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HAYB RECEIVED. THEIB
yill and Winter- Goods,
k... Lrjir aii are Geseral HUek t f C.cfa tkai
was Tr Bire eaerca.
IN THIS 3PART OF KANSAS
WHICH TH1Y eKFER LOW, JtQW
a A t W !
OK IK 1XCHAXGI TOE -i. '-
P fi,0 DTJ C p
ffbiitCio"nd, Ottober 1864.
jrH.CHrAPEST IN THE WORLD!
BECAUSE THE BEST !
AT (KIATLY REDUCID TRICtU.
L WSED SEWING HACI1MK COMPANY.
106 Bread way, IT. T.
I ., r..i... tht men Piricci
I.S1SS1 l:.i. ..... nr.a-nf-il tfi til
.'.... nnhlie. hJ cballenz: comparison
ihsMTSswinr Machine made in Hi United
WEED MACHIKX, with all tb.ir
fi!oWimprom':ti eutirely overcome all
Mpi-ftiiioBi. Thiysr f
irrwoR TO AM. OTHKKI, j
fuulj ud Ifinufieturisr, PorpoiM.
S B3iliiMMt"ciio(i.ilnrabl in all lhirpars.
tsdnittr tnimtitd They hare certainty
.f..ii-liunill kidf fabricka.and arcadap--
.4t . idi rsrre of work without chine or
tfoiun'rt Using " i"d of Thread. Will I -
ilim, few, -- . . -
Ori.uAiafatdo all kinds of work required
by IVcito or Manufacturers. I her makt
iLuinlidSkiiilt Slitk, which caaunt b x-
rtlleifirt-aitu, tlaititity, an J lejane aft
far tin KtceiTed tht Highest Preniuau ! t
fa irm initioc, where the hare been ex-
iititfj in oraprtition with other standard!
ViciicM. Wa inrite all peron in ararch of j
u intrnnnnt to execute any kind of Sewing,
MUtol HlcnicFrT, iu inspect iuf-iuf mm c
it'itiryirnrt the ', by proTing the Weed
Vfirf porcliting. The Companr hcinp duly
!.ft-j?l, the M.ichiues are protected anint
bfristenf nt or litis.ition.
1TPERS0.VS AT A DISTANCE can or-
Jffbiniil ith perfect cnnfidince that the,
Jfiilnf will reach them rafclr. and th.it they j
til! be able to manage it to tbiir entire sttis
toon, with another aid than the printed in-'
esrtiotu&ccorapanjinR each Machine. Every
tijUritiiTi will be cheerfjllr Win to all, I
liiihfrthey i?h to purcl.ae or not, Diserip- (
.ti Circular!, together with Specimens of
A, (ill be furnished to all who desir then.
timtil or otherwise. I
IT RELIABLE AGENTS WANTED, ia
il ioci'iiif in the United States. Caaadan,
1-ifh tWincc. Cuhi, Mexico, Central and
Jch Amrira, Went ImlU Ifslandt and the
liaax Islands, to whom we oiler great indt.ee
tnU. Energetic men will hnd it a p-iying
Iwneii, aj reliable Sewing .Macliinr. hare be
m t ncce sity in every familr. We mann
lirart a peat variety of styles from which
p a few price: No.2, Family. $50:
N !.Ettri,$6P.;Xo.2, Half Cte, ib5 and
ITS, No. 3 k 4. .Mttmfacturinc $To and $S.
WEED SKWIXG MAC H NE CO.,
506 Bruadwar, .N. Y.
$Bx 5.MI Post Office.)
Tne National Claim Agency,"
HmEY, COLLINS, BRACE, &
wiTfrtment As:fnts and Attoracjs,
476 &rinM Strttt. Wtit,
WASHINCTON, D. C.
PLAINS prceiited and prosecuted, bafnre
V Co3Sre, Court of Claims, and the D
Ntn-Tit. rateaw, Tetnions ad Bounty
fifneral nusiflcs Trrmsaetcd.
JOHN F. COLLINS., I
ormir riiw.' I
IRA J. LACOCK,
Apnl 23, 1663-3w.
Or HIAWATHA, KANSAS.
TEMER, FRAZER & WILLIAMS,
1X CttLUtf IV
FZ-E 2N and domestic liquors.
No. 7 FOURTH STREET,
onth af Taatle It FarUirh's,
iCutli U, mi-It. a
T7 NEW -
THE cinferopied hi just oisned, at leek
1 eCs aU taa4 ;B White Close, a aaw
i Histttaons Grecerie,
MFFEE, SUGAR, TEA,
JICTS, CANDIES, C,
fjt?"MlIttthe lowatt liriig prices.
5ltoh .. ultend kt,'C ' lck.
tii ,!,, ..LV t'" Pf "d ta accoiaadate
llT&sLlmi!f AI?D EXUAL
JTw thaHOVARTi ioon-i..t,
& AifcJi hMww-l-pw. free of
laaaa r,.AMIa.Mw.S.Ea.w. Vs.
- m . . u. ?t-1.
- ': . ..
-, ' .
i a .7
BAILEY fc NOYES;
LEMON, HOSEA & CO,,
No. 6, Fourth St.,
ST. JOSEPH, MO ,
. p p ,
Prices Guaranteed to be as Lovr as
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
May 12. lSG4-rn.
Superior to any in the Market,
LT i used by flrjt claM fimilies everywhere,
and hichlv recommended for nervous and
.ilyptrtic person", being very uutrioua and free
from nil deleterious substances, in testimony
of which I hive certificate from the mot em-
niiuentrhysiclaixand ChemMsin the Country.
Try ifand you will be nra to continue its'use
in tircferthce to any othtr.
! Sold at retail lor Twenty-Five CenU per
round by First class Grocers throughout the
13" A liberal discount to the Trade.
Put tip only by
LEWIS A. OSBORIT,
Wholesale Dspnt, 6!) Warren St., New York.
June 16, 1SG4.
PRO BONO PUBLICO!
To the Cilircm of White Clond find
Adjoi intr Toivns nnd Country,
Tar nnd Nrnr. in Kntia,
Ncbrnkn nnd Mlvioari.
N. O. PIERCE, '
HAVING located in White Cloud, Kansas,
is prepared to do all kinds of work in his
lino, uch as
House and Sign Painting,
GRAINING, PAPER HANGING,
GI.AZ.NG. STAINING, -
VARNISHING, OILING. 4c. ic.
Also, Wajtoas and Carriages, old, oj new,
painted or repainted. . .
aiisfactioti given and work warranted In all
Ordera left at nv Shon. onnn'site Bailey's
Store, or at the Verandah House will receive
N. O. PIERCE.
White Cloud, Sept. 8. 16G4- tf.
SIDNEY TENNENT. GYRUS C. CA.VP
TENNENT & CAMP,
ATTO&NEYS AT UWt
TBOT, DOHIPHAH 90, KAHSAS.
IMPORTANT NOTICE- -
To Disabled Soldiers, Scnraen nnd Mu
rines, and Widows or otner Jtieir- oi
those who hare Died or been Killed
ia the Service.
CHAS. C. TtTCKElC
attorney for CUissaaU, Bpmnty Laai and
WASHINGTON CITY, D. C.
DENSIONS nrocored for Soldiers, Seamen
I and Marine of the oresent war, who are
Juabled by reaon or wounds received orais
vase mt.trmried while in service: and Pensions
Bounty Money and arrears of ray onwmeo. tor
widows or or otner neirsoi inosewuunTeuicu
.phenlillei) whil in service.
Bounty Land procured for services in any oi
the other wars. unas. b. munim..
av. 7, 61-tf. Washington, Ui o
(At Rnffnei's Old Stand,) - ,
WHITE CLOUD, KAN.SAS,
" Hs just opened a large stock of
Consisting, tn part, of.
DRY GOODS. GROCERIE8, "
BOOTS SHOBS, PROVISIONS.
HATS, ' INWARE,
ftUEKNSWARE, ' e.."e, -Likawiaa
a large steek of
fieatlmea's Eeaiy-Ma- CItWr
Whtch h. ea. .ell at sroir & g
L WEllfrSPlOTG nF TTOPP.
. j ICAJT BE rOTJN DJ1L-
j . w
- Hollowav's Pills.--.
' Ckaart Th liBkiag-mir
,Y7THE VII Of
Hnllnwnv'a fiintmAnt '
jSf'l 1 '('?
Tha history of tots great Eessediesis taa
oit woadarful aadical ravalation that taa
world has avar known. It ssublisbts the all'
ImporUntact that wstxaxrcl. and in .witafj
lTMifciintarnaI disease axisS,.iVtha"aisin"
factinc;, searching and baalin proptrties of tht
Pills are Tally equal to its'subjtction abd'aa;
aqd that, with the Ointment, ther ara
The Great-Amlnssidors ofHealtbto '"HENDERSON'S AMENDMENT.
- r, Mankind. , s .- triiarW0',wftT''?inK.
. a- .
This is tot 1 uistory'writtsii by ona man', or
even derirad from the experieacas of onai na-
.'T. i. f
tion.. It consists of a compilation of testimo
nials from the sick of every country an unim
peachableTrecord, tha like of whicbini ns'rer
been addaccd in favor of any discovery or iu
vantlou since time bens. i
These SUity HealersrflTorld Known and
World Jriefl; area BooB.'to the'SIck.
Tha 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 wss nhercd
into, the world; HdixowMrV Imvalciblc Pills
have become the noeirnoi.0 arMtrT'orairna
tions. Their attribute is tj ratcvr.NT as well as
to acxi; th'ay attack tho radix ni Jioot or the
complait t, and thii, by ramsving tha, bidden
canse of disease, re-invigorata and restore the
drooping cnergiss'of the system, anistine; na
ture in her task of vital andfcagTiotAur -roaMTie.(.
Disorders of the Stomach
Are the sources of the deadliest miladies.
Their elect is to vitiate all the fluids f tha
body, andjto send a poisoned stream 'through
all the channels of circulation. Now, what is
the operation of tha Pills t They elcansa ihc
bottels. regulate tha liver, bring the relaxed or
irritated stomach-iuto a natural coudition.'and.
actini; through the secretive organs croN the
blood iTstLr, change the state of the system
from sickness to health, by exercising a simul
taneous and wholesome affect upon all its parts
and functi ns.
Woman, in all her Difficulties.
Is invited to test the rejiuUting anil restora
tivw powers of this harmless but effective pre
paration. At the two epochs of life in which
the female system undergoes the mot impor
tant and critical changes, the Pill will proves
poitive safeguard ngaint 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 qutrter of a century) of tens of thou
sands of unimpaicluble witnesses.
Bilious Maladies, &c., &c.
In whatever form disease attacks tha liver,
it is repelled anl exterminated by this search
ing, painter, and irresistible curative. JiilioiH
remittents, bilious pnrging, and all the ordina
ry disorders of the organ, indicated by pain in
the right side and between the shoulders, yel
lownesof the whites of the eves, weakns and
debility, 4c , are relieved and remoed by the
remedy, with.a celerity which.5"tl1nl?a?stlM
sutTcrers ahd their friends. Let the sick",'wuom
the faculty have abandoned, resort with confi
dence to this powerful anti bilious agent-.tand
a restoration to health and activity will be the
Dyspepsia, Diarrhcea, Weakness, &c.1,
The terrible bodily and. mental pangs which
characterize Dyspepsia, are at once mitigated
by the Pills. Diarrhoea, constipation, head
ache, 'physical prostration, nervous tremors.
hot fluMies, spasms, affections 'of the kidneys,
hemorrhoids or piles, and, in fact, all internal
4xomplaiuta, from whatever caue arising, give
way before the salutary influence of tliiseitrA-
ordinary remedy. As a specific for dyspepsia.
and tha disorders connected with it, or grow
ing out of it, the Pills are always to be Tailed
on.'.when every other. meJicino and-4bode of
treatment baa utterly failed. .ri"
Holloway's Pills are the'bsst Rsaedy known
in "the World for the following Sissakes:
Fever and Ague,
; Liver Coraplaiati,
Lawness of Spirit,
Piles, ' i
Stone and Gravel,
, lYsneresI Affections,
- If the reader of this "notice" eannotget. a
box of Pills or Ointment from the drug store in
hi nlaee. let him write to me. enclosing the
amountand I will mail'a'bor free ofexpenie.
Many dealers will not keep 'fay medicines on
band, because they canaot make as much pro
fit as on other persons' sqake.
None are'genoine unless the words " HeUt-
trajv A'et Yerk and Ionian," are'discemibl
as a Water-mark in every leaf of the book of
directions around each box; the same may be
plainly seen, by koliingtke Uaf to tht light. A
handsome reward will be given to any one ren
dering such information as may lead to the
detection of any party or partlescoonterfeiting
the medicines or rending the same, knowing
th'era to be spurious.
' Sold at the manufactory of Trofessor
HOLLO WAY. 80 Maiden Lane, .Hew, York,
and by all respectable; Druggists and, Dealers
! in Medicine throughout-the IJaUedtaUsjtad
xne civiiishs wutiu, iu t-, 5 " '
eent...ad WO vS.
s'TBatwwewewra.aw'""i; "7 "
' ?i . n r, i T4 I t '''-. i t-i -cr ft &
I P. 14 r , M J . . M A ""- ' -. n V l.Tt
jAJEZE JTJarT'HECXETVING- VECEnrSwV
a - mmm. "ak. aa, -. l. r - . i. it - j r -v . Ta
iklslL '3lVW JL H E ,
r Hats and Caps,
ikGE ASSORTMENT OFAjE-OLOTHmGr,
mm an wncr Aiacies usaanj Kepi
i Y ? r " i "
White Cloud, geptember 8, 18&t-tf.
THE TARltEr S v HOKE JIWIT !
A GRAND IKVEKTION
rax f -1
IT WEAVES DOESKIN,
IT WEAVES JEANS.
IT WEAVES UNSET.
IT WEAVES KERSEY, . .
IT WEAVES PLAINiCLOTH,
IT WEAVES CARPETS,
ITWE AV ES TWE BD.',
IT WEAVES SEAMLESS SACKS,,
- . IT.WEAVES.CGTTON, '
, IT' WEAVES WOOL
IT WEAVES FLAX,
, 'IT WEAVES HEMP.
rRASE M. TRACT. M. eKAHlM. a. saow.aiLu
FRANK Mi' TRACY t CO.,
i-J. cuteu the. Patent Right for the State of
Kansas, thee new Looms will be, for sale In
every County in Kansas. Every, Farmer can
hare a perfect Loom in his own hous,for
This Loom is intended to take the place of the
common Hand Loom. It Tread the Treadles,
throw's tlic Shuttle,' lets off the Web, and takes
up the Cloth, the weaving being all dune, by
workinc the Lathe. The Web is i&sixed. Spool
ed, Warped, BeAtned and Drawn iu tho usual
manner, cnabjtng the weaver to use the Xioom
with but little instruction. And as they are
CHEAP AND SUBSTANTIAL,
and not liable to get out of order, and will
weave thi ce tftnehas fast as the common Loom,
they exactly fill a Urge and increasing demand
among futmerz, for koioe easy, healthy, and
fpeedy way of converting their own 'produc
WOOL AND FL-AX INTO CLOTHING,
which they Cad it to their interest tn do on ac
count of the high price of the manufactured
article. Prom these tacts wo are enabled to
offer to the Farmer; nnd Mechanics of Kansas,
a business, both profitable to' themselves acd
of general nnd lasting benefit to the communi
ty, relieving it to a great extent of the contin
ual drain on iu cash resources. The Ohio
State Board of Agriculture, 1861, awarded the
first premium, a Diploma, and it has taken the
firsi Premium by1 the State Board of Agricul
tura, of Kentutky'.'ia J8G3. " '
A SILVER MEDAL
was awarded it at, tha last New York State
Fair. Call and see a full sized and rigged
Loomln complete operation. Orders fur Looms
solicited from tha
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
win ne promptly answereu.
13 Circulars containing full description of
ihe Loam, with the most simple directions for
using it, wnl H sent on application .Q
Address, tKANk ai.TKAUY IUU.,
Troy,r Kansas. '
PUTNAM CLOTHES' WRINGER.
r.--A' Watd-Wtrk f Stctll.tr Split. -.
JVa 'Thumi Sercics ta get out ef OrSer7
Warranted With or Without Cog-Wheels.
TT .took the FIRST PREMIUM at Fifty
L Seven State and County. Fairs in.l8S3,and
is, itithoul an exception, tht belt Wringer ever
Patented in the United States, England,
.Canada, and Australia. Agents wasted In ev-
' . -J t Tl . .1 ..,.
ery town, auu 111 au parw ut iuo wuriu.
1 -'"Energetic agents can make ,from 3 to 10
Dollars per dar. ' . .
Sample Wringer sent Express-paid, on re
ceipt of price.
' No.3,$G50. No. 1, $7.50. No. F, $8.50.
Manufactured and sold, wholesale and re
THE PUTNAM MANUFACTURING CO.,
No. 13 .Platt Street. N,ewYorkr
and Bennington, Vt.
' S.'C. NORTHROP. Agent.
WHAT EVERYBODY KNOWS, vis:
That Trnn well cralvanized trill t ruttt
That a timpli machine ia better thaVaJcompli-
That's1 Wringer should be $elf-ijuttij, dura
ble, mad efficient; . j ,
That'TKumA Screui and Fattening canse it
lav and traublt to rCgulate and keep in
order: . .
That wood 'soaked in hot water ttUT aittll.
thrink and nlit;
That-wood bearing for .the shaft to run in uill
That the Putnam Wringer, with or without
That' cog wheel repulstnra are not essential;
That-the Putnam Wririrerhas all the ad van
tages, and not es of the disadvantages
That all who have tested it, pronounce' it the
X.f Wrincrpr ever made:
That" it will wring a Thread or a Bed-Quilt
. WITHOCT ALTSXATIO'.
We" might 11 the "paper with testimonials,
but-insert only a few to convince the skeptical,
u sucn tnere oe; ido wchj iu an, k,iui
nam's Wringer. Test it THOROUGHLY wjth
ANY and ALL others, and if not entirejy.sat-
isfactory, returu it.
Putnam Manufacturing Ca.s " ,"
Gz?tluiz.i: I know, from practical ex
Deriesce. that iron well galvanized with 'zinc
f wilf not oxidize orrust one particle. The Put
nam Wringer is as near perfect as possible, and
t can cneanuny rcrooimeuu ii ia oe tow ocji
in use. Kepeeuiiy yours, ,
JNO: W. WHEELER, '
Many years! experience in the galvanizing
business, enable mo to indorse the afeo ve atate-
ment In sS rarttculara.
a JNO. CLEFPERTS,
No.'lOO Beekman St.
t -New YbrV, January, 1864.
Ve have UsteL Putnam's Clothes) .Wringer
by practical workingjandknosf that it will da.
It Is cheap; it ia' simpler it requires no room,
whether at work or at rert; a'child can operate
it; It does its duty thoroughly; it saves time
and it saves wear and tear. We earnestly a.d
Tise all who have mud waahleg to do, with all
irieJIigen persona who haveeiry, to bay this
ffnir TJ It will pav for Itself in a year at
sLr ' vr 'arntfsrsl amwvfsrw
Mmmm wmw jwm ..., w
Vivlt. - .woH
. ... ..-.-.
gkoceki i:s, 1 1
Q XJ jEE TV SW X jR3E ,
Boots and'Slfoesr ., ,
in a vaneiyor tonniry oierc.
5" LEAVER Jc
i t r
347 Broadway, New
IT was pronounced superior to all' others at
the World's Fair, in London, 1862. ' It took
the Firt Premium at the great Fair of tha
AMERICAN INSTITUTE, in New York
City, 1863."" here tfie judges were practical
meehanlcsTand ipprcciated'COG WHEELS.
iTToosrTiir FYkst Psihicm aVths r e
- Nsw Yoas: Stats Faib, 1G1 and 1863.
Viimoit tat Pais, 18CS.
PxitiisTLTANiA Stats .Fsti. , 1863,
Indiaia Stats Pais, " " 1863.
IowaStats Fa(. 3 1863.
Jlusois Statx-.Fais, 1863.
Ann at Cocktt Faiss witmost hcbsxe.
SELF-ADJUSTING AND ADJUSTABLE !
It Sstss Time, Labor, Clothes, andKoasy..
It is easily and firmly serured to tha tab or
Waahingmachine, and will fit tnbs 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, bat
the Cog-wheels give it a POWER whicli ren
ders it a moat excxllxnt washes, pressing and
separating, as it does, tha dist with the watsa,
mm ine iiioines.
Any Washerwoman can use it a Child ten
years old can use it.
It will save its cost aveiy C months, In the
saving of clothes.
os,sis fior.i) ev ises.
No. PRICES. Size of Bailer.
l.Lan;e Familv S13 llin. 2Jin..
la Medium "lO 11 in.'lin.
2. Med Family 8 SO 9iu. ljjin.
5i.nm " 7 5Ol0Jin. IJiin.
3.f Small ' 6 60 8in.rl1n.
& Large Hotel 15 14 in. 2 in.
18. Med. Laundry SO 17Uin. 2iin.
22 Large " SO 17;$ in. 3 in.
JNos. IB and 2a to run Dy steam or Hand.
Pulley, $4 per pair.
Hos. 'J and 3 have hate Small Kolli au
This means, especially, that altar a few
months' use the lower roll
WILL.NOT TWIST ON THE SHAFT.
And tear the Clothing, as is tho case with ou
jo. ot auu oiuer n riugera wiuiuut o;-wiiBii.
In our monthly sales of over 5,000, only .from
one to two dozen are without Cogs. In otir
retail sales, we have not sold ono in nearly two
rears! This shows which style Is appreciated
by tha public... This is the only Wringer with
The Patent Cog-Whecl Regulator,
And though, other Wringer-makers are licens
ed to use our Rubber rolls, yet none arc ever
licensed to 'use the Cog-wheel Regulator.
Thereforefor cheapness and durability, bay
only the - J'
On receipt of 'the price, from places where
no one is selling, we will send the U. C. W.
raxz or rxrcxsE. . .
What we especially want isa good ,
In every town. We offer liberal inducement,
and guarantee the exclusive sale.
a. U-UKUWiMisu, uenerai Agent, -
. r ,317 Broadwav, New York
.Jone9,ISGl. ,r V. - .- ,. vS
NEW YORK & PHILADELPHIA
' Ornamenlal Iron "Works
rpHE subscribers having formed aeoonee
JL tion with Messrs. WoonftPOT.of Phil-
adelnhia. under the above title, are' prepared
toTtaruish every description of
OBFAMHfTAL IBOJJ WUKJt,
. Cast, Wrought and
9 CEMETERY LDTS: DWELLINGS. -
.. PUBLIC SQUARES, c.
Teraalalu, Circular ftSttmight Itain,
DOORS,' WINDOW GUARDS,'
gtableijrixturet, Fosniaa, Vasesi .:
Also, having purchased of 'the late firm ef
Hutchiason ft Wickershara, Canal S tract, thir
entire stock of ,
BEDSTEADS,, CHADLIS, PDIWITIIRB,, &e.,
tbev now offer to. the public, at .their New
Warehouse, ,e ... (1
THE MOST EXTENSIVE STOCK OR
01CTA!raraKvIAI. IRO"f GOODS
to be found in the United States, ,Thev have
also purchased of the NEW 'YORE WIRE
RAILING" CO.. the patent right and machine
rv for making .
Wire If.ilinir. Farm Pence. Window flQirdi.
GRATING, COAL SCREENS, lie,
and will continue the Excixstvs Manufacture
of the at their Works- ' '
- , . CHASE k CO..
(OtPOtUt St. Kiehtlai Hotel.) -,
524 Beoadwat, New Yoax.
'Orders may be sent through the Amzsicab
ADVcansisa Aaner, 3fc9 Broadway, Haw
York. " - " Sept-8, 1864.
TheCHEAPESTJEWELttl H0D8E in tht World
4,318 Piacza of Absobtbw Jiwelst roa $50.
A COMPLETE LJt of Fine'Gold, Plated
and Oride Jewelry, sent. fret, .ddrees
J. A. SALISBURY, Aaorr,
Feb 2-'63 Sw.l Pmvtbbbcx, ft.1
Ja D. BRUMBAUGH,
I -a v' txw-i
" NOTAItY rUUC.
MaryrillesIariUn CWty, 1jm
jf.S.Jf v A t!4ii.
& wtT"g AMfeS.
. . -,- - 'T ! I- J I
JSBlSfVIW-Kj-4t !; I Tl't "IS
.-.i iJ ,t Jf .; ivjm! tit-
ftsn mpRonn pump.
a.-, . t, .0 ... .. v.
rpHKSE' pnapa bsTObow teen in geieral
satisfaction than any other, anu are rscom-
alSa-J i.g w-asaemaTS:JI.
by Capt. Erricson , and other eminent Enginetrs .
Weston refer to thoasauds using.thara, -and
yapethatall will recommend .theaj.
-They are more simple in. construction, and
work easier, and cost less than all others.
Infl -:., ?....-r-r- tn ...r,
"unr raaaars wui cna the doable-acting im
proved Pusap of J. D. Wast & Co., one of the
best in tha market. Itisvsry simple, works to
a charm, so that any JhndrWy ksaMtr throw
a steidy, continuous st'rHrajand does fr.ct
fraaze in the coldest exposures, and is unusually
cheap. We say this knowingly, at,d (iva Ilia
testimony of our own accord, without the
knowledce or-requttt of tha proprietors."
A'. Y. Em: Put, July 1, 1863.
This Bay certify that I'htra bssa asisg, at
bt manufactory, for the last four vsars.
"West's Improved Pumps." I now have in
ase three of said pumps, oneof which ia kept
constantly at work, 24 liourrisch' day, .(save.
Sundavs) and has been 'runnlhs fur the past
two jejirs-, . IpronQunce them, unbesitstinglv. I
thebest-purapslhaibiya been'brought to; my J
nonce, aTini; uieu many auin previously.
They are simple in their construction, and not
easily disarranged. Jamks A. ncss.
- " 1 L n f - .
lill.U .1 Jll j,. .1
We are pleased to state that the Purans we
hadofvou. about a var ara. hive been in
onjantluie, 12 hoars each day; and raise for
in, uer;ofc our jyooien r aciory, , aoom uu
'gallona-per minnte. r-They work' with but little
power, compared with pumps wo 1 are used
before, and do not get out ofTepair, and are
satisfactory in au respects, lours, &c,
DsxLar il ANcrACTDKixa Courier.
-i ,r . ?
SoloRoii.n'sox to the Farmer's Club, Jan. 23:
"No farraer Who'pwns a well or cistern can
possibly afford to be without an iron pump. It
should be at once a suction and force pump a
perfect little fire 'engine such a one known as
(Vest's Improved Pump". I speak of thia
pump because 1 happen to know it ... to be
very sljaplevdurable, powerful and cheap, and
it don freest) op, nor get out of erder once a
year. . . I know this, and think I may be doing
the farmers good by speaking of it. ... A boy
10 ears old can work it, and throw a continu
ous inch-anda-qurter stream. ... It can be
made to work in d p well as wall ss in shal
p From the New York Observer. "
We have had In use for months past ens of
West's Pumps, which has given us more sat
Isfsction ss a force and llftinz-nnmn thanaaT
'we hare ever Wsed. It ia one of great power,
and well adapted for ship's decks, mines,, fac
tories, green-houses, graperies, &e., Ac. "The
Mining Chronicle and Railway Journal says:
It is recommended for its extreme simplicity
of construction, groat strength, and conse
quent durability and cheapness of repair.
There is no stufling' box the pressure being
held by a cup packing, like that upon the
working piston, working in a cylinder, fitted
for the nurp-we within the upprrair chamber
wbich we think a great improvement, as stufling
is "so liable to be deranged, and leak Under
slrbng pressure, to say nothing of the loss by
friction incident thereto. It has also two air
chambers: thus the action" of the valve is
cushioned upon both sides by air pn venting
water-hammer and vacum-thnmp. The valves
are very accessible, and simply and cheaply
repaired. They work much easier than any
pump we have ever seen; the 4 inch cylinder
being worked by children in wells 100 feet
deep, and ashcy are .extremely cheap 'as well
as simple and strong, wb freely recommend
thenf.. .j.,.- .
- - ', Gt. Nic, Ll., 1S60.
I have crcd this pnmp'for ano summer and
winter, exposed to the North-West wind coming
overLoug Island Sound, being the coldest
possible exposure, andJino time did it freeze,
nor were we unable aswy time to pump water
with great ease. H . B. McIlvai,-.
She undersigned, having to use "West's Im-j
proved rumps, cheerfully recommend them
as simple, durable and powerful in raising and
throwing water, and for their ease of action.
security against frost, and low price, we believe
them superior to all others.
Wahsiw LtLAMD, Met. Hotel, NcwYerk.
J. W Pouzaor. Yonkcrs, N. Y.
Jao. Mssszisao, N. Y.
Dcai.iies: LATrazKci, WestchesUr.
CABSsrsea Miss, N. C. June 15, 1!(3.
J. D. Wbst k Co.: - -
Genie The pumpjwhich'I ordered for our
Mine is received and put to work in our un
derlay shaft, which we are sinking", We find
that one man will with ease lift 50 gallons per
minate. We lifted In .three and a half hours
all the waterin the shift, which measures seven
by twelve feet'and '30 feet'deep, and it was
fc'l.when we commenced. 'It answera-our ex
pectations In every respect, and, our wofkTmen
are'highly pleased with it. It will do. great
larvies.witi but trilling, expense lor repairs.
.r.SJ-' C ' "SYoursT respectfully .
, ,. Bean Biggins.
We have plenty more such certificates, but
think these are 'enough. For Pumps, Hose,
Pipe, , address or call upon
J. D.rWEST ft CO.,
179 Broadway, N. Y.
"' Xx notice.
Orncic or Cocttt TatAscara, )
- - iTroy. Kansas, October A, 1864. " )
TAX-PAYERS in Doniphan County are
bersby notified that the County Treasurer
will visit the several voting precincts in the
County.'for the' purpose of receiving taxes for
the preseat- year, at the' following appointed
times, iowil: v I j:.
Y Iowa TOwashiB. rt ,
White CloudfMoriaayW Tuesday. Octo
herrnind 16.03 T.11i'-iQ(L , Jm
Iowa Point. Friday, October 31.
Highland, .Saturday, October; 2j s i
f 'Wolf River Towh-ip;1;
Syracuts.Kondayacd Tuesday, October 24
andjS4. ",,' . - i".J
'" Barr Oak Towaahip. '.
Oalambus, Friday and Satarday, October 23
aadS9. . 't.-H
, lwood, Taesday, NoTember 1'. ' t -f
'w Marion Toarnshlp." 1
Palermo. Wednesday. November . . !
Petersburg, Thursday, November,!.
,- - 'Wayne Township. ,
Gearr City. Friday. November 4. . i
., Doniphan, Saturday, November Jx.
Centre Township."' -
Troy, Wednesday and Thursday .'October 19
and SOrand will be in Troy after November 8.
" sIUinB;.9X. TKAUI,
Tressnrer' Doniphan County.
- Octobers, ie64-3w.-'c "5 -- - B ?
x TltO" IHOTEE.
Leonard Smith, Proprietor.
rTTHIS Hotel is plearaatly sttasted.-wave-X
nlenf Id 'the CbortHouse and th'e bus'iaeu
part ortown. Guests will leeciva tht very
bestattentieai' -t. .jr ijjj? "'
CT'Aarga'eia1jleB coaaectioa with" the
house, for the accomdation of horses,
January 7, 1664-tf. i ,
i KXPiiOTaiExr.' '
AWC A MONTH- Ageits' wanted to sell
pf O -Sewing Mschiaes.-Wa will give a
eommissicm on all Machlnea sold, er employ
gsjta Who will. workjfor, the abort. wsgrf tad
sJlTxpenses psid. " . ..,,..
i !., idki '.wawitttj, J4aaej.,jo v
Trssrtaiy 44, itfWot', "i-iTs !
I-VHt J . AW AP!f
u reoasti-A'aesal dasrecotTBMorSF:Jw
blc'by whiSh thatria" becomes .flaw 8.
weak, and poor Baag in thej&euwiesz, ft
pervades the whole -"Body, and may barst'.cnsC
Jm disease on syipaxi of it. No orgati se
from its attadevnor ia tkere dne-wWek "tisjay
not"desUoy?-Th6"scr6fuIoturfain(J is vaT&UAky
caused by mercurial, disease," low living, di-'
ordered orcnliealthy food, impure air, ffitle'
and filtliv habits, the depressing vices, sad.'
l.aboTo all, by the Tcncreal infcvtionCWhal-'
revcrbeits origuVit is hereditary iatnioa-
unto the third and fourth generation ; " indaed,
it seems to be the rod of Him who says, "I
wittS visit theiiniiult&s of tlu'ftdksra'.aba
Its effects commence by depotitiop from tha)
blood of corrupt.or ulcerous matter, which, isj.
, tlio lttng.V liver, and internal organs i termed
tubcrilcs; in the glands, snelhnir-i: and Of.
, the surface, eruptions or sores. Tliii foul ef
rupuun, T.mcn garners in tne uicou, aepresaen
the energies of life, so that scrofulous corutitth
lions not only ruifcr from scrofulous cdtsV
plabiti, hat, they have far less power to witt
stand" the 'attacks of other diseases; cense
quently vast numbers perish bv disorders
nhich; nlthough not Acrufuluas iit their nature,
are still rendereil fatal by thii taint ia the
iysterrrj 3fpt oflie consumption which de
cimates the'lrumarrfemily lias iu origin directly
in this scrofulous contamination: and auny
jj destructive diseases of the liver, kidneys, brain,
. aim, muceu, or aii ine organs, arise tram or
are aggravated, oy the same cause.
OneiraartcT of .aU ourpeople areafTofuRma ;
their persons are invaded by this lurking in-.-ction.
aUtl tireuTltealUrisunaermSned bv it.
To cleanse it fromtLe system we must renovata'
the mosereeturf-Twnedy wWch"the medical
skill of our times can devise for this -everywhere
prevailing and fatal 'malady. It "s'eora
bined from the most nctivc rcmcdials tliat hava
been ducovercd for the expurgation of this foal
diNordcr from the bfood, nnd the rescue .of tha'
system rom its destructite. erJnWquencee.
Hence it should be employed for the cure ef
not only Scrofula, but alsothose other afte
tions which arise from it, such aa Eztrnvs
and Skin Diszasxs. St. Aicthoxt' Tibb.
.Host, or KuistrsLAS, Piitri.ss, Pisrctae.
and Salt Rukcx' Scalr IIbau, Rwawa'ax.
UtHKCMATistf, Svi-iiiLiTicandMaBCvaiAXi Dis
eases, Duorsr, DTsraTsta, DiniLrrY.-said,
indeed, aia,Co0-laJts AUtsino,ot,YmA
ted on Lstrcha'Broo'n. The 'popular belief
in " impurity of tht blood" is founded in truth,
for scrofula is a degeneration of the blood. The
particular purpose and virtue of.thUSaraapa
rflla is to purify and regenerate this "vital fluid,
n ilhout. which sound health ia imnoaaiblar .ia.
"contaminated constitutions. , . . ,a
TOR Tl SntDT CVBB Of .
Intermittent Fever, nrFtTeraailtfBt,
Remittent Fever, Chill Fever, Dumk
Ac;uc, Pcrlottlcal Ilcadnrha, or,Blloawe
Headaclir, and lllllon Fever, Indjitd
for tlie whole class ofdlsea orlajtnat
lusr Ju biliary deranajentent. Cad tty
the Malaria of Miasmatic Conntrlaa,
We are enabled here to offer the community a
remedy nhich, while it cures the shore complaints
with, certainty, is still perfectly harmless in any
quantity. Such a remedy is-invaluaUc in dhtricts
where these afflicting disorders prevail. Thia
"Ccre" expels the miasmatic poison of Fxvsx
and Aocz from the system, and prevents tha.dt
velopmcnt of the disease, if taken on the first ap
proach of its premonitory symptoms. It Unit only
the best remedy ever yet discovered for this class
of complaints, but also the cheapest. The large
qaantity we supply for a dollar brings it within the
reach of every body ; and in bilious districts, where
Feveu and Ague prevails, every body should
have it and use it freely both for cure' ana protec
tion. Agreat superiority of this remedy over any
other ever discovered for the speed; and certain,
care of Intermittents is that it contains no Quinine
er mineral, consequently it produces no quinism er
other injurious eflects whatever upon the constita-tionv-
Those, cured by it ara Itft as healthy as If
they had never had the disease. . . ,
Fever and Ague is not alone the consequence ef
the miasmatic poison. A great Toritly of disor
ders arise from its irritation, among which as
Xeura'gia, llheumatitm. Gout, JleadacXeSHnam
lieit, Toolhiehe, Earache, Catarrh, Atlhma, Pal
pitation, Painful Affection of tht Spleen, Hytttr
kj, Pain in tiii BokcU, Colic, Parafytis aaa'Zfe
rmjjaiitnt of thtjStomaeh, all ot which, when
originating ia this cause, put on the'wuVrau'Kmt
type, w Income' periodical.- This ".Cvax " expels
the po Unn from the blood, and consequently curt
them all alikcjlt is an invaluable protection' to
immigrants and persons travelling or temporarily
milling in the malarious districts. If takn occa
sionally or daily while exposed to the iafettioa,
that will be excreted from the system, and Cannes
accumulate in sumcient quantity to ripen into dis
ease. Hence it is even more valuable for prou
tion than cure, and few will ever suffer from Iatt-jniltt-nts
irthey avauVthenuolves of la pntaatiea
this remedy a&rds.- v, -
FORotEBLT T0PEK1 MOUSE,.
N. ctorfKansas Avenue nao Fifth SU,
TOIJfJTre A ' '"vJ
THIS well-known ' Topeka House'"' is now
thoroughly .renovated,, and bat, been re
opened under the auspices of ". . ',', ., .2.
' v n- tt navivrzwr
xi .w. Jk. uaaixiA,. -,v vo
Who flatters himself that the fact' Is a'saflcient
guarantee to the Kansas' Publio'thst all the
Comforts and Conveniences of a FIRST
CLASS HOTEL will be forthcoming. -Tha
Rooms are large and well famished spjoeotife-nient--The
HOUSE is immediately'in front
of the CAPITOL BUILDINGS, on Ksnsat
Avenue. , .
And if more isjequired, we aiigSt addgiu
HOUSE is ,the ys yf i$
at the Capitol of our next President, , N
GENERAL JAMES nENRY AJfSI
OlajrriR Against (knBtnmfabs
NATIONAL CLAIM AGENCY."
HARVEY COM.I5S, " j
bfvi a- Tnwr.sz.ir
--' r T'rt"
- - Falls CUyfir.K.
afArtkPrEst'cE,," J: .
White Cload, Kaasjtto
rriHE shore mentioned firms bavins; forssed
- a-cp-pArWershlp'areuow rVsdy!iJirj4e
cute all Soldiers' Claims before the different
Departments at Washington. " ''
Bounties, Pensions,, Horse, XIalmt;, Back
Pay,acPairinisceIlaneous elsjras'ltttended to.
Particular attentiou paid to adjusting tbt old
ceased soldiers'claims. T
will do well to call on nt, at Falls City or
White Clotatt " .-r sA'.ni J
Adrlta free. JTothinc made, nothing char
ged. - - v !'" Mayi3,1864-ts.
tBSESBIXI, 1MB XACKmST
I HAVE received, oa'eonua!aatoar CTtrs;
ntmbtrfclPrakie: Plows; tlW 'Jest da
scription,-wlri"eh'-will be sold cbesp;for'cah,o
exehaaged ocsa)uyid utapitj'of ilililewf
'I;ba.TB al yeeeivad the Age"y fot MtCir
mick!s.e!cbrttd Reaptrr.aadl wHl'pry'to
order any nnjabrof xhclatesitsprtTtd' past
erns, on reasonable1 tetatw "AlatiTsattsrirt
attaiosI.' I VaS T, fI ,-J J H. T1V
iSii tn riat t&f ?.
v1gora,terJt by Heytliysfoml aailj erjsaw.'-
,? tn '
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