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iea. of f1 rlV election in hit district, a -, v,. lwhanan. Thi to another ex- "?rinMt o the President Jort Dn n.emt letter. rrTbe Gallatin (Tens.) Examiner notices which sppeared In Gallatin a few jt vU ( man named Horn, who hat " . . nr:i. rnnntv. ton or twelve Bring in r,.. onwards of forty years. ilei abore - - - - !L, had never before seen a town. He took. I above Uauaun, ' J ' i(Mti. Mill a v!nt to tot tithe nouses ' fc railroad depot, law the iron hone, and waa tlr pleaaed- rrTbe Ne York Tine, referring to the f-t nuiter General' operations, says, "he neat the part JW, in reducing to practice a Icktme of orerlaiid mail carriage, which hu novel advantage of costing, for the trans alKioa of a lingle letter from St. Louis to San JWixo, &5, the actual pay to the Depart mral fc, the feat being three cents!" rj in beautiful illustraUon of the equity and aiBuit; rf toe fugitive slave law, a father ia jauritootd in Washington harboring kit own The father is a free negro, the mother a ilare ; and the child came home from a dis lut pari of the city to tee hi father, remaining pe or three days. For the abetter and food tireo, the father now liei In jail! - . rr In Marseilles, France, one hundred elec tric elocki hire been placed In various parte of t city sod ia the street lamps, so that the kan suy be known from theia by night as well tf dir. Such clocks hare been oa the .street lamps in the city of Ghent, Belgium, for many yeart. IT There is a gentleman in New Orleans, a erchant and a planter, and, we regret to add, a bacnelor, whose income this year will reach tltt bindrome gam of fire handred thousand dollan, who, twenty -four years ago, was a clerk its s salary of fifty dollars a month. 17 The trip can now be made from St. Louis to St. Joseph tie the North Missouri, and Han nibal t St. Joseph Railroad, in twenty-four hoar. The trip ean aim be made in the same tine bi way of the last mentioned road to Han nibal, ana thence by packet to St. Louis. 17 The Mcmjibis papers announce the death, in the station bouse in that city, of Robert Com pemy, formerly a wealthy merchant oif Nash ville. It is said that he lost $S5,000 in a single aJventarc in com, during the prevalence of a famine in Ireland. t? The Salem Register says that daring the late cold spell the earth and the iee cracked frequently with a load report, and in one in stauce. a Urge linden tree on Oliver street was sjlit from the roots to the top of the trunk, with an explosion like a piece of orduanee. ETTiic Toner able Humboldt, noUrkiistaading his veil known intimacy with the king of Prus sia, appeared at the polls of the late election in Berlin, and cast his rote for the candidates of the liberal party, who have always claimed him ss one of their number. CT Mr. Douglas nut hare arrived at Wash ington in a singular costume. The States says he was "looking fresh as the morning, and firm ai a pillar of iron, with his brow wreathed with the triumph of re-election." ST The city of Mobile haa been the immedi ate witness of a peculiar spectacle. It haa seen the most noted pirate of the day, Mr. William Walker, received into the Catholic Church. The piety of a pirate will be a new feature. tr In the U. S. Senate on the 21st, the Vice Fratident and Mr. Green, of Missouri, present ed netnorials from the citizens of St. Louis, prajing for an assay office to be located there, which was refused. IT A telegraphic despatch states that the California Legislature, by a vote of fifty to one, had adopted a resolution requesting U. S. Sen ator Bmderick to resign. CT The Territorial Legislature of New Mex lot has passed a very stringent bill providing for the protection of property in slaves in that lemtory. . IT The Grand Jary, at Savannah, Ga., on tile ', found true bills against Selvas and Mares, eMBi-nees, and Capt, Capiueras, with fitting oat the bark Angelica for the slave trade. IT Nicaragua has ratified the Cass-Yrissara reaty. in which the right of transit to Ameri cans, oo any route in that Department, is se enml. tT K terrible accioVnt is said to have occtir l at Tike's Peak recently. A party who had R"e np on the mountain slipped and fell off of the reak,, running the "Pike" through them! trThe Democratic raucas at Washington, Saturday, advocated a return to five cent post-je- Favoring such a measure ia caucus and betl, th people are two different things. E'By the apathy of the Free State men, the fc'e-driiing Dmocracy carried Wyandot by a Wall majority, at its late charter election. The ArP" is jfbilant aver the aacapectej neat. 17 It is rumored at Washington, that Buch- is thinkinv at n.t;n. n c r:t t of the U. S. Supreme Court, ia place wf wno uika of resigning. CNCr. Green, ol Mo., from the Senate Cora atiUaaea Tafriteriee, reported a bill, oa the 8th ft, for tht organization of Jeffcrton Territory. 17 Dickent i t.:. , . He may as well make op his mind to ditcmunt a ' "n et tis "American Notes." -, D" It is announced that the Hon. Humphrey f Kentucky, has declared bis inten s ot to be a candidate for re-election. CfThn r ... ... j iinjr oi micaigaa naa veweu . . 11 PT'"C a woman 640 acres of land for ronr to the population at one time. ""hevenerable Ex Gov. David Camubell. jrgiaia, is suffering from cancer in the face, " iixely to end his life in a few weeks. JUatuwojiceduj.ta!,. Hunter hasde "wed sot to -present his name until 1864," - -uaioate (or the Presidency. James B. r.i. . u. i U in Cuba after the expiration of his ,. in lopgress. The New York State priaons are ever. H- At Sing Sing there are 1 170 prisoners, ""TIM Auburn prisons are crowded. ill J? report ' credite1 that Got. Denver AHairT k Commissioner ef Indian iththe view of returning to California. . Ho"-Wbj.c. RiTM!)iu;rftAiw.t.vt- 10 OpposiUo. reorr.amx.ttiu (For the Chief.) Where Shall the County Seat be Lo . . e&tedf Enrol CHttr s In the last issue of your valuable journal, we see an article In relation to the above question. We heartily concur in your opinion that the County Beat- should be re moved from Its present location. The County being very large, and the distance the people living on the extreme border will have to travel the miserable roads the poor accommoda tions they hare after getting to the County Seat all speak in one united voice that It should be removed. After enumerating the many dis advantages Troy possesses, yoa say : "We think all would prefer going ail or eight miles farther to the County Seat, in order to reach a place where there are good accommo dations." r, . This is true. Who would not be willing to ride a few miles farther, (when they know they cannot do their County business and return home the same day,) ia order to reach good ac-1 eommodations plenty to eat, and a good shelter for themselves and horses T At Troy this thing -can't be did!" j : We suppose that the people win take a final vote on this question at the election that is soon to come off, and that the County Seat will be permanently located. It to therefore right and proper that ear dtixena should throw all their petty prejudices aside, and locate it at the most eoBTenierit place--wtiere It will be most bene ficial to the people of the whole County. In view of this fact we would suggest the town of Lararrrrc, as the most suitable place for the County Seat.- It Is about six miles from Troy, and situated on the river, and immediately on the line which divides the County North and South, and is, therefore, exactly ia At eentrt. It contains about forty houses a fine hotel, two dry goods stores,' one drug store, one steam saw mill, two blacksmith shops, and we learn there will be a large livery stand erected in the town during the coming season. Besides the above, there are quite a number of houses ander process of erection at the present time, and a number of others will be built this season. . The many advantages possessed by a town situated on the river, over inland cititt, we need not enumerate. The recent steamboat arrange ment, by which a daily line of steamers are to ply between St. Joseph and Council Bluffs, will be of incalculable benefit to a town situated on the river between those point. The central position which Lafayette occu pies, alone should be enough to ensure the County seat to be located there. Her enterpri sing citizens will build up a town there, and if she should fail to gain the ascendancy at the present election, we predict that ere many years shall have passed away, she will occupy a posi tion in a commercial point of view, and event ually will have a Coort House erected within her corporate limits. VOTER. STEAMBOAT EEGISTEB, 1859. 1-ort of White Cle-ad. aaairas or. tmaha, March IrassaD nown. THE CHEAPEST AND BEST NEWSPAPER, IS THK ILLUSTUATED UNITED STATES JOURNAL. New Yeas Iixorraarco UMrrro Sttes Joca al ExTaaoaoixaar AiaootfcucawT. Every purchaser of a $1 bottle of the Arctic Liniment, receives, at Dr. Bragg's expense, the United Stalet Journal, of Now York, for one year. The Journal is a large illustrated paper each number containing 16 pages, beautifully printed on clear white paper, and filled with original matter from the most brilliant writers. of the country. You can buy the Arctic Liniment at any Drug Store. June 3, 1858. s. m. 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I VT-J 13 mnttmA BCi. ui uicicB, ut aii uuimiii, " - i waif j or, the terror of the COAST. A Tale of privateering in 1 1 TERMS: Sine-le eenies. . 12.00 in advance. Two 3i0 - . . Three S.00 Eight " and one extra to ' getter np of dub, 13.00 " All eommunieationssnould be addressee to CALXDWKLL, 80UTHW0S.TH k WklTNCr, Proprietors of the N. Y. Mercury, r 22 Sprues street, Ntw York. Specimen copies sent free. . r. c ssaxvc, n. m. a. r. sucr. SHREVE & MACY, DRUGGISTS, WHITS CLOUD. KANSAS. ff-v rw Shra atamda to the nraeties ef Me dicine and Serrery. He may be found at the Drug store. "- DR-! H. GRAVES, ! 7ETSICIAV AffD STTEQEOIT, HIAWATHA, BROWN CO, KANSAS, o FFER8 his professional serviees to the risk and afflicted who mar rewulre them. ' Ha ring had n practice of thirteen years in the Wes tern country, he flatters hissself that be is thor oughly qualified in the saodiaeatioas er wises in this climate. - may6,M,Iy KANSAS SUFFERERS! NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS. -VI7HEREAS, under the ProvUion of -An " f net to provide for the Adjustment and ro?? of CWm" "PProved February 7th, 185S, the undersigned have been duly appoint ed Commissioners "to audit all claims for the toss of property taken or destroyed, and dam ages resulting therefrom, 'during the disorder that prevailed from November Ut, 1855, to De cember 1st, 1856." The said act provides for the taking of testimony m the sorjoort ofornn. position to all such claims ; the preservation of Na wwamooy ana me accompanying voach ers and that duplicate copies be made thereof for the purpose of presenting such claims in a tangible form to the Congress of the United States for payment, in connection with the ordi nance to accompany the Conititutioo under which Kansas may apply for admission into the Union. To the end that proper and united efforts may be made to obtain from Congress compensation and indemnity far the losses and damages sus tained by the citizens of the Territory, without distinction of party, notice ia heieby given that the undersigned Commissioners .aforesaid, will hold session, asjd receive and act opon claims and proofs under said act, according to following RULES AND REGULATIONS : 1. AH persona claiming the benefit of said act, will do so, by sworn petition in writing, re citing in each case all the facts, circumsUccc;, and dates upon which the claim is founded, and present the bills of items or other vouchers du ly authorized. : - 8. All claims or amounts presented must be supported by the fullest proof possible to be ob tained. The highest legal evidence available Will be required. ' . 3. All property claimed for aa taken or de stroyed, most be described with reasonable cer tainty, and the value thereof particular! u-d and stated. 4. The testimony of two disinterested wit nesses upon a materinl point or statement of facta will be received as sufficient front Jaxit evidence. 5. In ease of the absence of material witness es from the Territory, oither Commissioner will, upon application, issue a suitable commission Sot the taking of necessary testimony. 6. Access will li granted, upon spnlication, to any evidence in possession of the Commis sioners, or heretofore filed with Commissioner Strickler. 7. All application fur indemnity or claims for losses must be made anew to the present Board without delay. 8. The Act applies ouly to the citizens of the Territory nJ those who were citizens st the time the lixsses and damages sought to be prov en, accrued. 9. The claims specified in the Act are those arisiri" from the Ukui" and destruction of nron- erty o( fur tertiat or voluntary contribuliont. IU. tzecnlors and Administrators hare the right to claim ou the behalf of deceased per sons. 11. The petitions and vouchers can be filed with the Central Clerk, Caleb S. Pratt, Law rence, or with either of the Commissioners. 12. Each petition and accompanrinz vouchers. will be forthwith examined by the Commission era, severally, ror information, and then deliver ed to the Attorney for the Territory. 13. Public seMo3S of the Commissioners will bo hold st Leavenworth, Lawrence, Oasa wattamie, Tceumseh, and Fort Scott, (and per haps other localities, where the iuteresls of the 1 erntory or tint convenience of parties mitv re- quire) at times hereafter to be designated." 14. The looiruii-sioners desire as early in formation as possible all claim intended (a temretemted. Such information, giving the names and residences of applicants and their witnesses, may be communicated by letter lo the central clerk or either of the Commissioners, in advance of ejhe filing of the petition. This is necessary in orucr uiai uie ooara may oe prepared as ear ly as practicable to estimate the amount and lo- exlity of the business to be dinposcd of. la. All petition and applications will be sub mitted to the Attorney ou the paitof the Terri tory, (Judge McKay,) as soon as practicable, for examination ; and upuu his suggestion par ties will be required to produce before the Board, in public session, such i mosses aa he or either of the Commissioners may desire to ex amine further. Parties will be duly notifiedof the time and place when opposing testimony to any ol their claims will be produced and heard. 16. As a general rule the personal attendance uf witnesses whose testimony may accompany petitions, will be required by the Board at a pub lic session, for public examination or cross ex amination, in relation to the facts set forth in such petitions. 17. Subpoenas will be issued, on application of parties, to compel the attendance of witness esclaimants paying officers fees for serving. is. a nnai neanng may be had upon any pe tition at any public session, where the claimant may be In attendance with his witnesses pro vided such petition shall have been filed ten days before such hearinc ia demanded ; but ten days may be waived by the Territorial Attorney or euner two oi me commissioners. 19. Awards will be made as soon as practica ble after final hearing. 30. The first public session of the Board will be held at the Johnson House, in Lawrence, on the first Monday of March next, and continue from day to day as Ion as biuiues m:iv present or render advisable. 21. When petitions or accomnanvinz affida vita are sworn to by a Justice of the Peace, the County Clerk's certificate and seal should be attached. The Act above mentioned is broad in its pro visions, and designed to benefit, without dis tinction of party, all bona fide citizens of the Territory who sustained losses within the period specified. All such are requested to come for ward as soon as possible and present just and honest statements of their losses, and unite their efforts in accomplishing the object in view by enabling the undersigned to present a complete, rull, lair and impartial statement or too losses aod damages that bare been entailed upon the citizens of Kansas by the political and social questions devolved by Congress upon them for settlement. Dated Leavenworth Citv. K. T., Feb. 2159. EDWARD HOOGLAND, HENRY J. ADAMS, S. A. KINGMAN, Commissioners on Claims. P. S. Each newspaper in the Territory is re quested to publish the above three times, and send bill to Board of Commissioners by 1st of July to be audited a copy or each paper eon tainine the advertisement to be scut to the Cen tral Clerk, Caleb S. Pratt, Lawrence. MARRIAGE GUIDE! AroiING'S GREAT PHYSIOLOGICAL X WORK, er, Every one his own Doctor Beine a Private Instructor for married persons or those about to marry, both male and female. In everything concerning the phvsiology and relations of our sexual system, and the produc tion or prevention of offspring, including all the new discoveries never before given in the Eng lish language, by WM. YOUNG, M. D. This is really a valuable and interesting work. It is written in plain language for the general reader, and is illustrated with upwards of one hundred eneravincs. All voune married people, or those contemplating marriage, and having the least impediment to married life, should read this book. It discloses secrets that every one should be acquainted with. Still it is a book that mast be locked up and not lie about the house.. It will be sent to an v one on the receipt of twentv five cents. Address DR. WM. YOUNG, No. 416 Spruce St, above ronrtn, Philadelphia, march Id, '59-ly. , Hannibal & St Joseph Railroad, NEW ROUTE OPENED FOR THE east Anusuviui this Road will be opened for business, througbont its euure lengw. raaveoger irains will leave St. Joseph every morning, running U ..k ; ,Uma kAtm. and makinr anra and close connection with Packets np and down the Mississippi River, and au tne Kauroaa urns, East and South. A line of Packets will run in connection with the Road, above 8U Joseph, to the Bluffij, en the operriog of navigation. Stage Linee connect at St. Joseph, from all parts of Kansas, Nebraska and Western Iowa. Travel from Nebraska and Western Iowa will find this the qnicktut, mint mnd cftrawaaf route to ail points wa the Mississippi River and East. Through tickets ean be had at the office in St. Joseph, for nearly all parts of the country. JOSIAH HUNT, Superintendent. P. B. Gaoar, Central Ticket Agent. feb. 10. Sa-lm. ,-..,.. - ds. Lcsrs REMEDIES HAVE given satisfaction to those who have used them.- They are always safe, and never fail to do good. Try them ones, and yoa will believe what is said or them. BALSAM, For the cure of Lnnc and Throat diseases Coughs, Colds, Croup, Weak Lnngs, Hoarse ness, Sore Throat, Pains in the Chest, Whoop ing Cough, Asthma, Bronchitis k Consumption. i ne nest medicine i ever soio ror toe par- pose. A. lMravorrnr, Druggist. everybody here praises it. J. Hoen. It is very popular here. j Gtotct Rose, Druggist. I cannot speak too highly of it. - . . Rev.W.M.Ossoa. . I EYE JALTE, .. For the rapid cure of every kind of Store or Weak Eyee Dimness of sight. Granulations of the lids, te. "- - OLD SOKES of every kind are often cured in n very short time, and in n most remarkable manner Ul cers, Scrofulous Sores, Fever Sores, Cancers. 1 never saw such a medicine. It cares every time. . 8.-J. Bcnrov. It cured my eyes without pain, au in a varv short time. CapC J. B. Haix. I was nearly blind foar years, and waa cured by this Salve. Dr. H. Pwlo. J nis is remarkable. He was Mind overs rear. and is now quite a ell. Rev. W. R. Kirrujt. ANTI-BlLIOrs, OR LITER PILLS. Jest the thins! when a rjfevsie ia bmiImL Livza CoarLaiwrs yield ofWa to j .t.u Qua. Jaundice. Foul Stomaajf)stirsmesn.'fiyspes)- sia. Diarrhoea, Dysentery, Impurities or the Blood, Headache, Costiveneas, Soar Stomach, Fevers, Dumb Ague, Boils, Ac. ... The best physic pills 1 ever used. . . Da. Wj Lli ins. One box eura me of Liver Complaint. . Rer. C. Rostars. Certainly a superior article. Rev. M. RicaaaDsoK. TIIE LADIES' FRIEXD, Is a safe and reliable Medicine for the cure of Diseases peculiar to Females Whites, Irregn- larities, Obstructed or Painful Menses, Turn of Life, Bearing Down, or Prolapsus.' ' excellent beiore eonnnement. I hose woo are weak and feeble after childbirth, will be greatly benefitted by their use. . Tbev prevent Aliscamage, relieve fiervoas- ncss.after pains, weakness, and eivs sound sleep. iney are aiwavasaie. Try tnem once, andj uiaaia ua lur viienug uicm w you. FEVER CURE PILLS, These rouse the Liver, cleanse the svstem from bilious matters, and certainly cure Ague, Chill Fever, and Bilious Fever; relieving Dys pepsia, Low of Appetite, and General Debility. 1 hey cure every case. Lou niLBtrrrza, I never knew them to fail. J. & J. W. Chasc. We think thev can't be beat. " Rev. R. C. Caatt. Always cure, and no mistake. B. F. Vait Gregory's Instant Core of Pain. ' Sure cure for Cholera. Cholera Morbus, Diar rhoea. The cheapest and best family medicine. This we ean prove by what others say about it. Hear their testimony, then judge Tor yourseir. Ihstait Cdrx or Pain is the best medicine I ever sold. Gso. R. Thralls, Druggist. Rkzouatism it always cures. A. J. Hixaaw. DrsrxrsiA, it cured one of the worst cases I oversaw. U. yvallack. Sick Hzadaciiz cured in fifteen minntes. Smith H. Torre. Cholera Mosses, Cholzea, cured by the hundred every year. Dr. Jzsst Haycock. In Vositoo and rcaoiio it works like a charm. Dccia Baiznoax. Diakxhoias stop almost instantly, when used. A case of Rheumatism, of forty years' stand ing, cured. C. Vimcx.it, Agent. It cures everv Utiuir. Dysentery, neauacne, Toothache, Backache, Colds, Chilblains, Rheu matism, Sprains and Pains. It is everybody's medicine. Z. Vai Doaxxa. Agent. CnoLsaa Moasos, a very bad case relieved in fifteen minutes. Lacaxscr Ravdhsel. Weakness, loss of appetite from fevers, or other causes. It will set you right in a few days. Put a little of it into the water yoa drink , and it will prevent the water from hurting you. This certitiei tbat t nave use a in my lamuy Dr. Lunt's " Fever Cure Pills," and " Instant Cure of Pain," with success, and believe them to be invaluable medicines in every family. C. Graham, Pastor ef M. E. Church. White Cloud. September 28, 185S. I am satisfied of the truth of the above cer tificate. II. N. Seaves. For Sale by C. F. Jkxrings, White Cloud, Kansas. J. W. Reeo, Iowa Point, " T. Stevbso!, Highland, " sept. 16, 53-3m. NOTICE. ADDRESS communications concerning the business of the White Cloud City Compa ny, or making inquiries with regard to the same, to the undersigned, june 3, 58, tf. V. D. MARKHAM. THOS. A. OSBORN, Attorney and Connsellor at Lav, ADD REAL ESTATE AQEST, ELWOOD, KANSAS, WILL practice in the several Conrta in Kansas, investigate Titles, make Collec tions, attend to Conveyancing, buy and sell Land, make investments, ke. N. B. Particular attention paid to contested Pre emption cases. may 27, 53, 6m. C. F. JESIGS k BROTHER, Forwarding and Commission Merchants, WHITE CLOUD. KANSAS.1 New flwooils! WHOLESAIrE&RETAIL! ARE receiving and opening a Urge and com plete stock of DRY GOODS, 7 ' GROCERIES HARDWARE, - ."' . . QUEENSWARE, .' . ' . SADDLERY,-: ' ' CLOTHING, . ' HATS ft CAPS, . !' ' - i BOOTS A SHOES, -. PAINTS it OILS, ' : PATENT MEDICINES, DOORS A SASH, , FURNITURE, Which they are prepared to sell at the lowest ngures, ror i.am. - C. F. JENNINGS A BROTHER. eug.S,58,tf. ' MILLS! MILLS!! millers and Farmers. Take 5tlce! mill! udmlWml.: havine made arrange- -L menu with the beat hoases in St. Louie, Cincinnati and Chicago, ia now prepared to fwr niah all kinds af Steam Mills and Mill Machine ry of the meat approved plana, at the shortest notice, and will furaisb at an sow pneea asm va aa liberal terms as any A rent er Foundry ia the Western eoemtry. w ill aiso roraiso. steap era. and Mowing and Twreshimr Machines, i The unde signed, being a practical Engineer, will set up and warrant all works furnished fey bim. He can at all times be found at White Clowd, Kansas, of Oregon, Mo- .V 1 -I0HS H. rTT. -.. REFER TO . .- tv C. F. Jennings, White Cloud, Kansas. . ' ar.RuffnerACtv, " , -. "7y. -Peter, Frazer Co., Oregon, Mo. 1 Likens A Boyd, St. Joseph, Mov l.cC Greeawald, Oriernwasl, O. " " " Howard A Hiaehmaa. 81. Lflels, M o. Engsland A Ferrason, M , r mayl3.S8.iX ' ' " " ;". V STEAM FERRY WilITEATCLOUD! LARGE, new and excellent (JJJ iJL Steam Ferry Boat has: been ; placed in the Missouri River, at White Cloud, which will be ran in all kinds of weather, when the river is open, as often a may be required. on week daysi and on Sanaa vs, four times, vis: between the nowrs of and IU o'clock, A. X and the hours of 4 and i o'clock, P. M. - This place is the Urminns of the State Road from Ft. Dei Moines, fowat there is aa excel lent road leading to Forest City and Oregon, Mo.: and rood roads leading into the back country of Kansas and .Nebraska, to which White Cloud is at least six miles nearer than any other river town. This Boat is one of the best in the river, and Is manned by an experien ced Engineer and Pilot, and a sober, active and punctual set of bands. Persons wishing to have themselves, their stock, lumber, or freight of any kind transported a erase the river, will Bad White Cloud the place for tbent to be accommo dated in the best manner, with tire least possi ble delay en either shore. I errymg done at reduced rates, june 10.58. tf. Choice Land for Sale: SEVERAL tract of valuable Land, In the vicinity of White Clowd, are offered for sale on reasonable terms. The land Is ot the verv best quality, convenient to the river and to timber, and would be a profitable investment to persons desiring to engage In the farming business. Also, a nnmberof choice Lots in White Cloud. Pw aaMMalars, too otre of ua nnderei rned . at White Cloud, Kansas. aag. 26, 58, tf. Y. D. MARKHAM. . EVERYBODY WANTS IT. BLANCIIARD'S New Sheet Map of Mis souri and Kansas. 100 Agents can find profitable employment selling it. For terms, address 53 LaSalle Street, Chicago, 111. Newspapers copying the above, shall have a copy of tbe Map sent by mail, pre paid. B. F RUFFSER & CO., WHOLESALE AND RKTAIL, DRY UOODS AND GROCERIES, Forwarding tt Commission Merchants, WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS. ratsw - mmi For the Fall and Winter Trade! WE take great pleasure in announcing to aiip friends and customers, that we have received our Fall and Winter stock of Dry Goods and Groceries, Hardware, ljuetnsware, Boots ami" Shoes, flats and Caps, Ready Made CIothin, Furniture, Sash and Doors, Plastering Hair, Patent Medicines, and a variety of other articles, too numerous to mention. We are oBenne our uooos at prices to suit the present Hard Times, for Cash, and r.mk fli na a lt before nurchasin? elsewhere, and examine our extensive stock of Goods. H. r. KUtrnc.it s w. White Cloud. October 29, 1838. tf. Hark Ye! Hark Ye! STONE MASONRY. THE subscriber, being an experienced Stone Mason, and having located at White Cloud, takes this method of informinz the publie that he is ready, on the shortest notice, to undertake all jobs in his line, such as building Foundations, Walls, Arches, and also Cisterns. In all such work he has had much experience, and Batters himself that he ean turn out jobs inferior to no other mechanic in the Territory. Orders are respectfully solicited. june 10, so, tr. o.u. ivmipiti. H. w. rrrxa. j. . raaxta. ixa rrrxa. PETER, FRAZER &C0,, DEALERS IN DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Bonnets, QUILN'SWARIS, IttOX, NAILS, CDTLKHY, DRUGS AND PATENT MEDICINES, OREGON, MISSOURI. june 10. 58, ly. W. G. SARGENT, Attorney and Connsellor at Law, NOTARY PUBLIC. And Commissioner for Maine, Massa chusetts, New York, Kentucky, and Missouri. BROWN COUNTY, KANSAS. JTPost Office Address Hamlin, Hiawatha, or Fadonia, Brown County, Kansas. X3 feb. 3, 59-ly. V. D. MARKHAM, ATTDRXKY AT LAW & REAL ESTATE AGENT, WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS, WILL practice in all the Courts of Donl nK.n Rmwn. anil tha adininine Counties: pay taxes for non residents, and buy and sell lands. Particular atteotion paid to collections in Kansas, Nebraska, and North-West Missouri. OFFICE ON MAIN STREET, ian. 30, 59-tf. Howard Association, Philadelphia. , A Benerolent Institution etttUitktd if tpteial Endowment for the Relief tftnr Sick mn Dittretted. tfflietod with Virulent and Epidemic Diuta, THE HOWARD ASSOCIATION, la view of the awful destruction ot human life, eaused by Sexual diseases, and the deceptions practiced upon tbe unfortunate victims of such diseases by Ouarka. several Tears aeo directed thsir Con sulting Surgeon, as a Charitable Act worthy of their name, to open a Uispcnsary lor me ireai ment of this elass of diseases, in all their forms, and to give medical advice gratis, to all who ap ply by letter, with a description of their condi tion, (age, occupation, habiu ef life, Ac) and In cases or extreme poverty, io r caisn mim cihbs Fact or Cnanoc : It is needless to add that the Association commands the birhest Med ical skill of tlie age, and will furnish the meet approved modern treatment. The Directors of the Association,' In their Annual Report upon the treatment or Sexual Diseases, for the year ending- January 1st, 1659, express the kielieet satisfaction with the success which has attended the labors of the Consulting Sunreon, In the cure of Spermatorrhoea, Semi nal Weakness. I moot once. Gonorrhoea, Gleet, Syphilis, the vice of Onanism or self-abuse, kc, and order a continuation oi uesamepian for tbe ensuing year. The Directors, on a review of the past, feel roared that their labors ia this sphere of benev olent effort .have been of great benefit to the afflicted, especially to the young, and they have resolved to devote themselves, with renewed seal, to this very important and much despised cause. - Aa admirable Report on Spermatorrhoea, or Seminal Weakness, the vice of Onanism, Mas turbation, er self abuse, ' and other diseases of the sexual organs, be ths Consulting Bargee, will be sent by mail fin a sealed envelope.) rant or caASsn, on temp, ef two) ersnrs ror posi a?eL Other RenaHs and Tracts ea the nature and treatment of sexnal diseases, diet, e-, are constantly beinr. published for gratuitous distri bution, and will be sent to the afflicted. Seme of the1 new remedies and methods of treatment cisoovered daring the last year, are ef great Add rem, for Report or treatment. Dr. J. 8IIL LIN HOUGHTON. Acting Surreeu, Howard Association, No. 2 South Ninth street, Pbilada, Bv 0W of Uie LHrKtnrm. -- EZRA D. HEARTWELL, President. Gaoaou Faiacaiu, Secrottrf. . 1 July 22, 18W-ly. ERIGG'S AKCTIC LIJIMEST. f TO IS incomparable Liniment, upon which the i- great mass of tbe afflicted of all lands now rely for relief from the pangs of RheumatMm, Neuralgia, Gout, Erysipelas, Cancer, Screfala, opraina, earns, scalds, and all eataaeewa onea se is rapidly superseding all similar prrpara tions. Oae Bottle Triumphant I Mrs. MoffiU.No 345 Morgan street, St. Louis, having suffered for three year with Kawama tism, and tried naany preparations wlfbowt sweet. was cured by oae oily cent bottle el A reus Lin iment. Sr. Locis. Mo.. Anril S3. 1858. Tn Doctoss CooxorCou Hisr. Messrs. Bragg At Eurrowe, Gentlemen: I have suffer ed from Salt Rheum for six years. I have been sorely afflicted, mv face, eyes, and ears were covered witn sores from the aalt Kheam, and my hand- were so bad, tbt I feared I should lose ths use of them; ary finger nails eame off. and my bands were one mam of sores when I commenced using Brag's Arctic Linimeot, and by the use of Ire small bottles, I waa entirely eared, new nails have grown on my Ingers.and lam now entirely free from all sores or any rel ics of Salt Rheum. Frevicroi to asing the Arctic Liniment, I had been ander the treatment of several of the meat eminent physicians ia this city, and I never re ceived any benefit from their treatment. u. vr. HAIuun, Belcher A Bro-'a Sugar Refinery. An Explosion. Murals, Tana., Nov. 39. 1S57. I herebv eertifv. that bavrmr. been badlv bruiaed and scalded by the eapfosion of a Steam Boiler, a friend indaeed me to try Brarr's Are- tie Liniment. The smart was instantly extrac ted from the scalds, and in a very short time, aft the pain was gone from the bruises. I a two weeks I was well, and able to resume mv busi ness. UE.1KI HAfCKHIbb, Residence, Jackson st. Good for Animals, This invaluable Liniment is also equally effi cacious in curing the diseases of animals, as wit ness the following certificate: Messrs. J. m A. Arnot. and Lvnch. A mot k CoK keen the two largest Livery Stables in tbe West, and are gen crally known thonghout tbe United states: sr. uoen. isee. aj, ioji. We. the onderaiened. havint- used Dr. Brarr's Aretie Liniment fora number or months, cneer- full, testifv to its superior efficacv in curing the diseases of horses; so well are we satisfied of the Arctic being the best Liniment made, that we would use no other. Ws keep and have kept for a number of years, extensive livery stables in this city, and consequently our experience about horses and their diseases is great, and we unhesitatingly say, that the Arctic Liniment is the only one we have ever round always effec tive. We cordially recommend it to all Livery Stable keepers, and others having the care of horses. J. A A. ARNOT. LYNCII,ARNOTCO, Chesnut street. Catmot. Many Droerists, having old Lini ments on hand, will try to sell them to yoa as hj h.t hnt dn von nositivelv refuse to our chase them. Ask for "Bragg's Arctic Lini ment," and take no otner. LisrasL Paorosrrioi. The proprietors agree to furnish each purchaserof a dollar bottle, with a free subscription to the United States Journal, for one year. This is one of the best New York illustrated papers. A certificate, entitling the holder to the benefit of this proposition, is en- closed in the wrapper around every bottle. The Arctic Liniment is pnt up in cent, su cent. and $1 bottles. The 50 cent and tl bottles con tain 50 and 100 per cent, more Liniment in pro portion to their cost, and are the cheapest. For sale by ukauu hukkuw cs. Sole rropnetors, ou lytuis, .-nissoun. tT For sale In St. Joseph, hy VanLear, Brit tain k Hardy, Starling, Loving k McDonald, and W. R. Ft nick. BOLD BT Phreve & Maey, White Cloud, Kansas; Reed k Stnrges, Iowa Point, " James N. York, Doniphan, - J. H. Maun A Co., Brownville, Nebraska; Peter, Fraier k Co., Oregon, Mo.; Barnard, Adams k Co., St. Louis; And by all Druggists. june 3, 1858, ly. WILLIAM MAOUILKEN, House, Sign, ud Ornamental Fainter, LAZIER, PAPER DAGGER, C, WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS, S prepared to execute all work of the above l : n.lo in a iniwin, manna,. If n , bait thirty-five years' experience, he flatters himself that bis work will compare lavoraoiy wim inai of any otner person vv est oi ue missoun tuver. 1X7111 ,1an a f fnH ! nnttino An Fira anil IY,. ter Proof and Gravel Rooflnghavinghad much experience in Business oi mis caaracier. july S,S7,tr. TIMBER LAND. And iBterrst In Steam Saw Hill, For Sale! I OFFER for sale one-fourth Interest fa the Steam Saw Mill of Ulsh A Thrailkill, ea Rush Island, two and a half miles belew White Cloud. The mill is nearly new, ia in good or der, aod is one of the best in the country, with an extensive run of custom. Also, will sell with the mill, forty-five acres of timber land, adjoining the mill, and border ing for a quarter of a mile oa the river. There is on this land a wood-yard and excellent steam boat landing, which renders it unusually desir able. ' 1 offer the land and interest In mill for 11200. I want i300 cash, by the 1st of April, 1859. The balance I will take, if preferable to the purchaser, in rood praine land within six miles of White Cloud or Iowa Point. If ene-fonrtb of the mill is not sufficient to occupy the time of the purchaser, I will rent him another foarth, on reasonable terms, and take pay ia lumber or sawing. Call on the subscriber, on tne premises, dec. 3, 53-tf HENRY ULSH. COME ONE. COME ALL! TO THE 0 SQUATTER STORE, IN WHITE CLOUD! WHERE the subscriber hstinst received a new and fresh supply of fall and Winter Goods, consisting of Dry (ds, Grtceries, rrTisIis, Hardware, Queeatwaxe, Olaanraxe, TINWARE. WOODENWARE, Hats and Caps, Boots sad Shoes, GLOVES AND HOSIERY," Carpenters Tools, . FANCY ARTICLES, NOTIONS, AC, which be will sell at Wholesale or Retail, for Cash, as low as ean be bought anvwhere in this upper country. W. H. VAN DOR EN. White Clowd, Kansas, Nov. 4, lPSrj. tr. DRY HIDE- WANTED, for which Us hi (heat market price will be paid ia Cash OT Goods, by W. 11. IA.1 june 3. 5& tf. 'lOUNTirY PRODUCE of all kinds ta- ken in exchange for Goods, bv June 3, 5S, tf. - W. H. VAN" DOREN. GcORGE P. LUCKHARDT, . Wiicluatker, ud Dealer ia - WATCHES, CLOCKS A JEWELRY, OREGOX, HOLT CO., JfC TIAKES the liberty to inform the citizens of L White Clood and vicinity, that he has opened n Watch, Clock and Jewelry Store in Oregon, Holt County. Missouri, where he will keep constantly on hand, and for sale, n good assortment of Gold and Silver Watches, Clocks and Jewelry, which he will sell extremely low, for Cash. Also, a fine tot of Violins, Aeeorde ens, Silver and Plated Spectacles, Gold Peas, with Gold sad Silver Extension Caeca, 8ilver Thimbles, Ac, ie. He is prepared to repair Watches, Clocks aad Jewelry of every descri ptton, in the best maimer, and on the most reasonable terms. Every article bought hi his establishment, is warranted to be -what they are represented to be. Watch rwoeanag warranted for ee year, jane t, '57.tr. ' ''V. ; -. - - - ii- inntsas mi aawjiami Has been before the public for more than tf years, aad ia deservedly popular. From F. C. Dillaye k Carpenter, SrrecwM, W. I ., ue. , f tin. We take treat pVawurr in beinr able to say that we have sotd year Gargling Oil mere than ten yearsnd1 hove awrer heard n eoatplaiat from a purchaser. From 3. Brayton, Lowritle, Wis.,- Apr. 14, 'If. I bare conversed with several ef mv neirh- bors.whe say "They are aequMatee! with yea Gargling Oit, havint- frequently use ft fee both Man aad Beast." aad speak very Ug.ry of its curative qualities, aad express a wish taai it migat ne icrt ror sale la thta place. From Messrs. S. L. Jasksoa A Co.. South Gib son, Tenu., April IT, IlSe. The Oil takes like hot cakes ia this eennrry We will seon have to order another let, ia er dar te get it here ia time. Press. J. M. Irwin A Co., SalinoviHe, 6U. March 3d, 1858. We have sold the last bottle ef tie GargKaa; OH. Sales are rapid now, though it was soma time before we got ll started. It is catirely the best article we have ever sold. It has per formed a treat many cures, when all ether Me dicines failed to do any good. Caatioa to Purchasers. The only genuine has "G. W. Msrehant, Loekport, N. Y..' blown in each bottle, aad al so has his signature over the cork. CT Pamphlets gratuitously furnished by agents, with Testimonials of its utility. Alt'ordere addressed to the MERCHANT'S GARGLING OIL CO.. Loekport, N. T. tT For tale bv Dm grists and Merchants renerally, through the United States. British Possessions, and other Countries. And by Snarvn A Macy, White Clond. Rsro A Syraota, Iowa Point. Prrcn, Faasia A Co., Oregon, Me. . Jonta k Co., Moand City, Mo. And by one or more agents in every town la the vicinity. Who I -sale at all larre commer cial towns- sept. 30L58, ly. ZOOK & BALDWIN, Wholesale and Retail Dealers I DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS, DYE STUFFS, Fine Teas, Cigars, Tobacco, Perftimerles, FOREST CITY, MO. june 4, '57, tf. THE undersigned have formed a eo-pertaer-sbip, under the firm of LIKENS A BOYD, At Oeneral Land and Seal Istato Agents, ST. JOSEPH, MO, and will give prompt attention to all and every branch of business pertaining to Real Estate Agencies such as the Entry of Lands, ia nay of the North-Western States cad Territories, either br Land Warrants or by Money. - We will also attend to the purchase ud sal of improved Real Estate, Towa Lots, he. LAND WARRANTS BOUGHT AND SOLO. Remittances by Land Warrants, or exchange) on some one of the principal cities, most seeenj. pany all orders. JOHN H. LIKEN", JOHN W. BOYD REFERENCES. Hon. C. J. Faulkner, of Tiryinia; Hon. Wm. Hambleton, of Maryland ; Wm. M. Marshall, Esq., of Hagerstowa Bank, Maryland; Henry M. Brent, Esq., Cashier af Valley leak of Virginia; , Cato Moore, Esq., Cashier of Valley Bank, Chariesiown, Vinrinia; D. Bm-kbart, Cashier of Bank ef Berkeley, Virginia; Allen C. Hammond. M. D.. Berkeley Co. Virginia; Drakelv k Fenton, Baltimore, M4.; Jotiah Lee k Co., Bankers, Baltlaseret Brown A Johnston. Bankers, Tietsberih, Mississi.ipi; Cuddy, trowa k Co., New (Tries us; Jack k Bros., Louiaville, Ky.; Andrea- Hunter, Esq., Qiariestewa, Vs.; Jesse D. 81inrlurr, President of Commercial k Farmers' Bank, Baltimore; W. Boll man. General Sunennteadeat aalav more and Ohio Railroad; Forsvth Baker, Wheeling, Ta. Bela'M. Hughes, St. Joseph, Me.; Silas Woodson, " " Renhen Middteton.o ' E. R. Webb, Carml. lit; A . T. Stewart A Co.. New York ; Gage, Dater A Sloan, " ane15.S?.tf THS ECLECTIC CULLKS 0? MSDi'053, ' CINCINNATI, OHIO. ' . ' THE SPRING SESSION of 1859. will commence oa the 9th of February, aad eontiaa ' sixteen weeks. A full and thorough eoaree at Lectures will be given, occupying six or seves hoars daily, with good opportaniuea for attea. tion to practirsl Anatomy, and with ample Clin ical faculties at the Commercial HospitaL The arrangement of the chairs will bo as lei-; lows: T. E. nu JOHN, n. Prtfttmor af Antttatf and Pumnaltff. ' J. F. JUDGE, M. Pnfuttt tf (Xenuttrf and Plarmttf. A. J. HOWE, M.V., Profumr tf Snrtmry. C. II. CLEVELAND, M. Jt ' Profumr tf Materia Mtditm and Tumaptutita. WX. SHERWOOD, M. IK, Prafttmr tf Medical PracUet and PaiktUff. J. R. Bt7CHANAN, M. Emerttna Prtfetatr of Cerebral flytistsjw a4 . InttitaUt of Mtdieimc JOHN KING, H. D., Profetoor tf Otttatrica and Pi tot mm tf Wssara. and CkiSdrt. Ths Terms for the Section vffl be the sam as heretofore, vii: Matricaiariow, t5K. Ta ition, tOnX). Demonstrator's Ticket, $5j0rX (Every Staid ant is required to engage ia diss so tion oae tnoo before graduation,) Gradaatiaa, tSifiO. Ticket to Commercial Hospital, Cop- . tinaalt tJi.OO. The Lecture-Rooms are newly finished, neat, '. and comfortable, and in a eeatral locality, (ia College Hall. Walnut Street.) where stedenM will find it eoovenient to call oa their arrival. Tickets for the seesioa may bo ot tarsi I af , the Dees tkt Ftenlty, at his oflee. Sc. 113 Smith street, or of Prof. C. H. CLauwvairB, ' SeentnTft tkt Ptcaltf, No. 139 Seveatb S-. near Elm. JOHN KING, M. D., Dean, : July 15, 185S-ly. ThetMrJiraTTial of Medical Sdesca. 0 AMontlilv Magaxine of 4$ pares, eond acted l ... a f . f ... 1:. rf- ii .a vr ww k mKxmj vi fcu khcu, ugutyi w Medicine, U published at One Dollar a Year, payable M advance. The volanae ef the Jour- - aa commences with ths year. Ccmmaaieatiemtj for subscription, or for speci mea numbers, ahoahi be directed to Dr. C H. CLEAVELAND, Publisher, ' " 1 13 Serenih strcst, Clseimmti. O. jaly 15, 1850-ly.