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iJCBBW' "L! . j be.n circa-
will be as follows :
io!,,rVl1er3 and lefii than 6", 50.
Tff0i Ssndopw.rd.. 100.-.
nons 25 cents e.ob; children 15
ro ted h?Z&
9X J. Enclosed with a high
.:. ;. nnn to ail.
1 'ntfew days the track, one
Ma 'and' will be completed
person wishinir information will
JXoud with the Secretary, and the
eor .,,,.,: wil be forwarded.
JtS piper, friendly to the Fair, please
, order of the Executive Committee,
r Oelakdo Sawteb,
r, Lee. The Kansas City Journal
, Si.'? fo1Iow8 of 0Cr Cndidat0 for
roaCA. L- tha nomtnM for ?n"
-. ii s gentleman, a soldier and a
'. He left the bench of the Die-
S, Court to accept a Major s coram,--S
in the Se rentb Kansas Cavalry Vol
Court to accept a Major's commis-
,.... fifciin? reeiment, and was com-
B'Mioned a Brigadier General more than
, tMr ,go. He is still in active service.
!JIl csrrifs the best evidences of his
i.,ry and patriotism-Gn bis person, the
.tin of many wounds received on sever
,1 of the most hotly contested fields of
Moee Refcdiatios. The Conserta
&t is not the only paper thst repudiates
tie nominations of the Sham Convention.
Tb Fort Scott Monitor has refused to
hoist tbs tickot, and thns endorses the
cmdidates of the Republican Union Con
The Convention that met at fopeka
on Tuesday, the 13'h inst., has selected
JodgeTbicher. of Douglas Connty, for
Governor, ind General A. L. Lee for
This is a strong Ticket, and one emi
Wnuj fitto be made."
The .Monitor "has hitherto" advocated
(hi Line progrsmrae.
A VVi.iwd" Here is a comforting
craob for tbs Copperhead Convention,
from tbi Niw York Herald:
Ai igtinit the forlorn Deraoeracy,
Abrtbia Lincoln has the majority party
it bis back and the balance of power in
bii binds. His re-election, therefore.
which might have been defeated by a
it Union party organization of all the
opposition elements, cannot be defeated
It the demoralised Democracy, nnder
tbsir shent-per-shent and Regency maua
(in it Chicago. In this view General
Mcl'lilltn will act wisely in declining a
somimtion, which if made and accepted,
cm only end in his defeat.
The President and tub Pacific R. R.
-The President has ismed a proclama
tion fixing the Eastern terminns of the
P.cific Railroad nt Omaha in Nebraska.
This will bring the travel and trade over
m national highway through Central
lais. Ktokuk Gale.
Apropos to the above, the Nebraska
City New Rhkii thin pertinent qnestion:
Wnr Wocld'st Ha ! If yon ownd
eighty arrea of litnd in Iewa, four miles
Wetlcf Council Bluffs, end had it in yoor
power to locate the Pacific Rnilroad.
wonldn'i yon jnst locate it at Omaha ?
A. Lincoln. E q . is in that fix.
f"E!t Lee We have received a letter
from Gen. A. L. Lee, dated Baton Rouge,
L., Stnt. 7th.
He states that he never made nse of
the lsrjgruge relative to Gov. Carney
published some months ago in the Con
servafire. TLe hwt clones as follows: "I hoped
to viiit the State this fall, but Gen. Can
by thinks he needs me. and I despair of
going.'' Lercnuorth Conservative.
Ohio. Indiana. Pennsylvania r.nd Iowa
ill hnM elections on the 11th of Octo
w The Union majority in Ohio in
1S63 was 101.G99. apainst a Democratic
B'jr"y of 5.577 in 1S62 Indiana had
no election in 1S63. In 1862 the Dem
watic mi,jmity tvno 9.543. In 1863
te Union majority in Pennsylvania wa
13,325. against a Democratic majority
in the previous year of 3.526 The Un
ion msjnrity in Iowa in 1863 was 29,
513; in 1862. 15.115.
A Voice from Wyandotte. The pro
editor of the Wyandotte Gazette
Publishes the proceedings of the recent
conventions at Topeka, and makes the
When the editor returns ha will deter
Ome for himself to which of these tickets
Gazette will give its support. For
w part we go the anti-Lane ticket with
TMiuingoisbed Qeorge 8. Hilltard,
w Boston, a well-known Conservative,
avowed his purpose- to sustain Mr.
atoln, though he opposed him in 1860.
"does this oo the eminently patriotic
Poandthat ag.Mr. Lincoln'e.election was
Methe pretext of the rebellion, the maj
"fXofiho law should h- vindicated in
"Uptnon. Tha moral effect of Mr. Lin
ro,a re-election wonld be invaluable.
T.j b,r lei"re of arm a belonging to
3IB "Son. of Liberty" ha! been
lZ l? New York. Thirty-two case..
tui .m &"y l0 e'8htT "To'e
,1 . ." " i6Bu on jionnay oy aiar
Wflra ..J T 1 m
- Jiarray, on Walker atreet, await
'PetrnlnnM XT xr.i" T-. -f -,
fV i. . .xiuy, x-astor ot saia
'cVn charge," one of the drollest
""norms who writes for the newspaper
Kf!,.,,,t?' 5s Mr-D-R Locb.
S2o ' 7' H,noock coanty 0hio'
QlfiOn f7anratioM HpPl,
liof oar new aristocracy dropped when
Mi that the Consent!! , fi!j M
wMneJeJJ?1' convenlioi of the 8th
-.nu adopted a new line of brut-
ni " naa
i nutey high this aeason. Cham
Th'e'Repnblicans of the Second Judicial Dis
trict, and all other loyal citizens who are in fa
Tor of a speedy suppression of, the existing re
bellion;' of the restoration of the Union in all
integrity; and.fipposed to a prostitution of
the public' patronage for selfish and political
purposes, and to any attempt to run political
aspirants, into office under the popularity of the
Natioail Administration, are requested to meet
in Delegate Conrention, at Hiawatha, on Mon
day, th'eiiOth day To'f" October, 1864, at 3
o'clock, P. M., to nominate a candidate for
Judge of theSecood judicial District. '
Each Representative" District la-entitled to
one Delegate in said Convention.
" C. G. FOSTER, Chairman.
There will tie a ConntyGonrention at Troy,
October Sth, 1664, at 10 o'clock, A. M., for
the purpose of electing Delegates to attend the
above Conrention. It is hoped that there will
be a general turn out from etch Representative
District, on that day. '' : r
Member of Judicial Committee for Doniphan
County. . 7 t j
Fee fir announcing Candidates, Thkxx Dol
Lkts, strictly in advance. jto
, PROBATE JUDGE. -We
are authorised vto annoatice -GEORGE
H. PIKE asacandidate"ibr Judge of Probate
for Doniphan 'County, at the'' ensuing Novem
ber election. BY MANY "VOTERS.
f; "0pedol jNotucV
TwentyFite, Fifty amdOBa. Hundred
, , L'ii"FrTCent." r
Two or three coats' ef paint on your house.
wagon cr carriage, will add to it in Value 25
per (fent; in Appearance 50 per cent; and in
Durability 1 00 per cent. Then why don't ycu
get N. O.Pierce, of White Cloud, to'paint up
your rusty old housea and wagons! He will do
it well and cheap. See advertiiement in an
other column. Sept. 29.
Eorroa or Cmcr:
Dna Sir: With your permission, I wish to
say to ,the readers of your paper that I will send
by return mail, to all who wish it, (free,) a
Recipe, with fall directions for making and
using a simple Vegetable Balmthat w'ill effect
ually remove, in ten days, Pimples, Blotches,
Tan, Freckles, and all impurities' of the tin,
leaving the same soft, clear, smboth'and beau
tiful"' I will also mail free to those having Bald
'Heads, or Bare Faces', simple directions and in
formation that will enable them to start a full
growth of Luxuriant Hair, Whiskers, or a
Moustache, in less than thirty days.
Alt application answered by return mail,
THOS. F. CHAPMAN, Chemist,
831 'Broadway', New York.
A Card to the Suffering.
SWALLOW two or three hogsheads of "Bu
chu," "Tonic Bitters," "SarsanarilLi,"
"Nervous Antidotes." ic, &r.., ic, and after
you are satisfied with the result, then trv one
box of OLD DOCTOR BUCHAN'S ENGLISH
SPECIFIC PILLS and be restored to health
and vigor in less than thirty days. They are
purely vegetable, plca.ant to take, prompt and
salutary in their effects on the broken down and
shattered -constitution. Old and young can
take them with advantage. Imported and sold
in the United States onlv bv
J AS. S. BUTLER.
No. 427 Broadway, New York,
CTAgent for the United States.
P. S. A Box of the Pills, securely packed.
will be mailed to any ml dress on receipt of
price, which is ONE JJOLLAK, post paid
money refunded by the Agent if entire satis
faction is not given. Sept. 23-3m.
Do. you wish to nn CURED!
ENGLISH SPECIFIC PILLS, cure in less
than 30 davs, the worst cases of NERVOUS
NESS, Iarpotency, Premature Decay, Seminal
Weakness, Insanity, and all Urinary, Sexual
and nervous affections, no matter from wbat
cause produced. Price One Dollar per box.
One Box will perfect the cure in most cases.
Address JAMES S. BUTLER,
General Agent427 Broadway, N. Y.
eADDtEBY & STORE.
Main Street, White Clond, Kansas,
HAS alwa'vs on hand SADDLES, BRI-
DLES, VHIPS, SINGLE arid DOUBLE
HARNESS, and everything usually found in
a Saddlery Store!
CHEAP FOR CASH.
Repairing done neatly, on the shortest no
Call before purchasing elsewhere
as I can
sell as cheaply as any
store west of St. Louis.
Leonard Smith, Proprietor
mms Hotel Is oleasaritlvsltuated, eonve
Jtinient to the. Court House and tbe'bnsiaess
part of town.; uuests wm leeeive ua rj
best attentioa. . ,
ID" A large stable :la eoaoectiea with Ifce
house, for the aceomdation of horses.
January 7, lBW-tl.
Order of r0Hca Horn.
In the District Ooort of 'the Second Judicial
District, lm and for Brown Co nty, Kansas. "
' W.'It; Tarr and John1 C. Tarr
,"!: rtJisva.. t j;r t
, Robert W., Smiley,
"Wm. J. Carilhers, ,
Wm. P. Proctor.
ROBERT. W. SMILEY .AND THOMP
SON TEMPER; two ! or the defendants
in aaid caese, wm take notice, -that said plain
tiff did, on the 3d day.of August,-jl864, file in
the Clerk's office of said Court, their petition
criinit said defendant, the object of which is
tn nhtftin iudement acainst the said Robert
TO- Sml nnnorthsdrfendantsinsaidcanse.
on a note for the sum of one hundred and eigh
ty-five dollars, ana interest on me same iron,
the 8th dav of AueusU A- D. 1B59, at the rate
nffirTir rnt. nr month, and also for a de
w. ... r- r-- - -
cree of roreclosare ana saie oi m ouwj-c
quarter of section is, townsmp a, rmnge a,, ,u
nMn pnnni TTunain. whicli was mortcaxed
by said Robert W. Smiley to the said plaintiff,
to secure the payment of said sum of money;
and the aaid Robert "W. Smiley, and Thompson
Kemper, who claims aome interest in said mort
gaged premises subsequent to this plaintiff, are
hereby required to plead, answir or demur to
aaid petition, on or before the 4th day of Oc
tober, A. D; .1864, or.theni will bo taken
.. tm ul ponfMwed. and iudemeat renderea
accordinrlv; . - fZ:
Witness my hand and the seal of aaid wort,
at my office, in Hiawatha, this 4th day of An-
.-W2? V.G.KELSEY. Clerk..
Ia J7LA0b.'PlateMf'a AlVj. . -.
AefwM II, fwM-Tw. , BrVt-. $
HAVE BECE1TED A LAIK5E AND FULL ASRQBTMENT OF
... SPRING GOODS
OPjfiVERY DESCRIPTION, WHICH THEY WILL SELL LOW. FOR
OR INEXOHANGE FOR " -'
They "will keep onliaid.a good aanitD'eirtf
'. fLW8l -;:"'..
ALSO, THE . . 1
OHIO CHIfcF EAPEK AND MOWJERl
White Cloud, May 5. 1864.
MODEL SEWING M&CH1HE!
TIIE CHEAPEST ,IN THE WORLD !
BECAUSE THE BEST !
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
THE WEED SEWING MACHINE-' COMPANY,
SOB Broadway, N. Y.
Manufacture the most perfect Machine (r
Sewing, of all kinds, ever presented to the
American public, and, challenge comparison
with any Sewing Machine made in the United
THE WEED MACHINE, with all their
valuable Improvements, entirely overcome all
imperfections.. They are
SUPERIOR TO ALL OTHERS,
Family and Manufacturing rorposes.
Simple in construction , durable in all their parts,
and readily understood. They have certainty
of stitch on all kinds of fabricks.and are adapt
ed to a wide' range: of work' without change or
adjustment. Using all kiuds of Thread. Will
Hem, Fell, Bind; Gather, Braid, Tucl, Quilt,
Card, and in. fact do all kinds of work required
by Families or Manufacturers. They make
the Interlock Shuttle Stick, which cannot be ex
celled for firmness, elasticity, and vlegance of
They hare Kcceiyed the Highest Premiums !
in every instance, where they have been ex
hibited in competition with other sUndard
Machines. We invite all person in search of
an instrument to execute any kind ut bewing
done by Machinery, to inspect them, and make
sure they secure the best, by proving the Weed
before purchasing. The Companv being duly
licensed, the Machines are protected against
infringements or litigation.
0.T PERSONS AT. A DISTANCE can or
der by mail with perfect confidence that the
Kacldne will reach them safely, and that tbey
will be able to manage it to their entire satis
faction, with no other aid than the printed in
structions accompanying each Machine. Every
explanation will be cheerfully given to all,
whether tbev wish to Durcbase or not. Discrip-
tive Circulars, together with SpcciJhens of
Work, will be furnished to all who desire them,
by mail or otherwise. i
tlr ti&Lii.A.HL.tt auein is vt am ilu, in
all localities in the United States, Canadas,iniinent Physicians and Chemists in the Country.
British Provinces, Cuba, Mexico, Central and
South America, West India Islands and the
Bahama Islands, to whom we offer great indupe
nfnta. Rnrf.f'Lin mnt will find it a Davinir
business, as reliable Sewing Machines have be-'
come a riecessitr in everv fatnilv. We mmu
factcre a great variety of styles, from which
wc give a few prices: No. 2, Family. $50;
No. 2. Extra, $60; No. 2, Half C.ise, $65 and
$75; No. 3 & 4. Manufacturing. $75 and $85.
WEED SEWING MACHINE CO., '
506 Broadway, N. V.
(Box'2,041 Post Office.)
June 16, 1864.- '
"The National Claim Agency,"
HAEVET, COLLIHS, BEACE, &
Government Agents and Attoriejs,
476 Seventh Street, West,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
CLAIMS presented and prosecuted, before
Congress, Court of Claims, and the De
partments. Patents, Pensions and Baunty
General Business Transacted.
FRED. L. HARVEY, JOHN F. CQLLIXS,
or WASHINGTON CITV. I OF NIV TOBE.
JULIUS BRACE, IRA J. LACOCK,
or CINCIN.XaTl. OHIO. I Or.HtAWATKS, KANSAS.
. April 23, 1863-3w.
TURNER, FRAZER & WILLIAMS,
AND DEALERS IK
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS.
No. 7 FOURTH STREET,
South of Tootle (c Farlelgh's,
ST. JOSEPH, MISSOURI.
Mareh 24, 1864-tf.
mHE undersigned baa inst opened; at Beek-
I .ott'.nld ataad. in WhiU Cloud, a new
Family & MiscellaHcous Greeeriei,
COFFEE, SUGAR, TEA,
NUTS, CANDIES, AC,
m:.i ).. ;iT a II it tha lowest livinc prices,
for Cash. He intendjkeeping p his stock.
nd to be at all timeapteparea w acconiHi-
his customers, l lie puapc ar i PL-fi;
him a call. ., HILTON BTT.
Whito CJlond, April 16. 1863-fcn.
TxiapiemflF THE KEKTOVS, SEK
J INAt, URINARV AND SEXUAL
SYSTEMS sew and reliable treatatent m
? . " iTTr a. WOWARD ASSOCIATION
EeiTby U $ aealtd
harce. Adarwaa, t-i . baaju- "y""a
'Street, TWIitVaV' P " leW3
LEMON, H0SEA & CO.,
No. 5, Fourth St.,
ST. JOSEPH, MO ,
Keep a Large Stock of
AT WHOLESALE ONLY!
MERCHANTS ARE REQUESTED
TO GIVE THEM A CALL
Prices Guaranteed to be as low as
ST, LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
May 12, 16C4-6m.
WARRAM 'JL HI
Superior to any in the Market
I T is used bv first class families everywhere,
-L and hishly recommended for nervous and
dyspeptic persons, being very nutrious and free
from all deleterious substances, in testimony
ol ithich I have certincates irom me mosv em-
i ry ii anu tuu win uc muiv tu wuuuug ita uat
in preference to any other.
Sold at retail for Twenty-Five Cents per
Pound by First class Uroccrs inrougnout tne
O A liberal discount to the Trad.
Put up only by
LEWIS A. OSBORN,
Wholesale Depot, 69 Warren st., New York.
June 16, 1664.
PRO BONO PUBLICO!
To the Citizens of White Cload and
Adjoitiinp Towns and Country,
Fnr and near, la Kansas,
Nebraska and Missouri.
N. O. PIERCE,
HAVING located in White Cloud, Kansas,
is prepared to do all kinds of work in his
line, such as .
House and Sign Painting,
GRAINING, PAPER HANGING,
VARNISHING, OILING, &c. tc.
Also, Warons and Carriac.es, old or new,
painted or repainted.
satisiaction given ana wore warranted m an
Orders left at my Shop, opposite Bailey's
Store, or at the Verandah House will receive
White Cloud, Sept.8, 16G4-if-
SIDNEY TENNENT. CYRUS C. CAittP
TFiiuruT o. niUD
iEnncni o& uqmr,
&TT0R88V8 AT WW,
TBOY, D0HIPHA3T CO., KANSAS.
Tn Ttivnblpd Soldiers. Seamen and Ma
rines, and Widows or otber ueirs oi
those who nave uiea or oeea rviucu
in the Service
CHAS. O. TUCKER,
Attorney for. Claimants, Boaaty Lmad and
WASHINGTON CITY, D. C.
PENSIONS procured for Soldiers, Seamen
and Marines of the present war, who are
diaabledb reason of wounds received or dis
ease contracted while In service; and Pensions,
Bounty Money and aiTears of Pay .obtained for
widows or or other heirs of those who have died
hn irillr'il while in service.
Bounty Land procured for services In any of
the otber wars. LUAa.v. luuain,
nov.7.61-tf. ' Washington, D.C
(At Raffner's Old Stand,)
WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS,
Has just opened a large stock of
,. Consisting, in part, of
DRY GOOdS, GROCERIES,
BOOTS SHOES, PROVISIONS,
QUEENSWABE, tc, 4c, c,
likewise a large stock of
CeitleaeB's Beaiy-fliie Cl.ttlag
AND FURNISHING GOODS,
Whiea he ean sell at aalow price aa they can
h ohtiined in anT Weatera city. Pleas call
before parchaaias eUewbere. . . r f
wntte liioea, ppv c, wi;;. . ,,,
ABE YOU IN AGONY?
A WHiIrSPEING 0EH0PE
CAN BE FOUND IN
Be of Good Cheer!. The Sinking a ay
BY THE USE OF
The history of these great Remedies is the
most wonderful medical revelation that the
world has ever known. It establishes the all
important fact that wHtaxvxa, and in what
cvza shatx internal disease exists, the disin
fecting, searching and healing properties of the
Pills are fully equal to its subjection and cure,
and that, with the Ointment, they are
The Great Ambassadors of Health to all
This is not a history written by one man, or
even derived from the experiences of one na
tion. It consists of a compilation of testimo
nials from the sick of every country an unim
peachable record, the like of which has never
been adduced in favor of any discovery or in
vention since time began.
These Mighty Healers, TToild Known and
World Tried, are a Boon to the Sick.
The want of a sterling medicinal to meet the
ills and necessities of the suffering portion of
humanity, and one entirely free from mineral
and otber deleterious partie'es, was severely
felt till this all powerful medicine was ushered
into the world; Hillowat's Ikvaluaslc Pills
have become the household amtnr of all na
tions. Their attribute is to raivrnr as well as
to ami; they attack the kaoix or boot of the
complaint, and thus, by remeving the hidden
cause of disease, re-invigorate and restore the
drooping energies of the system, assisting, na
ture in. her task of vital and ro.tcTio.fAar ax-
Disorders of the Stomach ,
Are the sources of the deadliest maladies.
Their effect is to vitiate all the -fluids. of, the
body, and to send a poisoned stream through
all the channels of circulation. Now, what is
the operation of the Pills? They cleanse the
bowels, regulate the liver, bring the relaxed or
irritated stomach into a natural condition, and,
acting through the secretive organs oro thz
blood itselt, change the state of the system
from sickness to health, by exercisiag a simul
taneous and wholesome effect upon all its parts
Woman, in all her Difficulties,
Is invited to test the regulating and restora
tive powers of this harmless hnt effective pre
paration. At the two epochs of life in which
the female system undergoes the most impor
tant and critical changes, the Pills will prove a
positive safeguard against evil consequences.
They are also confidently recommended as a
specific in every disorder to which females are
Be it Understood,
That the above statements can at all times
be verified by the written testimony (extending
through a quarter of a century) of tens ot thou
sands of unimpeachable witnesses.
Bilious Maladies, See., &c.
In whatever form disease attacks the liver,
it is repelled and exterminated by this search
ingt'painless, and irresistible curative. Bilious
remittents, bilious pntging, and all the ordina
ry disorders of the organ, indicated by pain in
the right-side and between the shoulders, yel
lowness of the whites of the eyes, weakness and
debility, &c, are relieved and removed by the
remedy, "with a celerity which astonishes the
sufferers and their friends. Let the sick, whom
the faculty have abandoned, resort with confi
dence to this powerful anti-bilious agent, and
a restoration to health and activity will be the
Dyspepsia, Diarrhea, Weakness, &c.
The terrible bodily and mental pangs which
characterise Dyspepsia, are at once mitigated
by the Pills. Diarrhoea, constipation, head
ache, physical prostration, nervous r tremors,
hot flushes, spasms, affections of the kidneys,
hemorrhoids or piles, and, in fact, all internal
complaints, from whatever cause arising, give
way before the salutary influence of this extra
ordinary remedy. As.a specific for dyspepsia,
and the disorders connected with it, or grow
ing out of it, the Pills aria always to be relied
on, when every other medicine amf mode of
treatment has utterly failed.,
Holloway's Pills are the 'best Remedy known
in tha World for the following Diseases:
Fever and Ague,
Inward Weakness, .
Stone and Gravel, '
Worms of all kinds
If the reader of this "notice" cannot get a
box of Pills or Ointment from the 'drag store in
his place, let him write to me, enclosing the
amount, and I will mail's box free of expense.
Many dealers will not keep my medicjees on
band, because they cannot make aa mack pro
fit aa onother persons' make.
None are genuine unless the words " HUe-
tray, Nne'Yerk and Lndon," are discernible
as a Water-mark ,'m every leaf' of the;book of
diiections around each box; the same may be
plainly seen by holding tie leaf U As light. A
handsome reward will be given to any one ren
dering such Information as say lead to the
detection of aay party or parties eowaterfeitipg
the medkiaes or rending the same, knowiag
Sold at the manufactory of Professor
HOLLOW AY, 80 Maiden Lane, New York,
and by all respectable, Druggist and Dealers
in Medidae throughout the United State and
the civilised world, ia boxes, ait 35 cents, 88
eeatt, aa4 $MG each.
-CT There k eoearfctabre aavisg by takisg
' tfce larger tUta.. . .ewl.JMy.
B. N. SEAVER.
A.lEtEL JXJST RECEIVING THTEIR
Fall and Winter Goods!
Hats and Caps,
A LAEGE ASSORTMENT OF READY MADE CLOTHINGr,
With all other Articles isually kept in a Variety or Country Store.
White Cloud, September 8, l8G4-tf:
HENDERSON'S AMENDMENT. !
THE FARMER'S HOME JEWEL !
HENDERSON'S PATENT L0OM1!
A GHAND INVENTION.
IT WEAVES DOESKIN.
IT WEAVES JEANS,
IT WEAVES LINSEY,
IT WEAVES KERSEY,
IT WEAVES PLAIN CLOTH,
IT WEAVES CARPETS.
IT WEAVES TWEED,
ITTTEAVES SEAMLESS SACKS,
IT WEAVES COTTON,
IT WEAVES WOOL,
IT WEAVES FLAX,
, s IT WEAVES HEMP.
TXLHX If. TACT. H. OKABAV. . laOWNILL.
FRANK M. TRACY & CO.,
TTAVING PURCHASED OF THE PAT
-Ll entee the Patent "Right for the State of
Kansas, these new Looms will be for sale in
every County in Kansas. Every Farmer can
nave a peneci ajooui in uia uwu uuubb ut
This Loom is intended to take the place of the
common Hand Loom. It Treads the Treadles,
throws the Shuttle, lets off the Web, and takes
np the Cloth, the weavinjr being all done by
working the Lathe. The Web Is is siied, Spool
ed, Warped, Beamed and Drawn1 In the usual
manner, 'enabling the weaver to nse the Loom
with but little instruction. And as they are
CHEAP AND SUBSTANTIAL,
and not liable to get out of order, and will
weave three timesas fast as the common Loom,
thev exactly fill a large and increasing demand
anions farmers, for some easy, healthy, and
speedy way of converting their own produc
WOOL AND FLAX INTO CLOTHING,
which they find it to their interest to do on ac
count of the high price of the manufactured
article, from tnese facts we are enabiea to
offer to the Farmers and Mechanics of Kansas,
a business, both profitable to themselves and
of general and lasting benefit to the communi
ty, relieving it to a great extent of the contin
ual drain on its cash resources. The Ohio
State Board of Agriculture, 18G1, awarded the
first premium, a Diploma, and it has taken the
first Premium by the. State Board of Agricul
ture, of Kentucky, in 1863.
A SILVER MEDAL
was awarded it at the last New York State
Fair. Call and see a full sued and rigged
Loom in complete operation. Orders for Looms
solicited from the
MERCHANTS AND BUSINESS MEN
ot Kansas. Farmers and others can be supplied
at any time by the Manufacturers. All letters
of inquiry containing a stamp for return postage
will be promptly answered.
ET Circulars containing full description of
the Loom, with tne most simple directions lor
using it, will be sent on application.)
Auuresa, tnauniu. innui uvv,
June 9, 1864 ly.
PUTNAM CLOTHES WRINGER.
IT IS THE ONLY RELIABLE
Na Woorf-TVbri to Swell or Split.
Wo ThumhScreics to get out of Order.
Warranted With or Without Cog-Wheels.
IT took the FIRST PREMIUM at Fifty
Seven State and County Fairs in 1E63, and
is, without an exception, the but Wringer ever
Patented in the United States, England
Canada, and Australia. Agents wasted in ev
err town, and in all Darts of the world.
Energetic agents can make from 3 to 10
Dollars per day.
Sample Wringer sent Express-paid, on re
ceipt of price.
No. 2, G50. No. 1, $7.50. No. F, $8J0.
No. A. 19.50.
Manufactured and sold, wholesale and re
THE PUTNAM. MANUFACTURING CO.,
No. 13 Piatt Street, New Yorky
and Bennington, Vt.
J S. C. NORTHROP, Agent.
WHAT EVERYBODY KNOWS, vix:
That Iron well galvanised trtU wot rust; S
That a.eimsu.macbine la better man a compit-
r cated one;
That a Wringer should be self-adjusting, dura.
tie, and efficient;
That Thumb-Screws and Fastenings cause de
lay and frenMe to regulate ana keep in
That wood soaked In hot water tmll swell,
That wood-bearings for the shaft to ran in teiS
That the Putnam Wringer, with or without
cog-wheels, will not tear tie clothes;
That cog-wheel regulators are not essential;
That fhe Putnam Wringer has all the adran
tages, and not on of the disadvantages
- above named;
That ail wbo have tested it, pronounce it the
' best Wringer ever made; , - .
That' it will wring a Thread or a Bed-Quilt
' WTTHOtrr ALTTAT10!I.
We might fill the paper with testimonials,
bnt-insert only, a few to convince the skeptical,
if sich there be; and we say' to all, test Put
nam's Wringer. Test it THOROUGHLY with
ANY sod ALL others, and if not entitely sat
isfactory, return it. - --
Pstaam Manufatturing Co.r
GESTuaxs: 1 know, front practical ex
perience, that iron well galvanised with zinc
will not oxidise or mat one particle.- The Put
nam Wriaeer is aa near perfect as possible, and
I can cheerfully recommend it to be tbe best
in use. ' Respectfully yours,
JNO. W. WHEELER,
Many years' experience in the galvanizing
business, enable me to indorse the above state
ment in ou particulars.
JNO. C. LEFFERTS,
No. 100 Beekman St.
New York, January , 1864.
We have tested Putnam's Clothes Wringer
by practical working, and know that It wBI do.
It ia cheap; It U aissple it requires no.room,
whether at work or at rest; child ean operate
it; it doea its daty thoroughly; It saves time
an if aaraa .Mi and tear. We earaestlv ad-
ta all wfcn Wva mmel washing to do, with all
Intelligent peraoaa wbo have way, to buy this
Wringer, ft win pay for jj T"' l
BtOSt. n. OUaawB uawuw, '
tN.c8.je64. -'.- :
Boots and Shbes,
A I .?.
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SEAVER t JENNINGS.
347 Broadway, New York.
IT was pronounced superior to all others at
the World's Fair, in London, 18G2. It took
the First Premium at the great Fair of the
AMERICAN INSTITUTE, ia New York
City, 1863, here the judges were practical
mechanics, and appreciated COG-WHEELS.
It took thx Fisst Pamitm at th
Nzw Yoaz State Faie, 1862 and 1863.
Vkkmoxt Statz Fai, 1863.
PZXNSTLTANIA STATS FaIB, 1863.
Indiana State Faiz, 1863.
Iowa Statz Fai, 186J-'
Illinois St atz Fam, 186J. ,
And at CouirTt Eaies without ntwiax., -. t
SELF-ADJUSTING AND ADJUSTABLE
It Saves Time, labor, Clothes, and'Xoner.
It is easily and.firmly secured to the tub or
Washing-machine, and will fit tabs of any size
or shape. It is simple in its construction, and
does not easily get out of repair. ."
It is not only a PERFECT WRINGER, but
the Cog-wheels give it a POWER.which ren
ders it a most zxezLLZNT WASHiz, pressing and
separating, as it docs, the dizt with the watzs,
from the Clothes. -i
Any Washerwoman can use it a Child tea
years 0111 can use iu
It will save its cost every 6 months, in tha
saving of clothes.
53,818 SOLD EV 183.
Ne. PRICES'. SiteofBeller.1
l.Larse Family 19 lljin. 2tfin,;
1W Medium lO HUin. 1J.W
2. Med Family 9 in. ljiin.'
2.smatl 7 5O10Iin. lj,n.
3. Small ' 9 SO 8 in. If. in.
H. large tiotet z a in. r m.
18. Med. Laundry 20 17$ in.3J? in.
22 Large 30 "tf iJj,
Hoo. IB ana a to run ny owsmor nauu.
Pullevs, 4 per pair. - ' "
Nos.'2K and 3 have have Small Rolls tfld
NO COGS, all others are - "
This means, especially, that after few
months' use the lower roll
WILL NOT TWIST ON THE SHAFT, '
And tear the Clothing, as Is the case with oof
No. 3. and other Wringers without Cog-wheelf.
In our monthly sales or over o.uw, oniy iroiu
one to two dozen are without Cogs." In our
retail sales, we have not sold one in nearly two
yearsl This ehows which style is appreciated
by the public This is tbe only Wringer with
The Fatent Cos-Wheel Regulator
And thoueh other Wringer-makers are licens
ed to nse onr Rubber rolls, yet none are ever
licensed to use the Cog-wneel Regulator.
Therefore, for cheapness and durability, buy;
On receipt of the price, from, placea where
no.one is selling, we will send thaU, C. W.
rzzx or Exnctsz. ;
What we especially want is a good
In every town. .We offer liberal inducements,
and guarantee the exclusive sale.
R. C. BROWNING, General Agent,
347 Broadway, New York.
Jnne 9, 1864.
NEW YORK & PHILADELPHIA
Ornamental Iron orb. irt
rMHE subscribers having formeda eounec
JL tion with Messrs. Wood Pzzot, of Phil
adelphia, nnder the abore title, are prepared
to furnish every description of - -- ,. j .K
OBHAMEBTAL IB0 WOILX,
Cast, Wrought and Wire KaiFfagstfJ
rom zncLosiKO . -tU
CEMETERY LOTS! DWELLINGS,
PUBLIC SQUARES, Itc. -
Verandah, Circular &8traifcht Itairij
DOORS, WINDOW GUARDS. ry
Stable Virtues, Joutalns, Tasee,'.:;?
Also, having purchased of the Ute'lra'ef
Hutcbiason k Wickersham, Canal Street,- 1MB
entire stock of ' . " -..' ,' ln
BEDSTEADS, CRADLES, FUHNiTITIB, &.,
they now offer to the' public, at their New
Warehouse, .3 r v,
THE MOST EXTENSIVE STOCK Of
OKXA3II3.TH AI. .IIUKVt MOODS
tn he found in tbe United StatesL.-TheT.bave
also purchased of the NEW. .-YOlUfTRB
KAIfilflu tu-, tne paten ngut ana raacains
ry for making1 " -2 ti ol iS l
Wire. Hailing, FarnrTencH WinuW-lfiHtrflij
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534 Bao adwat, Niw Yowr,
Orders may be .estiikroegh tfce'AmftiCAtf
ADvrrrnnw AezacTV '469;, Broadway; New?
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1 ' - . -
Tbe CHEAPEST JKWELEY HOUSE in the World
4,318 Fizcza or Assozteb Jzwzlsy row fM.
A COMPLETE List of Fine Gold, Platil
and Oride Jewelry, sent free. Addresa '
J. A.BALiSBOR,Y, AcxirV,
Feb 2-'63 w. PaovroDrci.JK I
J. D. BRUMBAUGH,
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