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--. ' i. THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, APBILi23r 1864. It . . aE"6"BBa9E5SaE3S352"aV"9aew L ti l 1 s--, tvMc StfmlfWfttrfont I ' &"?" r 1UILISHLD EVKXT SATCBDAt MORXINQ AT Kir otkilosst. Jefferson CoimIv. Kamas. J. W. KOBEUTS, Editor. Agricultural Notice. A meeting of the Jefferson County Agricultural Society will be held in Oskaloosa, on Monday, May 2J, at 10 o'clock a. m., at the Clerk's office. A L fall atteuUence of the Board requested, is business of importance is to be transacted. C. B. McClkllak, Pres't. District Meeting. Pursuant to notice the citizens of the I9th RpreseniatiTe District met at the Clerk's Office, in Oakaloosa, on Snlur- I day, April 16th, and organized by elecl- Ig C B. McClellan. President and J. W. Roberts, Secretary. The President j-l stated that the object of the meeting was to select a delegate to represent the Distiict ia the State Convention which is to meet al, Topcla on the 21st inst., to elect delegates to represent the Slate at the National Convention to nominate a President. On motion of II. Gibbs it was voted x 10 enct a ueiegaie oy uaiiot. J W. Hobert6 and -. K. Duttou were put in nomination. Fiist ballott 38 votes cast and a lie. Second ballot 55 votes cast, J.W. Roberts 31, M. II. Dutlon 24. Roberts declared elected. On motion the delegate was instruct ed to vote for delegates favorable to the numiua'iou of Abraham Lincoln for le- eloclion as President. ' On motion of Dr. Buck the delegate '.Ir.wtt-il tn nl1'..r :i rocnlntimi In was ... . n .. . , me stale Convention requesting me President to prosecute ihe war with tl.c utmost rigor. On rniitm adj'iurued. C. B. McClellay, Pres'tT' J. W. UvBEUTS, S.'c'y. . Personal, l We had a call from ' 'ol. J. C. Vaughn, tdrorofllic- 2W.nu luesday, and pleasant ch.it ot a few minutes. Col. Viiuyhn is one of the ablest men of the State, llioroogii ami slavcrr, liaving givpn liis own slaves their freedom in the days of Lis early manhood, and de oed n life-lime lo lite cause of human li'ierty. He k-lds a igorous pen, -a nd IS nitlial a candid j innmlisl. He U doing a good work agai-ist corruption. Errors. We were absent during llie making up and proof reading of the inside of Inst week's issue, and sevenl errors crept into the paper. In the Gist article, second pige, I0:h line from -lose of article, the. word enrolments should rear! tmolumsnUi. Iludder oc curs for udder, and o'liers we noticed, but they were probably apparent to the reader. Died In Oskaloosa, Kansas, April 13th, 1864, of spinal affection, Rudolph Britts, youngest son of Preston and Elizabeth R. Wise, aged two years, one month and 19 days. 'Suffer little children, and forbid them not, to come unto me; for' of such is the kingdom of heaven.' The Border Sentinel It the titlel-of a naw paper recently started at Mound City, Lyun County, Kansas, by J. 1'. and J. D. Sooddy. Il re handsomely printed and ably edited. 92 a year. We clip the foil jwing 'puff' of. H. Lane from its columns, which will show our readers that the editors eaa draw a truth fa 1 pea-sketch, 'nstiir 1 as life 'Lane ia at once a t) rant and a slave, a huaaan and a be.itt.an ambitious dem agogae and a senator, a asrderer and a 'loyal outlaw.' A. man without the stast of shame, a creature withoat a Rwral seniinaenl, a bting without an ", hoaest motive. A political Juggler, a ociallibertine, a moral abortion, A x iBMa whone pairioiism is measured b? M on aggrandisement; wbo& heart is as mck With eorraptioaras Ins face is -S Vraxen: whoa aoaMs a unnharitahlo aa -. t- . ' . ". . ---- - aMdarr criminal. Such is .the Ckaraaaw arliih a nori-orloA nninir.u JNbtadapoaUieU.8. Senate. -Aw " aiaaa or poliutios, lie exertaa pawiai mnoence on ail .about him. aau j a black spot upon tia hop.or of the Bote, wbieh, like tiat upon the baud of Wj tfaebetb; - ' ' The thrtined apofwillaerer out!' Jfefeaseaiber wlien Laae and Lane's Mtfaatt aeaght t elect hint the United "Me 8eaate bv a Kansas Letrislature. at of time, out of place, in batte, and T ?. MMiBlaclarinjf company in Nadu r. U4tM .furnished to the Oovr u, vrn- J?'.1? tbebeglaaiirgQf the v-"jJ?"W !' of eolton-flanael war. arniv Orr tnnr tkonaand SBia Wgl&k, who "received one buadred I 4VeTiiy thoasand dollars for labor. iC' ployed in aaaking lliem. "-j-sr --. Slanderers, Look Out. ft An Tl...:. !... 1 .1 .. ... "a., ;13 isSUej me ifllowintr "Mer. Jt is timely; or, rather.it should have "been issued before" now. ' We recommend the editors of the Consei vative to the General. He acensessome 1,500 of the citizens of Leavenworth of being copperheads in fjull or iVgart. If it is a crime to call an innocent man a thief, it is a worse one to call a loyal man a copperhead, and only Tad men will do either: GENERAL ORDERS, No. 3, HeadqVs District of North Kan.,) Fort Leavenworth, April 2, 1864 J Serious consequences and great in justice having arisen to good loyal citi titlzcn from one citizen complainin" of another by reporting1 him to the military or civil authoiiiies as disloyal, without any other giounds than to gratify per ioual spleen or to accomplish other ends. Ii is ordered, Thai hereafter it shall be deemed a military offense for any citizen to complain either to a mili tary or civil authority of the disloyality of any parly without they can produce probable proof of the same', and it shall in like manner be considered a military offense for any citizen to ploclaim. by speech or in writing, any other citizen as disloyal, without being able (o pro duce the like proof. It is on the odier hand, enjoined upon all good citizens to bring to speedy justice all disloyal per sons oy reporting uieil acts andexpreS' sions to the proper authorities. By order of Brig. Gen. Thomas A Davies. D. J. CRA1G1E. Lieut, and A. A. A. General. Headquarters Kansas Militia,) Laheuxce, April 4th. 18G4. f Gexeual Order No. i; (official.) The following orgamzatio-j is pre scribed for the Mitiii't of Kansas : 1st Brigade District Brig. Gen. S. A. Drake. The counties of Leaven worth, Doug las, Atchi'-on, Jefferson and Wyandotte. , Headquarters at .Leavenworth. ' 2d Brigade District JJng. Gen. By- ' ron fc-HCiry. , The counties of Doniphan, Brown J Nemaha, Marshall, Washington, Itepub' He, Sliiily, Pottawatomie and Jackson. Headquariers at Seneca. 3d Brigade District Brig. Gen Jim. T Snoddy. The counties of Johnson, Miami, Linn. Bourbon, Cherokee, Franklin and An derson. Headquariers at Mound Ciiy. 4 h Brigade District Blig. Gr"n 'Jiio i B. Scott. ti,,. ,.,.,,, .;,.t- r n.,n.. v..i,. ai 'Men. Neosho. Wilson.Seivard and Green- , wood. ILadquartors at Li-roy. ! Stli Brigade District Biiif. Gen. S. X. Wood The counties of Shawnee, Osage, Vauboufe,Lyon, D.tw,Morris, Chabe Butler, Marian, Dickinson, Hiler, Way. Otuwa, Slitie and Peketon. Hend (juaricrs at Council Gtore. Maj ir Jim. T. Mjrlou is atinounced as A't Adj. Gen. on the staff of the the Gi-neral Commanding, and will he obeyed and respected accordingly All communications for Headquarters nil) be atldtessed to him nt Topeka. Geo. W. Deitzleu, Major General. General Order Ko. L IIeadq'k's 1st Brigade District,) Lea.venitortii, April 5, 1864. ) I. The counties of Leavenworth, Atchison, Jefferson.Doulas and Wyan dotte, being denigflHted as the "First Biigade District, " the undersigned as sumes command of the militia of the same II. The following is announced as the s'alf, iz: Capt. A. Hasting, Asst. Adji. Gen . Leavenworth; Capt. Geo. A. Ed dy, Quailermaster, Leavenworth; Capt. Edward D. Thompson, Commissary, Douglas; First Lieut. G. H. DuBuis, A. D, C, Leavenworth; First Lieut. Jonn Gray, A. D. C , Atchison, Jefferson. III. Commanders of regiments, bat teries and detached compitiies will at once report to the Assistant Adjutant General full information respecting the condition of their commands, the num ber and description of arms in their pos session, and the names of any officers who have not received commissions. S. A. DRAKE, Brig. Gen. Commanding. A. Hastings, A. A. Geu. NOTICE TO MILITARY CLAIMAMT8. Notice is hereby given that ihc un dershrned. for the purpose of heating proof in support of claims, under An Act. To provide for the expences of the Militia, incurred in the protection of the Siate lb the year J 861, 1862. 1863, and payment of the same, will hold sessions at the times and placeaTas follows": Olathef Jolifson Co., April 27lh.o,29th. Paola Miami Co., April 30tfs to May 3d. Mound City Linn Co., May 5lii to 7th. Ft. Scott Bourbon Co., May 9th lo I Oth Humboldt Allen Co., May 12th. Lerov Coffey Co., May 14tb. Topeka May 18th to Jan. 4th. All claims to be considetetl must be presented at the office of Auditor of State at Topeka, before June 4th, or to the Commissioners, at any time and place above related, duljr attested in ac cordance with the provisions of this act. Toa. CARNi;r, 1 Asa Hairorove, W. W, Gdturib, J Commissioners'. A Detroit paper tells of an amiable man and wife in that citr. ,lio bave just beoome reconciled, after living to iretber five years without speaking lo one auather. Tlio wife made ,a rasli wnw that she would not speak atq Iter husband until he apologized for having reproved her tte harshly for liavingj give aa expensive party -nrlus absence, and she'kept her promiie for the length of LtttiQ named. THE BULLETIN rpr 4 mx d&i W j.:'UAl.t w -AND- ao f? MANUFACTORY T I'nam lOpposi'e the Planters' House ) ITTE have established, in connection with the T T L'clllti.v Job I'cixmo Office, ouc of tue beat birulLnti) ucsiot New York Guy, and solicit ihc patrunnge or nny Iming work m our line. Wo thall devote c ccial atuntiOn to the manufacture vt BUNK BOOKS FOR COUNTIES- DISTRICT COURT BOOKS, COUXTV TREASUSE11S' DOOKS. RECORDS, REGISTERS, TAX ROOKS, And all kinds ol BOOKS OF PUBLIC RECORD, Manufactured from the best of stock, and in t lit highest stj lo of llieuit. mercantFlbooks. Wc intitc the attention of Merchants. Runk- er'.MjinBfarturers, ilotc-l Keepers, &c , to our fnri'iu'es fir ihe iinnufactnre of ihe bes 1 1 irds of Ledgers. Journals, Diy Bo k8 Invoici Itooks, Shipping Iicccipts, Sale Books, Hotel Rcsisters, sawyers- vocKel.o, ixc Ac MAGAZINE BINDING! Harper's, The Atlan'ie. Cocy, l'ctcrfon. Ar thnr's, Indic Repository. Frank Leslie, Harp er's Wtekly. Pictorial History of the War, and ali other Majraiines. bound in I'h in or Fancy Uindinar, at the LOWES r FIGUFtES. Binding rf all kin Is and stvtei Paper, Calf, Sheep. Law Stjle, jMorocco, 'I'urkey Morocco, anJ Morocco Antique, done on shone.-1 nouce. Soling of All Kinds Done Promptly. K7-.N. B.-- We employ cone but first clfif s work men. and are prepared lo cua.antec every joh of work ent out Orders rispccifully foh-ited. Address BULLETIN CO., LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS. THE LEAVENWORTH EVENING BULLETIN. miiv tvivvvirnuTii uvrvivre nirrrvriv 1 Uiunowbceu etablllied oiie jear, and Is nt.lt known throughout Knnjas. lti sarccM!ais far ha ocen crcawr man nuj journal ever i-Mawi.-ucu m the lVet. Tlio propnelon nre cxpcricnecil news- ' .ar ! ni.il hi'ipiititvrilr Lnrtw fti. (iifaa anil IKa want j of Ihe jx-ople of IhW Statu. There are three edition of the paprr, viz . THE EVENING BULLETIN. Printed crery nfternoon at 3 o'clocV, contains the inlc'l telrcraphlc !U-alcIie9 onl local nw up to tlio tinio of Juinc to prcu. TtuMT, f' pvraunuiii. THE TRI-WEEKLY BULLETIN liapvi mvi uaia iHvtwuf,utj .-" u- wjvi . . . ... .... . ... iRiMiifueicr ..iiiiiuKr, . uuuetaa; ana rriia7.anu coutalustlie new of the Uatlt, at$3 (wraMiuui. TH17 WTPirr.V "RFTrrT7TFXr jljxjU ii ajuiiux juuuuj.iii 1 ImupJ every Turwlay, and It mailo up ei reu y for the countr; from Uio tlx J all) cditiout. 'I khk : ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. The BoLtrnif Is a neira-papcrln tlio ljfst en of the wool. tLi eolumiu will contain nrwi uoii all 9iitJecU and from nil (jJartcr. It Kilt endeavor not to itecoivo lt readrn b the distortion of rciwrn 'or mi.rtM, refutation rif faru. bat n ill fumlali uion all cubjecti the fullest and mot reliable Inforinatlon mat ran i o np'i, aeeompameii u tncii eniiimcnu nt troth and n prtfjudleo halt Keni to narraiit. Kipeclal alliMition will bf ?iron to the tocat ami conmcrelal news of Imenwor!li City, and Iho Matascnerall). Ala cominercialjocirnal The IIul ietih III lw '"Tnd unetcelled for nccnracj and rellalilut) , ThW deart:niit of the paper it under no charge of a competent editor. AGRICULTURE. In addition to other matter, a portion of the col umn of our Wetkly edition wilt be dovoWd to Agriculture. ' Wo are confident Hint every family that lubscrihci for Tue WstKLT UoLtETlK IH agree thai It it a companion of f.ir cruattir valuo Uian its price. A upcclnien copj furnished gratis lo auy who de slra it. Addrvai, BULLETIN COMPANY. Aug. M, C3 IX,U Lcnveuworth, Kama. FINKLE & LYON'S Sewing SSachincs rpiIESE 3IACII1NES make ihe lock sMch. X a!iKp on both tides, and u.o list than half the thread and silk ih t thet-itil or douhlo thread loop stitch Machine-, do; will Ilcm, Fell, Gather, Cord, Bind, URAlD S:c., and are belter adapted than any iiili.-r Sftwin? Machine in use to tbe frequent changes and great vaiiety or sewing required in a tami y, tor they iu 'tw irom one 10 iwtiuy thi knpsri of Marseille- without ctoppinc, nnd raako every ntitch perfect, or from tlwi finest giuse to the heaviest leader cloth, or even tlie atoutcit harnefg leather, withuut changi-g the feed, needle, or teufion, or m iking any acijuiT- ment of the Machine hatcver ! ! ! Thay are eimpl'- in couit ruction, anil easily understood: ana li any part is broken by acci dent, it ia readily replaced. The aro Peculiar aid Important Facts, and will go far to determine the choice of any INTELLIGENT BUYER. Please Call and Examine, or Send for a Circular. XiOOAX. AGENTS WANTED In all ttcwxa not jet occupied. Add utt, FINKLE & LYON S.M.C0.. 157 iy The French Prcrcnllvc. NlOm Li I.MIBSIO'VS irfEirruAW.1 .-- etj without rat use of mkdicie 1 v tho , . .. t l A(t.m . Ilttt n.f. of in. of "The (fWicniir""""! ""- &" :?fr. ui., Price 81. Sent Hfet.naid toa Iparrtorthe'conniir. AddnU. S.J UK TIS, Box 2Cn. I'oal ORtce, I'hiladelphw, 1 1, Circulars acni ire. - i i . Notice of Final Settlement. vrrtrP.Y berrhv piirn to all creditor? ami other interested n the estate of Johu Hiighap. deceice.-l, tnai l lnienu n znai-o jmui t.i,, of aid eslato at tlio next regular term of the Probate oariininu u ''F""vtji t'.n. tn bfl Leouii arid holden in 0laIooa o MoudaV .he 4th ft&fffi Ag; 183-4W - Adnnuijtratar X9-mUSXENiSS CUR D.jET THE Inebriate mav now hid defiance to the Wrmn cur. Dr. ZANE'S ANTIDOTE vnR STKUKti uiiiwn. na cerinm iui. ru nat.'KC.N!(KSB. t crcalcs a di'like for strong drink, and can bo administered willioul lli i..U,trif ttm natlont. Vtlcc. t a box; Sent bytaalltWhy tddrcasLy 0. Ul'JlAtf, 403 Icbfcatniit Street, rijliJcl.hltf l'a. Ciroulrs ernt free- VI" jjpmr it. deal,. ' DEALEL1X JBOOTS &sSHDESj 44 Delaware Street, 44 ' LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS, Having taken the Store recently cecup'ed by SrAM & Eable, and cientd all ENTIRE NEW STOCK. BOOTS AXD SHOES, Will Coxtixce tus Bcatss s In all its Branches, Keeping on Hand Alwajsa COMPLETE ASSORTMENT or Men's Women's and Cltiklrcn s Wear, Vour Patronajje j? RespectfuIlrSoliuHed lG9 3m JOHV: R. DEAL. MASON L HAMLIN'S CABIMTORGANS. Tim Cirivet Hrhav i. ilpsitrTif-fl linth for the church .W'i home- (or ihe sacred and secular for organ ur..c tc and the recreation of siem- mre nlaviii" combininc all tin bt;tQunll!le,oI lie nielodoon, and none of iu objeciiontble one?, with many en'irely new improvements and in tenlioiii, prominent among which U the Patented October 21, 1862. The capabilities of the alxive irstrument as nn orgar niiliin the reuch of all who derire it havo opened for it an entirely n-vuVd, Inilnrto unoccupied by any mui'-al instramenr.ami hae elicited the unqualified indorsement of over Ove lluscatn a!d Fiftt of the leading Organists and Mnsiciins ol the couatry. ISo. 10 Cabinet Organ. Tin instrument is inunded mo;- parliculnrly for church riuuirtments. ami in erv valuabls i for orgiu praitico. Ii coutairis iwchc btorc, jurawiiig nx complete ittt ot rctu, icith the n tcwat j npupirir; iv.iDauiini", nnu an inuupcii dun: palate ot iwcnty-fivc kiy, and U blown by a fC-:r- pciso.i. No. 11- I. -Caliiuct Organ. i Wll fihl Sti-JH, f.Jur complete 8U of ILlils, and tun mnnutli U blown bj the pel former. hdii roilalcs I eoutomatic sw ,ie p:iror an, drawing room. I " No, 12 Cabinet Organ Dilicra from No. II in case only. For organists who arc inexperierced in the use of pedil, thi i our best chur e insirumnj. bring Ics con. plicaltd than he Ko. 10, ard bvtler adapted to transportation, we can Lonhdcntly rcrommrnu it as 'ery de.iiahle for eburcheji. jml'Iic halls and lodge 10 m. Ai0 aoetrawe panurin trumcat. n I lCiiliinnf Orirnti t .W. . -..M...W ...l. i - CflS-'nlr.s tlx. stops three comphle scla of r"fJs ' anu on mntiual a Vtr excellent wtrurcent lfcrchmchs.of modcrnto inraii'. as it comhiniii much of ihc power and ca bility of the larcel 1 inttt-mcnU at a it cch lif.co-t. No. 23 Cabinet. Organ, With two sew of rd of five octaves compas-", rniiinining the Automatic Suill, knee itcpai.d double liellona in solid Ulnck Waluut Case pnnellnl atidriiauirntcI mtliricli cartings an "'Ji-am iaJtrumvnt for the drpwing-rccxa and parlor. Xo. 21 Cabinet Organ Same mutc aa in Nos. 22 and 23 in plain suh Klnntial 11 lack Walnut or Oak case. Tina style ie extremely (wputar pcrbapa the most so ot any that o make it' moderate pri'e placing it within reach of all, und fervci wilt for cither the pallor, vestry, fchool, or lodge room. Xo. 22- -Cabinct Organ Diirc from No. 23 in cste only This instru men l U encased iu elegant rosewood, highly pol mhtd denized a'so for the parlor. No. 20 Cabinet Organ Foot Oclavca, two eels of rccda, njtomatic awcll. double bellows and kntestou. lticltgant Rosewood case highly polished. No. 10 Cabinet Organ Same as Xo 20, in a neat and, nubstantiil case of olil Blnck WtilnetorOak Ac.ipitnl irsiiu n.ont for Sunday School' of limited means, and next beat to the Ko. 21 for private use. No 18 Cabinet Organ, Fire octaTCs, with one aet of reed, automatic swell aud double bellows, inelrgmit Koscwood cane highly polithtd. No. 17 Cabinet Organ, Same as No. 18, in Walnut or OA ra-o. An niallnblo iimlrument for home uec, though not ko oimprchenaive at an instrument villi tiro rr more sets of reeds. No. 1G Cabinet Organ, Four ocIhvA, with oae sat of reeds, automatic nwtll and double. lelions. Inelegant Koscwo'-O cae. No. 15 Cabinet Organ, Satnfi a Xo. 16, in Walnut or Oak. Among the many ili.-linguii-hoilmu-icinna irho unqn.ililie.lly endorse l lie CAhINKT ORGAN iniy be found ihenainrsof ;ittechaIk,ThiUK.ri, Wm. Mason, S. U. Mids, Wolleiihaupt, Satltr, Frailel.Slakocch, Grobe. andSandersoii,.rianrsis; and Morgan,. Zundcl. Wilcox,Mo.enlhal, iMn mth. Smith, flint WtU, Tuckcnnan.aud Cutter, Organibt. U'liat the Tarcrr pipe organs are to larger ihuiches and halls, tho Cabinet Oeoans are to private residences aiy I mialltrchurchtaond halls The) oi cupy little room, are elrj;ant as pieces ot furniture, aml'arc not liable to gel out oi order. Jiiet published-School Foa Tux CaatMct Oauaa. liy Geo. K. Kooi. Price (2. Klckca tioss on tbe OAiiXETOiAX. Six numberd, of 10 p-igea each. 1'iico 30 cents per number.or t0erset. VVarerooms In Boitoa, No. 274 Washfogton street. Addrcs llie BndvKigned. AVarcroonii in New York, Nos. 5 & 7 Mercer slrett. Address MASON UROIHKKS. Instrnmmti may ho ordered by otter with en tire confidence of receiving them as perfect as though t-eleeteil at nur VVnrerooms. A dr-r on n Hoston or New Vork Hank, made' o- ir to our order. hould. in uch cases, cr ranr the !ettprt jJescriptirccauioguvsseuiKeepjmaii MASON & HAMLIN. Makers. llOSTO.V, 3IA8S. AZEL SPALDING, AttorNey and Cousellor t Uw, A'SD Depi'ty District Attorney. GnAssuoprpR.FALi8f Kansas. G. B. CARSON, DEALER IN . FAMILY GROCERIES; PROVISIONS, , Drags, Fateit Icflieiies,Fiiit!, Sils,fcc. 1" EKl'S eonstantlv on hand a lanre and well JL. selecte-i asiortmentof the bet quality ol tbe lullowtng FRESn STAl'LE AND FANCY ARTICLES, which, desiring to n aks rapM tale and qniek re turns, be nil! nell for cash at the svallect Ltvi.sa rcoFtrs: TEA. SCGAR, COFFEE. MOLAft.SES, VINEGAR. CRACKERS, CHEESE, HERRING, Pipes an! Pip? Stein', anl a great Tariety o hewing acd smoking TOBACCO A3TB CIGARS. White&h.JVIackcrel, Cod Fish: Onondaga and Dairy Sail, Salersctus, Starch, Nutmegs; Wushluls, WatAloards, & Buckets, Sotla.proun I I'cprer, Mutard, Allnpice, Clores, Pepper Sauce, Lemon Syrup, Catup, Candle wick, T ice and Sea-gra-a rope ; CJNDLES.CONCENTRATED LYE, Sharing, Castile, Rczin, Fancy, Family, and Rice. Dried Anrjlm. Dred Peaches, Raidnr, Candle', llatche, UlacMnp, Rlacking Broihcs, Hardy's Faieat Axle Grease, Powder, Shot, Lead and Caps. Turpentine. Lii -seed, Swert, Lard, Castor and KEROSENE OllaS. He also Keep a good supply of the fol'owin? Stnndnrd Patent Medicines: Avcr's Cliprrv Pectoral. Aver a. Jrne's, Jud ninV and McLane.a Pills, Track's Magnectre Ointment, Musttng Iamme.it, UargungUll, ivrry Diivis' Pain Killer, 4c. ALSO, Usencci of Peppermint, Cinnamon, and Lemon; and a supply of line and fanoy such a Coral Hair Oil, Cologne, Turkuh Crjs'a Pomade, ic, Aa, Ac. If you want anything in the grocery tine.cit! lit the Currer t JcfT.rson and Delaware Sts , 0-kaloo-a, Kansas, where you can purchase a l THE LOWEST CASH PCICES. W. A. E' EX. vr. J. TDOMrSOX. . A. EOSE & CO., 45 Deluxcare Street, LEAVENWORTH, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Books, Stationerynvelopes, IMPER, AND SCDOOL BOOKS OF ALL KINDS USED IX THKfTATS. . Music Books &, Sbcet Music ! BLANK BOOKS, WALL PAPER, Fkifcitp, Foolscap, Lpgnlcap, LETTER AND NOTE PAPERS PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS; I'idura ami Franut, Curtain and Fixiurts. Ycvould call the particular attentfon of Mer chants and Frinti n to our extensive stock, which embrace nt-srty every article luually krpt in Uook aud Stationery I lou-. Our facilities or snppltinj tbp tra lo are unsurpassed. ORBERS BY MAIL PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. ChicMnV&Son's PIANO AC W. A. ROSE & CO., Have the Ayency for the Sale of these and other Pianos. Every Piano Fill? VinrtBted ! AlsjAgsnts for the celebrated Crovar & linker Sewing Machines For the State ot Kaasas. 155-tf STETTAUER OROTHER'S Exclusively Wholesale New York Store. 17 I FXAWM8E STREET, South Side, between Main and Sf eond-Sts , LEAVEN WORTH.KAN. co FANCY & STAPLE ' liry Goods, Silks, AND Em.3R0!DERIES, So STETTAUR & BROTHER EXCLUSIVELY WHOLESALE HATS & OAPS BOOTS AND SHOES, TAKSSS K0TZ01T5, OLOTIIi G, etc., etc., cci. -O- EW YORK STORE, STETTAUR & BRO THE GREAT DRY GOODS JOBBING HOUSE, 17 Delaware at,, LEAVENWORTII, k'answ. U6-tf STETTAUR BRO. Nficc f AHrtsiIarmtUir. NOTICE kaereby giren.that ori the 3d day of March, 18C4, Letter if AdaaUnstration nnnn ihe catste of Daniel F. Binrins. ilrceaseO. were gMDtrd to tbe aDdemfBtd by the Juigeol j the ProUite Uourt oi Jeenn voHJMy.Bwai ot Kansas. All persons having elaimiagamMsaki male are required to exhibit them w lae Ad-mini-ilrator tr allowance within Ma year sroaa iba date of sH letters, or they my be preolud t I from any benefit of said estate; and if each clahui be not exhibited within three jearvfrom the date of said Latirra. they will be forever l bancd.. MAUY JANE HIGU1N& ltt-3-3,00 Adatlaiatialrix. SubscrilKs for the Independent, W1S0N t HASTINGS, VWkakaMiRttit'DtiA . IOREIQN AND DOMESTIC w& IBOX, STEEL, NAII, Corn Xilk, Ikw, Ciltivatws, GCJi PACKIKG, BELTING, Ac AXERILAN f FOREIGN Farming & Gardening Implements of all kind. Solo Agccti for the Cclcbtated The Best Known for the Prairies. Our Stock is Full'dt Complete, AXD SOLD LOW FOR CASH. Cill nnd Examine for Yourselves, at . No. 23 Delaware street, two doors Eat of 2d St. LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS. mar 20. '63 135-ly I RICHARDS &.CHAMBERLIN, S'icetH.irt to J. RkJtartlt, Have now on Land, at prk'ca to suit ilia times, Full Slock of HARDWARE, Suited to the wants of every community Blacksmiths & Wagon-Makers will fad a Large and Complete Assortment o IRON AND STEEL, Tools, XaUs, Horse Hhoes, Files, Wagon Hobs, Spokes, Felloes, Siafts, prnt'c, Axles, Skeins, etc. MILL HEX CAX GET Circular Saws, Gum Belting and Packing Pumps, LEAD PIPE, ROPE. CHAINS, &r. You and others vwllalwjys find a large Stock of Axes, Hatchets, Pocket and Table Cutlery, Locks, Butts, Hinges, Spade-s, Shovels, Sad Irons, Saws, Planes, Screws, Iron and Nails; Agricultural Implements, Farming and Gardening Tools of All Kinds: Alas, sole Agents for the Celebrated MOUSE PLOW, FAIRBANKS'SOALES Buckeye Mowers k Reapers, SWEEPSTAKE THRESHERS, Etc. ALL OCR GOODS SOLD LOW FOR CASHT CALL AND SEE, AT THE Cor. of 3d and Delaware Sts., LEAVENWORTH CITY. Iletail Bouse. STETTUAR & BRO. Hare just received, and n&r to their friends their large and well assarted stock of Comprises all the NEWEST and MOST AT TRACTIVE Go.xls of tho season, to . bo sold at The Lowest Prices J OIK stock or Ia unturpaeaed by any establishment on the Missouri river. Blcachejl and BrovnShirtiiig.. Brown Sheetings! BLUE AND BROWN DENIMS. WALNUT TWJUS. KREMLINS! Tickings, Drills, Flannels.;. CLOTHS, CASIJUERE& White Goods, Hosier)', Gloves, Riblnms, Etc. Their Goods wtr purchased belore the ii3u in the Eastern prices, aud ibc sold MARVELLOUSLY LOWE ALL THAT IS ASKED IS 1VS OS J. VBIA&. -00- et'K ftKTAIC JCST.tltLrSUatER r IS. Corner Delaware and 3tl feh"&Tarw.aLa..gaetfceav-, Kfreeofcaaree.SfjrseodiBg lacir arfcieeasx . LEANENWORTII, KAN. ' XEXEMBCR THE PLACE! llCtltr STETTAUR 4 BKO. A OENTLEXAN, cared ol Xeroas. DebiSty, uspoieacy, I rcmamre Lwcay aaa. 1 owiuul MJ- ror,aetuultdbvbeirctnbwfiohcrsk wiIlKjaj.'viiha. AoMrcs S C 1111 Vw J happy to ruruisa to ajl who neJ it (fiea of chararif .-'"l" Eistuti SticM, ilwlajclp!, . fiJJ rUS the recipe ami Jirtctions mattna UsiaV rtcaacujr uacu ia sis cas. i bosq n toning lautulii by bis exptriBe auJ piuica Yalstab.' iLsiu edy aill reeeitathcaau.e-.Lj ru-nwl!, ".cie-1 fully sealed,) kv aJJrcMi- JiUIA IF. UUIIK lii -3in No. 5V N Asrau S iu-c r; "St w V P.rfeUiilCJI Psi n IMJlOt KMtt Comer of. SXa vUtiFiflh 9lrttt LWTCiWMfc nty, t IllMS ?-: J. UN9ES, r-frtpkH ?- t STAdniJCATC IBliHectC tAtUt-i The Table-is alans applied With ifaeBrst ta MarkM Ag.tdi. 113-tr H. ALLBH", furnotreS" -oo " -5, Jt i l m.JLftlX- CHAIRS, STOOLS, UEDSTE.4 DS l ATRESSE; Uugs, Ltfcki$ ClMses, - TaWee. StaCefce,, e.,e;. v, Ob Hand ocXFuriiis.iied t Oritji . x-$ No. 171 Uelwivare St..Near 7tH - j I . iii "ir LEAVENWOUTllrKi DR. S. S, COOPEK, PHYSICIAN 4:, SlJRQEOXc. '"" mmr"'Hm CPFEKS his pn)frlona nrlces to l)te citi xrn of town and aarrouoiiing coaMrjr. Residence on VUmmtv Im-t. Offics-ia lsJ County IreaMirrrVtdRce. Will anwrraBeaHp,4 day or uiglr. Charges reasoulitrT' 51. H DUTTON, SM JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, UCioca the State C nMitut i.-n. iti nod f.ir Oa knlixira Township. Office at. the C.-aoty Cltrk's olfioi, aljoiBlnghoDuitn Ilu'uiV, t kalooa. Jefienoa Coonty, Kaia. apr-38tL .r ! .t T H.a.ADlKt,, . CROZlCR, ADAMS. CROZKllfc LUDLtTM, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, CONNER OF.3IAIK.Sn. lLAWAKirjSr.i LEAVENWORTH, KAN. NoiAtirs Pcitid. jc ae-yn? oto. . MOORB. era. b. rron, ifeOKE k MJMiSt Delaware Street,, btl 3d asid 4btt0 LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS., AH operiilions in ike line of oar Pro fession performed ia a scientific and satisfactory; maaaer; Kefir hy permissioa to thefollowia? patrons. Gov. Tho. Caksxt. Hot. J. L. MePowrxt, Wm. H. WA-rtot, JOH5 WIM05. ISt-lv "" DR. G. J. PARKE, J- 3 WHOLESALE AatTAlL DEAIRa IK DKUGS, MEDICINES 1 . Cbciuicala, SluftaHavT, ' Oils. Oaruing Flutl. Vamisbes. Biuaheav Dy Slu.1i, Window Glass. Patty. Patent Medi- ' cinrs. Pure Liquors for Medical ParpoeeB. Prumery,Faaey aad Tcilti Aiticlea, No. 58, corner 'Vhird and Delaware at.. LEAVENViORTHvKANSAS.- us MERCHANTS HOJEI CHEROJISE STREET. BSTWEES MAIS L&9 RXC9SB IIRin. - - LEA YENWORTH. KANSASt: '- & -$V JL.-3 SHE ' A. H. FECK, Proprietor. Tlio Table iaSupjlirUli.llieJk2: s?r- llie it.uxtii .monii. BOARD Sf PER DAT. A. STISSOS-. ST 1 K S O N K. r. HATS3M & 11 A'Y E N S. Attorneys aai CwUMlknr at L, 'Office comer JfeiaaadDIwS J i LEA KMKBHTH C ITT; KA!f i i JAMES H'CAHOU, 9 JTTORKET -AT-LAYt. IrartiwfrtaT, 1 Will practice ia la DUtrtcl'Cetnrta of JefftrsoB aatl JaeksoartlmAtsts. 3tt j TO CdNSTJM0VIS. fy CMisunipuva saffe rtra wilt rt ire a TaieiMa lirwpMiuaiiBjscureoi vunf-aiaeriMt. t JUr. EOWAKD A. TMdM. WiUnnitMl.. luaayteaaay. Haie DYSPEPSIA. EarsiriiAa, Kinv Case rvSfek and NerTo. HeaiaejM. Sm ratgia, Utare). Tetter, Batbrri Ilea, awt BU-J ma. A Treatise erf the atae HaSiM-miit-teasSnAaBJ Puv. rr.SZT..Lm .. 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