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2 l'3l?CT' ,-. tha nnblisher mi
.rOI '"" r, .kv.k mifll all (hat 18 0
i.rlll' ! inn1f nr refuse
3 ! -, n.ners from th office lo whir
W 'I -mi. thrfr bill-and- oWef their
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f,flv,u (wponstble. .
TheUoniUh.veao deci-Itf. that
f;ng 'o " - rr.:.. ' ;: i..
',. rfmOTiDC one o rr,..ru " ..
'7' trying the publisher, or leaving
jell"' for. i prima facie eridenca of
T A poiim.'terneglectiDg to inform a
Midier when " PPer ,B nul '"..,"
U ihe office, mskes bimf elf responsible
J ,, price of topscription.
State of Kansas, I sg
puuipba County. J
ff illim E. Storcf, "
Rdard A Boulware, Order or Sale,
idiiii Brenner, and
fl a 1 ssIa Ssaitaul mtf Af
BY virtue oi an nnici-ui . uauu ..... .
the Dirtrfct Court ol the Srcond Judicial
. . ..:.... rittitn atid fur D.iiiinltAli Conn
jbBi for tlie mat of causes arisug under
',', bi "f "'' St" "herein Wll'am E.
Leris plintff. nd Richard A. B mlware tt
I. .reJefrn-fai't'. I will. n the 20ih day of
Virch A. D 1665. between ihe hours of 9
rlock A.' M. at.d 4 o'clock P. M. or mid day.
!,tkCuuit lloufed-or, in Ihe city or Tro ,
,VLtr and S ate nf.ire-aid. offer lor Rile, at
""' . . .1 I :..-.. 1. .11-- r.m I.
!jlt,eruIit,liilenil interest, of the iuid Ri
O...I...P til ail. I f 1 tflM r.ft'llMill' riMl
r'lM A. wui"' -- -- --- n
.uwii: The unrth-west quarter of i-cc-(.net.etu.
'It") town hip !onr, (4) riiij;
;.(:!'. (2' curtaining out Initialed atid
,fi '16J) acrrc: usm an me pruprnj i
IjcLctJ A 3..'.Ii-. aid ofTirid fur ale to
Jiii.l:'iii-iiiii'i cj-h u! '.id aciiiiti.
K it uirlcr m ii.:, in 3 ia n my "i r v
nS, UIK K CltAHH.
sb r.n t !' plisn C in.lv. Kni
Vrt r; -Jl. I-CW. I' V f e. 41.1.
JOHN D. BROWN,
WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS,
CO" t found, st nil rrasoimbli' hours, at
'ix While Cloud K.iu.ias Chief Office,
Brtcime Stamp riqiiiiml on Icsal pDT,
famlcJ io tustumew at cusl. dec. 1-ly.
m m mm.
'I'lIE nnilrfi?.-.ed is flill Aent loi thebaic
I ..I V. fnrinir-L, f.lt'lir-til Afnnr4 Jllld
Pnvf. ai.il r.i:i liiriiii.li M:irliine4 nnon fdioit
t-ue T! e manuracturcr will thisycarhave
nm-hrcl Mower fursile a .Mower cccoud
tinoneiii America and are readv to icceive
altr' fur it, and aUo onlrr for Grain Iteap-(-.
holli liand and silf-rakei;.
Ja.19, ISC4 J. II. UTT.
liffll UHHT SIHEI
AT RUFF.VKJt'.S OLD STAND,
I timer of ihc IVharf & .llain Street,
COOPER & CREICHTON,
'PUIS C3EETING SEND:
1 With lie.-t rrprcu o vtery friend,
An-l tirmet (liaifc j for la or past.
.Vdhnf their kitidne-i Inns '" last.
ttV tat ujj!v them , xt our Moie,
"Villi (IiwJs f,f Jieaper than trelore
Firh Gjiiil, at pnt.es less and less,
re daily lorai: p Uy Express.
"or tirk mi It ii d M always great,
Too toiiwij to enumsTate:
la rt, tliere" Boots, aud Shoes, and 'fat,
Fict CaKco. and Valine: Is,
Htdie, and Shirs, and Crinolines,
Fi f Ljilie'' Glovei, ai.d Dresinc Pins,
RicU LiLeu-t, Cottons, Silks, and Hoods,
AoJtrtry kind of Ladies Goods.
Oorftucr, Belle-attracting clothes,
Aft (juifi; tin? rage amoii the Beaux;
Jit l'e.t fashions ali-st hapes,
an, and Panulooiw, and Capes.
It is ir preit and fond ambition,
To ouMrip every competition.
j-all ti. cnminc well or shelves;
OurGwds will recommend themselves,
njjfwand Gentile ti ennfesse-1,
eftll th cheapest an I the best
W Family Groctries in th- State,
tail ai.d pet bar'iim. D not wait.
Bur frum in now, it you are wise
"'re selling at a sacr lice!
COOPER & CP.EtGHTON.
white Cloui, Kansis, Nov. 17, lSGl-ly.
SIOCK INSURANCE CO..
OfFlrr; Tomer ..f Mnin nnd Dflit
nare. Over Moiii Dnnk.
li- -T ' r"-"i1. a-xl .curl br b ir!
M'w..i.R-,, E.taie. Rik di.-id"eu h.k
OFFlrnRS AMI niKECTORS:
ritsdtl". THOMAS CARNEY.
ft,. D . . Ex G-irrrnor nr KaPFSS.
' rnnient, JAMES I.. SIcDOWELL.
c. Miyor of Leavmworih
fUry, GEOHGE A. MOORE.
Auia f-x Member of ihe Lesrisla'iire.
"uuu Secretary. SA.VL. F. ATWOOD.
Trr,. C"'rt.v1I, fr and Real Estate Agent.
irt,!aMr j c HEMINGRAY.
Ai.i. . Hrininpnij A Cv's Bank,
swtar and Attorney, C. B. PIERCE.
n . Ex State Senator.
O. T. L. PRICE, General Agent.
olrttC'fmpan-T inurM fifs'-c'sss isolated
fdii.- m bn,'dinjrs. private dwcllines.
to'lvoc'r.0"""- Tho ri'k'' nre -1 viJe- i
isiuthnu r: '-he P'P-nling of dwelling.,
the '"itU ,,ar"S' Iw-V' cn,!"- C.;
lvL'7V"'"f c!,ure,1CT- ithWionsf,
e"UD r drta51: Property cich clas being
enCemtbe 0,l":r and cacl' PJ'S "I-
5lWliH,"i'lbe i!"u cilner w',lh p,0
'Mn v r,'r ,,,r,n ,"t txceidin" fie
ioWr&,a0rf lWi2'00! wi" l,e ""sur,-a
fce cn". or that would be exposed to one
This n.... ;..
etii. ,:--",ur wm ray j.oe
taauftS!BB-1. The Pireotn '" '
a'ttit r,h&Ua '" sinetf, at
WtllS' Plan adopted by ihem will
toli i .r'n,panr Permanent n.t ..r. ... :..
iSBT-frft - - -,
I)e Kansas Cljfcf.
SOL. Mil. Lt: It, Kdirr aud Psblitlr.
Titer Dollars' Ye '.;.. jj ('
meut sboatd be made btricrty irrmivaucejoih"
erwie, tlie rate of $3 per year will Heharrtd
.u. ui.ituuu ui mic puuinntr.
' . I 3 mo-1 6 uu. II ear.
1 Square, - -'2
i Column, -Z
"f'Column. - -
For any other length of time, in accordance
with the above rates, which apply only to reg
0u4ineis Cards of5 lines or lew, $5 a year.
For Legal and transient advertisemenu, $1
per square for the first insertion, nnd 50 cents
per square for each subsequent insertion.
Special Tfotftes will be charged 50 per cent,
extra; and editorial advertisements and per
sonal communications double price.
Ten "ines of solid Brevier make one square.
All factions of baff a square- and over, are
counted as a full sqnare.
Advertisements requiring to be certified to,
will be chargrd the cost or certifying, in addi
tion to the regular rates.
Transient advertisements must be paid for
invariably in advance.
ID JOB WORK of all kinds done oh short
notice, as low as the times will admit. AM
Job Work must ba pafd for when taken from
Information Free I
TO NEI.'VOUS SUFFERERS.
A GENTLEMAN, cured of Nervous De
bility, Incompetency, Frrmature Decay,
and Ynulhlul Emir, at tuatrd by a doiie to
bem fit oilier-, will be happy to fiirnieh to all
who nenl it. (fee of cli inre ) the recij and
diiwcii-iK for making the imp'e rem-ilx fed
in Iiis cum1. Suffirr. r. winiiitic: to profit bv tlie
adverti'ri'ii bad expeiiei.ee. and p-is-e-ia a sure
and valuable remedy can do o by addrcs-mg
bim at ouce. at bi p!ace of buines. Ti.e
Recipe and full information of ital impor
tJiict will be clieer.'u.lv feut "-t return mail.
Addn-s . Jfill.N B "or: DEN.
No. G1 Na'.-an Street, Ne- Yoik
T. S X. -V..U-! S'lT-ri-rs of lulli j'.'Xt will
fii.ii :'i - ' i:--iio'i i'iuli.1' If.
i.adic a u (,hTLmcN:
lfyini wi'. to in n n. a'!dna the und-tiKii-e.l,
who will .'end you, ii lie-nt miuiey and with
out juice, vnluahle iiif.irmatiou lh.it will rnib'e
you to inirrv happy and speedily, im.-jpeciive
of age, wealth or beauty. This inf itm.itioli
will cost you noihingi and ifyon wiali to mirry,
Jwill chrerfmlv. a-sist you. All letters stuctly
confidential. The dei-lred inform itiou sent by
return mail, and'no questions Si-kcd. Address
SARAH B LAMBERT.
Gret-npoint, Kings Co., Nctr York.
Consumptive sulFcrera will receive a valuable
prescription for the cure of Consumption, Alh
ma. Branchitia, and all Throat and L:uignllcc
Iipii", (fr.-e of charge.) by sendin; their addres
to Riv. EDWARD A. WIION.
Wil!iamburg, Rings Co , Xew York,
Euitok cr Cinrr:
Dkar Sir: With your p Tmiasion, T wij'i to
say to ihe renders of jour paper that I will send
by return mail, to all whu wUh it, (free.) a
R.cipe, with full direction for making and
using a simple Vegetable Balm, til it will eft"" ct
ually rem ite, in ten days, Pimples, Blotches,
Tan, Freckles, and all impurities of the rkiu,
leaving the tame soit, clear, smooth and beau
tiful. I will aho miil free to those having Bald
Head, or Bare Faces, simple direction! and in
formation that will enable them to start a full
growth of Luxuriant Hair, Whiskers, or a
Moustache, in less than thirty days.
All applications answered by return mail,
THOS. F. CHAPMAN, Chemist,
631 Broadway, New York.
A Card to tho Suffering.
SWALLOW two or three hogsheads of "Bu
cbu," Tonic Bitten"," "Sars.ip.iri l.i,"
''Ncrvou.-t Antidotes." Sic, ic, ic, and after
you are sa infied with tlie result, tln'n trv one
box ofOI.D DOCTOR BUCHAN'S ENGLISH
SPECIFIC PILLS and be restored to health
and vigor in less than thirty days. They are
pjrely vegetable, pleasant to take, prompt and
salutary ill their efficts on the broken down and
shattered constitution. Old and young can
take them with advantage. Imported aud sold
in the United Stiles onlv hv
J AS. S.BUTLER.
No. 427 Hroadwav. New York,
33Agent bir the United Slates.
P. S. A Bt ol the Pill, si curely packed.
will be mailed to nv auilres on teceipt ol
price, which is ONE DOLLAR, o?t paid
money relm-ded by the Aj;eiit U ei tire satis
faction is not given. Sept. 21-3m.
SIDNbiY TENNENT. CYRUS C. CAJIP
ft TTCBXEVS AT ilW
TROY. DONTPrTAN CO. KANSAS.
No. O Iinei Street,
j)P m& (BWrfgi
S? jMamvUUotur and fUrniaOi
MACHINE AND HAND
HETAL AND WOOD TYPE,
Infers, Eilti, Cuts, Cbiri, Stick. Calltp,
txs ix raw KVxsrrMao Tgat isxcmsaT
a a cotnana nxsnsa cmJ.
am anas, e "o00 caartT.
Colored aad Ninllla P3per,
clal, racket, surf ItUle r !
1TMU aad Coloreix, all sosUtlcs. ,-
HAND aTAMPS, t
frf 1M AM SEAIi raS88EB. to
m .r watch wm ;
Hl B HMv'eESS csa. Km
GROVESTEEN & CO.,
40 BroadTtray, 3NT-cc "SToxrls..
THE attention or (he public and the trade is inviied to our New Scale Seven Octave Roe
wood Piano-Fortes, v hich for volume unci nuritr of tflne. are unrivalled bv anr hilhsrtn
offered in Ibis market. Th-y contain all the
harp, pedal, iron frame, over strunc bars. etc..
aonal supervision of Mr. J. II. Grovetcen, who
jeara m meir manuiacture. is lullv warranteu in
The "crovesteen piano-forte"
Beeeired the Highest Award of Merit over all others at tlie Celebrated "World's Fair!
where were exhibited instruments Trum the best
phia, Biltimure, BjHtnn, and New York; and alo at the American Institute for five successive
years, the gold and silver medals fiom both of which can be seen at our ware-rooms.
By ihe introduction of impioverm-ms we make a still more perfect Piauo Foite, and by man
ufacturing largely, with a rtrictly cash system, arc enabled to offer these instruments at a price
wunii win preciuue an competition.
No 1, Seven Octave, round corners. Rosewood P'ain C.ie, $275. .
No. 2, Seven Oel.vie. round comers, Ito.-ewood Heavy Moulding, J300.
No. 3, Seven Octave, round corneis. Rosewood Louis XIV. style. $325, a fac simile of the
TERMS Net Cash, Current Funds. Descriptive Circulars sent free.
Fcbruiry 23. 186o-ly.
FURMTuas a mm
muiti: -i.ori, Ivansas,
NfES to lie tipple of N.inlii'in
Sottl cn N l.i.i-k i ami N nh
Wi-iejii .Mi-m.ii.i. t' .it l.ir- .ilai m.ieior
"itl in i.jeiali
eiaii'.n. with j.reati-r lap 'itie than the uinl nl rauir arising under the Ijwh i(
ail in in td ol Cl-aiifor Furniture or.sanl Siate. ilted Fcjrmry Is', A. D. 1PG3.
ttn kinU, air nuiieil to call nt bis
nnd tian.ine hi pti.ik, as he fed coi fident
that lhi!Y will be siified nilli the quality,
!llcs and pnerK ol In inaiiulaciur?g. He
kups on hainr, or roaiiiilactuies lo order,
of all kinds, such
Itooiii, Arm nti
"?5S3 You can be Mipplicd with
BEDSTEADS OF ALL KINiw.
LOI'NGE-. CLOTHES Pit ESSES,
ItnniC TA'-KS. SllllW CAfcES.
CKADlE-j .V ClUnS. Ere.
COFFINS, plain or trimmed, will be made
upon the sliurlrrt nollCe, at reaonab'e price;
ahd atteiida.ice givc.i al fil'iera!, when desired.
TURNING of ill deerip-i"ii dime to order.
hite Cloud. Nov. 2 1. 1664-1 y.
Si! $0s5O.(H)O $1!
Watches, Chains, Rings, &c.
G. S. HASKINS St, CO.,
26 Ilerkroun Street, New York,
orritR Tiir. roi.iow.se i.iicdrJiKNTi to
Bayers of Valuable Jewelry.
HAVING been for a long time engtged in
ihe Packet buinejs. and cstabli-hud our
rrputition for promptnes and reliability, and
nosesini crcat lacilitie 1 ir selling jweirt
in tilt way, we arc confident that we can give
satisfaction to all who feci disposed to patron
SO,000 worlh of WATCHES, DIA
MOND PINS. CnAfNS. Ac. to be tnld for
ONE DOILAR r.ACH. without regnnl to
value, and nut to he paid lor until you know
what you aie to receive.
Jut Look at thi! Followins Iiit oT
Articles to lie Sold for One Dollar Fach!
175 Watches, (hindwrnely tngrar
rd.aud wirranted perfect time
keepers,) varying in piicc from
$20 Oil in 120 00 each.
225 Lidics' Watches, solid Gold
Hunting Cnses, C3 00 '
25j Geui'iuiui's Silicr W.i'rhos.
15 00 to 25 00
G.000 Litet S'.vle Vest and Nsck
Ci.in. ' 4.Ot.i30 0T "
5 510 Gent's CaliuniiU Diimond
Ti. 8. 2 51 lo 25 00 "
4.033 Call fon.I i Diamo-.dEir f...
2 03 ii. 15 03
3 000 Miniature and Enuellitl
tl. vr.lv.iii; P.i.. 5 DO I.. 25 00 '
2,000 Cilif-niia Diamend mid Ku
amrlldl Gei.lV Siirl-Pin. nr
divle. 5 01 to 15 HO "
2 000 Masonic an I Emblem Pm
3 03 to 10 00 "
2,5ft0t!iild Ilat.d Bracclcld, ".rar
i 1 and plain. 3 00 lo 20 03
3.000 Jet and Mosaic Brooch.
I - 3 03 m 70 00 "
2,000 Cameo Brooches, lirb n t
j tern, ten ta-ly. 3 00 to CD 00 "
A 500 PI. trmitic and Lava Pin, ihe
'v.! article, 4 00 to 10 00
3 500 Iiva and Florentine Ear
Pops. 3 00 io 10 00
.1.000 Coral Eir-Drop, 4 00 to 6 03 "
2 003 Ltdie.' Chatelaine Clnin.
'jet and Gold. 15 00 io 23 00 "
6 000 Geit'a Pins, a splcr-dnl a-
,.rtracnt, 2 00 to 15 00 "
4,000 Solitaire Slrevc-Bafcm. en
tir.lv new stviis. 2 0ft to 5 03 "
3.000 Stud and Sleeve Butt.ui. in
ru, vcrv rich. 3 00 lo 15 00
K nnil l,t nuttcna.nlaiii.riium-
'ellrdandcncraved. 2 0.1 to 8 00 "
10 000 i liiu aud handsome! enua
veilKinK. 2 51 to 10 00
8.003 Sptii C Locket', doubV case.
I tichly eiiZraved. 2 00 t. 15 00
15,000 et Itdies Jtwcltv. i.rw
I and Uti-ti!es, C 00 in 13 03 "
2 000 Gold Tens, and hindom." Sil
I verCasVs. 5 03 to 10 OP "
Thi rntite lit of beami'ul and va'nahV
coml will be sold Tor O.ie Doiuta Ech.
Certificates of all the abe article will be
placed in enveloses. and sealed. Thi envel
ope arc snt ut mail, ns ordered, without ir
card to choiic." On the receipt of the Certio
rate, vou will see wh't voo are to have, and
then it is at ym.r option to scad one dollar and
take the article, nt cot.
Five Certificate can be opWed ror St; ele
Ten for $2; thirty fire for $5; sixty-fire for
$10; and one hnndted for $15. Wsml send
a sinEle Certificate on the receipt of 25 cents.
n o U1CL-IN4 k m
r. L HASKINS & CO..
a. Winder. Vinir-Uiil- twenty (JJJ cinia.l.ing .0 and is-IWI acre,;
ni, Parlor, liining- '" "" "" """' "" 7?' "" "'"IT u,u-
' . . " I wo.r nii.irtp if fia-oftiirt thiifff i.ir. f-tlsl lown.
d Knclaiig Chmr.1, Set- .V' :, " " "-',., ' :
lship one. (1) nnge iiincteen (J) eist.com-
IS Bewkaan Street, N- Y.
modern improvements, French, grand action,
and each instrument beinir maoe under the ner.
has had a rrac.ical experience of oer thirty
makers of London. Paris. Germanv. Philadel.
State oi Kmas, g
Duniplun County, j
J. M. Man-urn, I
J. F M tieum. Execution.
J E Man-urn. J
TJY irtue of an i-xecutioii i.'sued out of the
' Disiriit rmirt ol ihe Stcoiid Judicial Di
iriet. Kitting within and fjr s.iid CnUiHV. for
a whiu-in W. 1) Dieler i Co. artt plaiiit.IT. and
J. M. Aiurctiiii 'I al. are uric danl. I will, on
th lCih day iifM.iich, I). I65. ctwe:i
the bourn oi 9 o'clotk A. Al. and 4 o'clock P.
M.of sai.l day. at theCiurl Hou-r door, ill Ihe
city of Troy, Doniphan County, Kansas, olTer
for sale, at pmi'ic auction, to toe highest bid
der, tor ci-li. all ilie right, title and interest of
the said J. Al. Mnciim ft al. in and to the fol
lowing descriucd ic.il estate, to nit: Tlie north
half of the "urUi-wcst fractional quarter of ec
tiou ci'liieen, (IS. tuwu-hip two, (2) range
mcnciug ac a stone tive chain pouth ol the
middle df the northern boundary line of said
quirlrr section: tlience east iwcltecuain'iiuil
o4 10J links, more or le, to the uiiililieoniie
ro.id luiiiiiug hiiiiIi Irom Iowa Poiul; thence,
soulh in llii middle of said road, to wiiliiti
fifteen rod and seven lj.ks ( ihe fumh
cm bouiiuary line ( raid quarter section;
thence wt-t tinny oi.e rod at.d eleven litik;
thence south filteen rods and seten link-;
thence nest f. rty nuls; tlience north eight
mild; iiienee eat forty lods; tl.cnce limtli to
the place of leg lining, containing tilty ieii
(57) acres, ue.ie or less, with all the appmteii
ances thereuntil belonging; also, Lob ulcrtn,
(II) twelve. (12) and thirteen, (13) in Block
six, (b) in the toon ol Iowa foint. taken
ajid orteK-d for sale to satisfy said judgments
and costs of said action.
Giviu under my baud, this Cth div of Feb
ruary. A. D. 1EC5. E. G. CRABB,
Hicriir Doniphan Coin ty, Katies.
February 9. 18G5-5ar. Pr' fee. $17.
MODEL SEWING MACHINE!
THE CHhAPEST IN THE WORLD !
BECAUSE THE BEST !
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
THE WEED SEWING MACHINE COMPANY,
500 Brondvrny, N. Y.
Manufacture the most perfect Machine for
Sewing, of all kinds, ever presented to the
American public, and chnllcngj comparison
with any Sewing Machine made in the United
THE WEED MACHINE, with all their
valuable improvements, entirely overcome all
imperfections. They are
SUPERIOR TO ALL OTHERS,
Family anil Manufacturing Purposes.
Simple in construction. durable in all their part',
and rtidxUj undtrttnod. They have certainty
of stitch mi all kindorrabrick.and areadap'
ed to a wide r.irge nf worx without change or
Hiljnstmert. Uing all kind of Thread. Will
firm. Frf.', flino. Gather, Braid, Tact, Quilt.
Cord, and in tact ! all kinds of woik required
by FainiMe or Maiinficturers. '1 hey make
ill" lutethtk Shuttle Sick, which cannot be ex
eeUi l fur bru.iKbS, elasticity, an I elegance ot
lliry have lfcccivcil the Highest Premium j!
in every Instance, where they have been ex
hibited 'in c -in ji-titnin with other stuidard
Maci.ine. W invite all person in lo-arch ol
an iustrunii hi m execute ai.r kind or S win::
done by M trhiiierr. m lnptit ih m, and male
tare thru trrurt tlie b'St, bv pioin the Wrrd
bef-re p:irehaing. The CompanT being dult
license , the Machined are protected against
ilifrinyemeiitii or litigation.
IT PERSONS AT A DISTANCE can or
der hv nnil with perfect c-.i.fiJence tl.at the
Marhine will reach them safely, and that they
will be able to manage it to their entire stiia-
lactioii, with no other aid than the printed In-stnictioii-accomrjaniiiigcath
explauatii n will be cheerfully given to all,
whether thev wish lo pmcliase or ii'it, Discrip-
tive Circulars, together with Specimens of
Work, will be furni-hedtoall who desite them,
bv mail or ntherwi-c.
"Hj- RELIABLE AGENTS WANTED, in
all loca'ilie in the United State, Canidas,
Hriti-h Provinces, Cuba, Mexico, Central and
Smih Ami-rica, Wert India Islands and the
rt.ih.ima l-I.uid-,to whom we oirer great induce
ments. Energetic men will find it a paying
bu-ines., a reliable Sewing Machine' hare be
come a nece si'y in every lanulv. We mmn
tacture a reat variety of vtyle. from which
e giro a few prtc.-: N". 2, Family. $50:
No 2. Extra. $60, No. 2, Half Cise. 4j5 and
i75 No. 3 4.4. Maimfaciurinir. $75 and $?5.
WELD SEWING MACHINE CO.,
516 Broadway, N. Y.
(Box 2,041 Post Office.)
June 16. 1E64.
INAL, UK1NAKY AND SEXUAL
S Ys t EHs new and reliable treatment hi
Fenorta of the HOWARD ASSOCIATION
-ent by mail in sealed letter envelopes, free o!
-tarse. Address, Dr.J. SKILL1N HOUGH
TON". Howard AaaodstioB.No.2. South Niulh
t, TtrlaaelyeW. n. WWIWI .
ARE YOU IN AGOSY1
A WHlTi-SPlim'G Of H0EE
CAN BE FOUND IN.
Hollo way's Pills.
Be or Rood Cheer I The Sinking Bar
be Saved !
BY THE USE OP
Hollo way's Ointment.
Tlie history of these great Remedies is the
most wonderrul medical revelation that the
world has ever known. It establishes the all
important fact that wheietm. and 'in what
ever siurt internal disease exists, the disin
fecting, searching and healing properties of the
Pills are fully equal to its subjection aud cure,
and tint, with the Ointment, tbey are
The Great Ambassadors of Health to all
This is cot a history written by one man; or
even derived from the experiences ol one na
tion. It consists of a compilation of testimo
nials from the sick of every country an unim
peachable record, the 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 necessities of the suffering portion of
humanity, and one entirely free from mineral
and other deleterious partie'es, was severely
felt till this all powerful medicine was uhered
into the wor'd; Hollowat's Iktsloasuc Pills
have become the hocsehold keheot of all na
tions. Their attribute is 1 1 ratrrvr as well ai
to cure; the-attick thn moixna root of the
complaint, and thus, by removing the hidden
caunc ofdi;eae, re-invig irate and restore the
drooping energies of the system, assisting na
tore in her task of vital and ru.-tCTio.iAar at
roaxATiCM. Disorders of the Stomach
Are tin sourer of the deadlier miladies.
Their effect is to vitiate all the fluids of the
body, and to cn 1 a prisoned stream through
all the channels of circulation. Now, what i
ihe operation of the PilM They cleanse the
bowels, regulate Ihs liver, bring the iclaxcd or
irritated stomach into a n itural condition, and.
actins thniiih the secretive organ eras the
blood itselt, change the state of the system
from sickness to t..iltli, by exercising -a simul
taneous and wholesome ifled upon all its parts
and fundi ns.
Woman, in all her Difficulties.
Is invited to test the rcsul iting and restora
tive powers of this harmle hut effective pre
paration. At the two epochs of life iu which
the female system undergoes the nio-t impor
tant and critical changes, the Pills will prove a
po-ithe safeguard asainst evil consequence.
They nre also confidently recommended as a
specific in every disorder to which females are
Be it Underslood,
That the above statements can at all time.
be verified by the written testimony (extending
through aquirterof acntiiry) of tens of thou
sands of unimpe lettable witnesses.
Bilious Maladies, -&c, &c.
In whatuver form disease atucks the liver,
it is repelled an I exterminated by this search
ing, painless, and irresistible curative. Biliou
remittents, bilious puiging, 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 of the eyes, weakness and
debility, &c.t are relieved and removed by the
remedy, with a celerity which astonishes the
Sufferers and their friends. Let the sick, whom
the facultr 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. Diarrhoea, constipation, head
ache; physical prostration, nervous tremors,
hot flushes, spisms, affections of the kidneys,
hemorrhoids or piles, and,. in fact, all internal
complaints, from whatever cause ariring, give
way before the salutary influence of this extra
ordinary remedr. As a specific for dyspepsia,
and the disorder connected with it. or grow
ingnut of it: the Pills are always to be relied
on. when everr other meiicinc and mode of
treatment has utterly failed.
Hollawsy's Pills are the bsst Etmedy known
in the World for tits following Dittaie :
Rnwel Complaints, Indisrcstion,
Colds, Itiflammati' n,
Chest Diseases, Inwaid Weakness,
Coiivpnes, Liver Complaints.
Dysppia, Lowness of Spirits,
Dropsy, Stone and Gravel,
Debility, Secondary Symptoms,
Fever and Ague, Venereal Affections,
Female Complaints, Worms of all kinds.
If the reader of tnis "notice" cannot get a
box of Pills or Ointment from Ihodruz store iu
his place, let him write to me, enclosing the
amount, and I will mail a box free ofexpene.
Many dealers will not keep my medicines on
hand. because ihey cannot mike as much pro
fit as on other persons' make.
None are genuine utile- thq words " Holla
ttay, iVrir Fori and fandoK," are discernible
a a UVsfer.Mirjc in every leaf of the book ot
diiections around each box; tha same may be
plainly seen by holdimg Ike leafla the ligll. A
handsome reward will be given to any one ren
dt ring such icfoimation as may lead to the
drtection of any party or parties counterfeiting
the medicines or Tending" the same, knowing
them to be spurious.
,SoId at the manufactory of Professor
HOLLOW AY, 60 Maiden Lane, New York,
and by all respectable Druggists and Dealers
in Medicine throughout the United States and
the civilized world, in boxes, at 35 cents, 83
cents, and $1.40 each.
87 There UcoBcidtrable sating by taking
WESTS IMPROVED POMP.
AHTI-FREEZTNO, DOUBLE ACTINO,
FORCING ADD LLFilSO.
THESE pumps hare now been in general
use a nu-nber of years, and give better
satisfaction than any other, and are recom
I'M hi BESTl
bv Capt. Erricson, and other eminent Eogineers.
We caw refer to thousauds using them, and
cuaraniee that all will recommend them.
Tbey are more simple in construction, and
work easier, and cost less than all others.
"Our readers will find the dootXe-acting im
proved Pump of J. D. West & Co., one of the
best in the market. It i very simple, works to
a charm, so that any child may ue it throws
a steady, continuous stream wad does not
freexe in the coldest exposures, and is unusually
chea. We sty this knowingly, and sire the
testimony of our own accord, without the
knowledge or request of the proprietors'
aV. Y. Eve. Ft, Julg lit, 1S63.
This may certify that I harp been usisg.-at
my manufactory, for the last fonr years.
'West's Improved Pumps." I bow bare in
use three or mini pumns, one or which is kept
constantly at work, 24 hours each day, (save
Sundays) and has been running for the past
two years. I pronounce llicm, unhesitatingly.
the best pumps that have been brought to my
notice, having used many others previously.
They are fimpli in their construction, and cot
easily disarranged. James A. Wex.
S. Y., Oct. 10, 1853.
J. D. West 4 Co.:
We are pleased to state that the Pumps we
had of you, about a yar ago. have been In
constant use, 12 hours each day, and raise for
the use of our Woolen Factory, about 130
gallons per minute. They work with but little
power, compared with pumps wo 1 are used
before, and do not get out of repair, and are
satisfactory in all respects. Yours. Ac,
Dcttsr Manusactcxi.no Commit.
Solon Robinson to the Farmer's Club, Jan. 23: ,
"No farmer who owns a well or cistern can
possibly afTord to be without an iron pump. It
should be at once a suction and force pump a
perfect little fiie engine such a one known as
West's Improved Pump.' I speak of this
pump because I happen to know it ... to be
very simple, durable, powerful and cheap, and
it don't freeze op, nor get out of vrder once a
year ... I know this, aud think I may be doing
the farmers good by speaking of it. ... A boy
10 j ears old can work it, and throw a continu
ous inch-and-a-quartpr stream. ... It can be
made to work iu deep wells as well as in shal
From the New York Observer.
We have had in use fur months past enc of
West's Pumps, which has circii us more sat
isfaction as a f-irce md lifting pump than any
we have ever used. It ! one of great power,
and well adapted for ship's deck, mine. , fac
torie, green house., era peri cs, Ac, Ac. The
Mining Chronicle and Railway Journal says:
It is recommended for it, extreme simplicitv
of construction, groat strength, and conse
quent durability and cheapness or repair.
l Here is no r tuning imx toe pressure neing
held by a cup packing, like that upon the
working piston, winking in u cylinder, fitted
fur the nurpise within iheuppirairchanbcr
which we think a great improvement, as shilling
is so liable to be deranged, and leak under
strong ptcure, to say nothing of ihe los by
I'lictiiui incident iliettto. It has also two air
chambers: ihus the action of the valve i
cu-hiotied upon boih -iiles by air pr, ve iling
watcr.haiuii.eriiiid vaciim iliiimp. 1 he valve
aie very accisibV. and simply and cheaply
repaired. 'Ihey woik much iaier than jiny
pump we have ever seen; Ihe 4 inch cvlindcr
being voik:il by clnldieli ill wells 100 feet
dee: and as they an- extremely cheap a well
a siuiplcaiid st.oiig, we IKcly tecummeiid
Gt. Neck. I, I., 18G0.
I hire used thi rump lor one summer and
nintc-, exposed to tliJVunli estwiiidcomuii
over Lous Isliind Sound, beinir the coldtst
possible expo-uie, and at no lime did It Ireeze.
nor were we unable at any tiim to pump water
with great ease. II. B. McIlvai.i.
She undersigned, having to uo "West's Im
proved Pumps," cheerfully recommend them
as simple, durable and poHerful in raising nnd
throwing water, ?nd for their ea;c of action,
security against fro-t, and low price, we believe
tliein superior to all others'.
Wahskn Lei.ano. MetHotel, New-York.
J W PoMESor. Yonkers, N. Y.
J.no. Messereau, N. Y.
Dominick Lawrlnci., Westchester.
Cambridge Mime, N. C. June 15, 1863.
J. D West A Co.:
Gents The pump which I ordered for our
Mine is received ana put to woik in our un
derlay shaft, which wc are sinking. We fit d
that one min will with ease lilt 50 gallons per
minute. We lifted in three and a half hours
all the water in the shaft, which measures seven
by twelve feet nbd 30 feet deep, and it was
full when we commenced. It answers our ex
pectations in every respect, and our workmen
are highly pleased with it. It will do great
service with but trilling expense fur repaiis.
We have plenty more such certificates, but
think these are enough. For Pumps, Hose,
ripe, sc, suitress or call upon
J. D. WEST A CO.,
179 Broadway, N. Y.
rpHE Undersigned, having purchased the
L right of
A. Ingalls' Broadcast Seed-Sower,
arc manufacturing a large number of them,
and would recommend them to Farmers
They w'll sow all kiuds of grain, In all kinds
All Machines we make are of good, season
ed timber, and warranted to give satisfaction.
N. W. RYERSON.
White Cloud, December 22. 1604.
NEW YORK & PHILADELPHIA
Ornamental Iron Works.
HHE subscribers having formed a connec--L
timi with Messrs. Wood A I'EROT.of Phil
adelphia, under the above title, are prepared
to luii.ish evcrv drscriotlon of
O&BAMENrAL IE05 WORK,
Cast, Wrought and Wire Mailings,
CEMETERY LOIS. DWELLINGS.
PUBLIC SQUARES, Ac.
Verandahs, Circular & Straight Stair.;,
noons, vi.i)of c.jakds,
Stable Fii'.tms, FoflaUlti, Vat'.t, fce.
Also, having purchased or the late fi-
Hutchin-uii 4: Y ickeisiiatn, Canal Slrec, iicjr
entire stock (if
BtLteTEAl-'S, CiIADI.ES, FDlf.WrUKE, &c.
they now tiller to the publi.tfi at their jftm
THE MOST EXTENSIVE STOCK OF
OR.A3tE'M,r.i. IRO.'V GOOIMw
Vt be found in the United States. Thev have
aim tutcli.ted of ihe NEW YORK 'WIRE
RAILING CO., the patent right and machine
ry for niakiijg
Wire li'pjlin?. Farm Fence. Window Guilds,
CRATING, COAL SCKEENS, fce.,
and will continue ihe Exclusive Manufacture
of the tame at their U'oi ks.
CHASE t CO..
(Offotite St. aYtdUa Hotel.)
524 Broadway, New York.
Order may be tent through the American
Auvertisiro Asuct, 3e9 Broadway, New
Turk. , tistftveVlSSf.
THE FABMEB'S HOME JEWEL!
A Git AND INVENTION.
IT WEAVES DOESKIN".
IT WEAVES JEANS.
IT WEAVES LINSEY.
IT WEAVES KERSEY. .
IT WEAVES PLAIN CLOTH.
IT WEAVES CARPETS.
IT WEAVES SEAMLESS SACKS.
IT WEAVES COTTON.
IT WEAVES WOOL.
IT WEAVES FLAT,
IT WEAVES HEMP.
frank tt. tract, n. crahax. t. nowima,
FRANK M. TRACY & CO.,
HAVING PURCHASED OF THE PAT
entee the Patent Right for the State of
Kansas, these new Looms will be forsate in
erery County in Kansas. Every Farmer ca
have a perfect Loom in h own house for
THIRTY-PIVE DOLLARS r
This Loom is intended to-take the place of the
common Hand Loom. It Tread theTreadlet,
throws the Shuttle. I.UnfriJ, W-l. .n.i,.L..
up ihe Cloth, the wearinc being all done by
working the Lathe. The Weh feissized, Spool
ed, Warped, Beamed and Drawn in the usual
manner, enabling the wearer to mse the Loom
with but little instruction. And as they are
CHEAP AND SUBSTANTIAL,
and not liable to get out oforeler, and will
weave three timesas fast as the common Loom,
they exactly fill a large and increasing demand
anions Tamers, for some pv hpilthv .ml
sneedy way of converting their own produa-
WOOL AND FLAX INTO CLOTHING",
which thev find itto thfir intnt rmln nn .-
count of the hi?h nrien of ifi m,n.r..i.uj
article. From these tacts we are enabled to
offer to the Farmers and Mechanics or Kansas,
a business, both profitable to tiicmelves acd
ofgeneral and lasting benefit to the communl
ty, relieving it to a great extent of thecontio
ual dram on its cash resources. The Ohio
Sute Board of Agriculture. 1861, awarded the
iirst nremium. a Dinlnm. n.i :, . .-, .v-
first Premium by the Sute Board of Acricul.
tllr. nfl.'i,li,A. 1- ICM &.
A SILVER MEDAL
was awarded it at the last New York Stale
rair. uau ana see a lull sized and rigged
LonraincomDleteoneratinn. n,,!... r i...
solicited from the
MERCHANTS AND BUSINESS MEN
ol Kansas. Farmers and others can be supplied
atanr time hv the Mannfacturrr. AIII.ii.m
of inquiry containing a stamp for return postage
-'' "c ptumpuj answerea.
'Xj Circular runt-iininc (nil .fefnlMn m
.. uf. ... u,.-v.jiiivU W.
ihe Loom, with the most simple directions foi
using it, will be sent on appl cation j
Auuress, r kaimjv ai. TKACY A CO.,
June 9, 1S64 ly.
PUTNAM CLOTHES WRINGER.
IT IS THE ON'I.V HF.r TAT1TP
io 11 om Ivor to ritrr or Split.
A'o Thumb Scrrtct to get out of Order.
Warranted With or Without Cos-Wheels.
XT took the FIRST PREMIUM at Fifty.
Seven State and County Fair in le63, and
is, leilhout an exception, the best Wringer ever
Patented In the United States England,
Canada, and Australia. A"fritd Ka.tmt ;
trv town, and in all parts oflhe world.
u irrireuc agents can make rrotn 3 to 10
Djllar per day.
SiniL-le Wringer sent Kinross. n..l,l r.n ..
ceirt of price.
Ko. S. SO 50. No. 1, $7.50. No. F. $8.50.
No. A. $0 50.
Manufactured and told, wholesale and re
THE'PUTNAM MANUFACTURING CO:,
No. 13 Putt Street, New Yors,
and Ber ninz'uit, Vt.
S. C. NORTHROP. Agent.
WHAT EVERYBODY KNOWS, rit:
Th it Irvn well galvanized teiW not rutt;
That a limph machine is better than a compli-
That a Wringer should be let adjusting, dut.
bl', and 'jfieiei.tj
That Thumb crrlr and Fattening! cause a.
lay ana irouoie to regulate aud keep in
That wood soiketl In hot water triW sM,
ihrink and iphl;
That wood bearings for the shift to run in uitt
That ihe Putnam Wringer, with or without
cng-wheels, will not tear the elathei;
That cog wheel regulators are not essential;
That the Putnam Wringer has all the adran-
uigcs, anu mi one ot IDC disadvantages,
That all who hare teted it, pronounce it the:
best Wrinrrpr km- mil.
That it will wring a Thread or a Bed-Quilt
We miuht fill thi naner will, laaiiMMi.t.
but itiBert only a few to convince the skeptical!
u such mere ue; anu we say to all, tett Put
nam' Wringer. Test it THOROUGHLY with
ANY and ALL others, aud if Lot eutiiely sat
isfactory, return it.
Putnam Manufacturing Co.:
Ge-ttlemex: I know, from practical ex,-.
perience, that iron well galvanized with xiDe:
will not oxidize or rust one particle. The Ptt
nam Wringer Is as near perfect as posible.,and'
I can cheerfully recommend it to be the kest
in use. Kespectfullr yours,
JNO. W. WHEELER
Many years' experience in the ealwaaixiBit
business, enable me to Indorse lljeaborestate
meut in nil particular.
JNO. C. LEFFERTS.
, , .00 Beekman St.
New York, January, 1864.
We hare tested Putnr.m's Clothe Wrfnger
by practical working. a-..d know that it will Jo.
It is cheap; it is simple; it requires no room,
whether at work ora.tnt; a child can operato
it; it docs its duty thorouxhlr; it saves time,
and it saves wear and tear. We earnestly ad
vise all who hare mtiea washing to do, with all
i telllgent persons who have any, to buy this.'
Wringer. It will par for itself in a year at
most. Ho. HORACE GREELEY.
Sept. 8. 1SG4.
mwm m eTau
Mnln Street, White Clo.d, Kansasy
V, Slw:,T" r-a h SADDLES, BRT-
1)1. PS tVaiDS OIVPIS..J nnnnln
"jRNEsS. ail ererytbiiig usually found io
ciiEir ron c.sn.
Burgirs and Carriages trimmed to order.
Repairing eione neatly, ou the ahortett'no
lire. Call before purchasing elsrwhrie. as I eaa
sell as rt.uiplv a anv store west of St. Louis.
White Cloud, Sept. 8. 1SG4-Iy.
Leonard Smith, Proprietor.
'"HIS Hotel Is pVa-antly situated, curve-1-
nieiit in ihe Ccurt lli.u-e and the bbsinest
p.rt ol town. Guests will .tctitc tie very
CTA large ata'"le in connection with thai
Imuse, lor the accumdation of hbrsci.
January 7. l6G4-if.
TbeCnEArESTJKWEl.Ky HOUSE in thcWorid
418 Pima op Assorted Jewelst roa $50.
A COMPLETE List of Fine Gold. Plated .
and Oride Jewelry, sent free. Addirat
J. A . 8 ALiSBU R Y, iitsr,
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