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jflarriti. rr LUntf. December 28th, by Rev. C. U ffc Mr & S. to Mi- Ha.-uxt 'ds-'hter of John O'Neal, Esq.. all n'.SuU u rrr,,..Kn- J CHEAPEST AND BEST Ttf Newspaper. - I THE , CXITED STATES JOURNAL. LlTSTSATt'D States Joe- i ohthjoii I f, .jtstsaTED rj.vrrr.o states joca-1 ,rm" ioiw " ' I .r. 1 bottle of the Arctic Linimcut, i o'1 . .... - tusero r" . . Dr. Brmjrff expense, iu vaura Dfcb J w ' ' ; , ' . i . .t u imrtre iiin?irw FJr' 16 fS. beantifully printed ! " ,-,.Mner. and ailed with original en. j Hjt..f i je ...... . ?t. m filler frm tilt """-"" H - Lnbor the Arctic IJuiment at any Dm, june3,1658.. to- ' UST OF LETTESS, EVifyiXG in the Post Office at White Rrvi,.,,.- ,w ...v . - - - n rkwd, Kansas. January 1st, 1859. Lr Aal!,e ihaat H';nrf , u Willi- J Ur Jae CWiadaan Ctark Joa. pl Bnatrr L (,ellJi"A (jhBiKf Jimrt A gfl- Leis . iue M .Mcn.enn Vyiiarics Slurehead Joseph .. Moore James W McCalmontDG McCoy Benjamin " Moore James . T Proctor Louisa Paschal Joseph Roberts Lewis , RiUer Jacktoa Robinson II M Shepherd II L Orabarper William G Vincil William 1 Vincent D J 2 Wilson Tliomas Williams James II Wrijrht Thomas K Walters 0 J.ABH jfijcy William F.JENNINGS, P.M. PIIRLIC SALE . . ,1 rri.t. n i .. r.l..U, TTntl In Uhit riAndl. TTDEK a mortice, with power of I. T . fmmJ C. Pierce and Marv A . .L. iri, A,r of Febrnarv. I8i9. the nropertv roortrel in' the aforesaid' mortgage, consisting fuse large :wn-ury iramc nvw uw- mm! tr Uie liu I icrec, mhvotu uii- . White Closd Hotel, together with the Lot on j tic the sai J house tnd, be'.n Lot 12 in i B'k 4.1 The sale will take place in front of ', .i . - i I?: - ...i i..,Avn . il. - L, Citi Hotel, in White Cloud. Terms. Csulu ! ja. (. bZ. C. G. SCR AFFORD. County of Brown, Territory of Kansas. Charles F Jennings 1 vs. In Attachment. I fffrwn GrifBtli. ) THE nl lintiff in this suit having, on the 2jth d..r of December. filed an affidavit Wfwe J iha Y. Wilhait, a Justice of the Peace forth Cenatv nf Brown, statin;; that the defeu- int, Jefferson Griffith, is niit a resident of the j trrit'jrj of Kaiiiis; thereupon the said Justice Inn the dav and vear aforesaid, issue an or- I lersf attachment against the goods, chattels, J ct-Ju, effects, ic, of said defendant, for the tat of Serestv-five Dollars and rh.rtv-seveu Cam, tiieether with iutrrost and eostsef suit; u4 mien said defendant appears and defends this suit, oa or before Wednesday, the 16th day tfFekrasry, 19, judgment will be rendered arainst him thereon. And it is further orJereJ by said Justice, that , Miblicatios hereof be made iu the White Clond Kimas Cuief, a weekly newspaper published in W hite Cloud, Kansas Territory, for three con gestive -eels. V. D. MARKHAM, jio. 6, 59-3w. Attorney for Plaintiff. IE 01. COME ALL! TO THE SQUATTEH STORE, IX WHITE CLOUD! WHERE the subscriber has just received a sew ami fresh supply of Fall and Winter Gwidi, coexisting of Dry Goods, Grorfrifs. Provisions, Hardware, Qneeasware, Glassware, TINWARE, WOODEN WARE, Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes. GI.OVKS AND HOSIERY, Carpenters' Tools, FASCY ARTICI.F-S, NOTIONS, AC, Mi he will sell at Wholesale or Retail, for Vli, a; low as can he bonght snvwhei e in this smereonmrv. W. H. VAN DOREN. tt'hite Cloud, Kansas, Nov. 4, 1858. tf. TY IIIDLs WANTED, for which the -' hichest market price will he p lid in Cash rGoo.li,bv W. II. VAN DOREN. jsne 3, 5:, tf. T'OIXTRV PUODLTK of all kinds la ken in eirhange for Gools, hy juw3,5S,tf. W. U. VAN DOREN. SE1UI.V PIIOBATE COURT: ' iv of Xemahrt, Territory of Kansas. AHen McCoy, 1 ,. Attachment. Jiwm...h Bunker. T'lE plaintiff in the suit aforesaid, filed in - the office of the Clerk of said Court, on lath day or November, A. D. 1S58, a peti- "nT.ntth. defendant, Jeremiah Bunker, "'.' an.S lavit, statin- that said defend " ot a resident of the Territory of Kansas, 'awfore, M-,a Court, on the 6th day of De Z .'A' D-im' ordered that said defendant f lhe eon,,ncement of said suit " oojeet of which suit is to recover from said adutthesumofOne Hundred and Fiftv wTt "th interest. together with eosts of kT' ttat property of said defendant has nttaehcd to satisfy the same, and unless aeleniUnt plead, answer or demur to said Pution oa or before the 7th day of March, th,i,J ""fentwili be rendered against iim d,V!iD.7slid Court to be holden on the 7th it i lm- M the town of Seneca, r ',; ,"rther ordered by said Court, that pub- "hweof be made in the While Cloud Vkr,' wlv newspaper published ia ir. - C1, Kns Territorv. for six suoeess- il . HAVENS STARR, . 1 6. 5M w. Attornev for Plaintiff. , TIMBER LAND, 4" Interest ia steam Saw Jim, For Sale! T i S. o r 8:l,e one-fourth interest in the Ksh M a T MiU of c,?h Thrailkill. on Oond Tk ' tW0 nd half mile bel,w Wbite oer ' , . ne ""'l is nearly new, is in good or- M eiT- " of the 'x' toe countrv, with vi"Ul.T."n of custom. ' 'ftimu; """'tothe mill, forty-five acres irfTT dJ0,,,iu?tue mill, and border iaii !"1' "' on the river. There Wa, i a wod yard and excellent steam bit. ' wmen renders it unusually desir- 1.51,; u"a and interest ia mill for 11200. Tke h.1. bT Ut i April, 1859. wV 1 wiU k. f preferable to the WhhVri p?od Priri land within six miles f 4. T;n - ud or Iow P0'" If one-fourth tf,,IU""U not Sufficient tn th. tin.. ""rel.I-iUrenthimat rent him another fourth. fi;. Ule lenns, and take pay in lumber or 4ec sV ubcriber, on the premises. HPK'PV ITtJJH ADORED N0T,CE' bixZr '"Knomcatione concerning th J'i&f the Wuile CI1 City Compa- nu2 la,i wUh "5 to to same, J,53'- . Y. D. MARKHAM. li,vifr,o Charles G. Scrafford, said mortgage j "y to wc.k and feeble after childbirth, will be hate the 16th day of December, iu the I' ks especially the patronage and active fa- j pnltiy heui:< tUeir 0Je. , . ' w ui;. and being duly recordedin the Re- f wljo hate all . The prevent Miscarriage, relieve Nervous- eadsr-. office, iu Bok A. pajres 287 and 288, 1 forms of oppression, and desire that every ra-1 ness,.fu?rp.i.,s, . eakuess.and give.na.nl ,le.-p. l.nroreedtosell. at 2 oVIoek, P. M-, on " being shall be free toemploybjafacult.es Thev are alwavs safe. Tr,'.l,mi,w. .d The New York Tribune 185S-9. THE inccefsful laymg of tie tran-Atlantie Telegraphic Cable mark. atw er to the hi Up of Human Purest. Henceforth. Europe, We ern Asia and North Africa, are within an hour distance from our shore, and the Utile which decides the fat of a kingdom, the cap tare of a Vienna or Gibraltar. the ru .r . ... nasty, the triumph of a usurpation, the birth If .n r w royaiiy, in oeath of a Nicholas or ..c..i.iSwn,in any country wiich touches the ulcn' e Ewhie. t)le Black .Sea or the German r. ;n k....n: l , , the German n-v.. -;n k " "7.: T"T sr. - - uuinuig, ii ik) i on the very day pr iU occnrreDCe. In a moment, as it were, we have been thrown Sntn i ,.,.' - - --- ----- - ' "umcuuic iiueueci- ual neiphhnrtuwt nf th. -,l. tMt i . (., . -Huicuiiuicu ana a '"5" portion or me ae mi -barbarous world. The rac ina IJ.I or Mocks in InH..n i henceforth be reported from day to day In the J00'8 of our seaboard cities. The boldest vuniia 01 our Mannani ritit ti- i. 1 . '"Pon'torsin Wall streeU will refus. to bur or L Sell Sntll thr hara .- . r .1 . 1 day s business on the Royal Exchange and at the Bourse, whose transactions will have closed an hour or so beforo oars can begin. A rero lution in Paris, an important rote in Parlia ment, an insurrection in Italy, a fire at Con stantinople, will be discussed around the break- fast lhla .f V.. VL. r. I . j " u c MiruahiUllS oi inai - " - " ivun aiurr lis occurrence. A mighty tlwuph silent transfer- mation in tlic etui;tinn ,f .. has jnst been effected by the little wire stretch ' - - l M CAISKIltV ing across the ocean's bed from the coast of Ire land to that of British America, and one inev itable result of this must be an unexampled community of feeling and interest among the nations of Christendom, and a consequent de sire for a more intimate acquaintance with each other.: doings through the medium of the News paper Press. It seems hardly possible that thousands should not henceforth recularlv read i their own journals, who hare hitherto been con tent with an occasional glance at those taken by their neighbors ; while many who have hitherto been content with a Weekly issue will now re quire a serai-Weekly or Daily. In short, Intel ligence, always a vital element- of growth in wisdom, eticess in business, or enjoyment in life, has now become indispensable to all. Tb New Yoan- Taisonc, now more than seventeen years old, which was the first journal in the world that appeared reeularlv on an im perial eight-page sheet at so low a price as two cents, and which has attained the unparalleled i n; ... .1. ana ni,i - . - U rSTpeetfuHy soliciU its share of the new t k Wch the MetroHiUn Press is hence - M7 in such innocent manneras he shall drem best ' "wee who would extend Liberty and limit - . , . thnft,plenty .prosperity .through the Protection of j American Industry by wisely discriminating du- J ' " ImporU all who favor National Prog- ,nn mi ana lanor ifir ine reriirn i n.ttnnai rr8 through internal development and melior- , ation rather than by external aggression and ex-1 I tension all who would rather have the National ; resources devoted to the construction of a Rail road to the Pacific than to the purchase or con quest of Mexico, Nicaragua or Cubaall who would retrench radically our present inordinate Federal expenditures by abolishing or immense ly reducing the Army and Navy, anil expending the money thus saved on works of beneficence which will endure to bless mir children all who proloundiy realize that "Kiuhtouskess ex- alleth a nation," and that no real adraiitage can ever accrue to any person or communitv from aoquisitiousorsucevsiesachieved by means which contravene the laws of Eternal Rirrht The free allotment of limited portions of the Public Lands to actual settlers thereon, and ev ery hopeful plan intended to diminish the sum of human misery from dearth of employment or inadequate recompense every scheme espe cially that seeks to help the unfortunate hy en- abling and teaching them to help themselves must command our earnest sympathy and co operation. Within the pieseiit year The Tbibdis has provided itself with a new and faster Press at a cost of $30,600, merely that some of our sub scribers may receive their papers a mail earlier than they otherwise might do. With corres pondents at the most important points through out the civilized world, and a staff of writers chosen from among the best in the country, we believe that even those who dislike the politics of our sheet eonccde to it frankness in aroviug its convictions and ability in maintaining them. We appeal, then, to those who believe that an increased circulation of The Tsjsone would conduce to the political, intel lectual and moral well-being of the Republic, to aid us in effecting such increase. As we employ no travelling solicitors ef subscriptions, we ask our present patrons in every locality to speak to their neighbors and fiends in our behalf; we shall gladly receive from any friend, lists of those who would receive and read a specimen copy of ose of our editions, and shall be partic ularly grateful to those who may send as such names from post offices at which we have now no subscribers. Whatever additions may thus be made to our circulation shall be paralleled by increased efforts and expenditures to make our issues more valuable and useful than they have hitherto been. The TatBc is printed on a large imperial sheet, folded in quarto form, and mailed to sub scribers on the following TERMS: DaiLV TaisusB.perannuin, - fG.OO SEMI-WEEKLY TRIBUNE. One copy one year, ... Two copies one year, $3.00 5.00 11.00 20.00 ' $2.00 5.00 8.00 12.00 Five copies one rear. Ten copies, fseae address - WEEKLY TRIBUNE. One copy one year, - Three copies one year, Five copies one year, Ten eonies one vear. - Twentv copies, te par address, and any lar ger number, at the rate of $1 per annum, 20.00 Twenty copies, le address tf eee tubsaribrr. and anv larger number, at ine raie oi $150 each, - - - - - - 24.00 Any person sending us a Club of twenty or more will be entitled to an extra copy. Subscriptions mav commence at any time. Terms arwav eash in advance. Atl letters to be addressed to HORACE GREELEY & J.. Tribune Buildines, No. 154 Nassau at , N. Y. United States Directory. THE undersigned propose issuing a book un dcrtb above title, to contain about nrrtEn huk dseb raOES. Sixe of pages 15 by 30 inches. The object of the United States Directory will be 1st. To give the name and post office address of every male person of the age of fifteen years and upwards, in the United Slates. - ad. To give the name of every post office and postmaster in the United States. . 3d. Give the name and place of publication of every daily, weekly, monthly, and quarterly paper and magazine published in the Uuited States. Each State, city, town, village and post office will be alphabetically arranged. The name of each person will be alphabetic ally arranged under th bead of their post office address. As the United States Directory will be a mat ter of interest Ui eerv resident of America we respectfully solicit the aid of every postmaster and others in all parts ot tne country, in ooiam ing names and sending them on as soon as pos aihle. In makine: ud lists, write the name of the post office. County and State.at the head of the sheet. tnen nil we remainder wm uiiuuuj - names of male persons enly. of the age of fifteen years and upwards, 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 wno ; mav order it. . " j To prevent mistakes, write distinctly the names, postoffice, Countv and State. j , MORRIS, GARDNER WILKES. j Publishers, Cincinnati, Ohio. N. B. Publishers inserting the above prospee-, tua, including this notice, three times in their weekly paper, and calling attention to th came, in their editorial columns, will receive a copy of the Directory, delivered a -their office tv of charge. Direct all exchange to the Unttoa State Directory. dr. Ltxrs ' " -HE ill ED IBS, un v c given satisfaction ta those who bar used them. Thev are ilnn . .t . j nerer fail to do good. Try them once) and you will belicrt what In iafd of them. - N- BALSAM.' . For the enre of Lung and Throat diease .-ng.ian, Croup, Weak Lnnp., Hoarse ne. Sore Throat, PiM in the Chest, Whoop IngCoogh, Aathma, BronchitU 4 Consumption. The best medicine I erer sold fr the par-Pf- A. L-i.tcaroaTiif , Druist. Ererybody here praises it. J. Hoaa. It is rery popular here. ' - GEoacfi Rosk, Drajgbt. I cannot speak toohirhly of it. - ' ReV. W. M-Oaaoa.' ETE HALVE, ranid cure of eroi- kind nf Sat Weak Eyes Dimness of sight, Granulations oi tne nils, are. , OLD SORES 11 of every kind are often cured in a very short time, and In a most remarkable manner Ul cers, Scrofulous Sores, Fercr Sores, Cancers. I never saw such a medicine. It enres every time- f S.J. B0TOEX. It cured my eyes without pnin, anJ in a verv aborttime. . Capt-J. B. Halt--" I was nearlv blind four years, aud was cured by this Salve. ... Dr. II. Philo. Tbisisremarkublc. He was blind over year, andjs now quite oil. Rev. W. R. Kisnita. AJTTI-niLIorR, OR LITER PILLS. Just the lliin whua a physic is needed. Lives Comtlaiits yield often "to a kinU box. Jaundice, Foul Stomach, Costiveness, Drspcpr sia, Diarrliu-a, Dysentery, Impurities of the Blood, Headache, Costin-nc, Sour Stomtch, Fevers, Dumb Agne, Boils, &c. The best physic pills I evor used. . ' . Da. Wiluams. . One box cured me of Liver Complaint. . Rcr. C. Roberts! Certainly a snnerior article. - ;. Rev. M. Ricuaamox THE LADIES' FRIEND, : Is a safe aud reliable Medicine fur the cure of .eases peculiar to Females Wliitcs, Irregn- nra of tliank us for offering them to von. KPVFI ITIIV Pilll .... These rouse the Liver, cleanse the system rrom I"1'"" matters, aud eerlaii.l v cure Asuc, Chill Fever, and Bilious Fever; relieving Dys- - ------- - pei' - 'ia. loss o Appetite, and ueneral Uotnlity. They cure evcrv case. Coi Kn.iiEirrEa. 1 never knew them to f.iil. J. A J. W. Chase. We thiuk thev eau't be beat. Rev. R. C. Crime. Always cure, and no miituke. D. 1'. Van.. lr,ugoryN lu.tmit Cure of Tain. . Sure cure for Cholera, Cholera Morbus. Diar rhiea. The cheapest and best family medicine. This we can prove by what others say about it Hear their testimony, then judge for yourself. I.isTi.iT Cbsk or Pain is the best medicine I ever sold. Geo. R. Tiisalu, Druggist. Riikcmatish it always cures. A. J. Himma.v. DrsrErsiA, it cured one of the worst cases I ever saw. D. Wallack. Sick Hcaoacue cured in fifteen minutes. Smith H. Torrtv. CHOi.r.as Mouses, Cholera, cured by the hundred every year. Dr. Jesse Hatcuck. Iu Vontnio and Pcscinq it works like a charm. Dvcia IUekhosi. Diakshoias stop almost instantly, when used. A case of Rheumatism, of r'.rty years' stand ing, cured. C. Vincent, Agent. It cures everv thing. Dysentery, Headache, Toothache, Baekael.e. Colds, Chilblains, Rhen mntism. Sprains and Pains. It is everybody', medicine. Z. Van Dcrzer. Agent. Cholera Mosses, a very bad cue relieved in fifteen minutes. Laurence Ravuxsel. WeakhkS3, loss of appetite from fevers, or other causes. It will set you right in a frw da vs. Put a little of it into the water you drink, and it will prevent the water from hurting yon. This certiaei that I have ned in my family r T ....t. PUUA. f'...rt PIt'a am! fnar:tllt l.f I . ..(! ' - " ' - -' 1 , " 1 Cure of Pain," with success, and believe them J to be iuvaluablc medicines in every family. C. Graham, Pastor ef M- E. Church. White Cloud, September 23. 18Si I am satisfied of the truth' of the above cer tificate. H- N. Seaver, For Sale by C. F. Jennings, White Cloud, Kansas. J. W. Reeo, Iowa Point, " T. Stevenson, Highland, " sept. 16,58-?m. 1 Notice" to Farmers! 'r'UE sulhfcriber is making pr.'pj- rt i p L rations for packing Pork at this place, the comin; season, and expects to pur chase for Ca.-h, aud invites those having Hogs to sell, to call on him before disposing of them. O. R.WLEY. White Clond, Sept. 28, lP.3-.1in. , THOS. A. OSBORN, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. A!fD RE AX ESTATE AGENT, ELWOOD, KANSAS, WILL practice in the several Courts in Kahsas, investigate Titles, make Collec tions, attend to Conveyancing, buy and sell Land, make investments, ic. N. B. Particular attention paid to contested Pre emption cases. .may 27, 58, Gin. r. P. JEWTVGS at BROTHER. lorwardin: and Commission Merchants, WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS. New &ools! ARE receiving and opening a urge anu com plcte stock of DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE, . QUEENSWARE, , SADDLERY, ; CLOTHING, HATS CAPS. . BOOTS & SHOES, PAINTS k OILS. PATENT MEDICINES, DOORS k SASH, - FURNITURE, DRUGS, ko, ke. Which they are prepared to sell at the lowest fisares, for Cash. C. T. JENNINGS & BROTHER, aug. 5. 58. tf. MILLS! MILLS!! Millers b4 Farmers, Tate Notice 1 THE undersigned, having made arrange ment with the best house In St. Louis, Cincinnati and Chicago, Is now peer red to fur nish alt kinds of Steam Mills and Mill Machine ry of the most approved plans, at the shortest notice, and wilt furnish at as low pHee and on as liberal terms as any Agent or Foundry in the Western country. "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 can at all time be found at White Cloud. Kansas, or Oregon. Mo.. REFER TO C. F. Jennings, Whit Cloud, Kansas. . B.F,R-TnerCo, - - " r Peter, Fraxer k Co., Oregon. Mo. Liken ft Bovd, St. Joseph, Mo. I. ft E. Greeowald, Cincinnati, O. Howard ft Hinchman. St. Louis, M. : Kingsland ft Fergusoa, " auy 13, 58, tf. WHOLESALE k RETAIL! STEAM tFKRRY WHITEATLOUD! A.XARCE. new and excellent Steam Fenr Boat has been placed in the Missouri River, at White Cloud, wuich will be run in all kinds or weather, wbea the river is oneu. as often aa may be required. on week days; and 00 Sundays, Tour times, via: between the hours of 9 and 10 o'clock, A. and the hours of i aud 5 o cock, r. M Tin place 1 the terminus of the State Road from Ft. Dcs Moines, Iowa; there is an excel lent road leading to Forest, City and Oregon, M. and snmt roads leading into the back country of Kansas and Nebraska, to which Whhe CIoud is at least six miles nearer than anv other river town." This Boat is one of the 4 bet in the river, and Is manned by an experien j ced Eugiueer and Pilot, aud a sober, active and 1 punctual set of hands. Persons wishing to hare themselves, their stock, lumber, or freizht of any kind transported across the river, will find White Cloud the place for them to be accommo dated in tlx best manner, with the least possi ble delay on either shore. . Ferrying done at reduced rates. ' . -june'lO, 53, tf. . , S. J. A1XISOS. - JAJIES B. LAIE. ALLISON k LANE, ATTORNEYS 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 Missouri, and Western iowa. OFFICE IN Troy, DdBiphiB Caanty, Kansas. ang. 19, 58, Cm. Choice Land for .Sale: SEVERAL tracts of valuable Land, in the , vieinity of White Cloud, are offered for sale on reasonable terms. The land is ol the verv best nulity, convenient t the river and to timber, and would be a profitable investment to person desiring to engage in the farming business. ,- Also.amimberofclioice Lots in White Cloud. For p irtionlars, inqnire of the undersigned, at White Clond, Kansas, aug. 26. ii, it V. D. MARKHAM. . i:VEUYBODY WANTS IT. BLANCH A RDS New Sheet Map of Mis souri and Kansas. 100 Agents can find profitable employment selling it. For terms, address RUFU3 BLANCHARD, 52 LaSalle Street, Chicago, 111. Newspapers copying the above, shall have a copy of the M:ip sent by mail, pre paid. B. F. RUFFNGIt A. CO., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, DIIY tJOODS AND GROCEKIKS, Forwarding v& Commission Merchants, WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS. For Ihe Fall and Winter Trade! WE take great pleasure in announcing to our friends and rnstomers, that we have received our Fall and Winter stock of Dry Goods and Groceries, ilaidware, IJneensware, limits ami Shoes. Hats and Caps, . Heady Made Clullimj. Furniture. Sash and Doors, riastrrin Hair. Patent Medieines, and a varietv of other articles, too numerous to mention. We are offerins our Goods at prices to suit the present Hard Times, for Cash, and Cash only- Give ns a call before purchasing elsewhere, and examine onr extensive stock of G'Hvds. B. F. RUFFNER k CO. White Clond. October 28, 1858, tf. - Hark Ye! Hark Ye! STONE MASONRY. - t TVIE subscriber, being an experienced Stone J- Mason, and having located at White Cloud, takes this method of informing the public that he is readv, 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'illv solicited. june iu, i". if. v. yj. vtini.sui H. w. rETEa. 1. M. rSAZE. ira rETxa. PETER, FRAZEU & CO,, DEALERS IN DET GOODS, GROCERIES, lUots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Bjnncts QrEENSWABE, IttOX, NAILS, CUTLEKV-, DRITGS AND PATENT MEDICINES, OREGOS. MISSOURI. june 10. 5 ly. ZOOK &. BALDWIN, Wholesnle and Retail Dealers in DRUGS MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS, DYE STUFFS, FineTcis, Cigars, Tobacco, Perfumeries, JFATIflY AHOTOaiS, 373., FOREST CITY, MO. june 4, '57, tf. THS ECLECTIC WJLLEG8 Or? MEDICINE, CINCINNATI, OHIO. THE SPRING SESSION of 1859, "ill commence on the 9th of February, and continue sixteen weeks. A full and thorough course of Lectures will be given, occupying six or seven hours daily, with good onpoMnnities for atten tion to practical Anatomy, and with ample Clin ical f.icilties at the Commercial Hospital. The arrangement of th chair will be as fel lows: T. E. SU JOHN, 31. D., Pnjttm of Aaaramy aad Pkgtiolnff- J. F. JUDGE, X. D., Prjfet$or of Chtmutrg mud Pkarmaej. a. j. nowi; m. v., Proriser tf Surgerf. C. II. CLEVELAND, M. D-s rrife$or tf XattrU Jleiiem mud Tterapeutiet. . W. SHERWOOD, M. D Proftttor Jfeiical Practice mud Pathtloyf. J. R. BUCHANAN, 31. DM Emerrfa Prtfenot tf Ctrttrtl PkfUUjy mmd IiutituUttf Median. JOHN KING, 1. D. Pnfemr tf 06$Mrie md Disease of Wtmeu d Children. The Terms for the Session will he the same as heretofore, vis: Matriculation. i5,00. Tu ition, $23,09.. Demonstrator' Ticket, 5,00. (Everv Student ia required to engage in dissec tion otie seasion before graduation.) Graduation, t25.n0. Ticket to Commercial Hospital, (op tional) $5,00. The Lecture-Room are newly finished, neat, and comfortable, and in a central locality, (in College Hall, Walnut Street.) where rtudenU will find it convenient to call ow their arrival. Ticket for the session may be obtained of the Dta of tkt Ftcultf, at his once, No. i Smith street, or of Prof. C. H. CiXaVEtaso, Secretin i FtU. No- 139 Seventh St., near Elm. JOHN KING, M. D, Dean. July 15. 1F58-1 The College Journal of Medical Science. nf 43 oaffes, conducted A- bv the Faculty of the Eclectic Colleire of Medicine, is published al uae uomra i ear, parable ia advance. The volume of the Jour nal commence with tbe year. Communications for subscription, or Cor specimen numbers, should be directed to Dr. C. H. CLE AVELAND, Publisher, 139 Seventh street, Cincinnati, O. july 15, 1858-ly. B.IICG'S ARCTIC LIM11EXT. IT HIS incomparable Liniment,upon which the - great mass of the afflicted of all lands now rely for relief from the pangs of Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Gout, Erysipelas, Cancer, Scrofula, Sprains, Burns, Scalds, and all cutaneous disea ses, is rapidly superseding all similar prepara tions. One Dottle Triumphant! Mrs. MofStt.No 345 Msrgan street, St. Louis, having suffered for three rears with Rheuma tism, and tried manv preparations without effect, was cured by one fifty cent bottle of Arctic Lin - iment. St. Loois. Mo, April 23, 1P53. The Docroas Coci.os't Ccai Hm. Messrs. Bragg k Burmwes Gentlemen: I have suffer- ea irom salt Khesm tor six years, t aave oeen sorely afflicted, mv face, eves, and ears were . J ?. i ' e . i t. r i 1 cucit wiia wm iron me .a i fc ivn eu iu , inu j my hands weie so bad, that I feared I should lose me use oi mem; my niigcr nans came on, and my hands were one miss of sores when I cviniucQL-cu using ix n .tivuc uuinrui, ing j bv the use of five small bottles, I was entirelv ! eared, new nails hare grown on rav fingers, and , I am now entirelv free from all sores or any re!- ics of Salt Rheum. Previous to a-tinj the Arctic Liniment, I hid been under the treatment of several of the most eminent physicians in this city, and I never re- eeived any benefit from their treatment. ti. W. IIAIUII, Belcher k Bro.'s Sugar Refinery. A a Ei plosion. Memphis. Tenn., Nov. 23. 15.i7. I herebv eertifv, that having been badlv hniiseil and scalded by the explosion of a Steam Boiler, a friend induced me to trv Bragg s Are- tic Liniment. The smart was instantly extrac ted f-om the scalds, snd in a verv short time, all the nain was gone from the hntises. In two weckj I was well, snd able to resume mv busi ness. HC.MII 11 A V c. rill I L.L. Residence, Jackson st. Good for Animals. Tliis invaluable Liniment is slsa equally effi- cacions in curing the disexsesofsmmals.as wit - nes, the following certificate: Messrs. J. A. . i , i . . r i . i . St. Locis, Dec. 23, 1857. We, the undersigned, harins nsed Dr. Bragg's Arctic Liniment fora number of months, cheer- . Cheer- full v testifv to its superior efficacy in curing the disces of horses; so well are we satisfied of the Arctic being the best Liniment made, that we would use no other. We keep snd have kept for a number of vrurs, extnive livery stables in this city, and consequently our experience about horses and theirdiseases ,s great, and we the ontv one we have ever found alwavs enec-1 tire. We eordiallv recommend it to all Liverv Stable keepers, snd others having the care ot horses. J. .. ARNOT. LYNCH, ARNOT k CO.. Chesnut street. Caption. Many Druggists, having-old Id Lini- i vou as to pur-; ments on hand, will try to sell them to the best, but do von pis tivelv refuse chase them. Ak for "Bragg's Arctic Liui raent," ami take no other. Liberal Prwosition. The proprietors agree r tO IlirniSIl eaCU purcua!ero. a uonar wi,ne, win, 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 up in 25 cent, 50 cent, and 1 1 bottles. The 50 cent and $1 bottles con tain 50 and 100 per cent, more Liniment in pro portion to their cost, and are the cheapest. For sale bv BRAGG ft BURRO WES, Sole Proprietors, St. Louis. Missouri. IT" For sale in St. Joseph, bv VanLear, Brit tain Hardv, Starling, Loving k McDonald, and V. R. Penick. got.I) BT Shreve ft 51 icy. White Clou 1, Kansas; Reed k Sturje's, Iowa Point, " James N. York. Doniphan, " J. H. Maun k Co., Brownville, Nebraska; Peter, Fraxer ft Co.. Oreson, Mo.; Barnard, Adams k Co., St. Louis; And by all Druggists. june 3, 1959, ly. . i i i r . j,, i. .1 : .1. i WILLIAM MAQUILKEN. House, Sign, and Ornamental Painter, GLAZIER, PAPER HIXGER, AC, WHITE CLOUD. KANSAS, IS prepared to execute all work of the above ' kinds, in a superior manner. Having had thirty-five years' experience, he flatters himself' that his work will compare f ivorahly with that of any 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 2, 57, tf. V.'D. MARKHAM, ATTORNEY AT LAW & 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 snd Town Lots, Lo cation of Warrants, Entry of Lands, 4c, in th North-Westem States and Territories. REFERENCES. Hon John W. Nash, Powhatan, Va.; Hon. John S. Caskie, Richmond, Ya.; J. H. Burns, Est,., 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. L-wis. Esq., " " Col. J. W. Preston, Doniphan, Kansas. OFFICE ON .HAIN STREET. Whit Cloud, Aug. 20, 57, tf. 1,000 AGENTS "WASTED ! TO SELL BY SUBSCRIPTION, DR. ARNOLD'S Lecture tn Anatomy, Pkyeiolnjif, Itygcinetnd Diteate it Csuse, Prevention mmd Cure. WRITTEN in a familiar style, designed for the general reader. Highly illustrated with excellent wood -cuts, by tbe very best Art ists in the west. This is a book gotten np with great care snd expense, and is made so simple and comprehens ive that everv one that reads it can comprehend it. It contains a great variety of the most valua ble receipts for almost every disease that man kind is subject to ; containing over 4lK large i i mo. pages, an 1 bound in embossed muslin, gilt i back. Retail price $1,5". A sample copy will be sent by mail to any part of the United States, 1 on receipt of the retail price, also a full list of j mv publications. Address H. M. RULLISON, . Queen City Publishing House, 141 Main street, 1 Cincinnati, Ohio ; or, if living East, D. RUL- ; .SEdi'Ji or mor. insertions, including this notice, and mailing me copies of paper marked, containing the same, shall have a copv iwaneu w i'r dress, pre-paid. . novl8,53. C. E. BALDWIN, Wholesale aad Retail Dealer ia Clocks,Watches,Jewelry GERMAN SILVER & PLATED WASE, LAMPS, Pcket Citlery, P.rt W-iIes, riHCY AXTICLZS, riAWO. XXL0DI0M. And Musicalla-'trompnu ofErcrj Description, SECOVD aTREET, ST. Jostrn, j. ISAAC CLEVELAND, O Blacksmith, Vaif mm ciotjtj, IAS i as, PSL J W a en S.w ummanMrl business in his aew Jtl shop. o Main Street, where he will at ,11 f' . L.,l....-i times be prepared to execuie an. j be entrusted to his skill -such as ironing wag ons.re pairing Wagons, Plow, etc, and. in snort, performing anv work in his li bwrnnes. Particular attratioa paid to Shoeing Horses, Mules and Oxen, in th most careful aad sub stantial manner. Bnng an experiencd work man, and attentive to business, ht fcope r9 receive a liberal t-raoas- - - 5S. '57 l. Arnoi, an'l lvnrn, amoi v .. avrfi 1110 iwu i " 1 -' ' ' " - -' - -v. -" - - - largest Liverv Stables in the West, and are gen-1 formed a treat many cures, when all other Me erallv known" thoughont the United States: j dicines failed to do any good. SePit m a. ; j . I -e- I b;'n b: to h public f-r mor than 28 TOUt.ias Jefferm-s heretofore unpublished fern years.and is de.ervedly popular. nT correspo ixK are s seh-ctinns from hii CaeN j From '. C. Dillay k Carpenter, Syracuse, N. i., u.-t. ts, isaw. i tak j -r4t pisasure in beiu; able to sav : that we hive soli vj..r O !inr Oil more than ten years, aJ never heard a com-daint j from a purch iter. I FromS. B.-tvtn, Liwvill. Wis. tr "rr- I have conversed with several of my weigh - i bors.wh-i say "Thev are ae miintsd with vonr Gargling Oil, havin? frequently used it for both Mm an 1 Bsast," aaj sosak very highly: of its curttire q jalities, aad expresa a wish j main nrgm De leu lorsaie in mis ptaee. FrwwMosirs. L. Jackson Co.. South Gib sin, Tenn., April 17, ISil. Th Oil takes like hot cakes in this country We will soon have to order another lot, in or derta get it here ia time. From J. M. Irwin k Co., "Silincvifle. Ohio, Afin-hll ! e htve sold the last bottle r the Grglmg , Oil. Sales are rapid now, thou;h it -a. some I time before we got it started. It is entirely ! ,K. K . . , i.ti.i. h... ..ii., i . ti.a me. f'aatioa to Purchasers. The only genuine has "G. W. Merchant, wrt V V " hint., in ..M, knttte ul al- . . hi.inatiire over the enrfc. ; IJ-Pamphlets gratuitously furniahed by j aent$t with Testimonials of iu utility. A or(,fr!, addressed to lh. I MERCHANT'S GARGLING OIL CO.. j Lockport, N. Y. . . Tim i.ts and Merehsats I eencrallv. through the United States. British Possessions, and other Countries. Aud by ShrkVe Macv, White Cloud. Rico k Stcsoes, Iowa Point. Peter, Fbazeb k Co., Oregon, Mo. Jones 1 Co., Mound City, Mo. And by one ni ; more agents in every town ia "'e vicinity. hoi sale at all large eomroer - c,' towns. sept. 30, 53, ly. CO-PARTNERSHIP. I T "r r 5 undersigned have fo ship, under the firm of WAKEFIELD St PAYNE, as Carpenters and Joiners, White Cloud, Kan sas, and will give prompt attention to all and every branch of business pertaining to their line, in tlio best manner, and on the most liberal terms. R- S. WAKEFIELD, oct.l.57,ly. ALBERT PAYNE. OK EG ON MILLS! 33 3 SIT, IS-D. UTT . WATSON, PROPRIETORS. THE Proprietors of this Mill, take pleasure in informing the public, that they have tho- rouehly cleaned, re-fltted ami repaired their es l.kl:.kM..i u:.u :. . . v . n ,1 n, ,.uiiiiucu, "- " , manufacturing an article or Superfine Hour, vhich cannot be excelled in the Western eoun- try. Tney have a good supply oi it neat, a .Mill in the very best order, and millers who thor-1 oughlv un lerstand their business, and ar now I prepared to furnish th best of Flour, in any quantitv, at as low nnrcs as it can oe naj west ef the Misiippi. sept. 10, 57, tf. DR. H. GRAVES. PHYSICIAN AUD SUR3E0X, HIAWATHA, BROWN CO., KANSAS, OFFERS his professional services to the si.k and afflicted who mav require them. Ha- ring had a practice of thirteen year ia th Wes- tern country, he flatters himself that be Is thor oughly qualified in the modifications of disease in this climate. may, , ly Extensire Machine Establishment, St. Louis, Mo. 2. EDWARD BOYLE, XTCTILL se'l all kinds of Machinery, sueh at V V Engine, Saw and Grist Millsand Steam Boilers of all shapes and forms, as low as they can be got in the West. I warrant all 1 sell to be of the best material and workmanship. I hare also on hand a first rate lot of SECOND HAND BOILERS, which I will sell at a very low figure. All per sons in need of anvtiiiuc in the wav of Machine- rv, will please give me a call before purchasing ! . : i -,, J . .L 1 I elsewhere, as tney win nno. u to ineir aavaa tage. My establishment is at the corner ef Main and Cherrv Streets, St. Louis, Mo. april 29, 53, 6:n. EDWARD BOYLE. r. c. shscvi, a. o. m. act. SHREVE & MACY, DRUGGISTS, WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS. ITT Dr. Shreve attends to the practise of Me dicine and Surgery. He may be found at th Drug Store. feb. 4, 53, tf. viiHE undersigned have formed a eo-partner-JL shin, under tbe firm of LIKENS A BOYD, , As enteral Land and &sal Zstat Afsata, 8T. JOSEPH, MO., nt m rive nrnront attention to all and everv bnnci. 0f business pertaining to Real Estate y,,,.;,, .ch as the Entry of Lands, in any 0r the North-Western State and Territories, e;th Dr Land Warrants or by Money, We will also attend to the purchase aad sale 0f improved Real Estate, Town Lots, e. LAXD WARRANTS BOUGHT AND SOLD Remittance by Land Warrants, erexchange on some one o. ia. pnncin mtiw.. m-rei. pany aU order. JOHN H. LIKFNs, JOHN Vf. BOYD RFFPOCVOBO. Hon. C. J. Faulkner, of Yinrinia; lion. Wm. HamMcton, of Maryland; Wm. M. Marshall, Eiq-, of Uagsntowa Sank, Maryland; Henry M. Brent, Esq., Cashier of Valley Bnk of Virginia; Cato Moore, Es.., Cashier of Valley Bank, Chariestown, Vinrinia; D. Burkhart. Cashier of Bank ef Berkeley, Virginia; Allen C. Hammond, M. D., Berkeley Co. Virginia; Drakely k Fentoa, Baltimore, Md.; Josiah Le Ik Co., Banker. Baltimore ; Brown k Johnston. Bankers, Yieksburgn, Mississippi: Caddy, Rrowa k Cn New Orleans; Jack k Bros Louisville, Ky.; Amlrew Hunter, Esq Chariestown, Va.; Jesse D. SlinzlulT, President of Coaitneralal j k Farmers' Bank. Baltimore: nf HUn- fteneral Hmw W-Bllmn, General Sunerlnteodeat Balti more and Ohio Railroad; Forsvth Jt Baker, Wheeling, Vs.; Beta M. Hughe. St. Joseph, Mo.; Silas Woodson. " " Reuben Middleton, " E. B. Webb, Carmi, HL; A. T. Stewart k Co.. New York ; Gage, Dater k Sloan, " un35,57,tf Tha Oreateit Bioyraphy of the Ag ? THE Lin&F s-, - thomas jek't:rsom,- By HtmT9 S. RtndaU. L. L. D. h laraf Ytl umtt, Oclav. THIS work contains upwards of 9000 pages, is printed on fine paper, and is handsome! v bewnd. in various stvles. It is illustrated by several engravings on steel, and numerous fac simile i i among the former are two fin portrait of Jaf ferson. The be similes eiotx-jcs, araong othara, ' Ui original draft of the Declaration of Inde pendence, iu Jeffcrsou's own hand-writing. . . This is, in every seiue, an authorized work. It was undertaken under the approbation ef hi1 family, and with an unreserved access to all tkw private papers of Jefferson iu their posseasfea , and has received the benefit of their rceullee ' lions and opinions at every s'rp.- ' j The work contains thw erpressioas of Jeffsr' . son on every great public question which aroaej from his adveut into public life, to bis deatih , period of about sixtv years, and embracing tha ; t.nl. r...:- i r . i. . r . ! polished letters. State papers, etc., etc. . i i opinions of tut. mks ! I" .7""r puo.uuea No other Life of Jefferson ever published--' ' ' V'.l- P""'' bear auy comparison to- this in thoroughness. .aiinivs or lucnieut, ana conscientious IdeliCy. -s" - Tbia biography Mas ctl- 1 uaaCv been a labor aUve. an J tl.a tMntfu. ' tient.' assiduous toil it h.a enst. have Seen riwm with ungrudging, untiring enthusiasm- X. V. Trihmmt. At length the public have a Life of ThorrnV ; Jetlcrson, that isnotonlv fascirwting, and thcre- lore sure to be popular, but one that will stail the essential historic test that of accuracy aa truthfulness. It is seen that the ground-wwrk. of the whole is authentic cotemporary mate rial, and that of the highest ordsr. To gather it has been the work of years. Wc would no KUiuparw 1111s vuiuuiv Willi nai lll.miUIUI aOO. - , - 'tu're that Jeff, i. i of hinl? hM hT, nafurT h i. ". Z.-ZmW 1 ' ' - - that in which Johnson stands out in the of Boswell Bottom Pott. Imbued witlt tliut enthusiastic admiration ef hhr subject, without which a biographer is rarelv successlul, Mr. Randall, nevertheless, does nor seek to hide whatever fault he tn.w h.,1 i from himself or from the reader. He r.I ,.),. picture as Cromwell insisted his should be pain-, ted, "wartsand all." The picture gains by this I i life-like coloring, without losiug any of it . majestic proportioiu. Albany Eot. Jaur. ' No one who runs bis eye. however caSTially,- er this work, will fail to be satisfied that Mr- ' ttan.tan .as a.iuea very largeiv to tne stocfc or i Je world s information about Jefferson, that he t Haw uau my.vam w Ulliieru wurapiureu, j and that he has done more than was ever doaer I by any one before him to illustrate the personal-' ity of that great statesman. .V. 1'. Eot. Past. We have read with delight Mr. Randwa , OTptir.ling it:Ullt of Mr. JefTerson' personal 1 hiitorTi wuien he ha4 edulonly gathered, and t admirablvgrouped tosether, from a great variety ' of authentic sources hitherto unexplored Out of the templing richness of his materials, the book at once most entertaining and instructive- . line b-Mi aiuiuu .uwiur uos vvfi9.rw.cu at one that should be studied by every patriot of ' the land Richmond Enq. There can be only one opinion as to th abil i ity, general impartiality and industry which Mr. ' Randall has brought iuto combination In tk composition of this biography. 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