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ffJJiJLry gpeetocla-Edaiglit
ettrwrdioiry VpecUcU wu wit-
ST with BingW emotions of nos.-
3'S tecrrt beneoleot organiM
iTtotce bare brt a fc months,
fl07 to th first time, with tbe msig
PT ?Lrtio of the OrJef. and
!Sh baU ,uic aainS ths,atmo!P1here
ff .i.nWr strains of faneral bar-
is. Oar descriptive fucoltres shrink
I wnfeioB before the tk of picturing
so weired, to qaeer so impressive;
the cariosity of all into wonder;
children end women, like the ap
Ti ..! oresence of ghosts ; imnsin:
.leinstire urchins; provoking the
vL of nnpoetic msn ; its solemn gray-
to uvpirini emotions as diverse u i th
7 ' .c ki.pi Minm in the than.
u toe
7 f hamsn nature
lawhe g"ed npon it, nncomprehend
uJ onsympethiBing ; in short,- it
J, otlerly dissimilar in respect to anv
..t .11 nolf orsmic spectacles conceived,
brenttd. or arranged heretofore for the
-n-t-Bplstion or men, women, or cuu
77. th rood Queen City of the West.
The lolsmnity of midnight ; the awe
of 2Hb)eM and profound stillness ; tbe
reticence w tne seemmgiy aoiunuxi on
... infomttons whose facial featores
vert eJose!r imprisoned by impenetrable
v.A eewkr-the slow, measnred, sUtely
Mf of the men : the monrnful swell ofj
tk dirge by which they marched ; the
AmUt iBilorms sou inguuui masu ;
guvwj , ,
the prolooii sjj cuvmopeu
then ss witk s veil of imperviable dark
eti" tie associations connected with
them', all eonpired to constitnte the pa
rade eqsally isterestiag an I extraordina
ry. It teemed te seme as if the demons
of the ancient Inquisition had revisited
csrtlily teeses to fright the soul into pious
eonfetfinis of unacted guilt. To face
tious misls it presented feat j res of pro
vocative, of boisterous rairthfnlness.
The proee.ion numbered some five
hanlrel men. It organized in the lodge
room in tbe Mechanics' Iastitate, and de
tensed the following liae of march : Up
Vise to Eighth; down thence to Elm;
wed to Seventh ; down to Western Row;
soatlito Fourth; east to Broadway; south
to the wharf, where it couuter-marched,
ial retomiag to Third, it proceeded west
to Vise, sad thence direct to the lodge
room.
Three musketeers abreast, with black
eo!s, masking their features, and robed
is long white surplices, confined at the
iit with girdles, from which were sus
paieJ creises, led tliecolmna. Mooter's
BiD'l followed pitying dirge. Two
KnighU of Malta, in glittering Greek ar
mor, carrying bright swords, escorted the
Grtt'l Chancellor, who was robed in a
dfae IU k flowing suit, confined with a
girdle, a lung snowy beard, concealing
Jwnower part of his f, and resting
epos his bosom, and a tall black felt hat
corennir his hetd. Behind this triple
muj iue reneraoie I ice Uaaacellor, with
s hirsute appeadsge rivalling that which
reited oa Abraham's bosom, followed,
, hewing the sacred text. His frosted head
wis crowned with a dark turban, and bis
hoiy we concealed by flowing black
robes, decorated with various symbols.
Wter officers, in Grecian armor helmets,
AieMs. plnmes, golden, crimson and ea
Ue armor led long procession of cowl-
ypnsmices, most ot mem wearing
" upon meir lelt shoulder. . Behind
.few another row of officers in priestly
fwbi, other knighu and the standard
hewer, holding aloftt he standard, a black
won a Seld of white ; another band of
Mie. tuen the second division of ap
areatices, who strode majestically with
wir arms enfolded npon their breasts.
The i Grand Coraraan.hsr, (Mr. Charles
iMMas.) who ordered the weired array,
ww clothed ia a brilliant uniform of black
k velvet, ornamented with gold span
P and glittering STmbols, and was
l with asword of .Wzlingbrilliance ;
Lieatenant appearing in a green nni
wm. like the armor of the ancient
ku'Shtii of Malta.
Oa the line of march they proceeded
P of the time in close order, double
separating, they formed two long
prJW. of white, through which the
oJ officer in command occasionally
i Viewed in receding
-,ni irom a commanding point of
WW long double lines of flour stretch
w out npon a surface of coal. -
It pro.iace.1 an intense sensation ; thou
31 .f TP'9 b,ockJ the streets
Wh? i m9 f mweh : dens thrng
rPIated the spectacle with curious rav-
ln
women
ua Lnn twtt . l.j e
. . J ' n ion,
correspondent of tb n.-K.
Rev. John Joeey. suggeaU the erectiouof!
uvuaumm w wtierai Slarlon, whose re-
, uC qnieuy sloep in hU own
HTOVJ inCharieatoa District
No that VinnniSi and otW R,
e--""" K raica oi tneir great men
who acted in tbe great drama of the rev
olution, let not South Carolina; foj insen
sible to the similar-impression fo patri
otic gratitude. Among the memorials to
rerolotionary worth and celebrity, the
"Swamp Fox" deserve a memento in
atone not leu signal than any which have
receiver mis mars: ot toe State's gratitude.
C&arUtton Newt.
; . -
, ABOUTioxuii. Hall'a Journal of
neaun u responsible for the following:
We, have often gone to hear Abol ition
"sUra" lecture, masculine, feminine, and
neuter, bnt never aaw so much spontane
ous gladness in the face of the whole of
them, as may be witnessed in any half
hour on tho levee at Iffew Orleans, among
the negroes who are loading sad unload
ing the cotton boats."
STEAMBOAT &EGX3TEB.
l"ort mt White' CUad.
. aaaivca
Platte Valley, Mar. 18
Carrier, 25
Omaha, . 2fi
Florence, . -88
Sioux City, 31
Watotua, April S
Alonao Child, 3
E. M. Rrlaad, 2
E. A. Ogden, 4
D. A. January, ' 10
U. 8. Gov. Bust, 10
Emigrant, 15
Moses Greenwood, 16
Florence, 16
AsaWilzus, 17
Omaha, . . - 20
Wtosa, ... S3
St. Mary. 23
Alonzo Child,
Isabella, . .. 24
Peerless, 24
Sioua CitT, 2
Spread Eacte, . 26
Council Bluff, ' 27
Watoasa, 30
E. A. 0?-lei. May 3
E.M. Rylaad, 4
Carrier, 5
Watossa, 8
Plorilda, ' 12
Watosea. 14
Hannibal, 19
Spread EaSle, 20
Peerless, 31
Watosiw, 21
Tbos. E. Tutt, 23
Dan Con vers, 26
Wm. Ba'u-0, 27
Twilight, 28
Watossa, 28
Florence, 31
D. H. Murtoa, June 2
A. , 7 " 'angiuer; timid
k back alarmed ; foolish gir
uc,ni,on. we remark, it is likely that
T?" nd the aid of -charity, will
hstoiTi ,w",Hnlt Ir0 generous alms
. upon inm m flA
It
is qui-
i'fZ.1-. were
Ct "J ia eons of Malta. CI.
rr.otin Ualhoun. of candle-box
W,' 7 "P".' the Nebraska
CS VJT1 giTen him Nebraska
taoonll r w Lecompton Consti-
Cio?7. Were then frmin Con-
. r rt. "
o liJ!e,.nd'nt of th Rur f Empire
CisaSP V "A MemW of
S?P Convention." calls tbe at-
4st j .Mid Calhoun to the fact
Xr7 t,me he did decUre hIm-
'ton. Ter7 ra. nd, on one oo-
a it rPns t0 15 inqniry whether
-J4 :M m f,vw f Slavery in Kans he
ltJS?.ff! f SlaKrw evtrvwkrt.
WwL? 'T.ef7) tbe foundation of,
Z y: "nLthat the welfare and oer-
OI thfl TTninn A J '..
hiwu uoucuui nrvnn ini
a?0f
SI,
ieho.! imiltT wacfer, follows.
fcui5 . ny wnl n the
is Slmnlltluf8, JobnCal
?Job3 P j "W d the
Qgraced any copptry.
..iwuichwu nothing.) nobly."
every not only in Kan-
D in CoDTert,
Watossa.
Emigrant,
Din Cearers, '
Watoasa.
Dan Coorers,
Asa Wilgiw,
Dan Conreea,
Watowa,
Isabella,
Dan Conrers,
Watowa,
Mansfield,
D. H. Morton, '
Watossa,
Sioux City,
U. S. Got. Boat,
Mans6eld,
Watossa,
Omaha,
Watoasa,
T. L. McGill,
Mansfield,
John Warner,
Watossa,
Mansfield, Aagust
Watossa.
Prima Donna,
Rowena,
Mansfield,
Watossa,
U. S. Gov. Boat,
Watossa,
E. M. Ryland,
D. H. Morton,
Watossa,
Mansfield,
Edinburg,
Watossa, Sept.
E. A. Ofrden.
Mansfield,
Watossa,
Sioux City,
Emigrant,
E. M. Rrlaod,
Watossa,
Omaha,
Mansfield,
Fire Caaoe,
St. Mary.
Fire Canoe,
E. M. Ryland,
E. A. Ogden,
2
4
8
9
12
16
18
22
23
25
29
30
4
6
e
10
u
13
15
20
23
26
28
30
31
4
i
Hi
11
12
13
18
21
22
26
26
29
2
7
10
14
14
22
22
23
30
30
Oct. 8
14
18
18
20
risscn DOW 4. .
Platte Valley, Mar. 22
Carrier, 29
Omaha. 31
Florence, April I
Sioux City,
E. M. Rvland,
Alonxo Child,
E. A. Ogden,
U. S. Got. Boat,
Watossa,
Florence,
Emiirrent,
AsaWilgus,
6
8
8
9
IS
16
20
20
21
WHITE CLOUD MARKET.
- Floor, per sack of 96 Ibf., $3.75Sf,4JO
"i r nusnei, 5
r ii i 7
rotatoes,
Cor MeaI,T'
Wood, eerd,
Ejjs, doaen,
Butter, i,,
B.icon,
. Lard,
Tallow,
So jar,
Coffee, ,
Rieer ' ,
Tea, :-
Salt, Tp sack,
Dried Apples, "ff bujliel,
Dried Peaches, "
Mackerel, t , . "
Molasses, gallon,
Tar, -
Vinegar, -Nails,
by the Keg,
59
w "sor
50V'
$2.00.
15.
15.
78.
10.
10.
12,'.
14.
19.
60a$roo.
2.60...
2.50.
30.
8.
6075.
- 50.
25.
- Hi-
GARGLING OIL.
Extract ef a letter from M. H. Fitbrick. dated
Adeline, Ogle Co, III, March 28, 1856.1
The demand for yoor Oil Is increasing in this
vicinity, Cud it seems to do all that is claimed
.it , .
ll, aw in. nme instances more, it cures
Felons, which I belters jo h ire not recom
mendc4.it to do. I ean send yon a certificate
of the fact if desired. ' ' July 22.
Moses Greenwood, 23
Peerless, 24
Isabella, 26
Alonao Child, 27
Watossa, 27
St. Marv, 38
Spread Eagle, 30
Sioax City, 30
Council Bluff, 30
Omaha, May 1
Watossa, 4
D. A. January, 4
E. A.Osden, 7
E. M. Ryland, 7
Watossa, 1
Watmsa, 18
Florilda, 18
Peerless, 21 ;
Hannibal, 24
Watosa. 25
Carrier. 25
Tho. E. Tutt, . 27
D.ta Conrers, 29
WaUssa, June I
Florence, 4
D. H. Morton, 7
D.in Conrers. 7
Wm. Baird. 8
Watossa, 8
Emierant, 12
Dan Conrers, 13
D in Conrers, 19
WabMsn, 20
Asa Wilgns. 22
Dan Conrers, 26
Spread Eagle, 26
Watossa, 26
Washington City, 27
Isabella, . 2
Dan CoBTers, 2
Watossa, 3
Twilight, 7
Mansfield, 8
Watossa, 12
D. II. Morton, 13
Sioux City, . 15
Mansfield. 15
Watoisa. 19
Watosaa, 26
U. S. Got. Boat, 27
Omaha. 27
T. L. McGill, 29
Mansfield, 31
Watossa, August
John Warner,
Watossa,
Mansfieid, 8
Prima Donna, 12
Watossa. 15
Mansfield, 17
U. S. Got. Boat, 17
Rowena, 19
Watossa, 26
E. M. Rrlaod, 28
Watossa', 30
Mansfield. Sent.
Edinburg, 6
Watossa, 8
D. H. Morton, 13
E. A. Ozden, . 17
Mansfield, 17
Wat'ssa. 18
Sioux City. 20
Watossa, 26
E. M. Ryland, 26
Emigrant, 28
Fire Caaoe, Oct 14
Mansfield. 14
Omaha, 18
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ARE prepared to attnd to all calls in the
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White Cloud, SepC 28, 1858-3ra.
Choice Land for .Sale!
O EVERAL tracts of valuable Land, in the
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. WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS.
1858 . 1858
New Spring
& B !
WE take great pteasure In tafbrnlng our
friends that we have received, per Stea
men Carrier and Akmso Child, a large stock of
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Dry Goods,' Groceries
Hardware, Wtos?cn Ware,
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HATS at READY MADE CLOTHING,
A Variety at Ladies' Sreas weeds.
New Styles of Prints, Lawns, and Gurguains,
all of which are offered at low" fgurea. We
would say to our friends tat White Cloud and
surrounding country, that we are determined, to
confine our business to Cash only. Our stock
has been selected with great care, and all we
ask is a call, te convince you that we ean sell
dwwa. B. F. RUFFNER k CO.
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Cure of Pain, with success, and believe them
to be invaluable medicines in every family.
C. Gbarabi,
Pastor ef M. E. Church.
White Cloud, September 28, 1858.
I am satisfied of the truth of the above cer
tificate. H. N. Sbavbb.
For Sale by
C. F. JcftNincs, White Cloud, Kansas.
J. W. Reed, Iowa Point, -T.
Stuvemso. Highland, "
sept. 16,58-3m.
For Sale!
25
CASES Boots and Shoes for sale by the
case, at very reduced prices, lor Cash.
Also, 4,000 Lights of Sash, assorted srfpf;
and 3 dozen good Pine Doors, all made of the
very best material, at wholesale or retail prices.
B. t. Rur r NEK A UU.
White Cloud, Aug. 19, 58. 3m. s
THOS. A. OSBORN,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
A5D HEAL ESTATE AGE2JT,
ELWOOD, KANSAS,
ITCriLL practice in the several Courts in
v T Kansas, investigate Titles, make Collec
tions, attend to Conveyancing, boy and sell
Land, maae investments, arc
N. B. Particular attention paid to contested
ne emption cases. .; , may l, oa, am.
C. F. JE.WIXCS X BROTHER,
Forwarding and Commission Mehants,
WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS.
New (Roods!
mmmu
ARE receiving and opening a large and com
plete stoak of
DRY GOODS,
GROCERIES,
HARDWARE,
QOEENSWARE, - .
SADDLERY. ,, . .
CLOTHING,
HATS CAPS,
- BOOTS SHOES,
PAINTS OILS,
PATENT MEDICINES,
DOORS k SASH,
FURNITURE,
DRUGS, Ae, c-
Which they are prepared to sell at the lowest
Bgures, roe Casa.
u. r. j can ii. i. u iui..
eng. 5. 58. tf.
MILLS! MILLS!!
Slillen Farmers, Tike lleUce!
THE undersigned, havimr made arrange
menU with tbe best bouses in 8t Louis,
Cincinnati -and Chicago, ie now prepared to fur
nish all kinds of Steam Mills and Mill Machine
ry of the most approved plans, at the shortest
notice, and will furnish at as tow prices and ou
as liberal terms as any Agent or louadry in
the Western eonatry. Will also furnish Reap
ers, and Mowing and Threshing Machines.
The undersigned, being a practical Engineer,
will set up and warrant all works furnished by
him. He eaa at all times be found at White
Cloud, Kansas, or Oregon, Mo.
REFER TO
C F. Jennings. White Cloud, Kansas.
B. F. Ruffher Co, "
Peter, Fraser k Co-. Oregon. Mo.
- Likens k Boyd, St. Joseph, Mo.
I.tE. Greenwald, CineinriaU, O.
Howard k Hinehmaa. St. Louis, Me.
Kingslaad k Ferguson. " I
mayl3,&8,tt
STEA3I FERRY
WHITE CLOUD!
A LARGE.' new and ezeelleut , JfTja.
Steam Ferry Boat has been -WTj
placed ia the Missouri Rirer,a White Ctoud,
which will be ran ia all kinds of Weather, when
law fiver is open, as often as amy besBeaanred,
oa week- days; and on Sundays, four times, via:
between the hours of 9 and f() o'clock, A. M.,
awl the hours- of 4 and 5 o'clock-, F. M.
This DMee is the ternrinna at the State Road
front Ft. Des Moines. IWaj there is an excel
lent road leading tor Forest City and Oregon,
no.( aau gorsj roads- leaning Into toe back
country of Kansas and Nebraska, to which
While Cloud ia at least sis miles nearer than
any other river town. This Boat is one of tbe
best in the river, and is manned by an esperien
eed Engineer and Pilot, and a sober, active and
punctual set of hands. Persons w iahi ne to hare
themselves, their stock, lumber, or freight of
any kind transported across the nver, will nod
W hite Cloud the place for them to be accommo
dated in the best manner, with the least possi
ble delay onjilher shore.
Ferrying doue at reduced rates.
june 10, S3, tf.
It
41
BRIGG'S ARCTIC LftltiEXT.
TIHIS incomparable Liniment, upon whicb lite
-n. great mass of the afflicted or all lands now
rely for relief from the oanira of Rheumatism.
Neuralgia, Gent. Erysipelas, Cancer, Scrofula,
sprains, Durns, scalds, and all cutaneous aisea
sea, is rapidly superseding all similar prepara
tions. Oae nettle Triumphant!
Mrs. Moffitt, Ne 343 Morgan street, St. Louis,
having swffered for three years with Rheuma
tism, and tried many preparations without effect,
was eared by one fifty cent bottle of Arctic Lin
iment. 9-r. Locis. Mo.. April 23, IP5.
The Doctobs Coci.cVt Coke Hiw Messrs.
Brasg Burrowes Gentlemen: I have suffer
ed from Salt Rheum for sis years. I have been
sorely afflicted, my face, ryes, and ears were
covered with sores from the Salt Rheum, and
my hands wets so bail, that I feared I should
lose the use of thenr; nry Soger nails came off.
and my hands were one mass of snrN when I
commenced using Bragg's Arctic Liniment, and
by tbe use of fire small bottles. I was entirely
cured, new nails have grown on my fingers, and '
I am now entirely free from all sores or any rrl-'
ies of Salt Rheum. I
Previous to usin; the Arctic Liiiuni-nt, I h id ,
t V MM a m&m y
! su -w. f.7-' r
I
Has been before the public for more than 24
years, and is deservedly popular.
From F. C Dillaye k Carpenter, Syracuse, K.
I -. uct, ij, ibu.
We take great pleasure in beinr aide to saw
been under the treatment of sevrral of the most Chat we have sold your Gargling Oil more thaw
eminent physicians in this city, and I never re- J ten years, and hive never heard a complaint
ceiled any benefit from their treatment.
G. W. HAYDOX,
Belcher k Bro.'s Sugar Refinery.
An F.i plosion.
MEurws, Tejii., Nov. OT. 157.
I herehv eertifv. that havinr been hadlv
bruised and" scalded by the explosion of a Steam
Boiler, a friend induced me to try Bragg s Are-
tic Liniment. The smart was instantly extrac
ted from the scalds, and In a verv short time.
all the pain was gone from the bruises. Ia two ;
weeks I was well, and able to resume mv busi
ness. HENRY HAVERHILL.
Residence, Jackson t.
flood for Animals.
This invaluable Liuimtnt is also equally efB-
Land Sales- Postponed!
And the Subscriber, at the
SQUATTER STORE,
IN WHITE CLOUD.
fTTAKES Dleasore in announcing to the set
A tiers of Northern Kansas, that he has just eacious in curing tbe diseases of animals, as wit
orjened the - I ness the following certificate: Messrs. J. k A
I BiU f rt. ? ...,tfc A root, and Lynch. A root k Co keep the two
""o1" largest Livery Stables In the West,and are gen
in tbe 1 emtory. My stock consists or every erallv known tbooshout the United btatra:
conceivable article of use to the people of town St. Loots. Dec. 23, 1 857.
or country. I have all varieties of ' -We, the undersigned, having used Dr. Bragg's
Dry GOOdS, Groceries, PrOTlsIOBS, ArcUcLin.menyor a number monuheer-
WTiQQI. j;m. nt horses- an well are we satisfied of
Hardware, QaeeTUWare, Glauware, the Arctic being the best Llnimcut made, that
we would use no otner. vr e seep anu nave sept
for a number of years, extensive livery stables
in this city, and consequently our experience
from u purchaser.
From S. Brayton. LiwviHe, Wis., Apr. 21, M.
I have convened with several of my neigh
bors, who say - They are acquaiuted w'ith you
Gargling Oil, having frequently used it fee
both Man aud Beast," and speak very highly
of its curative qualities, aad expresa a wlsk
that it night be left for sale ia this place.
From Messrs. S. L. Jackson k Co., South Gib
son, Tana- April 17. lr&l.
The Oil takes like hot cakes ia this country
TINWARE. WOODEN WARE,
Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes,
GLOVES AND HOSIKUY,
IC!IlLIt2!J3jiT M)DS,
BOUSE FURXismxa GOODS,
Carpenters' Tools,
FANCY ARTICLES, NOTIONS, &C
hich I will sell at Wholesale or Retail, lower
than thev ean be boucht this side of Leaven
worth. In that citv there is more competition
and consequently Goods are sold lower, than in
any town above SL Louis. My uoodsbavebeea
marked at
LEAVENWORTH PRICES I
about horses and their diseases is great, and we
unhesitatingly say, that the Arctic Liniment is
the onlv one we have ever found alwavs effec
tive. We cordially recommend it to all Livery
Stable keepers, and others having the care oi
horses. J. A A. A R NOT.
LYNCH, ARNOT CO.,
Chesnut street,
dimo. Manv Drueeiat. havinr old Lini
ments on band, will try to sell them to you as
the best, bat do rou po:tire!r refuse to pur
chase them. Ask for "Brass's Arctic Lini
ment," and tike no other.
Lisebal Paorosmos. The proprietors agree
to furnish each purchaser or a dollar bottle, with
and will positively be sold at those figures, for a free subscription to tbe United States Journal,
ror one year, i nis is one oi me oess ntw sora
illustrated papers. A certificate, entitling the
holder to the benefit of this proposition, is en
closed in the wrapper around every bottle. The
Arctic Liniment is pnt up in 25 cent, 50 cent,
and $1 bottles. The 50 cent and bottles eon
tain 50 and 100 per cent, more Liniment in pro
ration to their cost, and are the cheanest. r or
saleby BRAGG A BURROWES.
Sole Proprietors, of- lni. iMistoon.
17 For sale in St. Joseph, bv Van Lear, Brit-
tain k Hanlv, Starling, Loving k McDonald,
and W. R. Penick.
SOf.D BT
Shreve k Macy, White Cloud, Kansas;
Reed k Sturges, Iowa Point. "
James N. York, Doniphan, u
J. H. Maun k Co., Brownrille, Nebraska;
Peter, Fraxer 4t Co., Oregon, Mo.;
Barnard, Aiams k Co., St. Louis;
And by all Druggists. june 3, 1358, ly.
Cah. There is no humbug in this!
Now let the back country settlers come on
with their teams. White Cloud is a least six
miles nearer to them than sny ether town on the
River, there are excellent roads leading into the
place, and Goods of all kinds can be purchased
lower than it is in the power of tbe merchants
of anv other nver town in Kansas to sell them'
Come aad see for yourselves; and if you do not
find it so, I shall never ask you to come again!
W. H. VAN DUKEN.
White Cloud, Kansas, May 27, 1858, tf.
TRY HIDES WANTED, for which the
XJ highest market price will be paid in Cash
or Goods, by
june 3, 58, tf.
W. II. VAN DOREN.
lOUNTRY PRODUCE of all kinds ta
- ken in exchange for Goods, by
june 3, 58, tf. W. H. VAN DOREN.
Hark Ye! Hark Ye!
STONE MASONRY.
THE subscriber, being an experienced Stone
Mason, and having located at White Cloud,
takes this method of informing the public that
he is ready, on the shortest notice, to undertake
all jobs In his line, such as building Foundations,
Walls, Arches, and also Cisterns. In all such
work he has had much experience, and flatters
himself that be can turn out jobs inferior to no
other mechanic in the Territory, Orders are
. ,. ,-
respeciimiy aonciiea.
june iu, &, tr. u.u wmiiiM.
WILLIAM MAQUILKEN,
House, Sign, and Ornamental Fainter,
GLAZIER, rifER II1XGER, &C,
WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS, -
IS prepared to execute all work of the above
kinds, in a superior manner. Having had
thirtv-five years' experience, he flatters himself
that bis vislL sail compare favorably witn that
of anv other person West of the Missouri River.
Will also attend to putting on Fire and Wa
ter Proof and-Gravel Roofing having had much
experience in business of this character.
july a, 7, tr.
B. W. rETEB. J. M. rBAXBB. IBA riTKB.
PETER, FRAZER&CO.,
DEALERS IN
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Bonnets
QUEEXSWARE, IKON, XAILS, CUTLERY,
DRUGS AND PATENT MEDICINES,
OREGON, MISSOURI.
june 10. 58, ly.
ZOOK & BALDWIN,
Wholesale aad Retail Dealers in
DRUGS, MEDICINES,
PAINTS, OILS, DYE STUFFS,
Fine Teas, Cigars, Tobacco, Perfumeries,
FOREST CITY, MO.
june 4, '57, tf.
V. D. MARKHAM.
ATTORNEY AT LAW & REAL ESTATE AGENT,
ATILL practice his profession In Doniphan
v V and the adjoining Counties; and will also
attend promptly to Contested Land Claims,
Buying and selling Lands and Town Lots, Lo
cation of Warrants, Entry of Lands, Ac, in the
Nortn-Western States and Territories.
REFERENCES.
Hon John W. Nash, Powhatan. Va.;
Hon. John S. Caskie, Richmond, Va.;
J. H. Burns, Esq., Wheeling, Va.;
George Marsh, Esq., Boston, Mass.;
Likens k Boyd, Esqs., St. Joseph, Mo.;
M. Jeff. Thompson, Esq., "
Col. T. E. Bottom, " "
Col. J. A. Inslee, "
R. V. Lewis, Esq., " "
Col. J. W. Preston, Doniphan, Kansas.
OFFICE ON MAIN STREET.
White Cloud, Aug. 90, 57, tf.
THE ECLECTIC COLLEGE OP MEDICINE,
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
THE WINTER SESSION of 1859, will
commence on the 1.1th of October, and continue
sixteen weeks. A full and thorough coarse ofj
Lectures wdl be given, occupying six or seven
hours daily, with good opportunities tor atten
tion to practical Anatomy, and with ample Clin
ical Ctcilties at the Commercial Hospital.
The arrangement of the chairs will be as (al
lows:
T. E. U JOHN, M. D.,
Prtjrtr tf Aaeiemy mmd Paysisby.
J. F. JUDGE, M.
Pnfer f Otemxttn) sad Pharmacy.
A. J. HOWE, M. D.,
Prtfetr eSarorry.
C. n. CLEVELAND, M. D-,
Profit r tf Materia Medic arU Tkeraptntie.
W9(. SHERWOOD, M. D
Prtfeutr tf Medical Practice ami Patialaya.
J. R. BUCHANAN, Jf.
Emerttma Prefitaar tf Central PkjiioUgy aad
ImatitmUa tf Medidma.
JOHN KING, H. D.,
Prajetatr tf Otaleirica am Diaeatta tf Wemea
aud Caddren.
The Terms lor the Session will be the same
as heretofore, vit: Matriculation. 15,00. Tu
ition, $30,00. Demonstrator's Ticket, $5,00.
Even Student is rea aired to enzace in dissec
tion otm session beam graduation.) Gradaation,
$25,60. Ticket to Commercial Hospital, (op
tional) 15.00.
Tbe Lecture-Rooms are newly finished, neat.
aad comfortable, and ia a central locality, (in
NOTICE.
ADDRESS communications concerning the
business of the White Cloud City Compa
ny, or making inquiries with regard to the same,
to the undersigned.
june 3, 58, tf. V. D. MARKHAM.
Lumber! Lumber!!
THE undersigned, Proprietors, have their
new Steam Saw Mill in successful opera
tion at White Cloud, and will furnish Lumber
to tbe citixens of the town and tbe surrounding
country at short notice, and as low at ean be bad
elsewhere. Orders from town and country are
respectfully solicited, and will be filled with
promptness and despatch.
may 13. 58. tf. M AUCE3 KNAPP.
We will soon have to order another lot, in or
der to get it here in time.
From J. M. Irwin Co.. Salineville, Ohio,
March 3d, 189.
We hive sold the lait bottle ef lbs Garg !iaf
Oil." Sales are rapid -no , though it was seme
time before we got it started. It Is entirely
the best article we have ever sold. It bus per
formed a great many cures, when all other Me
dicines failed to do any good.
Caution to Purchaser.
The only genuine has "G. W. Merchant,
Lockport, N. Y.," blown in each bottle, aud al
so has his signature over tbe cork.
tT Pamphlets gratuitously furnisbej by
agents, with Testimonials of its utility.
All orders addressed to the
MERCHANT'S GARGLING OIL CO.,
Lockport, N. V.
BT For sate by Druggists and Merchants
generally, through tbe United States, British -Possessions,
and other Countries. Aad by
Shbkvb k Mact, White Cloud.
Rku k StMU, Iowa Point.
Prrta, Pbaxbb k Co., Oregon, Me.
Joss k Co., Mound City, Mo.
And by one or more sgents In every town ia
the vicinity. Whol sale at all large cunrmer-
cial towns. sept. 30, 58, ly.-
CO-PARTNERSHIP.
THE undersigned have formed a eo-partasr- '
ship, under the firm of
WAKEFIELD fc PAYNE,
as Carpenters and Joiners, White ClouJ, Kan.
sas, and will give prompt attention to all aad
every branch of business pertaining to thetr liae,
in the best manner, and on the most liberal
terms. R. S. WAKEFIELD, '
oct. 1. 57. ly. -ALBERT PATN C '
OREGON DULLS!
rX33JiT, U7&.
UTT WATSON, PROPRIETOR!.
fflHE Proprietors of this Mill, take pleasure '.
J- in informing the public, that they have the-
roughly cleaned, re-fltted and repaired their es-
Ublishment, which is yet new, and are new '
manufacturing an article of Superfine Flour,
which cannot be excelled in the Western coun
try. They hare a good supply of Wheat, a MiU ,
in tbe very best order, and millers whe thor
oughly understand their business, and are new
prepared to furnish ths best of Flour, fa Bay
quantity, at as low fijrures as it eaa be bad west
ef the Mississippi. Give them a call (
sept. 10, 57, tf.
DR. H- GRAVES,
physician" aud graozenr,
HIAWATHA, BROWN CO., KANSAS,
OFFERS his professional services to the si ok
and afflicted who may require tbsm. Ha
ring had a practice of thirteen years in the Wes
tern country, he flatters himself that he is thor
oughly qualified in the modifications ef disease
in this climate. may C, M, ly.
Extensile .tlicklne EstikllshMtit.
St. Louis, Mo. -
EDWARD BOYLE,
WILL sell all kinds of Machinery, such as)
Engine. Saw and Grist Mills, aad Steam
Boilers of all shapes and forms, as low aa they
eaa be got ia the West. I warrant, all I sell ts
beef the best material and workmanship. I
have also on hand a first rate let of
SECOND HAND BOILERS,
which I will sell at a verv low intra. All aer-
sous in need of anything in tbe way of Machine
ry, will please give see a call before purehasiag
elsewhere, aa they will find it to their advan
tage. My establishment is at the corner ef
Main ami Cherry Streets, St. Louis, Mo.
april39,4,6m. EDWARD BOTLC
r. c. bhbkvb, m.m. m. r. sue.
SHREVE & MACY. '
DRUGGISTS,
WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS.
IT Dr. Shreve attends to the practice ef Me
dicine and Surgery. He ssay be found at the
Urug Store. Ir. , a, U.
SAW LOGS WANTED,
AT White Cloud. Kansas, for which ths
highest price will be paid, by
raayl3,tf. MAUCKS k KNAPP.
SHINGLES on hand and for sale at the
White Cloud Mills, hv
may 13, tf. MAUCKS KNAPP.
1858. &E3U1A& 1858.
ST. JOSEPH AND OMAHA.
Weeklj Missouri Eircr Packet,
For Amaannia, Iowa Point, Forest City, White
Cloud, Rockpnrt, Brownrille, Uadea, Ne
braska City, Plait-month. St. Mary's Belie
ves, Council Bluffs, Omaha, Ac
DAN CONVER8,
Regular Monday Packet for White Cloud,
Council Bluffs and Umaba,
T. T. COX, Master,
rT1- WILL leave for the above and all
College Hall, Walnut Street,) where students I intermediate points, on Monday of each week.
ill find it convenient to call en their arrival.
Tickets for the session may be obtained Of
the Deaa f tie Facalta, at his office, fla.Ul
Smith street, or of Prof. C H. Clbavxlan,
Secretarwa: tk FacmUw, No. 139 Seventh SL,
near Elm. JOHN KING, M. D Urea.
joly 15, 185S-ly.
at 4 o'clock. P. M.
july 1.58. fs.
The College Journal of Medical Science.
A Monthlv Manxine of 48 oases, eondorted
XJL by the Faculty of the Edeetie Collere of
Medicine, is published at Une uouar a x ear,
payable ia adrance. The volume of the Jour
nal commences with the year. Communications
for subscription, or for specimen numbers, should
be directed to
Dr. C. H. CLEAVEL AND. Publisher,
1 39 Seventh street, Cincinnati, O.
, July 15, 1853-1. ;':
ISAAC CLEVELAND.
r Blacksmith,
8 7Hm CLOTJO, kaksas, ezl
HAS just commenced business ) his new
shop, on Main Street, where he will at all
times be prepared to exceute any work that may
be entrusted to his skill such as ironing wag
ons, repairing Wagons, Plows, etc, and, ia short,
performing any work in bis line of busrness. -
Particular attention paid to Shoeing Horses,
Mules and Oxen, in the most careful and sub
stantial manner.
Being aa experienced workmaa,and attentive
to basinets, ke hopes to receive a liberal pat
rooags. jane 5, '57, .
FT1HE undersigned have formed a eo-pertaer- ;
L shin, ander the firm ot -
LIKENS A BOYD, ' i-
As weaeral Land aad teal Zstate Ageats ,
BT. JOSEPH, MO,
aad will give prompt attention to all and every r'
branch of business pertaining to Seal Estate f :
Agencies . weh as the Entry of Lands, fa any
of the North-Western States' and Terrhatiee,
either by Land Warrants or by Money.
We will also attend to the purchase aad sale
of improved Real Estate, Town Lots, Ac
LAND WARRANTS BOUGHT AND KOLD.'
Remittanees by LanI Warrants, or sxehaafe
oasome one of the principal cities, mustaeeesv
panyaU orders- JOHN H. LIKEN, y
JOHN W. BOT1
- REFERENCES.
How. C. J. Faulkner, of Virrrinla j
Hon. Wm. Hambletoa. of Maryland;
Wm. M, Marshall, Esq., of Hagerstowa Beak, ' '
Maryland ; .
Henry M. Brent, Esq., Cashier of Valley Sank
of Virginia;
Cato Moore, Esq, Cashier of Valley Bank,
Chariestown, Virginia;
D. Bark hart. Cashier ef Baak of Berkeley,
Virginia;
Allen C-uEaainMnd, M- D, Berkeley Ce '
Virginia;
Drakely k Fentoa, Baltimore, Md.t
Josish Lee k Co., Bankers, Bahinmre:
Brown k Johnston. Bankers, Vieksbarga,
Mississippi;
Caddy, Brown k Co-, New Orieaas; - ' "
Jack k Bros, LoaisriHe, Tf v.;
Andrew Hunter, Esq, Chariestown, Va.; ' '
Jesse D. Slingluir. President of Commercial
k Farmers' Bxnk. Baltimore; v -
W.Bonntaa, General Superintendent BaTti- :T
more and Ohio Railroad; "
Fotwvth k Baker, WheeRng, Va.;
BeU M. Hughes, St. Joseph, Mo. ; , '
Silas Woodson, - --i
' Reuben Middleton, M
E. B.Wbb,Cml, ITI.;
A. T. Stewart k Co, New Turk;
Gage, Dater it Sloan, -iaaeU.57.tf

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