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1f -.-"S,1 THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOir'lsMATMMYSKReff fe? 18T6UT . - ' '-'g?rWlr-3BBe fc futojwMsni S rUBLlSBED EVEtYrSATCKDAT MOttXING ATW Oskaloosa, Jeffcnoi CoitntrIansas. J. W. KOBBKTS, Editor. Teacher's Institute. The First Semi Annual Session of the Jefferson county Teacher's Institute, Kill lie held in Oskaloosa, commencing m.j J ' 1 11 CiU - in -VUI. On vreauCBUHy, April oui, hi iu u uwk a. it., and couiinning three day Some of the best educational lecturers in the State Lave promised 10 be with us at that time, andBo pains will be spared to make the occasion profitable to all who may attend. -We uopa to see every . iieicher.Ht4iie cottntv at that meeting. "HsJand also everV-Wd-&Hpd of the cause, who can conveniently corned There will be a public examination oT candi dates for teachers' certificates.on Satur day, after the close of the Institute. District Boards wishing to employ teach ers should attend. ,B. K.'ITCabTKET, Sup't Pub. Instruction. The friends here will -take notice of 4he above, and make preparations for nlie Institute in a becoming manner. Homes should be found for the Teach ers during their stay, and every effort nindo to give interest to the occasion. We doubt not our citizens, proverbial fur their liberality, will see to these matters aright. Probate Court. The regular term of this Court will commence on' Monday, April 3d, M. B. "Dutton. Judge. Parties having bust mess will take notice. The Board of County Commissioners iiseets on the same day, for the transac ,uon of business, pertaining to the Coun -lr- Tist of AppoiatawaU for Leavenworth ..'District, Kansas Coaference, M. . C. .Leavenworth District, L, D. Price VP. E. Lavenwortli Station, D. P. Mitchell, -cne to be supplied. Alcl:i;on, R. L. Harford. Oskaloosa, L. F. Waldoa, Philo Back. .'Eas'.on. B. F. Bowman, one to pplied i Grasshopper FbJIs, L. Prentice. 'vYiiite Cloud, D. Dickinson. Hiawatha, E. I. Arrington. "Troy, J. Lawrence. j Doniphan, E. R Houts. , . "Wyandotte. H. H. Fairall. be 'Delaware Indian Mission, Jcob IBoucher. pjtfonrotia, A. E. Cliannell. -Mt. Pleasant. George i 'aimer. i - School Hotice. . Mrs. J. 31. Bice wishes us to say that she will open school for another term, at her school room, on Monday of next week, (the 27th inst.) Mrs. R. is an excellent teacher.and we doubt net will Tare a ful school. Echo! Notice. ,,The undersigned takes this method of announcing to the public that sbc will open school for another term fn Buck's School House, 00 Mondsj.of next week, the 27tii inst Terms, 450'per scholar fcr the term. M. E, Woodworth. . Oskaloosa, March S4tb, 18C5. The Mail Are sadly out of joint. We hare nev er known them in such deplorable condition. Hawkins Taylor was worse tlian' a nuisance mi Agent. There is no regularity. Half the, time we gel our daily papers trom ijearenworth wutn they are from tour days to a week old; ana some ot the time we do not get tuem This week we received some of our exchancrea for the two nreeedino- weeks in the same asail. Bo it goes. We can count on nothing with certainty This ',rery perplexing.- Can nothing be ff to remedy the cril? t.i - cfc3F Some of our subscriber com pfcn'that thefr papeVa .are dclajed at Hickory J'uiQoccasieally'.for two or oore weeks. UowwUiis? Will tbe post; wterfl Hickory Point explafa tfie , uter? U tbe blame, as chared, at t offitef We Lope not. Let 1 MOW WkyIt? She Jjmveiaeorik''-Times, formerly so - j$uUr ia. if viiits, now come to s "oeeaetoBallf1' What is the matter, JG? Is .the paper mailed to hs !3&flji herlofore, or not? We JSSi5k,,to;iB"r.,eW e blww A&ttMUlc-lltv C B.McCtBtLAIt ?$Z)lj Wm Ohio 6n?Mo.dar last. eIees raanyfrin(U behind. May , -7 U.IIIW.-j- te ttoldbas leeeomYwa la 166. jr. h,Te rtUi gone -wii. May l- V ' kfrV " ftWufM'W8w, who M, crawtv-omfcai Vrl. Li ... ' titf. nX?3f -Y JV. , " of 1 submerged. Loss 2,opo,OOU. -- f,t,fc"-10.l.erPhceseb!ve sffefed gWally. at UAIyi Ladies' Karnes. Mn. Editor. In turning over an old manuscript the other day, I came across n serio-comic list and definition of Li dies names, which prompted me to a "pnraphraso" of the same for this local ity. If you will allow a crusty old bachelor the privilege of a little-quiet sarcasm, ( the compliments of course don't count,) I shall be glad to see this in print. The ladies are by far the most attractive portions of thj world, and it is but natural for us to desire to know what their names mean. If, then, careful observation is any criterion, the following list of definitions is a good one : Dsra. of course means "lofty." Nan cr: All the Nancys I ever knew were "gracious," and, of course, that's wh; Nancy means. Maria is "hwrVWe' the world Over. Kmtx$Jfas any dmvwewflolnd Antoinette, it means' almost, any thing sweet. The original definition was "Honeysuckle." Lawu: The orthography of this word may be doubtful, but its meaning is always the -same ; "bright, shining." Clara is undoubtedly "intellectual." Emma means "courage." Susan is all "thoughtfulness." Ltdia is "generos ity" itself. Ireke "Laughing fairy." Hannah "Queenly beauty." Deborah "A zephyr." Xucujda "Fiery ambi tion." Lizzix: "Gentleness" of coawe, Phoebe "Unbending." Maitir: This has often been construed to mean "white browed." but its Teal signification is "quiet dignity," Looisx "Industry," without a doubt. Loretta "Modesty." Ann is supposed to be a derivative ol HaniMth, and means literally "regal dig uity." Anoeune: "Puro silver." Sarah: "A priBceas." Thurz a some times Tirza: "Brighf-eyed," Sophie: "Happy spirit" wherever you find her. Fankt: "Frank, free." Mart: "A true friend," Are not all tho Marys that ? Kate: All will agree with me in giving "modest beauty" as the true definition of this word. Julia: "Soft-haired fail v."' Child Drowned. We regret to learn that on Monday- last, as the wife of one of the drafted men from Kaw township.who had gone into the service.was crossing the Grass hopper at the Indian Mills in a wagon, Tvith her children", one of the latter, about four years old, was thrown from the wagon (or the vehicle overturned) and drowned. Another of ttie child ren, narrowly escaped the semo fate. The family were moving To the houso of a friend at Rising Sun, to remain during the husband and father's ab sence, and a portion of the goods were lost., This is a most sad and painful occurrence. Gonxv's Ladt's Boos for April has reached us. Godey still leads all the fashionable magazines, and the Book is .1 model of elegance and Lisle. The ladies are lost without it. 83 a year. L. A. Godey, Philadelphia. It is not yet too late to subscribe for this work. Strange. That the editor of the White Cloud Chief should be gulled by an assertion on the part of John Speer, that he (Speer) was an honest man ! ! John's palaver down in this region don't go very far in that, direction. Don't you know, friend Chief, bow John ob tained the material for bis office, and how he turned round and abused his benefactor ? Honest John ! Married. On the erening of the 7th inst., at the residence of the bride, in this township, by Rev.,L. D. Pi ice, Mr. Samckl Clare and Mrs. Medina Rich. . , .t Died. On Sunday Ih'e 19th inst., Mrs. Ltdia Cook, widow of the late Aaron Cook.-of Rook Creek township, aged 38 years. The Jeccasedleavei a family of small children, the youngest an infant. The husband, it, willbe .remembered, was killed by the rebr-ls while out with tbe militia, and now the wife and mother is taken from tbe family of small children, who are thus left de'solate. Hcaren : 1 .,...,15ir fc ' H Oy-The thieves and rflbbors have beonprelty effectnally(cleaned out of Nfmaha county some-hung.some shot and the rest run off. , . C7 The former wife of John Hallett, of railroad notoriety, recently obtained a decree of devocenlrom her hnsband, the custody of her child and one hun dred thousand dollars alimony! Hal lett married a Miss Convereo in 18G3. Frosted The bojof the 1 1th reg expbsed 'dtirihe the' recent iment were exposed durihe rjorere cold weather, and all of them more' or less frosted some badly, oth ers slightly. Their sufferings were grealer than at any other previous time from .exposure to the weather. ' ' Fkmuets. Tio lilglist waters known for years liare been damaging Jiortions of the country eut. Oil City, 'a, was entirely overflowed and moat WHtexcas ! ! ! Tboie wishing . fine set ot whiskers, a nice moustache, or a. beautiful head of glossy hair, will please read tho card of Tno j. F. CiuruAX in another part of thi paper. 237 Editor cf The Indeptndent : Dear Sie v 1 wi'h to ay to the readers of your paper, that I will tend, by return mail, to all who wish it (free) a Recipe, with full direc tion for making and using a simple Vegetable It ilm thai will effectually remove, in ten days, l'imple, Blotches, Tan.l'reckles.andaiympu ritics of the Skin, Uaving the same soft, clear, smooth e and Ueautiful. I will also taail free to those having Bald Heads or Bare Facc?,timp!e directions and information that will enable them to start a'fult growth of, Luxuriant llnir, Whiskers, or a Moustache,. in lcsthan thirty-days. " i8" All applications answered by return mail with-, out charce. TII08. F. CHAPM ANf Chemist. 237-3m 831,' Broadway. New York. r LEGAJrRD. Law user, March, 1865. this method to inform mv old clients tJ-lr'""'' friendo, that after nearly tir n years1 ser vice xn tne army as oommiisaiy ot Subsistence, I hare returned and resumed the practice of mv profession, and will take pleasure in unending toaajrond all business intrusted to my carc.Je fore thctliiTercnt courts; State or Fc'dtral, or any business lforo CongTcs, or either of the depart ments at Washington. Uaving rerurcd the ser vices oi one of the ab'cst lawyrs in Waaliin ton, I can say with confidence, that it will be to tho advantage of nil persons having claims ag ainst the Government, to place them in my hands for collection. JAMES CHRISTIAN, Attorney at Law 235-3m Old firm ol Cueistiax &. Lake. N. It. I will attend to getting pay duo otliccrs of tho 4th and Sifc Indian Regiments. THE CELEBRATED CRAIG MICROSCOPE. THE best, simplest and muit powerful Micro scope in the world ! A beautiful present to old or rouug. Untten up on an en tirely ne'w plan. Minifies nearly 10,000 times 1 power equal to com plicated jo Microscopes. 1 lie only instrument which requi-cs co focal adjustment, therefore it can be used br every one-evi 11 bv children. Ad apted to the family circle, as well as feicntiiic use. Shows the adultera tion in food, animili iu water, glob ules in b'ood-and other fluids : tubu lar structure f htr, elaws'on n flj's foot, and, in fact, the ohjccTs u hich can be examined in it are without number, and it lasts a lifc-tice. Agents wanted everj where. Liberal terms at wholesale. Send stamp for Circulars. Trice only f2,50 Bcautilul Mounted Objects only l,SU per dozen. Thk Pocket Kovlltt Microscopk, companion of the Craig, is adapted to the exam ination of living iiiycctp, flowers, seeds, leircs, cloths, binK bills, wool, hair, the skin, and bp- aqae objects gtncraiiy. rrico only j.uo. AIw, the new anil tieamnul lo'ding iiil.iji.i.. VUi; STCKKUhCOt'tl which macnifics tdcturrs larec and life-like. Trice $3.00, Choice Stereoscopic Views $3 per doz. Any of tho above ins'mmenu will bo sent by mail, po-t paid, on receipt of price. Alto. TELESCOPES of all sixes, and pjwer. prices ranging from ?5 to 20, rent by express to ny part of the country. The S20 Te!cci.pcs will brine close to tbe eye men, rattle, game, and all objects from a distance of four miles. For any of the foregoing articles, address u. u. JtbAti, uircsgo. Illinois. 2313m (P. O. Box 1035.) .E. M. PIPER & CO., JJCUIITS HI STAPLE & FANCY ws m" ! CLOTHING, Boots and Shoes. JYolions, etc., etc., No. 42 Delaware Street, Leavenworth, Kansas. 0 Our stock embraces all the NEW & DESIRABLE STIPES naj inf Goo full Variety, and for the ,Oub!asliicodFabrics now Won inF Ladies' Dress Goods, "' Willi TRIMMINGS to suit the same Muslins, and all White Goods, Prints and Colored Goods, Fancy and Plain, All of whichViIl.be sold on the NOST, REASONABLE TERNS. We' are pleased to announce to the citizens of Jefferson County that we have secured Mr. Hexky Ckauus as -one ol our Salesmen, who will be happy to see nis tneuus at our - . - Storo. Rememboi -the place -42' Dela ware street. r . K M. PIPER. 222 4tn . ' - ' Order of Publication... , STATE OFKANSAg.J Js ,'t.;- ' ' COBXTV OFjFISO."-l - - ' In thr District Cuuit of the Third Judicial District of the State of .Kansas, billing in and for the'County of Jefferson, to said State. Casandcr Kingtbury, PlainlifT, , - V3 - .Kdward TTJny4iury. Dcfcudmit Vou, tbe aboie ranted Edward Klnestiurr. aVu hercbv notified, by pablicillon hereof bclns made In "'Tho1 IudeDenderif-for six causecutiwi neukt. that the above named plaintiff, Casandcr Kingsbury, has tiled her petition in Uio ubove oktilli'd ull a; afint jroti. In ilie abofa neatbjimd court, wherein 'ald"u!t Unow neuJiliR, tho ohjoct of which and the prajerof aald petition is, fnrtlio said j.laintlu" to obtain adirorce from tbe tondsof nialriinonv hern toforo coutrotted between ynu and the said plaintiff, onorabout lbo2Cth diir of October, A. D. IftlO.in the County of ttlnnebago, Statu of Illinois; and ttio taid plaintiff 18 tbe aald petition alleged laatme hm beroe to Tout the fruitu of Mid marriage, two children, David Oaerin,aud about 2 years, and Charles William, agcdaboutlOycars; that she .has at all UUioa uenicancu utinoii iuheidi yu uu tifulM ftlUirul wire; andinai yon,aurefrarame vnor duties toward tho said plaintiff, without her consent or wish, on or about Hie 27th day of Febru ary., A. i. tf0, left the enid plaintiff, and that you hnve, e'ver since said 27th day of February, A. D. 18C0, bcn wllirnlly absent from her, alttionph often requested and urged to return to her, and do and perform the dutiot which you, as her)iuslwnd,O0i;ht lo iio ano pcnuinit "" iuu. iueivn hckicci of your dnty to said plaintiff, haviJ, for more than three years pnn ious to the fl inj of the said petition, utterly neglected and, rcfafod, Bjid stilt utterly neg lect and refuse to (urnib and provide for tho said nimlniiir. or lor her and your children aforesaid. ftod tr rttimint, or any means wherewith tho samo couio oe purcnascii orprucMrcu. nut,uu, mowmi Edward Klnestiury, are farther nollled, that tho aid ptainttff In said petition pray that tho custody, care, and education of the said children may M de creed to her, the, said plaintiff. And you, the JmI4 Edward Klngibury,are further notiOod tint vou are required to answer tho said petition on or lh.fore.tho first day of Mar, A. l. IfiG3, and that unless you an swer tUa same on or before the day last named, said petition will be taken a true, aim juugmom reuu cred. accordingly, DjXeil this 11th day of Fchrnnrr, A. D. 1865. f - ' ci-oncftci uhk.it, 232 ft t,H0em $ 23" AUonieys for I'lubstllT. jr J j , , w.j,'THOitrsox . A.bB0SJ?.4i4 Ib.Mclaimte Street, L E A ME NWORTH, Wholesale and Retail Dealers la Books, Stationery, Ea?elope3j PAPER, AND SCHOOL BOOKS S OF ALL RtKDS USED IX THE STATE. Music Books & Snoct Music bunk; books, wall paper, 7lalcnp, Foolscap, Legalcap, LETTER' AND NOTE PAPERS, PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS; Picluta and Frame$, Curtains and Future. Ye would cill tho particular attention of Mer chants and i'rintcra to our extensive stock, w hich embraces nearly every article usually kept in a Book and Stationery I louse. Our iaciuties or tupph ing the trulc are unsurpw'd. ORDERS BYAtt PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. Chickcring & Son's W. A. ROSE & CO., Have the Ageneyifor the Sale of these and other Pianos. Every Piaio Fnllr Warranted ! Alsi Agents for the celebrated Grovcr 4 Baker Sewing Machines For tho State ot Kansas. 153-lf 1864wiANTERil864! DANIELS, MILLINGTON & Co, No. f2 Delaware St., Leavenworth, WHOLESALE &IRDTAIL DEALERS IN Staple and Fancy as a. jac Ksas IPrcss Goods, Cloaks, Shawls, 00 Gloves IFosieiy, Hoop?, Balmorals CO CLOTHING & CLOTHS ' To rdroiifr a COMPLETE OUTFIT " or itoth Under and Ontward Wear. 00 ' Bools and Shoes, Hats and Caps! CO EVERY ARTICLE NEEDED l'OR TIIL CHILDREN A.VD HOUSEHOLD. 00 A FiaeDifplsy of Common, Plain, and 2 & 3 Fli Carpets OIL CLOTHS, RUGS, &c. PAPER HANGINGS, Table ami Pocket Cutlory, YANKEE WOTlOfiS, & C . . All of Which wiil bo Sold at the Most RcasonabI Prices. HEMEMBER THE PLACE ! No. 52 Delaware Street, LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS. DANIELS, MILLINGTON &. CO. Oct. lit, 1301. 213 3m LADIES' BAZAAR. .:' ' S. A. STEO'N, DEAIXIl IK MILLINERY-, - ' r AND 7 FANGV GOODS, , 63 DELAWARE STREET. -IE VESW0RTH, Kan. Bonnets, Trimmed and made to order, Striw Goods, Fibbers. Ribbons, Trim mings, Embroideries, Hair Nets, Hond Dresses, Hosiery, Glomes, Skirts, No tionn, Gent's Fnnilsbinp; Goods, Man tillas, Cloaks, Willow Ware, &c. &c. 189-tf Sheriff's Sale, STATE OF KANSAS. ) ,. , .jBFrCKSOS COD.NTV. I David b. LrvUin, riaintifi". vs JocIi F. Blis and Julia A, Blis3, Prfondani?. Ily tirtuo of an Order of Snlo hesrin datt February 23, A. J).gf3. to mo dircoicd aid de Iicrcd, issued in ilio nbovo rntitled suit, by the Cl-rk of tho District Courlof the Tiiird Judicial District of tho Stato of Kansas, sitting within nnd fur raid County of JcRrsou, and ! by viriiio u1" ttio judgment rendered in saJJ suit by aid court, on tlioSlsl day ot October. A. D. 1S M, I will, oh TMCajr, lliu 2tlt r " iUurch, A. D. 1865, at two o'clock. 1. M. of that diyat the Court Houm door in the vil lage of GjkfcToon,in tho Couttyof Jeiljrwn and Stato of Karma, or&r at lhtbliu Silo and veil to tho: lushest bidder, tor cash in hand nt the limn nl sale, the followin drecr bed tracts cf land, Ijinj;. being and huhic in tho Comity of Jelleteon. hlate ot ivansas, 10 -wit : Lou? (tl) nine and (W) ten, in IHock (V) llfiy iive, iu Uio Town of tir&sahopper Fall in raid County, according to the original survey and plaii, ofwid Town : qppratawi at (850O0) eight bun dled and fifty dollara. SlerifT ol JeiToison County, Kansas ShciilT's OfHre, Oskaloow, t'eb. 23lli, IBM. Clolou & Wueat, Att'y fu' ITff. 2M-5w W. A. ROSE. ttW MrWS it. Gf.'B. CAESO" DEALER IN , MILT GROCERIES, )'rn8, Pntcnt SedieiiesrPaiitf, f ifsj ir. KEEPS eonsttntly on hand a large and well selected assortment of the belt quality of the following , T FRESH STAPLE AND FANCY ARTICLKS, which, desiring to maks rapid sates a-id qoiek r tnrnn, he will sell for cash at the uuxxest xitiko rsoriTSi TEA. SfJGAR. , COFFEE, ' MOLASSES. TISEGAlC CRACKERS, ' CHEESE, UERRING,. , Pipes jtnd Pipfti Stems, and a. great yariaty 0 hewing and snictiug TOB.1CCO AND CIGARS. Whltcfi'b, Mackerel. Co-J Fish : O.iondip. and Dairy Salt, Salenctiis, Starch, Nutmegs; Washtubs, Washboards, ct Buckets, Soda, Ground Pepper, Jhtstard, Allspice, Cloves, Pepper Sance, Letnon Sjrup, Catu;, Candle wiek, Twine and Sea-gras ropei CJNDLES, CONCENTRATED LYE, Shaiins, Castile, Rozin, Fancy, Family, and Rice, Dried Apples. Dried Poaches; Rahinp, Candle, Matches Blacking, Blacking Bruihes, Hardy's Patent Axle Grease, Powder, Shot.lyad and Caps; Turpentine, Lin seed, Sw ertt Lr.rd, Castor njid K!Ki8NE OILS. lie nlso'kccp a good supply of the Wowing Standard Patent Medicines: AvcrV Clierry Pectoral. Aver's. Jnvne's, JuJ- on and .McUnc.5 tills, lrasKs Ingncru: Ointment, Mustang Liniment, Gargling Oil, P-rry Daii' Pain Killer, Ac. , Essences of cppcrmict, Cinnamon, on; and a supply of fine and fancy sach a Coral Hair Oil, Cologne, Turkish Crystn, 1'omaJc, Ac., Ac., Ac, " If you want anything 111 the crocerv line.cnH at th Corner ot JeiFrson and Deliware Sis., Ofkatoo.a, Kansas, "here yyu can parchasc at THE LOWEST CASH PRICES. THE' BULLETIN gfflJK -AND- ft sia iSk MANUFACTORY (0 poiite the Planters' Houso ) WE have cstaltlbhod, in canncction with tho Hvllltix Job Pkixiino Ornct. one o the best Jirndeiict westol New . Yotk.Cily, and solicit the patronage of any hoTiig wort fifour lino. ve ban Ccroic csj cctat attintion to inq manufacture ot BLAXKB00KS FOR COUNTIES OISTRlCr COUltT HOOKS, COUNTV TIICASUSHUS' DOOKS. P.F.COKOS, REGISTERS, TAX VQOliS, And all mdol BOOKS OF PUBLIC RECOKD, Manufactured from thabest cf sto x, and iu'lho hijlicst !j lo of the art. mercantilYbooks.- W invilo the attention of Xlerehanu; Cank- erf. Munnfarturew, Hotel Keaptrs. fee, toour facilities for ilio manufjctnre of the heat tiaddj f IitgrrJ. Jonrnils, Dty Bo ka. Tnvricn Hooks, Shipping Itcccipt", Sale Books, Hotel Kcafeters, Lnwyera' Uocketis &c c r- " MA G AzTJTeTTn DING! Harjier'f, The Atlantic, Go'dey. PctenjoB. Ar thtirV. I-ndiCH Rorository, Frank Leslie, Harp er's Wfekly. Pictorial History of tho War, and all other anpnyrffs. Difind in nam errancy Binding, at tl LOWEST FIOURES; 1 Binding of all kin Is and stvlcs Paper. Calf, Fhcvp. Law Style, ftlorocav-Xurke Morocco, and Alorocco Antirnef3onc orr-thorTcst notice. Baling of All Kinds Pone Promptly. JO"oC. B. Wo cmpToy cone hut first c!ss vrork- men. and arc pre; inarta to guarantee crcry jo;i ui Orderg nepectfolly solicited? work c.it out. Address : BULLETIN CO., LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS. AT WHOLESALE ONLY! WATGHES ANDJEWELUV or tVEB.r EEJCBtrrios at the Lowest' Prices for Cash! Army and Country Merchants, Feddlers, Traders, Sutthrs, and General Dcalore, can make koumous i-cofits ujou a snmll in- VCallUCllt. Jewelry of any Pattern or QualJ ity jMade to Order. &5" Hstltnalcs for any class of wortftirnultcd. nrl'articulnr attention mid to sujipljini; Auctioneers!. Country Tiddler, In dian t'radew, nnd Army Dealer. Any Style of Goods Manufactured such nn Inventions, etc., at oliort notice. Good Canvassing Clerks, with a small capital, cm find constant cmplqymcnti-s Illustrated List, nnd full narticulars free. The Profit of tlieRetailerjs Very Large. A WnotMAiE ScrrLT can be carripi in a Anap4ck, bun l alic, or carpet bag.aud will not bo llko books, bulky or iticcmomcut to carry. Remember another thing the bu siness if Strictlv Honorable ! XT There is no need of tnircrireseii'.lnr or exa'nrcrailng Our Goods Show forthcniscivci, A Pruo tlrm'clvrs. It is a1 bushier in nhi-h an amjiU nnd nlis fsctorr cqmvnUntisgiion for themoniiy receiv ed nnd uu encouraging rrofit is" picketed at tho tame ume. it is an occupation in wiucn uu per son no. J be afraid or asdiamul to canvass the same field ognin ard cgnin, lot where oncocur golds nro introduced, n irmaaent and continu om demand ji eriwd. ' To Soldiers in the Army.'or tbo'c rit homo t'ia ublej by the hardships ot'nar, to ClerRimen out ot bralih, Te-tchcrs, I'o'tntastcrs, or any person who wUhcs eithcrloealoran nrttve ooctipation, nnd ono that brff)(y Willi t cp atpecmiury in iluccmcnU, this pi wen tfl au opportunity eildrm met with. Try it-I-iiml see fur onn?efei ! ! CareluIIy gtltclcd lota ol Jewcliy, cotDpriMiig unriievveBt jityle and moit'saJexbie vanelyioi OSls, lull bo sent anvnhero in thu Ioyal States. Wo aro ront.inUy fillins.onlcta frpia pcrions leaving-tho choiet! of Goods wholly with tuv To euch we'proniiso tho best f xetil-c of iur' fasto and judgmrnt.und from our Ion;; cjtpcricnre ran enstirUgjfcitfiLtiou. We ajK. no pay in dv.in$e, tiato w.lat tyle acdfjuality of Goods nto wan(o-l, andwc Srill send tho feimcaii'tcollcctjay by Usptutsnt tins end of tho Route-; GOLD Ai D SILVIA WATCIICS, Good tnovenientsand manufactured in tho lct maimer. of nuru matirial. all watraliledat nruts Irofn ?10 to ?25l) each. Sent auywlterc pay collf ctcd by.lJtpret. fcalitUctioa Kuaraaicwl : AllWatchu. atiirftt pricw; they being if our own Itupottntiun. , Citcu'nm froa by mail ! St iuI for Uiem ! ! T.JtUUAUOUAN, ManufactureM and In'ixiriers, 2iT-1m IG Uto wvuy . Stw-YoRS. WflBbSfc HASTINGS WhoUSalcaea, RcteUlDeakr. in FORIGNANlTDOJrESTIC 1 i. W i 11 9 rrtj. IKiV, STEEL,. KAILS, 7- Y Met fftlSt Farming fe Gardening Implements of all kinds. Sola Agent for the Celebrated 1. 1 !., 7-k- PEORIA; pims, The Best!Known for the Prairies. Our Slock is Full & Complete, AND SOLD OW(FOR CASE. Gall and Examine for Yourselves, at No.y Dclaire8trcef,twpt!oorsEaJt ofvWst. LEAArEN WORTH, KANSAS. mir 20. 'C3 135-ly " . f RICHiVRDS & CflAMBERLIN ySucctwrs to J. RicltanU,) Hare now on Land, atpritcs to snit the line, a Foil Stock of HARDWARE, Suited to the waits ot crery community Blarksmitlis & Wagon-MakeTS t will find n Large and Complcto Assortment o IltON ND STEEL, . r Tools, Kails, Borse Hhoest - Files, Wages Habs,' Spokes, Felloes, Shafts, i-prVS&Sy. Axles, SkcIo,etc. MILL MEN CAN, GET , Circular Saws, Gum Belting and Packing Pumps, LEAD 11PE. KOPC, CHARTS' &c. You and others willalwajs find.a largoStock ot Axes, Hatchets, Pocket- and 'Table Cutlery, Lock, KulNj'Hrnges, Spade?, Shovels-, Sad Irons, Saws, Planes, Screws,' Iron and Nails; A"ricultural Implements, Farming and Gardening Tools of All Kinds: Also, sole Agrnt3 for the Celebrated Buckeye Fowers Ss Reapers, SWHySTAKE THRESHERS, Etc. ALL OrJK GOODS SOLD LOW TOR CASH CALL AND SEE, AT THE Gpr. o 'M iiiul toIavarq Sts., LEAVENWORTH CITY. Coiisumntive sufilrer3 will receivo a valuable prescription for the cure of Consumption, A-lli ma, Bmnchittir, and all thrnitsnd Lun;atnc-f tiens, (free of charee) hjrsendin;thiraddre-3t- Ke- EDWARD A. WILSON. 2l7-3m Williamsburg, Kings Co , New Verk Iniorination Free TO NERVOUS SUFFERERS.1 A GEXTLEMAN, enred of Nervous Debility. Incowpctincy, Premature Drcay. enJ Vouthtu! Krrcr, actuaud by iltsirc to Iwnt fit others, will 1)0 hippy to furnisli to all who need it, (frco of charge,) the recipe and directions for umIvIii ih simplorenudru-ed In hi cise. SulitrvTs- wi-h into profit by lheadcrtirrV bad experience.acd noss fs a sure and iltn'.ilc remedy, can do so by jiddressius hnn at onro at I. is place ot Oust ncss. The Kccipo and full inforuiation ul vt tal itnporlaiitt .will he cheerfully sent br Titutn mail. Ailurcs JOHN 15. OGDnN, Xo. CO Nasaa Street, Xcw Yorh. 1 S. Nervous Suircnrsof both scsiswMI find this information invaluable. Jt-Sm 1 ( . r.,: LA3IP-HEAWM APPABATUS Boiling Frywu- Sieving- Sleeving WITH THE FUME WHICH LICnTS THECOO.'i. lly the d.tmo of a common lamp, at tho cost of a cent's north of oil, a t err coinfor'aMo breakfast can bo cooked. .V. Y. 7Vi. Simple in construction, casil kept In oriler, rea !) for uo In a moment convenient to bao on banil. Druggitt't Ctreuhr. Fish's Imi) Is ono of the uioit ponivlar novelties of tho Hay". . .the atilltyor Kb iitwiik. itioimWo, acroat vivliu Is madu Iu licatln; and rovkln stiiitl articles, and ran bo made to rook meals for a prc.it many person, wlilch t actually doneonthcambu liiue cars wlilch carry the sick soldiers. Scientific -In'rW- ? , , TwJlV-J. .Korfamilf ns, (Mpllat'tent barrack, pfrnlci; tlliln. niirM'iy, or ick pmisi, it is an article of cnnnort oejomi an proportion 10 Its cost. Uaiit Jumai of Health. IIiaetril the apparaltt. ami my mfd and 1 pro tie roclaiin tue same a most valuablo and In Iinienn- artlcle, and wo now worder how we could have slang done without it. Ed. Cool Oil Circular. .An economical contrirancu for gelling up hojt at short -notice for nnrvry and central tionsehold pur noses. t)nc important point is the savins in cost over coal Bres .V. 1 i.ctnin; rait. - ."OO.-.. Prices from .Two to Six Dollars. Capacity from Ono lo Four Quarts Three Articles Cooled at One Time With One Burner. Arranged for Kerocnc or Coal Oil. cr Gjs. l)iscripti o Pamphlt t or 30 pages furnished gratis , Wo havo.Bli. . The UAronAffachilK,1 Price. 10 Ccnt". To be attaclieil to a Common Kerosene Iai"p or Has liurner, by w hich AValcr may be IoiIed,and Food cookbl ; also arranged to support a ihau'e. .ery bnmily Meetls One I WM I). ltUSSELU Agent. No. 206 Pearl St., Aew Anrk. AqE.ST. WST4B,.- V -rTVfcW-V 'I THOi. x vnMitHIJ t(iq.m ATTORNEV-AT-LAW, AVlll prtc;ieo- i tht CnJdrfs ur Jci&rson County. fiVM PACKISG,.BEI.TJSO4c. , - AMERW&J;YOREW&r r.-l ' 'X r-'f Wi Profcssroii Cards. y 1IBEKT SLOffl; ,v& 8 U-J ATT0ilKEJ.4TLlWi 0 knloua, Jcfcrion f o.&Kaisa, Will practice in Stale an JUnited SUts Courts ; Pay Taxes'antl Examine Titles in tliis and the jtdjnining coanttesi SI 1 fr&mz. hltartttj k Cwmsflkr at Law. 1 . i -r -n't 'r Jeffersoa Cor, Kaasas."' ? m -rrh- KAiSffiirflKtKttV 11 .'i-.iisara ornenoi Skaicnee and Fifth- Street, Leavenworth City, - -Ianr. J. tiNDES, -'--- Pripiictf r. :-- ,f STAOES LCtVE TIIISTIOtS2 VAILT. The 7ate is elwana Supplied with ths Urii tkr Market Aff.nU.j. lW-tf -J H. ALLEN, Sf iM-'FACTCRtB OF AND OEALES IS FURNITURE; .4 A. chairs, stools; BEDSTEADS, MATBBSESir ioonges, looting 6!asS Tables. Stands, Coffins -Jka Ae.-.f -On Hand or Furnished to Order. I i'vI7i Delaware St..Near7tfl; LEAVEN WO R.TZ7.' KANSAsC' i . . - - cko. n. dusoii. ceo. k. mookh. r jZyf&!Rsrn - wr v; atlj tic -w T - r i -Tn vv1 V 'AdJLm MOORE & DUBOIS, '- tfmmw Delaware Street, bet 3d'and'4hVfi? LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS.' T All operations in, the line of our Pro fession performed, ii , scientigej Atlll S.lt)C!lilnn.. .i 1(j .r..,j uuiiiiicr.r, -, , ",P.irntby pcrfnion ta thefoHotrih-- patronn Wm."H.Wateov.;Joh5 WtsoK -ud (A. iill'IT V7 DliTJGS, MEDICINES, Cheiitlc.ilt fttationarr, pait ana n.i. i - -r- .. .. . . - SfeZ!-"'- IedicaIPurpo5et,. i Toitet Artim v No. 58, corner Third and Del-rtrarc its., LEAVENWORTH.KAN ' .1 j MEECHANrS HOTEL, CHEROKEE STREET, ' cznvrcV ijis'z.ND sxcomd sreksnl LEAVENWORTH, KANSASi "" &t H. PECK, Proprietor.' T Ti.e Table is Supplfcdvith fKBcit, . the Maike; AtTords. ". ' ' c & ' board si per.day: "JAMES M'C'A'HOnT1 t-4 -ti Vli- IMJ .,.-.., ,.iM,w uiass.ruttr. nnrs, l'uro Jjqnors for Itrfurnery,tanwani .1 ui Wi A T 1 O R JvY -,A T L A W. -LcavrnTTorth, Eaasas. -. Will practiga jn the District .Courts '-"' oJoffqrsori and Jackal! Counties., 3tf M.S.1MK, .BiCXOUES, S.MCBLClf ATTORNEYS ATLAW'T ''" t,OP.Nr.RqFjfU.V1.V.D HKt-AWAREtSIU. 4" J LEAVENWORTH, KAN: '- " Notaries ftBCtcr. - -' - .-b. Lm i . -m ii-z ' -rpf , l a ,jt fid Law Office of A. "Parksr..v - Os.KAi.oosA, July 15tli. I8G-LBj Having perfocled nrrangemomsIJanif now prepared to prosecute JjoMior claims aainsl tlie jjoternmi-nS. '!' BackPav, Bcnntjes and scImes of a similar mture aftended to with'tli'a earliest possible dfsna'ch. ' ' ' . A. E. Paskh-V. V .MATRIMONIAL! " ' ; LADfES A?,D CE.yri.HMEy, ' If joa ih to;rrwrry, aiJre"tt3ml9ineJ'f who will srid yo;i withnps, nt-isoy rei wtthoat.". price, valuable i3fqniitjo.i ilwtHill MibU yea to rmrry haipy ind'srT)i?y.xrr?MeiiT'ef ?& wealth or beuty. , lliis? iiryr:mtion iUv9L' joux.tdhiDard ifjfoanis v,rj-y,willf threrfally aiit rou. All Ict-vu'scrctly scR- dcnilnh. Tito drjtml.infoftn.uwH wr.lTr istan' mail, ind EO qucs'Icni-akejl. r6-'rr, Ssir B AHSUtr. 217 2in. G tccaj-oiti, h.ia0s Cu .ios York. i$) 4 , t VS 4k- S. i 5 . 1 - iM Jl .