies per year? $2.00; three copies, S5.00; five copies, $8.00; ten copies, $15.00 Any larger club than ten will be charged at the rate of $1.50 per copy. The above rates for all mail snbsciptions are payable in advance. Ordars not nccomjianied with the money, will re cti ve no attention. All papers, of either edition, will be dis continued at the end of time paid for. Prom the above it will be teen that we shall raise the prices for the Daily, Tri-Weekly and Weekly Democrat on the 1st of January next. It is scarcely .necessary to go in to any detail to satisiy onr mends of tneabselute necessity of this step. All are familiar vith the extraordinary and rapid increase in the prices of printing paper, caused chiefly by the laihire of the cotton supplies, and the consequent scarcity of rags. As long as the war lasts, or nntjl some bubstitute fir rag paper shall have been manufactured in abundant quantities, these prices will continue at their present exorbitant figures, or, what is very probable, will advance still higher. Again, the expenses of the Democrat during the coming winter and spring will be nearly double what they have formerly been. We are determined to make it a flr-olass newspaptr, and, in pursuance of this design, have already employed a number of army corres pondents have made arrangements to publish full reports, both by telegraph and letter, of the proceedings of the Missouri and Illinois Legislatures have secured the con tinuance of our important Washington "Specials" during the session of Cohgress. and our Cairo 'Specials'' until the Mississippi river is opened and all these in addition to our repilar office expenses, which our readers may concede are very heavy, when we tell them that in all the departments of our paper wo constantly employ a force of more than ninety men. In view of these things, we believe onr friends will cheerfully agree with us as to the necessity of an incrpaoin our subscription prices. 1863. 1863. PROSPECTUS OF TEE flEW YORK LEDGES.. There is a great deal of talk among our cotemporaries about the 'great rise in the price of paper," and the ne cessity of a corresponding rise in tba price of newspapers. We do not agree with our friends as to the. last proposi tion, it is true mat paper nas gone up lngutiully fifty perceiit. at least, and is "still on its way up." But what of thaL, Publishers have for years had a good time with low-priced paper, and made largo profits ; and now that times have changed they should jay the enhanced price for paper without whining and attempting td get it back off of their subscribers. The increase ofpaperwill mahe a difference of tens of thousands of dollars tons yearly; but w e shall not incj-ase the price of the Ledger. That will re main as it is. We can afford it. The retail nrice will continue to be 4 cents; and onr clnb terms as they al ways uave Deen. uur euuscnoers nave stucK to us when paper was cheap; and we do not intend to increase onr rates to them now when it is dear- "It is a poor rule that wont work both ways " All our old conjribnters have been re-engaged fori the ensunig year ; our corps w;H be so large, and will em brace such a variety of eminent talent, that every depart ment of literature will receive the particular attention of some one competent to do, it ample and special jnstice. In fact, our contributors will send us from week to weeh much more matter than we can possibly use, so th'at we shall always have a fresh and superabundant supply from which to select the ery best. The following are the names of some of onr loading con tributors for the new year 1853. What other paper ever prcsentedsuch an array of distinguished and popularnames: lion. Edward Everett, Rev, John S. C- Abbott, Willjam Cnllen Bryant, John G. Saxe,Geo,P. Morris, X. P. Wil lis, Geo. D. Prentice. Sylvanus Cobb, Jr Emmerson Ben net, lllion Constellano, V. A Durivage, William Ross Wallace TS Arthur,? Hamilton Myers, Col. Walter B, Dririiap, Mm Sigourney, Mrs Sonthworth, Fanny Fern, Annie Cora Ritchie, Alice Cary, Mary Forest. Miss A K Dupuy, Mary Stanley Gibson, Carolina Chesebrou, Ethal Lynn, Mrs Estelle Anna Lewis. Amy Randolph, and many clergymen' professors in colleges, statesmen and other eminent wri ters residing in different parts of the United States. OUR TERMS : Single copies, $2, per annum ; two copies $3; fotjr cop ics,$5; eight copies, $12. Postmasters and othersfwhoget up clubs can afterwards add single cepies at $,150. Terms invariably in advance. No subscription taken for a Ipss period than one year. The notes of all specia paying banks taken at par. 3-We employ no no traveling agents. Address all communications to ROBERT BOXXER, Publisher. No 40 Part: Row XewYork SHERIFFS SALE. The Suite of Kansas-, Marshall county. James Slreater vs Lorenzo D. Rich. , By virtue of an order of sale bearing date 18th February; A: ; 1863, to oe directed and, delivered, issued in the aboTe entitled cause out of the' District Court of the Seeond Judical Dis trict of the State of Kansas, Bitting within and for the county cf Marshall, I will oa Tuesday the 7th. day of April, A. D. 1863, between the hoars of 10 a. x. And 4 o'clock F. M., of said day at the court house door in Marysville: in the county of Marshall, State of Kansas, offer at public sale, to' the highest bidder for cash, all the riglit, title aid interest of the above named defendests, in and to the following described real estate to wit; the south half of north east quarter and north half south east quarter of section four, (4) township two, 2 south of range six, (6) lying and being situated in Marshall county, State of Kansas; eaid prop erty to be sold by me in accordance with the command of said order of sale. Given ondef my hand this 5th day of March A. D. 1863. G.D. SWEARlKGET, Sheriff! J. D. Brnmbasgh. plTs att'y. 40 FURS, FURS. Joseph Sunelt is paying the highest Market price in cash, at his gtere in MnysVille,. for xhto, huc aa truer, jaeaver, ommnr. JHina, 1felf,,Cooa fcc.j fee. AllperatM having furs will do well to apply .to Samuel's before geing elsewhere as he pays the higb'ast market price. STETTAUER & BRO Jobbers inbooti shoes hats , . and caps dry-goods,, i,. and clethlng. :friuL The largest stock in the west AND SOLD AT THE LOW. EST PRICES! WE have a fullassortment of Prints, Bleach csshirtiars, Brewm sheetines. Walnut twills BuealBrewn Denma Checks, Tickings, jjrowu arm, iwuuna, v,ss3iiwrBi;.-oi.iiHcus, Tweeds, Jeans, Linnens and a foil s trick of I4P dies dress, Hosiery, Gloves, Ribbons, &c: r In our wholesale department we can and do offer BETTER INDUCEMENT To our Country merchants than any other houfce in the West. All we ask is a trial. STETTAUER BRO. New York Store No. 17, 55, 55J and 57. Deleware street, Leavenworth, Kansas. GREAT BARGAINS! AMD OASBt PEIGES' FRANK SCHMIDT Has a stock of Dry Goods and Clothing, Hard ware, Queensware, Fancy Articles, Groceries, Patent . Medicines, PURE WINES Alh LIQUORS, Everything in fact in the Frdntier Market All of which will be sold at ai LOW PRICES as elsewhere in the State HIGHEST PRICES paid for Couii try Produce and Hides, Furs, dec. 110 Broadway, Marysville, Kansas. January 31, 18G3. Sheriff's Sale. The State of Kansas, county of Marshall Orwell C. Horr vs D. D. White & Co. By virtue of a ve"ndi bearing date January 17, a.d. 1863, to me directed and delivered, is sued in the above entitled caus'e out of the dis trictcourtof the second judicial district of the State of Kansas, sittiug within and for the coun ty of Marshall, I will on the 17th day of March a. d. 1863, between the hours of 10 o'clock a. m. and 4 o clock p. k..qi said day at the. door of. the courthouse in Marysville, Marshall county, State of Kansas, offer at public sale to the high est bidder for cash all the right, title and inter est of the above named Defendent in and to the louowing aescnoeu real estate,, to .wit: lot y in block CI ldt 5 in. block (7) lot 7 in blockf 7) lot2 in block (8) lot 7 in block (11) lot 1 in block (14) lot 3 in block (14 lot 5 in block (27) lot 4 in block (34) lot in 1 in block (42) lot 6 in block 52) lot 3 in block (55J lot ym block illl ly ing and being Situated in the town of Palmetto, Marshall county, State of Kaasas. And he following lands and fenemenfs in he fown of Marysville proper, o wiZ: lot, ope'fl in block 21 lot 7) in block (44 lot 51'in blooktl9 lot 5 in block (51 ldt (8 in block 22J lot 12 in block (3WJ lot 7 in bloct 114 lot 1 $n blocfe (75 lot (10 in block 17 lot 6 in block (71 lot 9 in block (44 lot (6) in block (40 lot 1 in block 102 lot 3 in block 109 lot 3) in block 73 lot (9 in block 70 lot i in block (73lot4inblock(50)lot (11) in block (80) lot (3) in block (114) lot (4) in block (17) lot (6) in block (109)lot (12) in block (83) lot (12) in block (44) lot (6) in block (47) lot (4) in block (48) lot (10) in block (83) lot (8) in block (44), all lying and being situated in Marysville (prop er) Marshall county, Kansas. Said property to be sold to satisfy the above vendi and costs. Given under my hand this 13th day of February a.d. 1863. n46 Q. D.SWEARINGEN, Sheriff. SHERIFF'S SALE. The State ot Kansas, Marshall county. James Streeter vs Emil C. Hooper. By virtue of an order of sale, bearing date" Febrrmrv 18. a.d.1863. tome directed and de livered, issu ed in th above entitled cause out of the Second Judicial District of the state of Kan sas, sitting within aadjfoi Baid county of Mar shall I will on Tuesday the 7th day ef April a. d. 1863, between the hours Bf 10 o'clock a. x: and 4 o clock p. x. of said day, at the court house Jdoor, in the town of Marysville in the county of Marshall and State of Kansas; offer at public sale to the highestbidder for cash in hand all tho right, title and interest of the above named dependents in and to the foUwwing de- scrioea property, to wu: xne soau east quar ter of section twelve, (12) m township two (2) south of range six, (6) east, situated, lying an being in the county of Marshall, State of KaBsac. 8aidrroDertvtobe said hv me in accordance with Um eoaamand of said order of sale. Given tender By hand this 5th day of March, i.D. 1862. - G. D.SWEARINGEN, 8Kff. J D. BrunTJin jh, plTs att'y TUfr STEBBINS & CO; '. j? ii " vaauauss In litia '' Grocers We rwpKtfaUj Invite fcabri i&d dttrtM of KiMftiW call and'exusiae owetock baton baiac ilwwkare. - jp aU kind f GMl O O ER ItXMtf t A FfJLL ASSORTMENT OT! t fce V . - ?-c liquors, wines; brandi?; A Vvry targe Stock of NAILS, GLASS AC. ft W a! an Vpti Fnnl?'art. ote. Lecal Cav Da- pers and Envelopes, Printer's paper and Cardi which we will sell to printers at St. Louis rates with ireignj- aaaea. s- We buy and sell exclusively for CASH, and, flutter ourselves that, we buy and sell at lewmi rales! Our motto is Large Sales and Small PrbfiUl Tf e Urito afpedal atteatioa to oar aheap ! 66ALOIL & LAMP$; We also bare and are eoastaatlf leoelTlug J SAlT! Which we hill sell at th Bottvn of fa Market. Dealers from Pile's Peak, sod Salt Lake andthe'Intealaf cf Eanais will find In onr itore a largo aejortaeat at OUTFITTING GOODS Which we wirfsell at rates' to snit ik WAR TIMESt There are two LARufc CROCERY U E la Atehbow be'de onrs, and wc think stranger! i btv ve cheaper tt.an utunrritvin t!il ririnitr. rfl&n e u alLaadOB- j buy of onr houae, when we Bell at vp' tout adTantage. bm mo oiiiDDi v w. Sheriff's Sale. . The State of Kansa.'. County of Marshall. Joseph Samuels vs William Barrett. Bv virtnft nf an execution bear in date Janu ary 14th, X. b.i&SG, to me directed and deliver ed, issued in the above Co tit lea cause, out oi me district court of the second judicial district of the State Of Kansas, sitting within and for Mar shall cotiniy, I will on the 10th day of March a. D.1863, between the hotfrs oflOolclock a.m. and 4 o'clock r. m. of said day at the court house door in Marysville, in the" county of Marshall, State of Kansas, offer at public sale to the high estbidder for cash, all tie right, title, and inter est of the above named defendent in and to tb following described real eatate,lo wit : Lots fiv (5) and six (6) in block twenty-fbiir (24) in Ballard & Morrall's addition t& Palmetto,, lying had being situated within theiflCorporate. limits of Maryrville, Marshall county, State of. Kansas, and to be sold to satisfy the abote exe-J elation and costs. - Given under my hand this 6th day of Febm- kr i y 1RR5 G. D. SWE ACT GIKl Skerii J. D.BmoiiiSPUrraU'y A.tfsf .j.;aP--fe -- , - EfcaaEggS'