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'rf-T -kin t'h R .!j ?cbicag 'Tribune: '
.fCISCISX A,T1 x y,
The great Presidential "battle having ti
closed Kith the triumph Of tbo KepuWicins in
Devoted to New. Commerce, Politics,
Agriculture, Ednention, Art, -Sci--
.euceaad Litemtmre.i, .
PouTiCAL. "Die great political campaign of
lauuis doted. Hie oatiienasuecniougniaaa
won, and the eagles of victory jhtcU on tueKe
1'iihlieaa banner. Abraham Liicolk has been
the election of LINCOLN and HAMLIN, a "mphautlj elected Pmi.lc.it ofthe Umd
ew era will soon be inaugurated in the policv - wr iuor jnu inra i .. .., .i.
r,n.rT,mr,t .n.l it. ..m-rcr!- t.-i.l,U.i We arc cnteiinij upon a year that will be
itbin the recognized liuiitsof the ConstfUtion. . TrTcJ.
in favor of Freedom, ami not of Slavery.'
Consequences of immediate nnd extraordina
ry magnitude hang upon this event. The rer
olution in our Public Affairs of thich it is tho
precursor, has aroused a storm of fanaticism in
the Cotton States which bids fair to test th
Union, the Constitution, and the Laws, to an
extent to which thej hare ncrcr before been
The questions of peaceful or Revolutionary
Sectssicn, Nullification, and Retaliatory Leg
islation, hare now arisen, involring numerous
others touching the theory of our Institutions,
State and Federal relations, and possibly the
demand on the part of the extreme South for
new Concessions and Gurantees as a condition
of the continuance of the Federal Union. As
the project of a Southern Cotton Confederacy
assumes shape, that of reopening the African
Slave Trade also rears its hideous head. We
are at the turning po.nt in the great cosflict be
tween Freedom and Slavery.
Amid the upbeat ig ofthe political and so
cial elements at home, a crisis seems to be im
pending over Europe, and the probabilities dai
ly becoming more imminent of a collision be
tween the Great Powers, which may shake the
dynasties of the old world to their foundations.
Everywhere the forces of humanity are in mo
tion, and Truth and Right are battling against
Error aud Wrong in their multiform shapes.
The signs ef the times, therefore, indicate a
year of startling changes and great c cuts, and
he who wouli keep pice with the spirit and in
telligence of the ape, must READ. An enter
prising newspaper is an epitome ef thisliting
world, and brings it, with all its ever-varying
phases, 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 bnries his noblest
cipacitie?, and is practically dead to the inter
val! and concerns of his race, outside of the
narrow s phcro in which he moves.
Such an one we shall continue te strive to
make the GAZETTE, and to render it, for the
coming ear, ti orthy of still more general faror.
Tho presetirc of that class of political matter
specially appertaining to the Campaign being
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ger quantity oflitcran and miscellaneous read
ing, tor the benefit of those who feel compara
tively little concern in politics. We bestow
great pains upon the making up of the Gazette,
and believe nc can safely say tnat in variety,
freshness and interest, it will not stiller by com
parison with any Eeastcm paper, while an im
portant adrantage in point of time, by its earli
erarriml, is gained to Western subscribers.
Our Printing and Mailing are also now done
nith such dispatch as to enable us to hare our
ntire edition in the mail by twelve o'clock on
the morning of publication, and subscribers
ill thus invariably receive them by the first
mails thereafter. The extra amount of read
ing matter which the Gazette furnishes its rea-
tiers, in consequence of its large size, should
not be overlooked by those who want the news
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I?ia & Winter Trade
I AM now receiving from the Eastern mar
Vets a supply or Goods for the Fall and
Winter Trade, such as are suited to the wants
of tho people of this country, consisting ol
'Dry Qooais, Groceries
loots & Shoes, Hats & Caps, &c.
Also, a large quantity of
"Virginia Tobacco and Fine Cigars,
which will be sold Cheap.
Ojstcrs and Canned Fruits,
which I will sell at the lowest figures possible.
hy the dozen. Afull and complete assortment of
READY MADE CLOTCING,
SHIRTS, COATS, PANTS, VESTS,
which shall he sold so as to defy competition.
COUNTRY PRODUCE of all descriptions
taken in exchange for goods.
C. DANA SAYRS.
lute Cloud. October 11. 1660-tf.
Order of Publication.
In the District Court of the First Judicial Dis-
triel of Kansas Territory, titling within and
Jot Doniphan County, for the trial of eautts
arising under the laves of tail Territory. Mat
Term. A. D. 1261.
Dana Fox )
.... T- Foreclosure.
Williamson S. McLaughlin. )
THE plaintiff, by his attorneys, J. F. k D.
K. Babbit, filed his affidavit in this action.
siaung that the defendant is a non resident of
!i A. ,' " " ""tore, ordered by
the Clerk of said Court, in vacation, that the
aid 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
foresaid, for six successive wcek, of the pen
deney of this suit, the object of which is to ob
tain judgment against said defendant, McLaugh
lin, on a note for the sum of Two Hundred and
Silly (260) Dollars, with interest thereon from
inew uay omovembcr, A. D. 1858, at the
The Fire-Eaters of tho Cotton States have un
dertaken to break up the American Union.
The people hare deeided against them at the
ballot box, and they refuse so submit to the
verdict unless their demands shall be complied
witb, which are as follows : ,
DuiiMDs or tc Fibx-Eatus. 1st. That
the Free States shall pay for all fugitives from
labor who escape. 3d. That all Suts laws
sgaiust kidnapping shall be repealed. 3d. That
Slavery shall be extended into all the Territo
ries and protected by a Federal Slave Code.
4th. That the Slave traffic shall be reopened
in the District of Columbia. Sth. That a law
shall be passed granting the right to slaveholders
to travel and sojeum in tue r rec states, accost -par.ied
by their slaves.
In case of non-compliance with these pro
slavery demands, the Fire-Eaters threaten to
stcede from the Union, and set up a Southern
Confederacy, re-open the African Slave trade,
and attempt to found a great slaveholding em
piro.by absorbing Mexico, Centra America
and the Islands of the Gulf. Such is the pro
gramme of the Disunionists.
In this crisis if behooves every sound patriot
and friend of the Union and Constitution to
stand by Lincoln's Administration as the old
Democrats stood bv Gen. Jackson when assailed
by South Carolinia nulliSers. The free North
must not be btillieu nor mgntencd by the arro
gant oligarchy into a base surrender of its dear
est rights and most cherished prineiples.
Other Qcestiosb. And there are other im
portent matters to come before the new Admin
istration. Among these are: Free Homesteads
for the Landless; Improvements of Rivers and
Harbor ; Construction of a Railroad to the
Pacific ; Encouragement of the Manufacturiag
and Farming; industry of the eountry; Retrench
ment and Reform in the Administration of
Government ; a restoration, in short, of the
earlier and aursr days of the Republic. On all
these questions, the Tbjsbnb will ever be foand
an earnest champion on the side of Freedom,
Right, and Patriotism.
Wkvcxil Nxws. Chicago is 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 has become
a great news centre ; and we are confident that
western readers can obtain their earliest infor
mation of passing events from the columns of
toe Cmesfo i bisons, wbien Is a live newspaper
that keeps folly up with the progress of the
times. A good western paper is certainly bet
ter calculsted to promote the interests of the
West, than papers published 1000 miles away,
which knew little and care less for western in
terests, sentiments and requirements.
CoaRisroxDBicc During the coming win
ter one of the editors will correspond for the
TaieuM from Washington, giving full and graph
ic reports of the proceedings of an exciting ses
sion ot uongress.
Another of the editors will attend at Spring
field and keep the people fully posted on 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 eountry, and from
foreign lands, we derive our intelligence from
the multifarious correspondents of the Associa
ted Press, from an immense exchange list and
the letters of numerous friends.
Markets. The Tribsve has ashiered a Inch
reputation as a Ceramercial paper, and in this
department it possesses the coafidence nnd en
joys the patronage of business mea to a high
degree. Its market reports embrace every ar
ticle that the farmer or dealer ean expect to
find quoted in a newspaper, whether western,
eastern or -foreign nmketc. The Taisroe also
discusses very fully, ia its editorial and news
columns, currency questions, Railroad, Bank
and State Stocks, agii cultural products of Amer
ica and Europe, and all other topics connected
with the material interests of our countay.
Agriculture- During the coming year we
shall pay particular attention to Farming mat.
ters. In each issue will appear a carefully pre
pared Agricultural article, containing a large
amount of fresh and valuable information per
taining to the farm and garden. Interesting
letters from "Rural," and other able Agricul
tural and Horticultural writers will be publish
ed. No western newspaper devotes so much
space to reports'bf fairs, crops, lire stock, im
proved implements and modes of culture, and
all other matters of interest to the tiller of the
Editcatiox. The caess of Education will re
eeive dee attention in our columns. And the
Literary and Miscellaneous matter will be pre
pared with a view to making the paper a wel
come family visitor, combining tho agreeable
and nseful. In short, the purpose of the pub
lishers Is, te make the Chicago Taiscin so in
teresting and valaable that no well regulated
western family can Arroan to be without it.
Now is the time to renew subscriptions and
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COSMOPOLITAN ART ASSOCIATION,
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es, making a most choice ornament', suitable
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office. Its subject is the celebrated seeae of
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low's office, the recruits which have been gath
ered for his "ragged regiment." It could not
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lars. The ART JOURNAL is too well known to
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EDITOR .OP THE CHIEF,
, IgenVFor White Cloud,
and vicinity, where specimen Engravings and
Art Journal can be seen. -
-. k TH1KADY JAWLT ,- f
,tv Ja o- 4 pmK-E R . vX
AN indespensible article in every family,
wherebv. with their ordinary kitchen grease
combined with -.the: Sponifier,"they can- make
all the soap they use hard, soft, or fancy. It
will make hard water eoft, and will clean type
to perfection nothing equals itfor Cleaning and
scouring. - - ' r "
Put sip isi airtight iroa boxes of, lib.
each, whick will aaalce, with 4 ttfc
lbs. coramoa areas,, from 13 to -83
gallons elegant soft soap, - '
or to 10 lbs. hard.
It has now been several years' since this-invaluable
article' was first introduced to the Pub
lic, and the estimation in which it is held,
wherever known and tried, and the immense de
mand for it from all quarters, are conclusive
proofs of it real merits and value a a family
article. - 3
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS !
1 Tho success of our article like that of all dis
coveries of true merit and value, bas induced
unprincipled parties to imitate it. Wc therefore
CAUTION THE PUBLIC against worthless
COUNTERFEITS and to take none bnt the
genuine, original and patented article, Manu
factored only by the
I PNDFACTimiNG COMPANY,
Of East TarentntB, Allecaaay Co. Fa.
-OPsjOE AND DEPOT,
- k" ' Above the Canal Bridge", ;
' PITTSBURGH; PENNSYLVANIA.
"Who also Manufacture of standard qnalirr.
Caustic Soda for Soap Makers,
Soda Ash, J Copperas,
Refined Soda Ash, Manganese,
Sil Soda, Nitric Acid,
Choloryde cf Calcium Soda Saleratas,
Extra Refined Snow-Whitc Table, Dairr
and Packing Salt, warranted entirely Pure and
Dry, put up in various picktgcs and stTlea.
The only Pure Salt in the country.
, FOR SALE BY ALL
BtorfrKcejiers in the Unitd Stale.
1000 Cues Saponificr, scnuire, for sale at
manufacturers, prices in lots to suit purchaser,
,FIKE S KELLOG
april S, OT-ly. St. Louis, Mo.
J U llfl. JLr MA MM
Aluratic Acid, -
500,000 lbs. Wool Wanted
ST. JOSEPH, MO.
Two Extensive Woollen Factories,
IN SUCCESSFUL OPERATION.
One Haw and Fitted Up with all the
WEare prepared to manufacture to order,
and hare for sal, the fnlWino imnj..
Satinets, Heary and Light,
White, Colored, Striped and Plain
FLANNELS, FULLED LINSEYS,
Colored, White and Xixed, 1( yds Wide,
Blanket! of all Kinds and Qualities,
YARNS OF ALL BlZMUUfD COLORS.
rate otten(10) per centum per annum, and for Warranted all Qdodiofthe B hi 2at trial
the foreclosure ot a Mortcsse. or Deed of Trnst. , J ""Jmattnm.
executed by the said defendant to the said plain- We will exchange the above Goods for Wool
n. wu-j.u..u..ui. j.aiu jjiauiunjor ine pur. or Uatn
tuac ui t-tuuuj wo ijmeni ot sam note and
Interest, the south-west quarter of section No.
twenty-six, (2C)1n township No. Uo, (2) and
range. No. luneteea, 13 situate in Dociphal
County aforesaid; and that unless ho plead, an
swer or demnr to the plaintiff's petition against
him, filed in said Court, on or before the 27th
day of February, A. If. I Mil, such petition will
be taken as true and confessed, and judgment
In testimony whereof, I, James R. White
head, Clerk of said Court, have hereunto set
my hand, and affixed the seal of said Court, atj
suy office, in the city of Troy, this 16th day of
mcimDcr, A.U.J eWJ. , . t
tr 7AS. R. "WHITEHEAD, Xlerk.,
Bv A..S. Voodes, D. C.
Ut ttabcr 27, 1 ggO-dw. Pr's fee, $17 JO.
The Best, Cheapest, and Most Popalar!
MOORE'S RURAL NEW-YORKER, the
Leading and Largest Circulated, as it is
conceded to be the Best and Most Useful Agri
cultural, Horticultural, Literary and Family
Newspaper ofthe Age, will enter upon Vol. XII
ia January, 1661, when it will be MATERIAL
LY ENLAR6ED and otherwise improved.
Wfcat the Rural Jfcw-Torker Is.
THE RURAL is the most popular Agricultural
anJJfertlcultural authority or the day,
and combines such an amount and varie
ty of Reading for the Family Circle that
It has become a favorite in both Town
THE RURAL is a. National, ay, Continettal
institution;" being taken, read and ad
mired throughout the American Union,
, British Provinces. Ac, because it seeks
to promote the .Best interests and item
.Jlappmest of all classes.r
THE .RURAL is pronounced, by both Press
and People, the but combined Agricultur
al, Literary and Familt tftutBaeer ml.
lithed and highly esteemed by tens of
uiousanas lor its independence and ster
THE RURAL is an advocate of Industry, Skill,
Progress, Improvement, Morality, Edu
cation, and whatever tends to advance
and ennoble Humanity a Journal ex
pressly intended for the Fireside of a
THE RURAL is'superior in Style, Illustrations,
4c employe the'Best Talent aad is
taken by hosts of leading Farmers, Hor
tlcultarists, Mechanics, Merchants, Ac,
in Country, Village and City, from Can
ada to California.
THE RURAL is taeCaeseet Journal of if
Size and Close in Christendom the low
est club rate barely covering the heavy
capcusas, iispuuiicauon involving a lar
ger outlay than any of its cotemporarl.
TUbKUKALia finally and summarily THE
PEOPLE'S HOME WEEKLY: ft. rT.
lions department rendering it altogether
me most complete agncuiiarai. Literary
and Family Newspaper extant.
VOLUME XII, FOR 1861,
Will be superior in sixe, style and content to
either of it predecessors orith new tvnc and
other improvement. Th enlarged Roaax will
contain about one-tixthmore reading, and com
mence with a New Serial by T. S. Aarara,
sq., in nil oesi siyic, lis motto, "JSxcelttor,"
nnd objects, "Progrett and Improzemtnt," will
b manifested ia both Matter and Manner, ren
dering It worthy a largely increased National
CNext to your local papr, the Rctul
Ns-Yowtta is the one for your money.lt pays
rona, Style aad Terms.
The RoaxL Nw-Yoro. comprise "Eight
Double Quarto Pages, (40 columns.) An In
dex, Title Page, 4c, given at the close of each
volume, complete for binding.
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for 15; 6 for 110; 10 for 115: 30 for 125.
0NowisTHcTnrs; to Spsscaisx asd rout
Clcss. The moat liberal inducement to dab
Aeents the heat yet'oflered. Snecimen Nam.
bers, Show-Bills Inducements, A., sent (rut t
all frlitanti. Address D.D.T.MOORB.
Kochestx, N. Y.
Howard Association, Philadelphia.
A Benevolent Institution, established lf special
Endowment, for the Relief of the Sick and Dis
tressed, efflicted talk Virulent and Epidemic
Diseases and especially for the Curtof Dismi
ss of the Sexual Organs.
MEDICAL ADVICE given gratis, by.the
Actisg Surgeon, to all who apply ov let
ter, with description of their condition, (age,
occupation, habit of life, &c.,) and in cases of
extreme poverty, Medicines furnished free of
VALUABLE REPORTS on Spermatorrhoea.
and other Diseases of the Sexual Organs, and
on the NEW REMEDIES emnloved in the
Dispensary, sent to the afflicted in sealed letter
envelopes, free of charge. Two or three Stamps
for postage will be acceptable.
Address. DR. J. SKILLIN HOUGHTON,
Acting Surgeon, Howard Association, No.-2,
South Ninth Street. Philadelphia, Pa. By or
der ef the Directors.
EZRA D. 1IEARTWELL. President.
GEO. FAIRCHILD, Seerstarg.
oet. 4, 60-1 y
JOIIN n. TJTT, : : : PltOPIlIETOR.
THIS HOUSE, which has just been
completed, is one ofthe largest and
finest in the West. It is now open to the nub
ile, and will be kept in a style equal to the best
tiotcis. livery department wilt be conducted
in such a way as to afTord the greatest amount
ef comfort to those stopping at the House.
Will at all times be supplied with the yery
best that the market affords, both of the neces
saries and the delicacies of life.
THE SLEEHHQ APASTXEHTI
Are roomy and well ventilated, and the bed
ding will always be found In good condition.
There aro 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 tiio utmost attention will ever
be given to the wants ofthe public,
April 31, 185!Mf.
Cheaper than Ever:
STEAM SAW MILL,
In Full Blast!
THE undersigned, proprietors of tho Whit
Cloud Steam Saw Mill, take pleasure in
announcing to the public, that their mill is in
the very best order, and they have commenced
operations for the season. They are prepared
to do sawing of every kind and description, on
me snortest notice. 1 ncy will saw on tns
halves, or for raeney, very cheap. They will
constantly keep on 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 fur-
nisn la 1 Ha in any quantity, at low rate.
Give us a call, and satisfy yourselves that we
can. do just what we ssy.
WM. MAUCK It SOUS.
White Cloud, March 17, 1859-tf.
RUNS regularly on the Missouri
River, at the followiii? rates:
For crossing a team of 1 pair.of horses or
mules, or l yoke or cattle, and
w igon, loaded or empty,
Three vote of cattle and wagon,
One horse and bujrey,
StJdle horse and rider,
Looac horses, per head,
Cattle, per head,
Hogs and sheep, per head,
XMortliern emigration, from
Illinois, isconsin or Michigan, either for Cal
forma or any nirtof Kinis or Southern N.
briska, will fiml u mail rnut to this point, on
a Sute Rivjil fioiriDf Moines, Iowa; and as
cooi! roads thronj.'n Missouri, by way nf Sevan
n.h ord Oregon, to this place, as to any other
point oi. the river. Th-rc are good landings
on both sides ofthe river; and on the Kansas
side, all itream3 and sloughs, to the Nemaha,
h tve free bridges, recently nnde for the Gov
ernment tnins from this'pNce to Salt Lake
and Utah. We can say to the California emi
gration, th.it they can strike the old California
Koni within VI miles of this place, and they
will find good grazine for stock within half a
mile ofthe river, ami plenty of wood and water
on the route to the Hi? Blue, only 80 miles from
here: and they will find this road over40 miles
shorter than the road from St. Joseph, and over
60 miles shorter than tint from Leavenworth.
We refer person to the map. in nroof of this
statement; ami we only ask emigrants and tra
vellers to try this route, and we nlcdre our
selves to pass them over the river free, on their
return, irthey are not satisfied ofthe foregoing
White Cloud has three or four pood stores
and trading houses; two first-class Hotela;
lumoensoniy 51a per 1,000 feet; the country
is r-ipiuiv muiig up; ana mere is as gooa a
farming region, extending for over 50 miles
dick 01 me river, as cm he round in anv part
of Kansas. MOORES & TAYLOR.
June 9, 59-ly.
Wkat TtftTjXnij Waito.
;..'.. lemeJiesj. Easilv-Obtaiaed, .for
th Cwre of Disease ia all Fermti
PROFESSOR HENRY S. TAYLOR, M.
WAKEFIELD & MORTON,
Architects and Builders,
WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS.
VAE have formed a co partnership, in the
above busiuess. and are now nreiiared to
contract for and execute all kinds of work in
our Jne. We will also make out plans and
specifications for buildings of every description,
on short notice.
Our terms will be reasonable, and we flatter
ourselves that our work will stand the test of
the closest inspection.
It. S. WAKEFIELD,
may 10, 60-tf. JOHN P. MORTON.
W. G. SARGENT,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
And Commissioner for Maine, Masaa
chnsetts,' New York, Kentucky,
OWN COUNTY, KANSAS.
ETPost Office Address .Hamlin, Hiawatha,
ur 1 juuma, urunii vuumy, aansas. n
ItTells Yoa How to attend upon the sick,
and how to cook, for thca;
8 how to prepare Drinks, Poul-
t tices, c, ana now so guars
, against infection from Con
It Tell Yoa Of the various diseases of Chil
dren, and, gives the best and
' " simplest mode or treatment
during Teething, Convulsions
Vaccination, Measles, Whoo-
ping-cough, c 4
It Tells Yea The symptoms of Croup, Chol
era Infantum, Cholic, Diar
r rhtea. Worms, Scald Head,
' Ringworm, Chicken-pox, 4c,
,, .and gives you tne oesi reme-
.die for their cure. 1
it TII Yoa The symptoms of Fever and
Aeue. and Bilious. Yellow,
Tvnhus. Scarlet and other
Fevers, and gives you the
. !best and simplest remedie
. for their cure..
ItTU Yoa The symptoms of Influenxa,
Consumption. Asthma, Dys-pep-iaj
Dropsy, Gout, Rh'en-
matism. Lumbago, Erysipe
las, Ac, and gives you the
best remedies for 'their cure.
It Toll Yoa The symptoms of Cholera Mor
bus, Malignant Cholera, Dys
entery, Small-pox, Cramp,
Diseases of the Bladder, Kid
neys and Liver, and the best
' remedies for their cure.
It Tell Yoa The symptomsof Pleurisy, Neu
ralgia, Mumps, Apoplexy,
.. Paralysis, the Various Diseas
es ofthe Throat, Teeth, Ear
and Eye, and the best reme
dies for their cure.
It Tells Yoa The symptoms of Epilepsy,
Jaundice, Piles. Rupture, Dis
eases of the Heatt. Hemor
rhage, Venereal Diseases and
Hydrophobia, and gives thej
best remedies for their cure.
It Telle You The best and simplest treatment
for Wound, Broken Bores
and Dislocations, Sprains, Fe
ver Sores, Lockjaw, White
Swellings, Ulcers, Whitlows,
Boils, Scurvy, Scrofula and
It Tells Yea Of the various diseases peculiar
to Women, and gives the best
and simplest remedies for
valuable hints for the preser
vation ofthe health.
The work is written in plain language, free
from medical terms, so as to be easily under
stood, while its simple recipes may soon save
you many times the cost of the book. It is
printed in a clear and open type; is illustrated
with appropriate engravings, and will be fur
warded to your address, nratly bound and post
age paid, on receipt of $1.00.
1 1,000 A YEAR can be made by enter
prising men everywhere, in selling the above
work, as our inducements to all such are very
For alngle copies of the Book, or for terms to
agents, with other informttion, apply to or ad
dress JOHN E. POTTER, Publisher.
No. C17 Sansom Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
July 12. Gn-6m.
17- JSS ' Z wlBul
MSXBSaUBTCVU0 .it. 'I
fjsitjmMeat Fever, r Vein eatArae,
Jiiiimai' TtT"i iCklatl Ferei, JHtsob
ttaaslssciairj tuti Utile Ferer, IndcyJ
'tmt Ike Wssel daw rdiMasea oxiit-
sUiac'ia Mliarr eyaif eweat, eansed
T the Materia, of. Btisaatio epaatriej.
No one remedy is loadsr'eallcdior.by, th
UB eiTlitn of the Ajnerican'people than a sure
an eaii cure uV "Fever and Aette. 'Bitch
-sr. are 'sow enabled to oflir, 'witari'Mrfcct
- that, it mil! eraoicsM 4asiauun.
aad with aaturance, Jbunded, jn.jproof, 4tka
50,000 Copies Already Sold.
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OF THE PHILADELmil BAR.
Brace's New York Type-Fomdry,
HAS now on hand an Immense stock of
Roman Type, s Fancy Type,
Copperplate Script, German Type.
Music Type, Ornament,
Chess and Checker Type, Borders,
Brass and Metal Rules, Leads,
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Labor Saving Rules, Corner Quads
Metal Furniture, etc.
The types are all cast by stesm power from
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unequalled rapidity in the process of casting
enables me to sell theie more durable types at
the lowest prices of ordinary types, either for
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Presses, Wooa Type, Ink, Cases, Sticks, etc.,
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Address, SBORSE BRUCE,
13, Chambers Street, New York.
Land and General Agent,
SENECA, NEMAHA CO., KANSAS, '
YJ571LL promptly attend to investing Money,
" v paying Taxes, locating and selling Land
Warrants, buying and selling Lands, and mak
ing Collections in Northern Kansas and South
ern Nebraska. Office on Main Street.
V. D. Mirkium, White Cloud, Kansas.
E. A. Poolvt, Iowa Point, "
A. C. Wilo'ek, Leavenworth, '
Gilbert & Strattoi, Kickapoo,
PntLLirs & Donee, "
P. L. HcDccts,
R. Dottox, Hiawatha,
Likens & Born, St. Joseph, Mo.
Ozus BaiLtr, Bloomfield, Edgar Co., III.
R. J. Gatlino, Indianapolis, Ind.
June 30, 5D-ly.
H1HE subscriber offers for sale, on liberal
-L terms, several choice tract nf Hmhrml
and prairie land, located near White Clnnd
The timbered tract will be divided to suit pur
chasers. V. D. MARKHAM
wHite Cloud seot. 39. 59-tf.
Try Waffs Telegrapk Toiie!
FOR FIvVER AKD AGUE,
"7"niCH nexr fails to cure! Warranted,
EDWIN H. GRANT,
Attorney at Law,
V0TVRF PUBLIC. IND
REAL. ESTATE AGENT,
orncEM the churt hock,
HIAWATHA, BROWN CO., KANSAS.
Will attend promptly to all business cntrus
ed to him in Brown anil the adjoining Countioi
"dec. 22, 53-1 y. ,
FANCY DYEING TO ORDER.
H still Pay Cash Jor any tlunnt.tfWtl.
N. BUELL t SON. BUELL k DIXON.
jun 1, 60-Cm.
T. r etterw m a
...-,,. m W.UACT,M.B.
SHREVE & MACY,
WniTE CLOUD, KANSAS.
. ErDJs SnroTe M? attend to the prac
tice of Medicine and Snnrerr. TTia m.. h
found at the Drug Store, when not imrwim.
ally engaged. feb. 23, 60-tf.
- ..SHERIFF'S SALE.
Robert FTIcklnger, Administrator of A. Cooper,
On execution issueifront the District Court of
Kansas Territory, sitliag in and for Doniphan
NOTICE Is hereby given to the defendant
and all others, that I will offer for sale, at pub
lic auction, u-we aooroi me ioun House, in
the aty or Troy, ia said County, on the 38th
day of January. A. D. 1881, at 1 o'clock, P. M
of that day, by virtue of this execution, the fol
lowing described real estate, levied on as the
property ofthe said defendant, to wit: the un
divided half of the east half of the north-east
quarter ofsectlon 7, in township 4, of rang 21,
situated In said County. All the right, title
ana miereei 01 ut aia acteaaant in said land
will be sold to satiafy said execution and cost.
Given under my hand, this 24th day of De
cember, A. D. I860.
JOS. F. HAMPSON, Acting Sheriff.
By C. Lklasp, Deputy Sheriff.
Deembr 27, 18$0-5w. Pr' fee , $6.
if taken according to directions, to effect
a cure. The proprietor can produce a thousand
certificate to those who wish ttk thse. bnt
does not think it necessary to display them, a
the medicine wiU recowmead Itself, if girea
mmi. 117 ii once, and satisfy yourself.
Warranted perfectly Vegetable aad harmles.
For sale by Shreva A .Maer. White Cloud:
and by Dealer everywhere.- All order awst
M addressed to W. W. WARD, Mansion
House, Avejiworth City, Kansas, General
Agentfor Kansas,' Nebraska, and tbe Western
Caation to Trespassers.
NOTICE is hereby given, that C. Dorlsnd
has been appointed by the White Cloud
City Company, Agent for the care or timber.
Any persen cutting or hauling timber from any
ui iue iuus 01 eaiu company, witnont arrange
ments with said Agent, will be prosecuted im
mediately. Alt persons indebted for timber ob
tained heretofore,"! notified to eome up and
settle for the same, without delay.
O. BAILEY, President,
jane 21, 60-tf.
J- C. 8COTT,
Atttfiejr at Law U Lad Ageit,
SENBCA, NEMAHA. "COi. KANSAS.
SPECIAL attention paid to the Collection
of Claim in Nemaha. Marshall and Brawn
Counties. x r
Batra k WtLUAas, White Cloud, Kan.
V. D. MaUTHsa, "
Jabs Caaeru. k Co., St. Joseph, Mo.
HosKSasnnx R. Com, Keokwk. tews.
E. &VHiur,'fkakr, Cleveland, Ohio.
Ho. DArrx R. Tiuaw, "
Mow. Gill k Co., Chicago, miaois.
R. U.Toamnr, Dirt. ClTt, Nemaha Co., K.T.
July 14, 59-ly.
ealth aii lappsieu Seeire4 1
THE CONCENTRATED CURE
THE CONCENTRATED CURE
A POWERFUL REMEDY
A POWERFUL REMEDY
FOR EARLY INDISCRETION
FOR EARLY INDISCRETION
TRY IT ! TRY IT !
TRY IT 'TRY IT!
Young men who are suffering from tbe ef&eta
of youthful indiscretion ean be surely and per-1
iuuukij icswrvu uj niB in,
A Ratcay;e Byfcarprti fewer I
This remedy is put up ia small vials, and can be
sent by mall to any address. "Atrial will satis
fy. Use it for a' weekand yoa wiU experience
a great benefit. A ckealar containing full par
ticular, sent (free) oa appUeatioa. Price per
bottle,$l.- ,r - ,
One bottle will Jaat a saoath.
N. B. Thi remedy is suitable for either x.
Addrw,K.CKUUK, Medical Agent,
742, Broadway, New York.
August 11,1 859-1 y.
It Till Yo How to draw up Partnership Pa
' pers, and gives general forms
for Agreements of all kinds,
Bills of Sale, Leases and Pa
It Tills You How to drtw up Bonds and
Mortgages, Affidavits, Pow
er of Attorner, Notes and
Bills of Exchange, Receipts
It Tan. Yoe The Laws for the Collection of
Debts, with the Statutes of
Limitation, and amount anu
kind of property exempt from
Execution in every State.
It Tblls You How to make an As-ignment
properly, with forms or Com
position with Creditors, and
the Insolront Laws of every
It Txlls Yob The legal relation existing be
tween Guardian and Ward,
.master and Apprentice, and
Landlord and Tenant.
It Tbll Yob What ,constitutes Libel and
Slander, and the Law as to
Marriage Dower, the Wife's
Right in Property, Divorce
iTTaLt Yoo The Law for Mechanics' Liens
in every State, and the Nat
uralization Laws of this coun
try, and bow to comply with
ItTslwYob The Law concerning Pensions.
and how to obtain one, and
tiie rrc-Emption Law to
It T.l Yob The Law for Patents, with mode
of procedure in obtaining one,
with Interferences, Assign
ments, and Table of Fees.
It Tll Yoo How to make your Will, and
how to Administer on an Es
tate, with the law and the re.
quiremenU thereof in everv
It Tblu Yen The meaning of Law Term in
genera use, and explain to
you the Lesislativ. t?..
tive and Judicial Power, of
v twin me ueneral and Stat
ItTsil Yob HowtokeepautofLaw.bjBhow.
, g J?W to do Jour business
legally, thus saving a vast
amount of property, and rex
atiou litigation, by iu time
Single copies will be sent bv m.tl i.
niil.uRtn,r... u ?i ' l-'-S-
r i , mm fllECHAS tC. r-
xbt Man or Bosun, and Eraar boot hi Et-
of binding, at $1.25. '
1,000 A YEAR nnh...;. u. ...
prising men everywhere, In selling the above
rbeionr UCCBentlo"n "" ytTJ
Forainele conies of tha SmV .a... ..
Agents, with other inform ,. .! . .
dres. JOHN E. POTHER 'P.u"""a
juiya"w.m 8tro mi&t,T.
so bam cmariMftom It um la tnj oaa-
That -which protects rrom' or prerenit'lhJ
disorder must be of immen ervieesfctf th
aeBsmuaitie where it! prevail.. Tretsntiow Is
better than cure, for (the patiqtj.eccapethe
Visk. which be must run in yiolent 'attack of
Ok baleful distemper., This "Crai" expWf
tbe aoisematie poison -ofv'Faria-'Airo A'ota
from the system and prevents the develop
ment of the disease, if taken-on the first api
ptoach of it premonitory sympton. It Is
not only the best remedy ever jet discoysced
far this clsss of complaints,-.Iraf a1c .the
eheepest. The large ouanUty wupnlsr for"
a dollar bring' it 1withia. the reach. of etery
body; and in, bilious districts, where Fawm
asd Aaus preyafls, crcryhodj jhould hayit
and use it freely both for cure and protection.
It is hoped this price wUl placo'It within"lh
reach of all the poors well a the riclu.AaV
great, superiority of this remedy orer any
other ever discovered for the speedy end, ear
tain core of Intermittent is, that, it contain
mo Qumino'OT mineral, consequently .It'pro
ducee no quinism or other injurious efnet
whatever upon the constitution. Those.eured
by it are left w healthy as if they had nerer
had the disease. ? - ; 1
Fever and Ague ia not alone the consequent)
of the miasmatic poison. A great "variety of
disorders arise from it irritation, among which
are Neuralgia, Rheumatism. Gout, Headache,
Blindness, Toothache, Earache, Catarrh, Asth
ma, Palpitation, Painful Affection of the
Spleen, Hysterics, Pain in the Bowels, Colic,
Paralysis, and Derangement of the Stomach,
all of which, when originating Inthi eauae,
put on the intermittent type, or become period
ical. This "Cum" expel the poison front
the blood, and consequently cure them all
alike. It is an invaluable protection to immi
grants and persons travelling or temporarily
residing in the malarious districts. (If takam
occasionally or daily while exposed to th .in
fection, that will be excreted from th system,
and cannot accumulate in sufficient quantity
to ripen into disease. Hence it is even more
waluahle for nrotection than cur, and few will
ever suffer from Intermittent, if they "avail
themselves of the protection this remedy af.
fords, . i Y J
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
FM ALL THE PUflPOSES OF A FAMILTFHYSII,
are so composed that disease within th rang if
their action ean rarely withstand or 'evade tatsa.
Their penetrating properties search, and clean,
and invigorate every portion of th human organ
ism, correcting its diseased action, asaVrMtoriag
its healthy vitalities. As a consequence of these
properties, the invalid who b bowed down with
pain or physical debility is astonished to find U
health or energy restored by a remedy at one
Not only do they cur th every-dey eomplalat
of every body, .but also many formidable aad
dangerous diseases. The agent below named la
pleased to furnish gratis my American Almanac,
containing certificate of their cure and direction
for their use in the following complaint 1 Cosinr
tut. Heartburn, Headache arising from disordered
Stomach, Nausea, Indigestion, Pom in and Morbid
InacUonoftht Bomb,-Flatulency, Last ofAjf
ttit. Jaundice, and other kindred eomplaXaie,
arising from a low state of th body or ocsWueUa
of it function. They are an excellent alterative
for th renovation of th blood and th restora
tion of tone and strength to the system debilitated
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
rOB, TUB BATID COM OT ' j
Cesghs, Colds, Inflaeasa, Hemaat
Croap, Bronchitis, Iacipieat Coasassy
tioa,and for the relief of Consumptive
Patients ia advanced stages or the
So wide is the field of It usefulness asd se aa
tncxou ar the cases of its cure,; that almert
every section of country abound in persons pak
licly known, who have been restored from alarming
and even desperate diseases of the lung by it
use. When once tried, it superiority over ever
other medicine of it kind Is too apparent to escape
observation, and where it virtue are-known, the
public no longer hesitate what antidote to cmplcy
for the distressing and dangerous affections of th
pulmonary organs that are incident to our climate.
While many inferior remedies thrust upeVth
community have failed and been discarded, thl
has gained friends by every trial, conferred beasts
on the afflicted they can never forget, and'pre
doccd cures too numerous and too retnaikaaWv
PREPARED BY : -
DB. J. C. AYER fc GO.
FOR SALE LY' ,
Shrerc li Macy, White Cloud, Kansas.
Dr.J. W.Rced.IqwA Point,
McAllister k Lett, Lafayotte,
A.J. Minier, Highland,
Peter. k Ncphlcr, Oregon, Mo.
Zook & Baldwin, Forest Citv.
. Barnard & Co., Stf. Louis, wholesale.
Van Lear, Urittain & Hardy, St. Joseph, d.
And by Azeutsin cverv town in the United
X WORK, or, Every one hi own Doctor
Biner a Private Iatnct. ft,. .:-j Jl!"
!!..--k... . '.. ".fSS
-. -. w many, oou male aad female.
In eyerytWng concerning the physiology 'and
relation of oar sexasl syrteas, ind OaSoSt -
tifln or prevention of ornrfrMjtI.n.i.i
new dieoTerieBcverbefor given in the Eng-
ju ,"',?8e. OJM. ZUUNB, M.'D. This
written In plain language for the general reader.
' JH" w Wrti Of on hundred
contending marriage, Sad Urlni'the least
impediment te-eiit ur. .11, j .i-
SJK3CT' j f.sbesrssBast
be loAed apaad not He about the houYeIt
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