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. Tie Fine Old "Dutch Gentleman. :. Teas "TunOUEtlakOfwOtma.' n seaf ye Pcitsehra aoef lest Bui von Kn Vol kaept a brer birr seleoe ap la Bowsry thiM; B tat 4 jboinoyosf, ehpack aat ant efrrr kind of peat; CmlahveoraaawMffrasbaa, lao top da peeple, so asoeh aa a barrel of aarrtrom, vat I poibelo of lafar Uf. awry meratttf. k rood est! Ba aa a faa Ok Datekca SJssotknsaa, aw at at pestest kind.-" By do timlaoss ia his bier ssloos, efery taeniae aa rood liitabsnjeef Petaarjpsdowabvruisidr, cut a grass ap ia Mi knd; L'al ay hhnaelfaa Iraki dis doart, leh listen da Vsdrv- lnd. Cat audeot ya ooaMst Deitsene verstehr, for he voald ais Isrtok (aaprakea van he'd m, o7eseMe.Seeks. oso gisssea daoiloi aa ktenaa-aai-aaanaMfiahdW" akianaiiai la Iskksn.bia," yoa eoeld mix aadrr Sis to Ok Dsttahea Eheetleasaa, von af de goat ah kind. Hi aaee'ves red aa a beetle yaw, be deodar aat isk dree ilia Boot eot ecr:aea laches wide, his ere ma plaek ash; Hieri sail de Fiesaagrrbnad, aat ha vaa a Tamer, lea; Cat hassdii Bikes aril Vim air. diffrraee, bat rem tos awes vis da Mai at ackers law, to dak army las . lafar herr, dee py um dat va s sssasdiag new. TedistasOaDsllebeaSbesileaaa, vaa of dapaneat Do laa Ok Deilebe Ehaalhanaa, ba mt la pad drunk efcfjr Bight; Uat aanwauass ra dna vss eoraiag roeat elections, ait da odor tellers ben if. Oat shliark daa oa da koap ant a teoble-parrH'd besries keif, bnt I mrmt dink dat u right; Pa vaa voa af dm beeeWi baThis baad rrked lata bis a. aU ofrr kii fare, aat m ne.r'r drowsed Bit a pig shliet, I dells yon sonediars right aray. sbest aw, dat ru a sorry sight. Ta dis daa Oh Deiirbea SbeaUemaa, von af de foot ak kind. Bat voa diaa drra eoosned soma droables, aal bt 6 jbt sit -an kit auia. Paagk ba rmj kih voa dwa aib six eight Aozt-m eosple of discs, ba sharaps ap aat fights sgsia. Dill bis baad vas aU skplittad opea dowa bis pack, ant dra da pkrad sioaani dawa Hkr raia; Vat py W p aaonas data da Comer nit da ahrrr, am Mm bis apnat dwoaty-dwo boars asb rn qnr m, aat skqaasaa all da praalb oat at his pody. dn day priaft ia acrdiiTasa, aat ba dies bom pnady - mm nut oa da pnia. Daas i flaa Ok Deitcbea BbeatVraaa, da aabjeet of One of the love Letteri ! 1000 eight handreJ aad 55. Mt Dear-Sarah I embrace this here opportoDity to let you kooiigii as howl ba3 spell of aipjer, and I does hope e t- ! tneas me lines may nna yon enjoying the lime tjrood Ulessing ! hy ilon t yew nly rito aweate line to suffering Dmiel all abont hit sweate Sarah. Oh! my treat Sarah mv dear Sarah how niv poor aole in longing to hecr your vreate voice. 1 tlunk 1 beer her Ringing i ankle itndle as he enma her nedletrork nongli. Oh ! my Sarah, doo cum out and lettV git marry J. So . no more at present, but remain your lovia Daniel. D. II. tc. To my sweat Sarah. P. S. Part Sekdkd My father said I must get marry d and keepe house, and if yon love me 1 wont whip yew, indeed Sor I wont look at nobody else, ao wont Daddy says as how I niiiKt get marrya, because l nave run Z long al ready. So no more at present. D. II. &e. P. S. Not I?EEnr Mothers dcil. end Timothy are got the fever. So no more at present from your luvin. D. II. &c. Kote, Bsesa, 2 I forget to say ax bow that are my korns on my lig loe, don't hurt as to used 2 did.. So wonce more-your husband i is to bee, I sent too kisses to you till I see you again. Yours till death do part. JD. II. &c. Nott Bekht, 4. On Satterday even ing I will come to see my lovin Sarah 1st again. Yours despitefully. D. II. &e. No Use renTttocsERs. On the morn ing of the meteoric shower in 1833. old Peyton Roberts, who intended making sn early start to his work, got np in the midst of tbe display. Un going to Ins door, be saw with amazement, the tkr lighted np by tbe falling meteor, ahd he concluded at once that the world was on fire, and the day of judgment bad come. He stood for a moment ' gazing in tpeechless terror at the scene, and then with a yell of horror sprang ont of the door into the midst of the falling stars. and here in bis efforts to dodge them, he commenced a series of ground (ambling. that would have done honor to a rope dancer. His wife being awakened in the meantime, and neeiiig old Peyton jump ing and skipping about the yard, called ont to him to know what in the name O senso he was a doin' out thar a dan- in' aronnd without his clothes. But Peyton beard not, the judgment and the lent; black account he would have to - cttle. Tnadabim heedless of "all terrestrial things, and hu wife becoming alarmed at bia behavior, sprang out of bed, and run ning to the door, shrieked ont at the top of bar lungs : "Peyton, I ay, Peyton, what do you mean, jumpin about out thar? Come in and pnt yonr trowsera on." Old Peyton, whose fears had nearly over powered him, faintly answered as he fell eprawling on the earth Trow sera, Peggy 1 what the h 1 is tbe nu o trowsers, when the world's a firel" ' ' Barbarous One of our friends was being shaved at Antwerp. The barber was a female. What was his snrprie. when be saw the good lady spit into the box, and besmear bis face with the foam ing saliva! An expressive grimace did not escape the slie barber. "My dear sir," said she. "I don't treat Ion at I do my other cntomers. bec-anse perceive very well that yon do not be long to these parts." . By Jupiter t Madam, what do yon in their ease?" "Why, air. I spit on their cheek, in gtead of spiuine into the soap box. Gmrritr da EtaU Uh. "Yon get drank every morning," said ene drunkard to another; "yon are wrong; I drink too, but only when my business is done." ' J'Oh." answered the other, "If I get drank in the morning, my bnsi nu is done for the day' , farmer. The Chinese Sugar Cane. Messrs. Hedges & F:ee, corner of Main and Water street), Cincinnati. fnrnUh the following directions, in reference to the choice of ground, time of planting, manner of planting, cnltivating, strip ping, and entting the Chinese Sugar Cane, when it is grown for the purpose of making syrup or sugar, which have been gathered from practical men, who have had experience in the field, in the sugar-growing districts of this and other countries : Choice or G hod so. Upland soil is better for sugar thn low ground, though the latter may lie a strong, deep toil. It is supposed that' the saccharine miller in plants is tbsnrbed chiefly from the at mosphere. Though a larger growth of aio can le te n.ed on low ground than on high, there will be move water in the asp ; and, tut the cost of pressing and boiling is 'considerable, it is not alu-ayx desirable to produce the largest growth, but, rather,the richest juice. Time of Plastixo. The s?el of the Chinexe Sorgho, or Sorgho Sucre, tdionld not be planted till the ground has become warm to a considerable depth. If the season is backward, as the present spring, the 1st or 10th of June will do very wel'. Mr. Whitney, of Washington, D. C, rained his best seed, last year, from seed planted on the 8th of Juno. Manner or Plaktiso. All agree that one seed in a place, eight or ten inches apart, running north and south, gives the hest growth, and renders its maturity more certain and nnifnrm. It should 1h borne in mind that the Sorgho or Imphee siooiaoni nue wiie.it; that h. one seed produces several stalks ; ami it is, there fore, not only useless bnt detriment il to a good growth of the let cane to plant the seed too thi.-k. As Fght and air are essential to the lest growth for sugar, it is netter.as a general thing, to have too few than too manv stalks : therefore, no harm is done if a few hills fail to oome np. as they prohaiily will when there is but one seed in a place. Cpi.tivatiox. This does not differ from the cultivation of Indian corn, ex cept that it should be watched when near maturity. When it is inten led to make snear or molasses, the seed-head should l plucked out This should he done after the seed has formed, and l efore it begins to fill ; that is, before it begins to assnme a milky appearance ; or, in other word--, while the seeds are yet of a green rolor inside. The seed-heads are easily pluck ed ont by grasping the head and jerkins it upward. In a short time nfter this is done new panicles will shootout from the joints below, on which new seed-heads will form. As soon as the seed in these new heads have Iiegnn to form, the whole stalk should be strinped bare of all its leaves and panicles, leaving nothing but the naked trunk. Rtrippixo. This operation is perform ed very quickly by those accustomed to it. It is done with an instrument shaped mnch like a pruning-hook. only it is larger, ami is not sharp. A stroke down ward with this , instrument, close to the stalk, strips off not only the panicles and blades, bnt, also, the sheaths arpnnd the stalk at the base of each blade. Ift1 e instrument is sharp, it does not clean the stalk so well, and, besides that, it would be likely to wound the stalk, and cause it to sour. Cdttixo This may he done as soon as the stripping is complete.!, but not till the mill and the kettle are all ready, as the cane should bo ground as soon as it is expressed : otherwise the quality of tne syrup ma'le from it will be inferior, and it will be nearly impossible to make sugar from it all. Boilixo and Grasclatixo. Under this head, at some futnre tim-i, we pro pose to give the best process known " ;n this Country, first testing them ourselvcg, however, so that we can speak from acti al knowledge as lo the practicability of granuiat:ng the tj'unese syrup. We havo some beautiful samples of snear ana a sample ol alcohol, at o r office, which were obtained from Mr. Leonard Wray, of Europe, who claim to b. in possession of a process by which the Chinese syrnp can be granulated suc cessfully by the most inexperienced hand. We shall test his process thoroughly some time in June, so as to be ahle to communicate the resnlt in ample time, for those who may chose to adopt it in their operations this season. Ohio Val ley Farmer. Hixts to Farmers. Toads are the best protection of cahKago against lice. Plants, when drooping, are revived by a few grains of camphor. Sulphur is valuable in preserving grapes, die., from insects. Lard never spoils in warm weather, if it is cookeil enongh in trying out. In feeding corn, sixty ponn Is ground, goes as far as one hundred pounds in the kernel. . Corn meal should never be ground very fin. it injure tho iiehne of it. Tnmips of small size have ilonble the nutritions matter that large ones have. Bugs and other vermin are kept away from grain by a sprinkling of garlic when packing the sheaves. Money expended in drying land by draining or otherwise, will be retained with ample interest. Labor Saved Withoct Washixg Editor Prarie Farmer : I saw in your paper of Feb. 5. h. an article headed ''La bor ssved in washing." Now, as I am one of those oVrr ereatnret a voting far mer's wife and may instruct the older nnes. I think that I have a receipt for la bor-saving witl ont waohiiig. and as all of onr pr.iirie farmers are not near a drng-, gist s shop, this recipe will be acceptable to washer-women and fa-rner wires. Put yonr clothes to soak over night ; wring them ont, soap them, pnt them in a boiler of soft water, then pnt them in white ley. abont as mnch as ron would to make hard water soft. Boil and snds them ont. Then scald the second time nns them and bang ont to dry. . Who will try ? One who has. With a near market, the trarden is the moat profitable part of the farm; so mnch value is not produced anywhere else, in proportion to the cost of production. for itr jltrap BALLAD. JIY MI STREW IS THE SEA. Ob! sW tbat aaaly seal of aid. Wbo saaa witb kaer-fck flea My tore, k b aiy tassel koU; My fist! iss is Ike sea. Lei badsasra say oarb ekiaiaf ware May deark ba, while wa n; Tu tree, bat derm rr that fru, - Tbaa seani fekla laea. threS ea, thea Irerrx. mmi ten Keloid My sails srhita wiaji to lea; - My ksee.it is ejymsel bald; My aialf Jsa-is the sea." - "Oh! what eaa be a ieeefirr sigtit, Tbaa yoa eeseawr oTklaa, The wares all prMinjr ia the Kffct, The leaart of goMra haet My canras shines like parrst saow, Vj sir -naer. ia tl sna, Sees eriiatoa wiaf , and lo aaj fro The si riekiae. ses-kir Is ns. Lon-. long anay T, or eceaa rnM, Fiat oa. wl'h be-r-'eh W, My lore, il is ay reseel bolil; My aii'rrss is tbe sea." . "Froa boy lo aaa, 1 1rrried to prisa - Tho 'r'edea of the deep; IVa sail'd beaeath far sahry shies, I've seea the saawrifi's beep. Ko wooseat here allrr d ay beeit FrMa ita aeeostaa'd fist; Tba jays to taeet, tba paax ta psrt. Lie aawak'd ia this breast. I woeM aat cbaof far shiaiaf fold. This life tbat sails tho free; My km, it is ay eassel bald; My ai stress is the sea." CHEEr.rcLNEss. -r- Among the wise things for which the name of Benjamin Franklin is worthy of honor, we noticed the following. It contains a good deal of sound counsel : "I noticed a mechanic, among a num-b-r of others, at work in a bouse erected but a little way from my office, who al ways appeared lo lie in a merry humor, who had a k.itid word and a cheerfu' smile, for every one be met. Let the day l ever so co! I, gloomy, or siiuless, a happy smile danced like a sunbeam on his cheerful countenance. Meeting him one mor.'.ing, I asked him to tell me the secret of bis constant happy flow of spirits. " 'No secret. Doctor,' replied he. "I have got on of the l-et wives, ar.d when I go to work she always has a kind word of enconragement for me; and when I go home, she meets me with a smile, and she is sure to.be ready, and she has done so many things during the dsy to please me, that I cannot find it in my heart to be nnkind to any person." "What influence, then, hath woman over the heart of man, to soften it and make it the fountain of cheeiful ami pure emo'ions. Speak gently, then ; a happy smile and n kind word of greeting after the toils of the day are over, cost noth ing, and go fur towards making home h;,i,i'y-"1 TorcHixo Delicacy. There were many little occurrences which suggested to ine, with a great consolation, how nat ural it is to gentle hearts to lie consideiate ind delicate to any inferiority.' One of these particular'y louche." me. I hap pened to stroll Into the littb church when a marriage was just concluded, and the young conple hail to sign the register. The bridegroom, to whom the pen was first handed, made a rode cross for his mark. The bride, who come, next, did the same. " Now. I had known the girl when I was last there not only a the prettiest "irl in tbe pbve, bnt as having d:stinguisbed herself in school: and I could not help looking at her wirh some surprise. She came aside and whispered to me, while tears of honest love and admiration stood in her bright eyes : "Ile's -a ilear fellow, miss, bnt cannot .vrite vet. He's going to learn of me, and I would not shame him for the world. What need I fear when there was this nobility in a laboring man's daughter? Newspapers. Judge Longsreet, of Georgia, whose views on any subject are sensible, practical, ami worth treasuring, thus sets forth the value of a newspaper : "Small is the sum that is require.1 to patronize a newspaper, and most amply remunerated is the patron. I rare not how humble and unpretending the gazette he takes, it is next to impossible to fill a sheet fifty two time a year without pnt ting in something that it worth tho snh siription price. Every parent whose son is off from home, should snpply him with a paper. I well rememlver what differ ence there was between those of my schoolmate who bad. and those who had not Jiccess to neivspape 8. OthT things being equal, the h'ist were decidedly superior to tho last in debate and com;iosition ut least The reason is plain thev havo command of more facts. Youth will peruse a paper with delight, when they will read nothing else." Mcstakd. Every family needs a tittle mnstaid. It is good in several diseases, and is quite agreeable, especially in the spring, as a seasoning for beef and cork. Now don't go to the store to bny it. for un n,..ui. "u win pun-iio jmuan meal, with little mustard in it. if yon do. Just raise it yourself. Select a little spot in a comer, and sow it. n t too thick. When it it fairly np, thin it ont so that the plants shall not cUnd less than one and a half feet apart. Watch the time for harvesting when the pods turn of a light hne. Spread tho tops where they will become very dry, before threshing; dry the seed afterwards. Grind in a common pepper-mill. OAi'o Farmer. Osk. One horu !ot in the morning by lyinit in bed, will pnt back and may frnstrate all the husiness of the day. One hole left in the fence will cost ten time as mrch as to fix it at one. One b id habit indulged in or submit ted to, will sink your power of aelf gov ernment as quickly aa one leak will aink a ship. One drinker will keep a whole family poor and in trouble. "One sinner destroyeth mnch goou." lien, in the health and vigor of their ae, anonld endeavor to fill their lives with reading. wj'h travel, with tho best conversation, and the worthiest of actions. either in public or private stations, that they may have something agreeably felt to feed on when they are old, by pleasant remember an ces. RUFUS R. EDWARDS. WHOLESALE GROCER, IMPORTER 4t DBJLXB XS F0RCIGI ASD tOUESTIC WISES A5D LIQUORS, Main, Betweea PraaeU dV Jale Streets, ST. JOSEPH. MO, A3 now in store, and to arriTe thnmrhoat L JL the season, the large and best assorted stock or urocenee, w ine and Liquors, ever be fore offered in this market, aad to parcbaaerst (I my remark,) socb ladacemeou will be offer ed, tVat I may defy competition. 8O0 nxcki Rio coffee; 1000,000 CD SB caps; 380 hbds N O sugar; llOqrbbt.okiMrackrl 200 pack eu Java coffee l'&ilos93bonpbckts 10W kers asils assorted 25 dot floor sieve! 321 bblsandhlrsmolas lOObozetSrecrAckers; 20D kegs molaasej, 100 dot yeast powders; 411 boxes soap; iuu boxes starch; 210 bxs Ullow candles; 75 half boxes Aw. 590 bxs whole, hlrt a 63 boxes pickles, half qrs star candies; gallon; 250 boxes chcee; 50 bu anart sickles: 3000 sacks dairy salt; 500 bndla wrap; paper; 700 pekgs teas different 100 bndla wr.ipz twine; prides; 300 bu Scotch herring 390 boxes tobacco; 275 boxes raisins; 2500 sacks G A salt; 200 keg S C soda; 25 tkt fresh Car. rice; 10 bbis cream tartar; 200 bbls vinenr; 100 bbls almonds, fil- 150 bbis crashed sngar; berta Brazil nub; 75 bbls tmlrerized do; SO ken far lead: 150 doxeo bed cor-!s; 70 eases hlf a quarter 400 bags assorted tool; sardines; 100 gross Slacking; 51 bxs toaito ketchup 200 bxs chalk a atone 300 bit window glass, pipes; asaarUd; 120 bbls mackerel; - 50 dot well backets; 80 half bbls do; '. 40 sack pepper; 50 bxsleswoe trrwpj .25 ticks allspice; 175 bxs quart flasks; 100 boxes Cuba cigars; 100 boxes pint do; 1000,000 Bue dirarr. as. 6000 gains. stone ware; WINKS k LIQUORS. 300 mats cassia; 500 bbls whiskey; 75 doz wash boards; 400 half bbfaj do; 1 no bxs pepper sauce; 100 bbls cognac brandy 50 doz h!f bnismeae: 40 bbt N E rum; 200 bxs smoking toUae; GO bW Americas gia;' 50 boxes citr n; 10 cutis F sreign do: 75 frro. playing earth; 141 k;s cherrr Imindy 81 cose mustard; 7 qr pipes old Mid.; 400 bxs assorted earn!; 93 bV old Bjurb m 10 c ises indigo whike; CObblstir; 161 k? French brand 100 kegs s.-J-iratiis; 41 bbls Mtlaga wine; 500 doicn orstere; 25 qr piics port do; 25 bbls ginger; 3S bbls peach brandy; 2 Ml nests tuU; ' 50 bbls old pre whiidi v 100 baskts champagne; 50 hlf bbls Mai. wine. As a great portion of the above good are my own direct importation, or purchased from 8 rut hands, and are offered fm cash, purchasers would do weJ to e xamine mv stock, and eomosre pri ces. RUFUS R, EDWARDS, june 18, '57, 6a. . . SPAULDJNti HOUSE, WniTK CLOUls, KANSAS. 7 order to do justice w the rapidly increasing trarellinz and local ens torn, the Proprietor of this House has determined to make a large addition to it, and fit it ap to accommodate the public in ths boat style. 1 1 is" House still, remiins open, where he will endvaror to entertain aad render comfortable all who mT f.ivor him with a call. The patronage of the public is respectfilly solicited. june 11, ol, ly. A. C BEVAN, nOUSE, SIGN, AND OREGON. MO. june 11, '57, 3m. WILLIAM MAOUILKEN. House, Sign, and Ornamental Tainter, GLAZIER, PAPER IIAXGER, &C, WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS, rS prepared to execute all work of the above If.nit. In .tiMrin, in,mw. fferinfr had thirty-fire years' experience, he flatter himself Ik.l 1.1a n.lr mrill MltlMM rdVilf-jKlV With (hat .un. ilia wvm ... . . - - - of any other peit in West of the Missouri River. ..... . r. . .. i- ii. . Will also attenu t pumnj on r ire ana nm tr Pr.wifnd rSrueel Roofin" hsvin" had much experience in business Of this character. july 2, oi, tl. a. o. Tossxr. ssmoel lurn.i, Surveyor Civil bngtneer. TOMREY &. LAPPIN,' Land & CJeneral A?cnts& Surveyors WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS, WILL promptly stteud to investing Money, parins Taxes, locating and selling Laud Warranti. Surverinc Town Sites, sub-diriding Scctioua, r-te. Will bny nd sell Town Sh ire and Town Lots, aud do a General Agency Bus- ESS. REFERENCES. J. W. PasKxa, Parker's Express, Iowa; E. B. KaisnrLO, President Michigan CenralCollege; J- Basses, President Alleehanv Colleffc: Hon. B. G. Thisadocx, Teua.; Jsmes Fosteb, Oregon, Mo.; Hon. J. P. Holiest, Auburn, K. y. June 4, -a, ij.- . Great Incitement on the Frontier! BORDER RUFFIANS ADOCT TO IN VADE KANSAS I BT late advices from Oregon, Holt County. Missouri, we lean that KAUCIIF.K eV JESTER are about to invade oar peaceful nbnd', armed to the tectif with CHAIRS, BEDSTEADS, TABLES, CRIB, and a great manv other Household conveniences, too tardi- on to m -nti rn, which they expect to sell st fair prices, and for Caih. They wil! spare neither age nor sex, rich n no r, (will tr.ist Jie honest poor, and t ike the money from tbe pen,) uign nor low. N oolitic il or religious creed cm be taken as an excue for not p.-clias:ng their work, as iles as good as any in the c aairy, and is more dnrab'e than all the furniture everidiip ped from St. Louis or Cincinn iti. The people h ive been hoaibuggcd with E i-tern tr.h long enough, and it is high time now th it iher onen their eve, and " knock under" to KAUCHER t JE3TER. All classes of sooiety men of aTl conditions, from tbe cradle to the grav " il 10 thcir advantage to call cpou (hem for whatever they may want. h KAUCHER & JESTER Are prepared to execute all orders fur Coffins, with neatness and despatch. Job Work of every description done to order. ETD imaged FuroUor of every deacripsioa repaired. . Thev mv be fotrad at their Head Quarters, near Utt k Watson's Steam Mill, Oregon, Mo. june 4. '57, tt REGULAR ST. J White Clood, Council BInffs, AXD 0TI1HI WEEKLT JACKET. The Ll?at D.-an Stemer WATOSSA, CAPT. G. A. REICHENEKER, Will Ieare weeklv, for tbe above and aU Intermediate Point. This Boat has been purch-ed by tha citiiena ofSL J r-aph, torua as a Weekly Packet be tweea St. Joseph and Omtha; aad will posi tively be kept regular! e in this trH- Jotsraws k Baieoe, Agent st Wiite Clorsd. jane 4. '57, tt so. . KAMon. Mat. s. molott. sir. . latns. L DAMON & CO, Iatyorters aad Wbolsraale Dealer fa HXSJLTXZ33, W1U13, Liquors and Cigars, Na. ITS Seeondst. BeCGrewakXerfma SAOT LOCO, XO. -Agtats ter Xeleay ft TQbv'a Alcotol, Colojue Spit, Sfiril 6u & Camjiene jmM4.57,t WANTED 22,000 Cords Wood! I WILL pay Cash for 9,000 CORDS WOOD, as or near White Cloud, Kacsaa. juae 4, 57, tf. 1. II. UTt. 9 WANTED. 2,000 SawLogrs, WILL pay Csh for 2.000 SAW-LOGS, delivered at White Cloud, Kansas, jane 4, '57, tf. J. H. DTT. s.-PrSrg S 3 ,2 n I 3 " C E c"l o F3 f H x 2 f ' & s i 5 - J Co &cv 2 5 s M-i. 5 tS- ft I" m. w. rcrsa. j. at. raaua. PclTEIi, FHAZER & CO.. DEALERS IN DEY OOODS, OR0SE2IES, Biatt, Siie?, Utt?, Cm, Binoct$, QrELN'SWATE, I'tHX, XA'LS, CUTLEUT. . DIU.'G? AN PATENT MEDICINES, OREGON, MISSOURI, RE now in receipt of one f the largest ansl , ..m.ktwtji rftnclc nl'O hiilt erer nffir- i .t'.m miplriM tn wliiM, ih.. rr-tneetlrTle ..II .1. rlntiiin nf tiirir frieml an 1 eutovrer. ... i . -- and all others wanting cheap and serviceable . ... 1 1 1 I TJ.I I Goods, w e masc iron, uaruwirv, .it Liiui. nfCMMtr-n1 T.miTb. a lMiiln? feature in our business. Persons desiring tlrcsw kinds of goods, will nrxl ours uie tarKea u t ... .HAMAnt eKovo ths NorLiw&T. Drags and Patant Medicines are also a leading . . . i.-.l I...:,. u. leature in our ousiuems, w rn.cn u.i esoecial attention of persons wantinaany thing In that line. " . . We take all kinds of Country produce at tne l.:&..uw otr savers rwia atl alhn'i fur Goods. We are d.termined to sell our Good at as Vow figures as any bom in the West. Can ana see for yourselves. june 4, '57. tf. Look Ont for the Mammoth Blue Martar! PETER, FRAZER &. CO., OREGON, MO., Dr;il(rs in Dmzs, Medicines, PAINTS. OILS. DYE STUFFS, Glass and Clusware, PATENT MKDTCINfX TOBACCO. CIGARS, FAINT BRUSHES, Perfumery, Soaps, ToUet Artieles, Fine Liquors for Medical Purposes, Ac. june 4, '57, tf. ALL ve who are thirrtr. call at the Drug St,." nf PF.TF.R FRAZER k CO.. and get a glass nf cool, spu-kl:ng SODA WATER. Oregon, M ).,june 4, 'a, u. WINDOW OI.AS, HXI', 10X12. 10XU, ii.YI.1 19Yl!. l.ta. fX2i. 20X!O. 24X :6, for sale v.nr low, hv rc.ltn, ikmlk m w. Oregon, Mo., jnne 4, '57, tf- HT. BLOW'S PURE WHITE LEAD, for sale at rcdiired pree, b PETER. FRAZER k CO. Oregon, M ., june 4, 57. tf. A LARGE lot of PURE FRENCH QUI NINE, forVvnrv Uw,be PETEt. FRAZER k CO. Oresron, Mo., june 4, '57, tf. I)ERfON3 wiliins to bur GENUINE PAT ENT MEDICINES.' would do well to purchase of the undersigned, aa they b ve thr exc'uaive Agency for this place, of alt the mo t popular one in use. rtl LK, r ItA-bCn. S Oregon, Bio., june 4, '57, tf. J. J. RULEY & CO., DEALERS IN READT-MIDE CL0TDIXC, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, And Every Variety orGents' Furnishing Goods. Ban", P'aia fc Faaev EavelopeseV Cards, PLAIN 119 TANCT LXTTXR PArZX. School Paper, Fens,' Ink, &c, &c., 2torlh-Eat Corner Public Square, OREGON, MO. jime 4. '57, ... i GORGE P. LUCKHARDT. Watchmaker, and Dealer in WATCHES, CLOCKS JEWELRY, OREGON, HOLT CO., MO., 'T1AKES the liberty to inform the citizens of L White Cloud and vicinitv, that he has opened a Watch, Clou and Jefcelry Store in Oregon, Holt Conner, Missouri, "here he will keep constantly on hand, and fr sale, a good asaortment of Gold and Silver Watches, Clock and Jewelry, which he will sell extremely tow, fs Cash. Also, a to lot of Violins. Aocorde cms. Silver aa4 Plated Spectacles, Gobi Pea, with Gold and Silver Extcnwoa Cases, Silver Thimbles, e,c He is prepared to repair Watches, Clocks and Jewelry of every descritioo, ia the best manner, aad on the moot reasonable terms. Ererv article bought to Bis establishment, i warranted to be what thev are represented to be. Watch repairing warranted for ooe year. jane 4, tl. TO THE PUBLIC. DR. G. & NUZUM, THANKFUL to the tilisens of Iowa Q Point and vieiuitr, for the liberal pat- t rooage heretofore extew el to him, in bis pru-Ces-ion, would solicit a continuance of their fa vors. He will promptly and faithfully attend to all call in the various branches of hi profrsnion. anl will always, when not professionally engag ed, be found in Ms office, at the Store of Leach k Patterson. Iowa Point, Doniphan County, Kansas. July 9, 57,3m. j. a. Douiaif. - r. a. wist. DOLMAN & WEST. Auction & Commission Merchants, AND DEALERS IN REAL ESTATE, STOCKS, &C, East Side Market Swmare, ST. JOSEPH, MO. f QNEY btvected in Landaand Loans; Land i'l Warrsnta located in Miasotrri, Kaneuaod Nebeuka; Taxes of aofrrasidentm paid; Col lections mad aad promptly remitted; Incroiries protaptiy answered; Particular attention paid to the snb-divisioo of Laada, aad Sales at Aaction. We are prepared to receive aad nor Good oa CooaigBjBeat. woe 4, '57, tf. III 3 Hi ?1 O & fJ I H S Zm "? If 3 W ?r 3 ST If 3- 1 DANIEL ZOOK, Wholesale aad Retail Dealer ia DRUGS, MEDICIXES, PAINTS, OILS, DYE SNIFFS, Fine Teas, Cigars, Tobacco, Perfumeries, . 7L.VSS7 AVrZSSlS. 31 5., OREGON. MO. . June 4, '57, tf. C. E. BALDWIN. . Wholeaala aad Retail Dealer ia CIocks,Watches,Jewe!ry GKKMAN SILVER & PLATED WA1K, LAMPS. Packet fatltry, rart Blasles, TANCT ARTICLES, PIAV3S, KliODXOJI, And Musical InrtraiiiPnti orEvery Description. SECOND STREET. ST. JOSEPH, MO. june 4, '57, tf. M. JEFF. THOMPSON Real Estate A;ent, 8AINT JOSEpn, MISSOURI. rANDS Entered and Warranta Located ia i Missouri, low i, Kinsaa and Nebraska. Improveil and unimproved Linds fT sal ia Bnchtnan, Andrew. Holt, Atchison, Nodaway, Gentry, Clinton, DeK ilb and Caldwell Counties. Select an I Locate f.r distant dealers on the most favorable tenna. Examine aad valae Istnds sad pay Taxes for non resident. - Land Warrant Bought and Sold. Having Surveyed a Urge portion of Missouri, Kansas aad Nehrk, the Utter for Govern ment, I tra particularly posted !n regard to the valua of Land. I eaa furnish- bind Hmttcis with all the infomatioa accessary to auk a good selection. juae 4, '57, tf. SHAPLEIGH, DAY & CO.. IMPORTERS AND DEALER t IN Hardware, Cutl ery &Guns 10 Mtla trjet, ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI, june 4, 57, tf. LOCI SI CABS. . aLSsxe ease L & A. CARR. WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Bjoks, Paper, Stationery, kr.. No. 49, N trth Ma'a Street, ST. LOUIS, MO. june 4, '57. tf. C F. JENNINGS. Forwarding and Commission Merchant, ' WHITE CLOUD, K. T. Wbolcsate& Retail ! T AM receiving and opening a Urge aad eom I plete stock ol' DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE, ftUEENSWARE, SADDLERY, , CLOTHING, HATS k CAPS, BOOTS k SHOES, PAINTS Jt OILS PATENT MEDICINES. DRUGS, c.,tc. Also, a large lot of BUILDING MATERI AU PINE LUMBER, DOORS and SASH, which I will sell at a small advance on Lntiis cost. C. F. JENNI NGSt While Clnml, Kansas, June 4, 1-57, tf. 'PHE undersigned havr formed a eo-partnerv L shin, under the firm of LIKEN? BOYD, As Qaasral Land anil Ital EsUtte Afia'a, and will give prompt attention to all and every branch of business pertaining to Real Estate Agencies uch as the-Entry of Lands, ia any of the N irth-Western S Lairs and Territories, either bv Land Warrants or by Mmey. We will alo attend to the purchase and sale of improved Real Estate, Town Lots, Ac LAND WARRANTS BOUGHT AND SOLD Remittance by Lin I Warr.nt, or exchange ou some one of site princioil eitif. mnl tecum pany aU orders. - JOHN If. LIKENS, JOHN W. BOYD. REFERENCES. TTon. C. J. Fiulkner, of Virrinis; H n. Wm. H imhleton, of M irvland; Wm. M. M irshall, E., of Hagerstown Bank, M irrland : Hcnrv M. Brent, Eiq., Cashier of Valley Bmk of Virginia ; Cato M'Mrre, E., Cashier of Valley Bmk, Ch ir!etown. Vir.nnia; : D. Barkhart. C isliier of Bank of Berkeley, Yirtritua; Allen C. Hammond, M. D., Serkeley Co Vinrini ; Drakely k Ftnton, Biltimore, Ml.; Jitsiah Lee k Co., B inkers, Biltim-ire; . Brown k Johnston. Bankers, Vicksburgh, Misaissippi; Cuddy, Brown ft Co., New Orleans; ' Jick k Bra, Lonisrille, Ky.; Andrew Hunter, Ei., Chariestown, Vs.; Jesse D. SlinglufT, President of Commercial It Farmer', Ruik , Balti more ; W. Boll man. General Superintendent Balti more and Ohio Railroad ; Forsyth A Baker, Wheeling, Vs.; Be la M. Hughes. St. Jeeepfa, Mo.; Silas Woodson, " " Reuben Middleton, " - E B. Webb, Ctrml, IT!.; A. T. Stewart k Co.. New Tork; Girt. Oxtnn k Sloaa, " jane 25, 57, tf. Nebraska City Insnrance Companr. CAPITAL STOCK, lO.OOO. Ke'irasVa City, H. T. THIS Company, urwler a liber il Chtrter, ie now fullv organised, anil tlvlr nt re Cap ital Stock of Fifta Tbaa amd D U-tn, paid in and secured. They are prep ired. from this dale, to grant onen policies, and tike risks, anon co.ua terms wiih the moat favored Insurance Compa ny any where. Havin; adopted tbe mutual principle, ita patrons, without iaearrin; any Ua bility. will shire ia the profile of the Companr. The operations of the Company will be eont ned, for the present, to Maaivr w Caaao risks, with a maximum liability of $1230 ua any oo bott-m. B ang the ea'y Insnraoe OOee, oa the above popular plan. West of the Missouri, it cm Went fv expects a geiuroiu sappurt from Westera Merchants. They respectfaliy tnvitt th Kissowrt Xlver patronage. DIRECTORS: 8. F. Nocsoua, Caaa, F. Hoctv. H. P. Brnmr, I. L. Aaaernose, W. N- Hiacaaan, Mil W. Baowa, A. A. Baaoroaa. OFFICERS: CHAS. F. HOLLY. PraaUnt. J. GARSIDE, SacTatary. St. Ltu;. Agent Cot- W. P. Howaaa. june 4, '57, 4m. MARRIAGE GUIDE, bv DR. W VJ.TnUNG. MARRIAGE GUIDE, by DR. WM. YOUNG. MARRIAGE GUIDE, by DR. WM. YOUNti. MARRIAGE GUIDE, bv DR WM-YOUNG. MARRIAGE GUIDE, by DR. WM. YOUNG. MARRIAGE GUIDE, b DR. WM. YOUNG. M ARRIAGE GUIDE. 7 DR. WM. YOUNG. MARRIAGE GUII'E Young's Great Phy iological Work: Th Pocket .Eecnl spiu. or every ooe his own Doctor, by Was. Yoang, M. D. It is written ia plaia language for the genera reader, and is illustrated with upward, of oo hundred ngravings. All young married people, or those coatempiating tnamage, and having the feast impediment to at wried life, should rad this book. Il msclosee secret that every aaeshoaJd be xx;nainted with; (till, it ia a book that must be kept locked op, and act n)abosthefcoaae. ItwiUhetent loaayeae on the Twcefe f twsBty-ftve eonta. Adreaa DR. WM. YOUNG, lSpraca 8 waet, above Faartb, fbiladslpbia. Pa. Jane 4, 'ST, ly. CATIIAItTIC PILLS fPRfUTK by their powerful InSiMite oa the . ' rateraal Tin tar a ta aurirr the blood and stiwia- .. wmuw aaaiuiT aermi. laey nwsuio raw eesstractiea of tho etosnack, bowela, liaer. and other tus of tho body, aad, by restoring thoir irraewlar aeooa ta hoalih, ornct, wherarcr they cs at, such Senna emeata aa ara the trat eaaaea of diawaa. Aa ntanarro thai mt tbm nrtoaa. by Proraaaor, Pbyaieiain, ad 1'mUe.ta. Wm .bows earn t Saa rerooa dieeeaea slmot mrjom beUef, wtrr tber mot subeUntiatod by prmm of aoeb axalted poeilioB and ebararter a to fotiud lb aniieioa of untruth. Tcrir aertiSeate are publianed m ray American Almanae, wbieb the A Kent briw btU are pleased to farniab frro to all inqnirine;. Annexed we rie Dirwrtmmm fta tbrir wo ia th complaint which tboy bare area fosrad to nrra. Fob CosrnvBitKSS. Take ooe or tww Pilla, or aneb quantity as to preailr mora th boaneia. Co tirearaa ia noonoaily the aanrrantiaa; eaua of Pi Laa, sad th euro of one eoraplaint ia the care of botli. No person can feel well while under a coatree habit of body. Heae it koU bo, aa it can be, prosopUe ratioeod. Fob Dvsrarsia, which ia aosnetiinea the ranee of r'eeriresiesi. and alwaye aneoaasbrlable, takamiM dnsws froiaoo torpor to atioialata tbe atswath aad brer lata healthy artioa. lhy will do it, aad the ktmltm n, sWoossrn. and aaajfSma of dyaoepasa will rapidly disappear. When it has finis, daa't ferret what rated yoa. For a Foi l "rruasCx, or UorUd nartVoa f IA Bosatts, wtueb prwoncea ssaaial dopnaaioa af the epinis aad bad With, lab from snsw ta eight Pilla at Int, aad saiailer dosja aftersrarsU, aalil actirity aad strength ia raatored ba the ai staaa. "oa NsBVoranarai, 8ica Uaanacaa.Natraaa. Pans as Oe Mraaaai. Bark, ar S,t, take frora bar to ercht pill on (nine; tu bed. If the, da sot oper ate auSi-mlly. uhe asora too aext day oatd they Oo. 1 baa carapiaiau will b swept out hows the systaaa. Drat't wear tbee and therr kindred dia order bacaaac yuur aioraacb ia fool. Koa .. rt i. Kuroirei.. arM mil flui sis fle .v,a. uka th Pills freely aad frequently, to keep th bowela "sen. 1 he rrnntioaa wdl rre'ner I'T ami beiria to rbmiassb and aisappaar. Many draad'ul alcrra and srr (lira been healed up by the puncrog and punfrina effect of theae Pilla, and eoase ditin disewa obirh neemed to aalnrate the whole sr. tern tare enoipletrly yielded to their inflaea-er learine th aalferer in perfect health. PatieiiU! ynnr dnty to society For hi da that ynn should parade younalf aronad tho world ooTcrod with piruplea, biotchaa, a leers, aorea, and all or any of th nacloa dranurs of th skia, beeaoa your ayaiera warns cieawaine. To Pcairv van Blood, thoy ar the host medi cine aver darTred. Tby should be taken freely and frequently, aad th ira parities which sew the ..ads of incurable diseases will bo wpt oat of the astern Eh chaff before th wind. By this wnpeiiy tby do aa ararh food ia preventing aickaeaa by th rcmarkabl eura which they af snaking ovary where. Lnfa CuHPLaisT, Jacamva, and aJt BUm Jjfmrtiam, aria from ansa derangement either torpidity, congestion, or obstructions of th Liver. Torpidity aad congestion vitiat ,h bile and render it nnSt for diaaatioa. This is disaatroo to th health, aad th eonstirntioo ia freqacntly ndar-. lined by no other eaae. Indigaatmn ia the symp tom. Obstruction of th duet which empties the fail into th stomach cause th bue ba itow into th Mood. This produce Jaundice, with a long and dangerous train of avira. CoatiTeueaa, or alternately coetiveneaa and diarrhan. prevail. Feveriah aymptoma. langnor, low spirits, woarineaa, restlessness, and melancholy, with anmetime in ability to aleep, and aometimea great drnwainnnl ; aomatiniaa there is sever paia ia tlia aide ; th skinv and Ih while of the eyea become a greenish yellow ; theatinnach acid; the bowrls sore to ih tuoch ; th wbol eyelata irritable, with a tendency to ferar, wbicb may turn to bilious frver, bilious eidic, bilious. diarrhrea, dysen'ttvy, e. A mrdiiira d-of three or fonr Pills taken at night. SdVunrd by two or tore in Ibe morning, and repeated a few d?.win ramoT the cause uf all theoe troubles, it ia w'irkrd to sntfrr inch pain when T"n ran enre them Sw Vt rmta. -. KHKCBATiaa, Uovt, ami mil Ittflmmmmtorii ft errs, are rapidly cured by the pnnfying effect of then Pilla upon the blond and the etrraulna which thev stfiird to the vital principal f Life. For tbaa and all kin died rompUiate they sbonld be taken ia. mild dioes, to-lnove th bowek" gently, bat freely. As a Disata Pill, this ia both aarerabl and useful. No Pill can be msdr more pk-asant to take, and certainly Done haa been made more etfectnal to th purpose (or which a dinner pill is niplyd. rREPAicn rr DK. J. C. AYEK A CO, Fraotioal and Analytical Chemiata. LOWELL, MASS., AND SOUl BT . ..- The .r,son: S'ircre k M.ic;, White Cloud, Kans-is; . Reed A Sturges, Iowa Tuiut, " Jt. N. York, Dmiohin, - J. II. M tun C i.. Brownvillr, Ncbriska; Peter, i-V.iser k C u, Oivim, M.i.; Kimiird, Ailtms k Co., St. Jiiui; V.in L-.tr k Bj-ittm, St Jjscph; An I by all P.wyrlsts. ja!y g, 57, ly. HH tl AratSaVwC'! U. ft lit '.JI Hat IMP3RTAXT ANVOUXCDI'-NTU ' pO all perion: afB cted witbSesud Diseases, X such as Sperm itorrhsra, Srmiml Weak ness, lmpo'eucc, Gjrjorrhow, Gleet, Syphilis, th" vie? of Onanism, or Self Abuse, dx dj-e. The Howard Assodatioa, Hs view of the wful destruction of hamin bfe, caused by dexual diseases, and the deceptiiias praeticadl urjon the onfortun ite victims of sncfr diseases by Q lacks, have directed their Cosamlriiig Sor- geon, as a en iniatM acs wonny at weir aame, to jive Medical Advice Gruis, to all persona thus afflcteil, who applv by letter, witb a des cription of their condition, (age, occapation, habits of life, &c-,) and in eiaea of estrem povertv snd suffering, to furnish Medicines Tree or Charge. The Howard Association is a benevolent In stitution, established by special endowment, fur -the relief of the sick aa l distressed, afflicted with "Virulent and Epidemic Diseases.' It haa now a surplus of mean, which the Direc tors have voted to expend in advertising the above notice. It is ro-edless to add thtt th Association commsnds the highest Medical skill of the age, and wl!t furnish the moat ap proved modern treatment. ... Just pubiiobeil, by the A sociation, a Report on Sperm itorrbara, or Seminal Weakr.raa, the rice of Onanism, I isturb itioa or Self-Abuse, ind other Disenies of the 8exail Organs, by the Consulliag Surgeon, which will be sent by mail, (in a sealed envelope,) Free of Charge, on the receipt of two stamp for postage. . i , n. r- en rj i?llUMIU PJi I'nfrvan, rvir7, v.s..iv snmm. ine Surseoa. Howard Association, Ho. S Soathi Ninth Street, PhiUierpbia, Pa- . By order af the Direct, a-. EZtA D. HAXTWELL, President. GEORGE FAIRC11ILD, Swerctary. Juae 4. "57, ly. B ITBLPHED EVES7 THU2SD1T, BT SOL. HII.LER, Editor aad rrpriear WHITE CLOUD. KANSAS. , r TEaaS $2 per Yer, la Adraaea- - : RATES 0F ADVERT 81 G. I wroare, () lines or Ivss,) on woek. ' Eich additional insertion. 54 I squire, one; car, . lKt Business Cuds, of i line or leas. 1 year, 5.13 L:beral d hactiuas will be aide to those who advertise b titer year. . i. The pririhtge of yearly adrertisera will be eon lined esclusirely to their own immediate busineas. . A Im n:stntir', E teen tor.'. Fmil Settle ment, Dixolutioa ami Petition Notices, aad announcing Candidate fur Odtoe, 1 00, ia a 1. vance. Displayed adrortiscmeBU will- be charged an extra price. Communications of a persona aatare not so li c ted; bat If admitted, they win be inserted aa nvmtetaeats, at fi'u per sqaara. : A lvertiseraest received, not marked fbeaav specified aomber of nuertiona, wilt be coatinaed until ordered out, and charged accordingly. AH transient advertisement must be paid for triet'y in advaae. lulls for advertising wiu be preeeated prompt ly , at th end of each quarter. Th above regnlsoiooa will be in aJI aaam tif IB v adhered to, uales varied by apeoiaIeearaet. CTJob Printing, of every denoiptioa, eaecaj. tod ia Ike beat style, cooa short nedce.