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TTM Z?i Wt 52J - -rxr- - --f----iM--!a--i"""1- THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY MAY 20. SI U M k.' :.- :ll '8LJL.A.-i -V !-, . . : I ., 1865. W i & is;3 m f- it m i I Prj 4 4 & Ste M$jnfl$t. OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. J. W..BOBERTS. Editor '!-' . '!. .tr- : .-,!. Saturday,' May 20, ISO;": 'i i. .The lienor Traffic. ' : . . ; , Our brief remarks last week on the bubject of licensing a dram-shop caused some fluttering. While we do not wish to do.hariB to anyone or to wound Ihe feelings ofany jn this, matter, we do desireand Intend To'sJCak plainlyto give the trutb -. it is, boping.uUjkt it' will hu.whererer itrbelongy, andB9aTj mi our cwzea iinnix; ana, if possible, .thinlrrw. ' ' " , . . . . . No triaa who "regards truth ..or. the jiterests if society will contend sibat the selling of intoxicating liquors is w i v rigbt. In tins' day of light no man wbo hAsanyt regard for bis reputation wiil defend life efij. ,it is universale - acknowledged to be wrong. The whole question resolves itself at once into this shape: ''Has any'inan a right to do wrong? . Here, again, every one will answer no at, once and unhesitatingly. Then comesanothor jnquiry, which it.! seem almost preposterous to ask", and yet it needs to be a&ked, strang as it may appeal : Has any vian or sel of men a right to license , another to do wrong? . Every one must respond with an empliatic'no. What then? " It'is said the evil exist.and will exist. Fiieuil. that is begging, the. question at the start. Will it .exist if you- and tvery othei' man frowns upon and op poses it ? 'Certainly-no't. Wli'y'docs it tJXisi'at all.tlien ? Because jou'and others have helped it to eii-t. If the opposition of every man will cudi'tlie evil,-then every man who jiins'lhe op' position brings the, end ,of the wrong just as, much nearer as' his influence goes; wjiile every, one who-upholds itJ puts r.way the end of the evil by the. amount of bis influence; " '' These are plain and self-evident' pro positions; and it places the. responsibi lity of the continuance of this huge and devastating evil just where it bt- longvon the-shoulders "of those -who give aid, comfort and countenance to the crime. We might leave: the subject. here.buL we wish, to admonish our readers in Uiapijpt of eason and kindness; and awakcn-k'prepe'r Tfeelirigin the public inh'fd,!bnJlKf subject.' Good men are sometimes led into erroneous views of mailers, when they desire to do that which is right and for the best, us reason together.'1 A. jet Take away from the lfqoor traffic all respectabuity, and it will soon die. It is the countenance, directly or indirect ly, of.gtkid citizens, which sustains the evil; " TJic name of tint respectable man . orAvfluenlial citizen on a petition for a dram shop, will do more to sustain the traffic ithan the names of forty drunk a ardror' dissipaied men: We were told the othcr'dar liiat'Mr. -'s name was oujt'ieV pet'fiop for a dram shop, and, he $.. prominent Temperance mart!" .Look'alU !-' See bow far one man's in- flriVrice go-i?? This'onename was re- 2arded more than thirty others whp were known to favor the traffic.,. What willi such .Temperance (2.) men have to answer for ? Heaven save'us from the weight of resposibility they carry, LicenMrig a dram shop gives, resptcta "bilily to the enmg. of selliqg liquor. This history haa proved. The dram seiler.laies refuge behind icgality, and makesaj.iihe people responsible for his I tvickedness. Make ike calling disre putab!e,.and" at already stated; it will .ocae'tobe folldwed. T-I5ut' liquor will be cfrarik anyhow.' lt.may.be, by wpld topers; but if scorned by.all! orderly, and good men, it- will, .soOn be drank only in'jJrtrkiiesg, if at alk''DriVe it' into the shades 6f 'mid t light by a just and righteousa course, and in a hllle time it-.will .cease. . Hut' even: if there J6.ap hope for the conirm c'dHnebrHio or drasi-drinker, still there "lioile of saVIngiuoe"! who ha've no! vet 'formcu.the habttfOf dr-oking, but. w'ho-wiU.be a jposed lojlbe danger if. ilie traiSc is legalized.. And this be;' i4ies a double dutf.'-.iuce'it' will not- Jrfly 'save tho yontli oTtha,. la'na, foiili; takei.rom. bo. drmselle'r; of the, next feneration, the potent argument by whielCl'tn0,w I'Ppfis-to conqoer-lhnt' &aw Vll!'be"6uld ' and'tInb'fanjrhow,' I'.ti it '' . ' ,r- 'It?'1.' ", ' lfjcver. die sale ,is, stopped, n mjjst,be .. fc.y.MTiBgjtbe young fronithe curse. J-.-So.se saj they do not. fear for tktir ctton: 'Thisis Vay rrii is well known thatchireii or the finest ctpsciTy' and careful tiatoirighajlleu . . . ' . ,.t ,. -,' tl.. -fcrn:J Ticlisa'.-io.-"? V "4?" l,,c ri A'V? '.JKJSrj'. V TV,- .Jf .!'i; h i r '.i - -'-'vrt 'T'Cf BsniHon llS9r u(cpllfiostIe for.theswftmp, ne-yrt Jiaiid.,buf r fiir'irw jpjp "-"-" lets. -Bu .,ii?-niuinl tliS.li mkAarl uk s-.uw., -....- .-,--., Wiiidrcn cre.saie oecauso oi nic tf , , vi .':VLr-K: , kaar TiiW a o Sod utr F--:?M'MxJ',Y -- j.. fTj-'. rCi n nce.s irown aiouuu. tncni. 'J n,i "A re sre very many .ojlicrs wlio are p.5afo. flidr liomc iiitltii-ntc'S dy not idiriri s J13 Jid m tc M protect bit? railierJexposi'hel&'J They are constwitly liible to jjll by the de? stroyer. ls it nl very selfish In yoano conGue your influence lo yourself and yours aloue, and throw open the flood gates of evil aud the door of tempta tion to those children who are jnore un- fortunate than your own? Some child ren have a drunkeu falhci; and others have no shield. Will you not help to pieserve iheso and save litem ? Go and consult the mothers of these children. Hear their earnest appeal. See the trembling anxiety of their ma- Urnal hearts. Listen to their entreaties .against a licenseddram, shop rtto ih'jM arid if you Jiave.ue heart of a mau. m our bosom youwill cut oflj your band lieforo signing a petition for one of thTse outposts of. heir T-ie"' mother's 1 - j. " t til instinctiva dread pfi licensed groggery IsHhe surest evidence of jtsj dangerous character. '! j Liqiuir driuking' is' one of "Ihe great est evils of the land'. iiiquWselling is a crime of dark turpitude. Like all other crimes, let it be outlawed. T aruument that the crinia'will be com-. milted any how, and therefore should be iegaiize'd' is.unworthy of any nlan: !Tliat principle, carried, out will legalize, any crime. The very object of law is lo prevent crime and to-protect 6ocioty nmippt hv vumsldna the offender. Ar"H the argument that because a crime will be perpetrated, therefore, it should ,bej 'sanctioned, 'defeats the only ends ,0! good government. . On the same 'hypothesis Slavery, should be permitted and licensed, be cause men will abuse, servants, and domestics. The same of licentiousness. Men will debase themselves by beasti alitv therefore license, houses of pros titution. And some contend, for this. just as others .contend -.for a licensed dram shop, on the ground that the evil Will t'XtSh And here is an argument, m Pnt. In Rome, where this crimo was licensed by Jaw, every one was guilty: Tho matrons of the city had their names enrplle.d on the Ifst of courtezans to save themselves ,from(.tie, penalty of lhe,law against adultery., This is a fact-ofihis-; tory knowri to nil intelligent persons acquainted with the history of Home', but it is not the titiie oT the evil, nor pan the half of. it be told. In other countries where this evil has been licens ed, the samo results have followod. Paris is a den of prostitution from the Emperor down., Yhy ? Because in Peris licentiousness is lecensed. Here, then, from history we have the demonstration that licensing an evil j .increases' it; as every one miglit reason ably expect.- The right way is lo take every prop 'from crime: put it under the ban of public condemnation; sco.ut it from re spectable -society; arid it will diminish and finallv disappear. One house of. ill-famo or one- dram shop will debauch a community. Keep them both nway and good order and virjpe will be pre served, If men will drink, c6mpcl them toj diink with the disapproval of every good man and woman in community. .They will soon only drink tu darkness'. Drive the ctirue, inlo dens, and caves. under coverof darkness; and it will not be lung until" drunkenness will go the way of'its twin-sister and greatest sup porter Slavery, and both be nuinlier ed with the curses that iccre.'xn our hap py land. Let every friend of good order, virt tue and honor'i labor or the attainment of these ends. , 'Jeff. Davis' a'JPrisonerf : ; y.M . - -t -i Tie rebellion collapsed all atnonce. It stood upmntil itshollowness became evident, and then flattened out like a dead serpent. The evacuation of Rich- mond, the surrender, of Leesind Johu-y ston and Taylor with all, the, forces east of the Mississippi, were events rapidly f illowing each other. ,Froma boasting de.spoiJeff, .Dayli hurriedly became a. fugitive from ju&tico with a price sctj upon' his head, and now the great, arch traitor,' the man who murdered prison ers.'bf war, who starved them in pens of. filth, .nnd'stoYo tlio goods. and food scut, them by, friends,, who .connived atJ.Ue bamingof cities;and became a-party to nsFSSsrrjations.' 'is''-wisomr. 'Heav- n,s'4retfibanbn.bras o'verta'k'sn him in Ins career of ;bget crimps. HW 4 He..was cspturedipn the moraing of the 10th instan(9near-H6pewell,'G,i.,by Col. Pritchard of (the 4th Michigan. i'd ed by Lt,. C9I. Hsrdeeojthe. 1st Wis- fti&irj, bt)th:.in bj)ti pursuit., .At. day-i light the de'taiU from. the twoTegiments ca'ine'in contattttear to'Davis'CcamDi and.UrtlTtfhlo caclf other, euch'suppos- filing -iha-firslrinttlligence luohad of lhe'pre"6ence 'of.'our forces; ahastily slipping onbne of his wife's dresses his. sex hni; knif-butfjHWea a't'onco in the'fkpo of coifs revolver. He thought it a croat piece of impudence that he shoul'dTba t "yrr " '"' myig&. ;'ptmu!tgirca,Md'tuftfmsMl sapter .&'. lie at first 'brumSFek.'S hnwin.' folfawcd so!liotljwherule wm running nwiir as fsjit nsj.be coiild. . :t a i.r- .:r anu ui3 n.iro ft tolft the men tbiyUiaiLbttler be careful and hoi provoke tlio President (?) or he rui"ht hurt some of them! Davis was to be in Nasville on Tburs- "dayeyening, and will be iaWashing- ton by to-day (Saturday) probably. His staff wore taken, with him, but it seems llia't the tnymb'ers.of his cabinet' are yet at large and on the run. Ap- nearanoes indicate that tbev found themselves too hotly pursued and close; ly pressed by our troops, and broke up into small squads, each making the best time he, could. We hope, every one of tho wretches will bo overtaken and brought to justice. Affray. On last Saturday eyeuing, Colonels Jennison ud Anthony; met onMuin street,.LeaTeriwbrthwhen Jennisoti got out of his buggy' and wished "to .speak to. Anthony. As there was an, old grudge between them, Jennison, accor ding to both tho Times and Conserva tive, held out bis hand's to show that he had no" weapons in them,, arid walk ed, towards Anthony. The latter,; on hearing' the former' request for a, , talk, said he did not want to spealc to him. and drawing his levolvcr, fired and snoi oenuisyii iiuuugu iuu iicoujr jnn of the leg or thigh, inflicting quite an ugly wound, then fired again and. miss v . T I . ,!.... .-1. rl.yv 41.-!... t--l ed, when he took to bis heels and ran, as one person told us, like a' deer, bounding up the steps of tho Planter's House.. Jennison drew his, revolver and fired after Anthony two or three times as he ran. A man1 by the name of Wood, from Weston, was bit by one of the shots fired in the affray, and wounded in the neck. Anthony crept off home.fearing Jennison would follow him. Anthony gives a different version of Ue nffair says Jennison came up be y xm wj,, a. revolver iu each band,' as i,e believed lo assassinale'him, and that, ho was within five feel of him (An thony) before tie. laMerdiscovort'd him. That Jennison asked t'ospoak with him, thai he refused and retreated' thirty steps before drawing bis revolver. Then ho drew and fired, and 'retreated' to the Planter's House, and then, think ing Jennison was after him, west thro' the back way and home. These arc the versions of the affair. We presume tho Times and Conserva tive, which substantially agree, are right. If Jennison wanted to kill An' thooy, as tho latter states, and was within jive feet of his. lack, with a loaded mvolver in each hand, certainly that wasthe time for him Jo have done the deed: Thai he did not shoot when so fair an opportunity occurred, is very strong. proof that ho did not design to do so then. This statement evidently proved too much. We presume Mr. A. was, so badly frightenedfhat ho saw re volvers where there were, none, and a guilty conscience added terror to his fright. Such affrays are disgraceful. Mayor Carney had both parties give bail for their appearance iu Court, but we believe no, complaint was proferred by.any one, aud the parties we're di- cnarccu. tjubseauentlv t lev were bounuVover to answer for tho deed at the District Court. A Gallows for Jet". Davis. Several suggestions have been made as to what shall be done with Jeff, .Da vis. Jiang him, and let every loyal in dividual ,in ine nation give it dollar to raise the gallows, the surplus to be ap pled on the' 'war debt. No limit to the amount an individual may give. Tho Jeff-l)a vis Gallows Fund will bo immensely-popular, and stok always above par. ' The News. The great feature of news during the week isthe iiiture of cJcff.: Davis. The, trial ofitho assassins ii, progress ing slowly. Sherman's army has arrived at 'Wash ingldn, .following the Potomac army. As we understand it, both armies are to be, paid off and mustered out, u 'Arrests of prominent1 frebels are re po'rtetl; among them Senator Hunter of Ya., and Gov. Brown, of Georgia! The.proceedingspf th rebel congress show that tho subjects of -arson and as assihaiion ' werj introduced into that body, read, a first arid second time, and made the ) special order in .secret session 011 the 16lb of February, 1864 1 1 All1 the government' cotton irr Dick Taybr's De'niirtmenj, was rurrdndered with, aims and other rebel property to our forces. ? .. . Long and heavily laden trains of cars HlC'properly taken from the refcels aro arriving daily Trpm the South. ' The rebel pirate Stonewall is afloat. iurComrpand,of John N. Maffit, son of tliarnoted preacher of thai name, nnd ef fdW are buing. made loenpture the for in idabte craft1, 'which 'is represented m an ugly, customer. ' w u ; Sec. Seward is con vnlescing quite-W J1i' nilJ '" '"' ll,ost' fvorablera3niicr. Frowthe Mains.:-; i.r-- T . . ''Tk.u- 'Ton -! . 'way iii,joo-. . Fkiekd Roberts. Preparations for the contemplated Expedition against the Indiana, dwring the coming sumsoer are progressing but slowly. Sosae doublsare expressed" about any expedi tion being, sent out on fdiis route. It ihero is not; f'think iliel ltlf Kan. 'Will be encaged in seouting ia-the vicinity of Ft. Bridger, and on Wind ana row der riversduripgj'the summer. ,21$ of the Reg. are now stationed at Deer Creek, 105 miles from this" post, Platte bridge and-Sweetwatcr bridge, 190 miles from hsW. awsiting.furtber orders. A scouting'parly under command of Maf Adams, of the 1I1 Kan. 'num.ber- nag 35 men, camped on Sage creek, were attacked just alter qarK. on me 23d ulUbj; jtJband of Cheyennes, sup posed, to number; about fifty, who trjed to stampede their horses, but. only par tially, succeeded, all the horses but five, being recovered the next morning.! , It, is, certain the Iudians lost two killed, four ponies captured, and .one killed.. , Brevet Brig. Gen. .Moonlight arrnv ed here on the 20th ult.,ifrom Denver, and hat; assumed .cos-Biand of tho North Sub-District,, Dist. of the Plains,, witji headquarters at tbia. post, - 'An Indian, chief, named Big Crow, was hung here last w.eek. He was identified as one of the .leaders of the band which committed depredations lasttfall on the Little, Blue, between Marysville nd Ft. Kearney.. Ho was sentenced to, be, left, hanging, for. seven days, which is being carried into effect. The most formidable of the Sioux chiefs, Little Thunder, was camped .on Lara-, mie river, a few miles, above hero, aud after the hanging of Big Crow; ho sudr denly disappeared with part of his war riors, although on perfectly friendly terms. He probably, thought bis best policy was not lo be too intimate with the whites fors while.elseho mighisuc ,ed to the prominent position held V- Big Crow; so'he took to the Hills.leav ing itbout' 300 lodges", averaging six to tho lode, to subsist on'TJ'riclfl Sam'. The route to F. Bridger is closely ; watched' by Indians, arid trains require a heavy guard to go through in' safety'. Gnus is barely started, and onlv half rations of corn are issued, bo' that our cavalry horses are'in too poor condition for us to act on the offensive. The weather is very disagreeabln. A snow storm occurs every few days, and when it docs not snow, the wind blows a perfect gale, filling the air with dense cioutls of sand, which penetrates every hook mid comer, requiring free and frequent application of soup and water to enable us to distinguish our selves from tho aborininOB. The boVs don't like tho country; it hardly conies up to their expectations thus fur; but the summer may prove more inviiing than the Spring lias. At'll events, next September will make them free men once more. Yours, fec. A. L. R. rMm MwMttmwAh. ' GROCERIES, AND AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. GRANT & PEEST; Wholesale and Retail Dealers in, , Seeds, Groceries AKS l Implements. 'o ' Keen constantly on hand a largo upp.Iy;of, Gar den, Field and Flower Seed. Groceries. Cizars. Al'o, McCormio's, WjA.W6od' &.UuUlwrd' REAPERS AND MOWERS, it ! H.JV..Pim,'C.o;a Celebrated . Threshing Muchines, ltrown'ri Corn Plahtin. Fcnti and Ilradley's Sulki-y Cultivators, Sulkey Hay Hake, Gain; rloW and Cultivatort, IVorU, Ft. Madison nd Clipper Plow. Also, a lrgu, variety 01 Shovels, Hoes, Forks etc; etc; ' i'sn or woomnAR, . .Thankful for pastfavorc, we hope to mrit and reoe'ive aliheral iatronag in lU fuluro, and io vito. the public, generally to examine our stock, feeling cu'nfidcnt' we' shall be nblo'lb sell iHesa goud lower than any houe in ti-o Wst Remember the plte, No. 141 'Shawnee St., Lkavehwohth. 2470" ' Administrator's .Notice. NOTICE ii hereby given f all perioni inure teU'.ln the citato ot Jano Moore, deceased, lato of, the Caanty.of JcfTerjon. State of Kamaa, tint, unless tho contrary be shown. Mi the first day of th acxftarpof the Probate Conrrof ihe County of Jeirrrson, Statu of Kansas, tlio samo btjti tho 3d day of July, A. D 1865, th said "Court VilImaka'Bn'oMeffor'lhtr wile of the ro il estate of ilie"iaiil:dccenaed, lor the., payment of tha debu of tho said deceased, , '" JONATHAN C. TODli. Admr. of the eitxto of Jine Mojrf, dee'd. may 20, 217 Cw iifii E. 4. HUMPHREYS! WHOLESALE AUD BKTA1L DSALU IN w Medicines, Chemicals, AINT,0ILS; VARNISHES, DYE STUFfS, j yGuiilie Patent Medicines, AT.I. SIZES OF i WinclomCrlass, ' . - A5. Large ulass lorlricturo-liramcs CONCENTRATED LYE, AXLE GREASE, 4c etc., .WITH ALL TUE APPOI.NTMr.HT3 OK A, FIRST-CLASSDBOG STORE- Without Disparagement id Olttrf, Luta.n Mailer of Fact it is here Distinctly Stated, that Goods in nnyoPthc Departments named a bote can be l'urchased at this Itousc AT LOWER FIGURES Than Elsewhere West of St. Losis, AND A FAIR TStAL WILL rBOTETHIS BKTOXD ALL POUBT OB MISTAKE. O ' o adrance on mast of tho standard I'atent Meiiicincs of the day still aMdat old prices. CALL AND EXAMIKEJlYl3T0CK, at the IS. W. Corner of Delaware Third 6ts., LEAVENWORTH, KAN. 24tf. E. J. UDMrJIIEYS .. GOLD & GOODS ! D. A. MJLLINGTON & Co. .(SUCCCSSOW to'l)ASIELS,5lLLISOT.S k Co..) No. 52 Delaware St., Leavenworth, . WHOLESALE k RETAIL, DEALERS IN Staple and Fancy . drv go ioms, Ih'css Goods, l!ilU--Oi!llll9 uo Gloves, Hosiery, Hoop?, Balmorals C'LOTlMG"&CIGTilS To Kurnlih a ' COMPLETE OUTFIT OfHolh' Under and Outward Wear. Uools nnd Shoi's, Hats uud taps!! EVERY iUtTICLE DEEDED FOR Till; CHILDREN. AXD HOUSEHOLD. TOO ' A Klae Display of CvmnionIlaTo, arid '- 2 & 3 Fli Carpet P1L CLOTJIS, RUGS, &c. Table and Pocket Cntlerv, vajikee mxtom, & c t , AUL OF WUICIi, WILL 4JB S0LI;AT Greatly Kccluced'Prices! We nre;F'ully Krnriveil Not to be Undersold by Any II.ivw! in the Slate, jnd purcha.-cra may Koly with Cuiilidciiuo in, tlio Assurance that they can 1- .in-. , Get Bargains OFDS Regardless of the t'ostof Goods? e shall keen posted, and mark our Goods Down with tbu tall cf Gold and Kosttru Trices to tho , . LO W ESTJM Q Lf RES! '. &jU& SEE., . IlBMEMHKR THE FLACK ! No. 52 Delaware Street, LEAVENWORTH, K-ANSAS. tl.l ' ... . -i" !.. o D. A. M1LLINGTON &. CO. April 27,'1865. ' i 211 'Jtn FARM FOR SALE. Orte Mile North of Oskaloosa, CONTAINING COiaares of4laDd, of which 3Qacrcs areu cultivation onclosed jifUJf a goo rail fence., On the proiuifflU aro a log dwelling con taining three robnis.'n Lgootl well of water in the j'nrd, and small orchard, which jrill bear fruilTtbUi season, 40 acres of this, furnvis as good bottom litiitl as any in the Sute. Timber and sl'ono on the tract sufficient for uso. Possession can be given immediately. Inquii'u.of 'tho undersigoed at-the store of.ICatBoii.it Brothor; ..,, t 230-tf. fc G B. OARSON". -'" M l3k AdhiinitratorV Notice. NOTICE la (icrcby Kivcn.Mhw oh the llth day 'of Aplil.A D. 18C5, Lclters. cf Admit, fstration upon tho estate of 'John Wyflliltj ceased, late of the-' County 'of Betes, arid the SMtc of Miuouri, were isuedlothe unilfKigned by the I'rfalmto Court 6r atd Cnunly a no! State. All persons baviii;eluiins atjaiudt said ottatoare required to exhibit them iorntlowai'icu within oiie year from tho date of sail Utters,' or they may be precluded froimiuy benefits of said estate, and ii such cliiinis-bonol cxhlbiteif wfihilflhrce" years Trvm the, date of said lauerr, ill y; .will be forevVV brrcd. JOSEPH. W1X, 215 3w 3. , Adailnistpitor. Subscribe for tho Independent Hi.ii "o PRICE LIST A 'or NEW GOODS, Just Received by Cy Brothers : Superfine Flour rcr Sick of 100 lbs. Three X do do do .$6,00 7.00 Brown Sugar i lbs for 1,00 White Crushed Sugar 3 U fix- l,00; lined Apples albs i,w u Pc.tcncs per pound 40 " Currants (trcsh) - 35 u 1 runes ............................ iO Canned Fruits of all Iind9 per can 65 CutYee oct ft 50 cts. Green Teas from l to 3.00 Coal Oir per pil. '- M0 Small Army Beans per unahel 4.0l White Fish per B 15 cU. Mackerel per 18c Other thing in the same Reduced Ratio, Call i.n. 239if. CY BROTHERS. Where Shall WeTJiiy Our Goods? ' , wnr, or coi-bsk. at 9 FINICUli & TOWNSENDS, J:frik-W8i Comer, of Ae PUblie Sitiare; "OKALOOSA, KANSAS, ? ww " "- - - 1 tx DEY GOODS ' Clothing,' -Notions, . Etc., , Etc. WE Design to keep constantly on band a complete stock of' DRY k DRESS G00D& Consisting, Tu parr, of Prims, DeLaines, Ginghams, 'Lawns, Cla!lics, etc.;y etc., for THE.LAPiES. ; Flannels, Plaids, Muslins Tick ings, Tabic Cloths etc lor tho ' Children and Household., Cloths, Tweods, CasuTiercs, ! Cottdnades, Hickory Shirtings', and i,icr goods for Gentlemen and' Boys; Boots, Shoes, llats, and Caps; Spices, Salt, Hardware, and all the etcetci as 'usually louiid in'n Lire Establishment ol the kind, AHSol .Pon the nitist ' Kcason- ablc Tcrm'ir" Give lis a 'call, Everybody and s.cc thi' your selves, at the old stand of Moore &McClellan. FINICUM & TOWNSKND. O-kaloosa, ih. 10, 1S3. 2J2f THE CELEBRATED CRAIG MICROSCOPE. TUB best, tiniplest and invt powerful Miero rco in thu .world ! A- beautiful present to oiu or young, lioltcu up on an en tir'v new plan: Magnifies nearly 10,000 u'nies a power cqaal to com- piic-itctl f 20 Mieroscopes. 1 iitoiiiy, instramcnt which, retiuir&i no focal adjustment, therefore it can b-j u$cd by erery unc even by children. Ad apted to the lamily circle, ju well a? fcientjfia use. Shows tlieadulten tion in food, nnimaU in water, glob ules in blood and other fluids: tubu lar structure of hair, claws on a fly V footan'l, in fact, the objects wh'di can be eiamiite-l in it are without immber, and it Fasts a life-lime. I Agents -wanted everywhere. Liberal terms at Mholcsilf. aeni stamp tor circular, j rice onlv $2,50. Beautiful Monnted Objects only $1,60 ier doifB. Tub Pocket Novelty Microscopic. companion of the Craig, is adapted to the exam inatioitof living' injects, flowers, seeds, leaves, cloths, bilk bills, wubl, liWir, the skin, and op aqno objects generally. Price, only $2.00. Also, tho new oml beaotifut foldinf HE1.I.K. VIE STi:ilKOSCl'K, wb'di roasnifw picturrs Urge and life-like. Price $3,0O. Choice Stereoscopic Views $3 per doa. Any ot Uioaliovc ostrnuej)U wpl bo .sent by mail. po! pniil. on receipt 01 price. Alo. TELESCOPES of. all 1 izes and txiwan. prices rnniug In'in ?5 to g.U, tent by cjprcss mi rty-'pari of'lhe country. Th tlft1 Terc'ciipes will brint! close, to the eye inen, rattle game, and all objects Irom a distance of four miles. Fur any of tbe foregoing. artklo, addrrsa N. WOLCOTI', Siiecessoirto Q.Qi Miab, Chieaeo, lllim w. . ,lt-.3ro .UO."Doxl0:i5.). tEAK, SWtTH X tit., v OK TUB ' LEAVENWORTH REGULATOR, Corner of Dclawaro and Fourth Streets. (LAIXGS.IIALL BUILOINQ) LEAVENWORTH, KAN., ' . ' Aro now, ofTering orssale the largest and. b selected asdOrtnicnt of ' J"- SPRING & SUMMER mm Ever brought west of tho Mississippi river, con sistirig of all the Staples of the trade, such at Brown and Bleached Muslins, Prints, Ginghams, Ticks, Striped Check', Denims. St'ainels, Tweeds, Casinieres, eta Also, the fioeH aisortment of '''till if r j 1 Fall & Winter Dress Goods iu;th City, aud ,. full aicompleu stockof Bnlmoral nnd Hoop Skirts, Gloves, Hosiery and Trimmings, Laces, Yankt Nptions, Scc &p, Ladies, Misses' 6c Children's Shoes; Carpets, Oil Cloth?, Window Shades luaiiings, ijugs, etc., etc., All of which m gMnatea taiM at w LOW PRICES as they ran be had aiwikero. "Call and ieevs: " - 'el , - -.. Laign's Now BIdck,Np.92 Del- nwnm''SlniM '. . nwarb Street.' iKAK.SMl'tn A CO. I ftii ;15 II. Hxnr Cer. TH! WIW or BSGT2BR8 Beg- leave to amy to the dtiaeua of Oikal sa A: the f dUif Ccaenll That th-y intend to keep tack a stock of Goods and sell at 'such rncea as.wiU make it to thcia-. terest of all to deal with, thi. $ M titi-X tinuc to add New Articles of Trade To our Stock rratiBae,4 tife, TtEtr Ji .-r WANTS OF OUR PATRONS. We now have on band,, and shall ccsftaatly v PATUnOT If CTITfTVlrSI ' lUllUfX JHLBOXV(JU. stfir PAIN' OILS, T0BPENTIHE, s m?j L:r ftltOERIESr And all artiete foHad'iaa.wrfrecitDruc or Grocery Store. ' at,, nA,T, ,, 14.. n undiluted Sledicinen. We aimll give partieaiar, personal attention andexpcriencQ.toibeaejictionr ef icur stock, and can assure the Dnblie that .every article can be taken' In peffbet confidence ot the legitimate-renedMJ tmeeu. ; -s We bare all "tba PATENT'lIEDlClSlrS Sr the day constantly .ou hand-- , ' r CATHARTIC FILLS at 20 cmte per tox,aDd all other Medicines in same proportion. , We" will soon be hs rccefpt of tho best stock x'- Ever brought to thi market, having ordered di rect from th aanXttrtn in ft'ew,Yerk Abo, keep a large stock of Buflalc-hmf Rub ier, Ivory, Coaesk nnd Ft COMBS A full s;o-k of FOB MEDICINAL TUKPOStS-. OURGll'QCErufS Const in part f Sacar,rCoiree.Cnft El'jcnce-. thipcrial and Young Hyson 'TEAS. Sn'mkinjt and Cacvii Tsbae SaieialB,ablMla Soda repptr. Spice. Gingi r, 'loilct Casii'e as 1, Ko?iit Hoap, Powder, Leal, Shot. Ci Cps, Uiiidles-JlatcliCJ.Sbo-pBlaeking BrusheStav .Eulish,. Salt, CracS'ers, CJicmical Utuchiw. fndu'e Con-ccotK;tcd'Irc.Ojtcw-Sjniinte,l'cp;'r Sitoce; P.w! Oilf Axel Creese, Floor, Garden and Fl'Te.r; S.-ds Cignni AsWruJ'M Fawey Cadfci-. " We wilJ ke in acbaoge for gnoi C.fJTTEIr.. BOGS. IHL'E. BACON, Mki'rwill-iwt leftus "GREENBACKS." 4 .-'. Deirons tf b'av'ditig' op a.' permlccnt Irado, -we shall sail at , RIVER PRICES. '- - Tho motto of "Live and Let Lire"'n iU'goven' ' us i ur dealings. .'..'. Call nn4 ?ee ps before, ptircliasinjp elsewhere, at our new stand on 'tho south si-Jo of the Public sqd.-ire, one door west of li. ii. Carson Bro'sistore:.-227-lf ., JOY .BROTHERS. Look Here! A SEW 'i wa:i THF underjfgncd bavin'qait the ' feil?n bn' ' sinc!uaaoiieBc4.a aewr , FAMILY 6R8CERY 'J On Delaware slrccf, Oskalousa. wfccns'fc wilt' L'een constantly on hand, the Imi an tiieui at 'articles in bis' line to be had.in the )Iaik'et,con niu, in pan, or Floar.Uackwheal Floor, CorriMeaf,' Potatoes, Meat, Butter: FV. Dried Fruits of all kinds, Canned Fruits of jevery ort, Green-Peas, GreentCorn. born btarch,4!Ujht,and,aTul rariety of vi Provisions of allki&ds; Tea, Coffee, Sugar, Salt, Spikes. So-' da, Salerattw, Candles, Soap; Toliac-' co, CiHnrs, etc.and1 all'the needful . articles in this lineof trade to supply The Wairrf Fawilife AHfbfiaiaattiio1 J3tl ' WWW SATZS Thar cmttUHallA - .? r PeUrmiacd to try tomertimhope torvi a liberal share of patrdna'c'from tho Public.' i?T 0101c t-wtaoainocaiMwdnoi Dttawue atiwt. first building north of Mr. I. C, Smith's DUck miitbShv.p'.' R ememberrtbi place ini'd1 ' ' ;1CaU and Examine my Stock. , 1 Oskaloosa, Jtattn .1, 1864. 235tf ' 'VBWSU'ZAm. , ". Lawmhok, Xafcb, 1965. I TAKE this method to iuferai mj olddieafai and friends, that after nearly teree years' ser vice id tho army asConmiaoaty of Suhsinenee, I have returned and resumed tbe practice of mv. profession, and will take pleasure In attending to any and all buaiaesa intiuatcd to my care, be fore the different courts, State or Federal, er any business before Congrcs, oreithcrof thedepart menu at Washington. Having seenred tbe sr vices of one of the ablest lawyrra in Washing-" ton, 1 ean say with confidence, that it will b t' the. advantage of all person having claiouaz , ainst the Go vernmen 1, to place them in say hxoai , for collection, &.. . .. ;' 'JAMES CIHtlSTTAN, . : i-..i , .1 to iJ. i ? Artoray at-Iw. ' 235-3m t Old fjrni of CaawiiA &.Us.t '' N. B.' 1'WiU attend to getting par due officer th,iiha Sth'tottw Kegjateamn n , TIN t;AlllMIaS COXSTAXTLT OX SAJfB AH VWft 8AUI AT River Ptiees. .i-i. f.T.t . .tor " . ra 0 '' Ai'ffl '! W. A. Cor. m WL W, mm rSJEMHUSlES, "l AWARE of ih, difljculiy pf.jjxoeiriBuna , dulteratcd Drur, and cuavi6upf tbegrea't FnporUincc, both totie phvTgiciail who "pr?cTibe and the pa'ient'who Reeire the; of fceiraine. TTATOW(a X-tLlXU.XlAjl IX ALL ITj CBAilCHas CAWIZB OH BX 239tl COY BR0T1IERS. y3 i . . II Si :.T s: fl I-&. -.. Jt.