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The independent. [volume] (Oskaloosa, Kan.) 1860-1874, October 21, 1865, Image 4

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GAME.
CAT AXI) MOt'SK.
.u ilil'his is a French spo'i t. The toy'!
WithiAvhich U is played consists of
two flat pieces of wood, the edges
of.one ot which are notched. The-.
game'is played by two oidx: they
re both blindfolded, anil tiW to the
tentte.of a longstiing, which is f:t$t-
tEflr.0ed injhe centre of a post, by a
' loose knot, so as to play easily in
the evolutions made by the playeri.
The irty who plays the mouse oc-
.casionally scrapes the toys together,
? and the other, who plays thecal at-
Stracted by the sound, endeavors to
catch him.
' r, i No Boy Wiioixv Bad. "I can't
be good, and I won't try." So said
. boy. the other day. He is an ac
tive, bright boy,fulfof fun, and near
ly, but not quite, half full of mis-,
.chief. He is kind hearted, loves ap-:-'
if probation, and from the bottom of
his hea it would like to deserve to
be called a good boy. He is sensi
tive to the opinions of others, and
when lorahe fun of the thing, or
carelessly.he has committed an error
X and been reproved for ij, his mind
dwells,upon the reproof so much
uISfhat'Ke has-come to think that about
,H he does worthy of notice is had.
,JA great mistake this and likely Us
i . lead to bad consequences. No one
iSjin a more hopeles condition than
ha "who has lost confidence in him
, jvelf. Perhaps, reader, on may be
In a similar state of mind. Your
parents and teachers may be &o
constantly oppressed with labor and
;care that they may not have the
' time or discretion, to do mote than
tell you of your wrong deed. But
don't getdicouraged. We have
known, many hundreds of boys and
?girls, in the Sabbath School and
elsewhere, and some of them were
J jfcalled bad by almost everybody.
- uui-we never yei Knew one wno
'ted oof many more gninf traits than
he had bad ones. It is so with you.
Remember this and think1 more of
;your good feelings and impulses,
- and then you will cherish these, and
"Tthey.will increase.andgrow. Pray
ldon't fall into, or remain in that fa
J'tal error that you are all bad, and
'that therefore there is no use trying
Ao be "ood.
' oth IllI'straTiun Birr a Good
. .' Oxe. Two' painters were on, high
scaffold, in a magnificent Cathedral,
Torescoring the wall. The maNter
artist had executed a sketch so beau
TtifuilJMhat he was completely dim
med with it, and while uazin" upon
it he insensibly walked backward to
V ;lbjVery edge of the scaffold. Hi-
P& jjSjwrade saw hjs danger; but feared
&S& ttoirifce hold of hinVor even to speak,
lest he should start him back to
certain destruction, tie had tlit
Trcseqqitof mind to dash the wet
rb'rush inhis hand against the en (lan
ding picture."' The ai tisl sprang lor
ward, and was in great rage, until
he was informed of his narrow es
cape. Just so we gel a bribed
;" with Spine object of our affections,
"and step backward iiom our tipwutd
pathway, unconctous of our peril:
then a, kind ,Providence.jashes out
nh beaujiltil image, toawtikeinisMo
a sense of our dancer, finis it it
y -that our Dearest frieudsfor.our moat.
cnerixoea.eanniy posseision, tuose
ve are loving too well, are often ta
ken awav in tnercv.
v - j-.;.
"" Shaix 1 Lkakn to Daxck. Cer--7-Hainly,
by all means. Commence
f With the Quickstepn out of bed in
the morning, and keep it up until
, "lite "chores' are finished. The boy
will of course have a "cow-diill""at
the bam, while the giil are engag
din a ''corjiTRV-danre" in the kit
chen. Afterthis.all hands "cljange,"
and promenade to school, keeping
time to the music of merry laughter.
., Repeat, the same on the way "home
at night, with an occasional vaiia
jtion in W'mlerji "ttippijig the toe"
- and having a '"'break-dowtl' in a
jnnw banls. A retl! ,now and
then will be quite in place for the
girls who have learned to spin, but
the boys should never think of it.
If these'and'kindrtd dances are thor
oughly practiced, they will leave lit
tle time and no necessity for the pel-o-JMefSchottHchef.-and
other iinmoil
C4st fooleries of the 'ball-Too.n.
tc . - Cvaiors Ciiaxce op IVaxes. A
iowi Sc&'tcKman named. Fbykkstcix,
it vs.e tiled among" wine, Germans1 in
Westeni.iNW Yik. They trans.
. 3irilt5d,hi!itam injoEEtSKirTEiK.
V. -iOahU rrtu-it to an English neigh-
i. - -tdirlitio.!. iTt n-vv rinmniiilanre- di-
covered that Fki'ekstein tnGerman,
meant Fumt (Pretcne)" in English,
'!-J Hud tlnu transiatinj it,.lin descend'
nts .ire called Flint to thWdav. A
"?- frandson Temoved to a French
"' eettlement where they called him
in French Piekre, a rtjiiii, and his
son. removing .again, was re-named
WEaklWir Peter Flint.
Children should he well cared for
til all seasons of the year, yetin
:WTntr we think 'if well' to -'iCT
TVxm !Mdh,
S3 ,ijj??L
M. A. BCSX.
w. j. Tiiovrsoa
:Wm R0SE0& CO.,
15 Delaware, Street, ,
LEAVENWORTH,
g " r t ;
"Wholesale.and Retail Dealers in
Books, Stationery, Envelopes,
PAPER, AND SCHOOL BOOKS
OF ALL KIKDS C8ED iS TnE STATE.
Music B.?oks &, Sheet Musicj
BUM BtfOKS, WALL PAPER,
Flatonp, Foolscap, Lrgalcap,
LETTER AND NOTE PAPERS,
PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS;
Pi Jura and Frujrut, Curtains and Fiituret.
We would call the particular attention of Mer
chants and Printers loVwrcxtcntivesfck, w Inch
embrace? marly ccry article usually kept in
Book nnd Stationery House. Our fjcilinra or
Hiipphinz the Ira in are unearpB.-d. ORDERS
BY MAHVPRO.MPTl.Y ATTENDED TO.
(kkkerin- & Son's
HAWO
W. A. ROSE & CO.,
Have the Agency for the Sale of these
and other Pianos.
Evwjr PiaHo Folly Warranted!
Also Agents for the eelt-bratcd Grow A. linker
Sewing: Machines
Fur the State ot Kan.' 155-tf "
DR. T. B. TALBOT'S
Medicated Concentrated
Pineapple Cider.
Thr pro rictor his"Jnwn lor a long time liu
VLty bentlieial reuHs ariEV'j; from the ae of tin
valuable rnjcJy, nnd has b.cn jnduccd io plicn
it More the iiiWic lor tlielxnt'iituf ulttr nglm
uiauily. It will inctcist- the strength, gie vij
or and nc lou t' the RV'-em,3iid rtgalato diges
tion Taken internally tor pains of all kind-,
us -ootliim and qnieuuz etlect i astonishing.
i-lr. Wilcox, nn imment ptiysiaa i, employed
It wttu ga"Hi ouccos in ncaung rer, Lvptp.
Nerou AlR'ctii-ns. Wenkncss. Disease ot the
llert Stoinicii aad Bowel. Dtl'cate Fimaler
wt'l find it an tjcrellt-ut rttuy for .-11 their dt-
prrss ngailuicnt. iinccruils to rrliPVe erv
oua rrcinor'.jWakp'ulness. etc Ladie haw
u--d ihii(,'tic!" with grmt rucctss to hvigliten
ihcircoior and behuiy. it imp irn ciitcr.ninc-"
to ihed toiojiiioii. A brilliniKV to the comirirxion.
To tratelirs it -s of ine-liniable a!ue.lier; the
Water i likeh to vary in quality nnd tendency.
I'erjon? i" any part of the couniry may adopt
it witlithc utinnst conuJence a a umeiy. cmca
e.ous restorative.
' DIRCGTIOSS FOR USE.
To PacvixT Sice rss. To a tumbler of ol J
water addene tea spoon full r Mch ated fine
annle Cid-r. and drii k iho first thing after yon
rise in ih noinlac. and the same bcJore you re
nrv fit uii'hL." It will tone ud tl e s em. "An
.UhC ot prtv-niion i worth a pound of cure."
and ibe expejjence ot zo icars prues me i uira'
pvtif ihr I'inca'ui'le Cider in wrdtni! oifdi-ras
is. For this purpose, oue lioitle wll list nyear.
and 3 may thus saien aoctors ran. unxieiy
ii-h vnln-ilil lime, and m n life ilttlf.
BlLt-totrs 'Cnottc 'I'nVe 4 tahle-spron fall
if ti e Cidir added to as much water every in
minaies; if vcH relieved ntn r three i!om, nujn.
jcil.m i f waon water nn 10Hlrpsol UlUerwiii
etle't a Fpewiy cure, nine pjucm is u.vriu'ii
ns cold water U riiijeciion,4ilhCidrnsbovr.
UlARanEA. Fora viidnt a:tack,take 2 'able
s.-KKin, fnilofCidercervlUminuti-siil'-ohtcki-d.
Soee Tuboat Put 10 drop of ths Cider in a
jint of eo'd ua'er, and use ha a gurgle; place
wit clolli afiur.u 'tie nccK wh- n ou reurc.
Coi'GllS . 1 table spoonful ol Cider to half a
pintot water; taLeonrcin two b iurs.
Dwpepsia 2 spoons full of Cidi r to a wine
glassful! ol water take lief ore em ing.
IJcbns. 10 drojx Cider in 1 quart cold water
saturate cloth and npi ly to burn, c'itnoas often
as it becomes Warm; will relieve in five minute
Keep it wt with the pri-piiruti'Jii unlil w.ll.
ltuiuMiTDMi it'll! pint but water to a wine
g'jjtnt Cider, take every 15 minutes. Apply hot
wtt flannels to parts aliccwd. Speedy cuie urr.
l:EUl?i.s, (Vound. Traciurc, 1 tablespoon full
fCidtr to halt pm' cold wUT.iflnkMS times a
day, tin kteps buwelx rijtht. 10 drp tn piari
of cold water, with wlin.li keep th! wound th ir-
oughlt .laiurated; if there i levrr, add ice.
iiKAiMCHK, 2 table rpooii" lull ot Cidr to a
tumbler ol wat-r, take e-ry 30 minute.; if s ck
licadaclie.hall the Cider, A take tv ry 15 iipnuie
Chill-i ad Fsveo. -Winc-glas,tiill of Cidtr
to tun. bier ol quite warm wifr.tako as the chill
comesnn.or the Cider with tit wale e Vtry hall
hour nil chill nst-tes oif: w htn fui r conies 'on.
iffdrt'ps to balf pintcilJ w at' re cry half hoir.
Fever S30' oa-tC l.ai d a S.iecJy cure is eft" ded.
I'lLE!. To prevent, when co-tne. 10 oropi ol
Ciecr ion c'lt ot edd water. or if pnii'M Unai
unlly cold, ii'e wjrin water, inj-ct, ret in one
hour.it remedies the c iffictlty. 'lhe time irfat.
tnent w.ll tlfect a FLioly a i d f uiciire of Pile-
Cataekh. 10 drops Cider'to half pint colds
water; take some of the tnixtjre ill roui hand ami
-nuff it up your nose until it comas out ofihe
month. U: ihnrniiili with t e willing, in ordcrtu
reach the affected pails. Cure lertaln.
rKiEKg.ofi.iiy kii'd, lOdtOiaCider toaquait
of cold water, iced if handy: raiurate a rlolhnnd
apply to pane affected, also 5 drojis in a tumbler
ot cold water and drink vl ry ten minu'.ej. The
lev r w ill soi'ii be remoMd.
Cuolic DiSESTtBT. 2 uVe-poons full of Ci
dr eviry mi miiiuue; 10 drops t a on irt ot
cold Wier, tnd mK-ct hall n pint every Jo iinn-
uiir. l iiu will so in ba nil rixnt. . '
Disti-beki Strtr. 1 ub'e fpo-.u full of Ciiler
to tumbler id rold water, driidt luturc retiring
and repeal on rfsins in ttie iiKirmngr
To UiiOHiKK Colob and Oeaatv . L-idiis tako
one uble ooii full of the Qider 3 times a d ) .
FwrKEBLtu Tioestios and Want of petiu,
1 tab'e rpoou full in a tumbler of cold water lat
thine before retiring anww ri-ing in morning.
ifcBOruLA, or 'Kinu'a Evil,' i ti!u spooni lul'
ofCidirin a lumb'erof coldw.Ur3 iimc a day.
al. oh lisms in morning and rtiiiim' at nii;ht.
TBAVkLtBS, by tak'n! a cwall.w of ihe Cider
will counteract biJtfTcls f rlianc: ot water.
Tue Mine wdl prevent car or b at sicknr.
WAEtrouttaa, 4 table sponni full ot Ci.lcr in
a tumbler of cold waterun re irinz.cfTect magiral
WkaskeSs, 1 table spoon full ot tho Cider to a
tumbler oi wjter. and orintt smioi'-s a day.
oua Stomach, 2 tabli- spoons full to a pintnf
cold wafer, drink nil nt once, andrelul follow f.
SlCX HoB B. T. IJjbbitt.ol Sew Vnrk,liiil
a very tick bone which waf. cared in leu mint) les
by a pint of the Pineapple Cider.
Teeth and Bbeatb. For cfeuniosr the Teeth
Bdmirfyine.liie llr.eih.nw DrjT. BTalbott'n
Mdieateo-Pincapp'e"Cider.-r- .
rSTFnll Dirc:ti..n-accinpany enh bonis:
All Old ra should lscai!dree-cil to .
II. T. 1IABMTT, olo genl,
1 i?.r: to 74TTathinglon'itrert,'Jcw Ymk. "
For (.leby Urussiat, Qroctrsond SMrchtep
veir "0nilly thriughout tlieoiuntry.f
l'i icn C'3 per bjlUe.cuntfiuiaj one que it.
4- " "r-vpint,.,,
I ' " twit pkt.
One Qcart bottle, two Fii.t botit! , p-Jour Half
Pi-it b tiles, unt fiec b xspres on Vcccipt vl
TO DRIINKAUD.
Old Pe, Clcbax'b Drcxkabd'b CiBEpcrma
ncntly etidicates ih; tante lorrtrorg drink, and
cares the wor-t ca-s of draalcrnnrss Id Ics than
cuht weeks. Thousand-i olre'onBed inetirintea
now b'es the day ihev were fortunate ciioukIi to
c mnvnee the uc-f tjiisjnost vJuiblerrincdy.
f 2 tt package. Ua'led to snv addrf on recciot
ofanor0tr,by JAMES a BUl'LF.R,
425 Broadway. New Y-ik.
2CC 8.v
Sole Agi-njfsr lit U.S.
Jk4EEri"SVLVAWA- QR
" i r
CENTRAL
vc
Rail Road.
DOUBLE TRACK ROUTE FROM
Piltburgli !o Philadelphia !
. DO .?."'
27R0M 11 pinions ol the We-t. Nqrt-
.-' ml-outh-WcBt. ihiline J-d its conccc-
tmns firm litherthe shcrictor the best routelo
PhilndLlpbU, Nev.' Yotk. Boston, ISaltini'ire anil
V'asliihgion. Thearaveler may w itli confidecce
rely upon sure connections hich rpeed with per
fect safety, and every appliance for comfort that
can bo procured. New anJTelegant paiscnger
cnr, for day and night wrvicc.havr recently been
.idded to theenuipment ai the Pa Cciil'I It. It.
AAt l'ittl urcli, train? Irom the West run dirrct
to thi Union Depot, where pifscng" rsaic trnrW
ferreil to tin-Trams of the i'eno. Central UU..
whicli leave Pittsburg und arrive at other points
as t Hows :
Dat ExrBESS I-crvcsritt'byrqnt 2 50 a M.
stoppmcat prinripil sta'i -ns Arnc at Altio
m at 50 a. m,. Tyrone 8 44 a it., Bcllefonte
1032 A M., Ick Haven 12 50 p M.,1 Horrisbiirgt
1,10 r at., ttiltimorej 5P M . ' York na
Ailniiwn.l0 20, r M.. Phtlmlrlphiit 5 35r.M,
ard New Yrk vi.i Philadelphia 10 27 r M.
MAIL UNC-Leave Put.-hunr ut 5,50 A.M.
trpat Principil Sfili-in. leaves Alionraf
at 11.45, A ji ; Uarrisburff at C 00. r. m. arrijing
at Philadelhin nt 1 120 P.M., and New WU,
vi Phila lelpliia, 10.271 . JI.
riTTSrCKOH AMI Ubie MaiL. Leavrs ru'b,
ntlOr.jt Btuprini: nt i early all ?t ilion, A -nei
at AI oonat, at 7.2), p v . Hirri-burg 1,25
A. M.. and Pliilmlelp'.ii t C.40 A. M.
I'll t. iniiA IlrrEENsT Lriva Pilisburcli
at4.25r v , Moping only at Principal Stnlins
Arrives at LntrjtU at 0.10 r v , Altjona nt 1M5,
r. M . Ilarri-tnirg 2,30 a. H , Kiliimore 7,00, a
. New "i ork. ia Alleniown. 10 00 a.'M., Pin la
delp it. 7,05 a. M-Niw YorktviaPlula. 1200.M.
Pl EriNo'CuBarun tliro'on this train from Pitts
butsi.Biltiunre,Pliila. irdN V.vmAll.nt n
Fast I.tst I-cae Pitt-burgh at 9,30 P. M ,
-top'nii" iily at Pniicipal Minions, urines at
Almoin 2--.il a m . I!irri-mrjt 7,30. A-H Bat-,
limoret 12 20 r M New Vo;kt vi i Allentow n !
2l5r. V. P ltndelplua 12,50, r.SX,NwWkt
v'uPbil.5,l2p M.
Bnakfast. 1 Unncr. t Supper.
T Daily, all other traira Sutdajs e.xcfptcd.
. -CO
Tickds fir a!e to Bosk n by Boat or IWI.
Boat Tickei l.ood on anv of the Sound lares.
Fare to all point" as Low a& any Route.
oo
- SLKEP1NG CARS
OK NIGHT 1 BAINS TO
Philadelphia, Sew York and Baltimore.
Bnsgnse Check
hroiijih and Tratis-
ferred Free. -
freTghTts.
By this route Kr ijilus of nil de-cription can
ku 4...wa..l.l . l fr.,m I'lii.mlt InKin. New
York, Bo'on or Paltuuore, to and from any ft.ndor llreik, liKc lie smgl- sptini. and coii
pointonilieJUilroiidsol OIiij, Kentucky. Indi-1 gqu:iitly ptesio their perfect nd braun ul
ana. IllinK Wisconsin. low u cr .Mi'auun, m f aiiape uior 'than twice aa long is ny ngle
EAILBOAD DISICT.
'I h Peun Central Railroid also rnnnc.-.s at
Pittiunr with Steamers, by-which (5v(l-ican !
rorward'-d t. any port on the Obm, ,Miisippi,
Mi)uri, roav, nnd other wotcrn liver! and
it Cletelaii.l; SnnJu-ky and Chicago wild Jjiea
mere to a'l Ports on the North-Western Lake.
Me-chanis and s' ipix-rs entrusting tho traiw
"ponation of t'-eir freigiit to this Cutiipany, tan
rely with confidence on it- -reedy traiit
The Hates of Ft tight to and from
any pint in the Wt by the Pa Central It It.,
arc at all times a favorable as are charged by
other Kailroid Cumpamu.
Krlic pirt cular to mark packages 'via Pesr'a
CtSTBAL R. R '
Kor FreigliVC ntracls or Shipping I)ir-clion.
nmi'y In or a 'dTesstllher of the tolloMlMg Agents
lh- Company:
S. B. KliOaToS.Jr., Fnwht Ac-nt. Phdnda.
P. A FtewaEt, Fr-dsht Agf nt, Pituburgb.
ClaHst. &. Co., 'Irar.tdcr Agnu. Pittsburgh.
II. S Ubiwn A Co. Cincinnati. Ohio.
Mokeiieas &, Co , I.OIIt-Villi-, Kj.
H. V As. -"I lmit. Mi'souti.
C-.ArxECo Chicazit, III
H. C. .Meldrum. General Traveling Agent for
iliesrvuib nnd Went.
O-J
LIVE STOCK.
D'ovets an! Fiirmcrs will fn,d tlii" the tnot
ndvantafeou roe for Live Si ck Capacious-Var-j;,
well watered and ti plied wilh ev ry
eonvciiiciiC", hivn lice p-ned on thi ltn" and
itrrinnectinna and exrry iitlen n i paid to
their-wnls. w-lih ehi-ice 'of market Phil lel
pl'ia. New York or IJaltimorf1 and ia AIU n
ton n th- shortest, quickest and "'os' direct route
10 Nev York.
CNOCI1 l-EWF, Gen'l Suy't, AHo"na. Pi
I. Ii. ItUL'PT. fi-n- Ticket Aent I'll lad'a.
U. U. HOUSTON, GeirLFrtighi Ai,t.. Phih
The Iriilciiidcnt
(South side of Jefferson Street,)
1 t
flxkaloom, Jefferson, County, Kanias.
I -ft -xJ.
1f
'This Establishment is prepare.! to
EXECUTE NEATLYf
AXD W1TJ1 EXPEDlTlOy
Every Desciipliou of
JOB PRINTING
SCCU AA
t
ciMcviiAita, riiocKAMJir.,
FROf E8SI6N1L AND BESIKE 8
J.COAL AND C01IMEUCIAL BLVN
j i in. . . - . ,
, BILLHEADS, AAND-BICLS.
n " i V . j' Jiff
ICS-. T.C, 3c &3
i
o
,' Terais: Caab tt Dellvorj
JEF",Orders respeclfuHy solicited and
- t- .1. :
promptly-filled;
J. W. ROBERTS, Pioprii tor.
KWTtiNfi MACHINES
FOR
Families and Manufacturers
,9
Somethiig New and IiralHable for
TTTEofT-r the public the simplest, strongest.
T v ' and beat Knitting Machine lotme worm.
It occupies butjittle space ix pqttable and
can be ntiached to a stand or table weighs
about 40 lb-.
It will knit a v.nriitv of stitches tb break
ace ef needles is ttilltns the cost of'needles is
losenifioant. and the nwt delicate material can
be knit pure and Miotics, as the r.tedlcs are not
oil.,1. . r "i T .
Orders for Machines may be rent through the
American Adterlisilig Ageney.
3S9 Broadway, New York.
Send tor a Circulai Acfsts Wanted.
IIALTON KMTTINU MACHINE CO,
2C3-ly 517 Bioadway. New York.
nciAt AssocxcaxnT.'
' 1 'E T. AK1H0JTT & CO. 3'
Manufacturers of Photographic Uateriaia,
noujiu n mill,
S01 BHOADWAT, N. Y.
U M!ikm t e5 nils U.lnw. ef rilOTOGRArHIC Uk
TER1AUS, w ra I lonvton f Uw f oil .w Inf. tU :
'STEREOSCOPES ft STEREOSCOPIC VIEWS.
Of thtm w kr- an lmmnie Mnwtwm t, IncI adlaf War Vo,
AiMncaaaiid tewtf n Cltt mm4 l4icp , UrwmpySUmTj,
Icctc AlRarnilrfaStor(kicpa,farpuaUoririTati.
hibitloau Oar CftUlogM wilt b m-1 to nUrm on rcl,t
bu pHOIOORAPHIC AlBtTMS:
VTt mm ti tnt U InlroJiK. Urn Icto U United SUU.
fts4 w nuaabctM laaBM aiukUl MlB grvAt vmrl!, rmniC'
lo( l pric. fron J rallUIVllick 0r ALBUMS Ut, Um
irpauiwii wf Wu aapvrior U bMtT aad imhOity to
dwis. TWrwIlTktwatbr auil,tltEE.iienliirMfa.
t" FINE ALBUMS M tbi: TO ORCUi. JJ
CARD PHOTOGRAPH?.
0t CtUlfmt torn Mtbran tnr FIVt Tl IC CAN D dttV
ot talncu, t whtea aidli oaa an coartantty af aixia, af
I'octiaiuvf EaiiMtl Aaarrkma J--'t: alt
too Major4urala, 100 lit. Colwb, aW bUtfBntu,
JOO Bnj -i:aerals SM Olber Htm, ISO IMriaca,
tTJColoo.U, NaTT Offlccra, ltlAolkora.
Mttula, lStan, aornnilMBtw'eawa,
SftMCopUaaf W-Vaf Alt.
Iwladlaf npraiatUawa at Uw owl caiabralai Eafravlata.
raUtlafa, utaaa, ale Catalaiaaa Ml aa ratals! af Stamp.
Aa oraer far Ona Doata FtCTeaaa At aar Catalwcaa will M
0114 aaUaracalat rial si. aad uatk; Ball rmxa.
rbato rafra aad othara ordriaff Kooda I '. OL D.. wtl ataaaa
raniltwvnty Sap.rcaaLetth.aBaoaatarlta Uafr ardar.
tJT Tba f rkea ad qaalitj af aar (ooda caaaot aUl ta aatkty.
fictmiU. f LOO '
NEWKIRT FOR 1865-6.
The Cheat Isvistiox or tue Age ix
HDOP SKIRTS,
i.W IlltADLEY'S Nev I'lilcni Duplex
Uliplic (or double) .Spring Sirt.
This Inv-ntion coiims's of Duplex for two)
Etiitic Pure Utfiiied Mill fpringMnucnousty
Hiaidel 'I mhlly and Firmly lo- tlier, e-l;o to
edge, making the Tougbest.mo-i t'lrxil.le, Klas-
tic nd Durable Spring ever u'rd. They seldom
-iirmsr Skirt lliat cer Iias1ceii or can be madi
The woiulirlul tl 31 itity and grtat ri mlort
and tileauie 10 any I.ndv wearing the Duptx
Eliptical Skirt will be txt-criilicrd luituti arly
,11 ciowdtd aseicblles", ojieras, o.rrne9, (tail
rea I ears, church pews, arm chairs, fi r piomen
mle and houe dres-. as tho Skirt can be fo'ded
I when in ue 10 occupy a small p'ace a easily
anil com en lent y as a Sim or inntun ureea
A Udv having et.jod the plmure and grrnt
convenience ot wenrrg this Skirt tor a single
da) will necraltrvraMi' widingH dl-pene with
its ue. F r eluldrep, mi-ses and young ladies
ih-v nrcUertor in all iither.
Yhr Ho me rov.!r it w i lit 2 pty d uble twist
ed ihre d.and will wear twice aaloiif as lhe ?n
glo yarn covering which u?l on till "iimle
unci h'Hp kirt. The 3 Init'om od on tvry
SUirt are also double te.d, ur.d twiru or double
corer d 10 prut nt the. civcre ng Irom wearing
t'll the nid wl.en dragging dwn at iro.atnne
nep. Ac .Ac., which llity arc omstautly aubjccl
to wh n in use.
All ore made of the new and elegant Cordd
Tap.-., ami tri the best quality in every p irt.itit
In. to the w ar r iho rnot grnciful an jm rf ct
thape p a ili'.e.srd areutiquestionjlily thelilit
es tii't di-iriMe, comfortable and economical
aliit evir nndr.
WsaTs' llatPLET A CaBT. Prnprietrs nf the
Invt niii an Snlo AlanniKciu'e-.orCbimberti,
ami 79 A 81 Urate Street', N-w-Yrk. l
For S-ile in alt firjt-c'a.i Stores in Ibis City,
an I tSri'utlnmt th Unitnl State amHtna l,
II van de Cuba, JI stco, ."Ou'h Atueiica, and
tlie W l Indie.
Inqnlra for the' 'Duplex Elliptic (ordmin'e)
Spring Skitt. 2G2-3m
TUE N05PAREIL WASUIXC M1CUISB.
od
V9-
NONPAREIL
WASHIM
MACHINE.
TniS Ip the only machine in existence which
i omliiui all the riqunuiesnl . perfect wasbtr.
It is a squeszi.o machine, operated by a In!
ai cr-wheel and crank (gtarril nt thru lurnt
of tl crunk to unt turn of the Aamt,) Mtoi'jjly
made, tiiuple and caay In its operatt m, an 1 m t
liiiblo to g'l out ol order. It ii co sirucHil on
trlctly mechanical principle, and Milely with
vitir to utility nnd duiiilnlily
During ih lime iho Nonp-irtil h b-en in u-c.
aimu April, 1861.it h ix Me idily jsro n in pub'ic
liv.ir; and has jlemooftrnled thai two Till ft in
THE LIBOR AND TIVE required in wash'll; hv
hand, and nil the wtab nnd tiak of utimKiitp.
4KE SAVkD bt iiu irk. A virl or Imv cm wok
it; and it umv l belied ox ro clkanke cloth
O TIIOROlbtlLY WITHOUT At.SISTA.NCK fl.OM
II AM) KUDUI.NO
A liberal di-cuint allowed Imlealeri.
Scud for free decipiie Circnlir to
OAKI.EY& KKAT1NO.
1S1 Wattr Smct, Now Yotk City
255 3m
THE INDEPENDENT:
PUBLISHED KVKRT BATURDAY, IN
Oikalooia. Jeffenei Connly, Kansas.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
Sincle coif one rear, in advence S2.03
Ten cupie one year to ouo address li.00
Twenty " " " " 25.00
Fiftv, a u M w
TERMS OF-ADVERTISINO
One square, 10 lines or lew. first ioierlion $1 00
each additional
60
i' " , two nmntbi,
three "
U M a! a 1'
A .." " . twelve
2 50
-44 00
e no
' to oo
to oo
One quarter ot a column three month,
8'Z
"
15 00
twelve "
S5 00
ChaBgeabJo'(0"Berly
One half of a colucao
If
three "
ix
twelve "
30 00
15 00
25 i0
40 00
Changeable quarterly .
One column ibrte inutiths,
, 8.X
" , twelve- " t
Cbangtable quarterly
50 1)0
3D 00
45 00
no 00
75 00
Editorial nrtfce 30 rent 'per Hae; Local 15
cent "For announcing the names of candidates
for office, r-ne dollar and a half cadi, to be paid
in advnni r. Vtarly advertisers will be required
to pay quarterly. Transient ndvertiM-'inonl- must
bo pai I in advance. Communication of a per
sona! character will bo charged one dollar per
squarr, te be it ia nnijt arcil.
GROCERIES.
THOMAS CARNEY ,C0,
' WflOCESALE GROCERS, l,.
FOR WjUtdl NG u AND
Commission
MERCHANTS!
Corner Levee and Cherokee Streets,
'LEAVENWORTH, KAN.,
Have in store the following stock of
Fresh Staple and Fancy
To which we invite tbecpccial attention of
CASH PURCHASERS:
, 3,000 SACKS OF FLOUR ! '
SOU HoksM N. O. Sunr,
200 Iibls. JLoar, Crushcil and
Powdered Sugar,
100 Bb!s. Clarified Vugar,
100 Boxes Havana Sugar;
200 JikS. II. & N.'O.iMolasscs
100 do. Plantation jto
."500 Bags Hio coflbc,
100 Mais Java colleof
1. 000 Kegs Assorted' Nails;
"i00 Boxes Star Candles;
U)0 Boxes iIou!d do
100 Pks. Mackerel &, Herring;
3 J coils Cordage;
100 Half Bis. S. C. Soda,
100 Bxs. Babhiit's Salaratus:
lJGQ do. Yeast Powders:
300 Boxes Kaisins: ,:
100 do Alauuf'd Tobaccoj
300 do. Soap:
100 Half iChests Tea: . -1,(100
Bdls. Wrapping Paper:
'250,000 Sogars. '.ef
C , i f . ' '
We hate also on hand a fine assortment of
e
'TUBE BRANDIES, WINES I
A3D
In Casks, Quitter Casks and Ilottlos.
Fruits. Pickles, Nuts-.Spices
Of nil kimia. and, in short, everything connect
ed uith the
GROCERY BUSINESS,
' t
Can be had at our E.tablihmcnt.
Panics 0nffi!tii."lBp lhe Mines:
Will consult their interest by purchasing fia, as
OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE,
PRICES REASO ABLE.
w
)' KEMEMBKIt'TIIE riiACE:
Corner I-cvco ant Cherokee Strew,
LEAVENW0RTHaTY. -
PUTNAM'S
CLOTHES WRINGER
r r
IS Till. ONLY REUABIE
SELF-ADJUSTING WRINGER.'
i'
Xa Wood Work to Smll or Sjlil. -Vo
Thumb Scretes to yrt out of order, ,
Warrauted Willi or Without t'og-;bte!s.
It took the Hrt PjLtniuni at O" State and
Count) tairi" in IMJ, nudii'-'tirly iteuhltthito
in lS6l,nidi, without an ixception. tho Msr
"tnur ever mide. Agents winttd in every
tiiwn. ami III nil )inrn it the woild. Eirli4
ngentt, can make :$J u .10 per d.iy, -
WHAT EVKRVII UV KNOWS, VIZ.:
That fron well Kalvitiiol wtll'sor nu-T
That i titiipU iiucliltio Uvbeitcr than a com
pound one "
Tbut n WriiiKor aliouU he ttlf-aJjuitimj,dur-atlt,'iinJ
tjjlcitnt.
That thuuib sewwR ami fisTiiin cause del j
and trouble to riRiilate and krep in nbr.
'. Tbat Wuud'sunlu'd in WnttI dill swill, thtink,
and 'ssUt. ' I' J HI
That wcxl-lnaiing" for Iho tin ft to run iu will
irttir itut.
'Hut, the Piitnnm "Vri'ntr, with, or witlio.it
c uhieto. wilt nit ttar the dAht4
. 1 hat cuiiiwJueLimuimurs are nii es.y nti al.
1 hat the I'utnani Wringer 1'ii ulliemH-iiU-ai!
a, and not one of tho dmdennt t ra i ameii.
That nil a ho have tiled it prouuunco it the;
BI.8T wiser tver mioej
Tli it it will wring n i(l read or a bed-quit licit.h
out altrration.
Wu ni l't fill the piper with tratimoiiia1a,'but
in-ctt only a few tocuvine ttie akeptical. if
nucli there bo; anl we say to s1Iptsst I'uiuamV
llllI lesili in vu'jnigv.u uffyw u uiauui
crs, and ii not entirety tatuCactnrv, n turn it.
Pu 3A1I MA'raCo'-tfrniaaua. I know irom
pralici.l experience tlml iron welL yalvan'i. d
witu zinc will not oxvlizo or rust one pur tit le
The Putnam Wringir iiaan. ar.poifLd a possi
bit, and I can elieurlully recommend it to be the
best in ue. IJespecilullv your?,
- John' W. Whkxlck, Cleveland, O.
Many years.' cxpeilinep in Iho gatyanitite bu-
ines' enutxes tne to imiuric uie above atalttni-iu
it allj'tirticulati.
John C. LLfruTt, 10 Breku.an Street.
Mkw Yobk. January, JSti. We liave.ietod
n...tM,..i'ii..tiiu iv .;.... i.m ...iiMi .. .tot
t uiiimiiawivtiiMi .e- vf p'abijvni va bviiaz.
and know that it will d. Iliarheap; itiasiin
plo; it requirca iii room, whetlur at wirk or at
real: a thild can operate it; ltdeitduty thor
onehly; iti-mcsitiiie.iiiiditsivei' wujrnndtejr
Wu ei.ru4Bily ailvitMall who Imve murA waaliim;
to do, with nil intelligent perrons who buy nny.
iu iiujt mil ,i linger, it mi ay iur irt-u ifi u
year at moat. Hokuck GakiLEr.
I'Birci-S8, f9, and 10. t
8 niplo iVrinners sent, eaproai paid, ot rcciipt
of nrice. '' i
Manufactured nnd rold. wholeaat aud relil, by I
PUTNAM MANUFACTURING CO , ',
13 naiio street, nt w i oik,
Uenniii;tonVettnuiit,
Clevehn I. Ohio,
M, THff'CITlZESOf .'JEPFfittSOS CO.
at
u
Drugists.it Apothecaries,
i
102 SIiawnee.St.. Below Alarket Ik
ouse,
leaj:e5vbxh,.cixx,
.Desire to call youtfatimtioaWUieir Selected
Stock of PORE
e ' T
t!
v-
VW&&X
pmnriaxst,, ssumis
'
&c. 4c.
We hare on hand a fine assortment of
COAL OIL LAMPS,,
s . ,., ..j
r, ' ,: , a ..
CniMNEV.Etc
- rU !
Also, all the
PATENT MEDICINES
' Of 'the day, consitin5, iii part,1 or ' ' j y
typr's and Jay no's Metlicinc?,
HnllV Balsam for the I.migf.
llostctter's Bitterff, Hehnbold's
' Extract Buchii. ctc.,ctc. -
All orders from the Country w ill receieprompt
aMtiitiMii. Anv nriioli ccireu uill be procures
nnd ut ni oidcrcJ. i
llC-'Jm DHOWN'IinO.
mkwmn mv,$M-
-s-
Carner of Shatcnee and Fifth Street,
Leartnfrorih fitf, - - - Kansas
Mrs. J, LANDES, - - Pr.prid-r.
:-8:: '
STAetH LKAVC THI-I IIOISCX) tlLT.
Tbe Ta'jle is nl-vans Supplied iih theB -!l tie
alarket AfT.rd. I-tf
GOSLING'S
BRILLIMTr EASY SHINING,
leather Preserving
A.Compoution of Neat's Foot Oil and
, Pare Ivory Black.
ImpirtiniitonOOTar.it KUOE LEATHER
theonniS4 and pliancy "f KID while wilL
ine-fourth tne InNir usually entpl iid lnlh'ip
plicntn.i f ihe-ordin ry ll'ai kii c. i tiredsce'i
JET UI.ACK EXAMCb Ol.Osrs eqnlled ot.!j
b) Pattul I-eatlier
SoldLy all RaodtBS and cnoE Diat.Et3 -
Ordfix Tec ivd by Aineiican Adveilisti S,c"
cnej-.'5S9 Uri ndway. X w Vor'.
Wboi a:Lt.D at lw Maiilifielufer'-J D'pot,
i 154 Keade Slreet. New York.
154 3m ,
h"-i-' :
T A DIES ,NI (tENTLKMfcXt Ii T wsu
J In nriirr you ca'n"dnbv addr'esSl g mo 1
1 1 mtiiI you, wiihim' ni nrv m d without rice,
v.tlu.blvjn onnntion.that will enibln you M mnr
r baiyatidK-efliIy irtepe.!t eo aie.beau
tyor we-lih. Tlii in't'ttn lion will est you
ooihii'ir. and if yi u w ib to mnrrv I wilt clecr
u'U a8htyou A'l Utters st icily confiliriTa
Tbe di-'rcd infornnti -n -c t,by tnn nnil,j4
iinrenrdas1.ed Pita-ei etf'S'"Stafier stniL
uediuvel'P, aildrers-"! to yoiif elf r Ad re,t"
SARA ill LJIBKKTVf.
218-Iji CreenpvictKinl;sC,Nu Ywk
rr -n ; l i " - '
IVie Independent
... LIIERARY.
- EltiiBf JIMl ,
3 'PAPER,
FOR
KANSAS ''HOMES.'
We oYiiert introducir'C a; lew new failure" st
theroninnnceni'lit ol the ,ivi(, vol ym. W,
jhnlfeoqli ue our rerulir dctf rtmect-', and en
deaVor'eetTv we k toaive ' i ('
' TIE VEWStOF rJiE STATE,
and also the ceneml
NEWS OF 1 HE WEEK;
and 4 arranjt" each that our waller cur rr fer
lt either columu al plrs-ure, aud rtjflily fii.d
inv it' in
We lnll also intrnduen' a dt-pirtmnt for
THE LITTLE 'FOLKS. .,,
the artieles in which will be printed in l"ir;e,
cb-nr l)po s-i Iht our youijg rea leM ca" pehle
iIitii ins-ily. Wo shall take mnch pain 'With
iMc"lumnt a we thmk the chtl ten ol eei
lioiiwh'itJ ojht ro receivn fpecial mteiitlori.
Our little rcider- may Hik out for thw feature.
Without articularixuij; further, we MmpK
"(id thnr it is our intention to rnaku the Inde
nxDENT etnil to a-iy if not
The Bus!, Paper in tfic, !.itq
roi: rnr. ,,
. FAINHLY CIRCilli:, .
including all' ages and occupations. ll
TEUMSV 1 " - !
lcopylycar ;,, .,,- 2.0
incoifosltesr, ' r- v ' 1- "-' f.15,10
Six mnntlw half these ralw. In cane of club
the cash mutt tw paid invariably ia advanvn;.
To .person uuacquainte I with our tm-r. we
will furni.h it o- trial four months for'iib cecu
in. advance. a3f.T. v ,,, J
Aa un.uiuucrmcni to persons toauwcribc now.
wccBcritieioiiowint; - '
i
'. , r
To the first new yearly subscriber np to one
hundred, who piv in ndvnuv. We will prennt a
r'' of EVKl.lSKIMADkVII.Mr; or Tux
IonaicTnitr KtVAi,,apiy biterewii'g pory
"I ilittinfly S'.'tfleinmt ofOln. a work which.
at thii juiicint. will prove ini to than nrdinarily
attractive in Kara; iTavtraT8 rmxa ucmx
kow. "lratcoJJe1lt4erved.,!
AQENi; "WANTED, ' 4
j . We want, a few agnU to cna-w ff the Ib
d'pendenl', Io whom we uSVr,Iilxinl Inducements
3TCam. SooN!r t
J. W. ROBERTS, rroptieter.
' .i
RAILROAD and
j. j . -j
23818 l
fsizt)
r-j M '. 1 1
Packet Uhcs ti Mfotri Kw r!
Oft 1 t 1 MliT iKOTJUlltfl 1fc
I I BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBV
TrlBaBA
Ti t i.l BaWlrBBMBB .
A .. C
On and after Mar 19. 1865. making elooeeoa.
nectionS1 3 rEAMEff EHtME rHaWnfoiI'4 St.
Jo. Railroad) Iear,Kauatui ,01111 diljt t,ll
a X., Wyandotte 11 30,' A.' K" Lkatxxwot
G.oo. r. v.. e-neeiiM-a Weatom at! 8 On r u
w ith Platte Country R, R. train, which maket "
cIo-e ci'mnaeiioii With E preas train oerTanni.
bl and ?t. Jo8-jh,,aUilre I. lalog St. J.iMph
With Mlrrpiirar'Car Attache,' at 11 3
Kir.T'arriTin;.il5;3 i L o
Q-icr, Chiti iNiSt. LtiixJItxtHr.
TjA'IOfi.PAUIr;iPLJtAlt.riV.iXAlNS
leare Iiwrcn'-e d-ily ar 8 39, a. M . eonnodimr
with MeimerEnatW;riaaWfailiJ.jSeV
Kansas Stasc Ceapajrv's. Stagm connect
diil uirhifeameT'EiniU''iti Cenvenworth.
,THME Gt08tCoKM.CT10K enaMe-D-iuenvaM
from Xawrcnce, fndependei ce. Kana City, Wy
andotte. Leavenworth and other DnBinemiinta
I in Kansas and Miisoun to reacii St. Joepli the
sanfr everlfi?. and ' i " ' - e -l iJ
St.LouKQiiiicyA Chicago next day
r THROUOU TJtKETS foraaJe atT-eket Of-fi-eof
II . St. J. U.R. in .lawrence, Kansas
Cit, lj"TCfnfrth and SI. Jowefh
ExTasc.'ivK.RirAiKson the- II. & St. J. R. R.
new iroli; ti. nnd adli'i naT rolling stork', ena
ble tlitm list firr tb.8-iitop"rtant cbartgoe luia.
Cilltate tEA VEL Br THIS KOCTE.
'i. i; V. JlrAn Oen'l 4-nnerintn.vnt
P B. l5BOAT,0-n"nket Agenu
II. a. Cot'RTaicnf. O-fi"! FrtTehf AgX
ilAN.ttnAt, Mo".
JAMES M'CAHlOif,.
Leirtiwortb. laisas.
o
Will practice in tKe District Court
of JefTprSorr anil Jactson Counties. 3tf
I
BROWN &BKO.
Hae reiiioved their Drug Store to
tlie fornerorSIiawiiee & 5tlt ts., oppo
site the Mansion IIo'ute, lv:iJfforth
nnd iMVeotrha'arii full 8uppIjof Med
ictrieb. i'in'u- Peffumerj, 'Ornsltes of alL
fcirfds .-ind -very thmy'per:jtlninjrio the
Drug trade. . 189-if
GRKAT EASTERN ROUTE VIA,
0LO.&n.MIS&$SlPPl
BROAD GUAOE
IS lllVlSOAD
3 If -
;Jl.TVilie the qnieVt-sbtliiiK frormSri Koai t.
1V Cineiiinatirii .,.' Nahril!e and all
E Stern Citirt!' NewV' rV. 42 houK
jl'ritjtburpil tvourf B-wton, 44 hnuri.
ttneeuni!, rjr'Oiirit. l Dllad,-ipriH.33nours.
Ci-vplarri. ltt honraj" Baltimore. K hnnrx.
Itufta o. S6,hoi9. Wihin5tin.37ihoura
f.o.J!Si;ii. Ml htifr. N'a.nilr5'2ol:oura.
Trioii t. Lou L to ('iactneati "WiTHouf CAAXbi.
or CA&.C Trom Cin. Tnnti ! Clereland, Pittj
Ktrroc Bdlair.t.'witliut chance ef cars
Ba.2 f hf rkf A Throii'h.
'Thtr II &' St. Joe R. R.. and Kikuk packet
the Nonh Mi-iiiri. ximI the Ohi'i Jt Mis'-s.p
It. It 'Sraike elise and eliitte e-'nrections u.
Cinci-ati. wPhovCiimnibu-, ride, with the favor.
e llioid of th Wet.
The Little Miami' Collamhtr" 1 Xrtia. r.d
Ciceinna!illtamillut A Dnvton Kai!-Karfd. fr
P-'Vfon and Cnltambiu. With the Clee!an.l
C IPimbus" ancTCfnrinnati R.R .forCIereland
Iluflab. slajara Eall?. Tbe.Pittabnra.CoIluu
huA Cincinnati, and Fprt Wayne A Ch:e3"oK.
ft.'S for Pitt'bnrsh nnd Piitadeiioia. The C i
r.al Ohio R.R.. forZnm-villeWbee!jrv3nd I!af
tiinore. Marietta & CincisiMti R.R.. Ur Chilli-cvtl.eMari'-tta.PDrkersburg
and Baltimore, an.)
wlhritlrrof thi Four Great Eastern Liues Kr
New York orBwtoii.
I'-.-vneers jiy ibis ry-ute, l.nre tbe aJTaortpetf
w tdc and rc?u ears, with irreater liberality ol
nora both inri'i and;io ai-Ie.. than canle
foutwl on n-y other Railroad in the We. mod tk
e-tirTPirt aflord-l hfr"
Foole.'i.Patcit TeKilatrd Cars, kjr Bar
And KoOte'si'Stenf ventilated sleeoiDg cars by
nicjit.
r PA-.anser from the Went by he Ohio A Vi5S
iipii R.R..bve the ailrautaeeover ihoe h
ther line-IKaTIlE'CHOICEiOF4KATS AND-
ULliTIIS. from Cin-irna!i,a 1 ere are no ehan
Re of ca-s Vetwecn" Citkintiati and'Cleve!and
PliUburehiir &Il4ir t
Twi daily throzirExprej trains (Bur.davi Ex
f pteil.) omiual'i Sunday criiiig,
Ohio A Mi.iipi line Tl'X minute fastrr
limn St. ImiiU time. The t-ubbcariJare'ectfnlly
cautioned ajraic'e btlla advertising other routts
iialing oincker-tiiLC. -
A-k fortirfcets via'Ohm A Mi"iVioi i R. R.
h Fofiiirortaatinn,' applr 'at the Orliee. X 23,
dmxtly ca t,be coraecol FouruianCae.cut bu, .
under Planter IloaiS, St. Loui. '
- i.nf f -tTI,0UGII.
U Gen'l Tlckat A,;ent.
1864. -For the Timer! 1865
TOLEDO, WMASH
6B-EAT-3KESTEBJT
.ta
RAILROAD LINE
FROM. auiliCY TQTOLgDO.
" WO-DAILY PAENGER'TRAINS Itare
Quincv, pi cniiiTtion with Uinr-ibil A St.
JiWe
ph Rnitmad, niiRUir cbe' Uikxct COS'
xkCTxoxs to Ejuivo Cni-s. , !,
I'.i. nrt r- t aving St. Joseph at 3 43. A M-
Willi avu Q'Miicy ame it'teni'Oii5iv4J5.
The Day Kipratai I-ive Quircy at i 45. A 31.
The indu u-mu-'i.tl.tiv UarlerV. by ih' Lia.
are Tjse SlVortes.1 Rome, Use Quiekesi
Time. ihftSmoOitiesillTri.rk' and Sure
'GoiHiieiian aU'msidp m UriiB "Depot
a U'erIoruVsTape overall .iKerrnutt.
1 New'SIeeping Chts Uril'NigVt Tram
aff miing paacr.i;ers (oao JCftjiT'a Kjstoi'
rapidly pursuing iheir juiiiney.
JKT Anvrtil 9alebax hlf WniftTi
The R-i able Rosd, the C Ii. A Q.valWj
that they are the Onl v Ea.-iern Connectio i ef tW
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Vr iaie to-EaelarulCil esi eerev '3i.ec,i"ns. jo
tan tiieirUipoi in Ulncw,M.ltwlda",:,
ry tiHMvg.att,fi&thjr"trtw jMffS
and'w, fntei'd.ti dtotiee Traeelei- VTr
FACTS A REvlh" tit r bvtll roaJe raQw3
ci i. re letban &' n! apart., ,
' JiKiBnibwTiaaWrt,rheareTCiiarsi
,lo itpjierebu)iim ticket U ft H9?;
u'iali to ride rrotaiheTtny teiiDfi-'tJ,aB
cy DictaiH- 4b-aeak ' -1 "
, l.-niuHTA5rr NOTICE..
. Pajs-traera by' this rome wiirreai-h'h'cic',,J
7 Mottr UlcU; than via S'r lu a"a
Cfiicano, and Ind"nartu!it 10 HocLs-Ot'61
Brjsi;e clie'eketTthroiiKh froia M Jo ,
KrUp thU Sh!r and oJILT DIRStT KeJtft
Pom, ngera aod all Pelaie, a. tl the Fap-n-s"
H.itti'HilIs'dnd Ommbuw"Faiii tacf -rr "
niftet,wiih;aiKt, Louts aal Ch'tago. ' , .,
' Tickets tiTsalo at all Ptiacipal Ufficejof
II J i5t. J R.d,' i at ow 0ce irf Qnfr-
, Tr-o'elera jrc KemcifiaHy CaCTIoH-d aj.aii:-t
&be represent-iforiToTTUaaVre el'oih r lean.
II. C GOODBLL, MC.BRriyr-i-
General Agent, Pan5e' Avjnt.
Quiney. 111. LeycBwor h, r.3.

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