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OF THE SMIYIUMMCAIIM. A WEEKLY HEFUPLIOAW NEWSPAPER, DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WESTERN KANSAS. Volume II. The success which has attended us during the past year, as shown by our increased cir culation, in our securing so extensive an adver tising patronage, and by the high encomiums which have been received from the press and people cf the State for our bold and indepen dent course, ia defence of the Right, have BSktiefied the Publishers that the Union is a fixed and permanent institution of Western Kansas. "While thanking our many patrons for the bountiful support which they have given us and for the encourngement received by the many compliments bestowed, we wor.ld ask a continuance of their help in making the Union a reflex of the prosperity and advancement which is sure to attend he course of Western Kansas, btnetly identified with the interests of Western Kansas, and well knowing its vast resource?, which are only awaiting the magic hand of the capitalist and laborer to be fully developed, and added to the growing wealth mi; uuuuiry, we snau spare no pain3 or energy to bring before the masses of the East the great advantage of our country as a place of settlement for the home-seeking immigrant .vcryunng tending to induce capital to flow hithcrward for tho development of our exten sive Loal Iields and rich Salt Spiiugs will receive that particular attention which it deservea. xu ponucs, we sunn pursuo tuat course wiucn wo believe justified by principles of Right and Justice, and which tends to Human Progress, Universal Liberty, and the free pursuit of Happiness by all mankind. The importance of having a full and com plete local department we would not under estimate, and we are again impelled to ask our friends to aid us in this matter give us information of any thing transpiring in your neighborhood. We desire the Union to be a perfect history of this locality. As we are unable to reduce the price of our paper, and live by if, at the same time making it a useful institution, wc have concluded, in View of the mighty interests involved in the present struggle, to so arrange our terms as to give our friends an opportunity of extending our circulation in their localities: One year 52 numbers -Six months 2G numbers Ten copies, one year, $2 00 1 00 15 00 We will also give to the gctter-up of a club of ten subscribers the eleventh copy gratis. Wc would appeal to our friends to aid u in putting the Union in the hands of every man inn estcrn Kansas. BLAEELY & MARTIN, Publishers. EXCITEMENT I N SSTEI I Something- New! m fiiE siiim ! HENKY GANZ HAS JUST RECEIVED AT THE BigStone Store "KNEW STOCK OF FALL GOODS COMPRISING ALL THE ARTICLES USUALLY KEPi' IN A FflfiST 0L&: li ST0BI He invites particular attention to his splendid stcck of READY-MADE CLOTHING, direct from New York City. He flatters himself that he has now on band THE NEWEST AND BEST STOCK OF GOODS IN THIS LINE IN WEST- ERN KANSAS, comprising (bo VERY LATEST STYLES, which in view of the HARD TIMES, he offers at the VERY LOWEST CASH PHIS Tic has the most complete stock of mE (&m ever offered in this market. Among tho end less variety of articles will be found plenty of staples, such as r J tlDIVTC rTVT;-i ,- , rivuMO, 1-JV.M.U5, IIUIUXGS. SAT. INETS, DOMESTICS, STRIPES OAS1MERES, JEANS, &c. ' And Other Goods in This Line. Also : HOSIERY, HATS AND CAPS. His GROCERY DEPARTMENT is up to the iunest standard, and comprises SUGARS, MOLASSES, SOAPS, FISH, CANDLES, TEAS, COFFEE, TOBACCO, OILS, PRIED FRUITS AND SPICES, Ijard and jBacon, SALT BY THE SACK OK BARREL. 8CHOOL BOOKS, SLATES AND STATIONERY! MIS MRS. S. M. STRICKLER, of Junction, Agent for "Wheeler fc "Wilson's SEWING MACHINES. Wheeler 8? Wilson's SEWING MACHINES HAVE WON THE J0SBI3SS3S 3?&iEIE2W2 at the Fair of the IT. S Agricultural SOCIETY. And at the State Fairs of Maine, Vermont, New York, Pennsylvania, Mississippi, Ohio, Illinois, Michigan, Connecticut, New Jersey, Virginia, Missouri, Indiana, Kentucky, Wiscon sin and California. We prefer them for Family Use. N. Y. Trib. They arc the Favoiite for Families. New York Times. It has No Rival Scientific American. There arc 85,000 Machines in use in this conntry and in Europe. This Machine is Profitable and Available a Life Time. It is equal to Ten Seamshcsse?. An Annual Dividend of 100 to 500 per cent (on its cost) may be obtained in use by its possessor. This is the only Sewing Machine in the world making the Lock-Stitch with the Rotating Hook and using the Glass-Foot. The Sales of the Wheeler & Wilson Machine in the single year of 1851 amounted to 10,727 ; being 3C92 more than the combined sales of all other Sewing Machines. PRICES : No. 1. Medium, on Table, - $G5.00 No. 2. Improved Black, on Table 55.00 No. 3. Black on Table, - - 45.00 No. 4. Large Machine, - 75.00 No 5. Cylinder Machine, r 85,00 Instructions will be given to all persons wish ing to learn the use of the Machine, whether they become purchasers or not. BST-To Ministers of the Gospel and for Charitable Purposes, the Machine are sold at reduced prices. mm hub! From the Celebrated Manuiactory of George A. Prince & Co., Buffalo, N. Y. 24,000 Of Prince's Mclodeons have been finished and arc now in use. BgSu'Ihc First Premium has uniformly been awarded io these instruments wherever exhib ited in competition with others. Prices : New Organ Melodcon (for churches) $350.90 Double Bank, Double Uced Melodcon, 150.00 Piano Style, Double Beed Melodcon, loO.OO Piano Style, Six Octave Melodcon, 130,00 Double Reed, Five Octave PortMelodeon,l30,00 Five Octave, Portable Melodcon, 75.00 Four and a half Octave Port. Mclcdeon CO.OO Four Octave Portable Melodcon, 45.00 BST Messrs. THOMPSON. WOODRUFF & Co., of Leavenworth, are the Sole Agents for Kansas of these justly celebra.ed ms'rumcnts They have given the sub-agency to Mrs. S. M. Strickleb, who will secure an instrument for any person who wishes to purchase at the pub lished prices. June 20, 1SG2. S. FE&IIIlElxllER & Co. No. 50 Main Street, iimmn mm. HAVE IX STORE AND ARE COZSrST-STTXTSr REGETSTIIN'G- JL Varied Assortment of Heady jVE a d e CLOTHING. GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS, HATS AND CAPS, BOOTS id m cfc fcc. -CT-E MANUFACTURE OUR OWN Goods in Philadelphia, and can compete IK ilDALlTY ID PRICES with any house west of Cincinnati. The atten tion of buyers is invited to our stock, and a call solicited before purchasing elsewhere. S. FECHHEIMER & CO. MANUFACTURERS of all 7cinds of FURNITURE, JUNCTION CITY, 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. PMMYSMCMJJ9 SUllGEO ASS ACCOT7CHETJB. OFFICE, AT THE CITY DRUG STORE, Junction City, Kani as. PASSAGE OF THE HOMESTEAD BILL! GEEAT INDUCEMENTS! LIBERAL QFFEfiS TO ALL WHO WISH TO SECCBE rOE THIMSELVI8 A HOME! rpHE PROPRIETOR OF Abilene, anticipating a l?rge emigration to Western Kansas during the present year, and the location of the COUNTY SEAT of Dickinson County at that place, offer the Most Liberal Inducements to all who wish to locate there. To those who will make improvements within twelve months he will donate from two to five lots, according to the amount of improvement Superior induce ments offered to Mechanics He will also make liberal donations for CHURCHES, SCHOOLS, and Public Improvements. Abilene is beautifully situated on a small stream of clear running water, one mile nnrlh of the Smoky Hili River, near the geograpical centre of Dickinson county, and on the great thoroughfare from the Missouri River to the Gold Regions, New Mexico, and California. It is the only town between Junction City and Salina, and is located midway being twenty five miles from each. The country around Abilene is the most fertile and beautiful that can be found in the State its character being an intermixture of timber and prairie, pecu liarly adapted to agricultural purposes. The fertility of the soil, the excellence of the water, the healthfulness of the location, and the abun dance of timber and building stone, are induce ments of no ordinary character ; while in addition, the rich mineral resources of this portion of the State, ihe Salt Springs, and extensive Coal Fields west of us on the Smoky Hill, insuring the early completion of a Rail Road from the Missouri River, makes it one of tho best natural business points in the State. The town was laid out six months ago, since which time over one hundred lots have been sold, and it now contains a store, blacksmith shop hotel, Post Office, and several families. Those wishing further information are re ferred, by permission, to the following gentle men, at Junction City, Kansas : Hon. R. McCratney. Register U.S. Land Office Henry T. Geery, J sq , S. M. Striokler, Post .Master. CHAS. II. THOMPSON, Fraprtetor. Abilene, Dickinson Co , Kansas. Feb 1, 1SG2, NEAV DRY GOODS HOUSE A T LEA VEJVIV OR Till The undersigned lias opened a new Wholesale & Retail DRY GOODS HOUSE At the Old Established Store, No. 50 Dataware St. Bet. 2d & 3d. Our Stock will be ENTIRELY NEW, and, without enumerating, re would say that it comprises Everything in this Line! Merchants and Settlers of WESTERN KANSAS Will do well to give us a call when they visit Leavenworth. R. C. BRANT & Co. AYHOLESALE Stove & Tinner's NO. 51 DELAWARE ST., NEAR THIRD. rZELA.VE2S-WOE.TH, KANSAS. E VERY TIIIXG REQUISITE IN THESE Branches of Business constantly on hand. Tinners can bur their goods of me as cheap as in St. Locis. Having an extensile workshop, particular attention given to the WHOLESALE TRADE. Orders solicited. F. R. MERK. JAMES B. DAVIS, Manufacturer and Dealer in FURNITURE, Of every style and Description, AM) UNDEETAKEE ! A Large Assortment of fOODCOFFIISADHmiLICCASES Constat) tly on band. 66 Delaware Strcetoet. Second and Third, Ijearenworth, Kansas. TOFEKA HOUSE, J. STEWART, Proprietor, AJUtSAS A.TZ5UZ, KEABLT OPFOSITK P. 0., Topeka, "Kan was. GOOD STABLE ACCOMMODATIONS attached. nltf SAMUEL Wholesale mm, nmim. rami &, fc CORNER OF SHAWNEK AND THIRD STREETS, LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS. My Stock consists FLOUR, MACKEREL, CANDLES, SOAP, CHEESE, RAISINS, NAILS, GLASS, MOLASSES, SARDINES, WTIITELEAD, 111 Kinds of Staple and Fancy GROCERIES. Everything usually kept in a FIRST CLASS QUEENSWARE HOUSE. As I do a JOBBING BUSINESS principally, I have selected, my Stock with the greatest care, and with a view to the wants of our Western People. MERCHANTS, and others from the country, who study their own interest, will find it to their advantage to giye me a call before purchasing. ORDERS for Queensware promptly filled and packed with the greatest care, and at tho LOWEST CASH PRICES. Country Mer chants will please take notice that I AM SOLE AGENT for the Celebrated I will pay the HIGHEST PRICE IN CASH for HIDES, FURS, AND TALLOW. SAMUEL COCHRAN, Corner Shawnee and Third Sts., LEAVENWORTH, KANSA S. JAMES STREETER. ST1BBTEI & STRICKLER. Dealers in s TIP i? IN LIB GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, HAEDWABE, QUEENSWABE, HOLLOW Ml BOOTS AID SHOES. BATS A! CAPS. MIS, ETC., T -unction City, Kansas. HAVE MOVED INTO THEIR NEW BRICK BUILDING ON THE CORNER And in addition to tlieir present Stock of Goods will open an ENTIRELY NEW AND WELL SELECTED STOCK. Times having improved, they intend to keep a full and complete assortment of every thing needed in this market., Every thing not on hand when called for, will he ordered on short notice. mwrnw, msmssssm &m mnwmw mmm, together with every kind of staple Goods, such as PRINTS, DENIMS, CHECKS, STRIPES, COTTONADES, JEANS, BROWN & BLEACHED SHEETING SHIRTING. AL MOWING SCYTHES, FORKS, &c. They will sell exclusively FOR CASH, and at the lowest living price. facilities are such that they cannot STETTAULR & BROTHER'S NEW YORK STORE, Corner of Third and Delaware Sts., LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS Have just received a full assortment of FU111 IDS LADIES' F.ftlCI" IP it ESS GOODS! KID GLOVES, HOSIERY, NOTIONS, &c, Which we offer to the Public at the Lowest Cash. 3?rices ! TO WHOLESALE BUYERS We would only say, one of our firm, being con stantly in New York, ire are enabled to keep np the best selected stock west of St. Louis, and baying Exclusively for Cash, we can sell Goods cheaper than any other House in the Western Country, The constant demand on us for Goods from Country Merchants, has induced us to open an exclusive Wholesale Department, Which enables us to FILL ANT ORDER! ENTRUSTED TO OUR CARE. 8TETTAUER ft BRO., NEW TOKK BTOEE, Corner Delaware & Third Sts., Leavenworth. A FINE ASSORTMENT OF COAL OIL Lpf at tie CITY DBTJG STOBB. COCHRAN, Dealer in in part of SUGAR, COFFEE, TEAS, WHITE FISH, CANDIES, OILS, OYSTERS, CORDAGE. INDIGO, RICE, S. M. STRICKLER. FANCY DRY GOODS. SO ci B9 SM-A.TT. Their he undersold in Western Kansas. M. K. SMITH, Dealer in OSS &Tffi S(D!Eg Of All Description, From Infants' Two bit Reanos all the way up to GENTS' PREMIUM PATENT LEATHER SEWED BOOTS! also: all Kiss? or Family Groceries, THE SWEETEST SUGAR A.HD THE SOUREST VINEGAR! SUGAR AT TEN CENTS, TEA AT FIFTY CENTS. LMther and Findings Topeka, Kanaat. CASH PAID FOR HIDES ! HARPER LESLIE, akdotibTll ota Ttr Weeklies, for sale by HALL- Appraisement Net Ice. Bichard Byrnes, Plaiatiff, I In the Third vs. ) Judicial D i - Peter McLaughlin, Defendant. J trict Court, within and for the County of Davis and others attached, in the State of Kansas. Peter McL&ughling ; You are hereby notified that on the 28th day of November, A. D. 1862, an Order of Sale was issued in the above en- titled case, for the sum ef ($309.00 three hundred and nine dollars, with interest frosa-2 the oth day of March, .. D. 1862, and costs; and by virtue of said Order of Sale I will, on. Tuesday, the 23i day of December, A. D. 1862, at 2 o'clock, P. M., upon the premises, proceed to levy on and have appraised according to law, the following described Real Estate, with the appprtenances thereunto belonging, to-wit: The north half of the south-east quarter, and the south-west quarter of the south-cast quar ter, and the north-east quarter of the south west quarter of section (24) twenty-four, ia township No. (11) eleven South, of range No. (4) four East, in Davis county and State of Kansas, at which time and place you can attend if you think proper. Given under my hand this the 29th day of November, A. D, 1862, at my office in the city of Junction, Davis county, Kansas. A. W. CALLEN, n5-4t-pf$7.50. Sheriff of Davis Co,, "Kan, Appralttenicut Notice. State of Kansas, Davis County. Frederick Kern, Catharine Kern, William Allinghain, Margaret AUingham, and Robert AUinghas , Guardian of Margaret AUingham : You are herebcy notified that on Monday, the 22nd day of December, a. i, 1862, at or about 2 o'clock, p. si , I will, upon the premises, pro ceed to levy on and have appraised according to law, the following described Real Estate, to wit: The south-west quarter of section (15) fifteen, in township No, (11) eleven South, of range No. 7 seven East, in the county of Pavis and State of Kansas, with the tenements there on. Said land will be levied on by virtue of an Order of Sale, issued from the 3d District Court for Davis county and others attached, in the State of Kansas, in favor of Richard Byrnes and against the above named Frederick Kern, Catharine l.'ern, William Allingham, -5" Margaret Allingham. and Robert Allingham, guardian of Margnre' Allingham, for the sum of (313.00) three hundred and thirteen dillars with interest from the 5th day of March, a. d. 18G2, with costs, at which time and place you can attend if you think proper. Given under my hand at office in the city of Junction, Davis county, Kansas, this the 29th day of November, a. i. 18G2, A. W. CALLEN. 4t-pf$7.50) Sheriff of Davis Co., Kan. T HE W 0 It L D . A N 1NDE- rENDEXT DAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. THE DAILY WORLD. Terms per annum, ix dollars ; four copies to one address, Twenty Dollars. To Clergymen, Five Dollars per annum. For a club of ten copies an extra copy will be sent. THE SEMI-WEEKLY WORLD. Three Dollars per annum ; two copies to one address, Five Dollars ; five copies to one ad dress, Eleven Dollars. To clergyman, Two Dollars per year. Single copies, three cents. Published Tuesdays and Fridays. Ten copies, Twenty Dollars. For a club of ten copies, an extra copy will be sent for one year. For a club of twenty copies, a copy oi the Daily for one year. For a club of fifty copies, the Daily, Weekly and Semi-Weekly will be sent for one year. j THE WEEKLY WORLD. Price Two Dollars a vear : four conios in nnn address, Fire Dollars ; twenty copies, Twenty Dollars Clergymen can receive the Weekly, single copy, at One Dollar a year. Single copies, Five Cents. Published on Thursdays, For a club of ten copies, nn extra copy will be sent for one year. For a club of twenty copies, the Semi Weekly will be sent for one year. For a club of fifty copies, the Daily will be sent for oneyeor, For a club of one hundred copies, tho Daily, Weekly and Semi-Weekly will bo sent for ouo year. Remittances for The World may be made by drafts, treasury notes, or bank-bills of specie paying banks, and where the attention of the postmaster is called to the remittance at tho time of mailing the letter, it may be made at our risk. Specimen numbers sent to any address upon application. Addrcss TIIE WORLD, No. 35, Park Row New York; io, BGEJYTS 90 O A CHANCE FOR ALL WHO WISH 70 ' A NY PERSON SEND IMG 25 CENTS WILL receive, post-paid, one of the following recipes : To make WESTERN CIDER, UNION STICK STIGIIT. ARTIFICIAL HONEY. LEA THER POLLISII, SECRET ART OF CATCH ING FISH ; oi for $1.00 I will send all five, W together with SEVENTY-ONE other recipes," arts, ani1 discoveries, with circular containing terms to Agents. dAdrcss J. W. LOGAN, Box 12, Dunlapsville, Or, Union county, Ind. Box 34, Junction City, Dvis County, Kansas. J. D. BRUMBAUGH, ATTORNEY AT LAW, and Dealer in, Real Estate and Land Warrants, iMARYSVILLE, KANSAS. WILL PRACTICE IN TIIE SEVERAL Courts of Kansas locate Land Warrants make collections pay taxes for non residents and give prompt attention to all business pertaining to his profession. nistf El'HRAIM H SANFORD, ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR Council Grove, Kansas. H7ILL PRACTICE IN THIS JUDICIAL District. He respectfully refers to Hon. Judge Ssfford, Topeka; Hon. Judge Worces ter, Norwalk, Ohio ; Gov. S. Medary, WUliam Medell, Ohio; W. Shannon. Kansas; R. C. Rowers, New Lisboa. Ohio ; S. M. Strickler, Junction City, Kansas. H. B. Ixckwood5 CLERK OF THE DISTRICT COURT FOR MORRIS COUNTT. Office at the Post Office in Otraacil Grove, Kaa.