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Y!respectasffor,18fc. " '
The Ladyfef Friend,
A NEW MONTHLY, MAGAZINE
LITERATURE ASH FA8HI0S.
The pnblihers of ihi new Magazine, in en
teriii;; npon the eocoiid year of Us xUtvnce. beg
leu e. to otter thcirthak t the reidingpablie
for the snpori which they have liberally ex
tended to them. Veiy fi-w II ipazincs havetoccn
able. uTlheiri-ecMiid'year, to loa.t ! to Inrgea
circnlrtn as that to which THE LADY'S
FKIENDhisnow attained. Uef'rriiig io the
numbers already V IlHtd, as Indicative of the
ehiracler of onr Mignzine, we may briefly say
tbit it will continue to be devoted to Choice
Literature inJ the Illustration of the Fashions.
It will contiln tho late-t patterns of Chwks,
Caps BiMinct, HeaJ-DreJ'CS, Fanry "Work.
Embroidery) Ac, cith Receipt?, Music, and
other mitteis intcretiiiz Hi ladie. "
TJIE LADIES' FKIEND will be edited by
MkS'IIENKY PETERSON, who will rely up
on the services in the Literary Department of a
Splendid Corps or Contributors,
Etnhraciiig many of the m03t talented writers
Hnudsomo Sled I'nsrnvincs.
A HANDSOME STEEL FANCY EN
GRAVING and a SUPERB COLORED
STEEL TASH10N PI ATE will itlu-trate
csery nuni'itr; be-ides well executed Wood
Cut, illustrative of the Fashions, Patterns, c,
too nunieroua to detail.
A Sewing Machine Premium.
In order to entile I idies to procure a first
quality -ewiiig Machine at very little outlay,
we make the fylhinrin: liberal offer:
Wc wilf give pnR of Wheeler & Wilson's
Celebrate 1 Swi"!r M-teliincs the regularprice
of which is Filly-Five Dollars ou the follow
ing to. mj:
1. Twenty cories. one year, tnd the
J:eriiig Machine, " $70 00
2. Thirty copit-s. one year, and tho
Sewing Midline, 65 00
3. Fortv Copies, imc year, and the
In the hr-.tnl heabjve Clnbs.fiHdy ciiiget
twenty sub-cr hers at the tegnl ir price of $2 50
a copy, mid then liy -n ling on the-e subscrip
tion, and Tweiitr DjIUis in addition, will get
a M ichine tli it he cfifcot buv anvwhirc lor
tli in Kilty -Five D il' u. It she ge-ts thirtv
miticii')(r4.JLid Seventvlivp Dollar', ,-lie will
OTiIvlnvttnaldT.il D..ilir- to the amount.
Wnile if ulie gets fjny .iibcnbcr, at the rrgu
lar uric, -he will c-l lierM i-'izne foriiothin.
Tnu Miaine v ill be Mill to dilleri nt Pot
OfliceJ. if deMrcl The nnnei and monev
tli mid be lor mini as npidly as ohtiinel, in
onler Hi it the Mibscriuers in i begin to teceive
their 31 igi7iue- at once, mid not become diat
islie'd wiih the delay. When the nholu amount
of money i received, the S;wing Midline will
be duly furw-tnled. The Club miv Ue partly
compi-ednfb-cri'icri to THE SATURDAY
EVENING POST, if de.ired.
ij In nil case, the M ichine cnt will be the
reul ir Wheeler & Wilson's No. 3 31 ichine,
sold bi them in New York for Fifty-live Dol
lirs, The 31 ichlno will be selected dcw at the
muiiifaciory in New York, and forwarded free
oi coil, nun tlic'cxceptiou OMreignt.
Our terms are the same as those r-f lint well
fcnnun wpiKIv p-ipor. THE SATl'RDAY
EVENING POST, punished by in for tnc Ia,t
eilm-vn juai in order that the Club maybe
m nle np of the paper ami ilia ill igizme con
jointly, nlian It i i-o dc-ired and arena follows:
TERMS CASH IN ADVANCE:
One coin , one vrar, S.2 50
Twocijiies. ' 4.0.
Four copies, " 8T)0
E'g'it c ipie, ' and 1 logelterupof club.lG 00
Twenty " "anil to cette- up orciub, 3o.UU
One copv of The L idi's Fr.cn3 and ouo of
The Pt, 4.00
HP Siiisle numbers of The Lidy'o Friend,
(pittgf pint by u,) tni'llU Ge cents.
Xj rfutivrilier in lt.iii:b North Amcrlci
mu-tniuktw In ci nt in addition to the an
mul -ubjciipticii, i we haie to pte-piy the U.
S. p ! ik" on their 31 ii7ine.
XT Tne ciii cut ol The Lid'-. Friend and
of The Post will -ilway-. bt tutircly di&erent.
TE CON & PETERSON,
No. 310 Wali.ut Street. Philadelphia-
XT ?nrcimoii Conir will be Pent to those
tle-iromof getiiug up Club, on the receiptor
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Prices Guaranteed to be as low as
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Wc are approai long the cloe of another year,
when it i cuaomary for ncpaper pub'ihcr
to solicit renewal of subscriptions from their
pitnii,-mJ to m ike a great aisnlav of induce
ment to the pu'ilic to ubcnhc. H'e hit e no
such lipl iv tn make. The Ledger is too well
known and too long itnblltlinl tn he obliged
to reort tn any mei-u'i-s of that fort. Our
readers know the kmd of piper we hive given
them here tofore, as well a- we cin tell them;
nn 1 t'ie mere fict that we are printing over one
hun Ired tliau md cop'e more thin any other
weekly or anv dnily pjpcr '" 'be country, is
-preltv good ctidencc tint the Ledger i popular.
AH tint we h-ivo to ?.iy i', that we havj re-engaged
all our moi-t ilitinsiiihiil and popular
contributor, and ull. cnieivjr to nuke as
good and as accptib e n paper in the luture as
we lure tn the put. Here are
Our Terras for ISGo:
Single etipie. it per annum; four copi.
$l0rwhicliii250a copv; eight copie. $20.
The parly In m nil n 'S.20 for n ciub r eight
copie. (aHen:.it one ume.) will be entitled
to a copy frif. Po-tinieri and otbeis who get
up club, in their renectie ton. oin after
wards add single oipie at i2a9. ituiiubsciip-
ti-iiis taken ! r .1 !e period thin one year.
Oinida inib'cnhcrs ma-t nd twenty cents in
addition to the sub-cripiion, to pay the Ameri
can potage. When a drift or check can con
Tenient'y be seit, It will be preferred, as it will
prevent the possibility of ihelo.of mony by
mill. The iio-tac on the. Ledger to all ptrts
of the country is inily twenty cents a year, or
five cents a quarterpayable at tlw office where
he paper is'ilelivcred.
03" Wo employ i o travelling agents. Ad
rWs nil rnmmunicst!on to
I H .rBOBEBT BONNERj PublUber.5-
2Jo. 90 Bekmaa Street, New York.
BT THIS SIOV WE COBWEB.
"WheneTer the way seems Jong,
Or the betrt begins to tail,
Wc ing a more wondciful song.
And tell a more marvelous tale."
January I, 1865.
THE XEW TOUK 3IERCCRY.
THE PRIDE oFjKE FIRESIDE.
In the prime of a rigorous in cllectnal man
hood, the PhcerUx of the weeklies begins its
flight for the new year, over the wrecks pf iu
flagging and lifeless coteraporarieStWitb its eye
taxed upon tnc sun, ncneatn wincn it owns no
The war, whitb has toppled down whatever i
is shallow and baseJes., lias written no wrinkle j
on the bright aegis of our success. Our feat
ure for the issue of IEC5 thake ihc pillars-of
what bis heretofore been deemed impcl in
scriil literature. Both sides of the Atlantic
render n tribute. Wcdijllcoi tinue the thrill
ing romances of JIis3 M. E. Braddon, pecro-
mancer ol ta strong, aar passions, to wliom
we pay more- money annn illy than the entire
capital of our imitators, and add to our Amer
icau stiff the champion jetcr of the cap and
bell. Josh Billing;), who will commence, with
the first of Jaiuiry, a series of his well known
inimitable comic pipers, written expies!y 1w
nt, in bis irre3iFtibIy convu'rirc vein. Harriet
t". Prescott, the root polished and im igiuitire
fketch-writer living; P. T. Banmm.tbp world
famed showman and autobiographer; 3Ii3 31.
A. Earlie, Fairfax Bilfour,Dr. J.H. Rcbui-on.
and " Ned Butilliuc," nnuwntd and virati1e
not elette writirs. will ke out Hie I'p.iikling
cuutributioiis of such facile poet, feuillotouit.
humorists, critics, traveling, piragra) hists,
etc., as George Arnold, W. O. E.ilun, Millie
W. Carpenter," George Alfred Tonend, Julia
S. Ingralnm.-Edward Wil'ett.Ueorge Martul,
Jo'epn Barber, J. A. 'Patten, and others un
mtrous Liioigh and clever enough to run all
the uer!piipcrs on the Continent.
The viiid pencils of Darley, 3IcLelhn,and
White, the firt draugliLmen of the n"e, will
make the new volume pictotiil; and winterer
of f ugitit e or meteoric note m
iged and made i
thcyeir, will at oi.ee bo en,
In addition to it crip and telling editorial,.;
itsdelt-ciible Oosipper-t' Club, in which tlu
aptcttaud wittiest potrDs.eiricit res, andbur-le-jues
of tha time first appear; and iti co
iucttih L idles' Promenade. io wIiilIi all the
mother, sncellearts. daughters, wiie, ami
widow of the land siiljs.ribe their expirie'ncrs.
The New York Mercury will couiiuuc the
faithful and cogent
PHOTOGRAPHS OF POPULAR PEOPLE,
highly illustrative uhthc oldc-t, able-t, and
artfulest folk of the era; the Grcit Fashion
Article, by Jennie June, who-e sprightly notes
upon the litest and most perlcct New York
modes are suggestive to leaders of tociely ev
erywhere, and universally consulted both in the
metropolis and throughout the countrr; and
commence a series of illustrated Sketches of
Groteque Adve.Mnre in Foreign Climes Dur
ing the War, by Alfred Temple; as well as
Hints Upon Cookery, by Henry Gosling, the
The first of the year tiill inanzurate the
thrilling triginal novt-Ittte by Dr. J. II. Robin
THE CHILD OF THE CO.ID, -
which ill be followed by a splendid newptory
bv SIim M E Briddon, written expressly lor
The New York Mercury.
Notwithstanding the upward mirch of every
article of luxury and consumption, and oi'r
em rmously incre ised utby for the year 1665,
the Star Paper of the Republic, wjtb its forty
colaicn8of sterliug origin I tnttter, will con
tinue to be issucl at fix cents a copy, and sold
by all newsmen and pcriodicil dealers in Ame
nd. Its Ion" and honorable hitorv murc
subscribers ngiir.st the ca-uiltics and fitililic
which have swept so many mushiooni iourmls
oH" the board. :unl leJJ tlicirpitr'it.s disconsolate
nt the loss of their monev.
To miil subscriber, our terms are:
Cash in advance: Single copie, $2.50 a year;
three coi iea, $7; six coic, S13; nine copie,
$2. The party who send us $20 for nine
copie, will receive an additional copv free
bx months subscriptions recciicd. Cinada
ubcribcrs must send twenty ceut9 extra lor
each subcriptiun, to piy Aincricm posuge.
Subcr ber should be carelul to write plain! v
the name of their Post-o.licc, Count and t"tatc.
Specimen copies smt free to nil applicants.
CAULDWELL k WHITNEY,
Proprietors oj The Nets Yori Mercury,
Nos. 43 Ann Street and 113 Fulton Sticet.
New Yoik Titv.
GODEY'S LADY'S BOOK. -
Fashion Magazine of the World.
LITERATURE, FINE ARTS. AND
FASHIONS. The most mignificcut Sicel
Engraiings. DOUBLE FASUION PLATrS.
Wood Engravings on eierv ulijtct lint can
lnteret ladies. Croclut Knitting. Netting.
Emliroidery, Articles for the Toilet, for the
Pirlor, the Boudoir, mid the Kitchen. Ete
rvthiug, in fact, to make a complete LaJift
THE MD ES" FAYOillTE FOlt 35 YEARS.
No migizinc has been able to compete with
it. Nouc attempt it.
for every I'cpirtment of household. These
il'ine are worth the price of the Book.
Model Cittiges. (no other .Magizinc gives
them,) with diignm.
DRAWING LESSONS FORTIIE YOUNG.
Another spclilly with Godey.
ORIGINAL. M SIC. worthST a year. Oth
er Magazines publish old worn-out music; but
the subscribers to Godey get it before the mu
Ginlening for LtdicJ. Another peculiarity
Fishions from Mesrs. A. T. Stewart & Co.,
of New York, the ini'Iinnaiic merchants, ap
pear in Godey, the only Magazine that has
Also, Fashions from the celebrated Brodic,
of New York.
Ladies' Bonnets. We give more of them in
a year th in any other Magizine. In fact, the
Lady's Book enables every lady to be her own
Authoress of " Alone." " Hidden Path, ' " Moss
Stdr," " Nemesis," and Miriam,"
writes for Godey each month, and for no other
Masaiine. We have also retained all our old
and favorite contributors.
Godey's Lady's Book for 186S.
(From which there can be no deviation.)
The following are the terms of the Lidy's
Book for 1S65 At present, we will receive
subscribers at the following rate. Dae notice
will be given if wo are obliged to advincc.
which will depend upsn the price of paper :
Ore copv, one vear, $1.00
Two copies. one year, 5 5ti
Three copies, one year, 7 oi
tour conies, one tear, 10.00
Five copies, ouo yeir, and an extra copy
to the person sending the club, making
six copies, a 14 00
Eight copies, one yeir, and an extra copy
to tfte person tending tne club, making
nine copie. 21.00
Eleven copies, one year and an extra
copv to tne person sending tne club.
making twelve copies 27 50
Additions to any of the above club, $2.50
Godey's Lidy's Book and Arthur's Home
Migazine will bo jseut, each one .year, on re
ceipt of 1 4.50.
Wc hare no club with any other Magazine
or Newspaper. f
The money must all be sent at one time for
Canadi subscribers must send 24 cents ad
ditional for each subscriber.
Address t L.A.
N. E. Corntr Sixth and Chestnut
tnut Streets,. ,1
.- 3 T , r ' ' ' i ' -
jSsJV r " -laP:
" 317 Broadway, ftevr Yorfcv
IT wan pronounced japerior to all others at
the World' Fair.iu London,16C2. It took
the Pir-t I'rrmiutn at the great Fair of the
AMERICAN INSTITUTE, in New York
City, lfi3. heie the judged were practical
nechanii.', and appreciated COG WHEELS,
It took Tttr. First Pkfji um the
N w Yoik STATr. Fai, 1662 and 1661.
VrRxgiT State Fair, le63.
' Pannsylvama Htate Fax, I8C3.
Indiana Statk Fair, 1863.
Iowa Stvtk Faiif. 1863.
Ii i incis State Fare, 1863.
Awn at Coutv Fairs wmiooT ifMBiR.
SELF ADJUSTING AND ADJUSTABLE!
It Sates time, Labor, Clothes; and Honey.
Itls easily and firmly secured to the lub or
Washing miihine, and will (it tub of any size
or shape. It i simsle in it coiivffacttoa, and
com not ex-ilv cet out iifrenair.
U i not .inly a PERFECT WRINGER, but
the Co-abecbt siVtfit h POWER whith ren
ders it A-mMSt KXCELLriT wasiifr. pteitig awl
re.'iar itiog. as u Hues, the DiftT with tho'ivATrit,
1 from the (Jolhe.
Any Waslii'mnjiiaii can use it aCIiild ten
years old can use it.
It will save it cost evcty G months, in the
53,818 SOI,!) I 1803.
No. PRICES. Sire of Boiler.
Li wzU Diiim-icr.
l.LirseFiniily $13 UXm Sui.
lj Medium IO 1 1 J J" in. IJjJi.i.
2 J,ei1 Pamily
1 Si... II
8 .TO y? itt. IJJin.
7 SO in:; in. lfito.
3. Small " .10 8?f in. 156 in.
8. Lirge Hotel IS II in. 2 in.
18. Med. Lnuudrv UO l?Jin. S.t.f in.
22 Large "- SO lim. :Ua in.
No. 18 and 22 to run by Suninur Hand.
No. 2'.:iml 3 have hire Small Rolls and
NO COGSi. allotlnnare
Tin mean, rrtciallT, that after a few
month-,' ue the lower roll
WJLL NOT TWIST ON THE SHAFT,
And tear the Cloihing, as is the eae with onr
No. 3, nnd other Wringers without C"2 whevl
In our m .nlhly silcs of over 3,000, onl from
one to two U07.ru arc without Cogs. In our
retail sale, we have not old one in nearly two
years! Tins slows wlmh style i aiiprcented
by the public. This is the only fringer with
The ratciit Cos-Wheel Jtegulntor,
And thnug'i other Wringer m ikers are licens
ed to ue our Rubber roll", ttt none aie ever
licensed, to Use the Cog-wheel lteguiator.
Therefore, for cheapness and durability, buy
On receipt of tne Tirice, from places where
no one is felling, we will send tnc U. C. w
r&rr of txrrasE.
Wh it we cpccia'Iy want is .1 good
Tn ovsry town. We oOVr lihenl inducements,
and piriraittc the excluue sale.
R. C BROWNING. General Agent,
3-17 Broadway, New Yoik.
TBir Tribune, for 1865,
- Tnc Military and Naval 'rdcccsscs of ISf-J,
with the aupi ions rcul; or onr Presidential
content, hive lifted a lieaVV weight fromMhc
breast of the Loy il Millioiisufiuir eimntrtmen.
Iti now felt, eten by ihoc who hive bieii
distrustful and fiint hcirted, lint the Union is
to emerge triumph mt from the deadly ftrifc
whereii.to she was mi wiekedlv prriipiute I bt
her nailints. and that S'lvery. her ic!entle-s
foe, is to encounter the" late of Himiii- The
perils of foreign intonation -md of Western
insurrection are stMt passed; Abrhim Lin
coln. no lonqiraFsailible as tho ehuice of a
minority, hold the helnrof Slate for foi.r teirs
longer; the Rebellion, palpihly weakened bv
its defi ats and I.-se Uiintig Hie yearrnw do?
ing wiih its credit ft itduced tliat its-pnrta"
beanroffie'iall ibclares t!nti4'Iiei.iiry Notes
can onlt be exeh iheeil :nr oii at 7u' rMi'ul
menit li'e for one, whi'o its bonds' tfnlrt
but fix cents n theditlnr but awaits ibe tiWw
whiih fli ill sion strike the sword from ifipir
ricidil hsnd.nnd nmitil mistir-s-ptlits lof't'
iustice, or it miv be to the eU mency, ofa s
lv wronged and jii-tlt ineeied but foibMfii'g
and inn- animoii. I i-ople. Siub re iheaft-p-ce.
which justify nur fsit'i tint the te.irsM-u M
open I .-ec the burs and stripe. U nt uinlilt
luiged fi-oni ctery biit'einent in the Repub'ic,
and the perfect I iw ol L beitv for All iminova
bly imbedded in the C- nstitution of our Union.
Tiik Neu York Tribdie. founded i.i 18-11.
will enter upon iis tweolv louitli teir with
quickciitd liiipis.inil enlirgeil mcins of iiscfu!
n's. Its piiieitle need no re UIemenl: itl
a'ms are the eillu on or luteiligeiice and the
ILCUleatiou ofa rir)t of hiCi-'I'illl and Hnmaui
ty. When thi tiuth rli ill Ii ite been "enerallv
recognized and c-tablihed as the bisis of our
ii '.millions nnd rxdiiy, th it injustice to the
po-nst, ihe wiki-t. ihe m(t depiseit, is n
learful mi-Like ih.it uo coinuiiinilt or suite
can afTird ti wnmg cien il humbleM member
-then will our land bisk once more in the calm
sunshine ot peace ai d prosperity
The Tribune has fur ihe lat yeir been pub
lished nillioiit pmbl ti; its proprietors, Milel
bi-eaiic of th depreei ilion ol our Cuncncv be
low ihe specie Mandard, compel. ing iu to buy
piierand other miterials at a cot considerably
above the full nm mnt received from our sub
scriber. On our Weekly edition, the ne"t los
hi amounicil to many thou- mds of dollars;
while our larce receipts from Advertitiiig haye
been wholly absuibcd by the extraordiuaiytx
nenses for Corre-pondence, Tel-raphing, 4c ,
act oh cd on us ur the it ur. As we uo nt rup-
pose our patrons desire th it we tbould'work fur
them at our own cost, and pn ler not to o pat
ronized by any who mjif deire it, we hive
somewhat adianced for the eusuiig year the
prices of our Semi Weekly and Weekly, as we
had already done with ihose of our Daily edi-
liuns. 1 Ms increase is purclv nominal: thtie
never befoie was a time when the f aimers of
our country could buy The Tribune lor so little
of their own products or labor as they can by
Single copy, 4 cents.
Mail subscriber. 1 copy, 1 yeir 312 Nos-, $10.
Mail sub-cribers, 1 copy. 1 year 104 Nos., $4
do 2 copies, do do 7
do 5 cnp"es, or over, to one
address, for each copy, 3
Mail subscribers, 1 copv, 1 yeir 52 Nos , $.250
do Club "1 5," one address. 10.00
Persons remitting $20 for 1 J copies. tu one nd-
dress, will receive one copy extra, gratis.
Persons remitting 40 for 20 copies tonne ad
drcsa, will receive one copy Semi-Weekly,
Persons remitting $5J tor 40 copies, to one ad
dress, will receive one copy Daily, gratis.
Draft on New York, piyable to the order of
" i he 1 ribune, beini: saler, o.c prelerub e to
any other mode of remilta cc. But whre tlrafLs
cannot be corvrnlentlv procured, United States,
or National Bank bills arc the next best, and
may tie sent by mail; but in case of loss, The
Tribune will not he responsible, un ess tuinish
c. oti,u j. ,ut, uri:nmiiMi ui ,iie uiii?, hmh-ui
.i :.u . r..it .i :..t !r ,t..t.iii. :..lna;
the name of the Bank, denomination ami num
GODEY,, . -.Jber,and the time and 'place of the ailinspf
me.fr wiea w inciwurrp. awiws, t (
inn iiuuuati, iom-
Vol. XVI. Advance Terms. , .
One Copy, $3 a year; Six Months, $1.50.
To Clobs and Agents as Follows:
Five Copies, one Year, - $14.00
Seven Copies, and one free to Agent; t 3?-00
Ten Copies, l . " " " ' SS-b"
Anr cnitber of Copies orer Ten at same
rate only $250 per copy. A Free, Copy al
lowed for tTery Ten Subscribers, If Agent
does not compete for Premiums.
GOOD PAY FOR DOING GOOD I
READ, FRIENDS !
Thongh we cannot afTord the luxury haT
ing lo3t seven, thousand dollars on club sub-
scrintiotra durinz tne- oast year we hare re.
solved to offer tne lotrg-tiine Agent-Friends of
the linral Mew-Yorker, and others disposed to
form clubs for the ensuinsr year and volume.
jirae Liberal and Substantial Inducements for
cffi rts to fully maintain the circulation and
uiefulnes ol the pirpe hr their respective lo
calities". Wiih this object in view. We offer a
eoodlv number of Cash Premiuons (payable in
U.Trea.ury Notes bearing 6 per cent, insterest,
or Gre-tibicks, as preferred.) for the larcest
li-t nl subscribers remitted on or betore reb.
'f, 1655. fThc Iit will b; sent to our Club
AgenU aion, and alsj to other persons miking
Lupplicattoii.j Also, the following t.xra fre
miumi wincli may be secured by tlrs same
piron ciinipetiins r Ihe luge' prize:
LIBEREL EXTRA PREMIUMS
FOR CLUB LISTS SENT IN EARLY
230 fn Cii.li aud over SSOO in Book!
As it iit importa it to cure a pirtion of our
list of Si bcri!ers tor I coo aseirly asconven
ieut. (in order tint the names, may be pat ini
tvpa lor Jrulii'g MicnniJ Willi lut delay,' we
ulTi-rllie lollowmg libi-nil E-xtn Premiums, in
addition to older anil laiger prtxes:
Fll TY CASH PREMIUMS 1 To Each of
the Filit Per.ens pntitg irtcmilling necord
Ini io our Club Tern s ler the t-t li's ol
'I Imtv or mine Sib-6ihers to the Rurai New-
Yorkir lor 1815, (at least slt'cn ol wliiclrmust
be new Sub.ctibers,) wc will give five dollars
in Gr( nbicks.
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DEACON k PETERSON.
No. 319 Walnut Street, Philadelphia.
TUUXER, FRAZER ft WILLIAMS,
lNDt5EALCBJ IS -TSsZ'
- NO. 7 FOURTH STREET,
C-'Vii'I.S.; .. 'SI .HnsiXtl
... . I
SMlLSH&RWTsfoiiS?Rkkw, v :
SiSiBsficsSSSrssSsjili? vsS5HMHs if
CHARLES JOSEPH'S:! ,
GREAT VARIETY STORE!
.1 'iim ui OITT
I00K OUT FOE THE SPtEtfrlD KEW SIGH!
Ho! Citizcnsof Kansas, andall pooplcoftbif West!
Come get ray fahi i able Good, the die ij;.t and the best! . , . ,
1 hive a greit variety of e-virythiig you nted, ' . '-.,
And can Mipplv yoiircverytviii, at lrillihgit imU'tit , t 1 t '
Ay.birgauidthat will male ton riili, l.rlittle ye nay leap; .
Because I boughl my GViod for Gold, when everything as eheap.
i ' '
The Xidies af my Store Will fhd wh'ttever they desire.
l'te .Muff's , and Rifl", and Cutf. and Mntr. ami Korgcoii,-giy attire;
1'v e Sb iwls, nnd P.aid. and Rubes, and Co iks. of et erv ftyle aud hue;
l'te Si ks and Satins, ritb and rare, and lint It to rlie view ; J
I've Slipper, Outers, Bmt ami Shoe, and every k nd if Iloe;
I've Ribbons, Boi.nci. B l lam'iili all kind of Fancy Clothes, .
Fjr Cburch.'or Ball, - r liMtiug. or et ery d ty atiire
IVe etery klndol Clothiiigthita Lnl miv rciiiire;
I've fishiouab e Jewcliy Gold Hraeeleisund line Rings.
Gold Chains, Gol I Lotke'ts, Kir-Rnys, and a tliomaud other things.
For GenttenTefi, I mire supp'ies of all they wih to wear:
I've Coats , aud Ve-j-ts. jlid P"ant.ilomis, ol color, g ly and fair; i
I've Shoes and Caps, l'te Boot and Hat, Ciatataaad Neck-Tics pretty
The best and ihcapest they can buy in llne, or .my city.
My stock of Groceries is compleleand you will find it true is,
Thit I cin Brill ai tffieib lb you as mercliitiit n. St. Loui.
You'll find ray Store isju-t next door to Syatilding's Cit Hotel.
I can't en imeriteall tny G.i'ds cill in, aud ee the to'al
Of what I have; aud I will buy white Vr you're ot to t-cll
Your Batter, Eggs, and Gram, and Hides, for which I'll pay you well!
White Cloud,' Nov. 24, 18G4-ly. - - CHARLES JOSEPH.
HAVE RECEIVED TUEIR
F$ultm& Winter feE89
And Iravc oh hand a Larger and more General Stock of Goods than
j was CTor before oflererT
IN-THIS PART OF KANSAS!
.WHICH THEY OFFER LO"V. FOR
OR-IX EXCHANGE FOiT
. P ROD U C E !
BAaLEY & FJOYES.
White Clonil, October 6. 1SG4.
H. N. SEAVER.
LIE JUST BECEIVING TliEIIi
Fall and Wtssfei $rood
MSY GOODS, GSJOCKRIKg,
.Ilats and Caps, Boots and SIioqs,
A LAEGE ASSORTMENTOF-READY MADE GLOmtRG,'
With all other Articles usually kept in a Variety or Country Store.
White Cloud, September 8, lSftf-tf. i ' SEAVER t JENNINGS
fpHE undersfene I ha jus't opened, at Beck
L ett'sold stand, in Whiter Cloud, a new
Family. Miscellaneous Groceries,
COFFEE, SUGAR, TEA,
NtlTS, CANDIES, &C,
Which he will sell at the lowest living prices,
for Cash. He intend f keeping up his stock,
and to be at all limes prepared toaccommvdate
his customers. "The publieare rolicited to jive
him a call. - - MILTON UTT.
White. CIoud,-AjriI,16s 1863-6m.
To Disabled Soldiers. Seamen and Ma
rines, and IVidotr or other1 Heir nf
those, who havc-Uiei ox'fiecaZKilled
in the Serriee. , - ,
CHAS. C- TIIGK-ER,
Attormey for ClsJjtaatsVouity'Land and
WASHINGTON CITY, D. C.
PENSIONS proeored for SoIdiers,""Seamen
and Marines or the present wir, who arc
disabled br?nson of wounds recejyfl r-dis
ewecontraeted while in service; andTPehsioniii"
Bounty Money and arrears of Pay obtained for
widows or or other heirs of those who have died
nrhrn ViTlriTVhit In service.
Sosaty-Laitd procured for-semcec in .any 0Lj
the other wart.
"3 ; ' . ..'"'
I , T
C. F. JENNlNuS
PRO, BONO. PUBLICO!
the Citizen of White Clond and
Adjoi line To tv ii nnd Country,
Far mid Near, in lnuas,
Nebrnkn and Mlssoari. ,.
N. O. PIERCE.
HAVINU located in Wh.te Cloud, Kansas,
.is nrrnared to do all kinds 'of! work In hi
HrijisuchasK 3 biU:1:!
Houso and Sign, Painting, ,y
GRAINING, PAPER HANGING,"
GLAZ.NG, f STAINING,
VARNISHING, . OlLlNGi ic. Ac-
Also, Wagons 'and
painted or repainted
ohl or new;
H Satisfaction given and work warranted in all
Orders leftist nv Shop, onnosite Biilev's
. Stere, or at Ihc .VeTJiidJi IIoue. will receive
N. O." PIERCE.
White Clond. Sept. 8. 1664- tf.
TheNational. Claim 'Agenc$
-HAEVET, COILTjrS, BHACE,
lit -t n .
j- - -sr m- sF
iCoTrrnaieit AeentsaBd Altorseys,
476 Serenth- Strttt. Wut,
. ' WASHINGTON, T;.. C. t
GLA IMS prcente4 apd prosccuicd, before
Congies. Cortof CUimi,:and'tbeDe
partaietiis. Patents, .Pensions-Tand Bounty
Lands aecnred.-fl . , , , -
io a t-tiiLcnnr!!
or wtPHrxcTnif ftrt'
Off jFTfH afar ap rtmtJXi
r "il AwliTii?as I
--nr '-? wM.
k a constitutional disewe. a Mm .-
, V v'." .if"-. corruntm ., ..'
noou, oy -imicii tins Uuid becom,7 - w
icak, and poor. Bemsr in the r Z U'
lervades the iilioVEofc Jn'cV's,-"-. .t
iii disease on anvpart of it ", ' r,t 0,,t
roia. jm aiiacKS nor is there one i,7i " '"
lOt destrov. 'nn. irrofol.... "..? ." eT
fcauied bv mercurial di'-no. i..' V nr',""lj
ordered or unhcdthy.fGod, 'ininur-V" ?' d.-"
d falthy habits, tfc dcpi4Slr b
1 above all, by Uie venereal inBTr,.. . ?-
fever be its origin, it is Iierediu.v . , :
fMuU'on,decidinSriomiMri;t, . " Tfi'
Jinto the third and fonrUi Rti.ua , "?
ft seems to lxTthe rod of H. , . ', ''"
trill visit tlie iniquities of U - Lh,.. " "X
their chadren." UUk" "l1"
i Its effects commence by dq,, i ;., f.0 ft
t blood of corrupt or idccrous ,,, . r . , u,s
khc lungs liver, and internal ore : -! i, tZ
tubercles; in the gland. siul.,,,.;. ,m '
the Mirface. eruption, or sores. II ..'f' ""
I Option, nluch Renders in the Ui, dcJ"!
pe energies of hre, so that crof.iin,c'
I tons not only suffer from nton. ., JT
plauits, but they liave fir less port tl) K,.,
stand the attacks of other di-civ,- ,'
Rucntly rat numbers perfch l,v ,,,
which, although not scrofulous in t,ur ,la.
tre stUl rendered fatal by tl,;, ta;Ilt
aj-stcm. Most of the coiiMimption wltcUdI
ctmatcs the Imniaii family lias it, origin ilir-flv
in this scrofulous contamination ; "amj ,
.dotrtictive dwrtscsortlu liver, kid-icv lr,T
and. indeed, of all the orprins, arise" from or
are nrav.iteil by the same cnuj.
J One quarter of .ill our people a"rc nM )1t .
tlicir pcr-ons arc invad.il by this lurin . m'
faction, mul their health i im!l(-rminr,i ix -,"
Toch-an-o it friintluTtuiittpniiiit r mn ,',
His uiooii nyaii nlimi'ii nmli in
'vinmtJ it by healthy f.l ail
Such a mediemu ne Miopli ui
raiiipsiinil Kilract of Snrsnpr.riUn,
the miKt effectual rcnudy tiliith lip. mnim
.kill of our times cm ile-u-s; fur tins tt.n.
uhere prevntliiinrid fit il ni.il nlr. It U o.!u.
binil frAm the mot aithe rcnicib ds tint 1?.
been iir-i'overeil fnrtheepui-itioniif tlm fo,
di-orilcr from the blood, and the tcciij of t
stcm from, it- lU-strmtiie coni ijicht.
Hviii-c it f oulil le imploiiil fir tlie-mr-rf
"not only Pirofu'a. but nIT tltn-c o'Irr aT .
tioii-. vlddi nrie from ;f .ii has I'ui-iit
and Sktv Diiiisrs, Sr. Anthony's Tic t
ISiisu or I'iiinii-i i . 1'iMiirs, Pirtn,
ItloTLIlLs. Ill i-.nud 1!(in Ti JMRN.'lirriit
and'SiiT Riiitv. Siitu Hi m, ltiniea,
Hni i mti-m, .Sunn rficimilMihiiiuii H
lists, pnoi-sl. Hi-rrrsli, Duiiiui. tn1,
.indeed, si I. Coin i.umh aumm: Hum n
Tri ntlaInrrRr. lliooi. 'Ihe- populir l,jf
ifi iiiijwritir the Utxnl " i fomnkil in ttull .
for vcriifnl.1 i-..ul gtnei I'miiof th I.'imhI 1j
p.nSmil ir purpose- and initio ,f il.,-. -ai ji a.
ril! i i to piiiiij and rei n-rati II r- uta' " 1.
uitl-uut uhieh "-omul ln-nlth is mios.-i te ai
rou THE SPEEUT cire or
Intermittent 1'ever, or Pcitr nml Arm,
Remittent Kevrr, tlillt I'cirr, Ilumli
Jgnr, Prrloilicul Ilrmtni lie. or Ilillmn
Hratlnilir, nnd Iltlions l'crrs, tint,,,!
for the si hole clitss oriiirnsesorIiiiii
In;; In billnry ilrrniirniciil, nn.nl 1.
the Malaria of .HiusiualK- touulrlci.
We arc enabled here to offer the renin mi n
riniedy uhiclr, wliHdit eurw tbertoverw. j .i
nitli cen.unty, is still peiffctly haimlr-i in jj
quantity. Such a remedy Ts hltalnaWc in d.ir ii
where these afliiclinit disorders prei.iL lb,
"Cciib" epels tlie miasmatic jsiivjn of Fmii
jft,I Acil-'R from the system, and promts lht!
vclopmcnt of the disease, if taken on tlie bw ij-pro-ich
of its premonitory syinptniies. It It nM mi-
the best remedy ever ) ct ilisoiircrrd fur ibis rliu
of complaints, but also the elieapct. 'flic hrce
quantity wc supply fur a dollar Inns', it wiihiaA
learh of ei cry body ; and in Inlum-. dis'rirts, nl i ip
VVvek ami Ai.i K pictaiN, every l v honM
S'ave it and use it freely both for cnr ami ptiirc
tion. A (Treat superiority of llasrimli orrr
other cur discovered for the jrrilv ami ctru.i
cure of Intcnn.ttents js that it rniiams im Urn n
or mineral, consequently it priKlJC i" V'i' "" "r
other iiijurioui el'ects whatever npn tic imi.litu
tion. 'those cured hy it arc left as Icallty , 1
tliev iait never had the di-.ea-e.
ever and Anns is not alone t'ie cimsrijiif.-iTf t
the r.ii-inntic poison. A prc.it vanciv 'if iNr
ders arise from its irritation, amonR slii-h tr
A"eiirn'.t, llheumnthm, Gutt. IhmUsUr, l.Li i
llrjv, 'l'oot'uiehe, tonwhe. Catarrh. Aiihti a, I t
mtutian. Painful Affection if the .SirtH. Uplct'
ks, Pain in tht liotnh, Cciie, Panlys jnd !
ramtment of the btovmch, all of wR.fli. whti
orii;inatfii5 in tVa cause, put on the mfrniiij nt
type, or become periodical. 1 Ins " CCI.E" cxr-s
the poison from the Mood, aud cnnseqiient.y tuin
them ait ahi.- It w an lnvaTnablr I rotecnm i
immigrants and persons traiellingorlfi-v"" f
midini; in the malarious district". If taVi-n if-'
n'onallv or diily while excised to tie uice w
that ill be excreted frum the svstem. anirrjiii t
aecunndatr m iirficiiit qnantiiv to riprii n : i -ease,
llener it even more viiual le ft-i pioitt
tion than cure, and fe -r ever s ,Vr &". Ii ur
nut tents lfthev avail tliciustlves of the pioucta-a
flii rented slfonls.
Yronsrod by rt J.CXXZB. & CO , Lowell, Eiw.
FOSHCilLT I0PEK.I HOUSE.
N.'.E. Cor. Kiim-is Atctme and I'lflli St.,
'IMIIS well-known "Topek-i House" i re
I thomuchlT renovated,' ind has been re
opened under the auspices of
E. C. K. OAHVEY,
tvkn niir. lMniiriIiir i In- ftet isapuSicirtl
suiraiitce to the Kaunas J'uMic that 'I t'
Comfoits ard Conveniences of a '5ST
CLASS HOTEL will br forlhccniit. Tlf
Iloomjiiire larse nnd well furiiUliid aidcinr
ntnf. Tli HOUSE is immediatelv in h'6
of the CAPITOL BUILDINGS, on Kc-"
And if more Is required, we might add, ton
HOUSE is the
at the Capitol of our next President,
GENERAL JAMES HENRY 1AHK!
August 26, 18C3.
CELEBRATED PREPABKU "
I T is used by first class families everywhere,
L and highly recommended for nerrotu "a
dyspeptic persons, being very nulrious ana
from all deleterious" substance, in testimony
ol which I have certificates fiom theawt em
minenlPhysTclanFiiiid CbemUlsin IheCoont'J
Try it and yon will be sure to conticse its -
in prefermce to any'olhrr. -. ,
Sold at retail Io Trenty-Five CnU T"
Pound by First class Grocers thronghoat i
United States. " -CT
A liberaldlscount to the Trade.
i , Pnt, up only bv ,
V . - LEWIS .A.OSBOR.V ;
Wholesale Depot, 69 Warren St.. New Yor.
June 16, lgfrl.
THB1SHEB8, AID JCACHIfl
THAVE receded, oa com'"',0"' !??
1 number ofiPraWe Plows, of the best o
serlpUoB, which will be oldcbe.p,fore'.
I have also received the Axtnc ttt
Biek. eelebrstH Reapers, is JlU'Vt.
order any ...IW. off ihe -Hgifc.
enrt.reaonble tera.s.: A?'t
i Mill ana Steak MscbineTrr of ev7
- i, ', " -H
t- - -rrrrri