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THE INDEPENDENT: ,OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATUir0ArOTGTJSTT6n864: ? T FTT 4 lit ttdtptdtnl. rCBUSHID XVXXT SATTODAt HOXXIXO AT ".kiliest, JcffUMi Giutr, luiti. J. W. BOBRKTS, Hotter. Probate Ceit. Theie will be as adjoarr ed term of tie Probate Court hell on Wednesday the tcoib of August. All intertted Will mke notice. Saspieioii Character! Arrested. Six sen and a boy were arrested in tliis pliice on Thursday, on tbe suppose uon that they were basbwliackers. Af ter an examination, foar axea and the boy were released, there being no posi tive evidence against llien. Two of tbe men are yet in custody. One of then, who gives bis name as Peter Berry tut whose real nasse ia tboaght to be Unrtin Berry confessed to having been villi Thornton two days bushwhacking, tut .ty he was forced into the service, or went in to hg his pioperty, and de serted kiuI fled the first opportunity. The name of the other man is Mar tin, Rnd he resides in Jackson county, Kansas. He is probably an accomplice of Berry in horse stealing. But as they are undergoing an exaaainalion by committee appointed by the eilisens.con listing of Judge Spnlding, Col. Cooper, SIsj. Hitzen, L B. Conwell and H. O. Finch, we forbe.ir further comment an li! the evidence is -all adduced, But we warn the people of Kansas to be on their guard against bushwhack ers and thieves. -Accidkkt. Hurt, ibe oldest son of the Editor of this paper, was throws from a pony this (Friday) noon, and had bis thigh bone broken a little less than half way from the knee to tbe hip. Tux Jeftxbsoctax, we learn, has been bought up by a eoapaay of men for partisan purposes, and that Mr. Dodgo retires frosa the concern. We regret to part with Dodge. Oar rela tions have been of tbe asott pleasant character. We have found hi in gentle -mnly and uptight as an editor and a man. We wish him success in what evefjiorsuu be may engage. We have not learned who the new editor is. re have heard a good many in- quirivs fur bouses to rent during tbe past few weeks, bat there is not an un occupied dwelling ia town, A dosen houses could have been rented very recently had tbey been here. . W Fresh beef has been as high as I21eeata ner Pua& fr be,t cats, in r ullage dun',; tbe - Il bow selling at 10 cents. Toi hih' but not as bad as in some othwr P'05 where it is 2 cenu par pound. tCur has been up to 98 per haadred here, wbile in Vebraska we are told, bat two or three days drive from hern, it is bat 32.S0 to 93. This difference would make it pay some of oar citixeas well to go ap to Nebraska aad bring down a few tboasaad pounds. Bio Pbacticx. Boys sometimes fall into the very reprehensible practice of visiting melon patches and stealing mel ons. We learn ibat some patches about (own have been visited by the melon thieves, who have wasted and carried off the fruit. It Is known who some of these depredators are, but we hope they have been unthoughted, and will be guilty of such conduct no more, and we spare them any exposure at present. But.boys, remember that snauy convict in tbe penitentiary' commenced their -career of crime by stealing melons.frait, -and tbe like. It is jast as much steal ing to go to a neighbor's garden er field .and take ids aseloas as it is to go to bis stable aad take his borse. There is no difference in tbe crime; all the difference Ja.in the vatee of the' property stolen; :and tbey who sessasowee with melons jnay end with bones. The boy who joss eat to steal melons is on tbe high read to tbe peniteatkry. We snake these remarks to wan tbe boys, net to bnrt their' feelingsT W wish them ,aed nap tbey will all grewtip to aw aaxxeveDis men. JSeT We have bad n fair tjaaatitj ef wnhrmeluns la onr piece daring tbe fast week, reegief in pricn free 10 eata ta tf seats, which is, vary msssw able (sViIm tisses aad high smoea. Bat tsr the dry weather ef the pant snonth e aboald haveaad abuadance of all kinds ef vegetables aad Tina frniu. TmiMm.Ot friead Dati Nxw mss has onr thanks for seas ana wa MrnjeleM aad green corn. The form r warn sweet anal teioae, aad she let Mr Wt bad. intake by any mesas. ? he never want for nay fued Fast Dat was quite well observed by our community. Tbe attendance at church was Tery respectable; and tie d.scoarse of Rev, L. D. Puce oae of tlie best and most appropriate for the occasion of any on similar occasions we have ever listened to. Those who mis sed it missed rare treat. Basiness houses were generally closed daring the day, and at least oatward respect was shown to the Ruler of events. We trust tbe nation's prayers will be fol lowed by national victories. jfes?" Summer grapes are ripe in this part of the country. We believe tbe yield is tolerably fair and the fruit gen erally of good quality. RW We bad fail prospects for rain during tbe early pari of the week, but notwithstanding the near approach of showers, and severe thunder aad mag nificent display of lightning, we hardly had rain to lay the dust. We ne d rain very much iu this immediate vicin ity, though some portions of tbe Coun ty have bad plenty of showers, and tine growing weather. Two Good Books. Outpots or Ziok, wi:)i litonings of Aii'Mon Hie, by JK v N illiam U. Goodx. Cincinnati; Po fe Hitcnco-k, Tins is a book of n-al interest. It gitea view first.iif the nmsiuns among the Indintu below us here in Kinnt:, with an account of the school amen tbe Cho:ktaws. In the cond part w have h history of the planting of the Church in Kausas, amid the turmoil and death which characterised tbe first settling of the territory. Also in Ne braska. Part third is devoted to a de scriptive missionary tour to Pike's Peak and the Rocky mountains. It is impos sible to give any thing like a fair repre sentation of the work in a notice like this; bnt tbe leader will find'il full of incident, personal and historical, and will hardly lire in its perusal. We have heard one objection men tioned agaiast tbe work that it makes tbe aalbor too prominent, aad does not bring out tbe labors of others as fully aa their menu demand. Bat it should be remember that that the writer is giv ing something like an autobiography, ind that he .was writing aa aecouat of his own doings most especially, and hence tbe seeming defect referred to Bat we hope the book will be exten sively read. It has a peculiar interest for Kansas, and many copies should find their way to oar State. Tbx ilxui , tbk Swosb.avd tkx Cross: A Life Narrative, by Rev. Aurnxn M. LoRBAis. Cincinnati; Poe 4 Hitch cock. Here is a book that every one will be interested in. Tbe aathor was a sea man, a soldier and a minister, aad he most graphically pictures life in all these phases. Ocean's grandeur, tbe din of battle.and tbe incidenta of a minister's life are all painted witb masterly skill, by one who tells what he saw and felt. The work has all the fascination of ro- ajee and U the reality of life. Out under toJn Harrison in tbe battle which drove to Blh from 0h Bd u;,.hinh k .Mr;K some incidents of thai memorable campaign which we. never read of elsewhere. The pHTtow escape of our augaxine from a British shell or hot shot is depicted, aa well as tbe fierce battle with toe red-rkins and their allies. Bat the book must be read to be appreciated. No oie will peru the work without feeling well repaid tot the time aud cost. Price of each i these books 1(1,25. One criticism we make. The au thors of tki fe woiks occasionally use Latin or other quoiauons.wiieu the En glish would do better. Give us plain Eoglish in an English book. 'leaeaars IaatiUte. Aecordiag to tbe provisions or Law, a Teachers' Institute will be held at Grasshopper Falls, Thursday, Augast tSth, at t P. M. and will continue till Saturday evening. It is expected that every teacher er candidate for teaching in the aeunty will be present. Discos aieaa and drill of Teachers during tbe day, aad lectnriag in tbe evening, L T. Goonxow, Bute Supt. Pab. Inst. P. 8. As we go to press, Mr. Colby aeads as word that the Institute is de ferred one week. ! Tsaaanrn aad otlMts nttsadiag tan lantkata ta an anld at Grasshopper Falls, Aagast Sttn aoUsa f wfateb will as foaad ia tais pspsr, will bn aroriaai with baarafrta of azpsaw. All Taaaaars haldiag eertiaestM givsa bj bm aaraaj aettfwd that thay will aa nail aad of ao aaVat after Aagast S5th. 1S64. Tbara will be a aablio exaaitaatioa at the aloea of tbe laelitate aad certii oatee will be gi?aa tataeee qaaMfed witaeat aay ezaease te these, after wards there will be a fee of oae deHar. N. Coiar, Coaaty 8apt. Pab. last. THE BULLETIN goes mmm -AND- iiME MANUFACTORY MAM STRUT, (Opposite the Plnnurs' House ) WE have estailjshH. in ennncetion with the BciiiTi.v Job Pbixting Ornc. one ot the best Binderies west ot Sevr York Cut, and aol'cit the pntninage of l:ny having work in our line W' khall dtviito tcisl atttnuon to the manufacture ot . BLANI B90RS FOR COUNTIES DISTRICT Oll'-.T HOOKS, COUXTV TUi.U-ERS' BOOKS. RECOHDS, REM TEHS, TAX BOOKS. Aud u I km ta ol BOOKS OF PUBLIC RECORD, Manufactured from the best I i-t Kh, s.nd in the higher: stj In of ilinait ircantFlYbooks. Wo invite the attention of Merchant. Rjnk ert. Mannfactn-ers, Hotrl & , ic , toour faci'ities fr the nianufnctnre of h bet iida of LMigcr". Jorrnala, Dhv Bi ta Invricc Konkn, hippirg Krceipt nl"' liooka, Hotel Kcgistera, Lawyers' Docket;. &c Ac magazTne"bTnding! Harper'. The Atlnni-. Godey. Peterson, Ar ihur's. Ladies Repository, Frank Leslie, Harp 'or'a Wrekly. Pictorial IliBtory of tbe War, and all other Mapatincs. bound in Plain or Fancy Bindme. at the LOWEST FIGURES. Binding r.f ill kin l and atvles Paper, Calf, Sheep. Law Style. Morocco, Turkey Morocco, an I Morocco Aatiqun, done on shortest notice. Ruling of All Kinds Done Proaptly. tt3rN. B. We employ rone bnt first claw work men, and are prepared to guarantee erery job of work ent oat. Orders rtspeeifully aolicited. Addreai: BULLETIN CO., LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS. THE LEAVENWORTH EVENING BULLETIN. TUB LEAVES WORTH iSVESISO BCLLKTIS has now been elabluhe J one year, aed Is welt known throughout Kansas. Its success thus far tui been greater than sny Journal eTer established In the R est. Ta propnetors r eiperieDced nawa paperaMa. aad thoroupblj know tbe tastes aad the want of the people of this htate. There are three editions of tbe paper, rlx ; THE EVENING 1ULLETINJ Printed erery afternoon at 3 o'dock, eontalni tlie latest tetec-raphic dispatches and local news up to tbe time of going to press. TaaT, f psranoum. TIE TRI-WEEKLY BULLETIN lsissaed erery If ondaj, Wednesday and Friday .aol ConUinslhe news or the Daily, at S3 pcranaum. THE WEEKLY BULLETIN ts Issued eaiy Tuesday, anil Is mado ap eri rew t for the country from tbe six dally editions. Tzaas: ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. Taa Bcttrna hi a sws-paper In the best sense f the word. Iu columns wilt contain news npon all subject and frota all quarters. It will endearor not to deeelre IU readers by the distortion of reports or misrepresentation nf facts, bat will furnish upon all subjects tbe follest and tnnstrellsble tofoimatloa that can le bad, aecompsnled by such rommeau aa truth and art prejudice shall seem to warrant. Kpeeial attention wilt be riven to the local and commercial news of Leavenworth City, and the Ptate generally. At a commercial Journal T Bet ter! will be f!n J unexcelled for acenracy and retlablltty. This department of the paper la under ae charge af a competent editor. AGRICULTURE. Ia addition to other matters a portion of the col umns of our Weekly edition will be doroted to Agriculture. . we are eonSdeat that erery family that subecribea for Tbx Wiiut Bcllctik will agree that It U a eompaniou of far greater Taluc than its price. A apedmeu enpr furolshod gratia to aay wbwde alrett. AdUress, COJIPA5T, Aug. U, t law Leavenworth, WAItH AiTED X 2(7 WITH ,i CI c CfOO- WHEELS! THE ONLY WRINGER WITH THE TATEKT Gog Wheel Regulator, VVbtch rcamvELT preTents the rolls from Breaking or Ttsitting on The Shaft. It was pronounced superior to all others stthe World'" Fsir at London, 1862. It took tbe Fiasx PauilDsl at the great Fair of the Ahexicam Is ST1TDTK in NewYork City. 1863,wbere the judg ea were practical mechanic-, and appreaatnl C; Wsseele. It took tbe First Premium t the New-York State Fair -18n2 and 1863 Vermont, Pennsylvania. Iowa, Illinois and Michigan Bute Fairs, 1863, And County Fairs without number. ObukgkJudd, of the American Agriculturist, says of tbe Ukitusil Clothcs Wai.ioxa: Ve tbiak tbe machine much more than Pats Foa Itsxlt Etxbv Yxaa in tbe earing of gar menu 1 There are several kinds, nearly alike in general construction, bat we consider ft import ant that the Wringer be fitted with Cogs other wise a mass of garments may clog tbo rollers, aad the rollers apoa tbe crankshaft slip aad tear the clothe, or the rubber break loose frosa the shaft. Oar own is oae of the iral ssa!e.and it ia as GOOD ASNEWafteraearly FvOR YEAR'S CONSTANT USE." We have seven sisea from WJ6 to fje. Tba ordinary family sixes are No. 1, ail. sad No. 2, 7. These have COG-WHEEL8, aad an waasaJma m every particular. Oa receipt ot tbe prior, from places where ao oae ia selling, we will sea 1 the U. C. W., ran or nrnss. What weepciatlv want lea good CANVASSER ia avary ttwa. We offer liberal inducements aad gaarsatee the eselustve sals. R.C.BR0WNI5Q.. 347 Broadway, New York. Tfcs- Frsmcfc PrcTesttlve. NIGHTLY Ehishom smornAUT rsET so wmionT tk usx or ausieurx l-v tan was of Th French Preveutiva," tbe grsau at in vaaiioaef tbeage. Price SI. Seat paai-aajbl toalloartaoftbecoantrr. Address Dr S. CUR TIS. Bwr7. Feat Oftee, Philidslphla, 1, Citralass seat tree. ra li JaaBb MM 4 aVawflHBaWawHawHfe? C iflf IJfSBBsvl " Mil UJ asaw P"! aJ UJ MAS0N4HAlLIIf'S CABINET ORGANS: a The Cumt Osaax W daaigaea both fer the church and bora for tba aacred sad seen I tr ior organ prae'tce aad the rrereatioa of ostein pore playing combining all tbt bctq'ialitie rj the melodeon, and none of in objection i We ones, witb many entirely new irjiproremenu and in tendons, prominent among wbicb u the Patented 0etaBerr21t 1861. The capabilities of the abore instrument tt an orear wiinin the rearh of all who desire it- have opened for it an entirely new fie'd, hith erto unoccuDied b aov muakal leatrBnent.wat have eli-itrd th- upqualirteri Indorsement ol over uaE HcxDtEP asd Firrr of tbe leaciag Orgaaists and Musicians ot the country. No. 10 abinct Organ. Tbts inatnunent ia intended more paricular'y for church requiresienta, and i ry valuable fr orgau praitice. I contairs iws-he atops, drawing ix complete seta of reeds, with tlie ne ceasary couplers; tw manaalf,and an i'.depen lnt pdleot-twenty-five key, and i blown by a i-eC'ilid person. No. 11 Cabinet Organ. With eight stops, four comvlete -ts of rtxdr, mid to mannil 18 Mown b tne p-iuirmer. Hdd contains ti-eHUnnaiic.?tll. Intended )t tbe pitlur und drawing room. iVo, V2 Cibinet Organ DifTeri fmm No. 11 in case only. For organist wii ate inexperienced in tbe uae of pedal , tbi i. our best churce instrument, beinar ie cote oltcatrd tcaa the Jo. 10. and better adapted to transportation, e can confidently recommend it as 'err detiau:e tor churcbes, nubile inaiia ana ioj rooms. Aico a aesiraote parlor ta -trumenu No. 14 Cabinet Organ Contains six stops three complete sets of reeds ana one manual aver excellent tnatrnaaent for'c'i inches of moderate mcan, as it combines much of tbe power aad ca bility of tbe large inrtumenta at a macb letactrt. No. 23 Cabinet Organ, With two sets of reads of fire octaves compass, containing tbe Automatic Swell, knee stops aad double bellows in solid Black Walnut Case panelled and ornamented with rich carvings an elegant instrument for the drawing-room and parlor. No. .1 Cabinet Organ Saae masic aa ia Noa. 22 sad 2J in plain sub stantial Black Walnut or Oak ease, thta style is extremely popular perhaps tbe most ao ol any that we make its moderate mice niacins it within reach of all, and serves well for either the parlor, vestry, school, or lodge room. No. !22 Cabinot Organ Differs from No. 23 in case only. This instru ment is encased tn elegant rosewood, uiBly poi lahed designed also for tbe parlor. No. 20 Cabinet Organ Four Octaves, two sets of reads, aitematic swell, double bellows and knee atop, la elegant Boservood case ugniy pontnaa No. 19-yCabmet Organ Sinte as f. 29, in a nest aad saftstantial case of colli Black WalnetorOsk. Actpitet irsiru u.ent for Sunday Schoil of limited means, and next best to the No. 21 for private ss- No 18 Cabinet Organ, Five octaves, with one set of reeds, aotomniic swell and double bellows), ia elegant Uueewuod btgbly poitancd. No. 17 Cabinet Organ. Same as Ko. 18, in Walnut er OiW ea-f available inatrunient for borne ure.tbma1' so pimprehensive at an instrument with tu i mure eets of reeds. No. 16 Cabinet Organ, Four octaves, with one set of reeds, automatic wi 11 and double bellows. In elegant RoscwimI care. No. 15 Cabinet Organ, Starr , No. 16, in Walnut or Oak. Among the many distinguished mu ic'ans who unqualifiedly endorse the CA l.tET ORGAN miy teiuna inenamesoroouacnaiK, inimriK Win. Uaann. 8 B Mills. WollenliBUDt. Saner. Fradel.takoeh,Orobe. and Santlersoiw Pianists; nnd Morgan, Zundet, Wilcox, M wen thai, Mag rib. miik, Flint Web. Taekerman,ad Cutter, Organist. What tlie larcer pfpe organs are to la'ger clnucbe- et a D-llx. loo CASIXXr ubsaws are ;irtrstereM1eecxaBxlamaIlercbDrciiesandballa Tbe i- cupy little room, are elegant ai pieces nl furtnuire, a"d re ! liable to get ou of vtArt Jii't puhlibed:-caoei, Foa ThB Cabinkt OaoaR llv Jeo. h Hoot. Prior i. Hicaxa tiox roa t'i Cabixlt Oboax. Six iiumbf., M it p-ges each. Piiee S ut-uta par aasiberr tJ,-50 ptr set. u..A.'m in Bo-ton. !Tn. 274 Wntbinaton .irei AddrrrS the nnJei-hrned. Wsreroom ,nXw Vork,Noe T!.rcer.tre.t. Addrem m x arv rbi . l HMia. . .. .w orHrtbr ln'-ter withen tire confidence of recusing them as ?'' .7 i i.-i -. P uramoaaa. A di' ?Q a Beaton or New York Baak, made r .we to or order, should, in tech cases, aer -" e totter. DeacripUro Caulogoes sent tree by ami MASON HAMLIN. Makers. JiosTOir, Mass. Groceries, Seeds IMPLEMENTS. &EANT & PREST, SOLE AGENTS FOB DAVID LANDRETH& SONS' Pare Warranted Girdei Seeds, C. H. MeCOBMIOK BIOS-' Mower & Reaper. H. A. PITTS 4 CO.'s Thresling Madiie WE shall also keep aaawtaatly oa hsad a LAiux nmu of Plo'vs, Harrows, Fanalng Milk, lorn Cultivators, Whew Drills. Hay Rakes, Gaodea Tools, and ther Implements Too Numerous to Mention. AJJO A riXX aTOOK Field and Garden Seeds ! Which ws aUll Wasxaxt Fsxasi ax Pns. woo Oua GsoeWaT Tsass will be coatiaued upon a MccaLASaraSOAix the coming season. We f ball be prepared to fill snyeitiaro'e baetor coHBtnaiaax wacost with coos tctoga ai a low price as aay hoaseia the oitr. Taanl patroaaga sad triendship bastowaw the past, W0 will atriva to aaerit it ia the future DO trot FORGET THE PtACaT. NO, 141 SHAWNEE STREET. jl-6ss HATHrwOHTH, KAN. . G. B. CAESON. DEALEB IN - r FAMILY GROCERIES, "ROVlSlOrlS, Drags, Ftteit IciUciics. Pliiti, lilt, & TT" KEI'H eorftsatly on basd a large aad well IV se'ected ansortment of the bast tjaalg ol tbe following FRESH STAPLE AMD FANCY ABT1CTJES, which, detirfrg to niaks rapid sales and qakk re turns, be wilt sell for case at the sstiii.ssT utiKo nonts: - Tea. scoar, coffee, molasses. vinegar. crackers, cheese, herring, Pipe and Pipe .Stems, and a great variety o hewing ad traoking TOBACCO AS ClGAffta. Wh'vfjh. Muckerel. Cod Fish: Ourndsga aad DjirrS-lt. Ss'eraJta. Slareh.Nutmesa; Wuihtubt. WtMomrdt, af Buckdt, S. 1. 1 iroand Pepier. Mu-urd. Allspice, Cloves, 1V,t HtuC", Uemon syr;i. CSirajt, asiaw ru-k Twine and Sea-gra-a rope ; CNDLES.CONCENTBATED LYE, Shiiing. Castile, Rosin, Faacy, Family, aad Rice, Dried Apples. Dried Peaches, laiiaa, Caudle, Matches, Blacking, Blaekmg Bruahes, Hardy's Fateat Axle Graaen, Powder, Sbnt. Lead aad Caps; Turpentine. Lm eeed, Swrrt, Lard, Ostor aad KEiiOENE OILS. He al'o keepi a good tspply of the feUetriaa; Standard Paint Mediriies: Ayer's Chemr Pectoral Ayera. JnyneX Jad-son.- and Mclanr.e Pills, Trask'a MagnecUe Ointment, Masting Liniment, Gargling Oil, Perry Davis' Pain Killer, Ac ALSO, Essence of Peppermint, Cinnamon, aed Lemon: and a supply of fine aad fanay poiriiiS.!Eiaif. sorb at Coral Hair Oil, Cologne, Turkish Cryaa romade, ate, sc, c. If tou want anvthina in thesrocerr line, call at the Comer ot Jeffrson and Delaware Sis., 0kalooa, K ansae, where y u can purchase at THE LOWEST CASH PRICES. w.j.Taearrse W. A. ROSE & CO., 45 Ddawan Sire. ' LEAVENWORTH, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Books, StationeryEnvelopes, PAPER, AND SCflOOL BOOKS or au xtxas cars- ix vxrx statx. Music Books tt Sheet Music ILi"I BlflKS. WAIL PAPER, Flatcap, Foolscap. Lfgaleap, LETTER AND xOTE PAPERS, PEOTOGIUPH ALBUMS; Ptcturr -ind t'ramtt, O-nait and Fizivru. W c l ili- ;rii ular attention of Mrr- O1!! J lnt f wMiT Jilnw.tva .W, "Uih . rttrjr anicie onnlly kpt in 1 r-T Hoin Our taciltica or 'r.i r ar- wn'orV'S'. ORDEKS . . PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. CMckeriiVFSra's piAieos; W. A. ROSE & CO., Have the Agency for' the Sale of these and other Pianoe. Every ?isno Filly Wirrutei! Abi Aijtws for tt.ecelebrasrd GroTor A Uaker Sewing machines For the S:ate ol Kaoaaa. I55-tf STETTAUER& BROTHER'S Exclusively Wholesale lew York Store. IT tiELAWAsXE STSSEET, South Side, between Maia aad Seeoad Sw, LEAVENWORTH.KAN. FANCY& STAPLE Dni Goods, Silks. A-D tt STLTTAUR k BROTHER, EXCLUSIVELY WBOLESALB HATS CAPS, BOOTS AND SHOES, TAirXEE NOTIONI, CLOTH 5 G, etc., etc ect. 0 NEW YORK STORE, STETTAUR & BROM THE GREAT DB GOODS JOBBING HOUSE, 17 Delaware at.. LEAVENWORTH. Kansas 1 16-lf STETTaUER 4 BRO. 7-lBTJimafHH CUBED THE Inbrii ma no bH iifianee to the TSXTTWticrr. Oa.ZANK'3 aNHDOTB FOR STKOG OKlNKi a certain coxa rox BXtXKK.t!(Ka I ciate a dislike for strong drink, ai.' be -xlniii S-t reJ without lb" knowledw ( -i.ent lr ce.f I box. Sent bymstl v i't arirtsvbv S C.0PHAM, 403 Cb-s:i..it "wtu ChiUdtlphia, Pj. Cireul.ra snt fre' ATTbRNEY-AT-LAW, WW ataatiea la ts Caarts of WHSON ft HASTINGS, Whelfeaeeaed Retail Peals e t t - FOaN'AiairjCasWatjric' ' a " IR0.T, STBEs IVAIU, Can Mills, Plewa, Ctltitwars, aUM PACKI56, BaUTrUra, 4se. AMERICAN FOREIGN Farming & Gardenrng Implements of all kinds. Eole Agents for the Calswraaa, r?QriAi w&m The Best Knowa for the Prairies. Our Stock is Full & Complete, AND SOLD LOW FOR CASH. Call mid Exassine for Toarseltes, at No. 25 Delaware atreet,lwo doora East of Id at. LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS. saarSS.iaiSa.ly r1rMaWMMWs RICHARDS k CHAMBERLIN, s yaissttsnrt to J. JKcaardaJ Have bow oa land, at prices to asit the tiatea, a Fill Stork f HARDWARE, Suited to the wants of erery easaataairy aass.s.aai sswsa Blacksmiths & Wagon-Makers will find a Large and Complete Aasortaseat of IRON ND STEEL, TooU, NaUt, Bont Mom, FStt.. Waft Maas, tpkm, JsBaws, fterW, fewrilfsrw, Axlea, Skelaia, etc. MILL MSN CAN QKT Circular Saws, Gum Belting and Packing Pimps, LEAD PIPE. KOPE. CHAINS, Jte. i Yob and others will always find a large Stock ot Axes, Hatchets, Pocket and Table Cutlery, Lock?, Butts, Hinges, bpades, bhovel?, bad Irons, Saws Planes, Screws, Iron and Nails ; Agricultural Implements, Farming and Gardening Tools of AH Kinds: Also, sole Agents for the Celebrated MOLIHE PLOW. FAsBSAMS'SOALlS Buckeye Fowers & Reapers, Vi EEraTAxaB Tmamma, . ALL OURGOOI'S SOLD LOW FOB CASH CALL AND SEE, AT THE Cor. of 3d and Delaware St&, LE VEKWCRTH CITY. iiw mm $mm Retail House. STETTAUR & BRO. Hare jast received, aad eBar to their (needs their large aad well assorted stock of 117 dMDHt9 CoBtpriainer all the NEWEST ard MOST AT TRACTIVE Goods of the aeatoa, to bo sold at Tbe Lowest Prices! oca stock or UD3IS' mm SDDHS baantraaaasdbyaoyeaubliahaiastetitbe Miaaoad river. Bleached and Brovtn Shirtings, Browi Shettingi! BLUE AND BROWN DENIMS, WALNUT TWILLS. KREMLINS! Tickings, Drills, Flannels ; CLOTHS, CASIMERE& White Goods, Hosiery, Gloves, Ribbons, Etc ssaWaa'i Their Goods werparehajedbefora lbs rise ia the Eastern prices, and will be sold MARVELLOUSLY LOW! AU.TBUX IS CI1 qb BtTAiL an, Corner Delaware and 3d StaV, LEAVENWORTH. KAN. BXMIMBIt THE PLACtl 1 16-if 8TETTAUER BKO. BROWN & BRO. Have rrmnved tbeir Drag Store ta the cerasruf Sbawtive 4 < ais.. eaao aiui ilia Jiaasioa House, LeABWorih, sad have a hacd a Tall safely el Med iciaea, Fiae Perfasserv, Brashes of all Iliads, aad every ttief awTUiaiay te the Drag trade. lafCif. TPrrfeitiitlL-ti,.4fc . m. wi, Mbnej k Xmtil U iAst.0afa.V Ca.. . i AZEL SPALDING, AtatflatJ Uid Darrrr Dtarsicr Attosukt. ! : gasaiMBf ! Fsixa, tftlWi ttO!. Corner' 6f SUtmee mU Fiflk Striit; -- LeareivarUa Ctti, - -, - li J. LIMP- - - - fttftfettr; staowi taatw ssas wswax bxah.t. Tba Table k i alwaaa gaa-Mad wst afa aVat aW MarbatASa t-ne. 143-tf FALLEN, auxirrAcnxam or axb skaub m FUENITURE. aaasasssseBB0SjBaaBaaaaBBaa CHAIRS, S fO'OtS, -BEDSTEADS; VATRES8ES, , UwalgtS, LMkalg Ciitwlte TaWss. Maaaia, CsAaa, . At.. 6a Haad or Famished ta Order. No: 171 Dekwarc StNearTth, LEATsWWOUTiy. KAHSAi pa. s. s. coofo, PHYSICIAN A SURGEON, astaJeoea, sXataasxa. CFFES3 hk prnsraslaaat efricae ta aha art seat of towa aad aanaaaatiif eaaatry. Resldenea oa Ifelaware street. ossea is tfta Cunatr I'leaaaisttofsVa. Will day or nigh:. Charges raaaoahle. asi aaita. U M. B. BUTTON, JUSTICE Of. f Hit PEACatV Uoxnrx the State Coaatitarina, iaaad forOav kaloosaTownablp. OSeaat aha fjoaat Clerk's office, adjulaiag the Dattoa asoaaa, Oa kaloosa. Jeasnea Coaaty Caaaat. 8-ax a. a. ADAMS. CROZIER LDDLUM. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, COR1TEK OF.XUIHJUIa. lAWAaWaTB.Y LEAVENWORTH, KAN. afoTASsas PCSUC. avail A IVaaB, Delaware Street, bet 3d aad At ata. LEAVENWORTH. XA5SA8. All oaerattoas in the Hm oar Prw (msiob aerforssed ia scteatHU aad satitfactory xsaaaer. ao Kxraaby permisekm ro tbeMlewfa aaeratiai S?T-i" CaV J.L. KeDowfju, Wa. H. Watbox, Jexx Wiaox. 184-ly Bite Ge Ja PXRKE, waeuautx A.'bctau. scaux r DRUGS, MEDICIKES, ChemleafaJsstSJeaiarr, FaUsi. .. SpniBC n-W. TsrmsBee. Jsnashea, 0, Stass, Wtadow Qlas..I,.f,ulaTB5? OBaarelJfluoiaror MsehaaJ Powoeaa, Perftaaeryaawy aad Teilet Areaaa No. M. eeraer Thke aad Delaware ate:. i LEAVENWORTH.KAN. 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