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-- Wsj. THE INDEPENDENT SKALOOSA; IMSlS, SATURDAtrtAT WlMiP1 IS, Ite iwfejKtttat. cs r.--'r. .--.ri, s vuBLKBtPXvjaiT SATctDiraroBsrxo at nskaltoWf Jfffftrsoi County. 'Kansas. t -r , . - l - 'J. TV.TROBEHTP, Editor. Job Work. 'We iiaVe a good supply of new Wood Tvpe, Job Type and Cuts, and are pre ared to do all kinds of job printing on sliortjriolice an jj'ti. good style, iriug in yonr-praers & Iridmn'ibitioaT On this (Friday) evening the M 2th tasU-ikertwiUbe anExhibition of the Sac ani'&if'lnl.awijat the M. E c and'pTndiattH M. E.- mrchinthis hce, uiide7S?nVriian; P ? -II " V . 1 X Ch ageaient of .Uetr'MissioBary Hev. R P. 'Dcvjut." Twenty native of. the tribe, tTeivemen, five women and three children, .are to ''perform, many of-their ancient easterns, superstTtioa.; -icharra, &c. .whfph will be explained by their missionary 'They will appear in na tive costume,and giva a natural, and lifelike cast to -their performances. The object of ths Exibttion is to raise fands for the education of the children of the tribe, and, it has tbe approval of the Indian Department "at Washington. and the endorieaaeal of eminent men of ti.ls State. -The design is a worthy one; and we - doubt not the exhibition will be full of entertainment; arid instruction and the house should be filled. Admittance 50 cents; children ' $5 cts.' Door 'open at 73- oclock. The JLeienre Xandi "We understand that Mr. Denman claims, the ..railroad company are doing nothing butrhAtis ri'ht in the matter of ordeiing seUlrws-otF of ihe Delaware Lands, and that tbe terms offered the settlers-are reaaofinble and fair. ,es,iaod be. said two years ago that the settlersn.whp bought lands of the company should have the privilege of working on the road to pay for the land at leastlo sake the first pajwieeC r We heard him say so; heard him con tract fairly with parties to this effect; andadrjaed some of our friends to ac cept the terms and purchase their claims. They made the contract. But did the company fulfil their obligation? Not a bit of if- The men went to the place appointed with their teams to do the woik as agreed upon; but not a dny's work did they get .vlu do; and so they went back again li is easy euough-to make promises and tell 'a' fair story; but action speak-louder than vords. Denmt.n has deceived the .settlers once, and they fear he will do the same thing again. If the company are doing nothing but what is right, rrhy not submit the.ques tion to Jhe civilvwurts? .No, they will noido this; but call upon the military, and' use force instead of appealing to justice and eqaitr. Every settler with whom we l.ave conversed has ezpress- ed-oot only a willingness but an au.xie- ty to tisve Hie mautr go Deiore iueibut tll;nk tie information is correct. proper legal tribunals fJr adjudication .and will cheerfully .abide the result. Let Denman or his company answer ihe following questions satisfactorily, if they wish the public to beliere lhej- are .actinga JgopdJsllh, and withL-proper motives: . , , U iViy! noimabiimt thcJ tnatler iri conlroversvUoXlie decision oWie courU? This cxrf be done on a test case, mid invWre ha yery aTyexpnse. St Why order aaeu off oi lands who are irnjayringrapd fmUemg tbe me? f -&&'! - Jt 3. Why abarge the settlers as being a set, of outlaws ad poogiaf ag bonds? - - u . - ' Ai Why oraWr'lo'kave 'tkeir clatsas who have already jcade oae or more payaenti -on the smc according to former conusot, auolsUsd ready 10 ful fil that contract. at any tiatawhea tba cosapany will per forai their part of the ssma?, Weare,tel(i,taat this baa -aetR dose.' -A - . Do.tliepresent company repudiate tUiaoaHiactatortaeL. P. W",xeai- parly 1 ' : 6. Have, aaj of the aeltleiabeea told thai. the veaajr formerly pid ww'goae, aad that they aiaat aake a aw eon iraet, at the later and higber jae o( appraiseaseat in vrder to hold. their -W ceahiask'aararal other qaestiaru, bat these iVill do for the preaeat. They caBWjheaa$asera3 easily, if tha coas paaryf n mkifig a lratgkt jTorward coarse, wkhla4asreito do right. But WHU'tbey iii aaWrW, all.tae paUver aBwrt'fatraefsand'jastice aatoaiils ta noibiag, atWissiil be ao regarded by "an-cnliglitcnVd' pubiie, r ' Wo-dsalrt'tonjustice to no recti to au esaipauaa Weo, What we ferWtirw3i;.?Ml if that will KasUiB'fhe 'company in their nets, then lctLea, be".Mt"fjrf, -and. nntn to ili But if it will cot, tlicn let tbem stand condemnedCin the eyes of all fioioraUe 1 men. We-once' bcljeyeti-Uitr company all' right." and that -'they1 would do as they ngrceu. We have no, such faith in them,now. ... - ., Groggary Billard Saloon. We undersjnnd that a petition is in circulation . for,n Billard Baloon, jGrog gery 'or 'something of the kind, to be established in town. We trust that no person who has any regard for the peace and lojet Vf 0!ysp'Sft Vll -sign, .such a paper. If".U"'jiistory of liqaorkell ing has not furnished sufficient proof of ts sinful and .damning character, then is u uiieny impossible tor any thing to ?... t -4 bo proved. Ii will not do tor 'toon to seem favorable loTempCTance;arHlien- sign a petition JoUift-wTalJIishmenl of Ji-dnimshop'Every.oan who signs M I A 4nl itlAH 'Kd&AlHAA' . - p-a 111 such a petition becomes a -party with the liquor-seller in all the drunkenness, misery and disorder which result from the abominable traffic, and shares with him the responsibility of the : crimet Everyman who signs such a petition, therefore, is a dramseller to all neces sary intents and purposes. He . may be ashamed to hand out-the glass him self, but he gives all.hU moral, aecial and personal influence to him who has no such scruples; and arms hinr with the power to carry on his villainous traffic. As for a billard saloon, it is a nuis ance in any community. It is onlya gambling institution, and as such has been repeatedly suppressed in Ohio and other States, lie who signs a petition for one, signs for selling liquor and for Rumbling, and is, by that act,, made a partakerja. these crimes. ' " "' These are plain truths, but such are needed. Men must bo made, to stand up and look their ugly acts ia the face, and if they do not like the appearance of the beast, lei. them ando what they have done amiss. We shall endeavor to perform our duty to community faith fully, and,if possible, save the yoath of our community from falling; iato thew nit-falls of bell. Wo would soon er cut off a hand than use it to sign petition for such crimes. We speak earnestly in thirnaer,for we feel in earnest. Wo have children and our neighbors have children, and here comes along a man and asks ihe privilege of setting a dead-ftllfor theat; and we understand (for we have not seen the petition and do not know whose names are on it) that .some oft our citizens have 'iven their names and a snare 9 ,.nnnn roiir. nli v. noiJ.IntiftrB ."!- v l i-"-tw" lor the ucaulv curse: for vou vrau for its . . '. .; .. . establishment in your midst. If you, do not like ihe curse to fall upon you, in the namfl of God and humanity, stand FROM UNDER 1 Withdrawn or Hemoved.. We learn that the troops used by the railroad company to intimidate settlers on the Reset ve Lai.d6, have either been withdrawn or ordered off of the Re- crve. We havff 'only report for this, We doubt not every soldiers felt glad to be released from such work as these were directed to do. The troopi have never liked to lurut the settlers'out-oi- their homes and have generally obeyed orders to do so re luctantly, and performeo.' their work as tenderlv as possible, wo are Wld. " There is an ,awful amount of iptten- j ness anu rascality counecvea " "" railroad business; whieli wa ippe wijlj be, tfiorogbjy vaotillsad one bt JUeael days; and we think when this U dene soaaa j :attbc; asost IctyalrinUie world will be proved swindlers of a dark type. ' ' -..- S.vow. On eaeaday raorntng thsre was quite a .little snow squall. In a little spot wliere the snow had drifted before daylight, tve gathered up anough in, a space ,i Uirea: ijsahesr square, 10 rnase qatie- 'agoou siwu snow-ball. This for the 10th of Mny is, perligps,an -unknosa circtmitaace in ihe Gisloty of Kansas.' Thereawts a sutlden chango of weather about ten o'clock oa Taesday night, it seemed to grow cold in a very few minutes; and resulted in quite a "spell of winter:" pbost. On Thnrsdav morning there k. . a . . "-- fflli was quite a heavy frost,, and in some placed a crast of ice was formed over. exposed water. Esrly tender vegeta bles suffered. . It. .seems thai regular warm weather is along' time coming ihis VtiRT. Koue. i This popalar Hotel of Leavenwotth will hereafter Jbe .conducted by. M r: Ltndes, widow of the .late proprietor. Mr.EwclI, tha popular Clerk of the House remains at his post.' '" Our friends should reancmber this, and slop at the Man&fon. See card in another column. We'Us'ue a dey in n Jvniico this week influence to da his woik of death. WISKT " T"; '' On whose SOuls will test the blood of I '" t.KH-FlTH. , , , , , ,t , , ,. ! ",.",.ir,V,?2,Ti "." the Jost youth who shall -fall -by this j , l.brUlL.ibfcsjTr GB.CARSON. stiAfttf u. DRY 6 BOOTS &SH0FA -is- rnBpw4TfT -rr -.-ri-ztr. rr. r-fr hi w . - rs i r -ff. m J1' HI folSC W M 3 flJ M rr xf -rv af fii in'- ; r,v ii mn pi m.wki, mJb jltP JlnA. Urv2 JFiJW lot. YSLf JIQi t XM. .BRBiJh w wp' waF' -w mw GROCERIES, JVotions, . ? p . -"'ALL THE PATENT MEDICINES OF THE DAY, SCHOOL BOOKS, Thankful for the patronauc land customers generally; and crease of the same, we shall endeavor to keep a Full Stock of Goods in Our Line, Which wc arc determined to soil at all times as . Mcasonahlc and Cheap as the the same can ho purchased anywhere in tho country. 'Our mot- to !) 239tf LAW CARD. DAVID T. GRIFFITH. ATTORNET AT LAW, JCilTSOn XQiatV, RaiSaS. O AVill ptwtiM ia the Cowuof ircrn an 1 ad - tbeSute. IVixtlrthr alttJonsrauI to OnUediow of "All Kjiiajgw, mnt ol taxes ior Non-!?e?i-tirciuraijUiK'auty. itu .1 ., ,1 .l...e.,l..nl I".. uv,in.-, tiiiu mo jiiu ui ivvhu.juj tllft - - gg TtQ?s'r7 tf rr Jp -pj nw "' flDO ,' .rr,c nf f 'iiifl t Z' r , ? V i ' . rm Hl. i CT. i.. u. raicn. tKuW3, Han, i irtM. II ir ilt4-Mpa 1 ..i.A.,i,..il, (' ev. I). I'. JIlTCitKLuIivcnworth t'ttr. I i"-,l xs-err, .i. u. iroi.i mi-ra.io. t S.K. Xccs.lls. Gro.F.Cuirymi, .W City,) And nil others whu know ms. 223-tf f JOHN E. YOUTSLER, Altftrurr A- rastuIior ii I, aw .lllVlUtJ &,, liVBUJMiJtfr Ui liHW, 0SK1L0QS1, JEFFERSON Co., K1X. 0 OfiicNorth-East Corner' Public ?iuaro - - "" AZEL SPALDING; Attorney A. NuUuy I1 '.... j.. n . r v i nil" t0MMiy.iiortte;4 AoUtrj, Public, Offices in County Buildings, ' t .AND GRASSHorraB Fallb, Kansas. ' -. ."- ' ' miiniinrrniT'''n.i.ii rtn e ,irtirr IUU Jl r DUnrfi AMJlO XIlU IT . t..i?-i.' n..t- : importers. C J lealers III eiita. 9 r. K .4 Lifcl1-;. ui ( Brittania and Plated TABL& OUTIERT, TRAYS?2l60KLA cfLASSES COAL OIL LAMB, Ac. No, '65 Dolawirc JSjyrcotj v LEAVENWORTH K6. I son" Administrator's Notice. XTftTICE is hereby civen tli on the 13th day April, a. P. 1865, Letters of AduiiniiUs- Court of.aaid Couiiyraaitiaia,ti(AU persaaa having c!alna a'giilitt'iaid estate, ro required to exhibit tberu foTallowance within one yeir after th"! Hate of id letters, or they may Iw precladuL4rom any !reil of said. euta; ,-md if uch claim be not exhibiusl within thi&-ca r awm the date of aiid lettew, they will he frrev fcarrcd. . J- K..UALL. 225-3w$3. Administrator. BTgOWN&BE.a Havenfemoved ttteir Drag Store lo die cornerof Shawueejt-Cth sts., oppo sU lUe Uansioa House,, Leavenwbriii, nhd lisTe on hand a full apj)jfy of Med icines, Fine Perfumery .'Jfrii of alJ kinds, and t-verv thing per&iaiag to.ihe Drn -trade. ' I0-t QUEENiS lion on UicEsteteef Li 0a4haw.-deeensuij late,r Jifferaoa Coanry, State - Kansas, were iuueil to tbe undersigned by the Prob-itr ... . t J. P. CARSON. s HATS& CAPS, 9 POPULAR ST T.. I -ETC. heretofore given u- ly our friends hoping for a continuation and in CARSON it BUOTIlEli. DR. T. BtALBOTS Medicated Concentrated Pineapple Cider. The upritj.- 1ms Vnnwn f'jr a long tiuxj .t very lieneticial rv&ilt arisinsfrom ilic ue oi'ilii j valuable remedy, and hasWn iaducetl "to place , i uciu.-c locpiiuitcior ux-.urncuioi:uuurag;iu. j uaaity. It-nill iucxcajc tUo aircnclk. sive vis- or and iteiiuB w the system, ami regulalu ilij ta- f'10"- Taken internally lor pains of all kind., - ,,. ,7..,- --.- - . r "o- . .- jz. mu jtvuu liw. aiviiiaiiiH. ' ;, "f;, nJ "n " RTo'. ewuiyca , Hem. btctuach d UowU. Delicsle Female : will Had it an eacaUckt itmijrftir.U theii tio- prfwngaiiincaw. ll never uiu tu ieliiva.erv ctc I.ndwi have iiDDart&L errulncs wtnoo-VwiuatKjriouioconWMii3.i - , i oTrartlen it k ot inr'tmiabie value, wlieretlie : "'ater h likely to vary a quality ami ictiJency. . m ftHonii ia ijy part oi tbc country may adopt " .it with tho utuwttl cotiildensa ns timely. cJfica- jciousrwtorative. To pEsttsj Steer em.- To a tumbler of olJ ! aiH one tca-jjooii f ull of Medi-atcd Pine ""P10 C,d'r nm? drirk ,lle first lIlIU3 fter jou ounce ol-prevratKm i worth a pound of cure," Mi" hcrsiwiii4.of 25 jcarspcuves theiifica. i ry ol thu 1'meappie Uider in waiuinu Olfdiaa- ,i . ror ium purpose, oaonoiue win list a year, ! and 3 may thm taiea doctor's bill, anxiety. uiucn vaia ioie tune, ana.cven nit itcit. Httiton Cnouc Tako "'l lable-s.-oon full of tfco Cider added to as much water tviry ten miaulco; if u : relieved alter three don-r. an in tjectio.i cf warm water with 10 drojw of Cider will I Hlii.t a jiicdy care. It tho patient u fevrrish, use cold water for injection, with Cider as abovr. I DlAttttHKA. Korn violrnt Itnrt:!a!in 2 tnblr epoonafullorCidcreverylOminuuatiPchtckfd ' SoEETltRoaT.-PutlUdnoftlwCidcrlaa jjint of cold water, and iiaa a cargic ; place a wet cloth around Ihe neck whta you retire. -Coughs.. Hable hk.iiIiiI ot'Cider to half a pint of water; take onre int. o hourji. DrtFErsiA 2 ?poons full of Cider toa wine glas lull of water, take before eating. licaNA 10 drops Cidur in 1 quart fid water; s-tuMte clotb an.-l apply to burn, change as. often : aj it becomes warm; will rtltcre in five minute?. luep ii wet with tho preparation unlit wrlL iiutuiuTisii-jfaUpinthot water to - (g'ui viuvt) iHMuvcij ,4 luumu-B Apiy uui wet ilumicU to itaru aifooud. .Sptridv emu sure. 1 If.....o l I. 1. . - I . .1 l". .11 t CTltUr tfi tmlf nill tthi lX'ittr ,lritk uv litiiM ,dar, tliii kecpsboweu tizht. 10 dron-itoa quart --. - - --- - --' ' K" w,ef. itl wbuii keep the wound tlwr- uiiK'uBaiuraieu; ii mere w lever, auu ico. I licADACiic, 2 table spoons full of Cidrr to a 1 tumbler t water; lake cvtrjr 30 minute; if :ck Ihcadache.halt the Cider, i tnknevrrv 15 minutes Caiiw ssi FKv.-Wine-glaS full of Cidtr to tumbler ol quitn warm ifater, taKQ as t!iu chill I comes on, cr the Cider without water every half hour m ehia es off; when fever comes ou. 10 drops to hall pint cold watrr evry half twur. rveragoi pa'seu.anU a s-,ieed) cure isett ctea. I'ilks. To prorent, hen cintite, 10 droffol Cider ,to a gill of cold water, or If pauVntn nat uratlniM, ute warm watr, inject, ret fin one hour, it remedies the tliUidlly. The same, treat ment will ellecta J, oady and sure cure of l'llca. CATAaau. 10 drop Cider lo half pint cold water; take some of the mix tare in your hand and mull it up your nose until it comes out ot tnc mouth, he thorough with tbeJiiutiiog, in order to reach tbc aiiecicd par Is. Cure certain. Fva.s,Jf any kind, 10 dojf Cider to a .tusrt of-oild water, iced If hiixly; saturate a cloth and apply to parts aficcted, .Jso3 dfopsin a tuuibler ot -old water and drink every "ten minutes. The fcv r will soou be emoTail. Ciiox.10 l'Tstui'TEsr, 2 tab!jepoons full pf Ci der every ten tntnutrc; '10 dropt tu a cjuai't ot cold water, and inject half a. pint every 15 min utes. You will soon bo all rights DisrusixD SisxrMable spoon fult oi Cider to a tumbler of cold water, tlrins before retiring, and repeat on riairig in the morning. To HEtOBTr5 CoLoa and Bcautv, Lndit-s take one table spoon full of the Cider ." times a.(l.. BnrKKEUD L'lGEmo. and Want of Appetite, 1 table poou full t-j a tumbler of cold water Inl thins tutors retiring and on jiting iu niorui. ScsoruLA, or 'Kind's Tvil,' 4 tabic spoon fut1 oi Cider in a tumbler of cold waters timw aday, alio, on rising in morning and retiring at night. Tkavelebs, bvtckiir' a swallow of the Cider j will counteract baucif'CtS.of elm 1150 o water 'fhe Same will preveut'eajr or.boat sickness. WjaxruiXESB, 4"tale Jpotins full of Cider in a tumbler of cold witcrop rctirini;,cUect magical WkASNess, 1 uWr spoon full ol the Cider tu a tumliliir of water, and flrink six times a day. Soca Stomacu, 2 table spobos full to a pint of cbld water, drink all Jl 'enee and reliij lullowi" Sics JloasK B. T. Bubo, it, of. New Vorkav a- very Sia horse which wa ram in leamiaufcs by a lint of the I'incai'pJe'Otfrr j. Tjcktji anb iJBK.'Tn. For ctatain; tho Teeth and purifving tho Leatli, nsc,,Dr. T. B Talbott' Jlt'icaied Tip iapFIt Cider. iifFulf Uirectioa-i aecoinpaay a Umlu. All Olden should he addres-ed t B. T. UAUBI'IT, Sole Agent, Not. 64 to 74.Whinon S:reet, New York, For sala by Umsi. '- Ofoetn ami Storekeep ers aeaerally , thfaugboat lb country. ft ice 3 per bottle, eoatalnins one rjuart. i2 ' ? one pint, ft ' " half pint. Ono Quart bottle, two l'ict bolder, ur four Half Pint bottles, sent lice lx, csprcfS.on receipt ol jricc. . WiiifiKCtisl!! Those wihiug u itno Kt of whirtcrs, a nice moustache, or a heautiful'head of itoiv hafr, will nfe4sere-.d the card of Titos. CniruAxhianathcrpartoftfiispeper. 237. OODS. mMWWwm9 THE-BULLETIN; -AND- nils ilk MANUFACTORY (Opposite the Planters' House J . . . WC have CitallLIioJ. in csnccclicn vrith the Bulli.tin Jon rnt.Yn.NO Owner., one ol the btst Binderies wc-ttol Iew York, City', and solicit the patronage of ary having work in our line. We thai! devote tecial attention to the niannfacturf of BLANK BOOKS FOR COUNTJfS aisiRicr couurnooKS, COUSTV TREASUSEnS BOOKS. " RECORDS, REGISTERS, TAJIOOKS, And all kinds ot BOOKS OF PUBLIC RECORD, Manufactured from the best of stock, and ,iilhe ' highest slylo of thQ art. mercantFleTbooks. . WptnTite tho attention of Merchants, Bank ers. Manufacturers, Hotel Keepers, Sec, to our facilities for the mannfictore of the brett tails or Iit'-'w. Jocrnals, Py Bo V- Invoicd Books, Ship;Hn Hereipu, Bales Books, Hotel Ifiislers, lawyers' Dockets, &c &c M AG AzTnEbTn Dl N G ! Harper's, Thr Atlantic, Godey. Peteron..Ar' thur,. Ladies' Uepository, Frank. Ijealie. Harp er's Weekly. Pictorial History of the War, and all other Macazuics. bound in Plain or Fancy llindins, at the LOWEST FIGrUES. Binding of all kitvta and le l'aper, dlf, Sheep. Law .Stylo, Morocco,, Turkey Morocco, and Morocco Antique, done on shortest notice. Soling of .AH Kkate Done PreaiptJy. WN. B -Vc employ none but first-c'ays work men, and are ptcpartd to. guarantee.every job of work tent out, Onfis-nspctilallii sojicitcd. AAIressr BULLETIN C00 LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS. W. 1. KOSt. w.j.-rnovrww w: A, ROSE & CO:, 75 Dtlamtrt Street, LEAVENWORTH, Witoiesale anil Retail' Dealer in Books, Suttioaery, Envelopes, PAPER, AND SrHODL BOOKS! Or JILL EITDO USEP IK TUKk-lATX. Music Boks fc Sheet Music BLANK BflMS, WALL PIPEn, Fialcap, Foolscap, Legalcap, L15TTER AND NQTE PAPERS, PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS; rL'-iinthJ frames, (-!aruanl Fixture. r ? 7 t r J e. W0woWIHueparlI-al.r attcntionof U.Cr. (U(1 ailtl D!ilW:iro St: clianliaiitfiiiiietoot.rexlen-i7t.'!icj;, nhidi j ipi IfPVU'fllJ'l'I-Ii'PfTV embrace? nearly cfety crticlo usually kept in a L.L.A lii.,Ulil tlAjl 1 1 . llook ami stationery Mouse. V-'ur iacnnM ur c-.iodI' in" the trv:onr linFurrawd. OltDEIlfc UY MAIL PttOMlTLV A11BNDEU TO. Chickcrius: & Sou's :- m- W W: A. ROSE & CO Hare the Agcnry for the Sale and other Pijms. .Every Piano Fully Warranted! f arranteu . tiravcr & Kakrt 1 l F'n;Ja Also Agouts forthc celchralrU Sewing Machines Kor the State ol Kansas. '15"-tf ' E, M. PIPER & CO., Dealers in STAPLE &EM CI, CLOTHING Boots and Sliocs, Motions, etc., etc., No. 12 Delaware Street, Leavenworth, Kansas'. . o Ou. .stock embraces all the NEW DESIRABLE STYLES & no inl Goo.fuII Variety, and for the .OeblasbhodFabrics now Won inF Ladies' Dress Goods, With TRIMMINGS to suit the same Muslins, and al.l White Goods,, Prints and Colored Goods, Fancy and Plain, All ofnBhJcb.will be sold onahe , N0S7 REASONABLE TERMS. o We a rpr pleased to unnotMce to the citizens of Jefferson County that we have secured M Hcvitr Cbabbs as-OBe nl our Salesmen, who will be happy tt sec his.frieuds.a' om Store- UeinenibeJ the place 42 J)oia ware m reel.. E.M.PJPEU. 232 ftn -so coasnnwvxns Cotwuniptivu uiiercr will rccvWva valuable pr' tption for the euro oi Cooturuptiim, Aatli ma, Uror.diilii.-, on J all ijiroavend Lnujr afTec tin'ni. t frw orcharsel hr sondins lliir U!rcto --- T - ....-..'..., ."-.....,.-. 1 jUr. UUtyAUU A. tvil.'iU.X, VVilliatitsbiir;,', KinsCn,. fisw V'jrlc- 217-Jrn i?lv Iff M'S, J T0 -EKVOUS SUFFERERS. 'vSs !1W 5 "a5 ' WILSOJf&HASTMGS Wholesale and HcUil Dealers in FOREiGNAS3oJIE5TIC IE mm TV $d m m D IROiVf STKfcll, If .1IINT Guil P.VtRUhGf BELT1XG, Jcc AMERICANA EOREZtfX' Farming &. Gardening Implements of alt kinds. Sohv Agcou fortlie Ctltbxatcd The Best Known :for'thc Prairies. Our Stock i Full ifc 'Complete,: tvri eirr.'TWtr, ninr'W.Pff' QHlJ and Eiamttr?; for Yourselves, at'j 'Sol 2 Delaware sires!, two cjoore Kast tf 5d st. I LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS mar 20, f63 135,ly " , . HARDWARE! RICHARDS. CflAMBERLWi .S'icctwTiU J. Richard.) o Have now on hand, at prices to suit, the times, a. Fn!l Stock of HiVRBWAUE, " Suited to the wants of every comnvinity Blacksmiths-dc'VVngon-Mafcers . will find a Large ami'Compfel'c Astortuunt o IRON ND STEEL, Tools, Aw7, Ilorse .Phoes, Files, Wagaa Hnbs, Spekec, Felloes, Shafts, sprilVg, Axlei, V'kcni,"etc. MILL JfExV CAX GET Circular Sates, Gnm Belting, and Packing Pumps, LEAD PIPE. KOPE. CHAINS, Jtc. You and others wilt always find a large Stocfrnt Axes, Hatchets, Pocket anil Table Cutlery, Lodes, IJutts Hinges, Spades, ShoveLsr Sad 1 rons, Snws, Planes, Screws, Iron and Nails.; Arcnltural Trnplements, Farming and Gardening Tools of All Kinds: Also, toIoAjrutyfoTtlie Celcbrtteil ' M0LINE PLOW, FAISMIwiCrsdilUS Euckeye ITcwers k Reapers,! SVEFSTAKC Till USHERS, E(c ALL OTil GOOUS SOLD LOW FOK CASH CALL AND SEE, AT THE 4 lnibmaai"ioii.Frce 1 simple rfmrdr u cd in hit e-Uc. SutTcrcm i-h !ioMfs sure and viluahie lernciiy, cin hro! hi' addrrssinj him at cre'e ot his f.laoeid busi- I ne?. Th Uecipe and full informatioa l vi J ,1 - tixvortancir will ne chccrlully sent hy rcttmv ma.i. jtuurt-ra JOHN n. OGDEN', Xo. CO 'a:siu Street, New York. P S Ncrvout Suffertrs of bail, texts w;'-ind this ii'fonuaiion invaluable. 221-3ni YS'E-tSS't 4- isW t-varira'-Ot LAMPflTSiTING AMiIStUS 1 Boiling Frying- Cieicing Sleeping with TiiC'rUurs 'which iiccts trrt a-xijt. i-n Kr the flame of a common lamn.at th., riv-t rf a t-iil' worth of oil. a rery comfortaJle breakfast sal to el. ,V. 1. Tribute. Simlo in coiutructioa, ca Hr tei-t ia or.ter.rr- -Z f. je ln rqoment xouvcjilriitt. bT0 Oi: hand. Drmgi tit's CiraUir. Fish'j I jmp U one of tho most popuhr noTcltics oi mo nay ... me tiiimy oi un un(b'.ttioiialle. Jirreit UTlni; b niaito ln hestln? and nxrkin small articles, amt tin be ifiaild to nieab &r a preat man? ivi,.wlil!i b.attaaIv.'don'il Aear.ilu nce ran which carry the sick soldiers. Scientific jtmcricoTt. For family u, ho.IUJ, (c , namicfe, picnics, ISsliin;, nurwry, or sick roiir. , It Is an article vf comfort Ik'towI all proportion Ut Its coA.lUirt Jturnal ef Health. 1 hare tried the apparatus, ami mi wir in.l 1 procUim the same a niorf Taluable ami Id Ji.iHiiisa- tie article, antl we imir roiKier how we eoaM hare slonjdoiio without jl-ti. cU OilQirrmlmr.' An ecnnomlcal fontiira.ico for setting np heat at short uotico for uunery and general household pur- piwes. One important point is the satin: in ciwt orcrtoal tires. A. Y. ICttning Put. Pnces from Two to SFc Dollars. CBpacity from Ono to Four Quarts Three Articles Cooked at One Time With One Burner. Arranacd for Kcrerene or Coal OiL or Oa. DiscrintivcPamraWaf 30 pagra furabhcdsratU Tlic Uliion Attachment, Price. 50 Cents. To be atuchol to a Common ;KeroceneLar-p or (s Horner, bj which W'atermav be ttoil&J.antl & uiu wvwvu , atvu Bi.aogTU iu Mipuri m bBAue. trerv family ISeeds One I WM. 11. RUSaKLI Agent, No. 3C lVarl St., Xcw York. Auixts WaxTto. Etlii-itcf TKt I.fc!nJint Dsaa Sxa.- I wi-b to tar to the remlera of yorr (taper, Utat 1 wiu aa. ojr rctarc mail, w ail wuwSwiak it (frar a Kecipe, ni'h fall direc tion for making and using a timplo Vegetable imm thai win eueciuaiijr temovc, in ten Uaj, Pimpics, l5!otche,"l'an. Vec!t!s:.andall Impu rities ol the Shin. Iiatmc tlis s-imoioit. tlew. smoothi; i:J licautifuli ., rr I wHl alto nail free to those h'aiia Da"ld irra& or Hate I-'RCfcs, simple iHri-ctioiu and information that will cnaaw litem to atsrt a fuHrovi lii of Luxuriant Hair, Whiskers, or a Mauttaehe, in lefs than thirty ilays. ll applications nswcrcltvreiiiri mail with tootcanrgw. 4tJia!i.WItAt!ji?ik:hNnisl, 23T "in S3t CroaJTjr. New Vork. I - IIM1AII T. 'a.... .. . ''rMy wafffltrfta .T Errcr. ctuatedhy . d.-ire to Un. fit othrrs. illf 0ifs. J!Urin- K!oH V.;, ' nf a., ! if Jy. !u!,nJ-1! ''! li"? "u " diuui, WioVio-Cii:&t? .w ....w , uiuic.i me itxipi hiiu uirecuuiiHur- 'aumsrin' i MAJISiOl; H0USE:;i - -J .vaJr-i JJ -Si- orncr of Sicncnee and JTfth Slue!, Lrnvjavvorth Uily, - - .Easiai : Mrs. J. UNDiS. '-- - Pi priettr. -XiZ - j - , sTAKEfi LEA.TtTltI5,IlOrSSrjJlLT. ,., . , . " ' '.. lll-2- J .7 O.-kiifoesa, JjTcdoh : r..Kaiss, Will pr.i.ctiuc,inSiatt:,aiuiUD!(edtatC3 Courts' ; "Paj Taxes ii'ExMmineSiilea fa'-tlits and the attfiimng countfe '211 J&X2! ra; AUtripy & Cwwsdlw ai Law, JtffersonGi -Kansas. " "" -illi .r tt .- ; t;tn-z .-'t- .. , M U JiJiii;i" x.iNcticTtiRcr.o? ds-D'saaiHiiir :.-FPBlftTri. CHAINS, STOOLS BEDSTEADS, liATJJESSES,., LtMgvK, Likii! (s lissips, 92 'Tablesi Stands, Coffins? -&C..&C., Ou Hand or FnrnfsueduV, Order. it. i7i Delaware SL.Nehr47th, EEAVENWOUTff, KANSAS: - brt ?i. ; CtO.'JUXOOSC. ' into, it bmoi?. . :' jv -5-"- s-3il tmmm, Delaware Street, beL3ti aad 4ht sts. LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS. AIL operations, in the line of.3ur Ifro--t tession performed ia a. scientific iuu .-Hiiaciory-mariri y, )e. RKFiE'-j-pcrniisiioafto tbe foUowTnr patron!- u?V-,r"tr CaRx" OX.JL..JIclfewKi; HrM.fJF.lTiOJ.JOTWllo.?.' ' ' - 131-b" . ' !; .0. vs:i ' & w. g. j. parks; -,'V5' wnoLSs.nr A si-mo. PiLtu ir DKTJGSMEDICiyES, t;aciaicih, Statiounrr. 'Vlt and ewes. Pure Liouors for .Medicat Purposcst I trruniery.Fancr and Toilet Art Mm. - 5S, corner Thirdand Delaware sts-- y I? A t-TvnTtTTl'ti I'W"""-" IjL,A N - QR3 fl, KA3SL ,.h -I3 JAMES HA'tflftl.tr uCVX ORXEY.-AT-LA.W; , Lcavmw.rtfc; K"aasas, -- iv-'-li -8 7yrrr,c ""' '' u'-'-"' Pica, in tlicDijirfct Courts- Pf(Tv'sH ' J?.Hn .Counties; 3d "- T -- tiri r kik-mmm -n hi-atottcsf- 'styivbiBX AlTDryEYS AT LAW,,.-' LKAVZywdRTlI,; tAsi t Nor,vnny ivirttc. ' "'- - T-J S : - . u jii. ,m : ' . . ,. ..t"m Law OmcE or A. EPaiTkEir; ' OsKAtooA.JtdrlStli, 1864., Having arfecied nrf.togtmmiil'im now prf-paVetl to prosecute tSoldters clutms ajjainst the, government.; ,:q -. Back Pny,.Boumira and aJJitCsnina' of similir nature attended tojwitOha-? o.trliest possible dispVdi."" " . '; ," AJS.IUksjb NOTICE antl.'Ustanieni of W-d-iKii.I wili; hocaOnt up tube proved and enlaced to prub-ite. at she ncxi remittor terra oltheProbate K.urt witfiH and f.r aia County of Jgjnoa ad Stat of. Kaoma. i a J be begun ai I hol.lcu ua -ttmk!iy Uie Z I d,iv i S" Jaly, jl. . 1835.- -' - J vt . J,AJ!lWraWa fEiein- -i.F , AaAtUta..WLi i,i ,, Notice of Resfenataaa. NOTICE i hrit-ky grn Wjill ;Trj!:. tnier wtjil ln-tbc Kiateot J.ib.1 U..(irtliier, de ceased, late. t Jtfdrgtm Ctwory, JCaofsj. ihit the LetU;r ofArlaiiciaCraUuii-ua ail Bute nowaeldby theij, at the lx-xt rv;hr JLtim f the -Tiah-iU. Court iaiilim r.rv.1 fw- vnl Cn., r rJesstfteti and-Suteof Kanrytv tatUm a5d iiiao ao -i.uuuay :ae .t u. .(. j-vt, v. B.Jhtw. "W ! A. V. A)5AKH." Adrafcaia- 435, ' ' f Ki .UA tq, 1 1 Mtoo. dL. C -thos, r.ayKevi x A.TTORNEY-AXAAW, VTill roctiet la tlx Coails. i4 Ji Coualy. " .-it-rT;! 2531 M8Mtfi Irth rtiiy "ivriuo all fcryorS inhrtstitl in tr Estate r A nthony .5. Wilson, deccaccd. laUr ol JrHCr-mi CmmtT-.KaRSn.4 lliir it,.. 1 .-. lir.ti m t A . !?.