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St. Joseph Markets.
Hemp, $95 to $105. Wheat, fair to prime
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Flour, from $2.90 to $350, according to brand.
Oats, scarce, at 40c. Rye, 4(Tto 50c. 'Whis
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$1 to $2 per brl. Corn, 40 to 60c.
Wi hatb soVrrr for,-people who go about
comnlainine of their aches aad pains. Why do
thev not forthwith procure a bottle of J. L. Cur
tis' Mamaujb-bLinimi.it and re-invigorate their
diseased muscles? It is a pain killer,
and no mistake. And remember, also, that his
Compound Syrup of Sassafras is a sure remedy
for Coughs, Colds, and the thousand and one
diseases of the respiratory organs. No medi
cines ar more efficacious and aone more popu
.. s. rirrt!iement. Get. 18.
NOTICE Is hereby given to the tor-payers
of Doniphan County, that the Taxe. for
the year 1860 will k due on th. 10th of No
Te.s&860. On all Tes remaining nnpd
by the first day of January, 1861 . there will be
10 per cent, added, and collected in like man-
n.r ofher T.xe.'. Also. J1.'Tt0W
. . t,-v .1.. t.m r mat oaid or tne
.M rJ Te and costs. I will meet the tax-
:r--:-.-'1 w.jsjjMnMHt coi-
i-;n?i.M and Umetosw!t: J "
WhitoClood, ,, p,eombr3.lww-
Iowa Point, ,, 3
Highland, , "
GearrCUyr j Ca?"3!iaS5.' AW
A. 1 .
a -.u. . ---"ri-- , etMUM of the
Territorial l-ax, " "" V 'iW!oti
cnu poll tx bopald In e or Temtorl
al vvarraat. iowmuP "T ";iiir.
ntwrrWBp.-' .--.- -
as the time for the collection or Taxe soon,
can do so by callinr at the County Seat.
Dated thU 25th day of October.DJ0
EDWARD 3. DAVIS, County Treaaarer-noY.-l,60-8.
k '- '
-"srrrOrIDsrenT OF APPRAISAL.
John J. Joy ts. George C. Scrafford et al.
iUtappraisal in this case, is adjourned to
JOS. F. HAMPSON, Acting Sheriff.
, r .. ByC Lsxand, Deputy Sheriff.
November l,1860-2w. ' Pr'a fee, $130.
HANNIBAL' SIWOSEFH B. R.
. TBAIKS EAST.
Passenger Express Leaves St. Joseph 6 A.M.
atoc Train ,, , 4 p.m.
ireignt , , 5A.JT.
Passenger Express arriresatSt. Joe. 9.30P.M.
emigrant Ti ain . J " ' 830 A.M.
Freight "3 4, 30 P. M.
Freight Train ha Pasasenger Car attached. ..
Close connections made by each Train with
Mississippi boats and all Eastern Railroads.
Ticket sold to all principal places in the
I he most ample provisions for taking Stock
with care and dispatch, and at the lowest rates.
Cannections made at St. Joseph with Packets
up and'down the river, and with stage lines to
u parw oi Kansas.
J. T. K. HAYWARD, General Sup't.
Capt. Ctrruea. Assistant Superintendent.
P. B. Gboat, Gen. Ticket Agent.
Jo. Looms, Gen. Freight Ag't, Hannibal Mo.
D. Sawm, General Agent.
FaU & Winter Trade
I AM now receiving from the Eastern mar
kets a supply of Goods for the FaU and
Winter Trade, such as are suited to the wants
of the people of this country, consisting of
Dry Goods, Groceries
Boots & Shoes, Hats & Caps, &c.
Also, a large quantity of
Virginia Tobacco and Fine Cigars,
which will be sold Cheap.
Oysters aid Casied Fruits,
which I will sell at the lowest figures possible.
by the dozen. A full and complete assortment of
READY MADE CLOTniNO,
SIIIRTS, COATS, PANTS, VESTS,
which hhall We sold so as to defy competition.
COUNTRY PRODUCE of all descriptions
taken in exchange for goods.
U. UANA SAY Kb.
White Cloud, October 11, 1860-tf.
C. C. Agee )
ts. On Execution.
John Alford. )
NOTICE is hereby riven, that I will, at one
o'clock, P.M., on the 17th day of November, A.
V. lBbU, oner Tor sale, at public auction, at the
Court House door, in the city of Troy, County
of Doniphan, Kansas Territory, the following
described real estate, to wit: twenty acres in a
square, in the north-cast corner of the south
west quarter of section eleven, township tiro,
range nineteen east or btn minuian, in the
County of Donipli.in aforesaid. Taken a the
property ot John Allord, on an execution to rao
directed, issued out of the District Court of the
Territory of Kansas, sitting in and for the .i:d
County of Doniphan, for the trial of causes ari
sing umlar the Uws of said Territory, wherein
C. C. Agee is plaintiff, and the said John Al
ford is defendant, to satisfy said execution mid
costs. Dated October 9th , 1 660.
JOS. F. HAMPSON, Acting Sheriff.
By C. Lblasd, Deputy Sheriff.
October 1 1 , ltjGO-5. Printer's fee, $7.50
John J. Joy vs. )
Thilin Warner k
On Order of Sale
George C. Scrflbrd.
NOTICE is hereby given, that I will offer
for sal, at public auction, on the 17th day
of November, A. D. 1 860, at one o'clock, P. M.,
at the Court House door, in the city of Troy,
in the County of Doniphan, and I erntory or
E-tnsas, the following described real estate, t"
J5t? i!i outh-wcst quarter of section 14, town
ship 3, range 19, situated in said County. Ta
ken as the property of the said George C.
Scrafford, and offered for sale, by virtue of an
order of sale issued from the District Court of
said Territory, sitting in and tor the County or
Doniphan, for the trial of causes arising nnder
the law of said Temtory, wherein John J. Joy
is plaintiff, and said Philip Warner and George
C. Scrafford are defendants, to satisfy the judg
ment and costs in said cause
Dated October 9th, 1860. . ,
JOS. F. HAMPSON, Acting Sheriff.
By C. Ln-asD, Deputy Sheriff.
October 11, l860-5w. Printer's fee, $7.50
Notice of Appraisal.
John J. Joy ts. 1 On Order of Salo
Philip Warner and
George C. Scrafford. ) Execution.
NOTICE is hereby given to the said defend
,ni. that an inventory and appraisal of the
south-west quarter of section 14, township 3,
range 19, situated in Doniphan County, K. T.,
will be taken on the 1st day of November, A.
D. 1860, at 3 o'clock, P. M., of that day, on the
said premises, which have been ordered to be
sold by the District Court of said Territory,
sitting in and for said County, to satisfy the
judgment anu cuau m e vs.
Dated ucwocrym, icuv.
JOS. F. HAMPSON, Acting Sheriff.
By C. LKLAfD, Dcputj Sheriff.
October 11, 1860-4. Printer's fee, $5.
C. G. J. Beeler h ) On Order of Sal
Bolivar Beeler vs. and
Sylvanus Dustin. J Execution.
NOTICE is hereby given, that I will offer
for sale, at public auction, on the 17th day
of November, A. D. 1860, at 1 o'clock, P. M.,
of that day, at the Court House door, in the
city of Troy, Doniphan County, Kansas Tem
tory, the said defendant's Hotel properly, inlcu
ding Lots one and two, in Block 17, situated in
Iowa Point, in said County of Doniphan. Ta
ken and offered for sale, by virtue of an order
r..l twin! from the District Court of said
Territory, sitting in and for the County of Don-
ipnan, rorwie wiai m "'"""s.","" ""."
law of said Territorvr wherein etid C. U.J.
Beeler and Bolivar Beeler are plaintiffs, and
said Sylvanus Dustin Is defendant, to satisfy
the judgment and costs in said cause.
Dated October 9th. 1 WO. T'
- insF. HAMPSON.. Actum Sheriff?
, t ' By C. Lxxahd; Deputy Sheriff. ..
October 11, 1860-5w.t Printer's fee, $750
Notice ef Appraisal.
C. G. J. Beeler & 1 On Order of Sal
5 Bolivar Beeler vs. and
Slvnua Dustin. Execution.
NOTICE is hereby given to the said defen
dant, Sylvanu Dustin, that an inventory and
anoraisement of his Hotel property, stable, ic.
including Loto land 2, in Block 17, .situated
in Iowa Point, Doniphan County, Kansas Ter
ritory, will be taken on the 1st day of Nortm
ber, lrrarllJ)Woc5 A.M.oa.said premi
se, which aid' premises have been ordexcd.to
beiold "bvlhe District Court, of said Territo
rv rittiBg inland for the said County of Doni
phan, to satisfy the judgment and cost in the
above entitled cause.
a-.-j rMnhr 9th. I860.
- JOS. F. HAMPSON, Aeting Sheriff.
Bv C. Lblahd, Deputy Sheriff.
October 11, 1860-4w. Printer' fee, $5.
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Joshua Blangy )
- George Barter. )
NOTICE is hereby given, that I wilt offer
for sale, at public auction, at the door of
the Court House, in Troy, in the County of
Doniphan, Kansas Territory, on the 3d day of
November, 1860, at 1 o'clock, P. M., of that
day, all the right, title and interest of George
Barter in Lot 13, in Block 20, in White Cloud,
Kansas Territory. Taken as the property of
said George Barter, by virtue of an execution
to me directed, issued from the District Court
of Kansas Territory, sitting in and for Doniphan
County, upon suit in which said Joshua Blangy
is plaintiff, and George Barter is defendant, to
satisfy said execution and cost.
Dated October 3d, A. D. 1860.
JOS. F. HAMPSON, Acting Sheriff.
By C. Lbland, Deputy Sheriff.
October 4, 1860-5w. Printer's fee, $8.
Notice ef Appraisal.
Henry Blangy ) On Order of Sal
Seorge Barter.) Execution.
NOTICE Is hereby given to said defendant,
and all others, thatan inventory and appraise
ment of Lot 12, in Block 20, (White Cloud
Hotel,) in White Cloud, K. T.", will be token
at the said premises, on th 31st day of Octo
ber, 18G0, at 1 o'clock, P. M.,of that day.
Dated October 9th, 1860,
JOS. F. HAMPSON, Acting Sheriff..
Bv C. Lblahd, Deputy Sheriff. .
October 11, l860-4w. 1 Printer' fee, $4. ,
NOTICE is hereby given, that letters of ad
ministration, bearing date the 4th day of
September, A. Dr 1860, were granted to the
undersigned, Administrator it tn nenof the
estate of Charles Kennedy, deceased, by the
Probato Court of Brown County, Kansas Terri
torv, on tho day and date .aforesaid; and all
persons owing said estate, are notified to make
immediate payment; and those having claims
aeainst it, will exhibit' them, within one year,
to the undersigned, or they may be precluded
from any benefit of said estate; and if not ex
hibited within three years from tho date of said
letters, they shall be forever debarred.
o IRA J. liAlUon
Administrator de bonis non.
October 4, 1860-3w. Printer' fee, $3.
A Benevolent Itutitution, eitailMed bv tpteial
Endowment, for the Relief of the Sick and D
tfeued, afflicted teifA Virufent and Epidemic
Diseases, and ttpteially for tht Cart eDueat
as 0 tie Sexual Organ:
MEDICAL ADVICE given gratis, by the
Acting Surgeon, to all who apply by Iet-
;h & Hpoprintion of itheir condition, (age,
n...M;nn. tmhtta ofllfe'. tc. and In cases of
extreme poverty, Medicines furnished free of
VALUABLE REPORTS on Spermatorrhoea,
and other Diseases of the Sexual Organs, and
nn .ho MP.W REMEDIES employed in the
Dispensary, sent to the afflicted in sealed letter
envelopes, free of charge. Two or three Stamps
for postage win rje accepuoie.
a??. TR. J. SKILLIN HOUGHTON-,
Acting Surgeon, Howard Association, No.. 2,
South Ninth Street; Philadelphia, Pa. By or
der ef the Director.
EZRA D. HEARTWBLL, PruUtnt.
oct. 4, 60-ly.
SHERIFFfS SALE ', v, ,
NOTICE is hereby gven. that I will offer
for sale, at public auction, at tho door, of
the Court House, in the town of Hiawatha, on
the 20th day of October, A. D. 1860, at one
o'clock, P. M., of said day, the following real
estate, to wit: the south half of the south-east
quarter of section number twenty-nine, (20)
in .township number two (2) south, of ranee
number eighteen (18) east; and the north-west
qnarter or section number six, (6) township
three, (3) range eighteen, (18.) Also, twenty
shares in the town of Robtnspn. Also, in said
town of.RobinsonJ one 'steam saw and grist
mlllftogether wltbTall the machinery, .fixtures,
stocks and immnmties'appertarning thereto, and
two acres of land upon whichaid mill and ma
ehlnery'now stands.; Also, a two-horse wagon,
fnnrmu. nno lmrVnTand harness,-and house
hold goods. All said described property being
in said Brown County.and Temtory or Kansas
Taken as the property'oMohn N.,Ayres, on an
oTiwtinn in fircr of Cnddv. Carpenter A Co.,
issued.from' the Seeorid, District Court of the
Territory of Kansas, in and jor Brown county,
and to me'directecT, as Sheriff of "said County.
Given unde'r mr hind, ftls 11th" day'of 8ep
temberrA'.D:i860."jI C-',T 'llr.. "
JOHN H. SCHENCK,"
September), 1880-Sw. - Fr's.fee, $9.
NOTICElsterebTpvetil thatl will offer
for ifleV'atnUe auatloa", at the door of
the Court House, in tne wu m, pimi, va
the 90th d'nr October. A. D. 1B60, at one
o'clock, P. M., of said day, the following dea.
cribed real estate, to wifc Lot aasaber seventy
rmr.mOtmii Street. Hiawatha, Brown Coun
ty, together with tke hoase aad appatenanees
belonging thereto, lying and being ia Brawn
County, K.T. Takea as aae property ouoeepa
Paschal, on an order of sale in favor of Grego
ry Asaann; issaed from 'the Second District
Court of the Territory' of Kansas, in and for
Brown County, aad to me directed, as Sheriff
of said County. i w
Given nader ay haad, this 18th day of Sep
tember, A. D. 1880.' " : '
t SheriBT of Brown County, 1T.
Forwaruing and ConnLssionlMercklnt,
WHITE CLOUD, KANSA8,
Has jnst received sTlarge lot of
.Moss aid Hask Matrasses,
CHAIRS Alfl TABLES, "
, " LIQUOBS'OF ALL KINDS, l
Flour, Molasses, -. Mackerel,
Sugar, Tea, Coffee,
'3oap, Candles, J Tar,r'
GROCERIES OF ALL KINDS.8"
h GLASS, NAILS, " -
"PAINTS AND OILS,
Which I will sell aa low as tiie lowest? exclu
sively for Cashi - v v
Th highest price paid for produce.
All of Jayne's Medicine. for Sale.
1 is. 1. jKnm.nua.MT-
eptember 13, 60-tf.
MOTICE is herebygiTcn that I will.on the
on.,. ., nf October. A. D. I860, at one
o'clock.T. M., of that day, offer fpr sale, at
public auction, at the Court House door, in the
city of Trov, Doniphan County, Kansas Terri
tory, tho following described real estate, to
wit: 'the' north east fourth or the south-east
quarter of section 19, township 3, range 19, sit
n.tril !n said Countv of Doniphan. Taken a
,1,0 -onwt. of Heurv Gall, by virtue of an ex
ecution to me directed, issued from the District
r... nftT'inu. Territory, sittint; in and for
the said County of Doniphan, for the trial of
causes arising under tne laws 01 um aemuirj,
in favor or Albert rcrry, uu agauwk oi vu
ry Gall, to satisfy said execution and costs. So
much only of said 40 acre tract will be sold
as may be necessary to satisfy said execution
JOS. F. HAMPSON. Acting Sheriff.
By C. LriAiD, Deputy Sheriff.
September 13, 1860-Cw. Pr's fee, $9.
Wholesale and Retail!
rflHR undersigned has permanently located
-L in White Cloud, at the stand recently oc
min;i h. Henrv Beckett, where he has opened
out, and is constantly receiving, large stocks of
CANDIES OF ALL KLMD3,
f tho very best quality!
OYSTERS , AND SARDINKSI
, . Oranges and Lemons !
CIGARS, BMOflXO AND CHEWING TOBACCO I
RAISINS AND FIGSt
NDTS OF ALL KINDS I
Lemon Syrup ana lfresn reaonwi
Toys and Perfumery
Tke Choicest Wines and Liqaors,
Lager Beer, and Old Cider Yinegar!
FLOUR AND MEAL,
STONE WARE, SUGAR, BCTTBH,
SODA CRACKERS, OHEESE,
Bread, Pies, Cake,
and eatables of all kinds I
Ice Cream once or twice eaob. week I
I have also
The Rneit duality Rifle Powder, Bhot,
Caps, and. Lead!
A call ia solioited from all persons wishing to
purchase any article in my line, either at whole
sale or retail, aa I feel confident that I can fill
orders at as reasonable figures as any bouse in.
$his upper country. , J"
JAMBS M.-BECWtTT. -
White Cloud, June 14, 1860-tf;
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ForsalebyShreve & Macy, White Cloud;
Root & Cook, Padonla; Zook & Baldwin, For
estCitv; J. E. Burbank, Falls City; Leigh b
Bt,;M. ir Point: J. H. Wildv. Highland;
Peter & Nephlor, Oregon; and by Dealers gen
r rz o a. . r-s at -nii. - a
m sr 13 - - cb (9 ii Ma - -a - E
S 5-S2.3 S ..' P-aSf -2.'
50 5ch r cs w r-2
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TmaybTfodaTwhlto Cloud. j.belo.
nne21.t0-tf 'it'j. '- ' -- ' '
PLOWS I PLOWS I
h . rvar ..a!ai1 an IMT
is Aviao retc..t----o -- -' - ri to
XA fromthemanBtaeiurex.a "C"i,rr",Jj
single sUel Shovel Plowr, Marro", ,---Tators-cheapforCasli.
'- Wklielomdanaf ,H-tf . ..
2 S & 3.V! ""5c o S-s. So o" w m
P"w 345 S"H(n B ?2 S.iS e a S g,3 e?M
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"OS'S JBEV b"!-3 5 o 8
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M ORR I S'.'&lv CHENEY
A RE on hand, aa usual, with a large and
l- complete assortment of all aixe ..and pat
tern of - J
Coek, Parlor, aad Heatlig Steves,
comprising the latest and most improved styles;
together witb ,, , -
TIN, COPPER, AND SHEBT-IKON WADI,
in any quantity to salt the market all of which
will be sold "dirt cheap," for tho CASH!
W have also on hand .
BAR IRON AND STEEL,
of various kinds, to suit th trade. And last,
though not least, we will keep a complete as
which, for good qualities, are unsurpassed by
any other in use. ' " "
White Cloud.-April 5, ie60-ly.J
(500;U00 lbs. Wool Wanted
XirwilxtoiisiTej .Woollen faetoritt,
IN SUCCBSSFUL OPERATION.
One New and Fitted Up with all the
WE are prepared to manufacture to order,
and have fur aale, the following goods t
Satinets, near; and Light,
White, Colored, Striped and Plain
FLANNELS, FULLED LINSEYS,
Colored, Whlto and Mixed, yds Wide,
Blankets of all Kinds and Qualities,
TARNS or ALL 8IZI3 AD COLORS.
Warranted all Ooodt of the Best Material.
We will exchange tho above Goods for Wool
FANCY DYEING TO ORDER.
We trill Pay Cat for any omenni ef Wetl
N. BUELL t SON. BUBLL A DIXON.
June 14, 60-6m.
THB READY FAMILY
AN indespensible article in every family,
wherebr . with their ordinarv kitchen grease
combined with the Saponifier, they can make
all the soap they use hard, soft, or fancy. It
will make hard water soft, and will clean type
to perfection nothing equals it for cleaning and
Pnt up In nir-tifht iron boxes of lib.
eacn, wnicn win mane, who iu
lbs. common crease, from IS to
SS gallons elegant soft soap,
or 8 to 10 lbs. hard.
Tthu now been several rears since this In
valuable article was first Introduced to the Pub
lic, and the estimation 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
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS I
Tt,. n.o. nrn. artlMa like that of all dis
coveries of true merit and Talne, has Induced
unprincipled parties to imitate it. Weherefore
CAUTION-THE PUBLIC against worthless
COUNTERFEITS and to take none but the
'' rt.1 --J .t.ntA articla. liana
factored only by the
" PENNSYLVANIA SALT
Of EastTarentnm, Alleghany Co. Pa.
OFFICE AND DEPOT,
JVb. 896 Penn St.,
Above the Canal Bridge,
Who also Manufacture of standard qnallty,
Caustio Soda for Soap Makers,
Soda Ash,; Copperas,
Refined Soda Ash; Manganese,
Sal Soda, Nitric Acid,
Choloryde of Calcium Soda Saleratus,
Bleaching. Powder, Bulphrio Add,
Muratic Acid, Aqua Fortis,
r,t, Uoflnn.l Snow-White Table. Dairy
P,.Vinf Salt, warranted entirely Pure and
Dry, put up in various packages and styles.
The only rure can iu wo cuuuuj.
FOR SALE BY ALL
Store-Keepers in the United States.
1000r Cases Saponifier, genuine, for sale. at
manufacturers, prices in tou hi sun pureuaaere
bT .PIKE & KELLOO
april 3, 60-ly. SU Louis, Mo.
Health aad Happiness Secured
THE CONCENTRATED CURE
THE CONCENTRATED CURB ,v
A POWERFUL REMEDY
A POWERFUL REMEDY
FOR WEAKNESS ARLymDigcRETi
TRY IT ! TRY IT !
Young men who are suffering from the effects
of youthful indiscretion can be surely and per
manently restored by using the
A Xemsdy of Great and Certain Power I
n.;.mainit la not m in small Tlals,andcanbe
sent by mail to any address. A trial will satis
fy. Use It for a week, and yon will experience
a great benefit. A circular containing full par
ticulars, sent (free) on application. Price per
bottle, $1.- J e-r-i - v
One bottle wtii.uava monto. - ". ..,
.N. B. This remedy is suitable for either sex.
Address, K.CRUGER, Medical Agent. .
r - 742, Broadway, New York.
August 11. ie59-ly. "' -T
W. H.' FORNCROOK,
(accessor to W.'H. Vast poren,)
DEALER IN ".
Dry Good's, Groceries,
HAED WAHB, ' QXTHEBTIW AM,
wrrrr. glass' SASH, ac.,c.
vTTnni.n mtfolIv inform the'eitlsens of
W White Clond aad the sarreunding eoaaH
try.thathehasrecenUy purchased tne aira
interest of W. JH. Van Doren, and wiU eontiwe
in the trade at the oia stana, on a""p
where he hipes, by strict "-Z:
a t;s..1 .fM nf rwatmnaiTi IMltCT-
Juin9, he intead. Jjak-e "T
Cash bvnnts, ana in" fcL
Zl. ruvkv GOODS, to rive hiss a call be-
WMtVCtood. September 13, 1860-tf. -,
AVING soldpatisy eaUra stock of goads
to Mr. W. H. Fnrncrookv,all persons
. - il,.n..l,f Indebted to me. Will
anowiuBjM. . the"1
D0"!!.l.--.ni and Settle their accounts
'..a i.t. -.. A hv fftAIA. Sl fflf Bb0kS lBtttt
be closed. ....-J- JJ
Miner wn,u ; u"v" .y .
Cheaper than Everr
In Full Blast!
THE undersigned, proprietors of tho W'hite
Clond Steam Saw Mill, tak a pleasure in
annonncing to the public, that their mill is la
the very best order, -and they hae commenced
operations for the se-uon. Thev are prepared
to do sawing of every kind and description, oil
the shortest noticel They will saw oh the
halves, or for menev, very cheap. They will
constantly keep on hand
ALL KINDS OF LUMBER!
hich thcr will sell a little cheaper than' can"
be had srijwhere else, for Cash, or to good mo
On short time. They have also an excellent"
Lath Mill, and are prepared at all times to far
nish LATHS in any quantity, at low rates.
Give us a call, and satisfy yourjeWea that wet
can do just what we say.
WM. MAUCK A SONS'.
White Cloud, March 17, 1859-tf.
RUNS regularly on the Missouri
River, at the following rates:
For crossing a team of 1 pair of horses or
mutes, or i yoke or cattle, ana
waeon, loaded or empty. 10.75
Three yoke of cattle and wagon, 1 85
One horse and buggv, 50
Saddle horse and rider, B5
Loose horses, per head, 15
Cattle, per head, 10
Hogs and sheep, per bead, 4
Foot passengers, 10
Northern emigration, from Missouri, Iowa,
Illinois. Wisconsin or Michican, either for Cal
ifornia or any part of Kansas or Southern Ne
braska, will find a mail route to this point, on
a State Road from Des Moines, Iowa: and aa
good roads through Missouri, by way of Savan
nah and Oregon, to this place, as to any other'
point on the river. Thero arc good landings
on both sides of the river; and on tho Kansas
side, all streams and sloughs, to the Nemaha,
have free bridges, recently made for the Gov
ernment trains from this place to Salt Lake
and Utah. We can say to tho California emi
gration, that they can strike tho old California
Road within 12 miles or tins place, ana-tney
will find good'grazing for stock within halfiai
mile of the river, and Dlentv of wood and water
on the route to the Big Blue, only 80 mjlcs from
here; and thev will find this road over 40 mile
shorter than tne road from St. Joseph, and over.
60 miles shorter than that from Leavenworth:
We refer persons to the map, in proof of this
statement; and we only ask emigrants and tra
vellers te try this route, and we pledge our
selves to pass them over the river free, on their
return, if they are not satisfied of the foregoing
facts. , .
White Cloud has three or four good stores
and trading houses; two first-class Hotels;
lumber is only $15 per 1,000 feet; the country
is rapidly filling up; and there is aa good a
farming region, extending for over 50 miles
back of the river, as can bo found in any pari
of Kansas. MOORE3 & TAYLOR.
June 9, 59-ly.
WHITE OLOUD, KANSAS.
OHN II. UTT, I t I PllOPBIETOH.
THIS HOUSE, which has just been "II
completed, is one of the largest and JWL
finest in tho West. It is now open to the pub
lic, and will be kept in a style equal to tho best
Hotels. Every department will bv comfaele4
in such a way as to afford the greatest amoanl
of comfort to those stopping at the House.
Will at all times ba supplied with the very
best that the market affords, both of tho neces
saries and the delicacies of life.
TEE BCSEPDia APAXTXZYT8
Are roomy and well ventilated, and: the bed'
ding will always be found In good condition.
-There are likewise good Stabling and Feed
for Horses, and a competent person to tak
charge of them.
Thn itnna r . accommodate a large autaber
of persons, and tno ntmost attention. will. eve?,
be given to the wants of the public.
April 21, IBttl-tr.
ri"1HE subscriber offers for sale-, on liberal'
X terms, several choice tracts of Umbered
and prairie lands, located near White Cloud"
The timbered tracts will be divided to suit pur
chasers. V. D. MARKHAM
white Cloud seot.29,5a-tf.
Try Ward's Telegraph Tonic!:
FOR rtVEK Aftl -.uas,
WHICH never fails to cure! vrarrantea,
if taken according to directions, to effect
a cure. The proprietor can produce a inonaana
certificates to those who wish to see them, bul
does not think it necessary to display them, as
the medicine will recommend itself, it" given a
trial. Try it once, and satisfy yourself.
Warranted perfectly Vegetable and harmless.
ForsalebyShrevo ft Macy, Whito Cloud;
and by Dealers everywhere. AH orders must
be addressed to W. W. WARDi- Manamf
House, Leavenworth Citv, Kn"'1S":
Agentfor Kansas, Nebraska, end the-Westers.
Brace's Hew Tort Type-renrfr
HAS now on hand an Immense stoekof
Roman Type. Fancy Tynev-
Coppcrplato Script. German Type,
Music Type. Ornaments,,
Chess and Checker Type, Borders
Brass and Metal Rules, ?,ad
Brass and Electro. CUclajand Ellipses;
Labor 3luS n!e; . Corner Qnvea
-Vstnl Pnrnl tore. etc.
The tvpes are all cast by steaB pOwstfross
th hard metal peculiar to this Fonadrr. Tha
uneqnalled rapidity In the Per0l,,
enables mo to sell these more durable types' al
the lowest prices of ordinary types, elfhSf fef
' Presses, Wood Type, Ink, Cases, BtfcksveM.,
furnished at the manufactarer's lowest prea.
A specimen pamphlet of Fonts of .Letter oary,
and prices, mailed to printing offlcerf.onth re
ception of seven cents, to pre-wry pMtUe.
Printers ofNewspapers who choose: topabUa
this advertisement, Including Uus notottrea
times before the 1st day of August, lJ,and
forward me one of the papers, wiU b filowod
their Mils, at the time of mekis;a I
from me ef five Usees tha amoantof mf ssaaa-
''AS.. f :i2fS5S
IS, Chambers Street. NerYrlt.
imf rust ts fsrstenf
METROPOLIS FLOUlt MtLLS, .
LEAVENWORTH. KANSAS. -'-
THE asopiietora of theae-Mills era bow tea..
dy to receive the new crop of Wheat, aad'.
they would particnUrly jeall the attenUon of
FARMERS to the impwrtohce' 8f threshings
.i.ln;m. anil trrttlne their wheat to astrket at-
IOSS by letung It jrwain wv..j.P..
rains come on. ThisnyowrwaeaatlWaassa,
store it free or charge Ull,yoa.Tk to sell.
Yon will here' find sale for all, yoar .wheat, at,
the highCsl market price, or yon can exchange
it for flour on the most favorable terms. " "
Give ns good, clean wheat, aad we' will give'
von the best flour ever nflered ia this markets
EARLE ft BUNTIN.
LeaveawaitB. luae tS, ISM-tf
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