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IHE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY OCTOBER 21, 865.
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OSKALOOSA. KANSAS.
J. W. ROBERTS. Editor.
Saturday, October 21,1805.
Ee coMtrtctio.
There are Mrera! theories pat forth
by different classes of thinkers and pol
iticians for the re-coastructioa aad re
admission into the Union of the seceded
and rebellioaa States. The two extreme
views arc, that the Stales named are
conquered provinces ia the full meaning
of the term, and shoald be treated as
- saob; and that they are still Stales in
the Union that their acts of secession
were illegal and void and of no force
hence, that they shoald now resaaae
the rights and privileges of States in
the Union and the affairs of government.
Between these two extremes and em
bracing thesa lies the shades of opinion
which men eotertain on the subject.
That they are not States deterring the
rights of the loyal States in the Union,
none will attempt to claim, except nbels
and copperheads. That they are only
conquered provinces, we think is not a
tenable position. They are recovered
possessions, that for a time were wrest
ed froas the government and unlawfully
held by right of seisure, or force of seiz
ure, and are bow restored to the right
ful owner in a mutilated and damaged
condition. For the damage done and
the loss incurred in the effort to leain
mese rigutiui possessions, the owner
should assess such- penalties as may
-deter from similar robberies in tl.e fu
ture, punish, if need be, for the past,
and secure present safely and succeed
ing prosperity to all the laud. These
ads can only be attained by prudence,
jasiice and firmness.
A few propositions in this nutter may
.be considered as almost,self evideo' :
1. There shoald be no haste in rc-ad-justing
the affairs of the rebellious
Bute's. This is not oulv evi'ifcnt frori
the nature of the difficulties that must
feo encountered, which will require wis
dom, maturity of thought and care in
action; but, also, from tho fact that for
twcBly or thirty jrears the South has
Jbeen educated in its errors uutil tlicj
liave become a part of the nerves and
tissues of society, so to speak; and these
radical ones, of so long standing, and 6o
deeply rooted, cannot be eradicated io
an hour, a day or a year. Added to
this, for these fallacious principles and
ruinous dogtrws, they have been fight
ing for four years with a zeal worthy of
a better cause. Such men, with the
deep-sealed errors of a life-time, stamp
ed iadeliably upon their minds by the
most perMtanl education, enhanced by
prejudice and maddened by passion, ire
the very farthest from being fit to tight
..the evils they hnve tngeudeied, or re--organized
the system they have already
driven with railroad speed to destruc
tion. Evidently they are unfit in everj
aspect of the case to mead what tbey
have wrought into ruin. They are not
to be trusted with the destinies of a
usi kn at whose vitals they have been
rashly thrusting for years.
S. No adjustment of these matters
aljotild be made to suit the lite rebels
rather than the loyal masses of the land.
All discriminations shoald be made in
favor of the loyal and true. If they
re not satisfied to risk their country's
keeping ia the hands of its late and bit
ter foes, then let no power make such
an attempt. Let the loyal people of the
land feel safe and satisfied whether reb
els are. pleased or not. It is not of so
much consequence what becomes of the
rebels; but the true men of the hmd,
who hare stood by the old tag in life
and, in death, in the unbhiae.and aader
the cloud, should be held, "dear as the
apple of an eye" by all in authority.
No fear but they will be suficiently
magnanimous. . Brave men always are.
JBut they wish to be safe and sure, to
step nowhere except upon solid ground,
nd to do or consent to no work of re
construction that will not aland the tests
jtf time.
3. Let men in high places and low
jilices beware how they trifle with the
jjrett loynl oins of the nation, or dis-
legarJ their views feelings aad. wishes.
TktHureilr netittu; and ihey will liuil
jnut Bnni-. n7 -.. w.. ...J
.m ..k .- & ...atar. tasi. n. nn.anaw awaaraw n-
Hie 4 r ii.'ii and Blessings lor mci
;tlioy U.c ioium :m.i awereu. or uw',,1 ulHbers of which have reached
Mh the brijtitui-i of their victory by u, unA - jB tho pre83 of ortier
-ihe !ro of HWnmaey, aa they cast miltcn, n.e foreot to notice before. It
fMixn from its l.tnn or Motiod oat
jebelliou frm h lind I hoy love.
'4. No ic-conatueiiuB white the old
jdeas that brought treason aud war up
ab us s- ill hold away ia the Southern
Bind. A radical change of sentiment,
, feeling," of purpose must take place
t h the p.-ople of the South, era they
ctn b- trailed with ilia cares of Slate.
Ji m they are reformed. Well, Jet
tunc ist that matter. ! njf be tbwi
a life-time of purpose, education, preju
dice, and even haired and malice, will
yield to a few months of schooling in
adversity; but the history of man is so
full of instances where reluming pros
perity an J power restored the old evils,
that we are not willing to take repent
ant rebel of so violent a type on so short
a probation; bet them "bring forth
fruits meet for repentance" before they
claim absolution for their tuanv and
dark-hued crimes.
5. Let power never fall into the hands
of the old masters until their recent
slaves are secured from their domina
tion beyond a peradventure. This is a
plain proposition. Promises will not do
to rely upon. Acts must here tell; and
the broken chains of slavery must never
be mended or forged again.either in the
old reality or under some new guise.
We might add other important points
to be secured; but theae, with their ne
cessary concomitants of free speech, a
free press, free schools and a free gospel,
will probably secure all that good men
will feel like insisting upon. Whatever
is necessary to secure these ends must
be demauded, and the demands must
be yielded.
We want a government that will be
stable; that will be a unit in its institu
tions, and not a prey to two antagonistic
orders of socely a government that
will protect the rights of all classes, and
the humblest citizen over whom the flag
shall float; and beneath whose benign
sway all may feel safety, security, pro
tection. This is the' reconstruction that
is needed; and nothing short of it will
answer the purpose.
Tke Coareatioa.
As we expected, the soldiers did not
respond to the call of the politicians,
and become the lickspittles of dema
gogues on Saturday. Two office-seekers
and two or three soldiers were all
that came up. The show was too
poor, and there was no attempt to or
ganize. But the same kind of an irre
sponsible call was made for another
convention to meet at Osavsgce 0n Sat
urday of next weekt This is but a con
tinuation, ut the same trick. The sol
uicra do not make the call; it is a bant
ling without any responsible .father; and
the self-respect of the soldiers will com
pel them to treat the thing with the cod
temnt thev have heretofore shown it. It
Is an insult to them; to their honesty .
to their good senso; as if they canuol
get up their own conventions and Issue
their own calls if they wish to I
We have no doubt the soldiers will
spit upon any such contemptible trick
ery nd let the miserable wire-workers
pull the strings "alone in their glory,,"
a
Gen. Sherman
Arrived at Ft. Leavenworth on Mon
day last. A formal reception was given
hint at Lung's Hall on Wednesday
evening. The Hall was crowded to its
utmost capacity, a great many ladies
being present. Col. Vaughn introduc
ed the Gen., who was most enthusias
tically received. The war-worn veter
an addressed the audience it. a fine
speecn which was listened to with in
tense interest. He wa& followed by
Col. Moonlight who made a few appro
pi iate remarks.
The Gen. went to Lawrence on Thurs
day where his recaption was very flat
tering. Personal.
The editor expeets to be in Ohio be
fore this paragraph reaches bis readers.
During his temporary absence, which
will be but a few weeks, he leavea the
office in the care and under the man
agement of a returned soldier, who is
competent for tho place, and we have
doubt will render-aatisfaction to all.
Some persons are very boastful
of what they will do for the poor soldier,
and prate of how much these heroes
deservo at the hands of their country
men, and yet will hold on to good, fat
offices, (big pay and little work) which
they could at any time resign into the
bands of some of the hundreds of poor
soldiers they so greatly commiserate.
Let all such praters "prove their faith
by their work," or cease to preach
themselves as the soldier's dear friend.
Soldiers are sot fools, neither are tbey
blind, and tbey can see through such
stuff at a glance.. The flimsy veil of
hypocrasy too thin to cover the shame
of such pretenses, and soldiers as well
as citizens can see.
"whitt'd sepulchres."
what lies' ia the
Thi jjW ka lue ,,le or p,,.
Mty iUreJ M tecojmpum, Kansas,
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is neatly piintod, well edited, steers free
of politic, and is devoted to literature,
acrricultnro. news and misctllmisous
reading. S. Weaver,
editor. We wish hit
publisher and
i success. He
gets up a spicy sheet.
ii in
$W We understand that of this
county ia aspiring for gHberaalorial
honors. Why not Jefferson eouaty fur
njsh a Goveipor m well as anv other?.
T)m Vein.
The receipts of Internal Revenue for
the month ending Sept. 30, amount to
unwards of ninelv-three million dol
lars.
Two gunboats were recently sold at
Mound City at an aggregate of $24,-,
000.
Seven persons were poisoned to death
in Shiloh. 111. recently. Calomel had
been prescribed, which was afterwards
found to contain corosive sublemate.
It was feared others would not survive,
as the calomel had been given to up
wards of forty patients.
A five mile foot-race came off in St.
Louis, last- week, between John Grin
nell and ToungDeerfoot, for $500 a side.
Deerfoot won bv 36 seconds: his whole
time being 30:01. Urinnells au:37.
The last mile was run by Deerfoot in
5: 30
A fire in Belfsst, Me., on the night of
Oct. 12th, destroyed 1,000 .buildings.
Loss 8300.000.
The President is busily employed du
ring his leisure hours hours upon his
forthcoming message.
Four hundred rebels were pardoned
by the President on the 14th inst.
The officers of the U. &. Navy are
about to petition Congress for an in.
crease of pay.
Work is being renewed in the lead
mines in Jasper and Benton Go's., Mu.
Eastern capitalists are prospecting, with
a view to heavy investments. New
machinery is being rapidly brought in.
Jeff. Thompson says that the only
persons in the South who want to do
any more fighting are those who didn't
do any when they had a chance.
Election returns from Iowa thus fHr
show that Gov. Stone's majority will
be about 16.000. Th Legislature will
be three fourth Republican,
Colorado lis, voted in favor of form
ing a. State Government, and against
negro suffrage.
Tho first Fair in Platte Co. since I8
60, was held at Platte City this week
The attendance was large and exhibi
tions fine.
South-west Missouri is rapidly being
le-peojiltd and about all the farms will
be tenanted by their fotmer occupants.
Most of the former settlers arc returning,
while others, seeking a new location are
buying lands and making improvements,
which tend to shortly bring this part or
the Stale up to its former high standard
of prosperity.
It is estimated that the apple crop of
Piko Co. Mo., will teach one hundred
aad twenty-five barrels, and valued at
about 8250,000.
The census returns of Iowa show a
total population of 749.000, an increase
in two years of 47,912.
Workmen are busily engaged in pre
paring the Capitol for the approaching
Congress.
It is reported that tho Cholera has
broken out at Southampton, Eng.
Lords Palmerston and Derby are
both bed-ridden with the gout, and
there are doubts as to the recovery of
the former.
The Union majority in the late elec
tion in Pennsylvania will exceed that
given for Mr. Lincoln by several thou
sands. .
Dates from the city of Mexico of the
5th inst state that Lt. Maury, lecently
na'uralized a Mexican, has, by a decree,
been appointed honorary counselor.
Considerabla excitement was created
by a murder in the city, and the execu
tion of the criminals within forty -eight
hpurs, .by .the .order of the .Emperor
A number of late Union officers, have
started a universal suffrage paper, at
Raleigh, N. C, called the Journal of
Freedmea.
Lkavemwortu Co. Fair. The Leav
enworth County Agricultural Society
has issued in pamphlet form, a "List of
.Premiums and Regulations," for their
first annual Fair, which will be held on
the 24th, 25th and 26lh inst., (in our
issue of last week these da tea were in
correct) at Leavenworth. The list em
braces a good variety in all the depart
meats of agriculture, the fine arts, dsc.
and the premiums offered are ample.
J2,acli day ot tne f air tueie will oe. ex
hibition of riding or driving, also publie
ales of Sock, dec We wish it suc
cess. -V
We are under obligations to the gen
tlemanly Secretary of the Society, S. J.
Darrah. for a Complimentary ticket.
m m
The Boston Pilot, which ought to be
good authority furninhes the following
information in regard to the disputed,
point, the derivation of the word ''Fe
nian:" "The term Fenian is derived from
the Gaelic word Fiann. In the anti
quated Gaelic it is written Piand. It
was-a -name given to an order or class
of professional soldiers among the Pa
gan Irish, long oelore tno unrislian
era. In ordiaary times, the Fiann con
sisted of three legions, in each legion
were 3.000 mew. but in war there ware
usually sercn legions."
t A contract has been, let forHbe erec
tion of a church edifice at Olalhe, Ki.,
'an institution,' says the Mirror 'which
we have been sadly in need of these
many uays. the editor ot tne
Mirror had presented to him a sweet
pumpkin measuring five feet four inch
es in circumference, weighing eighty
pouuds. Hard to beat.
Five horse-thieves were arrested last
week at Council Grove, and are now in
custody there. "-,
An artesian well 1 being bored in
Brown Co. lt has reached a depth of
175 feet. The original object was to
find, salt, but it is said the prospect for
oil is good. -
Next Thursday a sale of 2.000 Gov
ernment horses will commence at ft.
Leavenworth, to continue daily until all
are sold.
A new paper is to bo started at To-
neka by Ward Burliojrame, the first
number to be'issued in'November. Sue
cess to the enterprise.
The Conservative advocates the estab
lishment of a system of city railways to
connect with South Leavenworth, the
Fort and Cincinnati; It would undoubt-
edly be n great convenience, and
profitable undertaking for some one.
The Committee appointed by the
President to re-examine the U. P. R.
R. prior to any advancement of funds
by the Government, left Kansas City
on Silurday iu the performance of that
duty.
The Lawrence Journal says that a
firm in that city has taked a contract
to supply certain Indian tribes with !,
200 plow;, 600 stirring and 600 shovel
j'.&wST
The population of Doniphan Co. by
a recent census.it 9,472.
The Claims presented to tho Military
Commission at Topeka amount to two
million dollars. It is intended to lay
them before Congress, and if possible
get an appropriation to pay them.
The Emporia Xews complains of the
great irregulaiity of the mails in South
ern Kansas. Wonder when they ever
was regular in Kansas.
lm &vtxfommfi$.
WISE HOUSE,
P. WISE, Priprieter.
THIS well-known Hotel hat recently bn
newly fittM up and re-luroiahrd for iheac.
Ctmmdtioii'cjf gurtti and the irave'ing public.
NO PAINS WILL BE SPARFD
to render their tajr pteataat and agreeable.
CuDfvitnt of bipg able to
Give Saiisfaet!i to all,
I only k 5 trial.
N. U A large sod commodious alable la con
nected with tlii llouae,
NEW
BOOT & SHOE STORE!
N. Ma camber & It. Lyman,
Manufacturer aui Dealers in all kind of
BOOTS & SHOES,
at Macomber'a old stand
IN OSKALOOSA.
Hare just received the
LARGEST AND BEST STOCK OF
BOOTS t SHOES (l
ever brought to tbia town. Wo have selected
our stock wuh great care.
Expressly for this Market.
Our BastVrn work is all
Warranted to oar Customera,
the same aa work of our own make. Tbia
firm doea not rxpeet to be H
CMERMLI 1Y m I0USB
in town ot country. ''Come one, come all,"
am! 'examine our stock1 .before purchasing cl,e
where. Don't forget the place. East side of
Fubiic Square, Obsai.oosa, Kassai.
NO'UMAN MACOMBEU.
RUDOLPH LYMAN.
Oct 12-65-rM8 fipa .
ELECTION PROCLAMATION
IHORACX' GIBUS, StwriVof Jefferson County,
' State of Kusoi. in niinnasre of law. do hembr
prucUim slid make known to the qunlitled electors
oi saia louniy, umijt general ciecuon win bo held
in uld Count on 'I ckibat. Notmiii 7. A . 1). IMS,
for ttis sole lion of tho following oflieers, to wit:
One KcprcsenbitlTe to Uie LerUblum lortbstBth
District, comprising lbe Townships of OsttslooM and
JtftVrson.'one RenresentatiTo to tho LuUUture
forthoSOth libtrici, comprising the Townthips of
unawiuiHKrrsusaua noes threes; nno nepresent'
stlre to the l.eciststare for the l.t District. coni
prising thTownhlpsofOswkee,Ksw, Kentucky
sou nsrcoiic; one ononis, one uorr-nsr. one UO
tr Clerk, one County Treasurer, one iteglster of
ueeo.,ose uobniy ttarreyor, one ttounty-Assusso
one Probate Judge tolll a vacancy, aad throe Cou
2 Commissioners, one for the'drst District, enmprl
iff the Townships of Osknlonsa, Sarcoxlo and
Kentucky : one for the second District. comprUlug
and one for the third District, rouipriilsr UioTown
ao lowuMipsoi usawsoe. naw ani kock vreek,
animror urs'sbopper rails and Jenersoo
Jeaei
uit
Wen under m hand this 7th da'
of October, A,
K GIBBS.
HORACE GIBBS.
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S67-4W
aacrit of Jefferson Count, Kansas.
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M G tJ PARKE,
WBOLtaAtX &.BKTAIL DEAIXft IX
DKTJGS, MEDICINES,
CaeaslcaU, StaUemarr, Valuta aa
Oils, Darning FiuH.VarnUiie
niuus, wtnoow liiasa, rutty,
ctnes, I'uro Liquors for Medical Pufooeea,
.Perfumery, ancy and Toilet Articles,
No. 68, corner Third and Delaware sts.
LEAVENWOKTH, KAN.
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Jr. Ff Moolletj's eolt-hii).
NEW GOODS!
NEW GOODS!
j i J 1 . i . y ' t.
WOOLLEYS
South-west Cor. Public Square,
OSKALOOSA, KAN.
DRY GOODS
w
JVOTIO'JVS,
otmzws
i mw
Boots, Shoes
AXD
Rubbers, for
av nti
STAPLE A FANCY
GROCERIES
PATENT MEDICINES
HARDWARE,
fS'l'WOWiiiwl'.
AXD
A THOUSANlLAND ONE
Other Articles, too Numerous to
Mention,all of which will be sold
enis) pas e&iV
CALL AND SEE,
And be convinced that you can
not buy goods elsewhere on
BETTER TlftllS
Than at this House.
H. K
14.1885.
WOO.LLEY.
1 '-' ?' l4.tt
Sept.
WANTED !
BU1TER, EGGS,
II. F. WOOLLEY.
H. r. WOOLLEY,
Notary Public,
CONVEYANCER,
AND
General &g cut f,
OSKALOOSA, -MS.
SlSlSSa)
Stt; 14, im.
y.a-tr
The tflaxic to Buy
..D..A..MILLINGTONt.Ca
(Successors to Daxikls, MiLiisoTxa k Co..)
No. 52 Delaware St., Leavenworth,
WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALERS IN
Staple and Fancy
DRVGOOVS,
Dress Goods,
'iiipi&,"'
umt mw$
Gloves, Hosiery, Hoops, Balmorals
ClOTHM' & cloths
To Parabft a
COMPLETE OUTFIT
Of Both
Under and Oitward Wear;
B)ts til Sfetes, lite aid Caps!
EVERY ARTICLE NEEDED
FSR TIE CIIUREJ JHI If USEIID.
A Fine DUplay of Common, Plaia, aad
2 & 3 Fli Carpets
OIL CLOTHS, RUGS, &c.
mm OQ
Tabic and Pocket Cutlery,
YANKEE NOTIONS, &C.t
ALL OF WIIICH WILL BE SOLD AT
Greatly Reduced Prices'.
We are Folly Resolved
Not to be Undersold by Any
flonsp in 'ho State, and parehaer may Kelt
with Cottil'.-nce in the Assurance .that they can
Get . Bargains
, OF US
Regardless of lbe Col of duds !
We thall keeo !. and mark our Goods
Down with the Fall of GoM and Eastern l'nce
to the
LOWEST FIGURES!
CAftll afalP
UF.MBMBKR THE PLACE!
No. 52 Delaware Street,
LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS.
D. A.
MILLINGTON & CO.
Sept 15, 185.
2M 3a
1865! TAX NOTICE. 1866!
TaBAScaia'a Or'trc,
JsFrxaox Cocsttt, K ASAS. t
IS. C. GEPU ART, County Treasurer of sai.l
County, as rcauire-i by section 32, chapter
197 of the Compiled Lawa of this Stnte. lie reb;
&ivr. notice tl.sliiie Tax Rttll of A. D. 165, ha
ten placed in my hand for collection, and that
the following amoonta stand chsrjrrd on sad
lioll on ach one hundred dollar valmtion, to
nit:
S'ate Tax 50 centaoa the $1U0 valuation.
"School tax 10 cerw on do do
County Tax 70 cents on do r!
Otkaloota T'p 10 cts. on do du
Grasshopper FallsT p 30 cts en do do
Oiawkee Tp 1 cu on da do
Kentucky T'p 10 cts on do do
Delinquent Rnd tx 40 cts on do do
metier S'cnooL Tax.
No. 1. 75 ct ins on the 100 salustion.
No. 2, 12a M " i "
No. 3,125 " " "
o. 4, ICO -
No. 41, 100 " . f .,"..
Xo. 5. 100 " - ' '
So. 6. 75 "
No. 7, 75
No. a, 125 '
No. 11, 100 "
N-. 12, 125 "
No 13.125 "
No. 14, 75 u
No. IS. 125 '
No.17, 50 "
No. 19, 75
No. 21, 621 "
No. 24, 75 "
No, 27 25 M
No. 23.331 "
"No. 29, 125 "
No. 30, 35 "
Xo.3i.125 "
No. 32,100 "
NV.33.100
No. 35, 50 -No.
37, 100 "
No. 38. 125 "
No. 39. 125 "
No ,40, 75
No.44.ltX) "
No. 4 125
No. 47, 100
No. 49. 75
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Also, that 1 will, in person or by Deputy, he
in attendance at the u,ml plsce of hulding. elec
tions in each Town.hip on the following 'days
and date Dr the purpoaeof receiving saiJ Tax
to. wit:
JeffVrion Township, Nor. 8th and th.18o5.
Grnhopper Faila. " lotii and 11 b
Rick Creek I3ih
Osawkee " 14th . ,
Kaw 15th
Kentucky, " 16th
farcosie, " 17th
And after thai date at ray office in Os'.nloata
Townshit).
Oiven undrr mr hand and seal, this 3J daT
of October, A. D. 1865. '
S. C. GEPRART,
Trenrurcr of Jefftr-on fit.
TIW WARE
COXSTAMTLT OH HANBAND WO BSIX AT
River Prices.
tImiIg
ix all it saixcniM CAaatao ox ar
2Wit COV BROTHERS.
AZEL SPALDING,
tuiy Atttney k Nttiry PaUic,
Offices in County BuiMinga,
mmj9
'AHb
tiKAssiioppKR Falls, Kansas.
KtaavCar.
THE NEW FIRM
-or
COYBKOTHERS
Beg leave to amy tothe tilnmaaaf
TBattrKy Ia(eBat ia kmfwucX-n:tmmmt,mim
Bdaell at such pneea wiM ataka it atlhiia'
tereat of all to deal witk. Ikrns. W. akaN a
tiaaeloadd ' l ' it '.
New Artictef tf Trtii
To tar Stock fro tfaae avtiaBe, to i
WXKTS of our patrons.
-o-
We bow have ear
keep a complete, atpek ,ef
fd k
PATENT MEDICINES,
PAINTS,yi;RIIISHES,
OILS, T0HPEHTB1E,
GROCERIES,
Aad aH artietea fammiXn a waR lagafcilaal Draft?
or Granary Store
AWARE of tk diSailty of aretarfag aaa
dalurated Drac. aad coercion! of Uaerraat
laportince, beta (e tae paynKiaa wno nrn
and the pattest who reeatrea Mwai; at gc
ondilated Medieiaeaw W aaall cive aart
eenoaal sttentfca aad exrerieace lotkaaeliedeai
of oar stick, and car aaaare the pablie that
every article can be taken ia perfect ennfidrata -of
the legitiatntte reaaedial efieW
We hare all the PATENT MEDICINES of'
the day ceastaatly on hand.
CATHARTIC PILLS at 2tceate per bexiad
all other MedictBc io aaaM arosortiea.
We will sooaVJfc ia reevist of the best Mock of
Eer brought to thi market, having ordered di
rect from the Btaaafacturcni in New Yerk.
Alo, keep a large stock of Baflalo-hera, Kab
bcr. Ivory, Coaxes aad Fm COMBS.
A full stock of
Wines & Liquors
FOR MEDICINAL PURPOSES.
OURGKOCEKIKS
Cruist in part of Sugar. Cot) ee.Ci flee Easeacc,
Imperial and Young Hta TEAS. SmoUag'
and Chewing Tobap'o. Salcratas, Babbits Soda,
Pepier, Spice. Cing-r. toilet Castife and Roaiat
Soap. Powder, Lend. Shot. Gnn Cape, Candle, .
Matches, Shoe Blacking Bruihe, Stove Polish,
Sail, Craciers, Chemical Blueing. ladigo, Can.
centrated Lye, Oysters', Sardines, Pepper Saace; -Cul
Oil, Axel Greene. Flonr, Garden aed Flower '
S da' Cigars Aasort, d aad Fancy Caadiea.
"e will take In exchange for goor'a, DUTTER..
EGG& HIDh. BACON, and will not re&ee
"GREEN BACKS:
Desiros cf building ap a perasaaeat trad'
we shall aell at
RIVER PRICES.
The motto of " Li ve and Let Live" wiM gwvera
us in unr dealings.
Call aad see as before parcbasing-.
elsewhere, at our new stand oa thtr
soalh side of the Public square, onr
dcor west of GB. Carson A Bro's siore.
227-tf COY BROTHERS.
E. J. HUMPHREYS,
WBOLKSALK ASS BJCTA1L aXALKS IX
Pamws
Medicines, Chemicals,
PAINTS, OILS.
VARNISHES,' DYE STUFFS,
. Geiita rteit Me-ikiwr
ALL SIZES OF
"Window Glass,
A.1B
Large Glass forPictu Frames'
CONCENTRATED LYE,
AXLE GREASE, c aro,
with atL th ArrotxTTHrra or a 7c
FIRST-CLASS DRUG STOKE-
Without Disparagement to Others, hat aa a-
.iMatterof Fact it is here Distinctly Statid, that
uovus in anr oi ine uopanmena named aaove
caa be Purchased at tbia House
AT lOWER FtGOKES
Than Elsewhere West of St. Loak,
AND A rAIKTBIAL WILr.rXOTE THIS BXYOKO ALL-
bocbt ob amtn.
o
So advance on most of the standard Patent
Medicines of the day atill aId at old prices.
CALL AND EXAMINE MY STOCK, attb
N. W. Corner of Delaware A Third &.,
LEAVENWORTH. KAN.
nut. E. J. HUMPHREYS.
PRICE LIST
NEW GOODS,
Jist Receive! by Cy Irttbers:
Superfine Flour per Sck of 190 lbs. ..-$,
Three X do do do ......7,ai
Brown Sugar 5 lbe for I,
White Crushed Sugar 4 lbs ier " !.
Sda per pound. . .l..v.....lSa
Dried App'ea v8 Iba ljM
u Pe.cnea peV'iriifld . ....V.....r. .. 4
" Curraata ((reab) .......... 36
sruaea .......... a
Canned Fruits el aU kinds per caa '
Cofiee per l 35 ctn. Green Teas frota 1 1 to tt
Coat Oil per-sal. ....'...;.. .....".. . .- Ijhw
SmallArmvtteaaa aer baahel
VnarjStliiJL Mackerel per A le
v JOaSer thiagsiai the hams tedaeed Baaia,
Cau. ia. .
239tf. COY BROTHERS.
W .A. Cot.
vrnmrnz
D&
Ir. 1. lRert' Iiifie Witir.
4 arawaea JMsaarary. '
AFiu.GaAtxof lodme. ia .each aaasa ef Vate e
Ditvlced trilAtmim JtfasaJl.'
'1 be mtvt Powxajrui. Vitaumm Aetar I
Restorative known-. Scraashxaak Bheaw, Can
cers, Rheumatism, fiiiwaiaiitp. aad many
Chronic rf Uerediurr-DnasaataTare by
its UFe,aa.trKawr4tocaatattf. Circalr-tt
free. Price per bottle $1 M, or far t "
. Dr.lI.ANlJJF4tCTayakiaaaaiHHm,
iata, 438 Broadway, Kaw Yatk.
Kald by Uroggialaaeajaralrjr.
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