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IS rUBLISBKD KYmt BATUBDAI MOKKIXO AT
eskiliiM, Jebersai Canty, Emms.
J. W. EOBKKTS, Witor.
- Th Soldiar'i Inception.
Our enterprising and patriotic neigli
,bors of Winchester gave a aocial recep
tion nd dinner to the returned soldiers
of the county on Thursday last. The
day was spent in a very pleasant man
Bfr, feasting, singing, talking, and lots
of oilier good things; it was decidedly
i a "gay and happy" gathering. Mr.
Wb. Kincaid addressed the assemblage
fr,- ia a short speech, welcoming the soldiers
back to their former hones from the
hardships and dangers of the service,
and trusting they might prove as good
citizens as they have soldiers, which we
doubt boI but they will.
The tables were bountifully spread
with eatables in every variety, to which
ample justice was done. About sixty
discharged soldiers were present; we
liavn't had time to even estimate the
number of the lair sex who were pres
, cut, but we know that there was some
of the handsomest to be found in the
country. Music and dancing was the
order of the night, and it wns kept up
until n late, or rather early, hour the
next morning.
Tiie Indies and citizens of that vicin
ity deserve credit (or this manifestation
of their pleasure at the return of their
soldiers, and the tasteful and generous
manner in which the reception was
gotten up. Il will long be remembered
with pleasure by those who participated.
The Soldier's Convention Inst
Saturday, proved an entire failure, as
might have been expected. There was
no representation from but three town
ships in the County. Enterprising pnl
iiiuiaus were on hand, ready to engi
neer the affiir through, but even with
their help, nothing could be done,
"I They offered much etUirely disinterested
advice, but to no purpose; thecouldn't
succeed in getting a shadow a meeting
-organized, through which they might
.get their friends into -nomination, so
they gave it up as an unprofitable un
dertaking and returned home. It is
-our opinion that they might be in far
'better business, than running over the
-county getting up Conventions for the
vl)enefit(') of soldiers. We think when
-soldiers want to hold a Convention they
will issue a call themselves, in proper
Jon, and carry it through without the
help of any political demagogues.
3T A train of eight heavily loaded
wagons frim Leavenworth, passed thro'
here n Sunday, lot-led with merchan
dize for a firm in Tnpeka. If a com
paratively small amount of work was
'done at the crossings of the small
streams, sloughs, fce nearly all the
travel between Leavenworth and Tope
ka would quicker be chaBged to this
route. This subject of improvement
lias been before the people a long while,
awl it is time thai something was being
doae in the matter by those most inter
ested, especially the citizens of this
town, to put this road is good condition
for travel.
y We are pleased to note the re
turn of our esteemed fellow-citizen, Mr.
Jam's Munroe, after as absenee of over
three years, during which time he has
been on duty in the Gulf Squadron.
He has ezperiensed considerable hard
Service, and to jadge from his hearty
appearance, it agrees with him 'hugely.'
He returns to New Orleans in a few
weeks.
af-afTFor the past two weeks, emigrant
-wagons have bees constantly pasting
through our streets, bound for the
-'southern part of the Stat, and South.
west Missouri. Many of- them were
.driven from their farms in 1861-63,
and sow go to re-possess their former
Jioaesieads.
' The eclipse on Thursday morn
ing was a fine one. The day was clear
and very favorable for its observation.
The weather for the past weekUj. Allkk as a candidate for the Legis-
has been very cool and suggestive of
tbe rapid approach of winter. No frost
as vac
J9 The Fall Tern of tbe District
Coart for this Coanty, will coaimence
fin Monday next, the S3d insL
. JtW Tbe'Jeader and a law otlienitems
pf editorial were prepared ia haste, a
few aioBtenls before leaving, and tha
reader will Lave lo bear with any inac
Piracies that be May be discover.
aC7" Several petty tkefts have been
coajDjitd in Iowa lately. CcrUin per
sons bad better not add to their notorie
ty in tins reapeot, or they nay get
theamlrca mto aore trpuble tliafl they
anticipate.
THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS.,
Marrikd. On Tuesday, Oct, 17ih,
1065. by EWer T. Trapp. at his resi-
deuce, near Oskaloosa, Mr. John Fitz-
gebl and MUs Eveline Leavhton, all
of Jefferson Co., Kansas.
Ml II
Died. On Saturday. Oct 14tli 18-
65. Mimnu, daughter of Lorain and"
Mary Willetts, aged one year, six
months and ten days.
A. T. & S. F. R, R. The Champion
of the 17lh, says:
Maj. Gunn has received a dispatch
from Willis Gaylord, Esq.. of New
York, announcing that Mj. G. had
been appointed Chief Engineer of the
A. T. & S. F- Railroad, and directing
liim-lo make a draft for all funds ne
cessary to complete the survey of the
road for one hundred and fifty miles
south-west of Topeka.
Maj. Guan will start out on this busi
ness in a short time. He will be ac
companied by a party of competent
engineers and assistants. He will go
through Topeka to beyond Council
Grove, and back via Emporia, making
a survey of both routes, to test the feas
ibility and advantages of each.
The work on the road will commence
as soon as this survey is completed. It
is confidently anticipated by those who
have charge of this great enterprise
that the road will be finished to Topeka,
and the cats running on it, one year
from this time. Everything that ener
gy and capital can do to push il forward
will be done.
A Good Example The Now York
Times of the ISth records the following
praheuorlhy example:
"We understand that two appoint
ments were made in the Custom-house
to-day under circumstances worthy of
remark. An incumbent canu to the Col
lector in company with a one-legged
soldier; saying that he desired to resign
in favor of the man who had lost a limb
in defence of the Union! The other
case was that of an Inspoinr who resign
ed to go into the army. Having served
his four years and honorably discharg
ed, the man who had held the place Tor
four years cacne voluntutily and surren
dered it to the old Inspector!
A Richmond correspondent of ihe
N. Y. Herald writes that there is a man
tit Virginia wlo indulges in the wild
speculation of buying negiocs emanci
pated by the caviuu in of the rebel gov
ern mint, nt ten dollars a -head. -in the
hope that the United Slates Govern
ment will ultimately pay the full price
for them. He offers ten dollars in gold
for right of property in each negro, and
has, it is stated, made some purchase?.
The New Water Pboof Correnct.
The community, it is said, will short
ly bo supplied with a new irac'ional
currency printed on "membrance pa
per" a new invention in the piper
line, the successful imitation of which
will baffle the skill of the oldest coun
terfeiter. Il will be well nigh i impossi
ble lo produce the piper outside ths
Treasury Department at Washington,
and from its texture and finish the least
expeit in money will be able to distin
guish the genuine note. Not the least
of the many excellencies of the new
currency is the fact that il will wash.
A preliminary survey of the Uailtoad
route from Pleasant Hill to Lawrence
ha jusl been complo'ed. The repnrt
of the surveying party is said to be
highly satisfactory to the friends of the
enterprise.
A daily line of coaches is to be estab
lished soon between Pleasant Hill and.
Ft. Scott. j
CANDIDATES. ;
David M. Smith, is a eandidata.fer
life office of Co. Commissioner for the
2d District, eompriMni the townships
of Osawket, Kaw, and Rock Creek, at
the coming November election.
We are authorized to announce the
name of C. W. Short, as a candidate
at the ensuing election, for the office
of County Connissioner for the 1st
District, embracing the townships of
Oskaloosa. Kentucky, and Sareoxte.
Lett. Wjuirui is a candidate for the
office of Co. Commissioner for the Sd
Dist. including the townships of Grass
hopper Falls and Jefferson, at the No
vember election.
Hxsrt B. Wiixt. (a soldier wound
ed in th battle of Springfield. Mo., and
not able to perform hard labor) is a
candidate for the office of County As
sessor of Jefferson County, at the com
ing "November election,
Dr. A. P. Skrct is a candidate for
the office of Register of Deeds of Jeff
erson county, at tbe November elec
tion. Ncwkl Colbt is a candidate for the
office of County Assessor of Jefferson
county at the coming election in No
vember We are authorized to announee W.
lature from the 19ih Representative
District at the November election.
'Wiluam A.-Cot is a candidate for
tbe office of coanty Treasurer of Jef-.
ferson Coaaty at the ensuing Novem
ber election.
Lewis J. Taowsa is a candidate for
the office of Register of Deeds for Jeff
erson county at (he general election in
November.
HoaAOC 6!i is a candidate for re
election to the office of Sheriff of Jeffer
son county at the coming November
election.
John W. Dat is a candidate for the
office of Probate Judge of Jefferson
county (to fill a vacancy) at tbe No
vember election.
Tanar CaiTOfimiD is a candidate
for re-election to tbe office of County
Clerk of Jefferson coaaty at the Nb:
vember election.
Professional Cards;
HENRY KEElipB,
Attorney at Law,'
OSgAUDOSA. m "
Office with the Clerk of the District ConrL
William coarox.
WM . GORDON 4 BRO..
jonx
.i om:o.
Wholesale" and RetSl Dealers in
Groceries and
Provisions,
No. 38 Shawnee, Street,
LIAVENWOMl, KANSAS
rjCPCash Paid for all kinds of
Country Produce.
-oo-
OEO. A. MOOUC.
GKO. B. DUBOIS. '
' MOORE k DUBOIS,
Delaware Street,, net 3d and 4hl sts.
LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS.
All operations in tlie line of our Pro
fession performed in a scientific
and saifactorj manner.
Rcrraby prrmi.inn to the followinr patrons:
tjov. Irtos Camkt, Hon. J. L. McDowell;
W M II. A7S0JC, JOITX YVlLSOX
1 ly
o. n WORSE.
crr j b Join sot.
MOUSE & JOHNSOJf,
Attorneys & Couscllers at Law,
RE1L ESTATE.BODXTr & PESSIOS 4CTS
Will practice ia Jefferson anil i!initiinr rnnn.
fic, a!a in the Supri me Co-irt SpwiaTnitrn
tiim given Id the collfction of (Olilirra' claim
against tbe Government, hy J. B. John on. lalo
of Sh'-rmnn'fi Army, whnar long rxrcmnc its
an officer affirdihim the best lan'iiKM for
prompt collections. ;fW-3m
W.X ALIXtf.
j. c ToenLca.
ALLEN&IOUTSLER,
Attorarjs & Cqaflsoljor.s at Law
Real Estate iColleeliig igents
OSKALOOSA. KAN.
no
WMI Practice in Jifflnon and thf Ailjuininjr
v; antic. -jia tt
TROWBRIDGE & liOBINSON.
38999a
T.i Delaware Vrcei.
LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS.
Manr ofnarpalronsat a diftsner finJ it dijfi
cult to go to Ltarenwotth: hence we have con
cludrd. to Tiiit
OSKALOOSA
As often at butinrrs mar require.
Wo Guarantee l DentU'rr done hy ca to b
VnmyrxT awd-Satiskactorv.--
: iTT'Cliarce.slReasDnable.
l--'Jl f
26i tr
SiTH8S, f. FEKLII5,
ATORNEY.AT-LAW,
Will practice in tti Courts of JciTerroa
County.
KANSAS BOOrC-BINDERY,
01 Third Street, below Beliwtre,
LEAVENWORTH, - - - KANSAS
TVRAKE BROTliERS having pur-
J chasel the ab- be well known e-liMisment
re prepare'' to exrcitn nil nriler for Binding
I'romptly and in a.Scrtaioa Maxneb,
llwords, Tax-Uolls, and ev
ery Description of Books for
County Officers,
MADE I.N- TUr BUT iXXlX, rKI.STCD BEADS &C.
AIo,
BLANK BOOKS
Of aajsicand quality. Mocxin's. Music and
other wo-k put tip in any binding rrqu'red.
!. a- 1 1: -toon.
Th Pxacvua Siacr snpplien the Blood with
tta Life Elkhkst. IKON. infuins Strength,
Vior, Bii-I New Life into thiJ whole system.
For Dy.pepsu, Dropsy, Chronic Dianheea. Do
bilitv. Female Weakness, &c. it ia a rpecific
Kf-ThousioJa have been changed by tlia usef
this medicine from wk, sickly, sutiering crei
tnres, to strong, healthy nnd happy men and wo
men. A 32 paste pimphlet sent Fa ax.
Price t t0 per battle, or for ti 00.
J P. DINSMOKE, 36 Dry St., NVw York.
Sold by Droggists generally. 53 Jm,
A CARS T0 THE MlFrEKINU.
DO YOL' W1SB TO EI CLSED T If BO, swal
low two or three hogsheads of -liuebu, 'Ton
ic Biters,' 'Ssrsapunlla, Nerrn Antidotes,'
&c &c. and fter you are sntisfii d with th re
aulu then try una box or OLD DOCTOR kTJCQ
AN ENGLISH SPECIFIC PILLS -ad be
restored to health and vigor in loss ibuu 30 Uys".
Thy are purely vegetable, pleasant lo take,
prompt sad salutary tu tbfireneeta on the broken
down and shatwa cnnsiitution. Da. BccBAa's
EsflLbB Srsctric PlLU cure in less than 30
dsya, the worst cists of Naavocsxiot, Iiupo
leney. Premature Decayeminal Wcuknen. In
iir. and all Urinarr. Sexual, and Kervou
A Sections, n matter from whatetufe prodnctd.
Pnee One Dollar per box Sent, pb.ipatd, by
mail, on receipt ol on o-aer. AUiirr.
' JAMES S. BUTLER.
No 439 Broadway Sew York General Asent.
P. rj, A box sent to any address on receipt of
price which ia Oae Dollsr-rpi-M Irce. l& A
descrnive Circular sent on applicitjon.
&A&1&3'
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p
S. A. STERN,
WHOLESALE AND
MliMffilllY M
'Straw Goods Flowers Ribbons
Trimmings, Embroideries, Hair Nets, Head Dresses,
HOSIERY, $LV!, SKIRTS, SATCHELS, NOTIONS,
Silk and Lace Jilantillas,
Parasols, San Umbrellas, Willow Ware, Baskets &c. &c,
No. 63 Delaware St.,
2 ly
xH
G. Il.eCARSON
m
DRY GOODS,
i&&M
ip
BOOTS & SHOES, HATS & GAPS,
GROCERIES, Motions,
ALL THE POPULAR
PATENT MEDICINES OF THE DAY,
SCHOOL BOOKS,
Tliankful for the patronage
and customers nroncrallv. and
crcaso of the same, we shall endeavor to keep a
Full Stock of Goods in Our Line,
Which we arc determined to sell at all times as
Reasonable and Cheap
as the same can he purchased any whero in the country. Our mot-
to is "QU'iOK .$ ALD& AW) SMALL PROFiTS-"
239if CARSON & BROTHER.
Stoves! Tinware MyiLS0iV& HASTINGS
u Wboli sale and Retail Dealer in
The Best nnd the Cheapest!! foreign and domestic
(Lite f r.mi:rk.) ;juuw "- -J4J,Jy
No. 33 DELAWARE STI5EET.'
Leaven worllij Kansas,
HAVK constantly on hnnd an-i for tale at,
Wholesale and Retail. ta Urgest as.trt
men to b- loun.l in tbo West of
TINWARE AND STOVES, i
follow Ware. Japanned, Pressed and
French Ware, Brass and Enameled
kettles, etc., etc.; -
Tin Plate ail Tinicr's Goods.
o
Ue are sole agents for the
Celebrated Stewart Stove?,
tha Ik ft Stcvo ever ma'e.
i.. ..i i... ... ru.... ri...t. n.lr Plvm
oiith Unck. and u grrat vriet of "therCookiti!;
and Heaiini; Sluvca of the latest nd Iwt I'jt-
. -l?t . -.fll . It & mi ww at a tm osi .
II B 1UHU Cril Mt UIIllV( UU.MU w.n. ' J '- I
tern;. iiicii wb win eeu at 11 c mi i..o.,
We put up on f'hort notice, CO PPER & IE0N
LIGHTNING RODS.
liEACfl & DAY'S PATENT
Sorghum Evaporator?,
The cheapest and mo t rapii Erapora'or ewer
inveul"il.
Our Tn Wnrc is manufactured of the bejt
maieriil. in our wn hnn, and wsmntrd.
Country Dc ties will find it to their interest
in viamiitp our exten-ivc Stivk. OurDriccs will
defy coniptition. Remitober the number, 33
DoNtrare street.
VARNEYfMYEKS&CO.
3m-257
VALUABLE RECEIPTS.
Edit-rtf The Jndeptndtnt:
jour papir, thatl will rend, by rtturn mail. M
all who wish il (free) a Itecipe. with full ihrco- j
tinnT for makjnp and uain5 .simnk VeCeub!e
iJ-ltn that will efilually remove, in ten days,
UEAk MR: 1 Wlll 10 fay io uic rcaucrs oi i
Pitnnlni. Itlotrhe. Tan. Freckles, and all Impu
rltiea of the Skin, leaving the aartte solt, clear,
noioot'T and Ueauiiful.
I will also mail free to those hawing Bald Heads
or Bare Faces, simple directions and information
lhat will enable thrm to 6tart a full eroth of
Luxuriant Hair. Whiakew, or a Moustache, in
less than thirty day. ,.,,..,. .
'1 htse receipts are Tamable to both old a no
oung. and s they re mailed to all who ceed
them frrc of charge, they arc worthy the attcntiou
ol alt who prir- a eleir, ure skin, or a huali)
trowth if luxuriant hir.
All aiiplicationa answered bw return mail with
out charge. THOS. F. CHAPMAN, Chemist,
afrj.fw Ml Ilroadwajr.Ncw York.
S OFFERERS witbCONSUMPTIOM Asthma.
Rrnnrhittii. oi ativ difcafe of the Throat or
Lures, will be cheerlully furnished, without
charge, with tltc remedy Vy ,hP u ' "hich the
lk.v F.iiwmH A.WilsOh. of Williamab'iri.Ne
York, was complc'iely rwtored to health, after
huvins suffered several yenr wiih that dreart dis
e ', Consomption. To Consumptive utTerers
this remedy i worth an imojediato trial It will
CiSt unlhlm. ana may oo iuo means ui vtrv vi
feet restoration. Thoe desirinis the same will
pi. a: .dJrcsa Rkv EDWARD A. WIISOX.
1C5 8uth Second St., Waiiamsbuxg, King Co.,
2J9 ow New Terk.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21.865.
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RETAIL DEALER IN
FMfOf
S-GOBS,
Leavenworth, Kansas, .
J. ! CARSON.
au ra
STATIONERY;
kc.
ETC.
hcrotaforo given us by our friends
hoDtnir for a continuation and in-
MMKC. STCUL, XAIL,
taHEMW!. SAWS.
Corn Mills, Flows. Cultivators,
SUM PACKISG, BELTISG, Arc.
AMERICAN k FOREIGN
& J , -J'
.paini;g & Gardening Implements
of a!, kinds- gojB Agenls for tbe Celebrated
nmn I A DIi n W
rr'.,tfi(.sN !rBiWri
The Best Known for the Prairies.
Our Stock is Full & Complete,
JXJSJJ OUJjJJ JUUn f CA ldoxf.
.
W 11 .1 Lvvk aVva L wigAl am am a
..-. -. . - . w . w. . W
tsil nnu juhiiuu iui iuuikoc,
No. 23 Delaware atrtetitwo doora Est of 2d at.
LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS.
mar 20. '63 135-ly
New York nnd Philadelphia
o
THE Suljsctibcrw hiwnc formed a connection
with iMews. Wood! I'tmor.of Philadelphia
J uniitr the nboro title, are prepirtd hi furtiieh ev
ery Ucjcriptioii of
I ORNAMENTAL IRON WORK,
i Cast, Wrought and Wire Railing',
roa inclosing
ICUClCrV LOl-, UWClIUlgF,
"
PUBLIC !QU ICES Ac..
fpa-,iai. firCBlar & Strai'ht StlfrS.
DOORS, WINDOW GUARDS.
STABLE FIXTURES.
FOUNTAINS, VASES, &C
Also, bavins pnrebased si the late arm of
Huichinxin & Wicierstiain, CaaaJ Street, their
nil re Hock ot
Bedsteads, Cradles, Furniture &e.
they now oflf-r to tho public, at their Warnhotue
TItC aiOST EXTENSIVE STOCK OF
Ornamental Iron Goods -
to ba feund in the United State. Thev hsve al
s purctuml of the A. t . lc Kailiso LO.
the patent tiht and taachiiiery for nuking
Wire Hailing, Farm Fence,
WINDOW GUARDS,
X3-3CS.SB.'3CawriaVrGa ScflC3a9
anil will continue the ExcLUIITK Manulaclure
of the aauic at their W orkar
CHASE & CO.
2J8 3ra 524 Drodwat, Nw York,
OrdarantaybeaentthroBglitif AjohoakAd-I
Ttsl6 Aoixct, 35 broadway, V V. t
Look Here !
A KEY
THE HndeRijfned having quit the Saboa bu-
I i
sines baa opened a new
.' - V
J-
FAMILY GROCERY
Ob Delaware street, Oakatoata, where fie will
keep coastantlr on hand the best assert neat of
articles in his lice to be hl in the Market, coa
da'jit, in part, of f f
Flour, Buckwheat Flour, Corn Meal,
Potatoes, Meat j Butter, Egjrv Dried
Fruits of all kinda, Canned Fruibro
every sort, Green Peas, Greer. Corn,
Corn Starch, Fiah, and a full variety
of
Provisions of all Kinds ;
Tea, Coffee, Sugar, Salt, Spices, So
da, Saleratus, Candles, Soap, Tobac
co; Cigars, etc., and all the needful
articles in this Iine'nf trade to supply,
The Wants of Families,
All for sale at ths
- - ftOWIS BANS
Thai gan he afforded.
Determiaed to try to merit it, I hope to receive
a liberal share of ptronaie'frnm ihe public,
Store ltoom on the ensti! of Delaw lie street,
first building aorta of Mr. 1. C. Maiia Black
smith fchtp. Remember te place ani
.Call and bxatnine my btock.
J. B. flAZEN
- Oskaloosa, March 3 18'J5,
rwtf
LEAK, SMITH & CO.,
or tub
LEAVENWORTH
REGULATOR,
Corner of Delawnre and Ftirth Streeu.
(LAIXG-S HALL Bt'ILDlKG)
LEAVENWORTH, KAN.,
Are now (fiering for sale the largest and be
selected .ssortinent of
SPRING & SUMMER
Itftt ft 0 OU3
Eer bronelit west of tbe Mississippi river, cob
sistir g of all the Staples of the trade, aaca as
Brown nnd Bleached Mucins,
PriuUJ.Ginphams, Ticks,
Striped Check, Denims,
Stainets, Tweeds, Casimeres, etc.
Abo, the ficent anortaeBt of
Fall & Winter Dreis Gotds
Of
iii The City, ard a full and completa stock of
Balmotal and Hnop Skirts,
Gloves, Hosiery and Trimmings,
Laces, Yankee Notions, dec. &c.
Ladies, Misses & Children's Shoes, j
Carpets, Oil Cloths, Window Shades
Mattings, Rugs, etc., etc.,
AH of which we guarantee to sell at as I.O'A
PRICES as tbey can be had anywhere.
Call and eo as.
Laign's N. w I5!ock,N .1W Dol
awaro S:n'et.
lhak, sinrn a co.
215 tf.
ITCH t ITCH ITCH !
o
S-rathr Scrateh! Senieb;
WHEAT0"H"0!NTHENT
Will cura tho Itch in -4 S hour
A It cure tSo Prairie Iteh.i
u abash f-cratchr. Salt
ilhemn. Plcer', Chilblains,
jcdal! Krnpiioi5o( tbe Skin.
I'ri v 50 Cents. ,
How 3-c of lotions and VTash
e. which will nrt'remnvR ihn
disease, ny eudiug fin csDts to Collisb Dao'a.
f Agents fur the S-uth-WcsU S. W. Cor. 2d
Vine Sts ., St. Louis. M.., it will be forwarded by
mail, free of Postage, to any part of tbecoantry.
tt xria Sc PoiTEJt, Roiton, Slaw.. Proprietors
umm
GROCERIES,
AND
AGRICULTURAL
IMPLEMENTS
t
GRAJJT & PREST,
Wholeenle nml Retail Dealers in
Scctk, Groceries
Implements.
i o
Keep constantly oe haatta lasgerBafily of Gar
den. Field and Flower Seed, firacaris. Cigars.
Abo. MrCoriuta's. W. A. Wood's k Dubh.rd'a
REirotSAND MOWERS,
H. A. Pitu Co's Celebrated
Threshing Machines,
UrownV Corn Flir.tcM. Fri- aaci Brad'ej'a
S alkry CultiTatora. Sulkey Hay Rakes. Caw
Plows and Colli vnr. Pioris. Ft. M'i,SBd
.Clipper Plows. Also, l.trje taiiety of
r
ShovcU3 Hops, Forks ctrw etc
Thanlifiil fi rwst favonijwe Loyo.to nnit n&
receive a liberal parronnge in tl t' hl'ure, auit in
vite tbe publfc generally to examine oar atik,
feelincenntTiient we shall be "tile to sell these
go:d Jower than an house in'the Weal -'
Ran ember the pl'CC,
Jo. 141 bbwoe-i bt., LIAVERWOITH
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Richards t-mMtman
m fnT- Sis AardiA
Ilave now oa ImL at V&cs to suit the Uasaa. a
Full Strck'if BARDWABE,
Sailed to the waats of ererj- esasjiwikwjr.
Blacksmiths & Wagon-Makers "
will iad a lirgc .ami CoBspbteJUsaetaaiSK o
IRON ND.STEEU e
TU, Snttr -Bvtm Hlomi
WSHi JsBM, vJlaaMn, xffUaWi-'
rwrilfc, i.xlef 9atai f
Y L . 3 -ittf
M1LLLMSX CAN 11
CireulaftShMb,
Gun Belting and Packing. PaHBfa.
LEAD PIPE. ROPE. CHAINS,?.
You and oftert w'tHarwnyjT Sa3 Xkrga Stack "I
Axe, HatchetsPorket'sneTT TafcU
Cutlery,'Locks, Butts; Hkiges,
Spader, Shove)?,- Sad Irems;
&nwsPIane?..ScrewTi-!;
Jlron and JVailr' C
Agricultural Implements, 'Fafwinir
and-Gardening'Tooli of AH Kindc
, AIssieAgfBis,rortkeijCeWaal
Moiro;
FAirANKiSCAyES
Buckeye Foweri.Jc Reaperi,
SWEEPSTAKE TIIESIIlBc.
ALL OUR (iOODS SOLI) LOW1 FOR CASH.
CALL U-MBt SEE, AT..THE
Ctr. of 3d' at id. Ilclaware ;$($.,
LEA.NWORTH CITY.
5 L-l "
TH0.M PSON." EAM ES fcROW-
Importers &Dealera i'
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X& JaaCX SVwBw
GLASS, QUEENS
Brittania and Platet!
WIBIJ.
, ir i an w
TABLE cirniEfil.
TRAYS, LOOKING GLASSES
COAL OIL LAMPS, tc.
IVo. tin DcIaAvaro Jitrcct.
LEAVENWORTH' Kt.
la0.i" - (iI ,Di . ,
' ij.-.itnar
CLOTBQNG-!
CLOTHING
j-OR,
Just Roceiw-ed, Uinict from
NewYork, at
WOOLLEY'S
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THE BtJlJiETJK
mm iiNDsiT
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:MANDFAnX)RY
(0p-;i e the Pitnfm Hone l'
WB Ivvc ct k1t?hilx i C3nnti:ri"nith he
BrtW.Tit'JfB lrr!-'r50'Urh-ic one ol
tbe beet Hindu . mwr-ni N-wYorkta'T. an I
solicit ibe pat -iiajjc nl jrir,!j!.Tiiiy, aiiric -n nr
line. We shall il-T e tf'eil it' line., i-r the
uaaofactBTe of - .'j.j "3
BLANK BtOKS FOR COOTIES
DISTRICT COURT BOOKS, '.
CODSTT TREASTJSEaB' BOOK'S.
RECORDS, RKGI3TBR3, TAX BOF:
And a!I kln-?s of .
BOOKS OF PUBLIC MXO.R.tK
Man a facta red from the bast nfMmfc, afcd sii Aa
biijlwif stylo, of tbe art.
MERCANTTLrTBOOO,
We invite the attention ot Merchants, laak
er. ManaJey-rutars. Hotel Saarnravi 4c., toaar
facilitMs fir ihe utanufactats o( iha ItotkMa
of Ledger. JeirrealaJ Day 1 s tirw fc lteefca,
ShiMMeg Baaaipts. Sahx fcVeks,' UelBagiaaetK
Lawjar." Doeketa. ,c3r:
M AG AzTr7EBTNDING !
UaraerV. Tba Ailan'v. (in ey;lbaroe, Aj.
thur'a. Xdie Kiiitorv, Fraj;k Leslie, Harp
er's Waekly. Fictonal Hi:6tt of tha War. aa
all other Mapaiirwa. boand- i "yiaiA:r Fsncr
Bindinc. at the LOWES r :tJCE&.
' BiadlBj;cf al kiVls'orki ktylea Paper. CJ4
Sfaeea. Iiw Style. Meree; Parkay -N oaaa.
and Morucco Antique, ilone on eaonert mitjoa.
loliEf ef All Xiafc fim Jtonftij.
. HJ.B We etapluy r.oor bat Srl c a wark
raen. and are prpr.I lognnriatm cr-y jebef
wok) et oat. UrdVs t aveerfalW aalHiad.
Addreaa:
BULLirriK. cb..
LEAVENWORTH. KAJMUS.
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