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SHOET HILL & MP1LIC1I HIIOI.
A WEEKLY REPTFLIOAN KEWSPAPEH,
DEVOTED TO TOE IXTEEESTS OF
The success which has attended us during
the past year, a.3 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 of the State for our bold and indepen
dent course, ia defence of the Right, have
satisfied the Publishers that the Union is a
fixed and permanent institution of Western
While thanking our many patrons for the
bountiful support -which they have given us
and for the encouragement received by the
many complimeats bestowed, we would ask a
continuance of their help in making the Union
a reflex of the prospeiity and advancement
which is sure to attend the course of Western
Strictly identified with the interests of
Western Kansas, and well knowing its vast
resources, which are only awaiting the magic
hand of the capitalist and laborer to be fully
developed, and added to the growing wealth
of the country, we shall spare no pains orl
energy to bring before the masses of the East 1
the great advantage of our country as a place
of settlement for the home seeking immigrant.
Everything tending to induce capital to flow
hitherward for tho development of our exten
sive Coal Tields and rich Salt Spiings will
receive that particular attention which it
In politics, wc shall pursue that course
which we believe justified by principles of
Right and Justice, and which tends to Human
Progress, Unhersal 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
cstimato, and we are again impelled to ask our
friends to aid us in this matter give U3
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 lhe by it, 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 - - - - $2 00
Six months 2G numbers ... i 00
Ten copies, one year, - - - - 15 00
We will also give to the getfer-up of a club
of ten subscribers the eleventh copy gratis.
We would appeil to our friends to aid us in
putting the Union in the hands of every man
In Western Kansas.
BLAKELY & MARTIN, Publishers.
THE AID OF
11 PEOPLE SOLICITED
If AS JUST RECEIVED AT THE
Big Stone Store
HIS NEW STOCK OF FALL GOODS
COMPRISING ALL THE ARTICLES
USUALLY KEPT IN A
FIRST GLASS STUBS.
Ie invites particular attention to his splendid
direct from New York City.
He flatters himself that he has now on hend
THE NEWEST AND BEST STOCK OF
GOODS IX THIS LINE IN WEST-
comprising the VERY LATEST STYLES, which
in view of the HARD TIMES, he ofTcrs at the
VERY LOWESTJASH PHICES !
He has the most complete stock of
ever offered in this market. Among the end
lees variety of auicles will be found plenty of
etaples, such as r j
?T.?'oDJFMS' TICKINGS. SAT
INETS, DOMESTICS. STRIPE
OAS1MERES, JEANS, 4c.
And Other Goods ia This Lint.
HOSIERY, HATS AND CAPS.
His GROCERYDEPARTMEXT is up to the
fullest standard, and comprises
SUGARS, MOLASSES, SOAPS, FISH,
CANDLES, TEAS, COFFEE,
DRIED FRUITS AND SPICES,
ILard and Bacon,
SALT BY THE SACK OK BARREL.
SCHOOL BOOKS, SLATES AND
MRS. 8. M. STRICKLER,
of Junction, Agent for
Wheeler & Wilson's
HAVE WON THE
aaSSS 5? BSES2SWS2S
at the Fair of the
TJ. S Agricultural
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 are the Favoiite for Families. New
It has No Rival Scientific American.
There are 85,000 Machines in use in this
coxntry and in Europe.
This Machine is Profitable and Available a
It is equal to Ten Seamsti essee.
An Annual Dividend of 100 to 500 per cent
(on its cost) may be obtained in use by its
'I his is the only Sewing Machine in the world
making the Lock-Stitch with the Rotating Hook
and using the Glass-Foot.
Ihe Sales of the Wheeler & Wilson Machine
in the single year of 1851 amounted to 10,727 ;
being SC92 more than the combined sales of all
other Sewing Machines.
No. 1. Medium, on Table, - $65.00
No. 2. Improved Black, on Table 65 00
No. 3. Black on Table, - 45.00
No. 4. Large Machine, - 75 00
No 5. Cylinder Machine, s 85,00
Instructions will bo given to all persons wish
ing to learn the use of the Machine, whether
they become purchasers or not.
XSyTo Ministers of the Gospel and for
Charitable Purposes, the Machine are sold at
From the Celebrated Manufactory of George
A. Prince & Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
Of Prince's Mclodeons have been finished and
arc now in use.
B'lhe First Premium has uniformly been
awaided io these instruments wherever exhib
ited in competition with others.
New Organ Melodeon (for churches) $350.90
Double Bank, Double Reed Melodeon, 150.00
Piano Style, Double Reed Melodeon, 150,00
Piano Style, Six Octave Melodeon, 130,00
Double Reed.Five Octave Port.Melodeon,130,00
Five Octave, Portable Melodeon, 75.0u
Four and a half Octave Port. Melcdeon 60 00
Four Octave Portable Melodeon, 45.00
8ST Messrs. THOMPSON, WOODRUFF &
Co., of Leavenworth, are the Sole Agents for
Kansas of these justly celebrated instruments
They have given the sub'agency to Mrs. S. M.
Strickles, who will secure an instrument for
any person who wishes to purchase at the pub
lisbed prices. June 20, 18C2.
S. FECIIIIEIillER & Co.
ISTo. 50 Main Street,
nAVE IN STORE AND ARE
CONSTAZsTTLTST EECETVIK'G -A.
Varied Assortment of
Ready jVE a d e
HATS AND CAPS,
E MANUFACTURE OUR OWN
Goods in Philadelphia, and can compete
IH aVALITY AID FRIGES
with any house west of Cincinnati. The atten
tion of buyers is invited to our stock, and a call
solicited before purchas'ng elutMrnere.
S. FECHHEIMER & CO.
of all kinds of
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, 31. D.
OFFICE, AT THE CITY DRUG STORE,
Junction City, Kanaaa.
PAS SA 1
TO AIX WHO WISH TO 8ECCBE FOR THKMSZLTX8
fTHE PROPRIETOR OF
anticipating a brge emigration to Western
Kansas during the present year, and the
location of the
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
and Public Improvements.
Abilene is beautifully situated on a small
stream of clear running water, one mile north
of the Smoky Hill 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, the 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
the 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. McBratney. Regieter U.S. Land Office
Henry T. Geery, I sq ,
S. M. Strickler, Post .Master.
CIIAS. 11. THOMPSON, Proprietor.
Abilene, Dickinson Co , Kansas, Feb 1, 1862,
DRY 600DS HOUSE
Tbo undersigned has opened a new
Wholesale & Retail
DM GOODS HOUSE
At the Old Established Store.
No. 50 Delaware St Bet. 2d & 3d,
Our Stock will be ENTIRELY NEW,
and, without enumerating, wo would
; say that it comprises
Everything in this Line!
Merchants and Settlers of
Will do well to give us a call when they
R. C. BRANT & Co.
Stove & Tinner's
HO. 51 DELAWARE ST., NEAR THIRD.
EVERY THING REQUISITE IN THESE
Branches of Business constantly on hand.
Tinners can buy their goods of me as cheap as
in St. Louis. Hating an extensive "workshop,
particular attention given to the WHOLESALE
TRADE. Orders solicited.
F. R. MERK.
JAMES B. DAVIS,
Manufacturer and Dealer in
Of every style and Description,
A Large Assortment of
WOOB CflFFIIS AIB METALUC USIS
Constantly on hand.
66 Delaware Street,bet. Second and Third,
J. STE WA R T , Proprietor.
&AX8AS AVWTCB, KABLT OPPOSITE P. O.,
GOOD STABLE ACCOMMODATIONS
Wholesale Dealer in
eiscaiK. PRoraiK. iukwie k. t,
CORNER OF SHAWXEC AND THIRD STREETS,
' My Stock consists in part of .
FLOUR, MACKEREL, CANDLES, SUGAR, WHITE FISH,
RAISINS, NAILS, SOAP, COFFEE, ' CANDIES,
GLASS, MOLASSES, CHEESE, TEAS, OILS, OYSTERS,
SARDINES, WTIITELEAD, INDIGO, RICE, CORDAGE.
Mil Kinds of Staple and Fancy
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 the 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.
Corner Shaicnee and Third Sts., LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS.
JAMES STREETER. -
ST1BBTEB & ITIIIHU.
STAPLE AND Fill DRY GOODS,
Junction City, Kansas.
HAVE MOVED INTO THEIR NEW BRICK BUILDING ON
And in addition to their 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 be
ordered on short notice.
&M&ra99 Basrsaasassr Mrs esb&msepb mw
together with everytkind of staple Goods, such as
PRINTS, DENIMS, CHECKS, STRIPES, COTTONADES,
JEANS, BROWN & BLEACHED SHEETING SHIRTING.
MOWING SCYTHES, FORKS, &c.
They will sell exclusively FOR CASH, and at the lowest living price. Their
facilities are such that they cannot be undersold in "Western Kansas.
aaossss spshss jpaeid sis mmm &m sa&&w
STETTAULR & BROTHER'S
NEW YORE STORE,
Corner of Third and Delaware Sis.,
Have just received a fall assortment of
F.frJCf BRESS GOODS!
KID GLOVES, HOSIERY, NOTIONS, 4c,
Which we offer to the FaMW.at the
Lowest Cash. JPrices !
TO WHOLESALE BCTERS
We would only say, one of our firm, being con
stantly in New York, "we are enabled to keep
op the best selected stock west of St Louis,
Exclusively flfer Casta,
ire can sell Goods cheaper than any other
Hoase in the Western Country,
The constant demand on us for Goods from
Country Merchants, has induced ns to
open an exclusive
Which enables us to
FILL ANY ORDER!
ENTRUSTED TO OUR CARE.
STETTAUER & BRO-,
HEW YOKC TORE,
Comer Delaware & Third Sts., Leavaaworth.
A FINE ASSORTMENT 01" COAL OIL 11AKPER LESLIE, and oron Illpwba
Lanpi at the CITY DRUG STORB. u Tin Weeklies, for sale by HALL.
S. M. STRICKLER.
. HATS AID CAPS. I0TI0IS. ETC..
M. K. SMITH,
(DS AISM SS(DS
Of All Description,
From Infants' Two bit Beanos all the way np to
PATENT LEATHER SEWED BOOTS 1
also: all Kiiros or
SUGAR AT TEN CENTS, TEA AT
Leather and Finding!
aij n Airs oj Jf.t j m
CASH PAID FOR HIDES !
Richard Byrnes, Plaintiff, I In the r Third
ts. Judicial D ts-
Feter McLaughlin, Defendant. J trict cVtfTt,
within and for the County of Davis and otlwS?
BUBcned, in tue ciaie 01 Aausaa.
reter McLaugbhng : lou are nereoy nounea
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 of ($309.00) three
hundred and nine dollars-, with interest front--the
6th day of March, A. D. 1862. and costs ;
and by virtue of said Order of Safe t will, on
Tuesday, the 23d day of December, A. D. 1862,
at 2 o clock, P. M., apon the premises, proceed
to levy on and haveappraised according to law,
the following described Real Estate, with the
appvrtenasces thereunto belonging, to-wit:
The north half of the south-east quarter, and
the soathwest quarter of the south-east quar
ter, and the north-east quarter of the south
west quarter of section (24) twenty.four, in
township No. (11) eleven South, of range No.
(4) four East, in DaTis 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,
State of Kansas,
Frederick Kern. Catharine Twrn fr;ii:
Allingham, Margaret Allingham, and Robert
Allinghazr., Guardian of Margaret Allingham :
You are herebey notified that on Monday, tho
22nd day of December, a. p, 1862, at or about
2 o'clock, p. m , 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 Davis
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, in1
the Stale of Kansas, in favor of Richard'
Byrnes and against the above named Frederick
Kern, Catharine Hern; AVilliam Allingham
Margaret Allingham. and Robert Allingham,
guardian of Margiret Allingham, for the sum
of (313.00) three hundred and thirteen d jllars
with interest from the 5th day of March, a. d.
1862, with costs, at which time and place you
can attend if you think proper. Given under
my hand at office in the city of function,
Davis county, Kansas, this the 29lh day of
November, a. n. 1862,
A, W. CALLEN.
4t-pf87.50) Sheriff of Davis Co., Kan.
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receive, post-paid, one of the following
recipes : To make WESTERN CIDER, UNION
STICK STIGIIT. ARTIFICIAL HONEY. LEA
THER POLLISH, SECRET ART OF CATCH
ING FISH ; oi for $1.00 I will Bend all five,'
together with SEVENTY-ONE other recipes,
arts, an' discoveries, with circular containing
terms to Agents. dAdress
J. W. LOGAN,
Box 12, Dunlapsville,
Or, Union county, Ind.
Box 34, Junction City,
Davis County, Kansas.
J. D. BRUMBAUGH,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
and Dealer in
Real Batata and Land Warrant!,
WILL PRACTICE IN THE SEVERAL
Courts of Kansas locate Land Warrants
make collections pay taxes fornon residents
and give prompt attention to all business
nertaininsr to his nrofession. n!8tf
EPHRAIM H SANFORD,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR
Council Gtov; Kanaaa.
WILL PRACTICE in iitia jumuiau
t;.i He respectfully refers to Hon.
Judge Safford, Topeka; Hon. Judge Jo'CM.
ter, NorwalJr, ui ; J """-xf-n
nfcior W. Shaanos, KaHsas; R. C.
RweM.New Lisbon Ohio; 8. M. Stricklar,
Junction City, Kansas.
K. B. ILockwood,
CLERK OFj THE DISTRICT
COURT FOR MORRIS
Office at the Post Office ia Council Grove, Kas,