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r , I! THE 'INDEPENDENT: CtikCbftj, MnSAs; NOVEMBER 14,1 i8G0. 'I !U V .-N i :i .IX" 15- ii, StfAJ -e's i h Ai)3ffiB.TISE5iENTS W if i . PORTED fi Dealer in Family Groceries and Provisions, FLOOR, , . .' FRCIT, - - '."., Mm . atf ,.iv -' FISH. J -fc r a PICKLES. 1 9& " T ' - CIT1 A 1. ri; t. . - . ". ' 'ft' " r . nui'i TEA, COFFEE, IZtzrir 9" 1 f I Ti. !- CANDLES, PASTRIES, CONFECTIONAKIES. &C. ' Keens eonstentlv on ham) a full ami complete etsek f (oada which he offers ior sate cheap Tor casn.- BTPlease call aad examine tcrore ptirchas ic alaewhere. g1 ..-.? r H. R. PORTER, Public 8nare,(astHdr.) Oekaloosa, ' -tf Kansas Vj. h. benxet. ' ATTOBXlSr AT LA IT. Gsmerat aad. Meal Estate Agent, GKA3SH0ITER FALLS. (Office is the, Pjst Office,) TOT ART PtJBUCAKD CONVEYANCER, , Cmiiiir for flhio. Collections made; taxes paid. Practical Sur ' vey r. Bsjrin.as entrusted to my care will be attented lo promptly. M-il J. H. BESNET. .lEiiia K Vt- t ,deput county clerk, eONVIYAtiOIH, ' Ullf E8TATE AM CMIECTHG AGENT, Offic adjoining the Dutlon Hou-e, Oskaloosa sfsrson County kscsa. v Will rTTAXE8,eIl LHDS.iake collections, and Head to any bnsinew that nonresidents may wish in Jefferson County, and Northern Kna, AJl-aaioeM entrusted to my care will receive . 9mm -Mention on reasonable, terns. 'COUNTY SCRIP alwayfon has for sale at V rrnt jates. - TPtSS 3K-- c 4 ! r 4 f -m -viiftWAPI. ASSORT AT U. ';M ;,v i -U-a iuuuv"i.x-M PHILADELHA. .-a i A -Benevolent Institution eatablUlitdby rpecial c- ' JCndowient, for the reliet of the Sick and - e OiarrrMrd. afi9ieted with Virulf nt an J Epidcm . t ic Dneaae. and especially lor fiic cure, of I)i i .aMofiheSru! Organ. MF.D1CAL ADVICE Riven gratis by the Artinp Surgeon, lo all who ply by letter, --with a daacription of tlitif condi ion, (age, ocru - TMinn. fatbits of life.&c J and in cairs o! ex- W im pe-ny, Medieim furnished free of fitarge "u? Vlnat,! rrn-.na i'n Snerrmtorrbtea, audotb- wrrdinMi -. the Sexual Orc'E. and on the New Rftnc-irB employed in the PUpensjry.-riil ' to the aCictrd in ral d letter envelope., free ol -harte. Two or three atamps Ur poetge v. ill be aceeittanh. A.ldri. DR. J. SKILLLV nOL'CnTON. Ac tinjt Saegeiii. Howard Afgneitti n. No. 2 South ninth treet, Philadelphia. Pj Hr order or thr j! . v t ii in' inTm'i.t, i.'t director. EZR II. HEARTWKLU re,'t. 10 ly GEO. AIRCHILD, Sal c!n,y ...STEAM JL0UR1NG MILLS! EUBERA MILLS, - OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, THE l..ve n w aud cinitnodioai e.tabli-sh-meut ia now in complete running order: tn 1 ktuaseriberi prepared to do custom work in a Mtiafaetory manner. to Attached t the above m"lla is a Steam Saw - till, where all kin lo of lumltcr can bo obtained iatTeable ratr. Order for lumber filled on short notice. TSawing done ta good dyle at a.nabU prion1. t-tf. J. C. BURNETT. -. ,T- Al"OLK VT. S FAIBDOLM 7L-Y.FAIBH01M&C0.. lyBetsuTiVrf AND Manufacturers of plows, OSKALCVISA, KANSAS. . js. -T-UTirm hTns; reeentlv opcnrd bu'inr-ss in n tha larm: atone sIioti on the North side of Jelier- '' son Strrtt,(Katot tlie Public Siuare.) would " respsctfuhr announce to the citizens nf O kaloo ,' a anl viiiuiiy, that they are now p-eparcd to do lo order ALL KINDS OF BLACKSM1TING Oon hrt Kottce and reasonable terms. ""VeTiold ouracle ii readiness to manufacture every docripi ion of BBEAKlAU, FALLOW AND CORN PLOWS, which we will warrant to run sstll and ISlOjQscbcTfc ix j xr soil. -, . (Particular at'eolioo paid to ironing .. Wi(i0.s, CAKRIAUES & :in th ruo appnved and wnrkixanlike manner " 1 T Faibuolm. basin? di vote I seeral cars " te tlat bifiotys. will Paint ant Trim Carriages eti! for ciwtoiners in the ncatctl and beet stj Ie. " A liberal shareof pnbli- nnu iage i- wilicitcJ. '" '-If ' 1 V. r AIUIIUL.JI CO, 8lilU V.VlPlJ iBOORE tb MCCLELLAN. OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. DEALERS IN STAPLE&FANTYDRYGOODS jCMICE FAULT CRICERIES, HEADY; MADE CLOTHING. , '- HATS AND CAPS, BOOTS AND. SHOES. -'- HARDWARE, . .i.twT;cuTtERY.; - 3 ci. z : OL A6SW A RE, QUEENSWARE, TOBACCO, DIUCSPATEHT MEDICINES, ,'OILSlTESpvlNliov-.i..srt, Fer Ctoeia, Tsakae Katituu. Books, ""- Bttioerr. -tec. -.-.aad. all, other ariicles uauaLy fold by Country 1as-r1lfL " .-TTreefare and attrntion has len fria thcselectioB of the above stock, and 1ll1lta'eiO-wiUha found ofihe !t quality "t? iflieHiMitreaaonal.leter-i. ;J7iT,T7 nj cwton Rs ahd all other nj- afPrWuM take it exchange for gocxlr. HH M. HAUr 'wiwwn. isi.ciriL evgixeer, OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. rilHE andftil UkesfJeaswrein onf'nS I to his friend, and the public generally, that , J!sJ i spare4 iotl4 surveyii pd at r.acnable fees. I en ""iait duoe Will plnae give mo tinz en -lion nonce, 'crsous wishing surie;- 11)6 a call. C GUEAT EASTEKN ROUTE VIA OHIO k MISSISSIPPI BROAD GUAGE RAILROAD Making Hie quickest lime from St. Louis to Cincuiuail, Lou sville. Nariiville and all Ea-tcrn Cittr-! New York. 42 hours Pitl.hurg, 2 1 hour Huston, -1 hour'. Wheeling, JOKl'Ours. l'lul.idrliilin.r.SIiouri. ClttdaiMl. 19 "houii. HultiJiore.SC liouis. lluiTi.o. 20 hours. Washinston,r,75 hours. Louisiille, 111 hours. Ka-hwlic, 20 Lour. From St. Louis to Cincinnati without ciok or cabs From Cinrinnti to Cleveland, I itts burgor Bcllair, without change of tars BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH. The II & St. Joe 11. R., and Keokuk packet, the North Missouri, and the Ohio A MUs-sWi R R.'Smike cloo nnd icliable cninectioiH t Cincinnati, without omr.ibm ride, w itli the faior ite Roads of the Wc-L . , The Little Miami A Colinmhus A enia, and Cincinnati. Hamiltot A Dayton Rail-Loads for Dayton and ColUmbus WiA the Cleveland Coilumbus ami Cinriunati RU, for Clew-land RufikloA iast.ni Ealla. Tb? P.tt.burp Colin.,, bus A Ciucinnntt, and F..rt. ay.io A tn.caco K i r .. i. ,,.!,. l, nml Viiiladelrhu. Hie Lrf n- Ik. IKJl -"(." . , .'. . . - A 1..?, rtrt ihsr4SfiSvt:?i: comfort affotded ly - ,. Footc's Patent Ttntilalcd Cars bj Daj, "j v...f-.lent Tcntllatcd ilttyi.i- curs by B,&an.f from the West by the Ohio A M, . VaT,"'-1Yra,. the advantace over thtec .-angers irom me - -: 1 1J have the auvanl ll.;"I'-;viaJR r.HOICE '?L,pl'-";;- TIIE CHOICE OF SEATS AND other lines IN Tilt '; rAI1.han. ?7.: , . r-i.inTniti r. tl ere arenocnan orcbeen'clnc.nnati and ClocUnd, L.i unrl ClfAtljnJ- I lClt IS t3V. ' I WMiiPe"?'"Hl I'jttsburn or r !'"' i'iithiif.-nor Diiwu . .-.i r. i than St. UuU t.u e. The publ carearepectfu ly cauUoned agatat bill. ndertis.nS other routes malin" auckcr time. .,,.-- - JUkTfor tickets Ma Ohio A Mi-iwpi K. i.:r ..;.. annlt at ttie Ofiiee, No. 2a. dirtly on th; coricrof Fo-artl, and Co.snut its , under Planter. Houe, M. i.ori TLOGGIl, Gea'iTlckat-As.nt. i. Utf. ATLANTIC MONTHLY. riULLIPS, SAMPSON & CO'S.. NEW MAGAZINE. DEVOTED TO , ,:- Illcrature, Art and rolilit?.1- ' ITS AIM WILL HE F.x-In Wtcratre;tolvci,oproilrcunr;p- articles of a. .Mtatt .h I.era ne U-Iue. 1 1 II m .i. a .!!. ....ri Milliliter Kilt VH ato IM louuu luai u "-"- . . -- r N.,mt,ic. llialllic ueaiui, u-i- -,,., varimn lomia ' -" tntanJ Humor, will noi P """'-" ,,.' lp"reeirttne.reomn,and,.. ou're In tbls a t!ie hojK! to inaLo Li-ir i tri Jaiwde.a wWer the En;l.-b tongue Is "..LfSlL. t-rmAwrCci intend to IncM-c the whofe domain ofarthitlee, '1'e C.,lj lo maVo ttriaenUcal JTV'tt'l'rurt-Jcl e, rcprcsci.taUoof Art, lu a 1 ;""t 'lil' or' witliantan regard to prejudice of wIntMil.or. TiuaD-iu Politics, the Atlantic will bf the oan ofn" wrlr or ilique, but i honestly --ri'leuvor l.R the American idea. It will deal franLIy Willi persors and with pirtic, c icepln lcw that moral rlcii - i -.. r niuiVk in Miioi.t h.cSitranccuu$ n i .,.L -..! Thlr!l slOalC 1U lCS c bam of a true au-l u-m s ''a"?'J a iZAr i'?, :ii- siis of a true ami u"i ? '"""'i ,'.,.. i,. n ill not raiV Itself with an ettf A.snc, b.,t .t.i 'atbodvor uen which is in faiorof rwedom, t Njtionaf l"rcTe. and Honor, public urpmaie. .s.ancarne.tof tliemi.icni.i-i. ..... v........ .... thev subjoin a I si of lilrrary in-rons li.ien.te.1 In their enterprise; wulnns it, Uoweser, lobe di.llnet- nnderVZo.thatlhey ri..U Ih. for the MMHirt ofeven kind of ability whlclide.!rcs tic aseiiucof Xeir columns a"'l ' t,,e rtniuneratlon of which shall be guided purely bj their sense of tn- '"ivmuiV. Pot Ittloh ivald Emers?n,T. H.lleJSe, 1). ------- -. -, .. . i. ... l.i... J ii.iiru, if. . -'"., V i 1)., jiatnai lei uamiHi.ywM -. rJS:ra!'"c.w.rnrt i Ik. 1I1U, - I'ror. C. C. Kelt'in, I'rof. F. II. Child, i r. nip- iiv .....- BrooV, author f -Apeu Court, ' &.C.. r.. Ji.niui. t.al Obio R.R.. for Zanrsvn.e, ?""? -"' " . . M.rl.ita A Cincinnati K.R.. lor Clnlli-! ;-. -.i ii. i cuthc Mafutta. ParUrsburg and Ralti.i.ore. and . coiic,.MBu.iiu cro.it Eastern Lmc3 for w itn rimer oi nit "" l".."1" i .4-:-:..",.,.. !,.,it.nrnr"Acl2!ilM.r " . ""!'"'. ""' .. i.i- i ii iiiiinur i n r w. nrwnv. """V,h-, Ao.'.Vr.. I reach of all-the poor as i- ,i.!.. oVWuthV' -Mr iSurioii." &.t., great sutieriority of this Mrs. L-Mana Child, Mrs. C. M. KlrLland, JIr. other CVCr discovered for . . .. ii r -,-,1,. 'I.tn Mi lffj . Kke, author . .'"-'".V.";.:,,',., is .Vn.i."c" cure of lntermittcnts i '".v'VV'l:..""; V,,..nio.V:..ii.irK.' no Quinine or mineral. ty, anthorof't'omirai i onraii-, 'vl";1,,"," ,f ' whatever ttpen the constitution, lhose cured author of I.let.,nKnntriiOT1 l. , I hileo. au- ft lcft j tbor of -I wire ...arrtec. .,,i.,i.i, TERMS. The Atlt e Won 1ILT can be 'ui.l of had the drCaC. Bo..vilcif, reridic-l Agent., -r rro.n the "ub-, i'Cvcr and Agueis not alone ths contcqucnco ., . i. t.xii- ninr. nrt-i tT.!I CCIlU !..;. i a Number. iiMicn ui uiKf -.-.- -. ... ( Suhtrribcrc reniittm Uiree dollars, in nihanco, i to" the publLhcrs, will rcciiie the wort for one jear. post paid, in any part of the Un'.ied Mates Vithm three thouanl mile'. TIIE PRAIRIE FARMER. THK Twcnti-Hrst volume of this old an 1 t' Wood, and consequently aires them all popular A"ricultural piper comnicncsd on tho I nhko It an invaluable protection to lmmi firit day of January, 1860. grarts and persons tnnclling or temporarily It will be the aim ot the publMicr it the fu- residing in the malarious districts. If taken lure as in ike past, to make a pajtr II at eliall .i.nn.l the TE'JE sciel cs of fHrmin' shall preiml. ! .hat tho calling my h Iwkttl ufon n-" ljre.1 fv i. the moil bealthful and laJcpendtiit one Iwa fas.ipte wi-h ihelruitr, the iiurncuiiiira.- feclion, that will be excreted from the system, i.t, and alike fireside. In ejcli depar'mnit we an(i cannot accumulate in suflicicnt quantity -halt ndeaor to a-sist in improve uint aial I in- i t) n- ;, dbc n . . structio.,, an. Iin-ke it a favorite w nh be : onrg- i f )rotcct;on tJian .,, f . J0'!Jtt.ZZ?" oer suffer from Intermittent if thev ava iHmtTif i l.i a uciii; u iii"'o iiiiiin'i ..".- BIJCGIES'knonn. , , . ihe list or practical contnbuiors win otmucii cnUrged another year; nnl no txpente i iui..iry tii hi ike it the Agncallunl paper of the We-t will be spad The pmicr w II ever be fjund the wotkm;- n'tnaineiu anuaovisraie. Terms of the Pr.iirie Farmer for I860. GREAT INDUCEMENTS! iwm Cov. oni Tear ..... - -. (jj) 1 Thre Copies, ore year 6 00 ... a oj Six Copie, one yar, anu one to aeni One additional copy to ihe club agen lor every ten cop:es over six. For each one of fitly persons sending the first ll.ii id iwrntv subscribers on alxivo term, afi.r III. cuwMl.t'D.u .' ......-, v .--. it is dite, we will give n o .uii.i n;uinei iw lVniiic Farmer for the last half f ihu present . IfZi T the firt .ix persons svlio will send us lim of fiftr or' more sub cr.bers .. the .! . rms we win line a copy of welters uiisiiiiUi?i Dietiouary ( ictoiHI vlii-n coaiamirg rin.e.i Hundred illustrauo-i', vr...i r.r ihn I'mirie 1 anuer. von can uo mocli t.cxtcaJ the usefulness mid cnculatiou of The Fariasr Will jou trj- it ! r We will scud sampb-copies a.id pro'rc-iiscs free to anyone wlio will ry. to 'xt'i'd ami lation. AJi'rc- EMhlt) A QO , 1 l.tt 2M I-ke sinet, Chica ., ill. . EOR SALE ! THE under.ignrd o.Vcrs fot a e,-st reasom Wo li-.ums a quarter section ol Land, t-utilul-ly situated in our of ihebfl porlion it Kaiisus. A "owi attllement surrounds it, nod twu serrilo- , riaTit)l psas by it. There i '.ltitr upland , I on iheT.rr.toiy. juh v. wai. , CABINET WARE ROOMS! mile ni..ii.KtffnMl tc i.r.nutrei! to inanufaiuirs J. ..nlcr on short not.ee, and at reasonable price., I'i.l.x :. i.ir. TaLl.-i. L.iuuce. &.C.. &e. Furnitiini kept on hand formic at all times. jrjCOFFIS8. rnvcre.l or plain, nu.la in the ne1rt'.toiinM'stttyle, and in Uio shortest p.Sb!e lime. All orders will receive prompt tleiiiion. Mmiiiou Hie uortli side nf Jifleruvnrtretl. tipjHHil hefriiiliiiili' "'3- W V. al'Ktl." all kln.ls of community have failctl sua been mscuucu, tnis Mnrei?.T imiwmTRfi. -.iTi! i Sura?,."' ... -. it....-..,. iim.Ii...ti.. r.rejktj.t ui.ii i.iiin? ., ., . ... -.i ., n,,,i -ri . i want tlie Lct u:d I OF THE INDEPENDENT. 83 The Independent is published eveiy week, in Okaloosa, Jefferson County, Kansas, a nit i5 devoted to Literature, Arts anil Sciences, LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS, Agriculture. Jluiliculturc 0 Marltls, and all features necessary to make it a suitable and desirable paper for TIIE IIOME CIRCLE, Tlic Merchant, Mechanic, and Farmer. As its name indicates, it will be independent on all subjects, (not neutral,) and in all respects up with the times ' live paper,' feailessly 'following wheie Truth shall lead the way,' carelul of others' ngnts, firmly maintaining its own. In conducting this enterprise, the proprietor brings to his aid the val uable knowledge acquired in Ten Years Experience as an Editor and Publisher, and knowing no such word as fail, hu feels confident of success, and hopes to meet a kind and welcome reception among new w acquaintances and future friends. Until the undersigned arrives at his future home, to take charge of the office, the business and local in terests of the paper will be conduct ed by John V. Dat, Esq., Oskaloosa, Kansas, to whom applications should be made or letters 'addressed. J. W. ROBERTS. Proprietor. AYEE'S Ague Cure, TCn THE SPEEDV CERE OF IntCTmjUct Fever, or Fcvor ami Ague, Remittent Fcrcr, Chill Tetcr. Ilnmb Ague, Periodical IIendncbc,nr nilious Headache, ami Bilious Peters, indeed for the whole class of diseases origi nating in Lilian' derangement, canscd by the Malaria ot miasmatic coautrics. No one remedy is louder called for by tho necessities of the" American people than a sure and safe cure for l'cver and Ague. Such we are now enabled to oifcr, 'with a perfect certainty that it will eradicate tho disease, and with assurance, founded oa proof, that no harm can arise from i?s use in any quan tity. That which nroieefs from or prevents this disorder must le of immense service in the communities where it prevails. Prerenthn is ' belter than cure, liir the patient escaiKS the -.i- .i.;i. t ,.c ; ,.:!.. ...Li c , nMc wliiclx lis must run in violent attacks of lis baleful distemper. Tliis "Cecr.' cpcls the HliajmatlC poi'0 t Cl 1 VR AND AOUE from the system and nrctcnts the doclon- ment of the disca-c, if taken 'On the first ap proach of its prcnion lory srrniitoms. It is not only the best remedy ever jet discovered for this clavs nf ct.mplaints, hut alo tho cheapest. Tlie largo quantity wc supply for a dollar brings it within the reacli of ctcry bodr; and in bilious districts, where Tcvcn am. Acur. prevails every body should have it ana tie it lrccly imtii lor cure and protection. .- -c nsrrxl Ihiv ni-in Tt i I srlin a nitlitrs ell as the rich. A remedy over any tlie speedy and ccr- that it contains tousenucntlv it nro- duces no quunra or otlicr injurious cllocts 01 U1C llliamallc i)oisoii. A urcat vanctvof disorders an-e from its irritation, among which are Neuralgia, lllicumatism. Gout, Headache, Rlindnevs, Toothache, Earache, Catarrh, Astli mn, Palpitation, Painful Affection of tho Spleen, lijsterics, Pain in the Uowcls Colic, Paralysis and Derangement of the Stomach, all of which, when originating in this cause, put on the intermittent type, or become period ical. Th"' "Clue" expels the poison from occasionally or dnilv while exposed to the in thenisehcs of the protection this remedv af fords. Ayer's Cathartic Pills, FOR ALL THE PURPOSES OF A FAMILY PHYSIO, arcso composed that disease within the range of inen-nction can rarely withstand or ciadc them properties, the invalid who i3 bowed down with nam or physical debility is astonished to find his health or cncrRy restored by a remedy at once so sunplc and iusiting. Not only do they cure the every-day complaints of every body, but also many formidable and danccrous cliserscs. Ihe arrnt Ivlnc nim I. ,,. r -, . " --.. .. .. . - .- .....s.i ...u mi aiuvircuuuuac, containing certificates of their cures and directions for their use in the following complaints: CVMfire- M nptbunt,thatJnc,eBriiingJrom disordered I'Sonnnorlid rife. Jaundice, and other kindred coninlaints. ;..; - -- ,-- ---, "r"" ,t ?.r "Jf'i?- arising from a low stale of the body or obstruction of its functions. They arc an excellent alterative for the renovation of the blood aud the restora tion of tone and strength to the system debilitated by disease. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, ron the iunn ccnn op Coughs Colds, Influenza, Hoarseness, Croup, Bronchitis, Incipient Consump tion, nnd fur the relief of Consumptivo Patients ia advanced stages of the disease. ' So wide is the field of its usefulness and so nu merous are the rases of its cures that almost every section of country alounds in persons pub lidyknown. who haTclicen restored from alarming and even dcpcrat3 diseases of the lungs by its use. When once triftl, its superiority over every other medicine of its kind is too apparent to escape obi-crvalion. and srhere its -virtues ere known, tno Jmblic no longer hesitate what antidote to employ or tlie distressing end dangerous affections of the pulmonary orgttis that arc incident to our climate. While many inferior remedies thrust upon the J be forgotten. i -nr.vi.i' ... DR. J. . AYER Ss, CO. LOWELL, MASS. ism mrrwiliw !ij .i! ni.i ..'!. "u , "r6;u- it ever hss been, and that it maybe relied on to liSSSSS1 d0 r uhrt all it bus cu-r lecn found ,o do. i ! i : ; WOETft MISSOURI ' '-BROAD GUAGE' RAILROAD. (ONLY ALL RAIL ROUTE,) TtlK slwtrEt and Quitkesl routo to St. Louis, Louisville, Lexington. Cincinnati. Mem phis, Nashville, and nil Eastern and Southern Cities: J'as-cnjors leave St. Joseph at G A. M. by tht Ilanmhal A St. Joseph Rnifroad and con I1CCI al llimsuii nun uiL-iviwii iiis-Mjuti, ninK in? the run in IC hours atliirdtna a cool malil's I ret in St. Louis, and giving them the i hob c all K"sus out ol ht.- 1 niii3 lor the List and South. Ry taking the North Missouri, pasaen- gets save 13 mnrtts Ti.-tin! nq the connection IS SURE AT HUDSON n nil Trains arc riirestcd to await tho arrh al the II. & St Jo. Trams, and tl e dlas and dan grrs cl Steamboat na iation arc thereby avoided lie sure to purchase tscktts by the North Mis souri, and do not suffer parties interested for other r ,tls to cichine your tickets for the river route, where delay is almost inevitable at this S'nson of the Kar. BAGGAGE CHECKEQ THROUGH and handled calf fully. Ticket" for sale at I lit ofiiee of the II A St., Jo. II. U.atSt. Jiii.pli J. II. MOCLTON. Supt. AVM. E. WILSON, (icneral Ticket Agcut, St. Louis, Mo ' ' ' JIaj VM. MOWN, Agent at St, Joseyb. August 23th, 1SC0, S tf WANTED. A FARM of two or three humfrtd acres, with good water an J timber up m it. and to be vmuh what i1npr9w.il, nud a tuited within a few miles of Oknloo. Au person dcdiring to H-ll surh a jilare for rash down, at a reasonable price, will please rail npon M. U. Dutlon, nt tho D'ittOH House. O:kaloo-J. " C-tf KISER & INSLEY, Proprietors. corner oi iMiawnee ana nun ntrceu, - LEAVEWVOni7ICITr.EAXSliSynitor,s,2)vrtoTy. ' ' - ' li-tf -. r ... T- V. ' .-mpca jiCiie iuis noujo uany, nnn n l-recUiiiui bus rana from the ITouso'to the I'ons. 0 3ui. Fever and Ague, from which mankind suffer over a large part of the globe, is the consequence of a diseased action in the svstem, induced by the poisonous miasm of vegetable decay. This exhalation is evelvcd by the action of solar heat on wet soiL and rises with the watery vapor from if. While the sun is below the horizon this vapor lingers near the earth's sur face, and the virtu is taken with it throueh the Inn c a into the blood. There it acts as an irritating jwison on ic internal uscera and excreting organs oftliebody. The In erbecomea torpid and fails fc secrclcnot onlvthis irus. but also the bile from the blood. Both the yir.is andthe bile accumulate in the circulation, and produce violent cunitit tional disorder. The spleen, the kidneys, and the stomach syrnpithfe: with the liver, and become dirdcred"nUo. Finally, the instinct of our or ganism, 33 if in an attempt to expel the noxious infusion, concentrates the whole blood of the body in tho internal cvcrctorics to force then to cast t ouL The blood leaves the surface, and rashes to the central orsans with con jcstii c io'.cnce. This. is the ClIILl.. Rut in this (.(fort it fails. TJ Then the ., Fever follows, in which the blood leaves the ccn tral organs a-id rushes to the surface, as if in another c.Tort to expel the irritating poison through that other great excretory tke skin. In thi also it fail, ana trie f.v3tc:n auanuons ttie attempt cxh lu.'cd, and waits for the recoven-of Eticngth " repeat the hopclos cfkirl another "re the fi s or trtrotvms of 1-r.vrr. day. These trtrotvms of l-nvrr. and Acrr. S'idi conslitntiiinAl disorder will of coaro under mine the health if it is not removed. We have labored to find, and hae found, an antidote. Ayer's Ague Cure, which ne.itriliies this mihrious poison in tho I blaol, and Mimul.itei tli luer to expd it from the boJy. As it should, si it docs cure- this afllicting disorder with perfect certainty. And it dies more, ' or nthcr docs what is of more sen ice to those sul jeet to litis, infection. If taken in season ii expel, it from the system as it is absorbed, and thu? keeps those who use it free from its attacks; keeps the ' system in health aluiou-;!! exposed to the discise. i Conscquciitly it not only cures, Suit protects from, the great variety of aflcctions which arc induced by this maligaant 'uSiiencc, surh as Remittent ' Iccr. Clnll Fci , DumVi, or Masked Ague, j Periodical Ilcidacut, or Ilihout Headiche. Iiilioua Fevers, Neuralii, Khcumalisin, Gout, Dlindncss, ' Toothache, Earache. Catarrh, Asthma, Palpita tion., Painful Affections of the Spleen, Hysterics, ' Colic, Paralysis, anil Painful AJfectiuiis of the ' Staunch anil Ui.icLs, all of which, when arising from this cause, will be found to assume more or ' less th intermittent type. This " Aocn Ccnn " removes tho cause of thcc derangements, and cures the disease. ' Tliis it accomplishes by stimulating the cxere toiies to expel the vims from the system: and these organs by degrees become habitcJ to do this theirolBco of their own accord. Hence arises what we tcm aeclimaltiltoii. '1 iinc uny accomplish the same cud. but oftcti life is not leng enough, or is sacrificed in the altcix.pt. while this " Aovu tciifi " ' does it at once, and with safety. We hac great reason to believe this is a surer as well as safer rcmedv for the whole class of diseases which arc caused by the miasmatic infection, than any otlicr , wuicuuas necnuiscovercu; ant il lias stiiianoti.er important advantage to the public, which is, tint it is cheap as well as good. r-JlET.UlED UY DIt. J. C. AYER & CO. LOWELL, MASS. Pittcx Ox Dollaii rr.B Bottlf. ' Ayer's Cherry Pectoral j hrj won for itself such n renown for the cure of l cseryvjricty of Throat and Lang Complaint, that I it is entirely- unnecessary for us to recount the evidence of its virtues, whcreier it has been cm- ( ploicd. As it has Ions been in constant use I Ayer's Cathartic Pills, FOB ALL THE FURFCSES OF A PURGATIVE MEDICINE. Ton Costivenks3 ; Tor. tub Coiik or DvsrcrsiA; Ton Jal'Muce; Toit Tin; Ccur. or Lndiocstzok; Ton Iliunvciti:; For. tup. Ccnn of Dtscxtert; Foil a Foul Stomicii ; Ton tub Cur.R of Eiusii-elas; Fott the Piies; Pon the Cuiik of ScttoraiA ; Toil all Su 'oniLors Complaints; Fou the Cci:e or Uiiijumatism; Fon 1)isu.se!S op the Skix; , Fon the Cum: oj' Livr.u Comi'LAIxt; i l'ort PJitorsv ; f Fon' the Cuuc op Titter, Tumors and Salt ltiiELUt; ' Fon WoitJis; I Ton the Cum: or Gotrr; I l'ou a Pixneii Pill; I For tub Ci'nn of Neuralgia ; I l'OU PClliryiNQ THE llLOOD. I They are sugar-coated, so that tho most sens!- . tive can take 'them pleasantly, and being purely I vegetable, no harm can arise from their use in any quantity. Price 25 cents per ox; Tive boxes for $L00. Great, numbers of Clergymen, Physicians, States men, and eminent personages, have lent their names to ccriLf) the unparalleled usefulness of these remedies, but our space hero will not permit the insertion of them, 'i he Apcnts below named fur nish gratis our American1 Almanac in which they ere given ; with also full descriptions sf the above compbinN, and the treatment that should be fol- Uwcd for their cure. Do nft be pwt olf ty unpnnciplcd dealers with i lliey make more pnrai on. and taker na others. The sick there is for them, and they should have it. All Ptir llcnicdics are for sale by MflflRE i. MrCLELUX, A;cnts, Oaktilciut, Jtfftrun Co., Jutti&s ' I ihlYltiniinilf iTiisi crrtinti vca imtwl nnl An niArrt fliin DUTTON HOUSE M. R DUTTON, Proprietor. Having recently fitteJup, and furni-licd the aboio new house, which is pleasantly located at the flourishing r of of .Icffcr'on County,is now ready to accommodate the traveling liublitf. NO PAINS WILL BE SPARED to render ati;factlon to all who may favor biro with a call, and endeavoring to kcD nn to the of , tnottu of, "LIVE AXD LET LIVE" The proprietor hopes to merit a liberal patronag GOOD STARLING and a careful man always on hand to attend the saire. Oiho of the Kanras Stage Co. at this house, M. R. Dutton, Agent. Stiges arrive and de part ihily, connecting with" lines, io all ptint ta"t, i csi, iNorin ana noutu. THE PRESS. J. W. TOBNEY, Editor and Proprietor. Publication Office, 417 Chestnut St., PII I L.A DELl'III A. The following are the terms of the several editions: Daily Isscc ?C,00 per annum, payabletia advance. ' t syl Tri-Weeklt Issue is published onjnes-1 da)., Wednesdays, and Saturdays, a'.itt perl annum, in auranco Weeklt I're's coatainbagJGeneraK News, l.tlitorui, iUnrkcls.Ac.is issued ciery Wcdncs day. ' .il i f Single Copies, $2,00 per annum, in a Jvasce Tubie, V 9 Tt! T" $i: if .? i Twjfir " 20 (when forwarded to one address.) tTweniy co;ie, ororer, lo address of each sub DR. F. T. SPEES. I Physician, ! OSKALOOSA. KANSAS. f Tenders his professional serviccs'to the citizens ol Okaloosa and Manny. j OJJicc North-west corner of Publis Square. PAUL E. HAVENS, Deputy Clerk of the District I'onrt for JJ.FFERS0X 'COUXTT.KAXSASi - , REAL ESf ATE. tlMSUR A WCE! i tin I'm 1 PimmtT irtnvm i)Mi;.i,oos.t, ka:.ViS, Will attenl promptly to all business entrusted tto his care, - ...... . ., . 1 t-speei attention giren nine payment oi tax- t dii nnil fbi i-nlletfnn of r.l.niin fi,r nnnri-:i(Ii ultf All business inquiries protnptlv nnswercil. -if P. E. HAVENS. I t i 5 rflfe. M SJ. The above Cut represents our new 1 1X18 inch sheet-flying .Toh-Prcs.. The bet, fastest and-crteapestiMaelttB of tho kind in use. Complete description sent ou application. Price, $000. With Fir; -$350. THE CINCINNATI TYPE-FOUNDERY Co. (n3.'vuiisrrK33 isso.) Corner of Vine an'd Longworth Streets, 3E3 x 3Ck.-t & ia. - :iKi a;i;ei?ials -it r" c5"ei croJCEir -rir ---i- txtioc COMPLETE -LSTEWSIPA-ItPEIR offices Fitted out in a day, and at lower prices than thby can be had elaewhei-. , Hana-JPresses, CobiJLLe iTcT3-Frappi. CYLTLSTDER & PLIEN POWER -PRESSES, Oasetit, St5iiicls5, Iiilo, Oiat? Borders, and TF-.ATTr ..VKTaD KTCT- ."'-. 0F TiT.i JL-JL-MJLJfli Orders furnkhed from 'jj'l ? :U ;lih An, ri;UiUn'4. iVfew - nil- uiil.1 i i.-tnir.it i u ia iikh ii . -. . ... . tw MM4-IMr .Oskalcosa.acaiast taarWorl! "jfiUtl j. aA-.ii .j" GREAT IiEDCCTlOX IK PRICE OF GOODS! CTriiriDT . rtniM--V jit,nnnt.u innna) HAVEjast received a large' arocst'of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, consisusg of all the various articles) usually kipt ia. western retail Stores. Cbnnrry' produce taken fn'exehapge for good?. Ladies and Gentlemen, calrat the Peopled Store. South-east corner of Public Squajc, , i-it UMfAioosa, Kansas. i. ' .r ' ETAhS. '-3W. . SfCFA-LAM). EVANS & MCTARLAND, CARPENTERS AlfD BUILDERS, (Shop on South eaat corKf Public Square,") OSKALOOSA, TipvNSAS. ARE prepared to fill work in their line in tho Iters lor all iuuus o it stvle. IS Contracts for ti erection of bmWin ken on satisfactory terifcsE 1-tf ee sfaldi-., AZEL Sr-LDIXO. AZEL. SCALDING & SON. lTTOMEafAXD COUNSELLORS AT LAW, G3ASSHOPPE3. FA2-LS. rjEFFERSON CO., KANSAS. TXTILL practice in tho Courts of JefTerson .Wl Jackson and Atchison Counties and in the Supreme Court of tho Territory. Cvtrpccial attention g:ento colleetirr.j maturing in Northern Kansas. 4-Vm NEW FIRM AND NEW GOODS! MARSHALL S. CRAWFORD, OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. deallb ix ' DRY GOODS GROG-RIES. ' HARDWARE. NAILS, ROOTS AND SnOES HATS AND CAPS, YANKEE NOTIONS, JEWELRY, and in fievcverythmg usually kept in a country store. Wo would call (nrticular attention to our stock of Shop made Roots and J Shoc, which wo can sell at from fifteen to twenty-mc per cent cueiper man any oinei hooso in, JwJlerson Ci. County Produce taken ia csehvige fo god. ' , Don't forget tho pljco. South side Park. 3 i i l", ''- I" ;t I. : ' ETNA INSURANCE COMPANI , r PfltRTriiFU IRl'l ' If ' ' bilAKiLKfcli 1513. i f5 ''" rT airtVV " -f" sz.ooo.ooo I E. G. RIPtEY, Pres't. F. A. ALEXANDER, Sec'y. J. B. BESSETT, General Agent, Cincinnati, Obio. JOHN Tv". DaV, . Agent, OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, r 10-11- ' i any Speclmon-Book. For Terms nd if tf .liLlitt rrAAr irjni rr. . THE GOOD TIME SO LOFG taleeb er ;a7M'SCiT:4ABB; 4 ' i ii t A ti , lu. ! i. . PHE aubsesiber wishta to inform tha eitiieM X-0kaloosa and tb iinrinanilin iiiiUj, fl&Ll workman, will be conKamly- oa kaaaV to " and mend for his old cu0 era. la cau I will ray: a -. i jnj ff , C Come norui, coma aoai o; oeste aaat, taanwiL For here the alaee oM ro'.ea ean'reat: " ' V. Coraef poor, coo r'n a, coaae J)ardtBe akaar. And help aloK 'he new beginner. NORMAN MACUMHK. . Oskaloosa, Kansas, Sept, 2ith, 18. ,lf,. FOR SALC OR to exchange for real estate the aewHtan. k-Tiouring and SawMiUa, at -iTniiaa. Kansas. iuri arucnian laquira ot J. U. tJUlt,TT, r 'Oakaleoai, !. tr: R 0 jit.t To Sell : Beat. ' -- A HOUSE-and lo,-bottse-one and a half story hlgh three rooms below and ess: abort, lot pell teceed, and located in a pleasant part at town, or particulars inquirer at this oflte. OSKALOOSA IflEADJ NEW STOVE STORE t ' AND; a (North side of Public Sqwre,') W. II. WHITSETT, Preprletsr. rpilE subscriber keeps, constantly on hand a JL good assortment ol the beat varieties of ' COOK STOVES Among which msrjr be-named Giles F. FiUsj'a w ell known and universally celebrated T CHARTER O AX, wljch has on extensive sale wherever ratresjaasd, because it is so well adapted to the wants of tha people. Also, the YaLLEi JORGE-utf LH8CH MCI, which, for simplicity of arrangemest, aavkf af fuel, and superiority of operation. Stani TJaeqimlled. i I also have constantly oa baad a rood assart- mentof . , TIH W rT:l ' j of my own mannfactare.allofwkiah k warrant . ed toeise " J PERFECT1 SATISPACTIOIT. TIani prepared in every partienlar to eaaenta j JOB WORK OF ALL KINDS I with.neatnesj and dispatch, and aa cheap aa any house in Kansas, those in the river towns not ex jeepted. t J I hope bv strict attention to business and aa j accommodating' spirit, to merit a liberal rhara ol public patronage- YY. ,11. WUITSETT. " Oskaloosa. Kan , July ' particulars, address, 1 ' L.T.WELTfi Agent 3 . July IJlb, 2-3m J""" -- "v''"'