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Junction City, Kansas, SATURDAY, OCTOBKR 3. 186.3. . HSWSflLKABIHai.- Kef York cits taxjtill for l6is $ll 834,226.41. A snug little sum. fcr ng Bragg had 90,000-men under' hiram tie recent battle. Recent foreign advices say that civil war has commenced in Japan. Company A', of tho Eleventh Regiment, is stationed at Burlingame, Osage county. The State Fair -will be held inTeavenwortbl next week, on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday. The five twenty United States Bonds are still selling at the rate of over half a million dollars per day n 5 - Special; Orsjeiy t? IlfcADQUAmTEmS WpWK3T)l8Tj N. D. 2 32 vKB. M., JuncUoaiCity. 8epUp3; 3863. J-j 5 I. U'Bt Lieutenant ;Wb. SBlalttlyjSB hereby detailed as Acting A'djiitantfof this command, and will be obeyed and respected accordingly. 8. 31. STRICKLER, Colonel Commanding.,, Tnel oP 14 The Union Pacific Railway, E. D., has made rapid progress in grading the road up the Kansas Valley: 'This is' the! third n..l A. J.. WT O WeCK SICCB Ik was uuiuujeiii.-cu, ouu iuui wviwu uiuw ail.. ,nHes are already eraded. The road starts 1 By order of Mai. Gen. McDowell, e6mpa- Kaw,"on the South side tMTC0f,,r and juea belonging, to this command will-meelIor, aMtiag-afiUaightrBhoofcalUtM'oaWnKOl SMBISMSMSBBBBBBIB I The Prope- of the Sauroaa r PBOCLAMAnOILBY m o . ?a correauuBpuui, m wv uc4nwnu " -js ss - - at .at k a i '. ..-. rt. fwriunf.from Wyand-te uoder gate E"C'R Sept. 24th? says : -uw-. --- -.hea Cu .9 ?..ll I nwlnt Gen. Hooker has been aasignea an luijwriuui vv. command in the field, where his brilliant fight drill on Saturday of each week, at the time and place fixed by their commanding officers. Captains will see" that every member of their companies reDort for thai duty, and they are hereby authorized andjdirectcd to enforce this J ran m? vnT.TTMP. TWO ! Four more numbers will complete volume two of The Shokt Hill nS qualities will find their ma scope. . fc The Confederate Government nas euecieu a and Republican U.mo.v. A e were ueiermweu at the outset to make the paper live, and although it has not resulted to our immediate pecuniary benefit, we are rejoiced to know that our portion of the State has for the past year, at least, had as readable and neat looking sheet as any other section. An existence of two years is certajly enough to give the utmost confidence in its sta bility, and we now ask of every m in in West ern KauBas what is our due, their hearty support. A newspaper is the index of a community, and our index to Western Kansas can be still further improved. We want to progress don't like to stand still don't want to make money by it, and will invest every dollar in adding new material, improving it, and extending its useful ness. Don't let any peculiar difference withhold your support ; it is enough for your to know j that it has accomplished more for Western Kan sas than any other influence. We say this because facts will justify it ; " blowing " ranks next to the "almighty dollar." We ought to begin Volume Three with several hundred new names on our books. We would be aided considerably if some of those already on our list would settle up; would be particularly pleased if some of those whom we have credited two years, would credit us one year. A FLATTERING PROSPECT. The Santa Fe Gazette, in an article under the caption of " Mails to New Mexico," bitterly com plains of their mail' arrangements, and makes a splendid and somewhat remarkable suggestion. It is one that will eventually be carried out. and its agitation is but a part of the inevitable progress the commerce of the plains is making in seeking a natural channel. With such testi .mony to bear us up, we have renewed confidence that in a short time the Smoky Hill Valley will 'throng with the gigantic trade and travel of the vast plains to the West of ns. The article is somewhat severe upon the Kan sas City Stage line, because of its want of com fort for passengers, and also upon the mail contractors over that route because of the irregu larity of their mails. The Gazette suggests, as a remedy, that a weekly mail be established from Santa Fe to Denver. The paper says of the proposed route, "By the establish ment of a mail as here suggested we will be able to receive news from the States in Santa Fe in four dji3"B, when the telegraph line shall have been com pleted to Denver City, which will be in a short time. Besides this, letters from the States can be sent by this route; to Sahta Fe, and other parts of New Mexico, with the utmost regularity, aud quicker by five days than they are now brought on the Kansas City coach. This is an item of time that is of great importance to the Govern ment in communicating with the civil and mili tary officers of the Territorj'." Five days' time tavcd ! to which add two days more, that would be saved by the opening of a mail route through the Smoky Hill Valley to Denver. Our route from Lea en worth to Denver is ono hundred and forty miles neirer to the river than' any other'route, which is two days travel, making a saving between Santa Fe and the' States of seven days ! Leavenworth will do well to look at this item, nnd we hope it will have due weight in urging forward the proposed express line between Leav enworth and Denver via the Smoky Hill. m m NOTICE. OF RESIGNATION. To the citizens of Davis county, Kansas: I have this day resigned the office of County Sunt. of. Public Instruction to the County Com missioners of this count-, and if they .don't Select one to fill the vacancy it will devolve up on you to make the selection yourselves, to fill out my unexpired term of two years. Trust ing, fellow-citizens, that you will .elect one much belter qualified, audjwy.hfm well for ser vices rendered, I shall-leave you with, senti ments of high regard. ' 0. DAYISSON. ,Sep 29th, 1SG3. loan of lO0.000,0lHf. from parties in trance on the cotton now in this country. The New York Tribune's Norfolk correspon dent says Lee will superintend the final strug gle for Chattanooga. It is reported that the Sumter, alias Gibral tar, ran the blockade of Charleuton Aiigust,2"d, having on board two 000 and four 4W-pounu gun ATTESnoXvCoMrAxy ! We have been request ed to published the following section oPthe, Militia iiaw.- for those who suppose they can do as they please about attending drill . f Sfc.IS. Every non commissioned officer mu sician, and1 pri ate, who shall refase to appear full armed-and equipped, on any day of muster provided for in this act, shall, for every such refusal or neglect, pay the sum of one dollar for each company muster, and five dollars for each brigade or encaniproent muster. The next ssetion provides that delinquents shall be summoned to appear before, a Justice of the Peace, and if they do not show a legal'de fense, judgment will be'rendered' in the name of ibc'.State, and the fine forthcoming. Sicknesri Is the only legal excuse. . Homestead. Several of the State papers have -published a notice to the effect that pre-emptora whohave filed their declaratory statements on the public lands since the20th of May, 1S62, cannot change their pre-emption to homestead -entries. No such decision has readied the Land Office, at this place, and how such, a report "has been made public we know not. The law U vague in several of "its provisions, but we appre-J hend that such a decision asihe ope alluded to -will not bemade. ,Settlers 'will "act wisely to make their, entries before tootnanyruljings oanyt kuid.are siade. , ,. ' m mt - ' A. Decisiqv Rendered. We- learn Jty thEo peka Record that oniast, Tuesday, the Supreme Court pronounced an ppjnion in theeaseLof the Chief Justiceship In faror of Judge Cobb. This. will make an. election of Chief Justice fliis fall necessary 'to fill' the unexpired, term of Judge Ewing. The Governor s proclamation, oraenng an election, v. ill be found in another column. Biiiradicr-Gcnerftl George W. Deitaler has resigned on account of ill-health. In the res ignation of General Deitzler, our Country has lost one of her best Generals. Gen Blunt has arrived at Fort Scott, where he will remain until he finishes the recruiting business, aud closes up the claims of the Aan sas Brigade. The Richmond Examiner is savage upon the speculators, who are filling their basements and outhouses ftith wheat, in order to take ad vantage of the necessities of the people. The first hundred tons of railroad iron for the Union Pacific Railroad, Eastern Division, were shipped from Elmira, N. Y., on the 15th ult. A premium of company colors, worth $25, will be given for the best target-shooting by a com pany of Kansas State Militia at the State Fair, and a drum and fife to the beat drilled company. A Canadian, who wished to tell a copperhead what he thought of him couldn't remember the appropriate title, and so relieved himself with, "You old one cent!" He hit the value if he didn't hit the name: A writer who evidently is capable of knowing of what he speaks, sajs that ''there is not an iron vessel in the British or French navies wiiose plating can resist the shot of our large Parrot guns, at a moderate distance." Hon. Archibald Williams, II. S. District Judge for the District ot Kansas, tueu ai. Quincy, Illinois, on the 21st ult. 1 bus nas f.iii mirtttior honored citizen, an eminent lawyer and a distinguished jurist. At the nominating convention of Wood county,Ohio,four of seven nominees for county offices were wounded and crippled soldiers. That is right; it shows that respect for soldiers in that locality is not buncomb, but comes from the heart. Cars arc now running from San Francisco seventeen miles towards San Jose, over the Western Pacific Railroad. Seventy iuils will be in order for passengers within a month, and the balance of the road to San Jose will be completed in the same time. Since the conflagration at Lawrence, eight or nine packages of notes have been sent to the Treasury to be exchanged for others. They had been subjected to the fire, and were not injured beyond identification. It seems that the chemi cals employed on these notes forms a coaunc which affords a protection from fire. They had a guerrilla scare in Leavenworth last Sunday night. It was caused by the arri val of some Union League men, who had been driven out of Platte .county. Seven or eight companies were immediately under arms, and great promptitude was shown by them in pre paring for any emergency that might-anse. The Detroit Free Press states that the health of Gen. Cass had 'improved, and he was now considered out of danger. Gen. Cass is 3iow ot ...-, -.i ,Vinr mti bora in 1792. In that' year were also born John C. CalhoUn, Thomas H. Benton, Daniel Webster and'Martin Van Burcn all dead. ' James C.' Watson, of Ann Arbor, Michigan, discovered a new planet on the morning of the 15th ult. Its right ascension is fifteen minutes (time), and its declination nine degrees and fifty minutes north. The motion indicates that the new planet belongs to the, group between Mars and Jupiter. It shines like a .star of, the tenth magnitude. ,The steamer Clinton arrived 'at New York bringing 5Tew Orleans paper of the' 20tbl' There was a female hread riot' at Mobile on September 4th. The Governor1" ordered the 17th Alabama regiment to put down the disturbaace, but they refused ; the 3Iobilercadets essayed to do it, but " . i a U iV. irniiiu ' TVwioa'wA TL Cantainsof all companies in tins com mand will see that a complete list of delin mients at drills, uarades. or any other duty they may be ordered to perform, is kept and reported. . III. Any voting precinct or neighborhood which has failed to organize on account of not beni" aide to get sufficient men together to forma company, or any other cause, a.re here by ordered to immediately organize themselves mtn pninnamcs. j.niri.v uicu, ui wnc"j, " be entitled to a full set of company officers ; twenty to 1st and 2d lieutenants; and ten men to a 2d licutenanf . Commanders of pai ts of companies thns organized are hereby order ed to use their commanus 10 nu up uiuir com panies and compel a compliance -with these or- lcrs- . -I 41. J tv Prnnmnn dors of companies will see that their commands take and subscribe to the oath I prescribed in General Urucr jo. u, oi .uajor General McDowell. Printed blanks of the Oath and Muster Rolls can be had on applica tion to these Headquarters. V. Officers of companies will make them selves familiar with the Militia Law of the State, and a careful compliance with tne same is hereby enjoined. By order of Col. S.M. STRICKLER. Wii. S. Blakelt, A. Adjutant. GENERAL ORDERS :N0. 6. Headquarters N". D. A". S. M. Leavexwortu, Sept. 15, 1863. J Commanders of regiments, battalions and companies in the Northern Division of Kansas State Militia, will direct each company, at their first meeting, to sign a copy of the fol lowing oath, certified to by a person authorized to administer oaths, and transmit the same to these headquarters." Oath : We do solemnly swear that we will Bupport, protect and defend the Constitution and Government of the United States, and the Constitution and Government of the State of A"ansas, against all enemies, whether foreign or domestic, and that we will bear true faith and loyalty to the same ; and further, that we do this without any reservation or evasion, to perform, in good faith, all the duties which may legally be required of us so help us God. Names of members, age. Subscribed and sworn to before me, this day of A. D., 18t);i. By command of Maj. Gen. McDowell. n47-4t. H. Hackbuscu, A. A. G. GENERAL ORDERS NO. 7. Headquarters N. D. K. S. M.T Le vvkvwortii, Sept. 15, 18:5. j I. Captains of companies in the Northern Division of A'ansas State Militia will see that every man subject to military duty, under the laws of the State, is at once enrolled in his respective ward or township, as the law pro vides. All capUins are hereby authorized to use portions of their commands in carrying out this order. II. Any person subject to military duty who refuse. to be enrolled or take the oth pre scribed by l.w, and published in General Order No l, n at once to be reported to these Hcad qirters. . III. All companies of enrolled Militia in th Northern District, except thoieof the cities of Leavenworth and Atchison, will meet for drill on Saturday of each week, at the time and place fixed by their commanding officers. By command of Maj. Gen. McDowell. H. IlACKBUSCft, A. A. G. west, crossing the Kaw one mile from the mouth, hugging the bluff on" the south side. The bridge is under rapid headway. The pile driver is built, piles and Caps are bir.g delivered, and everfthinff moves. Our people have been so long habituated to bearing this matter tamea oi, wunoui see inn anything done.that they were asniuch startled to see one hundred hands at work on the road as if they had been greetedi b a clap of thunder out of a clear' sky-. To facilitate the business of the town, '.here is some talk of building a fide-r;;cfe from the levee, on the imssouu, out to the main trunk, a little over nue mile; This.'how ever, is not fullv settled upon, as it will depend somchut upon the aid which shall be furnish. d by our citizens. Samuel llal lett septus to display wisdom in building thfl r-jad in accordance with the bill pas&ed by Congress, and yet many people here want the road to pass just outside their door-yards. The present prospect is, that while tour metropolitan city will oe tne terminus of one leg of the road, that for a few months, at least, this will be tho ter minus of the other. Finally, Mr. Editor, you will most un fiuestionablv pardon me, if I take this x- I :. -...- U Wnnnilfttta OCCaSlOn lO luvuw our uiu , ii jnuuv. friends to be present next Now Years, and see the first train start towards' the Pacific rom this point j and if Samdel- Hallett & Co. will consent, tafce a nae wim us io Lawrence. Wyaitdot. the iwifctlith aajjofjteo; Justice of the supreme Court of the -State of Kansas, did tender hia resignation of said office : and -"ltrAereas, On th'e' t wentyeighth day of TWoinhpr. A. T). lRft2. tho Executhe of - ---j --- -""- j- ... , the State did appoint the Hon. JNeison Cobb to fill said-raeancy, whose term of office will expire b'v constitutional litnita- iofrwhwKtfew3weeeorfhaU'-bllly elected and qualified j and 117icrcers,Itis provided by Jaw that the choice of said successor shall be made at the next general election, succeeding said Executive appointmeut. Now therefore I, TH03IAS CARNEY, From the fomtk. JIarvey Bfrchwhi M been a prisoner i Richmwrf sjiccpMarfb last, and just niuMl.i writes a laker ft the New York Herald, wTncr contains the following items: A clerk iu the Navy-DepaUBent, ocL relaUv? of Secretary Mallory, assured m that they have nine iron-clads being con structed in Europe, five of which would be ready""tor sea ear ly in October. I was lnVfv formed by the Private, Secretary. ,0 Mtv Benjamin that dispatches had been received atthe-SUU :Dfrtet.froBi Mr. Slwkllp containing positive assurance that the Conr federacy. would be recognixed by France on or before the 10tU of January, 1864. I know that Jeff. Davis and all thejeading rebels regardichmbnd as the heart ofnha' Confederacy,without wtncu lt-woum quicK Governor of tho State of Kansas, do pro- ly die. The report that Jeff. Davis is about claim and declare that, on TUESDAY to call into the field .several hundred Jhois- THE THIRD DAY OE NOVEMBER nd negroes is probably not witnoui soma ioundation; it has been a sumeei; ui uia- cussion in the ltebei Cabinet lor several months past. isj" Twelve merino sheep, recently takes from the State of Vermont to an exhibition in Deumark, sold for 85000. Ike Responsibility of the Repulse at uiaua- nooga. Washington, Sept. 25. It appears now that all three of Rose crans and Grant's divisions were engaged in the battles in front of Chattanooga, two of which were driven back in considerable dis orders. tGen. Rosecrans, in his dispatches, imputes the loss of the battle to disobedi ence of -orders on the part of General Mc Cook, who failed to occupy an important position assigned him by Rosecrans. Had he done as ordered. Rosecran's opinion is, the battle would have resulted in a splendid Union victory. Great anxiety is felt here in army circles for safety. Burnside, in order to reiniorce wose- crans, only safe course would be to. cross the TeBnesaee river ana move cown Be tween the river and mountains, or to pene trate to some of the Gaps and move down behind the mountains. The opinion of military men seems to be thnt if ha at tempted to move down this do of the river ho -would meet great risk of being out off. v.rA fnrflid "to flv bv the women. Peace, was finally restored, but the riots openly declared they would burn Uie city n eome means were not devised to relieye distress. ,' Sam" "Wood,, of thV Council Grove 'rr'ess, pitches'intoeverybod'y'lilcean old woman on washing day., We don't know , Sm-kWood, don't want to know, never saw him,;nevcr saw anyone that, jdid,' never read, anylhing, about him except fwha he" wrote, but will.bet, judg ing from the tone of his paper, .that he ia4a little, flried-up, nervous body, .with- gimblet eveaandetump tail, that craw.la. jander Jus masters chair and snarlsat every big dog.tkat comes in.sighU He is at present issuing proc lamations in-Morria county. Bg Blue vni&n The Illinois farmers went extensively 'iato cotton "planting this year. Many thousand acres' Tvere planted ami many inswfedtkat this 'year would demonstrate1 the pwdteabllrfy' GENERAL ORDERS NO. 3. Headqtartkrs K. M., Topeka, Sept. 14, 1833. J To prevent irregularities and to secure uni formity, it is ordered : I. That from and after the promulgation of this order, the muster rolls of all companies of militia organizing, or to be organized, in the Northern Division, shall be forwarded to Maj. Gen. James L. McDowell, Headquarters at Leavenworth. All companies organizing, or to be organized, in the Southern Division, shaU forward their rolls to Maj. Gen. John B. Scott, Headquarters atLcroy, Kansas.' A full com pliance with the laws regulating the organiza tion is snjoined, and especially that section nnirintr a Tirescribed oath to be duly admin istered to Und subscribed by each 'membwr of th -rMnwtira companies. Hereafter commissions, will be issued and forwarded upon the recommendations of the Maior Generals commanding divisions. The Major Generals will cause copies of the mus ter rolls, as soon as possiDie aiier meir rcucip, to be forwarded to the ofiice of the Adjutant General. III. Until further order the regiments .or ganized in the Southern Division will be nura T.1 nml recognized as follows : The regiment composed of the militia of Douglas county, Vui. r. it. owui, i.uiuiuuu.6) """. . " Z.' the regiment composed of the militia of Janm county, Col. Jno. T. Snoddy, commanding, as number two; the regiment composed of,the militia of Shawnee county, Col. ;W. Wi H. Lawrence, commanding, as number thbm. Regiments Jiereafter organizcdjwill be number ed according to the dates of Iheir. Respective organizations. By order, of the Commander-in-Chief. GUILFORD DUDLEY, J Adjutant General, i : of, raising cotton in the Free states-. Wiser. hcadB and 'more obserranten, 'predicted fail ure'; thrft, success wonldjoe tne'ceTpti6nVTail- urc thevruleThe resnltcnfieshejnfredletion. The feceM frost inlllinois have' ehtirely7;ru itid 'the' cotton crot.JfTo such an; extent does this daniag'e reach that'notli single 'bale of cotton will be gathered' north of the Ohio river. The Topeta Record .wants to know .what we meant last week, in speaking,of the falsehoods of the Topeka folks. TTe aHued" to thervrf ,. !. fTVr in aendin? trade and travel by way of Council Grove. People must be blinded, to their own interest, who will work against the well-waterea anq ierwiw w '.T ." sas.-and for Vie bluffs and hills ofJuatYtgibrt Martour word : In fen years from new the Val- iI- Af Hie Smokv Hill and Jtenublican willbe the" most populous, and trealth'y; portion' Statct You can work; for Uie ouierrouie n you -. fif Imt f Ahv onel'hnV a"diBDoaition to come this way, don't lie them out'ofit,s'Ithasbe done. ' ", ' -1 ' WAItrSG 15THE- OOCTH. XH- Jlicnwvnu - .-Mi.pr' Vvsalhat 'after' two 1distinet';enorft to capW'CnatUnwgS.the'enem'sUirhordtand are strepithemiiV & tfg -position, -lleaa-whilVthe itnation'in Northern Virginia" tt become cntiealV'fce'enemy-M preparing-fora neraVatack on -tfie'Rapidan, aiid' massing their rc"itrCnlpepr,W.crii"th; ro ",-':., j. ts.rC Jimti Paitfmiation' raiirpaa a mttj wu.vo -..-- . to 6ght. The State Fair Grounds. Yesterday we paid a hasty visit to the Slate Fair grounds, ariti found workmen buhily engaged in erecting buildings to be used for the exhibition of all the curiosities to be displayed-on that occasion. Five are nearly completed,, iucluding Floral -Hall. This latter building in size is about eight een by sixty feet, and put up with consid erable taste and skill. The one to be used bv the officers as their headquarters is four- teen by twenty-eight, feet, and conveniently arranged for comtort. xue remaining lour are eighteen by thirty feet. Several other small buildings are to be erected, and will soon be placed in a forward state of compile. tion. The stalls lor cattle, sneep ana horses -have; not been put up, but will shortlv be erected, with capacity sufficient to accommodate the largest possible , num ber. The site selected contains between twelve and fifteen acres,, and a substantial eight- foot fenceaurnmnds it. T There are three, commodious gates two on, the south side' and one on the east. .The land being. somewhat rolling, the track will not be located around the grounds, but be made on the lower or soutn, eiae, wim ampie room to tarn. It will le in plain view from nearly every portion of the grounds. From all indications the Fair will be a success, and, from what we can learnwe have no nesitancv in saving mat ,xrcavcu worth will see a greater. Catherine; on . thai occasion than she has ever before seen. At nm unng.A llin flnon tf TlfiTt Wefik We Vt UII1VI "V MMIW.www . -, - - .-..( expect ta see hundreds of articles j an, exfy- mtioq. -it is to tne interest oiyiariuer. mc chanicsand jnachiniita-tOj, have .Iheir -productions anjTar tides, on. exhibition early -jm The absence of eo aany men in the army will be felt.but tbereare enougn. leu u fi.llitheygxrounds,andjnake (the, exhibition in every ,feapect,what it jhpuld'he a complete next, there shall be chosen by ballot, ac cording to the law governing general elec tions, a CHIEF JUSTICE of the SU PREME CUUlti" of the- Mate oi Janas, to serve for the remainder of tho unexpired term. The Sheriffs of the several counties are diiected to give notice of said; election at the time and in the manner prescriDea oy law. Done At. Topeka, Kansas, this, thirtieth day of September, A. D. 1863. In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand, and caused the, great seal of the State to be affixed, the day and year above written. By the Governor, THOS. CARNEY W. W. H. Lawrence, Secretary of State. 1 The House That Jeff. Built The Hartford Post perpetrates the fol lowing, with an introduction tlfus : The following history of the celebrated edifice erected by Jeff. Davis, Esq., is au thentic It was written for the purpose of givingrinfant politicians a clear, concise and truthful description of tho habitation and the fortunes and misfortunes and doings of the inmates. I. The Southern Confederacy. This is the house that Jeff, built. II. The Ethiopian. This is the malt that lay in the house that Jeff, built. III. The Underground Railroad. Ih'.t is the rat that eat the malt that lay in the house that Jeff, built. IV. The Fugitive Slave Laic This is the cat that killed the rat that eat the mall that lay in the house that Jeff, built. V. The Personal Liberty Bill. This is the dog that worried the cat that killed tfat rat that eat the malt that lay iu the house that Jeff, built. VI. Chief. Justice Taney. This is tin cow with the crumpled horn that tossed tin dog that worried the cat that killed the rat that eat the nialt that lay in tho house tlut Jeff, built. VII. James Buchanan. This is tin maiden all forlorn that milked the cow witl crumpled horn that tossed the dog tba worried the oat that killed the rat that au the malt that lay in the house that Jeff built. VIII. C. Ccsh.Thh is the man al tattered aud torn that married the maidsr all forlorn that milked the coir with crump led horn that tossed- the dog that worried the cat that killpd the rat that eat the mab that lay in the house that Jeff, built. IX. Plunder. This is the priest ell shaven and shorn that married the man-all tattered and torn to the maiden all forlon. that milked the cow with crumpled horn that tossed the dog that worried the cat that killed the rat that eat the malt that lay in tho house that Jeff, built. WATSON Sl RINEHART, Xo. 12 .j-14 Delaware Strut, LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS. HAVE ON EXHIBITION A VERY LARG1 and complete assortment of Foreign and Domestic DRY GOODS, BOOTS JJVD SHOES, HATS, CAPS, CARPETS, rv Oil Cloths & MattingsrJ ALSO: WINDOW DAMASKS, WHITE OIL SHADES, BUFF, GREEN & BLUE WINDOW HOL LAND AND PAPER. Curtain Fixtures, Cornices, Curtain !Bands3 Hooks. cfec. cfco-, Retailers xchotcish to buy Goods at BOTTOM PRICHS, will do well to call and tzamint our Stock. JfiTREMMBK THE PLACE:. Xo. 13, Delaware Street, Leavenworth, HaaMl WATSON & RINEHART. STOVES & TINWARE r HAVE THE LARGEST AND BEST L selected stock of and all kinds of heating stoTes in thi wetern country. , of tinware for the wholesale trade. All onders for stores, tinware, tinner's lUck, hollow war, Ac, filled promptly and at low prices. Henemher my stand, 51 DELAWARE ST., 01 LEAVEJTWOBTH, F. ICiSAS. R. MERK. success. Lcav. Bulletin. Hotfce.a H tPit n tx Jt 1f.7'l ji .' - v ,--. f -, ..! vra.-ri 1 UNION PAQIFICKAILROAD y.MIFAHX. . Two Thousand SbaresMof ihWapTtaT Stock of.the UnionV Pacific Railroad" Compinj' having been, BUbscriDeoaua ,ieu jper ", thereof. paidfo the IXreasu'ref- of said'Com- Stock of said Company forthc Hection of Directors 'thereof will be. held aUhe4office oriai'd cbmpVnyV.iWi liam intte Oi y of 'NewY&k, 1ne''29th0nr Fran aBtkoritV'Wkiehvis:Bdb4d! weUcarnit&tirKansai Migain.tarbeadr. separate Depmrfeefr,? ad jthats'Qerli r . m.. ' .-U..L. ,u.:uj .;v nwnu Txms' nemwismuuivmi - unbonnde delight. Bulletin. Meeting of Missonrians and Kaniani in "Wash ington. Washinoton, Sept. 28. There is a meeting of Missouri and Kansas delegates to-night j and it is quite enthusiastic. The commissioners read an address they had prepared to 'be presented to the President. It has not been adopted, and may possibly receive some slight amend ment' to it.'4 II will be proper to say- that the following will embrace, its main points; After affirming their attachment to the administration, and to the President, and their determination to ttand by the procla mation of emancipation, they proceed to lay . down representations of ,the .Radical and Conservative parties in Missouai, and call upon the President to judge from this who are and' who are "not his, friends and friends of.J his ; administration, and stated they' tbeu'liold 'slavery ,to "haveVjbeen- the original cause of, the rebellion, and on this acc'dunt7they, declare the emancipation prqc- iau.ai.iuu a ucucaonj tuu iiicuvauip.v xhcj say (tney. accept the name of rRadicals and desire nCother. They are radical ta .the, core and "are dctertpined to see the institu tion of Vfavery. wipedpt forever 'in Mis- ble's osurpation- of power a'ad' 'gross.. abuse of it, and wiirchajrgeJhgt,his pro-slavery cpnaeryatjsra.is responsible for the recent 'disturbed stale of affarrstq Missouri. , Hb ojgaoizatTou of State Militia- they will de-J nounce as unconstitutional ijuu,, nmw; warrant in form of Uw. Gen SchoMd'a P0I19V they willjdeclare to bav)j peenf qe- yoieu in meciion o buuui uauvum -thoritymib'stitute .lateral and fnsolence a case "1m whibfihe sustained!' Gamble in f.irKIddintr State Militia enlistine in Feder- a'l regiments. They will claim that,, tbe effect of his orders were to disarm the loyal and arm the dtsloval. and denounce bis attacks on freedom of speech ancLtbe press. Tn'ey conclude 'what they have ftd ayof iscnoneia Dyaeciairiig4tn.eoiaie is in worse oenditkMtitliafuit Jiw beeaiatajiTitiiie'aUce the war eoiiawBecfd, and, iherefore,fulcifor 'suggest asthatBelioeonflMttdt,BeiBtler, beiieviDr he could restore order; in-three J days, Lost Duplicates. On the 17th day of NoTemher, 1859, 1 n tered, at the Land Office at Ogden, .Kansas, north half of northeast quarter, southwest quarter of northeast quarter and northwest quarter'of southeast quarter of section thirty one (31), of township nine (9), south of range four (), east, containing lou acres, oy locat ing thereon Military Bounty. Land Warrant No. 90, 147, act 1855, and receiving therefor the Register's certificate No. 1159. Also, at the same time and place, I entered Lots three (3), sir (6), and seven (7), of sec tion thirty-two (32), of township nine (9), south, of range four (4), east, containing 164 and 30-100 acres, by locating thereon Military Bounty Land Warrant No. 21,957, act 1855, nnd paying at the rate of $1,25 per acre for an excess of 4 and 30-100 acres, and receiving therefor the Register's certificate, No. 1160, also .Receiver's Receiptf No. 347. Also, at the same time and place, the certifi cate to lot number 3, in'section 5, township 10, south Of range 4r cast," containing 32 and 10-100 acres, entered by S. B. White." The certificates and receipts aboe referred to, having been destroyed, are lost. Notice i hercby given-that on the 20th day of October, 18C3, 1 will apply to the Register of the Land Office at Junction City, .Kansas, for the patcnta" to the land described. A n45-7tpf$12-. DANIEL M. BATg FHTJIT TREES FOR SALE. .; The subscriber has on hand JIFTY TQOPS AND APPLE TREES, of wztjutuicn varieties, as wellasaqnautifyof Peach, Locust &c, &c , which he offers cheap for each, or will exchange for cows, youag stock or 'grmia, atireasonahle 'lice. 1IIK.AM BEAL, Aahland NcrsirvyPaTia Co.. Kansas. a4Clj R. D. MOBLEY, L ? District Cterk of Davis County REALESTATE.AND,I;AXTKAGENTi " ' JUNCTION CITY.- "ITTILL fla bnslhess inUhe Land Office, aadh VVrgi "trict attent?oa'to paying- taxes for noR-residents. - Office. o WahrnoitreWf? Taylor's BuildiBg, opposite the agieflotelo7j- EDWARD WJSEYHOURrH Dm ' Physician, Accoufeleuii; An f. St fS. ., mr v . iu s.ioa ..rM - j iix -' u :ia-ixxr:o .-. t 0c. at the Gtr ftaf V, Jimctickri City ; EanggSg?t ;r NOTICE, az . r6tlCE IS HEEEBY GIVEK TO THB Jl. creditors ask)UieTaimtercstetinlth,i tate o;Luif Ketlafflj decease, tfcafcll .fatb tXmaVe a final settlcmcBt of. said.estate at the nelt tirm of'theTrobate" Court cf Bavi equa v1 KiiRjiiP'"'" CHRISTIAN' WWZEL.' J clitT'- CHRISTIAN wbtzbl; jTr " AdtarnTslratpr.