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1'i; HATE RECEIVED THEIE ,
FaU and Winter Goods.
I t " ' 3 T-
Ait Mare ex kaad a Larger and more Ceieril Stuck of feels
Tt was erer before offered '''' 1
IN THIS PART
.SsTi ". ' . WHIOH THEY
iliV -- (
C fl' l.-l "'? Si
vnant Una , -
OR IN 1XGHAXG1 FO
P ROD UCE! '
BAILEY & NOYES.
VYhite Oloud, Ostobor 6. 1864.
PEL SEWING MOi!
iHICnUPJMT IIC THK WORtD!
BECAUSE THE BEST!
J..1T ORXATLY REDUCED PBICM.
ffli WSED 8KWING MACUIKE CQMrANI,
," COS Broadway, IT. Y.
KanufacVtr lb most porfect Maohia fer
wing, of all kinds. ever preicnted to the
American public, and challenge comparison
wilh any Sewing Machine made in the Unites'
- THE WEED N ACHIXI, with all thsir
Valuable improvements, entirely orsreonse a
rmacrfostions. They are
KCPHIOR TO ALL OTHKJU,
"" ffisollj' and UinnTaeUiruf FnrpoiM.
Simple In eons trietion,durablein all theirparte,
lnd ritiilf undtrtltod. Thsy hare certainty
of ititeb on all kinds of fabricks.and areadapt
dta, a wide range of work without change or
aJJBtfment. Uiug all kindaof Thread. Will
Htm, Fill, Bind, Gatktr, Braid, Tuck, Quilt,
Card, and in fact do all kinds of work required
by,. Families or Manufacturers. They mak
ihtilntirhtk Shuttlt Stitk, which cannot be ex
celled fer firmness, elasticity, and elegance of
Ttey han Beceired tht nighut FreniuMi !
fn' every Instance, wherethey have been ex
hibited in competition with other standard
Machines. We invite all persons in search of
an instrumsnt to execute any kind of Sewing
dono by Machinery, to inspect tbcm, and make
lure they iccurt tht belt, by proving the Weed
before purchasing. The Compauv being duly
licensed, tho Machines ar protected against
infringements or litigation.
. O- PERSONS AT A DISTANCE can or
der by mail with perfect confidence that the
Machine will reach them safely, and that tbey
will be able to manage it to their eiitire satis
faction, with ao other aid than the printed in
structions accompanying each Machine. Every
explanation will be cheerfully given to all,
whether they wish to purchase or not, Discrin-
tire Circulars, together with Specimens of
Work, will be furnished to all who desire them,
ty mail or otherwise.
-i ID" RELIABLE AGENTS WANTED, in
aU .localities in the United States, Caaadas,
BritislTProvinccs, Cuba, Mexico, Central and
South America, West India Islands and the
Uahim! Islands, to whom we offcrgreatinduco
ments. Energetic men will find it a paying
business, as reliable Sewing Machines have be
come a necessity in every family. We mann-
'facture a great variety of styles, from whieh
we give a few prices: No. 2, Family. $50:
?No. 2, Extra, $G0; No. 2, Half Case, $C5 and
f7S; No. 3 & 4, Manufacturing. $75 and IS.
WEED SEWING MACHINE CO.,
SOS Broadway, N. Y.
(Box 3,041 Fost Office.)
June 16, 1864.
-The National Claim Agency,"
HARVEY, COLLINS, BRACE, &
GtYerBment Agents and Altoneys,
476 Sevtnth Strut, Wttt,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
CLAIMS presented and prosecuted, btfore
Congress, Court of Claims, and the De
partments. Pateats, Pensions aid Bounty
General Business Transected.
FRED. I,. HARVEY, JOHN F. COLLINS,
or wiSKmaTON citi. I or w tori.
. JULIUS BRACE," IRA J. LACOCr,
OF CINCINNATI, OHIO. I OT DI4WATB1, KANSAS.
.April 23, 1663-3w.
TURNER, FRAZER & WILLIAMS,
AND DE1LSKS IK
-FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS
' ?No. 7 FOURTH STREET,
,aoiith of Tootle $f Farlaick's,
THE underpinned Was just opined, at Jssk
, . etfsold staid, im Wkite Cloaa, a ew
Family & Miscellamons Groceries,
COFFEE, SUGAR, TEA,
-- Crackers, Olieese,
NUTS, CANDIES, AC,
Which he will sell at the lowest liriig prices,
for Cask. He intend ikeapiac kis stock,
and to be at all tisaes prepared tt accommodate
his customers. The pablic are solicited to r'itc
Aim a can. illLilUW UTT.
White Cloud, April 16, 1863-6a.
DISEASES OP TUB NERTOUS, SEM
INAL, URINAKY ANUTSEXUAL
St STEMS aew and reliable'treatmeat-Ma
' rnorU of tke HOWARD ASSOCIATION
Seat by mail ia sealed letter earelepes, free of
harge. Address, Dr. J. IK1LL1NHUUGH
TON. Howard AHeeiattsM.S.Soalii Njoi
9Jc ret, MtfeMfWt N. T ID Ii--f
OF KANSAS I
FFM LOYT, FS
LEMON, HOSEA & CO,,
No. 5, Fourth St.,
ST. JOSEPH, MO ,
Keep a Large Slock of
MERCHANTS ARE REQUESTED
TO GIVE THEM A CALL
Prices Guaranteed to be as Low as
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
May 12, 1864-6m.
Superior to any in the Market,
IT id used by first class families everynhere,
and highly recommended for nervous and
dyspeptic persons, being very nutnous and free
from all deleterious substances, in testimony
of which I have certificates from the most em
minent Physicians and Chemists in the Country.
Try it and you will be sure to continue its use
in preference to any other.
ouiu nirciau lor iwenty-tive uenti per
rounu oy ijrsi class Urocers ttirougliout the
QJ" A liberal discount to the Trade.
Tut up only by
LEWIS A. OSBORN,
Wholesale Dspot, CU Warren St., New York.
June 1C, 1SG4.
PRO BONO PUBLICO!
To the Citizens of White Cloud, nnd
Adjoining Towns nnd Country,
Far and Near, in Kansas,
Nebraska and Missouri.
N. O. PIERCE,
HAVING located in White Cloud, Kansas,
is prepared to do all kinds of work in his
line, such as
Houso and Sign Painting,
GRAINING, PAPER HANGING,
VARNISHING, OILING, 4c. 4c.
Also, Wagois and Carriages, old or new,
painted or repainted.
Satisfaction gircn and work warranted in all
Orders left at ray Shop, opposite Bailey's
Store, or at the Verandah House will reccire
N. O. PIERCE.
"White Cloud, Sept. 8, 1SG4-tf. "
SIDNEY TENNENT. CYRUS C. CA MP
TENNENT & CAMP,
ATT'ORNEVa AT WW,
TROY, DOMPHAN CO., ZAHSAS.
To Disabled Soldiers, Seamen nnd Xa
rines, and Widows or other Heirs of
those who have Died or beea Killed
ia tho Service.
CHAS. C. TUCKER,
Attorney for Claimants, Boanty Land and
WASHINGTON CITY, D. C.
PENSIONS -procured for Soldiers.-Spamen
and Marines of the present war, who are
disabled by reason of wounds recciVcd" or dis
ease contracted while in serrice; and Pension's,'
uounty money and arrears of ray obtained for
wiaowa or or otner heirs ortnose wno bare died
or been killed while inaerrice.
Bounty Land procured for services in -any of
me inner wars. v luas. U. lUU&tiK,
ae'r. 7, Gl-ttf. , V, Washington, D. C
(At Ituffher's Old Stand,)
WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS,
Has just opened a large stock of
Consisting, in part, of
BOOTS & SHOBS, PROVISIONS,
QUEENSWARE. 4o., &e, .;,
Lik twin ltrre tUck of
Geitlenen's Ready-Made Cloihine
.tl-A !' f," i S I T 7. IT "
and r.URNisnrNcr goods. M
Which he can sell at u'loV prices ctbey can
be obtained in any Western city. Please oall
before purchasing elsewhere.
White ClA, Sft.C lKU-iy.
are irpir ii agojSyi
A WELE-SPEING OF HOPE
, FOR ALU
CAN BE TOUND IN
Be f tlaod Cheer! The lUklas; Mr
T THE USB 0'
The history of thsie great Remedies is As
most woadsrful aatdical revelation that the
world has ever known. It establishes the all
important fact that irinirn, and in wnaT
ztsk sxarK internal disease exists, the disin
fecting, searching and healing properties of the
Pills are fully equal to. its subjection and cure,
and that, with the Ointment, they are
The Great Anftassadors ;of Ileallli to all
This is cot a history written by one man, or
eTen derived from the experiences ot one na
tion. It consists'of a compilation of testimo
nials from the sick of erery country an unim
peachable record, the like of which has never
been adduced in favor of any discovery or in
vention since time began. r
TIiesejMiglity Healers, World Known and
World Tried, are a Boon to the Sick.
The want of a sterling medicinal to meet the
ills and necessities of the suffsrifig portion of
humanity, aud one entirely free from mineral
and other deleterious partie'es, was severely
felt till this all powerful medicine was inhered
iuto.tho world; IIollowat's Invaluable Pills
have become the mobishold uhiov of all na
tions. Their attribute is to tslhtnt as well as
to ects; they attack the xadix na koot of the
complaint, and thus, by rsmeving tho hidden
cause of disease, re-invigorato anJ restore the
drooping energise of the system, assisting na
ture in her task of vital and rcKmo.iut ae-
Disorders ofthe Stomach
Are the sources of the deadliest maladies.
Their effect is to viiiate all the fluids ofthe
body, and to send a poisoned stream through
all the channels of circulation. Now, what is
the operation of the Pills? They eleanse the
bowels, regulate the liver, bring the relaxed or
irritated stomach into a natural condition, and,
acting through the secretive organs urox the
slood iTstLr, change tho state of the svstem
from sickness to health, by exercising a simul
taneous and wholesome effect upon all its parts
Woman, in all her Difficulties,
Is invited to test tlie regulating and restora
tivo powers of this harmless but effective pre
paration. At the two epochs of life in which
the female system undergoes the most impor
tant and critical changes, the Pills will prove a
positive safeguard against evil consequences.
They are also confidently recommended as a
specific in eve'ry disorder to which females are
Bo it Understood,
That the above statements can at all time3
ba 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 diseaso attacks the liver,
it is repelled an J exterminated by this search
ing, painless, aud irresistible curative. Bilious
remittents, bilious purging, nnd all the ordina
ry disorders ofthe organ, indicated by pain in
the right side and between the shoulders, yel
lowness ofthe whites ofthe eves, weakness and
debility, &c, are relieved and removed by the
remedy, wilh 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, Diarrhoea, Weakness, &c.
The terrible bodily and mental pangs which
characterize Dyspepsia, are at once mitigated
by the Pills. DUrrhrea, constipation, head
ache, physical prostration, nervous tremors,
hot flushes, spasms, affections of tho kidneys,
hemorrhoids or piles, and, in fact, all internal
complaints, from whatever cause arising, give
way before the salutary influence of this extra
ordinary remedy. As a specific for dyspepsia,
and the disorders connected with it, or grow
ing out of it, the Pills are always to be relied
on, when every other medicine and mode of
treatment has utterly failed.
Holloway's Pills are the best Eemedy known
in the World for the following Diseases:
, Inward Weakness,
Lowness of Spirit,
i Tiles, .
Stone and Gravel,
' Venereal Affections, ..
-Debility? 4 ..,
Fever and Ague,
Worms of all1 kind.'
If the reader of this "notice" eannotret a
box of Pills or Ointment from the'drug store in
hujlace, let him write to me, enclosing the
amount, and I,will mail a box free of expense.
Many dealers will not keep my medicines on
hand, because they cannot make as much pro-
nt as on otuer persons' make.
"None are genuine unless the words " lloll
way.Neif York arid Landau." arc dtier,.;M.
as a Wairr-rLrrl-m evcrr-leaf of the book of
duections aroundVach box"; the same may be
plainly seen by AoMin? tht leate &t Ii3ht. A
handsome reward will be given to any one ren
dering such information as may lead to the
detection of any party or parties counterfeiting
the medicines or Tending the lime; knowing
them to' bo spurious. '
Sold at the manufactory of Professor
HOLLOWAY, SO Maiden Lane, New York,
Wdicina throughout the. United State and
the civiRx(rworlXinboxeV iC 35" eeali, 83
cenU, and $1.40 eaoa. "" : t,
tT' There is eoaudorable sating by taking
t i. j . : u
Fall and Winter Goods!
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES
Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes,
A HAEGE ASSORTMENT
With all other Articles usually
White Cloud, September 8, 18M-tf.
HENDERSON'S AMENDMENT.' !
THE FAKMES'S HOME JEWEL !
HENDERSON'S PATENT LOOM!!
A GRAND INVENTION.
IT WEAVES DOESKIN,
IT WEAVES JEANS,
LT WEAVES LINSEY,
IT WEAVES KERSEY,
IT WEAVES PLAIN CLOTH,
IT WEAVES CARPETS,
IT WEAVES TWEED,
IT WEAVES SEAMLESS SACKS,
IT WEAVES COTTON,
IT WEAVES WOOL,
-. IT WEAVES FLAX,
IT WEAVES HEMP.
FRASK. at. TKACr. M. eXAHAM. 8. SIOI.-1II.L.
FRANK ,M. TRACY & CO.,
HAVING PURCHASED OF THE PAT
untee the Patent Right for the State, qf
Kansas, these new Looma will Jbc for sale in
every County in Kansas. Every Farmer cau
haven perfect Loom in his own house for
' THIRTY- DOLLARS !
This Loom is intended to take the place ofthe
common Hand Loom- It Tread the Trendies,
throws the Shuttle, lets off the Web, and takes
up the Cloth, the weaving being all done by
working the Lathe. The Web is is sized, Spool
ed, Warped, Beamed aud Drawn in th usual
nuuuer, enabling the weaver to use the Luoin
with but little instruction. And as they aro
CHEAP AND SUBSTANTIAL,
and not liable to get out of order, and will
wa three timesasfastas the common Loom,
they exactly fill a larire and increasing demand
among farmers, for tome easy, healthy, and
speedy way or courerting tncir own produc
WOOL AND FLAX INTO CLOTHING,
which they find itto their interest to do on ac
count of the high price of the manufactured
article, i-rom these tacts wo 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
ty, relieving it to a great extent of thecontin
tul drain on its cash resources. The Ohio
State Board of ARriculture.lbiil, awarded the
first premium, a Diploma, and it has taken the
first Premium by the Slate Board of Agricul
ture, or Kentucky, ia 1663.
A SILVER MEDAL
was awarded it at the last New York State
Fair. Call and see a full sizod and rigged
Loom in complete operation. Orders for Looms
solicitcd.from'the ' " "
MERCHANTS AND BUSINESS MEN
ol Kansas. Farmers and others can be supplied
at any time by the Manufacturers. Alllettors
of inquiry containing a stamp for return postage
will be promptly answered.
utT Circulars containing full description of
me L,oom, wuti mo most simple directions for
usiuir it, will be sent on application..
Address, FRANK M. TRACY k CO.,
' Troy, Kansas.
June 9, 1SW lyi
PUTNAM .CLOTHES WRINGER.
IT IS THE ONLY RELIABLE
A'o- H'ooi-ll'eri 10 Suell or Split.
No TAumb-Scrcirt to set out of Order.
Warranted With or Without Cog-Whcels.
IT look the FIRST PREMIUM at Fifty
Seven State and County Fairs in 1E63, aud
is, without an exception, the Lett Wringer, ever
Patented in the United Stale!, England,
Canada, and Australia. Agents watted in ev
ery town, and in all parts ofthe world.
Energetic agents cau make from 3 to, 10
Dollars per day.
Sample Wringer sent Express-paid, on re
ceipt of price
No.3,$G50. No. 1,47.50. No. F, $8.50.
No. A, $ 50.
Manufactured and sold, wholesale and re
THE PUTNAM MANUFACTURING CO.,
- No. 13 Piatt Street, New York,
and Bennington, Vt.
8. C. NORTHROP, Agent.
WHATEVERYBODY KNOWS, vii:
That Iron well galvanized tcill not ruil;
That a $imple machine is better than a compli
cated oue; ,
That aJIVringer should'be telfadjuttinj, "dura
ble, and efficient; -
That Thumb Screw and Fattening cause de
lay and ireutlt to regulate and "keep in
order; - - ,
That wood soaked in hot water uill tieill,
. tbrink and tflil;. . ' ,
That wood bearings for the shaft to run in tcill
That the,Putnam Wringer, with or without
cog-wlicels, wijl vol letrjhe cletAet;
That cog-wheel regulators are not essential;
That the Putnam Wringer has alt the advan
tages, and net ont of the disadvantages
-.above named: .
ThatTall who'Have tested it, pronounce it the
bat Wringer.eVer made; , ,
That it jwill wring a Thread or a Bed-Quilt
WITHOUT ALTERATION. .
- Ve might fill tke- paper with testimonials,
but insert only a few to convince the skeptical,
i(ucli there be; and we say to all, 'tcti Put
nam's Wringer., Testit THOROUGHLY with
AN Y and ALL others, and If cot entiiely sat
isfactory, return it.
Putnam Manufacturing Co.:
Gcitluixh: I know, from practical ex
perience, that4ron well galvanized with zinc
will not oxidize or rust one particle. ThcPnt
nam Wringer is as near perfect as possible, and
a can cueeriuuy recommena it to oe tne Dejt
in us. HcspcctiGily yours,
I JNO. W. WHEELER,
-Ct" ' Cleveland, Ohio.
Many years' experience in the galvanizing
business, enable mo to indorse the above state
ment in aU particular I.
JNO. C. LEFFERTS, "
New YorV, January, ISM. '
Wc have tested Putnam's Clothes "Wringer
by, practical norkinir.and.know that it will do.
It is cheap: it iaaimnle: it j-camres no room.
wnetnerat workxratjeat; a cnuu can operate
it; it docs its dntv thorouehlr: it saves time
JUid !( saves wear.aDdteir., ' We earnestly ad-
ue ui wpp nave vuca. wasuiue u uo, mm iu
intelligent persons'wh'6 haVo oy,aa 7uy this
Wringer. It will nav for itself In a 'year at
most. He. HORACE ORBELKY.
Sept. , 1M.
OF EEAJDT MADE CLOTHING,
kept in a Variety or Country Stor.
'SEAVBR b JENNING8.
1 T was pronounced superior to all othtrs at
J- the World's Fair.in London, 18G2. It took
the Firt Premium at the great Fair of the
AMERICAN INSTITUTE, in New York.
City, 1SC3, chere the judges were practical
mechanics, and appreciated LUli-Wii t.k.L.
It took thk First Premium at Tns
New Yori State Fai, 1365 anc' 1863.
Veruoxt State Fair, 1863
Pci.nstlvania Stats Faib, 1S63.
Indiana Statk Fair, 1S63.
Iowa State Fair, 1863.
Illinois State Fair, . 1563. x
And at Couirrr Fairs without rchckk.
SELF-ADJUSTING AND ADJUSTABLE 1
It Saves Time, Labor, Clothes, and Koniy.
It is easily and firmly secured to the tub or
Washing-machine, and will fit tubs 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, but
the Cog-wheels give it a POWER which ren
ders it a most excellent washer, pressing sad
separating, as it does, the dirt with the watir,
from the Clothes.-
Any Washerwoman" can use it a Child ten
years old can use it.
It will save its eost evczy 0 months, in the
saving of clothes.
ss,sis solo u.x isss;
No. PRICES. SizeofBelfer.
1. Large Family
la Medium .
2'. Med Family
3. Small "
8. L-irge Hotel .
Id. Med. Laundrv
13 IIJ-' in. oiin.
7 SO III f in.
50 Siin. lJin
I ..14 in. 2ii in.
SO 17iu. 24'iii.
SO 17'lin. :ili in.
IMoa. is and i.' to run by oteam or IlanJ.
Pulleys, $1 per pair.
Nos. 2' and 3 Imvc havo Small Rolls and
NO COGS, all others are
This means, especially, that after a few
months' use the lower roil
WILL NOT TWIST ON THE SHAFT,
And tear the Clothing, as is the cae with our
XVo. J, and otuer S ringers without ung-nlieels.
In ourmmtlily salsa of over 5,000, onlv from
one to two dozen ore without Coirs. In our
retail sales, wc liai c not sold one in nearly two
year-! This shoos which style it appreciated
oy tne puDUc. This is tne only Wringer wita
The Patent Cok-WIiccI Regulator,
And though other Wringer makera aro licens
ed to use our Rubber rolls, yet none aic ever
licensee: to use tho Cog-nlicel Regulator.
Therefore, for cheapness aud durability, buy
On receipt of the price, from places where
no one is selling, we will send the U. U. VT
What we especially want is a good
In overy town. Wc offer liberal inducements,
and guarantee the exclusive rale.
R. C.BROWNING, General Agsnt,
3J7 Broadway, New York.
NEW YORK 8c PHILADELPHIA
- Ornamental Iron Works.
FllHE subscribers having furmsd a connec---
tion with Messrs. Woou L Praor. of Phil
adelphia, underline uliovc title, arc prepared
to furnish every description of
ORNAMENTAL IRON WORK,
Cast, Wrought nnd Wire Hailings,
cemeierV lots, dwellings, -
PUBLIC SQUARES, &c. -
Verandahs, Circular & Straight Stairs,
DOORS, 'WINDOW GUAUDS,
- Stable Fixtures, rountaics, Vases, &e.
Also.rhavinr purchased of the late firm of
Hutchinson & Wlckershani, Canal Street, their
entire stoek of
BEDSTEADS, CRADLES, FUILNTTUKB, &e.,
they now offer, to the Dublie. at their New
I Warehouse", ,
TUB IOST EXTENSIVE STOCK OF
to be found in the United States. Thev hare
also purchased of the NEWYORK,WIRE
RAILING CO., the patent rijkaad machine
rv. far makinf "
Win Railing, Farm Fence, Window Guards,
CUATING, COAL SCREENS, .c.,-
and will tontihuo' the Excixs'ite Manufacture
of tb same attaeir Works.
CHASE k CO.,
" .OppoiiUSt.Jiuholai Hold,)
524 BaoiDWiTj New York.
Orders may be sent thrones the Americim
AnvERTisrxa -Aert, 3e9 'Broadway, New
York. " Sept. 8, ie.
ThcCHEAl'ESTJEWELUY HOUSEin theWorId
018 PieckbI or Assorted Jewcut roa $50.
A COMPLETE List of Fine Gold, Plated
XO. and Onde Jewelry, aent tree. Address
J, A. SALISBURY, AcEirr,
Feb.SS-'CS wi PaoTiDiiicr, X. 1
5 J. D.; BRUMBAUGH, -
."trtoiMXoy art TU&,ar9
NOTARY 'PUBLIC. X
Harysville, Kanhtll Coaitjr; Xiiiu.
1 L ..
WEST'S IMPROVED PUMP.
FORCING ADD LIFTING.
THXSE pumps have now been In feneral
nse a number of years, and give better
satisfaction than any other, and are recom
TH hi BEHST!
by Capt. Erricson,and other eminent Engineers.
V can refer, 4 to thousands using them, and
guarantee "thafall will recommend them.
They are more simple in construction, and
work easier, and cost less than all othsrs.
"Our readers will find the doabls-actinjr. Im
proved Puafp of J. D. West & Co., one of the
best in the market It is very simple, works to
a charm, so that any child may ase It; throws
a steady, continuous stream, and doe not
freeze in the coldest exposurts, and is unusually
cheap. We say this knowingly, and tjive the
testimony of our own accord, withoat tho
knewledee or request of the aroarieter."
K. Y. . Pott, July IK, 18S3.
This may certify that I hare beea aslng, at
my manufactory, for the last four years.
"West's Improved Pumps." I now have in
use three of said pump, one of which is kept
constantly at wtirk, 34 hour each dav, (save
Sundays) and has been running for the past
two years. 1 pronounce tuem, unhesitatingly,
the best pumps that have been brought to my
notice, having used many others previously.
They are, simple in their construction, and not
easilv disarranged. Jisu A. nm
N.'Y., Oct. 10, 1859.
J. D. Writ k Co.:
We are pleased to state that the Pump we
haUoIruu, about a rear aro. hare been in
coi.staut use, 12 .hours each dav, and raise for
.1.- tr-l- l ..." i . ,tn
iiiu ue ul ur ituuicu raciury, auuub uu
gallons per minute. They work with hut little
power, compared with pumps wo 1 ave used
before, and do not get out of repair, and aro
satisfactory in all lespects. Yours, Ac,
DusLir HiMrracTCRixe CoMra.ir.
Solc RotiKsoit 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 once a suction and force pump a
perfect little fire engine such a one known as
rVcst'a Improved Pump.' I speak of this
pump because I happen to know it ... to be
very siaiplc, durable, powerful and cheap, and
it don't freeze up, nor got out of erdcr once a
i ear ... 1 know this, and think I may be doing
the farmers good by speaking of it. ... A boy
10 years old tan work it, and throw a continu
ous inch-and-a-quar'er stream. ... It can be
made to 'work in deep wells as well as in shal
(From the New York Obssrver.J
We havo had 5a nse for months past ene of
West's Pumps, which liar given cs more sat
isfaction as a force and lining pump than any
we have ever used. It i one of great power,
and well aduptcd for ship's decks, iniuei, fac
tories, green-louses, graperies, 4c, Ac. The
Mining Chronicle and Railway Journal says:
It is recommended for its extreme simplicity
of construction,- groat strength, and conse
quent durabilrtv and ciespncss or repair.
There is no stuffing box the pressure being
held by a cup packing, like that upon the
working piston, working iff a cylfuder, fitted
fur the purpjse nithin the eppcrnir chamber
wbick we lhin!ragrea?improvcmcnf,ns stuffing
is so liable to be deranged, and leak under
strong pressure, to say nothing of thejoss by
friction incident thereto. It tms also two air
chambers: thus" tn; action of the valve is
cushioned upon boO? sides by air pro en ting
water-hammer and vacusf-tnump. i he valves
arc Tery accessible, and simply and cheaply
repaired. J hey wort much easier than anv
pnmp we hare everS"C!ri; the inch cylinder
being worked by children in wells lull reel
deep, and as they arc extremely cheap as well
as simplo aud strong, wc freely recommend
Gt. Necx, L. I., 1SG0.
I have used this pump for ene summer and
n inter, ezpo.'ed to the North- West wind coining
over Lung Island bound, being the coMc.-U
possible exposure, and at no time did it freeze,
nor were we un.iblo at any time topampw.i'tcr
Hit!) great ease. II. B. McIlvai.i.
She undersigned, having to use "West's Im
proved Pumps," cheerfully recommend them
as simple, durable andipowcrful in raiding and
throwing water, aud for their cake of action,
security ngVitt frost, and low price, wo believe
them superior to all others.
Wiiirrn Lii.and, Met. Hotel, NewYerk.
J. W PuiiEROv, Youkers, N. Y.
J no. MmuiEiD, N. Y.
DoaimsK LawRENca, Westchester.
CiMsxiBCE Mini, N. C. June 15, 1!5J.
J. D Wrst . Co.:
Ge.ita The pump which I ordered for our
Mine is receired and put to work in nur un
derlay shaft, which we are sinkinir. We fu d
that one man will with ease lift 50 gallons per
niiimte. He lilted in three and n lull biur
all the watsrin the khnft. which measures seven
by tcelve feet aud 30 feet deep, aud it as
lull when we commenced, it answers our ex
pectatieus iu every respect, and our workmen
are highly pleased with it. It will do great
service with but trilling expense fur rcrniis.
Yours, repect fully,
We have plenty more such certificates, but
think these are enough. For Pumps, Hose,
i ipe, :, address or call upon
J. D. WEST & CO.,
179 Broadway, N. Y.
OrricE or Coustv Treisurrr,
Trov. Kansas, October 4, IS64.
lUl-rAlBKS in JJoniphtii County are
X hereby not:Crd that the County-Treasure'r
will viit the several voting precincts iu the
Cpnnty, for the purpose of receiving taxes for
iiie prtseei year, at tne following appointed
utaes, bo niK-
Whit Cloud, Monday, and Tuesday, Octo
ber 17 and 16. v;
Iowa Point, Friday, October 31.
Highland, Saturday, October 31.
Wolf River Township, .,,
Syracuse, Monday and Tuesday, October Si
Burr Oak Township.'
Oolarahu, Friday and Saturday, October 23
Wathena, Monday October 31. '
Blwood, Tuesday, November I.
f ' 5Marioa Tovrnshlp.
Palermo; Wednesday, November t.r
,Peterburg,7rh'ursday, November I.
' Wayne Township.
Geary City, Friday, November 4. .
Donipbau, Satsrday, November i.
Troy,, Wednesday and Thursday. October 1 0
and SO; and will be irrTroyafter November 8.
t ?JIAJK. I. TRACY,
stVi u v Treasurer DoniphaV County.
October 6, 16C4i3w ,
Leonard Smith, Proprietor.
THIS, JTotel U.'pleajaatly sitaated, eeave
nientto the Court House and tke busiacstt
part of town. Guests will isiv tk vry
CT'A larsj rtaMe. ia eoiaectiea with the
uouse, xor the accomdation of horsss,
January 7, 1864-tf.
AC AiMONTJii-Agenti wanted to sell
IP I Viewing .Machines We will give a
commlMion on all Machine 'old; or employ
agenta who will. work for tb above wages and
aU expense peJiL, , r
inicuiaraatWrai .1D7" j,Iernonraonarj.e , - , 0fvervc
BOYtoAN.rCo.. a.B;Dig.au, mmFs Safi'vrt'
ParsoiTk Mroa. IsonpMou. ,oa
January 14, IMMy.
is a constitutional ,!;.. il
Wood, by hich this am&7
-weak, and poor. Be!n .
pervades thevhole boj "r.
m disease on any part of itv1 ! I
from its attacks, nnr ;. .v. ...?
!.not destroy. The scrnf,,i?. ."? Aa:
cauv-d by mercurial disease u!?n
ordered or unhealthy W ; w Lr-r.?
and filthy habits, the dS11' 5.'
abo all. brthe'vcneu-afSS
ever b its origin, it is kcr011- t
sutution, descendiu? fromS a
pto the third andfourSS
it seems to be the rodofl&5 W
wui visii we iniquities of the f J -v
tlieir children." fllii
us cuecis commence hv df nn.:.
blood of corrupt or uleSSSS1 ts
w.w. v. .uij.ur ulcerous maitfr r
the lungs l.ncr. and intcm.1 0,Z
,w..i?.'. .irr, u'.cn,M "...: i
the surface, eruptions or sor,. vf?'!
tuption, -liich genders inthebWi r8,1
tlie energies of life, so tlat .T" d1
lions not only suffer from ., "!,
plaints, but they have ?
stand the attacks of other AlZ ''"
micnUT rast numbers rj. . :
vhich. nltliouirhnor rrf,i...r - Uw'.
mm tMl rr..).,1 ..., uu'lntll
-. .., uiai tv thu
to ... I
ays., jiosioi me consump,,;;";'
emiates the human familv la, & mJ"T !
in. this scrofulous contamination- , ST11'-'
destructive dLvascsorthc HTer k5n ,?
and, indeed, of all the oi'fe1;
are njrnvated by the same cause. e
Olip nimrfpr nT nil m,.. .w. i
.. ".iiiue are scrnf T
thcir icrsons are invaded hr ,... ,. , "
fectioB. and their health is under-, m'
To cleanse it from the svstem ws ZT.
the blood by an altcrati,e ire.'.-. "
vigorate it by healthy looi uj "
Such a medicine wis supply '"'.
Compound Extract of Sarsnnariifa
skill of out time enn dcriw for lUt
lrnnro vsrneni i tnir nm .! i. -
bincil from the most active remedial-, ti."
disorder from the blood, ami die rrscae tj
llcxiee it fhouhl he timiloi-nl r..-tr. .
not onlj Scrofula, hut nlso'tliost otJrrVr I
finilt -sjsrliinlt Mriilt frfm t ....i. . 1 "
.7.ir.i "...". "-' .uc"" m '
ltosr, or ITiiTMrai.AS. Piurnt lv...
Bi-oTni rs. Bnit, ami Boim.Ti xov, Tr-ii
and Salt Hiiech, Scai.i lUn,Ki,t,m,
jviiKi-mvitM, airiiiiiTicamliliRcnuiI u
kasxs. 1)hiu-st, Disramu, llimutt m
indetd, an, C'uxi-i aikts Akisma rium .. .'
tii on Ivrrnn IIhmui. Tlie ipu!u
in " imiiiu ir nftht Hood " U foumlnl k. irX
for scrofula isatlrgeueraliont-f tlieMtJ. f.,
psrticular purnoe and virtue of llm S.-. .
nlli is ti purify and rfRenerain tins viultit
without which sound htalth is inijH)isil j
roa the iniDi ccaz or
inttrmlttent Frrtr, or Fevtr and (fn,
Itcmlltant Ferer, ( hill aTrr, Oanik
Asut, Parlixllcal llcailarlic, or Hill.,,
xteatiarne. nnu isiiinui pevtrs, lodiaj
for (h whole rTntt of AUratH rlln.
Ins; Itvhllli"jr drnniriii(iit,tiiiH,
he Jlalarla of Tllasmatlc Cuuuliln.
We are enabled here td cflrr At frssj,
remedy winch, while it enrea the aboic ciayu
with cerucniy mil perfrclly hamin a cj
quanuiy. ouen a rrmtny n inTiinaMa Ltnu
where these aiilictintc oisorTf7 pnJ. Vu
"Ccke" expcN the miatmalic jx-jttTi n
ASK Auuk from the nTstcm. an rrfiM'Uid
velopmcnt of thedieac. if UVen mitfrtij- 1
Droacli c f fl iircmonitc rr smivtums. . h n t m
the best rrmeily cier jet dhrntrrtd fttkn '
df coiunlaints, Imt aha the clt.iist Ibt Ur,-
qiiantily we supply fir a dollar Iriwti.lmViO'kf
rcarn ol cicrj Oiniy; andinuiruiiiuniis."
Fr.VEK XX1' Anvn prcrajj, tiny Inl ilmu.1
haTC it and use it freeh Ixilh for fat ni H'1"
tion. Agrrat siiprriontri'f iJnirrmiilvwrii
ether cer discovered fur tlie pr an """
cure of Intcnrtlttcnts ia tr.it it contains no (Man.
or mineral, consriucntlr it j.ruduco no qracavw
nthrr iiiiiirinu eHpcts whatlTir liltrn Ihcicnatu
tion. 'J hose cured hy it are left aa Icillsj ii i
tliev had nttr h-l tlie di as.
Fe cr and .e;uc U not aJinr tar cnt'fiarocf i
the luiasuutic poison. A priat ariit; if f
dcrs arise from its irrit.ili.m, anwni; hA
Xtuia'qia, Itiewmitiwi, (lt. llnu!achr,rtl
ici, Tiiilhurhe, l'nritrhr, l'a'anh,AHkrat.tA
pifation. Painful JJTerhm if the ''". ""'
let. Pain in tht Itotcch, Code, I'amlysu am! '"
mmicmrut of thr StoirUich. all f wlntb, k
nrii!iTijlin in this cause, put on ihemtrnaft
type, or become pcriixhcal. '1 his " t'l ui."' "
the poison from the blood, and coiirn,iit!j
the in all alike. It is an inrshiallc , rottct.
immigrants and crsniis tracIhll',!r,'!,or,' '
n-sidiini in the inalariousdTstrirts. If taktin"
i-.i!ly ft liaily whiler ni)sid t' tLf rcrf".
tlwt will bo excrrteil fmm the system, ami '""'
accumulate- in sufficient quantily to npi
ease, llei.ee it is evtn more valuaMr fur
turn than eure, and fiw ti!I ner ssirrr fiom ''
mi Units if tlirv nsail theiitnelf es of I- r'lJ
this jrnrciJy atibrds.
Prepared by Dr. J. a AYEB U. CO., Lotb!!, tu
F0K31ERLY topeka norsE,
H.'.K. Cor. Kansas Avenue and J'sfth -
'PHIS well-known Topeka llmr-e" fi v
L thoroughly rmosjtcd, and liai lets t
opened under the aupiccs of
E. C. K. GAEVEY,
Who flatters himself that the fact itamBowt
Kuarantcc to the Kauris I'ublio Ibst all '
Comforts and Conveniences of a '
CLASS HOTEL will be forthcomiuc Te
Rooms arc larcc and well funiiahedaii-lcre"
uient. The HOUSE is immediately o"a
of the CAPITOL BUILDINUS, on ft"'"
Avenue. . v
And if more is required, we mights!, u
HOUSE is the
at the Capitol of our next President,
GENERAT, JAMES IIENB.Y 1A.1K1
Claims Against Government-
National claim agency
HARVEY k COLLNSj
- Washington, D. &
fc t' " ItEAYIS fc'TOWLE,
Falls Citfj S. "
KACY Jr. PIEKCE,
- White Clond, Kna.
riHIE above mentioned firms Darin;; fo"
J- a co-partnership, are now ready to prw
cute all Soldiers' Claims oeiorc we
Department at Washington. . . j
BounticsJ'ensions, Horse Clamu,
Pay, andIl-miseellancons claims B?.tT
Particular aUenUou paid to adjusting l
Missouri-Enrolled 3IIHtii Claims; alw, -ceased
eoldiers claims- ' hcn.
Persons ITaving claims of tb!j.J?
will do well to call on u, at Fall WJ
White Cloud. , .....Aa.
Advie free. KothlDC made, nptbiBS f
eed. , oiayi.-"-
TSXESBERBr ASJ KACSU
X HAYJE received, ocopmuvoB.' if
a, number of .mine M?J-5: " foiia,
cripiion wnicn ?u?v,,iv"""f;2roanH
..diinypn' far annrovea property m
I have also receiredthe Agency -w u
mick' celebrated Bespers.and Sia.
orderly pumber, of the latest inPg,
ni-.'onraa6nble term. AIM. i u
wa,a.tvti.jmTSssijsrscimsuJKikjiutuir i .rV-
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