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Wasuinirton Union of thw morn
ZSon Public Expeod.tores. a article lh it eivM statistic purporting to C dr what the expenditures are, r ex! a eir . n.i .k.,ni in Conirrrsi. orient eI?..u1 ahont in Conffresi. onght, ".""i.ritr to begin at home. SSW-A there vrodU U lt impropw'J in legislator, exerci- iheir in wnnmT, excliiKivcly S,W7 pr of ,r olTn naJr " saral officer, mauy of whom aw "Line " "rdsh5P aaJ Pvt,,on,on Kfode. of the ocean, or the .lesol.- .ioaiof the plain. Tsne'-ests that if member are sincere .k, r parposo - . . "noB.j wH'e public m-lmioutrfition. it , i l. .k. Ut msmfcted if they com- !L it on their own department of the SUt; the of Co.n- lionl expenaimre piw. Sin department for the exercise of the rTeA1tion compared with those which 3 the legislation of the State,, pro ' 7mot atriking contrast. Ctn. Gut. n. VHiiff movement in Virginia. uammuir, reu. to. The Whig" movement in Virginia is ''"Jmaieai formidable on account of the f 'm ad Banter divisions, ana tue cn.ir icter ef the men tak ing .part in the Cpn notion, which was the largest bald aioce J840. AH the most prominent Old Line : Whiff participated. Cin. Gazette. . jf. A. C. DavU, of Wyandott.' has appointed by the Governor of Kan ' . nWer powers of a special .ict lately i,iiI I tlie Legislator, to represent itlut Territory a counsel for Dr. Doy and wo, alio were arrested some time since, 1 are sow imprisoned" at Platte City, Ma,' THE CHEAPEST AND BEST - NEWSPAPER, IS TUB LIMITED UNITED STATES JOURNAL. Xrw Yosx iLiorruTto U.vrrro States Joua-tur-ErraioaotiAaT AooxcEMtirr. Erery porchuerof i $1 bottle of tUe Arctic Liniment, ,rcrirc, at pr- Brag"' expense, the United Stile Jmrnal, of New York, Tor oue rear.- TV Jannix It Urge illustrated piper each umber containing 16 pig -. Ituufull v printed a e'ur white papr r, anj Silc4 with original mer from the mxt brilliant writer of the ctwntrr. Yuaeanb'iT the Arctic I.iuimontat any Drug flan. juue 3, 1858. 8. M. PETTENGILL & CO-'S ADVERTISING AGENCY, 119 JVttw ., JV. Y., and 10 Sa( St., notion. S. M. PETTENGILL & CO. arc the ngenU forth "Chief," and the most in8nrntil nnd UijMt cin:ulating Newspapers in the United Suit and the Canada. They are authorized to contract for n at onr lowest rates. ' J. S. TOST, Gener.il Newspaper, Adver ting inJ Subscription Agent, eeond storv, iwrth-wMt corner of Chestnut and Third Sts., St. Loui, it our authorized Agent in that city, and U empowered to eoutnet at our reeular ritea, and receipt for us. feb. 10, 59. Hannibal k St. Joseph Railroad. KEW ROUTE OPEJfFJI FOR THE EAST A!U SOUTH. ON and after MONDAY. FEBRUARY 2. this Rnad wilt be opened for business, Ihmojhnnt its entire length. F.issenger trains sill leave St. Joseph every morning, running through iu eleven hours, and making litre and j dew connection with Packet up and down the i Miwissippi Hirer, and all the Railroad Lines. Eut and South. A Line of Packet will run in eoRneetion with the Road, above St. Joseph, to th Bluffo, on the opening of navigation. Stage Lints connect at St. Jnaeph from all part of Kansas, Nebraska and Western Iowa. Trarl (nia Nebraska and Western Iowa ill find this th foietett, taiiett and cheapest routo to all fists en the Mississippi Rirer end East. Through tickets can be had at the office in St. Juwph, for neurit all rmrts of the country. JOSIAH HUNT, Superintendent. P. B. Got. Cen ral Ticket Agent. fch. 10,59-4m. . t- wtsrtra, x inn. WtllTtI, fTELI.C, JVw Jersey.) SEADT, I Sr. Unit. Wholesale Clothingr WEBSTER, MARSH &, CO.. SJ Main Street, St. loat, Mo., A receirin; from their Manufactorv, a IsrjeaiMl anlendid assortment of MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING, made np in the la J" tyle for the Spring Trade, and also a very f stock of Furnishing and Tike's Pcil Outfitting Goods. and prompt men are respectfully invited ll and eiamine our Stock. St.Lonii, Feb. 17, 1859. HOWARD ASSOCIATION, Philadelphia. B'wsol'at Inttitmtian cttmUMcd special dwmnt frr tkt Rtluf tftht SUk and Diitrenti. afRicttd srifi VuruUnt and Epidemic Diataatt. THff HOWARD ASSOCIATION, in view w swfu! destruction ol human life, caused JotMal diseases, and the deceptions practiced I10 th unfortunate victims of such diseases by wung Surgeon, as a Charitable Act worthy of aame, to open a Disnansarr for the treat- Korthis class ofd;seae. in all their form. " pre medieil idvice grali. to all who ap SL f "tUr' with description of their eondi uZ.S'; occnPtion, habiu of life, e.,) and cmTt- extr'ae povertv, to Fcxih Miw-o-fV or diaacf Ui needless to sdd iesl .v?noci,tioB command, the higheat Med amtlj4f &t ,nd I furnUh the most hrr,-modern treatment. Aamul a of th Afociabon, ia their r 'Port upon the treatment of Sexnal Jz:'' year endins; Janoarv 1st, 1858. hiekk ""rnestsatisfactioo with "the saeeess CeeoTl ttfnded labor of the Consulting V Weak Cur " Spenwatorrhcsa, Semi SrahihT JJ Ia,Potnce, Goiiorrfama. Gleet, T'ce of Onanism or sclf-abnse, ft aT. ? ' continuation of the same plan "1 j essaing year. .JIWora, on a review of the past, feel J"jt their labors in this sphere of bener rJ) awv been of great benefit to the ant J'J dvote thmselve. with renewed exsse. "'f7 mPrtaa and lanch despised iasl W ue RePrt 00 Spermatorrhoea, or "eakaess, the vice of Onanism, Mas- leiSt lf boM. and other dlseaaee of iH j, , oy the Comwlune; Sargeoa, ' eauto' by ttil ('a a sealed envelope,) rxrx re. o2Lp TP of, yj"! wraarr for post at taJ! feparta and Tract on the aator , saa"?"? f disease, dirt, fce., ar stioTrii ,?5 Pob,ued for gratuitous dlstri- '' ft s-- "m Bt to the afflicted. Some SiswtJtT 'fnodie and methods of treatment "4 during the last year, ar of great B7,;aa. . S South Ninth Mt- Phll.ri. ' f' Director. r-tWr HEiRTWELL. IWsfear. i KANSAS SUFFERERS! NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS. " - - WHEREAS, under the Provision of u act to protide for the Adjuitment and Payment of Claims." approved February 7tb, -.."v.a.iiiwT. iixi oocn amy appoint ed Commissioner "to audit ail claim f,.r tlie loss of property taken or destroved. awl dam age resulting therefiom, during the. disorder reinher lit. Ifi5fi ." TK. . . The uid -t tm,,( r... posiUon to all sccb claim. ; the pn rvfioB of! ... Hica iciimouy uo me accompaut ing Touch ers i and tltat duplicate copies be aade therof I"?!"" ' preenuug; each cbtimi iu a Unpble form to Uws ConKrer- of tl United States for payment, in connection with the ordi nance to accompany th Conilitutiou under which Karuas may apply for admifcion Ulo the Union. To the end that proper and united effort may be nude to obtain from Congress compensation " . r uie tosses ana damages sus tained by the cttutens of the Territory without distinction of party, notice is heiebv giren Uiat the nndersigued Commisiontrs afureaiid, will bold session, and receive and act upon claim and proofa under said act, according ti followic RULES AND REGULATIONS: "- 1. AH- person claiming the benefit of said ct, will do so, by sworn petition in writing, re citing in each case all the fact, circumstance, and dates upon which the claim U founded, and present the bills of items or other voucUer du ly authorised. - 2. All claims or amounts presented mnrt be supported by the fullest proof poaUble to be ob tained. The highest legal evidence available will be required. 3. AU property claimed f.r as t-tken or de stroyed, must be described with reasonable cer tainty, and the value thereof particularized and stated. at 11, a J ' - ..I' fccta w,U bo received as sufficient ,,,, f.cU ' Periodical Headache. orBuiVrletdachBiSoa evidepce... - 1 Fver. Neuralgia, Eheumatism, Gout, Blhtdnw. 5. Ia ense or the absence of material nilncss-. Toothache,-Earache, Catarrh. Asthma, Palp ta ts from the Territory, either Commissioner will, Painful Affections of tha Spleen, Hysterica, upon application, issu a suitable eoinmi?ia fur Coi'c' Pamlysts, and Painful Aaections of th the taking of necessarr testimony. ( . ftomach and Bowel, all of which, when arisinf c Ae-rtawill b ir'nint ntv.. .i---.- ' n this eaos. will b found to assume more or iJMmUJ,Mt'aP' rotennittsnt type. Thi"Aoca Ci remove, th.cauofthdergemento,cum ----- - - - . wiuuiimvtivr : ouicxier. . J - i 7. All application for Indtmuity or e'atms for ' tosses must oe maae anew to.tiie prencut Board wmioui ueiay 8. The Act annlies oalv to tha citizen of tl. Territory an! those who wre citizens at tho time the Ijmps and damage sought to be prov en, accrued. 9. The claims specified in the Act are those arising from the taking and def traction of prop, erty nof for tmieet or voluntary contribution. 10. Executors and Administrator have the right to claim on the biulf cf deceased per sons. - 11. The petitions anJ vctuclier can be filed with the Central Clerk. Caltb S. Pratt, Law rence, or with cither of the Commissioners. 12. Each petition and accompanying voucher, will be forthwith examined by the Coniiuiion crs, seTcrallj, for information, and then deliver ed to the Attorney for the Territorr. 13. Public ac-iio:ie of the Co'mmissioiier will be held at Leavenworth, Lawrence, 0.-a-wattamie, Tccumwli, and Fort s-cott, (and per haps other localities, where the interest of tl.e Territory or the convenience of parties mav re quire; at time hereafter to be designated.' 14. 1 he Commissioner desire as early in formation as possible of all claim ir.Und'td to lit preatnted. Such information, tirinc ihe names and residences of applicants and their witm-s.-Hs, may be communicated by letter to the central clerk or either of the Couimifsiunera. in advance of the filing of the petition. This is neccasnrt in order that the Boaid may be prepared as car-! lv as practicable to estimate the amount and lu- cality of the business to be lisxird of. ia. All petitions and applications will lie sub mitted to the Attorney on the paitof the Terri tory, (Judge McKay,) aa aoou as praclicible, for examination ; aud upon his snggeition par tics will be required to produce before the Board, in public session, such aitiu sses as he or either oi the Commissioner may desire to ex amine further. Parties will be dulr notified ol I the tinio and nlace when ootioitiiip tostimonr in any ol their claims will he roduced and heard. I lb. As a irenenil rui the ieioiial attendance : of witnesses whose testiinunv mar scconinaiiv petitions, will be required by (he Board at a pub lic session, fur public examination or crus-s ex amination, in relation to tue tact set lortb in such petitions. 17. Subpoenas will be issued, on application of parties, to compel the attendance oi aitiiesj cs claimants paring officers' fees for serving. 18. A final bearing may be had upon any pe tition at any public session, a here the claimant may be in attendance with his witnesses pro vided such petition shall have txen tiled tin days before such bearing is demanded ; but ten days my be waived by the Territorial Attorney or either two of the Commissioners. 19. Awards will be made as soon as practica ble after final he. ring. 23. The first fShblic session of the Board will be held at the Johnson House, in Lawrvncc, on the fir.t Monday of March next, and coutinue from day to day as lung as business inay present or rcuder advisable. 21. When petitions or accompanying alEda vite are sworn to by a Justice of the Peace, the County Clerk 'a certificate and aval should be attached. The Act above mentioned is broad ia iu pro visions, and designed to benefit, without di tinction of party, all bona fide citixens of the Territory who sustained losses wiihin the period specified. All such are requested to come for ward as Boon aa possible aud present just and honest statements of their losses, and anile their effort in accomplishing the object in view by enabling the undersigned to present a complete, full, fair and impartial statement of th loase and damage that hav been entailed upon the citixens of Kansas by the political and social questions devolved by Congress upon them for settlement. Dated Leavenworth City. K. T., Feb. 2159. . EDWARD HOOGLAND, HENRY J. ADAMS, 8. A. KINGMAN, Commissioners on Claims. P. S. Each newspaper in the Territory i re queued to publish the abor three times, and send bill to Board of Commissioners by 1st or July to be audited a copy of each paper con taining the adrertiaement to be sent to the Cen tral Clerk, Caleb S. Pratt, Lawrence. DISSOLUTION. Call nnd Settle! NOTICE Is hereby given, that the co-partnership heretofore existing between the undersigned, in the sawing business, under the firm of Maacks & Rnapp, was dissolved on the 12th of January, 1359, by mutual consent, Wm. Knapp withdrawing from the firm. AU persona indebted to said firm, either by note or account, are notified to call and settle the same, by the 1st of March next, or legal measures will be taken to effect that end. The firm have debt, which cannot be paid wiibont receiving that which is do them. All account most be set tled with Wm. H. Maock k Co., by whom th business will hereafter be carried on. WM. H. MAUCK, J. F. MACCK. G. C. MAUCK, Jan. 27, 59-5w. . WM. KNAPP. V. D. MARKHAM, ATTORNEY AT LAW S REAL ESTATE AGEXT, WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS, WILL praetioe ia all the Courts of Doni phan. Brown, and th adjoining Counties; pay taxes for non-residents, and buy and seU lands. Particular attention paid to collections ia Kansas, Nebraska, and North-West Missouri. OFFICE Olf MAIN STREET. . ian. 20, 59-tf. W. G. SARGENT, Attorney and ' Ccnnsfcllor at Law, '- NOTARY PUBLIC. And CosasaUsioaer for Haines Massa ehasetts, New York, Kentaeky, aad Missouri. ' - BROWN COUNTY. KANSAS.' - ... -h . .t . 1 iTroitUDet Adurea ttamun, niiui., orPadoma.Bn.waConnt,,Kansaa.I l Feveraiid .Ague,- 1" - from which mankind snflar one a tsnre earf f ia th iratem, faidnwd by the ponow ndaa ai vegetable decay. This exbalaboa is rrolTCtt by th action of aoiarkeat on wet aoil, and riae with tha watery vapor from it. WLUe th sua m below the horuon this vapor Kngeis mear the earth' m faee, and th Tiro is taken with it thnxurh the lungs into th blood. There it acts a aa imtatin; poison on the internal viscera aad excreting oriraae of the body. Th liver becomes torpid ana Isuia ta cut sot enly this vims, bat also the bile from tl biood. Both thenras and th bHe accomulzt fat the eireaiation, and produce violent eonatin tional disorder. - The spleen, th kidney, and th stomach sympathise with th bver, and feweomt disordered also. Finally, the instinct of mr or franism, aa if ia aa attempt to expel the ftoxioa Infusion, concentrate th whole blood of the body is the internal exeratorie to fore then to east (t oaL Th blood leares the surf see, and rash to th central organs with congestiv violence This ithCHiu. But m this nbrt it fail. Then th Fvsa follows, ia which th blood leaves the cen tral organs and rush to the sariace, as if in another effort to expel the irritating poison thrauril that other great excretory the akin. Ia tkia als it fail, and the system abandon th attempt exhausted, and waits for the icotiy of ueugta to repeat th hopeless effort another day. Torse are th flu or paroxysms of Favta. an Aotra. Such constitutional disorder will of eours under mine th health if it is not removed. W hav laborad to find, aad have found, aa antidote, Ayer's Ague Cure, which neutralises this saalarioas poison ia the blood, and stimulates th hrcr to expel it from the body. Aa it ahould, o it does car this afflicting disorder with perfect certainty. Aad it doe more, or rather does what is of mor serrie td too sub ject ta this infection. If taken ia season it expel it froaa th system as it i absorbed, and tha keep tho who aa it tre from, it attack; keeps tha. - th great variety of affection widen ar mduoed wnicb ar mduoed toe disease This it accomplishes by stimulatina tha acre tones to expel the virus from th system ; and these organs by degree become habited to do thia their o&oa of their own accord. Hene arises what we term accHmatation. Tim may accomplish th ' am end, but often life U not long enough, or is sacrificed ia th attempt, while this " AovaCvu" , it at once, and with eatery, we car great reason to oeuere uus is a surer aa weu as saier remedy for the whol class of disease which ar clby thl rnfstic Wectior- anyother which hu been discovered ; and it baa atiU another important adrantsgc to th public, which is, that it is cheap aa well as good. . Tam bt DR. J.' C, AYER & CO. LOWELL, MASS. ! Pwca Osa Dottaa rR BoTTLa. AyerV C&erry Pectoral has woa for itself sack a renown for th cor of every variety of Throat and Lung Complaint, that it Is entirely an necessary for a to recount th evidence of it virtues, wherever It baa been em ploTed. Aa it has loo been ia eoastaat waa throughout thia section, wc need not do more than assure Uie ptopl it quality ia kept ap to th. best it ever has been, and that it may be relied on to do for their relief all it has crer been found to do. Ayer's Cathartic Pills, FOB ALL THE PURPOSES OF A PUHGaTIrl KnCHt Fox Coenvimss ; Fox thb Cure op DTirxrsiA j Foa J atopics; Fox TBa Cuaa of Iksisbstiom ; Foa Haasacn; Fob th Crax op DnaxratT; Fob a Fodl Stomach ; Fob thb Cuxx op Extsitxlas; - Foa thb Pile ; Fob thb Cobb op Scbopdla ; Fob aix 6cKomors Cost plaikts ; Fob thb Coxa op Rhsthatisii ; Fob Diseases op Tax Skis ; Fob tub Cur op Lrrxa Cokpladtt ; Fob Dbopst ; Fob thb Curb op Tkttbb, Tcxobi axd Saxz Rhedm; Fob Worms ; Fob ts Curb op Qoct ; cob a DrnKZB ritti . Fob thb Cobb op Neuralgia ; Fob Fuxirrixo thb Blood. They are sugar-coated, so that the meat sana tive can take them pleasantly, aad being purely vegetable, no harm can aria beta their as In any quantity. . Pries 25 cent per Box 3 SoxsafbrSLOa . Great numbers of Clergymen, Physicians, States men, and eminent personaces, hav lent their names to certify the unparalleled usefulness of ths remedies, but our spare here will not permit the insertion of them. The Agents below named fur nish gratis our America Alma vac in which they are given ; with also full descriptions of the above complaint, and the treatment that ahould bs fol lowed for their car. Do not be put off by unprincipled dealers with other preparation they make mor profit on. Demand Atbb's, snd tak no other. Th ick want the best aid there i for them, and they ahould havait. AU our Remedies are for sale by THU FOLLOW lftU AGENTS: Slirere & Macyi White Cloud, Kansas. Dr. J. W. Reed, lowa Point. - . " McAllister t'Lett, Lafayette, . . ' A. J. Minier, Highland,' Peter & Nephler, Oregon, Mo. Zok & Baldwin, Forest City. B. irnard A Co.. St- Louis, wholesale. Van Lear, Hrittaia k Hardy, St. Joseph, do. And bv Ageuls in every town in the United Slates. " ' (feb. 17, 59-1 y. Caution. - A LL persons re hrrebv forbidden to cut any -fx timber on the White Cloud Town Tract, for firewood or other purpose, without first ob taining permission from the Managers. All persons who hare heretofore cut timber on Said Tract, are notified to come forward and make settlement for the same, on or before th 1st of March next. Those who have cut down green timber, will be charged three prices for the same. H. W. PETER, 1 J. H. UTT. V Manage. C. DORLAND, S White Cloud, February 17, 189-1. BLACKSMTIIING! THE undersigned is prepared to do all kinda of Blacksmithing in the beet style, prompt ly and at reasonable rates. Hs has recently re ceived a Large Stock of Iron aad Steel from SL Louis, and with hi increased facilities can furnish every kind of work done ta a Black smith's shop. His largely increasing patronage leads him to believe that he cannot be surpass ed la . boss iiD oz xHOxnroi T and for proof, h confidently refers ta th week already executed by him, fordtisensaf this aad adjoining Townships. Horse aad ot shoes, ia qnantitica, kept constantly on hand, aad custo mer may rely upon having their work don with the least possible delay. ' He has just erected an ox frame, and is bow ready to serve all who wish their oxca shod for the winter. Cwrage, Wagons, Sleigo, Plows, and all kinds of Agricultural and other Imple ments repaired, painted and ironed at short no tice, and in the best manner. He baa SCREW PLATES of ail sixes for right aad left Hand crews, and will execute all work of this kind neatly and satisfactorily." Irons furnished for building snd other purposes; and in short, with an amDl itock and tb beat of workman, the subscriber hold himself ready ta do all kinda of ; IROV WORK ' which may be called for by the people of Iowa and Jb adjoining TownshIp , J'; J ' . ; LIST OF.PRICES. , r,y Shoeing one bane new, steel toed snots, XI -BU Setting four shoes, a putting on steel toes, IM Settine four shoe. . V ' - Shoelar one voke of oxen new, -d-oO Setting old shoes on one yoke of oxen, Setting four tires on double wagon, . 300 3.00 AI.msi tas-sAfc ! ' rT tlosa TIVAr sitnwiv r. '' 1 . m , v J. ViUa7m DB. LUST'S - It aj.liajUiJLS, t- -- It TJ AVE girB rirfctie. to those who kar j a. - ed them. -Thvy are always aaf. aad' acrrr Tail to d good- Try the one, aad von will beUete a hat II Said 01 them I OVUAK, Fur the cure of Lung aad Throat diseases- Cowglt. Cold. Crenp, Weak Long. Hoaraa n. Sore Throat. Pain ia two Caatt. Whoop ing Cough. Aathaa.Braacaitia t Cnasanption. The best medicine 1 ever sold for the par- poe. , a. lajrewotni, Ureggiu' F.t-entiody here praise It. J: Ho a. It is Verv popiiar here. r j J ; Gtoacs Uoc, OraggUti I cannot sneak too highly of iL j Rev.W.AI.Oaoa.' Fr the rapid rwr of every Llad of iore or Weak Eyes Dimnes of sight. Granulations of the lid. 4.C. .... . y OLD SORES oferery kind areaftea cared ta a very short time, and in a most remaraanie manner Ul cers, Scrofuloua Sores, Fever Sore. Cancers, I never s-tw such a medicine. Itearwsererv time. ' , " " S. J. Rotde. ' It cured my eyes without pain, and la a very short time. Cap. J. B. IIau -1 was nearly blind foar year, and waa cured by thU Salve. " Dr. II. PmLO. Thisisremarkablr. nevashUndovarayear, and is now quite ell. r Bev. W, R. Kirnix. ANTI-BILIOl', OR LITER PILLS Just the tWng when a1 physic is needed. Lives CostFLaurre yield often to a injrl box. - ' "f;"""- " Blood, Headache, Coativenesw, Eonr Stomach, Fevers, Uumb Ague, boil, tc , , . The best physic pills I ever used. J ' Da. Wixuaxs. , One box cured me. of Lirrr Complaial.H ; . Y Ker. C. BorxxTS. Certainly a mperior article. . . . . . JJev. M. Ktcaaaneox. Till! LADIES' FRIEXD, . I a safe aud reliable Medicine for the cure of Disease hectiliar to Female Whites, Trre"U lariti, Obtnirted or Painful Menses, Turn of Life, Bear-ag-Dowsj, or rrolapauj.. Excellent befbru confinement. Those who are weak ami feeble after childbirth, will be gresttv benefitted by their use. : . f.i. ..,l.. .i ..,. i ' n,"'""er P' "cakne and gtv tound deep, ! , T1t ar ttfo' Tr-T tJ"ra d , lL"k M for offerm- them to yea. . . . t ; FEvr.lt CURE PILLS. ' ' :l J These rouse the Liver, cleanse the system j from bilious matters, aud certainly cure Ague, I Chill Fever, and BUiou Fever; relieving Dys pepsia, Loan of Appetite, aad Ueneral Debility. They cure every case. Cou KitHXirrxa." I never kuew them to fail. J.kJ. W. Chasc We think they can't be beat. Rev. R. C. Caxxt.' Alws vs core, and uo miit.-.ke. B-1-'. Valt Gregory' In tant Care of Pain. Sure enre for Cholera, Cholera Morbus. Diar- r-lirp- Thf rltMniHt anil bMI 'mtlv mlif.!t,. Tills we can prove by what others say about it. H.r their teTtimonr. then ind foe onr.lf. I.vsTA.vv Ccat op Pai is the best medicine I ever sold. Geo. R. Thxuas, Druggist. Rhccmatism it al war cures. A. J. IIijima.v. DvsrcrsiA, it cured one of the worst cases I ever saw. D. Wallack. Sick Hbaoaciik cured in fifteen minutes. Smith H. Torrxa- ! Cholesa Mosses, Caoixaa, cared by the I hundred every year. Dr. Jxass Hivcocx. I In VoMmxa and I oaoi.yo it work like a ! charm. ' Docia Bakchoxn. DuaaiKXA 'top almost instantly, when nsed. ' A case of Rnara itism, of forty years' stand ! iup. cured. C. Vwcest, Agent. It cure every thing. Dyentery, Ileadache, i Toothache, Backache. Colds, Chilblains, Rheu matism, Sprains and Pain. It is everybody' medicine. Z. Va Dtrazra. Agent. Ciioleba Moast-s, a very bad Cue relieved in fifteen minutes. Labsbxcc Ravcmsel. ! Weaknass, loss of appetite from fevers, or ! other causes. It will set you right in a few davs. Put a little of it into the water you drink, and it will prevent the water from hurting yoo. This certiGe that I hare ned in my family Dr. Lunt' Fever Cure Fills," and " Instant Cure of Pain," with success, and believe them to be invaluable medicine in every family. C. Gbaham, Pastor ef M. E. Church. White Cloud, September 38, 1 858. I am satisfied of the tratb of the above cer tificate. H. N. SBAvea. For Sale bv . C. F. J XT-fine. White Ctoud, Kansas. J. W. Ksxo. Iowa Point, T. Stevxjisom, Highland, ' sept. 16,58-3m. . NOTICE. ADDRESS eommunicationa eoncerniog the basineasof th WbiU Cloud City Compa ny, or making inquiries with ragAid to the same, to the undersimed. - - june 3, 58, tf. V. D. MARKHAM. THOS. A. OSBORN. Attornej and Coansellor at Law, AUD EEAL ESTATE AQE5T, EXWOOD, KAN3AS, W1 ILL practice in the several Courts in Kansas, Investigate Titles, make Collec tion, attend to Conveyancing, boy and sell Land, make investment, ke.' N. B. Particular attention paid to contested Pre emptio cases. may 37, 58, 6m. C. F. JCXmCS k BROTHER, Forwarding and Commission Merchants, 1 WHITE CLOUD; KANSAS. New &oods! ARE receiving aad opening a large aad com plete stock of ' DRY GOODS, , GROCERIES, HARDWARE, QOEENSWARE," " ' 1 SADDLERY, t - ' CLOTHING, - ; HATS CAP?, - BOOTS k SHOES. : PAINTS OILS.' - PATENT MEDICINES, DOORS k BASH, i FURNITURE, DRUGS. c. c Wbich tber are prepared to sell at th lowet gur, for Cart. - MrtTOT.1, V. r. m s&uiiik' aug. S, 58, tf. ' . . HULLS I MILTS 1 1 Millers ail Faraers, Take Kotice! THE aaderrigned. having sasd arrange menu with tha beat bowses ia St. Louis, Cincinnati and Chicago. Is ntrw prepared ta far Irish all kinds of Steam Milts and Mill Machine ry af the most approeed plan, at th shortest aotice, aad will taraiaa at aa pncea sw as liberal terms asaav Agent oe Foundry ia the Western country. Will also fWraiak Reap ers, aad Mowing aad Threshing Maebiaaa. Th da!gBesl, kesBiT a araflsieal Eagiaeer, will sat ap aad wamat n works furnished by kim. H ea si all times be found at White Cloud, JUaaaa, or Oregon, Qg, r'f'i REFER TO 1 , a F.'Jenoinxs. Whit dead, Kansas- . V I B. F. Raffo- At Co. Peter. Fraaer A Ces, Orga. Ma. ; Liken k Boyd, St. Joaepa. Ua. -I. A E. Greeawald. Cineisssstl, O. -Howard k Hlwebssas, St. Lmt, M. J sUngahnsd Fsjtwsxm. ' " -man,H,K- : " '. WHOLESAI JS & RETAIL! STEAM . FKRRY AT WHITE CLOU VI A - LARGE, new aad excellent ,15 -V Steam Fetrv Boat aaa teea a placed ia the Miasoart River, at While Cioad, which will be ran la all kinds f weather, when thcrirer I open, a oftea a mat b required, oa week davs; and on Sandavs. four times, vit: betweea the hour f a4 lit o'clock. A. 5t aad the boar of 4 aad 5 o'clock. P. M. Thi' place is the urminos of the Stat Road Iron rx. lie .noines, lowa; there Is sa excel lent road leading to Forest City and Oregoa, Bio.; and good roads leading Intel too back country of Kansas aad Nebraska, to which Wkita'Cload ia at least aix mile aearrr than any other river town. This Boat 1 one of th bt ia the river, and Is manned by an experien ced Engineer nd Pilot, and a sober, aotlr aad paartaal set of aaads. Persoaswishiar to bar thennelves, their stock, lumber, or freight of any kind transported across the rirer, will Bad White Cloud the plac for them to be accommo dated la the best manner, with the least possi ble delay Oa either shot. Ferrving done at reduced rates. jona'lO. -S8.tr. a. 1. SLLISOW. Jam . lasik. ALLISON k LANE, ; ATTORXEYS AT LAW. WILL practice in all th Court ia North era Kansas, and lu TlIE LAXD OFFICE AT KICK A POO. 17 Collections attended to in Kansas, Nor thern Missouri, aad WnUrn Iowa. . . OFFICE IN Tr7f Doiipiia Coaaty, Eiasas. aur. 19, 68, 8m. Choice Land for Sale: OEVERAL tract of valuabl Land, In the O vicinity, of White Cloud, are offered for sale on reasonable term. Th land is ol the vTT best auilitv. convenient la the river and to timber, and would be a profitable investment to persons desiring to engage in the farming easiness. Also.annmberof choice Lou ia White Cloud. For particulars, inquire of the undersigned , at White Cloud, Kansas, an-. 2S, 59. tf. V. D. MARKHAM. EVERYBODY WANTS IT. "DLANCUARD'S New Sheet Map of Mi- XJ court and Kansas. 100 Agents can find profitable employment selling It. For terms, address RUFU3 BLANCHARD, S3 LaSallc Street, Chicago. 111. Newspaper copying the above, shall hare a copy of the Map sent by mail, pre paid. B. K. RUFF..ER L CO.. WHOLESALE AND RKTAIJ., DUY GOODS AND CittOCEBIES, Forwarding' & Commission merchants, WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS. For the Fall and Winter Trade! WE tut great pleasure in announcing to our friends and customers, that we have received our Fall and Winter stock of Dry Goods and Groceries, "Hardvrare, Queensware, Coots and Shoes, Hats aud Caps, Ready Made Clothing, Furniture, Sash and Doors. Plastering Hair. Patent Medicines, and a variety of other articles, too numerous to mention. We are offering 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 Goods. B. F. RUFFNER Ic CO. Whit Claud. October 23. 1S58. tf. Hark Ye! Hark Ye! STONE MASONRY. rriHE subscriber, being n xperieneed Stone A Mason, and having located at White Clood, take thi 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 ha had much experience, and flatters himself that lie can turn out jobs inferior to no other mechanic in the Territory. Orders are respectfully solicited. Jan 10, 53. tf. O. C. WHITNEY. H. w. rsrria. j. h. riaxcx. DEALERS IN DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, Boots, Shoes, slats, Caps, Basnets, QUEENSWARE, IRON, NAILS, CUTLERY, DRUGS ANII PATENT MEDICINF1S, OREGOX, MISSOURI. june 10.58, ly. ZOOK & BALDWIN. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in DRUGS, MEDICINES, PHNTST0ILS, DYE STUFFS, Rne Teas, Cisars, Tobacco, Perfumeries, 2? JL1TCT A72Cil3. 370., FOREST CITY, MO. June 4, '57, tf. "THE ECLECTIC CULIEGS 0? MEDICLNE, CINCINNATI, OHIO. THE SPRING SESSION of 1859, will comment oa the 9th of February, and continue sixteen weeks., A full and thorough course of Lecture will be given, occupying ix or levea hour daily, with good opportnnitie for atten tion ta practical Anatomy, and with ample Clin ical factlue at the Commercial Hospital. Th arrangement of the chair will be a 11-; lows.- . T. E- St. JOUN, !I. D., Prafcuar af A tarn f and Piftialajf. J.T. JUDGE, X D., , . Proftttar af Cktmittra and Tkamaca. A. J. HOWE, M. D., Profetatr tfSarjerf. ' C. IT. CLETELAND, . D., ' Profttaar af Materia Mtdica and Therapeutic. WM. SHERWOOD, M. D-, j Praftttaraf Medical Practice and Paikatojw. ' J. R. BUCHANAN, M. Dt 0 nr .i r...L..l pImUm. and " Z , JZ:-. ' " --- i JOHN KING, n. V., Profeatar af Otatanc an inttaataaj itsaarai and UuiiTt. j The T.rmfor the Sesioa will be the sama a heretofore, viz: Matriculation. tiflO. Ta-i ition, $mj00. Demoostralort Ticket, ( Every Student mreqnirea to ewgaga in oiseee-. tion one sessinn before graduation.) Graduation, j. t25,60. Tiektt tnimercial Hospital, iop-, nonai; ... Th Lector-Kooro ar newiy aninea,a. and enmrbrtable. aad in a central toeahty, fin Collega Hall, Walnut Street.) where studeats will nod it coareairnt to call oa Ihetr rri'. Tickets for th' session may be obtainM or theDeaatt Facuttf, at his office. No. 113? Smits) Street, wr at rroi. v. n. kuiwihiiipTgcai atca, unci an icssrrr ?wre in j Sacrttan at ta PaotHa. Na. 1 W Serentk St-, t Oregon, Holt County. Missouri, wkeira he will i near Elas- JOHN KING, M- U-,iVv. July IS. 1S53-1.V. Tte College Jonnul of Medieal Science. A Hocthlv Martxin af 8 a, aoadarted V. by th Faculty of th Edeetie CoJlere of Medicine, is pabnahad at On uouar a I ear, satyabl m advance. Tb volom. ef th. Jour nsl rnssmssinn wi th tb Tlrar Coammafation km ubeeription, or for spadsnaa asmjbes,sboaJd ha sTtractad lis ' . ' , ' - Dr. C. H- CLE A VELASD. Publlsbar, . j -. - t ua Sereatk street, Clacrntjati, O. July lS,l-ly. - - B&IGC'S ARCTIC U XI 111 XT. rpHIS incomparable Li aivnt,apowkich the A- great mass of tb atBietad of all land now rely for relief from tb pang of Eheesaatism. Newralgi. Goat. Erysipelas, Cancer, Scrofula, opraina, Barn, scalds, aad all eutaaeaas aiaea tea, n rapidly saparseJiag all similar prepara tions. Oae DoUle Triasaphaat I Mr. Moffitt.Nj Si5 Marran street. St. Louis. bavinr suffered tit threat rears with ftheasaa tism, ami tried nttnv preparations without effect. I was cored by oae fifty cent botu of Arctic Lis MflH. I The Docroaa Coci.dw't Cou Hist. Mcxn. Licia. Ma.. jLnni XJ. ipsa. Bragg k Burrowes Oentlmen: I havsaffer ed from Salt Eheua for six years. I hav been sorely afflicted, sav fao. aye, and ears were covered with sore 'from the' 8 alt Rheum, and my buds wet so bad. that I feared I ihoald lose tha aa ef the a; my finger nail cam olf. and my bands vera on mass of ore when I commenced using Bragg Arctic Unteent. and by the use of flr small bottles, I was atir!v eared, near nails bar grown oa ary fingers. sn3 I am now entirely free frost all sores or aa v rel ic of Salt Rheam. Previous ta sning the Arctic Liniment. I had been ander the treatmmt of several of th most eminent physician la thi eity, aad I aever re ceived anv benefit from their" treatment. G.W. HAYDON. Befchef k Bro.'s Sugar Refinery. Aa Explosion. Mianus, Txxi.. Nov. S3. 1157. I kereby certify, that having been badly bruised and scalded by the etnlrnion of a Sieam Boiler, a friend Induced m to try Bragg Are tic Liniment. The smart was instantly eatntc ted torn the icalds. and in a very short time,' all the pain w gone from the bruises.' In two weeks I was well, and shle to reume tnv busi ness. HENRY HAVERHILL. Residence. Jackson st. (ioo4 fur Aaimnls. ThU invkloAble Liniment ia also equally tS eacions in curing the diseases of animal, a wit ness the following certificate: Messrs. J. k A. Arnot, and Lynch. Arnot k Ci.. keep tb two largest Lirery Suibles In the West, snd are gen erally known thoughnnt the United States: sr. Loots, uec. vj, iro. We, the nnJerugned. having nsed Ur. Bragg Arctic Liniment fora number of month, cheer fully testifr M its saperior efllcscy In earing the diseases of horse; sn well are ire sntlsCed of the Aretic beinc the bt Liniment made, that wc would esc no other. We keep and have kept for a number of rears, exttnir livery ttnblei in this eity, and ooeuently our experience ' aoous nones aau toeir iiieascs in sreai. ,nu " w unhesitatingly sav, thtt the Arctic Liniment is the onlv oue we have ever found alwav ef.ee tire. We cordiallv recommend it to all uverv .... . . . . . Stable keepers, and other harlng the care ot horses. J. A A. ARNOT, LYNCH. ARNOT A CO.. Cheanut street. CaCTio. Manv Druggists, having old Lini ments on hand, will try to sell them to yon a the bet, but do you pos'tively refuse to pur chase them. Ait for "Bragg'a ArctieXini ment," and take no other. Liir.aiL. Faorosrio.v. Tlie proprietor agree ' to furnish each purchaser of a dollar bottle, with I a free subscription to the United State Journal, for one year. This is one of the best New York illustrated paper. A certificate, entitling the holder to the benefit of this proposition. I en closed in th wrapper around every bottle. The Arctic Liniment ia put up in 35 cent, SO cent, and 1 bottle. The SO cent and $1 bottle con tain SO and 100 per cent, more Liniment in pro portion to their eot. and are the eheartet. For ale by BH AGO k BtjRROWES, Sole Proprietors, St. Louis, Missouri. IT For sal in St. Joseph, by Van Lear, Brit tain k Hardv. Starling, Loving k McDonald, and W. R. Peniok. 01.0 BT Shrare k Micy, White Cloud, Kansas; Reed k Stnrge. Iowa Point, James N. York. Doniphsn. ' J. H. Maun k Co., Brownville. Nebraska; Peter, Fraier k Co.. Oregon, Mo.; Barnard, A'iams k Co., St. Louis; And bv all Druggist. june 3, 1853. lr. WILLIAM MAQUILKEN, House, Sign, and Ornamental Painter, LAZIER. PAPER DANGER, &C, WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS, TS prepared to execute all work of the abov ! kind, in a superior manner. Having had ! thirty-five years experience, he flatters lume!f that his work will compare favorably with that of any other person West of the Missouri Rirer. Will also attend to putting on Fire and Wa ter Proof and Gravel Roofing having had much experience in business of this character. juiy a, 7, tr. I TIMBER LAND. And Iatertst la Steam Sav For Sale! Will, I OFFER for sale one-fourth interest iu the Steam Saw Mill of Ulsh A Thrailkill. oa Rush Island, two and a half miles bc!w White Cloud. The mill is nearly new, i in god or der, and 1 on of the best in the country, with an extensive run of custom. Alio, will sell with the mill, fertv-fire 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 woed-vard and excellent (team boat landing, which renders it unusually desir able. I offer the land and interest in mill for $1200. I want 1300 cash, bv tha 1st of April. 1&3. Th balance I will tike, if preferable to the purchaser, in rood prairie land within six miles of White Cloud or Iowa Point. If o'ne-fonrth of the mill is not sufficient to occupy the time of the purchaser, I will rent him another fourth, on reasonable terms, and take pay in lumber or 1 sawing. Call on the subscriber, en tha premises. dee.2,53-tt. , HENRY Ul.SII. TO THE SQUATTER STORE, T v irnrrr i"r rrr i "XTfUERE the subscriber ha just reeeired a v" new nnd fresh rcpplr of Fall and Winter! Goods, eoasisting of Drr Cos)t!. Crorrrles. Prarlsloas. i Haxdwu'e, ftaeeanrare, QlAirrt.re, TINWARE. WOODENWARE, Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes. GLOVFS AND HOSIERY, Carpenters' Tools, rsmonlsre' Trnk . !.... . ? . ;V1 " " " or ,.r j C"" " ,0W M a P:,re:' ihl upper coumry. . ri. j wmta wiona, rvansa. .ev- 4. i?ao. tr. j lai niut nj3x.i', inrwuicn sue V " H w r r'nADrv 1 'a .r 4,t;. ' ' -.--7vI-v;r, x lT-,. . j s f rV - - , r; ' w w vtv' nnsrv . jone 3. y, tf. W. H. VAN PORE. ( GEDRRF p. LUCKHARDT. Watchmaker, and Dealer in WATCHES. CLOCK & JEWELRY, 1 - OREGOX, HOLT CO.. MO.. TlAKES tb libart to inform theeitizeM of' A. White Cloud and vicinttv, that be baa aeep coaitaauy on nana, aaa tor sale, a good ' assortment of Gold and Siler Watcbea. Clocks and Jwlry, which h will anU extremely low ' for Cask. Also, a fin lot af Violins. Acenrda- ons. Silver sad Plated Spectacle, Gold Pas. with Gold and SQtst Extension Cass. Silver Thimbl, kc, Ac H i prepared to repair Watch, Clocks aad Jewelry af ovary deeeri ption, ta the bast saanaer, and am the ssoat rsoahle tarns. Erary article bought ia bis establishment, 1 warranted ta be what they ar represented ta be. Watch rerairtng warranted for wi year. jnne , ST, tf. I i TS ---' XJ - -' ' ! HisVea before the pubUo for asora fVaa M year, and is dsrrdly popalar. From ?. C Dillsy k CirorMor, Sifkewf, K. T-, Oct. IS. 18S6. ' W tk great pleasure ia being able ta ay that w have sold your Oargliag Oil aser laaa tsa year, and bar never heard a eailaiat from a purchatef. 1 FreaiS. Sraytoa. Lnwv'ill. Wis.. Apr- iVIt. I hwe oavered with several of sav aiik- bora.wVi av 'Thy ar aeqsalatad with yar OarfCng Oil, Htring rreqaaatly ased It sW both M,a aad Btt." aud speak very bigkly of it earativ qaaUtie. and exprasa a wisk that It might b left for sal la this plae. From M.-ssr. S. L. Jaokso k C.. Soatk Gib on.Tena.. April 17, ISM. - Th Oil tak Uk be take la Ui aoaatry W will mos have ta eedac aacttka kttvla s. der to get It her Is Urn. From J. M. Irwin k Co.. Saliaevill, Okiw, MarokSJ. I9J8. W hav sold th last bottl at tk OmtHC Oil. SaI are rapid now. tbongk it was sessa time before we got it started. It Is entirely the bt article we bare vr (old. It baa per formed treat man cures, when all other J- I dieine failed to do any good.- Caatinn to Purchaser. Th onlv genuine has (!. W. Mtrskaat. Ickport, N. Y.. blown n each bottle, aad al so ha h signature over the cork. XT Pamphlets rratuilously farebaad by agents, with Testimonials of it utility. , All order addressed to th MERCHANT'S GAUOLING" OIL CO.. Lock port, N. T ! 17" For sal bv Druristt and MvreTaaata ! generally, through th UniUd Sute. Britkk 1 Lf .u...a.ss an.l ilk AilnlM SS Bat! SB W .v.. , ! Shskv k Macv, Whit Cload. Rbed k SrsaaE. lowa Point' Prrxa. Finn k Co., Oregon, Me. f Jo.ve k Co., Mound City, M. .' AnJ bv on or more agent ia vry testa ia the vicinity. Whol sale at all large eosssaer eial towns' sept. 3l, SI, ly, 1,000 Asms wismi' : TO SELL BY SUBSCRIPTION,, DR. ARNOLD'S Lectures a Anatomy, Phytialagy, Mfytin aad Diltate it Cautt, Prtantian i Car. . WRITTEN in a familiar style, designed tat th general reader. Highly illatratc with excellent wood cats, by th very best AtV isu in th west. ' Thi Is a book gotten op with greet ear aad expense, and is made so simple and oompraksa iv thatcvery on thatread it eaaeOKprebeadit. It contains a great variety of th ssoat valua ble receipts for almost every disease that Baa kind is subject to ; containing over 400 krrgelS mo. page, and bound in embossed maalia.gill back. Retail nric 11.50. A samo) eoev will lje ent by mail to any part of tb United Stat, on receipt or toe retail price, also a ran nn r my publication. Address H. M. RULLISON, Queen City Publishing House, 141 Mala street, Cincinnati. Ohio ; or. if living East, D. RUL LISON, Philadelphia. P. S. Editor giving this advertwesaeat tbre or more luaortion. including this aotle. aa4 mailing me conies of paper marked, eoatalaiaa; the same, shall have a copy mailed to their ad dress, pre-paid. nov!8, Si. R. H- GRAVES. PHYSICIAff A5D tT2QZ0X, HIAWATHA. BROWN CO., KANSAS, OFFERS hi professional services ta tk risk and afflicted who may raquir thesa. Ha ring had a practice of thirteea years la th Wes tern country, b flatter himsalf that ba la taa oughly qualified in th modification af dlisua in this climate. assy C, SI, ly. Extensive Machine Estibllsiaoat, St. Louis, Mo. EDWARD BOYLE. : . WILL sU all kind ef Machinery, sab as Endne, Saw and Grist Mills, aad Iteaam Boiler of ail shape and forms, as low as they can he got in the West. I warrant all 1 sail ta be ef the best m vterial aad workmanship. I bar also oa hand a first rata lot of SECOND HAND BOILERS. . wblsh I will aell at a vary low Agar. AO per-. sons in need of anything ia th way af Machine ry, will plea give as a call before parehaeiag lsewbere, as they will Sad it to their adraa tag. Mr establishment I at tb Mraar af Main sn I Chorry Street. St, Loais, Me. april 2a, S9, 6a. EDWARD BO TLX. r. c. subxtc, m. . at, t. aaar. SHREVE & MACY. , DRUGGISTS WHITE CLOUD. KANSAS." IT Dr. Shrve attend to th eraeti. f K dicineand Surgery. He stay be sooad) at ska Drug Store. fob. 4. M. tf. HHE undersigned bar fbraed a -yrtar - hij, under tlie firm of LIKFNi dk BOYD, As Osasral Land sad leal Xstata Afaatsy ST. JOSEPH, MO-. and will give pmapt attentio ta a3 usl aeary branch of boainess pertaining to Real Ertata Agencies racN as the Entry of Land, ra any of tb Nortb-Watr Bute aad Territories, either bv Lead Wsmats ar by Moaoy. W anil also attend to th parchas sMsais) oT improved Real Estate. Town Lata, wa Lata, A. LAND WARRANTS BOUGHT AND SOLD. Reo.lu.aee. by UrM WsrraaU, a ckaaga 0B m9 of th prineioal dtte. ay all Kiel JOHN H. LIKEN', - JOHN W. SOYtS rrrBENPM Hoa. Wm. Hambiotoa. ef MarrUait Wm. M. Manhall. Esq., at Hararstawa sUal. Maryland? Henry M. Brant, EqCasbirtTJlyaWak l virpma; C4ta Moorf E.t Caskiar af Ttlley leak. ICharlowB,Tirelntj D. Burkbart. Cashier of Bank af WkIy, j . iryiaia; Allen C. Hamisyvad. X. D- SrkI Z4 ircau; .... ltseit m i stunn. aaitiBsor., aia.1 Jomak Le k C., Bankers, Baltmeea Brora" k Johnston. Bankers. Tiekshwrxk. .liSTippi; Coddv. Brown A Co., New Orleans'; : Jack Brask, Lomsrul. Ev.; Aadrow Hunter, Eeav, Ckariestwwa. Va-t . Jeasa D. SllnglasT. Presidftnt af CesassereiaL A r arm era' Bask. Balu'mora: W. Botlmaa, General 8aperiateBIat Balks' tnnr aad Ohio Railroad; Forsyth k Baker, WhaaSng, Va. -A . Be la M. Hughes, gt. JaMpa, Mav; - Silas Woodaoa, '. Reuben Middletnn. . ; . E, B. Webb, Carmi, TTL: A. T. 'tewart k Co., New Yerk ; ': ' " Ge. Dater A Sloan, . ' ; ene '3.. 57, tf ' ti rxvT-irvj 9iL -----.. . I t 11 Be. ii UVi ! fcrvr, w---,vr i te ii -rtV v.