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junction, Saturday; dec. 13, 1862.
O Dr. Sevmocb has returned from a trip up
the Smoky. Says there is coal there.
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U The Commissioners of Leavenworth county
have levied a tax of $CO,000 in that county to
v ay the expenses of the coming year.
ID The United States Express Company re
ceived eleven tons of freight in one day in Leav
enworth recently. .
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A great sale of condemned horses and mulea
comes off at Fort Riley next Monday. Splendid
chance for those wanting an "old plug."
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CT The Grist Mill project is still being ngita
ted. ' Various plans are suggested. One gentle
man signifies his willingness to invest $2000 in
such an enterprise.
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Religions Elder Dennison will hold Quar
terly .Meeting (o-morrow, in Taylor's Hal'Vi. He
will preach this (Saturday) evening, and also
Sabbath piorning and evening.
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tCT Thomas L. Madden, who was convicted at
the late term of the District Court of poisoning
Ann Smith with a decoction of whiskey and
cantharides, lias been sentenced to five years
imprisonment in the penitentiary.
U"Iand G companies of the Juinsa3 Ninth,
passed through lov.n last Saturday for Fo:t
Riley. They came from Fort Lamed. In one
company wc noticed several"" red men of the
forest"' They will probably winter at Riley.
Mrs. McFarhnd's school closed yesterday.
Mrs. McF. has endeared herself to many of the
parents of this neighborhood by her success with
the children. The District School stands in the
way of her reopening her school immediately.
i.Bj" We have received a heavy instalment of
portry" from "Rosey." Its calibre is entirely
too heavy for the bore of the Union. It is not
what might be called orthodox in principles
generally laid down by spelling-books.
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What we have Leasxed. That legal adver
tisements, without the Cash in advance, are a
humbug. Therefore, the money mutt be had on
6uch advertisements before they will appear in
the paper. Waiting on the property to pay our
fees is played-ouL
i
Just as we were going to press, who should
drop into our sanctum but Fued Marvin and Yv
BiNTON. They have spent the last six months in
tramping over Illinois and Iowa. Marvin was
one of our regular loafers, and it seems natural
to have his " phiz " around again.
A Blunt Teu:gcu. General Blunt'slast tele
gram is to tJie effect thatthe enemy, 25,000 strong,
had attempted to forceliis position for three days
but were driven back, and wiuds up, " You will
soon hear of one of the damndest fights or foot
races that has taken place lately."
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ITT Martin Daily, an old resident of Junction,
now a member of the Second Kansas, piid our
town a isit one as.y last week, and was warmly
welcomed by a host of friends. Daily has been
a member of the Second, ever since its organiza
tion, not having been mustered out at the time
the rest of the boys were, and was at the battle
of Ferrsville, a member of General Mitchell's
xjdy-guard.
U The Charter, Books, fcc, of Occident
Lodge, No. 2G, I.DFrr.MhNT Onnui of Good
TEMrL&5 have been received. It is to ba hopd
that the true friends of Temperance will take hold
of Uiis strong and effectual weapon of ltetorm,
and adhere to its teachings. Some evening next
week the Charter members will meet at Taylor's
Hall, when the Lodge will be instituted and a
permanent organization effected. Notice will be
served as to what evening. The opening of
such an institution will be a inaiked era in the
history of Junction.
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Personal. Refugees from the border of Seccs
eia are common, but one from the heart of the
Southern Corn-fcderacy is a novelty. Mr.LrN
Field arrived in town last "Wednesday, having
had to leave the benign state of Alabama rather
unceremoniously or submit to be pressed iuto
service againsthis Country. Mr. Field is a Vcr
montcr, but has been doing business for several
years in Alabama, and being likeljr to be pressed
into a company of rebel cavalry, ho flew towards
civilization, and left all rather than war upon
his Government. He is a " bully," jovial fellow,
and will ba quite nn acquisition to the "cfrcle."
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AJFatal Accident, A young man by the
E&mc,ofIJolzmari, while on a buffalo hunt on
the Smoky Hill, one day last week, was acci
dentally shot, and died while on his way to his
home in. Salina. He and a companion were
together when his companion stumbled and fell,
.causing his gun to go off, the charge taking
eficct in Holzman's thigh. His wound did not
bleed much, and he appeared to be doing well
until within a short time of his death, which
was unanticipated and a mystery to the pbysi
cian who has since examined him.
A CARD.
We are now receiving, direct froniNew York
oar WintcrStttk" Tobls.---We bare a large
lo,tsbf Jleady Made CJoJ&ng' and G&l'l fir
nishing goods, Ladies' Dress Goods, Hosiery.
&e. Our stock of Boots and Shoes Jjor. men,
women and children, is the most complete to be
found west of Leavenworth. All of which, we
offer FOR CASH at the lowest living rates.
' ' STREETER & STRICKLER.
P. S. We ray the highest market price for
Hides, Tillow and Furs of all kinds. S &. S.
United Statea Assessor' Office,
' ! LATrlTESci, Kansas, Dec$. 1862;-
XTOTicE -isi herbSyagiyex: that
J3I the Assessment of Taxes wider the-Act
entitled "An Act to provide Jnternai Keveue"
Ac, has been completed fwr the month of Sep
tember, in Division No. 6,-coprismg the coun
ties of PolUvattomie, Riley and Clay, and that
all peraons.intcrested can examine the nst uy
calling on the Assistant Assessor, M. J-l,99rtJ
at Manhattaa.
The iadersigned: will e xattfenjlanc at
tManhattanjon.the 1st aJan,uay, 9-W
jmrpose' of 'bearing Jfcppealsfnoni -4hAAlMH
meat, assaaic.by the'JusisUnTJ&aSaia
. JAMESJELEGATE,
. United "States AesotforKan3P.-
"A Teace Rumor.
The New York Tikunc o3 the follow
ing from Washington:
Dr, tJarnev, a citizen of Baltimore, jtm"
recently taken by rebel pickets, near Cen
tre vine, ana lorwaruea 10 xucumona: ne
has since statedTthat lie went oat for the
express purpose of being captured. WhHe
in Richmond, where he had numerous ac
quaintances, he had frequent interviews
with members of t he Cod federate Cabinet,
and was admitted into many secrets of the
J rebel programme. When the time arrived
for his departure North ho was sent for by
J. P. Benjamin, who handed him letters,
addressed to Governor Seymour, of New
York, Fernando and Ben Wood, Vallandig
ham and Cox, of Ohio, Bayard, of Dela
ware, Heyerdy Johnscn, of Missouri, and a
number of other noted Democratic leaders
in the North. and Border States. In the
verbal instructions given to Barney no
terms were asked for. Southerners told him
they would consent to no terms. If not
admitted to the Union again as equals they
would not come in. again at all. What they
ask is the granting of an amnesty to all the
military and civil leaders of the rebellion,
so that an election for members of Con
gress can be had during the coming winter,
and that body be called together a3 early at
least as April. -
THE UNION FOREVER
JOHN P. WILEY, of JUNCTION CITY,
keeps at his old stand, - - v .
The, Claim House,
a good assortment of DRY GOODS & GRO
CERIES, And PROVISIONS, as well as BOOTS
and -SHOES ; and he flatters himself, a3 he has
no rent, clerk, or hauling to pay, that he is
able to sell as cheap as can be bought at the
retail houses in Leavenworth City.
Having traded in St. Louis with Morgan &
McClung to over $50,000, and with-IIensley &
Russell, of Leavenworth City, and now selling
for prominent firms in Leaenworih, I flatter
myself that I am regarded as a prompt and
well posted man, prepared, if necessary to sell
goods for others on commission, on fair and
reliable term's, is well as to'be able to sell
quite-' as 'cheap 'as they can be purchased m
Western Kansas. Farmers, " bring on your
HIDES AND PRODUCE,
and exchange with me, and hunters, bring me
your FURS of all kinds, and I will prove my
proposition. -I- also keep a small amount of
LUMBER ana COOPER STUFF
r on band for sale.
Appraisement Notice.
State of Kansas, "
Davis County. J ss ii
Geo. W. Kingsbury: You are hereby notified
that on Tuesday, the 30th day of December, A.
D. 1SG2, at 10 o'clock, a. x., I will, upon the
premises, levy on and appraise according to
law, the following described Ileal Estate, to
wit: Lot G in bins' 38, lot 18 in block 27, lot
17 in block 15, lot 6 in block 7, lot 10 in block
20, and lot 11 iu block 20, situated in Cuddy's
Addition to Junction City, and lot 17 in block
GO, in Junction City, in the county of Davis
and State of Kansas. Said land will be levied
ou and appraised by virtue of an Ort!er of Sale
issued from the 3d District Court for Dais
county nnd othera attached, in the State of
Kansas, in favor of Wni. S, Biakely, and against
the uboc named Geo, W. Kingsbury, at which
time and placo you can attend if you think
proper. Given under my hand tbis the 0th day
of December, a. v. 1SG2.
A. W. CALLEN,
nG-itpf$5. Sheriff of Davis Co.
Appraisement Notice.
Stale of Kansas, J gg
Davis County,
Waters W. Herbert : You are hereby notified
that by virtue of an Order of Sale, issued from
the 3d Distriot Court for Davis Co. etal attached,
Mate of Kansas, in favor of "William Strceter,
and against Wateis W. Herbert, I will, upon the
the premises, on Wednesday, tho 31st day of
January, a. d. 18G3, at or about 10 o'clock, a.
m., levy on and have appraised according to
law, the following described Real Estate, to
wit: Lots G and 8 in block 1, lots 8 and 9 in
block 2. lots 1, 3, 6 and 8 in block 4, lots 1, 2,
3 and 9 in block o, lots 2, 9 and 19 in block 7,
lots 8 and 19 in block 8, lots 14 and 15 in block
9, lots 11 and 18 in block 13, lots 1G and 18 in
block 14. lots IS and 19 in block 22, lots 1 7
and 19 in block 24,lots G and 7 in block 27, and
lot 17 in block 29, .situated in Cuddy's Addition
to Junction City, in the county of Davis and
State of Kansas, at which time and place you
can attend if you think proper. Given under
my hand at the city of Junction, this the 6th
day of December, A. D. 18G2,
.-A. W. CALLEN,
uG 4tpf$7.50f " " Sheriff of Davis Co.
Order of Publication.
William II. Mackey, Pl'ff. "j In toe Third
,"" versus Judicial "District
DciritYC. Stevenson, Deft. J Court, withfii
and for the county of Davis, State of Kansas.
The above named De Witt C. Stevenson, for
merly of the State of Kansas, now of parts un
known, will take notice that William H Mackey
of the county of Davis, State of Kansas, did on
the 2thday, of SfcptMnber, 'A? D? W2i file his
petition in the District Court of the 3d Judicial
District, sitting in anu.ior ue county oi uavis,
State or Kansas, against the: 'said De Witt C.
Stevenson tor the sum of $63 00, with interest
from the 25th dayof June, A, D. 1S62; said
sum being the price and value of a stallion
horse which-the said, defendant on or about the
25th day of June, lSC2', unlawfully converted
to his own use And the said De Witt C. Stev
enson is hereby notified that an oider of at
tachment has been issued in this action, and
thaty-.virtue of said order of attachment, the
Under Sheriff of said county has attached the
following real estate of the said De Witt C.
Stevenson, to-wit: Lof 17 in block 11, lot 13 in
block 30, lot 1-i.in -block 63, lot &in block 70,
and lot 11 in block B, Situated, lying nnd being
in Junction City, Davis County, State of Kan
sas ; also, that A..W, Callen, Sheriff of Davis
county, aforesaid, and resident therein, has
been earnisheed as having in his hands proper
ty of the said defendant, in money, amownting
to S25.77. The said lie Witt U. etevenson is
notified that he is required to answer or demur
to said petition on or before the 14th day of
Februtry, A.vTJL 1863,C8r aaid.ptUtion will he
taken as true, and judgment rendered accord
ingly, and said property sold ta-pty the same.
J " " WTLtlAirnrMACKEY.
Attest, By S. B. White, his Att'y.
R. D. Hobley.lerfc - (n6.Ctpf$14
t-SJ
in ;z:p ii-
T4KTICE
BL.AKKS of aU-lilads
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Davi County Tax NoticeT
THEltASJlOLLvOE-DAYIS COUNTY
for the year 1862, has been placed in my
hands for collection. The tax-payers in said
county are hereby notified that I will be in each
Precinct in Davis county, at the usual place of
holding "elections, at the following times, to col
lect said taxes:
Ashland,
West Point, -Clarke's
Creek,
Lyon's Creek,
Junction Citv,
Drceraber 17th, 1862
18th, "
19th, "
r ' 20th, "
22d, "
Two mills of the State tax is pyable only in
Gold or silver, or United States Demand Notes.
On all taxes remaining unpaid after the 1st day
of January, A. D. 1663, a penalty of ten percent
will be added. DANIEL" MITCHELL,
n5 5t Treasurer of Davis Co.
Riley County Tax Notice.
THE TAX ROLL OF RILEY COUNTY,
for the year 1SG2, has been placed in my
handa for collection. The tax'pyers in said
county are hereby notified that I will be in each
Precinct in Riley county, at the usual place of
holding election1', at the following times, to
collect said taxes:
At Manhattan, December Gth, 1862.
Ogden ' " ' 8th, "
Wild Cat precinct " 15th, " .
Batchelor, " 17th, "
Mill Creek. " 22d, "
Fancy Creek, " 24th, "
The rate of taxation for this year is
County tax, 8 mills per each dollar's value.
State " 5 "
School " 1 ' " " "
Toll " fifty cents each.
Two mills of the State Tax is payable only
in Gold or Silver, or United States Demand
Notes. On all taxes remaining unpaid after
tbe first day of January, A. D. 1863, a penalty
of ten per cent will be added.
' "JAMES HUMrnREY,
ao-ol) Treasurer of Riley County.
Notice to Tax-payers of Dick
inson Connty.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEX THAT
the Tax Roll for 1862 has been placed in
my hands for collection.
I will be at the different places of voting in
said county for the purpose of receiving the
same, as follows :
Mud Creek, December 16th, 1662
Turkey Creek, " 17th, "
Lyon's Creek. " 18th, '
Chapman's Creek, " 20th, "
On $100 a tax of $1.00 has been, levied for
County purposes. ,
On$100a tax of $0.50 has been levied, for
State purposs. I ' i
On $100 a tax of $0.10 has been levied for
School purposes. v
State Capitation tax, $0.50.
To all taxes unpaid after the the first day of
January, 1863, a penalty of ten per cent will be
added. JOS1AII JONES,
Treasurer of Dickinson county Kansas.
By R. S. Milllk, Deputy.
Abilene, Nov. 8, 1862. n5-4t.
J, JULIUS KEL.L.EEC,
Manufacturer and Wholesale and Jitfail
Dealer in
415 CHEROKEE ST., NEAR BROADWAY.
LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS,
o
ORDERS PROMPTLY. FILLED, AND
WARE DELIVERED AT EVERY
PLACE IN KANSAS.
ALL "WARE WARR ANTED.
City Bakery.
Washington Street, between 6th and 7th,
JUXCTIOX, KAXSAS,
W. BCCKER.rProptiaor.
FAMILIES'
SUri'LIED WJTU
BREAD AND CAKE
Wines, Liquors, Tobacco,
CIGARS AND CANDY, ALL CHEAP,
nltf FOR CASH ! -
DRAKE BROTHERS,
BOOKSELLERS,
Stationers and
PAPER DEALERS,
- Scfiool1 Books, JBlank Books,
every description of
IPHnSTTERS'
Furnishing & Paper Warehouse
G7 DELAWARE STREET, BET.'3d& 4tH,J
Leavenworth, Kansas.
THE HIGHEST; PRICE PAID TOR RAGS.
VauncU rrovfJeu?8 MPepoti
CALL AT THE Post- Office axd get, the
latest Leavenworth, St. ""Louis, "and'"New
York Daily and Weekly Tapers You wilf find
there also pipr, pens, ink? "erivelppes-achool
books, window eurtain, wall paper, &c. , 22m3
V,'i'i.'i ;
immh--j
t
vuu
&" &
l" MANUFACTURES' v-
of all kinds of
FURNITURE,
JUNCTION C1TT, KANSAS.
COFFINS made with neatness and dispatch.
MATTRASSES of all kinds constantly on
hand. All orders filled on short notice.
EDWARD W. SEYMOUR, M. D.
OFFICE, AT THE GITY DRUG STORE,
Jcibctibn CityyXansai. i
tmrCmjatr a: ttnnati
mjlss as jlVtcccx, siablt orrosifi p. o.,
-GOOD awu AwwiyyAHwa
! i
TTHOMPSOWOODRUFF OF
Jxcln3iiety;WJiolcsa(e JJcaicrs in
FOBEIGM AMD DOMESTIC DRY CPGDS.
-AND,
Ik&w&e e2 Wo tjo jys :
To the Merclianls of
KANSAS. COLORADO. AND NORTII-
WESTEUN 'MISSOURI.
We are now openin , direct from the manufac
turers, T ' -
f
A LARGE STOCK OF
ON MAIN -STREET, BETWEEN SHAV-
NEE AND DELAWARE,
(Old Stand uf Lucas Donaghy.) ,
LEAVENWORTH, 'KANSAS.
We would call the attention of all to our Mam
moth Stock before makin purchases elsewhere.
In our stock i ill be found all rades of
BROWX SnEETlXGS, DEXIJfS,
STRIPES, GIIECKS,
and the latest and most desirable styles of
PRINTJ, Delaines & LAtfNS.
A. verv extensive stock of
STAPLE NOTIONS,
All of vchich ice offer at
Unprecedented Low Prices !
WE WILL IWOT RETAIL,
hence off r to dealers the! benefit aecruiii from
;f7iH rFlTDlTl'-
jyj?
ili
STOCK
?
THOMPSON, WOODRUFF Sz Go..
Main Street, bet. Shawnee .and Delaware,
Lcaveiiirorlli, Kansas.
FAIRGHILD KING & Co,
SO. 52 MAIN STJIEKT, (.V3.TII0NY BCILDGS,)
OilHIHn IIR1L
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
DRY GOODS,
TOll JP&F2S
aP
?
ivsir
s.
ss
HATS AND GAPS,
CARPET, OIL CLOTHS, &c
KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND
A Fun.!-. ASSOI2.TME2TX' FOR
COUNTRY MERCHANTS,
and have now in store A NCW AND I! CAW
STOCK, purclifised prrtious to the late ndv.mco
in .piiccsi. consequently we can sell as LOW
AS ANY HOUSE IN THC WEST.
Oiders Respectfully Solicited
wm. h. Mckinley,
AUCTIONEER,
Tenders his servicer to the people of DAVIS
and adjoining counties , ..
TERMS-REASONABLE.
Refers to Union Office or to S. M. P trickier.
Junction City, or to WM. II. Mc.KINLEV,
u49-tf.) ' Kentcn, Davis Co , Kansas
R. D. MOBLEY,
District Clerk of Davis County
RE.IL ESTATE AND LAND AGENT,
JUNCTION-CITY.
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.
n8tf
CRAIG UE & M O OX,- - v
'.WHOLESALE A EETA1L DEALEU8 JS
Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
y Cigars and Tobacco,'
- - fcixAs Ar.-TjrrosiTE Trn: tost omen; -.
Topckg, Kansas.
S. B. WHITE,
AfrORNETfi COUNSELLOR
p-f JUNCTION CIT-r, KANSAS. ' ;
W" ILL. PROaPTL'Y ATTEND TO ALL
business, entrusted to his care in Western
KtnaaSl : nltf
J. C. KENNETT,
3prunty Surv;cyorff
Kenton, Davis County, Kausat.
Will promp'ly attend to all kinds of Sor
. Voying otf terras to suit the times.
NOTICE OF APPRAISEMENT.
State of Kansas, f
rtavta PmiBfv rrr' -& . -i
Elles Conaellr: Tou-areherefiyinotinedihat
on Monday, the 29th. day of December, 1862,
at 10 o'clock, a- si., I will, "npon th"e premises,
lew on and have appraised according to law,
Ihi Ifollawiag dtscribei Real Estate, to-wit :
LiOIS SiO. O UU I, IB U1UCK i-'tu. o, biiu inc i-
purtenancea thereon, in ,CuddyXAddilion.to
Jucdcn City, in the eomnty efDa? k and State
of Kaasas.i Said laad will be vie4 oa'aad
appraised by-rirtne of mi Order of Sale issaed
fromtht 3d District Court for Dayis -coanty,
with others attached,' in the State of Kansas,
in faTor-'of John Liadsley, and against the
above Banted 1 Connelly, at which ttme and
place you can atlend if you thint proper. Grv
asder my hand, this the 6th di'y'if Decem
ber, A. D. 1S62. - -.
A.Y.ltCAl,LKiN,
,-., JcL"- r n.. pn
pofcjc WltSOH. """ TXwlWniSTlSC9,"t..
WILSOlT-fc HASTINGS,
Formerly John Wilsoa 4: Cb.
"Wholesale feid. Retail . r
' IStealerS'Iii
W8VMM CBT1EIY
Iix)n, Steel, Nails,
CIRCULAR SAWS,
RUBBER BETING
iPitDiiiMcii &3&df
Xo. 23 Dd'Mcare. Street,
LEAVENWORTH, - KANSAS
TIIE ATTENTION OF BUYERS IS
. inited to our Stock, which will be found
as complete as any in the West ; and we are
determined that iu the matter of
Q UIJTY 15 PEICES,
No firm west of St. Lam's shall give
SETTEE WniiHiY!
ill j)ay particular attention to
Orders from tlie Country
Filling them Promptly rnd Faithfully.
03" Remember the place and address
WILSON & HASTINGS,
No 23 Delaware St. bet. Maiu & Second
m & s p w
NEW OPENING.
AVI-IOLESA.I.E
HOSIERY,
GLOVES, '
YARNS,
THREAD'S,
EMBROIDERIES,
LACES.
TRIMMINGS,
RIBBONS.
HOOP SKIRTS,
CORSETS,
HOTIONS,
-MILLINERY GOODS,
STRAW GOODS,
ZEPHYR GOODS.
C , WiLLOW WARE,
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
FdJKVrrfJM STAPLE
Dry Goods!
Etc., Etc.
Orders will be promptly filled and carefully
attended to.
S..M. R0THCHILD,
Fo. 71 Dtlaware Street,
Leavenworth City, Kansas.
WATSON & BRACE,
xcholcsalc dealers in
OUT GOODS,
BOO TS ?.A 7) SIIO ES,
CLQTHISG 161 ITFITfilE 060DS.
io. 12, Delaware Street,
ECHVcnwortli. Kansas-
EDDY ic ARNOLD,
Vl10lc.-4alc Dealers in
MB HI HUB,
jp.Ainsrrs, ores, brushes,
Glassicare, Perfumery, Fancy Ai tides, e.
A Full Stock of
mzz n jmL. wt-j km m: mLm
LAMP AND LAMP FIXTUIIL'S.
contantly on hand.
Xo. 10 Delaware Street, comer Main,
LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS.
JOHN II. KARNAX,
WASHING TON STREET, JUNCTION CITT.
rkEALER IX
STOI'ES,
and all kinds of , , I
Tin Ware, Sheet Iron, &c.
A supply Jf .everything in his line sufficient
for tletwanta of thistieighborhoad. " ,
Repairing done on'the shortestnotice. allf
-'. - DANIEL MITCHELL,
L.LVD JGE.XT, SURVEYOR,
JUNCTION CITY, KANSAS.
rAB ITAURAi'VTS for sale for
A CASH, and on time.' - Land Warrants
located. Collections made and Taxes paid for
no-residcnts. nltf
LORESZd'bOW Jons C OII3.
DOW & OTIS,
Counsellors at
Law.
Topeka, Kansas
Frank Jehle, .
olmS
BOOT jNT SHO
. v MAKERS
CORNER WASHINGTON & 7th STREETS,
Junction City, XLanisu.
REPAlTlINGddne on hhort nctlce.4 TERMS
CASH, n2tf
F. M. FLETCHER,
CARPENTER AND BUILDER,
Junction City, Kansas
WILL ATTEND TO THE ERECTION OF
all kinds of Buildings with neatness and
dispatck, WSB PLANS nd SPECIFICATIONS
anusatd. " :;tlJ".'ft.' .
TERMS To suit.ae " HARD TIMES."
Lnmri nt,T 1 , KtTT TlRHtF STOKE.
MALE OR-FEMALE AGENTS
TTO SELL
LLOVD'&NSW TEET;pnATECOUSTr COL
ORED MAP OF THE CNITED STATES,
CANADA8, NDNEW BRUNSWICK.
Prom recent ,surey?, coapletoi Aug.""l6
lSti2; ooat $20,00 1 engrave itaad one jiatfgO
time.
Superior to any $10 map evcr.iaadc jy Col
ton or Mitchell, and sells"at the low price of
afty cents ; 870,000 Barnes ore engraTeU on this
mip. . ' i - r " .
It 13 not onlv Coantv Map. but it'Is alaa ,"
COUMYAN RAILROAD MAP
of ihp Uniied Estates and Canadas combificd ia
one. giTing
EVERY RAILROAD STATION
and distauce between.
Guar-xntec any worn n or man $3 to $3 per
day, nnd will take back alt naps that oaaaat
be sold rnd refund the money.
' C.H.I t.V "2 1 .....fT . . K..
schu lJt wt. nulla iu ij
PrinfHl instructions how to cauva well,
furuibhed all our agents.,
Wanted Wholesale Agents for oar Maps In
evens State, California, Cannda, England, I
France atid Cuba. A fortune can bo mads
with a few .hundred do'Hrs dipit.il. No cox
rKTiTio::. . J. T. LLOVD, No l$4 Broadway,
Kew York.
The Wur Department uses our Mp of Vir- .
gini.i, Mnry'?nJ, and Pennsylvania, cost S10O-1-
000, co which :s iiwrked AntreJaa ureec,
Shnrpab-g, MiryKad Heights. illiamsport
Ferry, i. uorersvule, olana a tow, ami an
other- on the Potomac, and every other plact
in Maryland, Yirgiuia, and Pennyhania, or
mjary refunded,
LLOVD 5
TOPOGRAPHICAL J1A;' OF KENTUCKY,
OHIO. INDIANA nd ILLINOIS,
h the only nuihority for Gen. ttuell and ths
War Department- Money refunded to anyotw
finding an error iu it.
1 uce 0 cents.
From the Tribune, Anir. 2.
"LLOYD'S MAP OF VIRGINIA, MARY
LAND AND PENNSYLVANIA This Mop is
v.ry Inrgc? ita coat is but li-5 cents, and iv is
tun nnsr wmcii cvx bk vlkcuvscd."
' LLOYD'S GREAT MAP OF THE MISSIS
SIPPI RIVER From Actual Surveys by Capt.
Bart and Wni Rowen, Mrssipsippi River Pilots,
of St, Louis, Mo., shows every miti's plaafcv
tion and owner's name fiom St. IOuis to th
Gulf of Mexico 1,330 miles every sand bar,
inland, town, fcindtnjr, and all places 20 miles
back from the river colored in counties avl
States. Price, $ I in sheets, $'', pocket forai,
and $- 50 on linen, with rollers. Ready Sept.
'20.
Navy DervnTMnxT, Wamhnv.toN', Sept. 17, '02.
J. T. Llotii Sir: Send me your Map of tho
Mississippi River, with price per hundred cop
.es. Rear Admiral Charles II. Davis, ccmmaml
iig the Mississippi squadron, ie authorized to
purchase as many as are required for the use
of that iquadron. GIDEON WELLES,
Secretary of tho Kavy.
To liom It jlas Concern.
Notice is hereby given that Louh KiUasa
committed suicide on or about the 13th 39of
September, A. D. 18(i"2, at his place on Clarke's
Creek, Divis couuty, Kansas. Said Louis Kit
lass uas born iu Prussia, and at the time of hia
death was about fifty years of age. He was
five feet nine and a half inche3 high, fair com
plexion, brown eyes and brown hair, and had
served 22 years in the United States Army.
He died possessed of the following property;
viz : One quarter section of land, being the
north-east quarter of Sec. 27, Town. 12 South,
Range G Eist, and personal property to ths
amount qf $2l3.73.
(n6I.Gt.) CHRISTIAN WEIZEL,
Adminibtrator of the estate of Louis Kill63,
Executor's Notice.
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned
was appointed Nov. 3d, 18G2, by John E. Koes,
Probate Judge within and for Davia county,
Kansas, Esecutor of the estate of W. II. Wooslcr,
deceased. All persons indebted to said estate
are requested to make immediate settlement of
the same : and all person having demand
against said estate are required to exhibit the
same to the Executor,. to be allowed, within one
year from the date of these letters, or they may
be precluded from any benefit ot said estate ;
and if such claims tire not exhibited within three
years froin the date of Uicso letters, they -will be
e J.tiL a t t n'nftoTrn
iorever aeoRjreu. u. n.. nuuotuui ,
Executor of the estate " of IV. II. Wooster,
deceased. ii2-4t"pf$5.
luring on Your Grists ! !
I WILL GRIND CORiN AT TIIE JUNO
tion Cty Steam Mill every Saturday until
further notice, commencing NdV. ,16th. Will
grind for toil if preferred.
nS-tf.) N S. GILBERT.
-NOTICE . .
IS HEREBY GlVX"T0 ALL, PERSONS
it ham it may coaccra, that the undersigned
gave a note, dated July 22nd, 18G2, to Robert
Parker, or bearer, fnr the snm cf ftnecn ((lo;
dollars, payable ninety days after date. This
is to caution all persons against buying said
note, as I will not pay sa'd note, 'having re
ceived no value therefor.
RoBt.r.T McRtvKOLn.
Solimon Cily, Aug. 22, 18Gl (n3
LEWIS KURTZ,
MANHATTAN, KANSAS. i
TtZXLtll IS
Groceries, Provisions, Clothing, Dry, &09'1m,
Hats and Caps,' Boots' and bnoes.-rj"
gather with everything uenaN
ly kept in a first class
Country Store. " ,,
WILL recive every 'description of Coantry
Produce in exchange for jrood", such as
wheat, corn, oats, pork, tallow, bide, potatoes,
turnips, onions, in fact nearly eery thing that a
farmer raises.. ..
B,Mis5auii nioaxj taicn at par pr
sent-ed soon: ,- nltf
FRUIT TREES POR SALE.
'' be suljicriber has on hand FIFTY T1IOUS.
I AN;D APPLE TREES, or w-Eix-sri.ECT
varieties, as'irelfaqnautity of Peach, Locsst
ke., S"c', which he offers cheap' for "cash, cr
will exchange for ct?w, young- stock or grais,
at reasonable prices. i1IRAf BEAL,
Ashland Nursery, Davis Co., Kansas. n4Sly.
TAXES, TAXES !
. ' JG. W. SAPP. - -
Covxtt Clerk or nAtr.NM ccc.niv, S"oTAar
PCB I1C, LzGtxCOKVEVA.NCER, ANB
GxXCKAt BCStNIi3aCK.STr I
Topoka, Kansas,
w
TILL ATfEXO TO ALL BUSINESS
entrusted to him. volleelrons mitie
nA nfomntlv retnmed. Taxes 'paid for nea-
resident; .all letters afdrejeed to hio ill
meet prompt attention. .
OFTICE, 0VER THE TOST OfTICB. .
" W. E. SUTLIFFj ,
M e r oil an 'i Trailo r.
T2r- ,AT A .iaWTeDCw; HufH.
r' sxlk'at TJnawwi
j-n?r- !-t . Kt
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