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Xcomspoaa'nt of;lbe toalanOOa-
Adrocste, speaiu5 wu..-. .v,
tn termination of the Lake, add:
al ..! f the dtv !l cHswrlng. Superior
loathe Lake. Population rJW.swseStfay
X J, idUng UU to i ottrt-."
n. rrrbody baa'read of the search of -
Art for a father. Itwsasusstonishlngpcrfbr
lace, says s Republican paper, bat nothing
He tie search of Dooglaa for mother.
fr"The Mobile Tribune says that in the
Sarth DougUf U losing strength daily and Lln
srfs gaining !t-
rr Three hundred Germans nowjbelonging
tie Republican wuo 01 rcona, voiea ior
rj Judge Douglas has abandoned the slang
1 0f the "Little Giant" for another which
beooabtleas oonaidera mere appropriate, a. At
retrsborg,Va..ke designated himself as ' the
U The Hon. Edward Archbold, a Democrat.
It neober of the House of Representatives
fna 1813 to 1645, a member of the Ohio State
Scute from 184? to 1849, and one of the" frai
en of the new Constitution of the State, has
joae out for Lincoln and Hamlin. His defec
tion U a severe.blow to the Democrats. "
IX CowoVt Staid it Lorar.u John Ha w
eU, of Hewett's Corners, Portage County, Ohio,
vt'dfcu voted' the Dsmocrstfc ticket for forty
jetrt, hii nnally beenWapclied te dissolve
tii connection with that party, and he now go8
forlinooln-and Hamllh. 'if f
CT The Buffalo Express says:
Abe Lincoln was always honest, and always
will be. Douglas never was honest; but he will
luntnut man after the election.
j" The Bangor Union gives the following
fccBorous aaalyils of the term "8quatter Sov
ereignty:" , ,
"Squatter," a fellaw that squats. "Sove
tipty," power, ability. "Squatter Sovereign
ij," the fvtr to sfssU It also means a sorer.
tiro iqiattlng, as well as squatter sovereign.-'
T The New York Post makes an elaborate
ctleuttttoa reipeellag Lincoln's prospects In
Ner York,1n which It gfvea the Antl-Rcpublf-rtsi
20,000 majority In New York City, and
10,000 in Kings County, and figures up 46,700
Republican majority in the 8tate.
CTheMllwaukee (Wis.) Democrat says
that Edmund Jasscn, of Columbus, brother-ln-
li to Csrl Schurt, and a prominent German,
hi dissolved bis connection wjth the Democra
e;, and wm ntreanerworK wttn tne Kepuon
ant for Lincoln and. Hamlin. -He Isa-'man of
lailiicaee among his countrymen,' and "thrice
umi," ai be Is, in his' relations, be will 'do
our ctuas excellent service.
DTbe Republican glee clubs In the Eastern
Sutfi are singing the ballad of "Stephen in
Mirth of bis mother." Here are a couple of
At Canewl lii, fa, Imp are ra ladlj aflVcttd
Sj Iaelilcal lift and qalta antiptclad.
A lirlmK matron hs;(ad hm eloie broth r,
WMIa at, heat it ol, thoojht ha'J then fooad hla moth,,.
Ta factual a Imtenad, Wia( told by a dream or
lr,tit iha ntfjto be' aboard the bij ttaimar,
TUtfli Suti naa ai jirr, aa.l for f,ar ha ihoold toolbar,
lit turned away without fading bit mother.
DA Good DirraiCTTo Lite it. There la
an election district in St. Lawrence County, New
York, (Silai Wright's old home,) which is ten"
miles lqngandffljo-Aile8 widen JJlie whole
number of votes given for Governor in 1 858 waa
ISO. Morgan had 140, Burrows 6, and Parker
All of .the Sorrows men are new Lincoln
men; two of the Parker men experienced reli
gion lut winter, and one of them a abort time
go laid that he had always been a Democrat,
but, since his coovornon, be oav looked at these
things rtry differently. At the present time
tiers is not a man in the district with sufficient
Mtnrancs to declare Tiimself for either the
Northern or Southern Democracy.
ETAn enthusiastic Western poetdeclares that
ttrmhel V. nl Sltfhea A.,
Like otbar 4i,laTa had thalr dj.
0Cokig, Goitc, Gojie. The Chlcgo
rrtsi k Tribune says: "The "coming man Is
Abraham intoln; the going man is John C
Breckinridge; and the gone man is Stephen A.
ttouglas. As for Mr. Bell, he must be put
don among the" dead men."
XTFuitn: TrriDg to make the Bell-Everett
umi of New York rote solid for Douglas and
Johnaon. ProUblt mull: An addition of 40,
l" American Totes to the supporters of Lin
coln nd Hamlin.
CTThe Republicans of St. Louis elect one
Senator and twtlre Representatives to the Leg
IT Two of the gentlemen pat up as Presi
dential Electors by the 'Douglas men in Iowa,
Kfaae to run. There are a good many Demo
at out there willing to be buried politically
ith Douglas, but they don't wish to.becom
rHtd to dig their own graves.
rrThe Chieago Times says Judo Douglas
ill be in that elty in September. He won'tbe
tailed away In November.
"CTA Doccus Bimar Silucxo The
Sou Western News, published at Americas,
Ga whieh came out for Douglas a few numbers
men, and ra.unted with guns suitable for the
cauieof thalr chicr.
JTMannel Beaahaw, of Erie County, a Whig
and aa American of forty years standing, says:
"I cannot promise 'sny better way for the
Americans to defcatthe three D'a (Democrat
ic, Demagogue, Dotglas,) but to cast tbelr rote
for Lincoln and Hamlin.
CT AxoTBia Accission. Hon. S. If. Casa
J. of Sioux City, Democratic member of the
iiaiar rrom tb District two years ago.haa
tawneed Douglasiem, and come mt- for. Lin
w uemigogue, Stephen A. Douglas, any Ion-
TCT, and has th rood a.n.A n annnnnnM hla A.
tfrminaUooio support the cause oCfrtedom, In
person of "Old Abe."
D The Republicans achiTed a remarkable
yy Milwaukee, (heretofore a strongly
'eaocrttip mtv -w.j j ,.., l.-.v.
Kepubliean candidate for City Treaaurer, J.
Teach, was elected by 932 majority! It
" MMlyBiTen3iooo Democratic majority.
J3" Ta Potmen. BazAKtu. On t poster
Mftrtiaing a Negro Opera Troupe now perfor
gdown East, isabig cut of adarkey head-
ae ag (Republican, no doubt.) recently
5 "' Waeth the cut. mi one of the bills, "This
' "e roek on which the Democratic party split."
CfThe Intellieencer criticises the Renubli-
P'atform-fornot containing a. reign policy
Cl18e. Will that inimi.1 k.l U.. " 'rjilt
? ' & "clause" itfthe platform of the Bell-
-.jv-.u.. mw , K-""
IMtt Patty, which it supports?
The Boston Post says, the Empress En-
77, ,s: : Yes, so they' say, and Louis is
H T-l- rl . .
.nstnietod to prepare inm to ft
Rnbliengir Hutonri. nrging them to
w,ndicate(tie.r principle at tha enadir
Prw.detitiiajelect.oD. wtboat affiliatiori
With maj other party. ,
CoLrjMBos,0., Sept. 4.
There ts largo BU and Everett man
meeting hore tonight Hob. Lv D.
Caaspbell w speaking in front of the State
noose, uren. jjesiia Uonmha tni rit.
him. It is a largergathering of the peopU
io087 OCCMion f '! kind aince
aouu. wreai entnnsiasm nna;i.
- Watbut, N.Y Sept. 4..
noi... uainsna a. Urow was to-day
uu.u..uu..o.7 nu.uiu.iea ior a aixth term
in Congress from the Fourteenth District
of Pennsylvania. (
" PHILADKtPHIA, Sept. 4.
The Repnblicans or the Sixth District
have nominated Hon. Mr. Hickman, and
those of the Eleventh Jas. H. Campbell,
both members of the present House. .
JtlovmuzttVt., Sept; 4.
The election for State officers and mem
bers of Congress took place to-day. Ee
tnrns for Governor in 29 towns give
Erastns Fairbw.af (IlepnblicanV) 6,885;
John O.. Saxe, (Douglas -Democrat,)
487. Majority' for Fairbanks. 8.7P.3
Majority for'Hall last year, 8.064, show
ing a Republican gain of 699'. These
towns embrace' one fifth of the State, and
indicate the election of Mr. Fairbanks.
Sixty nine towns sleet 48 Republican
Representatives, showing a gain of seven
over lsst year, and six Democrats, a gain
of four. ; -
i Utioa, Sept 4.
Hon. Roscoe Conklin was (o-'day nom
inated by acclamation" for 're-election to
Congress by the Repnblicans of this
Lockport, N. Y., Sept. 5.
Tho Daily Advertiser of Niagara, and
Weekly Democrat, the only naners in the
Connty, at tho mast-head of which the
names of Douglas and Johnson have ap
peared, this morning come out in favor
of Breckinridge and Lane.
Trentoh, N. J., Sept. 6.
John L. N. 8 1 rat ton was nominated for
Congress by the Repnblicaas of the Sec
ond District. , . , .
r . ScruNTOH, Pa.,. Sept. 4.
Col. Q. W. 8cranton was re-nominated
yesterday, for Congress, by acclamation.
Milwaukee, 8ent. 5.
The Breckinridge Convention met in
this city yesterday. Abont 150 delegates
were in attendance. A full Electoral tick
et was nominated.
From present appearances it sesms as
if Mr. Lincoln would be elected by de
fault: In all the Free States, the Breckin
ridge men art running tickets to help
It is self-evident that while Breckin
ridge has no possible chance of carrying
any Free State, it is equally certain that
Douglas can carry no Slave State.
Stranger things have happened than
that which now appears to be within the
bounds, not only of possibility, bat of
probability to wit, that Douglas or
Breckinridge will neither of them ca'rry
a single State.
While the division in the Democratic
ranks North, will enable Lincoln to carry
every Northern State with ease, the di
vision of the party South, 'may enaois
Bell to carry every Southern State.
Thus we may see Mr. Lincoln elected
by default ; receiving the electoral vote
of every Northern State, while Mr. Bell
will receive the vote of all the slave-holding
States ; and Mr. Donglas and Mr.
Breckinridge are deprived of the vote of
a single State.
All the Republicans have to do is to
see that Breckinridge Tickets are put in
nomination and supported in every Nor
thern Bute. We observe that this is
already being done to a very considera
ble extent Even up in Vermont we
perceive that a Breckinridge Tickot is to
be run I
The President, "also, is doing all in his
power to help on the good work au'l is
turning out everyc Douglsa "officer who
survived the Lecompton slaughter. There
is" not one of them "to be "left'. Chicago
DKLAvrARG. A correspondent of the
New York Tribune, writing from Dover,
Del., says Lincoln is gaining ground in
that State, though with no probability of
securing its Electoral vote. He adds :
The Bell men and Lincoln men- here
work together on the State ticket, .and
the best foiling exists among us gener
ally. There are a " few Bell-Everett men
who are sore on account of their failure
to obtain the management of the Peo
ple's party, and afterward to induce the
State Convention of the People's prty
to indorse Bell. It adjourned with three
etiMra for Bell and three for Lincoln. I
mention this solely to show that there is
'v, . .a- 2 .. t. -a a!?!, tn (Yin
agoouieeuug '"""- t! V
event of-Lincoln's election? wmrender
it a matter "of comparative eaie to unite
our whole opposition hereafter ,in sup
port of his Administration. .
i a .
Vermont Slectipa. ..
- .'MoirrreuER! Vt, Sept: 5. '
The retanw from nearly one feahT of the
BtateahowTil Majority for" P;rbank8.
All the 'Republican candidates' for Con-
m,o . mUruA hv increased majorities.
The State Senate elect is entirely Repub
lican, and the House stands 9 to 1. -
8U Joseph Markets.
Hemp, $95 to $105. Wheat, lair to prime
Fall, $1.05 to $1.15; choice Spring, 85 to 90c
Flour, from $250 to $3.75, according to bran
Oats, scarce, at 40c. Eye, 40 to 50e.- Whis
key, 19 to 84c. Hides, dull at , tasaiy But
and 4o lor green. w, aw-iiBu, -.
Sucar. 1 to Mc Molasses, 45 to 50e. Coffee,
. . - vr-i .. 1H A 4M
16tol6c- Salt, $1.80. Hogs, 4 5c, gross
Cattle, marixet well supplied at $3Ct gross.
Potatoes, good supply, at 45 to SOe. Api;
91 to 33 per an.
At Oregon, Mo., on Thursday, the 6th Inst.
.ria...imi nf the Bowels. Eur) Do0-
jvpv, daughter of William .and Sarahtfen
io:e as o caarrPL iTtrncTio has enabled
J- L. Curtis, in compounding bis M.mainke
Liniment, and Compound Syrup of Sassafras,
to proVMe'the public with the-best and most
complete remedies of the day. We have fre
quently beard these medicines spoken of in the
highest terms, as certain to gWe relief when all
other remedies fail. One 25 cent bottle often
produces remarkable results. Erery fsmily
abould be constantly provided with them. There
is no telling when occasion may arise for their
nse. - i rni.iK.
i n- -
Wkite Cleat Markets.
Floarr?) sack, " - f-f50X50.
Wheat, y bushel,1 80c.$1.00.
Oats, Z " "" Wc.
Cora, .' - iaear,25e.;shlied,35c
Corn Meal, ' 50c
Potatoes, ' t .. 76(3$1.
White Bean's, " L $1.00.
Hungarian Seed, r , 50c.
Hides, T(t ., t green, 4c; dry, 10c
Bacon Sides; Shoulders and Hams, 10llc.
Lard, " ' ! i.''l0c'
Sugar, -,-' 10c.
Coffee, . ', lCjc
Butter, ' '' 10c
Eggs.Hdos., .'. 10c;
Molasses, f, gal., '" ' SOcg.M.OO.
Whiskey", , S0c.$l0.
Buckwheat Flour, f 100 Jbs., $350.
Salt, sack, " ' 2.00.
Nalls,-f 100'fts., L " ' ' $4i0.
Lumber, green, "$ 1M feet, $1.0010.
Shingles, ? 1J000, $30.
Wood, cord, $3.00
&l)t Kansas )tiy
IS rOBLISIRD EVERT THURSDAY, DT
SOL. MILLER, Editor and Proprietor,
WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS.
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person sending a Club of fifteen er mora, will
be entitled to a copy one year, gratis.
Rates for Adverttniiis
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Each additional Insertion, 50
One square, one year, HMO
Business Cards, of 5 lines or less, 1 ytsr, 5.00
Liberal deductions will be made to those who
advertise by the year.
The privileges of yearly advertisers to bo
confined to their own regular business.
Administrators', Executors', Flnnl Settle
ment. Dissolution. Eatrav and Petition Notices,
and announcing candidates for office, $3, in
Displayed advertisements charged extra.
Special editorial notices, and communications
of a personal nature, $3 per square.
Advertisements received, not marked for any
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ued until forbid, and charged accordingly.
All transient advertisements must be paid
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Legal advertisements charged to the persons
ordering their insertion.
Tho above regulations will bs in all eases
rigidly adhered to, unless varied by special
D" JOB PRINTING, of every description,
executed in good style, upon short notice.
S. M. PETTENGILL & CO.'S
119 Nanau St., N. Y., and 10 State St., Botton
S. M. PETTENGILL & CO. are the agents
for the "Chief," and the most influential and
largest circulating Newspapers in the United
States and the Canadas. They are authorized
to contract for us at our lowest rates.
J. S. POST, General Newspaper, Adver
tising and,Subscription Agent, second storv
nortb-west'cornerofChestnut and Third Sts.
St. Louis, is our authorized Agent in that city
and is empowered to contract at our regnla
W. H. FORNCROOK,
(Successor to W. II. Van Doreu,)
Dry Goods, Groceries,
PUTTY, GLASS, SASH, &C, AC,
WOULD respectfully inform the citizens of
White Cloud and the surrounding coun
try, that he has recently purchased the entire
interest of W. H. Van Doren, and will continue
in the trade at the old stand, on Main Street,
where tie hopes, by strict attention to business,
to merit a liberal share of patronage. Believ
ln" that " a nimble sixpence it-better than a slow
thilling," he intends making his excluthely a
Cash business, and invites all who wish to pur
chase CHEAP GOODS, to give him a call be
fore purchasing elsewhere.
V W. H. FORNCROOK.
White Cloud, September 13, l8G0-tf.
James M. Clark vs. Absalom Eledge.
NOTICE Is hereby given to Absalom El
edge, the defendant in the above entitled cause,
that a writ af attachment has been issued by
Giles A. Briggs, a Justice of the Peace for Iowa
Township, Doniphan County, Kansas Territory,
against him, the said Absalom Eledge, and his
property attached to satisfy the sum of Eight
Dollars and Four Cents demanded by James
M. Clark, the above named plaintiff. Now,
unless you, the said Absalom Eledge, appear
before the said Justice, at his office, in White
Cloud, on the 20th day of October, A. D. 1860,
at the hour of ten o'clock, A. M., of that day,
and shoW cause to the contrary, judgment will
be rendered against you, and your property will
be sold to pay tne saia aeoi, as aooTe uemacu
ed. JAMBS .M. CLARK.
September 13, lcW-3w. its iee.fi.
Isaac Doncy vs. Absalom Bledge.
NOTICE is hereby giren to Absalom EI-
ed"e, the defendant in the above entitled cause,
that a writ of ' attachment has been Issued by
Giles A.'Bfiggs, a Justice of the Peace for Iowa
property attached to sausiy tne ram 01 rire
Dollars and Seventy eight Cents demanded by
Isaac Doncv, the above named plaintiff. Now,
unless you.'the said Absalom Eledge, appear
beftwe the said Justice, at his office, in White
Cloud, on the 20th day of October, A. D. 1860,
.. ,t, honr often o'clock, A. M-, of that day,
nd show cause to the contrary, judgment will
be rendered against you. and your property, will
he sold to pay.tbo said debt, aa above demand
be sow w WJ WAAC donev.
September 13, 1860-3. Pr'a fee, $4.
AVING sold out Bsy entire stock of goods
, Mr. W. H. Forncrook, all persons
. : thmselres indebted to me.
indebted to me, wW
Seasa come forward and settle their accounts
!Vi ..v ...k . h not, sji mr Hooka must
rl ctosed. WTh.' VArf DOREN.
August 16, 1860-tf.
PLOWS I PLOWS 1
-a-i a viKft received an aareacv
XI from ths ssanstactorer, I am prepared to
f!rBiai Prairia Plows of all sixes, doable and
single steel Shovel Plows, Harrows,- sad CaKi-ntors-cbeap
for Cash. - .-
T.iofw-c-a-K r r,w H FORJ1CROOK-
. White CUdJ'lne2359tf' ' '-' '
SAMUEL L. JENNINGS.
Ferwirding tad Cawtlssioa Merchant,
WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS,
Has just received a large lot of
Blsss ail Itsk Matrassesf
CHAIRS AND TABLES,
LIQUORS OF ALL KINDS,
FloarJ.i... -Molasses,, Mackerel.
-Sugar, v,f Tea,-- Coffee,
SfWrc. Cd,,' Tr'
GROCERIEB 0F&LL KINDS,
'- FAINTS AND OILS,
Which I will sell as low as the lowest, exclu
sively for Cash.
The highest price paid for produce.
All of Jarae's Medicines for Sale.
' 8. L. JENNINGS.
September 13, 60-tf.
-' Sheriff's 'Sale.
Albert Ferry )
1- vs.. . Execution.
Henry Gail. ).
NOTICE is hereby given, that I will, on the
20th day of October, A.'D. 18GU, at one
o'clock, P. M., ot that "day 'offer for sale, at
public auction, at the Court House door, In the
city of Troy, Doniphan County, Kansas Terri
tory,? the! following described teat estate, to
wit:! the (north east .fourth of the south-east
quarter of section 19, towAshio 3, range 19, sit
uated in said County of 'Doniphan. .Taken as
the pronertr'of Henrv Galliby virtue of an ex
ecution to me directed, issued from the District
CourTof Kansas Territory, sitting in and' for
the' said County 'of Doniphan, for the trial -of
causes arising under the laws of said Territory,
in favor of Albert Perry, and against said Hen
ry Gall , to satisfy said execution and costs. So
much only of said 40 acre tract will be sold
as may be necessary W sstlsfy said execution
and costs. 1
JOS. F. HAMPSON. Aeting Sheriff.
By C. Lxland, Deputy Shoriff.
September 13, 18C0-Cw Pr'sfee,$9.
Territory of Kansas, County of Doniphan. 8S
A. McDowell vs. )
Sherman Webster if Execution.
Henry D. Franklin. )
TJ Y virtue of an Execution to me directed.
JL issued out or tho First District Court, sit
ting in and for Doniphan County, for the trial
of causes nrisliigundcr the laws of said Terri
tory, I will, on Thursday, tho 4th day of Octo
ber, A. D. 18C0, at ono o'clock, P. M., of said
day, at tho door of the Court House, In the
Cliy 01 1 ror, 1UUU17 buu 1 crruurj uiurcaaiu,
offer at public sale, all tho right, title interest
ana claim otBiierman w easier to tne louowing
described premises, to wit: Lot 7, Block 29 1
Lot 9, Block 2d Lot 14, Block 45 s Lot 17;
Block Ms Lot 6, Block 87 1 Lot 11, Block 96 j
Lots 13 and 14, Block 107 j Lot 11, In Block
117; Lots 33 and 94, Block 167 1 Lot 3, Block
130 Lou 17 and 18, Block 34j situated In the
city ol Elwood, Doniphan County, Kansas Ter
ritory. To be sold as the property of Sherman
Webster, to satisfy said Execution and costs.
Terms of salo Cash.
Sheriff's Offico, Aug. 20th, 1860.
JOS. F. HAMPSON, Acting Sheriff.
September 5, 1860-Sw. Printer's fee, $9.
Territory of Kansas,
County of Doniphan,
r. L. Hudgens, ct al.
Geo. W. Ledington, et
BY virtue of an order to we directed, issued
out of the First District Court, sitting in
and for Doniphan County, for the trial of cau
ses arising under the laws'o'f said Territory, 1
will, on Thursday, October 4th, A. D. 1660, at
10 o'clock, A. M., of jBaiddayat the Court
House door, in the City of Troy, Doniphan
County, and Territory of Kansas, offer at pub
He sale, to the highest andbcetbiddcr, for cash
In band, the following-demrtbed property, to
wit : The South-East Fractional Quarter of
Seetion number eight, in Township number
five ; South of Range number twenty one, con
taining 38 10-100 acres, more or less, situated
in Doniphan County, and Territory aforesaid.
To be sold as tho property of George W. Led
ington and Malinda Marcher, to satisfy said
Sheriff's Office, Sept. 1st, 1860.
JOSEPH F. HAMPSON,'
Acting Sheriff Doniphan County.
September 5, 1 660-5 w. printer's fee $9,00.
John H. W. Page,
Ward L. Lewis. Garnishee.'
T) Y virtue of an Execution to me directed,
J issued out of the First Pistnct Court, sit
ting within'and for Doniphan County, for the
trial of causes arising under the laws of said
Territory, I will, on the 4th day of October,
A. D. 1(560, at 11 o'clock, A. M., of said day,
at the door of the Court House, in the City of
Troy, Doniphan County, and Territory of Kan
sas, offer at public sale, all tne right, title, in
terest and claim of Ward L. -Lewis to the fol
lowing described property, ,o wit: Lots 15,
16. and 17,in Block SO.with asteam saw-mill and
flouring mill erected lhereon,witb all and singu
laroftnc appurtenances in any wise appertaining
thereto, situated in the city'of Elwood, County
and Territory aforesaid, tobe sold as the prop
erty of Ward L. Lewis, to satisfy said Execu
tion and costs. Terms of sale, cash.
Sheriff's Office, Aug. 23d, 1660.
JOSEPH F. HAMPSON,
Acting Shcriff-Doniphan Connty.
September5, 1860.-5wu .printer's fee $7,50.
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SMALL A CO.,
JFo. 119." Second Street.
april 12, CO-ly
Entirely New Stock
AT THE STORE OF
C. DANA SAYRS,
WHITE CLOUD I
I TAKE pleasure in informing my friends,
and the public generally, that I am now re
ceiving a large and well selected stock of
Dry Goods, Groceries
Boots & Shoes, Hals & Caps,
LIQUORS, NAILS, CORDAGE, FISH,
AND PRESERVED FRUITS.
I shall continue to keep the market supplied
with every article usuallv found in a Westers
Store, and can assure all cash and prompt mon
that they cannot do better iu Kansas or West
cm Missouri than here in White Cloud.
Thankful for the liberal patronage which haa
been extended to me by the citizens of White
Cloud and surrounding country, I hope to be
enabled to merit a continuance of the same, by
cheap prices and fair dealing.
C. DANA SAYRS.
april 12. 60-tf.
Vernon C. Drain )
vs. On Order of Sale.
John D. Farqubarson. )
NOTICE Is herobv siren, that I will offer
for sate, at public auction, at the Court House
door, in the city of Troy, Doniphan County,
Kansas Territory, on the 34th day of Septem
ber, A. D. 1860, at ono o'clock, V. M., of that
day, the following described real estate, to wit:
the north-west fourth of tho south-east quarter
of section SO. township 4, rnmro 31 1 also, the
south-west fourth, the south-cast fourth, and
the north-east fourth of the tamo south-east
auartcr of said section 30, situated In the Coun
ty of Donlpbau aforesaid. Taken as the prop
erty of said defendant, John D. Farquharson,
by virtue or an order ror the sale or said lands,
to mo directed, Issued from the District Court
of Kansas Territory, sitting in and for the said
Countv of Doniphan, for the trial of causes ari
sing under the laws of said Territory, In favor
or said vcmon u. Drain, ami ngainsi sain junn
D. Farquharson, to satisfy the Judgment and
costs in said cause.
Given under my lmnd, this SOth day of Au
gust, A. D. I860.
JOS. F. HAMPSON, Acting Sheriff.
Dy C I.KLiMn, Deputy Sheriff.
August 33, 1860-5w. Printer's fee, 9.
NOTICE is hereby given, that I will, at one
o'clock, P. M., on the 39th day of September, A.
D. 1860, offer for sale, at public auction, at ths
Court House door, in tho city of Troy, County
of Doninhan. Kansas Territory, the following
described real estate, to wit: twenty acres in a
square, In the north-east corner of the south
west quarter of section eleven, township two,
range nineteen cast of 6th mlridlan, in the
County of Doniphan aforesaid. Taken as tho
properly of John Alford, on an execution tome
directed, issued out of the District Court of the
Territory of Kansas, sitting in and for the said
County of Doniphan, for the trial of causes ari
sing undar the laws of said Territory, wherein
C. C. A gee is plaiutiff, and the said John Al
ford Is defendant, to satisfy said execution and
costs. Dated August 28, 1860.
JOS. F. HAMPSON, Acting Shoriff.
Br C. Lilaxd, Deputy Sheriff.
August 30, 1860-5w. Printer's fee, $6.
NOTICE is hereby given, that I will offer
for sale, at public auction, on the 39th day
of September, A. D. 1860, atl o'clock, P.M.,
ot that day, at tne iourc nous aoor, in me
city of Troy, Doniphan County, Kansas Terri
tory, the following deaeribwt roal salata. to wit:
Lot four, in Block forty eteht, and Lot twelve.
in Block thirty-five, situated iu the city of
White Cloud, in the County of Doniphan afore
said. Taken as the property of Isaac Thomas,
by virtue of an order of sale issued from the
Ulamci lOUrt UI Aaiisaa acnivur,,, anting m
the Countv of Doninhan aforesaid, for the trial
of causes arising under the laws of said Terri
tory, and to me directed, in favor of the White
Cloud City Company, plaintiffs, and against
said Isaac Thomas, defendant, to satisfy ths
judgment and costs in said cause.
Bv C. Lelaxd, Deputy Sheriff.
August 30, I860-5w. Printer's fee, $6.
NOTICE is hereby given, that I will offer
for sala. at nnblic auction, on the 39th day
of September, A. D. I860, at one o'clock, P. M.,
at the Court House door, in the city of Troy,
in the County of Doniphan, and territory 01
Kansas, the following described real estate, to
wit: Lot one in Block thirty five, and Lot eigh
teen in Block thirty-six, situated in White
Cloud, in the County of Doniphan aforesaid.
Taken as the piopcrty of II. Nuckolls, by vir
tue of an order of sile issued from the District
Court of Kansas Territory, sitting in and for
the said County of Doniphan, for the trial of
causes arising under the laws of said Te-.ritory,
and to me directed, wherein the White Cloud
City Company is plaintiff, and H. Nuckolls is
defendant, to satisfy tho judgment and costs in
said cause- .
JOS. F. HAMPSON, Acting Sheriff.
By C. Lelakd, Deputy Sheriff.
August 30, lS60-5w. Printer's fee, 7.50
nv wirtnn nfan execution to me directed.
issued from the District Court of the First Ju
dicial District, sitting in and for the fwonnty ot
Doniphan, Kansas 'territory, lor tne tnai 01
enses arising under the laws o'f said Territory,
in favor of C. C. Agee, plaintiff, and against
John Tust, defendant, I will, on the 29th day of
September, A. D. 1860, at one o'clock, P. 31.,
of thai day, at me ioun nouse uuur, ,u .uu w,
.(T. i id. nmmtvnf Dnninhan aforesaid.
expose for sale, at public auction, for cash, WJ
Tour and nvc, in Diuca, anise, iu tuu o - -tion
to the city of Iowa Point, in the County of
rv...:..!..-. r.i.-iil. Taken aji the nronertr of
said John Tust, to satisfy said 1 execution and
costs. uaicd ACgusi ao, xcw.
JOS. F. HAMreUN, Acting onenu.
By C. Lulai d. Deputy Sheriff.
August 30, 1860-5w. Printer's fee, $6.
NOTICE is hereby given, tnat I will offer
i ..i , mM:. anMinn. An the 29th dav
of September, A. D. 1860, at one o'clock, P.
.v.,.-.. .i.- . ,( (Vinrt Home door, in
the city of Troy, County of Doniphan, and Ter
ritory of Kansas, the following described real
estate, to wit: Lot No. twenty-three, (?3. in
t.. i ir : ,1,. -.:, r Inw, Point, in the
County of Doniphan aforesaid. Taken as ths
property or jonn tus., uj tiijuo -
.f- '. A-.tmA immnrA nnt of the DU-
trict Court of the Territory of Kansas, sitting
in and Tor the uounty oi .uu.upu.ui ..-.-,
for the trial of causes arising under the laws or
said Territory, wherein J. S. Long is plaintiff
in one ol said executions, and John Tost is de
fendant, and Augustus Fridell is p!a:ntiff in
one other of said executions, and John Turt is
defendant, tod William Wtakler to JJ
one other of said executioas, and John Test is
defendant, to satisfy said executoons and costs.
H JOS. F. HAMPSON, Acting Sheriff.
By C. Lrnsu, Deputy Sheriff.
Annut 30. 1660-5W. Printer's fee, $9-
THB subacriber has just completed his Shia
ele Machine, and is now manufacturing
Cottonwood and Walnut Shingles, the best that
can be had in the market.' Orders for any
quantity filled on the shortest notice, if not on
hand, at the most reasonable prices.
I may bs found at White Cloud, just below
Partridse ft Co.'s Saw Mill.
oge JAMES F. CLEMENSEN.
1 unelH. 60-tfC
MORRIS & CHENEY
ARE on hand, aa usual, with a large and
complete assortment of all sues and pat
Cook, Parlor, ail Oeatiig Stores,
comprising the latest and most improved styles;
TIN, COPPER, AND SnEET-'IIIOX WAltK,
in any quantity to suit the market nil of which
will be sold " dirt cheap," for the CAS II !
We have a'ao on hand
BAR IRON AND 8TEEL,
of various kinds, to suit the trade. And last,
though not least, we will keep a complete as
hlch, fur KOod qualities, arc unsurpassed bv
anv other in use.
White Cloud, April 5, 1860-1 y.
Henry C. Lttt )
v. V On Execution.
Thomas F. Richardson )
NOTICE is hereby given, that I will offer for
g.ile, at the Court House door, In Troy, in Don
iphan County, Kansas Territory, on the 29tb
day of September, 1800, at one o'clock, P. M.,
of that day, all the right, title and interest the
said Thomas F. Richardson had, on the 10th day
of May, A. D. I860, in the fallowing described
real estate, to wit: Lot one, in Block 23, iu La
fayctUi and the N. E. quarter office. l,Tawh
ship 3, Range 19, situated in the County of Don
iphan aforesaid. Taken as the property of
said Thomas F. Richardson, by virtue of an
Execution to me directed, issued from Ue Dis
trict Court of Kansas Territory, sitting In and
tor tbc County or Uouipnan, ror the trial or cau
ses arising under tliu laws or said 1 crrritory,
in f.ivor of sild Henry C. Let', plaintiff, and
agalnrt said Thomas F. Richardson, defendant,
lonalisiy said execution ana costs, uiren un
dor my hand, this 24th day of August, 1860.
JOS. F. HAMPSON, Acting Sheriff.
Dy C. Lilaid, Deputy Sheriff.
Aug. 30, 1 860-Sw. Printer's fee, $9.
500,000 lbs, Wool Wanted
ST. JOSEPH, MO.
Two Zxtensivo Woollen Factories,
IN SUCCESSFUL OPERATION.
Ono New and Fitted Up with nil ths
WE are prepared to manufacture to order,
sud bars for sale, the following goods:
Satinets, Heavy aid Light,
White, Colored, Striped and Plain
FLANNELS, FULLED L1NSEYS,
Colored, White and Mixed, 1 yds W'de,
Blankets of all Kinds and Qualities,
TARNH OF ALL SIZE AND COLORS.
Warranted all Goods of the Beet Material.
Ws will exchange the above Goods for Wool
FANCY DYEING TO ORDER.
W teill Pay Cai for any amount of VTasl
N. BUELL ft SON. BUELL ft DIXON.
june 14, CO-Cm.
THE BEADY 7 A1UXY
SOAP IVI A K E K .
AN indespcnsible article in every family,
.timnk. wl,K fliAi.nrflinnnrleitrnn frreaju.
combined with the Saponificr, they can make
ail the soap tbcv use hard, soft, or fancy. It
will make hard water soft, and will dean type
to perfection nething equals it for cleaning and
Pnt np in air-tight iron boxes of lib.
ench, which will mriue, wiia ioj
lb, common grease, from 13 to
25 gallons clcgnnt soft soap,
or 8 to 10 lbs. hard.
T k.a nnw YuM OiVITfll VPSM RKlce this in-
valuable article was first intnSduccd to the Pub
it. o.,f llif ntitnitinn in which it is held.
wherever known and tried, and the immense de
mand for it from all quarters, are conclusive
proofs of its real merits and value as a family
BEWAKE OF IMITATIONS I
Tfc. .mwAH nf mil arti(.1 lilt" hftt of sit dis
.w... .f ,m.a mt4, anit valnn. hss induced
unprincipled parties to imitate it. We therefore
UAUTlVia tilt. rUDulK uiusa ""i""'"
rTiTTMTPnFKrTT'S ami tn take none but the
genuine, original and patented article, Mann
factored only Dy tne
or East Tarentnm, Alleghany Co. Pa.
OFFICE AND DEPOT,
Nit. 396 Penn St.,
Aborc the Canal Bridge,
Who also Manufacture of standard qnality,
Caustic Soda for Soap Makers,
Soda Ash, Copperas.
Refined Soda Ash, Manganese,
Sal Soda, Nitric Acid,
nhnlnrrde of Calcium Soda SIeratus,
Bleaching Powder, Sulphric Acid,
Muratic Acia. J"t "
-. D..l Snnaa.WMtA Th1. DlirT
and Packing Salt, warranted entirely Purs and
Dry, put up in various pacKages nu .jic.
The only Pure Salt In the country.
FOR SALE BY AkL-
Store-Keepers in the United State.
1000 Cases Saponifier, genuine, for sale at
manufacturers, prices in lots to suit purchasers,
br ,PIKE ft KELLOG
spril5,60-ly. St. Louis, Mo.
Health ami lappliess Secaree !
THE CONCENTRATED CURE
..r- nnnPDUTDlTCn fit PR
'" pntWP.PFnT. REMEDY
A POWERFUL REMEDY
fUK bAKUl ,iivw..v..
TRY IT ! TRY IT !
Young men who sre suffering rrom the enacts
- .m .
..r Mnihrni fmiiaarrtinn ran dc bbxxit auu vr
.-.. . H....I..II,.
Bisnenuy mwecu uj ua,..;, - -
A SsatsaV of rsat sal Csrtala rover!
Thlsremedy is put op in smsll rials, and can be
sent by mail to any aaareaw. a. rai wu, .
. .it henofi t a eiremar cosuiuibet iuia w
ticulars. sent (free) on application. Price .per
One bottle will last a month.
N. B. This remedy is suitable for either sex.
Address, K. CRUGER, Medical Agent,
742, Broadway, New York.
August 11, 1859-ly. -
Ofafafa CHOICE CIGARS, and 5 dosen
OUUU cans of Fresh and Spiced Oysters.
in store and fprsarsby .,,
nov 24, 59-tf. C. DANA SAYRS
NOTICE" ishefeby given, that. I will offer
for sale, at'public auction, at the door of
the Court House, Iri Hiawatha, on the 17th day
of September, A. D. i860, at one o'clock, P.
M., of said day, ths following-described real
estate, to wit: the north-west rroWter of section
No. twentvnlne, (39) In township No. two,' (3)
ofnuge No. eighteen (18) east of the sixth
principal meridian of Kansas Territorvlsitaate',
lying and being in Brown County1. Taken si
the property of John A. Dowel!, on sn order' of
sale in favor of Fountain Donan, issued from
the Second District Court, in and for Brown
County, and to me directed, as Sheriff of said
Given nnder my h-ind, thtsSthtiay o August,
A. D. I860. JOHN II. SCHENCK,
Sheriff of Brown County, K. T.
August 16, 1860-Sw. Printer's fee, $5.-
NOTICE is hereby given, that I will sfTer
fur sale, at public auction, al the door of
the Court House, in tho town of Hiawatha, on
the 17th day of September, A. D. lt60, at one,
o'clock, P. M., of said day, the 'ollowing real'
estate, to wit: the north-east quarter of scctionr'
No. eleven,. (11) in township No. two, (3) of,'
nnge number fifteen (15) east of the sixth
principal meridian of Kansas Territory, situate,
lying and being in Brown County. Taken as
the Dronertr of Abncr Hack worth, on an order'
of sale in favor of Waman Leftwlch, issued from
the Second District Court. In and for Brown
County, and to me directed,' as'Shcrlff of said
Given under my hand, this 8th day of August,
A. D. 1860. JOHN U. SCHENCK,
Sheriff or Brown County, K. T.
August 16, 1860-Sw. Printer's fee, .
NOTICE is hereby given, that I will oftVr
for sale, at nubile auction,' at tbd door of
the Court House, in tho town of. H'swath, on
the 17th diy of September, A. D. I860, at ono
o'clock, P. St., of said day; the following real'
estate, to wit: the west half of the south' west
quarter of section No. eleven, (II) In'towhshlp'
No. one, (1) of range Nn Hftceti (IS) cast, sit
u-ite, lying and being In Brown County, K. T.
Taken as tho property of Addison Slmpklns, on
an order of sale In favor of Milton B. Thornell,
Issued from the Second District Court, In aud
for Brown County, and to me directed, a Slier
Iff of said County.
Dated this 8th day of August, A. D I860.
JOHN II. SCHENCK,
Sheriir of Brown County. K. T.
Augunt 1 6, 1 860-5W. Printer's fvr,
OHUKK OF PUULIL'ATIUN.
In the District Court of the Second Judicial i
District of Kansas Territory, sitting within
aud for Brown County, fur ths trial of causes
arialug under tho Laws of said Territory.
In vacation, August 14, I860.
James Winkler vs. William II. Wells.
The plaintiff In tho abuvr action having, on
.u. w..i.. ,.r A ,.,.,i.l A. I). I860, fllsd In that
Clerk'sofllcoanalH'UvIt, stitlng that ths defen
dant, William II. Wells, Is a non-resident, and,
that servlco of a summons cannot be bad on hint
i- .li- frtin.. liMrtM It la Anlpeil bv thai
III una ciii.wi., .nv.w.w,. -- - .4,,..
Clerk, In vacation, that thosald defendant, Wil
liam II. Wells, bo notiaet, ity puoucaiion ueiug
made In tho White Cloud Chief, a weekly news-
..i.lt.l...l In rVintnhan Caantv. and of
general circulation in said Countv or Brswn,
for six consceutlvo weeks, of tbc pendency
or this suit, the object of which I to recover
-r.i.. l.l WlllUm If. Wolla tha auni of SUGtl.
together with Interest from the 8th day of June,
A. U. loaa, at liuny per ccmuiu yew auu,
and to foreclose a mortgage on the North-west-
i ....)!. thtrfw.tarn. I1S. In ToWMhlD .
one, (1,) of Range sixteen, (16,) in Brown
County, Kansas Territory, given w ecurDi
sum of money; and the said Wm. II. Wells
m ..i.A ..il.. ihi, nntaa hm anxver the te-
tlUon of the said James Winkler, by the 25tli
day oraeptemner, a. v. ioou, wo ujo ii.
taken as true, and judgment rendered accord
In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set
my hand, and affixed the seal of said Court, at
ray office. In Hiawalha.this M day of August,.
A. D. 1860. L. McARTHUR, Clerk.
By J..G. Kxlskv. Dept. Clerk.
S. A. Kiiohak, Att'y for Pl'fff.
August 16, 1860-6w. Printer's fee, iU:
TVTOTICE is hereby given, that the Executor
l r ,1. Ci.ianr TnmiaTimnlp.deeeased.
will, on the first Monday of October, 1860, mako.
to the Probate Court of Doniphan Countv, K
T., application fur final settlement of said Es
tate. All persons having claims against said
Estate, will take notice, and present their
claims for allowance.
SAMUEL r . XMlSBbl
August 16, 1860-6w. Printer's fee, $3.50.
Wholesale and Retail!
rilllB undersigned has permanently. located
ttl St 1 a, at- SbsbiI tawhjnAtSa jai.
jl in v niie v,ioou, a. iue uuu nu.i v
cupied by Henry Beckett, where hs. has opened
out, and is constantly receiving, large stocks of
CAHDIES OF ALL KUDU,
ef the very best quality!
OYSTERS AND SAKDINES1
Oraires aM Lts84-
CIGAUS, SMOKING AND CHEWING TOBACCO!'
RAISINS AND FIGS I
NUTS OF ALL KINDS !
lemon Syrup and. Jfresa Peacnea :..
Toyt and Perfumery!
The Choicest Wiies an LIqir8, -
Lager Beer, and Old Cider Viaegarr
FL0UE AST) XA,
STONE WARE, SUGAR, BUTTER,
SODA C1UCKERS. CHEESE.
Bread, Fie, Cakas,
and eatables or all kinds!
Ice Cream once or twice each, week I
I have also.
Tne Finest Quality Bile Fowier, 8iot,
uapa, aau utjaast ;
A call is solicited from all persons wishing t
purchase anv article in my Hne.slthsratwhpls-
1 . . . . r- - atju. tL.1 T mw. all
sale or retail, as leei cuujaunu. mm .
orders at as reasonable figures aa any house it
this upper country. - ....,
JAMES M. BECKETT-.
White Cloud, June 14, 1860-tf..
ForsalebyShreve-aY MaeyJWWte Cload;
Root Cook. Padoofef Zsok 4 WtttiTx
estCitv; J.E-Bortank, FaHa ssw j Lstsjk 4
Shields, Iowa Pbiat; J. R. Wlldy. ffigMassI;
Peter tc Nepbler, Oregon ; and by Dealers gsT
ernllv 'dec. 15, 59-3.
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Kiuchcr, aged a menins ana t ays.