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Fj IV THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY MARCH 19, 1864. m 9 ' r RSi! B! m l-SSI t sjjs"" .": gtt tte pttle Jfdk. LITTLE rPITCffERSl&lTIl GREATSARS.!; 'Mother,' said little Agnes, 'what made you marry father?;jgYou told Aunt Charlotte you hadjill'the mo ney.' Hush, child! what are you talk ing about? I did not say so?' Whv. ves. mother, vou said he vea "noon and had1 vou thought of "--i being burdened with so many coun try 'cousins,' as you call them, you never would have had him. Don't you like AuntPhaebe,and Aunt Pol ly, and Aunt Judy? I'm sure I do.' Why, Agnes, "you are crazy, 1 believe! When did you ever hear your mother talk so? Tell me in stantly!' Yesterday, ma, when I sat in the back parlor) and you and aunt in the front one. I'm sure you did so, dear mother; and I pity you very much; for you told aunt there was a time.before 1 was born,when fath er drank too much; and then, you spoke of the 'pledge,' and said how glad you were that the temperance reform saved him.' My dear, I was talking of some body else.I think. We were speak ing of uncle Jethro and his family.' But they have no Agnes, moth er; and you know you told about father's failure in business. Uncle Jethro never failed. And you said, too, when you moved in this house, your money paid for everything.bni the world did not know it, and ' 'And you have told quite enough, my child. What do you stay list ening in my back parlor foi, when send you up stairs to study? It has come to a pitiful pass, if your aunt and I must have all our priva cy retailed inthis way. I suppose you have already told your lather all you have heard? No, mother, I haven't; because I thought it would hurt his feelings. 1 love mv father, and I never told him anything to make him unhappy.' Agnes sat looking into the fire. and asked Mother,if people really love others,do they ever talk against them?Didn't you tell me never to speak of any home difficulty? and if Edward and I say wrong woras, you tell Tie never to repeat them again, and I never do.' Agnes,' said the rebuked mother, listeners are despicable characters. Don't you let me ever hear of you doing 'the like again. You don't hear right, and you make a great deal of mischief in this way.' PARODY 'ON THE HOUSE THATJACK2BUILT., License Law. Thi3 is the house that Death built. The price of blood. This is the malt that lav in tlietiouse ina'.ueatn built Kine 'Alcohol. This is the rat that ate the malt, that lav in the house that Death built. The Maine Legislature This is the cat that cornered the rat, that ate the malt, that lay in the house that Death built. The wholesale Liquor Dealers. These are the dogs that barked at the cat, that clutched the rat, that ate the malt, that lav in the house that Death built. Public sentiment. This is tiie ox with the lofty horn, that hooked at the dog.lhat growled at the cat,tliat muzzled the rat, that ate the malt', that lay in the house that Death built. Vacant Jails and Poorhouses. These are the maidens all forlorn, that lost their full pails by the upset ling lorn, that maddened the dogs, that snarled at the cat, that put the screws on the rat, that ate the malt, that lay in the house that Death built. The TiDulers. These are the men all tattered and torn.that court ed the maidens all forlorn, that curse not the rum.but the anti-rum 'horn,' that worried the dogs, that barked at the cat, that caught the iat, that ate the malt, that lay in the house that Death built Retail Rumsellers. These are the priests with their masks all shorn thai married to woe the man tatter, ed and torn, that laughed at the maiden all forlorn, that lost their cream by the ruthless horn, that tor tured the dogs, that frothed at the cat, that died for the rat, that ate the malt, that lay in the house that Death built. Author of the Main Liquor Law. This is the cock that crowed in the morn, that woke up the priels to behold themselves shorn, that can make no more victims all tatlered and torn, that will need no more help from the maidens forlorn, that are now good tor naugnt save to tell of the horn, that mangled the dogs, that were clawed by the cat, that outwitted the rat, and swept off the malt, and demolished the house that Death built Ths ground of almost all of our false reasoning is, that we seldom lookanvfarther than on one side of the question. DUTT0N HOU ES OSKALOOSA, KAIiL M. R. DUTTON, Proprietor. faring recently fitted up, i id furnUbcd the .tmvc new house, which is p!i tantly located at lb flourishing AfTerson County, is now ready to accniEodcct the travelicg public. NO PAIN SWILL BE SPARED, to render ati;fctIon to ftlt who may favor him with n rail, and endeavoring to kteo no to the motto of "LIVE AXD LET LIVE'" GOOD STABLING, and a careful man ALWAYS on hand to attend the ame. S.EECHHEIMER&CO. WHOLESALE DEALERS IN n.T? AillliJ SStSlf GENTS FINISHING GOODS, HATS, CAPS, and JPoUonsl NO. 50 MAIN STREET, LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS, Wc Invite the Especial Attention of All GOUNTRY MERCHANTS TO OUIt LARGE, WELL-SELECTED, AND VERY" SUPERIOR STCCH, Wo manufacture our Goods in Philadelphia, and arc rati fied we CANNOT BE UNDERSOLD West of Cincinnati. All Orders Filled' Faithfully. We particularly invite all the Merchants ami Citizens of Jef ferson and adjoining Cminlic. to Give TJs a Trial, As we feel confident we can suit hem in both S. F. &, CO. 1 I2tf. 50'Main Street TO THE CITIZENS OF JEFFERSOX CO. BROWN & BRO., Druggists & Apothecaries, 102 Shawnee St., Below Market House, LEAVENWORTH, CITY, Desire to call your attention to their Selected Stock il.TUKE BRTJGS, ill l liJ Ll'lif IJiilA I l-r l- -iw-jy jpsayarasa?, mashes, &C&C We have en hand a fine assortment of COAL OIL LAMPS, CHIMNEY'S. Etc. Also, all the PATENT MEDICINES Of the day, consistinS, in part, of Aycr't; and Jayno's Medicines, Hall's Balsam for the Lung?, Hostetter's Bitters, Hclinbold's Extract Buchu, etc., etc. Alt orders from the Country will receive prompt attention. Any article desired will be procured and sent as ordered. 110-3m BKOWN & BRO. HOWARD ASSOCIATION, PHILADELPHIA, PA. DISEASES f the Nervcps, Sehixal, Urin ary and Sexual Svsteu new and relia ble treatment m Iteports ortho HOWARD ASSOCIATION Scmbv mail in spalni pnrrl. op?, free of charge. Addre,DR. J. SKILLIN nOUGRTOX, Ac tin;; Surgeon. Ilowaid Acintioii, No. 2 South Ninth Street, Philadelphia. Pa. 167-ly Notice of Final Settlement. NOTICE is hereby given to oil creditor and other interested in the estate of Jo hua JWlor, deceased, that I intend to mate final fettleoient off aid estate at the next regular term of the Probate Cou righting ia and for Jcflenmn County, Kansa, to be began and bold en jn OsLaloosa. on Monday the-iiii day of April, A. D. 1S51. BEN. HILLMON. 81-4w Administrator de bonis con. Subscribe for the Independent. GROCERIES. THOMAS CARNEY & CO., WHOLESALE GROCERS FORWARDING AND Commission MEBSSiAriTSj Corner Lcvco and Chcrokeo Street?, LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS, Have in store the folhming stock of Fresh Staple and Fancy 1 T c- &mmw&& , JK XS' TB" t2 tW 3 "3- VJSf T5J To which wc invite the special attention of CASH PURCHASERS: 3,000 SACKS OF FLOUR ! 200 Ilogs'd N. O. Sugar, 200 Bbls. JLoaf. Crushed and Powdered Sugar, -ISO Bbls. Clarified Sugar, 100 Boxes Havana Sugar; 200 Bis. S. II. &, N.O. Molasses' 100 Bis. Plantation do 500 Bass Rio Coflbo, 100 Mais Java Cofieo; 1,000 Kegs Assorted Nails; 500 Boxes Star Candles: 100 Boxes Mould do 100 Pfcs. Mackerel & Herring; 50 Coils Cord a i;g; 100 Half RIs. S.C. Soda, 100 Bxs. Babbitt's Sa la rams: OOGJBxs. Ycasl Powders: 300 Boxes Raisins: 400 do Manuf'd Tobacco; 3(19 Boxes Soap : 100 Half Chests Tea: 1,000 Bdls. Wrapping Paper: 250,000 Scgars. Wc hare also on hand a fine assortment of PURE BRANDIES, WINES In Casks, Quarter Caelcs and Bottle?. Fruits. Pickles, Nuts, & Spices Of all kind3, and, in short, crc.-j thing connect ed with the GROCERY BUSINESS, Can be had at our Establishment. Parlies Outfitting for the Mines Will consult their interest by purchasing of u, aa OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE, ASH OUR i PRICES REASONABLE. REMEMBElt THE PLACE: Comer Levee and Cherokee Street, LEAVENWORTH CITY. 109-tf KANSAS BOOK-BINDERY, LSTAEJ.IMJEHJKJ7 SA2IUEL JDODSWORTH, Successor of John Dodsworlh. '- jm-rmroME. 3EKtr3ssic. MANUFACTURER, Oil Third Stretl, below Delaware, LEAVENWORTH, - - KANSAS tSTBUnk Books Ruled, Trinted and Uour.d til AAT PATTEEN. For Bankei8.7lltrcliar.te, Couuty Ofliccts, &c. Ledger?, Journal, IUcord. and Docket, made cut of good pper at rastern prices. SIagainw. Muis and I'triodicals, Hound in t'lam or runcy Binding. fcfc dtc7-lS-ly.l0d E.&H.T. ANTHONY, M.NurACTi;w:us or PHOTOGRAPHIC MATERIALS, 591 JSr-oachvay, N. V. Our Catalfigua now . tnlrace cnn-iJerabtv uv cr I-OUl I I10USNI( (lifn-r.iil enl,U,.fi ,,.. .. ,i.:i. octillions are continually itmg mndoi of l'ort- 72 Maior-Ggnernls. --. 1. n 1 jwin m:,, vi 525 Sutei-men, 190Brig.;GeneraIs. 259 Colonels, 84 Lieut. Colonels, 207 Other Officers, 4C Pioo'nnYomen. 127 Divines, IIC Authors, SO Artists, 112 Static. CO Narj Officers 147 Prominent Foreign Porlraits 2,500 Copies of Work? of Art, Including reprwiitaUousof th- mot rtJthratcd Ensravings, lVnting.', Statues, ic Catalo-'uea cnL?L.tS;?!P "f SlI"uP- An ordcr lor One Box en I U.t OKL Trotu our Catalogue -w ill I lilli d on leecint of Sl,nO, and s-nt hy mail I'ece. Photographic Albums. Of these we manufacture a great varietv, ran ging in price from 50 ctnts toSO each. Our ALUUMS havo the reputation "of 1-cin 8m.enor in.btauty and durability to any others'. The smaller kind, can be sent safely by nisil at a poMajc of tix cents per ounce. rhe more expensive can be sent by express. e alao kicp a laige assortment of STEREOSCOPES & STEREOSCOPIC VIEWS. Our Catalogue of these will be rent to any address on receipt of Stamp. E.&H.T. ANTnOKY, Manufacturers orPhotographic Material 501 Bbcadwat, New Vosr, ' Friends or relatives of prominent military wen will rnnftftp n fvnr hv Mmh. ... !.-: m. ..... . ... , ...b uj, luclI lulenhs. es to eopy. Tbey willte k.pt carefully and re turned uninjured. Fine Albums Made to.Order for Con gregations to present to their P-isior, or for other purposes, with suittolc insciipthns etc. I59.Sru . Advcrtige in tlio Independent. &rt ,T?, a PJIEPAA"ATI0AT& C031POCXD Tluid Eitbact Uucnu. a Positive and Specific Beniedy fordisa-e-ot the Bladder, KUneis, uravei, ana uropsivai nweiinigi. This Medicine increases the power ot L'l'scs lion, and excites the Absorbents into healthy nc lion, by which thu Watery or Calcareous depj sit;on, and all Unnatural Enlargements are te duccd, as well as Paia and Iutlimmntion. HKLMBOLD'S EXTRACT UUCHU. For Veakncsa arising from Excefies, Habit3 of Dissipation, Early IndiEcietioiia Of Abuse, al tcrdrd with the following symptoms: Indbposition to Exirtion. Loskof Power, Loss of memory, Dilfisulty ot Breathing. Weak nerves. Trcmblinc Horror of Disease, Wakcfulnebj, Dimness ot V iion, rain in the linck. Univcr3.1l Lassitude of the Mafciilnr System, Hoi Hands, Flushing of the Body, Dryness of the Skity Eruption on the Face, Pallid Countcii- r.ce. Thipr symp'ouis. if allowed to go on. which this Medicine iovariablj rcnioi va, s-jfn fjlluw Imfotescv, FATUtrr, EriLEPiio Fits. In ono of which the Patient may" expire. Who can say tlut they nro nct ifequcntly AjI onedby those ''Direful Diseases' "INSANITY AND CONSUMPTION J" Many arc: nwareof t"o cause of ther mflcting, BUT J ONE WILL CO."lFIS THE ELCOKDS OF TI1K l.VSA.NE ASYLUMS. And Melancholy Duiihs by Con?iiuiption hear ample witness to the Truth of the j!S.eru 11 The Constitution once Affected with trgaiiie Weakness cqttirrs the aid ol Medicma to In vigorato and btrcnullif" tin- S) -tt ui. nlucb HELMnoLD'sKXTRACT BUCHU IsvAntAnLY Dots. A 1 rial will cnviii. o 11 0 Jiost skeptical. in.iAi.r.K ti:(i j:rr;.ii xtAis. lit many ATHtction peculiar to FtmaUs the Extuact Uuciiu ii 11utq111iJt.1l by any utliernni cdy, us in Cliloco.-ii or Kctcnli'Wi, lrr.'gumriy, I'ainluluert, orSuj picsiion ol UuitouiKry Evac nations, Ulreraled or Scirrhous Mate of 1I1- Ute rus, Leuehor.aj or Whites, Stt rilitv, imd fur ml compleinls in 'id--nt to iic s., whether arising from iw.i-cretmn, Hjlits of Di-bipntiun,oriii the DECLINE OitCHAiUE UF LIFE. :o- Taie no more JSattnm, JUicury, or tiPpUaiant Jftdicinesjor unpltatznt and damjetour dixases. IIllu hold's 1 xiUACr Uuciiu and Impruvctl. KiteE -u Clues WICltCT WIM;..i:s In all their Stai-d " At little hxpentc, Litt! or no change of Did. N'o inconvtiiieuce. .Lie n Krj- tare. It ciuss a fruiuent d'sire and "iifcs strensith to Uriaate, thcieby Kenmving Obstrui tion,Fre-i veniinzatm v.unug &irictun ot the Urethra, allaying Pain and lullamuiaiicn, so frequent in this clasi ot disease?, and xiu-'lliiij all I'ohan- oui Jriuaied and uvrn'M Malt'r. 1 houjnndi upon tl.'U-ands who hr.ve been the Victims or Quack?, and nhn, hat i.aiJ heavy fres to be rureil in n hort t.iue, havt found tht y wero deceived, and that the "Fot&o.v" has, by the use of TOWEEFUL AHiilXOtKTS,' been driwl up ia the njstem. to break cut 111 an aggrvatcd form, and perhaps aftkk MACCiAnE. IJMJ.IlELMBOLUS LXTEACT 11UCTIU for nil af- fcciUnsapddhcaicsofUwL'llIXAItVOilGANS whctlier existing in .MALE or FEMALE, fnm wbat.'ver caus? originating and no matter ol L'O.V LO.VO iTAMJI.NG. Diseases of ibcs- Orirms icquiro the aid ol a DIURETIC IiKLMBOLn's Ixthact Duciii; u tue GREAT OIL RET IC, anJ is ceiluin to have the desired tliect in ail Dlic.iscs lor v hich it is Itccomtnt. tided. Evidence of the ia st reliable and rcponsihie character will accup my the Medicine. I'F.ICK $1,00 I'LK COITLE, 02 IX J OR $5,00. Delivered to any Addrc-,6fcure.S packt-d fwm observation. iHtaibt Sytnjt iu in all fiiitt. L'urcjtiiinniiili'ed! Aivicu' rutin! Addrcrs Irltcri for inlorma'iuu n II. II. IIELMUni.D.Cluinist. HM South Tenth-rt . bet. Cholnut. Phila. HELMUOLO'S Medical Dopos. HEI.MBOLD'6 Drug fcnd Chemcal V.'nrchoasc, 5'J I Itroadway, Nr Vork. Uewake orCoi:sT.TiFET8An usrctciPLEn Dkalccs, who endeavor to dispo 'ot their own' anJ 'othei' irncifson the reputation atta'ticdliy Htlmbold's G"iiui' Pfi-aration. " " Exiract Unchu. J " " Saripar.Un. ' " Imprui llosi WaiIi. SOLL lit ALL UcL'OEiSIS EVLnrWIIECE. Ask lor Ullmdolu's Take no otuek. Cut out the advertut-msiit audrcoo lor it, And avoii imi'Os.tios a.m exiosuel. HOSTETTER'S CELEBRATED STOMACH A pure and powciln Tonic, corrective and cl( crativoot woudcrful efficacv in dis-ascs of th Sioiiiach. Liver and Bowels, Cures Dycpcp;ia, Liver Complaint, IIcaUcbc, Ccnercl Ut-hility, Nerrousncss, Dej nssion ol Spirits, Constipation, Colic, Intermittent Fevers, Cramps and Spam..and a'l CmpIaititB ofcitti- r i-cx, arising lioin L'odily cnkr.rc33 uhcihrr in ncraui iii uirtj-ficuiorprotiu-eutiy spcialcaus'4 Aotuinx mat wnot wholesome, ceaial and res lorauvo in us nature antra liiluthucomp isiiion Ot IIOSTETTLBSMOJIACH ItlTTEUS. Till pop. ular preparation contains no niiiicr.ilurnny kind, no deadly botanical element; no fiery excitant; but it is a combination of the u-xtractu of rarr haUamic herbs and plant, with the purest and inililcfto! all iliirntire rliir.ul.-iiits. itii will io he h. rearmed agamat lijeav, and to tur as the human system can he priUclwl by human means ajjainst mulailien enguif.Jered lo an unwholesome atmosphere, impura water nud uther external ruurf?, I losTirrrEii s UiTTtcs may be relied on as a safeguard. llldiitricts inffSteil with F,-vrr nn.l Afriin ii has been found infallible as n pr vi-nthe rTnl ir resiitablc ns a remedy, and thoasji.da tthoimort to u-ui dir apnrehcusion of tin attack, etcipo th tcuure; mid thou-ands ho ni ;1 ct io avail tium elves ol its iiMtcctive qualities in a rvance, an cureJbyavery brief cuiir.- of this irarvelou- inwliaux'. 1'c.ver and Ague patients, aftrrbi inj; iiiuu viuiniiiiai.c ior moninsinvain. until tail ij naiuiumi nil mat uanjjLTOUS HIKaiOH. are not unlreiiuently rest-red to bealth within a few day. by the use of Hojtkttkh's Hrmtui. 'ihc weak rtORinch la raniillv invi.r'rf,..! .,,1 tho appctito restored by this agreeable Tonic, nnd uenco it worn wocueri in ca?cs ol UyswrsiA and in ltwo confirm, d formsof Lndioestio.v. Act in-; as a gentle ai.d painle-sappenent, a will n upon the liver, ilil?o in variably relieves iln- Cov STir-ATio.v superinduced by irresular action of mo uigcsiivo anu ecrellve organs. Persoiis of fcrble habii, Iiabhi to Xcrrous At tacki, Lowntss of Spirits and Fits rf Languor, find prompt and jcrmanent relict Irom tho Hit ters. Tho testimony en tlii point is most con clusive, and from both f exes. Thcaj;onyolHiLLtOfsCiioucisimmedintt.ly assuaged b a einglc doso of thu ttiuiulant, and by occasionally rcaortlng tu it, the return of tin coaiplaiut way bs prctentcd. Aa a General Tome, IIosrtTTra's HiTTEtisnio ducc clfo.-ts which mut bo rspericuicd or wit nested liefore they can ho fully appneiatcd. In casesof Contti '.Ml tonal Weafctiess, Prcniaturo Do cay and Uebility mid Dccrepitmle arising from Old Aoe, it exerci s the chctric inilucnee. In Ih? convalescent stages ot alldUcaics .t o:if'r!iinj a a dclitthtful invisurant. When tLn n,.-..r. f i nature are rnaxru. u opera w io le-cnLuca ar-il re-establish them, LaJt.but not leas-Lit isthe.O.tLT SArcRnun laxt that is no manufactured, from stiund and inenocuous materials which arc entirely f i eo from tho acid eluntny present more or less iu all the ordinary tonics and stomachncic of the day. No family medicine hw been so universally and wc niny tnly add, DSEarEii.T popular will! Ditto. Prepared by HOSTETTER A SMITH. Pitts ugh, Pa., and Sold by Drusgists, Grocers and ro.ekeeperi everj w here, ly 170- 'He Independent A LITERAR1T, -.' NEWS PAPEE, FOR KANSAS H01ES. We design introducing a few new Icmurc at the eomm'ncemrnt oi ths next volume. We shall continue our regular department", and en deavor every ncek to give TIIE NEWS OF THE STATE, and also the general XEWS OF THE WEEK, and so arrange each that our reader' cm r fer to either column at pleasure, and nadily lindi nny item Wo shall aUo introduce a department for THE LITTLE POLKS, the articles in which will be printed in liirgi-. clear type, so that our younj' rca!eM cau pcrti't1 them easily. Wo shall taice much pain wth ll.is column, as we think the cliili'ren ot ee;y household oupht to receive special attention. Oar little reader may look out lr this feature. Without particularizing further, u'e simple add-, that it is oar int. niinn to mako the Isde rtynbiT eju 1 to niy it not The fins!, Paper in ihc Slate FOR THE ' "' FAMILY CIRCLIS, ir.cIuJini'.ill sgrsnnd occupations. TlStMri . I copv lyear, - - . $?,f) 10co;ieii 1 cor, ... 15,i'0 Six tiionth half thes- rte. In case ofeluh tlic crrfi must be paid im ariably in sdva&ro. To,psrsnE unacquainted vrt'tb onr papfcr, e will turnih it o.' trial four monthi fur 50 cents hindrance. Af an inducement to perains toiubscribc now , we otiertbo fiIlowiuj; T ro ? p " f? ih $ &, ara;-vg &, j To the firbt new yearly subscriber;! up to one hu dred. who p iv in ml vance. we ill present a c;pi of EVJJLI.VE MAXDEVILLE, or The Hortsi: T;nrr Rival, a deeply interesting s-ory -l the r.irly settlement of Ohio a work which, at this juiittture, will prove mro than orJinnnlv nttracivo in Kansas; it suit. the times ijeue ao w. "First come first served." AGENTS WANTED. We want a few agents to ennrass f .r the In d-iM!ent,to whom wcofiiTliberal inducements 73T Call Soon ! J. W. KOI5ERTS, Proprietor. PENNSYLVANIA to V CENTRAL 2 Rail Read. V K5 Miles l)uulili Tmrk. IN order to ktep parwnh thod. man J of the travelmj public, fee managers of this p. pu lar niutchavenddcii niany iaiprovemrnlsilurin!; tho year lfcC2. and with "i,s co nectiiif, irwiil be lounJ in allrepccts a Ficst-las'i Rourt to all the Eastern cttits The tiack s t. ne bnl hited, and entirely free trnr Uutt. -00 Four Dailv Trains From PITTSBURG To PHILADELPHIA (niih cloia coon'Ciios Irm Western Cities') AXoco-oiLcri.No uin'cr to .new vor.K, Through I'liiladelphia, TtithcloM comuctiou at Il'iri-Imru for BALTIMORE nnd WASHINGTON. Froin Pittsburg to New York . Ono'traln tuns l4ily, WO mile-,) viv Alu-stchs, With, ut C'imnge of Cars, Arming in Advance of all Oilier ltoutes -00 SEVIS DAILY TRAINS FBOH PtinauELPjiiA to New Yohk. -co- Tlckcts for sale to Boston by Boat or IWI. Boat Tickets Good on any of the Sound Lir.es. Fare to all point-' as Low as any llotite. Oil SLEEPING CARS OS .NIQHT TttAISSTO Philadelphia, Xcio York- and Baltimore. Baggage Check Through and Trans ferret! Free. n ,. FREIGHTS. '' liy this route Jri-ightsot all de-c.iptions can to torwarded to and from riiiiadelpbia, New ork, L'oilon or lialtimore. to nml frnm nnf point on the Railroads of Obir, Kentucky, indi-" ara, Illin'.is, Wisconsin, lima or Mission, nv RA1LBOAD DIItLCT. Mi. IVnu'it Central Builroad alw conuecis at I'itte'iurg with Steamers, by which GikhI can bo lorv.arnea ut any Jnirl on the (Jaio, ilifuifsippi, Missouri, Kaiuai, and other western river?; nud ut Cleveland; &iuduky mid Cincan with Stea mers to ail Potts on the 'ortb Wistern Lakes Mcichants mid sl-ippers eiitrustinr the trans portation of their freig-it to this Company, tan tely with coiifiilei.ee on its ptrjy IniliHt. The Hates of Ft eight to and from any point in thfi West by the Pa. Central It. It., nro at all times ns favorable ns are charged by otb r Railroad Companies. K'lJn particular to tutirk lmckn-rs 'via Trw'. Ce.ntu.vl It. It PorFrcIcht Cuutrncls or Shiimin'r I)irni;..... npply to or address either of the lollo wi Agents ot Hi Company: I). A.bTEWART, Pr.i,;ht Agent. Pith-burah. Clarke Sc. Co., 'Iransf'er Agcnip. Fitburh II. W. Ilu .wr A Co.. Cincinnati, Ohio. " J. B. Moork, Loubville. Kv. It. I. Sasi, tit L'niis, Mi3ouri. IvLARKK i o.. Uhicajo. III. H. C.McldrUm, General 1'raveliiii; Aiicntfor tho bouth and West. , oo LIVE STOCK. Drovers and Farmers will find thi tho most advantageous routo for Livo Stock Capicious Vards, well watered and mrpliiil with every convenicnoe, have been opened on thia line and it connections, nnd ever attention is paid to thnr wants, with choice of market PhiUdcl phia, ew Vork or Baltimore and tin Allen town the i hhortesl, quickest and most direct roulr to New York. Pr nL'tPr,8'"'.1 S"P'. Altoona, Pa. L. L. HOUI'P. Oen'l Ticket Aeenl. Pi.ilad'a II. H. HOUSTON. Gen'l Freight AruPWU DCPPhemium on Gold Tlie sub- Fcnoer. who cannot change his prices with lhn nn .i. Vi .",..,'" or l,,cl rennnmon Gold, rather than the V al.strCet debascrs of the bct currency tMs country ever had, he now ol fers to all rem t ting the amount or thor orders in Cold the lull I'rcniitim in this city on the dav when received. In this way be hopei to do tlie country and hi j customers Mrue good wiihout injuring huelf, lor the Moutok Pi: cannot be mode without Gold. When Paper money is Bent, United States is preferred over n'lother. A. noHTtx, 24 Maiden L.ne,N.Y. Ininrra rtrttittA tt ili V.i? l . . rwi iiuuuuiuiuvi Kuiu, nitiiout incurring enarmous cspense in ndv. rtiMnS thechanscs. incomprKed to sell his Pons at OldPnce. Tl.inictn. i.i.r.... JOSEPH McENTIRE Forwarding & Commission MERCHANT, AND Agent for Missouri River Packets, Corner of Pine and Commercial Sts., . ST. LOUIS, MO. PaOMPT ASD I'EESOXAL ATTEHTIOX TO ALL 1 BUSINESS EMtrsTED TO MT CARS. jy'l o iiieuic qukk dispatch ia the Forward ing of Merchantlirc, Mark Packages "CaKB of JOSETH MCESTJBE." k REFERENCES : Merchants & Business Men of St. LouisGenerilly GREAT EASTERN ROUTE VIA OHIO & MISSISSIPPI BROAD GUAOE RAILROAD Mnkinrj the quickest timo from St. Loui tc Cincinnati. Lou's.i".!'. Na;hville and all Eastern Citie! New Vork, 42 hours. Pitllnrg2I hours Itoton, 44 hour. Wheelinr 193 hours.- PhiUdvlphit.33hoarr, Cleveland, 10 houra. Iwltimore. 36 hours, ljutr.i.o. Oi hours. W4hincton,371 boors ouiitvi!!e. 111 hours. , .Na'hville, 20 bnur.. From St. Louis' io Cincinnati without Caage OF CAES. Froic Cincinnti to Cleveland, Pitt lurijor Ecllaif, without ciianje of ears CgJ2tl!, Cliecfcpil Tliruiigii. Tli II A: St. Joe R. R., an! Keokuk packet Ihc North -Alisouri. j nil the OIiioA MIssMgipT It. tt.hmikc rinse and rciiablc cunntcuom t Ciiicinnnli, uilliootomMihu' ride, with the favor iteKil of th Wt"L The Littla Mwmi A CoIlumbu. A Xenia, and Cincinnati. Hamiltot A Dayton Rail-Road, for Dayton and Cuilumbuj. Willi the CletelarU CollnmbuH mid Cininuati R.71 , for CIcTclauu Rulfalo A .Ninjara Ear. The Pittsburtr.Celtuiu busA Ciuciimati, and Fi.rt Wayne A Uhicasu I! li.'a for I'itt5bun;h and I'hiladeljihla. fhe CV n t.nl Ohi'i R.R.. fur Z.irmrillc, W heelinjund Ral tuoTP. Manotia & Cinriaiiali R. IL. torCliilh colhe, i Marietta. 1'nrkersburg and lialtimore. and uirh either iHht F"ar Great Easteru Lines for New Vork or Ronton. PcJsenstrsby tins route hvet the advantage of wide nud spaciou ears, with greater liberality ol room both in feats and in ni-Ie. than can lie found on any other Railroad in tho Wt. and the Cc'infurt sllt?idcd by Foote's Patent Ventilated Cars by Day And Foote's rntent vcati'atod slecuiD" cars by niht. Paaancr from Ihc W est by the Ohio A Viss- iti-irrt U.K.. hve the Aitvantairoover Ibojo hi oth.r liniaLS THE CHOICE Or SEATS AND liERTHS, frjin Cinrinnatl,ft. tl ere are no chin res of cars between Cincinnati and Cleveland, I'iltJburyh or Hrll-iir. Two daily thresh Express train, (Sundays Ex irnteilA one train Sund-iy evrninr. Ml Ohio A Mi-eisjipi time TK.X minutes faUr (than St. lAjui,tne. The puUicarearwpcctfuIly cautintitd a;raint Lilla advertising other routef tiaking nuicker time. : Ak for tirkets via Ohm A Mi..is.'ippi R. R. For inforrnition, apph at the Ofiice. ?. 23, d'rt-ctly on the cornerof Fourth and Cnr?nut sts.t u.lder i'lai;ttr House, St. Loui-. T LUUilll, 4 t .Gca'l Tlckat Asfjit. liiii!iiibal & St. Joscpii Kailroad IS I" GOOD URIiElt TO DO BUSINESS Willi DESPATCH. 1803. 1869. BlilDCKS and imirtant points nro under thi prutiticn of United Sute3 troops. K'lgl-lar Dailv Packets from Kansas City and Lea.tiiwirth.connrct with the Platte Cuun ly Itallr'Mil ft-r St. Jocph, where close connec ttjnjare maJe with trains East, oa the Hanni bal and St.Jni'ph Kailri:.il. At Ha i ihal connecth ns are made with Pack et upned down the Mississippi river, ami witb all Ks.teru railroads. Pa'renscrs to Saint Loui, via. nannibal, en joy a pKaraut iiiht'ii rtst. and arrive in St. Ijui. next morning in -eaon for I usiness, and make connections tnst by railroad. Statk Koojis a.nu .Meals ox Packets, FREE. Pnssrngcrs to the East by this route savu from five to taven d.iys over thvso sjir.g by tho Mis souri river. Stages from prominent points in Kansas con nect with the Hannibal and St. Joseph Kailroad nt Leavenworth, Atchito.i, Kaosaa Citv, and St. J..eeph. Daily Stage coaeectiont made from point on the Kailroad to Lrxn.gion. Itichuincd, Bruns wick, Pari, Indcpenileiice, Carroltun. Ac. THKOtJOH TICKETS M all points Eas-t, North or South, sold at tho oliiccs ol this Com pany at Lawrence, Kansas City, Leacuuurth, Atfhi'on. orS.. Joseph. Tho II. & St. Jo. 1L It. Co., are selling SIX IIVAUUCO XaiO(JNAM ACUS.S fertile Nnd.situr.toJ uloas its line, at low rates upon a long credit. Apply to JOSlAH HUNT, Laud Commircioiier, Haunibal. Shiprs of Frt-rght by tbi line save time and Insurance. J. T. K. HAYWAKD, General Sup't. I. D. GnoAT, Gen. Tick, t Agent. W. P. Kouinsox, Uen. Frt-uht Acnt. r26-35. LABOR-SAVING SOAP. ASK Y0URJ&R0CER FOR IT. B. T. BABITT'S HEW Y'DBK OITY o m. -S i-Cl kv IT n my m m !' r, ri ri) I am Wincing oat a new and uelul article of cj ..:. l'....i. oi t..i i' r. oupeuui iicnv.li viiciuicai xintsive ooap or New York City Soap, put up in box es of JO , one pound each. Tiienenuine Krasivo and DrterMxe Soap has, since its intro duction to the American public, been most fav orably known as the Best and Cheapest Washing Soap In Marlet. Itcccnt fliscoreries (Xviou-n mbj to rAo manvfacturtr) enable me to produce an arti cle possessing cucmicai "UEiSKsiNK AND Era sive" qualities far superior to unyother-Soap Challenge the World to Produce j? Aqual. This Soap is rapidly uking the placo of alt oth er soaps, wherever introduced. One pound will K a inr as tnreo pounus oi orumary laimly soap. But ono quarter the tirtie nnd labor arcequired to do the. same amount of waffling aa w ith the best of family soap. It will wash with iua wntcr. Clothes need ir Iniiling, and but little rubbing with the hands, thus avoiding the wear upon the wa-hboard. 1 1 does not injure the fab. nc; an Uic contrary.it preserves it, and fixes the Nnft Man. ..,. u aim m-- " inai. ii you do not want a whole box yonreelf, got yourncighlors to join vou, nnd divido it. HARfl fjm 9 iP- KBI MlHa fc A a-T I IY& B J2rriea..e bo particular, nnd give full dirrctions, lot shipping the coo-Js. A'so. civa tlm .,,,. c juur ii-uiiict-, wiiu ino eiate and County in which you reside, Address, B.T IIAI5BITT. n t -ii' vV';9't,,g"n street. New Vork. I . b. I will snid 1 Ikx of fcoap on rcceitit ct G RTl'Ieaf e fend United Slates Trcarury Notes or Pos'age Currency. 11. T. BABBtrr it alio the nuuiurnrtniw r.k. - t'C i i r "miiu u tollowing celebrated articles, .11 of which bear tim iubkci s uuuie, ii genuine : 9 name, u genuine : nai." "SnEAr-Wheat," and "Union' ; Soap Powdfr. Ykast Powder, i ea&t. Concentrated Potasii.Co. "AIKDtCtNAI." hALUlATUS MEDtCIMAL 1 EA&T.UoNCENTRATEn 'ati.ii V.w CENTRATKO LKr,"EXTRA STAnClV'CAMTAE. tab, Sal Soda, Bakinu Soda, Acbo.v.Root. . Y. . .""'" rerouie paint, grease, or stains of all kinds. I irections sent in each bos for " making uo round of tho above Soip into 3 bullous ot Ilauilnemn Nnft Man. I TO., ET0. 159 im Fcrners and Friit Griwen ATTENTION FRUIT TREES! FlUIT TlEESi " HKE-SI9RE k mum niiin, N. R. GAYLORD, PropritSr, WE havo for sale, for tb aa'saf 1861 and' spring bf ItSt, L largest and choicast slock of FRUIT ORXAMEWTALTRMU that bas ever been grown on the lft Nnrorv h ..:. : ."-" ".. ii. ci. Aiavinv rnmiu...j mr -.-..j j "b uui. IOU.UUO tlMaj r on m the sprincr or 18SR. e hare tj 0 w OLDEST STOCK DT KAN m We say to all, buy trees of a LL 1 ursery. Trees raised in this soilS climate are the only ones that win Jar for setting ot; you who have fosSS from the Last know by experiewe!! Our stock consists as follows: m Apple trees from yearlin-rs "to hL, in'4 so: Pears, Plums. Clierrr P-fc Apncot,.Necterine,GrnpeS,BIaVkbel,: ha pbcrnes, Gooseberries, Strawbe r w Ornamental Trees. Shrubs. Rees. Hliubarb, Asparagus. Ac . We will take Grain, Stock or LaBfJ in exchange for Fruit T0 ot1 ,' a catalogue and price list. Office and depot between 5th and 6th streets . tht Commercial House. Atchison. Kan October 14. 1861. oct26-13tf. The Indej'aiidcnt nmm, South side of Jefferson Street,) Oskaloaa, Jeerion Coiatjr, Iiihi. ZtMf i U ! '"i- V' MT - ii. This- Establishment is prepared io EXECUTE NE'ATLY, AXD WITHEXPED1T1 OX Every Description , of R&8S&(DASIIBII?Ai JOB PEINTING SUCH AS ciKtxi. ihs, PRecmiinE, PH0IESSIM1L AN1 BUSINESS C1UK LEGAL AND COMMERCIAL BLANKS BILL-HEADS. HAND-BILLS POSTER, AC, AO Ttnmms Cmk BallrtHTv Orders respectfallj solicited aad otsptly filled. J. W. ROBERTS, PrapntUr. AT A BAKGALm THE undersigned oflera for Mie, at very bm figures, a quarter section of Land, beaatiMr ly tituated in one of the best portion of Xaaaaa good settlement mrroaadt it, and two iStat roadi pass near by it. There it no better aaiaaf in the State. JOHN W. DAT, Ij-3-a50. Real Grtate Ap0.