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HAVE RECEIVED THEIRy
Fall and fflttfcf Good,
Ail fear, oi band a Larger aid Bore Scleral Ittck f CMta tkai
oC- was etir before offered
IPC THIS PART OF KANSAS I
WHICH THET FFIR LOW, F0
T OR IK EXCHAJTGI FOR -
WhiU Cloud, Octobtr 6, 1864.
model mm 'MUM
THEjCHIlAPEST IX TBI WORM)!
BECAUSE THE BEST !
A'oREATLY REDUCED PRICIf .
THIu'TCfiE. SEWING MACHIKB-COMFaNI,
I 08 -Bread way, 1C.?Y..
lianufaesare the mod perfect Maohiie fer
Sewing, of all kinds, ever presented to the
American' public, aud' challenge comparison
Kith any Saving Machine made in the United
;THEWEED MACHINE, with all their
valuable improvements, entirely overcome all
lmperieeuons. i ney aro
SUPERIOR TO ALL OTHERI,
! at FOa
ffiuij ud Manufacturing Parptitt.
Simple in construction , datable in all their parti,
nd readily undertei. Thej hare certainty
of stitch" on all klndsof fabricks.and are adapt
ed to a ,wide.rango of work without change or
adjustment: Using all kinds of Thread. Will
Htm, Ftll,Bind, Gather, Braid, Tuck, Quilt,
Cord, and in fact do all kinds of work required
by- Families or Manufacturers. They make
the Interlock Shuttlt SUk. which cannot be ex
celled for firmness, elastisity, and elegance ef
They bars Received the Highest Frenirjau!
In"every instance, where they hare 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
lure they ttcure the best, by proving the Weed
before purchasing. The Company being duly
licensed, the Machines are protected against
infringements or litigation.
Cp PERSONS AT A DISTANCE can or
der by mail with perfect confidence that the
Machine will reach them safely, and that they
will be able-to manage it to their entire satis
faction, with so other aid than the printed in
structions accompanying each Machine. Every
explanation will be cheerfully given to all,
whether they wish lo purchase or not, Discrip-
tive Circulars, together with Specimens of
Work, will be furnished to all who desire then,
by mail or otherwise.
A3- RELIABLE AGENTS WANTED, in
all localities in the United States, Caaadas,
British Provinces, Cuba, Mexico, Central and
South America, "West India Islands and the
Bahama Islands, to whom we oSergreat induce
ments. Energetic men will find it a paying
business, as reliable Sewing Machines have be
come a necessity in every family. We manu
facture a great variety of styles, from which
we give a few prices: No. 2, Family. $50;
No. 2. Extra, $60; No. 2, Half Case, $65 and
$75; No. 3 4 4, Manufacturing, $75 and $85.
WEED SEWING MACHINE CO.,
506 Broadway, N. Y.
(Box 2,041 Post Office.)
June 16, 1864.
fcThe National Claim Agency,"
HAEVEY, COLLINS, BRACE, &
Government Agents and Attoriejs,
476 Sevtnth Strict, Witt,
" WASHINGTON, D. C.
CLAIMS presented and prosecuted, before
Congress, Court of Claims, and the De
partments. Patents, Pensions and Bounty
, General Business Transacted,
FRED. L. HARVEY, JOHN F. COLLINS,
Or WASHINGTON CITT. I OF NEW TORI.
JULIUS BRACE, f IRA J. LACOCK,
Or CIHCMIf ATI, OHIO. I OF HIAWATHA, KANSAS.
April 23, 1863-3w.
TURNER, FRAZER & WILLIAMS,
$'& G G 1 1
AMD DEALERS 1ST
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS.
:No. 7 FOURTH STREET,
South of Tootle Parisian's,
Marsh 84, ll.4-t
THE undersijned has just opened, at Beck
ett's old sttid, in White Close, a aew
Eaailj & Miscellaneous Groceries,
SUCH A3 .
COFFEE, SUGAR, TEA,
TTUTS, CANDIES, AC,
Which rie-witi sell at the lowest living puces,
for Cash. He intend skeepiie; p his stock,
and to be at all times prepared to accommodate
his customers. 'The public are solicited to give
Jiimacall. MILTON UTT. '
White Claud, April 16, ifcJ-m.
HOWARD ASSOCIATION, '
DISEASES OF THE NERVOUS, SEM
INAL, URINARY AND SEXUAL
SYSTEMS new and reliable treatment in
Reports of the HOWARD ASSOCIATION
Sent by mail in sealed letter envelopes, free of
large. Address, Dr. J. MULLINHOUCH.
TOjfVIowurd AssWatis, Kesris 1Mb
L - i ,
BAILEY & NOYES.
LEMON, HOSEA & CO.,
No. 5, Fourth ;tt.,
ST. JOSEPH,' HO ,
Keep a Large Stock of
MERCHANTS ARE REQUESTED
TO GIVE THEM A CALL
Prices Guaranteed to be is Low as
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
May 12, 1864-6m.
Superior to any in the Market
IT is used by first class families everywhere,
and highly recomtnended for nervous and
dyspeptic persons, being very nutrious and free
from all deleterious substances, in testimony
of which I hare certificates from the most em
minent Physicians and Chemists in the Country.
Try it and you will be sure to continue its use
in preference to any other.
Sold at retail for Twenty-Five Cents per
Found by First class Grocers throughout the
ID" A liberal discount to the Trade.
Put up only by
LEWIS A. OSBORN.
Wholesale Depot, 69 Warren St., New York.
June 16, 1KU4.
PRO BONO PUBLICO!
To the Citizens of White Cloud and
Adjoining Towns and Country,
Far and Near, In Kansas
Nebraska and Missouri.
N. O. PIERCE,
HAVING located in White Cloud, Kansas,
is prenared to do all kinds of work in his
line, such aa ,
House and SFgn Painting,
GRAINING, PAPER HANGING,
VARNISHING, OILING. 4c. 4c.
Also, Waroas and Carriages, old or aew.
painted or repainted.
bauslaction given and work warranted in all
Orders left at ny Shoe ODnosite Bailev's
Store, or at the Verandah House will receive
N. O. PIERCE.
White Cloud, Sept. 8, 1864- tf.
SIDNEY TENNENT. CYRUS C. CAMP
TENNENT & CAMP,
ATTORNEYS ST tftWt
TE0Y, DONIPHAN CO. KANSAS.
To Disabled Soldiers, Seamen and Jfa
rines, and Widows or' other Heirs of
those who have Died or been Killed
in the Service.
CHAS. O. TTTCKER.
Attorney for Claimants, Bounty Land and
WASHINGTON CITY, D. C.
DENSIONS procured for Soldiers. Seamen
A, and Marines of the present war, who are
disabled by reason of wounds received or' dis
ease contracted while ia service; and Pensions,
Bounty Money and arrears of Pay obtained for
widows or or ower neirs of tnose wno nave died
or been killed while in service. "
Bounty Land procured fox services In any of
m uimrwars. unaa. u. (UtjaCK,
nov. 7, 61-tf. "- ' - Washington, D. C
(At Ruflner's Old Stand,)
WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS,
Has just opened a large stock of
Consisting, in part, of
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
BOOTS k SHOBS, PROVISIONS,
QUEENSWARE, Ac, 4e., km.
Likewise a Isrge slock of
GHtleMea's Reaiy-ffaie CUtkiig
AND FURNISHING GOOD,
Which he eaa sell at as low prices as they ean
be obtained in anv Western eitv.. FiesM-aall
beorep4rsttls elsewaaiwi vsh -. v:
CAN BE FOUND lit
Be effstlCkHtl Taa Siaklue; aaay
BY THE USE OF
- The history of these great Kemedies is" the
oat woiderful iaedical revelation that1 the
world has ever known. It establishes Ihe all
important fact that wamxvxi, and in what-
xrn isiR internal disease exists, the disln-'
fecting, searching and healing properties of the
Fills are lully equal to its subjection ana care,
and that, with the Ointment, they are
Tbe Great Amlassadors of health to all
This is not a history written by one man, or
even derif ed from the experiences ot 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, World Khowtf 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 other deleterious partie'es, was severely
felt till this all powerful medicine was ushered
into the world ; Hoiaowat's Invalvasix-Pills
have become thenosszaoLn'iniior of alliia-
tiens. Their attribute is to raxvriiT as'well as
to mi; they attack the aaniz na soot of the
complaint, and thus, by remeving the hidden
cause of disease, re-invigorate and restore 'the
drooping energies of the system, assisting na
ture1 id her task of vital and roffeTioNAsr
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? Tbey sleanse the
bowels, regulate the liver, bring the relaxed or
irritated stomach into a natural condition, and,
acting through the secretive organs cro" thc
zlood ITSIU, change the state of the system
from sickness to health, by exercising a simul
taneous and wholesome effect upon nil its parte
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 lifo 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 unimpeachable witnesses.
Bilious Maladies, &c, &C.11
In whatever form disease attacks the liver,
it is repelled and exterminated by this search
ing, painless, and irresistible curative. Bilious
remittents, bilious purging, and all the ordina
ry disorders of the organindicated by pain in
the right side and between the shoulders, yel
lowness of the whites of the ryes, weakness and
debility, 4c, are relieved and removed by the
remedy, with a celerity which astonishes the
sufferers and their friends. Let the stck, 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 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. Aa a specific for dyspepsia,
and the disorders connected with it, or grow
ing ont of it.'the Pills are always 'lo be relied
on, when every other medicino and mode of
treatment has utterly failed. "
Holloway's Fills are the best Remedy known
in the World for the following Diseases:
Dropsy, I "'
Fever and Ague;
Indigestion, c '
Inflammation, ' '
Lownsis of Spirits '
' Stone and Gravel,
,7 Venereal Affections,
vWornis of all kinds.
If the reader of this "notice" cannot1 get a
box of Pills or Ointment'from th'i drug store in
his place, let him write to mer enclosing the
amount, and I will mail a box free of expense1.
Many dealers will not keep my 'medicines on
hand, because they canaot make as much pro
fit as on other persons' make. ": - ri
None are genuine unless the words M ffoUe
trey, Je Yeri and London,'"- an,($scruibfe
as a Water-mark in every leaf of thV&Ook ef
detections around each box; the same may be I
plainly seen by haldmg the leaftt tit light. A
handsome reward will be given to any one ren
dering sucb information as may lead to the
detection of any party or parties counterfeiting
the medicines or vending the ssme, knewing
tnem to be spurious.
.Sold at the manufactory of Professor
HOLLOW AY, 80 Maiden Lane, New York,
aad by all respectable Druggists -and Dealers
in Medicine throughout the United States and
the civiUted world, in boxes, at 35 eeats, 88
oents, and $1.40 each.
CrjRI ft H5SsUpw'v-iTl
wrstsastJ 'II uW
-zl n. i ' at i
dn . O.xrTrf w&rCV?j
, .r, fr
S ' w-gysa mrm f.ygrtX
rr - J f, ,, i - JPT h .
W W' ? .? 'MVr .
A'l II I IIs IP II 1W
illJIIIjll w iliiii
r ".fc , -umpm
"Fall" and Winter Goods!
.p o- i.a5m&raaTsftS4p Hdhf
. DHY GOODS,
Hats and CapsBootsand Shoes,
! I "TpQETHElfM 51 rI
A LASGE iOETMENT QEREADT MADE 0L0THIN&,
With all other Articles usually kept in a Variety or Country Store. ,,7
White Cloud, September 8, 18641
JSSL rARMEB'SHO'MB: JEWEL' !
A, GRAND INTENTION.
i ' jz '
IT WEAVES DOESKIN, -j
IT WEAVES JEANS, '
rlT WEAVES LINSEY.
' ITWEAVES KERSEY,
IT WEAVES PLAIN CLOTH,
IT WEAVES TWEED,
IT WEAVES SEAMLESS SACKS,
IT WEAVES.COTTONJ- i',
v ' ITfc WEAVES WOOfcIs
IT WEAVES FLAX,
IT WEAVES HEMP.
vkank u. TiAcr. n. csahah. sT bsowkxll.
FRANK M. TRACY & CO.,
TTAVING PURCHASED OF THE PAT-
XX enteenhe P.tent Right for" tDfct!State of
nansas, mesenew ijooms win oe lor saie iu
everv Countv in Kansas. Every Farmer can
have a perfect Loom in hispwn.houso
v-Lt-t ii' i. il.h-j.a .-. ..v' wi A.t. r hi
common Hand Loom. It Tread the Treadles,
throws ihc Seattle) lets off the Web, and takes
up thV Cloth', -the weaving being all done by
working the Lathe.The,, Web is is sized, Spool-
1 UII JJUUlUia 1UHUUCU V M,C M,7 pin u uc
ca, narpeOfiieaiaea aimurajiu m iuc usuai
manner, enabling the weaver tonse'th"e Loom
with but little instruction. And as they are
. CHEAP AND-SUBSTANTIAL,
and not liable to cet out of order, and will
weave three times as fast as the common Loom,'
they exactly fill n large and increasing demand
among farmers, for some easy, healthy, and
speedy way of converting their own produc
WOOL AND FLAX INTO CLOTHING,
which tliey.find it to their interest todo on ac
count of the high price of the manufactured
article." From these facts c are enabled to
offer to the Farmers and Mechanics of Kansas,
a business, both profitable to themselves and
of eeneral and lasting benefit to the communi
ty, relieving t Joa great extent of the contin
ual drain on its cash resources. The Ohio
State Boardof Agriculture, 1861, awarded the
first premium, a Diploma, and it has taken the
nrst Premium by tlieswte Hoard oi .Agricul
ture, of Kentucky, ia 1863.
A SILVER MEDAL
was awarded it at the last New York State
Fair. Call and sec -a full sized 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 Mannfacturers. All letters
of inquiry containing a stamp for return postage
will be promptly answered.'
C Circulars containing full description of
me ijoom, wnn me mossimpie directions lor
using it, will be sent On application .Q
Address, FRANK M.TRACY & CO.,
PUTNAM, CLOTHES .WRINGER,
L IT IS THE .ONLY- RELIABLE
JVo Wood-Wsr to Swell or Split.
No Thumk Bdft&lli get. out of 'Order.
Warrantea With' or'-Without Cog-Wheels,
IT took' tne 'FIRST 'PREMIUM at Fifty
Seven State and County Fairs in 1863, and
is, witSmWiS txcijtii'iht bett Wringer ever
made. ' .
Patented in the United States, England,
Canada, and Australia. Agents wanted in ev
ery town, and in all parts of the world.
Energetic agents can make from 3 to 10
Dollars per day.
Sample'Wnnger sect Express-paid, on re
ceipt of price.
No. 2. $6 50. No. 1, $7.50. No. F, $8.50.
No. A, $9 50.
Manufactured and sold, wholesale and re
THE PUTNAM MANUFACTURING CO.,
No. 13 Piatt Street, New York,
, t and Bennington, Vt. ,"
t S. C. NORTH ROPv A'gent.
WHAT EVERYBODY KNOWS? vi:
That'Iron well gilfanixedW nolrUit; J
That a iple machine isbeltetlECnla compli?
That a Wringer should he dfdiutiinstdura-
ble, and efficient; MMiiiv .fi
That Thumb-Sereteiiioi Pditeniriyt cause Vc-
t lay and irsuUntotregulate and keep in
, order; - i bi " -j i! T - t!
That wood soaked in hot .water txeM,
sArinJtndf;i' , L jf
That wootl.bearingsorjthe shaft to run to wtU
""ieear'iut;' j. , ""a.n
That the Putnap Wnnger, with ort without
cog-wheels, will liot tear ihe clothe; f
That cog wheel regulators "are not essential; (
That the Pntnam Wringer has all the advan
tages, and net on of the disadvantages
' above named;' " "t,r tv-o c
That all who have letted itj pronounce it the
test Wringer ever made; ' t si
That it will wring ,-Thread or a Bed-Quilt
without -AiraaATioir.- - i ""
We might fill'the paper with testimonials,
but insert only si few to convince the skeptical,
if such there be; and we say to all, tett Put
nam's Wringer. rTestit THOROUGHLY with
ANY and ALL others, and-if not entiiely sat-
istactory, return U- ,ic.ji -
fataan. Manufacturing Co.: ' . 1 .
Gt!TTtEiirj:-Iki)OW, from-practical ex
perience, that ironweUJIgalyo4zel "ith zinc
will not oxidize or rust one particle. The Tut
nam Wringer is as near perfect as possible, and
'lean cheerfully recommend it to be tne best
nsee AC MBespectfuIIJryonrs. Z. . rC W
business, enable mcto indorse Jbe above sute
ment in rnQprnrtieuIar.""'9' , ,
..'" . "WriTr! T.l7Fl7X.nT.QJ I
J .- ,.! W. s... & fc... m w.
''"'"'di iJl'NoJ3tXl Beekmatfae
New YorkyJanaary, 1864. , H
WeJiave tested- Putnam's Clothes Wringer
, i.i r C'l .f l.H. U, I, :tt J
uj prmcucai worming, auu muv ,, M'
It is cheap; it is simple; it requires -ao room,
whether -at work, or at rest; a child can operate
it;it floes Its dnty thoronghlv; it saves 'time
aad it save wear and. Veer. We earnesUyad
vise all who have jasci washing to do, with all
ssssBUUSsssssMSsassssssw , ,,,, - i .-iLi..llSwfcJN
r !, t', -kfisi
' ir"-r;r- ". -s s.w.vnw -j-i
VI 3 Ma JSV J
347 Broadway, New York. 7
IT was pronounced superior to all others at
the World'ai-'airi inLondon;1863.i; It took
the, First Prcmitim-at the great Fair'of-ths
AMERICAN INSTITUTE. in NewYork
City, 1863. ohere the judges were prvjtical
It took the First Pjiuhcm at the
Nxw York State Fair, 186J and 1863.
PxkVstLtaniaState Fair, . 1863.
., 1kdia5aStat Fair, l. 1863..
Jowa State-Fair.1 - -1863.1
lixiaoia State -Jair, - : I86S.1
A.id.at Countv Fairs wiTaoor acasx.
It Saves Time," labor, Clothes, 'and HoneyH
.It is easily, and firmly, secured to. the tub, or f
Washing machine, and will fit tubs of any size
or shape. It is simple in its coustructionand
does not easily get out of repair. .
It is not only a PERFECT WRINGER, bat
the Cog-wheels give it a POWER which ren
ders' it a most excellent wASiixa, pressing and
separating, as it does, the diet with the water,
from the Clothes.
Any Washerwoman can use it a Child ten'
years old can use it.
It will save its cost every 6 months, in the
saving of clothes.
S3,8XS SOI.O ir 1S03.
No. TRICES. SizeofBnllcr.
I3 llj-in. 2'in.
IO HKin. ljiiu.
2. Med Family
3. "Small "
8. Large Hotel
18. Med. Laundry
S50 DJin. lin.
7 SO 10 in. l?Sin.
14 in. 2 in.
17 in. 2 in.
Nos. 18 and 22 to run by Steam or Hand.
l'ulley, ?4 per pair.
Nos. 2.f and 3 have have Small Rolls and
NO COGS', all others arc
, . WABEAHTED.
This means, especially, that after a few
months' use the lower roll '
WILL NOT TWIST ON THE SHAFT,
And tear the Clothing, as is the case,with our
No. 3, and other ringers wunouc oog-wneeis.
In our monthly i"ale3 of over 5,000, only from
one to two, dozen are" without Cogs. In our
retail sales, we have nat sold one in nearly two
years! This shows which style is appreciated
by the public". This is the only Wringer with
The Patent Cog-Wheel .Regulator, k
And though other Wringer-makers are Iicens
ed,to use our .Rubber rolls, yet none,ve etex
licensed" toipse tHe" Cogwhe'eljJftegulatoK
Therefore, for cheapness .and durability, buy
On receipt of ttia SricS,"'fromblaces where I
no one is selling, wowillend the U. C. W.
TREE Or EXrENSE.
What we especially want is a good r 7 rn
In every town. We.offer liberal indueemente
and guarantee the exclusive sale. ,
R. C. BROWNING, General Agent, ,
347 Broadway, New York.
NEW YORK & PHILADELPHIA
.Ornamental Iron Works.
a "'HE subscribers having formed a connec--.
tion-with Messrs. Wood iiPxaoT, of Phil
adelpbiaj under the-&b6ve; title, arc ? prepared
to furnish every description of
Cat,vivrosht and jTvire' Bail)as;s,
' S TOE ECLOMIO " '
CEMETERY' LOTS: DWECUMGS.
" PUBLIC SQUARES, &c.
Teranf aha, CirfiilsrrJ,airjtlit mb,
Stsllsrixtnres, Tonntains, Vases, As. r.
Also, having purchased of the late "firm of
Hutchinson & Wickersham.'CabalStrecrrfelr
entire stock of
ORXA5IEIIAX. IKO.'V GOODS,
to beoundin the. United States., Tbey -have
aiso purcnasea 01 tne rtfcw ruKK. W1KL,
KAILING CO., the patent richt and machine
rymsiing) rc:,fj, ' o3 , jns
Vire luuling, Farm Fence, Window Guards,
ORATING, COAL SCREENS, .c,
and will ebntihue the. ExHcsivB?JtIkaIsQture
p- 524 BagiDWAv, NEWyoax. .
Orders may be sent through the American
AnvERTisrNa Aiexcv, 3e9 BroadwaV.'INaw
ST-l. f5 . o .-.
TteCfiEAPESTJEWEruy HOUSE fn ihaorld
4,318; Pixcxa or -Assorted Jewxxsv roa 0.
A -COMPLETE List of Fine Gold, Plate?
,'.' iA.3 .-.""rx.WOHvFfnoAtici
ft iiiT-mMfrTmXWVMinHf m-raic
K1IJ..U tMul6. J itBOA. ZT
thcy.now-offejtto.the. public, atvthaic Hew-. WtM,ns. Monaay, uetober 31.
61r ' WSWftS '7i? Ncv,mb'erIA - ,
THECeE&EISES.'sCgg. - . Warioaonshiiu , g
! in i."i ii'w ww ii '. " ' "'" !l'!J!MPi"r ul i-fwiiir impy nji ! -n, n jF.w
(HirsVV'fiiisTfVnnssTffi ill tun
rl -IBP-MlllrU- NIHI
t numna.Jiave new been in.csoeral
use a numberof, years, and. givejbeUes
satisfaction than any "other, and are recom
by Capt. Irricsasaaad other amines t Engineers.
We can rerer to-tnoosauaa csmg tnemrana
TBiyJare, more i.simnlefa. construction,-and
wore'asitr;d bot lesf gian all others. - A
!''ur r'iadirs wllliflnd the doubls-acilng im
yrbf" Pump"of J. D, fest A Co.Vone, of Ihe
best tn the' market.; It is very simple, works to
a. charm, s'oihat any child may ase it;' throws
a steady, .continuous strtamtand does not
freeze in the celdestexpos arts, and is unusually
cheap. We say this knowingly, and spve the
testimony; of ouruown accord, withont the
knewledae or request of th proprietors." -'Jf.
Y. Ktu Put, Jstfy 1 i 1UX ) t , -,
This may certify that I have beea aaing, at
say manufactory, fore.the, last fourt.years.
''West's Improved Pumps." I now have in
aa three of said pumps, one of which is kept
constantly atwork, 94 hoars each day, (save
Sundays) and has been -running for- the past
two years.-, I pronoynce them, unhesitatingly,
the best pumps that hat been brought to say
notice, having used many others, previously.
They are sjmple in their construction, and not
easily disarranged. James A. Wess.
,jr.Y.,Oct.lO,1859. lo , t
J.D.West'4c3.: ,'"p. "' ,
We are pleased to state that the Pumps wa
h&i! nffou. about a vear xoa. hav hin in
a.JmiU;t.Miw. .j:r 1 ,..?- -jv;
consiani on, 1 nours eacn aay, ana raise lor
the use of onr.AJ'oohtn Factory,, about 130
gallons per'aiinleJ .'They work -wh but little
power, compared with pumps wo'layeused
before, and do not get out'of repair, and 'are
satisfactory in 4ltrnpecti,1 jYoars, Ac,
Solon Robinson to ihe Farmer's Club, Jin. 23:
"No'ra'rm'er who ownsa well of cistern can
possibly afford to be without an iron pump. It
shou!d,he at once a suction aud force pump a
perfect.Iittle fire engine such a one known.as
' tVets Improved Pump. I speak of 'this
pump because"! 'hip'pen to know it . . ."to be
very simple, durable, powerful and cheap, and
itdop'l freeze up.-norgetout.of arder once a
year,, r . I know this, and think I may be doing,
the'farmers gop3by speaking ofil....A boy
10 years old can work it, and throw a continu
ous inch-and-a-qurter stream. . .v-It can be
made te work in deep wells as well as In shal
j - iti y "
. ,. From,th,efewJ"ork.ObsrTerJ
We haTehad 'n nae for months past ana of
West's Pumps, which has given us inore sat
isfaction as a force' and'liftfng pump than any
wrha've ever used. tfrMs one of great power,
and well adipted for ship decks, -mine, fac
tories, greeji houses, graperies,, &c &c. The
Hllllllg VsljruiliUIC nuu linunaj uuuiuai lo;a.
Il is recommended for its extreme simplicity
of construction,, groat strength, and conse-,
queui uurauuib, aim t:ucupMCsa ui rcpir.
There is no t tiffing box' the pressure being
held by a cup packing, like that upon the
working piston, working in a cylinder, fitted
for the tiurpjse within the upper air chamber
wbich we think a great improvement, as stuffing
is so liable to be deranged, and lean under
strong pressure, to say nothing of the Ioss'br
friction, incident thereto. It has also two air
chambers: thus the action cf the vajve. is
cushioned upon both tides by air pnenting
water-himmerand vacnm thump. The valves
are very accessible, and simply and clieiply
repiired. They work much easier thari".-iny
pump we have ever seen; the 4 inch cylinder
being worked by children in wells 100 feet
deep, and as they arc extremely cheap as well
as simple and strong, we freely recommend
Gt. Nece, L. I., I860.
I have used this pump for one summer and
winter, exposed to the North-West wind coming
over Long Island Sound, being the coldest
pessible exposure, and at no time did it freeze,
nor were we unable at any time to pump water
with great ease. H..B. .McIlvain. .
She undersigned, having to use "West's Im
proved Pumps," cheerfully recommend them
as simple, uumroc anu powcriai id raisings mm
throwing water, and for, their ease of action,
security against frost, and low price, webeliere
them superior to all other.
Warrrm Leland, Met. Hotel, New-York.
J. W PoazaoT, Yonkers, K. Y.
- Jaq. Messereab, N. Y.
DoitiNiec Lawrekci, Westchester. t?
Ciaitrsst Slm'i, N. C:. Joae 15, 1863.
J. D. West k. Co.:
Gents The pomp which I ordered for our
Mine U,reeeived ana put to work in our, un
derlay shaft, which, we are sinking,. We, fii d
that Qnet'ron will .wjlh ease lift 50 gallons per
minate- We lifted in three and a half hour
all the, water in the shaft, which measures seven
b twelve'feet aad 30 feet deep, and it wa
Ml when we commenced.. It answers our.ei-,
ei,)ations in every respect, and our workmen
are highly pleased with it. It will. do .great
serriee with but trifling expense fur repaVis.
. Bore Hiccins.
We kave plenty more sscU certificates, but
think,, these are enough. For ?nmps Hose.
Pipe, ko-, addreu or eall upon
J. D. WEST k CO.,
. , 179 Broadway, N. Y.
iH!l Wax IVotlce. .
OmcE or Countv Tbiasitrer, )
Troy.-itnsas, October 4, 1864. J '
TIAT.PaYRUS in Doninhan County arc
V X herebv'notified that the County Treasurer!
w 1H- visit the' severa vonngprecmcui iu.miw
County ,"for the porpoff or receiving taxes- lor
thenreseBrvear. at thcr following appointed
l3ttimes;towit: ' ",a c
' , IbvvajrodslUp; ,
White' Clond'onday'and Tuesday, 'Octo-
hap 17 iinri Jfi.
Iowa Point, Friday. October SI.
Highland, Saturday October 33.
t ' tV'nir'rtl..V TnwniWin!
STraoun, Monday and Tuesday, October 5-1
OelarahusrFrtday and SatardayMOctober 23
aaoas i i i ,j it v.-7
Palermo,' Wedcesdav, November S.u.
Petersburg, Thursday, November I., ,
e e - Wayacrowwship;
. Geary, filtv, Pridav, November.''".' "
Trar,.Wednesdarand Thursdar. October 19
and SO; and will be in Troy after November 8.
rJBANK M. TRACY,
iirn-v ' VK trtrt .v
-T r . f w -, ?-,.. Uli
j ik, r t'juj;
Leonard Smith, .Proprietor.
troy.' kTansXs."- '"'
rriHIS Hotil isVewMUysltiateaaesVe-l
- - meat h, sue ooun .nouse ana iaa ousiacsa
part" of town. GuesU will ieseive'tke'verv
CT A large Itable ia eoanectioa with the
bouse, for. the accotndation at horses. .- r"
L January 7, 1864-tf. '
c J e
Sc 1 "--' WasfciBtlsTii Township s-
t.. "ai t " " s,- us
"y u, lfiMs.
xs a const2turj-onaTdue',el
-j rnutii mis ansa 12. h
:, and'poorf Brine ? .r5A -fitiS
'.VL. ,. , . " e
xrom w . attacx, nor i, there oneVff
caused by mercurial discaie.-w v
ordered or unhealthy iboT b, blfi
and. filthy habit,, &&. 5
4boTO.idl, hy the venernl fSeBBT,,VS
shtntion, descending from Zj. 7 ft.
t.,Tr? w w d of Him "
wdl it the inujnitieatfS.fiS.S
their,jhildren "uc tj
Iu' effects commence by denMiiV,
blood'of corrupt or ideeiSSS? t
the lnngs,.hTer, andrntemsl orrWit
tubercles;-in the glands, swtS",N
the surfacecrupuons or sore. S-'.T:1
ruption, which genders in the blood !H "
Other J,'.- """a-
ouently,,Tajt jmrnbers peruh hr i,.
which, although not scrofuleus in iLTT?
arc still rendtml fatal hy fl 'jZ?
system. Most of the consumption V-5?t
arnates the human family ha, & -ihithis
scrofutous centaraination. ..a 7
destructive diseases of,the hver, tOaert U 7
imd indeed, of all.tlie organs, an. ftT
ravaieii uv the samt m,...
Onetiarter of all our people are tmj.
theit-persons are invaded hv rt,. i-JT.T
-. 1 t ., j- "--jv.
fection, and their.hcalth b undersaM l,e"
To clcanielt froin the sj stem e must , L
the blood by aa alterative medVit a"1
vigorate, it by healthy food uj ' ' aJ"
Such a medicine we .supply a ''
CoApounrl Extract of Sarsapuiij,
the most effectual Temedy which the e-i
skill of our time can devise for tia tr-?
bmea-from the most active remediali tUth
been discovered for the expurgation of tijC
disorder from the blood, and the rescue of b
system from its destructive cojktcw,,,
"; suuum uc vmpioyni lor tne tss rf
not -only Scrofula, bnt also" those otrertJt.
tions which arise from it, such as Enrriii
and. Sma Disease.-, St. Aitiiom's f
Kosr. or Eursirrits. Piupih. Pr..
Blotches. Bi UNsnndHuiw.TiMORt,Trmi
andSLT BiiEt-v, Scm Hzr, llnoven,
kase, Djiorxr, 1)siei-sia, Diim.ni, uj,
indeed, ail Covei iints auihixo rnoTrr,.
te ok IircxE III 0011. 'Hie popular lci
in " impurity nftht blood " is founded m trt4,
for scrofula is "a drgeneratiun of the blood; TU
partiiuhr purjiase and virtue, of Una Sitiift.
yilla ! to imrfj and resenerateliii vital JxA,
without -hicli sound health ia'imjJbaHb!, a
TOR THE 3PET.DT CTRE Or
Intermittent Vevtr, nrFcTtr aaAi,,
Remittent Ferrr, Chill Ftvrr, Disk
Ague, F'crioillcal Iltadarhe, or Bllbu
Ilrmluchr, aud Ullloui 'vtr, lai,u
for the hole elfiHa of ll,t,torll,,t.
Ing In hllinry ilrrniicrmeiit, tiniti 1
the Jlnlariu of Miatmaitc Conntrlii.
Wc are enabled here to offer the ratata!, 1
remedy which, while it cure the abote toejusj
with certainty, is still perfrttlT harmlw 1 cr
quantity, ti'di a rcnicuy is invaluable ct
where "these atllictmi? disorder preni Vm
1'Ccjtc" expels the miasmatic prison rflnn
and A (.IE from the sykten.and rrtTraUfcii.
velopmcnt of the disease, if taacn ontlefcsln
proacli of its premonitory symptoms. Itu atot!j
the best remedy crer yet dUcovcred fcr UU e!u
ef coraphiiH?. but aho the rhcapnt. Tfcehtt
quantity we supply for a dollar Inmrs it vitlfa At
reacn 01 every ooay ; ami in utnousuimciwU,ip
FeVer anu Ague prevails, everj Wj should
have It and use it freely loth for cure and pik
tion. A great superiority ef ibis remedy out u j
other ever discosercd fur the speedy and etnia
cure of Intermittents is tint it contains no Qmaiot
or raineral.'eonseauently it pnxlaces no cjuinba or
other iiiiurwns tftccts whatcrer upon the coniDta
tion. 1 hiwe- enrrd by it are left as lealtij uil
thev had never had the disease.
i'e cr and Ague is not alone the conseqnrcef
the miasmatic puson. A great vanetjof er
dcrs arise from its irritation, among ",
Xcumtqin, llhrumathm. Gout, llealacie, Imt
ntM.Toolh'iehe, Knrarhe, Catarrh, AMtnJ
pittiiion. Painful Atfeclion of the ptfcn, JyAf
kj, Pain'in the liovtls. Colic, Parahjm and -rangetmeut
of the stomach, all of ubicb, vaea
originating in this canse. put on the tnkrBiSM
type, or become periodical. This Ci P"
Ihe poison from the blood, and cnnseqwnUj cum
them all alike. It is an invaluable prctecia
immigrants and persons trascllmg 01 tempera y
vesiiknBintlieniararioiiseisWJcts- f ?"
ironiny or daily while espoicd to tbe nferw.
that will be excreted frnm the system, and nvjK
accuruidate in sutiicicnt quantity tP","'
ease, llenrr it ia eten more vabaK f" rT
tiurt tban cure, and few will ever sniff r fiea !'
mittents if they avail thciustlxes of the snaevs
this remedy atlonls.
Prepared by Dr. I. C AYIB &, CO, Iea,a
FORMERLY TOPEKA H0R
N.E.Cor. Knnsa Avenneand FiftsSt,
'PHIS well-known -Topeki HoBse""
L thoroughly renovated, and has beea
opcried under the ati'picr if ,
- E. C. S. GAEVEt,
Who flatters himclf lha't the fact '",r'?'
guarantee to the Kansas Public that a lj
Comforts' and Conveniences 01 -rnesi
PftTEI. nil! he fortheoBinS- '"
Rooms are large and well furnished sad
nient.31je BOUSE"is i"ae?t?1',r,1
or the CAWTOiVBcTILMNCS.
HOUSE istthe' "
gfa ti Head-Quartor j
at the Capitol of our nexf Presid.V
-August 26, 1863
Claims' Against Gowromeni
f iii'Vtl Was-fag,'
,3Pls!steATIS TOWLEf K-p
-.., .Falls Cliff--
' J. 3CACY fc.pIERCB,
' - Whlte'CIona; Ks?-
Depa'rtneat at Washington.
Bounties. Pensions, Un&ggiZ,
Pay. and all miscellaneous cUiffls f'i
Particular attentiou paid to?Jolt,,15"
Missouri Enrolled. Militia Claims, su.
ceased soldrefs claims. wKristi-
- Persons having claims of this " tl.
-ill Jn -.11 tn nail on us. at talMxV1'
White. Clowt.' - , .- Mi-'. tit
Adriee-freeV Nothing -rfe. -g.
. rf I r-i,i . iiailM, fX.
1 nnsaben.of Tra&ie V.fyt
fCXTadea-the whole body, and VfjSJ
ja disease on anyjpart UitTVl
rrttTP ,3va'mniioBed firms ha
X a co-partnership, e0WtTOfileri
cafe'alrtoldiers' cfsisis before AtiO
- -, wivfeJS .iV"f