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" We hare never recommended the prac tice of catting corn bnU fine and mixing something good with them to induce cat tle to ewallow the whole macs. -Indeed, we hare long doubted whether it is ' not better to let cattle chew their food ami at it slowly, than to make artificial in eff ete to be swallowed in haste. j : It is true that cows will yield morej milk on cut feci and slops than n "the beet ef haj alone, and when the liajr is. not ef so good qnalitj as to indnre cat-j tie to fill tbemselvee with that alone, it j tnajr be profitable to out the hay fine and j mix' meal cf some kind wijji it fur if it j is not cat it can not be well mixed. , The aim pleat food is beat fur animal, ! end they will live longer, and continne j more healthy on snch, than on any artili-1 cisl feeding. Variety of food is useful, j atl I we see how cattle thrive on the vari- j ety of herbage which is found in all QnfJ summer pastures, ius cm lueu, wm much grain to make it go, is a different thine. Cows that are kept on the rich est food never live long.There are noti many that will stand two quarts of In- j disn meal per day for a great length ol time. ' We ooglit to contrive to have greater ' rariety of dry fodder through the winter. Corn-bask are of much importance, and all fanners who keep slocks of rattle ought to have a good tnpply. Thi they can hare by planting au eitra acre ol mo nufe'o j.uijjvo w. ""'"ij .. stalks for winter feed. One acre will j yieia a great supj, pp'.y without a large iuan- j tity of manure, . Biiii u may ue a uater mnru in nhni fp hi,i-..il ,.f r coure to plant or llio purpose ot aocur-1 ing the corn as well as the hnitk. A little more time spent in increasing the manure heap, and in stining the ground between rows of corn, will aid farmers I to procure winter tooa qmte as miun as the growing of acres of roots which inu;t be fed at much greater cost thuu is usu ally expended on corn. ,' Oat straw, w-lieat and bailey straw, re all good to increase the variety of winter feed and all these may bo proCt- j bly miied with husk at the time of j harrting. All may become a little moul-1 dy, but eating this is no worse than eat- j ins minldv cheee. which manv nrefcr to , that which is green or dry. J Itlielrwheat -ctraur " t j fkn.flini. arlntlA 1 article. which was formerly burnt in the field as soon as it was threshed, in order, as it was said, to prevent the scattering of the seeds among the manure, in the solcm fear that when once scattered over a farm it could never be rooted out. It was thought to be a greater nuisance on a farmthan thistles or witch-grass. ..The straw of buckwheat is really worth ometning as variety for cattle iu winter. They will eat some of it at any rate, but they will cat more when you mix it with huks at the time of busking. People orr more in letting this grain stand late is the field than in lotting corn or rye stand late. They are deceived in the luto blossoms which are not to be regarded. Look to the main chance and cut early. Jfatiachvsctfii Ploicman. A -pig, when fed on highly nitrogeni red food, becomes full of flesh ; when fed with potatoes, containing starch, it qoires little flesh, but a thick layer of fat. The milk of a stall-fed cow is very rich ' in outter ; out wnen leil on pasture it ionna to contain more casein, ani lessi batter and sugar of milk. The loss 0f dry fi brine in au ox would amount to twenty-six ounces in twenty four hours ; to snpply this, the animal must cat the following quantities of one or the other kinds of food here mentioned: 122 pounds of lurnips, 117 pounds of wheat-straw, 22 pounds of meadow-hay, 69 pounds of potatoes, 77 pounds of carrots, 19 pounds of clover-hay, 7 pounds of beans, 12 pounds of oats, 14 ponnds of barley. Any animal will grow far faster by mix ing eilhtr of tit above article, than by fttding them teparately. Horses' Coats. Lately going to the country to spend a few weeks with a friend of mine, I drove a very handsome horse and a good one, but was always annoyed about his coat. It was more 1 ike a lot of bristles than a horse's smooth kin, and all the grooming ho could get "wouldn't do it no good." My friend, who is a great horse-breeder and fancier, made me try giving him a few raw car- ii u.j iii cat oui oi raj uauii, i saying that be would have a good smooth cvatin three weeks: and be was rieht. for in that time my horse had a beautiful, leek, glossy coat, and all from eating a lew raw carrots daily. Ho tells me it is infallible. Corrtxpondenl Porter's Spir it of the Times. Tjun M.iS.r Kor. rrmarj,u I have a rod measure, a light stiff pole, j just sixteen and half feet long, for mcas- Brinir land. Iiv a little nrmliiH Iia ran ! learn to step just a rod at five sieps. which rill answer very well for ordinary farm work.t!.,Ascertain the number of rods in Width and length of a lot you wish to measure, and multiply one into the other and divide by one hundred and sirty, and you have the number of acres, as one boadred and sixty square rods make a qaare acre. If yon wish to lay off one acre square, measure thirteen rods unou sen aula. This lacks one rod of full ' measure. Kicking Cows. Cows sometimes mora their feet from impatience or rest lessness, and sometimes kick for the 6ame reason. Any invariable and prompt in fliction of a short quick punishment will soon cure them. They dislike to have tbeir teats jerked, and if. whenever they kiek or step, this infliction always invar iably follows, they will soon cease. It ia ( the utmost importance that it always he uniformly severe, not irregular, and sever but once performed for each repeti tion of the fault. Country Gentletnan. Five things are essential ia the culture of root-crops : First, a dry soil ; second, a rich soil ; third, a deep soil ; fourth, a well pulverized soil ; and fifth, good after culture. The crop will be abundant in proportion as these several requisites are regarded, and deficient in proportion as they are neglected. Make yonr farm a sonrce of pride, and it will surely become a source of profit. ' vujw.1 to ue not to uave manv . but rich acres. " 1 "VOT DOES YOU DISK APOTII t B' KEB DtTftl TOET- i " Tot Joe fin iittk Li, drar? Vol U eUr eua'fr Io-iIqt? I"r -at, ssk I iriakcd of birr, Bt yam ic got moling to r. Xtm Btioslr ?ot lait-h, ool jo -ry, " fnl 4rm at Aet welJrtyoM xink ; t"l 4cm nit Art rlir o Act HM jom bby ; For Urn! a toh jruv. I slink.' Vol ifc orr muiet, 4ow Una. Var! Ty fcr y-oo oool antwrr an? Ilar 1 (Treated to prizl ant birr, fat UaLi joa dei (-i-rt to ace? Yoo Jiffui eni belli!, aat prjftn to ri. Yea r rim jo;r dm ie iVr mug ; If'r'M-r bair ri ;,Idt vat yoru cr In 1J like fur to (if rot a Yoor gluttie vant oMtnlin, mine Una, dear, Yerr sktorkie out at Art heels; Vni eea In dT tifrtt roa all dirty ebbear, Py duB'Wr! bow thamed I eels. I knet yoa ik Uzy I kaem-s it veil. Km sfctiil, Ax . aotiof to mo; Too Mfrtrhfm or Drmlprh, oet trbo (A tJell, ' Veil asjirried. bow happy rell pe? , Ceo, tktl ase jnut ilec'rt, mimm Lias, drar, niUIlyaUofiue; - S (.'at baoote more pr?trl aat gr bier, Fttne StaitaeHiase aat viae. xiCtV. ., , . . . . . '. 1 bo following story la acknowleilgeil a "good one," but we have never before aeen it in print : ' f..... ..,M , . : i. i .. : a a ii: it rz ni n ni iiit-. ntiiiin i 1 1' ' ii imi i m i : U a ug IHH, a IUOUX.111'1 miles lilllUL ; istsllt ; f,om the Capital of New Hampshire, per-! suaded Joseph X , or. as he trao gen- I jerally called, "Joe," to attend a Sunday ( u i i t i ie Association, !. z oouth jintu street, ruilaila. bchool. Joo was an overgrown, half-wit- Bt onl.-r of the Direetors. ted, profane lad, and the boys had sntie-1 .' EZRA D. HEARTWELL, President. ipateJ considerable fun out of hira ; but! Gnoaoit Faischm.o, Secretary. the answers to the various questions pro-1 Ju'y ls58-ly. noundl were sriven so reaiilv and cor- nj-artKiT nisrnvlWv riF titf. a'fTp tectly, that no one could lor a moment suppose that he was not fully versed in tlicoWical loie. Joe was duly uhered in, and placed on a settee in front of the one on which his friends were seated, and the recitation commenced. ! The teacher fi ret questioned the class ' ott their regular lessons, and then turned j to Joe. . "Mr fiien.l " Kail lio leaelmr ' lio .ude the world we inhabit V - . i I' 1 . Qt . '. 1 I . . .... . 1 " like nn expiring rail. , " Who made the world we inhabit ?" ! Just as he was probably about to give ., i it . ' . t i i ' the answer, one of the boys seated behind inserted a pin into his ( Joe's) pants, i abont nine inches below the ornamental button of his coat. "God Almighty!" answered Joo, in an elevated tone, at the same time rising quickly from Jus scat. " That is correct," replied the teacher: i ' but it is not necessary that you should B, i"? harmless in themselves, they excrta ben rise in answering. A sitting posture was f""1 J"lire f'6?' ri;st& . . ,, a 1 the Taste a -Inch has become vitiated or destrov- just as wen. Joe was again seated, and the catechism proceeded. " Who died to save the world ?" Tito pin was oijain inserted, and Joe replied "Jesus Christ !" in a still Ion-1 dar voice, rising, as before, from his seat 'That is also correct, but do not man ifest so much feeling; do be more com- ! pocd and reserved in your manner," said ll,e tocher, m an expostulating tone. Aftor Jo calmed down, the cxam- , , ,, r , , , ' ""' "'" " uuom vi u Wlckcj mon 7 was the subject now np If. :t -i .!.. ' iut vuuMucriiuuu , linn as mo pin w as again stuck in, Joo thundered out, with a higher elevation of his body " Hell and damnation !" My young friend," said the instruc tor, " you givo the true answers to all those questions ; but while you are here, we wish you to be more mild in yonr words. Do endeavor, if you can, to re strain enthusiasm, and five a less exten ded scope to your feelings." Scene is Coirt. Hon. David Taul Drown, of the Philadelphia bar, relates the following.good story in a lato work of his : A qtnek had instituted suit for medi cal services against one of his neighbors, and, the suit being brought for the use of another, became himself the witness. A Mr. Williams, who was employed to de fend the suit, and to expose the quackery and worthlessness of the services reuder- led, subjected tho doctor to the following cross examination " Did von treat the patient according to the most approved rules of surgery ?" I a.sked the counsel. 15v all means certainly I did," re: plied the witness. " Did you decapitate him 7 inquired tllO tonncol. ..1 - i i . ... ... -luouoieu i v i did mat was a mat- tcr., "urse" "" " Dli J'0" Perra Cesarean ope- .... 1 ... i ny, ot course, answered the wit- ; nes ; " his condition required it, and it ; was attended with great success." "Did you then subject his person to ' autopsy ?" still further queried tho coon' sel. ' Certainly, that was the last remedy I adopted," replied tho witness. " Well, then, doctor," said the conn scl, " as von first cut off the defendant's head, then delivered him of a child by a I surgical operation, tnen dissected nun. and lui sst.il 1 survives it, I have no more to ask; and if your claim win anrViv it, quackery deserves to be immortal." One or Jim Beckwomti's Lies. A California exchange is responsible for the following : A company of miners on Jamison Crock requested a comrade, who was go ing to a neighboring camp, to borrow "The Life of Jim Bcckworth." "Ue made his desire known, and was handed, by accident, a copy of the Bible, and did not discover the mistake. Taking the book home, one of the corapanv, who could read a little by spelling the' hard words, opened in the Book of Jndsrcs. and read the story aloud, of Sisera being killed by Jacl, llebcr's wife, with a hammer and a nail. 1 he story wm listened to with profound attention until finished, when one of the listeners jumped up and ex claimed "One of Jim Beck worth's lies! It sounds adzackly like him." - . I cannot bear to see a bear bear down upon a hare. When bare of hair be ctriiik the hare, for hair I cry for bear. lIOWAR'l-i ASSbCJlATiOX,. , J Philadelphia. ' I j Brmrlrl Itetilulmn estailtsUed if special Eadawmeut far f'ui Belief of tie Sick and . Distressed, ejticttd a-Ki 1 trident t . . . . aai Epidemic Dictates. ' , THE HOWARD ASSOCIATION, in view ' of the awful destruction of human lif, canned ! by Sexual diseases, and the deceptions practiced i j npon the unfortunate victims of snch difeases by, Quacks, several vears ago directed th'sir Cm-j suiting Surgeon, as a Charitable Art worthy or j tbeir name, to open a pispensary wine ; tnciit of thia class of diseases, in all their form, i and to cive medical adrie gratis, to all who ap- ply by tetter, with a description of their rondi- J ; tion,'(ge, occujwtion, habits of life, Ae.,) and t ! in cases' of extreme poverty, to Fcnsise Mrot-1 1 cif Ftrr. or Chaste. It is needless to dd ' that the Association commands the highest Med i iea! skill of the aire, and will furnish the moat J approved modern treatment, j The Directors of the Association, in their; ' Aanual Report upon the treatment of Sexnal J i Diseases, for the year ending January 1st, 1S58, ' express the liiirhr-st satisfaction with the success I wliich has attend.il the Inlmrs of the Consulting . Surgeou, iii the cure of Spermatorrhoea, Semi ! nal Weakness, Iinpotonee, Gonorrhoja. Gleet, i Syphilis, the vice of Onanism or self-abuse, I ic, and order a continuation of -tin lama plan ! for the ensuing year. . The Directors, on a review of the past, feel assured that their labors in this sphere of benev j olent cfT'irt have been of great benefit to the I afflicted, especially to the young, and they have , leal, U this very important and much despised ! , cau-c. , j I An admirable Report on Spermatorrliosa. or . ' Seminal Weakness, the vice of Ouanirm, Mas- j 1 turbation, or self-abu.se, and other diseases of j ! the sexual organs, by the Consu'ting Surgeon, ! 1 "lu sent, oj mtii .m a scaieu wiiciu-,y r 'orcmiM.i, on rcc.-ipt of tvo srAurs fir post- I ,. Other Reports and Tracts on the nature 1 and treatment of sexual diseases, diot, ic, arc I constantly bein published fur gratuitous dittri- buUon.and win be setst to tue antictcu. c-cme . . . -. e new remedies and methods of treatment l;4Mnrere(l flnrine the lt vear. are (if frreat ralue. c Addresn. for Report or treatment, Dr. GEO. R. CALHOUN, Consultin? Surgeon, Howard lUrORTAMT TO TOHAOOO CIIKWKltS! Da. GUSTAV UNNARD'S Taslf Restorative Troches, Tk' Oreat SuhitUule for Tobacco. It a wnl I t-tiAwn and t nfWMi f rArnrt ! tta t that the use of Tobacco is the promoting cause of many of the most severe Mental and Phyeical Dimrdm, to "'eh tue race of man is subject, as careful analysis and long and painful experience hare clT'-T. proren th;lt ' couta:' certain ".'i6 ' ' . ' ! ran?e the functious and operations of the heart, causing many to suppose that organ to be serit 0,1-v 1'eMi1 . , , . Tobacco afTjcta also the entire nervous sva- tem nmlifest;ns its.lf-as all who have ever used the hoxious weed will bear testimonv in Lassitude, Nervous Irritability, Water ttrash, Dyspepsia, and niar.y disorders of a similar character. The Taste Rcsloratite Troches are designed to counteract these baneful influ- I ences, and have proven completly successful in in a multitude ol cases, and wherever used. ! ed by great indulgencc.coinpletely removing the irritation and the accompaiiviiig tickling censa tion of the Throat which are always conse quent i-.pon abstaining from the use of Tobac eo, and by giving a healthy tone to the Stom ach, invigorate the whole system. Persons who are irretrievablv undermining their constitutions and shortening their lives, should use these Troches immediately and throw off the injurious and unpleasant habit of Tobac co Chewing. These Troches or Lozenges arc put up in a convenient and portable form at the low price of j3 cents ner Ha. A liberal riiseonr.t to the iTraJc. Prepared s.ildv by tl.c miJorsiirncil, to whom an orders siiouiii be a'Mrefsc.i JAME3 E. BOWERS, Di-Ufreist, Comer 21 and Rtce streets, Phil. Sold bj all D.uggistsaad Jc tiers in medicines everywhere. nov4 53 1 v. 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Gleasmi'a Pub nshing Hail, Corner otTramont and Bromfield streets, Boston, Massacbnscui, br nov. 11, 1858. F. GLfc.VJOX. 1S58. EE3UXA3. - , 1358. ST. JOSEPH AND OMAHA." , Weekly Missouri '. Eircr. Packet, For Amazonia, Iowa Point. Forest Citv, White Cloud, Rockport, Brownville, Linden, Ne braska City, Plattsmouth, St. Mary's Belle vu, Council Bluffs, Omaha, ke. DXTf COXTERS, Regular Monday Packet for Whita Cloud, Council BioSs and Omaha, irfoT rZ WILL leave for the above and all intermediate points, on Mondav of each week, at 4 o'clock, P. M. ' julyl.58,0. nhmN EJO TA. j ;' , JJ ' . n os jwygm m imiiTri ' - ytiy.! v J ! 1 1 "'''vvt' '''"'gw a I . I "W X I,Mt . tJJ '4.- s - WHITE CLOUD is Bitnaterl on the Missouri River in Doniphan County, Kansas, six hundred and fifteen miles above St. Louis, and two miles below tie Nebraska line. The landing, a mile in extent, of beautiful bluff rock, is equalled by bat one from St Louis to Sioux City, a distance of one thousand miles, and being the natural business point for s large extent of rich and beautiful country, will, of itself, in a few years, build up a flourishing city. Upon the town site, and all through the adjacent country, there is an abundance of timber of every kind needed for family and bunding purposes. Iron ore is found on the town site, also stone of a superior quality, for building purposes. Bituminous coal of an excellent quality is found in large quantities near the town. As a point for Manufacturing, White Cloud has no superior on the Missouri River. No portion of the West has a finer climate, better soil, more beautiful scenery or is better watered than the country for 150 miles back of White Cloud. Of the central position of White Cloud nothing need be said. An accurate map of the Country is the best comment. It is immediately on the air line from the great State of Iowa, and Northern Missouri, to Western and Northwestern Kansas, as well as Southern Nebraska. The roads di verging from here are good at all seasons. A State road is now opening, and will soon be completed from the opposite side of the Missouri River to Des Moines, in Iowa, and as there is a new steam ferry recently established, this will be the most direct and convenient route for the emigration to Northern and Western Kansas. A Railroad has already been chartered to Fort Riley, in the interior of the Territory, and will be built at no distant day. The healthfulness of th dim. nrl forti'lii-ir nf th anil ar nroverbial. and are surpassed onlv bv the beauty of the gently undulating prairie. This portion of the public domain is rapidly filling up, but still most very reasonable distance at the government price, u nite tiioua, tnougn scarcely a year oiu, contama uo ol mc hotels in Kansas ; five stores all doing a good business, and a class of buildings superior to most new towns, and has a populatian of five hundred, and is rapidly improving in every respect. Already there are flourishing schools in operation in the place, and whithin eight miles, in the growing town of Highland, there has been established a Uni versity under the management of die Tresbyterian denomination, which 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, and render White Cloud, as a commercial mart, and tie adjacent country as an agricultural district, the most desirable and attractive portion of the mighty West. Juxe, 1858. Scientific American. 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A -rents for the sale of James Smith A Co.'s Superior Machine Cards. ang. 6, 57, ly. co. a. daho. star. a. molost. hu. o. aouirs. E. L DAMON & CO., Importers and Wholesale Dealers ia Lkmprs and Cigars, If, tit Second St. Bet. Green Xorwaa , . - SAINT LOUIS, MO. Agents for Kolony 4 Til ton's Alco&ol, Lologne Sp'ta, Spirit Gas & Camphene June 4, -s;, tf. aLraxocaaa. L. & A. CARR, WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Books, Paper, Stationery, &c, &c, No. 49, Xarta Ma in Street, ST. LOUIS, MO. ' ' June 4, '57.tr. ' ' ' v 1 sXesrfa. .oss p Mare Men Wantei Immediately. FEW m rectiT and enterprising young a. men can find im-ncdiate employment, by which they can mike from $610 to $1 ,000 a year, to act as agents for several new and popular works, just published exclusively f irajents, and not for sale in book stores. We have a great number of agents employed, many of whom are making from $15 to $-21 per week. Those who wish to engige in tbis pleasant and profitable business, will, for particulars, etc., address, C. I.. PERBV k CO., Publishers and Wholesale Booksellers, Sandusky City, Ohio. U" E litors givin; the a'love and following three in lertions, an I calling attention to it, mid sending a copv containing it, will receive any three of the following works: Life of Josephine, by Ilaadley, $1 .25 Life of L vfayctte, by If eadley, 1 .25 Life of N.tpoleon, by Headlev, 1.25 Wild Scenes of a Hunter's Life, 1.25 Life of M trv and M irtha Washington, 1.25 Odd Fellow's Amulet, 1-00 Any person wishing any of the above bioks, can have them sent by m til, free of postage, on receipt of the above retail price. Address, j.in. 7, 53. C. L. DERBY CO. J. A. DOLX. " T. A. WEST. DOLMAN &. WEST, Auction & Commission Merchants; AND DEALERS IN REIL EST1TE, STOCKS, AC, East Side Market Square, ST. JOSEPH, MO. 1 ON EY invested in Lands and Loans; Land lVJ- Warrants located in Missouri, Kansas and Nebraska; Taxes of non-residents paid: Col lections made and promptly remitted: Inquiries promptly answered: Particular attention paid to the sub-divwion of Lands, and Sales at Auction. We are prepared to receive and store Goods on . . . - . . uonsignment. snc4.ai.ii ALBERT HEED, Attorney at Law, Troy, Doniphan County, Kansas, WILL give prompt attention to all profes sional business entrusted to him in Don iphan and adjacent Counties in Kansas. Par ticular attention given to COLLECTING CLAIMS. OTERMS MODERATE.J3) april 1,50, 3m. - ST. LOUIS Type and Stereotype Fonndry, J PBUTEits' FTrjunsHrjrs warehouse, Established la 1810. LADEW PEERS, 37 and 38, Locust Street, SL Louis, Mo., 'HYPE FOUNDERS, and dealers In all kinda A. of Presses, Plain and Ornamental Type, News,B mk and Colored Printing Inks, Bronzes, News, Book, Cap, Letter, Envelope, Colored and Manilla Papers. Wa are prepared to furnish complete Printing Offices, at short notice, aad at Eastern priecs. Besidea Type of oar own manufacture, we can fill orders selected from the Specimen Book of l joonson io., Cincinnati Type Fonndry. Conner k Sons, White k Co., Geo. Bmce also Wood Type, from WelU it Webb, New York. We are also the authorised Areata for R. Hoe k Co., Taylor k Co-, Cincinnati Tvpe Fonndry, J. D. Foster Co., S. P. RureW" Power Press Manufacturing Co.. and Northron Printing Presses. Any newspaper aublishinc thia advertisement to the amount of five dollars, and sending two copies of paper to as, will be paid when they purchase, five times the amount in type. - r.iectrotyping executed at abort notice, ia a superior manner. ct.8,57. LADEW PEERS. M. JEFF. THOMPSON Seal Estate Ascot, . ... AI.T JOSEPH, MISSOURI. , LAND3 Entered and Warrants Located in Missouri, Iowa, Kansas and Nebraska. Improved and unimproved Lands for aala in Buchanan, Aadraw. Holt. Atchison, Nodawav. Gentry, Clinton, DeKalb and Caldwell Counties. Select and Locate foe distant dealers on the most favorable terms. Examine aad value Lands and pav Taxes for non-residents. Land Warrants Bought and Sold. Having Surveyed a larre portion of Missouri, Kansas ud Nebraska, the latter for Govern ment, I am particularly posted In regard to the value of Land. I can furnish Land Hunters who an the inlormaUoa neceaaarr to make ennH kikuuu. tune 4. kf. SHAPLEIGH, DAY, & CO., IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IX Hardware, Cutlery &Gnns 103, Maim Street, ST. LOUI3 .MISSOURI. valuable lands can be obtained within RUFUS R. EDWARDS. W II OLESALE QIt O CER, IMrORTKR AKD MtAMCR tX FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC WIXES AND LIQUORS, .Main, Between Francis A Jnle Streets, ST. JOSEril, MO., HAS now in store, and to arrive thronhont th season, the largest and best assorted stock of Groceries, Wines ami Lionors, ever be fore offered in this markrt, and to purchasers. (I may rt mark,) such inducements will be offer ed, that I m at dofv competition.. ' H)0 sacks Rio coffee; ill!H),0i)0 CD a SB caps; .If'O hhds N O sugar; 1 H orbhls a kits mekrl 2011 packets Java coflVa 125 doz 2 a 3 hoopiickts 110(1 kegs nails assorted 25 dox flonr sieves; 320 bids and hlvsmolas 100 boxes firecrackers; 200 kegs molasses; 100 dox yeast powders; 4nu boxes soap; l'"' boxes starch; 200 bxs tallow candles; 75 half boxes do; 590 bxs whole, hlvs a 60 boxes pickles, half qrs star canities ; eallor.; 250 boxes cheese; 50 bxs quart pickles; 3000 sacks dairy salt; 500 hndls wrapg paper; 700 pek.-js teas different 100 budls wrapg twine; gra les; ."' bxs scotch herring 390 boxes tobacco; 275 boxes raisins; 2500 sacks G A salt; 200 kegs S C soda; 25 sks fresh Car. rice; 10 bbls cream tartar; 200 bbls vinegar; 100 bbls almonds, fil 150 bbls crushed sugar; bcrta a Brazil nuts; 75 bbls pulverized do; 50 kegs bar lead; 150. dozen bed cords; 70 eases hlf a quarter 400 bags assorted shot; sardines 100 gross blacking; 50 bxs tomato ketchup 200 bxs chalk a stone 300 bxs window glass, pipes; 120 bbls mackerel; 80 half bbls do; 50 bxs lemon svrnp; 175 bxs quart flasks; assorted; 50 dox well buckets; 40 sacks pepper; .25 sacks allspice; 100 boxes Cuba cigars; 1000.000 fine ciewrs as. too boxes pint do; 6000 gains, stone ware; WINES k LIQUORS. 300 mats cassia; 500 bbls whiskey; 75 dox wash boards ; 400 bal f bbls do'; 1 00 bxs pnoer sauce ; 100 bbls eotmac brandy 50 dox hlf bnh meas; 40 bbls N E rum; 200 bxs smoking tobac; 60 bbls American gia; 50 boxes citnn; 10 casks Foreign do; 75 pro. playing cards; 110 kegs cherrv brandy 80 cases mustard ; 7 qr pipes old Mad.; 490bxassorted candy; 99 bbls old Bourbon 10 cases indigo whiskey; 160 kgs French brandy 40 bbls Malaga wine; 25 qr pipes port do; 33 bbls peach brandy; 50 bbls old rre whisky 50 hlf bbls Mai. wine. 60 bbls tar; 100 kegs sal vatus; 500 dozen oysters; 25 bbls ginger; 200 nssts tubs; 1 00 baskts ehamnagne : As a great portion ef the above roods are my own direct importation, or purchased from first hands, and are offered for cash, purchasers would do well to examine mv stock, and compare pri ces. RUFUS R. EDWARDS, june 18, '57, 6m. GEORGE P. LUCKHARDT, Watchmaker, and Dealer in WATCHES, CLOCKS A JEWELRY, OREGOff, HOLT CO., MO rHAKE3 the liberty to Inform the citizens of a- White Cloud -and vicinity, that he has opened a Watch, Clock and Jewelry Store in Uregon, Holt county, Missouri, where ke will keep constantly on hand, and for sale, a good assortment of Gold and Silver Watches, Clocks and Jewelry, which he will sell extremely low, for Cash. Also, a line lot of Violins, Aeeorde- ons. Silver and Plated Spectacles, Gold Peas, with Gold and Silver Extension Cases, Silver Thimbles, cc, e. Ha is prepared to repair Watches, Clocks and Jewelry of every description, in the best manner. and on the most reasonable terms. Every article bought in his establishment, is warranted to be what they are represented to be- Watch repairing warranted for one year, june 4, '57, tf. a. tr. roaarr. sawctx umii Surveyor k Civil Engineer, TORREY & LAPPIN. Land & General Agents & Sane jors SENECA. NEMAHA CO., KANSAS, WILL promptly attend to investioe; Money, paying Taxes, locating and selling Land Warrants, SurTering Town Sites, snb-diridint sections, etc win ony and sell Town shares and Town Lots, and do a General Agency Bus mess. REFERENCES. J. W. Paaaaa, Parker's Express, lows: E. B. Faim nrta. President Michigan Central College; J. Babkib. President Alleghany College; Hon. B. G. Thibaoocx, Tenn.; Jabes Form, Oregon, Mo.; Hon. J. P, Hoisebt, Auburn, N. Y. . june 4, '57, ly.a Art fiOn AGENTS WANTED, VwjUUV.- either Ladies or Gentle men, in every town and County in the United States, to egage in genteel boainesw. by which they can naks from $1,000 to $-2,000 a year, t car particulars, address, etwloeinestamp, AYER'S Ire firing the Sick U ai extat 1. before kaTi f mj sit4itil"T" ISYiLICS. RXAD AND JUDGE PGR YGU JUI.ES HAUEL, rs.. Um w,U kao,, Omhi S, rbilatielplii,, wb. an foaa-4 at aiamt mry toilet, mjn; I sm bappy to f rw Cmm, . km faa4 litem a Wn family rndki,! m, thaa any oilwr witiua air kmcm,tS? y , hrnli Imt naliied autkes kaiwAi, fc, ,, '' tmMlm arilb Mie im Mwvitt that ffa " TirUiM air artTtnt uut 4ut and n iiI7 .r. mn vmtj niwMi, " mw mwq mmuiu .- . analili wbM lino wbick bmm uaka Itimm nhu4 Z1 iMilwiin kaowa." SHk Tb T,rMs Chnrnr WARPL.WV r tiam. 15ck Aunl. IHM : - Da. J. C. At Sir: I am ukn ,m ftat benellt, tlx HjiIm Sim, lanrm, im j aw ia the sprint. A few 4tme of ,or Ftlki cw aavo aM roar t-oorrr rnm aiaii, jw, mm. 1 fat tMifba a4 nUi with aafuliai , 7- - Mdiriasawkkhram ui4 I fcsl a i , ." ytm tut in fnoS Tos kin SaM aa4 an aaat,i JOHN T BEATTT,iStc.ofin.ri.ai.lt ays: "k, " Sit : I US plsamn ia addin( iSrsry of ytwr adiiaM, ka,ins twin nn keiwSt fhsa th mm of bock tout formal M 'r""l Pill. I mmt withoM Uwat ia B, aaul, Tar t usual bs, wkiw aty aMaaa will BaaanT1' Tka widoly waowes & B. STEVENS. M. n w . " wortb, N. II., wraea: , Harinf aoad yoar raTwaane Piua ia an , other, la an raws whom a Mrratir, I coantMotiy raciawajaas unoa Pi I la to aunrrxir aaaoy otaai I bara otot footaL Tk ia their ooaratioa, ami paawrtly oat, saalinta atak thrai aa iarahaakw anirlo iw aqala; aaa 1 15 iir aiaay yoan kawi ynor Out) aani a.5 Coaoji oioilicim ia um ororM ; aa4 tbaaa rioa aT. ariao-snlrnt-r lo that lilanraMa DtapaniMa aaaal? aaoatof limn." . "Atom, Jft.AV'atan J. C. Ana Dear Sir: I kan Uaa aSwatiL h witb acnifula ia it, worat fc.ro, aaS re Lw raara' trial, aaS aa aamld of aaut m -.rl "Da. any butb twoaiy bars bora cunpleialy rarad m a few troraa J Wilfc what traliMfa of rriaf I wm caTaabk iaupari wboa yoa raaliio wbal I ban aafani u lo.. - " Sent modi anr bar I bam Sea Inm ika 1 mln aiaoaas ia sobm abauC At liaiea il aliactel a, naToa aaaa aw almost kliad, koaidra lbs aasMhmu, a Mhors S settled ia ibo aralpiif my baad.aka awnrngUT kair, and bas kr4 aw oartly bald all m, Jn,: mcL M came oat b ay fcaro, and kept it fc aa-aia, a r " Aaual aiao wseka aeo 1 asnanacad utia nti thanic I'illa. and now aui antiraly Iraa fnm Um owdaaL My oyos arc wall, asy akia is fair, and aiy ta aaaa alraady a aow ana. Hi-bu( Una auuojoot but a tlx -nm rf turn i inSm.li. that dull dn nj fa. Ml i " aoanawol of (tuiukm, Yoorv ir., w" MARIS linn. t bare kaowa tba aWra aamad Nana irm hat ckikloood, aad bar ataiein-tit i, MrKt-y ma. AiSIIHEH j. MUUVI, Orarwar of Ibo tNtrtaaaoatk tlanifatnnaa Ca Carr. JOEL rt ATT, ef tba ibia Manea, naa Bwlua.Hh Awil, 18M: M Your Pi 1 w liavo cand aw fhsa a ailmw atask oka amoa trom darancemant of tea Livar, -elnrk bad ansa, Try Mrinoa. liad failed of any nlwt ay a rlnaaa aad fhsa orory ramady I mold tiy ; bat a fc tmia yoar Pills bava completely reatond aw ta btahk I aaa f iToa Uieoa Id my rbildtea ax woraw, ab Um bat d. facta. They ra pmaiptly cnied. ' ininlil il. to a frioad tor cuaiivan., ohirk had UanUW ba w amaiba ; be kld aw in a law da,a tksr bad tana ba Voa awko Uw bast aatdkiaa ia ttw world ; aad I aa fca w any oo.- Kaad thia fnoa Uw dit4iffwiaKad Suliciaa af tba Baaaai Coan, wboaa brilliant akflitie ban auil, aa aa! mwum m, mm oaii n. uin m uw oaig uaona Buna .. "VfenM,SlJrwl,aat "Bit: i MYa trrai satiaiacuia la aaaui wa taa aayartf aad family have baaa rrr wnrb baawiad Want aaadKinoa. My wifa was curad. two ninaM, at a o nn aad danfansu ctfh, by yoar Unfair ramaa, ad silica tliea kaa n'jmd parlrct kaalik. My raibBa aav aaaeral times beaa cured fma altacka af u Ink. nxa and Croup by a. It is aa iaaaluaala ramri at thaaa cianplainu. Tuui CaTaaartc Piua ban laaia) cttted aio fwm a dyapaiwia and coaiiv aai , aims aa frown npon aw ac enow yeara, kanaad, amcb awira kMpuruat, trrma tin Kei thai 1 1 rt relwf from Ibo koet Pbyaicina wbnk Ian wtiaad Uw roualry afterda, aad fnoa any of Uw aaawnaa na diaa I kad takan. " Vmi atwta to aa, Porter, like a fawridaaiial banal In oar family, and Ttei awy wall eipnnwama anauBit ot h. loura raapei-tniiiy. JJ!AVITT Tll.tlTIl " Steele Ceaawar, Okie, Apti UK W. - Da J. C. Araa Honored Sir: i aa., aaaiiika on fh trial of the Cam. arte Pills, wA aia ay fiwana, nd hare beaa cured by I haw of Uw diced nit I hi aaa ader which be ksiad aia anfTrnaf. Tba ant ana Iwrad nw, and a few Muaartiiaui dosaa kaia wmsY raaaored Uw dieeaaa. I feel hi batuf baallb aa asa at arerw yeara before, which I aniibuw entirely la ua aaaa of your CamUBTic Piuj Yonra witb treat isenct, LLCR'a B. alETl ALf - The abm are all arsa paraoaa wba am puMnft kaaw where they reside, and who won Id ant aiaka then ana muu without a lauruaah eoaricuua test ibay aaa aw Prepared by EE. X C ATER 4 CO, frsetical aad Analytical CltemiiU, Lowtll, Itat SOLD BY Shrere k Macy, White Cloud, Kinsui Reed k Sturges, Iowa Toiut, " Jas. N. York, Doniphan, J. H. Maun k Co.. Brownrills, Nebraska! Peter, Frazer k Co., Orejron, Mu; Barnard, Adams k Co., St. Louis; Van Lear k Brittun, St Joseph; And by all Dru.Rists. july 2, 57, 1. Howard Association, Philadelpiie. IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT ! ! mO all persons afflicted with Seiaal Dierttei, A such as Spermatorrhoea, Seminal nese, Impotence, Gouorrho-a, Gleet, StuIb, tlie vice of Onanism, or Self Abuse, lft, H The Howard Association, in i af iwful destruction of human life, csosr ? Sexual diseases, and the deceptions P"rt'" upon the unfortunate victims of sueh du" by Quacks, have directed their Conanltin, 5B" geon, as a charitable act worthy of tlwir u gire Medical Adrice Gratis, to sll P'"" thus aOlctcd, who applv by letter, with i eription of their condition, (s?, habiU of life, Ac.) and ia css4S of sitija. poverty and suffering, to furnish Medicisrsf m of Charge. . . The Howard Association is a braoIrsl stitution, estaldished b special ''''"zZ the relief of the siek and distressed, J"" with Virulent and Epidemic Di-' has now a surplus of means, which tM i" , tors have voted to expend in I''r"! l! above notice. It is needless to sdd Ui AannriatioB commands the hichret ' skill of the age, and wiU furnish ths o"r proved modern treatment. Vaaa-t .Mkej k the Association, a f" on Spermatorrhoea, or Seminal Weakeeis. vice of Onanism, Masturbation or SAT, and other Diseases ef the YZZi, the rnenltine- Snrreos. which Will ' mail, (ia a aealed envelope.) Free ofCl on the receipt of two stamps tTKT Addre,Dr.GEO. R-CALHOCX.C ing Surgeon, Howard Assnatioa, W- Ninth. Street, Philadelphia, Fa- Byr- the Directors. . . .. . EZRA D. HARTWELL, F4a GEORGE FAIRCHILD, Sscrttsr?- Jane 4. "57, ly. mtr- IS PUBLISHED EVERY THCBSDAT, Bt anr aftrvvB vj:,., aad PrerHM'' WHITE CLOUD, KASSA3-TZKlI3-$2 per Ye&r, ia Advi-- . RATE3 OF ADVERTISIXG- I square, (10 lines or less.) one wssa. e Each additional insertion, 1 square, one year. jl Business Cards, of 5 lines or less, 1 yesr. Liberal deductions will be mads to twa advertise by the year. , . jiti The privileges of yearly advrtis7 confined exclusively to their own business. , .tils- Administrators', Executors', ment, Dissolution and Petition f"'"" :. u. announcing Candidates for Olnca, J vanee. ..... .vtti Displayed adverttsemeats wiu om an extra prlee. ' - ir rVtmniimleationa nfa nersonsl aatars licited ; but if admitted, they wiU b ' advertisements, at $2.00 per sqaare- AileertisementaeeeeiTed. not aiarasa , , specified number of Insertions. until ordered out. and charged aeeorl'ir All transient advertisemeats nastsap strictly in sdvanee. ' .araar Bills for advertising will he arefats ly, at the end of each quarter. rf Tbe above regulations will be ta '''R-et- idlvadhetto.anleiwivariedbysrc' rTJob Printing, ef every coniiy rniaa npomc, inai tooy ara aa iaTanaaa lira, ia caaoa of Siaardonat hioriMMH of UK kne kewlaroo, iwiipatioa, toaaioMaas, aaa tba arm' ef iiiiih thai a -How, Uwy an a aan, nnliZTLr' m. ta, rktlwZ Sl S. A. DEWEY ft CO., jaa. 91, la. Box 151, Philadelphia, Pa. ted ia the beat style, upoa soon aw