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THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 30. 1865.'
Sk HaikjifiMlfnt.
IS l'UBLtsnED EVEET 8ATCKDAX MOK.MXG AT
Oskaloosa, Jeffersoi Cooity, Kansas.
oc gkftHtyeiff.
J. W. ROBERTS, Editor.
Probate Court Notice.
Monchy.the 1st day of January, 1866,
being the day prescribed by law for
holding the next regular term of the
Probate Court, and that being New
Year's Day, the Court will be convened
and adjourn, and no business will be
transacted until Tuesday, the 2d day of
January and of the term,
John W. Day, Judge
Bobbery Co. Treasurer's Safe Blown
Open,
On Wednesday night of this week
the safe of the County Treasurer of this
county was blown open and the contents
abstracted by some TJHains, as yet un
known. Fortunately there was not a
large amount of money on I and, the
Treasurer, Mr. Gephart, Laving brought
up his accounts and cleaned every thing
out on Saturday evening last. The ex
act amount on band is not ascertained.
This is a bold robbery, and only by
good luck the county is savetUa heavy
loss. Hut until the county has proper
buildings and a reliable fire and burglar
proof safe.such things may be expected
to befal us. The wisdom of providing
agaiusl such attempts is so manifest that
only the willfully blind can fail to see
it. It is not only a work of economy,
but of necessity. This thing cf get
ting along without proper County build
ings isremphalically, "peuny wise and
pound foolish-"
Another thing. So long as men are
tolerated in a community who are known
to get their living by dishonest means,
who are known to engage in unlawful
transactions, these things may be count
ed on. Every effect has Its cause; and
while dishonesty is rampant mid the
lawless acquisition of property is not
punished, but the outlaws left unmolest
ed, it is folly to expect any thing better
than snch events as this one. Public
sentiment must not only disapprove of
such outlawry, but the public must pro
'teci itself against it. Without such ac
"lion as will secure the ends of justice
in the punishment of the criminals, i
is useless to hope for better things. I'
the guilty can be reached by law so
reach them; if not, community must be
protected by its own reserved rights.
"Self-preservation is Nature's first
law. "
i 9
Anti-Thief Meeting.
Citizens composing the very 'bone
and sinew of this township, met at the
Treasure's office to day (Friday) to
take into consideration the robbery com
mitted on Wednesday night. W. C. Ball
was called to the chair and H. F. Wool
ley appointed Secretary. The meeting
was addressed by Messrs. Cooper, Gep
hart; Day,Critchfield, Alien, and others,
find a determination to put away the
thieves out of the community was re
solved upon. Some of these are known,
and have been and will be arrested.
I. was resolved that all who are no
with the honest part of community, are
against it, and that auy man who de
fends the thieves or denounces the
movement to 'clean them out,' shall be
considered one of them and be dealt
with accordingly.
A long series of crimes and threats
Jed to this action of our citizens, and
the robbery only led public sentiment
to a focas, Every man. must note show
his hand. The people are determined
that right shall prevail.
Oar School Home.
The bonds have been voted for the
erection ol a suitable school house in
this district, bat the work is not going
forward. What is the cause of the de
ity? Is there lacking anything to make
the work go? This is a matter of vital
importance, and those who have it in
charge are responsible to oar citizens,
aad to the youth of the district, for tbe
fsilhfal aad speedy performance of their
duty. Jf any farther action is needed
a the part of our citizens, let such ac
tion be called for aad had at once.
There should be bo unnecessary delay,
iathta bastaew; bo dallying with an in
terest of such great importance. ,
8o far m we kBew oar board of trus-
ts desire anxioasly to see this matter
pushed forward, bat it aecns.ievcrthe
', to drag; A littlo life and'energy
would probably do asudb to further tbe
good work. Every .possible effort Bbo'd
be put forth at once to accomplish this
uch desired objet.c
wWe direct particular attention to
fc dveriiseaaeat,of William Hall k
wa ta another colamn. They publish
tbe
not exieMivt MaorltneBt of music
of My ,0Bt iH.tJ,e country, and enn
js supply the wants 0f the mtmcul
world in this respect,
Select School a Good Opening;.
There is nt present not only a need
of. but a real demand for a select or ac
ademic school in this place. The want
is pressing, and students that are anx
ious for such a school, are waiting to
see what will be done in the premises
before seeking admission to some insti
tution from home.
For a teacher qualified to conduct a
school of the kind there is here a first-
Jjate opening; and we doubt not a gen
tleman or lady of enterprise would do
well to establish an Academy at this
poinfat the earliest possible day. We
trust some live and active person, with
the requisite qualifications, will step into
the position and supply this lack in our
educational wants.
A permanent Academy can be estab
lished here, and one that will pay, now
and hereafter; and the sooner it is estab
lished the better it will be for '.he pro
prietor and the community.
Man Hung.
We learn that on Tuesday night a man
living in the vicinity of Mt. Florence in
this county, got into a quarrel with some
returned soldiers over an accusation
they made against him of running off
from the draft (after being drawn) to
Kentucky. Growing angry, he drew a
knife and stabbed one of the soldiers, and
attempted to flee, but was arrested by
the authorities, from whose custody he
was taken by the soldiers and bung.
We did not learn whether the stab in
flicted on the soldier was fatal or not.
Nor did we hear the name of the man
who was bung. Such scenes are both
unfortunate and hurtful. They create
an impression that lawlessness prevails
in Kansas, and tend to discredit us as a
State, whereas, in other places such
things occur, and are scarcely noticed.
Every thing relating to Kvnsas is made
prominent, and always has been.
Hence, a row, in this State will be re
garded as a great thing.
Hunting. Messrs. Fortntr and 01
ney,of this place.receutly went on a bun
ting expedition into Missouri, and re
turned at the commencement of tie cold
weather with fourteen deer and a lot of
turkeys and smaller game. They sold
$150 worth of meat principally veni
son, we believe at one time, for the
Leavenworth market, to nur friend Jos.
Evans, who has made some pretty ex
tensive drafts upon wild gsme himself,
this winter. We call this pretty fnir
work for a short trip. Who can beat
it?
ni
The Weather. Since our last issue,
the sleet has disappeared after remain
ing for about a week on the ground.
We had several days of quite pleasant
weather. On Wednesday evening it
turned cold, and before morning on
Thursday the mercury was down to ze
ro. We have had an unusual amount
of cold weather this winter.
Married, On the 19th inst,, at the
residence of Samuel Tibbot, by Rev. P.
M. Buck, Mr. John Adams of Johnson
Co.. Kansas, and Miss Sarah E. Tibbot,
of Jefferson Co., Kansas.
The Atlantic Moktiilt for January
is on our table, richly freighted with
i i . r i . i
cuoice literature. me articles are,
"Passages from Hawthorne's Note
Books; Castles in the Air; Beauty and
the Beast; The Wilderness; The Bells
of Lynn; The High Tide of December;
Lucy's Letters; Doctor Johns; Wind
the Clock; The Kingdom Coming; The
Chimney-Corner for 1G6C; Griffith
Gaunt, or Jealousy; Reviews and Liter
ary Notices. If you bave not already
subscribed for this work, now is the
time, 84 a year; 2 copies s7; b copies
$16; 10 copies 830. Ticknor & Fields,
Boston, Mass.
John S. Rarey, the horse-tamer, was
struck with paralysis on the 10th inst.
He is thought to be improving a little.
TAKE THE BEST I-MOOKE'S RURAL
NEW YORKER, tbe great Agricultural.
Literary and Family Weekly. Ably conducted
and finely printed and illortra'ed. Adapted to
the whole toonixy. Largest circulating journal
of its class in the world. Only S3 a year ; $2 50
to club, flreat Inducements (Cash Premiums.
Ac.,) to Club Agents, and one wanted in every
tows, Now ta the Time to Subscribe akd
roEM cxum ior Vol. XVII. IMS. Webster's
New Illustrated Dictionary, (pricafU,) given to
every person sending 30 new subscriber at club
rate! irpecimtas. Bills, Premiuaa lists, Vc sent
tree. AdOre m. m. a. nnat,
Rochester, N. Y.
Valuable Property for Sale!
TTAVING cone to tbe determination
XT to remove oar entire business to
Oleawood, on the Union Pacific Paii
way,I offer my entire property in the vil
lage of Otkaloosa for Bale, consisting of
Fourteen Lote, with Three
Qjod Dwellings, Out-Houses,
Wells, Stables, etc,
Three of the Lots are on the Public
Square, with a favorable locatoin and a
COOB svoms XOOM,
18 by 48 feet, in the most Busi
ness Part of Town.
To any person wishing to embark in
the 'Mercantile Business, this affords a
fine opportunity. For further particu
lars enquire of
270tf G. B. Carson, Oakaloosa.
SOMETHING NEW!
IMPORTANT TO HOUSEKEEPERS.
Patxst'Cystat. bLCB," for bleaching and
restoring clothes. Much cheaper, and superior to
any other blue, requiring no preparation for um,
and b tho only article extant for bleaching and
restoring clothes, yellowed by age or bad wash
ins, to a pure white without injury.
It does not settle in tbe water and clothes, giv
ing them a muddy bine color, like indigo, but is
perfectly soluble, and imparts a delicate white
blue, and does not injure the most delicate fabric.
It is put up in Patent Safety Boxes, which makes
it very convenient tor use.
Samples by mail, 25 cents.
-
Silvrr-PIatiog Solution,
WITHOUT A BATTERY.
A Fallible DiicoYery fc floasehold Nt-
CE88ITV.
Beintr pure Silver in solution, it gives a plat
ing of Silver that stands the test of acids, with
out tarnishing. One bottle will plate 50 spoon.
Sample bottle by mail, SO cents.
Patent Screw Egg-Beater.
Tax Greatest Coxvxnie.ice ot the age, and
considered the BEbT in use. Ever,)- housekeeper
must have one. Sample by mail, 50 cents.
Indelible Marking Pencil.
SCFEECEDES Indelible III xs, for marking clo
thing, being cheaper and more convenient, and
warranted indelible. One pencil will mark a
thousand articles, nnd is always ready for use.
Satrple by mail, 35 cents.
Patent No-Chimney Burners.
Uskd os all Lahts ox Lantekns. These do
not smoke, smell or char the wick, liko other
burners, and give a brilliant, steady light, Con
sumes one quarter less oil than other burners.
Sample by mail, 50 cents.
Gasoline Burning Fluid.
A New Article, ScrsKiox to any thing yet
introduced for iamily use. One-third cheaper
than kerosene, or other burning fluids. Rights
to manufactute for sale.
Sample aad burner by mail, 50 cents.
Tabic Manna An Invaluable
DISCOVERY". Just the thing for table use. Su
perior to bee's honey. Much cheaper and more
healthy, Costs eigit cents per pound.
Rights to m-muUcture for ale.
Sample by mail, 50 cents
Ever-Peiited Propelling Slate
lE!l'CIL. Sojietuixq Xe I.N the Slate Pjss
OlL Line. Every scbjolbot should buve one.
Sample by mall, 10 cents," with points.
Babbitonian Self-Teaching Pen-
aiANtftliP Enables a Pebsox to Bacox a
Good Writer without a teacher.
Sample set of 90 copies and Chart, f 1.
Patent Vegetable Sliccr for Fami-
LY USE. Sent by mail, 50 cents. .
Shawl and Nursery Safety Pin,
By mail, 10 cents,
t
Lamp Filler Attachment
xso Lmr isuojirLETE without it, Saves
breaking of Chimneys. Price by mail 50 cents.
Pocket Folding Lantern. A Neat.
Ccvfact, and Novel Devjce. &.ntby mail (1.
Barnum's Self-Sewer, for All
.NEV1.G SIACIII.-VES. KomicliineCom
l!e:e without one. By mill, One Dollar.
Babbitouian Pens, Very Superior.
$1.25 per gross.
"R"nwlnri Si'KiPm nf tfu- IWitinn
j.v...u.oU,Uiv..u i aatM.M lillllg,
or secret Uorrespoiidencc,
With Chart and full instructions. By mail, fl
Something New and Desirable.
Lndics' Hemincr and 'Finger-
Shield for Hand Sewing.
O.vE-IIiLr tub Labor or Sewi.no Saved.
fto Ubor of turning hems, no pricking of fingers.
This little utility em?isls of a silver shield us
ed on tbe fore-finccr of the left hand, and a hem.
mer or Snail through which the edge of the fab
ric passes, forming a neat and uniform Item at
tne same time the operator ews. Tiuee Hem
mer go with each shield. By mail, 30 ccntr.
Bird Work-Holder for the Lap.
"The Ladies' Favorite." a ifcvel little con
venience for ladies' use in hand sewing, for at
taching tbe work to tbe lap, or a pae forloT
up tbe dres. Silver-plated and ornamented.
Sample by mai, 30 rents.
, Egyptin Cement,
Fox Hexdixq Cockct:v. Glass, Macule, Fur
Atcre. Leather, Ac One of the greatest dis
coveries of tbe aee, and surpasses other adhesive
preparations. We guarantee satisfaction.
Sample i-ottle bi mail, 30 cents.
"Universal Needle-TIi reader.'
A Decided Imfbotememt an invaluable aid
to persons of weak sight, aud just the thing de
sired. Sample by mail 25 cents.
''Pocket Stereoscope.'
With Adjustable Lei's a neat, compact and
usefal invention. Sample by msil, 73 cents.
"Woman's .Mission
A Splendid Steel Engraving,
12 x IS unsurpassable ss a work ofart and beau
ty. and should adorn every home. Very salable.
Sample copies by raaii, i.
'The Mowing Kiss,1
A New and Elegant Steel Engraving,
13x16, Mezxrotint, very elegant. Price $1,25.
'Gems of Beauty & Artistic Merit
PlCTOKE THAT WILL NOT FADE. $6 per 100.
Proclamation of Emancipation,
BEACTircLLY Exgkaved, a great Naiivnal Pic
ture, a desirable l'arlor ornament. Hy mail J.
Steel Portraits
of all the Military and Naval Ho
boes ; just the tl ing for framing ; 9 x 12.
$10 per 160.
MiseeIIaieiis Portrait,
f 10 per 100.
Card Photographs of Celebrities
aad Copies from Rare and Beaaiif ul Engravings,
War Maps, Charts. M per 100 by mlL
Illustrated Descriptive Cata
logues Sent Free, by addressing
RICE & CO.,
,3783w 37 Psrk Bow, New York.
W. W. ALLKK.
j. K. TOCTSUtt.
ALLEN&TOTJTSLER,
Atteraeyg k CwUficllw at Law
0SKAL00SA. KAN.
00-
Will Practice in Joflctioa and tlio Adjoining
Couiitiw. 235 1
O B. CARSON.
e&mm ft
DRY GOODS
BOOTS & SHOES, HATS & CAPS,
stx irfTicf,rti f ffttfrrc
w iTurtfv $ s& m jh m
li!iiliivtii It? UbT li'wSiiwiaVJ
GROCERIES, JVotimis,
ALL THE POPULAR
PATENT MEDICINES OF THE DAY!
SCHOOL BOOKS, STATIONERY;
Thankful for the patronage
and customers generally, and hoping for a continuation and in
crease of the same, we shall cjpdeavor to keep a
Full Stock of Goods in Our Line,
Which we are dctenninedto sell at all times as
Reasonable and Cheap
as the same can bo purcbased anvwhere in the country. Our mot-
to is "QU!K SALES AND SMALL PROFITS
239tf CARSON & BROTHER.
Mi
HilS
S. A. STERN,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
II Affl)
Straw Goods, Flowers, Ribbons,
Trimmings, Embroideries, Hair Nets, Head Dresses,
HOSIERY, &LOTlj, SKIRTS, SATCHELS, NOTIONS,
Sill; and Lace Jtlaniillas,
Parasols, Sun Umbrellas, Willow Ware, Baskets, &c. &c,
No. 63 Delaware St., Leavenworth, Kansas.
213-ly
Order of Pnblicaticn.
STATL OF KANSAS,
Coustt or JtrrtBiOX. J
In the District Coiirt of the Third JuJicial Dis
trict ot the State of Kansas, sitting iu said Coun
ty of Jciicrton.
James S. Townscnd. PlaiiiiifT,
V8
James Scwcll, John Scwell, Uolie.t Sewell, Ma
ly Ann Scwcll, Alexander Sewcll, Malinia Sew
e! and Thumis Scwcll, Defendant.
It uiiix-arti.;; front atiidawt on file, tint James
Scwcll, Julia Scuell, Robert Scwcll. Mary Ann
Sewell,,Alexiniler Sewell, Malwda Sewell and
Thomar Sowt-ll, and rach of them.rifKle out ol
nd areium-Msidci'taorthcStJiicol KHn'ayou.
tho isid James Sen ell. John Scwcll, Kobort Scw
cll, Mary Ann Scwcll, Alexander Scwell, Malin
du Sewell nd Tlioma" Srwcll, defendants, will
take notice thatJarin-sS Townscnd,oflhcCoiin
ty ot Jeiil'rson, Siato of Kan?,di d, on tho 25th
day cf August: A. 1. 1M5, file hi? pclilicn in the
ofiico of tho Cleri; of the District Court of the
Tlnrd Judicial District, within and for the Coun
ly ol Jtifl'r.-eu, State ol Kansas, o-inst iho.aid
defendant, fcttin? forth, tlial on tlie 25th day of
Decembct, A. v. 1803, one Almeda Sewell, the
then lawful wife of said defendant, James Scw
cll. was &eixeJ in fee impleof the one tilth (1-5)
part of the following land, situate in the County
of Jtikrfon, Slate of Kantas, jnrticularly rtcs
criHed as follows, to wit: Commencing at s Mint
on tbe western boundary ol tho north east quar
ter Ci) of section etRliUcn (18,) township cUven
(11.) of ranee seventeen (17,)lorty-one and one
third (ill) rodb south of the north-west corner,
runnintr tnence south one hundnd and eighteen
and two-thirds (lib!) rods to the south-west cot-
ner, thence east one hundred and twenty (120)
rods, thence north one hundred ml eighteen and
two-thirds (118!) rods, thence west one hundred
and twenty (120) rods to tbe place of beginning :
that nnthe aaid 25lhdav of December, a.d. 1863,
said Almeda Sewell, and said defendant, James
Scwcll, sold and cgrecd to convey to trie sain
plaintirTby good and sufficient deed the land a
besr deeribed. and that plaintiff lhn and there
oaid said Almeda Sewell tho full end entire por-
chnse money therefor.and took and basoer since
held possession tliereot ; ttiai since mat lime aou
(trior to the commencement ol this sail, said Al
meda Sewell died intestate, leaving as her sole
heirs said defendants, James Sewell, Juhn Sowtll
Uobtrt Scwell. Mary Ann Sewell, Alexander Se
well, Malinda Bewail and Thomas Scwell; that
t he said Almeda Sewell did not, prior to her dea th
nor have the said defendants at any lime, cun
vcyed Fnid land, in pursuance of said agreement,
to said plaintiff, and praying that tho Court
would decree title, and for inch oth r and fur
thsr relief as in equity he is entitled.
Ssid defendant are refairdd to answer or de
mur to said psiition on or before tho 2Gtli day ot
Janunry, A. n. 1886, or said petition will be tak
en on true and judgment n-ndend accordingly.
Tim zain aay oi novrniDer; . oo.
R EES & IIOWSl.t?Y.
274.7i 27t Attemeyii for JlsimiA '
THR
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Newspaper for the Family and Fireside) will
ooncntir upon is .
FOBTY-rODKTil VEAst
of publication Tree to
The Church, the Constitution, and Hit
Union,
It is calculated to cdity and plcnsc both
OLD AND YOUNG.
Suliscribc at once, and receive bent fits.
Smple copies sent rHEE to any address.
Tcrme. $:J,50 a year in advanco.
The Ousenvta is one of the largest papers in
tho wjrld, having eight pages lo the number,
with full Religious and Secular Departments,
all ably maintained by a large coipa of Editors
and Contributors of
Ripe Expericacc and tried Ability.
Try if. One Year:
Address. S1DNEV K. MORSE Jr. A Co.,
277 4w 37 Turk Row, Iew York.
Advertise in fho independent.
J. P. CARSON.
Bitot sin.
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heretofore given us by our friends
M$kMkMML
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WILS0jY& HASTINGS
Wholt sale and Retail Dralcr in
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
IHil
O
IBOS, STRT.U, XAIUt,
Corn Mills, Plowi, Cultivaion,
CUM PACKING, BELTIXG, 4a
AMERILAN & FOREIGN
Farming fc Gardening Implements
of all kinds. Sole Agents for tho Celebrated
The Best Known for the Prairies.
Our Stock is Full & Complete,
AXD SOLD LOW FOR CASH.
Call and Examine for Yourselves, at
No. 23 Delaware street, two doors East of 3d st.
LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS.
mar 20, '63 135-ly
Stovcs! Tinware!
The Best and the Cheapest!
V BNEV7MVmC0,
(Late F. R. MERK.)
No. 33 DELAWARE STKEET.
Lcavcnworlh, Kansas,
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HAVE constantly on hand aal fur sale at
Wholesale nndltetnil, the largest assort
ment to be found in the West of
TINWARE AND STOVES,
follow Ware, Jtrpanneds Pretted and
French Ware, Brass and Enameled
Kettles, etc., etc.;
Til Plate aid Tiller's Gctfs.
We are sole agents for tbe ,., ,
Celebrated Stewart Stoves,
the best Stove ever made.
We afoo keen tbe Charter. Charter Oak. Plym
outh Reck, and a great variety of other Cooking
and Heating Stoves of the latest and best Pat
terns, which wo will sea at ir-e text lowest
Micks roB cau. -
We put up on fhort noticu COPPER & IROX
LIGHTNING RODS.
UKACB QUAY'S PATENT
Sorghum Evaporators,
The cheapest and most rapid Evaporator ever
invented.
Our Tin Ware is manufactured ol tho beat
mntcrinl, in our own shop, and wsrmnti d.
Country Deilers will tinJ It w tueir interest
to examine onr extensive Stock. Our prices will
defy competition. Renumber the n amber, 33
DcUware Street.
VAHKEy, ilYEKS A CO.
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Look Here!
A NEW
eieeEtvtrc1 wm
w
THE undersigned having quit the Saloon bn
sjaee has opened a new
FAMILY GROCERY
Ob Delaware street, Oskaloora, where be will
keep constantly on hand the best asvortnent of
artidea ia bis liae to be bad in tbe Market, coa-
rittiBftia part, of
Flour, Buckwheat Flour, Corn Meal,
Potatoes, Meat, Butter, Egji', Dried
Fruits of all kinds, Canned Fruits o
every sort, Green Peas, Green Corn,
Corn Starch, Fish, and a full variety
of
Profisioci of ail Kinds ;
Tea, Coffee, Sugar, Salt, Spices, So
da, Saleratus, Candles, Soap, Tobac
co, Cigars, etc., and nil the needful
articles in this line of trade to supply
The Wants of Families,
All for sale at tho
lOWISf B.ITS3
That can be aflordtd.
Determined to try to merit it. I hone to receive
a liberal share of patronage from the public.
store itoom on tne east sue ol ueiawire sheet,
first building north of Mr. I. C. Smith's ltlsck
smith Shop. Remember tHe place snd
Call and bxamine my Stock.
J. B. HAZEN
Oakaloosa, March 3, 1865. 235tf
UK, SMI H & C0.t
or THK
LEAVENWORTH
REGULATOR,
Comrr of Delaware and Fiurta Streets.
(LAIXCS HALL BLILDIJTG)
LEAVENWORTH, KAN.,
Are now t-fiering for sale the largest and be
selected -ssortment of
SPRING & SUMMER
Ever broasht west of the Mississippi river'j con
siating of all the Staples of the trade, ssch as
Brown nnd Bleached Mtulins,
Prints, Ginghams, Ticks,
Striped Check, Denim",
Stainels, Tweeds, Casimeres, etc.
Also, the finest assortment of
Fall & Winter Dress Goods
in the City, at d a full and eomplcts stock of
Balmoral and Hoop Skirts,
Gloves, Hosiery and Trimmings,
Laces, Yankee Notions, &c. fcc
Ladies', Misses & Children's Shoes,
Carpets, Oil Cloths, Window Shades
Mattings, Rugs, etc., etc.,
All of which tfc guarantee to ?cll at as LOW
PRICES as they can be had anywhere.
uaii aad see us.
Laign's New BIockjNo.92 Del
aware Street,
LEAK, SMITH A CO.
215 tf.
ITCH ! ITCH J ITCH !
Scratch! Scraich! Scratch!
-f-
WHEATON'S OINTMENT
Will euro the Itch in 43 hoars
4 It circs the Prairie Itch.
Wabash Scratch-, Salt
Rheum. Ulcers Chilblains.
acdall Kmpiwnsof the Skin.
Prire 50 Cent.
Bow are of lo ions and Wash
e. which will m t remove the
disease uy sending & cfrnts to Colliks RaoX
BentsfortheSouth-West,) S. W. Cor. 11 A
(ino Fts.,St. Louis, Mi., it will be forwarded by
Vail, free of Postace.lto any part ol thecosv-try.
V uses St PoTTEit, Boston, Maid., Prop- ietnrs-
mm .
GROCERIES,
AND
AGRICULTURAL
IMPLEMENTS
GRANT & PKEST,
Wholesale ftml Kerail Dealers in
Seeds,- Groceries
Implements.
0
Keep constantly or hand a large supple of Oar
den, rield and Fluwt-r SeecH. Oroeenes" Ckrara.
Also. MrConiile'i. W. A. Wood's A Hubb.rtSi
BEiPRfiS AND M0WEKS,
H. A. PittaACo-aCrUbrated
Threshing Machines, ' ' :
Urow it's Curn PUntcn, Furfti and Bra'lpv'a
Sulkty Cultivators, Sulkey Hay Rnkra. Ga'ag
Plows and Cultivatirs, Ptona, Ft. Mx'iiuii and
Clipper lluus. Also, a largo variety of
Shovel?, Hoes, Forts etc. etc.
JJID OF
Thankful fur past favors, we dope to merit and
receive a liberal patronage in tle fume, and in
vite the public generally to examine our stuck,
frcliBX confident we ahall be' able lo'sell these
gord lowerthan any house in tii West x
RAiurnilur ih nl ra.
No. 141 Sbawuo. fit., Leavexwoutu !
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HAKDWABE!
RICHARDS k CHAMBERLI5
ySucemort to J. Hickards,)
Have now on hiai, atprke to cuit tbe tiaes,
Full Sttek if HARDWARE,
Suited to the waste ef every
Blacksmiths & Wagon.Makers
will fiadaLarge aad Coaapfete Assartawat
11 ( & KD STEEL,
Tods, Kails, Borte o, FSe$,
Wagoa HaK'SpaJm, flUaeg, Miits,
arilfga, AxleeSkeisM, ate
lOLL, MKX CAS QE1
Circular Saws.
Gum Belting aad Taciiag; Praps,?
LEAD PIPE, ROPE, OIAlaTS,Ar. -.
Yon and others willaiways'fiod a large Stock of
Axes, Hatchets, Pocket and Tab!
Cutlery, Locks, Butts, Hingw,-.
Spades, Shovels, Sad iron,,. ,
Saws, Planes, Screws,
Iron and Tailsi
Agricultural Implements. Farming
and Gardening Tools of All, Kind?:
Also, sole Ageats for the Celebrated
M01ME PLOW,
Buckeye rowew k Reaper,
SWEEPSTAKE TMRESIE1S, Ik.
ALL OCR GOODS SOLD LOW FOR CAM
CALL AND SEE, AT THE
Cur. of 3d and Delaware StsL,
LEAVENWORTH CITY.
TflOAir80NfEAMESkCROW,
Importers &. Dealers in
GLASS, QUEERS
Brittania and Flattd
WASJ9
TABLE CUTLERY,'
TRAYS, LOOKING GLASSES
COAL OIL LAMPS, tc. ."
No. 65 Delaware Street
LEAVENWORTH, K8.
Admlnistn. tor's Notice.
"VTOTICE i hereby given, that on the 13th day
1 of December, A. B 1S65. Letters of A dmin
Utration npon the estate Rnrillau C. Pimw.lt
deceased, late of the County of Jesseram.
and tatate ot Krnsas, were issued to the an
detsigned by the Probate Conrtof siid G-nnty
and State'AU rersnns h-vin. rlni. .;r,
said estate are required to exhibit then Ibr allow
ance withic one Tear from the date irfastU !.
or they may be pteclnded fmm any keaefitaeT
said estate, and if sui h claims be act exhibited
within three years from the date said lettrK
t hey will be forever barri d.
JOHN F. CONWEU..
2T7w3
Ataiaistrator.
Administrator's Noticcl
NOTICE is hereby given, that on the 9
.of December, a. d. 18C5. Lett-- r a a
utration upon the -state of John Short, daceaa-
ed, were granted to the tufdenimsal. 1 h
Judge of the Prubste Court of JefRhon Omnrj-.
State or hansas. All persona bavfau: dairoJ
against said estate , re rtquixd to exhibit theta
l..r,llowanee wnhm one year froaa the date oC
i If 'T' "r, lbey m,T Ponded froaa snr
exhil ited within three years from the dat, oTsaicl
letters, they wil I be forever barred. r"""
S7T-3w BEKT ARMSTRONG. .
AZEL SPALDING,
Coty At1ney L Nrtary PifcBc,
Offices in Connty Boildrags,
AHD
GKJtssutirrER Faujs, Kassas.
r of
Sheriff's Sale!
STAT K OF KANSAS, " ' ,"
Coo.ti y JtwrtMSjy.
ffb
Itoiuce Keys, I"aia'i5 ; r
Joiws SmitK, Defsndrajf.' , " "J
By virtue f an irdir t Mie, bearintr dat
November 9. A. v. 1:65. n. me tfu, c . d and de
livered, issued iu ll e ab v-j mi itle.l ul- hv .t.-.
Clerk ol the District r-.mrt of the Fir-t Juiri.J
UKtncioi mostatcoi ikanta.itungwith.oatxl
for the County ol U;aveuw ttiu and abolij vir
tue ot the Judgmtul lettered inrnkl svit bjsnd'
Court, on ik ISdiday vf N.-v udwr, a. b. IMS s
I will.oa MandayihcSUi day of Jaaw
mt. A. m. IMC, aton o'eioek, PL jr.. of
tint tUv.al tan CoftrtliosiM rooriu ik-.ji
of Okalcoeo, in the County of JeOenen n I Statr
of Kanas. offi-r at'PtiMfe- Sal. ami WU ,rt .v
hiebest.hirliiec. lor cash ia Jaod ,al ta tj
sale, the following describe! tract uf lani IjW
being and situate intkCsffltycJe4eisws3
ul Kansas, to wit; , v y .
Tk north ( halfof,meaarsh-wvst fV)Msjr
terol section (IS) sixteen, towaskin (lHk.
ranjreJ7)8evniteii.l)liwarsiTrs Laadsn atiii"'
vouuiy oiniaiDin tool tlgB'y
t (ZVi B0) tvo hBodred aad forty doHw.
. ausiAvs
EWng cl Jafemn UiHty, 1
Sheriffs OsaeerOakareoaa. Bet i i
276 Jsr C7teata fllStX
ACAKDTOTHEMrrEURfi., f
DO You wkh to xs. eiuo t If as, sx
lowiwoor.threeb'ihradsofrataek.',Tasv. '
ie Wtera,' aranpwi!I' 'HecTawni.l 61810
CC. kc. and nfter vqi are Miisc A aritk i. L
suli. then try nnn box dt OLD POCTOB BITCil-
"" " . u.ujiriu m tiaxy ral SO
restored to healtkand vigor in leas ikaaSil days.
Th-y arennrely vtgeUhle. pleasaM to lakT
prompt aad aaluury m tbeirenw:ttM tl. l.k.J
down and shatter; a eonatitotion. Da. BtcsUsffe .
B5jiB Srccinc Tius eura in Uii thaa M
ibya, the wcst easra ef Nxav-ctmni lansv ''
teey, Itemaiure Dtcayeminal WeskareIa-
lamtr, and all Urinary, Sexaat, ami Nervosa
Afleeticasvaunsatierfroa wkateaastprocraertL
lricu One Dollar per box Sent, BaMpatjL W
raail, u Kccpt of an o-dr. Adrm
JAMtSH. I OTLER.
Ao4!0 Bmadtray New York fle-r.l Ageat.
l'-S,4-A box ent tonny.ad'lrewuu taetsaksW
price w ich b One Dollar ut Irre
sh is Une iloUar u w-t irre UB' A
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