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L. KILI.KK, . - . . . EDITOR.
WHIT1 CLOUD, KAH8AS:
Thirtiay, : : Deceiter 27, 1890.
Tire Thiko - Did axd Dobe." The
8oath Carolina Convention, by a OBani-
raoas vote, haa passed the Onlinaneoof
Secession, and Hie State is now prepar
ing to set np on her own hook. Com
missioners an to be sent to Washington,
to treat with the President for the release
of the Government property in that Blalo,
Tfca disunion men in different States are
firing salutes in honor of South Caroli
na's secession ; bnt beyond this, it seems
to. create verj little sensation.
Sooth Carolina has been a sore boil
npon the body politic; bnt now she has
-broken, and Dr. Lincoln will shortly
put her through a course of treatment
Mrnich will speedily heal over the sore,
leaving the Union healthier for it. To
show how great would be the loss to the
country, were South Carolina to remain
ontwe.need only refer to the iUmof
post offices. She pays into the Govern
moot postal revenno, in round numbers,
091,000 per annum, while the expense
to the Government, for conveying her
mails, etc., is 8192,000. Thus the Post
Office Department loses 8101,000 annu
ally, to supply South Carolina with
mails alone. Other things, we doubt
not, are in proportion.
Bloody Plot. It is rumored that
large bodies of men are secretly organiz
ing in Virginia and Maryland, for the
purpose of attacking Washington City,
on or before the 4th of March, assassins
ting Lincoln and Hamlin, and breaking
up or taking possession of the Govern
ment. While some affect to hoot at the
idea, others, who profess to know some
thing of the plans, express great fears
npon' the subject. The friends of Lin
coln and Hamlin will be on hand in suf
ficient force to slightly interfere with this
arrangement; but if the infamous plot
should bo carried out, it would be the
signal for. a deluge of blood, such as the
-world has never witnessed. The dirani
onr controversy would close then.
LiATE and iNTEnESTiNO. Un the eve
ning" of the 26th inst. Maj. Anderson
evacuated Fort Moultrie, spiked the gnns,
and demolished the Fort with fire. He
transferred his force to Fort Sumpter,
where he is strengthening the defences,
intending to hold out to tho last. It is a
pleasure to know that the honor of the
nation is guarded by such gallant men as
Maj. Anderson, in tho peril brought on
by the imbecility of the miserablo old
-dotard of a President.
From the movements of troops and
ships at the Navy Yards, it is thought
that several war vessels have at length
been ordered to Charleston harbor.
"Sufferers from Scrofula and Scrof-
nlous afflictions, clean np 1 Why wear
your Pimples, Blotches, Ulcers, Bores ?
Why have the life twisted out of you by
Dyspepsia, Rheumatism and Gout?
Why suffer Syph litic and Mercurial dis
eases to rot the bones in your body, or
the floshoffyonr bones? Why let your
sluggish blood- drag and scatter its dis
tempers throngh your vsias? Atkb's
Coup. Ex't of Sarsaparilla cures these
complaints, and cleanses thsm out of the
system. Use it faithfully and yon bring
to socisty a healthier, cleanlier, and far
more acceptable member. Democrat,
Kansas Relikf. T.P. Herrick, Esq.,
Secretary of the Kansas Relief Commit
tee, publishes weekly statements of the
receipts and distribution of aid by the
Committee, by which we see that justice
is being done to every part of the Terri
tory, as far as it lies in the power of the
Committee to do so. Whatever there
may be to complain of, or whatever im
position may be practiced, with regard
'to Kansas aid, we feel assured that the
Belief Committee at Atchison is not ac
countable for it.
Bbsioned. Gov. Medary has resigned!
He gives almost two colnmns of reasons
for so doing, ont of which no meaning
can be made, except that his " forte" is
editing a newspaper, the times are squal
ly, and be feels that it devolves upon him
to save the Union, by returning to his
"forte" and "pitching in." Beebe is
now Governor. It would be a pity if
Kansas were admitted in time to nip in
the bud that message which he has pre
pared for the coming session of the Leg
islatures ' Two telling speeches were made
in the Senate, last week one by Wade,
of Ohio ; the other by Johnson, of Ten
nessee. They were both emphatically
Union, and in favor of forcibly resisting
secession. That's the right kind of talk.
It is r the true ground for Tennessee to
take as she did, in the person of Gen.
Jackson, nearly thirty years ago.
Skow. The best snow we have had
in three years; fell on Monday, covering
ths ground to the depth of six inches.
It afforded several days' fine sleighing;
bat' the rain has since pretty much spoil
ed that fun.
f& The cold weather ws have had for
some days past, has bridged over the
Blimonri, and during the present week it
has been crossed, on tho ice, by "man
and beast." tt , ',, A , -
VatOBOCS ExPLoiT-"AlargeT)ody of
the " rantankerous" Democracy of St
Joseph, under the eye of the immortal M.
Jeff, made a descent npon the freight de
pot of tae Hannibal and St. Joseph
Railroad, some two Sabbaths since, while
the employees were mostly at church-
Their intent was to overhaal the boxes
marked "Kansas Belief," to ascertain
whether they did not contain, gnu and
other warlike implements. Having gain
ed an entrance into the depot, they com
menced npon the most suspicions looking
box in the lot, and broke it open, when
their astonished visual organs rested np
on a quantity of white beans, an old cof:
fee-mill, a jack-knife, a pair of boots,
and soma clothing. Tho chivalry post
poned farther investigation, and incon
As the zealous patriots seem determin
ed to discover some bnggaboo to stop
the supplies which are being sent to the
starving people of Kansas, wo will sug
gest a plan. Let one of their number
M. Jeff, for instance proceed to the
East, buy np a large quantity of old
guns, box them np, mark them " Kansas
Belief," and ship them; then, keeping
track of them, as soon as they anive in
St. Joseph, have his hounds to make an
other descent npon the depot, and disco
ver the diabolieal swindle being perpe
trated nnder the garb of charity ! This
wonld answor all their purposes, and
wonld be just high enough a the scale of
honor for the small sqnad of ruffians who
are doing their utmost to bring dishonor
npon the fair name of St. Joseph.
New York Lbdoxr. Of all literary
papers of which the world can boast, the
New York Ledger, for enterprise, inter
est, and the talent employed npon its
columns, stands the highest. None but
the best talent of the country is employ
ed by the publisher, and nothing is deem
ed to costly that will serve to add inter
est and popularity to the Ledger. Its
success is unprecedented in the annals of
newspaperdom. It has readers in every
nook and corner of the land, and fortunes
are expended annually in getting it up.
Durinz tho comine year, it will take a
long stride in advance of preceding years.
Its list of contributors will embrace such
distinguished names as those of Presi
dent Buchanan, Edward Everett, George
Bancroft, William Cullant Bryant, John
G. Saxe, George P. Morris, N. P. Wil
lis, George D. Prentice, Thomas Dnnn
English, Sylvanns Cobb, Jr., Emerson
Bennett, William Ross Wallace, T. S.
Arthur, P. Hamilton Myers, Col. Wal
ter B. Dunlap, Dr. S. Compton Smith,
John Esten Cooke, Mrs. Sigourney, Mrs
Southworth, Fanny Fern, Anna Cora
Ritchie, Alice Carey, Mary Forest, Ma
rion Harland, Miss E. A. Xupuy, Mary
Stanley Gibson, Phoebe Carey, and many
clergymen, professors in Colleges, States
men, and other eminent writers residing
in different parts of the Union.
Tkbhs. Single copies, 82 a year ;
twoxopies, 83 ; four copies, 86 ; eight
copies, 812. Any person sending a
club of eight, with 812, will be entitled
to a copy free, for his trouble. Address
Robert Bonner, No. 40, Park Row, New
Gleasos's Illustrated Lithhary
Coxfariov. This valuable Literary
Weekly will commence a new volnme on
the first of January, 1861, in grand style,
with new type and new dress throughout.
The Companion in an elegant, moral 'and
refined miscellaneous Family Journal.
Its columns are entirely devoted to Po
lite Literature, Wit and Humor, Prose
and Poetic Gems. An unrivalled corps
of writers and artists have been engaged
for the coming year, and several new and
popular features will be introduced.
Each number will be beautifully illustra
ted. In size the Literary Companion is
some fifteen hundred square inches, form
ing a mamoth weekly of sixteen octavo
pages, and containing nearly twice as
much reading matter and of a more re
fined character than any other weekly pa
per. Terms, 1 subscriber.f 2 ; 8 do.,
812, and one gratis. Sample copies sent
free. Published weekly by F. Gleason,
corner of Tremont and Bromfield streets,
HowjqJSaxi jcas Ukiox. Mayor
Henry, chief magistrate of the enlighten
ed city of Philadelphia, which gave Lin
coln a majority of 800 over all the other
candidates combined, attended the recent
Union saving meeting in that city, and
made a speech, in whioh he set forth his
plan to restore harmony between tbe
North and South. It was simply to pre
vent the press, the pnlpit, and public
speakers from uttering views in opposi
tion to slavery 1 At tbe next charter
election, the voters of that city should
signify their appreciation of Mayor Hen
ry's advice, by consigning him to his
proper element dirt !
A majority of the country press
issued no papera this week, in order to
allow their hands to keep the Holidays.
As we have not skipped" an issue, our
subscribers must put np with a smaller
amonnt of reading than 'usual, this week
jy It was reported here, the other
day, that Kansas was admitted, which
made our people feel good generally.
We are sorry to say tbe report was a
hoax, bnt hope they .will have substantial
cause for rejoicing, ere many days.
JVIt is said'tbafPresideut Buchan
an has received a letter from Lancaster,
Pa., notifying him that aa soon as the
secessionists took possession of Fort
Moultrie, his homestead at Wheatland
wonld be burned to tho ground. That
wonld be poor revenge. The Constitu
tion provides a punishment for him,
which should be rigorously applied. He
knows the forts about Charleston' are
poorly garrisoned; the commandant, who
should know best, has petitioned for aid ;
his leeal advisers have counseled the
sending of aid ; to all of which he has
given no heed. Thus, he has knowing
lyand willfully aided and abetted trai
tors and enemies of the Unien, violated
his oath of office, and rendered himself
liable to impeachment. As soon as ths
forts ars taken, impeachment should, fol
Washihotox, Dec. 21.
The select Committee of the Senate
on the crisis, met today and had a free
interchange of opinion, during which
Mr. Douglas said th'at he was ready to
nmte in recommending sucn amendments
to the Constitntion as wonld take the
slavery question ont of Congress, in view
of the dancers whicn threatened tne re
pnblie with disunion, revolution and civ
il warv tie was prepared to act npon tne
matters in controversy withont regard to
his Drevions action, and as if he bad nev
er made a sDecch or given a vote on the
Senator Bigler, who is oa the Com
mittee, has been for some days maturing
a plan by which .the slavery question by
the amendment ot tne constitntion may
be removed altogether from tongrcssion
al control. It meets the approbation of
Lients. Dozier and Hamilton and sev
eral acting midshipmen, natives of Sonth
Carolina, have resigned their commissions
Kin U. S. navy.
Washiiqtox, Dec. 17.
Sbxate. Mr. Clark's resolution of in
quiry, requesting the President to inform
the Senate what number of men were
stationed at Forts Monltrie and Sumpter,
and whether in his judgment the number
was sufficient to defend those forts against
any attack or domestic violence ; wheth
er additional men had been ordered- to
either of said forts, or any steps taken to
put them in a condition to resist an at
tack ; in whose custody the arsenal at
Charleston is placed ; what arms and
property are there kept, or removed by
whom ; why said arms are not put in
possession of officers of ths United
States, upon a requisition, or if this has
ever been refused ; and further, what in
strnctions have been given ths officers of
said forts in ease of a demand to surren
der them by any person in authority
made upon them ; also, any corresnon
deuce between the Commander in Chief
of the American army, relative to the
necessity of supplying the officers of
said forts with protection, was taken np.
Mr. Brown objected to its consideration
and it was laid over.
St. Louie, Deo. 20.
A duel was "fought yesterday morning
in the rear of the Harlem nouse located
on the Bellfontaine road a few miles
North of this city. The principals were
Brie. Gen. D. M. Frost of the Missonn
Militia and E. B. Sayers a civil ongincer
of this city. Mr. bayers served in the
late Southwest expedition as Quarter
Master, and while absent wrote a letter to
tho Missouri Democrat reflecting on Gen
Frost. Immediately on their return the
Gen. repaired to Sayers office and as
saulted him with a horse whip. Sayers
sent a challenge which was promptly ac
cepted. The weapons selected were du
el ling pistols. Distance twelve paces.
Shots were exchanged withont injury to
either party, and the affair was amicably
adjusted. Gen. Frost privately informed
his second previous to the doel that he
did not intend to shoot Bayers, it being
well known that he might have done so
if he chose.
The Hoxkstia Bill. The Home
stead bill, which passed the House of
Representatives on Thursday, Dec. 5,
and now before the Senate, provides that
any person who is tbe head of a family,
or who has arrived at tbe age of 21
years, and is a citizen ot tne United
States, or who shall have filed his intsn
tion to become such, as required by the
naturalization laws, shall be entitled to
enter, free of cost, one hundred and sixty
acres ot unappropriated public lands,
npon which said person may have filed
a pre emption, at 81,25 per acre, with
the further provision that, if the pre-
emptor resides npon and cnltivates the
land for five years, it shall beeome his or
her property, on the payment of ten dol
lars, and be entitled to a patent, as in
other cases provided by law. If the pre
emption is at 82,50 per acre, then only
eighty acres can be entered nnder the pro
visions of-this law. i
New Yobk, Dec. 22.
The Tribune states positively that Mr.
Lincoln is ntterly opposed to any Com
promise that shall yield one iota of tbe
position ocoupiea or ineitepuoucan pari...:i: . , l .,.. ..
ty on the subject of slavery in the Ter-
Commodore Kearney has resigned his
position in tbe Wavy.
A letter from the Afriean Squadron
repoits the capture by the Mohican of
another slaver with nine hundred slaves.
The President will send a special Mes
sage to Congress on Monday, in reference
to secession. Tbe same correspondent
haa a donbtful report that a letter from a
prominent citizen of Lancaster, Pa., says
that so sore as Ft. Monltrie is taken by
tho secessionists, Mr. Buchanan s resi
dence at Wheatland, will be burned to
ashes. Correspondence of Nev Tori
Washixotox, Dee. 21.
A dispatch from tbe editor of the Mis
sissippian and State Gazette, published
at Jackson, to the Mississippi Delegation
in Congress, dated this evening, states
that Mississippi has elected delegates te
the yStato Convention In favor of sepa
rate State secession by a very large ma
jority. Say 70 in Convention of 100
delegates, and by a popular maioritv of
30,000 vote. -
Auukt. N. Y.. Dec 17. Ths Eve
ning Journal Jms a leading editorial from
the pen of Thvlew Weed, takiBg strong
conservative gronao, aad while maintain
ing tbe constitatieaaiity ot tne principles
ef the Republican party, advising each
a compromise as will settle the diffical
ties and avert the evils at present threat
ening the Uaicm.
Ths compromises are thus set forts : .
"We are prepared to say that aa effi
cient bat-not revolting fogitiye slave law
should be passed ; and that 'its passage
should be followed' by a repeal pt the
personal liberty bills."
We are almost prepared to say that
ths Territories may be aafely left to take
care of themelve.arid. when they con
tain the requisite population, may- come
into the Union with a State Government
of their own, not conflicting with the
Constitution of the United 8tatea. This
in visw of the surroundings of ths Terri
tory belonging to tbe United States ; in
view of the fact that for four years at
least, freedom will bave fair play ; and
in view of two other elements emigra
tion and the census this we'say, almost
constrains ns to believe ws may now
confine the futnre of theTerritorise to the
intelligence and patriotism of those ws
are to admit. -, t'
If this snggeetisn'is nnadvirable. there
is another, hhish contemplates a division
ot tne remaining territory of the United
States, as in 1820, when the Missouri
Compromise line was established.
To this we shall be told that the com
pact was violated, and that tbe Sonth
cannot be trusted. Perhaps it would be
so again, bnt not in our generation, nor
in the next, nor, indeed, until the lessons
of the last six years are forgotten."
Senator Seward has been here for three
daya, and left to-day for Auburn.
It is believed that tbe Journal article
represents the views of Mr. Lincoln.
Washixotow, Dec. 21
At tne meeting ot tne committee on
the Union to-day, the following proposi
tions were discussed :
An enabling act for Pike's Peak and
flew Mexico, and admission of Kansas,
which would settle difficulties concerning
that .territory. Tho Convention ad-
jonrned till January 7th. Subsequently
the ttepubltcan members bad a caucus
and came to the conclusion that no prop
ositiqn satisfactory to nltra 8onthern
States by way of amendment to the Con
stitution could be adopted by the people,
and therefore it was necessary to prepare.
The same correspondent says the Cabinet
was in session all day discussing the na
tional crisis. He also says that Gen.
McLean will on Monday announce the
passago of the secession ordinance and
the South Carolina delegation will retire.
Mississippi and Alabama members con
sulted as to the propriety of withdraw
ing at the same time and decided to
await the action of their States.
Union Meeting at Buffalo Millard Fill
more aa a Peace Messenger to South
Bottalo, Dee. 12.
A spontaneous meeting of some three
hundred of the most substantial citizens
of Buffalo was held last evening, at the
U. S. Court-room, for the purpose of re
questing lion. Millard Fillmore to pro
ceed to the State of South Carolina as a
messenger of peace.
A Committee waited upon Mr. Till
more, who expressed the warmest sym
pathy with the purposes of the meeting.
He said, however, that he had been invi
ted to attend a meeting npon national
subjects, of prominent conservative men,
in this State, and that he should feel
bound to await the result of the latter
Washikotox, Dec. 19.
Mr. Cass's letter to the President is
brief, in which he approves of the annu
al message save in two particulars, which
ho plainly states. Conceiving there
should be unity in the Cabinet Council
he tendered his resignation. The Presi
dent in ackno wlrdging the receipt
of the letter regrets thia difference
of opinion. Both gentlemen ex
changed friendly assurance. Brevet
Lieut. Walker has resigned from the ar
my, lie was at the time in command
of the United States Arsenal in Georgia,
of which State he is a native. Edward
McGowan, Delegate elect from the Ter
ritory of Arizona, has arrived here. Ed
ward M. Staunton, was to-day appoint
ed Attorney General by the President.
New Yobk, Dec. 17.
A rumor was prevalent, yesterday, that
a "mob would attack Plymouth Church,
Broadway, in the evening, where it was
expected tnatuenry Ward Ueecher would
preach another violent anti-slavery ser
mon. A posse of two hundred Metro
politan police officers were detailed in
and abont the building, but notwithstan
ding fh immense crowds in attendance,
their services were not called in requisi
tion. A subscription for the relief of
Kansas, wan taken np in the morning.
BsLTOonm, Dec. 21.
South Carolina secession produced not
the slightest sensation here, one way or
the ether. People seemed willing and
cheerfnl, and the streets were generally
erowaea ami ousrness oetier. ine pre
Vnrtt, a !, ..j m.v u
North now does right and makes honors
ble, manly concessions, and will repeal
the obnoxious laws, tho other Sontbern
States will cheerfully meet them.
Niw York, Dec. 24.
Wm. H. Russell,; a contractor te carry
supplies te tbe array in Utah, was arres
ted by U. 8. Marshal Rynders en a charge
of being one of the parties charged with
the hypothecation of the Indian trust
fund bonds. He was ordered to be u&v
mediately returned te Washington.
SpxixaniLD, Mass.. Dec. 19.
A special election for Mayor took place
in tbis city to-day; a. V. itemis, Deas-
wasrelected by 90 majority, over D. L.
Harris, Bsp. The vote is 100 larger than
that cast at the Presidential election.
Much excitement prevailed while the elec
tion was progressing.
Probably Fatal Acctdxxt to Bar.
J. H. Ixobaram. Graad Junction, Dec
10. The Rev. J..H. Isjrraham, Episco
pal minister, aad author of "The Pillar
of Fire," accidentally shot himself at
Holly Springs on Saturday last. He is
now lying in a very prccarieas coaditioa.
Ricbhohd, Va., Dec 21.
The secession of Sonth Carolina seems
to give great satisfaction here. A move
ment is on foot to hoist Palmetto nags
with fifteen stars from the Custom bouse.
I am informed from high authority, that
a paper containing a request to Mr. ifotts
to leave the State is being circulated for
signatures. It has alreadr received the
signatures of many influential citizens.
KAMI KACatt RAG III'
We will let any quantity of clean cotton or
a rag, al 1 osnt pee pond, la payment for
sasscripaoa, advertising aad Job work. Save
yew raps, and get something for them, instead
ef aaetioi them away. No other kind will be
ken snch aa at named above.
THE GREAT RESTORATIVE.
FEVER AND AGUE CURED BY DR
M'LANE3 LITER PILLS.
ID Mr. Jonathan Hoagbman, of West Uni
oa. Park County, IIKnoia, writes to the propria
tors, Filming Bros., of Pittsburgh, that he had
suffered greatly from a severe and protracted
attack of Fever and Ague, and was completely
restored to health by the use of the Lirer Pills
alone. These Pinauaqnestioaably possets ton
ie properties, airieanbe taken with decided ad
vantage for maay'diseasts requiring invigorat
ing remedies; but the Liver PHIa stand pre-em
inent as a means ef restorins, a diserganized
Liver to healthy action; henee the great eeleb
rity they hare attained. The numerous form!
dabla diseases arising from a diseased Lirer,
which so long baffled the skill of the most cmi
nentpbyiiciaoaofthe United States, are now
rendered easy of cure, thanks to the etudy anl
perseverance of tbe distinguished physician
whose name thia great medicine bears a name
which will descend to posterity as one deserv
ing of giatltude. This invaluable medicine
should always be kept within reach; and on the
appearance of the earliest symptoms of diseased
Lirer, it can be safely and usefully administered.
CT Purchasers will be eareful to ask for DR,
M'LANE'9 CELEBRATED LITBR PILLS,
manufactured by FLEMING BROS, of Pitts
sac. Pa. All other Vermifuges in comparison
are worthless. Dr. M'Lane'e genaine Termi
fage, alto his celebrated Liver Pills, can now
be had at all respectable drug sloree. ffimt
fssatae mUUut lie tignmturt ef
G FLEMING BROS.
Jl. rommund remedy, desumed to bo the met
cfUt-tusl Atltratlte "that can 1 made. It is
a rouccntrattil extract of 1'nr.i Sarsaparilla,
ao combined "ith other MilManccs of still
greater alterative power at to afford an effec
tie antidote for the tlUrncs S.irs-nparilln is
reputed to cure. It i- believed that such a
remedy is wanted by thoc who sutler from
Strumous complaint, und that one which will
accomplish their cure mut prove of immense
scnicc to this largo class of our afflicted fillow
cuireiH. How completely this compound w ill
do it ha-i been proven by experiment on many
of the worst cases to lie found of the following
Sciinrei.i and Scnorcrons Compuixts,
Euiiitiom anii UuurnvE Dheascs Ulceus,
I'lMlT.KS, lllOTCIIM, TctMOUS, SlLT ItllEUlt,
V rfc.M.i) IIi:u, SrruiT.1 Axn Stphihtic Ar-
rr.cTtovs MF.ucimiu.Di.si: isc, Duopst, Neu-
UU.GIV on lie Doui.otiiti.ux, Dr.niLiTir, Drs-
first t anii Indioestio:?, Eursrrcus, Hose
on St. Anthony's Fiub, and indeed the whole
Jja-t of complaints arUing from Isipuiutt ox
rut: in out).
Tliit compound will lie found a great pro
moter ot lieallli, when taken in. the spring, to
expel the foul humors which fester in tho
blood at that seaott of the year. By tho time
ly expulsion of them many rankling disorders
are nipped in the bud. Multitudes can, by
tbe aid of this remedy, spare themselves from
the endurance of foul eruptions and ulcerous
sore-, through which the system will strive to
rid itself of corruption'!, if not assisted to do
this through the n.ituml cliauncls of the body
by nn alterative medicine. Cleanse out the
nti ited blond whenever jou find its impurities
bursting through tlic skin in pimples, eruptions,
or -orci; cleanse it when you find it is ob
structed and sluggish in ths veins ; cleanse it
whensv:r it is foul, and your feelings will tell
you when. Even w here no particular disorder
is felt, people enjoy better health, and live
longer, for cleansing tho blood. Keep ths
L'lBd healthy, and all is well ; but with tlii
paW.im of lift: disordered, there can I)? no
listing li-i'.'li. Socair or later something
mint "o wrong, anl ths gnat machinery of
life It disordered or overtlirown.
SarapiriIIa lu, and deserves much, the
reputation of a-complidiing these ends. But
the world has liecn cgregiously deceived by
preparations of it, partly because the drug
alone h.n nut all the tirtuc that is claimed
for it, but more because many 'preparations,
reicn hiy to be concentrated extracts of it,
contain but little of the virtue of Sarsaparilla,
or any thiiy cUe.
During late rears the public have been mis
lcd by large lwttles, pretending to give a. quart
of iXtruct of Sarsaparilla foronc dollar. Mot
f tha-e havj been fraud upon the sick, for
Ihey nut only contain little, if any, Saisaju
rilLi, but oflLii iu ctimtitc properties wlutev
r. ll.iu-c, bitter and painful 'ili&appointmcut
!u followed the use of the tarious extracts of
Sarsan.inlUwliis.il llool the market, until the
lunu kaclf is justly despised, and lias become
iynonymous with impo-itioii and cheat. Still
we call tliis compoiuid Sarsaparilla. and intend
to supply such a remedy as shall rescue the
i-aiiie from the load of obloquy which icts
upon it. And wo think, wc have ground for
believing it has virtues which are irrcsistil-lc
uy tiie ordinary rim of the diseases it is intend.
cd to cure. In-order to secure their complete
eradication from the system, the remedy should
be judiciously taken according to directions on
DO. J. C. A YE It & CO.
Price, StpcrUottlei Six Bottles for 81.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
has won for itxclf sneh a renown for tho cure of
every varicly of Thni.it and Lung CompLunt, that
it is entirely tiimccFicsary for us to recount the
evidence of it Tirtucs, wherever it has been ero
ployed. As it has laug been in constant use
throughout this section, we need notdo more than
Hssuro the ip!c its Quality is kept np to tho best
it ever has Un, and that it may be relied on to
do for their relief all it has ever been found to do.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
ron, Tne cubx or
Co'tirenri; Jimuhce. Dyspepsia, Indigctlion.
Uytnitay, Fairf Komaeft, Eiyitpelcu, Headache,
I'lks, ll'ieinmllsm, Kniptiont and SUa Ditsatet,
Utrr ttmipfaiut, Dropxy, TeUtr, Tumors and
SJt WieiiM, Wurau, Gout, Xeuralgia, at a
Dhuer rill, mid for Purifying tie Blood.
1 hey are sutrar-coated, so that the most sensi
tive cm take thm pleasantly, and they are the
best aix ricnt in the world for all the nnmx nr .
Prioe 25 cents per Box; live bazae te SLOD.
Great mmi!rs of Clergymen, Thrsieians, Sutes--urn,
and eminent personaces, hare lent their
names to certify the unparalleled oscfnlncu of these
remedies, but our spare here will not permit the
insertion or them. The Agents below named fur
nish gratisom-AMEiunx Almanac in which they
are given ; with also full descriptions of the almre
complaints, an.l the treatment that should be fol
lowrd for their cure.
Bo not be rmt aX by unprincipled dealers with
other preparations they make more profit on.
Demand Atbiim. and take no others. The sick
want the best aid there a foe them, aad they should
All oar remedies arc for sale by
Shrere k Haey, White Cload;
Leigh k Shields, Iowa Point;
H. V. .Lett, Lafayette;
Van Lear, Hardy ft Co., St. Joseph;
Aad by Agents is every towa in the United
States. " " 'dee.27,6-Iy.
Ph. AAnrtlaar. havinE been restored
health in a few weeks by a very simple remedy,
after laving entered several years with a severe
lung affection, and that dread disease, Con
snaspUon Is anxious to make known to his
r.n-.n)r.issr the means oi cure.
To all who desire it, he will send a eopv of
the preseription need (free of charge,) wim tne
HirtloMfor reparing and using the same,
which they will fin a strait Com voa Coiesw
o.Aertt.BaoicTrs, e. The only ob
ject of the' advertiser in sending the Prescrip
tion is to benant the amietea, ana-fir..u-formation
which he conceives to be invaluable,
and he hopes every sufferer will try ble remeay,
as it will eost these nothing, and may prove a
Parties wishing the prescription will please
address av. EDWARD A. WILSON.
Wilhamsbargb, Kings County, Hew York.
son ths cnu rr
Hepatitis or Liver Complaint,
DYSPEPSIA AND-SICK. HEADACHE!
Symptoms of a Diseased Liver.
PAIN in the right side, under the edge of
the ribs, increase on pressure; sometimes
the pain is in the left side; the patient is
rarely able to He on the left side; sometimes
the psin is felt under the shoulder blade,
and it frequently extends to the top of the
shoulder, and is sometimes mistaken for z
rheumatism in the arm. The stomach is
affected with loss of sppetit and sickness,
the bowels in general are costive, sometimes
alternative with Luc; the head is troubled
with pain, accompanied with a dull, heavy
sensation in the back part. There is gene
rally a considerable loss of memory, accom
panied with a painful sensation of having
left undone something which ought to have
been done. A slight, dry cough is some
times an attendant. The patient complains
of weariness and debility; he is easily startled,
his eet are cold or burning, and he com
plains of a prickly sensation of the skin ;
his spirits are low; and although he is satis
fied that exercise would be beneficial to him,
yet he can scarcely summon up fortitude
enough to try. it. In fact, he distrusts every
remedy. Several of the above symptoms
sttend the disease, but cases have occurred
where few of them existed, yet examination
of the body, after death, has shown the
uvea to have been extensively deranged.
AGUE AND FEVER.
Da. M'Laki's Livik Pills, in cases or
Acuc and Fsvik, when taken with Quinine,
are productive of the most happy results. No
better cathartic can be used, preparatory to,
or after taking Quinine. We would advise
all who are afflicted with this disease to give
them a tai trial.
Address all orders to
FLEMING BROS., Pittsbwich, Pa.
P.S. Dtslws a4 PfcrtMaiM orSariic from etlun than
RHslar Bros, will cU wall tn writ thtir orden dintBctir,
tud lalt nam but Dr. tCLantt, prtpand Sy Fleming
Bnt, FUtttntra, Fn. To those wlahinc to girt thru a
trial, wawill farwwd par aaalUpeat paid, tour part, at
the Cnttad Slum; oo box of Pills for twain threa-cant
portif stampa, or ena tUI of Vamlfoga tor foartaca
thratcnt ataiapa. All orders from Cauda most ba so
ompaiilel bj twant cmta axtra.
Sold j all raipocUbU DraggM, Oowatrx Mar
Robert Flickingcr, Administrator of A.Cooper,
deceased, ts. P. Helm.
On execution issued from the District Court of
Kansas Territory, sitting in and for Doniphan
NOTICE is hereby giren to the defendant
and all others, that I will offer for sale, at pub
lic auction, at the door of the Coart House, in
tbe city of Troy, in aaid Countr, on the SStb
day or January, A. D. 18CI, at 1 o'clock, P. M ,
of that day, by rirtue of this execution, the fol
lowing described real estate, levied on as the
property of tbe said defendant, to wit: tho un
divided half of the east half of tbe north east
quarter of section 7, in township 4, of range 21
TU.t.J t -!., O All .1 ?!.. .?
siiunbcu au eaiu uouiiit. ah me ngnt, line
and interest of the said'defendant in said land
will Ke sold to satisfy svd execution and costs.
Given under my hard, this S-fth day of Dc-
cenner, a. d. lew.
JOS. F. IIAMPSON, Acting Sheriff.
Br C. Lelahd, Deputy Sheriff.
December 27, li00-5w. Pr's fee, $6.
Order of Publication.
a lie District Court of the Firit Judicial Du-
irieioj Aenses territory, fitting triuin and
for Doniphan County, for the trial of causes
arising under the lab of tall Territory. May
term, a. u. teoi.
Dana Fox 1
Williamson S. McLaughlin. S
THE plaintiff, by bis attorneys, J. F. k D.
K. Babbit, filed his affidavit in this action.
stating that tbe defendant is a non resident of
Kansas territory. It is, therefore, ordered by
the Clerk of said Court, in vacation, that ih
said defendant, Williamson 8. McLaughlin, be
notified, by publication being made in the White
Cloud Kansas Chief, a weekly newspaper pub
lished in the County of Doniphan, and Territory
""'i lorsix successive weeks, or the pen
dency of this snit, tbe object of which is to ob
tain judgment against said defendant, McLaugh
lin, on a note for the sum of Two Hundred and
Sixty (260) Dollars, with interest thereon from
the 5th day of November, A. D. 1858, at the
rate of ten (10) per centum per annum, and for
the foreclosure of a Mortgage, or Deed of Trust,
executed by the saiddeTendant to the saldplalu
tiff, conveying to the said plaintiff, for the pur
pose of securing the payment of said note and
interest, the south-west quarter of section No.
twenty-six, (26) in township No. two, (2) and
range No. nineteen, (19) situate in Doniphan
County aforesaid; and that nnless he plead, an
swer or demur to the plaintiff's petition against
him, filed in aaid Court, on or before the 27th
day of February. A. D. lpfil .nrl. ni;i:nn :n
be taken as tree and confessed, and jadement
in testimony wnereor, I, James R. White
head, Clerk of said Court, have hereunto set
my band, and affixed the seal of uid Hnort. m
my office, in the city of Troy, tbis 18th day of
JAS. R. WHITEHEAD, Clerk.
December 27. 1860-Cw. Pt fee, 117 JO.
Waman Leftwieh v. Abner Hackworth
TOTICE ! herebv rivra. that r .tit ir.
-' for sale, at public auction, at the door of
.w wim nouac, in ue town or Hiawatha, in
Brown County, on the 8th dav of Janaary, A.
fan1,!?- "j ?M 2 -H0' P- -' f id J.
fcllowing described real estate,, to wit? The
norft-eastqaarterof mcUobNo. eleven, (11)
in townshiD No. two. r2 r ,- r Vli
tnaji oreaaeee arwng wader the laws of Kansas
Territory. In favor olthe plarntuT and TsSutst
t. m directed, as SherUTof aaid County:
rwbV, . ! iSSlJ' BrmrB Cosmty, K. T.T
December 6, 18-5. jy, fee Ti0r
On the 13th inst., by Rtv. Mr. Kelly, Mr.
Geobge M. KKE-fET, of Oregon, Holt Co., Mo.,
to Miss Sabati M. Pinter, of Doniphan County,
On Tuesday, the 18th insU.at Oregon, M.,
of Pneumonia Jons B.McAijlmtxb, formerly
Devoted to Jfews, Commerce, Pelitles,
Agriculture, JT.dnciition, Art, Sci
ence and I,iteraure. ,
PoMTieix- The great political campaign of
H6D Is elasad., The battle haa been fought aad
won, and the eagles of victory perch on. the .
publican banners. Asbabasi Limcom has been
tricmphantly elected President of tbe United
States for fouryears from the 4th of March, 1851 .
We arc entering upon year that will be
memorable in the annals of Amerieanipolitics.
The Firs-Esters of the Cettea States have un
dertaken to braak up the AstiritanJJnJon.
The -people have desidad against.thri al toe
ballot box, and they raroae to' ssbmit te the
rcrdlcl unless thsir demands ahall be Bplie4
with, which are as follows : , vs.
Dxx akds or tub Fias-Eatxbs. 1st- That
tha Free States shall payYor all fbgRfvea front
labor who escape. 2d. That all flute laws
against kidnapping shall be repealed. 3d.. That
Slavary shV.l be extended into all the Territo
ries and protrcud by a Federal Slave Code.
4th. That the Slav traffic shall ba re-opened
in the District of Columbia. 5th. That a' law
shtll bt ps'aed granting the right to slaveholders
to travel and sojeurn in the Free Slates, accesa
pattied by their alaves.
In case of non-compliance with these pro
slavery demands, the Fire-Eaters threaten te
secede from the Union, and set np a Seatbara
Confederacy, re open the African Slave trade,
and attempt to foand a great alaveholding ess
pira.hy absorbing Mexico, Central Amerita
aad the Islands of tha Gulf. Suea is the pre'
gramma of the Disunion!!.
In this ensia it behoove every sound patrlwt
and friend of the Unioa and Constitntion to
stand bf Lincoln's Administration as the 'old
Democrats stood by Gen. Jackson when assailed
by South Caroliaia nullifiers. The free North
must net ba bullied nor frightened by the arro
gant oligarchy into a base surrender of lis dear
est rights and most cherished principles .
Othsb QursTioas. And thaw are other Im
portant matters to come before the sew Admin
istration. Among these are: Free Homesteads
for the Landless; Improvements of Rivers and
Harbors; Construction of a Railroad to the
Pacific ; Encouragement of the Manafactariag
and Farming industry of the country; Retrench
ment and Reform in the Administration of
Government ; a restoration. In short, of the
earlier and purer daya of the Republic. On; all
these questions, the'Taiscicx will ever befeand
an earnest champion on the side ef Freedom,
Right, and Patriotism.
Gbhebai. News. Chicago la the Commer
cial Emporium of a large portion of the North
west, and by reason of her immense system,' of
Railroads and Telegraph lines, she ha be'eoma
a great news centra ; and ws are confident that
western readers can obtain their earliest infor
mation of parsing events from the columns ef
the Chicago TuButr, which Is a lira newspaper
that keeps folly up with the progress of the
times. A good westvrn paper ia certainly bel
ter calculated to promote the interests of.tha
West, than papers published 1000 mils away,
which knew little aad care le-s for western In
terests, sentiments and requirements.
CoxatsroxDxicc. During the coming win
ter on of the editors will correspond for the
Tannic from Washington, giving fall and graph
ic repnrt of tha proceedings of au exciting ses
sion of Conpesa.
Another ol the editor will attend at Spring
fldld and keep the people fully posted oa what
will -be done by the Illinois Legislature.' Cor
respondents will be employed at the Capitols ef
Iowa, Minnesota, Wisconsin and Indiana;
From other portions of the country, and from
foreign lands, w derive our iatelligene from
tha multifarious correspondents of the Assoc!
t 1 Press, frem an immense exchange list aad
tho letters of numerous friends. - ?
Mabkets. The Taitt.ni has achieved a high
reputation as a Commercial paper, and In thia
department it nossesses the roafidanc and an-
j ys the patronage of business ssca to a high
itegrc. Its market reports embrace every ar
ticle that the farmer or dealer n expect te
find quo-ed in a newspaper, whether western,
eastern or foreign markets. The Taissxs alsw
disenssf s very fully, la Its (2ilorfrand new
column, currency questions, Railroad, Bank
and 8tate Stocks, aji cultural products or Amer
ica and Europe, and all other topic connected
with the material interesla of oar coaatay. 2
Acaici'LTcax. During the comine year wo
shall pay particular attention to Farming Bat
tels. In each issue will appear a carefully pre
pared Agricultural article, contain! a large
amnnnt of fresh at-d valuable information per
tatuing to the farm and gsrdcn. IiatefeitrBg
letter from "Rural," and otter ahl Agricul
tural and HortieultJral writer will be publish
ed. No western newspnper devotes so mneh
space to reports of fairs, crops, live stock, Im
proved implements and modes ef culture, and
all other matters of interest to the tiller of the
soil. j- ' I
EotrcATlo-r. The cats of Education will re
ceive du attention in our-column. Astd the
Literary and Miscellaneous matter will be pre
pared with a view to making the paper a wel
come faarllv visitor, combining the asrreeable
and useful. In short, the purr" of tte rub
lishers is, te mske the Chicago Tainnx. so in
teresting and ralaabl that no well regulate
western family can aitobd to re winietr if...
Now Is the "time to renew sabscripttos-saesi
make up clubs for the new year. A llttleejfoii
In any neighborhood will procure a lletof names.
People can afford to sabscribe, as this Is a year
E7 Postage on the CstiCAeo TaJtstr is oaly
half as much aa on the New Tork or "Castera
TERMS OF THB WEKKLT TRIBUNK.
Single Subscribers, in advance JlJw
Four copies - &M
Tn copies " 18M
Twenty copies (snd on to getter p oi
Trans or Daiit One year 7J0
. Six months , -.4.tt-
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" " ixmontasa.Oe.
OT Money In Reristered Letters kaf bMtrt
at our risk. Address TIRBUStB,.
Chicago, IM. a
letlce te Tax-Payers. s "S
NOTICE ,is hereby given to the Tax-Payer
of BnSwn County, that the Taxes for Ike
year 18b8 are now doe. Oa all Taxes resMas
ing unpaid by the first day of January, I84T,
tucra wm oe iu per cent. aauea,.and collected
in like manner as other Taxes. Aleo.al Isada
and town lots on which the Taxes are sot-pa!!
by the first day of March, 1661, 'will be adver
tised snd sold for the Taxes aad eosts-t I will
meet tbe Tax-Payers of the several Predaecs,
for the. collection of Tax for 1860, at the fek
lowing place and times, to wit:
Wm. J. Hart's, (new precinct;) Dee'r.
"a ! a
Hiawatha, , , ; i $ "t?hi
TTi. fnn-:n. la tha haafa.of Taxaa levieov
mills on the dollar on the attested vale q
aU-propertvfor the general Expense "
CoeatyVTetritorial Tax, 3naiHei ttadetaenf
na -ally cents Poll Taxo Toaptbtp srt
!1t T. . J V -IS?.! . ,1... .Wirt.
mm oa ue aoiiar. m swuisniw.w cr-:'
dollar. In addition", to. tk srre
ed, In parts of tie Coar.llg-
'!!; tC aa Tana aad eavaessJio
there is levied, 1
and School Tax
on the dollar.
Ptranna U:.. tn . Taui aad BV
aa the time for collecting -Taxea:U,kiW.f
aoijo Dy calling at the Comity t iand
CNoveesMr WwJ?., . . r bos.
.MTM.awF Brawn C7 "
J)embe, lB0-4w, , :i2t cinlcc