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THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY MAECH 19, 1864.
sift wz 31 Ste nflcpmM OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. J. W. ROBERTS. Editor. ?l?urdty, March 19, 1 861 The Indigs. We publish bj request (and cheer fully as a matter of news) the proceed ings of the indignants in this place ou Thursday evening of last wek. It will be seen by that report that we have 19 indignants in this region of country, but it is worthy of uote that uot one of them will consent to tie to Lane they txpressly say iheir indig nation is not in his behalf, lest the public should be led to conclude they belonged to him, and like -poor Trayf be punished for being found in bad com pany. The whole thing is the most hollow sham that folly could wrap itself in. One of the indignants said the next day that he did uot know but Carney was or would be his Grst choice for Senator, "and yet he had denounced the legisla ture for giving him his probable choice a little iu advance! That is somaliim; singular. But "the whole thing is so j the requisite qualities to make an tffi ridiculoun that only a novice will take ciinl head of the city government; and the pobilion assumed by the sore-heads the whole country being interested in in general. The idea of a U. S Sena-1 the result, we feel that it is not out of tor being elected by the people is tome- 'place to express a strong" desire for his flit twr new in Mir ... ...... i rri . . o "" "- Bu"-,,,u":," J" constitution gives thai power to the log- islature, and until within a verv few years the idea of a U. S. Senator mix- iug up with politics was unheal d of. Ihe first occurrence of the kiud in the ,onel of the lGih regimenl, Gov. Carney history of :he nation was the canvass set a good example. It is certainly of Mr. Lincoln and Mr. Douglas in II- time that men of moral worth and in lmois some five or six yeais ago. And'legrily should be recognized in these even that canvass was conducted on the 'nntters. It is unfortnnate that so ma" broadest principles, and the subject of the senfttorship was not mentiotied in the discussion. It was simply a con test between the Republican and Dem octatic parties, in which Mr. Lincoln's parly had a respectable majority of the popular vote, but was yet defeated for the Senate and Mr Douglas elected, be cause of.ihe Democratic majority in 'he legislature, not lacked by the popular vill. Did Mr. Lincoln complain? Did tl.o P I.K. r in- . . .... .iuuiiiKiis oi liunois oecome in dignant over the lesult? Undoubtedly i noU JEhey. hail tnnjnuohwod. for that kind of stupidity. They knew the legislature had the right to elect that thai right was constitutionally vest ed in it that they (the people) had yielded it up; and now that'll had not resulted as they hoped, they wire not like the little boy who trades for a slick of candy, and after the candy is eaten up. get "inJignant" and cry for the cent back again! No, these men were made of different stuff. Our citizens took but little interest jd.y. The following are the anpoint " the matter. Same of them niav moms for tl.U n.r,i - mink it was inexpedient to elect a Sena tor this vear: bat wo rinnht !f tl.r ,, fifiy men in fie County who are really sorry that Mr. Carney was elected, or indignant that Lane is defeated; for this, after all, is the shape the thing must take. The meeting the other wight was no just expression of public sentiment. Nineteen men can be rais ed in half an .hour to endorse the elec tion of Gov. Carney. No right has been taken from the people they do not ote for U, S. Senator, as we have already said and the whole indignation movement is a trick of office-holders, ir our people were indignant, they have the intelligence to find it out and the manliness to express it, without import ing speakers from abroad to inform them of the fact, Certainly these iti ler aiit indignants estimate the common sense and intelligence of the people at a very low standard, to thus presume to go about and teach them that they hare been defrauded. Such an assump tion would be an insult to the people but for the fact that it is such a trans paient humbug, and so perfectly ridic ulous, that it does not rise to the digni ty of an insult. Our own feeling .is that if anv class W indignant, let them enjoy their iudigua- ! uon. u it jrireg tuem Mj pleasure thus to feel, we woahl be very far from robbing tbani of the enjoyment of such n state of happiness but we cannot get dowu to tbul level for pleasure ourself, and very few of oar citizens desire to take enjoysaest in that way, having as pirations for something nobler. And that is about the sum of indignation in this community. Secretary Chase withdraws his name from the canvass as a candidate for Piesideat. We are not disappoint ed in oar expectations. We said at the outset that Mr. C. would not suffer him self lo be ased in any manner to divide or distract the friends of (be Union; and so ii turns out. Now, if Gen. Fremont will lake ihe same position, all will go on well. Mr. Lincoln is evidently the choice of the great body of tho people and should be unanimously supported, ' James L. McDowell. This gentleman is a candidate for Mayor of Leavenworth. We do not know a man who is belter qualified for the position. It would be a sorry day for tiie city should her citizens fail to elect him. but we do not believe they will. Ordinaiily we take no part in municipal elections, but the whole country i interested in this matter at present deeply interested; and we can assure our business fiiends of the city that there is more involved in the result of the election than appears on the sur face. The real, substantial and perma nent prosperity of the trade of Leaven worth is involved iu no small degree. If the business men of the city wish to divert large amounts of trade from them selves to other points, let them hare a city government which will not secure men from robbery and plunder; which will not bring thieves and robbers to justice when they go there with stolen goods and stock. At present (and we do not say it by way of censure in any direction, but simply as a fact existing.) there is a feeling of distrust tswards the city. It is a matter of common remark that "if ja thief gets into L?arenworth he is safe." The result of such a feeling is too obvious to require elucidation. We believe that Mr. McDowell has election, we Delieve i:o is the verv Inan for ,ie pnce. --. ' Col. W. R. Davis. j In selecting Dr. Davis to be tho Col- jnj men in command appear to "neither fear God nor regard man;" and this is one fiuitful source of the great corrup tion which has crept iu at so many points, and of the lawlessness which prevails in so many places. We hope the Govenor will have an eye to the moral fitness of men for the places of trust, as well as to their na tural abilities. "Is he honost, is he capable?" is the compou d question ' which should be asked and answered af- firmatively in all cases of appointments ,Tho greatest cau e for. appialiaupion in our country is, that the flood-gates of corruption, which are opened will sweep the land with p. deluge of crime, and fraud, and lawlessness.which will be felt long after the war is over. We need honest men in places of commind above every thing else, just now. Eansas Conference. Tht Annual Conference of the M. E , - . .w. LEAVENWORTH DISTRICT. L. D. Price, Presiding Elder; Leav enworth City, D. P. Mitchell; Atchison. R. L. Harford, Dr. Davis; Etston, B. F. Bowman; Oskaloosa, L. F. Walden; Monrovia, A. G. Channel; Grasshopper Falls, ; Mi. Pleasant. ; White Cloud, D. Dickinson; Troy, J. Laurence; Doniphan, S. W.Loyd; Hia watha and Sabetha. G. L. Williams; Wyandotte and Quindaro, W. Marlatl; Wyandotte African Church, O.B. Gard ner, Chaplain in the army, J. S. Cline, the same. II. D. Fisher is presiding elder of ihe Baldwin City District; G. W. Paddock returned to Lnwrence, S. Brooks chap I in in the army, James Shaw presiding elder Hartford district; J. J. Earley transferred tc the Missouri and Arkan sas Conference and statiored at Frank lin, Mo. These constitute the miuislers best known lo our citizens. The session of the Conference was harmouious, and the reports from the various fields of labor show a prosper ous condition of ihe Church. " T tW Arlemus Ward was in Leaveu worth a few days ago, and the printers had a big time. Artemus had a scrim -mge with the Indians up in the moun tains, and visited the dominions of Brigham Young; but escaped the perils in both places came off with a whole bkin and wives. without one of Bri "ham's Missiosart. The Missionary Socie ty of the Kansas M. E. Conference re port $1,709,39 as the aggregate of col lections the past year. Over 00 of this amount was raised in this (Leaven worth) district. This is nearly double ihe nmount raised the preceding year. The officers of the Society for the en suing year are, Rev. D. Dickinson Pres ident; Rev. H. D. Fisher, Vice Presi dent; Rv. T. A. Parker, Secretary; Rev. L F. Waldrn, Treasurer; Revs. L'oyd, Bowman, Studeaan, Haun, Har ford and Feisel, Managers. Read the advertisement of Geo. Far- Mr, of Leavenworth, in another col- urn, Aspects In looking over the entire field of the civilized world, there are presented to the mind several phases of events which are calculated to awaken reflection. In our own land, which has been un going the 'baptism of blood', as a kind of atonement for national sins, there are harbingers of a belter day, whieh give hope to the mind. Liberty is steadily advancing, and with rapid strides, towards entire recognition and permanent establishment. Rebellion is growing weaker, and must certainly be "crushed out," ere a great length of time. Hence, notwithstanding there are some drawbacks, the general pros pect here is favorable for the best re sults. In Mt-xico all is confusion. The French have possession of the country almost entirely, and there appears to be no prospect of a speedy quiet there which shall be permanent. Indeed, there seems to be but little hope for Mexico, except under the protection ol the Stars and Stripes, Central and South America aie in much the same condition as for years nast to-dav at neace. to-morrow at war. There is no settled peace upon a lasting basis, nor is there likely to be until the masses of the people are bel ter educated. But Eurpoe, next to our own country, presents features of most obsorbing in terest. The long- evaded collision of arms has come at last, and every na tion is agitated. If a general war slio'd ensue, it is hardly possible to conjecture - i resulls.but it is probable no nation wo'd come out of the conflict as she went in, boundaries would be changed, old king doms demolished in some intances, and, best of all, most likely, the people wo'd become the controlling power in the old world. Altogether the present is one of lbs eventful eras in the world's history, and before the close of the present decade Liberty will probably have made a cen tury's stride towards universal domin ion. It is true most strenous efforts arc being made to end the war in Europe, which may prove successful; but it will only be a covering up of the embers; the fire is there, and sooner or later it will break out in a flame which cannot be quenched except in blood. These are the days when man is to become tho power in the earth in his own right. Delegates. The delegates from the Kansas Con ference of ihe M. E. Church tn attend the General Conference of the Church, which meets at Philadelphia in May, are Her, H.D. Fisher, and Rev. J. Den nison. The reserve delegates are Rev. L. D. Price and Rv. G. W. Pnddock. The delegates and reserves are all good men. The News. But little of general interests has transpired during the week. A few skirmishes make up the sum of miltary movements. Gun. Grant has assumed the command-iii-chief of all tho armies, and has arranged ihe Department and corps commanders. The President has called for 200,000 men in addition to the 500,000 previ ously called out, and the draft is to take place for the last number ordered as soon as possible after (he I5ih of April. The election in New Hampshire has resulted in a grand Union victory 6, 000 majority ou the popular vo'.e, and a heavy majority in tht legislature. How soon we may expect grand movements in the army it is hard to tell possibly not until after the draft. Lient. Gen. Grant has been assigned to command all the armies of the United States. Gen. Halleck is relieved from duty as General-in-Chief, nd assigned to special duty at Washington as chief of staif of the array. Gen Sherman is assigned to the com mand of the division of Mississippi, late ly commanded by General Grant, com prising the departments of the Ohio, the Cumberland, Tennessee and Arkansas. Maj. Gen. McPherson is assigned to the command of the department of the Tennessee, lately commanded by Gen. Sherman. Lieut. Gen. Grant will establish his headquarters in the field with the re spective armies, operating under his personal supervision. W. W. Rampage. David Piitchetl jmd wife, and James Pritchett were en camped on Salt Creek, near the bridge, last night, when they were roused up about midnight, by three men dressed in soldiers clothes, who said they were on duty, and obliged to examine their wagons and papers. The gentlemen opposing it was all right, came out of their wagons, when they were asked for their pocket-books; Supposing they were simply undergoing an elimination they gare them ap. After the robbers had got all their nancy, they got on their horses and started toward this city. Messrs. Pritchett lost about $500 all ihey had and Mr. Rtmxge 840. They were coMj'Bg to the city to bur goods, and lh loss is very hard on the former gentlemen, as it leaves them al most penniless. Bulletin bth. The Cold Snap. On Saturday last the wcalher turned cold, and was quite windy and disagree able during that and the three" subse quent days, but moderated a little on Wednesday. It was a clever little snap of winter, and put gardening back for a time. Pursuant to public notice, the citi zens of Oskaloosa held a meeting on the evening of March 10th, to take under consideration, the action of the late Leg islature in electing a U. S. Senator, suc cessor to J. H. Lane, A. Sinnard was called to the chair, and M. R. Dutlon elected Secretary. The object of the meeting was stated, when Judge P, C. Schuyler, and Mr. J. Oldham, were called for, and addressed the meeting, after which a vote was taken to appoint a committco to diafl and report resolutions.and passed unan imously. The committee appointed reported (he following : That, Whereas, the Legislature of Kansas, did, on the 9th day of February, 1864, go into joint convention and elect Thomas Carney U. S. Senator from Kansas, more than one year before the expiration of the term of tho picsent incumbent, J. II. Lane, and Whereas, we, the citizens of tho 19ih Representative district, look upon our late Representative, and Senator, as en tirely unworthy of the confidence of the people.they have misrepresented, there fore be it, Resolved, that wo emphatically de nounce the proceedings above refercd lo, as a lie conspiracy on the part of the Governor and Legislature to wrest from the people their constitutional rights to express their voice in the selec tion of a representative iu the highest branch of the national councils, a con spiracy conceived in wrong, and brought forth in conuption, and one to which a free people will not ism-dy submit. Resolved, that we iuvite all citizens , of Kansas, without regard to party or politics, to unite with us, in condemna tion of this usurpation of our rights, and attempt to force upon us a. U. S. Sena tor, without first giving us an opportu nity to express our choice, or uUhes. After tliH reading of the resolutions, upon motion lo adopt, a spirited debate ensued, as it had been previously de termined by certain persons, lo vote down any resolutions that might bo re ported adversly to (ho action of the Legislature, aud various amendments, and substitutes wen offered until a member of the committee proposed to muiuiuw me resolutions, aim was op posed by the opposition, wheu upon a vote taken to adopt, it was declared car ried; division was called, and upou tak ing a standing vote, the icsult was an nounced, 19 lor, to 0, against tho adop tion. It was not considered an endorse ment of Lane or any other man. Tho subject of organizing a Union Lincoln Club, was then considered, and a unanimous vote gien in favor of it T. Critchfield and O.B.McClellan were elected Presi. and Sec'y, of the local Union Lincoln Club. A. Sissaud, Chr'm. M. II. DuttoS, Sec'y. Special Notices. !T0 CONSUMPTIVES. Consumptive sufferers will roc ire a valuable preacuption for the cureot Consumption. Asth ma, Lronclmis, and Throat and Lung atrecti .ns, (irecorcha-jje,) bywnding their address to Ittr. EDVVAIt!) A. WILSON, Wllliam-.lmn'. Kmaa rui.i. 1S2 Car f' " .. .-" New York. Save Your Life. DISPEIVHA. ERTStrKLAS, Kidxit Com rLAixr, Sick and Nervous Utada-hc. Neu ralgia. Gravel, Tetter, llarbcr' Itch and Bald-nts?- A Treatise on the above diseases wiili thcie Sjmdt and Permanent Curr, sent frc to anv addrtbs Addrcs S. C. Ul'lUM. Ho. 25 south fc.ghtb Street, PhiluMph'D, Po. The French Preventive. NIGHTLY Emissions xrrLCTUALLT hevfut ED WITHOUT THR USE OF MEDICINE bv the use of "The French Prcientivn," the grcatcit in vention of the age. Price l. Sent post-piid to all parts of tho country. AddreeaDr S.CUR T, Bos 2697. Post Oflice, Philadelphia, Pa, Circulars sent Iree. Drpepiu Can bo Cured. PEPSI A; KO MATTER UOVT LO.NO STAXD- J-e'ds at oiico to"Uni.iM's DvsrEWA fll3 lfleet5 of I 111 livmnlii am ...! Cure. magical. Trv it and be convtnro.1 P,u i . I . a. - .. i .." "-" hpm i mi ?'??? E.'?7 "jwr.i b S-.C-- . ...., ... iuuvu biguui ou, rnilnut'lpli-a, i'a. Circular sent free. 182 6m 7d HOSTETTEir.S CELEDKATED STOMACH BIT TKKS la one of tbo creates! stnjiiirthcniiiir nivm,.. lions oxant. It Is especially adantod to ihn l,n are afflicted wltli Uie Foeraud Ague, or any other """o ononis iiuiu a uiwiriiereu condition or Uie llcestlve onrans. For: lie Feicr ami inm iii... U perhaps no medicine In the world equal to It, as emeu, iuriucs sua rej.ieuisnes mo blood, which Is o lmiKirtaut to brine about a healthy action iu dlseue orthU n.tnre. The Bitters are now aiuonr the most opular,and nt the saino time, valuable spctitlcs In tho medical world. In recommending It to Uie public, wo are fully conscious of doing .-viu .Siticii ue. knowing, a. wo uo.molr many xccllcnt qualities, mid sure andspeady action In all cases where tho disease is caufeif by lrregutarit or the. digestive organs. A trial win suffice for the most skeptical. Q See advertisement. Forsalo by DruggUU aud dealers generally, ev erywhere. lm-182 FEMALES! FEMALES! FKMALF! Use that Safe, i'Ltum Kshkdv known as IIKLUBOLUrs EXI RACT KUCHU. Forall Complaints Incident to the Scr. Ho family should bo without it, and none will wheu once tried by them. It is used Ur Yocro and Ol, In the decline or chance of life, it fan mm .ft,r Marriage, during and afttr ctnjinemntt, to strength en tho .Nerve,restore 'i.tur( to Its Proper channel, and iutigorata the llroken down Constitution, fram Khalever eante triginalinf. UKKKO.MOKK WORTHLESS HILLS! T4KE HELM HOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU. See Advertisement In another column. Cut nut, and f?nd for It. Iin-IKZ. XSy-SI'EKWAXOKHIIlE.V CAN an tlJKtu.j MMidilu In i ilectirare truly magical. A trial uf the Hr-E cikic will coiiincethe mostskeDticalof itamer its. PrietilJI n box. Sent post-paid to anv ad dress by S.C. Ui'IIAM, 403 Cheatnut Street, rhiladfljifa'ta, I'a. Circulars sent fr,e . J5T DRUNKENNESS CUR D.jgjr THE Inebriate may now bid defiance to the ram cur. Dr. BANE'S ANTIDOTE FOR STRONG DRINK i a certain cca roa DKLNKB5KES8. It creates a dislike for strong drink, and can be administered without .the drink, and can ue iwiminisieren viiiiioui .i knowledge of the patient l'pce.$! a box. Sc by mail to any addres', by S C. UI'ilAM, -I Chestnut Street, I'hilidclphhs l'. Circuli sent 103 Urs stnt free. 6m Oi m AvtxHmmmte. ffl QD1 A FACT NORTH 'KNOWING! UIGBLY IMPORTANT TO TIE PF1LIC! New Store at Oskaloosa ! DIVELBLSS & COY Arc now opening a complete stock of BM PATENT MEDICINES, PAHTS.VARNISHES, OILS, TURPENTINE, GROCERIES, And all articles found in a well regulated Drug or urocery aiore. o AWARE of the difltculiy of procuring una dulterated Drug, and can.cioi of the great inportance, both to the physician who creicrtbes and the patient who receives them, of genuine, undiluted Medicines, Mr Divelbisa has given h:s personal attention and experionc to thsseliction of h new stock, and can assure the public that every article can be taken in perfect confidence of their legitimate jcme'inl etfecK We have all the PATENT MEDICINES of the da) constantly on hand. CATHARTIC riLLSat30centner boi.anJ all other Midicinei in seme proportion. We will soon bo in receipt of the best slock of Ever brought tu tbii market, having ordered di rect irora me manutacturersm New orx Alo, keep a large stock of BufFilo-horn, Rub ber. Ivory, Coarsk and Fl.tE COMBS. A full stork of Wines & Liquors FOR MEDICINL rURl'OSES. OUUGltOCEKJUS Conrist in part of Sugar. Coflce Coffee Essence. irGpcual and Young Hysin TEAS, Smoking and Chewing Tobacco, Salentus, Babbits &da, Upper. Spice, Cing r, I oilet Castile and Rosin oap. Powder, Lead. Shot. Gun Caps, Candles. Matches. Shae Blacking liruihei, Stov Polikh, Salt, Cracicrs, Chemical Blueing, Indigo, Con centralrd I.ye, Oyster. Sirdines, Pepper Sauce; Coal Oil, Axl Greese, Flour, Garden and Flvwcr "" cigars, .ioru arm rancy uamiied. 'Ve will take In rxehanze for eoods. BUTTER "OKEEX lUCkl -ClN' nd Wi" nl re'USC Dcsirnus f building up a permanent trade we Kha'l sell at RIVER PRICES. The motto of "Live and Let Live" will govern usiu our dealings. Cull nntl sec us before purchasing elsewhere. A l the old Drug Stort stand, North East Corner of Jefferson and Delaware Streets. 186-tf D1VELB1SS fc COY. DxlNIELS, MILLINGTON&ro WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALERS IN DRY GOODS, Mm J JJiJvi:rt BOOTs & SHOEs HATS ii CAPS, And Everything You Want! Dress Goods, Cloaks, Hoods, To be Found in the Market, 00 CLOTHING & CLOTHS To Furnish a COMPLETE OUTFIT Of Both Under and Ourward Wear, And the Needful Covering nnd Protection for Crowns of Heads & Soles of Feet! FOR THE CHILDREN AXD HBUSEH0L1 EVERY ARTICLE NEEDED FROM LEAST TO GREATEST! A Fine Uiplny of Common. Plain, .ml VLXsn xi: ri. . ets. All of Which will be Sold at lb Most Rcasonabl Prices. CAjtl. AHBgH. ALS ONLT AOE.VI?S IN KANSAS FOR JOHN H. MAIINYS CELEBRATED REAPER & MOWER. ILL,ED.tt Now is the time to Mure the BEST REAPER & MOWER That is msJa, and the one Admirably Adapted to THE WANTS OF KANSAS. Krlf SEI.F.KASERI , jj .u- dor should .oaute; ther r. added only when specifically ordered. We tell at MiMfactirer's Cash Prices! REMEMBKttTnFpLACE No. 52 Delaware Street, LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS. i. u ,k 1,5?.,EIjS' sl"NGTON & c. Jrch 15, 1S8I. i85 a,n wi C?Qiuh m THE ELEGANT & SUPERIOR BOOT AND SHOE B& Wholesale and Retail, by GEO. FASRAR, (Huecessor toW.&J. I VET,) Siyn of Golden Boot. 66 Delaware Street, J. B. Davis' Old Stand. Our stock is very large and en tirely new. Bought of die manufacturers in the East for the cash, and we are determined to . Make Prices Suit Customers. Those wishing anything in our line will do well to call before purchasing, and see our stock. We guarantee to the ladies to give them a belter fit, a nicer shoe, and for less money than any other House in Town. Our Work is Custom-made. We also hare a fine Stock of Hats and Caps OF TIIE LA TEST STYLES, AND AT LOWEST PRICES. ' CALL AND SEE! K3T Don't forget the place. GEO. FARRAR. N. B. Country merchants will do II . : - II l .r , wi-ii iu sjivc us a c.-iii oeiorc purchasing. GEO. FAKRAR. 113- rh 181lf " w ranw r.iiiro c piixt 1.1JV.M1 1'vii, un:tmo iv lay ir, 1 Importers & Dealers in sea Brittania and Plated W A H E 8, TABLE CUTLERY, mfe iaE ra jwvim raem y tfw flKita ., .nuartsrofthe sortheast quarter pf fracUonal . TRAYS. LOOKING G LASSES.'"0" imbertl.lrty.:0j,i.a tl.e uth hMofZ COAL OIL LAMPS, dc IVo. 65 Delaware Street, LEAVENWORTH, KS. ISOif -4 trs, t K-J-ri.'id' iSiyyi? jrl Vt VI Vfm ytt U9 7 AND IMPLEMENTS. GKANT & PllEST UXVlXli J. VU J. XSJKJ - , SOLE AGENTS i OR da vm LA'niiF.TFi a, snw n ir . Pure Warranted Garden Seeds. c. h. Mccormick & bros.- .mower ol reaper, H. A. PITTS & CO.'s Threshing Machines, WE slull alkcop constantly on hand a l.u.ue surrLT cf Plows, Harrows, Fanning Mills, Corn Cultivators, Whea Driil, Hay Rakes, Ganden Tools, Ami Other Implements Too Numerous to Mention. ALSO A KISE STOCK Or Field and Garden Seeds ! Which we thall Waiuuvt Fsesu a.id Pure. . .oo----Ou Gftocur Tuade will be continued upon a Mt'cn LABarR Scale the coming season. We shall be prepared to fill any citizen's bnkrt or countrj man's wagon with good things at as loir price aa any house in the city. Thankful lor the patronage and friendship bestowed upon us in ,'A. H?st' we wi" str5vc to merit it in the future. uu jui ruitur.i i me I'IjAUE, NO, 141 SHAWNEE STREET. "'-Cm LEAVENWORTH, KAK. To All Who Use a Pen. A GOOD QOXJD FSxf Is aHaya ready and i.cliable, and. if adapted to the liana, makes wntinir ntc.oiro r.. . ...i. . rhn1Egin?i!r n,8ke" mwe rapid progress wltli a Gold Ten than with any other, becauMTtbe .iButaMj. prouuees tne same result and the proficient ia better sitisficti with his la- . i' .T-1-""3" ."' " . uniiormity ol his writing, anl the ease by wlucJi it w produced. i. maki.no sew PEX8. the subscriber uses no solder. The cold at the point w brought t a state of fusion, when the point iaks into It, ami tho two become m one metal, entmlyiiiipcrvkus loth.- hiou uf the acda in inks. 1 his can be dene in makin- new pen?, because the gold U more than three "tiaZ n thick a it ia uf ler the pen ia rolled to the- pnyZ cr thinner of thcfinisheJ state. V ' WIIN PESS ASK RSrOINTKO y,l,f miTil ?ee? hcU wi" melt gconer Uian the gold ol h,ch the pen h. m-de, olne wine the points will cuil into a globular fo-n?-Ily ti'is iroeu-Kilini.iii.rwf ;. , i ... r.. ' . the elasticity desiroyd, und the pen nubjccted to SSftHa PfT ' ?orrou"- i-'iesea'ccounta. and knowing from L.ng exrer e..co that repoint' td pens cm. rarely give Mtf.facti n, th,sX"b. en.:at 10HUelyTrfu.otuRCpoint Gold renl ItTllnv tup tu. " within ten da) solter its rccpiion. if stamncd "A. Morton," and not adapted to our hand iT. ling ;m what u-spect it might U inmwd'nX wifl be the ben guide j Electing ,?", hat i" " State at what angle you hold ihepen on tno DaT per. and whether .-quarely orleantnl to the ri-h or lelt. Tim points, briefly and 10 irr .toUd will creatli nsita in nink....rn ,..i...7r ltat Any one sending a rinsf. tUt.r " 'tu Tm- II receive circular with fuetmlh eoS gs of all the size-, and mices. gw- tngs A.tdrcs, A.MORTON. 2 ."Mciirn Line, N.v york. 1J? WARRANTED! -GOG- WHEELS! THE ONLY WRINGER" WITH THE PATEHT C05 Wheel Regulatorf Whi-h roeiTivELT prerenta the rolls frosi Breaking w Ttcitting on The Shaft, It was pronounced superior to all others stt World's Fair at London. 18C2. It tok iheFltlr lSEiiit;K at the great Fair of the AvxxicmIsu stitcte in New-York City. lS&l,nhere 'hjodr! cs were practical mechanic, an I apprccaS Co Wheel. IttToktheFirstPn-miumatS New-Ycrk State Fair lSCtsnd 1S4J Vermont. I'ennslrania. Iowa. IHin-.;. ..j .Michigan Slate Fairs, 1S03, j Ana county tmra without BiHsoer. Orange Jl'dd. of the American Ammii- 3J of the IfSlVEBSJI. Clothm Wsjjssts: ' W think the machine much more than Pat ant that the Wringer be fitted with C import- ;- . -',-- U09. nrh- wise a mess oi gnrmeni may ciog the roUenL and the rollers upon the craak-sharcsPp and tsar tho clothes, or toe rubber break loose from tke i-hafl. Our own is nne of the first maricaixi it i aa (!OOD AS NEW aftemearlj F. VR YEAR'S CONSTANT USE." We hae seven riz.-s from $5 50 to $30. Th trdinary family sins are Xo. I, 10. and No. 2, ?7. Thcsr hare COG-WHEELS an 1 are mtjreanted hi every particular. On receipt ot the priec, from places where, one is felling, we will send the U. C. Wfeik: or Ezrexss. What we especially want ts a good LAH V ASSER in every town. e offer liberal in.5nccmi and guaran'ec the exclusive sale. K.C.BROWNING, 317 Broadway, New York. Order of Publicaticn. aiAltUr hA.-SSAS,! CovsTr or JkfFhRso.NVj " In the District Courrof the Fir.t .Tr.-r,l n:. trie: ol KiKias. utirS in aid Qojnty tf Jtfftr !son. - son, Silf-OI-IE, Plaii.tfo; " jCbarteiKi.'.iiwiii. KxAvrtS. Stevens. Wiiraru A .Miii.n, .Msttha l.'blco, Hoiin rBi"l I balitnrlo. UrlaL!u lulling CEiJ iJJuj- CbrLr I). i fendauts. ' ' 1 k Yoa.T 'u-!JO,ro ",amei1 Mr KVnw,sre here bvnoKBsJ b ,.uM.et.. l.e,reer b-lng nade tt i "Tbo Independent'' r.r sU ecn-cas!e week thii . tao abote uaniel plalmlr, .-:r-co-to. h,. ei-j fcl. i.t.i. -.&.. ', . !-.--.. ., ivr said I plaiutlrrtu recoifcrju.tmeuia-aiuUiatoTe nam- 1.... Uw...UH..K, x.mm..v9 muuiu.'1'j iioocrr. 2teve& and William A. Sim uon. for the sam of fa 410 UL together with Interest thcrvou at the rate of ien nee I ccuU H.'raniuiiii from thu !ilh day or Fet.r'arr K V-'60.1' ,Iue a'"1 P1 lo sjl'1 i'lalntirr &ou, ti u.u y"-1."" uusu., ""MKn.-i. Metcnsand Will lam A. Simeon tho fol!owiqs described t.-stUor Isuil, situate, lyin? ami being in Ihe County or Jer ..I I ll...l. lfnk! 1... . .-. r . - iu ' I ucmbcr thirt.r po), and lot numlcr Bye (31 5lr rsT sai i iiunn cai qnaner or said fractional sect -; - i-. uii:wi!n nunioertweuerm of rinse number tyeut) po)ea,:; o which alivi mentioned sum of iuonoj,60iC0 t!.reor, with uterest U.creou. Uala duc-a.-! oh In to said planT tlfffrom ,aid defcn4suU, fharles Rob.avn,lfoUen ;S.Meen aud Willi,,, A. Sim, ,, OI, mr eerSlJ n,trunient f nUn-, na.te at.d JenveruJ h. 1a t. tho Mid idaiLUlt ou said loth day or Febnur A. 1). lrlll. nl,.r.l.r ti. t. i .,. -. "urair , a,''the.idFlaiinllftllsuinofe.1Jc0trjn,fa; 'al,lla-'..'rrottoIii?1toKit. J3.IS0UO thereof,, j soon 3lJ pLilctirX should rc-rie from thVcoy- eminent of the United SUted f Aineri , , ,,. i l",Sr" fiSil" " ' .r. " Ine-DiUBuic,. L lae r , t . ,-... l .and Uilllaru A. iimpjon, aaand 6,rthat.r:e lnj conIderjtion of aud tor which Jaid t.UucrT on h ISih day of Kebruary. A. D.J-61, told and withhu I wife. Iiy their Ue.-d of that Site! ,.n.. -. i 1-if IS teSEiESHS f rz,d mouth, after lae payment aforesaid hou!, law I been mane. andjSCooW more :hcn.-or to ha,o leea . J?V , ..!" a,l'Jui-i.,fJraDjnbehtaiii iSSIifcfc'ilfc.?! - ,bindv.ere,onthc21U. day of Aiisust 4 iTwi XlS&i l SSIrrutetST i&tzpz uxsrasss: ans, cosctu Jed on the 3i'll day of .Maj. Jl. n 1m an.lar.proved.witl.teamen.lmentsL(iereto.bviSe i-resiueut oi ine sai.i unlte.l Stat?, on the 2-Jdir of . vSxul, l) isao . and which i J tratts of luA were uv said plaintiff and hU wife, on tli seeond day of ovemt)cr, A. IX. iji, bt their dce,t of that HMa,S as.C0UTe,c,1.U5h? aU CI'arlesKatlasflD, HftIHrt S KffVB n.4 I?I a - . . be paid by tliera to stld plaiiltir- and to cancel, ta nul aud set aside a certain deed dated of the lltaof ?.'f: A: ?' I?C2 "hereby said plaintiff conTejei all lii right, title, interest and claim In and to the wld tracu f land, to the above named defendant, Sidney Clirke : aud for the Court to find the am ount due said plaintiff by reason of the several mit ten aforesaid, and give him Judgment 41ur!for Salnst the pertotii owinj; the same to him, none or the several sums of monej aforesaid, or any part or either or them havin-eierbeen raid, either to said plaintiff or to theabovc named defer.danLjoha JillijIiiuiiJtlulMlj tract" of land bo sold, and mat tho pnceo.U arisius from such sala thereof be applied to the satisfaction of such fiidemett sad the costs of this suit, aud the amount so Jbaad Hue to tlio said plaintiff; and that the defendants la Mid salt, and every person claiming by. from, ttirouRh or uuder tliera, or any orellher ofthem, oe forever barrud 9tul f.,..iAA.i .r ...t fwin, .!i and every right and equitv of redemption ant oth "Jflpht "t'atcverof.on.tnortotheEforeialdtnets or land, and ea. h and every of them, from and alt er such sal thereof; and that said plalnUsTmsT hato such other and further relief in the prtmije as his case may require and he be entitled to. 'Ab& yon, tbo said .Martha Kobiosou,are further cotfed that you aro required to answer said Petition on or before the ehthth day or April, A. D. iSSt, and that uqIcm joit answer the same on or before thedav bt named, said twitlttan niit tu iatn . tm. and Judgment rendered accordingly. u awu una on. uay or February, A. u. IS64. CLOUGII& WHEAT, ls0Tw53,:0US3 40,S8 Att'js for PUatfC Administrator's Sale. ""BjLvirlue 0f an order of. the Piobtto Court of Jeffersot: Count v. Kansas, I will sell at private sale, in tbetoiof Grasshopper Falls, fa said County, util Saturday, April 2d, 18S4?hoId' the goods not be disposed of soonei tHjer SODal nroiVrtr. fnr rw mnih ViasmW M can be sold to advantage,) telongiag toN me estate 01 .Lewis Stafford, rJecessw. principally as follows t 2 Work Benches, 1 set Tiber's. Tool, some Tinwaro, a quantity of Sl?eet.!fi8 (part of it 14 x 20, the rest 10 x 14), 1 Cook StOT, Gridirons, Pols, a la of Sheet Iron, Bucket cars and RiveW -Iron Htaters, a lot of Solder aid Ko'D 35 lbs. Stamped Copper Bottoms, 1 ' union scales, etc Persons wishiuir to nurchase tor of these ar tides should make application xn. Jamks- A. Mans, 180-4w Administrator. TUOS. P. rENI.03Ct ATTORNEY-AT.LAW, Will praetfeo in tbo Courts of Jefferiw County. ' if v