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X I THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, JOCTOBER'm e ' iwiiii "I'Mihn t, lii jUr lutlfjifatont. tTnrn svxbtwuiwiesdat MOMHia at DAY. Local Editor. gepUieaa Canuty Tick: '. 4. for,Beprattaabves. E liYNDE, of Grasshopper Falls, H.'BUCKMATER, of Obkbloosa. 2br County Commissioner 1st DUtrfet, WOOD1N FOSTER. J?" J.G. VAUGHAN. "2'" " MOSES AKERS ' for County Assessor DAVID McKELVEY. r ' " 7 Democratic Ticket. for the Legislature D.L.XAKIN, of Grasshopper Falls, for Commissioners FRANKLIN FINCH, W.'C. BUTTS, J. B. OLIVER. for County Assessor ' j. w." CAWLF1ELD. Snxxo Dale. We learn from our friend, Isaac M. Pierce, that there has recently been established a Post Office si the new village of Spring Dale.tnore familiarly known as the Quaker Settle Mtntonie ten miles east of this place. James W. Russell, late of Oskaloesa, has been appointed Post Master at that t,dW -Mr-R-,5 nlucil of a gentleman. and. will m.ike an accommodating and efficient officer. The csublishrnent of ii.is officjejorros another new link hi the chain of necessities jJ.at rquirea mail route from" Lea; er.worih directly to and beyond tins place. And il is a route, that, iu our humble opinion, would pay from the beginning. Let the people mo'.e iu this tuuiter. and we can have hat wc Ime m law' needed, a direct daily mail from Leaveuwunh City west ward through Oskaloosa. A Nxw Featche. With pleasure we announce that John B .Morgan, wlio has just located in this place, will in a few days open a Silversmith shop in the building lately occupied by J. W. Rus sell. 'We '-feave Utter from" 'several gentlemen whom we know lobe i sponsible, highly recommending Mr. Korean, and we commend him to the ckizeDS of Oskalooea and visinity who We unvtliinir to be dotie in his line. His prices, we learn, will be moderate, And work Disced in his hands will be promptly attended to. ' A number of our citizens who iur been wui buffalo bunting, returned last week. All seem to have Iad good success, having -brought hove with them largtquantilies of the finest kind of wild meat. We return our thanks to our friends, C. B. McClellan, and Leslie Colby, for nice presents of buf lalo steak. The Wide World is the title of a new piper just started is Boston, Mass. the first number of which we have re ceived. It is a .baudsomely printed folio journal, coWtaining 28 colusans of rea ling matter, issaed weekly, by J. H. Brig h ax dt Co , who have secured the service of masy of the' most fa mous writers of stories and sketches in the Union. It is to be "a Mirror of Literature, Romance, Reality, Educa tion and Progress," and will contain no continued stories. Terms. 92 a years in advance. Address, James H. Brig- ham k Co., Publishers, 20 State Street Boston, Mass. The Paanus Farmer is an excellent psper. devoted to Agriculture, Horti etltare. Mechanic, Education, Hone Interests. General News, Markets, Ac. Itu published, weekly, at Chicago, in H octavo form of sixteen pages, th an index at tlife end of each volume six month!. One copy one year $2; wee copies one year 85; six copies eae year, and on" to agent, S9. Address, Hmtry 4 Co.. So 204 Lake street, Chieego. 111. at?T W refer owr re-iders to tha card oi a. L. Dowket & Co., of Leaven-i worth. It w,u be Men that Mr. Brown has dissovleoTJfentiiTw!tKft'i -- .., ?T7'"l,.??Tnn oa in tne name ana siyie of A. L uowney dc Co., wno have removed from their old stand t Sfiawriee'street.' and will be found on 3d street, near Dn IwmtV -'V&Z&ZityV? Qefcr n, iBco, at the widnv of Richard Jdler. by th, RevrHHi itAitTietn, fWnxiAsi BwtjKsand M'Mai- C.AK.Iff Jefleraow' CouVty. J, by the RovW Pkaw. Mr, P.' . WShtiMtfte prii 9. '-JVfUtV A1)VJfflT18EMBNT8 CABINET WARE ROOMS! THE undersigned is prepared to manufacture t order on start noucc, ud at reaMoabls pries , II kinds of CABINET FURNITURE, such aa Bureau., Bedsteads, Breakfast aud lttniae Tabic Centre Tables, Lounges. ., Ac Furniture kept on basil for sale at all time. JLPCOFFS. covered of nlnn. n.H. i..,h- neatest and bcslstjle. aad in Uie shortest possible time. AH orders will receive nmmni iir.t.,... Shop on the north side of JeSsrson street. opposite iiiuuoi van. (a-Jmj w. w. SPEAR. ATLANTIC MONTHLY. PHILUi, SAMFSOM & CO'S.. NEW MA&AZIJE. DEVOTUD TO Literatire, Art ud Falitici. ITS AIM wttj. BE Pikst In Llteimtore, to laard no provineo enran resented, so that while each number wUl cenUin articles of an abstract and iieraaaaent ralue, it wUl also be fonnd that the healthy appetite of the mind for entertainment in its various forms of Narrative, Wit and Humor, will not go uncared for. The publichors wish to say, also, that while native writ ers will receive the most solid encourarenient. and will be mainly relied ou to BUtbu pges of the At-i lamtic. ther wlU'not besitaV' to draw from she for eign sources at thelrcommand, as occasion way re quire. In this way they hope to inake their' Peri odleat welcome wherever the English tongue Is spoken or read. ' Stco d Iu the term Airr they intend to Include the whole domain of asthctice, and hop rraJualy to make this critical department a true and fcarlcu representative of Art, In all its various branches, without anv reeard to prejudice of what Kind soever. Tn;B In l'oliUes,lho AtlanUe will b the organ of no party or cUqae, but will honesUy ondeavor to be the exponent of hat its conductors believe to be the American Idea. It will deal frankly with persons and wlUi parties, endeavoring always to keep in view that morel element which transcends all persons and parties, and which atone makes the basis of a true and lasting national prosperitt. It will not rank ilaeir with any sect of Amtik. but with that body of men which is In favor of Freedom, aallonal rrofrcss, anu nonor, puoue or private. As an earnest of the materli.1 at their command, they subjoin a list of literary persons interested in their enterprise; wishing It, however, to bo distinct ly understood, that they shsll bo pa for the e'oirt of every kind of ability which desires the at cuui of their columns, and In the romuni-ration of ubich thry shall be guided purelv by th;ir sense or iu. trinsic menu William H. Preseott, UalpU wnU Er.icnon.T. H.Ilrdge, D. U., iHslh:. id Hjwthomc, John C. u hittler, Oliver wendell II Mines, .'as R. Loei, J. Lothrop lfotlev, Ceo. V. . Cuitis, HonnHii Mcllvtlle, Prof. C. C. Fefioa, Prof. F U. Child, E P. hip pie, Edmund Qulncy, aut'ior ol "V.'cuslcv," Thos. w. Parsons, J-1. Trowbridge, sathor of 'iFelplibor Jackwood," A.C., Mrj. H Uecher Uc, '7trs. Gaskell, author of "kuth," "Mary Kuiton," ic , Mrs. L. Maria Clilta. Mrs. fVM. KSrfc!-iil, Mrs Pike, author of Id A! ," "Cfajae."' ic , -Miss Koo , Terry, wilkie Collins, a utior of -Usad fcccxot ' &r., ' Brooks, auUior of 'Aspen Cojrt,' dc, E. il. :Uu ty, author of 'Political Portraits," &r.. JsmcsiUiic-, author of 'Sinfrltton Fon'.enoy,' C. W; Phlleo, au thor of 'Twice .Married.' TERMS. Tnc Atlt c Mom atv can be bed of Booksellels, Periodical Agents, or from the Pab Ushers; at three Dollars a year, ortweuty-flve ceuts a Jf umber. Subicnbcrt remitting three dollars. In advance, to the puMUbers, wltl receive the work' for Dtit j car, postpaid. In any port of the United States within three thousand miles. .. Kninni. aninnrit! -uLiar ALUiDin.' ic. oiiincT GBEjA-T EASTERN ROUTE VIA OHIO MISSISSIPPI BROAD GUAfJE RAILROAD Makirg tin jiHkrt tinio from St. Ijaax to Cicciuna'l. lm Mille. JS'i.rhvitr aud kll EA-tern Cil c! New Yi.ik 42 bouts. Pitt-bur;, 21 hour Bton, 44 hours. Wheeling, 1954I.OUI8. PhiUd lphu.33liar. CUvclaml, IV tours. Baltimore. 36 hours. Hull o. 26i h.mrs. Wjhington.37i houi;. Louisvillr, Hi hours. NVhtille, 2o umir. From &t. Louis to Cincinnati without caixgk or CABS From Ciu innti to Cli. eland, Pitts burg or Bcllair, without etiange of rars BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH. The II tSt.JoeU.R., and Ke.knk packets, llie Norm Alisiouti, and tba Ohio A il1ts.iipi K. ii.'S iake dure kiidieliable ennecnon xt Cincinnati, wishoutom'-ibin ride, with the thor ite Roads of the Wen. The Little Miaui! A Collambus A Xenia, and Cincinnati. Hamtlmt A Da v ion Uail-Koads. for Uiytnn and Collambus. With the Cleveland Cillnmbus and Cin. incaii K.P. , for Cllaud BoflaloA aiagara Eallr. Th Pitisborg.ColIum bus A Ciueinnati, and F rt WayneA Cbiengo K. R.'S for Pi'tt'borgh aud Piilade'i his. ITie J- n-t-al Obio R.R.. forZariMv.lle, WheIiBfan.t Bal tiaiore. Marietta A Cincniiati R. R.. ?.r Chilli- eothe, Marietta. Park rsbuig and RalUmnra nnd with either of th Fur Great Eastcra Liocs for NewTorV or Boston. Pastcngtrs by this n ute ive ndvaMsgp ct wide and jci"u cars, with greattr liaernli'y ci romw both in seals a.id in atJeJ tban can -e found oa any other Bai road is lbs West, sod ibc comfort afforded by Fute'i Fatcit Tutilttei Cin br Ity, And Foote's (latent ventilated slewing ears by night. Paaranzert from the Writ by the Ohio A Miss issippi RR..hAVf. the advantage or ibose b othr lines INTHE CHOICE OF SEATS AND BERTHS, from Cincinnati, tl ere are no chan ges of cars betwren Cioeinnati aad Clevelsaxi, Pittcborb or BtHsir Tiro daily thrush Express trsiB, (Sundays "Ex etpted,) ore Irani Sunday avtning. Ohio A Mississtpi time TEN minutes faster thaa St. Louis time. The pabbc are s respect f ully oautioaed against bills advertising other routes making caieker tima. ' Ask for tickets via Ofeio k Mifs4snPli R. R. For inf orsaation. aopl at UnOfiee. Ko. 3$, dinetly ea is comer of Fourt'i and Carsaat Sis , mdsr PlaaUr Hoass, u Lout-. T Looon. 14 s Ge&'iTlckat A-tni. A. J. FRANCIS, ATTORNEY AT LAW A NOTA'iY PUBLIC OSAWKEE. JEFFESONCQ. K... Will practice is all th CaurtsrtKlB lerrtto- jy. All business prouiptiy auenuiM iv. . ..r . -."! JLi i. 19-a-ss. y.. J.I.SPEER. . ATTORNET AND COTJNSEI.I.O'R1 AT LAW, lROCK GREEK-TOWNSHIP, fFisc milea wetfLof Oeawkec.. u Win att'eaa! jsoo.ptly to alfbueinew-elnlrustcd tahis.rare. , ., H i -3"JPdi i ?JiftUSftJlili) ' 3.?. .ITTIRSEI AMX Cin5SELLfR5AT LAW, OsJfcALOUSA. KANSAS. -. Office Kstth ,naW of the PwHic Sauaft", 'STj win attena to tne payment of ut'S tor non- jcsidenl5.aJia nu uw and 11 Umml i7.,m CollteUonsmti sde and promDtlv r.'mitted.1 tl JAMES L. CARTER, - DRliOS. BOOKS- S'TTIOirEBT. paifUMt! 6ttSs, Coaimm'rf ial Street, hetsreen Second A Third iVtHB UhMAJfOA BT-" HENRY BUCKMASTER. M. D., PhyiicUQ and' Surgeon, OSKALOSSi, KANSAS. Office South side of Public Square, adioinins CraWford Store. Residence in the stone dwelling house, Nortl Liberty street ljj.tf E R. PORTER, Dealer is Family Groceries ana Provisions. FLOUR, PORK, FRUIT,, 'PRESERVES, PICKLES, NUTS, COFFEE, PASTRIES, 'FISH, SUGAR, TEA,- C vNDLES. CONFECTIONERIES. &C. Keeps CMMIrtantlv on hand a fnll and u... tock of foda-hlchJie otters (or sale cheap for Lt?Plea$e call anil iiimiu h&m nn-t.. ing elffwheregJ , n. R. PORTER, Public Square, (east aide.) Osknlooaa, l Kansas FOR SALE 1 THE undersigned ofiris f..r sale, at reatunsMe nurrs. quarter section of Land, brantiful- y itaatea in one ox me oenporllcns o Kansa A good settlement (urroands it,-and two territo rial road- piss by it. There i no bctier upland on tha Tarntory. J03N' W. DAY. N "- SELECT SCHOOL rpnE ondercisncrl-would inform the cititrna of X ISkaloosa and vicinity, that too third term m his s-.'hool will open on ibe.2slh of Srpusjbcr ihqu. in Uuck s building on use eas: eiee ot the Public JNjuare. " RATES )F TUITieJSfts.- Orthophy, Rending. Writing nd Priatary Uwjyiiplii, Arithmetic aDd (J rammer, "v ucr month. $1.09 AU liiuh-jr br-.inch5. $1,85 ?i deduct ua will he mnrtp fr nlis'nce of pu pt!stjs"pt in case- of protracted sieknci or ly fppc'El conirart. U-iarili";; for pnpils from the countrv can t-. o'ltaii i"! by ntpiicutKn t ihc inJirs pu..J "o ab:eilr.rtarn hi I be ailtiiitu-d. 10-tf Y. C BARAES" - - I'rini.ipal. DR. F. T. SPEIS, Physician, OSKALOOSA. KANSAS. Tenders Ins profeseionul sen ics to the citizens Ol 0knlooa snd vicinity. OsHec Njrtb-wesl corner of Public Square. PAUL E. HAVENS, leaitf Clerk sf tbe Siitritt CsMrt for JEFFSAtiOXCOUXTr, A'AA'SAS REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE AND rOLLEl TION AGENT. OSRALOIWl, KSSS.IS. Will sttend prjmpily ti al' li-i.-ims entrus: to his rirr Espfial attention jsien tothrpavmnt "flax es rii.i i!k collrctinn nf claims fur non-rr.sMrnt. All business inquirii- prompttv answered. -tf - P E. HAVENS. JBTNA INSURANCE COMPANY MA HTKIK O, CO. N. eHAHTERED 1819. CoA Capital, 81.500,000. Cmsh Atstts. 82,000,000. F. (S. RIPLEV. IVest. F A ALEXANDER. Secy. J. i. IE..ETT, Gtieral Arent, CincinBati, Ohio. OSKAI.OOKA, K A Ma AM, 1S-II THE TJUIRIE FARMER, THE Twenty-First volume ol i.'.is o'd and popular Asricultursl piptr mnniei cvd 011 the first day 01 Jsiisai), I860. It will be (be aim ol llie putitibem in the fu ture a in lbepai, to malt apn.ir tl.at chall be tavorite u tlioFMniier.ttie ilorticultural 1st, and at ihe firteide. Tu eacii d p irtment c shall endeavor ton'sisi in improve unit and in strncliou.snd m:ik it a favorite with the roua er portion at tbe him circle, by so tr atmg f Sabjects thai a de.iie o mic ihorouhly undor stand.tbe Tacx sciti.co of fsrniiiij; fl.nll prevail, that tlie sailing may hf looked upon m it real ly is, tbe most healthful and independent one known. I he l-at of practical contributors will bemuch enforced another year: and no expense necessary tOM-ake 11 TRK AgiiMltunl ppir af the Weil will lie p4r.1i The puper w II eer bn fyund th working man'airieiid and advocate. Tare al tke Prairie Farmer for 1860. great Inducements! Oil Co y, on. juir . !. - .-$2 00 Tlirrtf Cojie-, one viar 5 00 S:x Coplc, one yi or and on to ageiit - 3 UJ Uno additional n);iy to he lub aen f r very v n Cipi'S hcr eu.' .'Fr eu-hiie f fifty piron" un-'inih' first 'ist"ol twrnty tubr-tii'O oi. nbuve lirtm, al r ttiU dtwe will give i, b und volumi. f Tl.c Praliie Fariilsr for the la.'t half of tb (irfent ytm. To tbe fir't six p.-r mi- who ill send u tuts if tiltv or n.orp iub-enbtr.- n the ul.ve unns, e wili:ic a cipy ot Weln.:er' ITiiatiridtd Dn lipimry (iitoual coninn) coaiafnmg Fif'fi'u iiuuOrti illuktratin-is. Frier ifs n tho Prairie Fan'ntr, juu can do niuc't t extend t'w uitfiuliii'U nd cuculauoii ot'TbFatraer -Will too try ill '"" VVe'will send sumpl copies ami prospectuaen free to any one wh" will try. to extend its' cireu lation. c 'Address ' EMERY A CO.. -u 11-tf 204 Lake street, Clucag i, IIL ,...THE,PRES&-- J.W. FOMTIY, liit rtd Prwrrktor. .MuUumtimt: Office, 417 Chestnut St., , PHll.AiwEl.PHIA.. ( Ttia lM!awing:rertie tarmsmf tba sevsral editions: , Daily Iasuaf tw rr annum, payable in advnncr. , p- - '"Z. ' Tw-WiaVtV-Isac--i uitbllrK.w-Tu.!. dnjs, Wednesdays. andSatuiday., a' 3 per adaaiiT,1t adiHliciv " ' WISELY Tails rn ''aimng General' New.-, Editorial, Mirk'ts.A' ., 'signed Tvry W'ednri d.w "' "" - i SlMSLl ContS, $2 00 pe annum, 'B. advance. aa "-SM ': .jQj-s-ik. -Fits - Tiat, - Il -4 tTl " Twewtt " 20 C'hen forwarded to one arMrr.?.) Tsrrn'y cofirs, orcvr, to addrssv of each sob rriNr, ftS BwtTr-J5!w?silWf THE GOOD TIME SO LONG TALKED OI" HAS COME AT LAST! THE (ubsciiber wislits to inform tha eilii'DS of 0kalooaa and the surrounding country, that he is now prepared to manufacture to order. all kind of too t a D mtm cheaper than ever oflVrtd west of tho Mimouri River. Mr. Kxaa, a well-known and practical workman, will be constantly on band to make and mend tor his old customer. Iu concIuiou I will say: Come north, come south; eosae at.t, coma west; For here's the place old soles can rrst: Come poor, come rich, come hardened sinner. And help along the new beginner. NORMaN MACUMBER. Osksloosa, Kansas, H.pt, 2tth, 1?J. 1 J-3ia FDD SALE OR to exchange for real estate tba new Kure ka Flouring and Saw Mills, at Oskaluose, Kausai. For rarticulara inquire of J. C. BURNETT. Oskaloosa, KaasM. tf. TIE- GREAT EASTEfiX HA8 ARRITIB! Otkalaeta against tha WerMl GREAT KKDCCTION IK PRICE OP QOOSS! STEWART 6 CRABB'S HAVE iusl received a large stock, of Staple and Fsncy Dry Goodn, consisting f all the various articles untially krpt in -atem retail Stores. Onntry produce taken in exehanga for goods. Ladies and Gentlemen, call at the People's Store. South-east corner of Public Square. i-tf Oskaloosa, Kansas. To Sell or Bent. AIIOUSS aad lot, house one and a half storv high.rfcfWToesas below and one above. lot well fenced, and-lersvted in a pleasant part of tow n. or panicuTsrfleaairVa! this oflice. 'OSiltOOA AHEAD! NEW STeVE STORE tm SHOT, (North aide of Public Square, W. I. YHITSETT, Proprietor. THE (ubscrior keens conbtantlv nr. hand a good assortment ot the best varieties of OOOS STOVES, Among which may be named Gitea P. Filler's well known and universally celebrated CHARTER OAK, which haa anextensireaale wbcreTerimrodueed. because.it is so well adapted to the wants of tba people. Also, tho Y&LLET F0RGE ind FLT.HBCT0 ROCK, which, for simplicity of srrancrment, saving ol tuei.atM "upenontv ot operation. Stand Unequalled. I also have constantly en hand a good srt mtntol , TIJ! WArTE; of my nivn manuf&cture.all of which N warrant- "PERFECT SATISFACTION. I am prepared in every particular to execute JOB WORK OF ALL KINDS with neatnfss and dispatch, and as cheap es any honse in Kansas, those in the river towns nut ex cepted. I hope bv strict attention to business and an Bccommndfltine spirit, to merit a liberal tharr of nnhiie r-'Ma- W. H. WUITssETT. Oskaloosn Kaa.,uly WX. XTANB. s. n. ncrsatasu. EVANS H MCFARLAfsD, CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS, (Shop on South-east corner of Public Square.) OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. ARE prepnrrd to fill ordrrs for all kinds o wofkin their Sine in thebest style. EbT Contracts for tbe creriion of buiis'ine ken oh satitfnciory terms-agf l-i sixl iriuiiia. assL w. srALDiso. AZEL SPALDING L SON. 1TTOR.WS 1X0 COUNSELLORS IT LAW, GRASSHOPPER PilIir.St JEFFERSON CO., KANSAS. WILL practice in the Courts of - Ji-ffi-rMin Jseksnnand Atehison Counties and ir. the Suprem Court f the Territory. ISf Especial attention given to collection' assuring in Northern Karsas. 4 8:n NEW FIRM AND NEW G00DS1 MARSHALL 8. CRAWFORD, OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. DKALUt IV ' DRY GOODS, 6R0GERIES. HARDWARE, NAILS, BOOTS AND SHOES HATS AND CAPS, YANKEE NOTIONS, Jl.iVELRV, nd in fset everything usually kept la a country store. We would call particular atunuon to our ateck of Shop made Hoots and Shoes, which we can sell at from fifteen to twenty fiVH per cest cheaper tbaa any otlit-t kous in Jafti'rson 0. Country Produce taken in .shausj fof god. Don't forget the place,' South side Paik. 8 BUTTON HOUSE OSKALOOSA, K,T., M. .R BUTTON, Proprietor., Bf W raetasly, fitted up. aad furnuhed the above new bouse, which is plu'antly located at the flourishing, &QUITT; SEAT of Jsffersoa Coaaty.ts bow ready to aeeomodate tbe (raveling poblie. Nv' PAINS WILL BE SPARED 'n reader sstisfaotlon to ail who aaay favor hiss vriU;i.ll;eod eadearuriag to keep no ( the motto of tTv'-tfKi? AND 1ST LIVE" Tlit proprietor Lopes to tosrit a liberal palmesg V . ? , jOOOD STABLtXO and a earsfal rsaa .tLWATa on hand to attend tbe Office of tfc? Kansas Stage Co. at this honse, Hr Ri Dattoa,Aawci. Stiges arrive and de part dally, connecting with linca to. ail aeiaU EtpVew. North acl Setifh. MOORE fcMCCLELLAH, 08KAL00SA. KANSAS. 'oeaIsrs nr STAPLEfeFANCYDRYGOODS CI6ICE FAMILY GROCERIES, READY MADS CLOTHING. HATS AND CAPS BOOTS AND SHOES. HARDWARE. CUTLERY, GLASSWARE, ' QUEENS WARE. ' TOBACCO, "'" DRUGS; PATENT MEDICINES, 0IT.S. DTES, WINDOW GLASS. Fancy Goods; 'Yankee Notions,' look Stationery. & nnd all other ariiclcs usually sold by Country Merchnnts. EfFhe' greatest care and attention his been fXertedin the selection 'of the, above, stuck., end all the goods will be found of J he best qualify and sold on the most reasonable term. ,. Clean Linen, and Cotton Raft and all other kinds of Produce taken in exchange for goods.1 JOHH W. MAUI , SDRTETIR llfB CIT1L' MCISEERr OSKaIoOSA. KANSAS. rpHE -T.clprsigiieJ takta pleasure in annouueing A. tu his friends, and the.public generally,' that he is ii pared to do snrvevine ou sbnrt notice. and at rraeonab'e fees, l'croonn mihihfiarf ey; in.r done w ill nleaaa sive me a call. ' i . . . . .i-.- July Iilb, 2-3m J0II.TN. nAf.L. G. B. CARSON DEALER' IS1 STAPLE ft FANCY DRY" GOODS, BKUUtRifca boots ahd mms, HATS A CAPS. HARDWARE, tie. KEEPS constantly oa land a welj tecw stock or goods lor sale a t fair living arofi,' Sri'v ...' - -. B. CAKbOJL W"s of Public Square. Oskaloosa. Kiwi. JIj , t iiJo ivia jJjinrjJ 9f DEPUTY COUNTY CLERK. vmmvAwcm, REAL ESTATE ASB CILLECTWS A6E1T, ornce ndi'iimnz the Duttcn House, Oskaloosa efiVrson C.unty KnT. . Will psy Tara.Ifaoarnks coLtpTlnii and attfnd 'oany btuinea.taat.nonreiident.tny,L wih in Jn"iri-;ii..C'upty.'a54 5-rUern Kana,J aii ou'inesi rsiruitrii to rBy,cire-. will receive prompt atient'nn n Tra?..nMe term', COUNTY3 SCRIP alwsys'iia hand'fotMle at urreat rates. ' J .tf - - . J. IL BENNET,., ATTORNEY AT LA W, Ceacral and Ileal Estate Agesst, S UKA.SSHOI'PER FALLS. (Oflice iaAePjst Oflke, HQTART POBLIAKn-COIVKTAICXa, Commissioier Ut Ohio.- OUci lions made ; uvrs pnM. Practical Sar ey r. Uuun-as tmroutd to aitnntcil to promptly. my care wilt be -" J.-H BENNET. P. E. HAVENS. JUSTICE..OF TIE PEACE, (District Clerk'a Office) ' ' OaiCALOOSA, KAA'VtS. STEAM FLOURING MILLSI EUREir A (f: L LS, OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, T'HE above n. w and c-matoiVaai establish X msut .a now in couiplote running order; and j tbe ubsvnoarr prepared to 00 cuilota wv'K Hi S ta'isfaciory nanncr. j AifachcS to the above mills ' a Steam Saw Mtll,thprt all kinJs'oflumlicr can be obtained, at reasonable rati. Order for lumber fillrvL on short 'not ice. t3""Sa wing done in good sfyio at re-i-onablr prices. S-tf. J. C, BURNETT. HOWARD ASSOCIATION, PHILADELPIA. A Renrvo'ent Institution ratabluhrd bv-tpcclal E-idowtnnt, for the relief of the Sick aad I)ilrrifd.MflliolfJith Virulent and EjuWrm ic Diseas, and especially for tlie ,curt ui.'Di ears ol the sexii il tlrgins. M KUICAL A11VIUK given g'-'t's, by tBe Acting SnrM'.n. to all wboirplv by lettfr, witu a dsacription ol thtir wmr ton. (ae, ucrn pation, habits of life. tc ,) nnd in ca- 01 ex trrme poverty, Medieim s furnished free nf qf ar;c Valuable rvpurfs in Sprrmitoriliflsa, and ot1 'rdiwiiMi ot the Scxml Org-irs. had ' (i 'be Ni-w RimHies employed in the Dipnry,?. ut to the afflicted in sral'd letter envelope, free of cha'C Two or three stamp fur paittgn wil ba neceptable. AJdms, DR. J. SKU.LIX nOCCnTON. Ac ting Sargnn. Howard Arsocistiin. No. S South ninth street, HiilmUlphia. Pa. Bv order of the d irsctors: EZRA D. HEART ELU IWi. lOly " GEO. AlKCIIILlV Sectatary., T. rataaout. w.1 a raiaaoui I.V.FAIRH0LM&C0..; VI fcx ,1 rsT AWfk v SUTw t If ANUFACTURERS OF PLOWS, -lt OSKALOOSA1, KANSAS:-' "-' r , :-jr- 1 ' i " 1 i --! This firm hating recently opened businessip, the IrtYn-e sfoiie sfiop'on tlie Nbfih" side of Jeflrr- syn .Street, (Ksst ui tbe Pub'.tc Square,) would resprctfullv anneeace'to tho citisen of O-kaloo sa and vicinity, that they are now prepared to do in finlaf ALL KINDS QF.BXaCKSMITING. on short notice and reasonable terms. , We hold onraclvesiii readiness, to mtnufscture every description of BREAKING, FALLOW AND CORN PLOWS, which we will warrant to run well and scour zyjyYsoiL.r . ' Particular attention paid to ironingK r WAC.'vgf CARJIAlCajc SSUSMilES in the most approved and workmanlike manner' I V. FaiBBOLM. having devote4 several tears in the busiwes. witl Paint' and Trias Csrn-jrs fof eiitotni'inthe neateUafld bt'.tJ,le, ' A librra) share of autli; pthfla't:ar siiHcitud -tf. t V. 1'AIRHOI M CO. r, .OF THE INDEPENDENT. es- The Independent Is published everjrHveea-, in 0kaloasa, Jefferson County, Kansas, and is devoted to Literature, .Arte and' Sciences, LOCAL' ANV GENERAL NEWS, ' Agriculture. Horticulture & Markets,- i i i .- it. and all features, .necessary to make it a,Tsiiitab!e.ahd desirable paper for .'.THE HOME CIRCLE-- lit Ierca'iiBt,a'Xteluir, tid FtrstK As itsnanie iudicates, it will be independent on all subject,1 (not neutral,)-and in all respects up with the times 'tf live paper fearlessly fojloingr-wiiertv Truths shall 'lead thesyi careluraTlolheM' . rjgbis, firn)lyinni8taining.itsiown.L & J ' In conducting ihU enterprise, the proprietor brings to his aid the val uable knowledgeacfiu'ired,,inTen Years 'Expeiieuce as if n" 'Editor and Publisher, ' arid knowingc? stjcr word ai fail, he fecjs confident of buccess, and hopM'tolneera kind nnd welcome reception among new acquaintances anuiuiure jrienctf. s Until therundenigned'arrirB?f hislunireilioinerio.nijtk.ercirjeiol tnconiccy me upsmcsaMuitcai m iei ests of tiic.paJTer sltBeronduct ed by John AVD Y, Esq., Oskaloosa, Kansas to wluun applications should B'e-maile or letters addressed.. J. W. ROBERlS, Proprietor. 1 -A.TTE.'S " . t Ague Onre, I roa the mT eras .or . f.l..lll VVwM W " Mil S' S II I ajtrcsaucn m cvvjf ui cvin ww jaaf Reasitteat Fever Chill 'Fever, Dasab Agae, Periodical Headache, or Bilioas Headache, aad Bilioas Ferrers, Indeed for the whole class of diseases origi ' atiag-'iawillary dcraageaieat, eaaseaT ' by the' Materia af JBlsiesaatic ceaiatries; , ,No one.rexncdy is louder called for' bj the, necessities of the" American people than a sure and safe cure for Fever and "Ague. Such we are now enabled' to offer, with a perfect certainty that it will eradicate .tha dtsesas, and with assurance, founded oa proof, that ao harm can arias from its use in sot qusa ftitr. That which protects from or prevents this disorder must be of immense service in the communities where it prevails. Pretention is better than cure, lor the patient escapes tha risk which he must run in violent attacks of this baleful distemper. Thia MCtras" expels the raiaiatic,pokon of Favza jd Aoub from ths system and prevents the develop ment of the disease, if taken on the first ap proach of its premonitory symptoms. It i not only the best remedy ever yet discovered fcr thw class of coBsnlaiats. but also tha' I cheapen:. The largo quantity we supply fcr aa )nilskw liMnos at rwstrttn TPism. saaisBsr T MamMPaaw jutrusa viuiga a uiv ini.a va vM body; and in bilious- districts, where Fim asd aoub prevails rt :ry oouy enouia nave tt and ue it freely Loth for cure and protection. It. is hoped this price will place it within tha reach of all tlpoor ai well as the rich. A great sxaxrinrity. of' this rcaacdy over say otner evcrrtiscoyerca tor tne speoaj-ana cer tain cure of Intermittcnts is, that 'it contauis no Quinine or mineral, consequently it pro duces no quinism or' other injurious effects whatever upon ,tfce canst if ution. loose curea by it are left aslicalthy as if tacT-hadicevsr ,had the disease. 1 K " 3r; - . Fever and Agueis not a!one.ths psjiaf fiueact of the miasmatic poison. A. AJSatj variety of tlisordcrt atue fromiuirritatioB,'aasaBgwrikh are Neuralgia, Rheumatism. 'GoaV'Beadachat BlindncKToothache, Earache, Cataarh, Asth ma, FalpitatiQa, Painful Alsctiam of the Solii, Hysterica, Paia in tha Bowels, Colie, Paralysis, and Derangement of the- Stomach, all of which, when orajtnating- in tads castas, put on tho intermittent type, or bseasrn period ical. Ths "Ctnta" expels the poison from the Wood, and consequently cures them all alike It is an invaluable protection to immi grarts and persons travelling or temporarily zeiu'ling in the malarious districts. If taksa occasionally or daily while exposed to the ia fection. that will be excreted sram tha arstaat, .and cannot accumulate in sufficient quantity to npen into d-case. lience it is even more valuable for protection than care, and law will ever suffer from Intcnnittents, if they avail themselves of the protectfoev this .icaaadj af fords. Ayer's Cathartic Pills, m ALL THE rlffiNSES Of A FMNIY HITS are so composed that disease within the rasas ef their action can rarely withstand or evade tneaa. Tiicir penetrating properties search, aad sleaaat, aad invigorate every portion of the rmnwra esgaav ism, correcting its diseased action, aad restoring; its healthy vitalitie. As a eanscaaeaee of these properties, the invalid who is bowed down with pain or physical debility is astonished to find his health or energy restored by a remedy at ones so simple and inviting. , Kot only lo they cure the cvery-day eemehtinta af every body, but also many fcrsaidable aad dangerous diseases. The ageat below named is pleased to furnish gratis my American Alatanae, eeataining certiiicates of their cores and directions fer their use in the following complaiats: Casts mm, Ileartbum,IItaJaeintTianofrtmditortlerml Stnaeh,Sauia,InJigestioH,PuHiemdMeriid insWi'on efth Boweit, Flatulency, Lota ofAff tit. Jaundice, and other kindred eomphunta, arising from a low state of the body or obstroctiea of its functions. They are an excellent alteratrtw aar. the renovation of the blood and the restara- tioa of tone aad strength to the svstaa deksitated y Ayer's Cherry Pectoial,, TA . aw" . T- - ft vim rrfWK A CwWh. Cewit, rafwwaxa, Hi uv j Creaip, Brwaehitis, Iaeipieat Z tia, aaa liar th reUef f C rratieato Isi ssarvaea stafsa " tM .diseaae.-.- So wide k tha field ef its aaeroua are the. cases ef ks very section of country abounds in persons pah- SWiy Knew v, wsio nm c ocvn bcsijurw uh aad even desperate diseases of th haMt by ito aa. Wheal one triei i superiority over ever ther mediciae ef ks kind ta too appelant to eseaa hservatiea. aad where its virtuaa are known, thsf puklie no longer hesitate what antidote to easatoy I far the disirestiag aad dangerous aaeetiea ef the aahnrrnary argaaa that are tadaeat to ear risaiste While many inferior reaaedias thrast aaea tha eesamunityave nulet and'bs darded, this ha gained friends by every trial, eeedemd bcies a the aOkted they eaa aever fefgit. and at. daced cars to aasaerecs aad to iwsikiass as befcrgoueaii' MXTARES BT J. C,,4Yl4avC. LOWELL, MASS. fr r w - . F r T T fV k i FiRMof two ar threw Jl red aerea, with riMSweasI isjca',a;pTacv casA.'sisM, al .aisvasssala price, will pkasa call aw U. . Dasaaawat Dauys Hisar. Qakalosw.T-T IUr , if r- -a NORTH-MKSOURr 1,. 4 ,JWAft;GUAfiE RAILROAD. - (only:' all. luif.iioura.r" If.attwWnLiYUA xi g-crsjf aatnaar fot) it. smi s soiaewa ft fiasTLiuksY a'OMdf Maft a saw Biles of O-kaloom. . Aot aarsosi daatl JTruE sfc.strrtaad Wtrsaitwasw tsivLwass. JL L-oisviHe..)Itaiiiavesa Ciaeitiaasi. Mas phi,.Nahin,aa aM-Bawtfrsi aad SasakatmS CM, PAnsm,: Udid 9k? llm sill as A by tbHaoiubaTA-SuJiaaass aivscaatasdaaa) nrci at Hudson whb tba North Msaasajri, aaasW in the ran in1 If bout, afevdaatxajMi slaas 'tSWPf? limxi - , m j; . t JnJ-' st lTaT,ia.HsVM Til -as: thaewniMeiiflsi :l3!vt7SR AT' avail trains rtVi- - watt itWjiilsai wf ihoH. c Jo.T.ain?..t4Hsiawlde- K.n n rxiiru iHUISHS WW laurs to BarahMo- tiewetawvllaa aoari.and eas n-w sJt- navtwar. sat Wad other rorids to exchange j sal1 llsjsfls f" I ill rt it route, where-tMtry kalsaoat . aaaiasla at this ran or the raarr ""-' "W"" tl BA60AGE CHKCMsTTIHtOUGU and handled. eaiefiillv.jaS' Tickets for sIe at tkw afSca tka n. a at. Jo. K- U. at St. Jowafc-' WM.'E. WliSr70eeraf ! LIOX. ibtat. Icset'Assat, St. - U,yfHMlCfi Aaaari skSssVaastiki i Aiiga.aBMsvis.a u to jsyL U j:. r f -yci-s " ? par S aiwws"iwir auvrvjB KISER 4 INSLEY, rrttriHm. Corner of Siia wwraqsad tfith Stiwtsv -- LEA VENWORTIICITKkANSAS Ptgs Leavo this h Juee, daily, and a Fr IW'i ' ba, run from lb Hu'um to tha Bouts. ss. Fever and Ague, from which nuakSad saCtr avar a lasga fart af the globe, is tha isaneii 11 af a slaeaaad aesiasi fa tha system. ladaead by she psliaaias ssaassa af vegetable dseav. This ethtiatfasi te-evatved by the action af aslar heat est wetaait aad alsas with the watery va'por froca it, 'Whtle om aaa la tele the horiaon this vapor Ihtgers aaar tho tatthlssar-. face, and Ae Tiros is taken with k, tanassgh h lungs inbs the blood. There karsssasattissatac poison on the internal viscera aad exerstiac ataass of the body. The liver beeotasa torpid aacsauala secrete not onlv this virus, but also the aile sVesa the blood. Both the Tima aad tasbiUaeeaatalase in the eirenlaiassC aad atodaca tialsatTcoasUla tional disorder. "The tplsenCThe'Usawys.aitdtaa stoeMcn-ssstpVMstjwmn'sa awer; t aisoraerca, 1 red. also. Finally, the. atatiactaf as erf ;aif in aa attrmpt' to erpr-sW Usalisal a, eaaeeatratas tfce.wasle bleed af tha atdr infusion, in tha internal anesetories to fcrea out. Thoblood-lavestheafsiarasaaa.a the-ttrfaas.witt seajtfsw vialasaa tjMmi istaet;niu uuiinuusuiNrtuiaua. isnm Fbtbb feUowa, hi which the Wood leaves tho eaa tral organs and rushes to the ansae, aa if at another effbrtto expel sheirritassag psassa through that other gre.it excretory tha skin. la tins also it fails, aad the systssa aaaadewatteaMssaft exhausted, aad waiu for the tacisrery af atriagaa to repeat the hopeless aanrt another day. Tats are the fits or paroxysms of Psvn axs Aaca. Such eoastitutional disorder will of saorse aader mine the health if it is not removed: " We' hare lahotad to lad, and axve Ssaad, aa antidote, Ayer's Ague Cure, lwuiea naturalises iota mawnssas. rwssnw at' taw brood,' and asiiaulates the liver' to sspst k from She" body. As it saowld, so it dsassv lata aSsianasT disorder with perrect certainty ,And It does ntenv or rather does what Is ef mere rric to tksas aaa jeet to this, infection. If taken in aaasaa il aaaaial it from the system aa it ia absorbed, aad Ska keesw. ,x those who 'aswit free from its aUashafl system in health although exposed to the assaaar. Consequently it not only etsres, but araaartosraa. the nreat variety of affsstiaSs 1 by this malignant lirfluenc. stsch rerer. caai i-eter. -jsomoi 'or' J Pcrioineal Headtehor BUioas Ifsadache. 1 re vers, jieuraigia;-nneuiniuaui, uoar, mm Toothache, .Earache, Catarrh. Asthaaai tion. Piiafat AfectioTia of the' Spleen. Mt CoUc, Paralysis., and -Pajaat. I th itiais M aaa Stomacn and Dowols. all of which, when 1 from this cause, will be fimad to 1 lea the intermittent type. This M Aa Cvaa reaiovss the cause of these aVaawateaaa, east eataa the disease. This it aeeomluhes by stinralattag the hu it aseomplunes cy sunraiattag tM saare m to expel the.vinvs frasa ta sytai ias4 e organs by degrees feeeeaa hahttos to saHhai r office of their own aacatsV.' Hsaas assess what ermoccfa'asatetiM.,Tiaesaayaasssadsssi Sha e end. but often life Is net leaf esssafh, St a iScad in the attemot. while thai AjaaaaCtwar tonos thesei their c w term - -? same end. but oftoa life 'is net leaf Ssssafh, at BV dies it at mc aad with saratr. wo! reaion to believe this b a surer aa wal aa aaav, Tcmcdy for the whole class' af diseases wlslah eaj caused by the sataamatic mfeetiea, Shaa . say asas,, which has been discovered; andkaaaetSaBwsaau hnportant advantage to'theskwVwsslshiBShea.. k ueheapas well aa good. , . - i " , raaraaaa.n . DR. J. C. AXEBmt &'.CQs LOWELL, XAII. y:ca Osa Dolub ruaWrnsv ' Ayer's Cherry Pectoral has woa fer itself each a teeewa far the ear af every vsrierr of Throat and Laag Casatlssat, .shaa, It is entirely tmnecesaaty fcr a to twessast sbt evideae of its virtue, wherever k haa aaaaeaa-' ploved. As- it ha Umg seen .to" Ayer's Catiiartic PiU, Foa CeaTTvasrass; Fox thk Ccaa Drra9u;. Foa Javrateatt roa Taa cuu ar 1 FoaHaasa Faa Taa Ccaa a Di Foa a Foes, eVroaussti- rest m si. iok-an(t ftnag taasa .all Koadaoat'ei-t. LoasjutswMH-BJei . S-.uiV Uy takiug tha Xartit. Miss istl j Pt tbrougbont tnu secuoav we aeea aaa aw asas aassa assure the people its quality iakeaiwp to wMhsst it ever has been, aad that k assy swrwBsi do for dicir reKef aB k haa ever bean asanas ts d. Fob.tbb Ccaa os gaisiiasas; - FaTax Ftua; js.u . - Foa Taa Ccaa sIOsitbA3 zi ' " FeavaiekssofTueaCsaBnan;''-'' . Foit Taa Ccaa Xansaauitartc a - -" Fea.Dasmaaaa orTaai Saar: Fern tub Cea ev.LmssvCsnnaart; .1 Foa Daorsv; Foa Taa Cvaa r TtTra, Ttstoaj ass tixf Bimr " " Foa Woasss: FoavTam Ccaa 0wVrr FoavA swiraa Fatt; ( Foa ttb Cvaa svaarauau ; , Fam.FBaafiswwBifcaiasjT t Tkeyareaagacasatd,athatthasat ssbsbV tive can' Uh sheas alaaaaatsV. aad asJag aajsahy TegeUbte, a haras aaa arise avtotawkawsiasaf .quantity. -- -- glisalcaafa;llllwaiaa?aMa asaasssssssas JT-- -- Great saai.LTtefOii,jtois.ryasswasfistoa- ea, and eminent avreaaiagea, has aaat ShasTjs naaies to certu theaapsraBssdasasa toetaoaVftswSTawAasiai asRCSjfiK' iaaTaakwrAisltawAAaUiUiisseha aregrrea; wish asatMasalssaaf la.aafis ccmTisssaas, aast ah awsasaaataaat saaaafwsaaV 1 lewed for their saa. ...,. .i" Dotftt aeaaaeaTswaaaadsadtwsalsakaaih ther prrparadewa they aaah,.sar SjafA jk Demand Avxa's, aad tab a aaWeav TltoSlsh aat thebest aid there is ejr1saaB4BhrySaBwa hat: it. -v i.r,Tf - " Tt-',' i - mu our jicsaswBSSi ssr mm wmm wj - -- - IMU . IertllA5, tlFaii. , OtlteloQ, Jtferre C., Jaaafif .11 si