. , i .mended orrrjpealed by
fcr l or -here the necessity
ine first established. by.rerd.ct of
IT and the value thtror assessed ana peia.
J?', ItIhll be the duty of the Legisla
Je to provide for the organisation of cities and
"ed village, and to restrict their pow
,OC7adon. borrowing money, contracting
iJs, aod loaning their credit, so as to prevent
lbi The LeeiJature may incorporate
tanks of deposite and exchange, but inch bank
11 pot issue any bill, note, check, or other
naper, as money.
Src. 5- The Legislature may incorporate one
"k 0f discount and issue, with not more than
tranches, provided the act incorporating the
4 hank, and branches thereof, shall not take
Bntil it shall be submitted to the people,
rt jhe general elecUon next succeeding the pas-
f the same, and shaU have been approved
bja majority of all electors voting at such elec-
I tion. . , ,,
Sic. 6- The said ban ana Drancues man ire
.r,,nt liable for each other' debts or liabili
ty for' all paper, credits or bills issued, repre
ting money; and the stockholders in said
tit ? J '!,!..,. TT .w ManAn.
luk, or branches, snail tie iuui. urn.,,
' eible, to an amount equal to the stock held by
ileaa. tar all db's or liabilities of said bank or
! branches, and no 'aw shall be passed sanctioning
directly or indirectly, the suspension by aid
bank or it branches, of specie payment.
Sue. 7. The State shall not be a stockholder
d any bank, nor shaU the credit of the State be
given or loaned in aid of any person, association
ormeerporation; nor shall the state oocome
ttodholder in any corporation or association.
ARTICLE XIIL Militia. .
Srcno I. The Militia of this State shall eon-
tist of all able bodied male citizens of the State.
between the ages of eighteen and forty-five
vcars. except such citizens as now are, or here
after may be exempt by the laws of the United
States, or of this State.
Sic. 3. Any citlicn whose religious tenets con
flict with bearing arms, shall not be compelled
to do militia duty in time of peace, but shall pay
such an equivalent for personal services as may ;
be prescribed bv law.
Sec. 3. All militia officers shall be elected by
tie persons subject to military duty, within the
bounds of their several companies, battalions,
regiments, brigades and divisions, tinder such
rules and regulations as the Legislature may
from time to time direct and establish.
ARTICLE XIV. Edccatio.
Section 1. A general diffusion of knowledge
being essential to the preservation of the rights
and liberties of the people, schools, and the
means of Education shall be forct cr encouraged
in this State.
Sec. 2. The Legislature shall take measures
to preserve from waste or damage, such lands as
ktve been or hereafter may be granted by the
United States, (or lands or funds which may bo
receircd from other sources) for the use of schools
withia this State, and shall apply the funds which
may arise from such lands, or from any other
source, in strict conformity to the objects of the
Sec 3. The Legislature shall as soon as prac
ticable, establish one Common School (or more)
in each township in the State, where the chil
dren of the township shall be taught gratia.
Sec. 4. The Legislature shall hare power to
for the support and maintenance of Common
Schools, whenever the funds accruing from the
lands donated by the United States, or the funds
received from other sources are insufficient for
Pec. 5. The Legislature ehall have power to
pass laws for the government of all Common
Schools within the State.
ARTICLE XV. Miscellaneous.
Sectio.i 1. Lecompten shall be the scat of
government until otherwise directed by law;
two-thirds of each House of the Legislature con
curring in the passage of rack law.
Sec. 2. Every person chosen or appointed to
any office under this State, before entering upon
the discharge of its duties, shall take an oath
or affirmation to support the Constitution of the
United State?, the Constitution of the State, and
all laws made in pursuance thereof, and faith
fully to demean himself in the discharge, of the
duties of his office.
Sec. 3. The laws, public records, and the
written, judicial and legislative proceedings of
ths St e, ha!l be ondm-t 'd, promulgated and
preserved in the English language.
Sec 4. Aliens who are, or who may hereafter
become bona fide residents of this State, shall
enjoy the same rights in respect to the possess
ion, inheritance and enjoyment of property as
native born citizens.
Sec 5. No county seat shall be removed un
til the point to which it is proposed to be remo
ved shall be fixed by law, and a majority of the
voters of the county. Toting on the question.
shall have voted in favor of it removal to such
Sec. 6. All property, both real and personal,
of the wife, owned or claimed by marriage, and
that acquired, afterwards by gift, devise or de
scent, shall be her separate property; and laws
shall be passed, more clearly defining the rights
of the wife, in relation, as well to her separate
property as to that held in common with her bus
band. Laws shall also be passed providing for
the registration of the wife's separate property.
Sec. 7. The privilege of free suffrage shall be
supported by laws regulating elections, and pro
hibiting under adequate penalties, all undue in
fluence thereon, from power, bribery, tumult or
other improper practice.
Sec. 8. Treason against the State shall con
ist fdy in levying war against it, or in adhering
to its enemies, giving them aid and comfort.
No person snail be convicted of treason unless
on the testimony of two witnesses to the same
.overt act, or hi own confession in open court.
ILL Or EIGHTS.
That the general, great and essential prinriptes of Tiber
et and Fran sSovevaanent, aujt he rerjornisee and ataMtik-
ed, we W tare
let. That all Finen, ashen they forma aaeial cosnpnrt,
arteqnnlinriftita; and that no ataa or let of am. ate en
titled kt exclesive trparato emolnnentj or privileges, bat
in eouidenrioa of pnMie services.
, Id. All political power it inheioat ia the people, aad all
, & roKraawatt are fcoaaed on their aethoritj, and Insti
tated for their benefit, and therrtore thee have at all tintet
, aa inalienable aad indefeasible right to alter, refer or
. anuita their ferns of rovtrnaseat ia each manner as they
. Ji That eH persons here a aatnrnl and LaortWasible rirWt
te wersais Alsnujatr Gee, aeeotdiae to the dictates of their
own eonanenee, aod no penon eaa of rifht be eooapetted to
attend, evert, or snpport ur piece ef woritiip, er Munm
aa waioay araiant hit oaneeot. That no annua aatbority
eaa, in any caee wnatever, interfere with the rixots of oaov
ane that evirtieoos rise! ever ho green to any
""poo. eaMiehaKM or atone ef worshin.
4th. That the civil right, pnrilarr, or onpoeitiaa of a
arisen, nhal Una wiaa be dieataithed or cnlncjad aa ne-
SA- That all esretions ekall be free aad eonaL
. That the tightaf trial by Jwry, ehan reeaaia iwrioiate
YU- Efy eitinea any freely apeak, write, and pnMieh
Ma anuaeats on an snhjeeta, being respnoeihle tor the
. ' Tb PTse ihall be eecere ia their
' as roeaeaaieen, from narenannahlo eeiimre a
eeeeeK aad no nwnnt to taaeeh aay piano or toetiie any
ly ai atay be, or withoat prohaUe eaau, iwpaerted by euh
or aSnantiaa. In all onaiinnl puiam iien. nW n IM
baa a right to he beard by biauelfot eoaaatt, he dmund
thoaatnn and eaaeo ef the niinealiaa. nil . -
thereof, to he aonfroatod by the Trilaemi agaiae biaa, an
here eotnpaUory ptoeoea far obtaining wtaoeent ia bin fa
ear, and ia an prneacntiane by indierjaoataar -'rmwtiona.
a epeody pnblie trial by an impartial jnry ef the Coanty or
dintriet in which the aflhneo aaall hare been eaaniued ' he
ahaU not he eaatpelled to giro oeideaeo agaiaat hiamaat 'nor
hall be he deprieod of bii life, liberty, or property, bat by
dno eonrie of law.
fta. ThntnotreeotaaabaB bo taken or laqmaoaod, or
diseeiaed of bii freehold, libettiao, or prieikgea, or oadaw.
ed er exiled, or ia any eunef dntmred or drpneed ef hi.
life, liberty, or property, hot by the jndgnteat af hi! noon,
er the bw of the land.
10th. Noprmahnutortbo umt eflenoe he twice pat
ia jeopafdy of life, limb or liberty, ear ehnll any penaa'h
property ho tnkea or applied to the pablie see, anlem jnat
coaapeaeatioa bo naado thee fee.
11th. TnataSpenahloaahnnbo feaaaaahio, aadproaor
tieeed te the eatare af the offraee.
Kth. No prraan aha he hold to ontwer a aapiul, eretb
erwie iaramona crlaM, aaleaa aa the proeentment or indict
ment of a Grand Jery, er by impenebeneat in enaoaof in.
hellion, iaevrreotioa or Inraiion.
13th. That ao eonTiction ahall work commtion of blood
or forfeiture of estate.
ldth. That all prisonen ehaO be bailable by tnOeient ao
enrities, nnleM ia capital oBVnees, when the proof iaorldent
or the prMnmpUoa great, aad the prieilegee af adett car.
pu ahall aot to apeaded, anion when ineaat of rebellion
or ineaeioa, the pohlie safety may reqaire it,
15th. That oieessiTC bail ahall ia aa case bo reoaired,
nor exeeftira fines impmed.
ISth. That ao erpont fttU law, no any law impairiag
the obligations of ooatracls, shall erer ho made.
ITth. That fbrfeitores nod monopolies are contrary to the
genins of n republic, and shall aot be allowed, nor shall any
hereditary rmolament, prmleges honors erer be granted
or confirmed ia the State.
Irttb. That the citizens bare a right ia a peaceable man.
ner, to assemble together for their common good, to instmet
their represents tires, and apply to those ia trusted with the
power of goremment, far redress of grimaces or other
proper purposes, by adttrcee or remonstrance.
19th. That the citiiens of this Stale shall hare a right to
keep and boar arms far Uwireotemoa defence.
90lh. That no soldier shall, ia lima af peace, be quarter
ed in any boase without the consent of the owner, nor In
the time of war, bat ia a manner prescribed by law.
Si st. The military shall be kept in strict rubor Jinatioa to
the civil power.
2Sd. Emigration to or from the Stale snail not be prohib
ited. 31. Free aegraei shall aot be aerwitted to lire ia this
State, under any circumstances.
24th. This enumeration shall aot be construed to denror
disoaraee others retained hw lb MnU . .4 ..... I I
against any encroachments aa the rights herein retained,
or any transgression of nny of the higher powers herein del
egated, wo declare that every thing in tlii, ar.icle is eicep
ted out of the general powers of goeemment, aad shall for
ever remain inviolate, aad that all laws contrary thereto,
or to the other provisions herein contained shall be void.
Flcnox 1. That ao inconvenience may erise by reason
of n change from u Territorinl to a permanent State govern
ment, it is declared that all rights, actions, prosecutions,
judgments, claims, nnd contracts, ns well of individvnls an
of bodies corporate, except the bill incorporating hanks by
the last Territorial Legislature, shall continue as if no such
change had taken place, and all processes which may have
been issued under the unthority of the Territory of Kansas,
shall be re valid as if issued in the name of the State of
Sec. 9. All laws now in force in the Territory of Kansas,
which are not repugnant te this Constitution, shad continue
and be of form until nltered, amended or repealed, by a
Jgislainre assembled under the provisions of this Consti
tution. Sec. 3. All fines, penalties, and forfeitures, accruing to
the Territory of Kansas, shall enure to the nse of the State
Fne. 4. All reeognizinrcs heretofore taken, shall pass to,
and be prosecuted in the name of the State of Kansas ; and
nil bonds executed to the Governor of the Territory, or to
any other Officer or Court, iu his or their official capacity,
shall pass to the Governor and corresponili ng officers of the
State authority, and their successors in office, nnd tut the
nse tiierein expressed, nnd may be sued for nnd recovered
accordingly ; aad all the estates or property, real, personal
er miied, and nil judgments, bonds, specialities, rases in
nction, nnd claims or debts of whatsoever description of the
Territory of Knnsas, shall entire to, and vest in the State of
Kansas, and be sued for and recovered in the same manner,
and to the urns extent as the same could have been by the
Trrritorv of Kensus.
Src. S. An criminal prosecutions, nnd penal actions,
which may have arisen before the change from n Territori
al to n State Government, nnd which shall then he pending.
shall be prosecuted to judgment in the name of the State of
Kansas ; all actions nt law, aad suits in equity, which mar
V peading in the Courts of the Territorr of Kaasas, at the
time of the change from n Territorial to a State Govern
ment, mny be conti nned and transferred to nay Court of the
Statu which ahall bare jurisdiction of the subject matter
Sac. o. ATI officers, civil and military, holding their offi
ces under the nuthority of the Territory of Kansas, shall
continue to bold and exercise their respective offices until
they shall be superceded by the authority of the State.
Sac. 7. That this Constitution shall bo submitted so the
Congress of the Cnited States, nt iu next ensuing session;
nnd as soon aa official information has been received that
it is approved by tba same, by the admission of the State
of Kansas aa one of the aovereiga States of the Waited
States, the President of this Convention ahall issue bis
proclamation to convene the Statu Legislature at the seat
of government, within thirtrHme days after publication.
Should nny eacnney occur by death, resignation or other
wise, in the Legislature or other office, bo shall order an
election to fill such vacantly: freeidesf, however, in cans of
refusal, absence, or disability of the President of this Coa
rention to discharge the duties imposed on him, the Presi
dent pro tempers of this Convention shall pctfufin said
duties, and in case of absence, refusal or disability of the
President pre tempers, a committee, consisting of seven,
or a majority of them, shall discharge the duties required
of the President of this Coaventioa. Before this Consti
tution shall be sent to Congress, nsking for ndmissioa into
the Union as a State, it shall be submitted to all the white
male inhabitants of this Territory, for approval or disap
proval, ns follows: The Pee si dent of this Convention shall
by proclamation declare, that op the 91st day of Dene saber.
One Thousand Eight Hundred and Fifty-Seven, nt the dif
ferent election precincts now established by law, or which
mny be established as bereie provided in the Territory of
Kansas, an election shall be held, aver which ahall preside
three judges, or a majority of them, to bo appointed na fel
lows: The President of this Coaventioa shall appoint
three commissioners in each county ia the Territory,
whose duty it shall bo to appoint three judges af election
in the several precincts of their respective counties, aad to
establish precincts foe voting, and to ranee polls to be open
ed at each places ns they may deem proper in their respec
tive counties, nt which election the Constitution framed by
this Convention shall bo submitted to an the white male
inhabitants of the Territory of Kansas,' the said Terr i to-,
rr on that day, aad over the ago of twenty-one veers, for
ratification or rejection, in the following manner and fonn.
The voting shall be by ballot. The Judges of said erection
shall cause to bo kept two poll honks, by two Clerks, by
them spnoiated; the ballots oust at said election shall be
endorsed "Constitution with Slavery,' or "Constttutieu
without Slavery." One of said poll books ahall be return
ed within eight dnys ta the President af this Coarrentioa,
nnd the other shall be retained by the judges af election
nd kept open for idspecti on. The President, with two or
more members of this Convention, shall examine said poll
books, anal if it shall appear upon said examination that a
majority af the legal votes cast at said election be in favor
of the " Confutation with Slavery." he ahall immediately
have the same transmitted to the Congress of the I'nited
Ftatee as hereinbefore provided, let if upon sack exaaai-
aatioa of said poll books, it shall appear that a majority of
the legal votes east at said election are in favor eftha'Ha.
i,.,usn with no Stneerv." than the ankle providing Tor
Slavery shall be stricken from this Conotilation by the Pres
ident of this Coeventien, aad Slavery shall na hanger exist
IB the State ef Kansas, (sicept that the riru ef property
ia slaves now in this Territory, ahull ia no manner be interfered-with,)
a bo shaU beve transmitted the Constitution,
so rstiSed, te the Congress ef the Tailed Stales, as herein
before provided. In ease of the failure ef the President ef
this Ceaeantiea to anefarm the duties imposed apoa htm ii
the foregoing section, by reason of death, resignation, er
otherwise, dm same daties shall devolve upon tba Presides
Sac. 8. There shall be a general election anon tba first
Monday ia Jatuary, One Thuasinil Eight Hundred aad
Fifty-Eight, as to unadngt.d as the etesetean provided tor in
the Ttb section af this article, at which election there shall
to cbeeen n Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Otustery af
State, Audi tee af State, aad State Treasurer. Members af
the Legislature, and also a Member ef Ceegrese.
Sac.t- Any person nfmag m vseet ttoatoresaid eleo
rJaa nana raid Cnaatitatiaa shall if challenged, take aa enrh
ta ssnsnort the Coantitatiaa af the raited tataa, aad ta
support this Constitution if salopted, under the penalties nf
perjury under the Territorial Itura.
Sac 10. An efScers uppointed as carry lata eioaatiaa
the aa olivines af the farssyoiag nastinas. nhal, befaee aamur
iug upon their ehetieu, to aurora ta fuithfnpsrfattoan
ties ef their otfces, and in failure thereof, be enkjsot to the
ansae ehes joe nod psnshiss na am peosided ia kin cases
under Use Tsrrsserial laws.
Sac. 11. Tim eeV-ers pru.idsd fur ia the preceding eue
t"S, ehej receive far their eeevieeathe isms umin n
ties as is given la svnorrs far awrforsaing similar denies un
der the Territorial lawn.
Sic M. TtoOoewrsw and nl other oncers ahull eater
upon the eascararge ef their respective sratiea, ns soon after
tba aslmissnaa af tba rnntn sn'Kousaa, ns erne of the lede
pendens end sovereign States ef the I'aiest, ns saay be esss
veniesst. Sac 13. Oasis ef erlec sney bo administered by nay
Jastge. Justice af the Peace, or Clerks of nay Court of la
eurd ef the Territory, or Sense ef Ksstsus. email the Legis
lature af tba Stale amy ethersrise direct.
Scp. 14. After the veer One Then seed Eight Headend
aad Sirty.Poar, whenever tba Imwislnsneo sWI think it nec
essary ta sums, alter, aad change Bus Ceastitntioss, they
ahall rsesmmsnd te the eleesisrs, at tba ant genrrsJ e sec
tion, two-thirds of the m smarts snfeuch Hoarse tow erring,
an voce enrer against enlKac a Ceovesstion ; aod (fit ap
pears that a SMjofirr of all tba ertisrus of the State bare
weted for s Cnni sense, the Legislature shall at its pert reg-
alar session call a Convention, as consist af as many mena
kets ns there amy be iu the Henna of Reprtcnteties nt
rha lisne, ta be chosen in tba same manner, et the same pla
ces, and by the same elector, that choose tba Bepreseata
rlvee ; said delegates so elected, ahull meet within three
months after said election, for the parposa of r-vising,
amending, er changing tba Cesssti ration, bat aa nltrruioa
shall be usljr te affect the rights ef prnvrty ia the esraer
ship af slaves.
Sac. 15. Until tba Igislatnsc elected in aracJaaco with
the provisions af this Canstitntiaa than otherwise direct.
Urn salary af the Governor ahull ha t3.000 per annum ; and
the salary af tba Lieutenant Governor shall ho double Use
psr af a State Senator; nnd the pay of members of the Le.
gislntnra shall be $5,00 per diem, until otherwise provided
by the first Legists tore, which shall fix the salaries of an
officers other than those elected by the people at tba first
Sac. 18. This Constitution shall take effect nnJ bo in
force from aad after its ratification by the people as herein
before provided, ana t
Done in Convention, at Lsnoniptna. this the seventh day
of November, ia the roar of ear Lor J, One Thousand Eirht
Handled aad Fifty-cweess, nnd af the Independence of the
Cnited States of America, the eighty-aocond.
In terspsyw hereof, we hare boruaata subscribed ear
names. J. CALHOL V,
rwiint etist Ceaswntsenond DtlttmUfrtmtkt Cenntp
.arret sen Austin.
J. T. HEREFORD,
ISAAC S. HASK4LL,
H. ?. WILSON,
W. P. WELLS.
ALFRED W. JOKES.
OJTF.N C. STEWART,
L. S. ajouvn,
W. S. SPICELT,
THOMAS J. KEY,
n. V ASDF.Ssr.icE,
H. W. FORMA'X,
J. 0. HRNDERrXiw,
HI GH M. MOORE,
JOHN' W. MARTIN.
G. B. RF.DMAN.
J P. BR . ftFORO,
VT.M. A. HEISKEIX.
Jcjfi r.ion fWufr.
THOMAS D. CHILES.
W. H. SWIFT.
CVRI'H HOLM AS,
C. W. MrKflWN.
J. II. DANFORTH.
WM. H. JENKINS.
P AMI Kl, : REID,
C. K. MOBLY.
Secrstarp e tr Cenacntsssa.
The Cataract Blowic Up. "Bj the
arrival of Sir. Job CargIll ia this city
Inst evening, we learn that the Steamer
Cataract, one of the Lightning Line of
Eackets. was Llown op ahort distance
elow Glasgow, killing twentr-two per
son. The head clerk and chief engineer
were among the killed. We have not
learned any further particulars of the dis
aster. St. Jottpk QaztUt.
Millions of MoxeT. Not lesg than
thret wiilliom of Jollart have been with
drawn from the Banks and Bankers of
St. Lonis in the last thirty days. This
was mostly good money too. It has not
left the city. It if stowed away in se
cret places, nnd will return te active em
ployment, and to the bank vanlts, with
Onr farmers should by all means pro
vide suitable shelter for their stock with
At the residence of Judge R. S. Canon, in
Holt CountT. Missouri, by Rev. W. Fulton, Dr.
J. RosiMsopt, of Oregon, to Miss Acmes Canon,
of Uniontown , Pennsjl vania.
WHITE CLOUD MARKETS.
(Am Crrtcttd 4 C. F. Jtnningt.)
Flour, per sack of 96 lbs., ti to $5.00. .
Corn, bushel, 30.
Oats, " 60-
Corn Meal, " W.
Wood, 3 cerd. 5 00.
Eggs, doiea, IS.
Butter, &, 55.
Pork, " 6-
Lard, " 10-
Tallow, " I"-
Sugar, - 14.
Coffee, - H-
Rice, " I"-
Tea. " 60.tol.OO.
Salt, sack. 3.00.
Dried Apples, fl . 16.
Dried Peaches, 16f
Mackerel, " 8.
Molasses, fl gallon, 1-00.
Tar, " 50.
Vineirar, M 25.
Whiskey, " by the barrel, 60.
Nails, by the Keg,
ARE YOTJ SICK!
Then you can't be cured too soon. Don't de
lay nntil your complaint it incurable, and then
mourn when it is too late. . Four-fifths of all the
diseases which people the church-yards, might
be cured by Ayer'i Cathartic Pills, if taken in
season. Don't go dragging through the Spring,
Caint, sleepy and listlens, because your blood is
loaded with bile. Don't wear the Headache,
Heartburn, and their kindred disorder?, because
tout stomach is foul. Don't parade yourself
around the world, covered with Pimples, Blotch
es, Pice, Sores, and all or any of the unclean
diseases of the skin, because your system wants
cleansing. Don't show yourself about, lean,
haggard, all cared in, because your Stomach and
bowels need strengthening into healthy action.
Xfer'i Fills set these things right, as surely as
water quenches fire. They purify the body and
blood, and restore their functions into healthy
activity, which yon can feel as quick as they are
taken. They are the one great medical wonder
of the age, recogtnied by all who know their
virtues, and many thousands know them. Take
the C&trty Pectoral for a cough, and the PUU
tot all derangements requiring a purgative me
dicine. . .
Prepared by JAMES C. A TER, Practical and
Analytical Chemist, Lowell, Mass.
Sold by Shrere k Maey, White Cloud, Kan
sas; Reed k S targes, Iowa Point, do.; James
IS. York, Doniphan, do.; J. H Mann k Co.,
Brown ville, Nebraska; Peter, Fraxer k Co, Or
egon, Mo.; Barnard, Adam k Co, St. Louis;
Vaa Law k Brittan, 8L Joseph; aad by all Drag
gisU. ect. 1,57, 3m.
' 1 '-.I. .-J Tnmoi-tTITM Af t10 Vaslo I
auitiasu astaw. evwgtene. ess see sm ,iO y.,
AT WHITE CleOm, KAHSA&U
From Whitehead, via Iowa Fotut Arrives
rrfdav, 3 T. and depatrU S F. M., Mac day.
Oregon Mail, via Fores City Arrive!
Daily, at 1 1 o'clock. A M- and departs at 12
o'clock. H C. F. JENNINGS, P. M.
AiriTavla &nd Depwrtnrei of the Utilt,
AT OREGOJf, MfHSOlTtL
EASTERN MAIL From St. Joseph, Me.
Arriren 4 P. M, dailv.
WESTERN MAIL From Council Blufla,
Iowa. Arrires 9 A. M-. daily.
WHITE CLOUD MAIL Departs 8 A. M,
Arrives 3 P. M-. Dailv.
IOWA POINT MAIL Departs S A. M,
Arrires 3 P. M, Tuesdays and Saturdays.
. JAME3 J. RlJLET, t. M.
Merchant's Gargling Oa has become one of,
, ,? . , . .. - a. a. '
me most popular i.n,raru ...... - .ns
1 . 1 .n- ! swv-ua mrxA Mill, it
a sus irvnssrss, suue
has no equal in the world. Yi a are assured by
those who have used it for the piles one of
whom is a distinguished physician that among
all the various pile re roadies, none afforded such
speedy relief as the dargliag Oil. Raymond k
Patten are (he npenU. LtuiszUU (JTj.) Daily
Democrat, Jane 4, IMS. dee. 3.
Stoves! StOrtrf Stoves!!!
THl? subscrsberi have just received, from the
their awrrrtnTetrt of Cookiac, Dining-Room,
and Parlor Stoves, which they are confident
embrace a more extensive variety of superior
rattems, than bare ever been offered in the
The Massiilloa Stoves are so well known as
the heaviest, best finished and most economical
Stores that are mannfactored in the country,
that no assertion upon onr part is necessary to
impress the public mind with additional evidence
of their utilitv.
Also, a large number of superior Bella, suit
able for Churches, School Houses, Hotels, and
We shall at all times keep an extensive vari
ety of Tin, Copper, and Sheet Iron Ware,
of onr own maunfaeture, at St. Louis prices.
Having advantage, from our connection with
the Massillon Stove Company, over other estab
lishments, and being desirous of building up a
permanent Wholesale and Retail trade, we are
determined that no effort of ours shall be wanting
to make our Houee, in all re-rpectt, equal to sim
ilar houses in St. Louis, thereby making the ad
vantages mutual to all parties.
Metallic Roofinr, and KponUnz, and all
other work appertaining to the business, prompt
Iv executed, in a neat and duralile manner.
C. F. JENNINGS t CO..
Agents of the Massillon Store Manufactory.
White Cloud, Sept. 17. 57, tf.
NEW DRUG STORE!
SIIREVE & MACY.
HAVE just received, and are bow
opening, at White Cloud, Kan
sas, a general assortmeut of Dru'rs,
Pninta. (Vile. Dre Stuff.
kc, which thev offer for sale, at very reasonable
prices", for Cash.
It is their intention. to keep, hereafter, stead
ily on hand, a full supply of all articles usually
kept in establishments of this kind, or may be
needeiled br the inhabitants of the surrounding
cnimtrr. They invite the public to call and ex
amine'thelr stock of goods, sept. 10, 57, tf
IOWA POINT, KANSAS.
W. D. BEELER & CO ,
TAKE this method of informing their friends,
and the public generally, that they still
continue at their old standi where ther have
served their customers so long and faithfully,
and have an immense stock of everything in
their line, which they are offering at lower pri
ces than ever. They have complete stocks of
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
Hardware, Queensware, Wooden & Stoneware,
A GREAT VA&DZTT OP H0TI0SS, C, C,
To which they rtrvpcctfully invite the attention
of the public, feeling confident that they hare
but to examine, to induce them to purchase.
All kinds of Country Produce taken.
Remember the old Stand, at the Landing.
sept. 10, 57, tf.
( PIECES Aborted Caaaimeres and Sati
tU nets, for sale low, at Iowa Point, by
sept. 10, 57. tf. W. D. BEELER k CO.
NAILS. 100 Kegs, of all sizes, just received
at the Pioneer Store, Iowa Point, by
sept. 10, 57, tf. W. D. BEELER st CO.
WHISKEY. 60 Barrels, on hand and for
sale, at Iowa Point, bv
sept. 10, 57, tf. W. D. BEELER CO.
A CHOICE lot of Peach, Cherry and Apple
Brandy, Rye and Monongahela Whiskey,
now for sale, at the Pioneer Stores Iowa Point, by
sept. 10, 57, tf. W. D. BEELER k CO.
STOVES. Charter Oak, Prize Premium,
Arctic Cooking Stores, for coal or wood;
also, Parlor Stoves of every description, ery
cheap, at Iowa Point, bv
sept. 10, 57, tf. W. D. BEELER k CO.
FULL asMirtraent of Furniture, just received,
at the Pioneer Store, Iowa Point, by
sept. 10, 57, tf. W. D. BEELER k CO.
IS hereby given, that at a meeting of the Di
rectors of the White Cloud City Company,
hell in the city of St. Juseph, Mo, on the 23d
da of October, 1857, the undersirmed was ap
pointed an Agent for the sale of City Lots and
Timber, and for the collection of all monies due
for the same; and from this time, no person will
be permitted to cut or haul any timber from the
Company's lands. Tinder penalty of the law, un
less bv special agreement; and those who know
themselves indebted for Timber already taken,
or Lots purchased, will please call on the Agent,
and pay or liquidate the same, without delay. .
C. DORLAND. Agent.
White Cloud, Nov. 12. 1857. 3U
Wholesale aad Retail Dealer ia
PAINTS, OILS, DYE STUFFS,
Fine Teas, Cigars, Tobacco, Perfumeries,
june o, ', u.
a se .e r
W. H. HOLSBOOst.
. S- VflKETtELD.
H0LBR00K & WAKEFIELD,
TChnlr-ftaJe and Retail Dealers ia
.wrS emtraerl Sarttrt asb
n w au4tavi T
WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS, .
HAVE taken the ne building on Main
Street, East of the Spaulding House, and
hare on hand an extensive stock of Wines and
Liqoors of ererv description, which they are
prepared to sell at Wholesale, on as low terms
as they can be bad in the Western country.
Retail "dealers are invited to call and examine
their stack. t , -
They have fitted up a Baf in the finest style,
where thev will turaish twfreshments of all kinds
avail y fosind In first class Saloons. Order and
decency will at all times be preserved ia the
House. The public are invifc
tea wj rail susu m
THOS. C- SHREVE. M. D-,
WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS,
attend the sick and afflcted, when
required. He may be found at tbe Spa si
tting Howm. Zw,51,U
...He Slissoor. DtBitrat,
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devoted to the interests of the West, and pub
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the Mississippi, the focus of news, politics, lite
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For more than a year paanihe Missouri Demo
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I now five reporters in various parts of the Terri-
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tain reliable accounts oi every event oi interest
that mav transpire there. Those who wish to
keep posted in re'Tard to Kansas affair), the pol
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The Missouri Democrat is, as its name im
ports. Democratic in principle, conservative in
sentiment, opposed to the violence and outrages
that have disgraced the Territories, and zeal
ously in favor of the right of the people of each
locality to control their domestic affairs without
interference from those residing in other States.
C. B. TOfJtCT. SAMUEL LArP!!t,
........... Surveyor & Civil Engineer.
TORREY & LAPPIN.
Land & General Ascnts k Surveyors
SENECA. NEMAHA CO , KANSAS,
Wl LL promptly attend to investing Money,
paying Taxes, locating and selling Land
Warrants, Surveying Town Sit-s, sub-dividing
Sections, etc Will buy and sell Town Shares
and Town Lots, and do a General Agency Bus
iness. REFERENCES. J. W. Pasxei, Parker's
Express, Iowa; E. B. FaianrLt), President
Michigan Central College; J. Babix. President
Alleghany College; Hon. B. G. Thisadoux,
Tenn.; James Fostks, Oregon, Mo.; Hon. J. P.
HoLsr.aT, Auburn, N. Y. juae 4, '57, ly.
Tail or Shop Iq I own Point!
McMULLIN, From New York,
TTTOTJLD respectfully inform the citixens of
v v Iowa Point and surroumling country, tnai
he is prepared to carry on the Tailoring business
in the best and most fashionable manner.
Particular attention paid to cutting for the
Seamstress. sept. 24, 57, ly.
HO! FOR KANSAS!
B. F. RTJFFNF.R & CO.,
HAVE iuet received, wr steamer Carrier, a
very large and splendid assortment of Goods, of
every description, lor tne r an ana w inter iraue.
Our stock consists, in part, of the follouring ar
ticles: A variety of new styles of Prints and
Ladies' Dress Ooods, such si
De Laities, Comforts and Woollen Hoods,
besides a variety of faney articles, that are too
numerous to mention. Also, a large stock of
BOOT3 AXD SHOES,
Hats and Caps, of Every Variety aad
Style Now in Use,
Backskin Cloves and Mitts,
Also, a good stock of
HARDWAnE AN'D CUTLERY,
SHOVELS AXD PORKS,
BUCKETS AND TUBS,
FURS1WRE AND HA TRESSES,
Chairs and TabiM,
Beady Xade ClotMng,
OVER COATS, DRESS COATS,
PANTS AN'D VESTS,
All of which are new styles;
rfiTDER sarsTs ad dra'vvxss,
Fine White and Fancy Shirts, Sc.,
and a good article of FLOOR, always on hand.
Also, a good selection of School Books and Sta
tionery, of erery description. In fact, our stock
consists of almost every article usually kept in
Country Stores, and we are determined to sell
them cheap. Terms Cash, invariably.
We feel very thankful for pist favors from our
customers, and hope for a continuance of the
same, and as many more of the good citixens of
'Kansas as will give us a call before purchasing
elsewhere, when we think they will say that B.
F. Ruffhcr k Co.'s Cash Store, in White Cloud.
Kansas, is the cheapest and best selected stock
of Goods erer broueht to this market.
a F. RUFFNER k CO.
White Cloud, Kansas, Oct. 8, '57, tf.
Type and Stereotype Fonndrj,
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37 ttd 33, Locust Street, St. Louit, Ho.,
pYPE-FOUNDERS, and dealers in all kinds
X of Presses, Plain and Ornamental Type,
News, Book and Colored Printing Inks, Bronzes.
News, Book, Cap, Letter, Envelope, Colored
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C1RFEXTEB 1SD JOKES,
Shop oa Main Street, Opposite Jen Blags
fc Briirsra Stare,
WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS,
IS prepared to execute ag work ia his tiae,
with promptness and ear.
tone 4. ti-
THE amdersi erred have formed a copartner
ship, under the firm of -
., WAKEFIELD St PATSE,
as Carpenters and Joiners, White Cloud, Kan
sas, and will give prompt attention to all and
erery branch of business pswtainlng to thetr line,
ia the best aaaer, and oa the most liberal
R. 8. WAK.Ent.lsV,
1, 57, ly. ALBERT PAYNE.
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WHITE CLOUD, K. T.
WhoIesaIe & He tail!
I AM receiving and opening a large and com
plete stock of
PAINTS k OILS.
DOORS A SA3U,
a DRUGS. 4c, As.
I hare also the Agency of the Msilloo Store
Factory. I have 550 Stores on hand, of every
stvle and varietr Coal and Wood Cooking
Stoves, Tea Kettles, Pots, Ovens. Skillets, Bells,
ire., ate. I would call the attention of Country
Merchants to my LAROE LOT OF STOVES,
as I can sell them as low as they eaa be bought
in the Eastern markets.
C. F. JENNINOS.
White Clond, Kansas, Aug. 37, 1S57, tf.
09 THE LUTES!
j. b. McAllister co..
A RE now receiving a new stock of Ooods,
XX which will be sold low, tor
They invite the Back Conntrf trade, and dea
lent trenerallv. to call and examine their Stock
They will keep eonntantlv 00 band, a good
supply of FLOUR aad CORN MEAL.
Bear ia mind, that the place to buy year
Goods cheap, is at
j. b. McAllister cos.
oct. 39, 57, tf.
DOWDAIL, MARKHAM & CO.,
Engine and Machine Shop,
CORNER OP SECOND AND MORGAN STREETS,
ST. LOCTI3, MO.
MANUFACTURERS ofSteam Engines and
Boilers, Saw and Orist Mill Machinery,
Single and Double Circular Saw Mills, Tobacco
Screws and Preenes, Lard Kettles, Lard Screws
and Cylinders, Wool Carding Machines, Build -inir
Castings, Young's Improved Patent Smut
Agents for the sale of James Smith k Co.'s
Superior Machine Cards. aug. 6.S7, ly.
LOCI I CASS. ALfaXD CASS
L & A. CARR,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Books, Paper, Stationery, &c, &c,
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ST. LOUIS, MO.
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shio, under the firm of
LIKENS .fc BOYD, .
As eeaeral Lead trad Seal Zstate Agate,
8T. JOSEPH, MO.,
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branch of business pertaining to Real Estate
Agencies uch as the Entry of Lands, la any
of the North-Western States and Territories,
either by Land Warrants or by Money.
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of improred Real Estate. Town Lots, Ac
LAND WARRANTS BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Remittances bv Lntnd Warrants, or exchange
on some one of the principal cities, mint accom
pany aU others. JOHN H. LIKENS,
iun.i rv . du 1 a. .
Hon. C. J. Faulkner, of Virginia;
Hon. Wm. Hambleton, of Maryland;
Wm. M. Marshall, Esq., of Hagerstow. Batik,
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Cato Moore, Eq., Cashier of Valley Bank,
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more and Ohio Railroad;
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Beta' M- Uaghee, St. Joseph, Mo. j
Silas Woorlnon. " "
Renben Middletofl, -
E. B. Webb, Carmi, 111.;
A. T. Stewart k Co, New York;
Gage, Dater k Slotvn, "
jM 36,57, tf.
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WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS,
aug. 13, IT, 3ra.e
V. D. MARKHAM.
ATTORS ET AT LAW & MAI H8TAH A8H7,
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attend promptly to Contested Land Cinemas,
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Brownrilla, July 30, 1857, 3m. . ,
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T. L. MACKOY.
July 30, 7, 3m.a
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HAS Jnt cnrnrneivced bwiriesne la his im
sbop, en Mam Street, where he will st aB
times be iwerAred to exeewle say work that mav
be entnsted to his skill sack aa troaiag wag.
ens, repairing Wagooa, Plows, tte., aad, ia short.
performing any work in his line of btatinsps.
Particular attention paid to Shoeiag TTiiiiss.
Mules and Oxen, in the moat eareftil aad tsab
Being aa experienced workman, aad attrvtirs
to boat seas, he hopes to teeeirs a liberal pavt
reaaje. JW S$, A t
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