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XiETliIBtJXRwanrstaued a Dai ly oa the Oih of April, 111- Iw Week ly;4itin was commenced in September of thi WiWjxri iu Senl-Weekly in May, tb.S. It u the nr.,t,Jaily in. An rvic to issue dou' bit or tight-po i'lert t a tow price, and it has kp. irt lean evel with the farsmut of its rivals in ! rapid ipiniouoflfepIereaUTpri4c, which 'he gvevt extension Of R.iilroa-1, and tbe ttablisbmnt of the Telegraph system hare intl tS tail sixteen eventful year. fa.Urger journal is aljrdud at to low a price in any aaarUrof the wat-ld; a-melo America, ao pnartsr el wail pries innel, pays an equal must, weak! or mautWr, for iatvl'.ectutl la bor. It aiploT lrreapmJenU regularly in the leading trw tafaof Earone. an J at the a-l im- " r . ... ' . . . t:i i fall, ariy and aeoarats iaformition a the Brt bject f a Stwipvp. and th timely and thorough elaciJatioa thereof as the chief end; of Ita Eiitoriata. Ia tint ?1ril, the Tribme has beeaaad wiUbeondacted, ettendinsaad per reetiai Its e3rrplenee.o last as xne inere ot. pllroaaz. wuij.utuy ; ! p,,p! romancers of the ,-e, erm.Untly contri f a urreot attentat tl eoomct the Old with the ! X. .. . n... .k . . ... . . m .. . a I it . Naw Wort.lhthmvTnit:cirenroresnceess - JaAIZ. MlVea. and. w. troit.corresnoadins adrautase ... i . . ftA An. MtilM. nti Jnh Mch murniuj 1 ifflDSiUI of the preceding. dars ocenrrences Eirone, Northern Africa and Western regular reports of the ravketsthe moneUry as pects and Barrett prospect or hither r.urnpe. Tiih a food atlas beside him and his daily pa per en his fireside table, the American firmer or artian within a daj'a ride of the city may then tody each erenlnS the doln- or tne C,r....eo vorid ttroogh the day preceding, and It r.! ,7 : , hat aMntMiall ana hs hi ehildren to educate. will Ioniser deny himself the pleasure and prom fed tfly journal. Tbe mi is true measare- ably of those who lire further inland; though, where mails are anfreqaent, a Semi Weekly, or ren a Weeklr parior my seem tuSeient. -.TUB TRIBUNE deals with questions of e lititaJ Eoiaomy, Publie Policy. Ethics, Material Fronas, an l whtteTer mar affect tbe Intollec- toal, Mral, Social and Physical well-being of mankind, dosrmatie Theology alone excepted. Its lea ling Idea is the hononnj of honest, useful Work In whatever sphere or capacity, and the kaewledre, rirtue and trensral esteem. It it eceasarily hostile to 81arery under all its as peete, to Intemperance in whatever frra or de- peewithlUaecessinea.toWarsarelnthede- react of Country and Libcrtr apainrt actual In - watton, and to every form of Gambling, desirin to see Production extended and encouraged, While wild Speculation and useless Traffic are eattailed. it favort the policy of sustaining and diversifying Home Industry by a discriminating Tariff policv which tends to. increase tlie price of Grain to the farmer, while diminishing that of Bread to the .artisan, by rejqeinz the div Usee across which their respeclire products are xnnanged, and, or courae, reducing tne cost ei their transfer. Reirardia? Fillibmterisra in all IU pa wet, and every r.jrra and device 01 n-, tional eovetaiHnesa, with unqualified abhorrence as the bane of Republics, and in their triumph : rjrPat Pin. CulT Pins, Sleeve Buttons, Rmzs, tbe (rraveof Eitual Human Riphts, we seek by ' shirt Stu la. Watch Kev.G:ild an l Silver Thim very means to woo and win the attention of our , j,i0!lj aU)i , r,n.ty of other articles worth from eountrrmeo from projects of agjranlixement i 75 ec,,t.a to 415 each. abroad to enterprise of development and benefi- eenee at home, foremott among which we tank a Railroad throueh the heart of our Territory to ednnect the waters of the Atlantic with those of the Pacific, BeHevins that the poods of thit lift are not yet fairlv distributed, and that no one ready to work should, ever famish in unwillinsj Idleness, tt lend aa Open eato every suijres - uon 01 oticiat improvement wnicnao-s nuvcuuu tervatl the dictates of eternal Morality nor war upon that natural right of every one to whatso ever he has fiirlr produsedorboncstlvacquircd. who.se Jfui-tT mitt sink m tnkind into the chaos j aid, o;ght of barbarism and universal squalor, j Wita prjround consciousness mat idlers, orunit- ; rda, libertines aal profligates can never be oth- r Jin the main) than needy and wretched, it j bean aloft the great truth that Prevention isbot- rtthariru:ihm-at that the child trained up In-tbeway ba ahwld eo, will rarely lu after! years desert that ray for tV thorny piths of Vice and Crim; that a true Education Rclig' loos, Moral an l Inluitrial as well aj Intellectu al is the mostcTcjlive temporal antidote to the errors and wjes of ourrace. Recognixinglnthe most degraded jpe2im?n of Humanity, a divine apark which thjuid bo raverently cherihed,not ruthlessly trjdlau pii;,,w hare charity for all form of evil frat th s which seek persona ad wantage"throib the debasement of our fellow- devotee of no sect, we would fain be the inter-1 preter toeach otherof men's better imputes ad i aspirations, the harbinserof (rcneral concord be-' tween Labor andCan-tal.andamon-those whom eiraamtances or misapprehensions have thrown Into annatnral ant.tjonism. A catemrtorary once observed'that he never knew a hard, prapine, nlatgardjv employer wlio did not hate the Tri buft?, nov a pennine, lare-souled. kindly one, willmp to live and let live, who did not like it. We ask no'hicher praise, no warmer attestation. The olrouUtion of the Tribune is at thit time as follows:. Dailv, 8i,003 copies; Weekly, lT6,8r copie-tf Ssm'vWeekly, ia,OtM cop ies) California and Eiropean, 6,000 copies; Total. S0,0 eopiea. That of the Serai -Weekly and Weekly, we believe to be exceeded byoo ether newspaner published in the world; that of tbe Daily falls behind that of some of ou co temporaries. Had our hostility to Human Slavery and the Liquor Tralfio been more puar ded and politic, our Daily issues. would now be Borne thousands heavier, and our advertising far more lucrative but of our pttmnape penerally we have no reason, no wish to complain. ' Of late, a concerted effort has been made to diminish our rural circulation thruh the influ ence of the Poetra asters, some 0 whom embark in it eagerly, others under psliticnl con-trnint; while larje na tabor, we are happy, for the take of Ham va Nature, to mate, refuse to be dragoon ed .into it at all. Sti'.l, we hare been made to feel the heavy ban 1 of Power,, and have doubt less lost thousands of snhseriberji n consequence. Pretexts to which no individual in his private eapactty wou'd have 'stooped, hare been relied on to justify tbe. stoppage of oar. papers within teach of their subscribers and rightful owners, end their retention in the Po-t O.fice till their value- was destroyed. Post M liters have been ohooled by rival journals sevaral ef tliem liv incon their te'.f proe! limcdabilitv to serve as aa antidote to the Trib!roe-s to' tlieir political j 1 open Ing; but in the tens or thousands of rural Beigkborhoods where the Pjat M tstercan induce many of bit quiet neighbors to take the journal he recommends, we hare already lost same pat rons, and exp.iet .to loso more a our subscrip tions toe this year expire. We appeal, therefore, to the asartri faithful, fearless adrocateaof Free Labor and Free Seil throughout tbeland to take car that this o3-iaI warfare on our circulation be not prosecuted without counteraction. -Wc emalov no travelling agents, for we will not con sent to have the public harassed with the sollcl tatioMof ttrangert in our behalf. We strike the name of each auSseriber to our Weekly or Semi Weekly from our books to toon at bit term bat expired, for we will not haunt our patrons with dans for arrears which tbcy.tos tay they never Intended to ineur, for p Tiers which perhaps they never read; we rely for the renewal of our club aubsoriptions solely on the volunteered efforts of those who, liking our paper, believe its influence salutary and worthy to be extended; aadthua far our reliance has been justified, as we troatit may continue to be. r - TERMS;,:.; ': aiivT Tatenscner annua,. . - (S.00 SEMI-WEEKLY TRIBUNE. . Onecopy one rear,- .4r- t --. iX00 Two eopiet one year, .... 5.09 Five eopiea on year. -r - ' -. HM Tea eopiee.toeawasVr- - 20.00 -; WEEKLY TRIBUNE, s One copy one year, - - ... $2.00 Three copies one year, - - 5.00 Five eopiet one year, - '. :i -8.00- Tea copies one year,- . - : . 12.00 Twenty copies, t aa mddrnt, and any lar- peroumber,attberateof$l per annum, 23.00 TentTcopies, idret af raci u4cArr, and any larger number, at the rate of $I.SIeaeh. - - - - . 24.00 Any tv raon tending ut a Club of twenty or more will be entitled to an extra copy. , Subscriptions may commence at anytime. 'Terms alwav cash in advance. All letters te be addressed to - t HORACE GREELEY k CO. dutT to promote toarXTrenetheUUeminalion i njjng aopv cooiaiuinjv, wn. i.c u, offaetieiora4verepoliacs. Wcshalloutlivcdthreeof the followina works: ; : thU warfare, but we do not affect inJifTeronco to.1 Life of Josephine, by Headier, ut J-2:k It, In the open fluid of Uucu-Vion, we fear noth-I Life pf Lafayette, by IIea.ljeT,...o. Tribune Bail ding , No. 15 1 Nassaeattr.ffeiY.., ' -CIFTS FOR THE PEOPLE! TIIE NETT . Y0KK 'MERCUfiV , i . THE ' LARGEST TWO DOLLAR WEEKLY IN' THE WOULD! 1 FIT IT-SIX C3LTTXKS 0? CHOICE OSIOXXiX M ATTJEtt. ,VC K.VCH NUMBER. ' ; SPLENDIDY ILLUSTRATED. , ,THzruvm -n o? rrBucvrio. X GOLDEN ENTERPRISE t . . , , .fO of her paper can boat of such a galaxy of N tili'nttd an I eelebratea aarnorta inecoo - T 1Z7...:v',.u a-no lurnisn lis oinm:i, wr"-ki. in n"-urn. T , pnniv?AV ' ' ' ' ' ' 1 Da-'j rjTI INK ' - ' - ' ' " 1 L . Ir(TT j 'F 'pR i VDOV ' ' 1 . . T II MILTOW VANANDA,"1 j: . , . , i ; . .'. - jj JJEWELL, '" . - . , ,UCCeWful and i .1 :l Tli:..H, nAllAa .tlia m.mmnlh l",,l',c'r,,L; ' . V I oT the . ?. MC,h r.' ! y!:: !.iV.,.-,Ct ' peneral miseellsnr than any other two newana i.7s. ! Prs In America, wHhont exception. In short, i Asia, wiiu N yoit MKBCff,T rtefieseompelition, and I S'lT H J'llinz oi an iin.n-u-c iiui-ii vi .... , ' ' . invites the mut searching coninariaon. Its im fnenae suncrioritv orer the littla aix-hy-nine mushroom publications of the day will be appa rent at the first glance. : . . ., We new offer, iu a.U ium to a piper Tuny one f , Mm;w:lries unprec,jent,a ariet, of lntcr. eating rcJiiis matter, the following . " A Tilartls Gift fot Srjry BahscriDer. A nifl wortli fromlSrefa-tWOOO in Gild, will be Preentl4 to each !ab seriHer, imn4iateli receipt . '-.of tbe SVjscrlptioa Jloney. , - .', , TERMS: One oopr for'one rear, 0n conr for two rears. One copy for three rears. '2 (11 and I cifL 3 51 and 2 rift. i 03 and 3 gifts. I one neAT.f ' $5 oi and 3 trif- Fir eaT;p( T,1 8 09, snd 5 cifts. Te ,clri. 15 00 and 11 jrifts. ; The articles to be distributed are comprised ' ;n a f,,)!,,, i;Rt: o u:ka-ea of GildconUiain- l&n each. : 3 do d. do 200 each. j 10, d . t., do .; lAleach. in f ti Tji.h.intins-cased watchee,- lrt0-ach. 1 g) Qjld Watches, ; I 50 .; j0 j do ' . , ,m i.-.i;-. r. 1d Watches. 75 e.ich GO each. 50 each. 8.1 each. HO each. Silver llontini C id Watrhe t g.-.n swiug M.ichine ' enn 3:t. w .(..'. - . $10 to J75 each. ,f 10 to 25 each, nnii Oold Guard k Fob cha'na. 10 to 31 each. , j ..pt,, Rracelet-., Brooches. Ear Drop-., T- ..IV W-.. UTnAiraK If.ii-tnna IS 1 ti rra ' Immediately on receipt of the iliscr!ption money, the subscriber's name will be entered i n in ah, aufwprintToTi fvik. nnnoite a number. 1 nj ),e gift cirreopo tiding with that number 1 j,. frwarled within three d.av, to the tub- I ,criber,bv mail or express, po-paid. Every j yearly subscriber will receive one of the above 1 gjfia." No subscription forless pejiod than one vear trill ba entitled to a eift. i All communications should be a lilrosed to j CACLDWELU SOITHWORTH fc tVHITVEV.. . I Proprietors of the N. Y. Mercury, ' 22 Spruce street. New York. ; Specimen copies sent free. " ' " to.Q ISiSt SeiSIn lrranjSaieat I8i8. ' of' TilK ' ' A H 'imCL,-' .il-- En- JIlssOlSI IE 8XEA3IEK, flOITX J33TFY. '" ' ' ' Rotrtilas- RL Laui,' Council BltiftN. Omaha City, Sionx City,' and White Cloud Packet, for Sinus- City, Om wii, Sercana't B! uT, D.ctur, Pe Soto.' Florence, Omaha City; Council Muffs BJevne; St. Mary's, Wyoming City; Nebraska City, Liuden, Brownvifle, P.oukp.;)rt, White -Cloed, Fores City, I Oregon, Iowa Point, Savannah, SuJo3eph, etc . TIIE entirely new. very light draneht, and supein Frei;ht and Passenger Steamer, SIOLX j2 V,' b" commenced running as a ropsrj-farkot to the above and ell intermediate po'"". eonlinu- 'narin uic im-.c ..... .ug Th Sioux Citv. as her name iaaplics. was bu' expressly for a Sioux City Packet, under tho'C'pecial supervision of Captain Baker, who, iu her construction, has spared neither trouble nor expense to minke her a.-i A, No. 1 Missouri River Steamer, and one in all respects most ad mirably adapted to the wants of tha Uiver. She will be" found, as regards capacity for business, as well as the superiority of her passenger ac commodation". Inferior to no boat in the trade; and as such, Capt. Baker takes ranch pleasure in presentinst her to the favorable consideration of his old friends and acquaintances, and the public generally,- hoping to receive at their hands a continuance of that generous patronage for which be is indebted during a series of years, while in command of differentboatsin therijer. Shippers may rely upon having their freight handled with tho greatest care and dispatch; and passengers are assured, in travelling upon the Sioux City, of being made to feel always quite at home. ,, ' ' may 6. 53. SIore'MeF Waatea Immediately, FEW mire active and enterprising young t- raon can find im-nediate emnloyment, by which they can m ike from S J0 to $1,000 a year, to act as agents for several new and popular works.iuit pablUhelexcl naivety for agents, and not for sale in book stores: We have a great number of agents emti'oved, many of whom are making from $15! $20 per week. Those who wish to engige in this oleaaant and profitable business, will, for particulars, etc., address, C. L. DERBY & CO., Pub'ij'iert and Wholesale Booksellers, I ; '. ; " - Sandusky City, Ohio. IT" Elitors giving the'wbeve and-following; three iatcrtions. and calling attention tn it, and Life of Ninjleon, hv Hea llev, , i'i-35 Wild Scenes of a Hunter's Life C 15 . Life of Marv an I M irtha Washington, 125 Old Fellow's Amulet, 1.00 : Ait person wishing aevof tht abaare books can have'them sent by mail, free of postagej-omi receipt of the above retail r-ice. A j Jress. 1 j. jan.7;5j. . : - C. L.- DERBY A CO.., I. A. DOLBUX. . F. A. WEST. DOLMAN & WEST, Auction k Commission Merchants. f 1 AND DEALERS 4X -U- RE I L ESTATE, STOCKS, kC.,' East Side Market Square, , ' ' ST. JOSEPH, MO. . :; :'i 1 ONEY invested in Landsand Loans; Land 1L WarrantsWated in Missouri, Kansas and Nebraska; Taxes of non-residents paid; Col lections made and promptly remitted; Inquiries promptly answered: Particularattention paid to the sob-division ofsLands, and Sales at' Auction. We are prepared to receive and store Goods on Consignment. - : wne 4.'57.tf. . ALBERT HEED, , ; Attorney at finw9 Trov. LoniDaan County, Kansas,,' AflLL give prompt attention to a n 10 I . . ... y r -T-l L...:ai anvllrawl 11 lttlM iphan and adjacent Counties In Kansas. . Par- IS 114 DUBIUnw CIIVI'KWt m I" b am tieular attention given to i COLL EC TING C LA TXS ID-TERMS MODEHATE.XI anril I, 58. 3m. ' ' SHAPLEIGH. DAY & CO., IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN Hardware, Cutlery &Guns . 103,'Xaia street, rf ;, 1 ST..L0UI3, MISSOURI.' -Y ll : a. Philadelphia. A Btmeaoltnl Instil alio a -rtUlUtkrJ if special Jlminrwu fir He Rrtirfi oftki B'iek ad Dittrtntd. milt-lei iiA. Virulent ',T . aad Epidemic DimostsJ' I .i f - THE HOWARD ASSOCIATION, in view of It iM destruction of hnman lifeyeausod by Sexoal diseases, and the deceptions practiced i upon thaVtnfortunale victim of such diseases by J Qtarks, several year ago directed their Con-f suiting 8urgeon,a s Charitable Act worthy of r their name, to onen a DisTrenstrv for the treat-1 merit of tlirl class of disenscs, in all their forms, 1 and to pifUftiedieal advice gratis, to H who ap-1 , . . . Ai.t4-loo 0r ,ne;r eondi. ! 1 ;:" . La.:iwri;r. l - .-j ' of extreme portfrtf, to Mm cixes r an or Ch tan. - It is needless to add commands the highest Med leal akill of the age, and will fornish the most ; i apncoTed modern treatment. The D'rectori of tha Aoeiation, tn their Animal Report noon the treatment of rViwal r: .1 i- . .l.ina ' express the hiehert satisfaction with the success ; which has attended the htbon of the Conralttnf; Im V, j. nt finmnnalMwIii.. Qnli . ... - . nat weakneu, tmmtonce, Mmorrboa. uieei, ! Srphilis. the 'rice' of Onani,- or f.. 1 9 eantin.ation of the same plan for the ensuioz Tear. f t f ' The Directors, oo a rerlt-w of the pastj fee' assured that their labors in this sphere of bene? olent effort hare been of great benefit to the afflicted, especially to thcy'iung, and they bare resolred to dcrote thnue!resr with renewed seal, to this very important and ranch drspiscl taase. ' -.' . . .' t 4 -M z An iilrhiraWe Report on Spermtrr'iira.'i.r Seminal Weakn"", the rice of Omnism, M ' turbatjin, or solfabase, aoj other tli'nasR V the sexual orjrans, by the Conultins guryeoi.. will be sent by mail (in a seiled enelrme,) nr.z or citAtra, ori receipt of two stVs forpost ase. " Other Reports and Tracts on the nature and trca'mmt of eoxnt! disease., diet. 4c, are constantly bein? published for yntnitnus distri bntion, and will be t to the afflicted. Some of the new remHiea and m"thols of treatment diseorered durins the !:it T-'.ir, ar? of great ralne. . . ' - i A ldre. for R"i.rt or treatment. Dr. GEO. R. CALHOUV, C n-I'tio .' Surgeon, HowafJ Association. No. 2 Xin'.h street, Philada. By ordr of tlif D'r',r". El D. HEAR TW E r.L. Pmultnt. Gaisni! r'aracntLO, Secretary. .,July,lSS-ly. . r ! i vhn 1( 0 n t lil fl P I ' A BIOGllAPHV.' 'i' t ' BYr. WILLIAM KI.UER. Iri announcing the LIFE OF.lJR. KANE, wt are hi if ;uit icip.u inr. bt mihes of tliuus inds ana tens of thousands ofl'ie ailmircrs of that gre.it man. ' , Having been a personal friend of .the deceas eil. and eniovin a lare share of confiilenci,: Dr. Elder is:well qualified to do justice to the subject. This work wfll be issued ia one handaome oe tavo volume, and will eorfal in every renpeet the 1 r t . . 1 superl volumes of Arctic Explorations, recently published. It will contain a new full-face por trait, executed on steel, as well as engfatingt of his residence, tomb, meilabi, Ac. In order to jive this work a lare circulation, it will be sold at the low price of 4 1-50. Moss Tn.w vmsen rold ix 9 months DR. KAXFS GREAT WOKaCJ ABCTIC EXPL0EATI0NS, Is now being read by more than two hundrea thousand persons, old and young, learned and nnlearncd. . . It it just the book which should be owned, and read -by everv American. 500 NEWSPAPERS ; t i have each pronounced it th most remarkaa blc and marvellous work ever pubiihed. ! THE FOREIGN JOURNALS. . and the most distingushed mmu of Europe are .:' extravagant in Its praiae. It is more interesting than r ROBINSON GRUSOE;- - ' being a faithful account.of privations and hard ships, tli narrative of which caamet be 1 . read without a ch udder. ., . : : t r f OUR MOST EMINENT MEN 1 hare vied with each other in extolling it merits. '.Two vols-, octavo, superbly illustrated. ;, -. Three Hundred Eni;raviu;s. . Price $5.00. ' DR. KANE'S FIRST NARRATIVE. The United Sta'et Orinnell Expedition n la Saarch of Sir John Franklin, I Daring tbe Years 185061. '"( A Personal Narrative, by Eusha Kxrrr Km, M. D., U. S. N One volume 8vo., upwards of 550 pages, containing 200 Steel Plate' and Wood Engravings, including a fine steel Por trait of Sir John Franklin, being .thb-only one ever engraved in America. Also, a Biooaa rirv or Famu", by S. Arsnir Allibohc, Esq.' -$3.00. I ' ' t ". t : - Thit work Is totally distinct from the second Arctic Expedition, and embraces much valuable and interesting matter never before published. It should be Owned by all who haw phrehasfd the last Expedition, as it makes Da. Kaxk's works complete. ' . ' . , . , . .. , A PHOTOGRAPH OF , DR. - KANE, Taxxt raoai Lire, tv Bator,' or 'New Ydaxi ' ' "Price, 85.00. ' ; - "' i '- IN PRESS. COL J. C. FREMONT'S EXPLORATIONS. PREPARED BY. THE ADTAOR, AND EMBRAnXO AM HI EXPKnmnS.' Superbly ' Illntrated wilb, Steel Plates and Wniod Ctits, engraved under the imme diate superintendence of Col. Famost, most ly from Daguerreotypes taken on the spot, and will be issued In a style to match Dr. Kane's works. It will alsocoutain a new Steel Por trait, being the only correct likeness of the author ever publishsd. - . lwo Volumes, Octavo 53.00 BRAZIL AND THE BRAZILIANS. . ' ' By Hev. J. P. )il DDEO, or thc aiTHOoisT'xriscoraL cnoacR. By Her. J. C., FLETCIIEB, , , or thi raEsarrraias chcbch. . . This new. and anlenduliv-illiistrttAeil wnrV. -one large volume octavo, in uniform style with i tha superb volumes of Dr. Kane's Arctic Expla- rttions,) it the joint effort of the above named gentlemen, wbos travellers and a missiona ries, (and one in an official position, as Acting Secretary of the United States Legation at Rio,) have had a long and varied experience in aland full ef interest, whetherwe regard it in a natur al, commercial, political or moral point of view. Price $3.00 . . .. . XTAKT Or TBS ABOVE WOXXS WILL. (K f EXT tT mail, rau or rorracx, sr axatrmna the rot limed rsicr. - ' AGENTS "WANTED. -CHTXD3 & PZTEES05, -. : ' " i ? .J : .- PrBUSMlg,1 -,- ' flOJArcb Street, Philadelphia. J. B. LTPPINCOTT & CO.. 20. N. Fourtb SL.Phila. PHILLIPS, SAMPSON k CO.,13, Winter St., Boston.. SHELlXI.-V, BLAKE- MAN & CO.. 115, Nassau St., New York. G APPLEGATB k CO., 43, Main SuCincinnatr! . ... . . . . . - H' s u- 4" e. S- aug. 13, Si. C- E. BALDWIN.. 1 ' . W hole-sale and Retail Dealer ia Clocks, Watches, Jewelry GE1UIA5 SILVER & PLATED WARE, IAMTS, VI . .1. af At . W m. Y lfamt.n Ann Mnsicallnslrumenu oiErery Degcnption, . 5ECDXD STREET, ST. JOSEPH.lMO.x'' asWaWBMaa; .J.,,..'.'' Ul 9 . a. I I i " i ' , i , r, : " X iTIX f " Js9islaWllWlllWsW.B , ' .?. . r:'.7!5 J'i I ri II I "JmillamisaW y... . -vl J " " TrnT E CL0UDit llQ ' -i .'. .1.. V 1 - r,; ' Jr JUam -fm' 1 ' .,' . ,t .-.,,..,.1 f Bi. ' ' a ' . -! irniTP rr nrm ; .Wn! a f A XX X X VUVUI a OlVUWiVM va a.-av.v. . X ' i 1 I 1 t lf m 1 above St. Louis, and two miles below t e Nebraska line; The landing, a mile in extent, of beautiful bluff rock, is equalled by but one from St. Louis to Sioux City, a distance of one thousand miles, and being the natural business point for a large extent of rich and beautiful country, wHl, of itself, in a few years, build up a flourishing city; Upon 1 the town site, and all through the adjacent country, there is an abundance of timber of every kind needed for family and building purposes. Iron ore is found on the town site, also stone of a superior quality, for building purposes.-Bituminous coal of an exoellent quality is found in large quantities near the town. As a point for Manufacturing, White Cloud has no sunerior on the Missouri River. No portion of the West has finer climate, better soil, more beautiful scenery or is. better watered than the country for 150 miles back: of White 010 k.ML. . A MM-a. ila anA.MMew In wVia IvAot AAmmAflf better watered than the country for 150 . . of Iowa, and Northern Missouri to ' vereinff from here are trood at all seasons. A State road is now opening, and side or the Missouri Kiver to JJes Moines, m lowa, ana as mere is a new sieam the most direct and convenient route for the emigration. to Northern and Western Kansas. , A Bauroad has already been chartered to Fort Riley, in the interior of the Territory, and will be built at no distant &&y. The healthfulness of the climate, and ' fertility of the soil are nroverbial. and are surpassed only by the beauty of the gently undulating prairie. . This portion of the public very reasonable distance at jhe government price. White Cloud, though scarcely a year old, contains one of the best iintolo !n TTansoo'. fl-a atiMa .11 A'.r, - nnA Kno.noca it, A s olnoa np Knililintra onnpririr tn mnst. Tl" tfiTrnfl. Ami has uvwia 414 uamnof Alt o Duuita oil viviii a popnUtian of five hundred, and is operation in me piace, ana jvnunin eigni mne?, in tue growing town ol xiiguiauu, meic una ui-ch wwuusucu a uu versity under the management of the Presbyterian denomination, tthich is now under, the process of erection, the cost of wich, will be more than twenty-five thousand dollars. Thus the morals and intellect of the people will keep pace with the improvements of the country, agricultural district, the most desirable . Scientific: mcriran. i ! PROSPECTUS. OHIME POUKTKEN lECrflfS SEPTEHBEB ll, 1S53. 'Iechanies, laventors, iKann facta rers, . . , aad Farmer., Tax S ci cm no Aatucax bat now reached its FooaTEUTH Yaaa. and will enter upon a New .Volume on thd 1 1th of September. It ia the only weekly publication of tbe kind now is sued in this country, and it has a very extensive circulation in all the States of thc Union. Il it not, as some might suppose from its title, a dry, abstruse work on technical science t oa.the con trary, it so deals with the greal events going on in the scientific, mechanical and industrial worlds, as to plcate and instruct everv one. 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LUCAS, A . ) T TAVi.VG changed hands and been thor Ll oughly Overhauled and painted through put, and owned in St. Joseph, will commence running as a regular Packet in the above trade, leaving at. Joseph every I Tiutday,at4 'cUck, P,Mni-- r DunMuallr. till the elose of navigation.- Noxuas Willie soared by the officers of the ar ...ll . .... . i. . I . 1 J .liaiwaiMti, ur ramc a irrp un aera -vnw w (aoue ure and eomhrt to their friends and natron t. The emeerw OP the- steamer Mansfield, will pay particular atteottoa tn all orders entrusted to their care by tne merchants aa St. Joseph and all intermediate Landings to Omaha. july 29, 53, 3m. DOWDALL, MARKHAM & CO., WASHINGTON FOUNDRY, Engine and Machrne Shop, CORNER OP FECOTD Ai'O MORGiJf STREETS, , .-! ST. LOUIS, MO. rANOFACTURERS of Steam Enginetand i'J. Boiler. Saw and Grist Mill Machinery, Single and Double Circular saw Mills, Tobacco Scream and Premea, Lard Kettles, Lard Screwt and Cvlinders, Wool Carding Machines, Build ing Castings, Young's Improved Patent Smut Mills, te. ' -.: ' Ageul Cor the sale ef Janjej Ssaitb 4 Co.'s Supenar jMacbuM Cards. aag. 6,57, ly. id! . Daaox.laiaTj t-aOLoat.' tixs. a."aouits. ' : P1M0X & CO., :; ' Importers aad Wholesale Dealers ia :Liquors -and-Cigars, No. 1TB Second St. Bet. Creea Horraa 8AINT LOUIS. MO. ' ' ' , , Agtnta fir Eolony 4 Tilton'i ' ' Alcohol, Colorne Sp'U, Sjtirit Gas & Camphene jne4,'57,tf.,. LcciEa caaa. 7 v. altxid caaa. L. & A. CARR, WHOLESALE DEALERS IN 1 Books, Paper, Stationery, &c, kt.. No. 49, North Mai a Street . , , -8T. LOUIS, MO.1 A rr. v j jnne4,'57,tt .V,Z,Tlv . AHcennr. RIvpt. - 5n Donmlian Conntv. miles back of White Cloud. Of the ... v.-- 1 Western and Northwestern Kansas, as well domain is rapidly filling np, but still most ' " ' vt 1 1.-1 11 v. , uuu vw u uiiu. rapidly improving in every respect. and render White Cloud, as a commercial mart, and the adjacent country as an and attractive portion of the mighty AVest. ' i Jcxe, 1S58. THE CASKET OF DIAMONDS. 4 WEEKLY JOURNAL, containing 32 i. columns of choice reading matter, of a character calculated to instruct, amuse, ai.d in terest thc general reader, will be commenced on the First Saturdav in March, 1859. ONLY $1 PE'l AYXITM, IX ADVANCE. TIIE CASKET '-OP DIAMONDS Will he the cheapest, best and most entertain ing Weekly Paper ever published in New York. DIAMONDS: DIAAI0ND3!! DIAMONDS!!! Twenty Thoiwand Dollars worth of pure Cali fornia Diamonds, set in every conceivable style of elegant Gold Jowelry, to he presented to the subscribers of the Casket of Diamonds. There are no gifts worth lest than 25 cents, and from that up to $300. - GIFTS! GIFTS!? CIFTS!!! : ' " EYE7Y SUBSCRIBER Will receive a banti fill Gift fn Gold or Diamond Jewelry,' irametliately on receipt of hit or her name.accomptnnied by the amount of subscrip tion money. . , ... THE SUBSCRIBERS NAMES, As fast as veoeivod, will b planed ia rerulaw rotation, on our Book, opposite designating Not., and the gift containing a corresponding No. will be tent IMMEDIATELY pott paid, to the tobscriber. . , ... , f iVP, . . . LVDIES! LADIE5w-;.4DIE.S!!If You can get a large number of snbscribers or the Casket of Diamonds by a little extra exer tion; and for every 10 subscribers names yon forward as, accompanied bv the monev, we will send vou a beautiful diamond rift. We make the same offer to Gentlemen. : . Please bear in mind the fact that every sub scriber to the Casket of Diamonds will receive a beantifnl gift immediately on receipt of his or h?r name, acumpnnicd by the subscription mo aev. Persons wishing to commence with the First No. should send in immediately, as the gift they will receive will encourage them to speak to others of their success, and thereby assist mate rially in increasing oursubseription list to com-mance- with the first No. Among the interesting features of our paper, will be. a Lore Correspondence of the moat thrill! ng and exciting character, which took place in Paris', in 1855. betwixt an English Gentleman and a French Lady the tyrannical onosition of the ladv's father" to the anion of his daughter with the English gentleman, is described in the most vivid and interesting manner, a well as the successful plots of the young ladv to elude the vigilance and cruelty of her heartless father. : These letter are deeply interesting, and of a pure, high-toned character. ' ' i IT Each Subscriber mnst send 3 eent nostage stamps, for return rvtge on pift. Address NELSON, HICKS, k CO.. Proprietors of the Caaarr or Diaaoxns. 7J Nassau Street, N. T. ' ' march 4, 58, 3m. . . ' ST. "LOUIS . Type' and Stereotvpp! Foundry, ' PsnrTERs nrxyisKiso -itasshotjsz, . Estaalhbfl in 1810. -' ' LADEV7 A PRRRS, 37 and 38, Lr-.ust Street, .St. Lorn; Mb., rpYPE-FOUNDERS, and deajersia all kiads A of Presses, Piain and, Oruamental Type, News,Bokaad Colored Printing Inks, Bronxet. News, Bmk, Cap, Letter,. Envelope, Colored and Manilla Papers.;; i J 'A .'( ' We are prepared to furnish complete Printing Offices, at short notice, ,aad, at E tern pricea Besidet Type of our own 'manufacture, we can fill orders telected frem tba. Saeeinlna- Buok of U. Johnson, a vx, Ciacinntt Type Foundry, Conner k Sons, White k Co., Geo. Bruce alM Wood. Type, from Wells" 4 "Webb, New York, . - Wa are aUo the authorised Agents for R. Hoe 4 Co., Tavlor 4 Co., Cincinnati Type. Foundry, J. D. Foster It Co4 9. K Riigales' Tower Press Manufacturing .Co., and, .Northrop Printing n . . Preasea. Anv newspaper publishing this adrartitement to tbe amount or five dollars, and tending two eopiet ot paperso at, tnll aa paid wnea tkey parenaae, ave (tarea ana aeaoaat ia troa. - Eiecvotypiag executed at abort notice, in a superior manner. , .".-.... oet,.7 , -;- i LADEW k PEERS. . M., JEf. THOMPSON .... , ' ' Reil Estat AKeit, S AINT JOSEF1T, MnSOtTRI.-' LAVDS Entered and Warranta Located ia Missouri, Iowa, Kansas and Nebraska. Improved and unimnroved Lands for sale in Buchanan, Andrew. HoR. Atchison. Nodawav. Gentry, Cliotoa.DeKalb and Caldwell Countiea. 8elect and Loeaie for distant dealer oa the most favorable terms. Examine and ralne Lands and pay Taxes for noa-residenta. Land Warranta- Bought and Sold. ' nartng surveyed a large portion of Missouri, Kansas aad Nebraska, tbe latter for Govern ment, I am parti colarly posted In regard to tbe value of Land., I .caa furnish Land Hantert with all tba information neessarv to make good selections. . jsaa 4,-57. tf. - Kansas, six hnndred and fifteen miles central position of White Cloud notlung . 1 .1 ' 1 " il ent. it is immeaiawiy on me air une uom gren. ow t Wansao na wpll aa Srmtrtf-m NphrftslitV. The roads di- as Southern Nebraska. The roads di- will soon be completed from the opposite ierry rccenuy emauiioucu, .mo v m valuable lands can be obtained within Already there are flourishing schools ia -"j-. w 1 RUFUS R. EDWARDS, WHOLESALE GROCER, ! . IMPORTER A!D DEALKR IS . ., FOilEICS AND DOMESTIC VFIXES AND LIQUORS, . Main, Retweea Fraacis A Jole Streets, ST. JOSEPH, MO., HAS now in store, anil to arrive throughout th season, the largest and be3t assorted stock of Groceries, Wines and Liquors, ever be fore offered in this market, and to purchaser. (I may remark.) such inducements will be offer ed, that I may defv competition. 800 sacks Rio coffee; 1000,000 GD a SB cans; 30 hhds N O sugar; 110 qrbblsa kits mcicrl 21 packets Java coffee 125 doz 2 a 3hoopbckts 1000 kegs nails assorted 25 doz flour sieves; 320 bblsaad hlvamolat lOOboxes firecrackers; 300 kegs molasses; 100 doz yeast powders; 400 boxes soap; 100 boxes starch; r 200 bxs tallow candles; 75 half boxes do; 500 bxs whole, hi vs a 80 boxes pickles, balf nrs stir candles; gallor.; 250 boxes cheese; 50 bxs quart pickles; S0OO sacks dairy salt; 500 hndls wrapg paper; 700 pckg9 teas different lOObndls wrapg twine; grades 300 bxs Scotch herring 275 boxes raisins; 200 kegs S C soda; 10 bbls cream tartar; 100 bbls almonds, Al berts a Brazil nuts; 50 kegs bar lead; 70 cases blf a quarter sardines; 50 bxs tomato ketchup 300 bxs window glass, : assorted; 50 doi well buckets; 40 sacks pepper; . 25 sacks allspice; 300 boxes tobacco; 2500 sacks G A salt; 25 sks fresh Car. rice; 200 bbls vinegar; 1501b1s crushed sugar; 75 bbls pulverized do; 150 dozen bed cords; 400 bags assorted shot; 100 gross blacking; -200 bxs chalk a stone pipes; .. 120 bbls mackerel; Whairbblsdo; 50 hxs lemon syrup; 175 bxs quart flasks; 1 00 boxes Cuba eigars lOil boxes pint do; 1000,000 fine cigars ass. 6000 gains. stone ware; WINES 4 LIQUORS. 300 mats cassia; , 500 bbls whiskey; 75 doz wash boards; - 400 half bolt do; i 100 bxs penpersaace; 100 bbls cognac brandy 50 doz hlf bush meas; 40 bbls N E rum; 200 bxs smoking tohac; . 60 bbls American gin; 50 boxes citron ; i 10 casks Foreign do; 75 grp..playing cant,..!-!0- kegs cherry brandy SO cases mnstard; 7 qr nines old Mad.; 400 bxs assorted candy i 30. bb's old Bourbon 10 eases indigo hiskev; 60 bbls tar; . 100 kegt salaratus; i. 500 dozsn ovsxers ; 25 bbls ginger; 200 nests tubs; . lOOhaskts chamnngne: 161 kgs French brand v 40 bbls Malaga wine; 25 qr pipes port do; 3 bbls neach brand v; 50 bbls old rve whisky 50 hlf bbls Mai. wine. As a great nortion of the above goods are mv own dirrict importation, or twirchaaed from first hands, and are offered foroash, purchasers wonld do w&l to examine mv stoek. and swmr Pri ces. RUFUS R. EDWARDS. Mine 18, '57. 6m.. . : . - GEORQE P..LUOKHARDT, sTatchraate, tnd Dealer in i watch fh. rtorKs'' jewelry, OREGOX, HOLT CO., MO., I 'AKES theiib!rty to inform the citizens of a. Wliite Cloud and. viejutr, that be opened a Watch, Clocx and Jewelry Store ia Oregon, Holt County, Missouri, where he will keen constantly on band, and for tale, a good assortment of Gold and Silvet Watches, Clocks and Jewelry, which he will sell extremely low, for Caan. Also, a nn lot or V lolint, Accorde. ons. Silver and Plated Spectacles, Gold Pens, with Gold and Silver Exteaaioa Cases, 8ilver Thimbles, Ac, tc .- . ;i . He i prepared to repair Watches, Cloaks and Jewelry of every description, ia toe best manner, and on the most reasonable terms. Every article bought ia bia establishment, it warranted to be what the are represented to be. Watch repairing warranted ror one year.i june 4, '57, tf. ; t . . i a. a. ToaaxVr ;, . .. ,.. iisdil urm, Surveyor 4 CI vi I Engineer. TORREY &. LAPPIN, Land & General Agents & Sarrcyors SENECA. NEMAHA CO., KANSAS. WILL promptly attend to westing Money, paying Taxes, locating and Belling Land warranta, ourveviur Towa Bites, Bab-diriding sections, ete. Will bay aad aell Towa shares aad Towa Lots, and do a Geaeral Agency Baa- ineaa. . . ..... REFERENCES. J. VT. Paaxta, Parker "t Express, lowaj E. B. FatanrL, - President Michigan Central College; J. Baaxca. President Alleghany College; Hon. B. O- TiriSAaocrx, Tena; Jawaa Fowrra, Oregon, Mo.r Hon. J. P. Huxanr. Aubarn, N. Y- jaa 4, 57, ly.a - &0 finfl " AGENTS WANTED, V-bVUUU.' either Ladiea or Gentle men,, ia every towa aad Count ia tbeaDaited States, to engage in a genteel butinesa, by which they caa make from 11,000 to $2,000 a year, r orparucu am, add re. enelosiar stamp. - . D. av. UEW E.y CO, -1 J jaa. 31, 3a. Box 151, Philadelphia, Pa. 1 vVYElt'S IT i-- Ire ciriEf tie Sick U ti txtt,t JULES fcAFZL, ra tba well kwn CboMmrl HM, PkilaMpkia, wlut taiHr ataaa-ataiaaaisnrriaUM,Iar,: , In aaapv aay of roar Cum, Tiitaaa fcr drinic SanMa ana canu nrT an aiirr Vual, km all ia pUtea,. JT T, aalWa aa maa. Um nH a waca laey an tawi.. . , The TawiMi Cnaiien WABDLAW wriim a . , timon. IM Arnt.11 i " Da. J. C. Aria-B.r: I aava ukn I fc at- Aw cIm lialiiiiaiiw. Ian.. aa4 Bilioaa haaaaclw, wkxk knW lMn w ia lb prlaf- A fern cmm of jnnt Mu ? 1 aava aaaa jmw (.nany rtooni anar ymt iv maiba aal tolda arltk aatulia an. T7 H MdieiaM-wMch can ; aad I M it a ptaaaui faa Im taw ! aanj dnaa aad an anat, JOHN F BgATTT.Ea4v.8at.afUa1fna.1-! an: ""ft, "Sir btactl Pill. I aai aanr wilhoal 11 thaai ia air kmly,, m, a. will pT.1 ever anaainl n km, wktat Tba wkMv iMewaaa 8. 8, STSVIMS, H, n worth. N. H., wnua: . --SW, Havtae ana vow Cimjianc Ptua la canity map aipcriaaca that ibaj an aa awaWj!1 tin. ' la caan of diaaraaraa Biactnaac.'tht k taaWMka. liaaahiaa, tnninaaam, aaa lot ,Z7' af 4inaan thai fellow, lb an a nm nawlt n77 miarnlrtnai,.J7 ia4 thin Frila ia ih Coatk ivaakiaa m m warM ; aaa tban Mw win infmt to l hat adaurakla pnpanbna btit. " a . Bia m lana - " n, Mk, aj ) lB. J. T. Ataa Dear Str: I kan bna KiTfc. my anu whk acniMla at ita worat dm, aaS M , twanlT rnaa' Inal, aaa aa anloM af aaaaiat at actaim aava iaea raannwlj rani ia a few warka at nmr rvi With what fcaiiaa M njuknt I tm e. ask li imatinea ab yon nalin what 1 kairt .thm uttm : kmf. - ' i i 44 Naver aatit bow ban I bmmi n. aai iIih i 1 4tnan in aoaia ahana. Al liaia. it ailarkrrf an ' Own a auld ia lb araiui f mwMA ... kM mam HHl I ana an alaMiat ki4, lwlr M anmlunai. mi if bit IitiS, and btm- ; " uV . i Aaoni bid wrk ar I aal ill bt a,: av bu. ami kaot h aaaiaiai. M Aaoiit aio waeka as I aaiiBiaiKrd lati. ymti Hy ay- ar wm, tay -a i.. aaa a,Tantni2'!;5 lkmiy a --- Hobins this atataaaeal auy aa tha aminmt. mfonaatwB tkal rkali a ford tn ntSui, I am, ana win MBIimiBI of graiiOMM, Yaara, t., MAiUAiirma M I hava kavwa lb akiw aaaiaS tlana tirkab. a J '"a'-fivs . ovfartf iarottoDnutkMani Cart. JOEL r ATT, of lb skip Mima, wiaw ba tVwoa. str h April. 18M: Your Pill Kara cubmI bm fena a ktlkaa, tmrl atat an tana aaarBBt of Uia LTar, abka kaa l.nai ty aahlBBi. I aa aiil4 of any Rlict a ai, rvracaa. im ttim Trjr nawd, I cirni' irjr ; aal ttwaaa yoar Pilla hav roaipletaly Trsisrf aia h htxlta I aa Ca titrm as mj akiMrea for wanaa, Ha aa laa al t. Tbry wr pnanvtlr enrr. 1 ircnauBaaM aaa Sa a frli far CMtrrcBraa, a hirh ba4 bihiUoI km ai BMath a 4 bm ia a aw ears l bar kat oiiaf km Toa aiak UM bast aitaitiBa ia Uia aatM; aaa I aa ha aajr aa.'' MlliklMUsflAamM MicHwef tbaSsaaat Coan, wuoa Brilliant ahOuiM fcara aos aia aal taawa, aol salj at tua ant tka BiliMa'!iaai. AVa Ortemnt, Uk AjtA UM Sir : I bar gfrm aau-uctioB la aaaiiMf rr tka avrlf and (umilr hara bra van awrk kaii4 to aa BMtiriBaB. Mf wia, waniBi rwa yaara Bart. a( . r aa daararaua csifhj by yvmt Cnaaar racrfaji, an aliic lba kaa aajoji parWrt koalik. H;kiaa hav aavaral Ubm ka caaas) fniai altarka of Ua lata axa aaa) Onus kr H. It ia aa iavalaaMa nawa a akaa BaaaplaiBta. Yaar CaTNsrrrc Piua kiratinna; cbbm) b faoaa a ayapatjaia a a roatiraBoa, Baak k frssva apoa a ia- anw.e yitn,- inaaa, ikiaom Batk Btor iaapnnaai, Cma lb hat tka, I kaf bsaa ti ralief from lira bat Pbrakiaaa abicb ifc aciaaa lha ceuatry anBB, aa noia aay af lb aaa.wa aaa. aW 1 kaa Ukaa. Toa sreai In aa, Dnrlnr, Ilk a proviJaaiial Mt Maar family, aam yaa mat arat aaaar aa an asa miminU af M. lura rMpanSillr,- 1XAVITT TrlsTTTJ. gmmU riaBin-, fXMa, r 5ft, HSt " Da. J. C. Arsa Hoaotval Sir: I ka aattaa atk trial of tba ('itniiik Piixa, Vft Bia kr ra ana, aaa kara baa caraa) By thamoftha a'faaafal ti lam ndar wbwk b fcaaad m aMffrnDj. Tbt Srat bb lava an, and a- av aahaaquant dnraa kara own kbibm tka diaaaas. 1 ami m batiar kaaltk a aaa a snm roan bafiira, ahick 1 anrilam aaiiialy ta lb, riaa of ysar VaviuBvae filaa Mmn itb (ml w.aaet LL'CIUn b. ainxAi Tba abor am all fmm Samoa afco am pnUirk kaa a kar ttwy aaald. Bad ah would an, maka rkaa aaa amata without a Ibonjtigk coavicuoa that ibay Ban aa Prepared by ML J. C AYES, ft CO, Practlsai and AaaUytical Clumiata, Lswtll, laa SOLD BY . Shrere 4 Macy, White Cloud, Kansas; Reed 4 Sturges, Iowa Point, Jas. N. York, Doniphan, J. II. Maun 4 Co.. Brownvills, Nebraska; Peter, Fraxer 4 Col, Oregon, Mo.; Barnard, Adam 4 Co., St. Louis; Van Lear 4 Brictan, St Joseph ; And by all Druggists. july 2, 57, Ir Howard Associatioa, Philadelphia, IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT !! rpO all persons afflicted with Sexual Diiesw. J. anrh aa Snerrnatnrrhna. frmiaal Mnl' net. Impotence. Gonorrhoea. Gleet, Srplub, the vice of Onanism, or Self Abuse, 4fi The Howard Associatioa, in vie ef awful destruction of human life, newt k Sexual diseases, and tbe deceptwna fraclicrs upon tbe anfortunat victims of such iIism" by Quacks, have directed their Ci)iismIii geon, as a charitable act worthy of the" to give Medical Advice Gratia, to ail pr' thus afflcted, who apply by letter, witk t fa criptioa of tlieir coudit'ian, (age, orMp" habits of life, Ac.,) and ia cases "( t' poverty and suleviiig, to famish .Mulma" '" of Charge. ' . The Howard Associatioa is a oeaevo!t l stilutioa, erttabllahed by tpecinl edo . the relief of the sick and distressed. tBK"? with "Virulent and Epidemic Disease has now a surplus of means, which tba t. tors have voted to expend ia adveriw'f above notice. It ia needless to siid ttat j Associatioa commands the highem tkillof the age. and will furnish ths T proved modern treatment. tM Just publisbeI, by tbe Association, a r on Spermatorrbora, orSeniaal W"TL-l vice of Unaniim, jnastBrtmuoa or " . and other uiseasca ol. tne evm T"-' the Consulting Surgeon, which will M f' mall, (in a sealed envelope,) Free rfCkatp- km ana Ihwiww sutily awa Tr, I m, tkaa aaf UMt wahia an k-mk mL Biaa kav iraliu' aiarM bwrtu frua ' ) - fa. M.M. tyca, r il.it, I , 1,. I I las pMMMn ia adding an . of ni tic.aaa, kaviaf inTZT upeitor a any Mbar I ban m foaaa. TanaTll! aa tkair pantiaa, a as aarfctctif aaa aauibai aw aiaka Ibea aa iannabw aiucl i aaklK aa. iLz PT nariT yawn awnwa rmr mni rataa on the receipt or two stamps ror pj"" , Addresa, Dr. GEO. R- CALHOU5. C httiab'inth Street, RiiUdeIphi, P- Jm t rxr . r F.7B A TI. HARTW7ELL. Fresuiw GEORGE FAIRCUILD. Seottw?- June 4. "57, ly. 13 PDBLLSaSD - EVEET THCRSDAT, V SOL. MILT.BR, Editor aad Tnt"' - WHITE-LOUD. KANSAS- TEE3I3 $2 per Tear, in RATES OF ADVERTISING. I aquare, (10 Unea or leaa.) one week' Each additional inaertien. Busines Cards, of 5 linet or less.. 1 tm Uberal deduction wiU be made U advertise by tba year. - ' ' " .,t V The privileges of yearly adverUKw confined exclusively to tnetr business. FnaJ wtq AaminiBjnBt7rs . xj-eva - w - meat, Diseolation and Petition af Administrators', Executors , aanotmeiog Candidate for Office, ranee. Displayed advertisement rfll b an extra price. .tor'' Communication of persoaal p 'A t Ucited; bot if admitted, tneywiuoe- . advertitemeata, at 12.UU per , (i,ik . i .... not tusrsv j specified number of InsertioM.winos nn4il olaaarl knt aarl eharged aearai's-j jf t AJlraaaientadTHi.ieaU" ttrictly la advance.-1 " .,a srr BilU for advertising will be ,reiente T- ly, at the end of each qWjfT- ,B 'jj ctf Th. .W, reruFatlons will be ja 'rZgt- id!v adherad o,anss !Tiaa. t" , U toaTwwMHw .--lie - ted ia th best ityl, pm b"