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S()jc Vixixoit Junction, Kansas, July 25, 1863. 13 One hundred tons of Hay are advertised for at "Fort Riley. To be let next Tuesday. m m m m S3" We cannot keep a record of rain it'a aa ajoId story. It rains twice a day regularly. ICrWoodbridge Odlia, who enlisted in the Second Regiment, from this place, has been made a Captain in an Arkansas regiment. T t C See the advertisement ofHageman & Co, Leavenworth. Merchants of Western Kansas will consult their interests by consulting them. ICrThe enrollment for Dickinson county has been completed. Eighty-one is the number en rolled, about two-thirds of whom belong to the nrat class. Impudesce. The Council Grove Press says that crows carry knapsacks of provisions over Saline county, at the same time telling the peo ple up there where to do their trading and travel. m u IT The Manhattan Independent has come to hand. Mr. Pillsbury exhibits his ability to ? make it run in the selections, readable editorial, and its mechanical appearance. It'a motto is, " We advocate the equal brotherhood of man ; God sever jnade a tyrant or a slave." , Charges have been preferred against Captain Scott, ex-quartermaster at Riley, by Robert Wil son. A preliminary examination was begun last Thursday, to see whether the charges would justfya court-martial, but has not closed at the time we go to press. The charges are said to be selling government stock, corn, forage, and re jceipting for corn never delivered. ID" Thanks to Jos Tataa for the following 'words of encouragement : " The Smokt Hiix axd Republican Uxios, one of the neatest and liveliest exchanges in our country list, is published at this point. Messrs. Blakely 4r Martia, two practical printers, we found quietly but persevenngly at work diffosiBg the news. They are both excellently well adapt ed to their post and duty, as they are temperate, industrious, gentlemanly and good natured. We like to see such men encouraged. That com munity owes mueh of its prosperity to newspa Eere. and the Uio. should be sustained at all azards." m m m D We would be contented, for a liUle while. at least, if we could but catch the villain who steals our lead pencils. PUBLICATION If OTiqE. pLARK W. LEWIS, formerijref Sanaa, but JXcto QUmcrtiscmnits, . NOTICE. NUTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO THE creditors and others interested in the es tate of James Bennet, deceased, that I intend to make a final settlement at the next term of the Probate Court of Davis county, .Kansas. J. R. McCLURE, Administrator. n38-lt. m m Indian Rumors. After Uie guard at Fort Lar ncd lulled that Indian, the Cheyennes started fdr the Republican, to gather together their scat cred warriors, threatening before they left to return and make an attack. One Cheyenne ap peared at the Walnut Creek Station, and said that the " command" would camp that (Wednes day) night on that stream. An attack is ex pected at Larned by the Cheyennes and Kiowas. 0By a private letter received in tin's neigh borhood, we learn that our "fellow-citizens," William Cuddy and A Gordan, are in Arkansas, doing service in the cause of Slavery against their Country. We earnestly hope the fortunes of war may bring them within sight of some of the Junction boys in the Second Kansas we are jpretty confident there would be a rebel or two less. PROPOSALS FOR HAY! Ofiice A. C. S., Foet Rilet, knsi9, JulyU, 18G3. SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIV ed at this office -(from loyal citizens only) until 32 o'clock M., Tuesday the 28th inst., for supplying 100 Tons of Prairie Hay! To the Assistant Commissary at Fort Riley, Kansas. The hay to be of good quality and free from weeds, and to be delivered and stack ed by the 20th of September. 1868. at such place upon the Fort Riley-Military Reserve as may De designated by the A. V. a. No bid will be considered except for the whole amount. The bidder must be present at the opening of the bids and prepared to give satisfactory security for the fulfillment of the contract. The undersigned reserves the right to reject any or all of the bids offered. Payment to be made in such funds as may be furnished by tnc united states for public disbursement. J. R. McCLURE, 1st Lieut 11th K. V. & A. C. S. HOW of Darts unknown. otII take t motif that Lewis Kurtz 'of Riley' county," State of Kansas, did, on the 16th day of June, A. D. 1868, file his Petition in the ThirdJudicial District Court, sitting in and for Riley county, in the State of Kansas, against the said Clark W. Lewis, Deft, settine forth that the said Clark W. Lewis executed and delivered to Lewis Kurtx, Plaintiff, on the second rday of August, A. D. I860, a eertam promissory note for the sum of one hundred and fifty-nine and 11-100 dollars, payable in ninety days from the date thereof, with interest thereon at the rate of ten per cent. Also, on the same day, to secure the Davment of said note, the said Clark W. Lewis executed and delivered to Plaintiff his mortgage deed to the following described premises, to-wit: beginning at the north-west corner of a certain piece of land in the north-east quarter of section thirteen, township ten, south of range seven, east; con veyed by Otis Wells to Clark W. Lewis, on the 26th day of March, A. D. 1860; thence west in the direction of the north line of same-piece of land to the north-west corner, of the quarter section aforesaid, thence south on the west line of said quarter section, as far as the south line of the said tract of land deeded by said Wells to Lewis, as aforesaid, thence east to the south-west corner of said tract of land, thence north on the west line of said tract to the place of beginning, situated in Riley county and State of Kansas ; and praying that said mort gage may be foreclosed, the premises ordered to be sold, and the proceeds applied to the pay ment of said debt, and execution awarded for the balance. The said Lewis, Defendant, iB further notified that unless he pleads, answers or demurs to said Petition on or before1 the 2 1st day of Autrust, A. D. 1863. said Petition will be taken as confessed, and judgment rendered accordingly. J. HUMPHREY, - n33-7tpf 16. Plaintiff's Att'y. i j PiWcalisk Nolle. C'HARLES 1. CLARK aid J INN IE CLARK, -defendants, -will takr notieeMhat' Batch- O The garrison at Fort Riley have a debating club in full blast, and one company holds a prayer-meeting twice a week. The Junction whisky-shops will fare badly in consequence. It is a perfect God-send to this neighborhood. for about two thirds of the support of some five or six of the vilest kind of groggeries in this place have como from soldiers at that place. One of their officers, now at our elbow, speaks in the highest praise of their Christian deportment. We should like to hear from them. DiscACDiNc Feukt Boats. One day last week, a man from up the Republican came to town shopping. He started homeward with a few dollars worth of dry goods, groceries, fcc. Ar ming at the Republican, he concluded to save Iwenty-five cents, and accordingly resolved to ford. Riding up on the pier where the boat lands, he spurred his horse into about fifteen feet of water. Horse and rider went with the current the horse passing completely under the boat, coming out at the lower side. The man clung to the boat with more tenacity than he did the two-bits. Both were finally rescued, but the sugar, fcc, mingled with the sand. The ferry man enjoyed the sport hugely. ' Singclae That.such men as G. E. Beatcs and Charles W. Tozier cannot get promoted. They are honest, moral, temperate, black republicans, capable, and as brave and danng men aa are in our brave army, and have been in the service two years and a half. Beates has talent superior to one-half the brigadiers, and yet he is only a private ! They make no efforts for advancement too modest for that but their friends have repeatedly. It is indicative of awful corruption somewhere, when such men are kept in the ranks, while men who have been in the service less than a year, and who were never noted for any thing else than drinking whisky, ean get posi tions of honor and profit. m 9 A private letter from J. N. Hines, gives the following account of the party that left this place for the Salmon River gold mines : Swift has taken a farm near Walla Walla ; May is making brick at Bannock ; Durges started for Portland, Oregon, last fall, and has not been heard from since: Dr. Hack is in Portland, and is married again he' was' doing a fine business, but some atHr-whohnew hiss in Kansas ' blowed ' on him Provisions, are high ; thaaji boarding j18 per wees, runes is cuiung cora wooa at lour .dol lars a' oord. Some miners get two and three ounces a day, while thousands doa't get any thing. Crrr Govxkxhxst. That august body of So lans, the- City Council; met on Friday night of rnK,Bna canvassed tne votes case at tne Jate election, and adjourned sinedie. By some original notion of theirs, they again convened on Monday night, doubtless in obedience to the mandate of King Whisky. The wiseacres, at an illegal .SWeting, declared the election a fraudu lent one, and ordered another. The persons fairly elected by the respectable portion of the community, appeared before the Mayor the next morning and demanded their certificates of elec tion. They were issued, and the following per sons sworn inby Justice Gordon ; Aldermen, Ward 1 W. SBlakely. Wm. H. Mackey and Henry Ganz. Aldermen, Ward 3 W. ,K. Bartlett, Jacob Morrell and A. H. Towle. Treasurer M. E. Clark. City CJerk George W. Martin. The interests of the City will now be looked after, and steps taken to meet its liabilities. The records of the Council, will have soeaething else upon them than' "whisky," "whisky!" and BL806' J -legislated open, the aaoaey varWpnrd-in, wFntxik will bxxo vuktmu). The lawjhas beu outraged Jong enough by these PROPOSALS FOR CORN. OEALED PROPOSALS will be received at this ofiice until Mondav. the 27th inst- at 12 o'clock, m., for the delivery at FORT SCOTT Kansas, of 25,000 Bushel of Shelled Corn, ot the best quality, free from dirt, chaff, or other foreign matter, securely sacked in Rood double sowed gunny bags, and to be subject to the inspection, acceptance or rejection of the officers of the Quartermaster's Department at Fort Scott, or his agent. The uhole number of bushels to be delivered by the IGth day of August next. The right is reserved to reject any or all bids that may be offered, and to reduce the number of bushels at the discretion of the offi cer letting the contract. Sufficient security for the performance of the contract will be required. L. C. EASTOX, Major and Chief Quartermaster, Chief Quartermaster's Office, 1 Fort Leavenworth July 7th, 1803. j n372t Notice. EDWARD DUNN, of parts unknown, will take notice that Henry Ganz of the county of Davis, in the State of A'ansas, did on the 23d day of July, a. d. 1863, file his petition in the 3d Judicial District Court, within and for the county of Davis, with the county of Dick inson, et ol attached, in said State ofA'ansas, against the said Edward Dunn, setting forth that said Edward Dunn gave a mortgage to the said Henry Ganz, on the north-west qucrter of section number 23, township 14, south, range 2, east of the sixth principal meridian, in the htntc of Kansas, lying and being in said county or Dickinson, to secure the payment of S16, according to a certain note referred to in said mortgage, bearing interest at the rate of twenty per cent, per annum, from the 17th day of Au gust, a. d. 1pW, and praying that the said Edward Dunn may pay said sum now claimed to be due, with the interest as aforesad, or that said premises may be sold to pay the same; and the said Edward Dunn is notified that he is required to appear and answer said petition on or before the first day of October, a. d. 1863. HENRY GANZ, By S. B. White, his att'y. Attest: R. D. Mobley, Clerk. n387tpfl2 -SHERIFF'S SALE. Wm. Millman and 1 In the Third Judicial Herman Esterhouse I District Court for Davis vs. j County .and others at- Casper Buntley. J tached for judicial pur poses, in the State of Kansas. NOTICE IS Hereby given that by virtue of and to satisfy an Order of Sale issued out of the above named Court, in the above entitled cause, and to me directed and delivered, I will, on the 27th day of July, A. D. 1803, at 1 o'clock P. M., of said day, at the door of the Court House in the city of Junction and county of Davis, offer for sale at Public Auction, all the right, title and imeresi or tne atove named Casper Jiuntley in and to the following described Real Estate, with the appurtenances thereon, lying and being situated -in the county of Davis and State of Kansas, and krieTwn and described as Let four, in Block twelve, in Junction Citv. as shown by the Plat of said city now on file in the Recorder's Office of said Davis county. Said property will be sold for cash in hand, and so much of the overplus monies made on said sale as may be necessary will be applied 10 mo payment and satisfaction or an Order of Sale in my hands, in favor of Geo. H. Gill vs. Casper Buntley, and an Order of Sale in favor of Josiah B. Dickenson against said Casper Buntley, which two last named Orders of Sale were issued out of said above named Court, and to mc directed and delivered, and levies made under them by mc on said above describ ed property, subsequent, and subject to the levy made by me under the first above named Order of Sale. Given under my hand at ofiice in the city of Junction this, the 20th day of June, A. D. 1863. A. W. CALLEN. n33-7tpf $16. Sheriff of Davis Co'. eller Town Company ,plaintiff, filed a petition in the Third Judicial District Court, sitting in and for the county of Rilev and State of Kan sas, on the 1st day of-Julv. a. n. 1863. arainst you, .the said defendants, setting forth that on the 6th day of June, a. d. 1869, Charles ET vimh. o m tne itMT md iirato executed and delivered to the said plaintiff his lunj-cigni oo promissory notes in writing, or that date, for the sum of sixty-two dollars and fifty cents -each, with interest thereon from tne date thereof, payable to said plaintiff in the following manner, viz: Five of said prom issory notes, for the sum of sixtv-two dollars and fifty cents each, payable on the 1st day of uvwwi,. -i?w; nve more oi said promis sory notes,- for -the sum of sixty-two dollars and fifty cents each, payable on the 1st day of October, a. . 1861 ; also, six more of said promissory notes, for the sum of sixty-two dol Urs'jiad: fifty xents eacE navableToa tba it day of October, A. d. 1862; five more of said promissory notes, for the sum of sixty-two dol- j lars and fifty cents each, navable on th it. day of June, a. d. 1860. in oak. cottonwood and walnut lumber; also, six more of said promissory notes, for the sum of sixty-two dollars and fifty cents each, navable on the 1st aay or June, a. . itI, in oak, cottonwood and walnut lumber; also, six more of said promissory notes, for the sura of sixty-two dollars and ftfty cents each, payable in oak, cottonwood and walnut lumber on the 1st dav of June, a. d. 1862 ; also, six promissory notes, for the sum of sixty-two dollars and fifty cents each, payable on the 1st day of June, a. d. 1863, in oak, cottonwood and walnut lumber. And to secure the payment of the above men tioned notes, the said defendants executed and delivered to the plaintiff their morteaze deed. on the lTth'day of December, a. i. I860, .to the following premises, 'situate and lying in Riley county, State of Kansas, to-wit; Beginning at a corner on tne west side or Uiver street, due east of a large cottonwood tree, marked for a line, thence south along the west side of said street three hundred feet to a corner on said street, being also the corner of a forty foot street, thence along the north side of said forty foot street, and west, and crossing Madi son Creek three hundred and thirty feet, to a corner on the Republican river: thence unsaid river the several distances and courses thereof to a corner due west of the aforesaid cotton wood tree; thence east along the north side of a forty foot street, passing through said tree. and crossing Madison Creek six hundred feet to the place of beginning; containing three acres and thirty-two perches, more or less, to gether with a steam saw mill thereon erected. The said plaintiff prays that the said mortcaire deed may be foreclosed, and the premises or dered to be sold to pay said debt. And the said defendants are further notified that they are required to appear and answer or demur to said petition on or before the 4th day of September, a. d. 1863, or said petition will be taken as confessed and judgment rendered accordingly. BATCHELLER TOWN COMPANY, By Abkauax Babbt, their Att'y. n35-7tpf$28. - i ; Hawkins Jhdd,a 1 In the Third Tk JudiciaLDistnct K. D. Mobley, administrator Court, within of the estate of Abel D.Miller and for Davis deceased, and Amos Miller, County, State of the father and heir of Abel Kansas. D. Miller. J AMOS MILLER, will take notice that Haw kins Judd did, on the 16th day of July a. d. liiGS, file his petition in the aforesaid court, setting forth that the said Abel D. Miller gave to said Hawkins Judd a mortgage on the following described land and tenements, lying and being in Davis county, State "of Kansas, and known "as the north-east quarter of the south-west Quarter, and the north half of the south-east quarter, and lot number two of sec tion number twenty-one, in township number twelve, south of range number five, east of the sixth principal meridian in Kansas, to secure the payment of $250.00 with interest on the sane at the rate of five per cent, per month from the 21st day of July, a. d. I860, according to a certain promissory note, referred to in said mortgage, and praying that judgment may be rendered against said defendants for the said sura of $250.00, and interest at the rate of five per cent per month fiom the 21m of July, A. d. 1860; and praying that the said lnortgage may be foreclosed, the premises, ordered to be sold, and the proceedsa p plicd to the payment of said debt, interest ana cosi, ana execution award for the balance; and the said Amos Miller will take notice that since the making and delivering of said mortgage, the said Abel D. Miller has departed this life; and the said Amos Miller is notified that unless he plead, answer, or demur, to the petition aforesaid on or before the 21st day of September, a. d. 1863, judgment will be rendered against him accordingly. HAWKINS JUDD. By J. R. McCldke, his att'y. Attest: M. D. Moblbt, Clerk of the District Court for Davis County. n377tpf$16 W. A. B06n - V. j; THOMPSON. W. A. ROBE 4 Co,, 45 Delaware Street, iLEA-AnEDSrWOIlTEL H holaalt amd lUtail Dealer w h mmiiiT. limira. AND PAPEH Of all kinds tutd in the Stmlf, Untie Books ana Baeet Maaif! BLANK BOOKS, WALL PAflft, Flatcap, Foolscap, Letter and Note 3?apers; PHOTOGKAPH ALBUMS PICTURES r FRAMES, CURTAINS AlfJ FIXTURES. We would call the particular attention of Mer-, chants and Printers to our extensive fHeck, which embraces nearly every artiole usually kept in a Book and Stationary House. Our facilities for supplying the trade are uasur-t pissed. ORDER BY MAIL. PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. NOTICE. NOTICE. In the Third Judi- GROCERIES & PROVISIONS ! M. HAG EX AX. W. IT. BAIKD. M- HA.aTniTAlST Ss Co- wholesale GROCERS AND Produce Dealers, 84r SHAWNEE STREET, - Between Sd and 4th,) LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS. HAVE NOW IN STORE THE FOLLOW. MM. lowing Fresh Groceries, to which they invite the attention of purchasers ; . v SITGrAHS, Crushed, Powdered, Granulated, and New Or leans Sugars. " Java,tRio,Ture Ground Rio, Jtendelien, and M, ; xssenceor uoneei ,TEAS,, , Young Hyson, Gun .Powder,. Imperial nd MOLASSES. - . Sugar House, Golden and Union 'Syrups, and riantation mousses. v TOBACCO, Boxes & Cadies, Smoking and Chewing, Cigars FISH, No. 1 and 2 in bbls., and bbls., also In kits, v,oa isn, scaled and JficJUed-tlernng. -CANDLES AND SOAP, Cincinnati and St. Louis Candles and Soap. OYSTERS, Best Baltimore, in cans and half cans. SAJRDHSTES, Erexy Variety of Canned Fruit. A UTS, PICKLES, SPICES, WOODEN WARi; Jfcc Country Merchants and Ontittefs for the Plains will fad it to their interest to examine our stock. TEJVTS 8c 1VJIGOJV COVERS. HAGEMAN k Co. cial District Court, sitting in and for Da vis Co-State of Kanas. EDWARD W. SEYMOUR, ID., Physician, Accoucheur, Surke Ofkf, at t Ctty Bra for. JictionOiiy,:Ka2isa n35.Vtpf$i2, v c cr John T. Price and Henry T. Geery, Exec utors of the estate of Sam'l B.Garrrett,decd, plaintiff, vs. David A. Buttcrficld & Mary M. Buttcrficld, defendants. TnE ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANTS, David A. Buttcrficld and Mary M. Butter field, will take notice that John T. Price and Henry T. Geery, did on the 10th day of June, A. D. 1803, file in the Clerk's office of the afore said Court, their petition setting forth that David A. Buttcrficld and Mary 31. Butterficld gave a mortgage to Samuel B. Garrett, now deceased, on the following lands and tenements lying and being in Davis County. State of Kan sas, and described as follows, to-wit: the south east quarter of the south-west quarter, and lots three, four, and six, of section seven, in town ship twelve, south of range six, east of the sixth principal meridian in the Slate of Kan sas, to secure the payment of six hundred dol lars, with interest; at the rate of ten per cenC per annum from the 15th day of October, A. D. 1860, according to a certain promissory note referred to in said mortgage, which now has two endorsements thereon, one for the sum of S3.00, dated March 15, 1862, the other for the sum of S300.00, dated June 26th, 1862, -and also setting forth that since the execution of this mortgage, that the said Samuel B. Garrett has departed this life, and that the said John T. Price and Henry T. Geery were duly ap pointed Executors of "the last will and testa ment of the said Samuel B. Garrett, deceased ; and also praying that the 'said D.- A. Butter field "an'd Mary M. BuUerfield, may pay said sum now claimed to be due, with interest at the rate of ten percent per annum, from the said 15th day of October, A. D I860: and the said David fA;3ntterfield and MaryM.vBuUerfield are notified-that 'they are required to appear and answer said petition on or before the 21st aay oi .august, a. x. xooo. R.D. MOBLEY, a33-7t$20.00 . Att'y for Plaintiffs. J. G. MARTIN, AND HETTY MARTIN. HIS wife, and A. Gordan, formerly of the county of Davis, State of Kansas, but now non residents of the State of Kansas, but whose places of residence are unknown, will take notice that Robert Wilson of Davis county, Kansas, did, on tbe 5th day of May. A. D. 1863. file his Petition in the District Court for Davis county, Kansas, against you, the said J. G. Martin, HettyMartin, his wife, and A. Gordan, setting uriu in sum x cimon mat on or anout tne otn day of March, A. D. 1862, he commenced an action in the District Court for Davis county, against said J. G. Mai tin to secure the sum of 8.39.00, and interest thereon, and that an at- tacluncnt was issued in said action, and that mc ionowing ne.ii .estate, situated m Davis county, Kansas, was attached as the property of the said J. G. Martin, to-wit: Lot No. 2 in Sec. 1, in Town 12, south, of Range 5. east. containing 30 UO-100 acres, and the cast half ot uie south-west quarter of Sec. 5 and the north half of the north-u est quarter of Sec. 8, all in Town. 12, south, of Range 5, east 6th principal meridian, and that at the Snrinj? Term, A. D. 1863, of naid District Court, said riainiff recovered a Jndgmcnt aeainst said J. G. Martin for the sum of SS3U.00 debt, and $41.50 cost of suit, and an order for the sale of the said attached premises. Said Petition further Bets forth that on or about the 1 1 th day of May, A. D. 1861, you, tne said J. u. Martin, and Hetty Martin, fraudulently conveyed said premises to A. Gor dan, and that afterwards, to-wit: on or about the 24th day of May, A. D. 1861, that the said A. Gordan fraudulently conveyed said premises to said Hetty Martin, wire or said J. G. Mar tin; and that the Sheriff of said Davis county, under an Order of Sale to him directed, from the District Court of Davis county, has pro- ceeueu to appraise ana sen saia iveal state; and graying in said Petition that said sale and conveyance from J. O. Martin and Hetty Mar tin, and from A. Gordan to said Hetty Martin, may be set aside and declared to be fraudulent, as to the rights of said Plaintiff; and you, the said J. G. Martin, Hetty Martin and A. Gordan are hereby notified that yon are required to appear and answeisaid Petition on or before uiv vui uay oi .august, a. u. leoa. ROBERT WILSON. By Elx ore & Martin, his att'vs. Attest: R. D. Moblet. Cl'k. fn33-7nf S20 Hawkins Judd, pl'ff, 1 In the Third Judicial vs. J. District Court, within Jesse Hunt, deft, J and for Davis County, x State of Kansas. JESSE HUNT will take notice that Hawkins Judd did, on the 16th day of July, a. d. 1863, file in the clerk's office of the aforesaid court, his petition, setting forth that the said Jesse Hunt gave to the said Hawkins Judd a mortgage on the following lands and tene ments lying and being in Davis countv. State of A'ansas, and known and described as the south-west quarter of the south-cast quarter, and the south-east quarter of the south-west quarter of section number ten, and tbe north east quarter of the north-west quarter, and the north-west quarter of the north-east quar ter, of section number fifteen, in township jiuwucr vicYcn, soutn or range number seven, east of the sixth principal meridian in A'ansas, to secure the payment of $250.00, with interest at the rate of five per cent, per month from the 21st day of July, a. d. 1860, according to the conditions of a certain promissory note roferrcd to in said mortgage, and petition and praying that the said Jesse Hunt may pay the sum claimed to be due, with interest as aforesaid ; also praying that the said Jesse Hunt may pay the sum of $50.00 as liquidated damages for the foreclosure and that the premises be ordered to be sold, and the proceeds applied to the payment of said debt, interest and cost, and execution awarded for the balance; and the said Jesse Hunt is hereby notified that he is required to appear and demur or answer said petition on or before the 21st day of Septem ber, a. d. 1863. HA WKINS JUDD. By J. R. McCluke; his att'y Attest: R. D. Mobley, District Clerk for Davis County. n377tpf$16 Chickering A, Sons' PIANOS ! W. A. ROSE k Go. HAVE THE AGEXCY FOR THE SALE of these and other Celebrated Pianos, Ewery Piano Fully Warranted Pnelkation Notice. ( Thaddeus H. Walker, Pl'ff,1 1 In the Third Ju , ts. , , dicial Dist. Coart Simeon C Billion and fer 'the 'county' of Mary Dillion, Defendants. J Davis, with coun ty of Dickinson et. unattached. f Simeon C. Dillion and Mary Dillion; residents of the Territory of Nebraska, will take notice that Thaddeus H. Walker, of the county of Washington, in the State of New Torc, did, on the '29th day of June, ju d. 1863, file his petition in the court aforesaid, against the said Simeon C. Dillion and Mary Dillion, -defendants, setting forth that the said Simeon C. Dil lion and Mary Dillion gave a mortgage to' the, said Thaddeus H. Walker on the east half of the north-west quarter, and lots one and two in section 26, in township 12Lsoth ef ranee 4. east of the 6th principal meridian in the Statr of Kansas, to secure the payment of $170.00, with interest thereon at the rate of 4 per cent perjaonth from ikt 16th day of September,- A2 D.'18W, and praying that the said' Simeon C Dillion and Mary DiBion may pay said sua ef $170.00, with the interest as aforesaid, or that said premises may be 'sold' to pay 'the same; and the said Simeon C.-DiUion and Mary ,DU- liom are'notiied that they are required to ap pear andiafiswer said petition en or before the 5th day of September, a. v. 1863. ULOVlJVO H. TTAJJAJbH, 3r 8. B. Wkie, his AttV. Attest:? R- D. Mosut, Clerk. June 29,: 1868. Order of Publication. State'br'nsas, ' ' " r " Davis County, j"8? David Whiting, " In the District Court of vs. y Davis County. ueorge Jioulton. J The above named George Boulton, defendant in the above entitled cause, will take notice that he has been sued by David Whiting in the above entitled Court ; the object and prayer of which suit, as appears from the petition filed in the Clerk's office of said Court, is, to recover a judgment in favor of said plaintiff against you, the saidi defendant, Jbr the asm of two hundred and fifty dollars, with interest at the rate of four per cent per month from the 22d day ,of-August, 4 800, on a promissory note dated August 22d, 1859, payable one year after date to the order of Crowie & Co., and endors ed to the said plaintiff; and Xor a foreclosure of the mortgage given to secure the payment of the above described note, and for sale of property described in said mortgage, to-wit: Lots numbers twelve (12), sixteen (16), seven teen (17) and eighteen (18), in section number six (6), township eleven (11), south of range eight (8), east of the sixth principal meridian, situated, lying and being in the county of Davis, State of Kansas. And you, the above apmed defendant, are further notified that un less yosflead, answer or demur to. the petition ef thOhove ntmeaysnttiy en or, aefare the 29th day ef 4gast, a. d. 1863, said petition wiUbe taken as trae and judgment rendered accordingly. s Witness: K. D. Mobley, Clerk .. ef said,Cart, with the seal v ' ties City, the 27th day ef Jana, '' xi:im. BrD. MOBtET" il Taos. P. moyrvYt'a att'y. . , , r Clerk. , iB37tpf$16.TJ d1fi& ui4 Publication Notice. TJENRY LAFFER. AND HELEX T.AVmf.n AA Defendants, formerly of Kansas, but now of pans unKnown.wiII take notice, that on th 30th day of June, A. D. 16CfcjGeo. W. Higinbotham, Uriah Higinbotham, and Wm. P. Higinbotham, Plaintiffs, did file in the Clerk's nffiM nf th Third Judicial District Court, silting in and for the county of Riley, and State of Kansas, their Setition, setting forth that on the 7th day of lovember, A. D. 1859, Henry Laffer, one of the above named defendants, made and delivered to Thaddeus H.Walker his certain promissory note, for the sum of one hundred and sixty-five dollars, payable within one year from the date thereof, with interest thereon at the rate of four per cent, per month, until paid. Also, on Uie same day, to secure the payment of said note, Henry Laffer and Helen Laffer, executed and delivered to the said Thaddeus H. Walker, their mortoafre W.l to the following described premises, to-wit: the south-west quarter of section twenty-eight, in township number ten, south of range number seven, east of the sixth principal meridian, in Kansas. That since the giving of said note and mortgage, to-wit : on the 99th day of June, 1863, the said Thaddeus H. Walker sold and ABsicneil said note and mortgage to said plaintiffs ; and praying that said premises may be sold to pay said note and fifty dollars attorney's fees. And you the said Henry Laffer and Helen Xaffer, de fendants, are notified that yon are required to appear, and answer said petition, or demur, on or before the 4th day ef September, A. D. 1863, or said petition will be taken as confessed, and judgment rendered accordingly. JAMES HUMPHREY, Pl'ff 's Att'y. Attest: wm. u. liower, Clerk. n357tpf$12. THOMPSON, WOODRUFF C. Exclusively Wholesale Dealer i FBKIEI All IIMESTIC UT SOHS. ANB VrfJVKEE NOTIONS? To tAe Merchants of KANSAS. COLORADO. AND NORTH WESTERN MISSOURI. We are now openin , direst firosa the sseaafre turera, A LARGE STOCK OF ON MAIN STREET. BETWEEN S H NEE AND DELAWARE, (Old Stand of Lucas & Donaghy.) jbla.ven-vorth:, ka:nbas. We woyld call the attention of all to our Mam moth Stock before makin purchases elsewhere, In our stock will be found all radea of BROWN SHEETINGS, DENIMS, STRIPES, CHECKS, and the latest and most desirable styles of PRINTo, Delaines & LAJVNS. A very extensive stock of STAPLE NOTIONS. All of which ice offer at f Unprecedented Low Price WE WILL IfOT RETAIL, hence offer to dealers the benefits accruing fron STOCK! THOMPSON, WOODRUFF Oo.. Main Street, bet Shawnee and Delaware, Leaveawrtat. atauMtuu NOTICE. JEHDEALLEN, formerly of Pottawattamie countyStatc of Kansas, and now a non resident of the State of Kansas, but now of parts unKnown,,will take notice that William J. Wilson, of Leavenworth City, State of Kan sas, did, on the 1st day of April, a. d. 1863, file his Petition in the District Court for Potta wattomie comity, State of Kansas, being in the Third Judicial District, against yon ; setting forth that you, "the said Jehue Allen, did exe cute and deliver to the said William J Wilson, on the fourth day of April, a. p. 18-39, a cer tain Prommiseory Note for the Bum of two hundred and fifty dollars, payable twelve months after date, with interest after maturity at the rate of fifty per cent per annum. Also, on the same day, to secure the payment of said Note, the said Jehae Allen executed and deliv ered to ihe Plaintiff his3Iortgagc Deed to the the following described property: The north west quarter of section thirteen, township nine, range jrine, in Pottawattamie county, Ksnnaa, and praying that said Mortgage may be fore closed, the premises ordered to be sold, and the proceeds. applied to the payment ef said debt, and execution awarded for the balance. The said Jehue Allen is further notified that unless he pleads, answers or demurs to said Petition, on or before the 29th day of August, a. d. 1863, said Petition will be taken as confessed, and Judgment rendered accordingly. WILLUM J. WILBON. -1 By Jutirs S. HiBBAnnhls att'y. n34-7tpf12. j t FRANK JEULE, BOOT & SHOE MAKER, t. Wf ihiagtni rut, West aMe, - lh Jmmctiea City,kaataf. ,7wny aec m amort nence. Term vtun. j C PAULDING'S CipkiLic uZ2aV & ' 1 ! JwUa. d o. MALVSr" NOTICE ! TO ALL OUR WESTERN FRIENDS, And others, as yon come to mill, will want to buv some Goods, Cheap for Cash, call at the FARMER'S STORE, at the old stand, No. 353 Poyntz ATenoe. WE UAVE JUST RECEIVED FROfif the Philadelphia market, a large asserU ment of Goods, consisting of Drv Goods Clothing Hardware, Qneeaaware, Boots and Shoes, Hals and Caps, TOBACCO, TEA, SUGAB, SOAP, GOAL OIL, and Candles SBd other tfaiags too numerous to mention: BSUALSO. Agents for Aver's Celebrated Medicines. All person desiring to invest Cash for good Goods will please call and look through our stock. JOHN PIPER & Co, Manhattan, Deo. 25, 1862. THEUNIONFOREVER MUsIKlifeMlElIK! JOHN P. WILEY, or JUNCTION 0ITY, keeps at his eld stand, The Claim. House, a good assortment of DRY GOODS & GRO CERIES, aad PROVISIONS, aa wan aa ROOTS and SHOES; aad ha fatten hiauelf, as he baa aa reat, clerk, er haaliag te pay, that ha ia able to sell as cheap aa eaa ha bought at tha retail heaaea ha Leaveawerth City. Having traded ia St. Low with Merge MeClang ta over $50,000, aad with Heasley RajseU, of Leavenworth City, aad new setting for prominent irms in Leavenworth, I faster myself that I aa regarded aa a prompt aa well posted man, prepared, if neeesserj to sett goods for ethers oa cemmissiea, ea fair aad reliable terms, as well aa to he able to sell quite as cheap, aa they eaa awrehaaed hm Western Kansaav Farmers, Wing am year ' HIDES AMDttOVUCB, and exchange with me. aad heaters, bring ma year FURS of all kiaaa. aad I will prove my propositi., i aba keep a small aauasrtof LUMBER and COOPHK STUFF oa hand far tak. , Fred.' P. Drew, MMujrania.sas I'OliTIllIiKY.'KXNnlAS.'