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HATE RECEIVED THEIK-
nf JWintev Goods.
islilkftTt.ti.iiM4 ft Lsrctr art
wai ef.r ktftrt rem
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IN THIS PART OF KANSAS!
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:iWkiW Cloud, Ostober 1. 1864.
MODEL SEWING MACHINE!
THK CHftAPMT Ilf THJC WOB!
l'H BBCAJJBX TBS MST!
"V AfOMATLTTUIDUCID PBICBI.
-iTfll WEED EIWHG UACHI5S COMFAHI,
.s' -" 0 Brwssiway, If. T.
la . .;1.
.Uanafsetar the' aoit perfest Maehiae far
f Sewing, of all kinds, -ever presented to tae
,AtBsrican public, and challenge comparisen
.xitb aoy.Sewins Machine made la the United
.vTHE WEED. MACHI1TX, with all their
.Taluable Improvements, entirely overcome al
.issperfMlionf. They are
r TJTKK10t TO ALl OTHKRfl,
-.' 'farilj ud Minuffcctariif, Farptm.
iImblInMMtraction,dura1inall their parts',
and readily undent fi. They bar certainty
of stitch on all kind of fabricks.and art adapt
ed to a wide range of work without change or
adjustment. Usine; all kinds of Thread. Will
Hcm,.F.ellrIlii? (father, Braid, Tucl, Quilt,
GeriiTand in fact do all kinda of work required
lty-ramilles or manufacturers, iiiey make
the Interlock: Shuttle Stitk, which cannot be ex
celled for firmness, elastitity, and elegance of
nnuo.' r " . ,
IKey'hari Received the Highest Freaiui !
Iri every instance, where they hare been ex
hibited in' competition with other standard
Machines.. "We invite all persons in search of
tan- instrument to execute any kind of Sewing
''.done by Machinery, to inspect them, and make
'our they tecurt tht hut, by proving the Weed
before ourcnasine. The ComnanT beine dulr
'licensed, the' Machines are protected against
.uunngements or litigation.
,-.' ST PERSONS AT A DISTANCE can or
dex by mail with perfect confidence that the
iJfacAtM will reach them safely,' and that they
-will be able to manage it to their entire satis
faction, with no other aid than the printed in--struclions
aceombanvinr each Machine. Everv
."explanation will be cheerfully given to all,
.whether they .wish' to purchase or not, D'ucrip-
ire Circulars, together with Specimens of
.Work, will be famished to all who desire the:
br mail or otherwise.
' XT RELIABLE AGENTS WANTED, la
jll localities in the United States, Caaadas,
British Provinces, Cuba, Mexico, Central and
'South! America, West India Islands and the
Bahama Islands, to whom we offer great induce
ments Energetic men will find it a paying
-Doainess, asreuaoie sewing Macmnes nave be
come a necessity in every family. We manu
facture a great variety of styles, from which
Wre give" a few prices: No. 2, Family. $50:
'No. 2, Extra, $60; No. 2, Half Case, $65 and
'$75; No. 3 & 4. Manufacturing. $75 and $85.
, - WEED SEWING MACHINE CO.,
506 Breadway, N.y.
(Box 2,041 Post Offlee.)
June 16, 1864.
itThe. National Claim Agency,"
"HAJLYZY,' COLLIffS BRACE,
ICtreriMeituigeits aii AtUritys,
, :, t aevtnth atrtet, Witt,, 3
j .WASHINGTON, ,D. C.?
CLAIMS presented, and. prosecnted, hefore
Congress, Owrtof Claims,' and the De
partment. i Pa teats, Tensions aad Beaaty
Landa'seeored. ' ' '"" ',
" r1 Gekeral Basiness Triasisaeted.
FRED. L. HARVEY, JOH2T F. COLLINS,
ov wasHiRrroir' cirri I trnwTou.
jc.JULIUS BRACE, IRA J. LACOCK,
t cmciKHiTi, oaao.
OV KIAWATMA, KSJISAt.
T 5 Jiprtl J,Tlb63-3w,
TDRHER, FRAZER k WILLIAMS,
ifOREIGN ANQ.DOMlSriC. LIQUORS.
No. 7 FOURTH STREET,
lontk of Ttle Farlaick's,
TJ0PHiu " IIOsJRl.
. MarwhW, ll4-tf. -r
THE undersicned has Just opened, at leek
ett'a.old staid, ia White Cload.a new
seek of -
Fwily & Miscellaneous fineries.
au, "- .: '
COFFEE, SUGAR, TEA.
. "" TOIEOAB, 0T8TES8, f
'"'flf- , HTJTS, CANDIES, AC,
-Which he will sell at the lowest living prices,
for Cash.- He Jntend ikeepiag rap hla-teck,
aad to be at all times prepared ta accoatatedate
all CBatdicers. The pablic are solicited to rive
Msiaeall:" T ' . MILTONUTT.
YiWhlte Clond, Apriri6.10-as; --
.,TMEASES OF THE NERVOUS, SEM
cJLcINAL, URINARY AND SEXUAL
-AYSTEMsV aew and reliable treatment ia
iteyottref, ike HOWARD ASSOCIATION
dfeert fcy attll in sealed letter ear etopee, free f I
arre.. jtaarees, vr.j.njaijLijiJsuun-iDeootaea'inway-rTesMrn city. ,ria tail
TO, Howard AseWattaa;, jfc , ftwaak Km. I before parehasUr elsewherer '-'
sure fieieral ittek tf tttif thai
.-: .-3 ?
LEMON, HOSEA & CO,,
No. By Fourth St.,
J5T. JOSEPH, M0 ,
Keep a Large' Stock of
DRY 600 J??
AT WHOLESALE ONLY!
MERCHANTS ARE REQUESTED
TO GIVE THEM A CALL
Prices Guaranteed to be as Low as
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
May 12, 1864-6nt.
Superior tofany in the Market.
IT is used by first-class families everywhere,
and highly reconuunded for nervous and
dyspeptic persons, bensg very nutrious and free
irons ait deleterious substances, in testimony
01 wnicn i nave certincates from tbe most em
minentPbTsicians and Chemists in the Countrv,
Try it and you will be sure to continue its use
in preference to any other.
oora ai retail ior iwenty-iive uente per
Pound by First class Grocsra throughout the
17 A liberal discount to tbe Trade.
Put np only by
LEWIS A. OSBORN,
Wholesale Depot, 69 Warren St., New York.
June 16, 1864.
PRO BONO PUBLICO!
To the Citizens of White Clond aad
Adjoining-. Towns and Country,
Far and Near, la Kansas,
Nebraska and Missouri.
N. O. PIERCE,
HAVING located In White Clond, Kansas,
II nr,n,m1 tfl fin nil Irinrla if wa.V fn Lla
line, such as
House and Sign Pafntlne.
GRAINING. PAPER HANGING.
VARNISHING, OILING, c. 4c.
Also. Wftmil fttirl n.rnifr... nlrl aw Ntar
painted or repainted.
oausiacuon riven and work warranted in all
Orders left It t-it Khnn nnnmit. R.;i...
Store. Or at the Verandah Honae will rrrrira
N. O. PIERCB
White Clond, Sept 8, 1864- tf. -
SIDNEY TENNENT.' CYRDS C. CAMP
TENNENT & CAMP,
mmm ta taw
TROY, DOHPHIS CO., KAJTSAS
To Disabled Soldiers. Seawaen and Is
- rineaj and! Widows or other Heirs of
those who have Died or keen -Killed
in the. Service. ' -
OHAS. C. TUCKER.
Attorney r Claimants, Boanty Land -and
. . Pension. Agent, -.
WASHINGTON CITY, D.,0..-
PENSIONS .procured for. Soldiers, Seamen
and Marines of the present war, who are
disabled by reason of wounds receiver! or, dim.
ease contracted while in service: andPenaiona.
Douusy money ana arrears of ray obtained for.
kiuuwb or ur umcr neira 01 inose wno nave aiea
or been killed while in service. X '
Bounty Land procured for eervieei in any of j
no v, 7, 61-tf ,Waahington , DiC
" -r " H. COOPER,-. : ,
(At Rafter's OM Stand,)
WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS,;
Has just opened a large stock.of
i Coaaistioj,inpart,of j
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, '"
BOOTS k. SHOB8, PROVISIONS,
HATS, 7 ,- " TrNWARE,
. QUKNSWARE,, 4; Ae7:i
LikewUe a large sUck of V " '
ClMtleBei's Beftiy-Hftie Clttkiwr
AND rURNMHlNG GOOD; '
Which hi can sell at as low prices as they can
i a -
'?:' t if J
' !A WBBi
ARE YOU EV AGONY?
n .i .A njp g
A .WEEIfSEEmG 0
!?-; ' ' ' '. S?
B aej4 CkaarlTko SUkUg sair
The history of these great Kemediesis Ike
world has ever known. It establishes the all
Important fact that WMrTxs,..ead In wt-.
arm nun internal disease exists, the disin
fecting, searching and healing properties of the
Pill are ally, equal tojts sabjection.Md Jure,
and that, with the Ointment, they are
' &itiZC&g &F r -3-
-This is not a history written ty one asaaor
even'derived from the experieaeeset oqe"Ba-tioa.--It
nia'la frein the sick of every country an onira
peeiaaMe record, the like of which taAirrer
been add wed In fcror ofayisegtery.-et in
vsntionsSoe'tImebgan. '; j? j Tv.'
Thf gMy EetIm,WorldKwWfl and
World Triedrarc a. Boon to th Sick.
The want of a sterling medicinal to meet the
ills and nscessities of the suffering portion "of
humanity, and one entirely1 free' from Mineral
and other deleterious partities, was 'severely
felt till this all powerful medicine was ushered
into the world; Hoixowii'i i.lNVALVASLn Pjujs
have become the aorsnoLO axaauT of all na
tiena: Their attribnU is to raxmrr as well as
toerai; they attack the sadix oaaoorofthe
complaint, and thus, by removing thev hidden
cause of disease, re-invigorate and restore the
drooping energies of the system, assisting na
ture in her task of vital and rcnsnoAar an
rowATieH'. u - st
"Disorders of tbe 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 PillsT They 'eleanse the
bowels, regulate the liver, briDg the relaxed or
irritated stomach into a natural condition, and,
acting through tbe secretive organs, crox the
blood mm-, change the state of "the system
from sickness to health, by exercisiag a simul
taneous aad wholesome effect upon all its parte
Woman, in aliher 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 chnngca,. 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
exclusively subject. ' -- " ?
Be it Understood
That the above statements can' at all times
be verified by the written testimony (extending
through a quarter of a centary) of tens of thou
sands of unimpeachable witnesses.
Bilious Maladies, &c.,' &c.
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 tbe ordina
ry disorders of the,prganr indicated by pain In
the right side and between the shoulders, yel
lowDesepf the whites of theeyes, weakness and
debility, &c, are relieved and removed by the
remedy, with a celerity which astonishes the
sufferers and their friends. Let the sick, whom
the faculty have abandoned, resort with confi
dence to this powerful anti-bilious agent, and
a restoration to health and activity will be the
Dyspepsia, Diarrhea, Weakness, &c.
The terrible bodily and mental pangs wjiicb
characterise Dyspepsia, are at'oneA' mitigated
by the r Pills. Diarrhoea, .constipation, head
ache," physical prosiatlon'nervoas tremors,
hot flashes, spasms, affections of the.kidnejs,
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 aspeeiAo for dyspepsia,
and the disorders connected with .it", or grow
ing out of it, the Pills aret always to be relied
on, when every other medicine and mode of
treatment has utterly failed. '""
HollewaVs Klls eji'tnVbtet Sme7 known
.frtfeaWerld tec tfa'imllAwiaf ijfoefjeel
Asthma, - o 'Headaches;1 -'
Bowel OompIalaU,- Iudigestion,"- - -
Congbsr' ' '
Lives CpmplaiaU, '
Lowcsss of Spirits,.!
,Eles,( ' ; '
Stone and Gravel, .
, "Eccondary Symptoms,
, venereal Affections,
-Worses of all 'kind.
- ' CajitloBi-
If the reader of this noties'teapaot ret a
box of Pills or. Ointment, from the drugstore ia
his place, let'him write to-meeacloahie the
aniAHiit wJm a A.ffl a?1: l . m
-ui., "f. v mii a oox. iree ot expense.
Many dealers' will uot'keep my medicines on
nana, because they cannot, make as much pro-
. -- - At . - -"-
oujr;pemoBS- msxe. ,- , .T
-wone are genuine unless the words "HoUo-
ssey. Am Teri and Lan&m"- are discernible
as a Waaer-aieraT'eWlea'f'of the book of
dueetione around each box; the same may be
taadeome reward wiU Jbe Wren toanYone ren-
oermgaacn lniqrmatioQ-as may lead 'to the
de! PCWPUty parties counUrfeiUng
the medianes or Tending the same, knowiae
Z&MSWL 3 Prkfe-or
andbyanrespertable-DnrggisU and Dealers
dyJ&worid-1 boxatat .nlilB
I '-! ssTTsD IrshssV JssfllV''
ssssssssssssssssBslx ssssssssCjsssssssssF assWIHHlsiassssssssssV iZr
x a. t. - - - a m .
H. N. SXAYXK.
3! Si TP U Lr C 5T J
?. tt. v a -v
Hlllil llllli . 1
?jL?IiH'I lilr lli -:
ABE JTUST BECEIYING HEHJSJJEL
jmitmfr mrz- za ;?
wuu aiiu f?
-TKrsrc vs .cr ""jti.
AP T-5 "K
DRY GOODS, WKOUiyKlKS,
Hats and Caps. Boots and Shoes,
h TM?TTiiPvnJi 1
A LAflflE ASSORTMENT
I Y? - - , .,; fc jy.
With all other Articles usually
- Whlte-Clood; Beptember 8I8Gi-tf.
-TEB JAMtlRg SpCS. JEWEL!
mDEBS0. PATENT IO0M1!
A GRAND INTENTION.
IT WEAVES DOESKIN;
IT WEAVES. JEANS;
,i 5 IT WEAVES PLAIN CLOTH,
IT WEAVES CARPETS,
IT WEAVES TWEED,
IT WEAVES SEAMLE8S SACKS,
IT WEAVES COTTON,
IT WEAVES WOOL, "
IT WEAVES FLAX,
IT WEAVES HEMP.
raira K. TiACTy jKaxasus.- newinu.L.
FRANK M. TRACY CO.,
TTAVING PURCHASED OF THE PAT-
XX entee the Patent Right for tbe State of
rUnsas, tnese new jUMms will. be. rorsaie in
every County in Kansas. Every Farmer' can
have a perfect Loom in his own house for
- I THIRTY DOLLARS !
This Loom is Intended to' take the place of the
common.Hand Loom. It Tread. the Treadles,
throws the Shuttle, lets off the Web. and takes
up the Clotfi, the weaving being .all done by
working the Lathe. The Web is is sized, Spool
ed, Warped, Beamed and Drawn in the usual
manner, enabling the weaver to use the Loom
with but little instruction. And as'they are
CHEAP AND SUBSTANTIAL;
and not liable to get out of order, and will
weave three tlmesas fast as tbe common Loom,
they exactly fill a large and increasing demand
among farmers, for some easy, healthy,. and
speedy way of converting their own produc
tions of '
WOOL AND FLAX INTO CLOTIJING,
which they find it to their interest to do on ac
count 'of the high price of the manufactured
article, from tnese facts we are enabled to
offer to the Farmers and Mechanics of Kansas.
a business, both profitable to themselves and
of general and lastinc benefit to the communi
ty, relieving it to a great extent of the contin
ual aram on its casn resources. Tne unio
State Board of Agriculture, 1861, awarded the
nrst premium, a Diploma, and it bas taken the
first Premium by the State Board of Agricul
ture, of Kentucky." ia 1863.
A SILVER MEDAL
was awarded it at.'the last New York State
Fair'. Calt and see a full sized-and rigged
Loom in complete operation. Orders for Looms
solicited from the '-
MERCHANTS AND BUSINESS MEN
oi Kansas. 'Farmers'and others can be suonlied
at any time by the'Mannfacturers. Ail letters
of inquiry containing a stamp for return postage
will be promptly answered.
ID Circulars, containing full description of
we tioom, witn tne most simple directions tor
...r . Ml u' ... ... ,: .;
ii.iuK it, win uc ecu. uu Bmfiicaiiuii.n
Address, FRANK M. TRACY & CO.,
June 3, 1864 lyjt. ;
niSViS'THEONLY RELIABLE -
' Na Wdcd-Wtrftb Stvell or Split.
Ai Tkumi Screw to get out of Order.
Warranted Wili or Without Cog-Wheels.
IT took' the FIRST PREMIUM at Fifty
Seven State and County Fairs in 18S3, and
is, teitiout on exception, tht but Wringer ever
Patented. ia the United States, England,
Canada, and Australia. Agents wanted in ev
er j town, and in all parts of the world.
. Energetic .agents can, make from 3, to 10
Dollars per day."
- Sample Wringer, sent Express-paid, on re
ceipt or price.
..No. 9. $6 50. No. I, $7.50. No.F.tWO.
Ho. A, $950. -
Manufactured, and sold, wholesale, and re
tail, by T , '
THE PUTNAM .MANUFACTURING CO.,
No. 13 Piatt Street, New York,
, Cleveland, Ohio,
8.:C. NORTHROP, Agent.
WHAT EVERYBODY KNOWS, vis:
That Iron well' galvanised trifl tnt nut;
That a euwslr machine is better than a compli-
That a Wringer should ho self-tijuttiuf, dura.
r .Ue, ond. efficient; " ' . ' "
ThatTiaiei Scrnrt and Fattening? cause it-
Mv.,and iroutu to regulaU and: keep in
That wood soaked, in hot water mil neiU,
thrini and tpm;
That wood bearings for, the shaft to run in will
mar, oar;, '.,
That IW Putnam Wringer, with or without
. coc-wneeis. win uar tat ctttaet: .
Tliat, cog-wheel regulators are not' essential;
luiikugfUHun TrnDtreroas mu ue advan
tages, and net ear of,the disadvantages
That all who have, tested it, pronounce it. the
tut Wringer ever made; , -"
That jt.will. wring a TSrecaT or a' Bed-Quilt
WITHODT ALTXXATJOlf . . -
. jWe.migbt fin, the paper with testimonials,
bat Insert only a few to convince the skeptical,
if such there be; and we say to ,all,' esTPut
naaVa Wringer. Test it THOROUGHLY with
ANY and ALL others, and if not entirely sat
isfactory, return it! ' ' ' r '
jPktaewi Manufacturing Co. s
QrjTLzvE: I know, from practical. ex
perience, that iron .well galvanized with sine J
wui not oxidize or rust one particle. Tne 1'ut-
nam-Wringer is as.near perfect as possible, and 1
I can chaakullv reeomnVnd it to hTthi ht .
in use. Resnectfollv "vours.
- ., - ' . -- - - -
JNO. W. WHEELER,
' , "T - "r. Cleveland, Ohio.
Ifanv years' exDerieace in the nlvanlsinsr
busineas, enable ate to iadorse the above state
mentin'a erWars, ," '
, Vl'W. U.UffIlli
. ,.. ' No. 100 Beekman St.
-. KeVqrorsr;iranwirTil86t:-!' 3'"
Welhave ie!Kij'aotlie. Wringer
uj pracuemi waraiag.aou inuwuisi wi,i mf.
it u cheap;. it. i simple;, it ree.eirea.no room,
whrtbVr at Wnek-'irat rami' aehild "can ocierst
it; itdoeaiU daty'thoroBghlv: Jt aavee time
ud li savee wear and tear, .We earnestly ad
vtte ail'wha kkv aXa'waakiaeta'do 'with all
HJB. id W&r3trnnz
'. '1 . i
wH1 mwsff' - enV essst ssssf asV wB
mm Ml -' 11'
-fV li I 41 IIPLF
HKK.KA)Y MAJf)K UiiUTHLHfcr.
. -..-. ..... ...-;
kept in Variety or Country Stan.
SEAVER ' JENNINGS.
S47 Breadway, Kew Tork.
1 T was pronounced superior to all others at
-a. the World's fair, in London, 1S63. It took
the First Premium at the great Fair of the
AMERICAN INSTITUTE, in New York
City, 1863, here tbe judges were practical
mechanics, and appreciated CUu-WHEELa.
It took the Fisst PatwcM at tbb
New Yoax State Pais, 1 3G3 and 1 863.
'VEiMO.fT State Faib, 1863.
Pemstlvania State Faib, 18S3.
Ibdiaha. State Faib, " 1863.
Iowa State Faib, 1863.
Illinois State Faib', 1863.
Ann at Codmtt Faibs wmorr mam.
SELF-ADJUSTING AND ADJUSTABLE !
It Saves Time, Labor, Clothes, and Monty .
It is easily and firmly secured to the tab er
Washing-macnine, and will fit tuba of any sise
or shape. It is simple in its construction, aad
does not easily get out of repair.
It is not only a PERFECT WRINGER, b
the Cog-wheels give it a POWER which rea
ders it a most excellent washes, pressing and
separating, as it does, the diet with the wateb,
from the Clothes..
Any Washerwoman can use it a Child lea
years old can use ft.
It will save its cost evoiy.G months, in the
saving of clothes.
ssis sold rv lata.
No. PRICES. Sire of Seller.
1. Large Family $19 llin. 2V4'in.
IK Medium 10 IlJin. l?iin.
2. Med, Family 8 BO 9 in. IJJin.
2. small 7 BO 10 in. IJi in.
3. Small " 0 8 in. isin.
8. Large Hotel IS 14 in. 2 in.
18. Med. Laundry SO "17J in. Z In.
22 Large " SO 11 in. 3j in.
Nos. 18 and 22 to run by Steam or Haud.
Pulleys, $4 per pair.
Nos. 2 and 3 have have Small Rolls and
NO COGS, all others are . . "
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 Wringers without Oig-whetls.
In our monthly sales of over 5,000,' only from
one to two dozen are without Cogs. In onr
retail sales, we have not sold one in nearly, two
years! This shows which style is appreciated
by the public. This is tbe only Wringer with
Tbe Patent Cog-Wheel Regulator, '
And though other Wringer-makers are licens
ed to uie our Rubber rolls, yet none1 are- ever
licensed to use the Cog-wheel Regulator.
Therefore, for cheapness and durability, buy
only the -
On receipt of tbe price, from places where
no one is selling, we will send the U. C. W.
fbxx or extssse.
What we especially want is a good
In everr town. We offer liberal inducement.
and guarantee the exclusive sale'.
. U. imuw ii, uenerai Agent,
347 Broadway, New York.
June 9, 1864.
NEW YORK & PHILADELPHIA
Ornamental Iron Works,
riTHE subscribers having formed cooaee
JL tion with Messrs". Wooo k Pxabr. of Phil
adelphia, under the above title, are prepared
to furnish every, description of
OKtFAMEBTAL IRON WORK,
Cast, Wroaght and Wire Railings,'
FOB XHCLOSme - ' - '
CEMETERY LOTS. DWELLINGS.
PUBLIC SQUARES, ftc. '
Verandahs, Circular 4 Straight f tain,
DOORS, 'WINDOW GUARDS,
table fixtures, Fountains, Vases, Ae.
Also, having purchased of the fate' firm ef
Hutehiason Wiekersham, Canal Street, their
entire stock of -
BEDSTEADS, CRADLES, PUltNITDRB, 4e
they now offer to the public, at their New
Warehouse, E. rv,
THE HOST EXTENSIVESTOCK OF
OKVAXEXICAI. JKOX GOOM
to be found in the .United States. They have
biso purcnasea ei tne new YUKKWIRE
nAii.txxu uu, tne patent ngbt and machine
ry for making'
Wire Railing, finn Fence, Window Baards,
GRATING, COAL SCREENS, x
and will continue the ExcLcarvn Maasfaotare
of the same at their Works.
- ' ' CHASE A CO.,
(Offiette St. Nicholas Hotel.)
24 Bboadwat, New Yoax.
"" AexaeT, ,369 'Broad way; lie w
ISepj. 8, 18M.
The CHBAPKSTJEff ELIY HOUSE mthworI
4,318 Prrxaa or Assomp Jrwsxsr roa'fSO.
A COMPLETE List of, Fine Gold, Plated
and Oride Jewelry, sent free! ' Address'
J. A. SALISBURY, Acejrr,
.febSeVO w. -t , PaaTianicayR.I
1 is UK. M ,' 1 .t ' w fcst i-. i
io.' K- '$ tnt ,s!ftv
slWV Usl & Vsw-.
y " -
A sTTI-rnVEKZUrfl. DOTJBLE-ACTTsIO.
W iMcOto AMU ZTEttlSQSi
rriHESE numns have now been in reneral
JL use a number of years, and give 'better
satisfaction than any otner, and are rtcom
"""" "m -- - ' - - . a
by Capt. Erricson.and other eminent Engineers.
We can refer to thousands using them, and
?iaraojee, that", all ,iU;recdmmepd,then-.-.
hey are more simple in construction, .and
work easier, and cost less than all' others.' a
"Our readers will find.tbe'.doebrVacUnk idf
proved Pump of J. D.vWes'f 4 3d.j bneVrthe
best in the market. It ia very simple, works to
a charm, so that any child taayise-It;' throws
a steady, continuous stresm, and does not
freeze in the coldest exposures, and is unusually
coeap. rv e aay mis iDowingiy, ana (tve tan
testlmonv of our own accord,' withdkt the"
knowledge or request of the proprietors."
if. Y. Jf. rut, Jxfjr lsr, law; u .
This mav certify that I have been, esinc at
my manufactory, for the . last four years.1
"West's Improved rumps." I now bave in
se three of said numns. one ofjwhichja kept
coqalanUy iawOrk.4 honra ecb-day'..(iavi-
SuSdsTan'd hra-teenVminirik 'for the past
two Tears. I pronounce them, unhesitatinclv.
the best pumps that bave been brought to my
notice.-.saTing nsea many- otners' previously.
They are simple in their construction; and not
easily .disarranged; ... . .Jims" A. .West.
. I., UCt. 1U, 1H59.
Jilt. West A Co.: , . r '
-We are pleased to'itate that the Tumps we
had'of.you, about' a,:ytar ago.'have' been -in
constant use, 13 hours each day, and raise for
the uae of our Woolen .Factory,, about 130
gallons per minute. .They wgrk with but little
power, compared with pumps wo lave used
before, and do not get out of repair, and are
satisfactory in 'all respects'. Yours, &c,
DiRtLar MAXurACTVBiKO CoxrAar.
Solos Ros.-mo.t to the Farmer's Club, Jan. 23:
"No farmer who owns a well or 'cistern can
possibly afford to be without an iron pump. It
should bo at ouce a suction and force pump a
perfect little fire eDgine such a one known as
' (Vest's Improved Pump.' I speak of this
pump because I happen to know it ... to be
very simple, durable, powerful and cheap, and
it don't freeze'up, nor get out of "order once a
year ... I know this, and think I may be doing
the farmers good by speaking of it. ... A boy
10 years old can work it, and throw a continu
ous inch-and-a-quarter stresm.. . . It can be
made to work, in deep wells as' wallas in-shallow'
From the New York Observer.
We have had in use for months past eno.of
Weit's Pumps, which has given us more' sat
isfaction as a force and lifting "pump than any
we have ever aaed. It ia one of creat power.
'and well adapted for chip's decks, mine, fac
tories, green-bouses, graperies, Ice, 4c. i be
Mining Chronicle and Railway Journal says:
It is recommended for its extreme simplicity
of construction, groat strength, and conse
quent auraoiiiir. ana cheapness oi repair.
There is no ttutting' box the pressure being
beld by a cup packing, like that upon the
worhlng'piiton, .working In a cylinder, fitted
for the purpose within the upper air chamber
wbich we tninkagreatimprovemcnt,asstuuing
is so liable to be deranged, and leak under
strong pressure, to say nothing of tbe-los by
friction incident thereto. It bas also two air
chambers: thus the action of the valve is
cushioned upon both sides by air preventing
water-hammer and Taenia thump. The valves
are very accessible; and simply and cheaply
repaired. They work much easier than any
pump wehave ever'seen the '4 ineh cylinder
being or ked by, children, ia wells ,lOOfeet
deep, and as they arVextremely-cfieap' as well
as simple and stroftgfwe freely recommend
Gt. Nice-, L. I., 1860
, I hart S?ed this pwnp for one sommer aiid
winter, exposed iv the North-Weit wind coming
over '.Long Island bound, being tne colOisi
possible exposure, and at.no time did itfreeze.
nor were we unable at any time to pump water
witb great case. 11. B. .McIlvain.
She undersigned, having to oee "West's Im
proved Pumps," 'cheerfully recommend them
as simple, durable and powerfal in raising and
throwictr water, and for their ease ot action.
security against frost, and low price, we believe
them superior to all others'.
WatBcx LEL4KD, Set. Hotel, 3ew-7rk.
J. W Pomirot, Yonkers, 3T. Y'.
Jno, Messiseau, N. Y.
Caiisxipce Mf.tr, N. C, Juae 15, 1!63.
X'D West Co.: - '
Oente The piimp'which I ordered for our
Mine is'received aha but to work In our un
derlay shaft, which we 'are sinking We fird
tbat one man will with eaeiut u gallons per
minute. Wa Fifted in ' three and a ball hours
all the water in the shaft, which measures seven
by twelve feet and 30 'feet deep, and it' was
full when we commenced. It answers our ex
pectations in every respect",, and our' workmen
are highly pleased with it. It will do great
service with but triflfnK expense for repaiis.
We have plenty more such certificates, but
think these are enough. For Pumps, Iiosc,
Pipe, ks, address or call upon
J. U. v ESI UU... .
' ' 179 .Broadway, N. Y.
Omcx or Cm.tTV TariiFarB,
Trov, Kansas, October 4, 166-1.
TAX-PAYERS in Doniphan County are
'hereby notified tbat the County .Treasurer
will visit theseveral voting precincts iin the
Coeoty, for tbe purpq.e of receiving' taxes for
the pveseBi year, at tbe following s appointed
.timet, iawlt:n , r, . . -..
Wiu't C!oBd,.Mondy, and JPueaday, Octo-
Highland, jwteroay uetooer w.
" Wolf ' JMtwt Tewaifcip,' "
STracuse, Moiiday cd TaesSay, Ocloker W
- 'J hTt:OmTlTpWHP' '
Oolemhus, Friday'aud SstJi-jtay, October 23
aau 29. ,
Wathena, Hooday, October 31. t t
Palermo WednesdayiTfomber'Jt '
PeteraburgThuridaj;, Notfrnber Jf .
r We Towashjp
Geary City. Prlday, November di, .
Doniphan, Saturday, November i. .
October 6, 1864-3W.,
-t nient to. the CourtHouse and the business
part of town. ""Guest. will ieeeire the very
bestatteatienyt 3rtJ,) ,. j v r .
tr.A-lurm atable ia,nanrtioa.wItVi th'e
hrmaa. Tnr'Am ..VV xe t... ' ' -
TtfT. .TZXX?. C
WT A MQJfrraAlato-wanted .tepeU
tyf if Sewit Machiaes. We will give a
'HlS55r lSfTn tint' l 'afn
ihr7?l2?rVA, V a.-f. IwlsOJ
Troy, Wednesday and-Thutsday. October 19
aiid Mf ans7iR beloTTrby aftV Neembe8.
' " ? is s? FRANK Mi:TKA.cyS
. ia a etmstituUonal diataVj.V l
, .. , u,ca una gay vir-Y" e- a.
wealuand pooe. Bekutj .r?? ii?
perradea the whole" bodi nTi?1-!
Sdisease on any p7L iWJ
it e!SSby ftereual disease, fe'f?S
above all, by the TenerMi T?
v,. .li i:lt ' zys??
ever .be it, .origin.it is hered.,
sututionj descendini--.w.-..-- ' u"'- e
tuntq thehird and fourth general V
it seems to be the rnfl nf?Kt,?' -rdJ
m :.:. .i.. . . . " """ wco .... i
Its effects commene Ti .. ?..
, Wood of corrupt ottf ccrom"
tt "Eternal er52
tubercles: in the rian.l. ..,&"" ttReil
thesurftce, eruptions or sores Ttei,?
rupuon, which genders in the blood Nt "
the energies of life, so that scrofuW. rT
tions .not .only suffer from sciof!? "
rlafntiV but' 'they have tar ll"1'''1 i
stand the attacks of oth,r aL."
4 rtiTwnKa. !i r (OCifv
;h nit scrofulous in tLfe?
UE'ITn k ! .
.-"""" i""""1 b7 this taint s
..m X .i .".. "wra.
"',Ci,.,7 ."",ua!P'ion )&?
in this scrofulous contamination- .j "v
destruettre diseases of the liver, kidnevi! S? T
and,jndeed.of all the organs, arTfc
are aggravated by, tbe same came w
One quarter of all our people are ,,
their persons are invaded hySSr001
fection,- and their health is tmdZi i??"
To cleave it from the system wennXJU
the blood by an alterative medj&, T
rigorate it by healthy food J !, "
Suf h a medicine ire' imnl ""tae.
Ctmponnd Extract of Sarapjrilla,
the most effectual remedy which 0 ff..ji
skill of our times can devise for ft!. -T
...i :i: ,-..-,. . . "3.
"""c jj.c.aiiuij, unu imai niaiaur. uijt
billed from the most active remedialsilajL,'
been discovered for the expurgation of tli J
disorder from the blood, and the meat ft
T5teni ircm us destructive roiueawv.
not only Scrofula, but also those oJt ..
iiuu- njiicu uiisc jium k, men at r.trrtiti
and Skin Disusto, St. Antiioxt ?,
ItosE, or ERTsirriA. Piunxv. Pr.m
.: - t.:l- r. e ;. .
Buitchks. Buixs and BoiM.TrNnasTrmt
andS.tT RiiKtM, 8caii Heav, Rutins
ItiiKCMATisst, Striutrf ic andSltRcrxmlfc,.
kaars. Ditiii-sv, Dxsrxrsia, Dibiliii, ,,,
111MAU.1 ... tl ... U. ..uu ... ..ua.. ,
.....iiu, Abw v.ur,...i.-i m A.1N.1U mux jt:a.
teu or Iutcbk lii.ooij. The popultr htU
in " impurity of the llood " it founded b treh,
for scrofula u a degeneration of the Llood. Tl
particular purpose and virtue ef this Suuft.
riila is to purify and regenerate this villi iji,
-without which sound health ii inyouitt a
r. roe the srrtni ccbe or
fnfermlttenf PeVev. vrVtvtr and Arm,
Remittent Fever, Chill Pevcr, Daa
Sine, Pcrliulicnt Ileailarhe, or Dlllait
llemlarlir, and lilllnn Feven, litU
for the whole rla of illtKtr,iirllMj'
Ins iu lilllary ilcrnuicracnl, cmi4 tt
the Malaria of Mlasinatlc Countrlti.
Wc are esaUed here to offer the traanutTi
remedy mucn, nnitcii cairn ineeiiurecTniBir
quantity. Such a remit! is intaliuMra itt'tli
where these allKrting disorders prmi Ttj
' CntE " espeW the miasmatic noimIiiii
and Aorr. from the system, and prcmiifrli-
YrioDmeiit of the cSe. if Mien en the tmlv
-nioaehof iuoremonitorvstsistoms. lthMtcart
me ocm. remcaj erer jei oiscinorn mm io&.
of complaints, but also the chcaptiL TV tee
nftmtitT wr unnnlv for a dollar kiinn it wilt in lit
,rearh of eery body ; and Jn btlkxstrirti,w!tfr
Peveh ai AOce prevails, frerf body W
hire it and use it freelr both for cnif aI rrtet
'Moil. A great .superiority rf Ihw irwedt iw mi
other ever dlscorertd for tke spenfy and twin
cure of Intermittent! i that it contains ao Urirae
or mineral, consequently it products no-tpnira or
other injurious effects whatever open the comUt
tion. Those cured by it are left ts tealtkj uil
jfcey had nrTrr,hsd thr ellv-sse.
i ever and Agne is not alrae ll cotsrrxw i
the iiilasmatic"poison. A Rreaf tsrVi; ef ma
ders arie fromits irritation, amorijr "K J
Neurnlvia, Khevmatitm,Gmt, llndathi, Dl
lIL...l STMW..K. CnlnrrX. Althmm.lii
ranqemtnt of the Stomach, ail el whith. -n
oriirinatinu iH.tbb pmse, pnt on tht mtermienl
type, or tecWepwfocEcrf. Tnfa"Crsi'i?'J
the poison from tbe-Mood, anrl consequently rm
flreni aff alike. It is an invaluable protecwu a
iruminranU and persons travelliag or tioipcoaf
rrsidinz in the malarious districts. If taken -soaaUy
o 5hy whne exposed to thr ia"'-"'
.fiat.will be excreted from the systrm; J o"
aeeomnlate in sufficient qnantitr to ripen ma
ease. Hence it is even autre taluaUe for fto -tion
than cure, anil lev trill ever softer rron inp"
.wiittinulfthev avail thtniselTes of the ptjteass
this remedy affords.
Frepaaed by Dr.J. C ATEB & CO., IflwtD,Xi
FORMERLY T0PEK1 HOUSE,
N. E. Cor. Knnsas Avenne aud FiftaHi
'.ItHIS well-known ToDeltaHoo3e"hM
L thoroughly renovated, aud has U n
opened under the auspices of
E.C. X. QAXTOY,
Who flatters himself Ibat tbe fart htrtSci
guarantee to the Kansas Tublie, lht "
Comfort and Cotvmier ef' ' 1,S
1CLAS3 HOTEL wni be fonaeosin). '"
r . . - - a.a .J Afifa
ICooms are large and wen lurnmoeu ".
nient. The. HOUSE ia iminediatrly is,w
of .the CAPITOL BVlVDWGir,
Avenue. ' ,, ,vi
And if more is required, we. might ."
HOUSE Js tbe
at taer-Capitol of our next Psdnt,0 '
CfEBA'CjAMES, HENRY. U'
A 36, 18CT. ,,rfl
Claims" isiiist (ftveriimeilt
SI v -HiaJkttBIjj t'.'
I..at .at l4 A r at .
l-a t , .jasvA.a9 m. v."""'
Pnlls Citr - "
THE above mentioned firms havigw
. ..btr. ee now ready ?.
cnteoBBSdHmrfSiUm before Sff11
Oepsrtmeato al'Waskingtbn'. l
Paypsbd all kisceIlaneous"elalm'stten8
ParticnlaTattentioti paid to;??'""",.
Mtsseati Srirolled "MintTa Claims;, also, n
ceaaed ejdierl'cialsas--r r' OILfotios,
Persons having claims .of this J"WgJ
will do weirtecalIfeVirs..af Falls W
White Cloud. . . r-... Lltt
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