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THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY EEBEJJAEY 27, 1864.
JSW S-T V t-r -V if "?JCfe :!l I lt Ste giifepitoi OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. J. 7. BOBE2TS. Editor. Saturday, February 27, 136 J. The 2ebel States. There nreia; certain' class of-poliii ci.ins vtlio labor incessantly to prove tl).it t!u' Slates embraced in tlio Confederacy- are actually and leg illy in the Union. This dogma is.quito popular willi ceitnin conservative men, who rea snn tl.nt n Sln! ... !,.nlU' p,-ro,ln -."-' ! and hence ennno' legally got out of the Union. On this hypothesis, they chum that the seceded Stntcs are still in the Uniun, am! lo acknowledge them out of the Union is to admit the right of secession. .'The fallacy of this argument coiimsIs m ignonngars. Legally a State cin not secede forcibly il may. Suppose the Confederacy should obtain its inde pendence, would the. States composing it be still in the Union ? Certainly not. They would not gel out legally, howev er, but by force by revolution; and revohiliohfis of itself necessarily txua legal. A man cannot commit a murder legal ly, but contrary lo law he may do it by force. Just so with a State; if cannot secede commit suicide iegaliy.but it may do if by 'force. The fact is icdUDti table Ti.e i.-bd States are out of the Union and have'Cirl'',"in Parl5es 0:ie of tneni represent- been, as Stales. They have taken no inS il Leavenwoith Daily, and others p.ut iu the Government, but have used of tlie s'1neschool of politics. to do the their .'Lfiii!:ii.-ni-.i m icii-st..:r a' i ditty work he was cn-aeil in. This aie not only out of the Union, municip- ally.but open and avoired.finen.Ses lo it with arms in hand to ov-ulir.,-, ii. T.' . ..vv...u.u ,. uVJ.IVi lUL't clalm that such Stttes.in their enmeitv as Slates, aie in the Uhion is c;,;.j 'h his utter unfi'.ns for the poMlion claiming -what is not hue-it is a pleai!'0 0CCUPi;s'b aUlibulino .!,5s ."u ftd- esseniinlly f.nd radically false, and all built iip-m such a biMs is fallacious. The territory the land of these States is yet a part of the propeity of the Government, and is in the Union the bogus governments which have rm ,iw fia 01 mo.se mat were loval are wo in 1i. TT..; t i -. uu, irc itoi in uie Union. lo admit that ihfv arc ;4 t.. ,.i,T .! . c-. . ui.il mt aiL is to admit that a State may seeetle llleea v fi.rl.t l- fi,. ernmeut as long hs it can. and then 1 secession' with a vengean ?" Z 7 di.gracoful to the writer. No - RvT,l .1. r :,,?"" ' . 'oneof ordinarv eanaci. v believes ' that ! f j....... .. . uhu, iul'-hihv, inese sties- " -uusuimions anu laws run iutui the grosser absurdity of peimitting se-! cesMon in fact, backed bv war and oar-: Tl mmm. - I . M. T- . . .-St.. u..oui alienating the rights of a) fctate in the Union ! Accordinir t0 u.iJ theorv. iliA rv-.ui .c,.,.n ii , resenimnes to Washington and Ri.-I, j. ..v.ww. .jiairD u S....II run. mend, at the fame time fiht us m""1 inelhod of eves-dropping, we say Richmond, and defeat us at Vs!,.,.i,... ! ROtLiuS' hul lcave 1,im and 1,U ,uo1 lo 6r cutting oIF supplies and otherwise) clogjjinj, uie M.jiecls 0f Government! ' - ..' i A way with such nonsense. The rebel States are out of the Union in fact-no: legally, but by force and are open en - eruie-t; ind as such thev mast 1 ,a91i . ... ........ .:.i i . - hiui oe conquered, the trailers nun ished.and thoStafc r.e,m;.,,. i. .vuujiiicuIIIUC!, terms as will be just to tho Union. Consistency. A certain t of mn ,. i,..,:i.. .. tf-ged in the effort to make it l,,-! .. M.V.,, -,,0 UU.1IV fll- that the election of Gov. Carney to the! umiea Slates Senate is a fr.md,' be cause tho r.rvr.i. :.i . . rv,..c uiu aoi watu mm elec.'ed. This is an assmion meiely, and prove nothing as to the people's wishes, on the suhiorf Tint e.. :. "ere eien Hue that a majority of lJ ,.-,.. were opposed to the election, and ! uiereiore that it ouehtnol to Iiuva a!n place, and that these rm-n .;,.i., ...i0' the P0P,e. and Iel' ? or will he their views, anrl Afr ro,-.. r .. I ,. ..;;., ,i, rong, what then ? , .... UUUVI s lll'.'Il'JS Why, these same men, with that U"e pUIt' Judicia,T'and kl:eP partisan strange inconsistency which is a sure 's!l'P Ut ' tbe Cour'' If our J"d,ies accompaniment of error, favor the con-j corrult' "Uo for u,s ! W,R'rt: is our firmaiion of Deh.hay t0 the Judgeship j iafely ? Ilm?mbt'r Jeff,iei' ! . , a"ani!,i. uio eA-nresjiP.I ;!. -.r .i i iiiiv; ui me one case, and denounce with bitter vc- people. If 'hv TMW.nl,. n,. ,l,r I J- -3UUAK IBOJI OOKGHUM. xdr, O. ii. ,,. . ... i i c 1 .'h people are defrauded in; t,. r - , , , nom him is valuable. one instance - .n the Iivnothcsis of thr.i gS of cbraa. I,!JS en out a , . tnen-thev cerWnWw n tl! 5 I"'"1 fw P".' b' ' in-iho1.- X " folomg .items, are from the and fthu, whi J '" ljl of a moujt,. he produced -P0-t of -he Mo. hemenre, m th,. other they aro doin-v, 5pe';,S ,0 Uie btt3t co"l' suo;ir' llie rs tle .very thing- they denounce. Thusi '''" f lh S)'lup I,roi"S' 10 bo 'i" ex "out of iheir own mouth are thev con 4 Cc,lenl flavoreJ a,15c!e' strongly resem- ('rmnnl ' fin t..: . w. Wlclr OKn aeUn,.Ionj ..they ar0 perpetrating a fraud exactly liLe-the one they condemn. And nl r the same lime they cry out 'briberv,' the three leading agitators without v-i.dm mere would be no w.on. mere wouiti De no agitation at i ll-ate holding ihe bribe of fat offices'' Delightful A-IIows thote to prate of snindlin 2 Ju8t Uk at thnm I If their faces were not more bnrji5iU , -..-.... .m(. II bmss they would blush I Ot-ri. Price is reported to have CO days fiii lough to enable hini lo go to" Texas and Mexico. The rebels think ! f wi'l nver relttru. Independent Candidate. Some of the ciotcbety politicians are cudeavoiing to get up a public senti ment in favor of some other man than Mr. Lincoln for President, and know ing the populrrity of Mr. Chase, hi name is used to give a show of strength to the movement. lint we think we know Mr. Chase too well to entertain the opinion ihat he will permit his name to be used in any manner calculated to distract or diiide ihe great Union and Freedom parly of the nation. We have no more idea that he will suffer him.elf to be nn independent candidate agaitiet Mr. Lincoln than we have of being such a candidate oursclf. G-n. Frcemont's name is also used !lV "leSQ UIIIMM u ,.,..-..-v......w, .t li T- ....... l .mhiiiia tnAh DC . t v and is strongly talked of as an indepen dent candidate, Wc havo toa much faith in his good sense to think he will be made their tool, cither to subserve their malice or countenance their folly. So far Mr. Lincoln is the man. Ho is our choice; ve believe he is the choico of the nation by an overwhelming mijo i it v. Dirty Business. It seems that certain p-irties having more curiosity than good breeding, hir ed a man nmied Fitsgerald to eves drop in the Hall of the House of Re presentatives while certain members of the legislature wore holding private consultations. Suspecting something of the kind, search was made, and the fellow detected in the lufi, with mateii- uh, fur reporting. II& was brought 1 j. .. . i i , '"""' anu iml "? ,,au $cn- -nploy bv w Js '"Reusable meanness. "" ' Kepkeuessmle. Tho TopeLi cor respondent of the Conservative mani- ings, spititand went of principle to the members of the legislature. He re presents nearly every act and vote as a wot k of spite or favoritism, and makes out uint me legislators are a set ot per- lZ(:ai ;s astonishing, they labor igorous jured plunderers, who do nothing but yj the. nrc ful of i, and flirv. confer favors or itiflict punishment, i n n ... ... , . , ..... i wen. Cur.'is, whilo riding along ov tie -ithcrsees even-art with jiiundiced ,f . !-. , .." J .. . J i himself near the Prairie Grove b.ittle eyes.or vrrtcnas to. Ills letters are the i . c , , , , J x . igrounii, was Sred upon bv concealed i mere exubirance of his own il -temper! -,. . , ," .... , ... iguernilas, bat e-eaiied unhurt. ' -li,u . H.cvU Vl ma .u But t..e example thus . r J It!i frr,nt mninrilv ,f ll l,,,Ult,l,,r, J are workinS for n0 olLer pwP l!,an llial"all'"'buled to them by this coirt-s- I 1- t . . . 1 ? .!? IITIITlini Ht-TTn III , inn irttl'lll.tltl "'"""; "- l" ""- -' ""- na oaal,iea mlorinatioii ol the private coi.sultatioas of those v, hum he chooses I l0 rP0C. bJ th universally conderan- the merited contempt of all honombiu mtn. ' 77X2 , - " ' M' W' D-fcahay-' ' We d UOt L"0W ll0vV sluIlid tl,is 'en : llexuan is bul if ha ib nul llu: veritrsl ; 1. 1. ...i.i., ...i -.. ..... r i i ni .i . "'"" uuu u" ' U1 Iou:,li "e W,H " uio c''e the post of Distiict Jude, The . . .. " voice oi me people ot Kansas, ttirutigli -.. - a .j the bar, through the press, through the i legislature, his been uttered, Bnd it ! cannot be mistaken. He is condemned, """ roPudutcJ for " posi'ion, and ' ..... '? ' l hM U l0 " Under U'e """"'""" UB ""I' '- -ji upon au unwilling anu pioiesung people. Such an act iu society would subject an individual to be shown the door in short order, with au application f boulk'ati,er' or an CSL,orl ,0 l,. lock bout-leather, or an escort lo the lock- i. rw Will Delahay regard this expression the people, and reiire ? or will he lit to be kicked out ? a't to be kicked out ? " "atever else may happen, let us c,enn"antf Pur0's"Knr, equal m all re bling amber or golden syrup of the shop?, and entirely freft from sorghum ta.te. Experiments of a satisfactory nature, proving conclusively tthe fact, and the iune of ti.e piocess, were mado at the Derailment of Afticnltur.. m ... ". ' . , """ WasL,"ton' ,n lI,& I'ence of a r- .... num ber of peisons. S report says, and we l,0l)e ll U cfct. Sugar is too CI,OIIOO,SV ht8lt l " ll u:, mn .- ..-. .. i c . . r a- .- i -.., ...au. I.UVII i viiiusaiuu ;j,lrpm Eorglium any thing like as perfect- . . .... 1, ly us heie described, the pi ice will soon come down. If we aro to'depend upon j Louisiana and impoited sugar, we need not expect a fall in the price for some time o come after the war is over. Gen. wing. Has ceased lo command on iho Bor der. His administration of affairs there and in his entire Dis'lrict has been emi nently successful and judicious. It will require great s-kill, prudence and fore sight on the part of his successors to maintain the good order he has secured. Gen. Ewing will be remembered with gratitude when his traducers are forgot gen. We hope ho will find some oth er field where his ability will bo employ oil lo sere the countrv and where he may be appreciated. Mad. The indignant., nluia the office-holders' on big pay, continue to show alarming symptoms of madness We arc sorry for them; especially that class who have taken it upon themselves to go about the conntrv with "cut at.d dried" resolutions in their pockets, and having them passed at public meetings. It won't pay, gentleman, and you will find it out. You will lose your time and paper in the operation, and feel aw fully small about the time you "sqietza through the little end of the horn." Stop now, while you have some credit, and you miy recover; if you keep on the disease will strike in, and kill you "so dead the flies won't blow you." Kansas News. A son of Col. Cloud shot himself in the i high, nu.ki.ig a painful but no: dangerous flesh' wonnd.on Saturday, He had a pistol iu hi pocket, which -as b? some means discharged. j A great Gre broke out in I-IYC-ii- . . . '-aroiui, on Friday morning of last weeti, swci-ning Ihe south side of Delaware utiwtt from the corner Stettauer & IWs, New York Store down to iho (large biick conftclionary home. A i - number of business houses weie con sumed, r.ud the lo-s is estimated al8l 00,000. The same distik-t was burn ed in 1658. Il will doub'-lets be built up again speedily, and we trust in a far more iubstaMial mner. As an evidence that passion is far more furious and active than patriotism, behold the action of the personal par tisans iu our State at this time. Their j ' ,iC 1,mes Vl0lKS ,rom u,e x-iVoaa rnt.. ri- e . ti , n ed,.or of he I ree Pre and i JoublIess PennMi ll'M worJi wlth """ "n""' "UY ,l"., 1,u ":JS ' ....... 1 i ti... ii.. i... i ii n;Cr: "Gen. Jas. II. Lane will speak at v i lroy on tlie occasion of the 7th of April Uonvention. J.mies u a man we take B a very little slock in, but he's "nearly n on a speech They had a la.-ye rnilroad meeting iu Leavenworth a few evenings .ince, but we fear the city has not jet placed its raihoad interests on a solid basis. The legislature has passed juint res olutions a.kinj the removal of Sidnei Clarke, a. A. J XI. G. for (n.ss nbiiie of the State Executivo and unfitness; aUo proieslincr araint iho fnnfirin.iin.i - - " " "" f Delahav as District Judje. and in- struetuig our Senalois to vote aainsl ufs confirmation "; Thero Imvu been 260 bills iutio duced into the iegi.latun. during the piesent session, some -15 or 50 cf which have been passed. No new bills weie to be iutioduced after last Satutday. members are working away iu good earnest. News of the Week. In a recent speech at St. Lewisj Gen. ltosecraus.gave expiea.ion to the ful lowing conviciion: "I take great plea sure iu sajing ihat I havo a prolound conviction that tho struggle will he con- ciutieu eoon, that tlio contest will be over, that we shall have peace, Unit we shall have national seeuiity mid a fieo lepublican government, notwithstand ing anything that may now threaten The General is a m in oi sagacitv The State election next month will be held in about thirty-six counties. Theie will be noopositioa to ilurphy'8 election. Many transpaiciicies are be ing prepared, with his words when he ruelie.! Irom the icbel conven'ion, "You may rrn cold s eel ihrouirh in. Iipan but I will never vole for any damnable act of seces.ion." Theenthsuia.m for uira among loyal men is unbounded. Tho disagreement between the Cun ventiim and President Lincoln in te gaid to the lime of holding the election has beeu settled by the President -im-self, who.in a dispatch to Gen. Thayer says: "Whatever of confli.-t i,.,., ;. uetween the l.tmyentmn ami me is acoi - . . . ...,v ... denial, not designod, I hating acted in ignorance uiatine Loveniiou would act. .Ijjeld to the Convetition, ,;ml h-ivt'o notified, Gen Steele, who is master lo ou' any knot which cannot he un'ied A. LINCOLN atltl nriidcncn nn.I vnr.l --. ,.:,... Arkansas will be fully reprceu'ed in iho Louisville Freedom Convention. Delegates have already left. An immense supply train, with com- missariis. arrived yesterday, in safety, from Little Rock. Col. Adams, of the Kansas 12th, commanded the escort. Fitzwilliam's bushwhackers, who havo been home on a furlough, and committing some depredations in the Northern pait of the State.nbout Hunt ville, have mostly returned South. They have beencrossing the river in small bodies for a couple of weeks. Fitzwilliam's command hf.s been in corporated into the Confederate army; and he now reports to Price. Communication between Gen. Banks in Texas aud our foico. in Arkansas has been established by the arrival at Little Rock of Capt. Dunham.of Bank's staff. A concerted movement lo nipo out the rebels on this side the Mississippi is to be the order of the day. It is said that Mr. Fox Talbot, nn Englishman of science, has succeeded in pi od ucing an exqui-ito photographic engraving on steel. Tlie subject is a scene in Java, and it is assorted that CO00 impressions can be printed from such pljles without detcriOi.iti.iiu Neatly 1,000,000 bushels of coal have left Pittsburg, Pa. for punts be low on tlVe Ohio river. Cixcinx.-T-, Fb. 20. A special to the Commercial from Louisville Ify., says that Col. Gallup surprised Col. Ferguson's cominmJ in Wayne county Vn .captming sixty men, including Ferguson, bis surgeon, "two lieutenants, 00 stands of arms, a largo number of stolen horses and all the re bel supplies. It was Ferguiou's com mand 'hat can tu ret! Gen. Scammon. Ti to di-natc!l add.3 that I , GOO Union r " "i rsonen wore i cleaned. pirs The Montgomery (Ain.) Daily Mail has the following very .ijnilicHnt nn nutincemcnt: "Kumors of an evacuation of Kich moud are gaining credit. There is a miivprnpnt on foot H litoll will oreale -, . . ,i...n-.i,i.. i,t Rir.ln.Kiinl ihnn moie coi.S emaJion.nl Kn.hmon.1 tl nn anvthing that IT.' occurred during the " J ". Gen, Uilmoie seiwU tlie foHowmg ac count of successes in r lorid.i to Gen. HaliecL: - On the night of the Oth they p ..sed by the enemy, drawn up in line of b.it- ue ni uuiiji vinegar, seven miles Irom Jacksonville; surprised and capluicd a battery three nuUi in the rear of the .ar of tbe e-reached ornm', at camp, and nboui midnight re lir.r.i A ) til I cnnr!.'i Ki m. , n ' t.wtv. ftu'uk unji;n ti mJium''t v our approach the enetiiv abandoned and sunk the steamer St. Marys and burn- i n . i i t J r -i eil 20 Imles of cotton, a few miles ubuvo Jackson. j We have taken, .viiitout tho loss of a j noxi:TrEKscEUBK..TKSTOM..CH HIT man. about 100 prHoners. eight pieces ffiV,.. VuJfWt Of nttlllerV, 111 -Oftd COIldltlOn Unil well Jarial)IlrU.I uiilitlm f ovf rand Aruo. ir ," " sutiDiieo with-' niiiintiiiilion. ami otliorl l!". ""'" ,fl"?.s isor3.rt(--con..rtfu of tho .ill . , aluable property to a lariO amount. Tim ... M.. :-. . . I - ... ... .. w..jviiiiiuu nti nniiui ini"" ujpu. mni iu urin aiKut a healthy action in C'-.ni . i i !9ao f this nature. The l.ill;r aru i.oir amon- J00 commutation cI.IUH', the piyilient the n....: p.l.alar,andr.tthe M,n tuniTvaluahle of which exemnis until .mother call for troops is made after the tjitou is cotnp!eiu. Thare are no exemption, except from phy.sical or menial di.abi luy. All male slaves Kre linblo to draf the lojal master of a drafted ..lave recfiives S300, and the slave himself a bounty of 100. Moseby's guerrillas were t'ecentl flogged by our cavalry near Manassas Gap, with a loss lo them of 20 prison ers and 58 horses and equipments, bo- suits the killed and wounded. Our loss one killed and five wounded. Gen. Sherman is still pro'ressin"' fa.orable. He holds Moredi in.90 miles east of Jackjon, which gives him con tiol of the rebel r-iilroad commiinica lious to and from Mobile, nd cuts off the rebel communication by railroad in the wfsU'rn pait of the Confederacy east of tho Mi .iissippi. If he holds hi. ground, Mobile can bo struck at plea sure, unless re-enforced from a circuit ous roule. Bul he will probably pene trate further, aiid secure tin rebel sup ply districts of middle and northern Alabama. ....i ivra iujiuii iuu reuurai imce iu Florida at 50,000. We hope they will believe so, but it cannot exceed 10,000 or 15,000. lhoreBels report 15,000 troops at Mobile. u... - The icbels troops of Tennessee, Ken tucky and MissisM'pjii. are said lo lie gieully disaffected. Magruder" is said' lo have ', 30,000 tioops in Texas to oppose B.inks. Guerrillas continue to lire on boats on tint m;..;. ;...,: 1, ..!.... iY - '"""" uriuw luempiiis, 110'. however, doing much damage. James D. Clark, pay clerk in the mint at Denver, recently abscoundsd wiih 30,000. A captured document fiom the Chief Commissary rebel su h misted a iiuiu .... .iuain.1. weie cries OI re lief frnm ' Flnri.U 'l'i: 1 .1 . i lorida. 1 his shows tlj:t au invasion f .1.... e..... .- wi win. oiate was opportune Gen. Hallcck has means of verj re liable souiees of in formation from the K'bel armies. What they me. we do not certainly tifbw, but probably much intelligence of value is received ihrouoh spies. A tli.patcli from Gen. Banks says one ntiic,,corapiny, of rebel Iroops enmo within our lines and availed Uiemsc-Ives of th- amnesty psoelainnti.n. in Florida shows that the banui: Juno, uf the Aroprici.11 Acriculturist. l c 1 c . . J... ' '" "i-",'A. VylOTII Vr.lOEr. PPlv of beef and iinn I. --. -Wrth nUih. tn.Mi,,,-. -..OE..- ""- - . , --...-....... mut 11 iiiuiu limn 1 'ATS thiouirliout tl... R..... I, o.i r.... l?7" hv"v n tho uvinS of mt. ! The rebels say their batteries havo 'been shelling our forts on Moris Inland, and that the Yankees have nbandoned Jolinons Island. Gilmore is after other game. All right. A rebel cannonier, one and l'3If miles from our ba'teiiea on Morris Is land, recently showed his contempt of our gunners by an indecent exposure of his person, when one of the men ?imed a 12-pound Wiard steel cannon at the fellow and blow him fifty feet into the air into fragments. It is stated that 14 entire regiments have been recruited from tlie".inoitntan regions of East Teun., Georgia, Alaba ma and North Carolina for our army. A man and his wife were recently expelled from the Treasury Department, Washington, where they had been cm ployed, for giving information to the refcels. The woman wrote to her rebel fiicnds: "One woman can accomplish moie with officials here than fifty men can do." That is a sad showing for the moral of the Capital, and but a poor recommendation of the woman's virtue. Quite an excitement has beeti caused in Michigan over the reported discovery of silver mines iu that State,ucar Lnko Superior. Speculators arc already en deavoring to make money out of the matter. TO CONSUMPTIVES. C-'HSjnipvJvo iuficrerj will rco ive a Valuable J rfsc Jpilon t r tno ctireol lyOuu!tion. t-iii' ntn, ..ron.bhis, and Throat and I.uii aifcciioii.. Kfrcaorctn-uc,) byscndin their nitdrpMS to v Kcv. HDWAIti) A. WILSON, WilHamsbtirtr, Kinca Co-inty. -1S2 C,v ?2 New Ywk. Snvo Vot:r f.ifc. " DYS-'EPKIA. CcrsiriLAs, Kicxir Con tlai.nt. b-ii-lt n 1 Nervous U .r.du-ho. Neu- raJjjia.t-raui, Tetter, Bail). r"i Iicli anll'ald- ne A Trrotifc tin the Above Ji-'.3-e3 with , lllti8 Spteur m'u, VmuAiiesT cswwufn,. ; IO aay addrt-. A(Jdr....s s C. WHAM, .W 25 ( .UillU L.JUU- .rt" , I J.IlUUCI,.i.M, U Tlii J-'.-4itcIi Prevcnti re. tIGHTIjV fcigiioj. trriCTirAt.LV rccvtT LS ra .'tiioct tiic use yr meiucj.nk be ihv" ue of -The ru'chl'revcntirr," ilic gtcatcit in veniion f o nse. 'icel. bent post-pud lZAa,: .o!imr.if.. thf.rni'rr. . Mnva Or h.tUK- Cucuiats st'iil lref. j rjpept.t Can b i r)VSJElwiAj o wb I l ing.valdj aH.iicwto"U; , Cuac." fh- tflstn of tin be CiircJ. IIOIV LOXObTAM)- raiir' DTsrcesM fh- flbsti of tin Ucnjcily nre tnily nrgieaJ. iry it nnd beconvmc-J i'neo.fla frnl2iiK,",."i!,t" l,,;,,lW f,5 !''S',F k' '''"'. -SS'Wlih hilith.t., I'mlaJ.lpli a, I'a. .Ciuularnacat free. 1S2 Cat -J i Migoj.no ..rau. ror ne hVrer and Acae Uie.-e l perhaps no medicine In the world equal tu It. a m1 """" Pf"'- and reiitenUhea the blood, which (pecinrs in the medical world, in r.. ..,.,,. n..-. a to lb. pubtir, w rs fulli conscious of doln- taeina jrrnat .err... kno In-, as o d...thtfir man? eieellent qj.Uti., and s.ro and .iw4dy action in all cases w hire the dtae J, enuj.,1 1. ,rr-.larli ol th .Iljr-lla organs. A trial Hill suRi.-j forthe avst ssei.a.aL j- , See a.lvcrtis.ut. tor sale l.y Dmrgl.is and dealers ffuncrally. ov eryirhertf. ,V-lss FKM.tl.3: FKMA1.EK! FI.M.U.K5T Ifeat -, l'-riAT l::lanr known as HhLAtUOLUrs, KXI KACT KCCHU. ror all I omplahits incident .. tho fc'ex, Xd fjn.ih shrrald he i.Itlroiii It, ai 0, wlIt H hcn , . -, b thorn. It Is uol i.r V-irwi- . wr. fW. In Ihe decline or clmnei. oV U(e, ltf,rt and ttrr halcKtr eausd iriVti,.f U.SI-. .NO MORU V.oKTlIlJiSS PILIS! TtKE Iir.l.MIiOI.D'S kvtb irr itit'iiir See Adrertlsemont in another column, ifm out. nd send fr it. im-iii lm-lfj. itSTDRUNKENKISS CUR D.Sf rpiIE rnebriatp mar now !i.l Ucfimce to lli i.vu.T1n!;u11, 6r..ZANK A.T.I10TI. rf)!t hTRONO DPJNIC is a certain cube rou ufiiNKJN.vs. Ii creates n dulikn for stron-' ilriuk. iinil .in hn -,.,;..;. ...... i .:.. .," kuowlcdgpof t'ie j o.ent Vt ce.1 .- U,x. Sent Jiymsi.io aX1y n,JrC3i, by S C. CI'ilAM. 403 Chrttnut Mreot, riiihiWidtla. !',. Cireul-rs i til In. Cm- TARI?. ASTED S - ". V I T I- C3 , , V tf t i i j , . -.3;, VJ -U Y?t19i!:iJsl r3 .. - . , JL. ri r. s . -- s nja-rro i'-.rjr.;vsrt3wris .'f.fl tS?s h&&lM c 'j. r: cz PIMM'S iji A jpstw imn-8 .$ ' 1 r. i . - . -. nte;, zz ;'- t n w - ' "- Uul ' 1: 1 .L !" MJ JOQ- WJTEELS J z niK 0iI.Y WRINGER WITH THE I'ATE.NT Cog Wheel Regulator, U'hi h rostTivEt.r nrcVtntj i. ,n r.. Breaking or Twisting on The Shaft. It was pronounced surcrior 10 nil ntl.., . .1 ' Fia.T n lliu f Is- ea wire practical nn li.mic-. cjr rii-.i. it t,ok xhf Fin lhpiui!i oil'l n. nrcri.ir.l tt I'rrmiurn.itlhc fcw York StiloFuir- V . l . . . "." -UM.. . . isiri i,.i ia,'i vi.-nii.ii.,i-cnii.yivttiiia. Iowa, Illinois ami Michigan Sunto Iir. 15fi.'l, An 1 tounty tnirti will out nnmber. iiitiiiai more are rcverallcjni..vifiirly t"" "."-r',i':.,V ""..l ron.lder it minti nl1 "nl ,na ,Vr'"Sor bt. fitle.1 vrnli Co", oilier- ' ;' nw. "I enrrncnt. ,Ny clotf il7e role. and lie rollt.ra nnon tl, ..!,'. i... i? '. "''lr' and the rollers tipen the crank tlmluhpniidlea? the clot ir. or Ihe niMir b-rnk lotM ftim - .,.....j .,.,,,t. uult ajitrcenflitntnt.lo xtrolictli en the rro,rcilorc.iTt:Bi:tol:j IVopenliamul. and inrrsomte the Hmken don n Constitution. .an O ' i mm. SSilali r WnrM' Kair.it l-onlon. 1802. It t..ok the .'a1.KSt.2 at the great Fuirf I iho Akieic. briTUTE 111 !at- orK UltV. IS3. .u h.r like in Z rnn 11 S vVu",.1" ",e Vntl ma,!o il attiUOI. ASXNhW aluriiia: v F L'RVPaii- CONST A. NT USE." mi LA IIS We hare -scvun sizts Irom S5 50 to &20 ' ri,- . COG-WHEELS, Hnl ate ivaubanted in every iianicuh' Oa receipt oi the prier, fr-.m pt..fc. whero n one is -clhng, we will sn.l iho U. C. W rrrc OFpEs.E hatwec,p.ciSlvWat-8'.;,l CANVASSER in every town. We oilor tjUmi !nI,iccm.nu anJ jjuaran-eo Ihe ra.Iu.ivo j.io ,u"ctmeDls n.c DROWNIiVO, -17 llroaJivay,tcw votk. THE ELEGANT & SUPERIOR BOOT AND SHOE m Wholesnlc and Rciail, by w. & J. I VEY, Sign of Golden Boot, 66 Delaware Street, J. B. Davis'ld Stand. Our stock is very largo and en tirely now. Bought of the manufacturers in the East for iho cash, and wc arc determined to f Make Prices Suit Customers, Those wishing anything ia our Jine will do well to call before purchasing, and see our slock. We guarantee to tho ladies to give them a better fit, a nicer shoe, and for less money than any other House in Town. Our Work is Custom-made. We also have a fine Stock of Ilais and Caps OF THE LATEST STYLES, AND AT LOWEST PRICES. CALL AMD SEE! J5T Don't forget the place. W. & J. 1VEY. IT Jl Ill ... , . ... ".ad.iiJ.1. 113-tl rh 181 ,...-.., ,-,... -,r. , .,,., RIM AlinCAll II I II PCI I. (inI 117 J."v"" ; -....-. v,.- I l,i!rMll. V. iM I'.iS rt. I I II Importers &. Dealers in GLASS, QUEENS ' JBrittania a?d Plated TABLE CUTLERY, TRAVS. ICinKIXfl nr.ARSRS.l ' ...- GOAL OIL LAMPS, dc No. 05 Delaware Street, LEAVENWORTH, KS. liOtf Groceries, Seedi ar ASI IMPLEMENTS wBantTpeest, soli: oents .or david LANDi.ETiiiksoxs' Pun; Warranted (Men SmKj n rr v.nn, B. , I C H. JIcC0RMIi3K & BHOS. Mower & Reaper, II. A. PITTS it CO.'s Threshing Machines. TJI7G .lull afs-ikop co.iaiantV on hanJ a V ucue scppLr tf Plows, Harrows, Fanning i".Iill-. Corn Cultivators, WiW Drills, Hay Utikes, Ganden Tools, And Other Implements Too Xttmeiotis to Mention. AlJiO A FIXE STOCK OF Field and Garden Soeds ! Which we shall Wl.aiuvr Fmsii axd Pckk. ...(HI... Our aaocKRT Tradb will be con'tinu. J upon a Miicu Laugfr Scale t'ie coming spns.m. Wo -hall be prrpaml to fill any citiiea's h.lkutor counlrjHiairu wagon with good thjugs ai as low pricu aa any house iu the ciiy. Thankful lor th patronise ami ftiemMiip Wt.itred hiwi niin .1". (1?X'' we wl" s,rive ,0 uet it ia th future DO NO V FOIWET THE fh.VC'E, AT0, 141 SI1AWMEK STREET.- 13l-6m I.KAVEXWORTir, KAX. To All Who Use a Pen. A GOOD COZrD PEN Is aKays rea.ly and teiiaUo, anl, if adapted lo the hand, iiinki-a writing a ploawur.', not a lak Th lbllntiiii !. ... i 11 ?." 1 ",aRVr ""Jrejapm p-osrcis with nGold Pen lh.ii wish any 'oihcr, t-rcau.r the amo pr.uie alway. product-s the same rcriilt and tbuproiicient is belter a.li-fied with hw ul Iwr. Ucatoo of tho iinifonnily of his wcitinL' an.l the cise by which it is pndiictl vct"lDS IX UKI.NO XEW rsss. in.. suitecniKT iiM-8 no .oMt r. Tm gold at il,e poist is broue it u a t.f, t r:-.." .-Ll ..' point sinks is.l.s it, al.a ihs.o bicoWwo metal, cntir. ly imrm-ns, tn'ibf, utt-.w of th. jcuI.1 1.. ink.. 1 h,. cu be .l.ijeTn malciua new w. Ueauip. the soli! Htaow than ihtt,, fimw as hick u it i alter the penitrollnl to ihawop. cr iiamic.3 oi mo lim.bed state. K P WlltiX ItVi in- n..,..,.;. ,. . i -..... i... vi.- 1.1t -oMtT inat be 11-ed wh ch 'will melt sooner limn the cold ol. which Hi..r... jJJl.Il TDet ...-. ... .....(i. nn, ,,,, imoaa obu atlorni lie Lln-tioity dreKd, and th p.( ,at ed to' a ml knowiin: fr..m Uiig whence that repoiw e.1 pns ran rarely siVB .aiUfacii .rt, lb, sub. ib- i..ih. ;.. -hi :.i. . y.,u?w uwer- UilUK.N TEX TEN State at what angle yon. hold thoVrf n ll U p per, and whether a113r.lv,. ri,t'... :"A .f? urMi. T...ve,.iuubi;;V,d?or!y;, IT Will Kn-iitlv ns.ita in m..ll.. i..r. l,-"!",c" sVnyoiie Hemlin-a .in.K. i ," .","f.Jrou' 7,1 JfSTu ul" .with -' WiSTv? a. t.i.- ' . - i. l. buui n uierunnuia win uu,-;- , -rrr ; ,rr'.v""J"aI . "'mi . i J of August, A. . 1S80. and which said tacts of tad Well to gIVC USa CaH'before purchasing. 'were nrsaid plaintiff and Ms wife, onthesecoad mmEWM within ten da) solter its recep:ion, if aiatiinl "A. Morion, ' ami not ad.Pi Wjour hi id K una in what r.pm ji might b0 improrcd 'U will be ihe (mm nil. in l.,,!.;"r.rr.VV.toU .uir, A. iUORTON. '.rlV...;j 1U,T-,'V?''i":KJli" "?""" Order of FtblkatiM STAT V. OK K -NSA8, ) . CorxTr ok Jcrrcssox. . " - In the District Court of the First Jodiriu I inct o Kansas, sitting ia Mid ComHt rfi! I son, J J- Sa-coi-i, PUSntlll I Bsldtvin, Orlando Darling and Hdn.?iT7"'0"! I???' rendanU. "i. You. tfieaboTO namc4 XaiUuL iaia,ge. - br noti .tfl by publieaUoa hertf fcSC T "The I ndciiendenf for iix MaeTJJl4 Hie aiiore namco lli-UK Sar-rox-fe Wa2"a( Pctitiou In tbe sboye re entiU 4 Mil mum iTT " iira-u ocieBuanu, id iae above airn 7? r nml. m'm wberain wld ilill la now peDdior, UwkLr nbich artd the prayer ofiald pnluoo wTjCr plalnliDr lo rccorJudnneBl again Uie Swr" il defendant, Charles KotiisoB,JWgnHZ? and William ... Slmpaon, for the a!r--il'1 lo-ctber with isrerest thereon lttivnt'rtSm'. cent, per annum from the Ifith day of Khr.''t 1. ltfBl,dneacd owlnj to aald .la!a .!?!? defeodabtt, CLariea Kotiaaoo, 8eM?s ! and U'tlllaio A. . Mmpson, aaand for lb. MtTS coii.ldoratlon of midloT which said cLr . S 1ZIU day of F.lmtory, A. B.KI,-.M 3rJ? wife, by their Herd of that dale, cftnerad I i? i said Cliarle Hobicaon. KobrtS. SI,iJSj,i lam A. Simpson Ihe fnllowlnr described kM land, situate, lying and being la u,e Conttatui tenon end ."tale or Kansa. naa-tly, (ha aotHu JJ quarter of Uia north-east quarter of frstoaj Hon oumlierthirtT 3j,and tb aaiwwv2a salt orthcat inarter f (aid tnnkJ!?, ? umuber thirty (3C), and loUnqabw Jfo i!T? sTen (7):and eight (g) in said rratUoWsaSlIrL'. ber thirty CO), all In tawesatp ntTUaS2: of ranje number twenty (9)east; T wlEi? mentioned sura of money, ttTlflM ltato!v; interest thereon, Ualso dqe aud owing iilu? til from said defendants, Ckarfes Bobliatou!: S.Stciren- and WllHan A. Blap-o., j g Instrurucnt of writing, made and sHTcmtj! tu the said plaintiii; ou said I5U day af f e A. V. 1CI, wherebrfhey bound thenueluaujT unto the said plaintiff the sum of (CJWM faTI and maLncr following, to wii: $3Jttff cwil" so-.n as said plaintiff should receive tnmStoJ, eminent of the United States t A merit aaatalt in f-u simple aud clear or all tneambrueaa TZ above described traata of. had, aad rfaaH . a iCtxxt and raliu conveyance, of said pmtJscaiaS simple frao of alt Incumbrances, thereby eoavnX said tracts of land to them; the said ChtAm KatS sun, KobertS. Stevens aad VtiUiamA. -!-T Ineir heirs or asjign. ; andteMM more A: to have been by then paid lo the said tfaiattfikm months after the pay meet aforesaid should km been made-, and $600 00 more thereof to hav be. paid unto John Baldwin for aad ia behalf of feaiaU plaintiff, in thrse mon.Jis from the time of Ihe Mr mcr.t Hrst above provided fort' which said trxCnf lind were, od the UOt day of August, A. B. Mtf in fee simple, frea and dear of all toawtfiaceWr letters Paten: (Jalylsscd by and under the aaWo il? of the Oovernmentof lha United States otlm erica, by the Praaident 'of (he tilt TJaHed SbtL, patented to aaid plaintiff uaderasd by.vktaa ef tte Seventh Article of ihe Treaty between theUaktdt -iai3 i i-ucficaaiiu uicoiviaware Jfweorisdi. aus, concluded on'lbe 30th day of Jfay,A.D.tML ..! . r w mr . . t -7lh 1h . i fc - - L m T I and approved, with theamendnwsistIieTeto.bvi ' !... in.-.. r .!.. : 1 T.-:...-- ..-. .. ' t ? QOi1 i(---tu-uh .. uiutu uuifn -Hiics,oaiaa sudsv .date, again conveyed tctl.e sard ChartiaRoWassa, , Robert Sitcvcns and William A. Simpaoa la km .altnpre, free of all inenmbnnce, fora rousldenlioa insai.l lajt meuUiiicIdeed reriteJ ast6,0M,to . i.. ....i.l i.- .1 -. . .i.i . .?. .:. . . ' . ii.' "''H'"'u.MinBi.ii- j i.ui ai-i .-i a-u.ica certain deed dated eTtka 1(Y juit. .. u. I .-.', u hereby said plaintiff tomtjrt I all his richt, title, interest and claim In snd to ti ' tald tracts of land, t- the abovj- aamed defcalsjit, Sidney Cl.rko : aud for the Court to Sad tbe so nant dae uld pUlnti-T by roaon of the several sut lers afores-iM. and five him Ju.-j-intul thercfera gainst the ron. . wins the same to ftin, boss of J ihe several sinus of money aforesaid, or any put of elUierof them having ever been paid, either la. all ptaintiCor to the above named itefendacUjaka S dno to tl liaidwin: anJ that said tracts or land besold.asji prnccetisansiBg irojosuca aaie wareot is to tlio satisfaction of such iaJsueal aa-1 rou of thtj sail, and the amount, so fosad to the said rdaintiff: and that the defendants Isl. am snii. and every i-erou cuunins iiy. rrom. ' tlipmgU or under them, or any or either of Ihen. jl forever barr-d and foreclosed ef and from all I and every nirlitand eouitrof redenzloa an-1 o cr right whatever of, on. in or to the aforesaid Lids n hi.4 r-!" inav reniui von. the saJ Martha Kabwauiu axa further aatiitd Uiat ou are rC3lf ?! to anssrer said PcliUoa es or . tfiire th eighth. day of Jlpnl, A. V. JfsM.snJlhat. unL-ssyoa antarer the iae on 'or before the day Iat namdl. said petltUn will be taken a true, aid 'judgment rendered accordicIy. CLOUGli& wheat. JatiH mis mi uay oi rerurr, ... u. icot. jUOT 53 70.U 23 0,J8 Au'ys for Plstnt! i PASS NOT BY! ItfNIFXS, MILLIiN'GTOX&ft," WlOLESALE A KCTAli: DEAf-ERS.W DNTGGQ.m, BOOT. k SnOfi-'Y-HATSiCAPS, And E veij Uiicg You WaatL - :' " ' ' T FOR THE LADIES WEHAYX J ne Rs: Anr tme(.t of SPress GoGthy"' CJoaks, Hoods, Ufa 'l To be Found id the Jfatbet., ,' U 00 -: - . ' 011 THE .GENTLEMEN" We Have Erery Tiirir ly'or "' l '" CLOTHINftS.. CLOTHS . , .- , ToFureih.a ,tn. ' COMPLETE OUTFIT'' ' " " 'OfBotlr-t : W' Under and, ,Qmyr&Wm And the Needlq Covering andF rqtectioa fet Ckwhs f Bead& Sfsrtf Ftttl THE. FAR CHILIRE1.4!,! tC8EI8 EVERY ARTICLE m$m, FROM LEAST TfrlORBATEST! A Fine Display of Common, Halo, Bnd! 2&3PUQarpets. Allrof Which will be' Sold HiU Most RcasonaM Priceg.- !W 1 1 ' j ii qi, Piy ' REMEMBER TdR MACE No. 52 Delawaii.Stre t LE,Y VWOIJlS. DAX,;; Ifi9 3m . n were kued (a Vi. lLCiiin. h. .iikUi. Coiyt of said Coupty and U.lAA!l.Mraw having chJirna tga,inf said eeUt. tire rjjaired tocthibit them trsi1lwa. w;ik:n.r rt1Ur,r,te0t U lottCTf. . Aty aybe rter Uir date ot fK& K8.-f.ft .-K-! irntn 111 it -t. nr d.:j 1..1 .." .....' Cliarlc. I.ojliison, KoUrt I. Sterna. Kimjuon, -Manila RoMmob, Hcon 77!?r". I-" ! Ilti Bias-It , J. P. BUIiop. it. 3. luSlS'i of land, and eat h aud every of them, frosaacdaft- cr such kiU Ibereor; and that aaid plslatilT mij bitt nch nt!ter ami fartlier relief in lite premises t as lil ca may r.nulre and Ue be entitled to. JtstST mmmm XTOnt'K to ItenAr p;cr tiii on Oi Jih day I ot MMjaij, 18ieUe:AdiBunio on tho Estate of William B tVppiaj-. deccasttt, late ol1 JsflVmin iTJiiM'fVTFnikt. 1 113 -j .uawtn -inc. New Yorkv er birr. d. V. II. COPPhXGEK, l$ 3w3.'d At'RMatomier. !.