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THE 'countenance u pale and leiden
coloretl, with occasional flushes, or a dr
canacribcd spot on one of both cheeks; the
cyes.become dull; the pupils dilate; an
awe semicircle runs along the lower eye?
lid;" the1 nose is irritated, swells, and tome-
times bleeds; a swelling of the upper lip?
occasional neaaacne, witnr numnung or.
throbbing ofjhe ears; an unusual accretion
oi, Suva; rsuray .or lurrca tongue; crcat
very-foel, particularly in the morning;.' .-an-.
petite variable, sometimes voracious! with" a'
stewing sensation of the stomach, at others,-!
AdblBKAl - - - ' 9AABW aMA m S-Ba,A awuAw a,
(iuicij' goasj netting uiuB in uKiuwuku,
Kcaaional nausea and vomiting ; -violent
peJasr throughout the abdomen; -bowels ir
Kgsiar,' at tunes costive; stools slimy; not
tsriregsshrly tinged with blood; belly swol
len ana hard; urine turbid; respiration oc--'
qiionallr difficult, and accompanied by
hiccough ; cough sometimes dry and;convul
etrtV u'awjy and. disturbed sleep,., with
tjjndingof the teeth; temper variable, but
generally irriuble, Sec
azjWhenever the.above symptoms are
'"''-. found to exist, '--
DR. M'LANE'S VERMIFUGE
Will certainly effect a cure.
sThe universal success which has at
tended the administration of this prepar
ation has been such as to warrant us in
pledging ourselves to the public to
"RETURN THE MONEY
in every, instance where it should prove inef
fectual : "providing the symptoms attending
the sickness of the child or adult should
warrant the 'supposition of worms being the
cause." In all cases the Medicine to be given
IS STRICT ACCORDANCE WITH THE DIRECTION'S.
TvV.pledge ourselves to the public, that
t JDr-Jil' Lane's Vermifuge
TK3ES -NOT CONTAIN MERCURY
in any form; and that it is an innocent
preparation. Hot capable uf dpiny the
tlighiett injury to the, uivit tender infant.
K . ' Address all orders to
.FLEMING BROS., Pittsburgh, Pa.
T. ti. Ua4riatt4 Phrildaiii ord r! njr. from others thD
anIf nruuwiH il'i wHl M write thtr ordrra dlitlnetly,
aCT-tta mm bt Or. VXaiu'. jrrpani 6y Ftnunj
-&, Plttebvtyk. 111. Xo thnaa wwhin to giro Uiata a
trial, wa will toward er uaiL oat ult tu any wrtif'
tUtOulV! Ml4,oaa box of 1'iM for twalr llirre-ceat
wtir snip4. or on tiaI f Vanuitugo t'ttnneen
trcajt ,uuijm. ill crtltfra froia CaaaU tuut la
mmpiato w evenly canu extra.
OW r.r Ml by Vntipti is.! Cwitrr Sura Kctpu
f Sheriff'! Sale.
James R. Whitehead vs. Albert Heed) Mary
" Heed, hii wife, and John B. Brady.
On execution and order of rale, issued from the
First District Court of Kansas Territory, sit
ting in and for Doniphan County.
NOTICE is hereby giren, that by virtue of
ald order of rale and execution, issued in
the afrova entitled cause, against said defend
ants, I shall sell all the right, title and interest
of said defendant! in Lot 12, In Blocs: "II, in
Trov.inJaeid County .'at tbe Court House door,
in Troy aforesaid, on the 7th day of February,
A. IK ttl, at one o'clock:, r. at., ot -mat day,
to satisfy xbe aaid order ef tale and execution
Civea andcr mv hand, this 31st day of De
cember A. D. 1860.
" JOS. F. HAMPSON, Acting Sheriff.
By C. Lelaso. Deputy Slieriff.
Januiry 3, H"Gl-3w . Printer's fee, $6.
c 5 VS.
- John Tost. )
TaTOTSCC fa fcercTiv riven, that I will offer
IN for axle, at public auction, at the door of
the Court House, in Troy, in the County of
Doniphan, Kansas Territory, on the 7th day of
Januarv, A.li. tool, at i o-cioca,r.Ai.,ui m
day rto" the highest bidder, for cash, and with
out appraisal, the following described real es
tate, to wit: Lots No. 4 and 5, in Block 3, in
Stoat's Addition; also, Lot 23, iu Block G: all
of taid'Lots being situated iu Iowa Point, In
(lie said County of Doniphan. Levied on as
the property 6f said John Tust, by virtue of an
execution to me directed, issued from the Dis
tort Court of Kansas Territory, sitting in and
for the County of Doniphan aforesaid, wherein
the asid C. C. Agee is plaintiff, and the said
John Tust is defendant, to satisfy aaid execu
tioa and eotts.
Given under mv hand, this 29th day of No
rember. A. D. I860.
8 , JOS. F. HAMPSON, Acting Sheriff.
... Bv C. Li-labd, Deputy Sheriff.
December 6, i860-5w. Pr's fee, $9.
James Cuddy, James M. Cuddy, and and Wil
liam S. Cuddy, comprising the firm of Cuddy,
Carpenter & Co., vs. John N. Ayrcs.
NOTICE is hereby given, that I will offer
(or sale, at public auction, at the door of
the Court House, in the town of Hiawatha, in
Brown County, K. T., on the 8th day of Janua
ry, A. D. 1861, at one o'clock, P. Si., of said
daythe following described real ettate, to wit:
tbe aeoth half of the south-east quarter of sec
tion No. twenty-nine, (29) in township No. two,
of range No. eighteen, (18) and the north-west
quarter of section No. six, (6) In township No.
three, (3) ofrange No. eighteen, (18) sitaate,
lying and being fa the County of Brown, and
Terrttoryvof Kansas. Also, twenty (20) shares
tnrthe town of Robinson, in Brown County.
Also, In aaid town of Robinson, one Bteam Saw
and Griat Mill, together with all the machine
ay, fixtures, c, appertaining thereto, and two
exres of ground upon which the Mill and ma
chinery now stand. -Also, one horse. Said
propertf having been levied on by me, to satis
fy a rnder of sale which issued from the Sec
ond District Court, sitting in Brown County, for
the trial of causes arising nader the laws of
Kaaaaa Territory, in favor of the plaintiffs and
against -the defendant in the above entitled
cause, and to me directed, as Sheriff of said
Given under my hand, thia Sth day of De-eeabef,A?D.-l660.
c JOHN H. SCHENCK,
Sheriff of Brown County, K. T.
December 6, 1860-5w. Pr'a fee, $12.
c.r SHERIFF'S SALE.
Robert Fliekinger, Administrator of A. Cooper,
- deceased, va. P. Helm.
On execution issued from the District Court of
Kansas Territory, sitting in and for Doniphan
"NOTICE Is hereby given to the defendant
and all others, that I will offer for aale, at pub
lit anetion, at the door of the Court House, in
the city of Troy, In aaid County, on the 28th
day of January, A. D. 18Gl,at 1 o'clock.P-M-,
of that day, by virtue or this execution, the fol
lowing described real eitau, levied on aa the
property of the aaid defendant, to wit: the un
diTided half of the east half of the north-east
quarter of section 7, in township 4, or range 21 ,
situated In aaid County. All the right, title
and interest of "the said defendant in said land
will be sold to satisfy said execution and costs.
Given under my hand, this 24th day of De
cember, a:.D-I860. . .
JOS..F. HAMrTSUPi, Acting Sheriff.
fly C. LEUilD, ucpuiy blicrlir.
3tye Ifatwos &1Uf,7"
m ruBusMD svnr tkubidat, bt
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Scrofula, or King's Evil,
is a constitutional disease, a corruption of the
oioou, Dy ilucll till lluid bccomLjMtmted,
weak, and poor. living in the circulation, it
pervade the whole body, and may burst out
in disease on nny part of it. No organ is free
from its attacks, nor is there one -which it may
not d.,troy. The scrofulous taint is variously
caucd by mercurial disease, low- living, dis
ordcrctl or 'unhealthy food, impure air, filth
and filthy habifc;, the depressing vices, and,
above nil, by the venereal infection. What
ever be its origin, it is hereditary in the con
dilution, descending " from parents to children
unto the third and fourth generation " indeed,
it seems to bj the rod nf Hiiiruho' Miy, I
ii!l isit the iniquities of the fathers upon
Its effects commence by d'-po-ition from the
b'.ooJ of currupt or ulcerous matter, Mhicli, in
tlis lungs liver, mid internal organs, is termed
tnhen ks ; iu the? glands bwcllings; and on
the Mirf ice, eruptions or w)rc. This fuul cor
ruption, which genders in the Llood, depresses
the eu.rgies of life, fo tlint scrofulous constitu
tions noi only niffer from t-crofulous complaint-,
but lhVy hve fur IcMjponcr to with
stand (he attacks of other diseases; conse
quently vast numbers jiTtsh bv di-ordcrs
uhicli, xdthough not scrofulous in thtir nature,
are btill rcndcreil fatal by this taint in the
system. Most of the consumption vl'chdc
cimatcs the human family lias its origin diric'Iy
iiy this fcrofulous contaniiuation ; and mauy
destructive disease of tlie livcrrkidneys, brain,
and, indeed, nf all the organs, arise from or
arc aggravated by the same cause.
One quarter of all our people are fcrofulous ;
their persons nre invaded by this lurking in
fection, and their health is undermined by it.
To cleanse it from the system sve must renovate
the blood by an alterative medicine, and in
vigorate it by hcalthv fond and exercise.
Suth a medicine we supply in
Compound Extract of Sarsnpnrilla,
the most effectual remedy which the medical
skill of our times can devise for this cvery
n here pret ailing and fatal maladv. It is com
bined from the most active rcmedials that have
been discovered for the expurgation of this foul
disorder from the blood, and the rescue of the
sytcm from its destructive consequences.
Hence it should he employed for the cure of
not only Scrofula, hut also thoe other affec
tions which arise from it, such as EuurrivE
and Skim T)isr.SFS, St. Astiio.nv's Fiue,
IIusj-r, or Eiivsirr.i.s, rmw.Es, Pcstcles,
and Salt Rnr.tr:, ScAt.n Hi:.u, Rinowoum,
Hh cm vnsu, Svi'iui.iTic and Mehci'iiiaiTDi"
kiK!.s, Diuirov, DvxrersM, Dkiiimtv, and,
indeed, am. Compi.ainvs auisi.no hioh Vitik
tkii ou Imitiie JImkiii. Hie popular belief
in " iiiiinr!i ufthe Uoott" is founded in truth,
for scrofula Lsa degeneration of the blood. The
particular purpose, and virtue of this Sarsapa
rill.i is to imrify and regenerate this vital fluid,
without which sound health is impossible in
FOB THE SFEEDV CCBE OF
Intermittent Fe-rtr, or Fes-tr anil Afrne,
Ilrmlitriit Fever, Chill Fever, Dumb
JtRUr, Perlnilleal Headaclie, or Bilious
Ilrittlnrtir, and Illllona Feven, Indeed
for the srhole class ordlseaie orls;lnat
luK In biliary arrangement, earned Iir
the Malaria of Miasmatic Countries.
We nre enabled here to offer the community a
remedy which, while it cures the above complaints
with certainty, is still perfectly harmless in any
quantity. Such a remedy is invaluable in districts
whee these aillicting disorders prevail. This
"Curb" expels the miasmatic poison of Fevek
and Aoce from the system, aud'prevcnU the de
velopment of the disease, if taken on the first ap
proach of its premonitory symptoms. It is not only
the best remedy ever yet discovered for this class
of complaints, but also, the cheapest. ThelarRe
quantity we supply for a dollar brines it within the
reach of eieiy body; and in bilious districts, where
Fever and Aoue prevails, every body should
have it and use it freely both for cure and protec
tion. A great superiority of this remedy over any
other ever discovered' for the speedy and certain
cure of Intermittcnts is that it contains no Quinine
or mineral, consequently it produces no quinism or
other injurious effects whatever upon the constitu
tion. Those cured by it are left as healthy as if
they had never had the disease. '
Fever and Agueis not alone the consequence of
the miasmatic poison. A great variety of disor
ders arise from its irritation, among which are
Xettralah, Tthtumatltm, Gout, Headache, BUnd
wr, t'oothaelte. Earache, Catarrh, Asthma, Pal
pitation. Painful Affectum of the Spleen, Jwfcr
i, fuiu in the Bowels, Colic, Paralysis and De
rangement of the Stomach, all of -which, when
"originating in this csuse, put on the intermittetit
type, or become periodicaL- This " Cure " expels
the poison from the blood, and consequently cures
them all alike. It is an invaluable protection to
immigrants and persons travelling or temporarily
residing in the malarious districts. If taken occa
sional! v or daily while exposed to the infection,
that will be excreted from the system, and eannot
accumulate in sufficient quantity to ripen into dis
ease. Hence it is even more valuable for protec
tion than core, and few will ever suffer from Inter
mittcnts if they avail themselves of the protection
this remedy affords.
Shreve 4 Macy, White Cloud; "
Leigh ft Shields, Iowa Point;r .
H. C. Lett, Lafayette; ' .
Van Lear, Hardy ft Co., St. Joseph;
And by Agents in every town in the united
States . dee. 27,'60-l yf.
FOR SALE. i
SACKS O. A. SALT.br. '
l'TSTTrlbane for 18C1.
the XXth Volume of the Waaaxv Tensas
commenced wnn the Issue of Sept. 1. Durinf
the peat year The Tribune has been obliged to
devote quite a large proaortlon of iu apace to
rdnties, but we shall soon be able to forem n.
h'ijoal discussion almost entirely, for months if
uoi tor years, anu aevoto nearly all our columns
to subjects of less intense, but mora abiding,
interest. Assong these, we mean to pay espe
cial attention to' J
I. EotCAVlOe. The whole anSiwtorCWa.
lion, both Popular and General, will be dis-
cusseC-trFour columns throughout the'year
1861; and we hope to elicit in that discussion
seme of the profoundest thinkers and the ablest
Instructors in our country. It is at once our
hopejand our resolve tluit the cause of Educa
tion shall receive an imDatusfrom the exertions
ofTaa Tens a in Its behalf during the year
I. AeaiecLTctE. Wc have been compelled
to restrict our elucidations of this great inter
est' through Out 186. and shall endeavor to
atone therefor in 1SGI. Whatever discovery,
deduction, demonstration, is calculated !o ren
der.lhe reward pilabor devoted to cultivation
more ample or more certain, shall receive
proaspt and full attention.
Ill- MAncrAcruaas, tc- We ball every in
vention or eaterpriae whereby American Capi
tal and Labor are attracted to and advanta
geously employed in anydeportment of Manu
facturing er Mechanical Industry as a real con
tribution to the Publir Weal, insuring ampler,
steadier, atore convenient, more remunerating
markets o tbe Farmar, with fuller employment
and bettfrVsges to the Laborer.: The progress
of Mining, Iron-Making, Steel-Making,. Cloth
Weaving, 4c., fte., in our, country and'the
worldshall be watched and reported by us with
an earnest" and active sympathy.
.IWFoanen Arrias. We emplov the best
correspondents in London, Paris, Turin, Berlin,
and other Kuropean Capitals, to transmit us
early and accurate advices of the great changes
there silently but certainly preparing. In spite
of the pressure of Domestic Politics, our News
from the Old World is now varied and ample ;
bnt we shall have to render it more per ect du
ring the eventful year just before us.
y. Homb News. We employ regular paid
correspondents in California, at the Isthmus of
Daricn, in the Rocky Mountain Gold Region,
and wherever else thry seem requisite. From
the more accessible portions ef oar own country,
we derive our information mainly from the mul
tifarious correspondents of the Associated Press,
from our exchange, and the occasional letters
or intelligent frisnds. We aim to print the
cheapest general newspaper, with the fullest
and most authentic summary of uscfel intelli
genee, that is anywhere afforded. Hoping to
"make each day a critic on the last," and print
a better and better paper from year to year,
as our means are steadily enlarged through
the generous co operation of our many well
wishers, we solicit, and shall labor to desric,
a continuance of malic favor. v
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C. G. J. Becler ft 1 "On Orderbf Sale
BiliiarBeeler vs. V and
Sylvanus Dtistin a A Kcaton) Execution,
Issued from the District Court of Kansas Ter
ritory, sitting in andforthe Couaty of Doniphan.
NOTICE is hereby given, that I will offer
for sale, at public auction, on the 7th day
ef Januarv. A. D. 1861. at 1 o'clock, P. M.,
of that day, at the Court House door, in the
city of Troy, Doniphan County. Kansas Terri
tory, LoU 17 and 18, in Block in, situated in
Iowa Point, in said County of Doniphan, by or
der of said Court, to satisfy tho payment and
costs iu the above entitled cause.
Given under mv hand, this 30th dsy of No
vember, A. D. 1860.
JOS. F. HAMPSON, Acting-Sheriff.
By C. Lclakd, Deputy Sheriff.
December C, l860-5w. Printer's fee, $G.
"VTOTICE is hereby given, that I will offer
xv for sale, at public auction, at the Court
House door, in the tiwn of Senses, in the Coun
ty ofjNemaha, and Territory of Kansas, on the
ldth day of January, A. D. 1861, between the
hours of 8 o'elock, A. M., and 4 o'clock, P. M.,
of said day, the following described real estate,
to wit: the north-west quarter of the north-west
quarter of section No. five, (5) in township No.
four, (4) of range No. fourteen, (14) situate,
Iving and being in the County of Nemaha, and
Territory of Kansas. Taken as the property of
Ann Clifford, to satisfy a fee bill in favor of
David McGill. us'ietl from the Second District
Court of the Territory of Kansss, sitting in and
for Brown County, with Nemaha County attach
eil, and to me directed, as Sheriff of Brown
County. .Given under my hand, this 8th
day of December, A. D. I860.
JOHN II. SCHENCK. Sh'ff Brown Co.
Bv H. M. Resit son, Under Sheriff.
December 13, 1 810-5 w. Pr's fee, $6.
Langsdorf ft-Rossnstein vs. Thomas Stevenson.
On Execution, issued from the Dirtrict Court of
Kansas Territory, sitting in and for Dorlphan
NOTICE Is hereby given, that I will offer
far sale, at public auction, at the Coart House
Door, ia Troy, in said County, on the &2d day
of Jaaaary, A. D. 18G1 , at one o'clock, P. M.,
of that day, all the right, title and interest the
said Thomas Stevenson had, at the May term
of aaid Court, A. D. 18G0, in Lots I and 2, in
Block 89; also, in Lots 12 and 13, in Block 118;
also, in LoU 9 and 10, in Block 31; also, in
LoU 5 and 6. in Block 49; situated in High
land, in aaid County. Levied on by me, by
virtue of aaid execution, issued in the above
entitled cause, to satisfy the judgmeat and costs
in this case.
Gjven under my hand, this ISth day of De
cember, A. D. 1860.
JOS. F- HAMPSON, Acting Sheriff.
By C. Lelahd, Deputy Sheriff.
December 30, 1860-5w. Pr's fee, $7.50.
MORRIS & CHENEY
ARE on hand, aa usual, with a large and
complete assortment of all sixes and pat
Cook, Parlor, aad Ileatli Steves,
comprising the latest and most improved styles;
' TIX, COPPER, AJD SniET-IIiO. WAHI,
in any quantity to auit the market all of which
will be'sold "dirt cheap," for the CASH!
We have also on hand
BAR IRON AND STEEL,
of various kindej to suit the trade. And last.
though not least, we will keep a complete as
which, foe good qualities, are unsurpassed by
anv other In use.
White Cloud, April S, 1 860-1 y.
SMALL & CO., "
K; 1,19, Steond Strt ,
CIS C1XXATI .
The great Presidential battle having now
dosed with the triamah of the Republicans in
the election of LINCOLN and HAMLIN, a
new era will soon be iaauguratcd in Ihe nollev
l of our Government, and iu energies be wielded.
within the recognised limits or ike Constitution,
in favor of Freedom, and not of Slavery.
Coasequcnces of immediate and extraordina
ry magnitude hang upon this event. The rev
olution in our Public Affaire of which it is the
precursor, lias aroused a storm of fanaticism in
the Cotton Statea which bids fair to test the
Uniou, the Constitution, and the Laws, to an
extent to which they havo never before been
The questions of peaceful or Revolutionary
Secession, Nullification, and .Retaliatory Leg
islation have now arisen, involving numerous
others touching the theory of our Institutions,
State and Federal relations, and possibly the
demaadon the part of the extreme South for
new Conecasiona and Guranteec as a condition
of the continuance of the Federal Union." As
the project of a Southern Cotton Confederacy
assumes shspe. that of reopening the African
Slave Trade also ream IU hideous head. We
are at Iho turning po.nt in the great coafiict be
tween Freedom and Slavery.
Amid the upheaving of the political and so
cial eltmcnU at home, a crisis seems to be im
pending over Europe, and the probabilities dai
ly becoming more Imminent ef a collision be
tween the Great Powers, which may shake the
dynasties of the old world to their foundations.
Everywhere the forces of humanity arc in mo
tion, and Truth and Right are battling against
Error and Wrong ia their multiform shapes. v
The signs ef the times, therefore, indicate a
year of startling changes and great events, and
lie who would keep pace with the fpirit and In
telligence of the age, must READ. Aa enter
prising newspaper is sn epitome ef this living
world, and brings it, with sll its ever-varying
phages, before the mind's eye of the poor man
in his cottage as well as the rich man in his
palace. It is the cheapest article of necessity
or luxury that the ingenuity of man has yet de
vised, and he who ignores it baries his noblest
capacities, and is practically dead to the inter
ests and concerns of his race, outside ef the
narrow sphere in which he mores.
Such au one we shall continue te strive to
make the GAZETTE, and to render it, for the
coming year, worthy of still more general favor.
The pressure of that class of political matter
specially appertaining to the Campaign being
now over, we shall be ublc to give a much lar
ger quantity of literary and miscellaneous read
ing, tor the'bsnebt of those who feel compara
tively little cencern in polities. We bestow
great pains upon the mskiag up of the Gasette,
and believe wc can safely say that in variety,
freshness and interest, it will not suffer by com
narison with anv Eeostern caper, while an im
portant advantage in point of time, by its earli
er arrival, is gained to Western subscribers.
Our Printing and Mailing are also now done
with such dispatch as to enable us to have our
entire edition iu the mail by twelve o'clock on
the morning of publicatioo, and subscribers
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Fall & Winter Trade
I AM now receiving from the Eastern mar
kets a supply of Goods for the Fall and
Winter Trade, such as are suited to the nanU
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 Cig-an,
which will be sold Cheap.
Oysters and Cassed Fruits,
which I will tell at the lowest figures possible,
hy the dozen. A full and complete assortment of
READY MADE CLOTHING,
SHIRTS, COATS, PANTS, TESTS,
which shall be sold so as to defy competition.
COUNTRY PRODUCE of all descriptions
taken in exchange for goods.
U. UAHA. BAIKat.
White Cloud. October 11. lSSO-tf.
Order of PablleaUon.
7n tWDistrict Court of the First Judicial Hit-
inei oj nansas 1 erruorj, mmy iciuta nu
for Doniphan County, for the trial of causes
arising under the lam tftaid Territory. May
Dana Fox ) '
vs. - - Foreclosure.
Williamson S. McLaughlin. )
THE plaintiff, by his attorneys, J. F. & D.
K. Babbit, filed his affidavit in thia action.
stating that the defendant ia a non-resident of
Kansas i emwiy. Murauio, unureu j
the Clerk of aaid Court, in vacation, that the
aaid defendant. Williamson 8. McLaughlin, be
notified, by publication being maae In tne w niie
r.lond Kansas Chief, a weekly newspaper pub
lished in the County of. Doniphan, and Territory
aforesaid, Tor six successive weeas, or tne pen
dency of this salt, the object of which is to ob
Uinjadgmentagainetsaid 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 often (10) per centum per annum, and for
the forecloaure of a Mortgage, or Deed of Trust,
executed by the aaid defendant to the aaid plain
tiff, conveying to the aaid plaintiff, for the pur
pose of securing the payment of aaid note and
interest, tbe 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 unless he plead, an
swer or demur to the plaintiff's petition against
Mm. filed in aaid Court, on or before the 27th
day of February, A. D. 1661, such petition will
be Uken aa tne ami-confessed, and judgment
In tectimonv whereof, T, James R. White
head, Clark of aaid Court, have hereunto aet
m hand, and affixed the seal of aaid Coart, at
my office, In tbe dtyof Troy, this 18th day of i
December, A. lK-iew. .
JAS. R. WHITEHEAD, Clerk.
By "A. S. Voodw, D. C.
December 27; 1560-tiw. Pr'a feej $17.50.
Devoted to Hers, Commerce, Politics,
Agriculture, Education, Art,Sci- "
lice and Literature.
PROSPECTUS l-'OR 1861.
PoLiTieAt- The great political campaign ofj
iaou is cleseo. The battle has been rougnlaad
won, and the eagles of victory aerch on the Re
publican banner. AaaAH am Lircoix has been
triGmpkaiitly elected President of the United
Sutts for fonryears from the 4th of March, 1?CI.
r We are entering upon a year that will bo
memorable in the annate of American politics.
The Fire-Eaten of the Cettea Slates have un
dertaken to break up the American Union.
The people have decided against them at the
ballot box. and they refuse to submit t. the
verdict iinleas their demanda shall be complied
with, which are aa follows :
Diatmns or tux Fiaa-Eavaaa. 1st. That
the Free States ehsll pay for all fugitives from
labor who escape. 3d. "That all Slate lawa
acaiust kidnapping shall be repealed. 3d. That
Slavery shall be extended into all the Territo
ries and protected by a Federal Slave Code.
4ih. That the Slave traffic shall be re-opened
In the District or uolumbia. 5th. That a law
shall be passed granting the right to slaveholdera
to travel and sojeum in the Free Slates, accom
panied by their slave.
In ease er non-eomplianee with these pro
slavery demands, the Fire-Eelem threaUn la
secede from the Union, aad aet up a Sealhem
Confederacy, re-epen the African Slave trade,
and attempt to foand a great elavahotding em
pire, by absorbing Mexico, Central America
aad the Islands or the Uuir. Hue Is the pre
gramme of the DIsunionisU.
In this crisis it behooves every sound patriot
and menu or tuo Umea ana lontillutien to
sUnd by Lincoln's Administration aa the old
DemocraU stood by Gen. Jackson when assailed
by South Caroliaia' nullifiers. The free North
must net be bullied nor frightened by the arro
gant oligarchy into a base surrender of lu dear
est rights and most cherished principles.
Othsk QcxsTioas. And there are other Im
portant matters to come before the new Admia
Istration. Among these are: Free Homesteads
for the Landless; ImproremenU of Rivera and
Harbors ; Construction ef a Railroad to the
Pacific ; Encouragement of the Manafscturiag
and Farming industry of the country; Retrench
ment and Reform in the Administration of
Oovsmmsnt ; a resteratioa. In short, ef the
earlier and purer daye of Ihe Republic. On all
these questions, the Taiseaa will ever be feand
an earnest champion on the side of Freedom,
Right, and Patriotism.
SxaxaAL Nawe. Chicago is the Commer
cial Emporium of a large portion of the North
west, and by reason of her immense system of
Railroads aad Telegraph lines, she has become
a areat news centre ; and we are confident that
western readers can obtain their earliest infor
mation of passing events from the columns of
the Chicago Taisuas, whteh la a lira newspaper
that keeps tally up witb tbe progress or Ins
times. A good western paper ie certainly bet
ter calculatsd to promote the intereete of the
West, than papers published 1000 miles away.
which knew little aad eare less for western ia
lereats, ssulisseuU end requIremeaU.
CoRaasroiDBica. During the coming win
tar one of the editors will correspond for the
Taisu.ta from Washington, giving tail and graph
ic reports of the proceedings of an exeiting
sion ef Contrress.
Another of the ediiors will attend at Spring
field and keep the people fully posted on what
will be done by the Illinois Legislature. Cor-
respondenU will be employed at the Capitols ef
Iowa, Minnesota, Wisconsin and Indiana.
From other portions of the country, and from
foreign lands, we derive our lateuigenee from
the multifarious correspondeaU of the Associa
ted Press, from an immense exchange list aad
the Iattsrs of numerous friends.
Jfiaxrrs. The Taiarxx has achieved a high
reoutation ae a Cemmereial paper, and In this
department it possssses the coaCdsnce and en
Joys the patrocsgc of busiasss mta to a high
degree, tu maraec reports emoracc every ar
ticle that the farmer or dealer can expect to
find quoted In a newspaper, whether western,
eastern or foreign markets. The Taisexa also
discusses very fully, ia lta editorial and newa
columns, currency questions, Railroad, Bank
and lists Stocks, agrieultural producU of Amer
ica and Earope, and all other topics connected
with Ihe material interests of our eoaaUy.
AoaicuLTcac. During the coming year we
shall pay particular attention to Farming mat
ters. In eash issue will appear a carefully pre
pared Agricultural article, contalniag a large
amount of fresh and valuable information per-
Ulniag to the farm and garden. InUresting
letters from "Kural," ana otner able Agricul
tural and Horticultural writers will be publish
ed. No western newspaper dorotee so much
space to reports of fairs, crops, live stock, im
prove! SmpIemenU and modes of culture, and
all other matters of inUrest to the tiller of the
Eddcatioh . The caase of Education will re
ceive due atUntlon in our columns. Aad the
Literary and Miscellaneous ma'tUr will be pre
pared with a view to making the paper a wel
come family visitor, combining the agreeable
and nseful. In short, the purpose of the pub
lishers Is, te make the Chicago Taiicaa ao in
teresting and .rateable that no well regulated
western family can arroao-TO ex without it.
Now Is the time to renew subscriptioas aad
make up clubs for the new year. A little effort
In any neighborhood will procure a list of names.
People can afford to sabscrie'e, aa thia la a year
ITT PosUge on the Chicago Taissxx Is only
half as much aa on the New Tork or Eastern
TERMS OF Till WEEKLY TRIBUNE
Single Subscribers, In advance $1.50
Four copies 5.w
Tsn copies 10.00
Twenty copies (and one to getter ap of
Texas of Dailt One year $7.00
Six months 4 SO
Tasus or Tai-WaaaXT One year 4.00
' , lit months 2 00
ET Money In Registered Letters may be sent
at our risk. Addreas TIRBUNE,
500,000 lbs, Wool Wanted
ST. JOSEPH, MO.
Two IxtensiTe Woollen Factor!,
IN SUCCESSFUL OPERATION.
Oae New mad Fitted Up wit cut taa
WE ara prepared to manufacture to order,
and have for sale, tbe following goods:
laliieti, Heary aii Light,
White, Colored, Striped ana riain
FLANNELS, FULLED LINSEYS,
Colored, White and Mixed, It. yda Wida,
Blanket of all Kinds and Qualities,
TABKB OF ALL RZaW AJTD COLOM.
jrarra-nterf ail Good ofthi Bui MaUrial.
Wc will exchang the above. Good fcr Wool
FANCY DYEING TO ORDER.
We mill Pay Cash Jtr any aaeeaat tf TTccI
N. BUELL & SON. I BUELL k DIXON.
- jane 14, 60-6m.
T.c.sHerva.M. r. r.nacr,au
SHREVE & MACY,
WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS; '
irr Dm. Shreve k Maev attend to the prac-
:..? Mutlitfii ami flmmrr. Their: nMV be
found at the Drag Store, when nofwofcieion-
ally engaged- .. , ( ikwtj-h.
STAR OF THE PRES&
"caEATiNiiocTiis or-wisrsT ca-tstaa."
TI1E NEW TORK MERCERr
FOR THE NEW YEAR.
Iu accordance with a time honored custom,
the publiahsra of The New York Mercury
make the opening of a New Year the occasion
for issuing a comorehensire prospectus bulletin.
Although the natriatch of the weekly press!
ft..: - ?. ....- ft,:-1 ...... ti..
liviu iiuw ill iu iwcn,;'itin jc4iy, a lie
Mercury teems with the fire and vigorof yoath,
aa well as with tbe wisdom and dignity of ma
ture years. Presenting, as it does, the crtme
its la crane of literature enrichid with the
entrancing master-pieces of the greatest' ro
mancers in the world glittering with the bril
liant wit and humor of the sharpest peus of the
time abundantly garnished with the rarest
gems of native poesy overflowing with
"thoughu that breathe and words that bum"
from the great writers of its immense rontri
butorial suff, ami honored all over the eeuntry
for iu perfect freedom from anything calcula
ted to wound or repulse the most sensitive mor
alist or class of people It has been' for years
the laxury, the teacher, the monitor, and the
welcome guest of hundreds of thousands of
The publishers and proprietors of Th New
York Mercury hare made the motto of iu col
umn: "Kara akall jaanf Caaiaa winj liu aijIa-Bith:,
Elah jtar-dnpa abatiif from Mi ptomal of lifht ;"
and during the present yesr (1661 iu grand.
inimitable army ot writers wnoee umtea sal
aries exceed the total of those paid to the Pres
ident and Vice-President of the United States !
and its brilliant constellation of literary spe
cialties will be materially extended. Thus,
one of the proprietors' new engagemenU is that
of the witty, waggish, quizsical, whimsical,
world-renowned, and pungent
Q. K. PlULA-fDEX DOETICXS", P. B.,
who contributes to The Mercury a side-splitting
series ef Burlesque Biographies, Lectures,
Sermons, Fashion Articles, Criticisms of Pain
tings, Plays, Statutes, etc., under the general
and significant title of "Divsrsions of Doe
sticks; or. Harlequin Hits at tbe Times."
In the Pictorial Department appear tbe
magnificent illustrations of that prince of
American artiste, Felix O. C. Darley.
Throughout tho present year, this magnifi
cent and famous Journal of American Litera
ture will contain glorious Romances, Sketch
es, Stories, Poems, Gems of Humor, Moral
and Domestic Essays, Criticisms, etc., by the
roost noted American and English writers, who
have been engaged at vast expense to write for
The Mcreurv. We mav name the following
rcgnlar contributorial force :
Q. K. Philander Doesticks, P. B., Ned Bant
line, Arthur M. Grainger, Joseph Barber, Fe
lix O. C. Darley, Grace Gardner, George Ar
nold, Rev. R. M. Devens, Wm. Ross Wallace,
Cousin May Carleton, Dr. J. H. Robinson, S.
R. U urban," Mrs. M. E. Robinson, J. A. Patten,
Rev. R. Welch, W. O. Eaton, Georgo Mar
tial, Hattie Tyng, R. II. Newell.
Other celebrated writers will also contribute
making The Mercury a great focus of all
that is Entertaining, Instructive, Witty, and
Our special New-Year's Gift to our readers
will be a brilliant new novelette, entitled
OATHOLIU A ;
THE NICHE IX
A TALE OF LOUISIANA.
BY DR. J. II. ROBINSON.
The opening chapters of which will appear
in The Mercury fur January 5, 1661.
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Proprieties of The New York Mertury,
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A Novalty in the Art World !
PiIOTOGRANIT UfON rORCELAItf.
Secured by Letters Patent in the United States,
England, r ranee, ana Belgium.
THE AMERICAN PHOTUGKAPIHC POBCELAIX
Wo. 781 Broadway, Hew Tork,
having ssenred thsir novel and ingenious In
vention by American and European patents, are
fully prepared to execute all orders for
Miniature Likenesses of Persons on China,
presenting all the attractive and advantageous
features of ordinary Dhotocrans. the brilliancy
and finish ef a water color drawing, and a hith
erto unattained quality of durability, Dy Deing
rendered aa Imperishable aa tbe natural proper
ties ef the articles upon which they ara trans
ferred. As tbe patented process of the Company ena
bles the reproduction of Photographs, not only
on plain surfaces, bat upon such as are round or
of any degree of irregularity portraits can be
reproduced with faultless accuracy, and delicacy
f delineation, upon Porcelain wares of any de
scription and dimension need as articles of lux
ury or of household utility, each as
Ursa, Vases, Breakfast Caps, Toilet Artlelea,
thereby securing faithful portraits and furnishing
a unique and exquisite atyle of ornamentation
of articles in domestic use.
In order to furnish facilities for the gratifica
tion of the popular taste, and to meet the wants
of those patrons of, the Fine Arts desirous of
having Portraits on Porcelain, the Company
hare imported from Europe a collection of su
perior porcelain goods, manufactured to their
own order, which they sell at cost prices.
As the American Company are owners of the
patent right, and consequently the only persons
authorised te use the process, they have deter
mined, in order
To afford People In every settlon of the Union
an opportunity to possess
Portraits am China,
make the following proposition to
SeeUUntalatke Country, who are unable to
visit pereomaHy the Atelier aad Gal
leries l Yew York.
Persona sending a photograph, embrolype, or
daguerreotype to the office of the Company in
New Tork, accompanied by
will receivt ia return by express, free of other
.A riehry eraameated Breakfast Ca aad Sauer,
By tranamilting adagutrreotyme and
they will secure In like manner,
A haadsema Trams or loitat Article,
with the portrait reproduced hy tho patented
process. By sending a pair cf dagerreorypea
they will receive in return
A pair of riek Sevres Taaer,
with the portrait executed equal to miniature
paintings; ana, in nu msaam, jim
reproduced on porcelain wares or
Vases of every awalitr af 1xiir,
ranging in pries from
Twemtrts Oae Haaared Dollars tie pair.
N. B. Be parttealar n writing the' address,
town, eowacy aad Stale distiaewy
All letters to be addressed to
Mamaocb, Aamucaw Paovoeaarmc Poacx
ii!Co.." 781BrsadwayrNw Yoe.
novZi-60 3mT " - -
SAMUEL L. JENNINGS.
Forwarding and Commission Merchant,
WHITE CLOUD. KANSAS,
Has just receive.1 a large lot of
Moss aid Mask Matrasses,
CHAIRS AND TABLE,
LIQUORS OP ALL KINDS.
Flour, Molasses, Mackerel
Suicar, Tea, Coffee,
Soap, Candle, Tar.
GROCERIES Of ALL KINDS
rilNTS AND OILS','
Which I will sell at low aa the lowed, exclu
sively for Cah.
The highest price paid for produce.
All of Jayae'e Medieiaee for Sal.
B. L. JENNINGS.
September II, 60-tf.
lUr.9I.ML & 8T. J0SEFU R. R.
Paasenger Express Leaves St. Joceah 6-.A.M.
Stock Train " P. M.
Freight " iA.M.
Passenger Express strives at St, Joa. 91SbT. M.
EmigrautTiain. " " SJ0A.M,
Freight " " 3 JO P. M.
Freight Train has Passsenger Car attached.
Close connections made by each Train with
MisitsiptrboaU'and all Eastern Railroads.
Tiekcta sold to all principal plates In the
The'inost arable provisions for taking Slock
with care and dispatch, and at tho lowest rates.
Canuections made el St. Joseph with Packet
up and down the river, and with stage lines t'
all parts of Kansas.
J. T. K. HAYWARD, GsneVal Sup'!.
Capt. CoTLXe". Assistant Superintendent.
P. B. UaoAT, Gen. Ticket Agent.,
Jos. Looms, Gen. Freight Ag'l, Hannibal Ma.
D. Sawin, General Agent.
CONFECTIONER Y :
Wholesale and Retail!
r1HF. undersized his permanently locate
-L in White Cloud, at the stand recently oc
cupied by Henry Beckett, where ho has opened
out, and ia constantly receiving, large stocks of
CANDIES OF ALL KIND I,
ef the verv beat quality!
OYSTKKS AND SAKDIXBS!
Oraaees aad Lesois!
CIGAlt3,SMUKL'G AXD CHEWING TOBACCO!
RAISINS ANU FIGII
NUTS OP ALL KINDS !
Lemon Syrup and Fresh Peach!
Toy and Ptrfumtry !
The Choicest Wines and Liqasn,
La;er Beer, and Old Cider Tiaegarl
FL0UE AND HEAL,
ITONB WARE, SUGAR, BUTTKH,-
SODA CRACKERS. CHEBM,
Bread, Piei, Cakei,
and eatables of all kinds 1
Ice Cream once or Urico each wceki"
I have alio
Th Finest duality Eifle Powder, Shot,
Caps, and Lead!
A call is solicitec(.from all persons wishing to
purchase any article in my line, either at whole
sale or retail, as I feel conSJent that I can fill
orders at aa reasonable figures as any house la
this upper country.
JAMES M. BECKETT.'
White Cloud, June 14, 1860-tf.
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cstCitv; J.E.Burbank, Falls City; Leigh k
Shields, Iowa Point; J. II. Wildy, Highland;
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THE subscriber has just completed his Shin
gle Machine, and ia now manufacturing'
Cottonwood aad Walnut Shingles, the best that
can be had" in the market. Orders for any
quantity filled on the shortest notice, if not o
hand, at thw most reasonable prices.
I may bs found at White Cloud, juat below
Partridge Co.'a Saw Mill. ,
AMES F. CLEMENSBN.
una 31. 60-tf
1 A Artrt VIRGINIA AND HAVANA
J.UfUUU CIGARS, which will be sold a
from f 50 eeats to f5 pev hundred.
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