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refeneudBoy. Wear, and
rr deicriptioa- A large and wall sdeo-"
,d Of T
OF ALL KINDS,
HOODS AID LADHS' HATS,
Joal QH & LwnP
of. cao. .
A Good Aiortinent of
Tnm the best Mannfscturers. "We Invite
(ipKt'il mention to our large stock of
; SHOES, &G1I1S1
i, Cilf, ind Praneli Balmorals,
fcrge and Kid Congrcsa Gailen,
Men and Boys'
Cilf, Kip. and Thick Boots & Shoes,
Wiea1, Men's aad Children's Shoes
Of F.very Description, i
B'llcyii'S thit our etnek will compare favor
&i wiili say in this section of the country, we
famt tlie puMic generally Vi cull and exsraine.
ItlnMt (o jioic Gvods.
We will ell the nbovc fitock chenp, for
CASH, r iu "change for HEMP,
WHEAT, OATS, FLAX SEED,
RYE, HIDES, WOOL, BEES
Fsrjonj liriag in Mis'oari, tradinc with
v irtSn'iileraMc amount, will be FERRIED
hes or CHAKfiE.
CiiARLES W. HOTBel
ffUts OIouJ, April 30, ie63.
FORMERLY T0PEK1 HOUSE,
.K.Cnr. Kansas Avenoe and Fifth St.
'pHia well-known Topeka House" is now
thoroughly reuovattd, and has been re
r2td under the auspices of
E. C. Z. GAKTET,
wbo Inters himself that the fact is a sufficient
rnntte to the Kansas Public that all the
Cfort and Conveniences of a FIRST
CUSS HOTEL wiU be forthcoming. The
worn ire large and well furnished and conva
' ct The HOUSE is immediately in front
" CiPITOL BUILDINGS, on Kansas
lad if more it required, w sticht add.'thk
0CE is the
' S'pitol ofour next President,
cElFJUi. JAMES HENRT LAHMt
lv'H,Ki.l,.rJ.. :.. ,L.. TJI1 .IT..
i..i. ::".-:' 6"--. - "
0,,p. ""cipuoue auction, at the door of
- . nou. in Hiawatha, Brown County.
u i, "Vhe 10t! lJ of October, A- D. 1863,
tjje? Mof Id dT tha ftl
e iVL, w,t: Th south-east quarter and
Bvj.n v . Hnw oi section no. a, in
wJ; rnge sr-l8: "k,D the
5 W , a B"berlin, n an ordar of aal.
Ctrl'." HorStn Oabom,,itMed from the
l-. .'? -ce f tbe District Court of tha said
f.a(&MtvdtolM diree,ed M S"'"
.A D.18I3. I. 8. HOOTBB, -
Bheriffof Brown County, Eanaaa.
tJ r M-a'tox, Under Sheriff.
land, Doniphan County, Ejmau.
SM-eWrt!,"6 ' covert is 3
3e, -aTaXl Z T TS Alt TreM' ot
Ctt-fwu Rhnh V0ofllU'cl,mte: also. Grapes;
S?.ad bidet ' " - neH young
Cd. 3. J. EDGMBf.Y VLbrS-"
eV - - .,
Of Ue ! xtmtf abstFasIiIB
..jy, -.j ble,jrattera-
Offercd at Retail at "Wholesale Prices! !
rpHK HUBBARD .BROS., No. 65 & 67 Nas-
1 seao Stxut, Nnr Yossv Manufacturers
and Importers of all tha Leading, Rich and
mostDODuUr Styles af WATCHES and JEW.
ELRY , being- determined upon increasing
their Business to aa wumiteo. extent, oner the
following elegaa Osiutsats at the unsurpassed
. a T . P'na fAllnTti
theoldtDdi J u. B0St jaCNETIC TIME OBSERVER, being a
.a Ti I II. h. T. KDU Min ,AHVW iwv-.fc.
.rr offered in -this Hunting and open face, or Lady't or Gentle
man's Watch in one; the prettiest, mott con
venient' and cheapest 'Watch in the "World,
limitation of gold; effected by a patent pro
cess, which renders tha appearance of gold
perfect, while it does not cost one-third as
much. Price only $33. Retails at faun $100
HUNTING COMPOSITION OASED Lt
TERS, English mannfactnre Movement; cap
ped and full jeweled; has sank seconds and
the newest improremenU. Heavy eased and
good immitalion gold. Pries only $18. Retails
at from $50 to $100.
HUNTING COMPOSITION CASED AR
MY WJATCH. Richly engraved.jeweled and
faney' works. Unsurpassed for Sutlers Traders,
tc. Price $15, Retails at from $40 to $100.
A great' yarTe'tj 'of other Watches, at low
prices. " ''' . ' ,
LADIES' BETTS 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 25.
GENTLEMAN'S" TEST CHAINS. Par
tsien, anIegaht pattern, oaly $4. The Demo
niac very heavy, $5.. ''
fRING-nl"1, only TSc. Scroll, very hea
vy. $1.; .Chased," a neat pattern, $lv leal
Signet," $21. -imitation Dirmond, $3.
SLEEVE BUTTONS. Patent, Chased or
Eaameledj'anew and very handsome pattern,
$2 50. Double, chasedxr with stones $1 50.
BOSO..I STUDS. A. Tariety of new and
fashionable designs, per sett, $1 60.
BOSOM AND SCARF PINS. Leaf, with
Opal and Fancy Stones, $3. Imitation Dia
mond, $L 50.
LOCKETS, Doable Glass, richly engraved
Persons wishing any of the above, hare on
ly to remit the price in a registered letter to
oar address, and the articles will be sent fr.ee
of expense, by return mail
tT 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 delirered.
Aeents,, Sutlers and Country Merchants
throughout the country, who wish to make
mone? rapidly, will do well to obtain our mam
.i. '.,. louet we.furuish the most saleable
outfit at uric 3uusurpassedTy any other con
aero. Address HBBBARD BROS.
No, 5&87 Hassan, nesrjonnai.,
Feb 2fi-'63 3mJ New York City.
Procliasaallozi by the SUcrllT.
l,er 13. i.53.
Taor, DomrHAK CotKCT
TTTUPOP A A A PrnMnmalinrt h99 ll.lSU IS
V T mixl hr the Qovernor oC the Sute' of
Kansas, proclaiming tnat on uie imru ua ui
. .. i-,j c
November next, there snail oc cnosen oy uai
iot, according to the law governing General
Elections, a Chifli Justice of the fuprcme
finnrt nf the Stjte of Kansas, to fill the vacan
cy orcuinncd liv the resicnation of the Hon.
Thomas Ewing, Jr., and to serve for the re
mainder or the uncxpiren term;
And where3, the law provides for the elec
tion ofccrtain County officers, on the first
Tueediy succeeding the first Monday in No
vember; How, therefore, notio i harcby given, that
an election will he held at the several voting
precincts in Doniphan County, on Tuesday, the
third day ol Novenber next, at which the fol
lowing ofiicers are to be elected: A Chief Jus
tice of the Supreme Court of the Suteof Kan
sas, otic Sheriff, three County Commissioner,
one Countv Cletk, one Recorder of Deeds, one
Countv Tre-ixurcr, oii County Surveyor, one
County Aeior, and one Coroner. Alco, a
Keprevtctative in each Representative Dihtrict
in D nii.lnn Omiitv, to it: the 1st, 2d, 3d,
4th. nttil 5th: fowa'Tonnship constituting the
lt District, Wolf River and Burr Oik the X,
Washington- the 3d, Centre and Marion the
4ih, V.'ivne the Stli. Also, a District Attor
ncv for Ihe Second Judicial District, compc!
of the Cnnntic of Atchison, Doniphan, Brown,
Nemaha. Marshall, aud Washington
W. D. BEELBR,
Sheriff of Doniphan County, Kansas.
6ctoler 15. 19SV3w.
tsixX, Strayctl. or eo1n.
ON Sandav evening, October lllh, a sorrel
Mare, belonging to the Widow Speke, li
ving tour mile west of Troy, on tin- Telegraph
Rod. Said Mare has a ery light mine and
nil, blaeed fjee, several saddle mark, scar on
the right thigh, ana one scar uh iurc ni.
Anvoiie finding said. Mare, and letting the
subscriber know of her whereabouts, will be
rewarded for tlia trouble.
LEAH TT. SEBK.
Oct. 15. 1853-1 w
TS LoVES AND hates, sorrows ana an
cers. hopes and fears, regrets ano joys.
MANHOOD, how lost; how restored : tne
n.m treatment and radical cure of Bper-
niatorrhc-a or eminal weakness; involuntary
cmif sions, sexual debiiity and irrpediments to
mirringe'cenerallT; nerrrusness, consumption,
fits, mental and physical incapacity, resulting
fr..m SELF ABUSE are fully explained in the
MARRIAGE GUIDE by Til. YOUNG, M.
D. This extraordinary toos snouia oe iu iud
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, oisemsa auu k'"u-
tal to vouth. maturity ana om age, iijuii ex
plained ; every particle of knowledgethat shouio
be known is nere given. n -- b
in fact it discloses secrets that every one should
knowr still it it a book that must ba looked op.
and not lie about tne nousc. -... " .
any one on the r'eceipt of ?JJ-fiT "n,n;
no matter what may ba yourdiaeaat.beforayou
place yourself under the car of any of the no
L.. . r...i. ntiT or foreien who adver
tise in this or any other paper, get a copy of Dr.
Touugt book, and rtmd UemrtfaDt. Itwillba
the means of saving you many a -.dollar, yous
health and possibly jour life. -
DR. YOUNG can be consulted on anyof the
dseases described in hie publication, at hit or
fice.No.416 SPRUCE Street, aaore Fourth,
Offlce hours from t to 3, daily.
June IS 6-ly
-n: L.i-aMiiir. jjeines and Ma
1 riner-nd Widosn i or other Heirs, of
those who aae Die or eea
ia the Service -
Attmrr-fsr daiaaats, loma
WASHINGTON.CITT, D. C.
PENSIONS procured for Soldiers, Seamen
and Marines of the pretent war, who are
disabled by reason of wonnda received or oit-
1-iA i,;ii in rviee: and renaiont,
Bounty Money and arrears of Fay obtained for
widows ororotherheirsof those who have died
or oeen uuea - - .. , .
fl-.a -Vtlai awt flrTlr,A.
BountnLaadprocurea ior ""-'
thToS.rwlr7P Ck-C. TUCR,
Mr.T,Cl-4C Wtamiagaf .9.6
MME. DEMOMST'8 W 0F,
A8HIOR8--The largsst.bett sind moat
.. .f.r.t.; i...;n in the world. Con-
nuuii rnuwu ?- -.;. i.,.. th
taint thelanrestantt.nnassxMU"'" "-" ---gestnu-brroffiaeEngraTings,
the ) latest
Sdmott reliable infonaaUon.. three lal 1 sised
Pr. . r S .a m fiit of naw Braid-
Patterns ior urvsai, - -v-- -r.,u
" , , r-t..snirPttrna. EverrJtoth-
Me'i York; Mldflvirywhere or tent by mail at
6MAT LTTEILaRT AND PICTORIAL YBa
Tha publisherof GodeyVLad'y Book.thank-
ibi io mat puDiic which has enab ed bin to pb
lish a Magajdne for the last airtv-larM. years
of a larger circulation than any in. America.
has mad an arrangement with the Boat popu
lar authoress in'tlits country
AtiUrmt f "AUm," "Hiditn Pa.".
Sit," irtwmu,m and "MirxM,-
who will fnrnish a story for every' nassber jf
ine lAay-s doox for JWB. TnU alo wiH
place tha Lady's Book in a literary'poiat at
riew far ahead of any othrr magaiint. ' Ma
tion Harland writes for no other pnblieatfoav
Our other favorite writers will all oaatiaae to
faniak articlsa U)rought thajesw. -
l4ya arttviri fn tBa'VorM, sua k
is of that kind that eaa b "read 14 ta :a
family circle, and the elergy In Issmeju
btra are subeeribers for this Book. ''
Is all original, and would costHeenta (the (4t
of the Book) in mosle stores; bat most of It Is
copyrighted, and cannot be obtained axawpt ta
OUR STEEL BiroxAVirros.
, All efforts to rival ua in this have eeasai, am4
wa miy stand alone in this department, giving
as wa ao, many more and infinitely batltr
graving taan are published in aay otfcat
IratiMM Table Sheet Faaaloa-matea.
' i awaranitwa
tram Jit ta asam fall Itugth CaHrtd FutUam
nhpIeU. Other maptttinei gnt enfy aaa.
Far Ahead of any Fahioa ia ICaray
or America. '
Cndty Is the only work in tae warU that
gives these immense pistes, and tbey are such
as to have excited the wonder of publishers and
the public. The publication of these plataa aoatt
than Fashion-plates of the old style, ami notV
ing but our wonderfully large circulation eaa
bles us to give them Other Magaxioei oanaol
afford it. We never spar mossy wkea tha
public can be benefitted. "
These fashions may be reltad oa. Dresses
may be madcjJter them, and tb. wearer will
not subject herself to ridicule, as would be tha
case If she visited the large cities dressad aftat
the style of tha plates given la soma af aa ta
called fashion magazines.
OVJt WOOD BNOKAriHlB,
f which we giro twice or threa times as bum?
as any other magazine, ar often mistaken for
steel. Thtv are so far superior to any etaeca.
Beware of them. Rememberlhat tha Lady's
Book is the original and the cheapest. If yaa
take God y, you want no other magaaiae.
Everything thatJs ineful or ornatsaatal ta a
bouss can be found in Godey.
No other magazines gives them, tad we ha
b-iyan enough to fill several large volume.
are sueh s cn be found nowhere elaa. Oaok
ing in all i. variety Confectionry the Ne
gerj the ToiV1 t,,e. Laundry the Kitehea.
Kcceipts upon an """J. A , iJ '""" a?
the paces of the LaT Book. We originally
started this department. nd have peoaliar &
cilitieg for making it mos. perfect. This de.
partment alone is worth the t-'lee Book.
LADIES' WORK TflJ'E.
This department comprises en'Trn''''
descriptions of ecry article that lady weazs
No other'magazine has this departmaaj.
TERMS, CASH IN ADVANOS. '
One copy one year, 3. Two copies one yeas
$5. Three copies otto rear, (6. Foir oopiaa
one year, $7.
Five copies ore year, and an extra copy to
the person sending the clr.b, $10.
Eight copies one yptr, and an extra copy to
the person sending the club, 15.
Eleven copies one year, and an extra oopy to
the person sending the club, $2(1.
And the only magazine that can be introdncod
into the above clubs in place of tha Lady's
Book is Arthur's Home Magazine.
srrciaL CLuasiMi with otheb moaowzs.
Godey's Lady's Book and Arthur' Hoove
Magazine both sent one jear for S3 50.
Godey's Lady's Book and Harper's Magazine
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 solvesrt
banks taken at par.
Be carelul and pay the postage on your lertec
Address L. A. GODET.
333 Chestnut treet, Philadelphia, Pa.
THE undersigned bai jutt opened, at Beck
ett's old stand, in White Cloud, a ne
Family & Wm dlaueoas Gwceries,
COFFEEj SUGAR, TEA,
NUTS, CANDIES, AC,
much he will sell at the lowest living prlaaa,
for Cash. He intend ikeeping up his stock,
and to be at all times prepared to accommodate
his customer. The public aro solicited to give
him a call. MILTON UTT.
White Cloud, April 1. 1663-nt.
"The National Glaiiii Agenoy,"
HASTXT, COLLINS, BSAG1,
fiTeriaieit Agents aid lllonrtfi,
476 Seventh Street, Wtti.
WASHINGTON. D. C.
.-tT.ATMS nrounted and orosecuted, babra
I rnnimui. Cmat of Claims, and the Da'
nartmenU. Pataote, Pensions and Boaaty
Geaeral Basiaeea Traasaeted.
OF WASHCTO CTTT.
of ensiTi, obio.
JOH1 P. COLLHR,
oa HBW TOBZ.
IRA J. LA0OCX.
April iB, lSt-3w.
ReaeTH, Iaprerrt, art BitarfrtJ
XXTM weuld retpectfelly aiiaoaoaaj to aat
V V former patrons, that having reattad em
ettablitbmeat and added more machiaary, ww
are Better able than formerly to attead to taair
waste. . . ,
We will he prepared to da omrtatnasaataf
andspiaaing, fulling, dyeing, and drearing, aa
the most reasonaaie icrB.
We will also be prepared to manometers Caa
siatere, Satinet, Jeans, Linsey, Plannel, and
Blankets. ,. , .
Customers from a uisunee eaa raiy ? "
ing attended to promptly.
iv. k.v removed from oar former stand, ta
the Steam Mill building in Oregon. Come,
every one, and we will fuU.eard or buy year
wool, for which we will pay the highest market
O i J5lri
1b iB.epeBdeBt-Daily, SeMl-Weeklj
- as4 Weekly Newsparer. i ji
TUE IAII.Y WOULD.
Terms per xcuum, Sir dollars; four copies to
one address, Twenty Dollars. To Clergymen,
Fire Dollars per annum. "For a club of ten
copies an extra copy win be aent.
THE SEMI-WEEKLY WOBLD.
Three -DoUars. per annum, two copies to one
s.ddress. Fire Dollars; five copies to one ad
dress, Eleven Dollars. To Clergymen, Two
Dollars per year. Single comet, Urea cents.
Published Tuesdays ana Fridays.
Ten copies, Twenty Dollars.
For a club often 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, ihe Daily, Weekly
add Semi-Weekly will be sent f jr oae year.
THE WEEKLY WORLD.
Price Two Dollars a yearj four.copies to one
address, Five Dollars) twenty copies, Twenty
Dollars. Clergymen can receive the Weekly,
single copy, at One Dollar a year. Single e?
ies. Fire Cents. Published on Thursdays..
For a club of ten copies, as extra copy will
be sent for one year."
For a clnb of twenty copies, tha Semi-Weekly
will besent for onejear. -,
For a club of fifty copies, the Daily will ba
seat for one year.
For a club of one hundred copies, the Daily,
Weekly and Semi-Weekly will be sent tor one
Remittances for the World mayfeude by
drafts, treasury notes, or bank. bins til specie
paying banks, and where the" attention of the
postmaster it called to the remittance at tha
time of mailing the letter, it may be ssada at
Specimen numbers tent to any address upon
Address THE WORLD.
No. 35, Park Row, New York.
QUAIITEKLY MIBUOR OF FASDI0X3,
With great improvements and addhioas.
thc sonata ntwiu eowrativs
Foar Large nudSplendidFoahion Plates,
Tkut Full Satd Paifenu, Drift;
con rinrtrro TBI
Ktw French Waist, aa ZUgaat lltm, aal
a Miss's lack. .
And a sheet of new awl betntifnl
Braid and Embroidering Pttern,
Together with nearly 100 Engraviaga of all
the novelties for
Summer B mnets, Cloaks, Triamtagt, Chil
dren's Dresses, Its.,
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 soW
everywhere at 25 Cts., or sent by mail poet free
on the receipt of the amount in stamps or it1
rer. Yearly $1, with the following valuable
Each vearlv subscriber will re entitled to a
receipt for the selection of 50 Cts., worth of
plain patterns, from the designs in tne book or
from the snow room, or tbey may be ordered
and sent by mail any time during the Year by
paying thc postage.
Splendid Inducements to Caavaosers.
SUMMER NO. NOWREADY.
PROSPECTUS FOR 1863.
NOW IS THE TIME TO STJESCBIBE.
There is a great deal of tnlk among onr co
tLnporaries about the 'great rise in the price
of iMcr." nnd thcecessityforacorresponding
rjSC 1U - lv ('rice ui ucnopvvn. tv c uu uui
agree vritri ",ur friends as to the last proposition.
It is true tnai ip" "; "; "h iiiguuiuij
6fty per cent, at '"" nd is "still on Its way
up." But what of J"". Publishers have for
tears had a pood. time with low-priced paper,
and made Urgeprofits; ani now that times have
changed they should pay the enhanced price for
piper without whining, and without attempting
to get it back outoftbcirtiibscriber. Them
crease in the price of paper wjll make a differ
ence of tens of thousands of dollars to us year
ly; but we shall not increase the price oftfce
I.rucr.a. That will remain as it is. Wecanaf
fonl it. The retail price will continue to be four
cent?; and our club terms will remain as they
always have been. - Onr subscribers have stuck
to u when paper was cheap; and we do not in
tend to increase our rates to them now'when it
is dear. "It isa poor rule that won't work both
All ourold contributors havebeen re-engaged
for the enduing year; our corps will be so larce,
and will embrace such a variety of eminent
talent, that every department of literature will
receive the. particular attention of some one
competent to aa u am pie ami ppvciai jmw
In fact, our contributors will send ns from week
to week much more matter than we can pcssi
hlv ue. so that we shall alwavB have a fresh and
superabundant supply from which to select thc
The LrocEa's great success is owing to the
fact that we spare no expense in getting up the
best vamilt Tutzx 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 odensire word snail appear in
its columns, aud thc superiority of its Tales and
Sketches, have gained for the'Nsw York Lsn-
cnt a position mat no literary paper nas ever
The following arc the names of some of our
leading contributors for the new year 1663.
What other, paper ever presented such an array
of distinguished and popular names:
Hon. Edward Everett, Rer. John S. C- Ab
bott, William Cullen Bryant, John G. Saxe,
George P. Morris, N. P. Willis, George D.
Prentice, SylvacusCobb, Jr., Emerson Bennett,
Illion Constellano, F. A. Durivage, William
Ross Wallace, T. S. Arthur, P. Hamilton Myers,
Col. Walter B. Dunlap, Mrs. Sigoumer. Mrs.
Southwortb, Fanny Fern, Anna Cora. Ritchie,
Alice Cary, Mary Forrest, Miss E. A. Dupuy,
Mary Sanley Gibson, Caroline Chesebro, Ethel
Lynn, Mrs. Estelle Anna Lewis, Amy Randolph,
and many clergymen, professors in colleges,
statesmen, and other eminent writers residing in
different parts of the Union.
Single copies, $2 per annum; two copies, J3;
four copies, 6; eight copies, $12. Postmas
ters and others who get up dubs can afterwards
add single copies at $1.50. The party who
sends us $13 for a clnb of eight copies, (all sent
at one time,) will be entitled to a copy fret.
Terms invariably in advance. No subscription
taken for a less period than one year. Canada
subscribers must send twenty-six cents in addi
tion to the subscription, to pay the American
postage, which it half a cent a copy on every
naner. The notes of all specie-paying banks ta
ken at par. When a draft or check can be con
veniently sent it will be preferred, it will prevent
the possibility of the lots of money by mail.
lET We employ no travelling agents. An
dreas all communications to
ROBERT BONNER, Publisher,
No. 40 Park Row, New York.
DISEASES OF THE NERVOUS, SEM
INAL, URINARY AND SEXUAL
SYSTEMS new and. reliable treatment- in
ttonnrta of the HOWARD ASSOCIATION
Sent by mail in sealed letter envelopes, free of
charge- Address, ir-J- snauuixt uuuun-
TON, Howard Association, no. 2, soutn Xvintn
Street, Philadelphia, Pa. f mh 12 1 863 ly
The CHEAPEST JEWELRY H00SE in the World
4,318 Pisces op Assobtxp JEwtxsrjrox $50.
A COMPLETE List of Fine GoM, Plated
Jflust be Preserved!
A CRISIS is upon the'eountry, and it la the
doty of every patriot to direct hit efforts
toward averting the impending calamity. To
vuim cuui no tilings are essenuaiij hccosvti
to wit: the most rigid economy, and a regard
for the welfare and best interests ef every cit
izen, ueterauned to do bit part in tne geod
work, to the uttnoit of his power,
SAMUEL L. JENNINGS
has replenishod his stock ef
- Hats and Caps,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY,
Varnltare and Matrasses,
Flonr and Meal,
Whiskey aid other Choice Liqnors,
AND EVERYTHING USUALLY KEPT
IN TARIETY STORES!
All of which will be sold
CHEAP A3 THE CHEAPEST!
White Cloud, January 17, 1661-tt
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The Number fir January, 1663, Br$ini the
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" -J. - -
Scrofula, or King's Evil,
is a curuututional Ksca.-c, a corruption of tha
blood, by which this fluid becomes -vitiated,
wiak, and poor. Brim; in the circulation, ir
pervades the whole body, and may bum"fiat
m disease on any part of it. No orgun i &e,
,from its attacks, nor is there' ono which it niay
not destroy. The scrofulou tiiut i variously
caused by mercurial (ti.-er.je, lo.r living, il i
ordiml or unhealthy food, impure rir, ftlth
anil filthy luiVits, the depreasinsr vices, and,
aliovc a!'" by the venereal infection. What
ever be its. iy"-!t '' hereditary in the con
stitution, dtcei.l.ng " from parent tr clililrrn
tin to the tldrd and frurth guuratkm ; " indeeil."
it seems to be the rod it Huu '''J m.t"j -"
will visit the iiiinuitiea o U. futV.-rs uponT
Its effects commtneo by deiiotitiun from tho
blood of corrupt orulocrous mntUr, whiLh,'in,
the lung, liver, nnd internal orjrn, i trniil
tuhcrcUi; in the gland-, svrelhiii;-: anil oa
thc surf-tee; eruptions or sores. 'I hi- fuul cor
ruption, which genders in the blood, dipr.-tses
Cic energies of life, so that scrofulous constitu
tion .not only suffer from scrofulous coru
plainti, but they have fir Je poer to with-
stiind the attacks of otlier tlicac.s; come
quently vaat jiinnbcrs perish by disorders
which, although i:ut, scrofulous irftLeir nature,
are still rcndirtd fital by tliis taint in tha
sysKm. Most of the consumption wiiieh de
unjtts the bunion family Ins it origin drrectly
m this scrofulous ciintamination if jrad-many
L.trurtive di-eas of the liver, kidneys.-brain,
sad, indeed, of all the orgnns, arise from or
are aravaled by thc same cnuje.
One ijaarter of ull our people are scrofulous ;
their persons arc invaded by this lurking in-s-ction,
nnd their health is undermined by it..
To cleanse it from the system wc mun renovate
thc blood by ail rdtcrativc medicine, and in-v'prati-
it by healthy fwxl and axixcise.
Such a medicine we supply in
PtBi pounds trad of Sarsaparillji,
the most effectual Terrufly which the medical
skill cf our limes can devise for thisevery
whir? srcvailingand fatal maladr. It is com
Hnnl nora the most active remedial that have
r-cn ihjrovcrtd fnrthecipnrgatiqnof tiiis foul
df-or.lur from the blood, and the rescue of tha'
ejr?m ftom its destructive conequencet.
rlrm it cfccmM I tmployed for the cure of
not rwly Scrofula, but al.o thoe other affec
rioaj which arise from it, such as Encnirt
rrl JVars IhsiAsas, Pt. Anthont's Pins,
Kui, v EnvsiraLAS, PtiirLBs, Prarrtst,
BicTcniie. Ulaiis and llotM.Tfmiu.s, Tama
tsd SHlt Kmik, Scald Hbaii, IIikqwoux,
Hmrwx'rT'W, StrnittTtcand Meuci-rial Dia-.-,
Dxoriv, PisrersiA, Dcbilitt, and,
w'krd. aii. CourtAiMTs acuiso rnoy Vitia
tp o Ixrras Pu.oi. The popular liellef
wi ' vHirxy rftht Hood" Is founded in truth,
sr seroWa is a degeneration of the blood. Tha
pArrWtdar parpo'e and virtue of this Sartapa
rdta U tn purtry and regenerate vUs vital fluid,
wkVmt which 'sound health U tmpuatibl ta
SOB -MS trtSOT CUBB Of
Ztitmtnant Fever, or Fever anil Agmmi
HcMlrtdtt Fevr, Chill Fvcr, Dunk
Asm, PexloOcal Headache, or Bllloaa
caiixehe. mil Billon Fever, Indeed
Tor r?1e vtTlole rl mt etlsea orlRlnBt
ttirx In IsUlory drrenartmont, canel by
ft JIalazia mt aHasaaatle Coantrle.
We are enabled htre to offer the community a
frraedv which, while it cures the above complaints
wtA tertabiry, is still perftly harmless m any
ejaaatitv. rJfirt a remedy is invaluable in districts
when "tbne afflicting disorders prcrail. This
"Ccaa" pelj the miarmatic ponon of FxvaX
asre Aocs from the system, and prevents the do
eiepmrBt of the disease, if taken on the first ap
proach ef its premonitory symptoms. 1 1 is not only
she best mnerly ever yet discovered for this class
at cotapUi!rr,btrt also the cheapest. The larga
ewr.r. tV we aupplr for a dollar I rinsrs it wltbin tha
ret'h or esrry body ; and in bilious district, where
Tvraa asd Aot-s ptevxils, every Lodv should
have it and use it freely both for cure and proteo
aVra. A (peat inperionty of thl remedy over any
ether ever discovered for the speedy and ctTtaia
ure ef Intermittent! is that it contains no Quinine
ev mineral, consequently It produces no quinism or
ether injurious ciltets whatever upon the eonstitu
rJcx. 'Oiese cured by it are left at healthy as tf
tier had r.rret had the disease.
Frrer and Ague is not alone the consequence of
tat zmsamatic poison. A great variety of disor
e'ert nrtse ftom its irritation, anion? which as?
Nmirojfia, ItAtumatitm, Gout, Vcatlacht, Blind
km, ToothxteS, Earaehe, Catirrh, AitAma, J'ak
witaktm. Painful Afietioi eftke bplttn, llyitrr
set. Pain tn tht BoieeU, Coke, Paralysis and Xta
nmptmtiit of the Stomach, all of which, whea
eriainatia in this cause, put on the intermittent
Pipe, or become periodical. Thia " Cent, " expels
the jroitoo from the Llood, and contcpiently curt
tarra all alike. It is an invaluable protection to
humiwianU and persons travelling or temporarily
residing ia the malarious districts. If UVen occa
sionally or daily while exposed to the infection.
that will be excreted from the system, and cannot;
accumulate is suBdent quantity to ripen into dis
ease. Hence it is even more valuable for protec
tion than cure", and few will ever iufftr from Intet
raittents if thev avail themselvt of the proMctiaav
this remedy al&rds.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. AYZB & CO., Lowall, Nits
MALE OR FE.7IALE A6EHTS
LLOYD'S NEW STEEL PLATE COUNTT
COLORED MAP OF TUE UNlTED
STATES. CANADAS, ANI) NEW
From recent surveys, completed AuT IB,
1SC2; ci"t $20,0')0;tr engrave it aud oneyesr'S
Superior to any 10 rrup ever midt by Col
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ty cents; 370,000 names are engraved on tbla
is not onlv a CoutT Map, but it is alto a
COUNTY AND RAILKOAD MAP
of the United States and Canada combined In '
EVErtYi RAILROAD STATION
and distances between.
Guarantee any woman cr man $3 to S5per
day, and will take back all maps that cancel
be ;cIJarid refund tho monev.
I Send for $1 worth to try.
I i'rinted instructions new to canvass wel!,mr-
nioheu all our agents.
Wanted. Wholesale Agont9 for our Haps
in es cry State. Califoraia, Canada, England,
and Cuba. A fortune mav be made witb a few
hundred dollars capital. Ao competition.
J. T. LLOYD, 164 Hrosdway, New York.
The War Department u? our Map of Tlr
ginia, Maryland and Pennsylvania, cost $100,
000, on which is marked Antietsm Creek.
Sharpburg, Maryland lMshts, Williamtport.
Kerry, RhnrcrsTille. Noland's Ford, and every'
other place in Maryls.id, Virginia and Penney!
vania, or money refotided'
TOPOGRAPinCAL MAP OF KENTUCKY,
OHIO, INDIANA, and ILLINOIS.
Is the only authority fur Gen. Buell and tha
War Department. Money, refunded to any ese
Ending an error iu It. -
Priee 50 cents.
(From the Tribune, Aug. 3.)
"LLOYD'S-MAP OF VIRGINIA. MARY
LAND AND PENNSYLVANIA ThU Map
is very ltrge; its cot hut 25 rents, and it it the
tut ir'hieh ctn bepurcKasrd"
LLOYDS GREAT MAP OF THE MIS
SISSIPPI RIVER. From Actual Surverysby
CaptJ. Bart and Wm. Bowen, Mitnissippi ttivtr
Pilets of St. Loul 3Io.f shows every mans
plantation and owners name from St. Louis to
the Gulf of Mexico-1,350 miles every sand
bar, Island, townrIanding, and all plaees'9
miles-back from the river colored in Coub
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form, and 250 on linen, with rollers. Ready.
September 20.. .
Navt DtrATax."T WAmncTOjr, Y
September 17. 1863.
J. T. Llotbv Sir- Seud me your Hap of
the Mississippi River, -with price per hundrat
copies. ReariAdmiral Charles Ht Davit, com
manding the Misaiasippi Squadron, ia anthoriseeV
to purchase as many as are required for nee of
GIPEOy WELLEI, let';. ae Mmrj-
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