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Citizen' Meeting, Brown County.
Al mhtiSgot citizensof BrowaMCouBty,
.evened i Hiawatha, for-the purpose
a elseae the propriety and necessity of
01 .-i.m id for those who
y need assistance daring tin coming Winter,
Xf.G. Sargent was called to the unetr, ana c
.r Morrill wu chosen Secretary. -
After a full discussion of the subjeot, it was
jjjmottil voted to cnoose a wnmi yom
Biltofthree,totake measures to ascertain
ibf necessities of the people of the County, and
jUin aid for those who are needy.
A. J. Selleg, W. H. Jones and Abram Yount
ere chosen to act as such Committee.
It u farther voted, mat toe oenirai com
mittee be required to appoint s sub-committee
of on in each voting precinct, to canvasslthe
Coanty and ascertain who are needing assist
mef and also the amount of land cultivated
the put season, and the amount of grain raised.
The Central Committee appointed the fol-.
lowing gentlemen as sub-committee:
E. N. Motrill. '
Rev. Mr. Becker.
John G.' Spencer.
W. G. Sargent.
Thomas J. Kenypn.
C. B. Heddlng.
E. L. Pound.
Toted, that the Secretary be requested to
forward copies of the proceedings of this meet
leg to the White Cloud Chief, Troy Dispatch,
Atchison Union and Atcnison Champion.
W. G. SARGENT, Chairman.
E. N. Moaaiix, Secretary.
To the Ptople of Kantas :
In the beginning we were promised
that "while the earth remained, seed
time and harvest, and cold and heat, and
gammer and winter, and day and night
shall not cease."
This great promise to man's hope and
tadattrv was made by Him, who is the
fountain of Troth ; who also eaid, "go
forth and replenish the earth ;" and who
said unto the tempest "be stilL" Bnt, in
to God's great purposes man cannot pry, ,
His ends are wonted out in tits own
good tine. He chastiseth for onr rood.
girith aid withholdetb that His namej
may rtcoivo mo uiguer giory among ms
creatures. Tbe contrite in heart are chas
tened and the proad are humbled. Let
rasa, therefore; not rapine at what, to
bin, is mystery, bnt rather let him
thank God, with humble obedience, pat
ting trust ia Uie great promises fulfilled
onto to many generation. rather bow
ia grateful adoration to Rim by whose
power ha breathes end moves, thaa ignor
aatly ecrte tbe hand which extended) !
Messing and withholdeth so needed
TniREronE, I, SAMUEL MEDAItY.
Gorernor of the Territory of Kansas, do,
ia accordance with custom a custom
sanctioned by a Christian people ap
point and set apart THURSDAY, the
29th day of November, 1860, as a day
of THANKSGIVING and PRAISE
for the many mercies vouchsafed to us.
Though drouth has come .upon as and
oar people are sorely tried ia this their
boar of destitution though the grana
ries are empty aad food is given out with
a sparing hand, yet it is a cause for re
joicing, for thanksgiving and praise, that
unusual health pervades every part of our
Territory that plenty is within reach
that the means of commnnication are
rapid that the hearts of a Christian peo
ple beat quick in acts of mercy, so that
oar wants are but to be made known to
be supplied; and, more than all, that we
have aa opportunity of doing good works
for one another that our hearts may have
a closer communion, and society be
moulded together with "Faith, Hope and
Given under the Seal of the Territory,
at the City of Lecompton, this 30th day
of October, A. D. I860.
By the Governor : S. MEDARY.
Georok M. Bebbi, Secretary of Kan
mLLTmr Admit Us I Tne census
returns of the Territory give us a popula
tion of 103,953, of which Leavenworth
has 11,370. Certainly no objection can
be raised against our admission in the
next Congress, at least so far as the requi
re population is concerned. Another
jetr will doubtless witness our now hap
py ami peaceful Territory a bright con
ttejlatiou in the Union of States. A
bright future awaits us under the auspi
ces of a new and jast Administration.
ClXCIKXiTI, Nov. 12.
This morning's Commercial says that
Breckinridge has determined to make a
trip to the Cotton States to address hie
fellow-citisens urging them to abide in
Forging Election Returns.
PmuiDBLPHiA, Not. 7.
ujerly, convicted of forging election
nturns in tbe First District, has beea
sentenced to two vears and a half impris
onment nd 9300 fine.
Chicago, Nor. 10.
According to the latest returns and the
vote of 1858 taken from towns not heard
from, Lincoln's majority is claimed to be
MjaOO. The Tribune claims the State
vT 5,nniB urns for the Territory of
aibrajbra are in, and place the popula
tion at 28,903 souls about onr fourth aa
fust as that of Kansas.
White Cloud Markets.
Flour, "$ sack, 2.503.50.
Wheat, 3! bushel,
Hides, a B,..
in ear, 40e.; shelled, 40c.
eoa Sides, Shoulders and Hams,
Coffet, ' . .
5wheat Flour,' 100 fts.,
L?aber, green, $10a feet,
HjinglM, V 1,000,
... '.khIiw Anonm Ttn.k.i
Anbnm .Docket. 1 sat.
that "the air wu
rant mUU i. '...
WAM ttl. a , .1 . - v.
. .... tun rmmMTm rw
"V "onsand" people." We
a3 g or
xee, we recollect; tk. :.. ..i
ti:.-.. t -" .wuiwir 01 toe
!. . wort, and upon the idea
being anmtad ,a theaong. immediately
, . ....y . xiuourn xocket.
AooDaw, Not. .
x. '"-!- meeting waa
held to ..night for the formation of a dab
of minute men. Spirited addressee were
made and a lartre nnmber nr .,.. .
-. u.-xa., .u me way or medicine, is, of
A I"1-..- ... -.-.. .
course, an impossibility; bnt if there isanything
"""" ioe approach to it. it is J. L.
Curtis' Mamaluke Liniment. If some of our
skeptical friends could, hear those whom it has
relieved descant upon its merits, thev would be
compelled to "give In." His Compound Syrup
of Sassafras is another preparation equally as
skillfully made. The many who hare tried it
regard it as a sure thing in coughs, colds, cen
sumption, 4c, Ac. See tbeadvertisement.
. ,LIST OF LETTERS,
REMAINING in the Post Office at White
Cloud, Kansas. November 15tb, 1860.
Anderson Levi C
Anderson W C
Leddington G W
Bradford Dana S
Bishop Geo Jr
Green W A
Hanawalt Benjamin F Williams Robert
Jones W P
The above letters, if not called for within
tnree months from date, will be sent to the Dead
tetter umce. H. F. MACY, P. M.
NOTICE is hereby given, that I will, on the
8th dav of December. A. D. 1660, at one
o'clock, P. JL, of 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 real estate, to
wit: the north east fourth' of tbe south-east
quarter of section 19, township 3, range 20, sit
uated in eaid County of Doniphan. Taken as
tbe property of Henry Gall, by virtue of two ex
ecutions to me directed, issued from the District
Court of Kansas Territorv. sittimr in acd for
the said County of Doniphan, for the trial of
causes arising under the laws or said Territory.
In one of said executions, Joel Rvan is plaintiff
and Henry Gall is defendant; and in the other
orsaid executions, Albert Perry is plaintiff and
Henry Gall is defendant. To he sold to satisfy
san execution ana costs.
Given under my band, this 6th day of No
vcmber, A. D. IfcijO.
JOS. F. HAMPSON, Acting Sheriff.
Br C. Liumd, Deputy Sheriff.
November 8, 1660-5w. Printer's fee, f9.
Amos Rutledge 1
ve. On bzecutioo.
Samuel Neesc. J
NOTICE is hereby given, that I will offer
for sale, at public auction, on the 8th day
of December, A. D. 1860, at one o'clock, f.
M., of that day, at the Court House door, in
tfaa city of Troy.Couotj of Doniphan, aad Ter
ritory oi Kansas, the following described real
estate, to wit: the north-east fourth, the oorth
west fourth, the southwest fourth, and the
soutit-east fourth, of the north-east quarter of
section x, m township 4, or range 2U, situated
in Doniphan County aforesaid, by virtue of an
execution to me directed, issued from the Dis
trict Court of Kansas Territory, sitting in and
tor the County of Doniphan, wherein the said
Amos Rutledre is plaintiff and the said Samuel
Neese is defendant. Levied on, and so much
of said premises will be sold, as may be neces
sary to satisfy the judgment and costs in said
cause and on said execution.
Given under my hand, this 6th day of No
vember, A. D. 1860.
JOS. F. HAMPSON, Acting Sheriff.
By C. Leland. Deputy Sheriff.
November 8, 18G0-5w. Printer's fee, $9-
Notice of Appraisal.
John J. Joy vs. )-On Order of Sale
Philip Warner 4 and
George C. ScrafTord. ) Execution.
NOTICE is hereby given to the said defend
ants, that an inventory and appraisal of the
south-west quarter of section 14, township 3,
range 19, situated i.i Doniphan County, K. T.,
will be takeu on the 1st day of November, A.
D. lebO, at 3 o'clock, l. M., ol uiatoay.on toe
said premises, which hare been ordered to be
sold by the District Court ot said Territory,
sittinc in and for said County, to satisfy the
judgment and costs in said cause
Uateu ucueryin, icou.
JOS. F. HAMPSON, Acting Sheriff.
By C. Lklaxd, Deputy Sheriff.
October 11,1 860-lw. Printer's fee, $5.
The Appraisal in the above cause is adjourn
ed to the 20th day of November, A. D. 1860, at
eleven o'clock. A. M., of that day.
JOS. F. HAMPSON, Acting Sheriff.
Bv C. Leund, Deputy Sheriff.
November 15; 1800-lw. Pr's fee, $20.
On Order of Sale
John J. Joy vs.
Fhilin Warner k
George C. ScrafTord.
OTICE is hereby given, that I will offer
for sale, at public auction, on tne i m aay
of November, A. D. 1860, at one o'cioca, r. j.,
at the Court House door, in the city ol Troy,
in the County of Doniphan, ana territory oi
Kansas, the followiwr described real estate, to
i. it,. nntli-wMiouarterofsectionl4,town-
ship 3, range 19. situated in said County. Ta
ken as the property of the said George C.
ScrafTord, and offered for sale, by virtue of an
order of sale issued from the District Court of
said Territory.'aitting in ana tor tue,yuu-y
Doniphan, forlhetrial of causes aruing under
the laws of said Territory, wherein JohnJ. Joy
is plaintiff, and said Philip Warner and George
C.crafforf are defendants, to satisfy the judg
ment and costs in said cause-
Dated October 3UI.1BW.
JOS. F. HAMPSON, Acting Sheriff.
By C. Latent), Deputy Sheriff;
October .11. 1860-5w. Printer's fee, $7.50
m. i. i l. .i entitled cause is ad
journed to the 27th day of November, A. D.
... - a- it. n ILr af that rlir.
IBWl, at one ociorn. "". -" -gr .-
JOS. F. HAMPSON. Acting Sheriff.
By C. LixaiiD, Deputy Sheriff.
November 15, 1860-2w. Pr's fee, $3.
uftTtrp :. k.Mh, tnren. that I will, at one
iL.i.L J...rHAMinh. A.
o'clock, i. M., onutu hi u.t .-. ------ r-
D. I860, offer for sale, at puoiic "'" ""
Court House door.ta the city of Troy. County
of Doniphan, Kansas Territory, the following
described real estate, to wit: twenty .
square, in the north-east corner of the south
west quarter of section eleven, township .two,
range nineteen east-of 6th mindian, in the
County of Donipbaa aforesaid. Taken as the
property of John Alford. on an execution to me
B iasued out of the DUtrict Court ofhe
Territory of Kansas, sitting in and for the said
County of Doniphan, for the trial of an
sinx under the laws of eaid Territory, wherein
C.C.Ajreeie plaintiff, and the said John Af
ford isdefendant, to satisfy said execution and
costs. Dated October atb, 860. t
JOS. r- HAMPSON, Acting Sheriff.
V By C.LaTD,DepuU Sheriff.
October II. IM60-5. -Printer's fee, fT
Stye Katwagr tyitf;
SOl. MILLER, EdStoTrBadPropri'etor,
WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS, -
u . - .5
Siireu Seascaiasaa Tar, Dolt... . .... :.
anvance; or if not" in advance, at the rate' of
urce isouaro a year. ,.,
Cixas. For Clubs of any number from ten
to twenty, one year, $1.50 each. For Cluba of
twenty ana over, l each. No Club taken for
a shorter time than one year, and none sent
unlesa the money accompanies the order. Any
person sending a Club of fifteen er more, will
be entitled to a copy one year, gratis.
Rates for Advertliiot;.
One square, (10 lines or leas,) one week, $1.00
Each additional insertion. 50
One square, one year, 1 0 .00
Busine8sCards,of51inesorleas,I vear, S.00
Liberal deductions will be made to those who
advertise by the year.
Tbe privileges of yearly advertisers to be
confined to their own regular business.
Administrators', Executors'. Final Settle
ment, Dissolution, Estniy and Petition Notices,
and announcing candidates for office, $3, in
Displayed advertisements charged extra. -
Special editorial notices. and communications
of a personal nature, $2 per square.
Aa vertisements received , not marked for any
specified number of Insertions,-will be contin
ued until forbid, and charged accordingly.
All transient advertisements must be paid
for strictly in advance.
Legal advertisements charged to the persons
ordering their insertion.
a The above regulations will be In all cases
rigidly adhered to, unless varied by special
KTJOB PRINTING, of every description,
executed in good style, upon short notice.
8. M. PETTENGILL & CO.'S
119 Ifa$tau St., N. Y., and 10 Stat St., Boston
S. M. PETTENGILL & CO. are the agents
Tor the "Chief," and the most influential and
largest circulating Newspapers in tbe United
States and the Canadas. They are authorized
to contract for us at our lowest rates.
J. 8. POST, General Newspaper, Adver
tiling and Subscription Agent, second story
north-west corner of Chestnut and Third Sts.
St. Louis, is our authorized Agent in that city
and is empowered to contract at our regula
Joshua Blangy )
George Barter. )
NOTICE is hereby given, that I will offer
for sale, at public auction, at the door of
the Court House, in Troy, in the County of
Doniphan, Kansas Territory, on the 27th day of
November, 1860, at 1 o'clock. F. M.. of that
day, all the right, title and interest of George
Barter in Lot IV, in Block SO, in white Cloud,
Kansas Territory. Takeu as the property of
said ueorge Barter, by virtue or an execution
to me directed, issued from the District Court
of Kansas Territory, sitting in and for Doniphan
Connty, upon suit in which said Joshua Blanrj
Is plh:ntiff, nnd George Barter is defendant, to
satisfy aid execution and costs.
Dated October 3d, A. D. 1660.
JOS. F. HAMPSON, Acting Sheriff.
3j C. Lsland. Deputy Sheriff.
October 4, 16tJ0-5w. Printer's fee, $8.
Fall & Winter Trade
I AM now reeeiring from the Eastern mar
kets a supply of Goods for the Fall and
Winter Trade, such as are suited to the wants
of the people of this country, consuming ol
Boots & Shoes, Hats & Caps, &c.
Also, a large quantity of
Virginia Tobacco and fine Cigan,
which will be sold Cheap.
Oysters and Canned Fruits,
which I will sell at the lowest figures possible.
by the dozen. A full and complete assortment of
READY MADE CLOTIIINGr,
SIIIRTS, COATS, PANTS, TESTS,
which ;hall be sold so as to defy competition.
COUNTRY PRODUCE of'all descriptions
taken in exchange for goois.
C. DANA SAYRS.
White Cloud. October 11. 1860-tf.
NOTICE is hereby given'to the tax-payers
of Doniphan County,' that the Taxes for
the year I860 will be due on the 10th of No
vember. I860.- On all Taxes remaining unpaid
by the first day of January, I86l, there will be
10 per cent, added, and collected in like man
ner as other Taxes. Also, all lands and town
lots on which the Taxes are not paid by the
first day of March, 1861, will be advertised and
sold far Taxes and costs. I will meet the tax
payers of the several Townships, for the col
lection of Taxes for the year I860, at the fol
lowing places and times, to wit:
White Cloud, December 3, I860.
Iowa Point, " 4, "
Highrand, " 5,
Gillmore's Precinct, " 6, "
Syracuse, " 7, -
Doniphan, " 10.
Geary City, " ll.
Petersburgh, " 12, -
Palermo, " 13, "
Wathena, " 14, "
Elwood, " 15. "
Bellemont, " . 17, "
Columbus City, " 18, "
Tro-T- " .J9' ",
The following is the basis of Taxes levied:
5 mills on the dollar on the assessed value of
all property, for the general expenses of the
County; 1 mill on the assessed value of all
property; and one dollar poll tax the last two
levies, it was ordered, should be paid in cash.
Territorial Tax, 3 mills on the dollar, and fifty
cents poll tax to be paid in cash or Territori
al Warrants. Township Taxes levied:
Centre Township, 3 mills on the dollar.
Wavne 1 " " T -
Manon " i " "
Burr Oak, a " "
Washington, 2 " " "
Persons wishing to pay Taxes and save costs,
as the time for the collection of Taxes is short,
can do so by calling at the County Seat.,
Dated this 25th day of October, A. D. 1860.
EDWARD S. DAVIS; County Treasurer,
nov. 1, 60-8w. c
C.G.J. Beeler k 1 On Order of Sale
Bolitar.Beeler vs. and
Sylvanus Dustin. J Execution.
"VTOTICE is hereby given, that I will offer
XN for sale, at public auction, on the 17th day
of November, A. U. tow, at l ociock, r. ai
of that day, at the Court House door, in' the
city of Troy, Doniphan County, Kansas Terri
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
of sale issued from the District Court of said
Territory, sitting in and for the Countf of Don
iphan, for the trial of causes arising under the
laws of said Territory, wherein said C. G.J.
Beeler and Bolivar Beeler are plaintiffs, and
said Sylvanus Dustin is defendant,.to satisfy
the iudement and costs in said .cause.
Dated October 9th, 1860-
JOS. F. HAMPSON. Acting Sheriff..
By C. Iasxaxo, Deputy Sheriff.
October 11, 1860-5w. Printer's fee, $7.50
POSTPONEMENT OF AFPRAIIAX.
John Jl Joy vs. George CSeraflbrd et al.
THE annraisal in this case is adjourned to
Noveatber 8tn.l860. at ILo'dock, A. M.
Bovesaoer- y. HA1pS0Nj Actfag ayr.
' " "By C Lauuia, Depaty Sheriff.,
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EKwir&ig ud CowniasiM Meitfrnt,
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WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS,
Haa just received a large lot of
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.Haw art Iuk!rlitrsses,
CHAIRS. AND TABLES, .
LIQUORS OF ALL KLND8,
GROCERIES OF ALL KINDS,
FAINTS AND OILS,
Which I will sell as low as tbe lowest, exclu
sively for Cash.
The highest price paid for produce.
Air of Javae's JsTeaicinea for Sale.
:8. L. JKNNINGS.
September IS, 60-tf.
IASXIBAL t ST. JOSEFS K. R.
Passenger Express Leaves St. Joseph 6 A. M.
Stock Train " - 4 P. M.
Freight ' " 5 A.M.
Passenger Express arrives atSt Joe. 9 JO P. M.
Emigrant Tiain " " 8:30 A.M.
Freight " 3:30 P.M.
Freight Train has Passsenger Car attached.
Close connections made by each Train with
Mississippi boats and all Eastern Railroads.
Tickets sold to all principal places in the
The most ample provisions for taking Stock
with care and dispatch, and at tbe lowest rates.
Cannactions made at St. Joseph with Packets
up and down the river, and with stage lines to
all parts or Kansas.
J. T. K. HAYWARD, General Sup't.
CapL CsTUca. Assistant Superintendent.
P. B. GaoiT, Gen. Ticket Agent.
Jos. Loomis, Gen. Freight Ag't, Hannibal Mo.
D. Saw:, General Agent.
Wholesale and Retail!
rilHK undersigned haa permanently located
X in White Cloud, at the stand recently oc-
cuDied bv Henry Beckett, where he has opened
out, and is constantly receiving, large stocks of
CADDIES OF ALL KINDS,
ef the very best quality!
OYSTERS AND SARDINES 1
Oraiges and Lemeis !
CIGAK8, SMOKING AND CHEWING TOBACCO!
RAISINS AND FIGS!
NUTS OP ALL KINDS I
Lemon Syrup and Fresh Peachei!
Toyt and Perfumery I
The Choicest Wiies ait Liqsers,
Laser Beer, and Old Cider Tinegarl
FLOUB AND MEAL,
STONE WARESTTGAR, BUTTBK,
SODA CRACKERS. CHEESE,
Bread, Pies, Cakes,
and eatables of all kinds!
Ica Cream once or twice eaeb week I
I have also
The Finest Quality Bifle Powder, Shot,
Caps, and Lead I
A call is solicited from all persons wishing to
purchase any article in my line, either at whole
sale or retail, as I feel conSdent that I can fill
orders at as reasonable figures as any house in
this upper country.
JAMES M. BECKETT.
White Cloud, June 14, 1860-tf.
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For sale bv Shrcve k Macy, White Cloud;
Root & Cook, Padonia; Zook k Baldwin, For
est Citv; J. E. Burbank, Falls Citv; Leigh &
Shields, Iowa Point; J. H. Wlldy. Highland;
Peter k Nephler, Oregon; and Dy uealersgen
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mirw. nTinir has iostcomDle ted hfs Shin-
JL gle Machine, -and is bow manufacturing
Cottonwood ari Walnut Shingles, the best that
quantity 'filled on the shortest notice, if not on
Band, at tne most reasouaoie prices.
I maybe found at White Cloud, just below
Partridge-It Co.'s Saw Mill.
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JLUylFUl CIGARS, which wiU be soldat
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Morris & cheney
A RE on hand, aa usual, with a large and
jm- comptate assortment er all sses and pat-
Cask, Farlsr, ail Heattig 8tsres,
comprising the latest and most improved styles;
TIN, COPPER, AHD SHEBMB0H WABI,
in any quantity to sari the market altof which
will be sold "dirt cheap," for tbe CASH!
We have also on liand
BAR IRON AND STEKL,
of various kinds, to suit the 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 J. 1860-ly.
500,000 lbs, Wool Wanted
ST. JOSEPH. MO.
Two IxtensiTd Woollen factories),
IN SUCCESSFUL OPERATION.
Oil New and Fitted Vp with all the
WE are prepared to manufacture to order,
and hare for sale, tbe following goods:
latlseti, Heary asi Lffit,
White, Colored, Striped and Plain
FLANNELS, FDLLED L1NSEY8,
Colored, White and Mixed, ljyds Wide,
Blanket! of all Kinds and Qualities,
YARXI OP ALL BI7.IB A5D COLOKB.
Warranted all Goode of the Beet Material.
We will exchange the above Goods for Wool
FANCY DYEING TO ORDER.
W Kill Pay C fir aay enseal TTeel
N. BUELL & SON. BUILL DIXON.
June 14, 60-Cm.
THX SEADT T AWXT
A N indespensible article in every family,
wherebv, with their ordinarv kitchen crease
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
Pat np in nlrtigat Iron boxes of lib.
each, which will make, with 4 to a
lbs. common crease, from IS to
95 gallons elegant soft soap,
or 8 to 10 lbs. hard.
It has now been several years since this in
valuable article was first introduced to the Pub
lic, and tho 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 IMITATION! t
The success of our article like that of all dis
coveries of true merit and value, has induced
unnrincinled parties to imitate it. We therefore
UAUT1UN Tilt; ruiJL.lU against wortniess
COUNTERFEITS and to take none but the
genuine, original and patented .article, Mann
factored only by the -
Of East Tarentnm, Alleghany Co. Fa.
OFFICE AND DEPOT,
Ko. 896 Penn St.,
Above tho Canal Bridge,
Who also Manufacture of standard qnality.
Caustic Soda for Soap Makers,
Soda Ash, Copperas,
Refined Soda Ash, Manganese,
Sal Soda, Nitric Acid,
Choloryde of Calcium Soda Saleratua,
Bleaching Powder, Sulphrio Acid,
MuraticAcid, Aqua Fortis,
Extra Refined Bnow-White Table, Dairy
and Packing Salt, warranted entirely Pure and
Dry, put up in various packages and styles.
The only Pure Salt In the country. '
FOR SALE BY ALL
Store-Keepers in the United States.
1000 Cases Saponifier, genuine, for sale at
manufacturers, prices In lots to suit purchasers,
by ,PIKE k KELLOO
april 5, 60-ly. St. Louis, Mo.
Health and Happiaess Secired !
THE CONCENTRATED CURE
THE CONCENTRATED CURE
A POWERFUL REMEDY
A POWERFUL REMEDY
FOR EARLY INDISCRETION
FOR EARLY INDISCRETION
TRY IT ! TRY IT !
TRY IT! TRY IT!
Youne men who are sufferinr from the effects
of youthful indiscretion can be surely and per
manently restored by using tne
A Xsmedy of Great ana Certala. Fewer!
This remedy is put up in small vials; and can be
sent by mail to any address. A trial will satis
fy. Use it for a week, and you,will experience
a great benefit. A circular containing full par
ticulars: senf(free)'on application. Price per
One bottle will last a month., t
N. B. This remedy is suitable for either ssx.
Address, K.CRUGER, Medical Agent,
irj, Broauway, new xora.
August 11, 1859-ly. -
Hawari AsMclatle-- ttilaielpkla
A Benevolent InU?n.ihtd h epeeud
Endowment, fir the Relufofae Suh ndjh
tnt$ed.mMufed - Fintieal aad Ejndemae
DUttM.nd etpeeiaUffir&e OmofDUime.
tiof Sexual Organ:
MEDICAL ADVICE given gratis, by the
Artinir Snnreon. to all who apply by let-
i. with dMt-rintion of their condition, face.
occupation, habits of life, e-,) aad incases of
extreme poverty. Medicines furnished tree of
VALUABLE REPORTS on Spermaaorrhese,
and other Diseases of the Sexaal Organs, and
on the NEW REMEDIES employed ia the
Dispensary, sent to the aHicted in sealed letter
envelopes, free orcharge. Two or three Sumps
for postage will be acceptable.
a'SjLr- rv v saTTr.T.lrT HOUGHTON.
Acting Surgeon, Howard Association, No. t,
South Ninth Street, Philadelphia, Ta. By or
der ef the Directors. -
EZRA D. HEARTWxIj, rrmnmmm.
GEO. FAIRCHILD; SeereCrf.
- - small J co
Jl. li9. Steerni Stmt,
, , T-LOCBsW :
MJ U IIJsl MW MA MM
Cheaper than Ever!
In Full Blast!
rriHE undersigned, proprietors of the White
J- Uload bteam saw Mill, take pleasure in
announcing to the public, that their mill is in
the verr best order, and they have commenced
operations for the season. They are prepared
to do sawing of every kind and description, on
tne shortest notice. They will saw on tbe
halves, or for menev, very cheap. They will
constantly kcepon hand
ALL KINDS OF LUMBER!
which they will sell a little cheaper than eaa
be had anywhere else, for Cash, or to good men
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 yourselves that we
can do just what we say.
WM. MAUCK a SONS.
White Cloud, March 17, 1859-tf.
DUNS regularly on the Missocri
J.I River, at the following rates:
For crossing a team of 1 pair of horses or
mules, or 1 voke of cattle, and
wagon, loaded or empty, $0.78
Three yoke of cattle and wagon, ISA
One horse and buggy, 10
Saddle horse and rider, ft
Loosehorses, perhead, ll
Cattle, per head, 19
Hogs and sheep, per head, 4
Foot passengers, 10
Northern emigration, from Missouri, Iowa,
Illinois, Wisconsin or Michigan, either for Cal
ifornia or an y part of Kansas or Southern Ne
braska, will find a mall route to this point, on
a State Road from Des Moines, Iowa: and as
cood roads through Missouri, by way of Sevan
nah and Oregon, to this place, as to any other
point on tne river, i nere are good landings
on both sides of the river; and on the Kansas
side, all streams and sloughs, to the Nemaha,
hare free bridges, recently made for the Gov
ernment trains from this place to Salt Lake
and Utah. We can say to the California emi
gration, that they can strike the old California
Road within 12 miles of this place, and they
will find good grazing for stock within half a
mile of the river, and plenty of wood and water
on the route to the Big Blue, only 80 miles from
here: and they will find this road over 40 miles
shorter than the 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
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 as good a
farming region, extending for over 50 miles
back of the river, as can be found in anv part
of Kansas. MOORES k TAYLOR.
June 9, 59-ly.
WHITE OLOUD, KAN8AS.
JOHN H. WTT, I I I PROPRIETOR.
THIS HOUSE, which has just been Wk
completed, is one of the largest and MvL
finest in the West. It is now open to the pub
lic, and will be kept in a style equal to the best
Hotels, every department win De conducted
In such a way as' to aDbrd the greatest amount
ef comfort to those stopping at tne House.
Will at all times be supplied with tbe very
best that the market affords, both of the neces
saries and the delicacies of life.
THE 8IEEPIHO APABTaTBHTfl
Are roomy and well ventilated, and the bed
ding will always he louna in gooa condition.
There are likewise good Stabling and Feed
for Horses, and a competent person to take
charge of them.
The House ca . accommodate a large aumber
of persons, and tno utmost attention will ever
be given to the wants of the public.
April 21, 1853-tf.
rpiIB subscriber offers for sale, on liberal
X terms, several choice tracts of timbered
and prairie lands, located near White Cloud
The timbered tracts will be divided to suit pur
chasers. V. D. MARKHAM
WMte Cloud seot. 29, 59-tf.
Try Ward's Telegraph Tonie!
FOR FEVER AND AGUE,
TTCTHICH never fails to cure! Warranted,
v V if taken aurdlng to directions, to effect
a cure. The proprietor can produce a thousand
certificates to those who wish to see them, but
does not think it necessary to display them, as
the medicine will recommend itself, if given a
trial. Try it once, and satify yourself.
Warranted perfectly vegetaoieananarmiess.
For sale bv Shrere k Macy, White Cloud:
and by Dealers everywhere. AH orders must
be addressed to W. W. WARD, Mansion
House, Leavenworth Citv, Kansas, General
Agent for Kansas, Nebraska, and the Western
States. juiy ai,-om.
Brace's New Trk Trpe-Fewiry,
HAS now on hand an immense stock of
Roman Type, Fancy Type,
Copperplate Script. German Type.
Music Type, Ornaments,
Chess and Checker Tpe, Borders,
Brass and Metal Rules. Leads,
Brass and Electro. Circlesand Ellipses,
Labor Saving Rules, Comer Qaads
Metal Furniture, etc.
The types are all cast by steam, power frosa
tlut bard metal peculiar to this Foundry. The
unequalled rapidity In the process of easting
enables me to sen ueie more ouraoia jpea
the lowest pneesor. ordinary types, eitner ter
cash.or credit. '
Presses, Wood Type, Ink, Cases, Sticks, etc.,
furnished at the manufacturer's lowest prices.
A specimen pamphlet of Fonts of Letter only.
ana prices, raanevi iniukiug unb,vu -ception
of seven cents, to pre-pay tbe postage:
Printers of .Newspapers who choose to publish
this advertisement, including this note, three
times before the 1st day of August, 1859, and
forward me one of tbe papers, will be allowed
their btOs, at the time of saaUnra purchase
frosa me of five times the assouator ssy
13, Chassbers Street, New Yerk
"Dapwrtait ft) Farmers !
METROPOLIS FLOUR BOILS,
vrraK nnmrietars of these Mills are now resv-
' 1 Ai to receive the new crop of Wheat, aad
UITV(mia DVVCHW11,BMiv hmwu w.
. - T:.. ,,&J 1 .tarn .IImIimi m
FARMERS to the iaSS-Bee ef threshing;
cleaning and getting IssPJBWeat to market at
the earliest possioie umerw vom uamage oa
loss by letting it remain fa tbe field till the Fall
niMMKtn Thresh vour wheatat the same
time of reaping, if possible; bring it ia, we will
tore it free of charge till yea wish to well
Yon will here find sale for all your wheat at
the highest aurttet price, or yoa caaexenange
it for flour on the most favorable terms.
Give aa good', deaa wheat, aad we will give
yoa the beat owewoSjto Ahjaerkei.
' .-.',- 'BAKLB At aVlCTINtl.
What MrerjUij Wait.,
THE FAMILY DOCTOR?
Simple Reenewie, Easily Obtained, for'
tbe Cra of Disease ia all Forms.
PMFESSOK HENRY S. TAYLOR; M. D.
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aad how to cook for them;
low to prepare Drinks, Foul
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valuable hints for the preser
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