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.W.Rubdfck1 -Blood l-iina get
l. t...i n.n nerforming their regular
lilt BaavaMia ""o - a
theffaiiy use c'f Roback's Stomach Bitten.
Sold by -' Hf ft
TH03. C. SHREVE, Druggist,
Ageati White Cloud
.fcA U iJA
There if, probably, no one disease with
which mankind are afflieUdP -which if the
'onrce of to many aliments as Dyspepsia, and
there U no more certain core than EobacVa
THOS.'C. SHREVE Druggist, Agent.
1 .MA.W.IIF FACT.US5
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"That not a single instance ,ha come Jo.tbe,
-Vaowledge ef he proprietors, of the' fail are cTj
"Roback's Medicines to give entire satisfaction
.. ka he.handreds of thousands of cases in which
they hare been used; this is worthy of. remark,
-ana unatniaoie "ejiaence oi uetr tstrtsMc
'merit. Solj.'bjf &$ ' aeC t 3
THOS. C. SHREVE, Druggist,
am -T k. a. rt"
la the praise in the mouths of everybody, in
faror of RobacVs Stomach Bitters, Rlood PiHs
and Blood Purifier.
THOS.C.SHRKVE, Druggist, Agout.
IS !T RIGHT
Tirat yoii should bid defiance to all natural
laws and the science ol medic.il nten, and uf
fer with Dyspepsia or Indigestion, when Ro
ttack's 8tomach Ditteii cau be procured at any
drug store! Sold by
a) ,.THOS. C. SHREVE, Druggist.
THEY WILL CURE YOU
10T Scrofula, Erysipelas, Sick or Nervous Head
ache, Biliousness, Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia
or Indigestion, Consumption, Pain in the Rack
or lViins, Oout, Pleurisy, Leuchorrhoea or
Whites, Eruptions, and ail diseases arising
from a disordered slate of the stomach, Ro
back's Blood Pills, Stomach JJitter and Blood
THOS. C. SHREVE, Druggist, Agent.
'AS A PREVENTIVE
Against Malaria, Fever and Ague, and all dis
eases arising from a torpid state' of the liver,
there is no medicine so highly recommended.
J Robick's Stomach Bitters.
THOS. 0. SHREVE, Druggist.
To know that a reliable .remedy is within the
teach of everybody, for the radical cure of
Dyspepsia or Indigestion. Such a remedy is
Jtoback's Stomach Bitters. Soldvby all Drug
gists. "--. v -v l .
THOS. OSHREVE, Druggist, AgenUr
j , .. . r -.
Should keep constantly within their reach,
those invaluable remedies to successfully com
bat disease, Roback's Blood Pills, Roback's
Stomach Bitters, ami Roback's Blood Purifier;
they are infallible in the diseases for which
'Sold by -
C SHREVE, JOrnggWt.
Can aEbrd tobe without scn.jaluible.ipcdi
ices aa Roback's Blood Pills, Stomach -Biti
' THOS. X5. SHREVVDrujgisVgent
'There is, perhaps, no one
. Iu v
thine that has
sjMeti to promote the cauef temper j
as thaV gentle'stlrnulatlng tonc;Roback's
Sumach Bluer; they strengthen and inrigoj
nttis, auihout'prodBcih'g the'lIT erects orilco
4oKc stisanlanU. ., i
h ,"" -" CHAH.
'iWUf li Spring months, it oct? of the
rigifar hnwrhftH duties' to renovate, sad, Jn
tkt) isWplieity ofother duties, one's own self
is, in s freat measure, overlooked;(tbousands
oiralwaWeii res might be prolonged, and many
dosjsjttsji eared from premature graves', by1
tiorgklj reaoratinc the system .with Dr.
KekMk's Bleod nib,, Stomach Bitters "and
,TK8. C." 88EWE, Tito gf. Apn
JlH'6-3ss. 0 '"
rthw ; . - i-i rwi i1 -wn 1-
H! If If I
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Infcalliae the altcr.lfcmoftba Farmers (o the
fullv alter lor tfceir'cnnliderJtion the Ibllowint:
, Xbo- Marsh HarvWtcc is. the .CHEAPEST
Cutting theif train, MiScse reasons:
In binding, two mm do tnc wnrc oi nve, ana
of it, if they had to take it op pfTrSie ground.
i r" J- r.-
It will sare, in wbeat, enoogn hi pay tor cutting, ir yon nire It done. Jn doing jour own,
Ton sare one dollar per acre, betides tne board or tbree men, and probably as many nones
Your rood wires are tared from extra work and sick bead aches.
Two horses frill-work on the Marsh Harvester
It U well made and durable. Duplicate parts
little lime will be lost.
t'As ail assurance. to' all farmers that they will be safe from any ion, the fallowing Warranty
will be given with every Machine sold:
AICY T.J r WARRANTY.
"The Mtreh Harrester is warranted to be well
lned,ot Iiahlettrgt'Out of repair; to be a
penetrans iiuucrs win uiuu kb iuuv.i (J14111 iu wuc uaj m mic wiuiu uii mc ruuiHi iu ivo usje,
'or'that it sares one-half the labor in binding the grain, and ono man in raking on.
When the machine is putfn-operatlon, if it shall fail to do as warranted, it ahall be the duty
of the purchaser to notify us immediately, of the tact, and allow sufficient time to send a man
to put it in order. Then, if it does not work, and the fault is in the machine, it will be taken
back and the money, refunded, or that part of it
Hn.f.nt ..nliiiia m la-A.. In it, lllf.a
At'lne State Fairs of Michigan, Illinois, Wisconsin, Iowa, and Minnesota, it has taken fir
Premium? .airi.yt the FjejdTrial oCReapers held at Lexington, Kentucky, June 30tb, lF6d,
K took the Grand Gold Medal of the State Agricultural Society.
The following certificates from well-known farmers in this vicinity, who nsed the Marsh
Harrester for the barret t of188,-are given; and all parties who intend purchasing a machiue
forlhe'cdming harvest, are "invited to see tome or all ol them before buying any other kind.
, , . Ai.iAxr. N-MAita Co., Kansas, Angnst9, 16C3.
Musts EHKK-or &"Co. &tnt; 1 bought one of the Marsh Harvesters ofyour own man
nfaetnre. last Sorins: I wish' to sav I am well satisfied with the woik it did. and tint it is a
Kbor-Mirig machine? and that it" saved at leaAt two and a half or three bushels to the acre,
more than anr ntkvr I ever raw. ;. I have been usir.z other kiuds the last ten rears, and I have
ifound'Jsone.tliat can coapeteswhb it. If I raise
as the same help that it requires to run my old McCortnic, will be sufficient for both,
r J ?S 7 ARCHIBALD MOREHEAD.
Winn Clocd, Kansas. Sept , 1863.
Messxs. EmiK--o.x ti Co GrtTi:--! pinhased fiom you, last enaoii, a .Mursii Harvester,
and I ill fiv thtt it did all, and more tint: it w:n recumniended to do. I cd it in ill kind.
of cutjirg, and.iti as hravj grain as U offen raised; cuttfnx e''en acres of wheat in one day,
tiiat tuned' outl.itjjSie bibhcls to (lie acic; t"o nun boui.d evtry sheaf, an 1 did their woik
better tlin'I cvcr?tir it done where the grain as left on the grocrd. The train I saved in
doing a Imrvest of forty aTea, orer the old method, will make a nice payment on the Har
vester. II I could not get another to do my hatvest for licit rear, I tvould irot sell it at an
adranco of I00 over what it Ojt mc.
Odepanjif hones iil the team necessary to run it. I did not hire to favor my binders
anf where, except in Iiiavy oafs; 'hire I cut lec3, but the diffirecce in a diy's work m not
more linn oro or two acres. There ia one more advantage i firmer lias in using the Mar.h
hHancjtcr ben ho c.'mcs to stncLing his grain,
it lias to be rebound betore he gct3 it into the stack:
At, first I was a little iifiaid to buy it, but now I Ehculd be mote afraid to sell, lest I fhouM
miss getting one when I wanted it. T. U. RANSOM.
Tonv CaEric. Kansas, Oct. 15, 16C9.
Mrssss EMtnsov i. Co Gtnti: My Marsh Harvester glre entire ratislaetinn. I aver
aged ten acres per day I he entire harre't, tu men doing the binding. I fined tfat where the
giain ua1! heavy, we would bind it eair than where it was light.
Before harvest I intended to buy a combined maihlne, but with the experience have had
ih past harvest, I would recommeud to the farmers to buy a reaper fur blrvestfegt end a
mower to cut theirgrass.
As hi urall on hores, I will say that I cut one hundred and fifteen acres in eleven and a
half iuccttsiivc days, with two light burses; I would nlher my team wou'd reap all harvest
on the Matsh Harrester, than to work on a Mccormick, with four hordes
If I wanted to buy a harrctcr again, I should buy the Marsh Harvester made at your shop,
as I consider them superior to any other kind in use. My adiice to any farmer who wants a
good, durable, and labor saving machine, would be, to give one of them a trial.
EaslkV CakrK, Kesiasxa, Aug., 1663.
Mcssas. Ektnsov & Co. Gaits: The Marsh Harvester I purchired from yob last season,
I consider the cheapest machine lor harvesting grain that the farmer can buy. It is not only
a.lnborsaving machiue; but a grain saving machine, to the extent of from one to three bush
els per acre. It conceded by all who worked with it, to be superior to any grain cutting
machine ever used in this neighborhood being a two horse machine in every sense of the
word. My binders couldnot be induced to woik after any other that left the grain on the
crown, in preference to binding on mine. The machine ubsoluteiv saves everv head; ail iliat
is lust, is from careless Mcders.
PrutE, IIpoh.- Co., Kaisas, Jan. 2a, IEG9.
Mrssss.JMEit'o k Co., Rockfotd 111. Gents: 1 used oue of your Marsh Harvesters, the
pat season, und consider it fur ahead of any machine that ever wotked in my field. I cut 140
acres, and some of it was very heavy. It is no trouble for two to dn the binding, unless the
grain should be very short. I saved, in grain and wages, fully one hall the cost of the ma
chine. J. W. 11EMI3.
"White Cloud, Kaisas, Jan. 2-i, 1669.
MSJas.Tiitasd.- li Co., Rockford, III. Gentltmenl The Marsh Harvester I bought Ut
harvest from jour agent, worked to my entire satisfaction, especially in oats; mine were
very heavy, and badly lodged; it delivered them to the bidders in better thapc thin t thought
it possible to do, or would have believed, had I not seen it. It was much better doue than
it could have been'raked oft", and for eatc on horses, neatness uf cutting, eaing of grain, the
economy in deing a haircst, has only to be seen, to be ail the recommend it rrqnires. Two
men can do the binding inordinary grain with all case. I made a sating of eight dollars per
day in wages, besides the board, and trouble of finding extra help. J. D. MURRAY.
Rot's Creek, Brow Co , K.Mr as. March, 1669.
Ma. B V. Ransom, Salem, Nebraska Sir: In answer to your inquiry in regard to two
men doing the binding on a Marsh Harvester, we would say, we bound on oue during the
harvest of 1868, bunting all the grain the Harvester cut, (8 and 10 acre per day,) with ease.
Most of the grain was heavy wiieat and oats. We would much rather bind frm a Marsh
Harvester than be two ot fire men to take the same number of acres up oil" of the ground.
Two good binders can do all the woik on oue with ease. We cons'dcr it much the best ma
chine for cutting grain we ever saw work in the harvest field. BEN. EYE.
W M. H. WILSON.
Beceiying them by the car load, I can
h . c which they can pe bonght.
My Head-Quarters will be at White Cloud, Kansas.
Any commnnication by mail will reach me at Salem, Richardson Co., Nebraska
APrfl v,m.J i J 13. "V- IfcA-lVSOIM:, -A.s-ent.
WD. BEELER b SONS' Steam Saw
Mill is now in full blast, for the sea
sori?of 1S69.AII kinds' ofBUILDING and
FENCING LUMBER kept on hand.
Thankful for past favors, we hope to merit
a continuance of the same.
W.-.D. BEELER & SONS.
J While Oioud, March 4186:
!Ein and Japanned Ware,
All "of which 'can'bc hid ?t
J. J, MORRIS'y
IX WHITE CLOUD.
I TAKE pleasure In announcing to the pub
lie, that. I am now better than ever prepared
to manufacture .to order every style and descrip
tion of Boots and Shoes coarse or fine, peg
ged rjr sewed in the neatest and most sub
A variety or Eastern work constantly en
hand, for the accommodation f those who pre-
MakW and renairlnr done to order: and the
best article of ready-made work on band at all
times. Shop on Main Street; sign or the Uig
Boot, nearly opposite Bailer k NojeVs Store.
- PHILIP KELLY.
White Cloud, May 30, 1867.
Dea'l qajnaer yr smt.siey oat
wortltlesH HrlachtBos or thoawt yoal
casi't wswlc M-heam yes K tItcM;
bait sre 1 MOKKIS. 'WHITE
ia,iii .a "-,-. mmrv
ZrZZ-ZJZZ. -SUZZ ""-"' ---
SKAfjMUKS MLApsj; aasl oe lkat
muj chili, mlsssevf, tr.rk.
, .J. J. M8RIIS, JJfffit.
Whit.Clpad.Kpr. t9, ISiB.
Biv ef ifivse wfifildrerliset
MARSH HARVESTER, we vftuldVemct-
MACHINE ever offeft-d to the farmers, for
triln store ease tnan iney could do two-nuns
with as raaeh ease ss they wonid work on a
will be kept, so that in case of breakage, but
rnide.'of rood material, and, when properly
good grain-catting machine, upon which two ex-
which prores defeclire will be replaced, or a
small grain as I intend, I thall want another,
every third banfile has not becu sat on until
furnish them at the lowest figures for
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Louis, Mo. march ll-w,,
WE AftE COMING,
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CUTLERY, Ac, &c.
PREMIUM BATES W SHfiETIHG:
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" Sixtr " , '
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ful ai tides.
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3. 4. ilAtVEJ A CO..
iist 1 30 Federal St. Boston, &nr.
P. O. Dox C Trch 55-6w.
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ONE DOLLAR SALE
Dry Goods, Drets Goods. Linens, Cot
tons, Fancr Goods, Albums, Bi
bles, Silver-Plated Ware, Cut
lery, Leather and German
Goods tf every descrip
These articles to be sola at the ur.iform piice of
o.vu uoi.ivr 1:acii,
and not be piid f r until vou know whatyou
are to receive.
The msst popular anJ economical method of
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at tlie rate of 10 cents e-icti, to pjy lor postage,
printing, fie. It is then at the option ol hold
era whether they will lend one dollar for the
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The Smnllet ArliLles sold for OXE
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of r Inrgo rnrietr 'of oth
er Articles npon Ex
comprising orcr 250 nteful aitieles, nut one of
hich could be bonght at any retail country
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We send as commission to Agents.
I'or n Club of Thirty, and 13. 00,
one of the fol'owing.artleler: a Musket, Shot
gun or Austrian. Rifle 20 Varizs Cotton, Lady's
Fancy Square Wool Shawl, Lanctf-ter Quilt,
Accordenn, Set of Steel-Bladed Knives and
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Handltd Knives, with Silver Plated Folk,
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SiUU W rpUU ary paid to good
AcenU to sell our Patent Non corrosive White
Win Clothes lines. State are and past oc
cupation, and address the American Wire Co.,
75 William St., N. Y.,or 16 Dearborn St.,
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This great Time. Labor and Money-Saving
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Jtc, address P. GARRETT & CO., IS S.
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AGENTS of either sex, in evey town and
village, for the largest ONE DOLLAR
SALE in the country. The smallest artiel
sold can be exchanged for a Silver-Plated
five-bottled Renlring Cestor, or your choice
of 300 articles upon exchange list. Commis
sions to Agents larger than erer. Send for
S. C. THOMPSON CO..
136 Federal Street, BoMon.Maos.
" By Their Fruito Ye Skafi Know TLrm.''
TM INSURANCE CO.,
Cash Capitalt $4,273,269.81.
IncorYorntcl 1819 f jOr Pnltl 1st
-is Yew, Over-84i,ee,e0o:
EemerJur, tke est is the Cheapest.
T. 0. SHREVE. Atent,
Jan. 30, 1S63. White Cloud, Kansas.
FIRE AND INLAND
XIIKEK MILLION DOIXAR$i.
T. C. SHRKVE Sub Aeer.t.
Jan. 30. 16C3. White Cloud. Kan.n.
J. V. HOLLEBAUGH,
i Xasliiona.lle Tsiilov,
(Room Over Bailey Noyes' Store,)
11 11 I b UbUUi;. i
Mrw j t . -i .v j. s
EN and Boys' CIcthirc of every oernp-
lion made up in the latest stvles and inl
mc oesc manner.
Cutting done prompt'y to crdtr.
Oct. 1. 16C8.
EXCHANGE, SALE, LIVERY,
WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS
J. C. PIERCE, Proprietor.
Jan. 2, 63.
OLIVER C. WHITNEY,
WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS,
WILL take Acknowledgment of Beeds,
and transact all other business apper
taining tn the office of Notary Tublic.
.May 17, 18fF
-r-r -m?r CW7 A inTl 1
JflSiicC Of tllO PBaCe, and AOtafY PUDlIC,
, - t
niUHUAN jj, KAH&A&.
pONVEYANCINC. and all kinJs of Legal J
KJ writing, done in the best style, on short
notice. Jnne 13, 67-1 y.
S. B. SLOANE.
A.TJOTIOlSi' I-'. MUL.
BEING an experienced Auctioneer, the un
dcrxigned offers his services to all who
may require them. He will he ready at all
times to attend Public Sales, Fairs, and other
places where an Auctioneer U needed. Charg
es satisfactory. Residence near White Cloud,
oct. 10, 67-tf. S. B. SLOANE.
F. H. DaEKNIXtl. J. HOLT.
DRENNING & HOLT,
Attorneys at Hiswv,
Real Estate Agents, Conveyancers,
And Insurance Agents,
ang. 13, 63.
Attorney vt Xjcl-ot-,
And Real Estate Agent,
TROY, DONIPHAN CO., KANSAS.
Special attention giren to the examination
of titles to lands. aug. 13, 67
E. J. JENKINS,
Attorney at Law,
AND NOTARY' PUBLIC,
TROY, DONIPHAN CO., KANSAS,
aug. 13, 63.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
TROY, DONIPHAN CO., KANSAS,
WILL practice in tne Courts of the Second
Judicial District. vxaj 30, '67.
AtTORNEV AT UW,
Juno 6, 1867-Iy.
PINGER & DOUGLAS,
Importers anil Wholesale 'Healer in
French China, Glassware,
SILYER-PIATED GOODS, &c, &c,
No. 7 Focsth STatrr,
St. Tosepk, 3wo.
June 4, 1868-ly
WM. U. TTTrtH. .H.JODAf. K-a. WnOfALO.
W. M. WYETH & CO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
SADDLERY GOODS, LEATHER,
SADDLES, BRIDLES, Etc.,
No. 6 SoUth Third St., Bat. faliX Ednumi
ST. JOSEPH, MO.
June 4, lbG8-6m.
MANSFIELD & ELLINGWOOD
Successors to A. G. MANSFIELD,
WHOLESALS AMD SITAIL DEALS IK
IRON, STEEL & HiRDWIRE.
Wagon aid Baggy Wd Werk,
FABX AND GARDEN SEEDS, AC.
60le Agents for
DEEBE'S MOLINE PLOWS;
3ROWN'S CORN PLANTER:
BUCKEYE REAPERS and MOWERS;
THRESHING MACHINES, and
PATENT SPINNING WHEELS.
Sign of tbe Aavll aad Pad-Lock,
Ho. 2t Third 8t, St. Joseph, Mo.
Jan. 30, 186S-ly.
BILLIARD & JENNY UND
rpHB undersigned, bavins; reSUed his Bill-
JL lard Saloon wild new 1 aoiea ana lanmaro
complete, add arranged everything with a view
to the convenience awl eoafart of his custom
ers, the public are inviud to call hi at all
I baea received aad keep on hand a choice
stock of tfcraors Tobacco and Cigars, and can
always suypir tne panne warns in inai .
. Hamilton cooper
White-'Clokd; Cfet. M, 197. i "'' iT'x
Is retailed at a price within the reach of all
I This Machine uses a straight needle, makes!
ine lAJUh. aiiictt, lenae on both sides,;
has a self-adjusting tension, and can do every
. variety of sewing. It will hem, fell, bind,
J cord, braid, team, q ilt, tuck, ruffle, and gath
er; will work equally well on silk, linen, IrOol-
I en, r cotton good., with silk, linen, or cotton
American Shuttle Sewing Machine
WanSnl&i-for Five Tears!
Our Agents wRI be supplied with duplicate
parts of the Machine, in case of accident. It
I makes precisely the same stitch made by the
i Singer, Wh'Alft & Wilson, Howe, and Flor-
ence Machines. It baa the Under-feed, like
, . .... .,,,,. ...
lhe bl of high priced Machines, and is the
I only low priced Shuttle Midline in the mar
. ket that has this feed. We are enabled to
sell a first diss SHUTTLE MACHINE at a
! very low price, on account of its Simplicity,
t and consei'ietit low cost of Manuficturing, in
comparison with Complicated Machines.
We, wish to arrange with Agents, male or;
female, to renrescnt iilie American Shuttle I
Sewing Machine, in each Strte, County, and ,
, town in mc uuuea aiaiesana uuiario. x.i-
tra inducements to Experienced Agents. For!
' full particulars, as to Salary or Commission,!
V. X. ANDREWS,
N. B. For the benefit of our Acents. we
hare nrranged with parties who hart Goods j
snitHhlf fur SowTur, XftnliinA Afvnnta tn all
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fi R SAMPLES and fuU
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!.."( vu iivvijJk fca uaaw ivu iasaaia 4-&u
Jiesl U. v N. ANDREWS, General Agent,
Detroit. Mich. Jam281y.
DOWN GO M PRICES!
STOVES! STOVES! STOVES!
E. D. HACCARD & BROSi,
STOVES AND TINWARE,
Pressed and Japanned Ware,
Hollow Ware, Wooden Ware,
HOUSE FURNISIUNG GOODS
Of all descriptions,
Keep on hand a large assortment of the
CANTON CLIPPER PLOWS,
Vanaiver'l Celebrated Corn-Plantr,
fcc, &e., 4-c.
The public are United to call and examine
Job work and repairing done to order.
White Cloud. March 12. 1863.
T. C. SI1KKVE, M. D.,
Prncticiug Physiciau and Surgeon,
HAS on hand, and is now re
ceiving at his Store, in White
Cloud, the be3t assortment ofstaple
Medicines and Chemicals. Patent
Medicines, Paints, Oils, Dye StuEs, Family
Dves. Coal Oil. Coal Oil Lamns. Glass, Glass
ware. Stationerv. Perfumerv. Toilet ai tides.
&c, &c, ever offered in this market, all of
which are selling at fair rates, for Casu only.
April 20, 16C3.
AT his old stand, in White Cloud, has open
ed a new Furniture Store, and has Just
received a very full and complete stock of all
kinds of Furniture, such as
nT pverx tclml and atrlpt also.
MATKESSES AND HEU brtUKUa.
This furniture is all of the best manufacture
and finish, and constant additions will be made,
to meet the detriands.
TURNING of all kinds done at any time,
and in every style
Repairing done promptly to order.
An assortment or CUfflns of all sizes will be
kept on hand, readv Tor Shy emergency; or
Coffins of any particular description made to
order, on short notice. ...
All the foregoing will be Sold fchesp for
Cash. Call and examine, goods and prices.
White Cloud, June 11, 1669.
P. F. GEISSE,
AND MANUFACTURER OF
or all Sizes aid for all rarpeses,
(90 MllsS Below ItUbBrs, oa the Oais Biver.)
Tl E has made a spieiaiity of building Steam
Li Ferry Boats, of all sizes and styles, for
the past 37 years. His long experience, and
tery extensive faeititiea, enable him to furnish
thera, better and cheaper than other manufac
He, will take contracts to furnish them en
tire, ready to Jerry with, or the machinery
alone. All communications promptly attend
ed to. Address.
p. v heirse. w eiisviue. umo.
Refer to J. W. Mooat, White Cloud, Bras.
Jnne 4, 1668-ry.
TAlTLdR k ORTON3, having built a new
Saw Mill throughout, now offer their old
Machinery for sale, consisting of Engine, Boil
er. Main Shaft, Fly Wheel, Boll Wbee , Car
riage, Head Blocks, "aws, and ererythlnK for
a covplete Saw Mill, which they will sell (all
: - i n, tn snarata oortions) for one-
third iu actual present value, for Cash. Said
Machinery is in the very best repair, anl about
as eood as newm iset, improvement a
k. . -v. mMlons of it, iftakiog it much
better than wben first maBoractnred. Any
person wishing to pwehase such Machinery,
Whiie Cloud, F"eb. 6, lP63-tf.
Farm for Sa.a.
A GOOD FARM for sale, on easy terms
ear. 26-lf. " White Cloud Kaasaar
Connecting the Great Railroads
NORTH MISSOURI R. R.
j The West Branch of the North Mitsouri Rail
road being now completed, makes this the
GREAT C09NECTI&G LTHK
With the great
UNION PACIFIC RAILWAYS,
St. Joe. and Council BIufTi Railroad, Missnuri
fallry Railrtmd, Hannibal and St. Joseph
Railroad, Central Branch U. P. R. R
The Shortest, Quickest, and Host
Sellable Boate Between
OMAHA- COUNCIL BLUFFS. NEB. CITY.
ATCIIISO.Y, uurExiroKTir, XJ.YSJS C1TT,
And all Western Towns and Cities, and
ST. LOUIS AND THE E1ST.
Palace Sleeping Cars on all Xight Truim.
CoBinrl Time Tnblr.
(bt. Josepn, Leave
(Kansas City. do
7:-J5 r v
r 2.20 A
7:10 a m
7:55 a m
2:10 r m
3:15 r w
Connectins directly with all the great Rail.
n""5" leading out of ST. LOUIS': -giylng
passengers choice of routes from St. Louis to
rsjsiW x vJtcjtv,
BaltilQ0ff3, WasMllfftOll CltYt
' . . '
Threngn Tickets TJa. lais Line
can be had at all regular Ticket Offices in
At the same Fare as by Cbnipetfag L!n.
ETBAGG AGE CAECKED TO DESTINA
TION, and handled FREE OF CHARGE.
President, St. Louis.
S. II. KNIGHT,
General Superintendent. St. Lquis.
, A. W. MILLSPAUOH,
Gen'l Ticket Agt.. St. Louis.
I.. M. DUNN,
General Western Agent,
Mirch 18, 1SC3. St. Joseph, Mo.
Is new receiving, and will keep constantly
on hand, a choice selection of
Staple and Pancy Groceries,
STAPLE DEY GOODS,
READY MADE CLOTHING,
Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes,
CONFECTIONKRY, Ac, Ac.J
Which he will sell for CASH or PRODUCE,
at as ldw rates as can be found in the city.
Call and see for yourselves, at the old stand of
Butkhaltcr k Forucrook,
Cortter of Slain and aTieTec
April S. 1868.
Osaot Sean Prtme, new, $15 per bushel.
Osacx Plasits First ela. 1, 000 $3; 10,
Root Gaarrs Apple, packed, 10.000 $60.
Sieolings Maple, 1,000 $3 or $3. Ever
greens, ic. -
Guru Sorts 1 ,000 first clan Concords, $35.
Roszs Dahlias, Green-house Bedding
Send 10 Cents for three Spring CaUlogues.
Ground open. Send your orders to
F. K. PH03N1X.
march 11-lm. Bloomington Nursery, HI.-
OSAGE ORANGE SEED.
Jdst rrdbi Texa. For Sale bV
BARNUM & BRO.,.
No. 14 Xorth Second Street, ST. LOUIS, JlU.-
PRA1RIC N UKSEK Y.
A GOOD stock of Fruit and OrnamentaV-i-
Trees, Shrub. Plants and Vines, for-the'
Orchard, Garden, Yard or Nursery, compris
ORNAMENTAL VINES' AND SHRUBS?
FLOWERING .PLANTS AND SHRUBSr
JUNE. CLIMBING. HYBRID PERPBTI
UALr MOSS and MONTHLY ROSES of
tbe choicest Tarhjttes.
A splendid lot pf TULIPS, H YACINTHS,
CROCU3ES. PiBOHlES; fte: (Plant from
now until Fall.) ,
All tbe above stock will be torn: as lor as
like quality can be afforded.
While ray facilities are equal to any on ta?
this part of the country for prodacing and pro
curing the best and most reliaBlSswek.rbavo
no unreasonable inducements to offer in order
(o get persons to purchase. Every srtiele'rr.
open to Inspection before it is purchased, aad
I warrant every thing to b what It issoldfor.3
Tbe eipertenffe of this establishment goee
for the beneift of ray customers, who can-always
rely on being treated fairly, aad with due
regard to their wants in this line of baaisestv
E- SNYDER,. HlghlanoV Kansaa.-
ALEXAt7Et C4 MILLS,
OTJAS- opened fie
IunmentMrthe Levee, at
the foot of Mala Street, White Cloud; where'
be is prepared to do all kinds orfetaek
smithing. Wagon Ironing, Horse and Mule
Shoeing, etc.: a! repairing Machinery of air
kinds, aa well aa if can be don th'Meehtnar
Shops. Re haa had s Ions; experience at the;
business, and warrants Hs or to be rfrpea
by no other Shop in the country.., Bring along
anvkisd of work' in ray lifieV d it'ir-nfb
proapUy atUade4t;t ?"fr
Wbila Cloud, July 37 loW-wss'-