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. . a Larr ufl -ore Geiertl -ttck wf thi
,I,t wa8 etsr before owrea
IN THIS PART OF KANSAS I
WHICH THEY FFER LOW, TOR
OR IN EXCHANGE FOR-
BAILEY & NOYES.
ARE YOU IN AGONY?
A. WELIrSPEING OF HOPE
C. F. JE55INM.
CAW BE FOUND IN
l of dead Cheer! The Staking atr
BT THE VIE OF
AJZLTZ JUSfT RECEIVING THEIB
Fall atiil Winter Goods!
ilCF, lHPnnVin PUMP ScroMa,orKinfsEvil,
ntwl W InirnUlLU I 1)1111 a Uaconsdmtfonaldh.aecriirrfcflO
, Cloud, Oatobir . 1884.
;! SEWtHG MACHINE
jtHbAPEST IN THE WORLD!
BECAUSE THE BKSZ
iTCMATLY REDUCED PWCM.
3 f BD BTOBG MACHINE OOHMHT.
j08 Broadway, N.
.1 mmi nerfeet Mi
''.r'-n kinds, ev.r presented to
, AKe. and rt,IeK "??S!!5
man " " """"
KWEED MACHIHf, w
ith Ml thsir
SCPIWO1170 ALLU1" '
lualy ad Uuaracturisj FurpotK.
(SiM"?cl J k..h... ..-rtxintr
. Lll lindiof fabricks. and art adap'
.5u ruitof ori without change or
"i" ' - all Hilda of Thread. Will
LEMON, HOSEA & CO.,
No. 5, Fourth St.,
ST. JOSEPH, MO ,
Keep a Large Slock of
'?...; 5..H-. nr.ld.Tuck. Quilt.
.. a? ji. nta. - ---
rl uibfc'' " kind8 of wrk re
" .. .. M.i.ftfii-Lnrprl.
k, rmii.fi """.. " .,
ft & "' S,,t' n,,',ch C,",n0t b"X'r
Tifj h EecriTrtl the tlightst Premiums
,, trrDiunee, where mey hihuki.
:,. i-:. -m-.i!t;.. with other standard
V,:bii. Wiuite alt persmis in search or
. ... Ywntr nuv kind Ul Sewing
iebT Uichincrv. to inject them, Mid make
..i ... it,. ...i. t.v moTinc the iWrrf
JI'llKf "-"' . . J 1-
Ktoourchninr. The Company Deing uuiv
-..i, the MichiniM aru protected agaiusi
-'nn.fin-iit r litiirition-
VrERSO.VS AT A DISTANCE can or
V bf m til "ith perfect confidence that the
' . 1 1 .hj ihif thf)t
Ijii.sf will 'mc!i mem !iciT, ni '"" ; j
,Dil.I- t) nuiupa it t tl'ir entire v
Wi.iih " 't'":r ld t,,n l,,c "l';, ,a"
cir.:-msccmpinyiiiKC.ich Machine, hvery
vjVitini will lie chcrrlullj given hi ..
...v...vr wi.li in nnrrlmw (irmi. uicriii-
1 .Crc'il, tocctlirr Willi ftpccimcm oi
i,i. U1 be funiishcd to all who desire them,
ljv'wnt!iorwic. .,. .
IT REM AISLE AnK.NTb .W i cu, in
lWflHII' 111 UIC UIIHL-il .-n-iir-.. v....- 1
VA Pririncd. C.ii'u, Mcxici. Central and
uk tm.rlr. Wf-it Indi.i NUinls and the
&HaiMiid.to whom weon-orj;reatiiiducc-
irt. Enerj;rtic men will find it a paying
cm sneer al'T in etcry famllT. We m
W.at a pcat'raricty of styles fmni "n'e"
erj fw pricr: Nrt. 2, Family. J'l'
Ki rEtrs.;KI;Ni.2, Half Cip, Jhj nd
$T5. Si 3 I . M-inufactnrinr. "5 nl $
WEED SEWING MA( H NE CO..
516 Broadway, N. .
(Bu S 041 Post Ollico.)
Jon. IS, 1664.
MERCHANTS ARE REQUESTED
TO G1TO THEM A CALL.
Prices Guaranteed lo be as Low as
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
May 12, ISG4-6ra.
"The Mional Claim Agency,'
HiEVEY, COLLINS, BRACE, &
GiTtrnnmt Asjcnts and Attorneys,
478 Sivmlh Stretl. Wttt,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
fU.AI.US prrrnted and protecutsi, lirfor
yj u3tess. tour: or lliims, aan me w
Mrtatuti. Patents, Pensions and Bountj
Onrral Uninri Trnnaeted.
FRED UHAHVEY, I JOHN F. COLLINS,
or waHiicTox rrrr I orurwToaK.
JULIUS BRACE, IRA J. LACOCK,
orciKcuiuTi.oHio. orniawATMi. raNsaa.
Superior to any in the Market
IT in iicd by first ciaaj families everywhere,
ami highly rrcommendi-d for nervous and
djtpiptic persons, bcinR very nutrious and tree
from nil ile'cterious suhstances, in testimony
if which I iiivecertificatis from the moU cm-mim.titVht.ician.-iiirf
Chcmi-tsiti llie Country.
Try it ami ou nill be .nro to continue its use
in nrefrrmce to anv "hi r.
S..ld "at rcUil lor Tenty-Five Cents per
r.mnd by First cU Grocara throughout the
03" A liberal discount to tha Tradt.
Tut nn onlv bv
LEWIS A. OSBOUN.
Wholesale Depot, GD Wairt-n st.. New York.
June IB. 16G4.
PRO" BONO PUBLICO!
Hir Citimni or niw i-n"'" "
ljoi 'inc Town ntid Couiitry
rr nnd Near, in Knnn,
Nrbrntkn nnd Mlnuri.
M. a. PIERCE,
hmvi! i,...in.l in White Cloud. Kansas
a. in ..-.... w - - -- --- l. . i,:e
is nrcrared to Uo all Kiuas oi wur. iu
lino, such at
House and Sign Painting,
VAUN 1SIIING. OILING. Ac. &c.
.i tr..n.. .ml CxTTianct. old or new.
inl. Irttr. ..-- ij -
...... i :..! i
Salislaclion given un "'- "--
YlTDaVfin nninnn tvff V t aaf t?
iir.nt.ts, M(.ubK a. tt iiitiiAnid)
Ord'ersvIeft at ny Shop, opposite Bailey's
Store, or at the Vt.rau.dah House will receive
prompt attention. Q rlERCE
White Cloud, Sept. 8, 1SG4- tf.
Tha history of thai grt staaadias I taa
most woadtrfal aatdical rsrslation that the
world bai artr known. It establishes tha all
important fact that waurrra. and in What-
kt nun intsrnal disease axitU, tha disln
fscting, searching and hsaling propartiat of tha
Pills ara fully equal to its subjsction aad aura,
and that, with the Ointment, they ara
The Great Ambassadors of Health to all
This is cot a history written by one man; or
aren derired from the experiences ol one na
tion. It consists of a compilation of testime-
nials from the sick of every conntry an unim
peachable record, tha like of which has never
been adduced in favor of any discovery or in
vention since time began.
These Mighty Healers, World Known and
World Tried, are a Boon to the Sick.
The want of a sterling medicinal to meet the
Ills and necessltiesof the sufreriBjj portion of
humanity, and one entirely free from mineral
and other deleterious partie'es, was severely
felt till this all powerful medicine was inhered
into the world; Hot-Lowav's Invalcasuc Pills
have become tho nosscnoL0 nmrov of all na
tions. Their attribute is ta t ivfnt as well as
to ecac: they attack tha badix oa aoor of the
complaint, and thus, by remaving tha hidden
cause of disease, re-invirorate and restore the
drooping energies of the system, assisting na
ture in her task of titaL and rtiacTiosaa'r a
roasiATie.K. 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 oneration of the Pillsl They eleansa the
bowels, regulate the liver, bring the relaxed or
irritated stomach Into a natural condition, and,
acting through the secretive organs Cfox the
looo iTsn.r, change the state of the system
from sickness to health, by exercislag a simul
taneous aad wholesome effect upon all its parts
and fundi ns.
Woman, in all her Difficulties.
Is invited to test the regulating and restora
tive powers of this harmless but effective pre
paration. At the two epochs of life in which
the female system undergoes the mot 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 lo 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.
In whatever form disease atttcks the liver.
, it is renelled an 1 exterminated by this search-
i.. r.ainTK4.inrI irresistible curatire. Bilious
remittents, bilious purging, and all the ordina
ry disorders of the organ, indicated by pain in
the right side and between the shoulders, yel
lowness of the whites nrthc eyes, weakness and
debility, 4c, arc relieved and removed by the
remedy, with a celerity which astonishes tlie
sufferers and their friends. Let the sick, whom
the faculty have abandoned, resnrt with confi
dence to this powerful anti bilious agent, and
a restoration to health and activity will be the
Dyspepsia, Diarrhoea, Weakness, &c.
The terrible bodily and mental pangs which
characterise Dyspepsia, are at once mitigated
bv the Pills. Diarrhcea, constipation, neau
aclie, physical prostration, nervous
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes,
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF READY MADE CLOTHING,
WJHi nil ntlipr Articles nsuallf kept in i
Wh'.te Cloud, September 8, 16G-lf.
Variety or Country Store.
SEAVER & JENNINGS.
THE FARMER'S HOME JEWEL !
HENDERSON'S PATENT MOM!!
IT WEAVES DOESKIN.
IT WEAVES JEANS,
IT WEAVES LINSEY.
IT WEAVES KERSEY,
IT WEAVES PLAIN CLOTH,
IT WEAVES CARPETS,
IT WEAVES TWEED,
IT WEAVES SEAMLESS SACJCS,
IT WEAVES COTTON,
IT WEAVES WOOL,
IT WEAVES FLAX,
"IT WEAVES HEMP.
rANK m. tbacv. at. aaiHin. a. aaewaxix.
FRANK M. TRACY & CO.,
tl AVIWfi PURCHASED OF THE PAT-
O. entee the Patent Right for the State of
Kansas, these new usomB win db lor saio
every County in Kansas, tvery rarmercau
have a perfect Loom in his own house for
This Loom is intended to take the place orthe
.,.m w.nd Loom. It Treads the Treadles,
throws the Shuttle, lets off the Web. and takes
up the Cloth, the weaving Being an none ut
working me L.aum. mc - t -ed.
Warped, Beamed and Drawn In the usual
manner, enacting me weaver w us. -"-
with but little instruction. And as they are
CHEAP AND SUBSTANTIAL,
and not liable to get out of order, and will
weave three tiraesas list as tue common urami
they exactly fill a large and increasing demand
among farmers, for some easy, healthy, and
speedy way of converting their own produc
WOOL AND FLAX INTO CLOTHING,
which they find it to their interest to do on ac
count of the high price of the manufactured
article. From these facts e are enabled to
offer to the Farmers and Mechanics of Kansas,
a business, both profitable to themselves and
of general and lasting benefit to the communi
iv rolipTM.f it fa a rrcat extent of the contin-
--- .. ". an. n,!
ul drain on its casn resuurcra. i ;".
Stmo Rnnrd of Aericulture. 1861, awarded the
first premium, a Diploma, and it has taken the
first rremium Dy ine oisie uuaru ui ahi.u.
ture, of Kcnlutky. ia 18G3.
A SILVER MEDAL
was awarded it at the last New York State
Fair. Call and see a full sized and rigged
Loom in complete operation. Orders for Looms
solicited from the
MERCHANTS AND BUSINESS MEN
ol Kansas. Farmers and others can oe suppuea
,t.n, time bv the iUnniaciurers. ainc
of tnqui ry containing a stamp for return postage
:n ha n'.nmntlr nnswered.
C Circulars containing full description of
the Loom, with tha most simple directions for
using it, will be sent on apphcation.fj
Address, FRANK M. TRACY & CO.,
June 9, 1SC4 ly.
PUTNAM CLOTHES WRINGER.
IT IS THE ONLY RELIABLE
No Wood-Werk to SutU or Split.
Wo Thumb Serttet to vtt out of Order.
Warranted With or Without Cog-Whcels.
TT took the FIRST PREMIUM at Fifty
1 BTVaawUaa V I H t lUn'X fAssf I
347 Broadway, Kcw York.
IT was pronounced superior tt all others at
the World's Fair.in London,18G2. It took
the IJirst Premium at tlie great r air oi me
AMERICAN IHS'mom, in oew iot
City, 18G3. -here tw juages were pr. ..
mechanics, ana appreciaieu ouu- n u .
It took thk Fiarr ParitiaM at tm
New Yoac Stats Faib, 1S6J and 1863.
Vijikont Stati pAia, 1863.
rtlNSTLVANIA STATE Fil, 1863.
IaniAHA Stat FAia, -
Iowa Stats Faib, J 63.
Illihois Stats Faib, . 1SJ.
Asd at Coumtt Faiss wrraorr ufsxa.
SELF-ADJUSTING AND ADJUSTABLE !
It Saves Time, labor, Clothes, and Money".
ti ;. ..;!. nnd f!rmlv secured to the tab or
Washinemachine, and will fit tubs of any site
. fj ! fa ontit)iihnn eifltT
or shape, it is simpie in ih mi........i -
does not easily cet ont of repair.
It is no?only a PERFECT WRINGER, bat
the Cog-wheels give it a FOWbK wdicn ren
ders it a most sxcillxnt washis, pressing aa
separating, as it docs, the dist with the wATsa.
from the Clothes.
Any Washerwoman can use it a Child tea
years om can use iu
It will save its cost eveiy C months, in the
saving of clothes.
53,818 SOM Vf 1803.
ITe. PRICES. SiteofBeller.
l.LareePamily $13 "K'n. 'n
FOKCIHG AMD LUTXUia.
THESE pumpa bate now beea In feneral
use a number of yeara, and give better
satisfaction than any other, and ara recommended-
aa -,... .
bT Cant. Erricaon, and otbereminent Engineers.
Wa can rarer to inousauua uuug ..,
guarantee that all will recommend them.
They" ara' mora aimpla in construction, and
work easier, and cost leaa than all others.
"Our readera will find the double-acting Im
......TF.imn of J. D. West & Co.. one of the
best inthe market. It is very simple, works to
a charm.'io that any child may asa.lt; throws
a steady, continuous stream, and does not
freese in the coldest exposures, and is unusually
eheap. We say this knowingly, and give the
...i:n. nf nnr own accord, withoat the
kuswledfe or request of. tha aroanelora.
If. Y. aCm. P't, Juh It. 18M-
This may certify that I have beea asln'r, at
ay manufactory, for the last four. years.
V.t'a Improved Pumps." I now have in
use three of said pumps, one of which is kept
iW.t.nrt. 24 hours each day, (save
Sundavs) and has been running for the past
two ye'ars. I pronounce them, unhesitatingly,
the beat pumps that have been brought to my
.:- kiting Tiapd many others previously.
They are simple in their construction, and not
easily disarranged. Jams A. Wsaa.
N. Y., Oct. 10. 1659.
J. D. Wsit k Co.:
Wa are pleased to state that the Pumpa we
had of you, about a year ago. have been in
constant use, 12 hours each day, and raise for
.k. r... nr nnr Woolen Factory, about 131)
gallons per minute. They work with but little
power, compared with pumpa wo lave used
before, and do not get out ot repair, and are
satisfactory in all respects. Yours, 4c,
DsxLAr Jf AMurAcraaiaa CojirANT.
Solos Roi'msow to the Farmer's Club, Jan. 23:
..: r..., who nwm a well or cistern can
possibly afford to be without an iron pump. It
-. i ni) fnanntnnl
should oe ai oace a suction nu .u..t H...u,. -oerfect
little Are engine such a one known as
f .. . 1 T t T c.V nT this
1 nest a improveu j umf. . w. .-.-pump
because I happen to know it . . . to be
very simple, durable, powerful and eheap, and
it don't freexe up. nor get out of ardcr once a
year ... I know this, and think I may be doing
. . j .Ll. nf il A hov
the larmers gouu uj ...uf, - --
10 years old can work it, and throw a continu
ous inch-and-a-quarter stream. ... It can be
made ta work in deep wells aa well as in shal
1 M Medium
2. Med Family
3. Small "
8. Large Hotel
18. Med. Laundry
lO llJrf in.
V5 s. ti:..
U ?j IU. 'is"1-
7 SO 10
It t X '
IS 14 in.
No. F, $8.60,
e. w j)
AND DEALKRS IK
HSLSH MID DOMESTIC LIQUORS.
No. 7 FOURTH STREET,
toath of Toetle fc Fnrleieh's,
THE undersigned has just opined, at 5cck-
w'sold staad, ia White Cload, a attr
IWilj & Miscellaneous fiwecries,
COFFEE, SUGAR, TEA,
NUTS, CANDIES, AC
;-ic ht will sell at the lowest Hvias irtees.
' t-Uk. Ho lntn itr...;.. .. ki. mtMfV .
to be at all times prepared te accommodate 1
CMtomers. Tk nuhlif g u1irM n tf'xvt-1
toL,"11- ' ' HILTON UTT.
VHte Cloud, April 16. 1863-m.
JTr.x-cv tossbnt. CYRUS C. CAJtfP
TFNNENT & CAMP!
ATTORNEYS AT tAW,
TEOT, DOBIPHAIT 0-, KAHSAS
To Disabled Soldiers, Semnen nnd Ma
rines, and Widows or other llr. of
those who hare Died or been Kiueu
ia the Service.
CHAS. O. TUtJiviv,
Attornej for ClaiaaaU, Bomnty iana
WASHINGTON CITY, D. C.
rT.mMc r.r? fnr Soldiers. Seamen
IT and Marines of the present war, who are
disabled reason of wounds received or di a
ease contracted while in service. dPenlon,
Bounty Money and arrears ox rj ?"V.HlVd
or been -" '"1V'.'V"U;. In anTof
Bounty Jna procurer .u. "JAVrvRt. .
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 ot tnis extra
ordinary remedy. As a specific for dyspepsia.
and the disorders connected with it, or grow
inr nut of it. the Pills are always to be relied
on, when every other medicine and mode of
treatment has utterly failed
Holloway's Pilli ara the hsst Remedy knows
In the World for the following Diseases:
the other -wart.
run: r.. TIICtitKi
Lowness of Spirit,
Stone and Gravel,
' Worms of all kinds.
(At imSTner's Old Stand,)
.WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS,
Has jut opened a large sicca u.
I )EASES OF TIIE NERVOUS, SEM
"w. k a TTtiTW a ... .
atSTPiir ' u,ilnA"a AND SEXUAL
Lnw,- , . Bew nd reliable treatment la
" or the HOWARD ASSOCIATION
U.,m? i5." ",,d '" envelopes, free of
To? Adf". Dr-J. SKILLIlHOUOHr
Consisting, in part' of
tmj-v rnnns GROCERIES,
QUEENSWABE, &cii e., c
..I .. p..dr.Ma-(5 Cltkig
awn FURNISHING GOODS,
Which.h. can Mil ft "J'ZVfc" TlI Si
nciwm r . --
he obtained in any e,
Fever and Ague,
If tha reajer of tbia "notice" eanaot get a
box of Pitrlor Ointment from the drug store In
bis place, let him write to me, enclosing the
amount, and I will mail a box free of expense.
Many dealers will not keep my medicines on
hand, because tbty eanaot maa. a ui." f
fit as on other persons make.
None are genuine unless the words " HolU-..-
V. Yiriaarflcndon." are discernible
as a Water-mar in every leaf of the book of
ditectiona around each box; the same may ue
plainly eoen 7 the "" ttf A
handsome reward will be given to any one ren-j-
.,..-. Information aa may lead to the
s..J;nn of any party or parties counterfeiting
the medicine or vending the'aame,. knowing
th.m to be spurious
..eSold at the manufactory of Professor
HOLLOW AY, 80 Maiden mm, ""'
and by all respectable DmggisU and Dealer,
tatfedh. throughout the ---the
civilixad world, in boxea, at Sffee.ta. 88
cinUj and $1.40 each. .
c...n Ji.iiinri Cnnnty rairs in iobj, uu
s,tChhoat an extiption.iht tett Wringer ever
mpdaetehted in the United States, England,
Canada, aad Australia. Agents waated in ev
ery town, and in all parts oi me ""
'Energetic agents can make from J
TMlIwat vat nnr.
Sample Wringer sent Express-paid
ceipt of price.
No.2.C50. No.l, 7.60.
No. A, $9 50. , ,
Manufactured and sold, wholesale and re
THE PUTNAM MANUFACTURING CO.)
K. 15 Piatt Street, new xora.
and Bennington, Vt.
S. C. NORTHROP, Agent.
WHAT EVERYBODY KNOWS, vix:
That Iron well galvanised teiH not rutt; ,
That a ifmaie machine U better than a compli-
That a Wringerahonld be $elf-adjuihnff,duTa-
tie, and eflieieai; . .
That Thumb Screut and FaifenwM cause de
lay and ireuMr to regulate and keep in
That wood soaked in hot water ariU netU,
.11 L ? amif
That wood bearings for the shaft to run in tetH
1ear but! '
That the Putnam Wringer, with or without
That cog wheel regulatora are not essential;
That the Putnam Wringer has all the advan
tages, and ns of the disadvantages
w 1.ama navnMI
That all who have tasted it, pronounce it the
That it wiliTring a Tareai or a Bei-Quilt
WITHOtrr ItTSSATlOH. ...
We might fill the paper aath testimonials.
but insert only a rewto convince nc aaxpH.
ifauch there be; and we say to all, tntrn-
ANY- and ALL others, and if not entirely at
isfactorv, return it.
GxsTLxasji: I know, from practical ex
perience, that iron well galvanix-ed Hh aine
will not oxidixc or rnst one particle. Thernt
nam Wringer is a neat perfeet as PUa.aad
I can cheerfully recommend It-to be the Best
in use. R8Peclf0"yJ?HI?.' .
JNO. W. WHEELER,
Many years experience in the galvanising
business, enable me to indorse the ahove state
No. 100 Beekman St.
New York, January, 1864.
We have tested Pntnam'a Clothe Wringer
by praeUcal working.and unow mai u win o.
It is cheap; it U simplest requires no room,
whether at work oral rest; a child can operate
it- it does its duty thoroughly; it eas time
and it saves wear and tear. We .earnestfr ad
:.. .11 .n. ,mw tmmik waahlnE to do. with all
intelirgentperaoti'whAhaireaarir; to buy thia
nr-JL' Karirrnarlbr Itaelf in a year at
Betrs. a. sejvf
20 17?iin. 2)i in
3I 17' in. 3 in
. . '- i
Nos. 18 and 22 to run by Steam or nauu.
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
w i .n.lnthirWrinpcrs without Cog-wheels.
" .- -: -----,- ... -. r
In our m mthly sales ot ovcro,uuu;uij num
one to two dozen are without Cogs, in our
.-!i iA .n h.vn tint snin one in ncanr wu
retail aiiica, -. - ,
years! This shows which style ia appreciated
. .i. k!:,- This in the onlv Wnneerwitn
iv biiV uuwiiv . - - - -
The Patent Cog-Wlieel Regulator,
And though other Wringer-makers are licens
ed to use our Rubber rolls, yet none are ever
licensed to use the Cog-wheel Regulator.
Therefore, for cheapness ana uuraonuji uuj
On receipt of the price, from places "!"
no one is seljing, we win seuu mo u.
Fxss or sxrsxsx.
What we especially want is a good
In every town. We offer liberal Inducements,
and guarantee the exclusive sale.
B. C. BROWNING, General Agent,
347 Broadway, New York
From the New York Obserrer.J
We have had In use for months past ana of
West's Pumps, which has given us more sat
isfaction as' a force and lifting pump than any
we have ever ased. It is one of great power,
and Well adapted for ship's decks, mine., fac
tories, greenhouses, graperies, te., o. The
ui.:;. nhrnnirlf nnd Railway Journal says:
It is recommended for its eXtreffle simplicity 1
f .nn.truction. croat strength, ana conse-1
quent durability and cheapness oi repair.
There is no stuffing box tho pressure being
held by a cup packing, use mat upon me
working piston, working In a cylinder, fitted
for the purpase within the upper air chamber
wbich we think a great improvement, as stuffing
is so llablo to be deranged, and leak under
strong 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 Dy air prtvcuuug
water-hammer and vacum-thump. The valves
are very accessible, and simply and cheaply
.:-., I Thpc wort mucn easier man out
niimp we have ever seen; the 4 inch cylinder.
..:.. -nrVrd hv children in wells 100 feet
deep, and as they are extremely cheap as well
as simple and strong, we freely recommend
I have used this pump for ane summer and
winter, exposed to the Nonh-West wind coming
over Long Island Sound, being the coldest
nnssihle exoosure. and at no time did it freeze.
nor were we unable at any time to pump water
with great ease. a. jucu.v.i.
blood, by -which this fluid becomes -vitiated,
.v .mtnnor. Tteinir in the- drealaUoa, at
pervades the whole body; and may buret east
in, disease on any part of it. No organ ia Brest
from its attacks, nor is there one which it may
not destroy. The scrofulous taint ia Tanottas
caused by mercurial disease, low living, die-,
ordered or unhealthy food, impure aw, Ili
and filthy habits, the depressing -vicesjisaal,
above all, by the venereal infection. What
ever be its origin, it is hereditary in the con
stitution, descending " from parenta to chUdxesi
unto the third and fourth generation; ' indeed.
it seems to be the rod of Him who eaye, "I
will -visit the iniquities of tha fathers upesa
their children." ,.
Its effects commence by depoution from ahs
blood of corrupt or ulcerous matter which, m
the lungs, lirer, and internal organs, is tenned
tubercles; in the glands swellings; and om
the surface, eruptions or sores. This foul eaf
ruption, which genders in the blood, depress
the energies of life, so that scrofulous consrujy
tions not only suffer from scrofulous eoa
plaints, hut they hare far less power to wifl
stand" tlie attacks of other diseases eonee
qucntly -vast numbers pcrMi by disorder
which, although not scrofulous, in their nature,
are still rendered fatal by this taint, in tha
system. .Most of the consumption wiucn ue
cimatcs the human family lias its origin directly
in Uxis scrofulous contamination; and" many1
destructive diseases of the liver, kidneys, brain,
and, indeed, of all the organs, arise from at
are aggravated by the same cause.
One quarter of all our people are scrofulous f
their persons are invaded by this lurking in
fection, and their health is undermined by it.
To cleanse it from the system we must renovata
the blood lv nn alterative medicine, and in
viornte it "by healthy food aud exerautv
Such a medicine we supply in ...-.!
Coniponnd Extract, of Sdrsaparilliy
the most effectual remedy which tlie medical
skill of our times can devise for this every
where prevailing nnd fatal malady. , It is com
bined from the most active rcmcdials that hay)
hecit discovered for the expurgation of this Toal
disorder from the blood, and the rescue of tha
system from its destructive conscquencea.
limee it should be employed for the cure of
not only Scrofula, but, also those other affec
tions which arise from it, such as EncrnvB
and Skim Disxasks, St. Autiiost's Fima,,
Hosb, or EutstraLAs, rmrr.ss, Pcstvlbs,,
BroTCiirs. Hi.aiss and Uoils.Tchoiw, Tana
and Salt Rtir.tv, Scai.ti IUad, KwowoMt,
KAsas, Duor-sT. DvsrarsiA, Dshilitt, aad,
indeed. ai.i. Couhlaikts AKtsmo frok Titia
Tn on iMrtna Union. Tlie Eopular htheC
in iminaity nflhi blood" is founded in truth.
for scrofula is a degeneration of tlie blood: Tha
particular purpose and yirtue or this Sarsapa-j
rilla is to purify and regenerate this -vital fluie
-t.hnnt which sound health ia irapouibla a
oa Tmt spsxnr cub ox
Intermittent Firer. or "" f"J
Remittent Ferer, Chill ?"
Ant, Perloiueai ii.ur..., r ---
Hradacli-, nrt Hllioui.
far tlie ivliole clan of diseases ""a"1""
Ins In lilllary uerngcmen, i---- -,
the Malaria, of Miasmatic Countries.
We are enabled here to offer the community
remedy which, while it cures the above complainta
with certainty, is still perfectly harmless in; anr
quanUty. Such a remedy is invaluable in distfletar
where these afflicting disorders prevail. 1 ma
.ir. . .K1. 41.- mi..mnHP TVllSOn Ot XBTSSi
and Aocb from the system, and prevents the de
velopment of the disease, if taken on the first aa- .
nrnsrli of its nremonitory symptoms. It is net only
other injurious effects whatever upon uie """""i"
Those cured oy u arc icn u u.u.j
NEW YORK & PHILADELPHIA
Ornamental Iron Works.
th. ..mi ersiimril.havmc- to use "West's Im
proved Pumps." cheerfully recommend them
as simple, durable and powerful in raising and
throwing water, and for tlicir case oi acuuu,
security against frost, and low price, we believe
them superior to all others.
WaaaaK Lxlakd, Met. Hotel, New-Yerk.
J. W Poaxaor, Yonkers, N. Y.
Jao. Mxssbxsav, N. Y.
Doaimez Lawikcx, Westchester.
CiKsuftsx Mms, N. C. Juae 15, 18M.
T n '..t k C.n.z
Ge'nte The pump which I ordered for our
n:. ;. ,..;. H inn nut to work in our un
derlay shaft, which we are sinking. W e fird
that one man will with ease lift 50 gallons per
mihate. We lifted in three and a half hour
.ii h. ..let-in the shaft, which measures seven
by twelve feet and 30 feet deep, and it was
full wnen we commeueeu. ......- ---
u.bi;i in nrerr resDect. and our workmen
- .... . i :.u : T wilt An teat
are nigniy pieaieu wim . . . -- .o
strviae with but trifling expense for repairs.
W have plenty more such certificates, bnt
think these- are enough. For Pumps, Hose,
Pine, te., address or call upon
v ' J. D. WEST t CO.,
179 Broadway, N. Y.
the best remedy ever yet uncovered for tms ciasf
of complaints, but also the cheapest. The larea
quantity we supply for a dollar brines it within tha
rcach-of every body ; and In bilious distncts,wnera
Fever and Aoce prevails, every body shouW.
have it and use it freely both for cure and protec
tion. A great superiority of this remedy over any
other ever discovered for the speedy and certain
cure of Intcrmittents is that it contains ne Qumin.
or mineral, consequently It produces no quinism or
;.. Thnsp curca uv n
they had never nan uie uotuc.
Fever and Ague is not alone the consequents C
the miasmatic poison. A great variety of disor
ders arise from its irritation, among wmen a
A'euralgia, nationalism. Gout, Headache,
n. Toothache, Earache, Catarrh, Atthma.J'at
pitation, rainful Afftction of the Spleen, iJyr
&,, rain i' the Bowels, CoUc, Paralysis and De
rangement of the Stomach, all of which, whea
oricmatin!? in this cause, put on themrfniffn
?& become periodical. This Ccbs" capd
tho poison from the blood, and contequtnUy eursa
them all alike. It is an invaluable protection t.
immigrants and persons travelling or niIrarBy
residing in the malarious distnets. If Uken occa
sionally or daily while exposed to the infeetioa,
., . n i ...t..i rmm ihf minn. and cannei
accumulate in sufficient quantity to ripen into dis-
ce it is even more Twuauic.uj r;"-
case. Jiemc .. v "---- -.,.., e rn..
tion than cure, ana iew wu yv. ...... "-"VV"
mittcnts ir they avad thcmialvcs of the proteetiom
this remedy atfords.
Prepared by Dr. J. a AYEE &JC0., lowU,
FORMERLY T0PEKA HOUSE,
N.'.E. Cor. Knntas Arcnnc and Fifth St.
fTVHE subscribers having formed a connee
1 tion with -Messrs. "Wooo k PxkOt, of Phil
adelphia, under the above title, are prepared
to furnish every description of
ORHAMEHTAL IROH WUKA,
Wroaght upd Wire Railings,
CEMETERY LOTS. DWELLINGS.
PUBLIC SQUARES, c.
Verandahs, Circular & Straight Stairs,
DOORS, WINDOW GUARDS,
at.-hu wixtnre. lonnUini, Ye, a.
Also, having purchased of the lata firm
Hutchinson I Wickersham, Canal Street, their
entire stock or
BEDSTEADS, CRADLES, FDRNITUttE, &e.,
tbey now offer to the public, at their new
THE MOST EXTENSIVE STOCK OF
OKr-AniTCvIAL IRO coous
to b found in the United States. Jfteyhare
alw purchased of the NEW YORK WIRE
RAILING CO., the patent ngnt ana ibwkuw
ry for making .
Wire Rdilito'g, Tarm Fence, Window flaarrJa,
GRATING, COAL SCREENS, fcc,
and will eohtlnae the Excixarva Manufacture
. .t llMip vvnrlcil.
eiw.iMi." iT-.-B A. frt
(Opptiite &t. IfiduUt Hotel,')
M4 Bboaowat, Nsw Yoar
Order niT be sent threngh the Amibican
ADtnnaiM Aawar, 3fc3 Broadway, New
York. tSePU 8 18M
.Orrics or Coo-rrr TasAsnasa, )
Tiot. Kansas. October 4, 1S64. J
TAX-PAYERS in Doniphan County are
hereby notified that the County Treasurer
wilt visit tho several voting preeincta in the
County, for the purpose of receiving taxe. i for
the nre eat year, at the following appointed
times, to win
White Cloud, Monday and Tueaday, Octo
ber i and 16.
Iowa Point, r ridiy, uciooer w
Highland, Saturday, October 21.
Wolf River Towniaip.
Syracuse, Monday and Tuesday, October S4
Barr Oak Township.
Oolambu, Friday and Saturday, October 28
Wathena. Monday, October 31.
Slwood, Tuesday, November 1.
Palermo, Wednesday, November t.
Petersburg, Thursday, November 1.
Geary City, Friday, November 4.
Doniphan, Saturday, November
Troy. Wednesday and Thnriday. October 13
and 10; and will oe in Aror 'kcilu""""" w'
FRANK M. TRACY,
Treasurer Doniphan County.
October 6, 186w.
THIS well-known "Topefca House" Is now
thoroughly renotated, and ha been re
opened under the auspiees of
E. C. K. GARVET,
Who flatters bimselfth.it the fact is a euffletenl
guarantee to the Kansas Public that ' h
Comforts and Conveniences of a FIRST
CLASS HOTEL will be forthcomiag- The
Rooms are large and well furnished and conve
nient. The HOUSE is immediately in front
of the CAPITOL UUILUiniiB, on nansa
Avenue. " ,
And Ifracn-e Is required, we might add, tnia
HOUSE Is the
at the Capitol of our next President,
GENERAL JAMES HENRY LANaU
August 25, 1663.
Claims Against Government
"NATIONAL CLAIM AGENCY
"Washington, tit C.
BEiAVIS k. TdWLE,
Tail City, Ki .
White Cload, Kansas.
THE abov mentionedfirma having formed
a co-partnership, are now ready to prose
cufe all Soldiers' Claim before the different
a ''a'SV.sri 1.VV I
418 Piscxa or Assoara Jswixbt fom aO.
A COMPLETE list of Fine Gold, Plated
AA .A find. Jewelry. sen iree. uui
J. D. BRUMBAUGH,
Leonard Smith, Proprietor.
n-mist Hnt.l ta nleafaatlr sitaatcd, eeave
X nient to tBe Court House and the business
part of ttnrfl. Guesta wUl latelve the Tery
beat attcntioa. .
D" A large liable la eoaaecttea with the
bona, for tha accomdation of borseev
January 7, 1864-tf. '
Rnnntles. Pensions. Horse Claim, Back
Pay, and all miscellaseoc claim attended to.
Particular attentiou paid to adjusting the old
Missouri Enrolled Militia. Glalms; also, de
ceased soldiers claims".
Persons having claims of thia description,
will do well to eall on n,- at Fall -City or
White Clood., . .. .
Advice ff e. Nothrflrmade, nothing char
Yaryatille, XarskaU Cswmtj, Xasatf.
Akrtfr A MONTH- Agenla. wanted to ell
55 tD Sewing Machme. We wHl give a
eoWission on all Macnfflew aold, er employ
agentuwho will woAfor the above wageaaad
all axperaeepaiav . . ,
FcMrtieaiaiflera . .
IfJTXsVH.aV CO.. . An' .
Jaaaaay 14Ita4f -
r, AU-IA.AA .. ,
THBESHIBS, AHD" MACHCTIXT
IHAiVE received, oa eommiasion, a Iarg
number of Prairie Plows, of the best de
Lscription, which will be sold cheap, for cash, o
excBsjjgca ior approveu (jjs.j-. j"""
V v.. .l.n rorslred the AetBCT for McCoT-
Imick'a celebrated Retseea. aad. will supply to
order any numb,.oirtae latest ibbptotbu ji
ena.'onraaaaaaale terms. Also, Thresher
aad Mill an Btaaai Machinery of eTeryda
wnption. j J.H,TJTT.
WMteClei. April 11, l.&i.lrVr
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