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, r LnnmronsHoT.i
-l Cl mm S tow o To.
P' ... fact, ! qnl,ou -
'10B,-d .h towwh'P !o the State ar. Ml
'C K the rarenn. feM
fr?B'7,T wocld not mmonot, u
fTi i two doll o acre.
ft. Genera! Government oogbtu be
LgQiocv ,i,.fnr. nrM etnr Ctt-
S &. h. ! of School
vii authorized to announce GEORGE
o pjB u candidate tor Juage 01 rioMH
J fu,feha County, t the ensuing Nofem-
L. BY MANY VOTERS.
JAMES B. MAYNARD Is a candidate for
ioa to the omce ot rrouate juuge 01
,..nnV mrself as a candidate for the of
1st t Pte J0"" or Uon,Pn,n county , witn
ill sledge of honor that I will not call an the
Caty fanny pay except such aa la derived
(tail jesaifee r ln office; wbereaa, the
(WMtiaeoaBeothuhad allowed bis $400
Nr TSir "J n"j mu.
"' rrniDr cuitit
iwm Cwrr:-DR. r. H. STUKGE3. of
I... Point, haa consisted to be a caadidate
faDutriJt Clerk, at tbeeusuing election. He
u a eutfiil and correct business man, mad
urfgrai tioroaghly whatever be uudertakea.
Til CwatJ eBcss eiv mtaerva ocmm moaop
tlsti by lw (0B or Townships. Tbere ia
(fiiltctaBOLftha paople that thete offces
,i,!ibon distributed; and aa Iowa Town
Ait m;i u ajsch personal tax aa almoit any:
slrtvoToBthips in the County, and baa
Hi a Ttrj mesjre thtre of the offices, that of
thitrict Clerk will now be aaked for by the to
tin of IOWA TOWNSHIP.
l,8.XET,of Troy, will ba a eaadidate for
lb, sfiet o( Duteiet Clark f Doaiphan Coin
, (l iliMiiuif .Voretnbar election.
SuUtfKitui, Doniphta Couaty.
DiBitI Ditrick, 1
Wuiisjtoa Yoanj. dee., V Order ef Sale.
J. H. Selectman. J
BY tirtot of to order of sale isiaed eut ef
tie District Court of the Second Judicial
Putrid, sitting witbin andor Daniabsn Coun
ir.iodSute foreid, Air the trial of eautes
ir.i'jr endtr the laws of laid State, dated
ftusb'r I, ISM, whrrein Darnel Del
ut, AdniDistratnr of thr Estate ofWnshinp
wt Yoonr, deretned, is pUintilT, and J. H.
Si'iumtn ii defendant, 1 ill, on the 10th day
Vt:tmi'r,iiH, between th Ii inn online
icVck A il aud four o'clock '. M. o taid
tu, tt tiie Court Um-c dnor, ;u the citj ot
a, tfluntr sua ttata srorcsain, nr Tor
u, tt niihlic auction, to thi- bi'hit bidder.
licwMu band, ail the nz!.t, title and inter
Ktrihcstid J II. S'loctru-in in aud to the
ftCtwmj dcfcrilird real cftate. to wit: The
irJi ut quarter of i-cction thirty fh. (35)
utoiLfbincne. (1) of ranee ninvtteu. (13):
'is, Lot foiiri.'eii (14) and six, (6) in Bloca
t,('J)in the town of Iowa Point. Taken
ufttpnprriy of J. 11. Selectman, to Etify
iiorlfr of sale in faror of Daniel Dctnck'.
AJt;ii'ruir of lbs Estate of Washington
Gitta coder my hand, this 29th dav of June,
AD-IEM. E G. CRABB,
Siii'riff of Doniphan Cuntv, Kansas.
fM k Hiwsivs. Ait'rs for Pi'ff
N'oreaixr 3rd, 1864-5w.' Pr's Fee, 13.
Precliiiantlon lr Ifae Sbcrl(r
fauirt's Ornci, Octobtr 2-Jih. A. D 18C4.
V'T1CF. fl hereby gircu, that on the eipiith j
' di ofNuTfrabir nrit. tliiTr.hill Imcho i
in hj ballot, tccurdmg to the law piTernineM
Iaial eltfilra., tb following Sute andj
'""J effctri, in wit: Thn-e PreMdemli!
Hsrtors. one Member ol Coagres,unc llovtP-J
. vw.w. , wilt k'.Vlt..Ial
'li,tce Treaiurtrof State, one Auditor
u. ute, one sociatv Justice oftlieS.prvme
wi,Mt Superialendent of Public Iutruc-
. e Altottiey l.tncm!, ono Ju.lK or the
'JtnitCsurtor the Svcord Judicial District,
rrubate Jude for Di.iii(i!iii Couiilr, one
fki"', l,,k' 0"e C"1"1'! Superintendent ul
al t lutruciioti. oue CuntT AlMinri. oue
"m Ancuor. to fill vacancy, tw S atr i
'anon, Jte Representatives one from each I
vwnunre Untnct m Dunipliau Coait),
'" III. 2d. 3d i.h n.1 ll.-l... T ....
ProsiUtutitiSthe l,t Di.tnct, U'olf River I
'"Burr Oak the 2d. Wa-hmgton the 3d.1
uu .narion tne 4ih. Warn the a.h.
E. Gi CRABB.
Stated One Mile and & Half Soath of High-
una, Doniphan County, Kansas.
TH18 Nursery was commenced In the Jfe
is,, '' ". ? il;uj ana uow covers ia -
S-SS1 ' JUBK APPJe TreM of
to. Bir?1 w "" Cl"nate: also, Urapee,
2.B.hnbarbRoots,&c. The eubeeriber
? for sale 12,000 three year old Apple
t?,AL"JbIch he w' ke wheat, young
'V j,,nW respectfully announce to our
Hlijr patrons, that having refitted our
tSEfM nd dle1 wore machinery, we
jwaus than Ibrmerly to attend to their
wA;S.t8.?EePlred to io etoa carding
ttisf'0??. dyeing, and dressing, on
hftW be prepared to manufacture Cas
fcstt'uV1 ' L,nMT Flannel, and
"I 'UrtdS . dlaa n rely apen be
i to prooptiy.
StL' 1vB1,?Ted from w former atand, to
"n ?.,U bl,i,ainB ln 0reC Coa.
,Sa-Wa'hVrt e ".l!1 fuU' or buy your
.h Csa ? w the bilh" t"rtt
8AMUEL WATSON & SONS.
r"' " ,w.p viu.
5' Fasttif T,,e tyjwbeat and most
Psti 'r8t and finest Fashion u.
M .7i Vre1. and a sfaee
S3K,,,J Aeetofnew Braid-
7w- Taari.s.i '-,7C". "."" "J aaauaar
" air irZi. :- ' L"1?8
SOL. MlXi.Bg, Miter aa PabltofcW?.
Two i Dottat Ya; nr ADvaxer. p4y.
aent ahonld be madeitrletly in advance- oth
erwise, the rate or $3 peryeerwHIbechawe..
at the dUeretlon of the publisher. -
1 Squire,, - -2Sqaare',
1 Colomn. - -
For any other.lenjth of time, tn aucordance
witn tne aoore met, wmcb apply only to rer
Buainefa Cards or 5 lines or less, $5 yr.
For Legal end traaiient adrertisemente, fl
per aqoare fof.lhe firat ioaertioo. and 50 emit
per aqoare for each snbeeqnent insertion.
special .notices win oe charged 50 percent,
extra and editorial adrertisemenU and oer-
sonal comaanicatlont, double price.
Ten lines of solid Brsrier make one square.
All fiactiona of half a square and orer. r
counted aa a full square. c '
Advertisements reqnlricg to be certified to,
will be charged the cotrof eertlfyinf, in addi
tion to 'the regelar rates;' '
Transient adrartlrementa Bust' be paid for
inrariablj in adrance.
CP JOB WORK of all kinds done on short
notice, aa low as the 'times will admit. AH
Job Work mutba pid for when taken from
LABtt AND CCITLtHtN:
If you wish to marry, addreiu the undersign
ed, who will send ou, without money and with
out price, valuable information that will eable
you to marry happy and speedily, irrespective
of age, wealth or beauty. This information
will coat you nothing, and if you wish to marry,
I will cheerfully assist you. All letters sti ictly
confidential. The deaired Information sent by
return mail, and no questions aaked. Address
SARAH B. LAMBERT,
Greenpoint, Kings Co., New York.
Coasumptlve sufferers will receive a valuable
prescription for the cure of Consumption, Asth
ma, Bronchitis, and all Throat and Lung affec
tioos, free of charge,) by sending their address
to Rxr. EDWARD A. WILSON.
Williamsburg, KingaCo., New York.
TweatyFive, Fifty ernel Oae Haadred
Two or three coats efpsinton your house,
wagon carriage, will add to it in Talue 35
per cent; in Appearance 50 per cent; and in
Durability 100 per cent. Then why don't you
get N. O. Pierce, of White Cloud, to paint up
your rusty old houses and wagons? He will do
it well and cheap. See advertisement in an
other column. Sept. 29.
EotToa or Ciitxr:
Deaa Sia: With your permission, Ijrish to
say to the readers of your paper that I will send
by return mail, to all who wish it, (free,) a
fticipu, with full directions for miking and
using a simple Vegetable Balm, that will effect
ually remote, in ten days, Pimnles, B'otche,
Tan, Freckles, and all impurities of the rkin,
learnt; the same toll, clear, sat lotk and beau
tiful. I wiil alo mail free to those having Bald
Hed,or Rare Faces, simple directions and in
formation that will enable them to start a ful!
growth of Luxurisu Hair, Whiskers, or a
Moustache, in less than thirty days.
All applications answered by return Bail,
. Respectfully yours,
'THOS r. CHAPMAN, Chemist,
831 Broadway, New York.
vA Card do the Safferinf.
SWALLOW two or three hogsheads of "Bu
cliu1 "Tonic Bitters," Sarsaparilla,"
"NerviMjsr Antidotes." Ac, &c, ic, ahd after
Tu are s iafied with the result. then"trVori
bnx of OLD DOCTOR BUCHAN'S ENGLISH
SPECIFIC PILLS and be restored' to health
and vigor in less than thirty days. ,Thcyare
purrly vegetable, pleasant to take.'prompt'and
.alnriry'iif their rfftctson the broker down and
lmtteri.nl "c4nsiitn,t!on. Old and'ynu'ng can
take tlit-m witlfadraiitage Imported aud sold
in thi? Umtel Stiles nnlr hy
No. 427 Bnadwa. New York,
ItTAgent for the United States.
P. S. A Bx of tl.e Pills, securely packed,
will be mailed to any address on-rtccipt c
urice, which is ONE DOLLAR, post paid
ruonry relundeil by the Ai:eiit if e"tire satis
faction is not given. SepU Hr,-3m.
U YOU WISH TO Uir'f UltKU!
ENGLISH SPECIFIC PILLS, .cure in Irss
than 30 days, the worst cases l NERVOUS
NESS, Impotency, Premature Decay, Seminal.
Weakness, Insanity, and all Urinary, Sexual
and nervous affections, no matter from what
esuse produced. Price One Dollar per box.
One Box will perfect the cure in moat casea.
Address JAMES S. BUTLEK,
General Agent, 457 Broadway, N. Y.
Umns States Assxssoa'sOvnrx,
Lawrence. KansasOctober 10, 1864.
NOTICE Ubereby given, that the Special
Income Aseesement in the 3d Division,
comprising the Counties of Jackson, Doniphan,
Br-.wn, Nemaha, Xarsosll, and Washington,
is now complete, and that the list ot assess
ments will be iubjeet to inspection by 'persif
aeseseed, until tbe 17th iast., at the office of F.
H. Drenning, in the town of Elwood. The un
dersigned will be in attendance at, that place
on the 16th insL, at which' time, should any
party deem himself unjustly assessed, be will
attend and make bis appeal. All appeale must
be made ia writing; the reaaona for tbe appeal
clearly stated, aad tbe ,raU supported by tbe
affidavit of tb party Baking the appeal: oth
erwise it will not be considered.
T. J. STERNBERGH,
U. S. Assessor, District of Kansas."
MalaTstreet, "White Cload, Kaasas,
H"as alwava on hand SADDLES, BRI
HABNESSrand everything usually found in
a Saddlery Store,
', -CHEAP FOR CASH. . -Repairing
done'neatly, on the shortest no
Call before purchasing elsewhere, as I can
all as eneaplv as any storewest oris. W
' White Cload, Sept.. IMijlj.
-L: .. , -wm. a iE-wj-sa
Jf JiVX Vrx-sr
onus AMfitntBdvnraetical Phot
ography aad Abwtyig.Mraaoel?rwi
5 ' ii:.. at the'TboiecraUe
cTn or'cHAiLM rwrm m. a
t. aOLB Atntacrtmmm. S
nil at i lAifis
HATK BECIIVED THEIR
FaUaitd Winter Goods
A-4 fcw kaftrfa Larftr ai atre Ctieral .tck wlVf. tkai
-TK--'' wki'eTtrfcwftre eferei, J
,15-THIS PUlTrOF-KANSAS .1
OK IK BXCH
White Clonl. October . IBM.
THE CIIJ.APKST IX TnCTORLD!
. - BECAU3E THII'BEST!
THE WEED SKffLSG"MACHWK1COJIPAl.T.
SOS Braaasravt IT. T.
Msnufactare the most perfect Maehiae fr
Sewin?, of all kindsrrer presented to the
American pnbllc, and challenge comparison
with any Sewing Machine made ia the United
THE WEED MACHIVE, with all their
valuable improvements, entirely evereeae al
iaperfeetlotis. Tbly are
SUPERIOR TO ALL OTHERS,
Fuiiij and UttuT&cturiif fufttn.
Simple in co nstruetioD.durablein all theirparts,
and rttiilf undtriUti. They havf certainty
of stitch on all kinds of fabricke. and era adapt
ed to a wide range of work without change or
adjustment. Uams: all kinds of Thread. Will
Hm, FtU, Bind, Otllir, Br mid, Tutk, Quilt,
Cord, and in fact do all kinds of work required
by Families or Manufacturers. They make
the JnttrUck Shuttlt SCiii. which cannot be ex
celled for firmness, elasticity, and elegance of
They hart Reccircd tht Highest Premium !
in every instance, where they bare been ex
hibited in competition with other standard
Machines. We invite all persons in search of
an instrument to execute any kind of Sewing
done by Machinery, to inspect them, and make
$urt they teeurt tit htil, bv proving the Weed
before purchasing. The Companv being duly
license.:, the Machines are protected agniust
infringements or litigation.
HT PERSONS AT A DISTANCE can or
der by mail with perfect confidence that the
Jtfaeaine will reach them safety, and that they
will be able tn 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 they ni-n to purchase or not. Inscrip
tive Circulars, topelher with bpecimens or
Work, will be furnished to all who desire then,
by mail or otherwise.
ST RELIABLE AGENTS WANTED, in'
all localities in the United States, Caaadaa,
n-Ifrrt. P.ninnu. t-.il.M STAwlAn SAn,l .ml
S"Utb America, Wst India Islands and the
uu. i.."mi.iNi, ti,ci.u. v.cui.i-1 .
Bahama Inlands, to whom weodcrsreatinduce
ments. Energetic men will find it n paying
business, as reliable bewuig Machine bavehe
come a nece sily in every family. We manu
facture a great variety or stjles. from, which
we giv a few prices : No. 2, Family. $.M:
No Etra. 60' No. 2, Half Cae, $C5 and
$75; No. 3 Si 4. Manufacturer. $75 and $64.
WEED SEWISCi MAtH'JJE CO.,
5!lfi Broadway, N. X.
(Box 2.041 Post Office.) ' '
June 16, 1664. '1
The National Claim Agency,"
HAEyEYCOLLINS, jBRAC. fcj
w-V.'-LACbOK, " -gkm;kl
GoTtrnraent A?fnts and Attorseys,
476 Stendh Strut, Wttt,
WASHINGTON. D. C.
"ILAIMS prernted and prosecuted, before
V Cosres, Court ot Claims,
and the De
partmetiLs. -'Fstents, Pensions
Orurrat Iltiainraa Trawtaeled
FRED L. HARVEY, JOHN F. COLLINS.
or WSSHIIST'IS CITV
or ciNcninaTi. onto.
April 2.1, 18G3-3W.
or niw roax.
IRA J. LACOCK,
Or HIAWATHA, KANSAS.
TURNER, FKAZEft & WILLIAMS,
43D DtALKli IV
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS.
No. 7 FOURTH STREET,
Soatk f Teette it Farleixa's,
ST. JOSEPH, MISSOURI.
Marsh 24, ltC4-tf.
THE undersigned baa just openesT, at lesk
ett'eold ataad, in Wkite Cload, a aew
Family & Miscellaneous Groceries,
DCH At 1
COFFEE, SUGAR, TEA,
, VTJrEGAE, OYSTERS,
NtTTS, CANDIES, C,
tn,). k will sell at the loweat liviae prices
for Cash. He intend tkeeaiag up his eteck,
and to be at all tiaaee prepared teeccoainaedat
his caatnsaers. The pablie are solicited to (rive
hies a call. , . MlLivnuii.
White Cloud, April ia. iavi-rsa. 1
wkirml-and reltable treataieat ia
Import ' - HOWARD ASSOCIATIOy
Seatby . h -ij htiareawtopeeree ef
rCrn. AdirieT.Jr-WLtrjfHpUCH bBedI8yealstr,.eix. smm.'mU
asjss,fBaaSta',li. '. fMrSTflt" Hdla C as, S ISSaW. tii .hrt
AJTG1 TO ' i I ' '
' BAILEY &. NOYES.
LEMON,--IIQSEA & GO,,
No. 5; 'Fourth St.,
7 BT. JOSEPH. M0,
Keep a Large Stock of
MERCHANTS ARE REQUESTED
TO GIVE THEM A CALL
Prices Guaranteed to be as Low as
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
May 12, 18C4-Gm.
Superior to any in the Market,
I T is ned by first class families everywhere,
a. nnit nishiy recommended for nervous and
dyspeptic persons, beW verr nutrious and free
1 fmra 11 Hpltprintia iiK.tnf.a In Ifialininnv
ri,:..t. 1 ,. ..:-... r .1.- J.r'
minent Physicians and Chemi'tein theCounlrv.
n. .. . ... . . .
irvitanuou will De sure to continue its use
in preference to any othi r.
Sold at retail lor Twenty-Five Cents per
found by First class Urocera throughout the
XT' A liberal discount to tbe Trade.
Put up onlv by
LEWIS A. OSBORN.
Wholesale Depot, 69 Warrm St., New York.
June 16, 1664.
PRO BONO PUBLICO!.
To thp CJtitcns; or White" Cloiid nnd
Adioi'tinr Town and Country,
Far nod Near, ltr Knnsa, ' j
Nebraska and" jtflsaonri. ,.,
N. O. PIERCE,
HAVING located in 'White Cloud, Kansas,
is prepared to do al.kinda of work in his
line, such as ' "" "'
House and Sign. Painting,
GRAINING, PAPER HANGINO,
VARNISHING, OILING. c. 4c.
Alsi, Wamns and Carriage, old or new,
painted nr rep tinted.
Satisfsctioti given and work warranted in all
; Ordrrs lelt at ny Shop. oppisite.BaiIey"s
Sfire, or at the Vtratidali Hou.-e will receive
ptompl attention. '
N. O. PIERCE.
White Cloud, Sept. 8, 1664- tf.
SIDNEY TENNENT. CYRUS C. CAMP
TENNENT & CAMP,
AT'TQRNHYS AT LAW,
TROT. D0NIPHAH 00., KAHSA8.
To Disabled Soldiers, Seamen aad Ma1
nnes, and Widows or otaer Heirs of
those who hare Died or bees Killed
ia the Service. "
CHAS. C. TITOKER1-"
Attorasy for Claimants, Beanty LaatTand
rvuwa aBMi) ,
WASHINGTON CITY, D. C.
PENSIONS procured for Soldiers, Seamen
and Marines of the present war, who are
disabled by reason of .wounds received or dis
ease contracted while in service; ana rensions.
Bounty Money and arrears of ray obtained for
widows or or other heirs ol tnose woo nave died
or been killed while in service.
Bounty Land procured for services in any of
tbe other wars. UHAS. u. l UUKK,
ao v. 7, 61-tf. Washington , D. C
(At Ituffner's Old Stand,)
WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS,
Has just opened a large stock of
Consisting, in part, of
DRT GOODS, GROCERIES,
BOOTS A SHOES, PROVISIONS.
QUEENSWARE. c, e,".
Likewise a large ataek of
Csstlmes's BeaiT'Miie Clttklig
AND Fs7RNISBlNG GOODaV
- - t
Which be eaaeell at aa lottarieea aa they can
i. WELL-SPItmG 0FH0PE
CAN BE FOUND IN
Hol I o way's Pills;
a of oed Cheer! The Siakiac saay
BY THE V5K OF
The history of these grtat Rsraedtea U the
asost woadarful josdieal reelation thatjhs
world has ever known. It establishes the all
important fact that vautru, and in what-
cvaa saara iuternsl disease siis'U, the disin
fscticj, searcbitis; and healing properties of the
Pills are fully cu.ual.to ita subjection and core.
and that, with, the Ointment, tbey are .
Tbe Great Ambassadors of Health to all
This is cot a hiitory written by one man, or
even dsrive-l from tbe experieaces ot one na-.
tion. It consists of a compilation of testimo
nials from the sick of arery country an unim
peachable record, tbe like of which has never
been ad Juced In favor of.any discovery or .in
rention since time began. ,
These, IlJjghtrHealers, World Known and
World Tried, are a Boon to the Sick.
The want of a sterling medicinal to meet the
ills and necessities of the sufferiag portion of
humanity, and one entirely free from mineral
and other deleterious partie'es, was severely
felt till this all powerful medicine was ushered
into the world; Uou war's Imvalbablx Piua
have become the household atator of all ca
tions. Their attribute js to raxrr.iT aa well aa
to euai; they attack the aaoix oa aooT of the
complaint, and thus, by rsmeving tbe hidden
cause of disease, re-invigorate and restore the
drooping energies of the system, assisting na
ture in her task of vital and rr.ieTiosAar aa
Disorders of the Stomach
Are the sources ( of the deadliest maladies.
Their effect js to vitiate all the fluids of tbe
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 tbo secretive organs cro the
ilood iTsrxr, change tbe state of the system
from sickness to health, by exercising a simul
taneous aad wholesome effect uson all its parts
Woman, in all her Difficulties.
Is invited to test the regulating and restora
tive powers of this harmless but 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 of thou
sands of nnimpeicluble witnesses.
Bilious Maladies, Sic., &e.'
In whatever form disease atucks the liver.
it is repelled anl exterminated by this search
ing, painless, aud irresistible curative. Bilious
remittents, bilious purging, and all the ordina
ry disorders of the organ, indicated by pain in
the right side and between the shoulders, ycl-lowr.e-'S
of the whites oftho eye s, weakness and
debility, &c, are relieved and rcmored by the
remedywith a celerity which astonishes the
sufferers and their friends. Let the sick, whom
the faculty bare abindjncd, resort with confi
dence to.ijijg powerful antiJlious scent, and
a restoralipp tohealth and 'activity will be the
DyspepsiaDiarrhoeaiWeakness; Sic. .r
The terrible hodily,anJt mental pangs which
characterize Dyspepsia, are at once mitigated
by the Pills. Diirrhcea, constipation, head
ache, physical prostration, nervlms tremors,
hot flushes, spasm, 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 tbe disorders connected with .it, or grow
ing out of it, tbe Pills are alwaya to be relied
on, when every other medicine and mode of
treatment has utterly failed.
Holloway's Pills are the best Remedy kaswn
ia the World for the following Diseases:
Fever and Ague,
Lownsss of Spirits,
8 tone aad'Gravel,
Worms of all kinds.
If the reader of this "notice" eanaotget a
bos of Pills or Ointment from the drugstore ia
bis place, let him write to me, enclosing the
amount, and I will mail a box free of expense.
Many dealers will not keep my medicines on
hand, because they canaot make aa much pro
fit as on other persons' make. - L
. None are genuine unless the words " Holla
wwy. Acts Ytrk and London," are discernible
aaa rYater-awriin every leaf of the book of
djtections around each box; tbe same may be
plainly seen by asfrfiao- lie leaftt tht ligkt. A
handsome reward will be given to any oae ren
dering such information as may lead to the
detection of any party or parties counterfeiting
tbe medicines or vending the same, knowing
them to be spurious.
aSold'at the manufactory of Profeewr
HOLLOW AY, 0 Maiden Lane, New York,
and.by all respectable Druggists and Dealers
in Medicine throughout tbe UnitedtStatea aad
the ctTJliaed werid. In boxes, U-.3S .eta; 89
eenta, aad $1.40 each. jo, c .
H. N. SEAVER.
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I 1 fl sfl I i Ba
m I ill I 'IV
I II HI
-ajre .jijsT aaECErvi3Vs& their
JIsWVl!. atlinaTl WW BinefOaT adetanhsflsa f
JL SaUIm WW AUIiJa. A WUSo "
-A.T O. JPm ttaTNTJSTGUSV OTiT STAND.
DRY GOODS, GKOCEKIES,
Hats and Capsf Boots arid Shoes,-
TOGETHER WITH '
A LAEGE ASSORTMENT OF EEADY MADE OLOTHINGr
tVith all other Articles usually kept in a Variety or Country Stow.
.White Cloud, 8eptember8, 1864-tf. SEAVER t JENNINGS: '
THE FARMER'S HOME JEWEL!
HENDERSON'S PATENT1 LOOM!!
A GRAND INVENTION.
IT WEAVES DOESKIN.
IT WEAVES JEANS,
IT WEAVFS LINSET,
IT WEAVES PLAIN CLOTH,
IT WEAVES CARPETS,
IT WEAVES TWEED,
IT WEAVES SEAMLESS SACKS,
IT WEAVES COTTON,
f IT WEAVES WOOL,
IT WEAVES FLAX,
IT WEAVES HEMP.
raiNK wTXacr. a. onitis. t. laew.ixLL.
FRANK M. TRACY & CO.,
TJ AVING PURCHASED OF THE PAT
-li- entee the Patent Right for the State of
Kansas, these new Looms will be for sale in
every County in Kansas. Every Farmer can
have a perfect Loom in bis own house for
THIRTY DOLLARS !
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
up the Cloth, the wearing being all done by
working tbe Lathe. The Web is is sized, Spool
ed, Warped, Beamed and Drawn in the nsuai
manner, enabling tbe wearer to use the Loom
with but little instruction. And as they aro
CHEAP AND SUBSTANTIAL,
and not liable to get out of order, and will
weave three times as fast as the common Loom,
they exactly 11 a large and increasing demand
among farmers, for seme 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 these racTs ire are enabled to
offer to the Farmers and Mechanics of Kansas,
a business, both profitable to tlicmclvc9 and
of general and lasting benefit to tbe communi
ty, relieving it to a great extent of tbe contin
ual drain on its cash resources. The Ohio
Sute Board of Agriculture, lfcol, awarded the
first premium, n Diploma, aud it has ts.ken the
first Premium by the Sttte Board of Agricul
ture, of Kentucky, ia 1S63.
was awarded it at the last New York State
Fair. Call and see a full sized end rigged
Loom in complete operation. Orders for Looms
solicited from the
MERCHANTS AND BUSINESS MEN
ol Kansas. Farmer and other c in be supplied
at any time by the Manufacturers. All letters
of inquiry containing a ft imp for return postage
will be promptly answered.
ST Circulars containing full description nf
tne Loom, with tne most simple directions for
using it, will be sent on appl.cttinn tjj ,
Address, FRANK M. TRACY k CO.,
June 9, 1604-ily. "" ' i
Ao 11W Work to gireil or Split.
' No Thumb Serrtct to get out of Order.
Warranted With or Wfthoiil. Coj-Wlie e!?.
T'T took the FIRST PREMIUM at Fifty
Seven State and County Fiir- in IbS'S, and
is, without en exception, tiie, best Wringer ever
mtdJr " " "
Patented in the United Sutei, England,
Canada, and Australia. Agents waited in ev
er own, nnd in all parts ot the world.
Energetic agents can make from 3 to 10
Dollars per day.
Simple Wringer sent Express-paid, on rc
ceii t of price.
No. 2, $6 50. No. 1, J7.50. No. F, $8.50.
No. A, $9 50.
Manufactured and sold, wholesale and re
THE PUTNAM MANUFACTURING CO.,
No. 13 Piatt Street, New York,
and Bennington, Vt.
S. C. NORTHROP. Agent.
WHAT EVERYBODY KNOWS, vix:
That Iron well galvanixed triU net rutt; I
That a timpU machine is better than a compli
That a Wringer shonld be telf-nijiatinj, dura
ble, and efficient;
ThaL.TAum& Serein and Fattening! cause de
lay and trouble to regulate and keep in
That wood soaked In hot water uill ttctll,
thrink and nlit;
That-wood bearings for tbe shaft to ran in trill
- wear out;
That tbe Putnam Wringer, with or without
cog-wheels, will aol tear ike ctttkei;
That cog wheel regulators are not essential;
That the, Putnam Wringer haa all the advan
tages, and not, one of the disadvantages
above named; ,
That all who have iasted it, pronounce it the
.test. Wringer ever made;
That it will wring a Thread or a Bid-Quilt
We might fill the paper with testimonial!),
but insert only a few to convince the skeptical,
if such there be; and we say to all, test Put
nam's Wringer. Test it THOROUGHLY with
ANY and ALL others, and if Act enti-ely sat
isfactory, return it ' ' ,
Pefasra Manufacturing Ca.t
Gextluie.1: I know, frota craetieal ex
perience, that iron well ralr&nized with xine
will not oxidize crruslone particle. The Put
nam Wringer is as near perfect as possible, and
I can cheerfully recommend it to be the best
in use. Kwp-ctfuliy yours.
JNO. AV. WHEELER,
Cleveland, Ohio. -Majryjyeara'
experience in, the. galvanising
business, enafile me to indorao the above state
ment in aUftrticnUr.
JNO, C. LEFFERTS,
. No.JC0 BeekmaaSt.
New .York, Janosry, 1SG4. ,
We have tesea Putnam's Clothes Wrinjrer
by practical working, and know that it win do.
It ia cheap; it is simple; it requires no room,
"whethcrat work or at re t,; a child can operate
it; Udoettta duty" thcrougnl': it sa'cs time
and it avea wear and tear We earnest'y.ad
vise all who have am ci washing to do, with all
1 tellkrtat persona who have ari. to bey this
Wriaaer. ItwillpavrfariHaUt ia a year at
asett? HeeTBOAAC RJULIYW
Sat4.S,lrS4 a-f i rS -r -
... . -.. .. - . jsjjjrjsjjjja.
317 Broadway, Sew York.
1 i was pronounced superior to all others at
J- tbe World's Fair, in London, 16G2. It took
tbe First Premium at the great Fair of the
AMERICAN INSTITUTE, in New York
City, 1S63, here the judges were practical
mechanics, and appreciated COG-WHEELS.
It Toor the First Pkemicm at thb
New Yoke State Faie, 13C3 and 1863.
Vermont Stte Faie, 18S3.
Pem.istltania Statb Faib, 18S3.-
IantAiA State Faii, 1863. ,
Iowa State Faie, 1863.
Illinois State Faii, 186J.
Ann at Cobktt Fairs witbott h casta.
SELF-ADJUSTING AND ADJUSTABLI I
It Bavss Time, labor, Clothes, and r Honey.
It is easily and firmly secured to tbe tab er
Washing-machine, and' will fit tubs of any site
or shape. It is simple in its construction, aad
does not easily get out of repair.
It is not only n PERFECT WRINGER, bat
tbe Coc- heels cive it a POWER which ren
ders it a mest excellent washer, pressing and
separating, as it does, the dirt with the water.
Irom the Clothes.
Any Washerwoman can use it t Child tea
years old can use it.
It will save its cost svcit 6 months, in the
saving of clothes.
C3,S1S BOxVZf IX ISCS.
No. rr.ICES. SireofBeller.
1. Large Family $19 llin. 2JJin.
K Medium IO 11',' in. lTfin.
. .ucu ramiir s an '.). in.
2J. small 7SO10in.
3. Small " 0 50 b)i in.
8. Large Hotel IS 14 In.
18. Med. Lanndrv SO 17Jrfin.
22 Larco " 30 17!iin.
r. . . .. .. " . -i".
Nos. 16 nnd 22 to run by Steam or Hand.
ruueys, 54 perpair. '
Nos. 2 . and 3 have have Small Rolls and
NO COGS, all others arc
This mr:ns, especially, that aftsr a
ruouuis ue the lower roll
WILL NOT TWIST ON THE SHAFT, '
AimI tear th Clothing, as is the caie withour
No. 3, bikI other Wringers without Cog-wheels.
In our monthly ealss of over 5,000, only from "
one to two dozen are without Cogs. In our'
retail eale, we have not sold one in nearly two '
years: j ins shows whu-n style is appreciated
by the publ'cT This is the only Wringer with
The Patent Cos-Wheel Regulator,
And though other Wrinscr-makeM are licens
ed to ue our Rubber rolls, yet 1 one ate ever
licensed to p8 tho Cog'-nlietl Regulator:'
Therefore, for cheapness and durability,' bar
On receipt of the price, from places where
no one is selling, wc will send tbe U. C. W.
rare or ExrtNSK.
What we cr-eciaily want is a good .' "y
CANVASSER , f.
In every town. We offer liberal inducements,
and guarantee the exclusive'ile: -
R. C. BROWNING, General Agent, "V
347 Uroadwav, New'York. ' ' ;
June9,16C4. " "';
NEW YORK & PHILADELPHIA ,
Ornamental Iron Vrorks.. :'
rtHE subscribers having formed a eonnee
X tion with Mesrs. Wood L rxOT,of Phll'
adelphia, under the above title, are prepare!!
to furnish every descriotion of
0EHAHE2TTAL IHON W0EZ,
Cast, Wrought and Wire nailings, "'.
CEMETERY LOTS, DWELLINGS.
PUBLIC SQUARES, tc.
Verandahs, Circular & Straight Stairs,
DOORS, WINDOW GUARDS,
Stable Fixtures, Fountains, Vases, As, .
Also, having purchased of the late flrm'C. '
Hutchinson & Wickcrsham, Canal Street, thak
entire stoek cf
BEDSTEADS, CRADLE?, FUBSITUttB, &c
they now oficr to tbe public, at their Nf,'-.
THE MOST EXTENSIVE STOCK OzT;J
onAMsivnAr. iro.t aobjm ,
to be found in the United States. Tliev bav.' .
also purchased of the NEW YORKW.Illl
RAILING CO., the patent rieht and machine
ry for making r f
Wire Hailing, Firm fence, Window fluank
GRATING, COA1. SCREENS, ,c.;
endwill eontinue tht Kxclcsiti Manufaetm'
of the same at tkt ir Work.
, JCHASE i CO- t
(Oppotiu Sh NickoUt Hotel.) -
524 Bkoadwat, Nxw Yosi
Orders may be sent through the Ameskv
AnvERTisixa Astacr, 3(9 Broadway, ,Nsv
Yoik. ' Sept. 8, 1S64.
TheCHBAPESTJEWEI.ltY HOUSE in the ffori J
4,318 PircxR or .Assortso Jewilbt roa $50- .,;
A COMPLETE List of Fine Gold. Plafiii'-f
t- and Oride Jewelry, sent free. Addrsae '
J. A. SALISBURY, Acixt. . i
Feb 26-'C3 Sw. PaoviDSjtca, ,. .
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J, D BBU,MBAUGH;f
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