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The independent. [volume] (Oskaloosa, Kan.) 1860-1874, June 27, 1863, Image 3

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is ruBLisnnD tVtp.Y batcedat Mororrjra at
Oskaloosn, Jefferson County, Kansas.
JLoql SH-Mf,
J. IV., KOliCTS, J .....
' soilv .1 day, ' -dUor-f
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. 5 Board of cAgricalture ,v
Theie will be a meeting of 'the Boaid
of Directors of the Jefferson County
Agricultural .Sociely.at the office of the
jouiuy xiensuier. m uMjHioosa, on me
R. A. FIayes Secretary
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HAiiVESTixof Mostof. thciwlieat in'
this region has been cut. and the yield
has.baeno good that we .hear little or
,' f
no complaint about the ciop. We thall
nave uieuu anu 10 s-pare in ivansas mis
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it
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year. Thus far we have had it senson
able for all classes of crops and vegeta
bles, with promise of great abundance.
. ivvX-
Masonic. ThetMasoniu Fraternitv
of tliis place nnd-Vicinity eclebrrted the
24th with apprbpnale ceremonies, end
ing witii a basket dinner. "Owing to the
inretentng aspeui oi.me weamer, mc
, , . ,
.. . . . .f -i .i . i
,,r.,t uotiutiy in utiiy ncxint iu o clock. -joyed the trip firstrate. Our re-intent
A.M. Itis. very desirable that eve rv .;n ,.rii i i ,. . , - ro""Lm
member of .the Board should be prJ! Wl" PJ be divided into battalions
cent. , By the Piosident. "nJ sl-nod at diffetent poiuts'ou the
inienaeaarr.Dgeme.1.. wer mierrupteu. ; 2feirs has just caaie in of a conwt'er
T)ut the proceeding passed off pleasant-'abIe force of rebes H. Qha
ly and with apparent general satisfac-1 rcr)orted ,0 iavc kiUcd mcn -n tLat
tion. Dr. Dichnsoa delivered the ad- j Ticfnitv ,ast ni&Uu j md Q haye
dress, wh.ch we -hear spoken of with been ordered to march to Olathe.inone
commendation. iiniir n. ,, i , " .
nour. liut one rebel is known to have
' - j 1-M..1
Judge Day has been appointed En
rolling officer for-this and' th'e lower dis
trict of the county, and Judge Spalding
for the district in which ho resides.
JCSrThe weather has been damp al
most the entire week, vet but little rin
has fallen."
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The Jeffersonian.
"We have received tho first number
of the Jeil'crsonian, published at Grass
hopper Falls in this county. It indit
ed with ability by IX. II. CnosBr, Esq.,
neatlv printed by the publisher, P. II.
Peters, and makes a fine appearance.
Lon-may it. Jive to do good n'n the
world. The terms are S2 a year ; ten
-copies 615; twenty copies 525; fifty
copies $50. Address R. H. Ciosby,
Grasshopper Kails, Kansas.
The Dailt Thies, ofcLenvenworth, is
tiow the largest daily paper in the State
It is neatly printed, and makes as good
sn appearance as any of iis cotempora-
ries of the older State. We wish the
proprietors success. If the editor wod
i;
only get clear of his McClclIan insanity,
we should liae little fnult to find with
l.iia; but so long as he hangs on to that
iinletiiej he must expect to li.ive a small
taint of the VaHandinirham-Wood tineil
in liii garuK-nts, and like poar Tray for
being found in bad company, suffer his
good name to come to reproach. seen 0n the ground nfter the fight, and
" the citizens said they carried oQ'several.
The Atlantic AIoxthly for July has T,lcir obS Inay bc ,0 0UM
tlie following labia of contents: "Doings , 0ur squtid at the time was in Kanas
of the Sunbeam; -The" Wraith of Odin; Ctv As bon as WJ j,earj ,jf ;t ttJJ
Gala Days; The Fleur-de-Lis at J't Luirted straight out and patiollcd the
Eoyal; Her Epitaph: Outside Glimpse?! country until dark, and at daylight
of Engiislafoverty; PaulBleckjBy the
"B:ver; The Growth of Continents; Tho
Musician ; English Naval Power and
English ' Colonies ; Our General; The
Claims loTSeryicepr -'born Reviews ,
andLilerarv'Nbnces;" ' The usual abil--
itj marks the articles in this nurabtr.
Some of the papers are very forcible.
'The Atlantic iff'doin good set vies in
lie cause of the country an 1 freedom.
May its-ponderous blows fall thick and
fist upon the foes of both. In many
reipects the Atlantic has improved; its
tope is less equivocal in matters of
Christianity, and tile" ijrettt-'ifilent em
ployed in enriching its pages seems di
rected to the grand work of the limes;
the redemption of our country from the
double curse of Treason and Slavery.
' fcayear, Ticknor 5r Fi'dlds,' L'oston,
Mass.
Tiie Kansas FAnsiEu No, 2 lins reacli
d us, and is filled with good matter
a this resptel an improvement on the
ir number and bids fair to become
n article of indispcnsible value to-tho
k" Monthly, 81,00 'year. F.
G. Adims, Toptka, .Kansas.
'
r-'Kauas Hews.
&Par tale news for the week may be
ieflr sumiiif.' nn f,.lln
J sumuied up as follows
IfcrFi
"tirtr cases of llinft.viniihervniul out-
, J
ry. The guerrilla fight between our
' wj and the bushwhackers near Vtt-
t '' Tuecomuiencement of the enroll-
tof the citizen, preparatory to tlie
""ft. Blum's eliorU' to 'raise a new
Pnt Reports of good crops from
lrtS,Uli8 8eai,ontDle weather except
tt i P-for cWef wheat and
Lvi , r""?penty; for which all should
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riettorj has beeri
visited by anotli
wwiiii.. ti. .' j
;
w ... k auv aiUVUSbVI UmUl-.
ot known.
padm
Jirmy Correspondence. '
Kansas Citv, Mo., June I7tb, 1863.
Fkiexd Roberts: On the 12th inst.,
our Reg. left Rolla.'on the cars, bound
for Kansas City, in obedience to orders
to report at that place. We arrived at
Washington, a thriving town on tl.e
Missouri river in the nfternoon. Here
wo left the railroad and embaiked on
I . ICIU1UU'1.1 x any UgUun. and after
a "easa"1 r'P of about four days, we
i "- here yesterday afternoon. We
1 Mwi clnn al. a . T v
nau gooj weather, and the men all en-
river. U,a l2th Re ;s ,Q rcporl jU
Ft. Scott to Gen. Blunt, and be pu't in
active service.
Guerrillas have ngain made their an-'
pearantc. About sundown last even-
i"g a party of about 30 beiouirin" to
. ,1 ,-. , , J 3 -
Al. rt.
i mo um ivansas, were comin"' into
H'nctnn.1 ...! ...1 :.. - ,
"""r"""'u iii.ii "iinin noout a mile
of that place, wete attacked by a patty
of guerrillas who were concealed be
hind a stone wall, and 8 of our men
were killed at the first fire. The rebels
numbered about GO, and our men were
forced to retreat, the-enemy pursuing
tliem, and it is leported, killing 18 more.
vn,i.:nr i. ,., ,, , , , , .,
-tX0':un-9 tms et been heard of the lest.
ueeu Kineu.
I will keep you informed of any fu
ture movement of guerrillas-in this
vicinity. Yours, fcc.
, Umos.
,. M
9
Prom Jolinsoa County.
We are permitted to make extracts
fiom another letter of Job. Trapp to his
parents, dated at Aubrey, Johnson Co,,
Kan., June 20th, 1C63, as follows:
"I have just returned from a scout
in ilo. We hail some troublo this timo.
We went through to Kansas City with
out any trouble. X part of our Com
pany ar.(L a part of Co. E. came in b
h:ud us. When thoy got nearly to
Westport, and were passing through a
lane, the rebels, who were concealed
iu the bush, rose and charged on them,
taking them by surprise. Some of their
guns weie fastened to the saddles.wbai
the malignnut de ils fired into the scjimd.
The lane w.ts about two miles loiig,::nd
the fight was kept up (o the end of it
auu a mile beyoni), Uur bovs were V
all in a muss umitl lu-y reached the end
of the lane, when they foimed a line
and diove the icheis.
Our loss it, 1-1 Lilted and 5 wounded;
5 of tin hilled bring of our C.tnpany,
namely, Jas. MeCorniick.John Cosncr,
Albert Cosuer, Vm. ilason and John
Snyder; uud P. Foley wounded. Loss
0f ihe enemy no: known; A bodies were
nt7& morninjj resumed the tcout,struck
thsir t1 ant followed it up for several
liours, wh-n we came to' a thick patch
of brush. I7?ie wo dismounted, went
anj founti the rascals asleep. We
.-inniriHciii.il cautiousi v until witum ten
steps pi their camp. One of them
laised up and began to ru ins eyes,
when a piece of cold lead stiue' im
about tho heart. We killed 4 ou1
wounded one. There were but few in
the camp. Wo look every thing at tho
camp, some 15 horses and equipments;
8 revolvers and guns, blankets, spurs,
hats, coals, etc. Mnj. Thatcher -and
Capt. Pike- were iu command. Not a
man of us received a scratch.
Capt. Flesher commanded the other
boys in the fight. He is not afraid of
auy thing. Indeed he is too careless.
Tho ladies deserve credit for their
attention to our boys. They dressed
them nice, decorated their bosoms with
flowers, and cried as if Jliey vwere,tlieir
own brother. They were well buried.
The head-quartes of the regiment
are to be removed to Wc?tport or Kan
sas City; but we do not know yet
whether our Company will move or not.
Fight With Guerrillas.
A small detachment of our troops
wero fired upon on Sunday morning,
about fifteen miles from Kaunas City.
The (,'uetrill.is were concealed in a house
belonging to a Mr. Richardson. Our
troops attacked them, killing six and
routing them.
Gen.Ewing immediately sunt cut two
companies of the lllh regiment, with
orders to Bcour the country in that vi
cinUv. and' burnJUcliards-on's house.
Tli Gen. declares "his intention to bum
every house that harbors bushwhackers.
He means to stop this infernal guerrilla
war. 2'imcs.
' Hurrah forE wine- Put in the licks,
r.f.ni.r. - il. 1 hft rerv biL'sost vou can lay
"y -"t --J? . am
on, and all the people will say amen.
iPENlDENTSEALGOSA, KANSAS." SATURDAY, jJ&NE ,"
RKO. J. WTJAVEB.
T. B. WILSOJf.
WEAVER & WILSON,
DEALERS L
PAIATTS,VAMISHES,I
OILS, TOSPEJITiNE,
Coal Oil, Goal Oil Lames,
Chimneys and Shades;
FAHGY &Voilct Articles:
i Patent Medicines of AUTiin 's:
Ihbaeco
Hgav$i
WRITING PAPER, ENVELOPES,
Soap, Soda, Cream Taitar, etc.;
TOOTH AXD HAIR BRUSHES;
A GOOD ARriCLE Of"
Wines dblLiquor
SGS
K
FOR MEDICINAL PURPOSES ;
And oiher article peruininir t0 the Dra" VuA
iicss un ,lly found in jn'a.id towns.
O-kal-uwa, Feb. 27, 15GJ. 131-ly
EVAIfS & MTARLliSD
'"pAKKoliis method of informing thu people ol
A. Jeiibreon coutjiy, that tbey mo ctrryins on
tho bastnes3 of
CABIiW MAKING-
In nil itshamchpsat their Shop, oa tho corner
Delaware and Jclfcrson streets, '
OSKAL00SA. KAiSjS.
WIiAn I iv i-il I ,. Inn iv t-i nrt?ntnruod.itA nil
n ho neeJ anything in their line. V'c are prc-
jj.uiri-111 uiutwc io oniur. uu mi-jii uuuer,
EllDDiBE!!
Bureaus, Side-Boards, , Buckeye Towers & Reapers,
Wardrobes, Book-Cases, SWECPSTAKE THRESHERS.
1 '
BrcakHisI, Dining antl Con!cr,,A our goods sold low for cash.
-9,b1a tji, ,
t , - - -nr , ,-. , 1
Vo;!ct and WaHi Stands
Cupboards, Dc-rks. Chairs,'
Sfcrclarios, CabinrJp, Cticsts;
i o:!ct Casos or iioxos,
For the I.ailie. verj fon-enii n Slid U'-efnl, and
an; nrtielcuotcRunieraledpertaining to the hu '
ameJi .u-o,
WIWOOW bunds
I
Of t tat quality. - )
V.'o uo-!i5 let lumber to be ludundoulji
tuch as i
WELL SEASONED, i
All our work is
Warranted
To be as represented. All we ajk is to
sti
u -j-a si?
.". en l! ,v' sbB
ij . mj
exj s si. .t 2tfc-
ai.d not go out of ihe County Tor nhat you ran
pet better and cheaper at hmc. Wo le 1 conli
dent vie can plcnco in quality and suit in pneo.
COME AXD SEE .
We arc also prepared to attend fromtiMy
to all calls perusing to -
UNDERTAKING
in aati.fictorv manner.
EVANS & McFABLAND.
0.-., Feb. 14. 1EC3. l.tf
s 1 m m
Wi) Sf, tjg-a
9
UNDEKSTAKD AND
a, ?j rrm-rr 1?
mmm, mimmim
,., mL..rnr.VnE LARGEST AND iJKST Assortment of UiT ot',,I,rc,,s
a?Va2lf y oS?S l'-.3, Shces, Hats, Caps, Clothing, Carpet, &c.., lhat wa.
ver brought to this iiarhct, ar.u
: iiiw woai tin
, . p,v rnitPTiTrnv I. vs idlo to attempt to tnumcrato all tbo various Hind
iZz' -"iiua, to fay t,,al tLey havo . ',
Everything Ton Want
I,, the abovclino of Coeds in tho greatest variety, of tl.e latc-t style,, anl of the best materials,
which they cfiir
AT WHOLESALE CR ESTA1L -..,'
They purchased largely before tlie Ir-vy !vrinse. In Ccm martefs, and aro enabled to tell
Below New York Frices, ' t
And will givo their Customers lhebciufit of iheir early purchisei. '
fCallandSee for Yourselves v
Tho Goods inat bo told. Do not forget the number:
i
North Side, Uotweon Second ttnd Third,
LEAVENWORTH, KAIfSAS,
March 7th, 18C3.
SHERIFF'S SALE.
STATE OP KAKSAS.f.,.:,
jEFFtKSO.V COL'STT. I S
. r S. C. Gephart, Plaintiff
vs
. John Beland. Defendant.
liV VlrtUP nf fin r.nlor ..f nto t.. .1: .- I
ana dclivertJ. tsioed out of the First Jtiftrict
t-jurtol tho State ot Kanss3, titling iifar.d fjr
JcflerBon County, in aid Slatr, 1 v. ill. on
IVctliicsilnj-, Julj- 8lh, A. 5., 1S03.
between the hours cf 12 o'clock A. M. anJ two
o'clock, I. 31. of f-ai i tay, at the Court Ilou3s
Door in the v:Ilage u Ork iluosa, in the County
and State aforesoiJ, ofRr at puMiefale. to the
highest liriMer, for cash in lianJ, a!! tl-e ri-ht, ti
lie and inleriat of thsulxie uninvU iliftnJants
in end to the follon ingulf cribtd properly, to-w it:
All that part of the north-cast quirter f sec
lion ilnriy (30 lin town e rrhl (S, of ranpe i ihtM-n
i (18), discnb-d as follow?, to wit : Coxirifffiff nT
ar the north-wet-1 corner of taid quarter soction,
jthtnee toutliSi rcili, t:cncoeat-iOS rod, thtneo
I norm z roJi, thence west 01 kus to tha place
j of beginning, contnir.inj: six actcs, more or les",
an in jeiierson uonniy, Jvansas. i
Said pro, erty appf-,j?ed at $150.
Sat J properly lmed on and to be sold as tho
property ot the abote iiamrd d- fendanu
N.W.TAYL'iR, .Sheriff.
Sheriff's Office, Oikaloosa, May 27, 1S53.
Ul-5w
HASDWABB!
RICHARDS & CHAMBBRL1N,
6'ucceison f) J. Hichwds,)
Have now on hand, at prices to suit ih tiaie?, a
Full Slock of nARD WARE,
Suited to tho wants of every community.
Blacksmiths & Wapon-Makers
will fii-d a Large and Comph le Assortment of
WOX AND STEEL, .
Tools, Xails, Horse Phots, Files,
Wagon Hubs, Spokes, Fclloe3, Shafts,
SpriXfrs, Ai.lc, Siiciuv, etc.
- MILL MJSX Cjy GET
&iretdar 81aws,
Gum Belting and Packing Pumps,
LEAD PIPE, KOPE, CHAINS, die.
Von and others will always lied a largo Stock ot
Axes, Hatchets, Pocket and, Table
Cutlery, Locks, Butts, Ilinjres,
Spades, Shovels, Sad Irons,
Saws, Planes, Screws,
Iron and Nails;
Agricultural Implements, Farming
and Gardening Tools of AH Kinds:
Abo, solo Agents Tor the Celebrated
M0LME PLOW,
.FAlBBAKKS'SMiLES
CALL AND SEE, AT THE
Cor. of 3d and Delaware Sts..
LEAVElW0RTI1 CITY. .
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I"
WiSON & HASTINGS,
"j WIiolMsJaaml HoUH DatiT in
1 OIIEH3N AND DOMESTIC
,I!li)Wi!Dl
'E3MMW31 OT8,
Corn Hills, Plows, Cultivators,
fiUM PACKING, BEI.TIXG. Ac.
uUTEMLAX it- FOREIGN
'mm m i
Fanning & Gardening Implements
of nil kinds. Solo AgenU for th Celebrated
Tlie Rest Known for the Prairies.
Our Stock is Full & Complete,
rn mm rtip nAVTT
A.J) S OLD LOW J UK Ldbll.
Call and Examine for Yourselves,, at
x'.. n- iii.,L'.-ireKirffit.tn-o dooraEast lif il it.
' ' . ....'..
, T 17 A YEN WORTH, KANSAS.
.M 135.ly
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SAVE YOUR MOATS Y !
T7P',fn3 EST TVS'?
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STETTAUER & BROTHER'S
Exclusively Wholesale
New York Store.
17 liELAViSC ST2EST,
South Side, between Hain and Second Sts.,
LEAVEN WORTH, KAN.
00
FANCY & STAPLE
SPry Goods, Silks,
AND
STETTAUR & BROTHER,
, EXCLUSIVELY- WHOLESALE
HATS & OAPSi
BOOTS ' AND SHS0E,
YJEI72IS2 KOTIOSTS,
CLOTHING-, etc., etc., ecu
MEW YeikSTSHEj
STETTAUIl & BRO
THE GREAT -OBY GOODS
JOBBING HOUSE,
IT Delaware si., LEAVENWORTH, Kansa.
1 lC-tf STETTAUR & BRO, '
mm mm mm
Net&il Mouse.
STETTAUR & BRO.
Have just received, and oflor to tl.tir friends
their large and well sorted Steele of
ComprWnsr all the NEWEST and HOST AT
TRACTIVE Goods of tho sea'on, to ho eo!d ct
The Lowest Prices!
oua BTOCK'CF
t ft 'M ?? '"h1)rr'C'
Prt-TiC
iifJ j wu yiv
&&b
iiUU-Ui
b
la un?urpas3ed by any Crttahlishmcnt on the
Missouri river.
Bleached ami Brown Shirtings,
Brown Sheetings!
BLUE AND BROWN DEXIMS,
WALNUT TRILLS.
KREMLINS!
Tickings, Brills, Flannels ;
CLOTHS, CASIMERE&
White Goods, Hosiery.
Gloves, Kibbons, Etc.
Thtir Goods wer piirch4! befirs the riso in
the fcasterti price, ecu will be roid
MARVELLOUSLY LOW I
ALI. THAT IS ASKED IS
fifyrs ffs ii
-00-
OCR HETAIL ESTAUUSUMEST 15
Corner Delaware nnti 3d Sts.,
LEAN EN WORTH, KAN.
KEMKJinEIt THE PLACE I
1 1 G-tf STETTAUR & BllO.
NEW
t Wholesale and Retail, by
''W.'&J.IVEY,
Sign of Golden Boot. 6G Delaware
Strcel, J. B. Davis' Old Stand.
Our stock is very large and en
n tircly new. Bought of the
M'0 manufacturers in the East
for the cash, and wc arc
determined to
Itfake Prices Suit Customers.
Thoso wishing anything in our line
will do well to call before purchasing,
and sec our stock. We .guarantee to
tha ladies lo give them a belter fit, a
nicer shoe, and for less money than
any other House in Town.
r i c-i 1
Our Work IS CUStOin-maue.
S3T Don't forget tho place.
W. J. IVEY.
N. B. Country merchants will do
well to sire us a call before purchasing.
W. is J. IVEY.
113 tf
ail
Advertise in the Indepcrittent.
WMMP III MT
SMI kElp E&Wm
G. B. CAESON,
DEALER IN - '
Drugs, Patent Medicines, Paiats, Oils, kt.
KEEPS constsntly on hand a large and -well
selected assortment of ths best quality ol
the following
FRESH STAPLE AND FANCY ARTICLES,
winch, desiring to niaks rapid sales and quick re
turns, ho v.ill sell for C4S!i at the smallest
r.ivio feofits:
TEA. SDGAR, COFFEE,
MOLASSES. VINEGAR. CKACKEKS,
CHEESE, HERRING,
L l'ipea and Pipe Stems, and a great Tariety o
hewing and amoking
'XOI5ACCO AND CIGAUS.
Whitcfish, JIackf rcl, Cod Fish : Onondaga nd
Dairy Salt, S&!enctu3, Starch, Nutmegs;
Washlubs, Washboards, tt Buclcis,
Soda, Ground Pepper, Jfmtard, AUfpice. Cloves,
Pepper Sauce, Lemon S)rup, Catsup, Candle
nick, Twine and Sea-grats rope ;
CANDLES, CONCENTRATED LYE,
Slnvin,, Cnsiilc, Ttozin, Fancy, Family, and
P.ice, D-icd Applw, Dried Puaches, Raiin4
Candle', Jlatchc, Blacking, Blacking Bruihes,
Hardy's Patent Axle Grease,
Powder, Shot. Lead Mtd Caps ; Turpentine, Lin
ttcd, Sweet, Lard, Castor and
KEKOSENE OILS.
He also kepj a good upply of the fol'owin
Standard Patent Medicines:
Ayer'i Cherry Pectoral. Atct s. Jaj-ne's, Jad
soti'i ar.d McLaiie.8 Villa, Jrask's Jlagjectic
Ointment, Musttog Liniment, Gargling Oil, Perry
DuvU' Pain Killer, Ac.
ALSO, Essences of Peppermint, Cinnamon,
and Lemon; and n suppIyofSne and fanay
such a Coral Hair Oil, Colognr, Turlijh Crysta
Pomade, Ac, Ac., Ac,
If you want anything in tho grocery line, call
at th Corner of Jtffron nnu Delaware Sta.,
Oskaluo-a, Kansas, ithero you can jiurehaseat
THE LOWEST CASH PKICES.
Order of Puhlicatica.
STATLOF KANSAS, j
CovxTr of Jeffecson'. J
In the Uistritt Court of the First Judicial Dis
trict ot Kansas, sitting in said County cf Jeffer
son, William Gra,;g, Plaintiu",
V3
John W. Shuv, Dcferdant :
Whereas, said plamniTha! fibd an affidavit
herein, staling that you, the atme caued John
V.ghaiv,arii non-reiident of thdSiateof Kan
sas, ciui that icrvicc cf a summons cannot be
mado vn you therein, therefore, yon are hereby
notified, by publication hereof being made in The
Independent, published at O.'Kalocca, ia the said
Coaniy cf Ji fiVrson, for six con'ecntive weeks,
that said plaintiff William Grass, ha? filed his
Petition in ilwaUjve entitled sruit, agaisst you, in
Ilia abore menu jned Court, wherein aid suit is
now p ndins, the object of which aadiheptajer
of said Petiiii nis for said plainiifT 10 recover ihe
sum of SSS182 lOCtoethtrwiih interest thereon
nt the rata of ten per cent, per annual from the
12th dav of SeDtmbcr. A.D. lS62.dueand ow
ing from yoa to him by reason of the Marshal of
to satisfy that ccr'.abi writ of Execution, dated '
ol the SCtndny of inly. A. 1. lbO'A i;aucd oat ol
iho office of the Clerk ol tho District Court of the
Unitod rft3tsfirsilDistriJtof Kartfas.whire-j
bytaid "arvlul wascom.nandc.1 thatof Ihcgoodi
anu chatties, anuior want triercot. ot the Iind
and tenetr.c nls of said William Crags; and John
W. Shnw. in v District, heraue totmadetbc
sum of JlCtS t"9.100, and thefurther sum of $ 15-35-100
and costs, with intertsiih reon at the rate
uf u 11 ler cent per annum froti tha fifth day ot
Md.v, A. D 1C2, which ra.d wtit ol Ilxi cution
as issued and f ounded on that rert in judgment
whereby Stewart V'anVlict did, on the 5th day of
iliy.iV D.ISSI.in andbrthsconstdfration of the
at men ior.ctl Coart, at the April Jerm tbereo!,
A.D. lcG'i, rtvever against said William Grz:
and JolnuW .Shtv.-, judgment for the Fum of $1C
13 39-100, a'jU'fO, ttitir cd-fc in that b half expen
ded which aid judgment 33 r?rdcred on and
by rtoson ot tho non-payment of tint certain
proraisory note, dated ol the 14. h day cf Sep
tember, 1SC0, whereby said t'Mg and Sbaw
prornie topaylouriconths after thedntc thereof
to thij order ot oio Alexander .Msto.-s. SI307 50-
100. with intcret from date at the rate ot twen-
ty per emt per annum; which said arte was by
siid Alajors indorsed and dcliverrd to said Stew- !
art Van Vti-t. Aod jou, thesaid Juho W.Shaw,
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has luen is-utd in this the a!H.p entitled suit.
and that the Sheriff cf .aid dunty of JclFttsou i
haa.nntlrr an.l Uv lirtu lhTi.f nttnrKpil Jim f,l. 1
and btiag in tho aid Connty of Jefferson, name
Iy : Tho north-erst and the north west quarters
of section four (4 in toirnhip eleven lll ot
rango serenteen (17), aati the north-cast frac
tional quarter of n-ction five (5) in township -ievcn
(II) of rai gc seventeen (17;, all in Jelfer
s n County, State of Kashas as your property
And you are lurther notified, tint you are re--quircl
to answt-rsatd I'ctition on or before the
10th day of Jaly, A. O. 1SJ3, and that unless
you do ansv.cr the same on or before theday last
named, siui rctmon mil uotasen rw irtio. tmi
judgineut rendered :;curdiuIy; and said trJCU
ot iJiitl will be sold to satly the sane.
In witiits. whereof I, tliqunder-
---l signed ClerL of said Court, hereto
( SEAI.f set uii ImiiJ and nrtix tho seal d
-v std Court, at my otiico ia Oika
loo.n, iiaid County, this 5th day
of .Mav. X. D. lSKt.
1 II 7-w ' 1. E. HAVEN'S, Cierk.
Mtccsii Wheat, Atfjs for ITf. :
SHERIFF'S SALE.
STATE OF KAX3AS,? go
Jelfirsoii County. J ,
Isaac Titlolt, plaintiil,
vs
J. M. GraLaraar.d Itobert St. Clair Graham, de
fendants. By virtue cf an order of sale to mr directed
find delivered, issued out ot the First District
Court of the State of Kansas, sitting in and for
JeU"tro.r County, in said State, I will, on
WodncMlay, July 1st. isns,
letwecii the hours of 11 oVlodc, A. 31 , and
l o cioctt i . a. ol Mia uay, at tue Uourt House
Door in the Village of Osfcatoosa. in the County
and State afureaij, oiler at pabli sale, to the
highest bidder,fjr cash 'n hand, all tho right, title
and interest of tho clove named deiendnnts in
and to ihe following described property, to-wit:
Tho west half of tho north west quarter and
lot one cf section eleven in town'hip ten of rane
fcvcutccn, containing 137 21-100 acres, in Jef
fersin county, State cf Kanas; said above de
scribed property appraised at $137.
Said property levied on and to be sold as the
property of the above named defendants,.
X. W. TAYLOK, Sheriff.
SheriiTs Office, Oskaloosa, Jlay 13, 1563.
1 12 5w-f S.70.
Sheriff's Sale.
STATE OF KANSAS, J .;.
Cocntt or Jtrt'EEiorr,
sos, )
Abel Whitney-, Plaintiff.
vs
Norrii S. Knight. Defendant.
Dy virtuo of nn order ot Ktlo to mc directed
and delivered. iftUiid out of tha First Uittict
Court of the State of Kansas, sitting in and for
JciHraon County in said Stat1. I will, on
Wcilnesilay, July 6th,.t, I). XSG3,
but ween tue uours oi i- oxiocx, a. ji., arm two
Unlock, r.si., of said day, at the Court Uoiuo
17U'Jr IU mc iuafu V u-naiuva I. Iir lt.u uuniy
and Stato aforesaid, offer ot publ:c?ale, to the
higbeit bidder, tor cjc!i in hand, ell ihe right, ti
tle and it.tereitof tbeabove named defendants
in and to the following described property.to wit:
Th undivided half of liie wmth west quartet oi
section thirty one, in township nino of rjuse
.,L. : fnii'.A.. r...n.H c.. ..r v
eigmccii, in tuci-uii -wvutiiv, taia ui fkauas.
Said property apiwaisrd at $.'0O, Sail prepcrty
levied on and to he sold as the property of the
abovo named defendant.
N. W. TAYLOR, SberifT.
ouenii b 1uiu', uoitu uwa,;-iiay i, icuj.
Adtxi,croiiertLudiB,piTi.Aujs.in - 3w.
IhA I nilxil WMIn? In hr II cftm ft Knnciic- ttT I
ici, on the 12lh day of September, A.D.1SJ2, IReaideoce on Uelaware street. Offiee ib-the
sold property, real estato ol said plaimitr, fJr the . County Treasurer's office. Will answer all calls,
sum of 81315 03-100. ucdsr and by virtue of and I, tnv or uisht. Charses rcasonble. , 51.
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Rp?iilar eoroanaicatioas OMar tm im '$Mmr-
and fourth Saturdar h mek taontk. " J"j-J.2i
Visitixg brethren are cordially inTltad B
end. KELSOJT CHAPMAN. W. Mi"
P. E HAYESS. - Wi. -
JOHN K HAM J. W.
JOS. FITSIMOSS, SEa
.A. 8T1SSOX. ' K.r.UATMtr
STINSOK HATE If 8:
Attorneys ami CsaaMltes at IdHT4,
'Office comer Main and Dtlaware Sit. JT r
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ATTORNEY AND COU5Sl-U)K AT CA W, "
0U aleou, KaBMi, ,.
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Offlco intEer.AytfidWBaiiaiip. .-J r
DR. G. J. PARKE, j
W UUUBAI.L Jk&ll- v.- ff f
DRUGS, MEDICINES
Chemical, Stationary, Valnt w.
Oils, Burning Flui'l, Vtimtshea. Brutbrt, Dj9
Stufis. Window Glass.Putty, Patent Mei
cines. Pure Liquors for Medical Purposes, II
Perfumery,Fancy and Toilet Article,
No. 58, corner Third and Delaware its.;
LEAA'ENWORTH, KANSAS.
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JAMES M'CAHOtf;
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW;r
Icaieiwertli, Im$m.s 'um
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Will practice itf the District ourW
f Jefferson and Jacksoa-ounties.. 3tf
. DR. S. S. COOPER,
PHYSICIAN d- SmGEOX,t
Oshaf 009a, Kaiui,
OFFERS hia professional serrices to the citf-
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JUSTICE OF THE PEACE-
UUXPEE the State Constitution, in and forOs
kaloosa Township. Offiee at the County
Clerk's office, adjoining the Dutton lloaae, 0-katoo-a.
Jeficrson County, Kansas.
apr,3-3Stf. $t l
B. MCCRACKEN,
VEOLESALE GROCER
KECEVIXG, FOBtfAl-DWCj "t1
AXD
COMMISSION MERCHANT,.
Xa. 31 Delaware Street,
Alt;. 2,
LEAVEXWORTH, KASSAS.-
-so.fm :
Witt A. JENKINS,
OJl LI L2i till lVLl
OSKALOOSA, KAN".,
AN.OLrKCES to til citizens of this place and
County, that he is prepared to do all Liudso
HOUSE PLASTERING
on shot notice.
IN THE BEST MANNER,
and at
REASONABLE PRICES:-
and rnptctfallr solieit? the partonsge or tie
P"b:lzZ WOE A' WARRANTED..
1 10-3m
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M S. ADAM?, B. CKOZ1EB, S. S. LCDLUX
ADAMS, CR0ZIER & L0DLUM,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,, -
COUXUK Or 3IAIX AND IEL.VWAltE STS'.,-
LEA VEX WORTH, KAX.
Notaries I'ubuo.
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tit.
DR. T.E. WILSON,
0SKAL00SA, KANSAS,
TENDERS his Professional Services
to the citizens of Oskaloosa and, vi
cinity. Office in the Drug Store.
i Residence, Dutton House.
Feb. 27, 1763. ,3I"6mJ
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ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,- :
Will practice ia the Courts of Jefferson'
County. "
NOTICE. ., ;
Alexander Ilansfonl. in theStateof Kentucky,
will lake notice that David T.Mitchcll, of Doug
las Conn'T. Kansas, did. on the 1-Mi 1)T of Fb
ruary. 1S60, fila his pctiton in the District Court
for it ffersorr County, Kansas, arrainst AlcMader
Hansford, ettin ; forth that mid Alexander IlaBB
ford it justly indebted to said Jlitcbell in the turn
of S 87,73 for morcT loaned and sdranred by id
Mitchell to said Hansford, with interest tbenon
from tlie 5th day of January. 1859, at ihe rate cf
ten per cent, per annum. And said Hansford is
further notified that his real estate gi.atcd in
Jefferson Count.-, Kansas to wit : the south east
quarter of "section S3, township 10, range IT; has
bten attiehcd to pay said money jnteret and est
of suit. And tha laid AlextnderUan-frrd M bo
tified that he is required to appear and ncwer
said petition on or before the Mth day ot July,
1S6.1. or the same will be taken sa confeed.
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