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Mayor Joshua Tatlo.
Onndlmen Xiltoh'Utt. C. F. Van Bo.
Kite Jotx Hau-tu, H.H.Hi.ics. Joan S
City Clerk Jojethcs Ctt.
City Treasurer 8ou Millte.
City Mershal-W. W.Mooac
City Engineer C. W. 8bive-
Street Commissi mer Patuc DraLarr.
Health Officer Ob. Thos. C. Shmm.
T. 0. '"xi(" O. X.
white CLOUD LODGE. No. 6. I. 0,
or 0. F.. meeu at Odd Fellows' Hall, second
tory et Van Buskirk'a Building. Main Street,
every faturday evening, at 8 o'clock. Bro
thrrs So pood standing are cordially invited to
TiU the Ixdge.
JOSHUA. TAYLOR, N,
Jon. Hiirrrta, R- S.
A. P. 7A A X.
WHITE CLODD LODGE. Na. "8, A. F.
A. M.. meets at their Hall, third s'ory of
norland's Building, on the Leree, on inc
Wednesday night, on or before the Full Moon,
.in each jaonili.
,R. M. WILLIAMS, W. M.
D. C. Tavtoa, 8ec'y-
MrrnonisT Eriscorit. Ciicacn Rev. E.
Tlodpe, Pastor. Public worship ererv Sabbath,
morning and evening. Sabbath School at 9
o'clock, A. M' Prayer meeting, Thursday
evenings. AH are invited to attend.
RepabliciH District Meeting
The Republicans of Iowa Townsh'p will
meet in Mass Conrenlion, In the City Council
Buildingi in White Cloud, on Saturday, Sep
tember 3d, 1870, at 3 o'clock, P. M., ror the
purpose of appointing two Delrgitcs ai d two
Alternates for the First Representative DU
triet to the Republican State Convention, to
be held at Topcka, September 8ih.
S. D. EWING.
H. N. SEAVER,
c Republican Township Committee.
, m 1
Iter. II. W. Shaw will preach in the School
House, on Sunday, September 4th, at lOyi
o'clock, A. M-, and every Sunday thereafter,
when it does not conflict with the Appointments
f other ministers using the rams house.
There will be a Basket and 0,-iartcrly Meet
ing, -of the White Cloud and Highland Cii
cuits, to commence on Saturday, tho 10th of
September, at 2 o'clock, P. M-, to bo held on
Cedar Creek, near the Chanson School Huue
Ker. W. K. Marshall, Presiding Elder, will
be present. Everybody, in Iowa and country,
invited to attend. Come one, come all. Our
motto Is, " The world for Christ."
The Doniphan County Bible Society will
meet In the Methodist Church, Troy, on the
third Tuesday or September, at 3' o'clock,
P. SI.. The branch Societies aro desired to
send delegates, without fail. The ministers
ol the County, as Vice Presidents, are reques
ted to examine the accounts of the Societies
in their respective places, and be able to re
port the number or books and amount of mon
ey on hand. This is necessary, in order to
enable ns to settle with the parent Society in
The Bible Institute will meet in the even
ing, when papers will be read and addresses
delivered. The occasion will be one or inter
est JOHN L. CHAPMAN. Pres't.
y The Congregational Society will open the
City Hall, on next Mjniay evening, (Sept.
5th,) ror social entertainment. A feait of
Early Cream Peaches and Grapes wilt be pre
pared, at prices low enough to give satisfac
tion. Proceed to be applied to building or
Snaar Shootiso. We hare heard one that
Is too good to keep out of print, in the shape
of a colloquy tbat occurred at Troy, en the day
the'Coramissioners met to consiJer the Jay
proposition. The parties wcrt. Adam Brenner,
the grain man, and a well-known citizen of
this Township, whom we shall call J. P., ror
abort. J. P. was very earnest and active
ngiinst the propositi jn, and claimed that a pe
tition amounted to nothing, no matter how na
Why," said J. P. to Brenner, " I could
start out to-day, and get two hundred men in
this County to sign a petition to hang you, aud
they wouldn't know what they were signing,
" Yes," replied Brenner, " and I coul J start
ct to day, and get five hundred men in this
County to sign a petition to hang yea, and tbey
teoatd know what they were signing!"
f ET Jo- Utt has removed the Post Office to
Mr. Weeks' Lew building, adjoining his brick,
on the Levee, and has opened oot a stock of
croceries, canned fruits, &c., and a complete
assortment of stationery. He will also keep
the latest papers, and a variety or light litera
tore, for the accommodation or the reading
Look to Yoce Fcst ! Philip Kelly has Jut
received another large stock or Boots and
Shoes, of every size, style and description.
They are of the very best quality, never sur
passed in this market; and be now offers them
at the lowest possible priers. Call, and do the
handsome thing by your feet.
A Womi'i Ricirr. We hold this truth to
be self-evident that all women are cadowed
with certain inalienable right, among ahich
are life, liberty, and a Charter Oak Cooking
Stove. "The latter is an inJispensable prerc
, CT A correspondent sends us a savagely
personal article relative to radon thieves. As
be seems to be (O ceruin of his men that he
gives their names in rail, we think the
win 01 a octier insirument man the pi ess in
bringing them to justice,
R 17 The heaviest rain pf the seaion occurred
on last Ssnday aiternopn. There was a con
tant succession or fremtcdous showers, con
tinuing the whole afternoon, during which
time an Immense quantity of water fell.
. D The examination in the Ralston and
Pierce difficulty was finally bad, on Saturday
last. Ralston, in defanlt of bail, was commit
tedto'jail, to await bis trial, at the spproach-
icg ttrsa.or the Court.
LoocToYotJaCmLBiEK. Diarrhea, Dysen
tery, and Summer Complaint are cured by Mrs.
Whitcomh's Syrup, which Is sold ror 25 cents a
bottle!- Sec advertisement.
Ivxmr carx bi.owi Docroa. Those who use
Dr.Heery'a Root and Plant Pills genci-allv get
aioejc P8M of doctor' bills.
Lex tie Tbade NolnitlisUnding the com
plaint or hard timet, we notice treama or
wagons leaded with lumber pouring oot or
town erery day. Kansas is filing ? d '
men must reuce and build. Tlrcy should hear
in mind that Tavlor k Orton. at the Lower
Saw Mill, keep a supply of their superior qua!
ily or lumber, and can fill all bills, at the low.
eatmajket price- No dancer or running short
Machinery in the best order, and the supply or
logs not exhausted.
ID" See advertisement or Dr. Ba'U' Dbpen
sary, headed Book for the Million MARRI
AO E CU I D E in another column. It should
be read by all. -" !
fJ- ET William H.Mann. Clerk of Richardson
County, Nibratka, and an old resident of that
County, Jied at Falls City, August 21.h.
I7"Thomai Penney, formerly of Bellemont.
in this County, died recently, at Rochealer,
At Rulo, Nebraska, Augu-t 21d, Mrs. Hax
kah BasniTT. In Ibe 75th year of her ae.
The dtceaseJ was a daughter of Garrett
Dorland, and was born in Fayette County. Pa.,
in Noveinbrr, 1795; removed with her parents
to Columbiana County, Ohio, in 1799; emi
grated to Platte Coontr, Mi., in 1841; and
came to White Cloud, in185G, with her sin-in-law,
Israel May, and had redded in this
vicinity ever tince.
White Cloud. St. Joseph. St.Louis.
Wheal, GOgtl.OO 701 00 1.001 24
Corn, 40 50(355 6472
Oats, 25 25S0 4143
Barley, 50 50(370 751.12
Potatoes, 50 6RQ75 E5ge3
Flour, 3100 2753J25 2753i0 2 003 50
Bacon, H. 1623 12I7 HI8
Hams, 202j 17(324 iej25
Lard, 20 I417 1618
Butter, 2025 20(g25 20Q22
Eggs, j? doi. 15 C8 15
Hides, fiiut,f? B 1C; 16; 1920
Salt, t bbl. 3.50 3.25 2.75
Sugar, tl lb 12" Ql 6 15IS Hl5;i
Coffee, 8025 21025 20(j-J5
Wool,wathed,2842Ji 3813 41 1C
Dried Apple. lii 8,'10 C7 !
D.ied Par.s, 12; 11012 69,i
Fence Wire, 8
Frnce Nails, p lg 550
Lumber, p 100 it. 1.S0
Hog, p 100 gro-s,
5 00i: 50 8 50(310
111 1 liil I IIIP, IlKtlS.. Pjtn.1 Agents,
459 Nmih St , Wsichii.gtuii, D. C, fir nlvice.
terms and rtitrtiicrs. mi254.
X T jBIS. X3D 3-3ES '
XX FLtTJT CLASS
Stand Ilcnt better 11ih:i any othi-r mndc
Ask ror Dilhridge'ii, and take no other.
See th.it nnr name i oil every box.
D1THRIDCE & SON, Pitts
XT Send for Price Lbt.
A Book or 125 closely printed pages, lately
issued, contains a liu ol the best American
Advertising Meilium", giving the names, cir
culations and full pinicnlars concerning the
leading Daily and Weekly Political and Fam
ily Newspapers, together witn all those having
large circulation, published in the interest or
Religion. Agriculture, Literature. Ac , de
livery Adrrrtisir. ar.u every pron wno con
templates becoming Fnch, will find tlii-a book
of great value. Mailed free to any address, on
receipt of fifteen cents. CJKO. P. KOWKhL
St CO., Fublisbers, no. 4 J rark Kow, New
The ritt'hnrg (Pa.) Leader, in its issue of
May 29, 1870. says: The firm or G. P. Rowell
& Co , which issues this interesting and valua
ble book, is ihe largest and btst Advertising
Agency in the United State, and we can
cheeifully recommend it to the attention of
tlme who desire to advertise their business
ncientificnlly and sytemnticnlly in such a
way: that is, so to secure the Urgest amount nf
publicity tut Ibe least expenditure of money."
1SYCUOMANCY. FASOINATinx OR
SOUL CHARMING ;-400 page; cloth.
This wonderful bock hua'full intructions to
enable the reader t3 fascinate either sex, or
any animal, at will. Memcrim, Spiritualism,
and hundreds of other curiom eiperiments.
It can be obtained bv sending ndlre. with 10
cents postage, to T. Y EVANS 4 CO.. No.
4 1 So. Eighth St., Philadelphia. atir,354
AVOID QCACKS.A victim or early
indiscretion, causing rerrous debility,
premature decay, Ac-, having tried in vain
every advertised remedy, his a simple means
of self-cure, which he will rend tree to hi
fellow-sufferers. Address J. H. TUTTLE. 78
Nassau Su, New York. aug254.
- DR. SHALLENBERCER'S
Fever and Ague
AlXTBT Stop the CtlUl".
ThisMedicino has been bcforotlio Pub
lic fifteen years, and is stiDhed of tfl
other known remedies. Itdocanotporge,
docs not sicken the stomach, is perfectly
safe in any dose and under all dreuxa
Btances, and is the only Medicine taatwiU
end permanently every form ox xeTtr
sndAgne, because it 1st, perfect Amt
dote to Wlmrlsu
Sold by ell SrcBbts.
m mm. school
'I '"HE LEAVENWORTH STATE NOR--1-
MAL SCHUOL will he ready for the re
ception nf pupils un Wedncsdav, September
Cih, 1670. An efficieM corps of teachers U
engaged to gic iuMructions in all the branch"
es necearv to complete preparation in the
teachers' work, including driwiug, vocal ma
mc, and calUthenics. Tuition and text books
A convenient boarding hall has been pur
chased and fitted up by the citv, and young
ladien can be boarded at cost rates, f probably
not exceeding three or four dollars per week.
uw.u'..K uriiiuru rooms, luei, lignw, -ing,
Ac .) under the direction arid management
Of suitable matron.
The session will continue twenty-one weeks,
Including the Christmas holidays.
For particulars, address P. J. Witxiaat,
Bupennteodetit ail Principal, Leavenworth.
It Is an cnfiiusc siheov in all eases of
Nrura'gia rucintis, olten eflVettn; a perfect
cure jn lei's than Iwrntv Tnur hours, frcm the
nre of no more thin two ox tiiskk riLis.
No other firm of Nciraljda or Nervou Dis
ease has failed to yield to this wcinaarut. E
Even in the severest esses t-f Chronic Nru
ralgia and general iifrmuf ilersrgi-mtnt, of
mnv years standing affecting the entire sys
tem, its nse for a.few dsys, or a few weekat
the utmnt, always afTiirdj 'he mol csloni.-liing
relief, and very rarrly fails to produce a com
plrte ard permanent cure.
It contain no dri.es nr other materials in
the slightest degree ii.jurious, even to the most
delicatr system, and can aLwars be ued with
It lias li.ng been in ccntant n'e by many of
onr most axiirjrr rnvsiciaNS, who fiirc it their
unanimiios and m qualified approval. The f I
lowing, atnnnz many of onr best citizens, tes
tify to its woYDEarct. xrncacr :
"Having ned Dr. Turner's Tu-VoUureitz
er Vmivmal Kruralgi I'lll personally and in
rumerou intanees recommending it to pa
tients suffering with "euralgia I have found
it. iiithoctsm rj.cr.moH. to accomplish all
the propri. tors have elnimed.
J. R. DILLINGHAM. Denti.t,
12 Winter Btreet, B(.ton. Feb..l8ih, 16C7."
Mr. J. M. 15. Stost, for many years an
apothecary In this city, and for three years,
during the war. in the Hospital D-partment
under the U.S. -nrernruent.tuui speaks of it:
I have knnwn Dr. Turner's Tic Doloureux
nr Unircral Neuralgia Pill for twenty yesrs.
I have sold it and used it personally, and 1
have never known of a eae where it did not
give relief. Cntomtrs have told me they
would tot be without it if each pill cost ten
dollars. I think it the most reliable and il
uabie remedy Tor neuralgia and nervous dis
eases in the world."
Messss. Tear rx t Co:
Fit a long lime a member of mv fa'nilv
hss suffe'ed scvcrtly iih Neuralgia. The
psin w almost unenUnrali c. Wo tried van
om medicitiee, without ucces. A few m'inth
since, we begn the ne of vour Pill. It lw
pnivrd rxsr.cTLT ccccEssrri.. aLd nn traenaofj
ihe iliei"e remain. 1 can lad'y reciinmenl
Tcur remedy tn all S'jfferers from Neuralgia.
R-prc fully vonr. F W. PELToN,
Boston, M1r1.i1 25. 1EG7. Counsellor at Law.
Sent by mail, on receipt of piice ai.d postage.
Oi.e Picknge, Jl (HI PcKtacc, fi cents.
Six Paikages 5 00 " 7 "
It i fold by all dcikri in drugs and raedi
cines. amlliT TI'ltriKIt & CO.,
Sole Proprietors, 120 TEEM0ST ST.,
au?44. BOalUN, .MASS.
Mild, Certain, Safe and Efficient.
It at onre ri Hires and invigorates all the
vital rutiftion. without causing, at anytime,
or under any circomstai ces, the slightest ii ju
ry to any l tut 111.
" The most complete and uniform success ha
for mny vers ntter.ded I's use in France, slid
in some portions of the United Si.itef ; and it
is now offered to the central public, Vith the
met absolute conviction that it can nercr fail
to riccittnr'lihji11 that is claimed for it.
" It is harmless in the extreme, at all time",
and under all circumstances; and isunrqualed
by any remedy yet known to the world uhcre
a purgative is iridicateJ.
It produces little or no pain in its operation;
leaves the urgain entirely fr.'e from irritation,
and never, in the slightest decree, overtaxes
or excite the neivous system.
In Bilious Diseases, Indigestion and Dyspep
sia, it is invnliuble.
It is the g-ar.d Purifier nf the Blcod, and
hence cannot fail to crndirate from the system
Scrofula, Ervsipela, Salt Rheum, Carker, and
Cutaneous Eruptions generally, lrregnlar, or
want of Appetite. Colds, fungus, Aftlinm,
Bronchitis. C.itanh, Colic Pins, Durrlura,
Water-brah, Sour and Bitter Stomach, and
foulners and faintncs or tlie same; Impure
Bicath. Dizziness, symptthetic. neivous or
sick Hradtche, Rheumatism, Gout, and In
flammations in all foini Ihescand all kindred
diseases can alwais be wholly cured or greatly
relieved by this rriild yet powerful remedy.
General Debility, with its inseparabli! ac
companiments menial ar.d physical such as
creen sickness, lauilude of mind and body,
drowsineis. imiipotition in exercise, weakness
of the limbs, feeling of dii-counicemeiit, des
pondency and distiust all disappear under its
It regulates and invigorates the bowels; is
a sure antidote for obstinate cos iveness and
piles; gircs renewed vigor to the stomach;
evukes the action of the liver; dnsip'tcs the
yellow dye of jtuudice; and eradicates from
he skin, bilious spots or mould-moth and
It excites the Kidneys to renewed, vigorous
and healthy action; and is- certain to bring
prompt relief in all cases of Diarrhea and
It is eminently effectual in the cure of all
diseases ol children, however infantile, espe
cially for colic, worms, and irritatiun and fret
lulness while teething.
-Asadinuerpillordigestcr.lt Is second lo
none other, taken with the food. It operate
as a gi 1 enl alterative, whereby'the entire im
paired u giiii-m is stimulated to renewed en
ergy, aim to a he lithy vigor and vitality. It
i exieusivrlr u-ed by the Fjculty, a a con
tciiient akd thorough cathartic, having no ac
tion other than the one intended. 13 Sent by
tn-til, on receipt of price and postage, iz:
1 Itnx, 0, 25 Postagr, O cent.
5 UoX, I. (JO " IS "
It is sold by all dialers in drugs and rnidi
lines. a Ml riv TIIItKHK &. f.,
Soio Proprietors, .'20 lEElIOST Bt ,
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egw. . Philadelphia, Pa.
IH AVE erected pair of Fairbanks' Scale
in White Cload. and am prepared to pay
tyosn lor torn ana uau
feb:lr),70. A. R. BUTTS,
t jy k. -j xswys
THE GRILT MEDICAL DISCOVERY!
TIJ. WALICE-lYS CALIFORNIA
7. 2 unoif tii v sm nnn pfhqmyh 5 5- r3
j; C Jiuiui iii-u, wU . uuu.iu-. a
3 ". Bear tes'Iraony to their Won- i S
-S JSerful Curative Effects. o -
V XMiUAT SDK TUtWO-i
t.9 . vwna . &
Made of Poor Tturo, M hisker. Proof Spi
rit, aud Iterate Liquor, doctored, spiced.
and sweetened, to please the taste, called
"Tonics." Appetizers." " Restorers," Ac,
that lead tho tippler on to drunkenness and
ruin, but are a true medicine, made from the
native Roots and Herbs of-California, rare
rnoM ai.t. Alcoholic Stimulahts. Thcr are
the GR RAT I1I.OOD PURIFIER aso LIFE
GIVING PRINCIPLE, a perfert Renovator
and Invigorator or tne. System, carrying off all
poisonous matter, and restoring the blood to a
healthy condition. No person can take these
Bitters according to directions, aud remain
CI03 will be riven for an incurable case,
provided the bones are not destroyed by min
eral poisons or other means, and Ibe vital or
gan waited beyond the point of repiir.
For Inflammatory nnd Chrnuic Ith'n
mntisrn, nnd Gout, Dyspepsia? or IndT
scoliou. Hilioii", Itc mittcnt, nnd Inter
miltciit Fever, IIWenns of the lllnod.
I.iver, Kidneys, and Ulndder, these Hit
ter have been most succcrsful Such Di
eacs ate cauied by Yitinted Illoud, which
is generally produced by derangement or the
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood whenever you
End its impurities b-rsting through the skin in
l'lniplct. Ernptlons or Sires; cleanse it when
ymi find it obstructed and siupgMi in the
veins; clrine it when it is foul, and your reel
ing will tell you when. Keep the b'ood pure,
and the health of thesvstem will follow.
PIN. TAfE. aud other WORMS, lurking
in the system of so many thou-ands, arc effec
ti,ally destroyed ami removed.
In Uiliou. Kemittent, aLd Intermittent re
rrrs, there Bitters have no cnual Fur full
direction, read carefully the circular amund
etch bottle, printed in four langusges Eng
lish, German, French, and .Snanih.
J. VALKER, Proprietor.
32 Commerce Street, N. Y.
R. H. SIcDONALD & CO.,
Dru2gits, and Gercral Agenrs, Sin Francisco
anil Stcrarsento, C4lirruia, and 33 & 31
Commerce Street, N. Y.
rrsoltl by nil Urass2t"&nlers.
rrMIIS IS NO HUMBUG ! -
a. By sending '$') cents,
with age. height, color ol eves and hair, vou
ill receive, by return mail, a correct picture
of your future husband or wife, with name and
date of marriage. Address W. FOX, P. O.
Urawer Ko. Si. r ultonville, M. Y.
UnlVERSIT. Of. KANSAS,
THIS INSTITUTION NOW AFFORDS
lull facilities for piosecuting regular or
select courses ot study in the sciences, An
cient and Modern Langusges, Drawing and
The collection of apparatus has lately been
largely iucrcased by the addition or new and
coftly instruments, which have been selected
with special rcterencc lo extended and thor
ough instruction in Human Anatomy and Phy
siology, laboratory practice in Chemistry, ob
servatory practice in A'tronomv. and 'office
ai.d field practice in the Natural Sciences, and
in Surveying and Engineering.
Board can be procured in the eity at as rea
sonable rates as at any other place in the
West.. Students who desire it, will fiod am
ple facilitiea for boarding themselves.
The firt session of the academic year
IS70-71. begins Wednesday, Sept. 7, 1870.
The regular eliminations for admission
will be held on the 7th and 8th of September,
commemvng each day at 9 A. M.
For catalogues and further particulars, apply
to JOHN FRASER.
President or the University,
augll. Lawrence, Kansai.
WM. VAN BUSKIRK,
WHITE CLOUD. KANSAS,
And Agent for the well-known
Champion and Bnckcyc Reapers
or which he has a supply on band, and ready
to furnish at as good rates as any In the coun
try. Also, the celebrated
which is getting a reputation wide spread.
Uorrner in nrrg particular.
A WAGON SHOP ia now in operation, in
connection wth the establihment, where the
manufacture nf wagons is Carried on, and all
kinds of repairing done.
BI.ACKSMITUIXG done promptly, on
June 23. 1670.
PAOIRK & OBTOJVS
Where you will find a good supply or
Acd all kinds of
FOR SALE CHEAP.
Patlicular attention paid to filling orders for
till. PALM Ell & OKTON.
White Cloud, April 14, 16TB.
Before (be 1st of September!
DO NOT FORGET IT ! We are not able
to wait on you longer. The Money, Pro
duce .or a settlement hy 6 note which we
can get money on, wiil do; but money, or
something that we can turn into money, we
ciast nave, to mees our ou"u.
C. r. VAN BUSKIRK ft CO.
House and Lot for Sale.
WE have for sale a House and Lot Id
Whilo Cloud, on good terms. Foe par
ticulars, call on the obscri'-ers, at their Saw
PALMER fc ORTON.
" s 5 2
33 -" ' " 3?
-o"i - s!-Sssfc "
oisfa I lWsssssl I T
: - I IVssssr -- r
"5"o"" 1 'PsssWlsiT
a 3 2
wig THEY ARE NOT A VILE -?-
IRON, NAILS, STEEL,
Fence Wire and Staples,
DOTY'S CLOTHES WASHES,
STALK CUTTERS, C0RX PLANTERS,
WAGONS & WHEELBARROWS!
FOR SALE BY
J. J. MOBBIS,
At the old Stand or Bailey & Noyes,
March 3, 1670.
TniS celebrated Wagon, formerly Lnown
as thj KENOSHA WAGON, is now
admitted to be the
I3est Fann "Wagon
in the market. It is rapidly
Taking the Flaco of All Others,
and there are more of them sold than if
All Other Kinds Combined !
They are or the Heat Mitterlnl nnd
Workmanship; and are light, stout, and
easy running. Everybody who has tried them
will recommend them.
For sale in White Cloud, at St. Joseph
Prices. N use lo go rarthcr.ssyourexpeu
ses will be greater trun the difference in price
when delivered here. The Wngons are flip
ped by the car load, direct from the Minufac
tory. thus affording great advantage lu prices.
Warranted for One Tear,
agaimt any imperfection of material or work
manship. FOR SALE BY
J. S. SPEINGER,
WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS.
Aug. 4, 1870-Gm.
AGENTS WANTED TO SELL
CHINA AND THE
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Formerly Miisionary in Cliina, and la tie Chi
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Send for circulars, with terms and testimoni
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A CENTS WANTED-fK PER
A. DAY)-bv the AMERICAN KNIT
TING MACHINE CO, BOSTON, MASS..
or ST. LOUIS, MO. july7m3.
WANTED, AKENTS To sell the OC
TAGON SEWING MACHINE. It is
licemrd, makes the " Elastic Lock Stitch,"
and is warranted for 5 years. Piice$15. All
other machines with an underfeed sold for
$15 or less are infringements. Addiesa OC
TAGON SEWING MACHINE CO , St. Lou
is, Mo-. Chicago, III., Pi'.bburgb, Pa., nr Bos
ton, Mass. juiy7ni3.
b" f A DAY Badness entirely new an i
?jj) JL J honorable. Liberal inducements. De
scriptive circulars free. Address J. C. RAND
& CO., Biddeford, Mc. jnU7m3.
ANTED AGENTS -To sell the HOME
Price, $25. It makes the "Lock Stitch,"
(alike on both tide.) and is the only licensed
under-feed Shuttle .Machine sold lor lc.1 than
J60. License 1 by Wheeler 4 Wilson, Graver
& Ilakcr, and Singer k Co. All other under
feed Shuttle Machines sold for Us-t than $60
are infringements, and the seller and user lia
ble to prosecution. Addrtsa JOHNSON,
CLARK A: CO., Boston, Man , Pittsburgh, Pa.,
Chicago, 111 , or St. Louis, Mo. jul?m3.
AVING permanently located in White
Cloud, I am prepared to do all kinds or
House and Sign Fainting,
in a durable and workmaulike manner.on short
notice, and at reasonable prices.
I atiuweive speeial attention to I'AfBK
O Leave orders at Pierce's Liverv Stable.
Feb. 18. 1869-tL N. O. PIERCE.
500,000 BUSHELS OF GHAUT.
FOR which we will pay the hirhest market
price, on delivery at our Elevator, in
White Cloud, on the Levee.
Liberal advances made on contracts Tor fa
Farmers can rely upon getting rrom 5 to IP
cents more per bushel for their er-rn here than
at any point on the St. Joseph and Denver
Railroad, as we have superior facilities for
r-hir.ping. and are prepared to handle from
2 000 to 3.000 bushels per day, and no re-shipments.
Farmers will End it to their advan
tage to call and see us before disposing of
We have made arrangements by which we
will pay 2! cents per bofbel more than the
market price ror corn, if taken in lumber, for
which we will give orders to the mil's-
NOYES k MOORE.
White Clood. April 7, 1870.
mnE cocartnershio heretofore existing be.
ju tween tne mcersigneo, in me iirc,j
business, under, the style of J-C Pierce k Son,
waa dissolved Angust 1st, 1670, by innrcal
consent. The accounts cf the firm will be
settled by J. C. Pierce, who continues the bus
iness, at ibe old sued.
J. C. PIERCE.
C. R. PIERCB.
White Clocd. Aug. 11, lS70-4a,
" .. . ,...- i
Battlel French Whipped!
IF yon owe Van Bnskirk k Co-, go and band
tbea the mocey cr its univalent they
needU. J8lr2li ,
SOLON N. SAPP,
WHITE CLOOD, KANSAS,
VTrniL nraetiee In the several Courts of
the State. Especial attention given to
the collection of debts.
ju'y 7, 70.
D. M. BROWN, M. D
ECLECTIC PHYSICIAN, SUR
GEON, & ACCOUCHEUR,
Gives special attention to all Chronic Cis
eac, and Die3jci nf Women and Children.
Nieht calls promptly attended to.
OGice one door above Tierce's Livery Stable,
Y bite Cloud, hanfas. may 5. ,J.
EXCHANGE, SALE, U.VERY,
With Stock & Wagon Yard attached.
WHITE CLOUD, KAKSAS.
J. C. PIEKCE,
J.in. 1. 70.
PETEE WEIDEMAIER, Proprietor.
MANUFACTURES and keeps on hand,
for Wholesale and Retail. Laser Beer of
the bert quality. nov. 25. C9-ly.
J. V. H0LLEBAUGH,
(With O. Shonyo k Co.,)
MEN and Boys' Clothing or every descrip-1
tion made up iu the lutcel styles aud in.
the best manner.
Cutting done promptly to order.
taa J- lscock.
cuts w. JOHM.OX.
LACQOK & JOHNSON,
Attoi'neys at JL.rtw.,
llintv.-thn, Drown Co., Kansao,
'TTC'ILL practice in the Supreme, Diitrict
V ai.d Probate Courts, and in the United
State Circuit and District Courts, in Kansas
and Nebraska. Also, Agents for the sale and
purchase of Keal .state. Icb. 17-Jm.
OLIVER C. WHITNEY,
WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS,
VT7ILL take Acknowledgments of Deeds,
talning to the office of Notary Public.
may ii, lore
S. B. SLOANE,
T? EING an experienced Auctioneer, theun
-L dersigncd offers his services to all who
may require them. He will be ready at all
times to attend Public Sales, Fairs, and other
puces where an Auctioneer is needed. Charg.
es satisfactory. Residence near White Cloud.
oct. it), tn-tr. a. u. SLIJAnK.
E. J. JENKINS,
Attorney at Hijrw.,
'AND NOTARY PUBLIC,
TROY, DONirHAN CO., KANSAS.
aug. 13, 63.
H. IV. SEAVER,
Justice of tho Peace, and Notary Public,
CONVEYANCING, and all kinds of Legal
writing, done in the beat ftvlc, on short
notice. June 13, G7-ly
MYERS & CLOSE,
Faints, Oils, IJye-SIoflV,
And all goods kept in such establishments,
feh. 10, 70-ly.
Wheat 40 Cents per Bushel!
DOWN CO THE PRICES!
IWILLVollow my profession of Plastering,
the coming c cason. Having had over 30
years practice, mostly in larze cities, I am
confident of giving entire satisfactian to all.
BILL OF PRICES:
1 coat, Rcugh, per yard, 4 cts.
2 coats, for Papering, 7 cts.
3 coats, best Lime or Plaster Ficish, 10 eta.
For Lathing, 5 cents per yard will be addeJ
to the above prices.
CNtems built cheaper than the cheapct.
Ormmcntal Stucco woik done at starvation
prices! J- R- PIERCE,
1 mile South of White Clo id,
Doniphan Countv, Kansas.
March 17. 1870-m.
WE have dealt kindly with ycu; nov give
us no trouble, but come up before the
1st of Feptember. Wo do not want to prcs
ynu. A "good note," that wc can use, we
will lake, if von have not the money.
jy2l. C. F.VAN BUSKIRK k CO.
GEO. L. JOY,
GEKERAIa ACEHT j
OHIO RIVER and MMWHJ. !
No. 0. N. Second Street,
ST. Z.OVI8 MO.
These Companies make the
est salt In use. Over ninety
nine per cent. Pure Salt! Pack
ers use It; It keeps their meat.
Dairymen use It; It preserves
butter. Stock raisers use It; It
goes farthest. Farmers and
Housekeepers use It; the best
for oil domestic purposes.
SZ-Coopcrage unxjualled' So broken bar
reU acd wasted Salt.
100,000 BasiicJs Cora Wanted!
P. M. WILLIS,
Dealer in All KiniU of
Graia and Farming Iiuplcraenls,
IOWA POINT, KANSAS.
HAVINO purchased the entire intcrcstof
Adam Brenner in the Grain and Agri
cultural Implement bosioess at Iowa Point,
I am prepared at all times to pay the Wghnt
Market Vrict, In Ouk. ror all kinds or Grain
and Produce. Call and tee sse before selling
elsewhere. I. M. WILLIS.
Dec 35. 1M3-Iy.
A. SUMNER CO.,
WHE2I.ER & WllSOir
- 500,000 NOW IN USE.
should have a
After sixteen ycus of experience, we aro
prepared lo furnish a better Machine for the
purpose offamiiy sewing thm any other.
The qualities nhica'recommeud this Ma
1st. Curability. It wiil last longer than any
2d. Ecinnmy or thread.
3d. Simplicity and thorouzhneu nf eonttrnn.
4th. It has no shuttle, and makes the Lock
5th. Beauty and excellence of stiteh. alike on
both side of the fibiie sewed.
Cih. Strength, Cnnncss and durability of seam
ma. kiii iut rarer.
7tb. Its wide rinre of ar.TiIie.itmn tt nrrmvi
8th. Cumpactuess and elegance of model and
9th. Speed arid easo ofoperation nrd nunago
ment, and quietness of movement.
10th. It his fifteen pieces le-s than any stint
tie machine, tabic included.
I lth. It has fewer piece-i expceJ to wear than
any other Lock Stitch Jlicbine.
I2:b. It is the met simple in construction,
and easiest adapted to different kinds of
cork; It can be changed from coarse to fine,
or fioin fine work to coarse, where a cbaagit
of needle, thread, length of stitch and ten
sion are required, in less time than any oth-
It is deservedly the
As good supplies are necessary to the good '
operation of any machine, we .have arrarged
lo supply the trade with the following articles
Sowing Machine Supplies:
John Clark, Jr., & Cot's
BEST SIX CORD SPOOL COTTON,
ON UX.1CK SPOOLS.
Sewing Machine Silk Twist,
Imported lij ourselves.
SEW1NO MACHINE NEEDLES.
OIL, SOAP, Eto.
Dealing, as we di, directly with the Manu
facturers in every case, wo are pieparrd to rur
nish reA atoei made of Vie best material at ti
loteett rtatlet price tor thoroughly good goods.
ao rox the
We desire to call tho attention or the Musi
cal public to the.
In jmmr and volume of tone It is pre-eminent,
the result or a neculiaritv nt mntimrtXnn
producing a Rrand sonoriety.
No other iii.trnmeiit receives such faithful
attention in tuning and voicing; they
CAN NOT fil.T OUT OF TUfTE.
Further, the mechanical construction of thla
organ is unrivalled'. The best workmanshio ia
given to each part unsparingly. As an accom
paniment to teal mine, its superiority is ua-.
by procuring a first class
ORGAN OR PIANO.
Expressly for Oar Trade.
They embrace all the modern improvement,
arc mide of the best material, by the moat
skillful wcikmen. They will stand in any cli
mate, and are guaranteed (.ogive tatUfaclian.
There Pulos qre acknowledged to stand
uiequalcd in point of evenncsa and elasticity
uf touch, fine and tinging quality of tone, great
power and durability of construction, aa well
as neatcess of style and beauty of finish.
Before purchasing, the Musical Pnbile ova
it to themselves to examine oar InstnuBcsta.
Protection to the Public,
that ail articles furnished by us are
all Wis of tale are issued rrom the
ST. LOUIS OFFICE,
and the name,
U used as a trade mark on all goods told.
Catalogues, with full descriptions or all the
stvles or MACHINES, ORGANS and II
AN03, sent, post-paid, on application.
Agents io all the principal cities and Coun-
Particular attention is called to the fact tbat
we sell rone but the best goods.
Diatant purchasers can send orders by mail,
after consulting the Catalogue, and be sure of
receiving precisely what they order.
Al our success has been made by giving
:etjxlott a wftfl,
those bo patronize us may be assured tbat we .
TAKE GOOD CAKE
of every Machine or Instrument told by na.
We offer our goods at price)
Within tho reach of all, and on
better terms than any other re
SBXD FOR CIRCULARS.
OFFICE AND SALE ROOM),
415 IT. HFTH STREET,
ST- XaOT7X. '
AuS. i, 1870.
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