rTlHE subscribers have formed a partnership
J- in the Goodi business, under tbe title 01
BAILEY & NOYES,
and occuov the old stand of 0. BAILEY, and
have now on-hand and are receiring the most
extensive stock of Goods ever offered in this
part of the country ,-consisting, in part, of the
following: For Ladies' wear, a nne assort,
OE LAINES, BAREGES,
GINGHAMS, LAWNS, POPLINS, feC,
A large lot of
BROWN & BLEACHED SHEETINGS,
CASSIMERES, SATIN ETTS,
DENIMS, AND SUMMER GOODS
For Men nnd Boys' Wear, nnd
Of every description,
ted stock of
A large and well seleo'
OP ALL KINDS,
HITS, CAPS. BONNETS,
HOODS AND LADIES' HATS,
vCoal Oil & Lamps,
A Good Assortment of
From the best Manufacturers. We Invito
special attention to our large stock of
BOOTS, SHOES, & MITERS!
' Consisting of
Kid, Calf, and Prunella' Balnorals,
Serge and Kid Congress Gaiters,
Men and Boys'
Calf, Kip, and Thick Boots k Shoes,
Ladies', Men's and Children's Shoes
Of Every Description.
Believing that our stock will compare favor
ably with any in this section of the country, we
invite th public generally to call and examine.
JVe lrub,e to thou; Goodt.
We will sell the above Stock cheap, for
CASH, or n exchange for HEMP,
WHEAT, OATS, FLAX SEED,
RYE, HIDES, WOOL, BEES
Persons living in Missouri, trading with us
to any considerable amount, will be FERRIED
FREE OF CHARGE.
CHARLES W. N0YE8.
White Cloud, April 30. 1SG3.
FORMERLY T0FEEA DOUSE,
N. E. Cor. Kansas Avenue and Fifth St.,
THIS well-known "Topeka House" is now
thoroughly renovated, and has been re
opened under the auspices of
E. C. X. QABVEY,
Who natters himself that tho fact is a sufficient
guarantee to the Kansas Public that all the
Comforts and Conveniences of a FIRST
CLASS HOTEL will be forthcoming. The
Rooms are large and well furnished and conve
nient. The HOUSE is immediately in front
of the-CAPITOL BUILDINGS, on Kansas
Andif more is required, we might add, this
HOUSE is the
atthe Capitol of our next President,
GENERAL JAMES HENRY LANE I
August 36, 1SG3.
NOTICE is hereby given, that I will offer
for sale, at public auction, at the door of
the Court House, in Hiawatha, Brown County,
Kansas, on the 10th day of October, A. D. 1663,
at 8 o'clock P. M. of said day, the following
real estate, to wit: The south-east quarter and
the south-west quarter of section No. 9, in
township No. 4, of range No. 18; taken as the
property of John Tamberlin, on an order of sale
in favor- of-Morgan -Osborn, issued from the
Clerk's office of the District Court nf th uM
Brown County, and to me directed, as -Sheriff
01 saia county.
Given under mv hind, this ?th day of Sep
Jember, A D. 1863- I. B. HOOVER,
8heriffof Brown County, Kansas.
By H. M. Roimsox, Under Sheriff.
In J. Licocx, Attorney for Plaintiff.
Septembet 10, 1 663-5 w. Pr's fee. 6.
Situated One Mile and a Half South of High
Sand, Doniphan County, Kansas.
THIS Nursery was commenced in the JB
Spring of 1661. and now covers 12 E.
acres, containing 80,000 young Apple Trees, of I
1 .(u oup.cu bu una cumatc; also, unpes.
Currants, Rhubarb Roots, &c. The subscriber
also offers for sale 12,000 three year old Apple
Trees, for which he will take wheat, young
stock, and hides.
Highland S. J. EDGERLY, Proprietor.
, August 15, IS6I-Jy.
WATCHES & JEWELRY!!
Or the Richest nad MortFahIoa
Offered at Retail at Wholesale Prices!!
THE HUBBARD BROS., No. 65 & 67 Nas
sead Street, Nrw York, Manufacturers
and Importers of all the Leading, Rich and
most popular 8tylesaf WATCHES and JEW
ELRY, being determined upon increasing
their Business to an unlimited extent, offer the
following elegant Ornaments at the unsurpassed
Low Prices following:
MAGNETIC TIME OBSERVER, being a
Hunting and open face, or Lady's or Gentle
man's Watch in one; the prettiest, most con
venient and cheapest Watch in the World.
Immitation of gold; effected by a patent pro
cess, which renders the appearance of gold
perfect, while it does not cost one-third as
much. Price only $33. Retails at from $100
HUNTING COMPOSITION CASED LE
VERS, English manufacture Movement; cap
ped and full jeweled; has sunk seconds and
the newest improvements. Heavy cased and
good immitation gold. Price only $18. Retails
at from $50 to $100.
HUNTING COMPOSITION CASED AR
MY WATCH. Richly engraved.jeweled and
fancy works. Unsurpassed for Sutlers Traders,
etc. Price $15. Retails at from $40 to $100.
A great variety of other Watches, at low
LADIES' SETTS of Brooch and Ear Drops
to correspond. Imitation Cluster Diamond, a
very rich pattern, and entirely new. Price $4.
Coral and Bead entwined, a very neat and
pretty ornament, handsomely mounted, $3 35.
GENTLEMAN'S VEST CHAINS. Par
isien, an elegant pattern, oaly $4. The Demo
niac, very heavy, $5.
RINGS. Plain, only 75c. Scroll, very hea
vy $1. Chased, a neat pattern, $1. Seal
Signet, $2. Imitation Dirmond, $3.
SLEEVE BUTTONS. Patent, Chased or
Enameled, anew and very handsome pattern,
$3 50. Double, chasedxr with stones $1 50.
BOSO .1 STUDS. A variety of new and
fashionable designs, per sett, $1 50.
BOSOM AND SCARF PINS. Leaf, with
Opal and Fancy Stones, $3. Imitation Dia
mond, $1 50.
LOCKETS. Double Glass, richly engraved
Persons wishing any of the above, have on
ly to remit the price in a registered letter to
our address, and the articles will be sent free
of expense, by return mail
O Orders to the amount of twelve dollars
and upwards will be sent by express to any of
the loyal States, with bill payable to the Ex
press Company, when the goods are delivered.
Agents, Sutlers and Country Merchants
throughout the country, who wish to make
money rapidly, will do well to obtain our mam
moth catalogue; we furnish the most saleable
outfit at prices unsurpassed by any other con
cern. Address HUBBARD BROS.
No. OS & 67 Nassau, near John St.,
Feb 26-'G3 3m New York City.
PROPOSALS FOR BUILDING
A PART OF THE
SEALED PROPOSALS for the erection of
a portion of the State Penitentiary Build
ing, may be deposited with the Fecretaryof
State, at his office, in Topeka, till Thursday.
the third day of September next, at 10 o'clock
A. M., of that day, when the Directors will
meet at said office of tbe Secretary of State,
and open the bids and let the contract to the
lowest responsible bidder. Separate bids will
be received for the stone and wood wore. The
workinjr of the prisoners is to be taken into
account by the contractors. Plans and specifi
cations for the proposed building are now on
file, for examination, at the office of E.T. Carr,
S. S. LUDLUM,
Directors of State Penitentiary.
The time for rcoeiving Proposals for Build-
incr a portion of the State Pcnitentiarv. is here
by continued till the THIRTEENTH day of
OCTOBER next, at 10 o'clock A. M., of that
day. WM. DUNLAP,
S. S. LUDLUM, Directors.
September 17, 1863-lw.
I HAVE just received a fine
lot of Harvey Rav's Burlinjr-
ton Plows, one of the best patterns of Flows in
use in the West, which will be sold very cheap,
for Cash. Farmers, come and see.
S. L. JENNINGS.
White Cloud, April 4, 186I-tf.
MME. DEMOREST'S MIRROR OF
FASHIONS. The largest.best and most
reliable Fashion Magaxine in the world. Con
tains the largest and finest Fashion plates, the
greatest number of fine Engravings, the latest
ana most rename intormation, three full sized
Patterns for Dresses, and a sheet of new Braid
work and Embrodering Patterns. Every Moth
er, Dressmaker, Milliner and Lady should have
it. Published Quarterly, at 473 Broadway.
New York; sold everywhere or sent by mail at
zo cents, x einy 51 , with a valuable premium
The Summer number now ready.
ITS LoVES AND hates, sorrows and an
gers, hopes and fears, regrets and joysi
MANHOOD, how lost, how restored ; the
nature, treatment and radical cure of Sper
matorrhoea or seminal weakness; involuntary
emissions, sexual debility and impediments to
marriage generally; nervousness, consumption,
fits, mental and physical incapacity, resulting
from SELF ABUSE are fully explained in the
JIAKKIAUIS UU1UK by WM. YOUNG, M.
D. This extraordinary book should be in the
hands of every young person contemplating
marriage, and every man who desires to limit
the number of their offspring to their circum
stances. Every pain, disease and ache inciden
tal to yontb, maturity and old age, is fully ex
plained ; every particle of knowledge that should
be known is here given. It is full of engravings.
in factit discloses secrets that everyone should
know; still it is a boot mat must be locked up.
and not lie about the house. It will be tent to
any one on the receipt of twenty-Sre cents in,
specie or postage stamps. Addres, DR. WM
YOUNG, No. 416 SPRUCE Street, above
Kr AFFLICTED AND UNFORTUNATE,
no matter what may be yourdisease, before you
place yourself under the care of any of the no
torious Quaeki native or foreign who adver
tise in this or any other paper, get a copy of Dr.
Young's book, and read it carefully, ft will bo
the means of saving you many a dollar, your
health and possibly your life.
DR. YOUNG can be consulted on any of the
dseases described in his publication, at his of
fice. No. 416 SPRUCE Street, above Fourth,
Office hours from 9 to 3, daily.
June M ttt-ly.
THBESHEBS, ASD KACHI9XBY.
T HAVE received, on commission, a'larvc
X. number of Prairie Plows, of the best de
scription, which will be sold cheap, for cash, or
exenangea lor approved property or produce.
I have also received the Agency for McCor
mick's celebrated Reapers, and will supply t
order any number, of the latest improved pat
ems, on reasonable terms. Also, Threshers
nd Mill and Steam Machinery of every dt
scription. J. H. UTT.
White Cloud , April 11,1 R61-tf.
THE subscriber hasjnstcompleted hi Shia
ele Machine, and is now manufaetnrin
Cottonwood and Walnut Shingles, the best that
can be had in the market. Order for u
quantity filled on the shortest notice, if not oa
band, at tbe most reasonable prices.
I may be found at White Cloud, just below
Partridge & Co.' Saw Mill.
JAMES F. CLEMENSEN-
GODEY'S LADY'S BOOK
f "FOV 1868.
GREAT LITEKaBY AND PICTORIAL YIA1
The publisherof Godey's Lad'y Book.thanV
ful to that public which has enab ed bim to pub
lish a Magaxine for the last lAirf jr-tlrie years
of a larger circulation than any in America
has made an arrangement with the most popu
lar authoressin tins country
Author of "Alone," "Hidden Pat,m "Mtm
Side," "Ncmetit," and "JKiriam -
who will famish a story for every number of
the Lady' Book for 1863. This alone will
place the Lady's Book in a literary point of
riew far ahead of any other magaxine. Ma
tion Harland writes for no other publication.
Our other favorite writers will ail conunae m
furnish article throughout the year.
Lady's Magasine in the World 4 the
Is of that kind that can b read aloe In tfte
family circle, and the clergy in Immense nso-
bers are subscribers ror mis book.
Is all orlrinal, and would cost 23 cents (tbeprtea
of the Book) in tnusie stores; but most of it Is
copyrighted, and cannot be obtained except la
OUR STEEL ENORAVINOS.
All efforts to rival n In this have ceased, and
we may stand alone in this department, giving
as we do, many more and Infinitely better ea
graving than are published In any othet work.
Immense Double Sheet Fashloft-Platee.
From Jit to sestn fall length Colored Fatlkm
on tacit plat. Vtair maganne git nly has.
Far Ahead of any Fashions In Earon
Godey I the only work In the world that
gives these immense plates, and they are such
as to have excited the wonder of publisher and
the public. The publication of these plate eeets
than Fashion-plates of the old style, and noth
ing but our wonderfully Iarre circulation ena
bles us to give them. Other Magasine cannot
afford it. We never spare money when the
public can be benefitted.
These fashions may be relied on. Urease
mav be made after them, and the wearer will
not subject herself to ridicule, as would be the
case if she visited the large cities dressed after
the style or the plates given In oa of oar at
called fashion magaxines.
OUR WOOD EHGRAV1NOB,
ef which we rive twice or three time a many
as any other magaxine, are often mistaken for
steel, lney are so far superior to any ethtrs.
Beware of them. Remember that the Lady
Book is the original and the cheapest. If yoi
take Godey, you want no other magasine.
Everything that is useful or ornamental la a
house can be found in Godey.
No other magazines gives them, and we have
given enough to fill several large volume.
are such as ean be found nowhere else. Cook
ing in all its variety Confectionry the Nur
sery the Toilet the Laundry the Kitchen,
Receipts upon all subjects are to be found la
the pages of the Lady's Book. We originally
started this department, and have peculiar fa.
cilities for making it most perfect. This de
partment alone is worth tho price of the Book,
LADIES' WORK TABLE.
This department comprises engraving and
descriptions of eiery article that a lady wean
No othermagaxine has this department,
TERMS, CASH IN ADVANOB.
One copy one year, $3. Two copies on year
$5. Three copies one year, $6. Four oopiee
one year, $7.
Five copies one year, and an extra copy to
the person sending the club, $10.
Eight copies one year, and an extra copy to
the person sending the club, $15.
Eleven copies one year, and an extra copy to
the person sending the club, $30.
And the only magazine that can be introduced
into the above clubs in place of the Lady's
Book is Arthur's Home Magaxine.
srrciAL cluibiko with othie uuuzitim.
Godey's Lady's Book and Arthur's Home
Magazine both sent one year for $3 50.
Godey's Lady's Book and Harper's Magasine
both one year for $4 50.
Godey, Harper, and Arthur will all three be
sent one year, on receipt of $6 00.
Treasury Notes and Notes of all wires
banks taken at par.
Be careful and pay the postage on your lettet.
Address L. A. GODEY.
333 Chestnut trcct, Philadelphia, Pa.
THE undersigned has just opened, at Beck
ett's old stand, in Whit Cloud, a new
Family & Miscellancois Groceries
COFFEE, SUGAR, TEA,
NUTS, CANDIES, AC,
Which he will sell at the lowest living price.
for Cash. He intend fkeeping np his stock,
and to be at all times orenared to aecoramadit
his customer. The public are solicited to rive
him a call. MILTON UTT.
White Cloud, April If, 1863-6m.
The National Claim -Agency,"
HARVEY, COLLIHS, BRACI,
GoreriHeat Ageats ail AtUneji,
476 Sevtnth Street, Wett,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
CLAIMS presented and prosecuted, before
Congress, Court of Claims, and the De
Crtments. Patents, Pension and Bounty
General Basines Transacted.
FRID.L. HARVEY, I JOHN F. COLLATl,
or wasmtoToa errr. I o m toix.
JULIUS BRACE, IRA J. LAOOCf,
o OTetft'ATi, oam I or atAVanu. Kaaaaa.
Woollen Factory 1
BeaeTeJ, IaproTel, aid IilarftjfJ
S would reepectlUly p to
v v former natrons . that havior r aAtaad
establishment and added more aehiaery. ww
mn oeiier aoi wan lormeny 10 asteaa to taeu
we will be prepared to do custom eerelnf
uu spinning, luuing, ayeing, ana areesinf , oa
the most reasonable terms.
We will also be prepared to manufacture Cat
timere, Satinet, Jean, Linsey, Flannel, and
Customer irom a distance ean rely upon be
ing attended to promptly.
We hare removed from our former stand, te
the Steam Mill building in Oregon. Come,
every one, and we will fall, oard or bny yoor
wool, for which we will DavthafciirliMtmart.i
price, in Cash.
SAMUEL WATSON Ic 80NI.
jvoi m., pni 1
A IidepeBdeit Dally, Seal-Weekly
aid Weekly Newspaper.
THE DAILY WORLD.
Terms per asuura, Six dollars; four copies to
one address, Tvrenty Dollars. To Clergymen,
Five Dollars per annum. For a club of ten
copies an extra copy will be sent.
THE SEMI-WEEKLY WORLD.
Three Dollar per annum, two copies to one
address. Five Dollars; five copies to one ad
dress, Eleven Dollars. To Clergymen, Two
Dollars per year. Single copies, three cent.
Published Tuesdays and Fridays.
Ten copies, Twenty Dollars.
For a club of ten copies, an extra copy will
be sent for one year.
For a club of twenty copies, a copy of the
Daily for one year.
For a club of fifty copies, the Daily, Weekly
add Semi-Weekly will be sent for one year.
THE WEEKLY WORLD.
Price Two Dollars a year; four copies to one
address, Five Dollars; twenty copies, Twenty
Dollars. Clergymen can receive the Weekly,
single copy, at One Dollar a year. Single cop
ies. Fire Cents. Published on Thursdays.
For a club often copies, an extra copy will
be sent for one year,
For a club of twenty copies, the Semi-Weekly
will be sent for one year.
For a club of fifty copies, the Dally will be
sent for one year.
For a club of one hundred copies, the Daily,
Weekly and Semi-Weekly will be sent for one
Remittances for the World may be made by
drafts, treasury notes, or bank bills of specie
paying banks, and where the attention of the
postmaster is called to the remittance at the
time of mailing the letter, it may be made at
Specimen numbers sent to any address upon
Address . THE WORLD.
No. 35, Park Row, New York.
QUARTERLY MIRROR OF FASHIONS,
With great improvements and additions.
THE SCMKIE NUMSia CONTAINS
Four Large andSpIendid Fashion Plates,
Thre Full Sized Pattern of Drette,
Nrw French Waist, an Elegant lleeve, and
a Miss's Sack,
And a sheet of new and boantifnl
Braid and Embroidering Patterns,
Together with nearly 100 Engravings of all
tne novelties ror
Summer B nnets, Cloak, Trimming, Chil
dren's Dresses, Etc.,
And valuable information to Milliners, Dress
Makers, Mothers and Ladies generally, presen
ting the largest and best Fashion Magazine in
the World, published at 473 Broadway, and sold
everywhere at 25 Cts., or sent by mail post free
on tne receipt ot tne amount in stamps or)1:
ver. Yearly $1, with the following valuable
Each yearly subscriber will be entitled to a
receipt for the selection of 50 Cts., worth of
plain patterns, from tne designs in tne book or
Irom tbe snow room, or they may be ordered
and sent by mail any time during the Year by
paying the postage.
Splendid Inducements to Canvassers.
SUMMER NO. NOW READY.
" PfiOSPECTUS FOR 1863.
NOW IS THE TIME TO SUBSCRIBE.
There is a great deal of talk among our co
temporaries about the "great rise in the price
of paper," and the necessity for a corresponding
rise in the price of newspapers. We do not
agree with our friends as to the last proposition.
It Is true that paper has gone up frightfully
fifty per cent, at least, and is "still on its way
up." But what of thatl Publishers have for
years had a good time with low-priced paper,
and made large profits; and now that times have
changed they should pay the enhanced price for
paper without whining, and without attempting
to get it back outof their subscribers. The in
crease in the price of paper will make a differ
ence of tens of thousands of dollars to ns year
ly; but we shall not increase tbe prico of tbe
LtoGEx. That will remain as it is. We can af
ford it. The retail price will continue to be four
cents; and our club terms will remain as they
always have been. Onr subscribers have stock
to us when paper was cheap; and we do not in
tend to increase our rates to them now'when it
is dear. "It is a poor rule that won't work both
All ourold contributors have been re-engaged
for the ensuing year; our corp will be solarge,
and will embrace such a variety of eminent
talent, that every department of literature will
receive the particular attention of some one
competent to do it ample and special justice.
In fact, our contributors will send vs from week
to week much more matter than we can possi
bly use, so that wc shall always have a fresh and
superabundant supply from which to select rat
The Lxnota's great success Is owing to the
fact that we spare no expense in getting up the
best family rAM a paper of high moral tone.
The exalted reputation of its contributors, the
practical and invariably pure and healthy char
acter of all its articles, the care which is taken
that not even one offensive word shall annear in
its columns, and the superiority of its Tales and
Sketches, have gained for the Nw Yoar Lrn-
ora a position that no literary paper has eerl
The following are tho names of some of our
leadinc contributors for the new year 1863.
What other paper ever presented such an array
ui uuunguisuea anu popular names:
Hon. Edward Everett, Rev. John S. C. Ab
bott, William Cullen Bryant, John G. Saxe,
George P. Morris, N. P. Willis, George D.
Prentice, SylvanusCobb, Jr., Emerson Bennett,
Illion Constellano, F. A. Durirage, William
Ross WallaceJT. S. Arthur, P. Hamilton Myers,
Col. Walter B- Dunlap, Mrs. Sigourney, Mrs.
Southworth, Fanny Fern, Anna Cora Ritchie,
mice nary, inary rorresi, miss n. A. Uupny,
Mary Sanlev Gibson. Caroline Cheiehra. F.ttial
Lynn, Mrs. Eeteile Anna Lewis, Amy Eandolph,
and many clergymen, professors in colleges,
statesmen, and other eminent writers reaidinv in
different part of the Union.
Single copies, $2 per annum; two copies, $3;
four copies, 6; eight copies, $13. Postmas
ters and others who get up clubs can afterwards
add single copies at $1,50. The party who
sends us $13 for a club of eight copies, (all sent
at one time,) will be entitled to a copy free.
Terr invarhly in advance. No stibscffption
taken tor r less period than one year. Canada
subscribers must send twenty-six eent in addi
tion to the subeeriotion. to oav the Aneriemn
f-potagr which la half a eent a copy on every
piper, i m a oi aii specie-paying oanits ta
ken at par. When a draft or check can be con
veniently eent it will be preferred, it will prevent
the possibility of tbe lea of money by stall.
07 We earolov ne trTllinr, rnt. kA.
dress all cqmmunieatioM to
HUBERT BONNER, Publisher,
No.,40 Park. Row, New York.
TV 8EA8ES OF THE NERVOUS, 8EM-
ZTau iKl AJfU SEXUAL
SYSTEMS flew and reliable treatment in
BeporU of the HOWARD.A8S0CIATJ0N
bent by mail in sealed letter envelopes, free of
cnarge. Adarese, Dr. J. SKILUN HOUGH
TON, Howard AssodaUon,No.2, South Ninth
Street, Philadelphia, Pa. ' fmh 12 1863 ly
The CHEAPEST JEWELS? HOUSE ifl the World
4,318 Pucn or Aasorrxn Jswxxsr.roa $50.
A COMPLETE List of Fine .Gold, Plated
and Orida Jewelrr. acet free Addreaa
J. A. SALISBURY; AeawT.
Feb M-'-4w J Faon ea, & I-
Most be Preserved!
A CRISIS is upon thelcountry, and it Is the
duty of every patriot to direct his efforts
toward averting the impending calamity. To
this end, two things are essentially necessary,
to wit: the most rigid economy, and a regard
for the welfare and best interests of every cit
izen. Determined to do bis part in tne good
work, to the utmost of his power,
SAMUEL L. JENNINGS
has replenished his stock of
JJats and Caps,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY,
Firiitire aid Matrasses,
Flour and Meal,
Whiskey and other Choice Liquors,
AND EVERYTHING USUALLY KEPT
IfT VARIETY STORES!
All of which trill be sold
CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST!
White Cloud, January 17, 1861-tf.
THE MAGAZINE FOB TIE TIMES!
The Beit and Cheapest in the World
This popular Monthly Msgariae will be
greatly improved for 1863. It will contain
One Thousand Pages of Beading!
Fourteen. Splendid Steel Plates !
Twelve Colored Fashion Plates !
Twelve Colored Berlin Work Patterns !
nine Hundred Wood Cats !
Twenty-Four Pages of Music !
AH this will be given for TWO DOLLARS
a year, or a dollar less than Magaxines of the
class of "Peterson." Its
Thrilling Tales and NoTelettes
Are the best published anywhere. All the
moit popular writer are employed to write origi
nally for "Petenon." In 1863, in addition to
its usual quantity of shorter stories, FOUR
ORIGINAL COPYRIGHT NOVELETTES
will be given, by Ann S. Stephens, L. C.
Moulton, Frank Lee Benedict, and the Author
of "The Murder in the Gleen Ross." It also
Fashions Ahead of all Others,
Each number, in addition to the colored plate,
gives Bonnets, Cioaks and Dresses engraved on
wood. Also a pattern, from which a Dress
Mantilla, or Child's Dress, can be cut out, with
out the aid of a mantua maker. Also several
pages of Household and other Receipts.
It is the best Lady's Magazine in the World.
TRY IT FOR ONE YEAR.
TERMS ALWAYS IN ADVANCE.
One Copy, One Year, $2 00
Tliree Copies, for One Year, 5 00
Five Copies, for One Year, 7 50
Eight Copies, for One Year, 10 00
Sixteen Copies, for One Year, 20 00
Premiums for Getting np Clnbs:
Three, Five, Eight or more copies make a
club. To .every person getting up a club of
Three, Five, Eight or Twelve copies, an extra
copy of the Magaxine for 1863 will be rivpn.
u. uui ucuuuiu iur iramiog, "uunyan rartinc
..UU. uu xiuuu Kuuu in rnson. to erprr
person cettinc ud a club of Sixteen . twn nf ciiK
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Scrofula, or King's Evil
Is a constitutional disease, a com' t
blood, by which this fluid bSrcf t
weak, and poor. Being in the cunH
pervades the whole body, and marll a
m disease on any part of it. x0 "' ""St
from its attacks, nor is there one wl.fi? !'tf
not destroy. The scrofulous taint n"8!
caused by mercurial disease low t noa,-j
ordered or unhealthy f00d, 'impure'?''
and filthy habits, the depreine y.r'
above-nil, by the venereal inlL i,
ever be iU origin, it is hereditary m"rt la:
stitution, descending" from parent t.,,T
unto the third and fourth wneraticm '"?rei
it rms to be .the rod of. 11 H
ttUI visit the iniquities of lie n.
their children." UU,M "2
Its effects commence by dopo.Hon f
blood of corrupt or ulcerous mat'rr wT
the lungs liver, and internal on-.',',' -tubercle
in the glands, smlC. !
the surface, eruptions or sores. Th- i
rnption, which goiders in the Mood 'dhN
the energies of life, so that scrofuWS T Vl
tions not only suffer from scrofaW """"
plaints, but they have far less pown :21'
stand the attacks of other cLtJI. u1-'
quently vast numbers pcrkh br J-"?'
which, althoush not scrofulcw in !, T '
are still rendered fatal by thh taH
system. Most of the consnmpnoa 5 !f
cimatcs the human umilv has i: oraiu dv ""
in this scrofulous contamination; "and C-T
destructive diseases of the liver, kidney, fof
and, indeed, of all the organ, arue'fcoa
are aggravated by the same cause. M
One quarter of all our people are $croful
their persons arc invaded hvumw.
lection, and their health is undermine jjS
To cleanse it from the system wc rant rtn. ,
the blood, by an alterative medicine, aa.
Tigornie ic Dy jicaimy lood and
ouui a medicine we supply in
Compound Extract of Sarsaparilb.
the mot effectual remedy which the nmLu
skill of our tunes can deic for this
w here prevailing and fatal maladv. It t, co"
bincd from the most active Temeitals ihat VjT
been discovered fortheetpurgat.onof thu f ,j.
disorder from the blood, nnd lhe rescue of u
system from its destructive concqucnct,
Hence it should be employed for Ire cur
not only. Scrofula, hut nlso'tl.o-e other aj."
tions -which nrise from it, nchas TRrrrrt
and Skix Diseases, St. Antiiom's 11m.
Hose, or EiiTMrxus Tuirir, l'tsruti
andSu-x Rheix, Scn.r Head, Kingdom,
ItiiEOi vmxt, Strmi itic and Mekci uialI) !
xases. Ditopvr, J)rsrx?iA, DmiLnr, aU,
indeed, all Cosh-la ints akimsh rsoM Vim.
ted ok IsrrotE Broon. ITie popular Kljf
in ' iMpurilif of the blood " is foundid m trmk,
for scrofula is n degeneration of the Mood. Th
particular purpo-e and virtue of this Sara.
rilln i to pnnfy nnd regenerate this vital Hati,
without which sound htalth is iBipojs,Ue in
TOR THE SPEED! CCRE Or
Intermittent Fever, or Frvtr unit Irtii,
Remittent Fever, Chill Kevrr, Dumb
Ague, Periodical Hemlm-lie, or Ullloni
Ilcnilaehe, nnd Dillnne FeTtri, I mire J
for the whole cl. of fllariorinrlgliiit
ing In blllnry leranjreinenl, ranted hj
the Malaria ofSIlatiuatic tonntrlei.
We are enabled here to offer thr commntitj
remedy which, while it cures the above comfhzt,
with certainty, is still vt rfcctly harmltM in ,
quantity. Such a remedy is invaluable in dStnru
where these afflicting disorders jtcv.iL T.-j
Ccke" expels the miasmatic poionof Fetik
asd Aoi'E from the system, and pretest, tl en
velopment of the disease, if taken on the w ij
proach of its premonitory symptoms. Iturrtw',
the best remedy crcr yet discovered fur this uu
of complaints but also the cheapest. 'He Ira
quantity we supply for a dollar tnncs it Tfi!L.nt!t
reach of ev cry body ; and in bilious distrirti, lr-
Fever asd Ague prevails every bodr thoid
have it and use it freely both for cure sni protec
tion. A great superiority of this remedy oirr t t
other ever discovered for the speedy and rer
care of Intrrmittents is that it contains no Qiaxt
or mineral, consequently it produces no quicTf
other injurious cflccts whatever nron the corsU
tion. Ihose cured by it arc left as healthjnJ
they had never had the disease.
revcr and Ague is not alone the con'Mjnerre t
the miasmatic poison. A great variety f it '
ders erise from its irritation, amonc which in
JNVurnoyicr, lihtuviatiim, Gout, lt-adatlt. Bind
nets, Toothache, Earnche, Cntiiirh, Aitlma, Pal
pitation, Painful Affectum of the Spleen, llpin
ki, rain m the BowcU, Colic, I'aralyiu and i
rangement of the Stomach, all of vthieh, vrhea
originating in this cause, put on the intermitln!
type, or become periodical. Ihis "CikE" rirl
the poison from the Hood, and consentient! eurr,
them all alike. It is an invaluable protection
immigrants and persons travelling or temporanir
residing in the malarious (Ljtncts If taken oca
sionally or djily while- exposed to the infet'i"-.
that will be excreted from the ijte m, and cannot
accumulate in su&cicnt quantity to ripen into i y
ease. Hence it is. even niore valuable fur protec
tion than cure, and few will ever surfer from Inttr
mrtterrts if tbey avail themselves of the protectica
this remedy atfbrdf.
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LLOYD'S NEW STEEL PLJTE COUNT
COLORED MAP OF THE UNiTED
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18G2; cost 20,000.to engrave it and one Tf"'
Superior to any $10 map ever made bj Col
ton or Mitchell and sells at the low prite of it
ty cents; 370,000 names are engraved on thu
It is not only a County Map, but it is lw
COUNTY AND RAILROAD MAP
of the United States and Canadas combined ir
EVERY RAILROAD STATION
and distances between.
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day, and will take back all maps that cannot
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send for $1 world to try.
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ntnhprl 11 nnp iffffnla.
Wanted. Wholesale Agents for onr Maps
in ttvn-r St-ito. f!.lifnrI. Canada. EnrilWl,
f and CubaJ. A" fortune aay be made with a ft
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The WarDepartment uses our Map of Vir
ginia, Maryland and Pennsylvania, cost Jiw.-000-,
on which is marked Antietam Cretr.
Sbarpsburg, Maryland Heights, Will'issu?
Ferry-, RhorersvUle, Poland's Ford, and ererj
other place in Maryland, Virginia and PeaBiJi
vania, or money refunded.
T T twTa
TOPOGRAPHICAL MAP OF KENTIJCET,.
OHIO, INDIANA, and ILLlKUi-
Is the only authority for Gen. Bnell wa w
WarDepartment. Money refunded to any ow
finding an error in it.
(From the Tribune, Aug. 2.)
- "LLOYD'S MAP OF VIBGINIA.MAB.T
LAND AND PENNSYLVANUTb.iP
t rerj large; IU cost but 25 cents, and tt u
6eaf mkieh can he purthated," ..
LLOYD'S GREAT MAP OF THE 35:
SISSIPPI RIVER. From Actual SarrenlBT,
Capts. Bart and Wm. Bowen, Mississ'PP.1 "'
Pit.,3 r c T-:. tsn .ttnwi every B3 "
plantation and owners name from St. Lou J
the Gulf of Mexico-1,350 miles-erery saw
mllesbaek from tbe rivers-colored in Com
ties and States. Price-$1 in sheets, $2 po"
form, and $2,50 on linen, with rollers. eso'
September 80. ,
Natt DCTAtTKEtT Washington,
September 17. 1862 .J
the Mississippi River, with price "per hnndrea
copies. Reir-Admiral Charles H..DaTtf,w
aanding tbe Mississippi bquaoron.w - 0r
to purchase as many as are required for bm
that squadron. , . v.
GIDEON WELLES, See'y. of the "
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