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sYlvitf OMS, OF WOIIM&
THE. c6anteanoe5 P " kaden
cofored, with occasional flushes, or s cir
cunucribcd spot on one or both cheeks; the
eyes become dull;' the pupils- dilate j a
azure semicircle runs .along the lower eyelid;-
the nose is irritated, 'awefis, and aome
dmes bleeds;, a swelling of the upper lip;
occasional headache, with Humming or
throbbing of the ears; an unusual secretion
of saliva; slimy" or' furred tongue; breath
very foul, particularly in the morning; ap
petite ,variablji sometimes voracious, with a
Hawing sensation of the stomach, at others,
entirely gone; fleeting pains in the stomach;
(irrational) "nausea and vomiting; violent
rains' throughout "the abdomen; bowels ir
regular,, at times cosnvc; naua sum, t
unfreguently tinged with blood; belly swol
len and :hard; urine turbid; respiration oc
rMmnallvvdifficult. and accompanied by
hiccough; jCough sometimes'dry and convul-1
sive;" uneasy and" disturbed sleep, 'with
grinding of, the teeth; temper variable, but
Whenever the above symptoms are
touna 10 exut,
i The .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
inevcry instance where it should prove inef
fectual: "providing the symptoms attending
."the 'sickness of .the child or adult should
warrant the supposition of worms bemgtne
TnacascTtTTMcaicine to be'given
ACCORDANCE, WITH THE DIHTtllun.
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NpT CONTAIN MERCURY
in-'anV form;',,and that it is an innocent
prVpariHon'jfW capable of doing the
&fociiiijurgl w the most tender infant.
iw ?- Address' all orders to
SiiMING'BROS., PnrssoacH," Pa.
ff-S." Dealers and Physicians ordertag from othen than
Ilsmlng Bros, will do well to writ then orders distinctly,
as.! s but Dr. JCLmtprtportd bt
A: raatmrtlflb. -To then wishing to gin tbeta a
DMtao tnr, or on tU1 of Vfirmifugs tat fnrtaea
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City r LcigH 4 Shields; Iowa Point;
J.H.-WildyJ HlRhlandF. C.JIarsh t Co.,
Orerontknd by Dealer? geuerally..-
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VTOTTCE ishcrehy siren, luat the Leavcn
i.Wctb:Fwtoa4Westeni Railroad Com:
obtained o prafirrenctt of tftiying under tho ve
craft'trRy"ecft'the"tfnRed State8, and'the
Delaware Indians, and commonly called "Del
aware Lands," will, -from and after 'the first
Monday of August, 1PG1, at' the' office of the
Company, on Main Street, between Delaware
and Shawnee Streets, Leavenworth City, re
ccive written proposals for' the purchase of any
portion-of said lands, according U legal subdi-Vision;.'.--.
Trans. One third cash; tlc remainder when
the road shall be completed, with interest at the
rate of six per centum peranmus.' , t
Br order of tfie Secretary. '
.THOMAS S. GLADDING,
ang. 1, 61-4 w. Acting Secretary.
jii Celfebiated'Amerkan J
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ijljc Kansas, l)icf,
t 18 PCBU8HED EVERY THUB8DA.Y, B
SOL'.jMILLERj Biitoriidrropjielbr f
""WHITELOUDK ANSAS.A -
Term. f T
u . an...,.nTa Dollars aiveari ip
,.,... or if not in advance, at the rate of
TI.H.. rtallsna ft Ttftr. . .
Clots. For Clubs' of an number from tenl
i.ontv. one rear, ssi ju.cn. rurwuuiui
, . 'a nwr. ft! wh. No Club taken for
. .hotter time than one" yeaK-and nona aeat
nnless the money accompanies the order. Any
person sending a Clab of fifteen ar.morc, will
be entitled to a copy one year, sraM.. n :
Rates for Advertiip.
One square, (10 lines or Ieaa,)on week, $1.00
Each additional insertion, ,
Business Cards, of 5 lines or less, ljear, 5.00
Liberal'dcductions will bo made to those who
adrertise by the year, it -
The privilege of .yearly adrertisera ,to be
confined to their own'ngular business.
Administrators', -Executors. Final Settle
ment, Dissolution, Estray and Petition Nonces,
and announcing candidates, for office, $3, in
Displayed advertisementa charged extra. t
Special editorial notices, and communications
of a personal nature, $2 per square. ,
a nVfvrtinementa received .not marked for any
specified number of insertions, will be contin
ued until forbid, and charged accordingly
All transient advertisements must be paid
forstrictl) in"advance'. , ."
Legal advertisements charged to the persons
ordering their insertion.
The above regulations will be lnall case
rigidly adhered to, .unless varied by .special
contract. - ' -t r
ID JOB PRINTING, of every description,
executed in good style, upon short notice.,
S. M. PETTENGILL & CO.'9
ADVEBTISINa AGENCY, .
119 Nassau St., N. Y., and 10 State St., Boston
S. M. PETTENGILIf & CO. are the agents
for the "Chief," andhe most influential and
largest circulating Newspapers in the1 United
States and the Canadas. They' are arithorixed
to contract for an at bur lowest rates.
J. s; POST, General Newspaper, Adver
Using .and Subscription Agent, second story
north-west comer of Chestnut and Third Sts.
St. Louis, is our authorized Agent in that city
and is empowered to contract at our regula
Scroftila, or King's Evil,
is a constitutional disease, a corruption of the
blood, by which this fluid becomes vitiated,
weak, and Door. Being in the circulation. U
pervades' the' whole, body, and may burst out'
in disease on any gan ui u- tu input uuaa
from its attacks, nor is there one which it may
not destroy. The scrofulous taint is varicmar
caused by mercurial disease, low living,' dis
ordered or unhealthy food, impure air, filth
and filthy liabits, the depressing vices, and,
above all, by the venereal infection.. What
ever be its origin, it is hereditary; in the. con
stitution, descending " from parents to children
unto the third and fourth generation; 'indeed,
it seems to be "the rod of Him who saysr VI
-will visit the iniquities of the fathers upon,
their children." sZ . ;
Its effects commence by .deposition fromTtha
blood of corrupt or ulcerous matter, which,ta'
the lungs, liver, and internal organs, is termad
tubercles; in the. elands, swelhnes: and oa'
the surface, eruptions or sores.crTJbis foul cor-;
rupuon, which genders in the blood, dtpreasas
the energies of life, so that scrofulous constit
tions not only suffer from scrofulous" com
plaints, but they have far loss power tolwith- J
suma me saacKS 01 outer msanses i cons.
Gucntlv vast numbers nerish bv disorders
which, althoughTnot scrofulous in their nature, J
sue sou- icnaoia jauu aj ,uu uuu m vm
system. Uostof tlie consumption jwhich de
cimates the human family has'its orhrin directly
in tliis scrofulous contamination; and many J
destructive diseases or the liver, moneys, orain,
and, indeed, of all the organs, arise from or
ore aggravated by the same cause.'
One quarter of all our people an scrofulous ;
their persona are invadea Dy this lunung in
fection, and their health u.undermined.by it.
To cleanse it front tlie syrtem'we must renoyatt
the blood bran alterative medicine. and" in
vigorate it by healthy" food -and ftnroiat.'J
Such a medicine -we auppiytn -, z
Compound Extract of Sarsifsuifii,
the most effectual remedy which .the jnedioal
skill of. our times can devise, tor. this erary
where prevailing and fatal malady; It Is com
bined from the most active remeaials that have
been discovered for the expurgation of this foul
disorder from the blood, and the rescue of ths
system., from Its' destructive 'consequences;
Ilence it should be employed for the cure of
not only Scrofula, but also those other affec
tions -which arise from it, such as Uacrrrra f
ana BKIN JJISEABZS, OT. AKTH01TI X1KS,
Rose, or Emsipelas, PntrLXS, PcsTCtas;
Blotches, Blasts ondBoiLs.TcnoKs, Tirtn
and Sazt Rheuk, Solid IlKiD,.BiJtowoRit,
Kheuxatisv, Syphilitic andMaacrKiAl Djs
easbs, Daoray, Drsrsrsta, DisarrT, and,
indeed, Aix Complaints abiswo txok Vitia
ted -ou IirrtJRB Blood. The popular -bslief
in " impurity ofti Hood" is founded in truth,
for scrofula i degeneration of the blood. -Ths
particular purpose and "virtue of this Sarsapa
rilla is to purify and regenerate this vital fluid,
without Which sound health is'impossihla fat
contaminated constitutions, v.-
.-.- xZ-T ??OMiaM?' '' : UTTrii,l.".pT-ice iair. ffe Courtsf'Doni
!"lfceJKSSS 1 W phan. Brown, and the adjoining Counties;
Ague, Perladleal HVadaekaa BUlaaa
ncauiavvHv, ikhsuuvu SOWavSi
ror Me -wnoia vimaa as ai
lar 1st blltarv ateraBarcwK
?t, caad w
the Malaria or JUasaaatle v-trlas
Wears enallodhe to offer ths eomnwiltya
remedy which, while it cures tits above eomplafaits
with certainty, is still perfectly harmless In any
quantity.' Such a remedy Is invaluable fat districts
where -these affficting disardsrr ptavafl. This
"Cure" expels the miasmatic poUon of Fans
Aim Aota from ths system, and prevents the de
velopment of the diseass, if taken on ths fioCap
proachof its pre monitm j staiptoms. It is not only
ths best remedy ever yet discovered lor flits class
of eaanplaudsbut also the cheapest.--Ths lana
quantity we supply fa a dollar brinn It whWatas
reach of every Body; and in Biliotts Aktrictsorfc
FaTxa" aiid Aoca ptevaOs,- every body should
hare It and use it freely bothfor curs and-protea-tion.
A great superiority of thk remedy orsr' say
other ever discovered, fee ths speedy and eastaia
eme of Intermittents is that it contsias no QataiM
or mineral, rontennently It produces no quhussa or
other iniurious effects whatever upon thaeonstitu--
tion. aaoss carea oy it ara.sert as naasfayaais,
they had never had ths diseased r.
Fever and Acue is-not aloas ths eenseonence ef
the miasmatie pokon.- A great variety ef disery
oeiv anao xxyjol ii mususn, wMmwH iwon Tn,
Nmtraiaia. Wummutum.-Oot. HdmcJk. MW
nest, TboUkaelu.Earmctu, CatmrKAMkmm, jL j
oriinnatiBS & this cause, nut on ths
(m. r become nefodieaL This "COM
the poison -ft a the blood, and etaassqasutiy
tacmauauxe. it a sa mraraaat a m-s -immisranta
aad cenoaa fravaUafc Staasotaaly
residmamtheaularioasdistrlets. Iftak oa-1
akmally or'daQy whDa exposed to ths infteOaaw,
that willjbe excreted from ths system, and canst
accumulate In. sufficient, quantity to ripen. Into dis
ease. Hence It is rrauatonvaraahle Ibrprstse
tion than cure, and fctrwiH etsr' salfar frotalatati
mittents if tuey aTau tacsasefveB oi us
thisraaedvaffinds.) - . '' r
Shrere&Macy, WUU'pioadsy '
Lcili'A Shields, Iowa Point;' . -
H. C. Lett, Ifaycttc; ' - (
Van Lear, Hirdy 4Co.,'St. Joseph,,. ',.
And by Agents in every town in the United
Sutes. ' " dec. 27, CO-ly.
FOR SALE. -"- w.
SACKS G. A. SALT. by'r "
i gebriiFfER, I
A N indespcnsibte article in every family,
!. whereby, with their ordinary kitchen frease
MnhU with the Sanonifier. they can make
1I ilia aaao they mse hard, soft, or fancy. It
iUmmka hard water soft, and will clean type
to periecuou Jiowuig cquau uiwunuuis ""JM
Pat 'ap ia nirrtight tro boxes of lib.
eacb, irbieb jrill aliakc, with 4 to S
lbs. cosanoa arease, from IS to
'ts Kalioas elegmt soft soap
or 8 to 10 lbs. hard.
It has now been several years since this in
valuable article was first introduced to the Pub
lic, and the estimation in which it is held,
wherever known and tried, and theimmenso de
mand for it from all quarters, are conclusive
proofs of its real merits and value as a family
"agi .1 L'leo' . .rf -L . '.
BEWARE OW VUTATipms I
T)wnnanrp article like that of all dis
coveffaatoT-tniesaeHt aa yalni tas induced
unpnheipled parties tomitate it. We therefore
CAUTItlW TUB fUBLilu against wormi
rniiNTRRFRiTS and to take none but the
ccauine; original and patentea 'article, iuaou
factored only by tne .
PENKSYLVAJf IA SALT
Or EastTarcntHBi, Alleehany Co. Fa.
OFFICE AND DEPOT,
' Up. ZWPennSt.,
Above-the Canal Bridge,
Who also Manufacture of standard qnality,
Caustic Soda for Soap Makers,
Soda Ash, Copperas.
Refined Soda Ash, Manganese,
Sal Soda, . Nitric Acid, ,
Choloryde of Calcium Soda Saleratus,
Bleaching Powder, Sulphrie Acid,
Muratic Acid, Aqua Fortis,
Extra Refined Snow-Whito Table, Dairy
nrt Pkekinr Salt, warranted entirely Pure and
Dry, pat up In various packages and styles-
The only rare sais in tne coumry.
Store-Keepers in the United States.
1000 Cases Saponlfier, genuine, for sale at
manufacturers, prices in lots to suit purchasers,
by l'27 JI "0 el-
april 5, 60-ly. St Louia, Mo
Reward Asseclitlei, rhlladelphla
A BeneeoUnt Institution, tstallisktd by special
Endowment, fir tMHtUefofAeSickand DU
tressed, afflicted uwitk Virulent and Epidemic
Diseases, and especially for the Cure of Dittos-
esojUtr Sexual Organs. '
MEDICAL ADVICE given gratis, by the
Acting burgeon, to all who apply by lot
ter. with a description of their condition, (age,
ocennation.' habits of life, Ac.,) and in cases of
extreme poverty, Medicines furnishcd free if.
VALUABLE REPORTS on Spermatorrhoea,
and other Diseases of ithe SexnalAOrcans, and
on ther NEW REMEDIES employed in the
Dispensary, sent to the afflicted in sealed letter
envelopes, free oCcharge.Twoor three Stamps
for postage ,will be acceptable. . -. ...
Acting Surgeon, Howard Association, No. 2,
South Ninth'Street, Philadelphia, Pa. By or
der ef the Directors. ,,, ,n ., , , j
EZRAD. HEARTWELt, President.
GEO. FAIRCHILD Secretary.
octi 460iiyoi CjlL vdu :-
Brack's New York Type-Feiadry,
TTAS now on hand an Immense stock of
f iX Roman-Type, Fancy Type,
copperplate script, uerman lype,
Muhic Type, Ornaments,
Chess and Checker lype. Borders,
Brass and Metal Hulos, I. Leads, '"
Brass and Electro. Ciiclesand Ellipses,
Labor Saving Rules, , - xr Corner Quads
ih. iri Metal Furniture, etc.
The types arc all cast-by steam Ipowerfrom
tho hardpssota peculiar to this) Foundry. The
uncqaallsd sldity in the process of casting
enables me is sell these more durable types at
the lowest ptioas of ordinary types',) either" for
cash or credit. r 'fiHj
Presses-;Wood Type, Ink, Cases, Stieks, etc.,
furnished at the manufacturer's lowest prices.
Aispecimen pamphlet of 'Fonts oT Letter only,
auu puces, maiivu hi yuuwiiK viuwb,vu iuc tv
cention of seven cents, to cre-Dav the nostace
Printers of Newspapers who choose to publish
this advertisement, including rthis note, three
times before ths 1st day of 'August, looa, and
forward me one or the napem. will be allowed
their bills, at the- time .of. making a purchase
from me of five times the amount or my manu
factures. - r i -.-
Address, . " GEORGE BRUCE, "
o -n 13,, Chambers Street, New-York.
June23,ie59:r'-'J - -tXj'3w.
Caatioa to Trespassers..
NOTICE Is hereby given, that" CvDorland
haa'beenappolated by tha'.White Cloud
City Company, Agent for tho care of timber.
Any persaneutting or hiuling-'limKcr from any
of the landsptsaid Uonjpany, without arrange
ments withsaid Agent, will be prosecuted lm
mediately. Mil oersons indebted for timber ob
taincd heretofore, are xntifled'io' come up and
settlcibr the same, without delay.. . .
.'L-'lfkii 0...BAILEY, PresidenU
June 21, 60-tf.
Yjiv. d: .markham, , It
ATTORNEY AT.f4W &.REAL, EATE AGENT,
pay taxes! for, non-residoub, ahd buy and sell
lauds.1 Particular attention 'paid to collections
in Kansas, Nebraska,nd fjortb7 w est Missouri
OFFICE ON MAIN"STREET.
fan.20.5SMf.' - -JH!". ' t , "
Try Wirds Telegraph .Tonic!
if taken aixording to directions', to effect
a cure. The proprietor can produce a thousand
certificates to those1 who wishto see' them, but
doesvotthmk it neoessary to (display- thSBr.aa
the hiedicTne will recommendltseir, if jgiven'a
trial. Trytancejaad satisfy yonrseir:
Warranted perfectly Vegetable and harmless.
For sale by Shreye ft Micy, '.White Cloudi
and by Dealers everywhere: All orders must
be addressed to Wl" W. WARD; 'ManMoo
Hoase-.-Learea worth CitvrKaasas, General
I Agent for Kansas, Nebraska, and the Westers
J. C?f DOTT,
AltoricT at Law & Lu4 Agevu;
SPECIAL .attention paid to the Collection
of Claims in Nessaha, Marshall aad Brown
Counties.- 'ii;lr-5f " ?-'"" aj-'Iij j
.z&'il.Z ! IEFERENCES: 1 1-: i-l
BrxLas: 4TWituas7?vhite CloudTKaasaa.
v. niTwTamiir T1' J t-'
raisa CaawiLVfc CoMSt! JesephJ'Me.nV 7
tTna T. vf B n.' Vn-WtV!T
Mow;GiLt'Co?,TChieaEoVTniBois.'' -' - j
R. U. Toaaiv, Diet. Xn-, Nemaha' Co.,'KfT.
july-14:SiIy.. " --" - ,
TtHE subscriber has iusteomnleted his Shia-
f --'ileTtfachin'eT '-aadls'now.-mamifacturin
canWhad ia the-markst. Ordera'Tor'anf
-..r . Ans.2 ., 1 1!4 lr-- iW---.
hand, atihe' motreisbnable prices". 2
Imavbe.fbundatWhiie Cloud, just below
Partridge & Co.'s Saw Mill . .
I JAMES F.- CLEMENSEN
MOJRRIS & CHENEY
AREn handy as usual, with a large and
complete assortment of all sixes and pat
terns of :
r.ak. PiTl.r. aii lettlig swtcs,
comprising the latest and most Improved styles:
TIN, COPPKE, AND SHEET-IHOS WARK,
in any quantity to rittte awket-allof.which
will d sold "dbt'eheap," for the CASH!
We have also on hand
BAR IROlf AND STEEL,
of various kinds, to suit the trade. And last,
toough not least, we will aeep a compiew -sortment
which, for good qualities, are unsurpassed by
any other in ase.
White Cloud, April 5, 1860-ly.
ANNIB1L ft ST. JOSEFI R. R.
Passenirer Express Leaves St. Joseph
Stock Train "
Ti LAW S WEST.
Passenger Express arrivesatSt. Joe. 9iWP.M.
Emigrant -11 am ." ,n n m
Freight " " 30 P.M.
Freight Train has Passsenger Car attached.
Close connections made by each Train witb
Mississippi boats and all Eastern Railroads.
Tickets sold to all principal places in the
country. , , .
The most ample provisions for taking Stock
:m Mn .ml Himitteh. and at the lowest rates.
Cannections made at St. Joseph with Packets
up and down the river, and witn stage lines to
all part? of Kins.
J. T.K.HAYWARD. General Sup't.
Capt. Cotleb. Assistant Superintendent.
p n n.n.T. (len. Ticket Arent.
Jos. Looms, Gen. Freight Ag't, Hannibal Mo.
D. Sawin, General Agent.
OWFECTIOIw EKY !
Wholesale and Retail!
rilHE undersigned has permanently located
X in White Cloud, at the stand recently oc
rnnirH hv Hcnrv Beckett, where he has opened
out, and is constantly receiving, large stocks of
CANDIES OF ALL KINDS,
ef the very best quality!
OYSTERS -AND SARDINES!
Oraiges aid Leaoas !
CIG AKS, SMOKING AND CHEWING TOBACCO!
RAISINS AND FIGSt
NUTS' OP ALL KINDS !
Lemon Srrnp and Fresh Peaches!
Toys and Perfumery
The Choicest Wises aad Liqaers,
Lager Deer, nod Old Cider Vinegar I
FLOUR AND HEAL,
STONE WARE, SUGAR, D UTTER,
SODA CRACKERS, CHEESE,
Bread, Pies, Cakes,
and eatables of all kinds!
Ice Cream once or twice each week I
i I have also
The Finest Quality Bifle Powder, Shot,
Caps, ana Lead! '
A call is solicited from all persons wishing to
purchase any article in my line, either at whole
sale or retail, as I feel confident that I can fill
orders at as reasonable figures as any house in
this upper country. .
JAMES M. BECKETT.
White Cloud, June 14, 1860-tf.
Mast toe Preserved!
A CRISIS is' upon the country, and it Is the
n. dutv of every patriot to direct his efforts
toward averting the impending calamity. To
this end, two things arc essentially necessary,
to wit: the mosti-igid economy, and a regard
for the welfare' aiid best interests.of every cit
izen. Determined to do his part in the good
work, to the utmost or hi power,
SAMUEL L. JENNINGS
has replenished his stock of
V yHats and Caps,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY,
'Faraitare aid Matrasses,
Floiir and ileal,
Whiskey arid other Choice Liquors,
AND EVERYTHING USUALLY KEPT
IN VARIETY STOKES I
,. All i of which will be sold
CHEAP A8 THE CHEAPEST !
White Cloud, January 47861-tf.
. EDWIN .H. GRANT,
Attorney at aLaw,
1 liWTART TDILIC, AND
-TtEALi jESTATE AGENT,"
:-!- i (omes ia ths cotnrr boosk, -BHAWATHAiBROWN
.Will attend promptly, to all business entrust
edio him In Brows aad the adjoining Counties
dec. 23, 53 V
, ., - -
MY accounts having been aiadeout for, the
pasfyear, friends, will reader me an 'espe
cial favor -"by prompt settlement. 'These ac
cottnVaraindivIdaatyBmall ia ,amount, but
.C, J., &.H. F,. SAYR8,
1A1LL continue to supply 'the trade with all
v Y, Goods Bsualivkent in aTeoaatrr store.
Havinc-a.w ell assorted stock.. DBrcaased from
the EasteBB, citiesv we flattetoarselyes that we
"Small prafits and quick sales.'
Couatrv Froduee of. all kinds taken in ex-
chaagejfor Goods. n Jv, , jan. 84, 61-tf.
THE .undersigned have formed a eo-pertaer-shin
under the style of C. D. k H. F. Savm.
':. l.. - .. 1 K- a
and will contiaae tokeep a geaeral aasortment
oi uooas tor country trade, we solicit a coa
tinuariccdftheTrjatreaaeeaieaded to tne old
firm. C.TATA SAYRS,
IIEtfRl F. SAYRS.
White Cload, January 21, ISCl-tf.
Mic aorrcgatc, it proauj patu,,woaiu am ca
tentialiy in meeting pending 'obligations.-- -
Jan24,.61-tf.l t C. DANA 8AYR3.C
ADTl'oilZEl1 BUXlTAir B90K8.
Published by order of the U. 8. War Depart
lNSrPH0CTI0N8 IN FIELD ABTILLKBY.
Prepared by a board of Artillery Officers. 1
V vol. 8vo. $2,50. .
BaLTtMOaK, Mo., January 15, I8S9.
Col. S. Coorxa, Adjt. Gen. U. S. A.
Sia: The Light ArUllery Boarf assembled
by Special Orders No. 134, of 1856, and Special
Orders No. 116, of 1858. has the honor to sub
mit a revised system of Light Artillery Tactics
and Regulations recommended for that arm. ,
WM.H. FRENCH, BtMsier,
Captain First Artillery.
Captain Second Artillery.
HENRY J. HDNT, Bt. Major,
Captain Second Artillery.
Rifle and Light Infantry Tactics, for the exeri
rise and manoevres or Troops when acting as
Light infantry or Riflemen. Prepared under
the direction of the War Department .By
Brevet Lieutenant-Colonel W. J. a AKDE.&.
U.S.A. Vol . I. Schools or th Souwaa
ANoCoiiraNr; Iasmcwoas roa Skibjiishks.
Vol. II. School or thk Bttiluow.
Two vols- complete. $1-50.
"Aa Act to establish an uniform nude of Disci
pline and Field. Exercise for the Mditia of the
United States. m , ,.
"Skctiov 1. That the system of discipline
and field exercise which is and shall be ordered
to be observed by the regular Army of tho
United Sutes, in the different corps of infantry,
artillery, and riflemen, sioU also i observed bo
the militia, in the exercises and discipline of the
said corps, respectively, throughout the United
Aiprovcd, Washington, May 12, 1820.
Published by order of the War Department.
First Part School or -raoorea; o ths
PtATOOM AKDOFTHcSQIMDaOS DlSMOUXTSD.
Second Part School ofthi Taoorra; aan
or thb Platoom and or ths Souanaon Moim-
txo. Third Part Evolotioss or a kkji
mext. Three vols. 18mo. $3.75.
Was DxrAa-nsBrr, Washwotoii, )
February 10, 1841. J
Tho nrstnin nf Ca.ralrv Tactics adapted to
thn nrfinization of Dratroon reeiments, having
hiin unnmred h the President of the United
States is now pubhsnea tor ine goTemmeu i
w...... -rr jr ... .. . .
the said service.
Accordingly, instructions in the same will be
given after the method pointed oat therein, aad
all additions to, or departures from the exerci
ses and manoeuvres laid down in this system are
3 J. R. POINSETT.
Secretary of War.
Mc'JLEl.LANS BAYONET EXERCISES.
Manual of Bavonct .Exercises. Prepared far
tlin iwe of the Annv of the United States.
By GEORGE B. McCLELLAN, Captain
First Reeiment Cavalry. U. S. A. Printed
by order of the War Department.
une vol. izmo. i-w.
HcADODASTsas or the Ashv.
Washington, D.C., December 31, 1851.)
Hon. C. M. Consad, Secretary of War
Sir: Herewith I hare the honor to submit
a system of Bayonet Exercise, translated from
the French by Captain Geo. B. McClellan,
Corps Engineers, U. S. Army.
I strongly recommend its being printed for
distribution to the Annv, that it be made by
regulation, a part of.the "System of Instruc
tion." . - , . T
The inclosed extracts from reports of the in
spector General, etc., show the value.
I have the honor to be, sir, with the highest
respect. Your most obedient servant,
Approved. WINFIELD SCOTT.
Secretary of War.
January 2, 1852.
R. JONES, Adjutant-General.
Any of the abore' works forwarded by mail,
free of postage, to any part of the United States,
on the receipt of the published price. Remit
tances can be made in gold dollars and postage
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(CTAny paper copying the above advertise
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A War Journal.
The propnetor of the "Naw Yoaa Path
FiNDia." deairinir to manifest hla .ical in the
defence of his couutiy, tlie honor of the Stars
ana stripes, ana tne supremacy oi inc wraw
tution, proposes to establish a Weekly Journal
derated to the progress of the war, by land and
sea. THE ENTIRE PROFITS TO BE DE
VOTED TO THE PATRIOTIC FUND, for
the support of the Volunteers and their Fami
lies, it will be entitled
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NAVAL AND MILIITAHY PATH-FINDEK,"
A large Fear-Page Paper, and.will contain a
full and reliable account of the movements of
the United States forces; the doings of the
Rebel Army, and every item of news of the least
interest connected with the Great Struggle.
As the publisher, will reap no advantage from
this undertaking, it is nopca mat ma ucjwm
be patronized as becomes a people determined
to snppot the Union, and succor and maintain
its brave defenders and their Wives and Fami-
Ths Naval and MiUTAav.PATH-FiNMai will
be published on Monday next, the 29th of April,
and erenr succeeding Monday.
Price 5 Cents per Copy.
YEARLY SUBSCRIPTIONS $3.00
Shorter Periods in proportion.
A limit ed number of Advertisements received.
ID All Orders, Communications, &e., to be
addressed to the
"EDITOR OF THE NAVAL AND MILITA
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GREAT SPEECH FOR THE JTSIOV.
. This superb Engraving measuring 30x36 in
ches, representing one of the sublimest scenes
ever enacted in that aapist assembly, tne sen
ate of the United States, exhibits this immor
tal "Defender of the Constitution." as he ad
dressed that body on the' great Compromise
measures or- itu. Aroona mm may oe seen
the dasuerreotvped likenesses of more than
one hundred Senators and distinguished strangers-drawn
thitherby Mr. Webster's great fame
to listen to his speech.
Resolved to pat this glowing Pletare witain
the means of every lover of "WEBSTER AND
TILE UNION," we have reduced the price
from $3,00 for which so long been sold, to the
merely nominal price of $1,25. Each Engra
ving win oe accompaniea oy a pnntea uotlisx
Kzv, showing the name and place ef each saam
ber of the Senate. Of those ordering the pic
ture to be sent throach the Mail, 13 cents ia
addition will be required. Agents wasted.
Address, ' BURNETT. CO.,
Room No. 11, 64 Nsssaa Street, N. Y.
IMS I "MOW!
Haiiy's Paleit, A-JaaUHe, 8lf
sUkiig Htwer ai4 leapr
Cwartiiet! " v
t r t. s .
TS now conceded to be tie best Reasfne Ma-
JL thine extant. It baa been-brougnt nearer
to perfection than any other t ia more simply
constructed, and will do better work." The serf-,
raker can Be detached ia a mossent's time , tiias
adapting itlo the reanla& aaot.mowing of fallea'
and tangled grain sua rass. Testimonials aa
to the ,valne and superiority of this nfarfilne
have come from all narta of tha ensntrr 'and a
trial is all that is needed U give eatire satis
faetioB. Its wmparsiire'cheapvieas is.byno
means an unimportant coasideratioB.
maaauicurea as rreepon, iinaew.
PriceofMachiaes,atthesbop,$135, cash, x""
" Seir-RakingAtmchaaeat, 90, cash.
" ', . -," .r'a5, kalf cash
I am arcnt for the sale of.these Machines-
Northern Kansas. O. C. WHITNEY.
White Cloud, April 1", I86I-Sm.
Cheaoer than Ever!
STEAM SAW. MILL
In Full Blast!
rflHE undersiraed.proprietora of the White
I ram.it RiHo Saw Mill, take nleasarsia
announcing to the public, that their mill ia ia
the very best order, aad they have commenced
operations for1 the season. They ara prepared
to do sawing or every ainu ana uewnjiMuu,
the shortest notice. They will saw. oa the
halves, or for money, very cheap, aaey win
constantly keep on hand -
ALIINDS OF LUMBER:
v,rh th will nll a little cheaoer 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
nish LATHS in any quantity, at low rates.
Gie us a call, and satisiy yourseiTea w. --
can do just what we say.
WM. MAUCK SONS.
Whito Cloud, March 17, 1859-tf.
A BTovelty In the Art World ! r
FHOTOGRirnT UPON porcelain.
Secured by tetters Patent in the United States,
" England, France, and Belgium.
TUB AMEIUCAN'PHOTOGUAPHIC PORCELAIN
No. 781 Broadway, New York,
having secured their 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 photograps, the brilliancy
and finish nt water color drawing, and a hith
erto unattained quality of durability, byjbeing.
rendered as imperishable as tne natural proper
ties ortne articles upon wnicn mey are uas
As the patented process f thMtafpsa "
hip the reproduction of PhotoersmssV hot only
on plain surfaces, but upon such as are round or
of any degree of irregularity portraits can be
reproduced with faultless accuracy, and delicacy
01 aeiineanuu, urju i ukvcmiu ,mm .j ....
gcripilon and dimension used as articles of lux
ury or of household utility, such ss
TJros, Yases, Breakfast Cups, Toilet Artieles,
thereby securing faithful portraits and furnishing
a unique and exquisite style of ornamentation
of articles in domestio use.
In order to furnish facilities for the gratifica
tion of the nooular taste, and to meet the wants
of those natrons of the Fine Arts desirous of
having Portraits on Porcelain, the Company
hare imnorted from Europe a collection of su
perior Dorcelain eoods. manufactured to their
nwn nnler. which thev sell at cost prices.
As the American Company are owners of the
patent right, and consequently the only persons
authorized to use the process, they have deter
mined, in order
To afford People ia every section of the Union
an opportunity to possess
Portraits on China,
to make the, following proposition to
Residents la ths Country, who are unable to
visit personally the Atelier annual
Persons sending a photograph, ambrotype, or
daguerreotype to tne ornce 01 ins company in
New York, accompanied by
will receive in return by express, free of other
A richly ornamented Breakfast Cup and Saucer,
with the portrait transferred thereon.
By transmitting a daguerreotype and
they will secure in like manner,
A haadsoms Preach Vase or Toilet Article,
with the portrait reproduced by the patented
process. By sending a pair of daguerreotypes
they will receive in return
A pair of rich Sevres Vases,
with the portraits executed equal to miniature
painting; and, in like manner, portraits can be
reproduced on porcelain wares or
Vases of every quality of Finish,
ranging in price from
Twenty to One Hundred Dollars ths pair.
N. B. Be particular in writing the address,
town, county and State distinctly.
All letters to be addressed to
"MAifAaca, Ahebicas PHOToaaArHic Poacc
lain Co.." 781 BroaJway, New Yoek.
nov29 60 3m
500,000 lbs, Wool Wanted
' ST. JOSEPH. MO.
Two Extensive Woollen Factories,
IN SUCCESSFUL OPERATION.
One New nnd Fitted Up with all the
WE are prepared to manufacture' to order,
and have for sale, the following goods:
White, Colored, Striped aad Plain
FLANNELS, FDLLED LINSEY8,
Colored, White aad Mixed, l) yds Wide,
Blankets of all Kinds and Qualities,
VAB8 OFAU. SIZES AMD COLORS.
We will exchange the Ibove Goods for Wool
or cash. -
FANCY DYEINOTO ORDER.
We will Pay Cash for eay aiaeaal Wool
N. BUELL ft SON. BlfELL k DIXON.
June 14, 60-6m.
Land and General Agent,
SENECA, NEMAHA CO., KANSAS,
TOnLLpromptly attend to investing-Money.
-V v . navin r Taxes, ts!-" aad iallima. Land
m .. .. ' -w . "I- "' Z
ara Mebraska. Otaae oa MaiarStreet.
V.'D.WiwHiwrWn'ite Cloud, Kansas
E. A. Potn.a-r. fnwa Pnlit-"."' f -
'A. C. WiLBxa;Ltavenwortlr.
Pssixxjm tt DntHiw. "
P. L. tTraaraa. " "
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MM m xoTP,os.40wcpa, mo., , .t,q ,
sv. jvatuw, inaiaaapoiis, ma
jaae30.59-lyT . r
FOR SALE! z
rraa&ertber. oTfoV, sale, on ifbaral
JL teraaa. a TSnl Itnim traata -r" -
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aaa prairie laaas, ieatM,aeag Willie Cload
The.tiaabered tracts will be divided to salt pur
chasers. Y. D. MARKHAM
White Cloud sent. 29, 53-tf.
fYARRING Tfr EVE1Y SEftSIBLE WOMAR.
WHY FBBUsVBS wTJFFBB Dl BSALTH.
Kewomawof daSoacy to wHttsg to dkclon Oa
Bar aQmeota taeiacn 10 nr mx, ma w amott
TWa nxxtaty and OeUcter to lraplanu uj aatonL
asd adther abouM no nooi ba aubjeetod to tha mto
hocksiUwvitabl la maklne a nra,to thaothat as
ahaas alhnaita belocgtajt exdoatnlj to Uw ftmala,'
JCacepi la atsnan- tsoeo, Set MDdttnaaai wlU lauV
Sea ber kcalth lather than ber dcllcncy.
The ccoatqnrocai an aerlooa, bnientaUr, aM IUk
-TfaoaWbat at flrat eouU hava lu raIIy mnflt
oraarbapabettaratBLaat lBCarn-O, braoaea a oona
ealkn of dlamaea. pat only rmnln tha health of Sa
uMber, and embmotea- ber day. W lekaoa tod ant
Sarins; W aolallti-;.bki cooltaUooa una ber
ebUdnOv and eobanaaamr. If oat ll.(reaatof Bj ttat.
waai and yacaataty praapecto of tha baabaad. Latrrwy
TAKE WARNING rIN .TIME,
(asthouaaDdafcaradcoa) by the Utter exptrlaoee and
auSUIags f thara,of tha dreadful canteomeatiha
estalto upon benetf and thcaa endeared to ber, by bar
Irnarante of the ahnpteet and pblnevt nlea or haaftli at
etauweted -with tha feaarrtage- atatr, tha vlobtlon at
which entail dlaeaaa. raScrloc, and muary.
How many aw aiiBatiag Itom obatrucuaaa or 1
hdUea neennar to tha lemala iTrirni. whleh t
tho health, the eflecta of which they are ignorant, and'
for which their deneaey jtrhMa xrUor medical ad.
Ticel Uaw many anSrr JomprUaiwuurHlMUbm tt
tha wotab), or ttanjbmr etno (wralineea, debUltr, fta.
llow many an in oonataat agooy fbr bust racauia ara
ceding conflnementl llow many he dlHrult, If not
dangenjo datlr 1c,and alow and uncartala reearerial
To the question, hw an theaa to be prevented t vhat
anallbsdonat the answer to (imrle.
let nnj woman asccrlala lor btnelwltlioBtrlo
lence to bet lellcaey, tho nature and character of tha
ailment (to which aha as a (ernale la aahjectx the cassai
from which It may arise, and tha proper remedies tar
Ita crre and futnre prevention.
1 ma sno can on ay poaecaMiv a uuieraiDme tatrtaay
1 uy inoivanosx niuuu ijujji auai
ro.vj.v nvMr is tub matter, asd
TELLS HER ttUAT TO DO FOJt IT, In slapla
but chaste words, and such aa she can uadentaad.
This lltUeTelama to entitled f
THE MARRIED WOMAN'S
PRIVATE MEDICAL COMPANION,
BY DKTA. M. VAURICKATJ,
' rtorssaoa or sisaisss or viua
One Uumdttilk Edilim (600,000) 19, yp. SML
Io rus raraa, axraA aiisiia, $100.
A etandard work, ef established npoUUon, found
shssed la tha QUaleiruea af tha great Tradsfialesta,
Kaw York, Philadelphia, and other rtUea, and sold by.
ma principal booaaallen to the United Btatea. It was
flrat woblished in INT, since which time
FIVE HUSDREB THOUSAHD COPIES
bare bean sold, of which then wen upwards of
ONE HOKDBED THOUSAND SENT BYMA1L
attaatlrartbe high estimation In wtnehtt kbaM as THM
OlILY RELIABLE, popular mrdlcal
BOOK FOR EVEUY,FEIALE,
(he author barlna; deroted, and ftUl deroass, h!s aicla.
dye atteBtleo lo tha tnatniaDt of eon plaints peculiar to
frmtJia, In respect to which ha la yearly eosaaltad by
thousands, both In person and r.y-letlar. 1-
Hen every woman can discover, by comparing bt
own trmptoma with those described, the natare, eharaev
ter, eaoaea of, aad tha nr-jur remedlea In bar cota
sbunU. - The wlfc abootbeeomlns; a mother has oftan need of
Instruction aad adrlca of the otmoat Importance la bar
futon health, win find sneh Instruction and adTlea, aa
ahx explain many symptoms which otherwise would
offftion anxiety alarm, aa all the pecnnarlUea lncV
dent to hersituatl sn an described.
It to of conns unpnetleabla to conray faDy thsra.
rlons aubjecta treated of, aa thay an of a natura strleUy
Intended for the married or those contemplating mar
riage. The revelations contained. In lta pages ban
proved a ble ng to thousands, as the Immmenble 1st.
tan received by tha author (wtlch ha Is permliud by
the writers lo publish) win attest.
Extract of a ktterrvm a gentleman In Dayton, OK.
ty. A. 3LMatrietm:
- My wife has been perceptlbK sinking for soma three
rears or more. In consequence of ber great asgtnsb and
solTerlng some months befon and during confinement.
tjrery stiecrestve one men and mon debiHtatsd and
rjatrated her, putting her 'lb In Imminent danger, and
which was on the last occasion despaired of. I supposed
that this state of .thinga waa lnentaHa, and resigaed
myself to meet (he worst. At this time (now about two
Bontha), I beard your book highly spoken of, as con
taining some matters niching my case. On lta receipt
and perusal I cannot errrese toyoa the renef H afforded
my distressed mind, ana us joy iia pages impanea w
my wife, on loarnlng that the great discovery af M. It
led m remedr. It opened a prospect
tA mm which 1
Dttlo enocelved was possible. No pson-
nlitw rnnalderatton can ever rernv the obHsatlona I s
unaer u yon, lor navnig ueen uw mnnvi ramwa wm
us tho matters contained to "Tha Harried Wfcmsns
Private Hedica Companion.' But fur this, en another
year would ban poMd over my head, In all human
probability my wife would havs been at her grave and
my children left motherless.''
In eonsequenco of the universal. popularity of ths
work, aa evidenced by I U extraordinary sale, various bn.
posltlons have been attempted, as wall on booksellers as
on the public, by Imitations of title page, spurious edi
tions, and surrpptltlqus lnfrlngementa of copyright, and?
ot her devices and deceptions. It lias been found necessary
TO CAUTION THE PUBL.IO
to buy no bpokrtmesa the wot Is "Dr. A.aLMins
case. 119 Lllierty Street, V. t ," to on (and the entry to
lha Clerks Office on the back or) tha title page; and
buy only of respectable and honorable dealers, or seal by
mall, and addrtaa to Dr. A. M. If anrlceao.
a" Upon recerat of One Dollar "THE MArtWt'ff
WOsdANS FHIVATE MEDIOA!. OOMFAMIOIT to
... m .
auOaf fret) to any part of rha United states, os
and Brinsh rrovincsa. AD Laden moss as
and silliisail to Dr. A. IS. MAUHIOEAa
Hew-Tork Oily. PohDahlng Offlca. Ho. U
Ztm aasas iv1
'-S. Tw -V
Has been before the public more than 20 rears,
and Is deservedly popular in the cure of J
Spavins, Sweeney, Ringbone, WindgaHa, Pols
Evil, Callous, Cracked Heels, Gall of all kinds,
Fresh Wounds, Sprains. Braises, FisUto. Sit-
fast, Sand Cracks, Strains, Lameness, Fowad
ered Feet, Scratches or Grease, Mange, Foot
Rot in Sheep, Garget, In Cows, Rheumatism,
Bites of. Animals, ExUrnsJ.FoisonsPainfoJ
' Nervous Affections,' Frost Bites, Bolaj, Corns,
Whitlows, Burns and Scalds, ChillblsJas
Chapped Hands, Cramps, Contractions of the
Xtisdes,'SweQugs, Weakness' of the Joints,
Caked Breasts, Sore' JflpplesPiles, c
WsW Pamphlets gralaltoaarjr farnihedby
sgrats, with Testimoaials of its utility. - -r
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CAtTTioa--tat the Pwhaser' obssmri, that
lie name, " G. W. ItsicBAST," In his own ssisjsV,
writing, is over tha cork, also Mowa'tothealae
of.thepoUle. Not otkirembo okitinl. , .?
0 For "sale, by Draggittgaad lasrehasto
gyasraBy, throagk-tha IWtei States, ,Brititk
PssiSaaaBsa. aad other Cnnnsriss. t Aad by n
ShrSve'it Macy, White Cload Jstaasas. ."'
McAllister Lett,Lafayetu; ,
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all orders aeleetad froas thsSpeeimerriBook5 af
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Coaaer ft Sas,.Whste ft Ce:, Geo. Brace also
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rreaaes. vi- t , t -tr
i wecwoijpwgexecnea at snorrafttce, ia
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