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i- Wftv. &. t jfelL II .J- Mafeim&w teae THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY DECEMBEK 23, 1865 f V j ri n i? B IS? ILm! Wi ill I il Wnt fMeprnfetti OSKALOOSA, KANSAS J. W. ROBERTS. Editor. S?a?urflty, December 23, I8U5. Constitutional Amendments Suffrage Eobert Sale Owen. Jut now the rage seems to be for amendments to the constitution. Some of these are proposed as aids to get out of present difficulties, others look to a prevention of future evils like the ones we are now passing through. On our first page there will be found one proposed by Robert Dale Owen worthy of consideration, Mr. Owen is a clime thinker and a strons wrifer. But while we approve his spirit and the majority of his argument, we think, nevertheless, that his positions are open to criticism in some respects. He 6ays, for example, that the loyal north can not afford to lose tlio votes of the color ed people of the South at this juncture of our affaire, as they constitute the prin cipal element of loyalty there that can at all be relied upon. Very true. Bat then, Immediately, Mr. 0. proposes nn amendment to the constitution, which, in his own language, will cut off nine-teen-twentieths of this same loyal ele ment at the ballot-box; and the reason given for this contemplated action is the strange ose.thalit will be a compromise with the very enemies of loyalty, to counteract whose hostility to the gov ernment we cannot spare this strength now with safety ! This is certainly strange logic. Agaiu: He speaks of losing the ne gro vote of the SduiIi. Cad. a nation lose that it never had? The Sjulh ha never possessed negro suffrage, and it is to be gained before it can be lost! Another paint : It is claimed that no state has a right to disfranchise a class or race. If so, how can it take from those who cannot read the rirlit .. suf frage already possessed, ns is proposed by him ? But there is a difference be tween z7sfranchisi:ig a class and refus ing to enfranchise them, a very marked -difference. We held that a state hus the riffht tO'Vnwnvtv w yr"7 "r"j for cause from any class or race. It should be borne in m'nJ always, that the right of suffrage is not a natural rigk; it is only a political right, either assumed or conferred. In the com mencement of a governmant it id assum ed; in its perpetuity it is conferred. If a community, then, in the lighlful possession of ht property, domain and tenures, unity together to form a com pact for mutual government and pro teclion, they have a perfect right to mold their form of government to suit themselves mutually; and they hare an equal right to prescribe iliecrms upon which others shall shhre the benefits of their syslem.or who mny not share them at all. It is on this principal that for eigners are required to rermin for a term of years in this country before they re permitted the tights of citizenship; and if they are required to remain one year on probation, they can be tequiied to remain twenty years, or be entirely excluded; and the government of this country has a perfect right to estabiith any rule it pleases iu the premises; all that is bestowed is a free gift; and if we chose to exclud'j nil, uo one's rights would be interfered with. If all weie excluded who could not pek our lan guage, it would defrnud no one lo estab lish such a rule. It is a question of expediency, not of right. The same argument holds good tluo out. This gift of suffrage may be u iih held fro any race or people.on account of ignorance, of prejudice or even of clw. liit were h Jiaturul light this could not be done; -but as Uisonly.aron centionai right or gift, it can be done; nd the right to do so, if deemed the best policy, is unquestionable.' A family cm exclude any ono from $8 home circle for any crtKe deemed riitfifient by the members 'comjtosing in'ch family; nnd no one will presume to the contrary. Thoy must be tin judges of what will best promote their (Weifm-, and what be dangerous (o theii .peace. ' A nation u hut 3 la'ge family, "ind incihe 'ininuer ra-iy nmke its own rules foi the atJir.U-lou of new nicnibvii! to iS "fcm-i-ij -' And in either caej)i, ,,rai , !. !y outers; t.ieir ugliih n,, Bui iM-J-"; onii new on-, are . i.j cou.'erie.l p-tp iliftii tijiiutao. Ilia: ilrv conH nut cl-t:u, but onlj receive as a fiea.tft'i 'f istferril at all. ' It" a iii-jjiity tf ibis ri-.tiuii Ctnily believed st w.-ulJ jieiuHiieniljr jjionin'e tlie welftirw of tbt4 u-itioii to exclude all from ibe HI w,, ao' '' f,a'J cl0t ied tlie Knglicii lai'UMgc, tL-cy natoti'r liae ihe rii'M o ttrite o Iwl ip tbis effect, but aa good citizens " t.,g lo the best interest oix hcy re gy ol neg icgly fail to Urns net. If lie people' of these United Stales honestly and fully believe that the best interests of the country will be subserv ed by not conferring upon the colored people the right of suffrage, they have the light to withhold the boon, and it j is their bounden duty to do so. The question then is, not what is best for tho colored people only, but what is best for hoth races.for the whole country, now and hereafter. If conferring the boon upon negroes is the best for all, then confer it. Duty demands it. If such action is not for the 'best good' of all, of the whole country, now and in the fulure.tlicn withhold the gift. Duly demands it. So, if it is thought best to withhold the right to vote until those who are to exercise it can read, it should be done. These, we deem it, are almost self evident propositions, r.ud need not he But how get rid of tho disloyal ele ment of the South? Disfranchise relcls. This is the short and easy way. It is plain; it is right; it is self-preservr.lion. If it can be done in no other way, hold them in subjection until emigration gains for loyally the balance of power, and gives the work the needed aid in the States. Or until the rebels repent and reform, and become truly loyal at heart and in act. This, it stiikes us is the surest, the most direct and most just way to dis pose of the difficulty. It strikes at the heart of the evil, and makes tho 'wages of fein' fall whore they ought, As to the- other rights, such as pro lection in persons.property and freedom these should be secured and made perpetual. We do not express these views to prejudice the claims of the colored race. or to advocate exclusion of any class or people, except for good cause; we are simply hiyiug down fundamental principles. We do believe, however, that intelligence, to some extent, should be made a requisite to the exercise of the right of suffrage. There is danger, too, in tinkering with the constitution in too many ways, all haung pretty much the same end in view, that the thing will be orerdone. II representation is based upon votes and not upon inhabitants, this alone will be a great inducement to the Sutes lo ix It is not 'best to be iu too much haste. If the proposition of Mi. Owen is adopt eJ, it must be remembered that it will exclude neatly all the poor class of wliite3 at the South, as well as tho ne groe?, and leave all the power in the hands of the few who arc educated principally the recent slaveholders, who were the head and front of tint rebellion. General Grant's Heport. We have read this document with some care. As a literary production it 'u not above mediocrity in merit; as a history of the events it briefly recoids, it is a model of comp-ict statements, put forth without garnish or tinsel of any kind. This is one of its chief mer its. His praise i brief and to tlie pi int. His censure is rather given in lUs fuels recorded than in so mny uords. It is plain to be seen ti.at he does not esteem Ben. Bulhir much of a general; thai he Ihiuka Uosecrau3 failed to do his dulr in the campaign against Price; and that Banks made a blunder if nol worse in his Red Itiver expedi ion, Ho i highly pleased with Sherm-m and Sher idan, and thinks well of Meade and Thomas, The two former, however, are his favorites. Most of the corps commanders receive unqualified praise from him. He is generally esteemed to be iin purturbable and. almost stoic!; but his report show3 that beneath his quiet ex terior tl.t-ro burned within his bosom the firrs of excitement nnd sometime of impatience. At ono time he was. so .uneasy concerning Thomas' movements abdut Nashville, thai he left headq-iBr-leis and started to look after the Ten nessee army. But the splendid' ictory of Nahville relieved him nf all appto hension. His fear.too, that Lee would escape from 'Richmond and unite with Johnston, gave him sleepless nights. . All this is told iu the narrative in the- moil natural .md unostentatious man ner. His , failures, his successes, his designs and expectation are all told in tliesime 'plain and unvarnished" style. This is the rel excellence pf-tlie 'doc ument, and will give it alivin future. TnE R TliIES ;s pnpr puWish. al j yK Q C)) f p .,,, , !t-vti ed to tlio oil ink'iofiv full nnd re-li-ible informiiionoii t':e pctreleutn'iub jtel b ing promieed in its columns. Tin? Iko njcibcia we liuve alienily re ctivcJ tivc evidence of cdi'oiiid indus try and ;ibiii3-; and as tlio oil buiitipss bas now become an institution of ilie land, its columns will doubtless contain mucli valuable and interesting matter, yeiii-ml newspaper. 83 a V'TIic Timk," R-bo, I5T We regret to learn that our old friend, Hon. Thomas Corwiu, was visit ed with an attack of paralysis on last Saturday, and atjatest accounts was thought to be iu a dying condition. He Iirs long been one of the leading and honored sons of the west, and has held positions of high trust and responsibili ty, among them Governor of Ohio, U. S. Ssnator from the same Stale, Secre tary of the U, S. Treasury, and recent ly Minister to Mexico. He was aho in the legislature of Ohio and the lower house of congress in his younger years. As a stump speaker he had few equaU in the world; and his fame was national. Ho was a natural orator, and his elo quence was of the highest order, while his wit and humor nnd happy hits nere inimitable. In social life he was a most pleasant gentleman and genial compan ion. He will be longest remembered by those jsv ho knew hjm best. P. S. Mr. Corwin diedTon Su.J.y. He was attacked while at a convivial gathering of fricnd,nd never revived. Milipi The Sews. The ico hroko in the Mississippi liver at St. Louis a few days ago, and played smash among the sleamboals. The loss was heavy. The Indians who keep up a fight are to bo thrashed into good behavior, or out of their moccasins. Messrs. John Evans and J. B. Chaffee have been elected U. S. Senators from Colorado. Fires have occurred in a dozen places during the week. Damage in the ag gregate oyer a million of dollars. A little girl was burned to death near Quincy.Ill.n'fowdaysagoby herclo'hes catching Gre. All the skin was burned from her person. She lingered a few hours in great agony. Her parents were from home al the time of the accident. Gen. Grant reports favorably of the Sauth. lUs report is said to have pro duced a sensation. We ask in nil seii outness what he could learn of the spirit of -Kie people of the South in a flying !rip)f a fe days duration ? Able ns he may be at the head of an army, we would not give much for his opinion on this subject, formed in so hasty n man mer and on such sm-.ll data. A prominent &tock broker committed .-.""' -W. .t. .4..1..AM ..... AM account of heavy losses, Napoleon is soon to withdraw his troops from Mexico, and Maximilinn i negotiating for 14,000 from Austria. So report says. The king of Belgium is dead. Cornelius Cole has been elected U. S. Senator from Oregon to succeed Mc Dougnl. One more copperhead gone. The amount of cotton in Georgii is said to be gieat; 13,000,000 worth, went through Macon alone in six weeks, nnd twice as much was txpicted to go through in six weeks more. dime is everywhere on the increase. Mnrders, robberies, arson', thefts, are of daily occurrence in the cities, and country towns. Congress is busily at work. .Senator Sumner i said to have become" indig nant over the Preiident's special mes sage on Gratff's report, and denounced it as similar to Pierce's while-wash message on Kansas. A Savannah correspondent of the Herald says that Georgia is in a miser able condition. Provisions are scarce. and whites and blacks have gono into the thieting business extensively, aud crime is tlio order of the day. Negroes are shoi frequently, nnd little or no no tice taken of the affairs. The death of Hon. Thomas Corwir. caused a sensation in Washington, and cast a gloom over his friends. Honors were paid lo his memory. The government has seized tho Mo bile and Ohio railroad below Memphis, and all the rolling stoek on it, to get out4ier cottou from that region before il is all stolen. Why not hang the thieves ? Kansas News. An Indian lms been found guilty of murder in the brst degree in Lawrence, and is to be hung on llic 16ib of Janu ary next. He had an English educa tion but Indian habits, and received the sentence without tlio movement of a muscle or the least shjii of emotion. Ten mon went iuio Sliawneelotfii ar med in full and entered lb storo there, six of them going inside and four re maininp; out lo keep guard. Three citizens coming along, wcio captured ami JiHu as prisoners until the robberv tras completed, wlic-u the illians went yff towards Kansas City, ithli 875 and nil ihe goods they could carry. There are some six candidates fur Speakership of the Uouso offtepreson tatives. A negio, while out culling wood on tliii side of the river opposite Ltwrence, was killed by a tree falling on him! Senators Lane and Pomcroy nre plan- V a basis that indicates they only see two points in the universe- Lawrence and Atchison. The Temperance question is agitating the people of Lawrence quite exten sively. Coal and marble of excellent quality have been found in Bourbon county. Boriug for oil has been commenced at Atchison nnd several other places in this State. Gen. R. B. Mitchell has been appoin ted Governor of New Mexico. The Seneca Cornier has been suspen ded for want of patronage. Kansas furnished 19,812 troops dur ing the war, besi les mililit. A man named Tehanwent to the Liv ery stable of Conklin.iJs Dyer, Vyan dottf, nndengagcd with them to be la- ken to Kansas city.greeing lo pay 84, and in, lieu of the money pawned his waTch. Conkl'.u and he suuud n horseback. When in the thick timber, Tehan drew a lcvolver and sl.o. Conk lin, doubtless intending to kill him, but the bail look effect in the thigh, and C , having tho fastest horso, went ahead into Kansas city, nnd gave the alarm. Tehan was arrested, Liken back to Wy andotte and in default ofjSl.OOObail, was committed to j-ul. Next morning ho was found h.anging from the statr way with a tope nround his nu-k, deid. SMVcd him right. pW jtoflSMTOlS. GABSON&BRO. WOULD call the attention of the public gen erally lo the fact that they have opened n STORE IN GLENWOOD on the Union Pacific Railway, whera they are kecpicg, and vill continue lo keep, n largo block or lit mm CLOHHX2K3-, Boots k Shoes, H:ils & Cups, KOCERIBS, Hardware, IMGS, PATENT 3.1 EDICINES &c. Etc. ALL OK WHICH WE WIIX SLLL AS -Cheap as Any Other Afan. 278if CAKSO.N &. 13110. CARSON & BRO., Forwarding fc Commission jlicr- chaiMK, GLENWOOD, On the Union i'aeilic Railway. All hti'incts cnltj.tcd la u promptly alli-nd-ul lo. V. c ktep aiu-untl on bund lor :u4 by ThoSack or Barrel, Cofluc, Su- Sa", I'kitir, Salt, etc. 27S:f CAKSO.V &. BRO. Washing &Ciiuriuus Hade Easy! DOTY'S CL0THE5"WASHR AND Churn Power. WarranleJ to clean even tho dirtiest 8,1 rts A1TUOUT UUCBIXC! FIRST PRIZFSILVER MEDAL Just aworded this Washer by ihe Great Americ an Mechanics Institute Fair, htld in Sew York City, from Sept. I2ih tuOet.ltltli, 1835. THE WOMENTiKE IT ! ! Read tlu Proof? Read the Proof J 'It really merits nil thojjoo.l ihat can l-csard cf it.' Moore'a Rursl Now Y.irkcr. 'It is werlh one dollar per wctk in any family. After a jcnr'ii use, 'our machine' i? thought moro o! lo day than ever before.' tSoLoX Uobisos Ayriciifiural Kihtor ol N. Y. Tiil.une. ' ' Ujty's Clothes Wisher vq hto tried llior. ooghly for noirly a ycai pat. Our 'belter half who hat been complimented tvitli Ihn tjil'i o a icore or more of difilrcnt ni-hincs lor Itial says thi is taken lo mou kindly by tho''fieiii ar.d that the i-annol ticrtundt them m nt ;..'. otlier while thin i at liund.' Ora.voe Jcbd I roprietor AniLncsii Agriculiurbt. ' 'Amon-a woroof va.h;n3ft,;cu;nM j -j aside ftr Ihe firft, or nt must the second tti il lint VV.U. is .1.1.) ..!.. ....-.!. 1. . ' ' .. .t .'""!."'. u" "ol sinu lit, lest. My wifew satiaueJ i'ri it uftcr a four months' trial.'--S 11. Haskis, L'd. Ohio Farmi r. EVERY FAMILY SHOULD HAVE OM ! ef7 . :'," "' "" 'ryouoroorFirec ol freight cjiiense, to your nearest railroad bin liou. If, alicr fi.ur wcelb' trial nteordmg to d. rceii;ns,yunroduatitlied,dtlirtriho machine Imk to u8 and wc will Hr.risD ihe I'urcli6e l'nce. on W. u,il .1..!;... .. i.:i. . "" It is ihe general verdict ot thewo who have us rdDoty' Chabw Warlicr nnylcivihof time that, cwn in ni-dium 'ztf'l families, it will a vo the piieo ofita If in U-sa than fix indffthu. nnd will lust many year, Now can you nut better afford to buy a ma chine thn tobuy cx'ra clothe? that will amount In a ingl yer to wore than double ilia pric-of tho machine, nnd to gt ix, eiahi, yes, lrn limr. iu price during Ihe time it will hstf How can )oa make a belter paying investment f The Best is tho Cheapest. The CMVCR.SAL (cogwheel) WR1XGFU for file. WAnnAXTio ros o.K Var. Our Auetits are Doinjr Good and Mak ing Mo.NKr.and we want a Good One in ivm towx. For further particular uMr ea 1'OTY OROTIIERS, J nvi!li Wi .,...1. NW'-Pr,on8eatoi Illinois, aoulli of JIiB. ouri, and wct of tho Itookv Uiiniiiain, nddreKB And none ncid bo without. If no Agent in your vicinity. en ! us ihe price, as follow : Fiimilv iz, f 12,00; Hotel n't.-, I5.o. FamiU irf,. nnu !u. & univcril wnne. r with V.n v Lasd OfnckI Ucios Paciric R.tt. C ., E. D. j Latv&sncb, K'A.sbAS, December i tit, 18C5. ) NOTICE To Pirchascrs of Delaware Lands or THE Leavenworth, Pawnee tb Western Rail way Co., or the Uiiion Pacific Railway Co., E. D. THE purcliversf sniJ Innd rind their ssiijns holding Titla Hunih of the Company , numb-red from one to ono Imr.dreil and forty-two in c'u-ive, are hereby notified to make payment of tie accrued tr.ter'-frts dui upon th-ir iio'e to the Company, nt it LnnJ Office in Lawrcnc", with in Sixtv Dav? trom this date : nnd thit in do . lautt tle-d'f, ttif Cmipany will Jcclare tlio con tract of bale to said defuiliing purchasers, resin'! cd. nd proceed lo sell the land to other parlies. 277 tt PAY UP! ALL persons indebted to tho mibsctibcr, ithir by note otiook account, arc requestho to call nrd fclllo up by Christmas, a I ncel the money and cam ot indulge a longer cretlil. 'One gcod turr t'crerves another ;' 1 1 t you Inve tl c cocdi when you ncedod them, now let rnc have the pay when I need it. Dae. 8, 1865. 27 J-B. IIAZEN. PRXOB LIST or NEW GOODS, Jnst Received by Coy Brtlhers: o Superfine Flour rcr Sck of 100 lbs. -$7,01 Three X do do do 8.0O IlrounSug-ir -IS-lJs plw for 1,0" White Crushed Sugar P.I lb for I.f'O Soda per pound 15 Dried Apples 8 lbs .................... 1,00 " Peaches per p und 5 " Currants (fresh) -10 " Prunrs Cfl Canned Fruin of oil kinds per can ,55 Coffee per 8. 10 cts. Green Teas from $2 to 180 Coal Oil per cal. ...... 1,25 Small Army Ucnn per bihcl 100 Whi.e Fish per & II ct. Mackerel rcr .ft 15c Other thing in tho sirac ItednreJ Katio, Cam. in. 239ir. COY BROTHERS. JOHN W. DAY, ATTO RN'EY-AT-LA W, 000 Will practice in iha Di'isin Court 'cl Jifior 'Cn and niljirintng Cnir.tics h in the Supreme Cojri; malE collectioxs; tai taxu for xo.t bwiplms, ami :akcnc!nowlrflgfiutiit3of Deeds end oilier infumcnts of wrillns. 273. AVM. JIALL&.SUN, 5431 tilir' '1aVj 1548 NEW YORK, Ajzents Tor the Celebrated" Drieff1 New Patent Piano Fortes, CO Which ro cretin" theg'catesl teniaiion ijj lao musical wort . and hava recti vol tho jnsh'-'i to-timoiiials tturu nil tbo lendint; arlill'' m llx cojntry.amonji whom are . niALDins F. II. Eeott.x. L. M (JoTTeCHiix, Taco Kisrr.LT, - m. n. rnx. ?tx Malt.k, M SrnACEoscii, Wii.iltsox. 1IEKJI!U. WottEMIAWrT. At tbcliie r.iu: of iu Asikkicix I.SiTiTCTE. held iiiN.V.Uity, Oct., Cj.tbey crenwatdel tie for the Best Piano-Forte on Exhibition ! Agents for Oto. A. l'r.icn fc Co.'a - Melulcons, AtUowatic fc School Oryuns. all isir.CMrxrs -ai:uasth roa 5 yi-aus. Mjnulnci'ion anl tinpurtutr.ni Flutes, lianjo-J, Violins, Guitars, Violin Strings," Accordeoiif, ami all LiiiJs -t 15RA5S and ctl'er .-iirbit'.vt. ;.vftti;n:i:.v2. Special stttution paid t .'urimi-.iiu liiass In-Jlruinents for Bands. PUBLISHERS OF SHEET MUSIC. Just ptibluluil, 1 lit Vixite.' ii ev ctillf c!in o! Cbints Tor ihs Kpitcipil riue, tor upetin; nnd clusinj o!uiiluriw,-.un al aecittc.iiBM !, and Uit i!i ?.u ill Circle, hjr VinaiL C. Tay loii. 1'iice THiarJ. S5 c-1115. -Clo'.h, $1. Bnssini's 2 Melodfi: Exercises, o 1 1 of Solfcci-.V r r S rcr. j aid ?! r. So pritiK S''Acr, in t Iivle,la9siudlfl or,acri ro iho Jiropur :.t nt tli!;irjl, by Carlo ftivun .uithor. Ua-iur- a., of tl ' ."a il Z..Zua. In two booU, I'ri f in -' PL..j I.'i Cjlht'envs. a collccttoi i ' 1 n I'm;? r, Obntd, nn ' -le piwaiie, lo- i u i'i dci Jop u ilw tui. - v. Ihufimjeit'.i'ii- nuiriniUhiOineit.s .. s- .1 iv. iniltnnutncu -i d vo'iibiliiv. wMehre t in- diprnible t a jro-il it riiiance on the Piano Foktk, by brancu H. I8riit. Trice, 3.50. New Cdiiimi, "I'm it First. IVimei .' by I. II. llaow x, nutlior of l'rido, Minnehaha, and Uesjtn t:on l'oll'.a, Set. 1'iicc, OU renls. 'Caht Tnv IIlko.n oxide Locu'' with Sopra no, Contml!4 orTmor nolo, nnd QuarUttc, ad aiitcd Iri'in (lutli-clial'i!, Slumber h-jU. hj V. K. llasford. I'nw 35 cent. 'A IIclv Calm, a 1'kaci. Uivixe,' cjiupan'on to 'Swpci Spirit, bear'niy l'raycr,' by V. Vin cent Wullaco. I'tlce D5cinU. l.ouo, jir Uod, XjJixr. to Kow,' 15Mt IIj inn. a Mirg at tSracj church, cuihiO'ivl b Ilraino Wal.-h. I'rii e 35 tei.lt. .My Hun is Hkaiex,' words hi- Sucnur W. Colli", Uustc bylCphon MueCl. lxico ..3 cU. 'My Only h'uoTiitr.b CoMrSong- and Cho rus by M. Keller. l'tico35 , 'This I'ast tiut IIueaths or Tuei:,BalJad, by M.Keller, l'rico 35. Oil ! White mk a t'oxs or mv FATnr.RS'Sof and Chorus, nt suug by WonJ' Miiutrtls.ioni-; iwad by C. Iltniy. i'riia35. ,a ftT . ,t A Wobd or Tuixu. bjllad.II. J. Kizhilvii-j 'Give to ik thosk JIooslit HocbV Dneti, for two Soprani", or Soprano and Ten ir. h) K. A. fiirkliur.i. i'ricc o. 'VtsrfcR StaiL Ducti, for two Sopranes.or Tonors.byJ. Daniel. t'ric.ia. . illinj;, . ""--" - - y j .. I'lUe 50 Tl turn 'l'BAyut at Sea; Kcui-inccin form orr Noc rne, by J . dc J hBiPirak i l'rice 50. ATTKXiMi Moi.' tWait for me.) Gallon, by C. FrnlpU lice CO 'M'ts Moi.(Fu low ro.)g'illiip. A.llsrn'tcin. b Water Faui' Ax'k Urkkzc,' Udlloiiy I'aul Stcinhaiifii. rdce'rarh 50., WOmixo Dew,' tii:cers, A Ittrn'tein. 50. 'WiDnixa Laxccbs,' by r Slcmhngcn. 40. ""MlArtY be Tut Drkaus. tran'ut.-d lor iho pianihfurtu. by Clurhs Fridek I'ri : 41. S welt SrntiT, Hear MvrcATEiL'fioin Wal lace' Opera ljiirline, trahscrilx-J tor the piano lorle by C. Frdel. I'icu 40. Crispeso e la CojiEat,' Uicci'u nnw Opera, arriingi it iiy U. 1-raili i. l'rice oj. 'Fec Di8 KioiLts,' etar'iht nocturne by J. do Ju'Menski. Price 5l). . J4 - 'Axui u or Dream,' Lalla I. M. Id Her. 35. M.0E'8l.AMLXT ATI'S,' ' K tl. II. Hu.uVr. 35 'Tridhtiiai. MAncir.'by U. Ilofliuan. 35. Aloeriax I'oiRA.VJlra K. A. rjrklmrUt3j L j.vKxiM3CiiADoHuiciunie, fiigiusli. 35 '1'ii Loxhino yoa TuKr,' (inartis tVultr, a tu ig by M'JIIo l'areia. l'rice 35. ' t A I.IIIEHAt. MJOKJAT Kfcn ta ,(l0 Trade, Chu'che, pi-rgynieui I'r.ii.- 4,,,, School.t. Music fent by imiil, 1 ovnaid, on e ceipt of tho inorknl 'price. l WU.UAM ir.Ufc&SON, 276, 513 Jlroatlvay, et Ydrl,-f T1IJJN. l rE.M.Kr ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, K Druggist and Ifolhccar Corner of Shawnee dr Fifth Streets, LKVVCSWflnTU, KIMSAS. Dialer in NEDICINES, Chemical, Patent Medicines, ft AXD IS now receiving n largo and selected stock' ol the above articles, and will sell them a low as can be purchased in the West, AH the DOimlar Patent X!edicins of thc-daj npnstsnt'ir on hand. ile is Sole Agent lor tno sine ot naneaior Fincera's Iodiaizcd Cod Liver 111,, The very best artic'o yot intnluecl for iLl ceases otitic i.unci. J Ikmo irouoieu miui e vcrc cojghs woulJ do well lo give it a trial. Circulars ofit will be mailed to thecewho de sire it. KIX5EV3 ftlAOlC TOMC fcr Ague is mctting writ ueaci veu srrces-. The nubhc are invilcl to examine my stock of iMcdicincs- Orderi for anything in Ihe Hade will meet with promptattention 273 ROBERT J. CROWN. WISE HOUSE, P. WISE, rroprleur. THIS well-known ITotcl has recently l-tcn newly lilted hd anil re-liniishcdTorihnc- cvromnda lien of guests and the trave'inspublic. NO PAINS WILL BE SPARFD to render ilieir Hay pleasant and agrecldf. Confi lent or oi-ij chic lo ' . Give Satisfact'oji to alyi I only k a triii. N. II A hrge and ccmai'.dioni ilalr.'e i3von nccted with thPj'tlouiiA, i Final Syltlpinnnt. "VT07ICE i I cnbv tivon lo ail cn.t!.tor hhs.1 J.'t o:hrrs intrrtccd i:i the ctata of I.-viic 'rnell deceued, lint we in'ccj tn mt I..11 tetufment of wiJ e?at-at t're'mx' f pilar t-rm of tha hbalc Cnirt siuin vri li'Ji. aeJ U.r J f feron Coui.'v. Knntnv'lo le l-csin r.rd j:ldei in OAn'ofxa, tm M.-ndav Le 11 dav oT Jj.id!-J-A. L. 1803. KIZ1AH I'ABXKI.U ' JOliN H. fAUNKLU 277-1 w?3 AJ'iniitrn o.-.- ThelPiteGgteigHi: I). A.MILWifiTONiV d). (aaecsKtt' ioDaxicl-,JIih.ixgtsx A Co..) iVo. f2 Del.iwaie St., Leavenwortli, WIIOLKSALE RETAIL I)EAU:RS IX Staple and Fancy T.9 Gooii 'IU :i tiftEiily CsSL"5i cSU- n:tm lyQB, Gloves, Hosiery, Hoop,-, BalinomU CLOTHING & CLOTHS To Furoi'h a 'COMPLETE OUTFIT or itoth Under and Gutward Wear. iioote nnd Shoos, Hals and Caps! EVERY ARTICLE NEEDED FOR THE CHILDREN A.VD HOUSEHOLD A Fine Dirnlayof Common, Plain, and 2 & 3 Pli Ca pets OIL CLOTHS, RUGS, &c. Tabic :fnd POckct'Ctult'rv, T YANKEE KOfiOWS, ', ALL OF WHICH WILL HE S'lB'" Gre:tlyj Reduced lances! - "" Wc'arc Fiilly !lto!retl f Not to be .UridersoIdyiiT Ho'use iu 'tho Stile, and niireh.ite& m .,$, I with Goilidcrfco in tho Ataurancttlnt thy can ni Get , Bargaiiis Rrganlless cf ihe Cost of Qmk We shall keep poa'eJ. nnd mi-!c"'our Hoods Dvvin withthe tall of.Goklhnd Kaattrn Pncea LOWEST FIGURES! P.EMCMHKR THE PLACE! i No; 52 Delaware .Street. LEAVENWORTH; KANSAS. ;D. A. JIILLINGION &.C0.. Ptpt 15, IS03. Ziii J-u ROBERT-: J. BKOWN. Sv SSSr GTHRtkt sS. fi wl'M -TIN WAEE " c? &aa isb3 COX8TASTLT OS HASP ASD FOK 3it.K- AT Mivcr jPr??s." OTNING '. IK ALL ITS UBANCIIOlRRlKll OH UY I NEW BOOT & SHOE STORE! N. Maconiber & R Ltmiv Manufacture an j Dealers ia all kiad of BOOTS & SHOES, at Macomber'a old sund IN OSICAlTOOSA; ' Hare jnslrecei red the LARGEST AND EST STOCK OF ever brought to thb town,- V9 rkTB '(elected our stock wi'h great care, Expressly for this Market. Our Eastern work- ia ail Warraated to omr Cw&min, the ?ame as work of oar owa akft.TlNS. firm docs not expect to be " " USIERS0LB Bi AM Ull'SE in icivn or country. ''Come one, come all, anJ examine our stock before parcha'ing elie wlicrc. Don't forget the place. East tide of Public Square, Oseaixosa, Kassas.'- NORMAN MACOMBEK. RUDOLI'H LYMAN. OcL I2-C5 263 6a V. .A. Cor. HtSBT Cot. THE MSW FIB8B COY BROTHERS Beg leave t. say to the citizciiif.f Oikaloosa & the PiMie lncrallyr That th-y intend to keep mch a s'-ck of Goods and sell at such j nw ai will nnlte it to lh in 1'itci of a'l to deal '.vi'h th. w. Yc shall con tinue to add New Articles of Trafe T n.r Stcck frtra time to time, to meet the " WAXTS OF OUR PATROLS. We row hive on band, and shall ccns'sntly liecp a cMuple c stock, of PATENT-MEDICINES. PAINTS,VAi mti.ES, OES. f 61lP2HTlWfc GiSOC'EKlidS, . id a!! anicles f unj in a well resula'cd Urnir or Orocry &tc;c tt'AREf ihb diliiculiy of procrrin" nna Jrl. dnIuialM' Drop?, and cun--odol theg-f.-.t ir.:ort3r.ce. Loth tj tirf- nhrsiela-.t w&o rr-.i-r.- ned tiie pai-'cnt who receive tin m. of genuine, undilu'cd ile kmc?. V shall give rrticulsr. r'"""' a Kuucn ncu esrence totr.es-itetion tf r sr.:f and can arnre iN-poh!je that every article cm to taken in perfect ccaUdenco or the legmtnate rcme-'ial cfikt hive all iho PATEXT 3IKDICISE3 of tLe day constantly oj hand. CALTf kW10 P,LLS nt 20 ccnts Pr loxnd all other Jledicinw in same proportion. We rill gooa , ;tt r?ct.jj, 0r j c0 r , PlBFBWlia Eve- liru-sht ta thU msrlcct. hiving or.',red di rect from iha nianufaescri ra in N w York. ,VKv t'cp a tar;e slrnk orTJufTito !:c?n, Rub cer. Ivory, Ciacse .! rtc C'O'tliftJ A full sUkL ot Wisics & Liquors FOB MEDICINAL I'UIirOSLS. OURCJKOCERIKS aMtJi..Ax,rGreVr:c!roiF ixls Ci-jw, Awornd sj.J Fancy Candies. ..w.'l"'" ts's '" p5ch.ii"e f.rr ".km.'- RnTTFIt l)eir.us .f hiitdin'- a5a wm,r,;, ..,S- wcshsllsell at "w RIVER PRICES The moi.oof -I iVcaRd Let Live" wi!! govern ia 111 1'lirdca'ings. Call and se ,U3 before purcLasin" elsewhere, at our new stand on the south siJe .of tj.o Public square, one door west of G. B. Carson & Bro's store- 217-tf COY BROTHERS. E. JH9MPI3tEY&: ' VIIOtraAtT 'AVD RETAIE DEiLSS 1 ivs SZZ4Ci Medicines, . Chemicals, ' iprs; OILS, MNISIIESDIEISTOFI Genise Patent McjIiciMiF. f Ol ALL SIZES OF -lu- Wiatlow' 'Gloss, Largo xxlass fbfVictu'-o Frntacs ' CONCi'ltATED LYgj 'v AXLE GREASE, c; ra, t f W.TII All. THK Arr-OI.MME.-T OT' A FIRST-CLASS DRUG STOUE- Without Ditrasincnt to Other., butM Mm cr or Fact ft i?JlrI0 DVtinc.Ir StatZ-d. that t3c,i in any f the I)eprtrne..ts named auot eaatePurchnedatihUHonw AT IQWfn nCPBES TliHt EIewIirti West of St. Lotus. AND A FAIB.MML.HU.rirtOT nmBIYOVD Al t, l'fgT,CJUI., Ko RdTaneVon imvt of ike BtandvJ TWM MettuiirS of the tl.'Jv-uUW4lt,Wd prie. CALL AND.iEXIN'K JiV STOCKpATirt N. W. CorneT- of Dehware & ThinlSr .. Cnrt in part of Sug3r. C.Cce Cfile En.c, Irnpeiial ed oun? H, TEA?. -lnoU,; and CLettirj; 1 ,, .acr,,, SalenUs, lUWuu Jxk Upper. Spire. Oinp. r.Toiht rc;.,. ;in,t Rot;u .x-ip Iowdor Lea I Shot. Cun Gtr-s C'AndN-, Mi.UI.ei sIkw I hckiri ltruht-, Stcvu l,!ib fcali, (jBctw, Ctuinical Iltucir:. Indi-o, Con- KSV CjiSSS ftft ?, H VLtl (& v f u. IJUUW.flSU, Will practico in Iho Cnurlii JlIHimod LKA VRf WORTH, i 1-11 Sjitr.