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THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS,-SATURDAY DECEMBER 30, 1865.
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SAVED.
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.1 believe the boy came in to steal
Why ehetlid he creep into the kitch
en without knocking? .
Pet was silting there in one of her
thoughtful moods; I. could see thio'
the side window, though the luxuri
ant grape-vines hid me completely
from view.
At first sight the boy startled mc.
He was uncouth he was ugly. Not
only that, but his brow was low;
and to me his eye was vicious.
Some children would have screamed
at such an apparition Pet did not.
Instead, a smile broke over her face
like a burst of sunshine.
Pet made us often tremble, often
'sigh her father and me. Not that
she was preternaturally good or giv
en to extraordinary speeches; but
there was a strange attractiveness
about her an unearthliness tho'
we never would say the word to
each olhsr. Her little soul seemed
tb flow out toward you; you felt im
pelled to speak, ay, even to think
purely in her presence. Nothing
human repulsed her; I have shudder
ed to see her clasp a filthy little crea
ture round the neck. Every body
was 'nice' with her, and in her vo
cabulary 'nice' meant good.
AJ5ut to go back to the intruder.
It startled me to see her smile; but
in an instant the bov looked shamed.
A. .flush spread to the purplish swel
lings under his eyes.
Is 'oo htingy?' cried Pet, in hei
clear, small bird-like voice. A mo
ment after she emerged from her
corner'with a lovely rosy apple, that
tilled Dotn wee hands, and running
( toward him, her eyes shining, 1 tho't
I had never seen so beautiful an ex
pression in a human face.
laue 'is. and 'ooi oe nice oo
is nice, ain't oo?'
iHe seemed to hesitate.
iluke ,it,' said I, cheerilv; 'Pel
would rather vou would eat it, 1
f,
know. What did vou wish when
vou came? Can I do anv thins for
vou?' coming in as I spoke
The tears stood in his eves now.
-'Fdon't know as 1 wantanything,
ma'am. I well I I don't know
asTneed anything.'
Have vou a home?' I asked
A a home that's what I nev
er, had.'
'Div him somefin more, mamma,'
said Pet, pitifully, grieving for the
tears.
.gHe looked at her with an almost
wo'fehipprag clance.
! have two or three cords of wood
that- want splitting,' said I
I'll do it,' he cried
briuhtenintr
- 'Can I trust vout' I asked; but I
tried to say it with a smile.
'Yes, vou maVi indeed vou mav,
he said; and then, with a swift mo
,tion jerked his sleeve across his eye,
:He told' me he was called bertie.
and i imparted his name to Pet. So
every little while she would pot, pat
to the head'of the stairs, and crv out:
'Bertie is oo nice?' then tliiow
back her little head and burst into
fuch'silvery peals of laughter, that 1
laughed softly to myself every time
I heard her.
Bertie came next day to finish
the job, and his gray eyes that I had
thought so wicked, grew positively
beautiful at sight of Pet.
4 ' 'O, I love her, ma'am!' he exclai
med. O, Pd give anything if I might
kiss her, ma'am.'
Pet, Bertie wants to kiss,' I said.
Is 'oo nice?' laughed Pet, suspen
ding her busy little operations.
'fcd no J ain't nice,' he said re
morsefully. Sh seemed to deliberate a mo
ment, then she said, slowly:
Well, 'oo mitst be nice;' came up
to him and put up her rose-bud lips.
He kissed her made that swift,
awkward motion with his sleeve
again, and went to his work.
My husband became interested in
the boy. Depend upon it, Hetty,'
he said, 'he's a neglected genius, or
he never would have shown sensibil
ity. I'll see about him.'
He did see about him to some
purpose. He gave him occupation;
found him reliable and steady. The
war broke out Berjie enlisted was
wounded, aud came near dying in
the hospital. From that sick-bed he
returned home refined, spiritulized.
Ahlmfc. 'he came home to weep ov
erPei's still, waxen features.
j-GfniV little salvation!', he cried,
with tear of agony; 'under God
myMiffle Savioil;. , iOJ,
Ivrfinher homcaoove, musi rc
joicflsces Bertip four .an ear
neiEstCdtnjiin Christffor Ihksketch
iuiouil Jin:'- Bertie will" be a
hini.i ugiti, .1 brand saved from
tho'btirniug-, to minister to the heirs
o.velorv,
As tor Pet, do not think I ever
wished her back, ever!
;My waiting 'angel my seraph
guide to the courts Df heaven! My
one little child that never gave the
hearts that loved her a snglc pang,
"0, sucli is the kingdom,"nd wilh
such, my blessed, blessed darling is
safe foievpf more. Watchman and
Keflector.
alilil
Greet not your friends by bare
compliments, "but by giving them.
jkens ol vour love.
W. J, TlIOMrSOS
W. A. ROSE &U0.,
75 Delaware Street,
LEAVENWORTH,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Books, Stationery, Envelopes,
PAPER, AND SCHOOL BOOKS
OF ALL KIND3 C8CD IX THE STATE.
Music Books & Sheet Music
r
BLANK BOOKS, WALL PIPER,
Flatcap, Foolscap, Legalcap,
LETTER AND NOTE PAPERS,
.PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS;
Picture and Frame, Curtain and Fixture.
We would call tho particular attention of Mer
chants and Printers to onr extensive stock, which
embraces marly every article usually kept in
IJooK nnil Stationery House. Uur lacllilics or
Mrp,d ina tho trailo are unsurpassed. ORDERS
a .MAiii ritu.un i.i Aiiiinutu iu
o
Chickcrin? & Son's
i
pianos:
W. A. ROSE & CO.,
flare the Aaency for the Sale of these
ami other Pianos.
Every Piano Fnlly Warranted !
Also Agents lo: the celebrated Grovcr A Ilakcr
Sewing Machines
For tiic State ol Kansas. 155-lf
DR. T. B. TALBOT'S
Medicated Concentrated
Pineapple Cider.
o
Th proprietor Ins known fir a long time thf
very beneficial results nrisinir from tlie u.e of thi-
valuable r-medy, nnd ha? been induced to place
it before the public, lor the benefit of sulier.ng hu
manity, It will increase the strength, give vig
or and action to the svsiem. and regulate dices.
tion. TaVcn intern-illy for pains of all kind,
its "oothing and emetine effect H satonif ning,
Dr. Wilcox, an eminent physician, cmplied
it with gaal success in treating Fevers Dispep
Xervou Afiectkii.-. Weakness. Difcase ol the
Heart Stomach and Rowel. Delicate Ft-malcs
will find it an exrellt nt remedy for all their de
press.: ailment". It never foils ti relieve Jfcrv
mis Tremors. Wakefulness, etc. Ladies have
usd this article with great success to heighten
their color and benutv. It imparts checrfullics-
to the deposition, k brilliancy to the comrltxion.
To travelers it's of inestimable value, where the
water ii likely to vary in quality and tendency.
Persons in any pari of the country may ndopt
tt with the utmost contwence as a timely, cltica
cious restorative.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE.
To Pbevest Sick ess. To a tumbler of cold
water add one tea-spoon full of Medicated Pine
apple CidT, and drink the tirst ihtn ntteryou
rise in the roormmr. anrl the same tietorc yon re
ire atnisht. It will tone up the sys'ein. "An
ouncs of prevention i worth a pound of cure,"
ami the experience ot -a years proves met met
er of the 1'ineapplc Uidcr in warding oil ili-cni
s. For this purpose, one bottle will list a year,
and J3 may thus soa doctor's bill, anxiety,
much vaiuible lim-. una even lilt nseil.
Hillioim Cholic. TnV.e 4 table-spoons full
of the Cider sdtlttl to as much water every ten
minutes; it n t relieved niter three Uoes, an In
jection cfwa-m water with 10 dmps of Cider will
effect a speedy cure. lithe patient i feverish,
use cold water fr injection, with Cider as above.
DiABBnxA. For a violent attack, lake 2 table
spoons full of Cider every 10 minutes till checked,
i-onE Theo t. Put 1 0 drops of ihs Cider in a
pint of rotd wa'cr. nnd use as a gargle ; place a
wet cloth around the neck wh'n vim retire.
Corons . I table, spoonful ot Cider to half a
pint of water ; tike onre in two hiiirs.
Drs rcrsiA 2 spoon-, full of Cider to a wine
glass full of water, take before citing.
'Uravs. 10 drops Cider in 1 quait cold watei
saturats cloth and apply to burn, change as often
as it becomes warm; will relieve in five minuter!
Keep it wet with the preparation until will.
Rheumatism Half pint hot water to a w:ne
glass of Cider, takeevcry 15 minutes. Apply hot
wet flannels to parts afTted. Speedy cure sure.
likuiscs. Wound, Fracture, 1 tablespoon full
f Cider to half pin cold water, drink six times a
day, this keeps bowtls right. 10 drip to a quart
of cold water, with -which keep th- wound thor
oughly saturated ; if there is lever, odd ice-
IlEADtcuE, 2 table spoons full of Cidr to a
tumbler of wafr, take every 30 minutes ; if aick
headache.hal the Cider, A takeevcry 15 minutes
Chill? asd Feveb. Wine-E!a full of Cider
to tumbler ol uuite warm water, take as the chill
comes on, or the Cider without water every half
hour till chill pastes oil; when lever comes on,
IU drops to half pint cold watr every half hour.
Ffcversio'i pa-seJ.ar.d a speoJy cure isefTcted.
j'ile-i. To prevent, when cmtive. 10 droit ol
Ciecr 10 a gill of old water, or if patent is nat
urallv cold. ue warm water, iniect. retiin one
hour,it reiiioiiet the. ('ifiictlly. fho same treat.
ment will tllexnasnteuyara surcureot 1'iie
Cataebh. lOdrow Cider.to hall pint colds
water: take some of the mixture in yoar hand and
nuffit up your nose until it comes out of the
mouth, be thorough with tbc snuffing, in order to
reach the affected parts. Cure certain.
Fevers, of any kind, 10 drops Cider lo a quart
of cold water, iced if handy; saturate a rloth and
apply to,paru aHecied. also 5 drops in a tumbler
ol cold water and drink every ten minutes. The
few r will son be removed.
Ciiolio Dtsentekt. 2 lablc-spoona oil of Ci
der evcrv ten minutes: 10 drop to a quart ol
cold water, and iuiect half a pint every 15 nvn-
-.. :n I II -:..!..
uif"i. iuu win pu u ik mi ugu..
DiSTUKni.D SLEtr, 1 fble spivm full of Cider
to a tumbler of "old water, drink Iwtoro retiring
and rrtieat on rising in the morning.
To IIuqhtkx Coi.oe nnd lieautv, Ijdiestukc
o.ic table s; oon full of the Cider 3 times a d.iy.
Cxeeebled t ioestiox and Want of Appetite,
ll&b'rpooii full in a tnmbler of cold watiriast
thing b-fore, rearing andon ri-inz iu morning.
ScKOFUL. or King's Evil,' 4 table spoon till1
of Cider in a lumblerofcoldwUr3 liaie. a day,
alt), on rising in morning md retiring at night.
Tbavkleu, by taking a swallow ol (he Uitlur
will counteract bi-l til cts ol rJiango o water
Tno same w.ll prevent car or bat sickness.
WAKEruLXLES, 4 table spores full of Cid'rin
a tumbler of cold water on retiring,! fFect magical
Weakness, 1 table spionull til the Cider t a
.,h,I.Iu ,.f 4a. n,l .1rink.'ttt v tiftta tlav
s'iit. G.i.rii ? inhlt- sii04ina fiill to a nintfif I t
colli water, drink all nt once, and rrlitf follows.
Sice UobseD. T.-T)abbitt.of New VorkJiid
a verv sick horso w bich was cured in ten minutes
bv n t intif the Pineapple Cwer. -
Tektu and Ubkatu. For c!e-''nin the Teeth
and rmrifyiog the Jlrrnfh,iiueDrnT. D Talbotl'
Mcdirnted Pineapple CiItf.""
Pif Full DireetiiflM accompany each bottle.
All oidera should be addref-eiLto, , ,t
)i. i. havuii r,Jutei4Ccn4
Noa. G I to 71 Wjthinzton Street. New York.
For Mile, by Druggists, Grocers and Storektep
rr ecii'.tj!!? throuebout the country,
Price P3 pcrbotUe.contuninbne qutrt.
-.2 ' " one pint.
Z " u half pint.
One Quart bottle, two Pint bottles, er four Half-
Pint b-tt.'cs, sent fiee by express on receipt ol
pneo.
Corner of Sliavmee and Fifth Street,
Ifavenworih Cily, - - - Kcnsai.
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Mrs. J. LANDES. - - Prpricir.
:-6::
STA018 LEAVE THIS nOUSE DAILT.
Trfe Tal)fe is nl wans Supplied with i!is llmt tbe
ill. i,.. in-. ..i. lj'i.n '
iTmiAci niivin ..i
! W. A. E08E.
PENNSYLVANIA K-
CENTRAL 2
9
S3
GO
Rail Road. Z
DOUBLE TRACK ROUTE FROM
Pittsburgh to Philadelphia !
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FROM all portions of tho Wot, North-Wist
and South-Wtst. tlii line and its connec
tions form cither the shcrtest or the best route to
I'hiladelpbta, Jiow ork. Boston. Baltimore and
Washington. The traveler may with confidence
rely upon sure connections, high rpced with per
fect safety, and every appliance for comfort that
can be procured. New and elegant passenger
cars, for day and night serviceJia ve recently been
added to the equipment el the Pa. Cent1! R. ft.
At Pittsburgh, trains Irora the West ran direct
tothrs Union Depot, where passengers are trans
ferred to the Trains of the l'cnn. Central R. R.,
which IcaTc Pittsburg and arrive at other points
as ioi lows:
Dat Express Lcrvcs Pituburgat 2,50 a. m
Etopping at principal stations. Arrives at Altoo
na at 7,50 a. k Tyrone 8.44 a. m., IBcllefonte
10,32 A. K., Lock Haven 12 50 p.m., Uarrisburgt
1,10 p.m.. Baltimore. 5,45 p. m., Acw York via
Allantown. 10.20, p m., Philadelphia! 5,35 r. M ,
ami Jcw York via rhiladelphia 10.27 P M.
M Alii LINE Leaves Pitt-dinr? at 5,50 A.M.
stops at Principal Stations. leaves Alloonat
at 11,45, A. m.; Harrisburg) at 0.00, p. m. arriving
at inuaueipnia ai 1 1 2 r. m.. ana XNew 1 ort,
vi i llnladclphia. 10 27, I . M.
PiTTsrCBon and Ebie Mail. Leaves Pittb,
nt 1,30 p. n., stopping at nearly all ."talion", A r
rives at Al'oonnt at 7,20, p. it , H.irrisburg 1,25
a. v., and Philadelphia at 0,10 a.m.
Philadelphia Exkbess' Leaves Pittsburgh
at 4,25 p. M-, stopping only at Principal Stations,
Arrives at Latrobet at 6,10 r. m., Altoona nt95
p. M , Harribbtirg 2,30 a. m , Baltimore 7,00, a.
m. New York, via Allcntown, 10.00 a. m Philn
tlclphia 7 05 a. m. New Yorkt via Piiila. 1 2,00 is.
SLEErisa Cabs run thro' on this train tmm Pitts
butgtoU.iltiuiore,PhilB.iDdX V.viaAllent wn
Fast Li.nb Leaves Pittsburgh at 9,30 P. M ,
stopping ( nly at Principal Stations, arrives at
Altoom 2.30 a M.. Hamsbarg 7,30, a. si. Bal
timoret 12,20 p. M.Ncw Yorkt via Allentown
2.45 r m., Philadelphia 12,50, p. st.,Ncw Yorkt
via Phila. 5,42 p. m.
Breakfast. 1 Dinner. Supper.
T Daily, all otlier trains Sundays excepted.
-00
Tickets for sale to Boston by Boat or Hail.
Boat Tickets (lood on any of the Sound Lines.
Fare to all points as Low as any Route.
oo
SLEEPING CARS
ov xioirr tbains to
Philadelphia, Sew York and Jialtimore.
O
Baggage Check Through and Trans
ferred Free.
FREIGHTS.
By this route Fnigtiti of all decription can
He forwrded to and from Philadelphia, New
York, P.oton or ItaltinioVe, to and from any
point on the Railroads of Ohio, Kentucky, Indi
ana, Illinois. Wisconsin. Iowa or Iissouri, by
bailcoad niatr-r.
Tin- Penn'a Central Railroad also ronaecis at i
rittiurg with Steamer, by which Good can !
forwarded In any port on tho Ohio, Muoirsippi,
Missouri, Kansas, and other western river; nr.il
dt Cleveland; San lusky and Chicago w ith Stea
mers tn all Ports on the Xorth-Wtstern Lake
Merchants and sidpptrs entrusting the trans
portation of t'leir freight to this Company, ean
rely with confidence on its peedy trans-it.
The Rates of Freight to and from
any point in the est by the Pa. Central R. It,
are at ail i times ; as favobable ns arc eliar;cd by j U Uie. For children, mi'fts and young ladies
other Kailrcal Cotnpanicn. , (,rj- arc superior to all otrern.
ft5nc pnrt.culnr to mark packages 'via Fes.n'a I The IIinpsarccovcid with 2 ply double twlst
CnxTBAL R. H,' cd thread, and will wear twice as long as tho fin-
Tor Freight Contracts or Shipping Direction, glc yarn entering wl.icJi U usnl on all nngle
apply tooraldrcrsei'Jicrofthelo!IiwiijgAgentji!"cl hoop ikiru. Thr3 bittom rod on every
ot thn Onipany: J Skitt arc ateo double ste-l, nnd uvicc eir double
P. D. K iscstox, Jr., Frtight Agt-nt, I'h'ilada. ! coven d to prevent tho cocrotng from wcaiing
D-'A-STEtVABT. Iisht Asent. l'ittAurL'h. loir the rod l'en drapzing down stMre. stnc
- ,... .Tl..",.
Ciaci.E &, Co., Transfer Accnlf. 1'itUbursh.
II f. IJcown A Co. Ciiicinnnti, Ohio.
.MOBEIIEAll fc Co , l.oitifvllle, Kr.
H. V Sas, St Iyiuis, .Mi'voari. "
Clarke A Co., Chicago, III.
It. C MWiIrum. General 1'raveling Agent for
the South and West.
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LIVE STOCK.
Diovers oni Farmers will find thi the most
advantageous route for Live Stock. Capacious
Yard?, well uatereil and niftilitd with overv
convenience, have l-een oieneil on this line and
in eonncciior.s nnu eviry attention it piid tn
uieir wan w, wiin ctKice ot ln-irtel rtiiudcl
phia. New York or Baltimort and ia Allen
ton th-shorteit, quickest and most direct route
10 Arvr i orK.
F.XOCII I-BWIS, Ocn'l Sup't, Altonna, Pa.
1 L. IIOUIT, en'l Ticket Asent, Ph.lnd'a.
II. II. HOUSTON, Gen'l Freight Agt.. Phila
The Independent
&&stTf!!$ muz
(Son tli side of JefferFon Street,)
Oskalooia, Jefferion Conitjr, Kaniai.
This Establishment is prepared tn
.EXECUTE NEATLY,
AXD WITH EXPEDITION -
1 .
Every Description of
nun & caiJAijiiBiiJ.
JOB PRINTING .
-, -r ! SUCH AA
ClMCUlJJlHHJPBeCKAniMES
1 1 firFHiew'i; and business
LEGAL AND COMMERCIAL
I'VN
BILLHEADS. JJAND-BILLS,
I OSIERS, St. ., SlQ
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Term; Ctisli on Deliver)
l5POrders respectfully solicited and
pronjplly filled.
J. W. ROBERTS, Proprietor.
KNITTING MAGKSNES
FOR
Families and Manufacturers
Seraetkiig New aid IiTaliablr for
11 TV. nfTrr I do nnkKo thn aimnlest. strongest
W nd best Knitting Machine in tin world.
It occupies but little space is portable and
can be attached to a stand or table weighs
about 40 lbs. "
It will knit a variety of stitches tho break
age of needles is trifling the cost of needles is
insignificant, and the most delicate material can
be knit pure and spotless, as the needle are not
Orders for Machines may be sent through the
American Advertising Ageacy,
3S9 Broadway, New York.
Sono (or a Circular Agents Wanted.
DALTON KMTTING MACHINE CO.,
263-ly 537 Broadway. New York.
SrtcuL Airsocxcaxar.
K. ft H. T. AHTH0WT ft CO.
llaaafKtarers of Photographic Katerialx,
VaoUSALS AID XKTAlt,
Ml SSOADWAY, JT. Y.
T Alhton I r mala tolam of rilOTORRATTnC MA
TUUALS, w an I Imiyvttn for Uw Mlmlc; U :
8TOtE08C0PES ft STEBE06COFIC TCEW8.
Of um r kT n laamM Hortiata t, Uctvtlac Vu Sranf
AaMrina u4 rtntf Utin u4 LuaiomsM, Gntf, SUUry,
Mcatc. AlMiaTotTta(SkHMaM,forcaDUeorprintau
klUllm. Ou CaUlainwW In Mttauj Mn mncalBl
"bU"t" PHOTOGEAPHICALlTJiri:
yrnIIMI hlndac Hum Ute Uw UalUJ SUUt,
klutwDwaafcttaTlsUMaM qaaaUUallafrMi Tariatr.nac
lactoprltaftaaUcaaUlatWcack. Oar ALBUMS Ura lh
itpvlatlmi of aalaf aaparior la taaatTaad darablllly ta aa
tW Tbr will ba ant ar Kail, TfClX, oa ncalpt af aefca.
mb car riNt album. mads to ordeki
CARP PHOTOGRAPHS.
OarCalalomaaow ulm onr riVETMOCSAJIDalBV.
aataaMacta,
MactL ta wftua adiaiioaa Afa coaataaUj Dalac naoa. ec
FartfaiU ar Eauaaat ASBerleaas jttc vts
EnJaaat Aaierleaas ,
,!: absat
IWMaiaMlaaanUa, 100 LUaa.Colm.Ia. UO
Winn
Brir Jlaaarala,
ttOOlaar OSkara. MODiriata.
caioaaia.
tOAnlata,
i navr VBKCia, m Aauara,
lMStara, HrroBlaaatWanan.
lUfiB CoalW Vti of Alt.
TadadlBg rtpradactlaaa af laa bm caWaiatail Kacmbca,
FalaUara, r lataaa, ale, CalaloTHa mim raeatsl a? Stamp.
Aa ordar far Oaa Doara Pieivaaa from aar Calabna wUl i
Slla4 aa tta ratalat af kl& aa aaal ay laaU. no.
iatCTapanaa4suWaaraWta((oadaC.aD,wUl talH
taBlitwaa7-S?arcaat,flkaaaMalwlulVtraraar.
OT Tka arleaa am) fullly af mrfeaaa caaaal kU I aallaf;
aWJwi' raW J'liaii. IS iVtarakt Oa; ft M
Mam,I.C0.
NEW SKIRT FOR 1865-6.
The Gbeat Ixvextiox of tue Aor ix
J. . BRADLEY'S New ru.eHt Duplex
Eliptic (or double) spfl"? Skirt.
This I nv -n tion corisis of Di.ptcx for two)
Eliptic Ture Ilcfmnl Stetl Hpring', mceniuusly
ilraidctl Tightly nnd Firmly torther, e.lgo to
dig-, ninking tlioTooghst,mot Fltxi'jlc, Elas
tic aud Durable Spring ever used. They seldom
Bend or Urcak, liLo the smgh springs, and con
si queutly preserve their perfect and beautiful
shape more than twice as long csany S ngle
Spring Skirt thnt ever has bten or can bo made.
The wnndrrful Hexihitity and great rmnfort
nnJ pleasure to any Lsdy wcniinz tho. Dup'cx
Klintical SV.irt mil bo ciperimctd torticiilnrly
in crowded assemblies, oja-ras. carnascs, Hail
.am 1 .,.. !, ...I ...... a n.m j-'i,iirci Cat nrnmon
adc nnd house dres, as the Skirt can be fo'd-d
when in tum lo occupy a small place a easily
and conveniently as a silk or mntlin drcf
A Lady having crjoyci! tho plrasurc and great
convenience of ncarinir this. Skirt forainl-
dayitill acierltrwartliiwi!liiiglydir.';ise with
! step'. Ac, Ac, which they are coii'.anUy subject
to wlrn in use,
All aro made of the new and elegint Corded
Tapes.anJ nrr the best quality in every pirt.civ
ing to the wcajr the most graceful ami perfect
Shape c8'ib!e,and are ur.iinestion.ilily the lijht
est, must doirablc, conifirtablo and eernornlcal
Skirt ever made.
Wmts' llBatar.r A Cabv. Pr-nrlet,.rs of the
Invention, and Sole .Manufacture.?" Chambers,
aim rj x ai itenilc Streets, ."Vcw-YnrR.
tor Sale in all first-class Stores in this City,
an J inruu;iioai the L'nitnl Mate and Canals.
Havana dc Cuba, Mexico, South America, and
the Wrst Indies.
Inquire for the Duplex Dlljtic (or double)
Spring Skirt. 2G2-Cm
THE XOSPiREIL WASHING XACUIXE.
00
NONPAREIL
WASHING
MACHINE.
flMHS i the only machine in ejistmce which
X eomlines ill the rciuititcsol a perfect washer.
It is a squEcziNO macuixx. operated by a balance-wheel
anil crank (gtartd to run thrtt turns
of th crank to on turn of the hand,) atrongly
made, simple and easy In its operation, anl not
liable to get out oi order. It is constructed on
Mrictly niccjianical principle!, and ilely with
view tu utility and durability.
During the lime tho Nonpareil hu been in hoc,
wince April, 1801, it Ins tstc-adily rown in public
favor; and has demontraled that two-thirds
the labor axd Tivc required in washing by
hand, and nil the wear and tear of garments,
ark saved 13 r its I'tE. A girl or hoy can work
it; and it may beneLispoxTO clkaxsk cloiu-
1NO TIIOBOL'OIILV W1TUCUT ASSISTANCE FROM
BAUD RL'IIIIIXO.
A liberal discount allowod lo dealers.
Sond for free descriptiie Circular tn
OAKLEV4.KEATI.no,
181 Water Street, New York City
256 3m
THE INDEPENDENT:
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foreifiicc, mo dollar and a hnlf encli, to bo iuid
in advance. Yearly mlvcrliscra will he reuuircd
lopaytiuarterly. Troniiieiitadverticnitiitmunt
ho pail in advance. Communication of a per
sonal character will be charged one dollar lVr
aqunro, to be icl iu unupurcil.
GROCERIES.
1 H0MAS CARNEY & GO,
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
FORWARDING AND
Commission
MERCHANTS!
Comer Levee and Cherokeo Streets,
LEAVENWORTH, KAN., .
Have in store the ibllowiag stock ot
Fresh Staple and Fancy
To which we invite the special attention of
CASH PURCHASERS:
3,000 SACKS OF FLOUR !
200 Hogs'd N. O. Sugar,
200 Bbls. Loaf, Crushed and
Powdered Sugar,
100 Bbls. Clarified Sugar,
100 Boxes Havana Sugar;
200 15!s.S. II. &, N.O.Molasscs'
100 do. Plantation do
500 Bags Rio cofiec,
100 Mats Java coffee;
1,000 Kegs Assorted Nails;
oOO Boxes Star Candles;
100 Boxes Mould do
100 Pks. Mackerel &, Herring;
50 coils Cordage;
100 Half Bis. S.C. Soda,
100 Bxs. Babbitt's Salaratus:
900 do. Yeast Powdes: ;
300 Boxes Raisins:
K)0 do Manuf'd Tobacco;
300 do. Soap:
100 Hnlf Chests Tea:
1,000 Bdls. lapping Paper:
250,000 Scgursa
c
U'c have also on band a fine assortment of
PURE BRANDIES, WINES'
In Casks, Quarter Casks and Bottles.
Fruits. Pickles, Nuts, & Spices
Of all kinds, and, in ort, ever thins
el with the
connect-
GROCERY BUSINESS,
Can be had at onr Establishment.
Parlies Oiitfiiling for the Mines
Will consulyhcir interest by purchasing of us, as
OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE,
AND OCR
PRICES REASO ABLE.
BEMEMBKU THE PLACE:
Corner I.cvcc and Cherokee Street,
LEAVENWORTH CITY.
100-tf
PUTNAM'S
CLOTHES WRINGER
IS THE ONLY UELIABIE
SELF-ADJUSTING WRINGER.
Xo Wood Work to Swell or Sjdit.
Xo
1 hunb Screws to gtt out of order.
Warranted Witk or Witkoet Cog-whceli.
It touk the First Prcmiuw at 57 Suto snd
County Fairs in 1863, and nearly double that No.
in 18CI, nndn, without an exception, the pest
Wringer ever made. Agents wantid in every
town, nnd in all parjj ol the world. Energetic
agents can make, f 3 tu $10 cr day.
WHAT EVERY! DY KNOWS, VIZ.:
That iron woll galvn!icd will ot kust.
That a timpU machine is better than a com
pound one.
That a Wringer should be $tlfftdjtutini,dur
ahfo, and tjfleitnt.
That thumb screws and fastenings cause deity
ami iruuuio iu regulate anil Keep in order,
mat wuou soaked
in water will swell, shrink,
ami eulit.
That wood-beating for tho shall to run in will
trriir vut.
Tint the Putniiii 'Vrimrcr. with or without
cog wheels, will n t tear the elothet. t
'Thnt cog-wheel regulators nro not essential.
That the I'lltnam Wriniv.r hat olheailvnnt.
npe, and not on of tho tlindvantajrs naiiied.
That nil ivlrn hav tried It prouounco it the
best Wrin r ever mule.
Thit it will wring thread orabod-quiltirtVA-out
alUratiun.
Wo m'cht fill'tlie paper with tcatiraoipals, but
inert only a few loconunco the skeptical, if
such iiitio oo; anu wo ay to an,TMT I'ulnam's
Wtincer test it thrrutujhly vsi any and aoth
tn, and. if not enUr;i);jttfaciory,!rJtnrR ii.
I'u t wam M akTo Co. Gentlemen; I know from
oraiticvl experience that iron well atvannl
with zinc ill not oxylize or rust oim parti-.
i lie ruuinm vr rniKrr is as near periect as posit
hie, and I can elitcrfully recommend it to bo trie
best in use. Kesjectl'ully yours,
John W. Wukblkr, Cleveland, O.
Many years' expeiicncc in the ealvouiiins bu
siness enables me to indorse the above statement
i( all varticulati.
Jutm C. LtrrxtTB, 100 Bcekman Street.
Mt,w Youir, January, lSol.We lavo tctI
Tutjiani's Clothes Wringer by practical wrrking,
and kuow that it will do. It is rht-ap ; it 1 glm
pic; it requires tu room. .!iet!irr nt work or at
rest; a child can operate it; it does its duty thor
oughly; it s.ars time, nnd It saves wear nnd tear.
We euntly advlsoall who have muth wasliing
to do, with oil intelligent persons who haynny
to buy thi AViinccr. It will pay for iief in a
yoar nt uiott. Hokaok Gukklkt.
I'ainEi- $H, f 9. and $10.
Saniplo Wiiiisers sent, cxproa paid. on receipt
of prio1.
Mnnufactnroil and mjd. wholesale and reliiil.liaf
I'UTNAM MANUFACTURING CO.,
13 I'lalto Street. New York,
llenninKton. Vermont,
Cleveland. Ohio.
KANSAS BOOK -BINDERY,
Oi Tfcirtl Street, below Beliwtre,
LEAVENWORTU, -
KANSAS
TtflAKE BROTHERS having pur-
I chased tbe abebe well known estaUIahnteat
nro prepared to cxecojte all orders for Binding
Promptly and m n suraie manku,
Ilccords, Tax-Rolls, and cv
cry
Description of Books for
County Officers,
madk in? ran but irriav 'mims bkads ke.
Alw, )
BUNFB00KS.
Of any size and qnalitjr. Mieazines. Mueie and
oiber work But up in any binding Kqn'red.
282-6m
GOSLING'S
BRILLIANT, EASY SHINING,
Leather Preserving
A Conipodtioii of Ifeat'iFootOilud
Pirc Ivory Black.
Imparting to BOOT and SHOE LEATHER
tbe Boftneu and pliancy ot KID while with
one-fourth the labor anally employed in the ap-
Slication of the onJlnsry Blacking, it produce n
ET BLACK ENAMEL GLOSS, equalled only
by l'atent Leather.
gold by all Gnocxna ixd Suok Dutns.
Orders received by American Advertising Ag
ency, 389 Broadway, Jfw York.
Whoijhaikd at tbe Mannfacturcr's Depot,
154 Rende Street. New York.
150 3m
New York and Philadelphia
n
THE Subscribers havinz formed a connection
wilh Messrs. Wood A I'tROT.of Philadelphia
under the above tiilc, are prcimcdtu lurnisn ev
ery description of
ORNAMENTAL IRON WORK,
Cast, Wrought and Wire Railings
FOR ZSCIOSISO
Cemetery Lt, Dwclliags,
puni.ic saiJAUE Ac.
Terandahs; fircnlar ft Straiehl Stairs,
DOORS, WINDOW GUARDS.
STABLE FIXTCIXES,
FOUNTAINS, VASES, C.
Also,' hiving pnrchased of tho late firm of
Ilutchinrtm it Wickcrsbara. Caaal Street, their
entire Mock of
Bedstead. Cradles, Furniture &c.
they now clPr to the public, at theie Warcht'Use
THE MOST EXTENSIVE STOCK OF
Ornamental Iron Goods
to be fcurd in tho Uciled Plate-. They Iwvu at
a purch-ed of the A. V. Wire Railixg Co.
ibe patent n,
;ht nnd machinery for making
Wire Hailing, Farm Fcnc,
WINDOW GUARDS,
I3-3atX.3Cjrj:V'C-Vaa ai-S-aarTaa
and ill continue the Exclusive Manufacture
of tho same at their Works.
CHASE & CO.
253 Cm 521 Ukoadwat, New York.
Or lers may be sent through the Americas Ad
vmnsifo Acenct, 389 lroadway, N. V.
The Independent
LITERARY.
NEWS PAPER,
FOR
KANSAS HOMES.
We digti introducing a few new features at
the roromencetn'-nt ol the next volume. We
hall continue our regular department, aad en
deavor every week to give
TE NEWS OF TE STATE,
and also the general
.NEWS OF THE -WEEK,
and so arrange each that our reader on refer
to cither column at pleasure, and readily find
nr item. ""
We shall also introduce a department for
THE LITTLE FOLKS.
the articles in which will bo printed in large.
clear typo, so thnt our young readers ca'wpctufe,
them easily. We shall take ranch pains witir
this column, a we think the children ol every
nouscnuia nugui 10 receive special attention.
Our little: readers may look out for this feature.
Without particularizing further, we impl
add that it is our intention to make the Inde
rexDCST eqaal to anydf not
The Best, Paper in the State
roft TUB
family: circle,
including all agee ami occupations.
1 copy 1 year,
JpcqpicrrTenr,
Sis months half these TkVtm.i In
$2,0t
??.?.
0C
the cash must be field inveriabTy iii iidranre
To jicrsansa unacquainted .wK-'i our bpff,-we
will lurniati it o- mat tour 01901113 for ou cenu
in advance.
As nn inducement to persona to sabecribe now,
w offer tbe following
lotlie hrst new yearly subscribers up to one
buadrcd.'whn pay in advance, we will present a
enpy of EVELINE MANDEVILLE, or Tuk
iioaaK initr iMVAt. a oeenir interestine story
ol tho early settlemmt of Ohio a work which,
at tills juncture, will prove more than ordinurily
atlractire in Kansas : it suits tue Tints ukas
now. "t-lrstcomeliritaerved."
AGENT3 WANTED.
Wo want a few agents to canvass fur the In
dependent, to whom wo offer liberal inducements
k3T"CALL Soon!
J. W. ROBERTS, Propristor.
o
Advertise in ihc Independent
MANIVMAI. VT. J4
RAILROAD AND!
Packet IJMSMlfiiri fjitjr
CHARGE OF THE.
"? "ffftyMy ! 1M5. nuklnceleaaeM.
neebons. STEAMgR EMIUS (BiuKIi ST
Je. Railroad) leave. Knm dtrwZntm
a. m Wyandotte ll j, a. k, LurnwMM
to" rVWeelnSi. W .-
MHCnB j
., aB ywairj tv tu rxtta, wka awkaa
close eonnetKM with Exprs iraia Haawi.
Wiifc Sleeplsisr Car aitmclkW. s(lLJ
t. Jf., amviaffat -
iiiej, Ciieagt u. If. IfiiilexMftf.
UNION PACIFIC RAILWAY TIAUM -we
Lawrence daily at 8 39, a. . eoikL;
with sieamerEmnie WyaadoUeit lulM
EuuiSrai Cwn. SttMimtmLSi
daily with stesmerEanlra at LesTMWertb.
TntsxCLoamCojntrcnoimeaniAepmtZm
sndotte. Learmwcfthaadottwr DraaaiaitLiaa
inivansaaaadMisaoari toresTjIaakt
same evening, and -r
St.Louis.Quincy 6c Chicago next in
THROUGH TICKETS for sale at TJckat iX.
fiees of H. Sc St. J. R.R. ia UwW&aa.
Citr, LeaTenworth and St. Joseph.
Extxxsivx Rrriiaaorr the H. 8c St. J.KlL
new iron. lies, asd additional rnlliiu, .,-L .
ble them to offer these iarportant chaBKea'to fa
cilitate TKAVU. Br THJ8 KOCTX.
C. W. JCub . GeB'ISHperiaaMrfeat
P. R. GUir,fl' Tieket Amtmt.
tt. H. CouRiBisiiT. Cea'I FieVt Aft.
HaxjrreAi, Me."
GRKAT EASTERJT ROUTE VIA
OHIO & MISSISSIPPI!
BROAD GUAGE
RAILROAD
Making the quieVrst time from St. LoaU t
Cincinnati, Lou:.Z Na?bvile ana
Eastern Citie! New Turk. 42 hours.
Ktlfbarp"! hoars Bostna; 44 boar.
Wheehnr, WJhoara. PbiladeIphw.38hoaBU
Clvelano 1 iMMtrs. BaltiaJoT..86 hoar
BuflH-r. 281 hoara. W:Mbiiwto,37lhota,
Lou isvide 1 1 1 hours. Nashville, 20 hour.
rrom St. Louis to Cincinnati without c tsaB
or cam. From Cinrinnli t Cleveian-I, Pittt
burg or Belhir, withf.nt change of mra
Baggage Checked Throigli.
Tbell &St.JoeR.R.,n.lKe..kuk pseiary
lheorth Missonri, and the Ohio A f!sssipai
,l: 'V "H'te. cIe nd reliable e-nncctio.hiat
Cincinnati, wi'hootnmnibu. ride, with the Ctrar
teR.doftbe Wet.
Tbe Utile Miami A Collamboa A Xenisaai
Cincinnati. Hamiltnt A Davtcra Rail-Racb, f r
Dayton and Collnratus. With the Clevclaaa
Collnmbos and Cinrinnati U.K., for C'erelaw
BuffaloA aiajara Ealls. The Ktrsbars.CofaM
bus 4 Cincinnati, and Frt Wayne A ChieaaoR
R.'S for l'ilt.barsh andHiiladeli.bia. The&a.
t.al Ohio B.IL. forZesville. Whreliagand Bal
timore7 Marietta A Cincinnati R.R..f.,r Chilli-"
ciiheuJariftta. I'atkeishurr snd Halt-more, al
with cither of the Foar Great E-utc.-n Lines foe
New York or B-iston.
I"a.jergrra by this route have the advantage T
wide an'! spacious cars, with greater liberality ef
room buth in seats and in ai!cs. than eaa .
found on any other Railroad in the West, aad the
comfort afforded by
Foole's rttl TtBtiltled Can ij Hj
Ana tvoies.palent ven' 'ted alceoin" eanW
nisht.
l"asan2crs from the Wot by the Ohio A Hs
'ssippi ll.ll.. have the adv.iutize over loose W
other line IN TOE CHOICE OF SEATS AN
liCKTHS, from Cineinnati,sj tl.ere are no ekes
ces of cars between Cicciunati and ClevelaaA
I'itubunrh or B'llair. "
Two daily lhre2h Express" train, (Sundays Ex
itptcd,) one train Sunday evrniny.
Ohio A Mijsiipi tin.e TKX minute fartrr
than St. Ijoui- time. The pnUicarrarepectfoBr
cautioned agairut bills advertising other reeve
uaking quicker time.
Ak for liekets vit Ohio A 3Ik-iR-ipiiR.R,V
tor infonna tion, applv at the Office. So.at
directly oa the corner of Fourth and CaejaatSau
Bader Planter' House, l LouK 7
T. LOUOIL "
- Gea'l Ticket Apae.
1864. For the Winter! 18S.
TOLEDO, WABASH '-
AND
GREA! AVESTERS
RAILROAD LINE
FROM QUINCY TO T0LEDH
TWO DAILY PASSENGER TRAINS kwe
Qaincv, in connection with Hannibal & St
Joseph Railroad, making Seas asd Diuct Cb
xiCTioss to Eastern dues.
Passengers leaving St. Joseph at3.-45.Aat4
will leave Qoincy same afternoon at 4:51.
The Day Express leaves Quiocy at 4:45, LM,
Tho inducements oflerwl travelers by this Lit
are The Shortest Route, the Quicks
Time, the Smoothest Track and Saw
Connections all made in Union Dei
a Superior advantage over all otter roea.'
New Sleeping Cars on Night TasV
affording passen'trsa Coos Kicbt's RiaTtjUr
rapidly pursuing their journey.
JKT Advertised FaL'eheods hall be ttnrm.
The Re-lU able Road, the C. B. A Q., adfersa
that thay are the Only Eutem Conneerion ef aw
ilaoiiibal &. St. Jo. R. K , that they make aaiikji.
cr ime to Eastern Cities, surer coniiirtioaasM
that their Deoot in Ouinev iatnmlitl at Bathe
ry Landing, all of uhie they Inute tubf
and is intcntled to deceive Travelers. TJTbW
FACTS ARE, tho Depots or both roads in(l;
cy are lew than 200 yards arrt,
iO()uinibus Tickets Furnished FrreofOeaTl,
to passengers buy iug ticke s bv our line, if ,
wisli to ride from the Ferry to the Depot in (
cyDUtancc 4 blocks. yi
IMPOKTAJIT NOTICE. L
Passengers by thisrpate will reach t'itaBV
7 Hours Quicker than via St Loh'J4
Chicago, ami IndUnapoIb 10 Hdou SoOJ Jt
Brsgase checked through from Su Jet aA
JtrBy this Short ahdO.VLY DIRECT Ksj
Pass- ogees avoid all Debits,, and ikslr","";
Hotel liills and .Omnibus "Fre they re JjE
meet with at St Louis nd Ch'caeo. ,
Tickeu for sale at all Principal OficesefJ"
If. A St. J Road, and at oar Office ia U
Travelers ate Keapectfully Cciwai
false represenutiona of Runners of other 'jffl,
11. U UiXtDELL. H. C. HK5UWI- .
General Agtai,
Qoincy, III.
Pacaeagsr 4
eaeawofth ,
OBe 0s ? PARKE,'
1
VBOLsmaLB A UTAU BCAUOt w
DHUGS, MEDICDiBS
Chemicals,
a oaxaiiaraaairj 9
Fata
wot 8iSp susaJi
?
Oils, Burning Flui 1, Varnishe 5
sluira, niiKiein-uiass.rueey, u
wuw,i Hi4Hiu'ii,iui man. jr. '
Perfumery,!: ancy and Toilet Artice
No. 58, corner Third aad Delaware a
LEAVENWORTH, KAN. :
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