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THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS,- SATURDAY, MAY .2,8, 1864. sii Jjs&5 -- J$ - - - V 5 si. 4- 5. 5; - sg li M Wx aflrpcmlriit. PUBLISHED CVZKT SATCftDAI MO&XUa AT Oikiloeu, JeffenoB Ceaaty, lantix. Joci Seffrfheqf. J. W. ROBERTS, Editor. Bible Society Meeting. TLe anniversary meeting of the Jef ferson Countj Bible Society will b held at the M. . Church in this place ion Sunday, ( afternoon or evening,) June 5th, 1664. Rev. L. B. Dennis; Agent of the American Bible Society, For Kansas, will be present, and an in teresting time may bo anticipated. We trust every person interested in the cause of Christianity or the well-being t)f society, will be present. Aid Society. The following receipt will explain it self. Our ladies have done well. ''Mississippi Valley Sanitary Fair, Treasurer's Department, St. Louis, May 19. 1864. Received of Ladies' Soldiers' Aid So ciety, Oskalooaa, Kansas, per letter of J. M. Rice. Treasurer, dated !6tii of May, the sum of Ono Hundred Dollars, being a donation from said Society, for the Mississippi Valley Sauitary Fair, to he held in St. Louis commencing the 17th day of May, J 864. Sam. Copp, jr., Treasurer. - List of Premiums. We devote most of our space to the List of Premiums of the Agricultural "Society, which e trust every reader will carefully examine, and then pre pare to exhibit something at the Fair. County Scrip Lost. On mondty. May 23. 1864, I lost a - Jefferso i county Warraut, No 1831. payable to H. Gibbs or bearer, in the sum of 6 10. and dated May 17. 18- 64. All persons a forbidden to trade for, purchase, or sell such warraut, as I have applied for a duplicate of the .-same. Horace Gross. Kansas Educational Jiiursal. This work is one which should commend itself to every friend of education and progress in the Slate. Do the teachers of Knnsas properly appreciate it? It is edited ith ability by leading men, and liandsomdy printed. We trust the friends of education eeiy where will tndeavor lo ;ive lite wotk proper aid and help to put it on on a sure and pr- .manent btsis. Si a year. Address Kansas EJ. Journal, Leavenworth, Kan fas. Kansas Farmer. This pnpor lias been placet! in the hands of Loivmart fc Co. of Lawrence, by the State Agricul lural pociety, H. E. Lotvmin, Editor. Mr. L. is better qualified to edit such a jouinal tlmn nny other man we know of in the S.ate, ttnd under his supcryi ion the Farmer is bound to succeed, if merit will command success. It is to be eularjed and put at 91 a yenr. Ev ery farmer in Kansas should take a copy. 3T The Olathc Mirror comes to us in a new dress anil enlarged. It is a handsome looking paper. Success to it. The Dailt Monitor, is a now candi date for public favor, just ect afloat on the sea of newspaperdom by D. B. Em mert, Fort Scoli, Kansns. It is neatly printed and conducted with ability. m m Slieriff Gibbs informs us that f lis brother. Homer Gibbs, was killed in the recent campaign in Arkansas. He was one of the unfortunate regiment guarding tbe train which wae attacked by tbe rebels in such overwhelming force. Mr. Gibbs, however, rras shot after the conflict" was over, bj a bush--whacker under cover. So was also a jcoapanios of bis, Charles MicLaeT Bolb belonged to the 3fitlfIowa reftt nent. So this jNsfsends its shafts of (jeath in everj direction, and hardly a lassur escapes. Thomas West, the eriff tels us.is a prisoner. It will be renmbered thaost of the regiment were killed or eaptared. m a. Fo Bawock, We forgot to men tioa saention at the line, that W. V. Aujor, Esq. and LajrAmn Fisca, started for Bannock two weeks ago. Mrs.Allen has a letter from her husband f route, who had made good progress, d saet with but one accident, the kiag of a wjee) of tljo wagon. Sue ee$s attend them. " Dr, Gamble was considerable ou SVednesday crening by the raatliair m. f I .. 1 , . -5 "wj fii iiorses aiiacuea to a ! He was unhitching the horses lime, and the wagon passod oer AafcLo,!,.. It is said the colored population has become so numeious about Leaven worth that the darkies are to be clean ed out. We have a full share of that class of humanity at present.and advise the colored people te go out on farms or land and not all congregate in towns. We do not see the propriety of their all crowding into the towns where thej can find little to do, "and must suffer for food. There is plenty of land "in the country. Let them go and occupy some of it. General Order Ho. 3. Headquarters 4th Reg. K. S. M. 1st. For the purpose of drill, the com mauders of companies are hereby or dered to call their respective companies together at the usual places of voting in their respective townships, on the last Saturday of each month, at 1 o'clock P. M and drill until 4 o'clock P. M. All delinquents will be promptly dealt with according to law. Excuses of 'private business will not be taken. 2d. The attention of commanders of companies is'hereb culled lo sections 1, 9, 10 and 17 of the Millilia Law, Ap proved Feb. 24th, 1864. 3d. All vacancies existing in compa ny officers will be filled by elections as provided by law, on the Inst Saturday in June, 1864, and certified returns of commissioned officers made to the Ad jutant General's office, Topeka. 4.h. Commanders of companies are req ired to make monthly reports of the number of men on drill m each stated meeting of the company, and the names of absentees, 5l5i. Cammanders of companies are ordered to make return to these head quarters, on the 1st of July next, a com plete muster roll of their companies. 6th. Commanderb of companies will ask a contribution from their companies on the last Saturday in June, for the purpose of raising a fund to purchase Regimental Flags and Musical Instru ments, and report their action herein to these headquarters on the 1st of Jul. 7lh. Commanders of companies will see that these orders are read to their respective companies on the last Salur urdty in May. By order of S. S. COOPER. Colonel Commtnding. C. B. McClellan. Adj't. 184-4: General Order No. 3. IlKBQUARTtas KAMA! MltlTlA, ) Tohka, May flth. 1834. J I. This following olljcw-r are announced oo (be stiff or the Major General : Mnjor R. A. Handler, Topeka, Aoietant Quar termaster General. Major Charles ChaJwick, Larene, P rrass ter General. Maijr UeorzeT. Robinson, Topjk a. Ensme r-in-Clntf. Major John J Ingalli, Atchison, Judge Advo ca'c (itnernl. "Major Tliou:a White, Couru.il Grove, A'de dc drnp. Major John A. lfiker, Moneka. Linn Co., Alde-de-l ainp. Major 11. Siein, Leivtnworth, Aide-de Cim imp. liJi- 11. llMi!QUr!erol the ilwtr cd at Toirf'ka, Shawnee county. HI. All olficUl coiuinunieatioi's should head- dressed lo Assistant Adjutant Gen-wl, Topi ka, Kinsas. liy order of Maj. Gen. DeitzlcR. JOiLN T. MORTON. 19 Mw As.ist. Adjutant General. Attorney & CuselIor at Law, Jefferson Co., Kansas. THOMPSON, EAMES& CROW, Importers & Dealers in &4tflwS&g GLASS, QUEENS Brittania and Plated Mr t, mm TABLE CUTLERY, TRAYS, LOOKING GLASSES. COAL OIL LAMPS, dc No. 65 Delaware Street, LEAVENWORTH, KG. lseif LADIES' J3AZAAR. - "S. A STERN, OXALXB IV MILLINERY, AND FAfMGV GOODS, 65 DELAWARE STREET, LEAVEIWOKTH, Fan. Rnaaets. Trimmed and made to order. Straw Goods, Flowers, Ribbons, Trim mings. Embroideries, Uair Nets, Head n rases. Hosier v. Gloves, Skirts, No tions, Gent's Furnishing Goods, Man tilla. Clonks, Willow Ware, tfc, tec. 189-lf Notice of Attachment Martin L. Ifarvey ITS i Before Levi Wilhelm, J. P. for Jeflerson Co., William MnilltrflV l Kanaii. mm The defendant, William Moullmy, will take notice (hat tail ty nttnehrnent was institute" by the taid plaintiff, Martin L. Harvey, and was cont;nued to the lQtb dar o June, 18C4, at the hour of 10 o'clock, A.M., for final hearing, at h ch time, at hit office in Wjnchejter, in siid county and State, the said Justice will proceed with the tril of (aid cause to final ilgm nl. MARTIK L.nAUVIiY,I'lintirT. W. M. Ki.n-0410, Att'y fur lrf. Majll,18, 1933WJ3 Groceries, Seeds AND IMPLEMENTS. grantTprest, SOLE AGENTS rOU DAVID LANDRETH& SONS' Pure Warranted Garden Seeds, c. h. Mccormick & bros. Mower & Reaper, H. A. PITTS & CO.'a Threshing Machines, WE shall al keep constantly on hind a l.u:ue svrrLT of Plo-vs, Harrows, Fanning Mills, "Jorn Cultivators, When Drills, Hay Rakes, Ganden Tools, And titer Implements Too Numerous to Mention. Also a fixe stock or Field and Garden Seeds ! Which wo (hall Wauakt Fresu axd Piue. " oo Our Gaoowr Tbadk Trill be continued upon a Much Larofk Scale the comirg spasm. We shall be prepared lo fill nny citizen's basket or counirv man's wagon with good tMngs nt; 'low price aa any nousc in tno cuy. 1U3IU (or the patronage and IrieflnNhip.HstowfcJ uron u, ,n DO NOT KBf'r THE PL VCE, NO, 141 SHAWNEE STREET. 8t-6in EAVKSvrORTH, KAiV. THE BULLETIN ?f B1MBS" t QiLH to. -AND- MANUFACTORY T ISAWt STBE1T, (Oipo-siie the I'lantvra House ) WE have esullishcd. in cannfction with the Uclleti.v Job Phixtiso Orrict, one of the ben liimleiiCM west ot ftew ork Cuy, and Hliciulie pMti.nage or any having work Jn our Hoe. Wu fchall deotc ti, rem I atuntiou to the man'ifacturu ol BLANK BI9RS FOK COUNTIES DISTRICT COURT BOOKS, COUNTY TREASURERS' D00K3. RECORDS, REGISTERS, TAX UOOKS, And all kinds oi BOOKS OF PUBLIC RECORD, Manufactured from the best of flock, and in tho highi-kl t lo of the arc MERCAILrTBOOKS. We iniito tho attention of Mcrclnnts, Dank er. Minnfarturers, Hotel Kerpors, it, to otir facilities fir (ho manufacture of the lies 1 1 irds of Ledger?. Journals, Dy Ko la !nii.v l!Kik, Shipping llceci'iu, Sal B-ok, Hotel lUitcrf, Lawyeri Dockets, ic- Ac M AG AzTneTTn Dl N G ! Harper's. The Atlantic, GoJcy. Peterson, Ar thur's. lAdies Repository, Frank Is'ie, Harp er's Vckly, Pictorial Hmtorv of the U'nr, and all other Macaxin'-s. lound in Ilain ir Fancy Bindine. at the LOWES T FIGUUKS, Binding of all k:n la and styles Paper, Cilf, Sheep. Law Style, Morocco, Turkey Mo-occo, and Morocco Antique, done on shonekl notice. Baling of All Kind's Done Promptly. HJ-N. B We employ cpiio but first claw work men, and are prermrta to guarantee every job of work en' oat. Orders respectfully solicited. Address : BULLETIN CO., LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS. THE LEAVENWORTH EVENING BULLETIN. I has now loen clatlUhed one Tear, and It well know n throughout Kanau. Its success thus fur bus been greater than any Journal ever -established In the West. Th iiroprietors are oxterienced news papermen, and.lliorouhly kuoir the tastes and the wants of the people of tills Slsto. Tbere are tliree editions of the paper, rii . TBE EVENING BULLETIN,' Printed erer; afternoon at 3 n'eluck, contain the latest telegraphic. dlpalches aad local news up to trie time or going to prcM. icaMT, v pvrannuia. TBE TBI-WEEKLY BULLETIN Is Issued erery ilonday, Wednesday and Friday ,ani eoutalusthe news of the DaU),at$3 pcranaum. THE WEEKLY BULLETIN Is Issue d every Tuesday, and Is made up ext res t for the country from the six dally editions. Tckms : ONE -DOLLAR A YEAR. Ti Buttmiilaaasirs-paperln the best sense of tb word. Its columns will contain news upon all subjects and fromll quarters. It will endeavor not to deeelre Its readers by the distortion or reports or misrepresentation offsets, but will furnish upon all subjects the fullest and, most reliable information that can lo bad, accompanied by stieh comments as truth and nt prejudice shall seem to warrant. Etpedal attention will be siren to the local.and commercial newt of Leavenworth 'City, and the Rate generally. Asa commercial Journal Tbi Bi'L imx will be found unexcelled for accuracy and reliability. This department of the paper la under n ebarge of a competent editor. AGRICULTURE. " Id addition to other matters, a portion of the col umns of our "Weekly edIUon will be dovoled to Ajrr leu lure. We are confldent that every family that subscribes for Taa W cskly Bllletix will ayroe that It Is a companion of far grcate rvaluo than Its price. A spoclmeu copy furnished gratis to any who de um it. Address, " BULLETIN COMPANY, Aug. If, "V3 IS5tf Leavenworth, Kaaaas. General Order No. 9. UllDQL'ARTCES STATX Or Ka.fSAB, 1 Adjutant Owipral's Office, Torexi.Miy 2d, 1864. S I. Tbe r-i(fnatioit of Col, Goiiibrd Dudley aa Adjutant General of this Stato having been ac cepted by special order of this dale, the Com mander-in-Chief embraces this opportunity ol expressing hia cordial approbation oi the killfit, energetic and successful manner in which tho arduous and complicated duties of lint rcspju Billo office have been performed inr his incinn beney. From nnthiu, lie has brought tho office to a state of perfection highly creditable lo him self, and advantageous to the Sta.e. In his re tirement he will carry with htm the btst'wihis of all who have the Irue interests of the service II. C. K "Ilollidar is hereby nppointeil Adju tant General, with the rankoi Colcntl.rc Dud ley, rcMnl. All commiinicationa will be aJ- drcS'Cu to mm nccormnziy. T 10 ,. CARNEY. uu , 103-tw Comniqnder in Chief. MASON & HAMLIN'S CABINETORGANS.. Tho Cabinet Oeoa.n-m design, bot'i for the church and home-rfor the sacred and secular for organ prec ice and the ri creation of t-xtetn-pore playing combining all tlw.bct qualities ol the meloueon, and none of its objectionable ones, with many entirely new improvements nnd in tentions, prominent among which is tho Patented October 21, 1862. The capabilities of the abovo irstrument as an orgar within the rettch of all nhu desire it have opened for it an entirely new fie'd. hithrrto unoccupied by any musical instrument, and Ime elicited the unqualified indorsement o! over O.N:. Hdndbed asd Fiftt of the leading Organists and Mwictacs ot the country. No. 10 Cabinet Organ. This instrument i intended more par'iculjr'y for church rtquirment, and l? vry valuable fur organ practice. It contains twelve stops, drawing fix compkle Jets of retdi. with tho no ccsinrj coup'crs; tw manual;, and an indep-n-deat j-daleof iwenty-fivo ktj, iindis blown by a itond puieon. No. 11 Cabinet Organ. With ejht stopj, four complete sets of reeds, and two loanu-il la blown by ihe perform r, nod contains the nutottutic swell. luletiJcJ f"j the parlor and droA ing room. No, TJ Cabinet Organ DilTera from No. 11 in case only. For orcamsts who arc inexperienced in the use of pedals this i vur best charrc instrtimciit. being liai cent plicitid than the No. 10, and hotter ndaphd to transportation, we can confi lenity rccommrnd it ad ery dc:'nal!o for churches, public JialU at,it lo-J;u rojinj. Also a dnirablo parlor in strumout. No. 14 Cabinet Organ Contajr-s six stops thrto complete els of Keda and one manual a vcr txccllttat instrument for clmichcs of moderate mean, m it combines much of the power and ca bihty of the large! iiittumenU at a tt.Lch !u:co t. No. !23 Cabinet Organ, With two sets of reeds of five octaie cou'tins. containing the Automatic Swell, kcee steps and uoutjlcneiiows in solid lll.ick Walnut Lase pantl!el and ornamented mthrich carvings mi rk-aiu ioftrumenl for thedramng rotni and parlor. No. 21 Cabinet Organ S&moniuMcas in N03. 22 an I 23 in plain sub. fetaiUinl Ulack Walnut or 0k casa. Thisftjle i extremely popular ptrha3 tin inot m ot any that wo make its nnderato piire placing it within reach of all, at,.l ttrvea well fomtlicr the parlor, vestry, chool, or lodge riom. No. '22 Cabinet Organ Differs from No. 23 in case only This intiu ment i encisd in elegant nwewood.highlj rol. lihed doiitfctd a'go tor the parlor. ' No. 20 Cabinet Organ FoOr Octaves, two tcts of rceis, n jtomatic swell, dou'llo Hli"8 and kneostoj). lu elegaut Rosen obd case hfghly polfshed. No. 10 Cabinet Organ Same na Vo. 20, in a neat nndJ'.rHiatitiil case of solid Illack WnliietorOnk Ae-pUal i.-srn-ment for Sunday Schools of limited mens, and next best to ihe No. 21 for rriva'e us. No 18 Cabinet Organ, Fi octaves, with one set of reed?, automatic swell and double bellows, tn elg nit Kosonrnod case highly p-jli.-licd. No. 17 Cabinet Organ, Same a No. 18, in Walnut or Oik ra-e, An available ititttuinent for lioac urc, thougli rot so ciimpfcrH-nsivr a on instrument with two ct more ts of rcrds. No. 1G Cabinet Organ, Four octavre, with ono set of reed?, automa'ic wll and double bellows Inelegant Itoacwoed cai'c. No. i'5 Cabinet Organ, Same a- No. 16, in Walnut or Oak. Among thitniany clii lincufrhed rnu iwan who uiiquahtu-dly tndonw ihe CAKl.NKT ORG . m-ty be found tlBMinmesof tioitschalk,Tbalberij Wro. Mas.in, S It. Mills, Wollenbaupt, Satttr, tVudel.Stako-ch.Grobe. andSaniUrbon, Pianists; and Miirgan. Zuudtl, WiIcoX,.Moentlnl, iMag nth, Smiili, Flint Wls, Tuckerman,aiid Cutter, Urnmsts. What tho larger pipe organs are lo laiger chutclics niid h-lls, the CabiXEI-Oboams are ti iriatereiide-it-e'and fmallirehurclitsufid halls They occupy little room, are elegant as pieces of furniture, and re not liable tn f-t out ol order Jut puWishtd: School Foa Thk Cabinet Ocoan. By Geo. K. Koot. I'rico j2. IUccea-tio:.- Kos the Cabixet Orsax. Six number, of lfi p'ges each, IMce. 30 ctnts per number,or 11,50 per set. Warerooms in Bo.ton, Xo. 274 Wasliington lrHt. Address the iiiidercignel. Wcrerooms in New York, Nos. 5 4 7 Mercer ktrect Address MASON imOTHKKS. Insiriimeuis may be ordcrtd by loiter witbon- tiro confidence of icccitmg them aa pa-feet a? though i elected at our Warerooms. A dr ' on u ft jstoii or Now York lianlt, made r- -k- to our order, should, in nidi cayea, rcr .,'any the letter. Inscriptive Catalogues tnt Irtc by mail MASON & HAMLIN. Makers. IIostov, Mass. FINKLE & LYON'S Sewing Machines e rpHFSK MACITIXES make tbe lock ti teh. X sliKo "n botti sides, and ue less thm ball the thread and ailk ibit the singlaor double thread lopElitch Stachioei do; will Hem, Fell, Gather, Cord, Bind. BRAID tc., and am better adapted than any other Sewing Machine in nse to th frrqnent changes and great vniely of sowing rfqnircil in a fami y, for tl cy willew Irom one to twenty thicknesses of Marseilles without Mopping, and maku every stitch perfect, or from the finusi giuxe tolha beavie.l lieaver clolh, or evei the stoutest harnfs leather, uWif-ut elnngiiig thr fetd. nucdle, or teiifion. or roakictt any niijnst. ment of the Machine whatever ' J ! They are Mtnplr in contruetionf and easily underbtood ; and il any part is broken by acci dent, it i teadi replaced. lhee are f cciliar aid Important Facts, . and will go far to determine ihe choice of any INTELLIGENT BUYER. Please Call and Examine, or Senrl for a Circular. LOCAL AGENTS WANTED In all fectioai uol jet occupied. Add it is, FINKLE & LYON S.M.C0.. No , W8 1 BKOAijVAV, NKW YOKK. 157 iy AZEL SPALDING, Attorney and Ceinsdlor at Law, AND Dei'l'TY DlbTUICT Attounev. CKASsuurt'ER Falls, Kansas. G. B. GARSON, DEALER IN FAMILY GEOCERIES, PB3S3'OS5S, Drags, Pitcit Mediciits. Paints, Oils, it. KEEPS constsntly on hand a large and well scloclcd assortmenl of tlw be-l quality ol Ihe following FRESH STAPLE AND FANCY ARTICLES, which, dtsirirg to maks rapid sales cd quick re turns, he will Pell for ctsuatthe sualllm utino rnorixSr TEA, 'SCGAR, COFFEK, M0LASES. .VINEGAK. CRACKERS,. CHEESE, HERRING, fires and rirw Steins and a crcat variety o hewing and smohing TOBACCO A7SD CJGAItS. Whltcfi-h, Mackerel. Cod Fih : Oucr.dsga' and Dairy Salt, Sslenetus, Starch, Nutmeg ; Tf 'asFitubs, Washboards? A Buckets, Soda, Ground Pepper, Mmtard, Allipico, Cloves, P-pper Sauce, Lercou Syrup, Cafu, Cinlle nitk, Twinu ur.d Sea-gra-s ropev te CJNDLES.CONCENTRATED LYE.' Shivin, Castile, Rt2in, Taney, Family, and '' nice, D'ied Appl Dried ?eache, RaHnp, t. andlf, ilutcho., lilacKinp, Ulacking nruir.es, Hardy's fatent Axle Grease, Powder, Shot. Leal nnd dps; Turpentine. Lin sted, Sweet, Lsrd, Gietnr and KEROENUi OILS. lie also keepi a good stspjjy p- ,DC Wowing Blniitlard Tnlnit Medicines : A er's Cherry Ptct. ral Aj er f. J- n'p, Jud ton's and McLaiif.s Tilt", Trak's Mtguectie O:ntoi''iit,ilust ny.Lii.iincat, Garg'ingOfylVtry Davw' Paia Kil'er, Ac ALSO, Essences of peppermint, Ciiiniraon, end Lemon; and a supply of fine and fansy such a Coral Hsir Oil, CologiK, Turfewh Cryio Pomade, Ac Ac, Ac, ' If you w..nt anything in the grocery linctull at th Cerrer ol Jiff rson ancf Delaware Ste . O-kaleo-sT, Knnsaj, nhsre you cm putxhase il THE LOWEST CASH PRICES. W. A. R"6E. vr.j.TllO"OV . A. EOSE&GO., 45 Delaware Street, LEAVENWORTH, Wholesale and "Retail Dealers in Books, StationeryEnvelopes, PAPER. AXD SCHOOL BOOKS OF ALL KINDS rsED IX TUC STATE. Music Baoks & Sbcct Music ' BLAXK BOOKS, WAIL PArCR, Flatcap. Foolscap. Lrgalcap. LETTER AND NOTE PAPERS PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS; Pitiurtfjznd rVarut, Cartcinf ar.J Fiziirt$. W would call the particular attention of Mer chants and Print-r to our xtenivo stock, wh'fh embrace? nearly etery article usually k'pl in J iSook and Stationery I Iwsv )cr faci'iit.s or fiipnl.ina tie Ira c are HDeurui-cd. ORDERS HY .MAIL PRO.MITLV ATTENDED TO. o Cliickrriiisj k Son's iiii'ii: W. A. ROSE & CO., Have the Agency for the Sale of these ami other Pianos. Every Piauo Fully Warranted! Alsi Agents for the celebrated Grovor A Haker dewing Machines For tho Stale ol Kansas. lf5-tf STETTADER & BROTHER'S KxcJiisivoly Wliolesaio New York Store. 17 ICLIUManSTKEET, Sdath Side, between Main and Srcoad Su , LEAVEN WORTH, KAN. 00 . FANCY & STAPLE , SPr-i &oods9Siifis, AND- )m&& !j?j STETTAUK & BROTHER, EXCLUSIVELY WHOLESALE mis & atc? BOOTS AND SHOEvS YANKEE NOTIONS. CLONK G, etc., ctc eci. NEW YORKSTORE, STETTAUR & BRO THE GREAT OHY GOODS JOBBING HOUSE, 17 Delaware St., LEAVENWORTH. Kansas. 116-tf STETTAUR & BHO. The French I'rcTenllvc. NIGHTLY Kjiibsions trn.cTuu.T rKfisT El) WITHOUT TUB USE or MLDICIME I v the use of "The r'rench Preventive," ine greati st in vrniion ol tho ago. PriccSl. Sent post, pi id toallpattsof thecoontrv. AddressUr S. Ull Ti, Ifo. 2697, 1'ost Ollice, PbiladtlphiJ, 1 1, GitcnlarsMiit Iree. Notice t)f Fitinl Settlement. NOTICE is hereby given to nil rrelitor and others inlcreslol in Hie estate nf Win. T.Hiilehvr, drrr-ueil, that 1 intend to ninlte fifcal settlement of ail csiatu at tho next reguUr ami of the Probate Conrt,biiiirg io and for Jellirsm Cotmly, Kansa. to bo begun and holden in C.-knloosa, on Muiiday th -tth. day of July, A. I). ISf.l. ' SAMl'Kl. r.UTCIIEIl. lit.iw. Atl WISON & HASTINGS, -Wbbli?aleand HeUlt Deate ro in lOREIGN AND DOMESTIC IRD5, STEEL, 'N.t, j Corn Mills; Flows, Coltiva'on, GUM PACKtSC, ECLTING. Ac. ' AMERICAN dx FOREIGN i MC Farming tfc Gardening Implements of all kinds. S.0I0 Aso-" ff ,ae" Ctlchratcd The Best Known for the Prairjcs;- Our Stock is Full &-Complete, ., AND SOLD ZOtf' FOR (IdSff: Gallant) Extnitac for, Yourselve, at. No. 23 Delawarostrcel.two'llootsEait nt 2dst. --LEAVEN WDRTHrivXS!XS ' mir 20. -63 135-ly haedwaebF J.ICHARDS & CHAMBERLIN, . &ccrttor lo J. IhcAordt,y Hate nonon Land, at prres tosxtil th times, a Full Slock cf HARDWARE, - Suited to the wants of every commaaity. -q Blacksmiths &. WKon-Iakcrs will ficdal.arge and Complete AForlrafnt of IRON AND tJlhliL, Tools, Nulls, Horse 'hoes, Files, , Wagon Hubs, Spoics; Felloes, Shafts, ' fpriXc, Axle, Mrin,''tc. MILL MEN CAS GET -CinfttlGr Sgicp, Gum Belting and Packing Pumps. LEAD PIPCnroPE; CHAINS. & You and others will always find a largo Stock of Axet, Hatchets, Pocket and Table Culieiy, Lock?, Butts, Hinge, Spades, Shovels, Sad Irons, Saws, Planes, Sciews, Iron and Nails ; Amiciiltural Implements, Farming and Gardening Tools of All Kinds: Al3, sole Agt-nts for the Celcbra'cd- M01INE PLOW, Buckeye RTowers & Reapers, SWEEPSTAKE TIHJESIIERS, Etc. ALL OUR GOODS SOLD LOW FOB CASH CALL ASD SEE, AT THE Cor. of 2d and Delaware Sts., LEAVENWORTH CITY. nm mm wl SSeiml. ILnise. STETTUAR & BRO. Have just icctived. and ofler to tl.eir friends their larj;e and well afrsorted sioek. of D ComprKns nil the XEU'IST ard MOT AT TRAC I'lVE Goods of the eaon, to bo fold st The Lowest Prices! fCK 6TCCK cr 1b untutpassed y anj establishment-onjLo . . Jlis3ouTi'rier. 1 Bloaclu'tl and Brown Shirtings. Brown Sheetings! BLUE ASD BROWN DEN'IilS, WALNITT TVH.L KREMLINS! 'j'ckiiigs. Drill:-, 'Iminels : CLOTHS. OASIJIERESL White Goods, Hosiery, , Gloves, Rihhons, JEtc. Their Good wcr ptirchsed before the risj in tbe Eastern price, and will ka fold MARVELLOUSLY LOW I AU THAT IS ASXED IS GIVE Vi A RUi. -00- OCE BETA It X5?XBUSnUE3T IS Comer Delaware and 3d Sts., LEANENWORTH, KAN. UEMEMFER THE PLACE t 116-tf STETTAUR & B KO. Administrators' Notice. NOTICE is la-relv-c vn thit en tho 2d day of My, a.d.ISi'4. Letters of Ai'miaUiratioc on tlw Kstato of Josenh Hrittaio. deceasrd. late ol JrFrsim Comity, titate of Kansas, were i-uued lo Janj Drittain, by tho Protiitc Court of sil County nd St't. All persocj liaviai? cUininainst sail ostato. -ra rouui'rl to exhibit thenr tor nllowanc'i within on JtirJ after the data ot mil iMtrr", or lhy nwyi preclodrd irom nny bcnc&t n( ri.l estate; nrd if uch claim' l) ii"l exhibited iihui three v ar from ihodawil siiJ Ictur. l!i t wi'I b Crtv tr birred." J.iE IWITYMV Pfifcssitnl Cards. tuntifei mm, - --Brt .- I -t Corntr of Shamee and fifth Street. 1 M.r.waVth ntr. - - - Inns r "4 r If zS; J.LANBES, THftmr. r i f. STASIS LEAVE THUS BorSE lt- Tbe Table ialwsn"Sup,ilird.witU th Bt tie Markcf AfT-nlC - H.ALLEN, tr. , , siA5crAcicKE or AMJrAti is FgRKtTURE. 60 CHAIRS, STOOLS, 11 bedsteads; matresses, fabk. StawU,Cea e..e.. On' Hand or Furnished to Ordtr. No. 171 Dalawarc St..Near7th, LEAVENWOUTH. KANSAS. ."- pn. s-. s. cborBK, iPlIYSlCfAX d SURGEON 'V , Ofclua'o..3, Kaaa.. ', CFFEH3 t-M irofei:onal serricee lo tue cm FJ .own. --nji-Yr Itesiilri CC e.CC on u.iawre "V.r .".""". it -11.. Cuunty Ireisiirer") th e. " ! Jra" "" r. argts reuiO onule. " M.U DUTTONr JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, Ctetooffics..ljonIBsI..D-tl.- Hous.-, O. kaloosa. Jeflersoa Connty, Kai.aJ. apr-t-Mtr. ,, - U b- AX,M R. CBcZlER. S.S. ttDtCJS ADAMS. CROZIERiVLUDLUM, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, C.USEn.OF.MAlXAItlf.I'UAWABrWrre. LEAVENWORTH, NAN NOIAKIS PCBIIC. CEO. H. PCBOllV GEO. .A, JtOOCC 'W&l??' .- ar3: MOORE & MJB9IS, DeUware Street, bet 3J and 4lu t. LEAVENWORTH, KA5SAS. All operations in Hie line of oar Pro fession oeribrmed is a scientific and" satisfactory manner. lUrvuby Perf isMowfolIowinr pjbo Gor. Tuos. CAfonr, Ho. J. L. MclJowsax, WM- II. WATS02C, JOUX W ItSOS. 15l-ly i)R, G. J PARKE, trUOtlSALE A sttTAIt. PEAIJ MTJGS, MEDICINES, Chemical, StaioBiry, Kuist Oils BurniDe FlnH. Varnishes. Brushes, Djt ....!. U'i,..thw niasa.PutlT.Patent Medl- - dnes.l'uro Liquors for Medical Purposs Pcrtumery .Fancy and Toilet Articles, Xo 58, corner Third and Delaware st.. LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS.- 113 MERCHANrS HOTEL CKEHOSSS S1REHT, r.flKTarSX'MAIN ASD SKCOStTMS, . LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS A. H. PECK, Proprietor. Tf-.e Table is Supplied with thefiert' P , ; rrtlie M.irkel Affords. 'BOARD Si PER DAY. s.A.smsos.. v1 ST 1 S S O K i ha;v e s s. Attorneys aad Cauuwllon at 1mm, 'Office corner Mi and DtUwars St J LKAEMrBll ClTV,lta:A- JAMES H'CAHON, lTTORNEY-iT-L-4W. learenvartk, Isu. .. o Will practice in ha )istiictCortsi of Jefferson and Jaclson Goanties. 3lf sarc TrUfe. DYSPEP31A. EitTsiriuis, KroaiT Cojs rEAiST, Siek nd Nenrous Hesdsche. Jitii--n.!na. Gravel, Tet'er.Baibrr's Itch srl BsssV-Be- ATr"le rn ths shots disessssi with theb Spkdt sod Pzxs-si-vr .Cc-"" " to soy sddrew. Address S. C. L PHAM, ITo. X ooth El hth Street, f bilsdelph a, Pf . THUS. I. sTK2t.'i!V, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Wilt practice. & ' CM ! Jisfcn Touaty AdminLsU-ators Notice. LETTEftS t. idmioistrstinn upon th estate of Sarah iM. Parker, datura rot ;ad Uiurl by Ntth. K. Parker, la-eailm'niirt,tjr of aid eniv. havf bo n grai.led.i ib utidersisit ed by the. Jo4ol the Pistil) Cmtt o! Jeltrr. son Ctuiaty, Khwi, "lalnl Miv 21. a j 1331. Tha auihof ity or ll s.i I Nnlli. K. V .rkr crtsed bv th iirrn!et uf bit It tiers on tho 2J or of Miy. vei, VM. C OSU1 I I T Xx i?:i iT si J l ? t& fit 3 II 1