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? .rteei1" ,nbjo!ned T1' Mr. Bott Jones, wUe 'PWorJ Pr.cinct 1&7. It htttti sZervriu toother eriBnr revert will sc.ire.Ij ne nr Oar ... r ,i refuse ,B-,- lr . hnsiness in which it had V U'l Jirectlj nd indirectly. W chronicl.it. own infamy in "Jwi h Kansas aiWr. iu Ml- - -.1 j hr (S)s, nppoblican has here- i .litth5i published on l"f j.de will see from the "tfof Mr. Jo'"58 Low WiC U,at "fiii how ntterlj alien to .Ltion. Hew it U: C Mo.. Nov. 23. 1853. IL retonw of n election held at SnJEd Pcinct. in Johnson Codnty. ont of the judges. I never put Pi .or consented that any one else ta The first I knew of it, was Uwrence Herald of Freadom. V U lure Bade tuts statement souuer, ?fflrtoDlJ' but for th. persna "i&d. and the xeiUment which TSiflaJ at the time of the transaction, ffi Ml choose to expose the affair vol ISnrattW time; though I should ZL hesitated to have done so, if 1 Ubwacallad on by any tribunal hav- iarwliction of the matter. In bep uLLlv. I commnnicatel tne above S,entin.nhst.e,to the SL Louis Scan, from West p ort. Mmsoai i. I Lfctrs to ascertain whether it had been -esireJ, bnt was nnahle to do so. Upon oiling on one of the editor of that paper Ai, awning, he declined to pnbluh any .Utemmt in the premise I therefore icbmit this statement to the Democrat, trcst it will receive a place in iU col oam. I do thia in justice not only to nwlfbot to the country. I am aware wij conduct is blameable, but would Bertbelsss have the ease properly nnder ood. What the threats and curses of Bj omits in Kansas failed to obtain in tints of great e scitement, I now yolnn tm'ly girt. I am not disposed to impli auotbers, and will not do so, except it lc in wlf itefence. Bj publishing the aWe, yon will a a great favor. Respectfully, do UAH A Caud Political. The Winches ter (HI.) ChrouiJj coat lias tin follow ing notice : Tin publicans of Winchester rrcciuct, Scott County, Illinois, to the eleven no who vore.1 the Republican ticket in Hamilton County, Uliuois Grketixo: And desire to "know it what time it will suit their convenience to partake of a public dinaer at this place, which we desire to tender them as testimonial of good grit! Let their motto be: "Our number would hare taued Sodom, and one to tarry" CoiiuiTT. STEAMBOAT RE SISTER. Tort of While Clond. .utren vr. PASRFD DOW. PUtte Vallev, Mar. 22 Currier, " 29 Omaha, 31 Florewe, April 1 Sionx City, 6 E. M. EyUnd. Alotrzo Child, " 8 E. A. Ogden, 9 U. S. Got. Boat, 15 rutte Villej, Mm. 19 Carrier, Oiuhi, SIdu Cut, Witviia, April Aloni') Child, E.M. R.L..I, E.A.Og'den, D. A. Jinurr, f.S.Gor.Boat, Enigruit, Mowt Greeivood, Flarenct, AuWilgui, Oiuh, Vtumx, KlHut, AloarCkild, Inlftila, rNwrim, fmt City, S?rta4 Eflp, Conatil Bluff, lA.Opltn, Mit t M. Rjltnd, " Cirrifr, ' rwij. Htnuitwl, TttrWtt, Watoasa, Florence, . Emigrant, 16 20 20 Asa V ilgaa. 21 Mosea Greenwood, 23 Peerlew, 24 26 27 27 28 30 30 30 1 4 4 7 7 U 18 18 21 24 25 25 27 29 1 IjobelU, Alonio Child, Watnssa, St. Mary, Spread Eagle, Sionx Cit, a Council ElufT, Omaha, Watosi. May D. A. January, E. A. Osdpn,' . E. M. Ryland, Watos', Watowa, FloriIJa, Perrlew, Hannibal, Watosss, Carrier, Thos. E. Tutt, D n Conrers, WatOfflS,' Jane Florence, D. H. Morton, Dn Conrert, Wm. Baird, Watowa, Emisrrant, Dan Convert, Did Conver, Watwwa, I'W C-IllTr Binl 4 7 7 8 U. , j) B.M.rto.,Jun 2 8 2 S 4 12 13 hitCIouJ F. B., sCoireri, W10Mt, Dm CoTrt, 19 20 - 22 26 26 26 27 2 2 3 7 8 12 13 15 15 19 26 27 27 29 31 8 9 12 16 18 22 23 25 29 30 4 6 8 10 11 12 IS 20 23 26 28 30 3i 4 S 8 11 11 Asa Wilpog, Dan Confers, Srtread Eagle, Watocsa, Washington Citr, Isabella. Dan Conven, WaUwea,- . Twiliplit, Mnfield, -WatosMr " D. H. Morton, . Rioax City, Mmsfiel J, Watona, Watos, . -U. S. Gor. Boat, Omaha, T. UMcGill, Mansfield, ' Watossa, Angnit John Warner, WatOOML, , Maiisfie'id, -Prima Donna, Watos, Mansfield,' Isabella, sConT,, K-Morto., WCitT, "8. Got. Boat, Watotai, Oaaha! stoat. .Wanirt, wtna, a Donna, x aa, woBa, 3 4 12 13 18 21 22 26 26 29 2 7 U. S. Got. Boat, Rowena, ' . 19 26 , 28 30 Watowa, E. M. Ryland, Watossa, Mansfield, Sept. Edinburg, Watossa,. D. H. Morton, E. A. 0?deu, Mansfield, . Wat Sionx City, - Watoaaa, - E. M. Ryland, Emigrant, Fire Canoe, Oct. Mansfield, Omaha, St. Maty. Fire Canoe, -E. M. Ryland, E. A. Ogden, Florilda, Not, Mansfield, Omaha City, Spread Eagle, , ffWd. 1 6 8 13 17 17 18 20 26 26 28 14 14 18 22 22 22 28 1 8 11 14 P .6. Sent. v "Wen, 10 14 14 23 22 23 30 "atout !XCitT, M.RTlnd. JESetd, 5:A-Oslea, 30 8 14 18 18 20 26 29 Will Douglas bk Peesidist ? The St. Lonis Evening Nero does not believe thatDonglas will U the Democmic nominee. It says : We think not. We don't think he will even be nominated. His friends and ad Diirers, we are aware, imagine since his triumph in Illinois that he is the autocrat of all the United States, and U hnnn.l : be nominatel hy the Charleston Conven- 1 flan in 1 fififl n-lion 1, :il I v wv, .uvu u. mil sweep cverv- ; thine before him. ... VV. - - ! r. , , , . . o u iiiui wj luuire nciore him. Donglu will never- reai-b the White Hon, beeanse the politicisni of the Sonth will not let him they are willing to have him in the Senate, because he can be of use to them there. They want manageable men for Presidents, and Dou glas is eminently an unmanageable man, with too great a lovo of power, and a too -unreasonable ambition to submit to the necessary and wholesome restrains which hedge the Presidency around. Besides, his Freeport "Squatter Sovereignty" dogma will stand like an iron gate across his path, and forever prevent his access to the White House. A Washington correspondent ssys "the materia! outline of the President's Message has been completed and submitted to the Cabinet, in order to enlighten those i'lns- triors dignitaries, as to the views enter j tained by its venerable anthor. There was no purpose of consnltation, and no intention to ask advice. They looked wisely, like the Irishman's owl, twirled their thumbs, and concluded that no man ever occupied the Chair of State, who compared with Jeems Buchanan, as Gov. Wise nsed to call him in fraternal days. This is really an astonishing and overpow ering cabinet from head to tail, and from tail to head." 1 Joel It. Warner was the Lecompton candiJate in the Berks District, (Pennsyl vania, ) to Cll the vacancy occasioned by the resignation of Jehu Clancy Jones. The Opposition candidate was Gen. Wm. II. Keim. The election eccurrod on the 30th ulu It is said that W G. Simms, the nov elist, will rrobably be elected U. S. Son ator from South Carolina, as the success or of Judge Evans. WHITE CLOUD MARKETS. Flour, per Jack of 9C lbs., $3.75(2 $4.00 Com, p bushel, 25. Oatg, " 50. Potatoes, " 50. Corn Meal," 50. Wood, t? cord, $3.00. Eggs, dozen, 15. Batter, "g lb, 15. Bicon, " 78. Lard, 10. Tallow, " 10. Sugar, 12'.i. CofTee, " 14. Riee, " 10. Tea. " 61tl!0. Salt, sack, 2.60. Dried Apples, busrtel, 2.50. . Dried Peaches, " ' 3 JO. Mackerel, " 8. M Masses, 'jP gallon, 6175. Tar, " 50. Vinegar, " 25. Nails, by the Keg, 5'.. THE CIIEAPRST AND BEST NEWSPAPER, IS THR ILLUSTRATED UNITED STATES JOURNAL. New York Iluistratsd Usitro Statrs Jocr jtai. Extraordinary Awmodncksirnt. Every purchaser of a fl bottle of the Arctic Liniment, receives, at Dr. Bragg's expense, the VaUnt State Journal, at New York, for one year. The Journal is a large illustrated rarer each number containing 16 pages, beautifully printed on clear white paper, and filled with original matter from the most brilliant writer of the country. You can buy the Arctic Liniment at ny Drug june 3, 1858. CAUTION. NOTICE is hereby given, that my wife, Anna Maria Pryor, has left my bed and board, without just cause or provocation, taking my two daughters with her. I hereby forewarn all persons against harboring or trusting her on my account, aa I will pay no debts f her con tracting, unless she returns to me, which she has at anv time privilege to do. dec.2.'58-3w. JOHN PRYOR. TIMBER LAND, And Interest in Steam Saw Mill, For Sale! I" OFFER for sale one-fourth Interest in the Steam Saw Mill of UUh ft Thrailkill. on Rash Island, two and a half miles belaw White Cloud. The mill is nearly new. Is in good or der, and is one of the best in the country, with an extensive run of custom. Also, will sell with the mill, forty-five acres of timber land, adjoining the mill, and border ing for a quarter of a mile on the river. There ia on this land a wood-yard and excellent steam boat landing, which renders it unusually desir able. I offer the land and interest in mill for 11200. I want $300 cash, by the 1st of April, l!?-9-The balance I will take, if preferable to the purchaser, in good prairie land within six miles of White Cloud or Iowa Point. If one-fourth of the mill is not .ufficieut to occupy the' time of the purchaser, I will rent him another fourth, on reasonable terms, and take pay in lumber or sawing. Call on the subscriber, on the premise. dcc2,58-tf. HENRY ULStl. NOTICE ; To the Stockholders of the Padonia Town Co. AT the regular annual meeting of the Stock holder of the Padonia Town Company, held at Padonia, on the 30th day of September, ISM, it wa voted to assess one hundred dol lars on-eath and every sixteenth interest of the Stockholders, for improvements in said town. The assessment to be paid by the first day of January, 1859; and if not paid by that time, the money to be made by sale of the defaulting in terests. " ORVILLE ROOT, nov. 25, 58-6 w. Secretary of Company. Administrator's Notice. NOTICE is hereby given, that the under signed ha been appointed Adminiiitfator of the Estate of Jared Sowers, deceased, late of Doniphan County, K. T-t by letters testament ary, grantod by Hon. Lyman Nash, Probate Judge ia and for said Couaty, dated November 4th, A. D. 185d. All persons having ciaimS against said Estate, are hereby required to ex hibit them, with proper vouchers thereto, to the undersigned, within one year after the dats of the letters, or they may be precluded from any benefit of such Estats; and that if such claims be not exhibited within three years from the date of the letters, thev shall be forever barred. JOHN E. FAULKNER, Administrator. . nov. 25, &8-3w. - - NOTICE. -, . V ADDRESS communications concerning the business of the White Cloud City Compa ny, or making iaqniries with regard to the same, to th andersigned. - ; jane3,5d,tf. . V. D. MARKHAM. . Cultt4 States DIrectorj. - "THE nudera.'gned propose issuing a book sn derthe above title, to contain ahont rime ars-D"'iC- Siie of page 15 bt 20 inche.! The object of the United State Directory will be 1st To give the name and post office address or every male person of the age or fifteen year and upwards, in the United State. 2d. To give the name of ever? post office and postmaster in the United State. 3d. Give the name and place of publication of every daily, weekly, minthlv. an l nrarteriv paper and magazine puUUhed in the Uuited Sute. - Each State, city, town, village and pot office will be alphabetically arranged. The name of each person will be alphabetic ally arranged umler the head of their pod office au.Iress. .. A the Uuited States Directory will be a mat ter of interest to every resident of America we respectfully solicit the aij u&evcry postmaster and others to all parts of the ermntry, ia obtain ing-names and sending tbcia on as soon as pos sible. In making up lists, write the name of the post office. County and State, at the h ead of the sheet, then fill the rcmaiudur willi distinctly written names of male persons only, of the age of fifteen yean and upwarjs, and as soon as you have suf ficient to fill an envelope, forward them on imme diately. - A prospectus will be sent to any person who may order it. To prevent mistakes, write distinctly the names, potoltice, Countv and State. MORRIS, GARDNER k WILKES, Publishers, Cincinnati, Ohio.' N. B. Publisher inserting the above prospec tus, including this notice, three times in their weekly paper, and calling attention to the same, in their editorial columns, will receive a copy of the Directory, delivered a their office free of charge. Direct all exchange to the Untted States Directory. v COME ALL! TO THE SQUATTER STORE, IN WHITE CLOUD! WHERE the subscriber has just received new and fresh supply of Fall and Winter Good, eoasiting of Dry Goods, Groceries Provisions. Hardware, Qiesnsware, Glassware, TINWARE, WOODEXWARE, Hats and Caps, Baots and Shoes, GLOVIS AND HOSIERY, Carpenters' Tiiols, FANCY ARTICLES, NOTIONS, AC, which ho will sell at Wholesale or Retail, for Cash, as low as Can be bonglitanrwhere in this upper countrv. W. H. VAN DOREN. . White Cloud, Kansas, Nov. 4, 1S58, tf. DUY HIDES WANTED, for which the highest market price will be paid in Cash or Goods, by . W. (I. VAN DOREN. june 3, SS, tf. , COUNTRY PAOniTE of all kiuds ta ken in exchange for Oool, hv june 3, 5-1, tf. W. II. VAN DOREN. " everybody wants itT "OLANCIIARD-S New Sheet Map of Mis J) souri and Kansas. 100 Agents can find profitable employment selling it. For term. address RUFUS BLANCHARD, fr2 LnSalle Street, Chicago. 111. Newspaper copying the above, shall have a copy of the Map sent by mail, pre paid. In the Crown Comtj Proliate Court, Kansas Territory, In Vacation. Wm. D. Beclcr & Co. ) " "vs. Attachment. Wm. H. Honnell. ) THE pluintiir herein bavins filed, on the 25th day of September, A. D. l!?58, their peti tion in the Clerk's office aforesaid, in writing, against the said defendant, and also an affidavit, stating that said defendant is net a resident of the Territory of Kansas, and it appearing to the satisfaction of the Clerk of said Court in vaca tion, that said defendant cannot be served ait!) process issuing from this Court, it is thorefore ordered that the said defendant be notified of the commencement of tliis suit, the object and trcnoral nature of which is to recover the sum of Four Hundred and Fifty-five Dollars and Fif ty five Cents, together vitii intcre, due and payable from said defendant to snM plaintiffs, and that bis property has been attached to' par the same, and unless he answer, by the Cih day of December next, before the Probate Court of said County, to be bolden at Hiawatha, the pe tition of the said plaintiffs, the same will be ta ken as confessed, and judgment rendered accor dingly. It is further ordered, that publication hereof be made in the White Cloud Kausas Chief, a weekly newspaper publiohed-in the vil lage of White Clond, and of general circulation in the County and Territory aforesaid, for six successive weeks from this date. In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hanJ, and affixed my private seal, (there being as vet do seal provided fur said Court,) at Hia watha, th:s25th dav or October. A. D. 1859. H. S. ItYMAL, Clerk of Probate Court. Bexi. F. Kn.Lir, Attornev for PisJutiffs. Oct. 23, 58-6w. Ia the Crown County Probate Court, Kansas Territory, ia Vacation. John E. Wade ) vs. Attachment. David Osbcm. J " ' THE plaintiff herein harin;, on the 5th dav of October, A. D. 1658, filed in the Clerk's of fice of the Court aforesaid a petition, in wri ting, against the said defendant, and alio an af fidavit, stating that said defendant is not a resi dent of the Territory of Kansas, and it appear ing to the satisfaction of the Clerk or said Court in vacation, that said defendant cannot be se.v ed with process issuing from this Court, it is therefore ordered that he, the said, defendaut, be notified of the commencement of this suit, the object and general nature of which is to re cover the sum of One Hundred and Ninety-nine Dollars and Forty-six Cents, together with in terest, due and payable from said defendant to said plaintiff, and that his property has beast at tached to nay the same, and unless he answer, by the 6th das of December next, before the Probate Court of said County, to be holden at Hiawatha, th petition of the said plaintiff, th same will be taken ss confessed, and judgment rendered accordingly. It is further ordered, that publication hervof be made in the White Clond Kansas Chief, a weekly newspaper pub lished in the village of White Cloud, and of ge neral circulation ia the County and Territory aforesaid, fer six snceessira weeks from this date. . . . . ; 1 In witness whereof, I have helanto set my hand, and affixed my private seal, (there being as vet no seal provided for said Court,) at Hia wa'tliv this 25th day of October, A D. 1S58. H. S. RYMAL. Clerk of Probate Court. . oct. 23. W-w. - . ;.- . 3. SLUSoa. ' V ; .' JAMES H. LA-IE- ; ALLISON & LANE, : ATTOUSEYS AT LAW. WILL practice in all the Courts in North ern Kansas, and in , . .' THE LAND OFFICE AT KICKAPOO. IT Collections attended to in Kansas, Nor thern MiasouH, and Western Iowa. OFFICE JN ; ' Troy, Donipkaa Coaaty, Kaisas. aug. 19, 58, Gm.. . r . ' ' Choice Land for Sale! SEVERAL tracts or valuable Land, ia the vicinity of White Clond, are offered for sale eh reasonable terms. The land is ol the verv best quality, convenient to the river and to timber, and wsnld be a profitable investment te persons desiring to engsgt In the farming business. Also.annmberof choice Lots in White CJood For particulars, inquire af the nndersigned,ai , White Clond, Kansas, aug. 36, 5. tf. V. D. MARKHAM. COME 01 D2. IXM'S R E ill ED IE S, T I AVE given satisfaction to those who have 1. J. ued them. They are always salcl and never fail to do good- Try them once, and yoa will believe what U said ortbem. BALSAM, For the cure of Long and Throat diseases Coasbs. CotJs. Cronp, Weak Lungs, Hoars ne. Sore Throat, Pain in the Chest, Whoop ing Coajfh, Asthma, Bronchitis J: Consumption. The best medicine I ever sold for the par- pose. A. LdowosTHr, Ururgist. Everybody here praise it. J. Iloaa. It i very popular here. Gkobge Rosa, Druggist. ' I cannot Speak tow IvAj Of. . Rev.W.M.Ossoas. EYE SALVE, ' For the rapid cure of every kinJ of Sor or Weak Eyes Dimness of sight. Granulations of the lids, SC OLD SORES of every kind are often"cu'reI in a very short tame, and tn a most remarkable manner Ul cers, Scrofuloue Sores, Fever Sores, Cancers. I never saw such a medicine. It cures every time. - S.J. Botdeji. It cured my eyes without pain, and In a very abort time. Uapt. J. B. Hall. I was nearly blind four years, and was cured bv Oiia Salve. Dr. H. Philo. This is remarkable. He was blind over a year, and u now quite a ell. iter. w. K. Kistluu ANTI-BILIOUS, OR LIVER PILLS. Just the thing when a physic is needed. I.ivei ConruiTT yield oRen to a sinnio box. Jaundice, Foul Stomach, Costivenesa, Dyspcp- i sia, Uiarrhcsa, Draenterr, impurities or the Blood, Headache, Costireness, Sour Stomach, Fevers, Dumb Agno, Boils, Ac. The best physic pills I ever nsed. Da. William. One box cured me of Liver Complaint. Rev. C. Rostaxs. Certainly a superior article- Rev. M. Ricba-ho. " THE LADIES' FRIEND, . Is a safe and reliable Medicine for the eure of Diseases peculiar to r emale--v hites, Irregu larities, Obstructed or Painful Menses, Turn of Life, Beat.ug Down, or Prolapsus Excellent before confinement. Those who are weak and feeble after childbirth, will be CTPatlv benefitted hv their use. j They prevent Miscarriage, relieve Ncrvoua- ness, after pains, weakneEs.audgive sound sleep. I ' Thev are always safe. Trv them once, aud t ti...i "... r... fr..n ,i,. U Ull V.1 3 .lit. Ill W ' JUU. .FEVER CURE FILLS. . These r the Liver, cleanse the svstem i from bilious matters, and certainly cure Ague, Chill r ever, and Bilious rever;- relieving Urs- pensia. Loss of Appetite, aud General Debility. They cure every case. lOi- KiLHRirrxa. Incrvrknew them to fail. J. & J. W.Chasx. We think they can't be beat. ; Rev. R. C. Calxc. Always cure, and no mistake. B. I'. Vait. Gregory' la. tun t Cure of lnin. Sure cure for Cholera, Cholera Morbus, Diar riiir.i. The cheapest and best family medicine. This we can prove by what others say about it. Hear thair t.-stimony, then judge for yourself. I-csTHT-Tt'sr: or Pai.i is the best. medicine I ever sold. Gto. R. Tukams, Dni:git. Rhf.cmatism it always cures. A. J. Hixxam. DrsrKTsia, it cured one of the worst cases I ever -aw. D. Wallack. Sick Headache cured in fifteen minutes. Smith II. Torrtt. Choikka MorSl'S, Ciioi.isa, cured by the hundred every year. Dr. Jesse Haycock. In Vomitinu "and PtfaGi.xo it works like a charm. v. Docia Bakeiiori. Diakrhocas stop almost Instantly, when nsed. A ease of Rhecmatism, of forty years' stand injr.'cured. C. ViMcxtf , Agent. It cures every thing. Dysentery, Headache, Toothache, Backachc Colds, Chilblains, Rheu matism, Sprains and Pains. It is everybody's medicine. Z. Va Dcezes. Agent. Ciioleka Morbps, a very bad case relieved in fifteen minutes. Laureicb Ravfssei.. Weaknvss, loss of appetite from fevers, or other causes. It will set yon riht in a few days. Put a little of it into the water you drink, anl it will prevent the water from hurling you. This certifiei that I have used in my family Dr. Lunt's ' Fever Cure Pills," and " Instant Cure of Pain," with success, and believe them to be invaluable medicines in every family. C. Graham, Pastor of M. E. Church. White Clond, September 2S, 1858. I am satisfied of the troth of the above cer tificate. H. N. Skaver. For Sale by C. F. Jf.kotxos, White Cloud, Kansas. J. W. Rero, Iowa Point, " T. Sttvemso. Highland, " sept. 16, 58-3m. Notice' to Farmers! 'fIIE subscriber is making prepa L rations for packing Pork at this place, the coming season, and expect te pur ahase for Cash, and invites those having Hogs to sell, to call on him before disposing of them. O. BAILEY. White Clond, Sept. 28, 1858-3m. THOS. A. OS30RN,- Attorney and CcanseUor at Law. "AND HEAL ESTATE AQE3TT, tLWOOD, KANSAS, WILL practice-in the several Courts in Kansas, investigate Titles, make Collec tions, attend to Conveyancing, buy aud sell Land, make investments, 4c. . N. B. Particular attention paid to contested Pre emption cases. " may 27, 53, 6m. C. F. JEVMVGS & BROTHER, Forwarding and Commission Merchants, WUITE CLOUD, JAXSAS. New &ooti! 1 1 ARE receiving and opening a large and com plete stock of DRY GOODS. GROCERIES, ' HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE, SADDLERY, CLOTHING.' , HATS & CAPS, BOOTS SHOES, PAINTS k OILS, .' PATENT MEDICINES, DOORS SASH, ' FURNITURE, ' DRUGS, Ax., Ac. Which they are prepared to sell at the lowest figures. fr Cash. C. F. JE2TM3TG3 BROTHER. auf. 5. 56. tf. iWILIiS ! MILLS ! ! Millfrs and Farmers,. Take Xoticel TilE uudorsigned, having mad arvanse menU with the best house in St L-wii. Cincinnati and Chicago, is bow pinrd to fur nish all kinds of Steam Mills and Mill Machiue- r .v.- . nuirMl ntaits. at the shortest i j vi n.i.9. i r notice, and will furnUh at a low prioe and on as liberal terms as any Aent or Foundry in the Western countrv. " in aiso inrnisn neap era, and Mowing and Threshing Machines. The undersigned, bein; a practical Engineer, will set up and warrant all. works farnished by him. He can at all times be found at White Cloud, Kans. or Oregon, Mo. - JOHN H. UTT. . .. . . REFER TO C F. Jennings, Whie Cljud, Kansas. B. F. Rnfliier k Co, u ? . - . Peter, Fraier k Co-. Oregnn. Mo. ' . Likens k Bovd, St. Joph, Mo. . ' I. k E. GrKnwald, Cincinnati, O. Howard Hi neb man. St. Loaia, Ma. Kingsland Feryason, . nay 13,58, t WHOLESALE! RETAIL! STEAM FKRRY AT WHITE CLOUD! A LARGE, new and excellent -i A. Steam Ferry B-t has been placed in the Missouri River, at White Cioud, wtiieh will be ran in all kinds of weather, when the river is open, as often a may be retired, on week days; and on Sondavs, four Cmes, via: between the hours or 9 and 10 o'rlock. A. an l the hours or 4 and 5 o'clock. P. M. Thi place 1 the terminus of the Slat K )H from Ft- Das Moine, l )wa; there is an excel lent road leading to Forest City and Oregon, Mo.; and g-ti nads leading into the back countrv of Kansas and Nebraska, to which White" Cloud is at least six miles nearer than any other river town. Tlii Boat is one of the best in the river, and is manned by an experien ced Engineer and Pilot, and a sober, active and punctual set of hands. Persons wishing to hare themselves, their stock, lumber, or freight of any kind transported across the river, will find White Clond the place fnrhem to be accommo dated In the best manner, with the least possi ble delav on either hore. Ferrr.n? done nt rdneed rates. june lO, 53, tf. In the Brown Couaty Probate Court. Kansas Territory, ia Tacation. John F. Thomas ) ' vs. Attachment. William II. Honnell. ) THE laintiff bavins herein filed his petition in the Clerk's office of the Court aforesaid, 6n the 23th day of September, A D. 1853, in wri ting, against the said defendant, and also an af fidavit, statins that said defendaut is a non-resident or the Territory of Kansas, and It appear ing to the satisracllon of the Clerk of said Court in vacation, that said defendant cannot he? serv es with process issuing out of this Court, it is therefore ordered that the said defendant be no tifiad of the commencement of this suit, the ob ject and general nature of which is to recover the sum or r irs Hundred Uollars, and interest on the same, due and Datable from Mid defen dant to said plaintiff, and that his property has been attached to pay the same, and unless be appear and answer or plead to plaintiffs petition by the 6th day of December next, before the Probate Court, at Hiawatha, in said Connty, the same will be taken as true, and judgment ren dered accordingly. It is further ordered, that publication hereof be made iu the White Cloud Kansas Chief, a weeklv newspaper published in the village of White Cloud, and of eenoral cir culation in this County, fjrsli successive weeks from this date. Iu witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand, and affixed mv private seal, (there being as vet no seal provided for said Court.) at Hia watha, this, the 2."ith dav of October. A. D. 185S. H. S. RYMAL. Clerk of Probate Conrt. Bcnj. F. Kii.let, Attorney for Plaintiff. oct. 23, 58-6 r. B. F. KIFFXER &. CO., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, VllY GOODS AND GROCERIES, Forwarding & Commission merchants, WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS. new monm For the Fall and Winter Trade! TTTE take great pleasure in announcing to V V our friends and customers, that we have received onr Fall and Winter stock of Dry Goods aad Groceries, Hard ware, Qtioen.swarp, Boots ami Shoes, Hals and Caps, Brady Made I'ltttliiaj. Furnitarc S.xh and Doors, , nastorin Hair, Talcal McJiciu'-s, and a varietv of other articles, too nflffleroUs to mention. We are ofTerin? our Goods at prices to suit the present Hard Times, for Cash, and Cash onlv. Give us a call before purchasing elsewhere, and examine our extensive stock of Goods. B. . RUr r fifcK & CU. White Cloud. October 23, 1858. tf. Hark YcT Hark Ye! STONE MASONRY. THE subscriber, bcinj 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 he can turn out jobs inferior to no other mechanic in the Territory. Orders are respectf'dlv solicited. ' a n m r june 10, as. tr. u. niiiLi. a. w. rrraa. i. m. ratzca. ' iaa rrrca. PETER, FRAZER & CO,, DEALERS IN DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, Coots, Shoes, ITats, Caps, Bonnets QUEEXSWABK, I30N, NAILS, CUTLEIIY, DRUGS ANI PATENT MEDICINES, OREGON, MISSOURI. jnne-10..r8, It. ZOOK & BALDWIN, ' Wholesale and Retail Dealers in DUUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS, DYE SrUFFS, Fine Teas, Cinrs, Tobacco, Perfumeries, FOREST CITY, MO. june 4, '57, tf. ' THZ ECLECTIC COLLF.X OP MSDICIN'K, CINCINNATI, oniO. THE SPRING SESSION of 1859, will mmnMnrt flu the 9th of February, and oontinue sixteen weeks. A full and thorough course ot Lectures will be given, occapyin six or seven hours daily, with good opportunities for atten tion to practical Anatomy, and with ample Clin ical ficillies at the Commercial Hospital. The arrangement of the chairs will be as lel- ,uw'-" jv su jojix, J. D., Pnjtntr Anfmi and Phftitlafj. J. F. JUDGE, M. D., Profit Ckrmittrf mnd Pharmacy. A. J. HOWE, n. V., ' Profittor of Surgery. C. H. CLEVELAND, M. Prifeuar mf Materia VrtUa and Therapeutic. WM. SHERWOOD, M. D. Prafittor f Medical Practice and PathoUoy. J. R. BUCHANAN, M. D., Emeretn Prnfer of Cerebral PkytioUsn and InttUnte af Medicine. . JOHN KING, M . D., Prnftuar af Ohttrtric and Dieaea af TFsmea and Children. The Terms for the Session will be the tame as heretofore, via: Matricnlatioo, i5M). Ta ition, f-n.OO. D rmonstrator's Ticket, $5,00. (Every Student is required to engage in dissec tion oiie session bsforo graduation,) f5radation, $350. Ticket to Commercial flospital, (op tional) $5,00. Th Lerrta re-Rooms are newly Snished.aeat, and eora'ortable. and in a eentral locality, (in , ColleselUU. Walnut Street.) where students j will find It cooveaient to call on their arrival, j Tickets for the session may be obtained of. the ia the FaenUtf. at his omee, imo. iu Smith street, or or fror. . n. ttimuj., j SoreMrje, the FarnU. N. 139 Seventh St.,' aear o nu , - 7 The CollcTJonraal ofMeJ':cal Science Monthlv Maraxine of 4S pases, eondnc-ted by the Faculty ol tie Edectio CoUe:e of Medicine, is oublihed at One Dollar a Year, parable la advance. - The volume of the Jour nal commences with the year. Communications for subscriDtton, or for specimen. numbers, Should be directed to . Dr. C. II. CLEAYELAND, Publisher, 139 Seven th street, Cincinnati, O. ' Inly 15,1-Sd-Iy. BSIGC'S AttCTIC LIXIMEXT. rpttlS incomparable Liniment.epnhlch the -L rreat mas of the afflicted of ail lands now rely S relief from lh pan of Rheumatism, f Neuralgia, Gout, Ervsipeiai, Cancer, scrolu.a, Sprams, B mis, Scalls. and a!l cutaneoas disea ses, israpUIy r.ro-isediajj all similar prepara tions. ' Oas Dottle Triaaphaar! . M.Mjf1tt.N3i5Mr5antreet.i. Lob's. bavins suffered for three rears with Rheu tism. ami tried uianv prefwrition witBSitsffeet. was enred bv one fi.lv cent bottle of Arctic Li a m'lt" Sr Urtn: Mo.. April 23. 15. bv th as. of fir. small bottles. I wa. .'Otir.lv cured, new nail. bar. evowa on mv fingers, and I am now entirelr free from all sores or anv rM- its of Salt Rheum. ' 1 Previous to nsin the Aretie Liniment, t had been under th. treatment ofsareral of the mostf eminent phvsicians in this city, aud I aever re- j eeived anv benefit from their treatment. G.W. HAYDON. richer & Bro.'s Sugar ReSaery. Aa Explosion. Mawrwis. Tsi., Nov. 23. 1S57. I kerehy certifv, that having been badly hroiseJ and scaliled by th explosion of a Steam Boiler, a friend induced me to try Bra;g's Are tie Liniment. The smart was instantly extrac ted from the scalds, and ia a very short tim, all the pain was pone from the bruises. In two weeks I was well. n l ab'e to rnomt mr bust ness. IIEXRY HAVERHILL, Residence, Jackson at. Gsd for. Animals. This invaluable Liniment is also equally effl encions in curiulthe diaes of animals, as wit ness the following certificate: Messrs. J. & A. Arnot, and Lynch, Amot & Co.. keep the two largest Livery Stables in the West, awl are gen erally known' thoughout the United Stales: St. Loms. Dec. 23, IM57. We, the nndersicned, havihj nsed Dr. Braex's Arctic Liniment fora nnmber of months, cheer fully tcstifv to iLs superior efficacy iu curing the diseases of hones; so well are we satisfied of the Arctic beinj the best Liniment made, that we would nse no other. We keep and hare kept for a number of rears, nt-nive livery stables in this city, and consequently our experience about horses and their diseases is creat, and we unhesitatingly sav, that the Arctic Liniment is the onlv one ire have ever fonnd alwava effec tive. We cordially recommend it to an livery Stable keepers, and others having the care of horses. J. ft A. Alitor, LYNCH, ARNOT ft CO., Chesnut street. Caotto-i. Manv Drujrsist", having old Lini ments on hand, will try to sell them to yon as the best, but do von positively refuse to pur chase them. A'k for "Bragg's Arctic Lini ment," and take no other. LtsraiL rx-irMtrio. The proprietors sgree to furnish cash pnrchasernf a dollar fcotile, with a free subscription to the United States Journal, for one year. This is one of the best New York 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 put np in 25 cent, 50 cent, and $1 bottles. The 50,cent and fl bottles con tain 50 and 103 per cent, more Liniment in pro portion to their 0-t. an 1 are the cheapest. For ialeby BRAGG ft BURROWBS, Sole Proprietors, St- Lonis, Misaouri. ICT For sale in St. Joseph, bv Van Lear, Brit tain ft Hardv, Starling, Loving ft McDoaa'.J, and W. R. Punick. fiill.D BY Shreve ft Macy, White Cloud, Kansas; Reed ft Stnrses, Iowa Point, " . James N. York. Doniphan. " J. II. Mtun ft Co., Brownville, Nebraska; Peter, Frarer ft Co.. Oregon, Mo.; Barnard, A'iams ft Co., St. Lonis; And bv all Druggists. june 3, 1353, ly. WILLIAM MAQUILKEN, Ilonse, Sign, and Ornamental Painter, GLAZIER, PAPER HWGER, If., WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS, IS prepared to exeente all work of the above kinds, in a superior manner. Having had thirtv-five years' experience, he flatters himse'f that his work will compare favorably witn mat of any other person West of the Missouri River. Will also attend to putting on Fire and Wa ter Proof and Gravel Roofine having had much experience in business of this character. july2, 57, tf. V. D. MARKHAM. ATTORNEY AT LAWS REAL ESTATE AGENT, WILL practice his profession in Doniphan 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, ftc, in the North-Westcrn States and Territories. ' REFERENCES. Hon John W. Nash, Powhatan, Va.; Hon. John S. Caskie, Richmond, Va.; J. H. Burns, Esn., Wheeling, Va.; Georze Mirsh, Esq., Boston, Mass.: Likens ft Bovd, Esos., St. Joseph, Mo.j M. Jeff. Thompson, Esq., " Col. T. E. Bottom, Col. J. A. Inslee, ' - " R. V. L-wis, Esq., " Col. J. W. Preston, Doniphan, Kansas. OFFICE ON MAIN STREET. White Cloud, Aug. 20, 57, tf. 1,000 AGEJIT8 WASTED ! TO SELL BY SUBSCRIPTION, DR. ARNOLD'S Lretaretapa Anatomy, Fhymology, Hyjeintand DiteateH Canre, Prevention and Car. WRITTEN in a familiar style, designed for the central reader. Highly illustrated with excellent wood-cuts, by the very best Art ists in the west. This is a book gotten np with great care end expense, and is made so simple aajd comnrehena iva that every one that reads it can comprehend it It contains a great variety of the most valua ble receipts for almost everr disease that man kind is subject to ; containing orer 400 large 12 mo. pages and b-mml in embossed muslin, (tilt back. Retail price $1,50. A samnle copy will be sent bv mail to anv part of the United State, on receipt of the retail price, also a full list off my publications. Address H. M. RULLISON. Queen Citr Publishing House, HI Mainstreet, Cincinnati', Ohio ; or. If living East, D. RUL LISON, Philadelphia. P. 8. Editors giving thisaJrertisem-nt three or more insertions, inclading this notice, and mailing me conies of prper marked, containing the same, shall have a copy mailed 4o their ad dress, pre-paid. novl8, 59. C E. BALDWIN, . . j Wholesale aad Retail Dealer ia j CI ocks, Watches, Jewelry CElilllX SLVEI & PLATED WARE. LAMPS, Pocket fatlery, Prt ."!ulas FANCY ASTICXXS, PIAT0S, MI10I320S8, Anil Mu-icallnstnimpnt rtTprj Description, SECOND STREET, ST. JOSEPH, MO. ISAAC CLEVELAND, T?-r-c : l , F UlUCllSIalltal. (f wsttz cxoi;n, xAjrsu, f--- - J H' shop, on Main Street, where he will stall times be ore?wred to exeeuU any work that may re entrnstea to nis skjh ssca as ironing war- on,repairing Wsjons, Flows, etc.. aad, ia short, performing any wore ta his tin. ef bosiness. Particular attention paid to Shoeing Horses, Moles and Oxen, is ths most cartful and sub stantial manner. Being aa experienced work man, aad attentive to business, he hopes so reeeivs a liberal pat reaaga. . s juas 85. S7jt L Bragg Bumwe-Gent:emen:f have suffer- i f) J V .Tt'J vJA'jiU ed from ftalt Rheaa for six years. I have been Ut 'JZS , li'Af f T 'TVs ' I sorelv afflicted, mv fcee. eye, and ears were k 'J' 1 .' -i-f sr$W K 'v covered with tore 'front the Salt Rheum, and J tejfr4;,-tiZ?J;y&J' -V f 1 mv hands wet so bad. that I feared I should Jt-'--V'n ! ,4s ' tH " 1 lose the of them: my finger oails came off. j itiSlCS i and my hand were one mass of ve whn I , rZut- - 4 1.A3-fc.:?. V g r-T as' I r,1. e- a j . - ai - i th. pnW.e for snort than SO . - Jervlly pttlar. From F. C. DilUy. k Ctrnontar, Syracnst, it. Y-, OcU 15, 135S. grta pl.asar. in bin? able to tf t!t wehav.solj yottr Gargling OJ asort that! t.u years, aI kav. aaver heard a -complain! from a urchiser. From S. Drayton, Lowviile, Wis Apr. 21, '53. I have conversed with several of my neigh bors, wa say 1nT are acquainted with yon Gargling 0.1, havii.g rrsqaently assd it for both Mm ani Bjast." anl speak very highly of its aurative qualities, asf express a wish thatit might be left for sale in Cns place. . From Messrs. S. L.- Jackson ft C Svmlh 8ih son, Teait., April 17, IiS. The Oil takes like hot cakes in this cr. entry We will soon have to order another lot. It at der to get it here in time. From J. M. Irwin ft C.. SaViaeville, OM March 3d, 1353. We have sold ths last bottle of the Garg liac Oil. Salsa are rapid now, though it was son time before we got it started. It is eatirely the best article we have ever sold. It hss per formed a rreat many enres, when all olhvr Me dicines failed to do any good. Cautina to Pnrchnsers. The only gennina has "G. W. Merchant, Loekport, N. Y.," blows in each bottle, aad al so has his signature over the cork. - ir Pamphlets gratuitously furnished by agents, with Testimonials of its atility . All orders addreased to the MERCHANT'S G A HOLING OIL CO.. Loekport, N. Y. CT For sale bv Druggists and MerekaaU geuerally. through the United State, British Possessions, snd othsr Coantriss. Aad by Shskv ft Macv, White Cload. Rsso ft STvaocs, Iowa Point. Prnta, Faassa ft Co., Oregon, Me. JoMEt ft Co., Mound City, Mo. And bv one or mors ageuta ia every towa la the vicinity. Whol sale at all large commer cial towns. sept. 30, 53, ly. CO-PARTNERSHIP. THE undersigned have formed a eo-parUas-ship, tinder the firm of WAKEFIELD St PAYNE, as Carpenters and Joiners, White Cload, Kan sas, ami will give prompt attention to all aad everr branch of business pertaining to then- line, in the best manner, and on the most liberal terms. R. S. WAKEFIELD, oct 1.57.1y. ALBERT PAYNI. "OREGOX MILLS! maaiJ, kid. UTT WATSOX, PROPRIETOR". THE Proprietors or this Mill, take pleasar in informing the public, thatthsy have tha louehlv cleaned, re-fitted and repaired their es tablishment, which Is yet new, and are new tnanafaoturing an article of Superfine Floar. hich cannot be excelled in the Western eoaa try. They have a good supply of Wheat, a Mill ia the very best order, and millers who thor onghlv understand their business, and are now prepared to fumish the best of Flour, la aay quantitv. at as low figures as it ean be had wsst f the Mississippi. Give them a call! sept. 10, 57, tf DR. H. GRAVES, PHYSICIAN" AND STOGEON, ' HIAWATHA, BROWN CO., KANSAS, OFFERS his professional services to ths sisk and aiHicted who may require them. Ha ving had a practice of thirteen ysara ia the Wes tern country, he flatters himsslf that be is thor oughly qualified in the modifications af disease in this climate. may C, M, ly. ExtenslTe Machine EsU.llsfcBiit, St. Louis, Mo. EDWARD BOYLE, WILL sell all kinds of Machinery, saeh a. Engine., Saw and Grist Mills, and Stsasa Boilers of all shapes and forms, as low as they ean be got ia the West. I warrant all I sell t be ot the best material and workmanship. I hare also on band a first rate lot of SECOND I1AND BOILERS, which I will sell at a very low figur.. All per sona in ajed of anything in the way of Machine ry, will please give me a call before purehaaiag elsewhere, as they will find it to their advan tage. My establishment ia at the corner mt Main and Cherry Streets. St. Louis, Mo. april S3, 58, 6m. EDWARD BOYLE. c. siibcve, u. a. . t. aaT. SHREVE & MACY. DRUGGISTS, WHITE CLOUD, KAN3AS. 17 Dr. Shreve attends to the practise ef Ks didne and Surgery. He may be foand at th. Drugstore. . feb.4,W,tf. ' nIIE wndenrigned have formed a e sartaa L thin, under the firm of . i LIKE A BOYD, . ' As Ssaeral Laai aai Xsal Istat. AsMta,- ST. JOSEPH, MO, ' and will give prompt attention to all saw every branch of business pertaining to Rssi Estate Asencies nch as the Entry of Lends, ia aay of th. North-Westcrn States and Territories, either br Land Warrants or by Money. W. will also attend to the parr has ana sal ofimproTed Real Estate, Town Lots, As. , . LAND WARRANTS DOUG HT AND SOLD. Remittances by Laa i Warrants, or exehaaga on-some one at the principal cities, awl aeeesa pany all order. JOHN H. LIKEN', ; . JOHN W. BOTO ; REFERENCED M jr. C. J. Faulkner, .f Ylrelalai . " H .a. Wm. HambUtoo, of Maryland! Wm. M. Marha!l. t-, ei Uigerstown Baak, Maryland: , Henry M. Brent, Esq., Cash!sr f TaRey Ssak of Yirjiniai j Cau Moore. Est-. Cashier ef Tansy Bsak, CbariestowB, Virginia; . 1 D. Burt hart. Cashier of Bank af Betkalty, Virginia; . Allen C. Hammcnvl, M. D., Berkeley Ca. Virginia; ' " - . . Draketv k Fsnton, BalUmore, Md. : Josiah Le. Ca, Bankers, Baltiawt: Brown Johastoa. Eactars, YleksUirva, Mississippi; Cuddy, Brows & Co., New Orleans; Jack k Bros., Lonicville, Ky.; Andrew(l inter, Es., Cbariestowa, Ya-j ' Jesse D. Slinglufr, Presideat of ComoaersisJ k Farmers' Bank, Baltimore; . ' ,-. W. Boll man, General SuperintenJcat Baltl more and Ohio Railroad; Forrvth Baker, Wheeling, Ya.; ..' ra BelaM. Hughes, Si Joseph, Mo.; - Silas Woodson, - Reuben Middleton, ' -ss 1 E. B. Wsbb, Ormi, ITL; . r A.T.Stewart A Co New Ysrkj . Gage, Dater k Sloaa. . - " ajt.SS.S7.tr . ft MM ma- I rTZ . 1