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iVnr tk Chief.) Wmiti Cvoco, Mareh 4, 1859. l" - 4. nf KlMlf tO beSD ,frBionsDieir.i-.-. ),t, WIUlOOl tuuit, -I , rjTL.piimtnU ar measured generally by TTdi,pUTed by the various members in "Toting local acts, either beginning or tennl VT the spot from which Pn ' Tfo nore sectional the measure, the Zt the " navigated it through. Th !jeteal calibre of the Representative who jjthe time and interest, and expend the llfof sine tenth! of the citixens for the r!7toT the other tenth, i nine time the Vlloiniof him who of . Territory ; consnlu the Interests of all her The fUndard of measurement ia false, , by most w""" i " 6 yntart have been juugeu. mc dt, a that body sosse food men and true whs ou ,ook 00lai,e f the Httle Tillage JJUdlthey happened to own a few .six-bit )( men who would not laerifiee their koagr gr the intcresta of their constituents, forfeit their aoIeniB pledget, to gratify the price ar tadpole-ambitioa of " ail by -nine isUad eiti iog the Bembert worthy of think from fctir eoostitsenta, and from the citixens of the Tefrittry geoerally, I would mention Lewi and bwselere, of Doniphan County, Vail, of Mar fell, aad Spriggs, of Anderson. Larxelcrc, aa Speaker, diacharged the dotiea of thia poat ia lijMy satisfactory manner, and with an ability gotoAe surpassed in legislative bodiea; besides k ns a working member, and did ma eh to ktlsoa the countless bill before the House. levt, and Spriggs, of the Judicial Committee, nrked faithfully and earnestly In committee nam aad in the Hooae; and no two others of Ibt body did half so much to perfect the busi ea ft a manner satisfactory to al. Vail U deferring the highest praise for tfce gallant ht aiade by hira against the shin-plastrxbauk chirtera, which were "Jefea ted by a very araall rule. To him i mainly to be attributed it do tal All ha know anything of the history of Jrrbraska banks, will thank him for it. A few me in -h men as I hare mentioned, and Kan u fttlil hare a Legislature not far in Die rear f the Eastern State. ' EvaWrrsass. Couecticut Democracy ia Fa tot of Cuba. Baltimore, Feb. 11. The C'ennccticut Democratic Conven tioa aJopteJ the following resolutions : ISeaolred, That the possession by tliis government of the Island of Cnba is Dec enary for the proper defense and protec tion of onr great and rapidly increasing commercial interests. That its acquisi tioa would not only greatly benefit the manufacturing business f Connecticut, and enhance the agricultural, mechanical and commercial interests of the whole country, bnt would pnt an end to the im portation of slaves from Africa, who now find their market on her shores, and that hamanity and interest, therefore, impose npon the general government the duty of obtaining possession of Cuba, whenever fci'. can be dooa) consistently with national hoaor and jnstice. On which a Mr. Eaton made an cntlin iastic speech. He said, in tbe course of kit remarks, that he knew that Mr. Doug las repudiated any action purporting to be independent of the Democratic party. Ht expressed his opinion that Mr. ttreck enridge would be the next Democratic candidate for the Presidency. Mr. Eaton offered bis services for the itomp during the campaign. Applause. He said the Cuba resolution met bis ap probation. Applause. ' We must have Cuba. We will Lave it Applanse. Mr. Eaton placed bis argument en tbe graond of manifest destiny, and said that it came home to every man's heart with startling force, that Cuba most be ours. He was lorry we had not seized it before. Mr. Eaton exhibited bis agricultural knowledge ia describing the productions of Cuba, which apparently justifies tbe Healing of it, and illustrated his senti ments by tbe old story of the Puritans, ho resolved the land tbey wanted be wngel to God's saints, and then resolved tt they were God's saints. ( Laughter.) Cm. Gazette. From Wishixoton. The special Washiugto,, correspondent of t.lie New York Tribune telegraphs that journal the fallowing, on the 22d nit.: Mr. Hale produced a sensation in tbe ete this evening by offering as an ttoenJment to tbe Legislative Appropri Jion Bill to repeal the population rettric m m the English Bribery Bill. Mr. fne of Oregon would express an opin ' on the restriction when Kansas ap Plied. Mr. Smith of Oregon thought restriction wrong. Mr. Douglas made Mncombe speech after the style of the ' session, and Mr. Green of Missonri P'Ued the Little Giant on the back, tmoothed him down, and assnrcd hira his retnm to Democracy was all right. Mniiject lies over. The President held his last levee for eso to-night, and Mrs. James Gor- ( nnett was received in the Presi nt i reception-room, the latter present 5her to the multitude. The crowd was TerJ great. Death of Hon. Mr. HannegaV. , ' St. Louis, Feb. 26. , "nnegan, JSx. U. K. Senator i- ?v -nK dicd at the Planter's House, ty, last night ttlAXBOAT EEQISTER, 1859. ert of White Cloud. rASIID BOWX. Florilda, March 10 Tho. E. Tult, 13 Omaha, 14 THE CHEAPEST AND BEST NEWSPAPER. . : STEITED USTTE STATES JOURNAL. , Ii-u-murxoUjerntn Statu Ji t-rraaoaDimiT Asoci.cicim Every HZ of th Aretie Vn5mDl' ,7r Dr. Bragg' expense, the VmUtd Tu , of New York, for one year -UAbT"1 i,iUrg illustrated paper-each T" eonUining 16 page,, beautifully printed yj 'n'te paper, wrffined with original " the Wlliant writer of the S(jtanbB, the Arctie UnBieirtll y jnne 3,1858. , NOTICE. - Tb citiiens of WUte.Cloud are respectfully invited to meet at the School Ho09e(on Friday evening, uiejouiinst.. After the regular dis cussion of the Debating Society, it bj suggested that some plaa be adopted to complete the School House; The Ladies" aiw particularly rc- questea to niiena. "tjome one, cme all."' v ' MANY CITIZENS. , White Cloud, March 17, 1JS53. - ' ma. Oa Sush Island, Thursday, the 10th tost, of J'enloneal Inflammation, Jona S son of Hmw and Mary Jane Pish, aged 8 years and 4 months. S. M. PETTENGILL & CO.'S AtVERTISINO AGENCY, 119 Naatsa 8lN. ' and 10 State - tub. 8. M. PETTENGILL k CO. are the agenta for the " Chief," and the most influential and largest circulating Newspapers la the Uuited State and the Canada. Tlier are authorized to coatrad for aa at our lowest rates. J. 8. POST, General Newspaper, Adrer tiaina; and Subscription Agent, second storr, north-west corner of Chestnut and Third St, St. Louis, is our authorised Agent la that city, and ia empowered to contract at our renlar rates, and receipt for feb.10,59. Hungarian Grass! BUSHELS choice Seed.raised in Brown J Cunty, ia store and for sal at ht bnshol.by .. B. F. RUFFNER k CO. White Clond, March 17, 5D-lm. Cheaper than Ever! STEAMSAW MILL In Full Blast! THE unJersicncd, proprietors of the White Cloud Steam Saw Mill, take pleaxnre in announcing to the public, that their mill is in the very best order, and theybav commenced operations for the season. They ar prepared to do aawing of every kind and description, on the sltortcst notice. They wilt saw on the halves, or for money, very cheap. They will constantly Keep on nana ALL KINDS X)F LUMBER! which they will sell si little cheaper 'hsn can be had anywhere else, for Cash, or to good men on abort time. Tbey hare also an excellent Lath Mill, and are prepared at all times to fur nish LATHS ia any quantity, at low rates. Give us a call, aud satisfy yourselves that we can do just what we say. - WM. MAUCK It SONS. White Clond, March 17, 1859-tf. Laid Office, Kickapoo, K. T. March 6th, A. D. 1859. TO LEWIS E THING TON; YOU are herebv notified, that at 0 o'clock, A. M-, on the 7th day of April, 1859, Francis E. Armstrong will offer proof in support of his right to Pre-empt the North-East Quax tor of Section Thirteen, (13,) Township Two, (2,) Range Seventeen, (17.) Yon being an ad verse claimant to said land, will be permitted to offer counter proof before us, at this Oflic, at that time. J- W. WHITFIELD, kegister. DAN'L WOODSON, Receiver, march 17, 59-3w. Land Offlc, kickapoo, K. T. March 5th, A. D. 1859. TO JESSE HANKS: YOU are hereby notified, that at 8 o'clock, A. M., on the 7th day of April, 1&9, Henry F. Macy will offer proof in support of his richt to Pre-empt the North half of the Sonlh West Quarter and tbe Sooth half of the North West Quarter of Section Eleven, (II,) Town ship Two, (2.) Runpe Fifteen, (15.) Yon being an adverse claimant to said land, will be per mitted to offer counter proof before us, at thia Office, at that time. J. W. WHITFIELD, Register. DttN'L WOODSON, Receiver, march 17, 59-3w. Lini Office, Kickapoo, It. T. March 5th, A. D. 1859. TO JAMES. T. FURNISH: YOU are hereby notified, that at 8 o'clock, A. M., on the 7tb day of April. 1859, Henry F. Macy will offer proof in support of his right to Pre-empt the North half of the Sooth West Quarter and the Sooth half of tbe Nortli West Quarter of Section Eleven, (11.) Town shipTwo, (2.) Range Fifteen, (15.) Yn being an adverse claimant to said land, will tfe per mitted to offer counter proof before us, at this Office, at that time. J. W. WHITFIELD, Reglrter. DAN'L WOODSON, Receiver, march 17, 59-3w. TUG LATEST AXD GREATEST AXHOTnrCEXXlTT! EXCAGEMtifT OF PSX1X PARLEY ST THE NEW YORK MERCURY. The Proprietor of (lie New York .Mercury realize a just pride and pleasure in announcing the engagement of the world-renowned and in imitable master of the humorous and graphic art, FELIX O. C DARLEY, who will hereafter cmplov his magic pencil in illustrating the series of First Class Novelettes by the best writer in America, which will be published In the columns of the NEW YORK MERCURY. The engagement of Mr. Darlcy, which was only accomplished after much ur-ent solicitation, and the offer of tbe most liberal inducements, will invest the Mercury with ait Aartmc rxa-rec-no in PICTORIAL DISPLAY, which cac Kjmuliri ij mn flier paper, and will prove the earncatnes of our determination to outvie all competition, and make the New York Mcrcnrv A MODEL OF EXCELLENCE, as a journal of American Literature and Art. Mr. iMricv naa engagea vt uesigu cacuuiw ly for the MERCURY, and for no em w lt ! and therefore, no co temporary sheet can hope to approach the New York Mercury in the beauty aad brillancy of unique and appropriate illustration. The first picture from Mr. Dartey' pencil will appear in the New York, Mercury, dated Feb. 19, 1859, in connection with a splendid romance of the tea, by Ned Buntline, entitled, SEA WAIF J OR, THE TERROR OF THE COAST. A Tale of privateering ia 1771 TERMS: Single copies, $3-00 in advance. Two M - Three - ' 5 00 " Eight and one extra to -getter up of dub, 12.00 All communications should be addressed to CAULDWELU BOUTHWOBTH WhTTKEf, Proprietors of the N. Y. Mercury, . - 23 Spruee street. New York. Specimen eptea seat free. t. c shuts, m. n. . r. siaCT. SHREVE &JUACY. DRUGGISTS, WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS. CT Dr. Shreve attend to the practie of Me dicine mad Surgery. He aay M ina a wi Drugstore.' feb.4A8.tf. DR. H. GRAVES. . PHYSICLAS AXD HIAWATHA. BROWN CO., KANSA, SIFFERS his nrofeasiooal servieea to the siek J ud &fHieid who anrrMaire theaa. - Ha ving bad a practice of thirteen year ia the Wes tern country, he flatters himself that he is thor oughly qualified ia the aaodifieatfons of disease II KANSAS SUFFERERS'" HOTICE TO CLAXXAKTS- VVHEREAS, mder the Pmvbhni of "Aa P J5?fTTMe..f8r tt fl-'t-eat and "-'" J t"PP"l February 7th. 17? " Br oeea duly appoint ed Commrssfoaer -to audit ail clainWfor the ioa of property taken or destroyed, aad daaa fif? Hn5 bTfn!' during the disorder that prevailed from November Ut, 1855, te De eember lt, 18i9." The aaid act provide, for tbe taking of testimony i. the iwirtr. position to all such el.iou ; the prewrvatioa of VJ M""7 ana we aceoapsirying vouch er and that duplicate copies be made Uierof r m purpose Of prcsenung sucb claima ia a Ung,ble form to the Congress of the United State for payment, ia connection with tbe onB- mnce w accompany the Conititutiou under wnica naaaa may applj for dmiasicai into the Union. To the end that be made to obuia from Congress compensation and indemnity for the losses and ri.. ..... Uined by the ciUsens of the Territory, without m fmnj, notice t beteby given that the undersigned Commissioners sforesaid, will hold sessions, and receive and et nrvu. .!.;, and proofs under said act, according to following AND REGULATIONS: I. AH persons claiminr tha IxneCt nf act, will do no, by sworn petition in wriUng, re ating in each case all tbe facts, circumstances, and date upon which the claim is founded, and present the bills of items or other vouchers du ly authorised. . - . t, All claims or amount' Dresented mni h supported by tbe fullest proof possible to be ob- wncu. i oe aignen legal evidence available will be required. 3. AM property etalmeanor u taken or Oa- stroyed, must be described with reasonable cer tainty, and the value thereof particularized and stated. - - - - 4. The testimony of two disinterested wit nesses upon a matcnnl print or statement of fact will be received as sufficient prima facia cinjrncc ..... 5. Ia ease of the absence of material wi encas es from tbe Territory, either Commissioner will, upon application, issue a suitable commission for the taking of necessary testimony. . Access wilt be granted, upon application, to any evidence io possession of the Commis sioners, or heretofore filed with Commissioner 8 trickier. 7. All application for indemnity or claims for losses must be made anew to the present Board wiuiout aoiay. 8. The Act applie only to the citizens of the Territory and those who were citizen st the time the Imcs and damages sought to be proV en, accrued. 9. The claims specified in the Act are those arising from the taking and destruction of prop- crtj nwjw wrrmuxt mr Mtaaiery cantribuiisnt. 10. Executors and Administrators hare the right to claim on the behalf of deceased per sons. 11. The petitions and vouchers can be filed with the Central Clerk. Caleb S. Putt, Law rence, or with either of the Commissioners. 12. Each petition and accompanving vouchers, win be forthwith examined by the Commiwion crs, severally, for information, aud then deliver ed to tbe Attorney for the Territory. 1 3. -Public sessions of the Commissioners will be held at Leavenworth, Lawrence, Osa watumie, Tecumseh, and Fort Scott, (and per haps other localities, where the iuterests of the Territory or the convenience of Dartics nui re. quire) at times hereafter to be designated.' i. i no isommiraoners desire as early In formation as possible of mil elaimi intended la Upretmttd. Such information, giving the names and residences of applicants and their witnesses, may be communicated by letter to the central clerk or either of the Commissioners, in advance of the filing of the petition. This is necessary in order that the Board may be prepared as exr lv as practicable to estimate the amount and lo cality of the business to be disposed of. ia. Ail pennons and applications will be sub mitted to the Attorney on the paitof the Terri tory, (Judge McKay,) a soon as practicable, forcxamiiiation ; and upon hi suggestion par tics will be required to produce before the Board, in public session, such witnesses as he or either of the Commissioners may desire to ex amine further. Parties will be duly notified wf the time and place when opposing testimony to any ot their claims will be produced and heard. 1C. Asa general rule the personal attendance of witnesses whose testimony may accompany petitions, win oe required by tbe Board at a pub lic session, for public examiuation or erosa ex amination, in relation to the facts set forth in such petitions. 17. Subpoena will be issued, on application of parties, to compel the attendance of witness es claimants paying officers' fees for serving. 18. A final hearing may be bad 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 hearing is demanded ; but ten davs may be waived by tlie Temtonal Attorney or cither two of tbe Commissi on era. 19. Awards will be made as soon as practica ble after final bearing. 20. 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 aa long a business ma v present or render advisable. 21. When petitions or aceomnanvlnr affida vits are sworn to by a Justice of the Peace, tbe County Clerk's certificate and seal should be attached. The Act above mentioned ia bread in It pro- vuions, and designed to benefit, without dis tinction of party, all bona fide citixens of the Territory who sustained losses within the period specified. All such are requested to come for ward as soon aa possible aad present just and honest statements of their losses, and unite their efforts in accomplishing the object in view by enabling the uudersigned to present a complete, full, fair and impartial statement of the losses and damages that have been entailed upon the citixens of Kansas by the political and social question devolved by Congress npon them for settlement. Dated Leavenworth Citv, K. T., Feb. 21 ,'59. EDWARD HOOGLAND, HENRY J. ADAMS, S. A. KINGMAN. Commissioners on Claims. P. S. Each newspsper 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 of each paper con taining the advertisement to be sent to the Cen tral Clerk, Caleb S. Pratt, Lawrence. MARRIAGE GUIDE! YOUNG'S GREAT PHYSIOLOGICAL WORK, or, Every one hi own Doctor Bcinr a Private Instructor for married persons or those about to marry, both male and female, la everything concerning the physiology and relations of our sexual system, and the produc tion or prevention of offspring, including all tbe new discoveries never before given in the Eng lish language, by WM. YOUNG, M. D. This is really a valuable and interesting work. It ia written in plain language for the general reader, and is illustrated with upwards of one hundred engravftigs. All young married people, or those contemplating Marriage, and having the least Impediment to married life, should read this book. It diadose secrets that every sae should be acquainted with. Still it is a book that most be locked up and not lie about the bouse. It will be sent to any one oa the receipt or twenty five cents. Address DR. WM. YOUNG, No. 416 Spruee St., above Fourth, Philadelphia, march 10, 59-ly. ' Hannibal & St. Joseph Railroad. NEW ROUTE OPENED FOR THE EAST AND SOUTH. - ON aad after MONDAY, FEBRUARY 28, thia Road will be peaod for business, throughout its entire length. Paaseager train will leave St. Joseph every morning, running through in oleven boor, and making rare and close connection with Packet p aad down the Mississippi River, and all tbe Railroad Lines, East and South. A Line of Packets will run in connection with the Road, above St. Joseph, to th Rliiflrk.outheooenuia-of aavintioa. Stace Line connect at St. Joseph from all parts of Kansas, Nebraska and W esteru lows. Travel from Nebraska and Western Iowa will find thia the lickt, casaest m4 tkempet routo to all points on the Mississippi -River and East. Through tickets can be had at the office ia 81 Joseph, tor nearly ail parm oi ui muwi. . - JOSIAH HUNT, Superintendent. P. 8. GaoAT, Cencral Ticket Agent. fcb.i0,59-lm. dr. Lwrs R E ill EDIES? HATE given satisfaction to those who hare used them.r They are always safe, and never tail to do gooa. try inem once, ywu will better what ia said of them. aad BALSAM, For the cure of Lang aad Throat disease Oourhs, CoMs, Croup, Weak Lmn, Hoarse aeas. Sore Throat, Pains ia the Chest, Whoop- ; i . . Tl l. . .. urungD, asm am, urenniiui uonsumpuoa. . The best medicine I ever sold for the par- pose. A. iaaswoBTBT, Druggist. Everybody here praises it. J. Hoaa. It ia very popular here. ' ' Gaoact Rosa, Druggist. I annat speak toe highly of it. i . k Rev. W. M. Owaoa. - . ' .. I ' ' EYE 9 A LYE, . For the rapid cure of every kind of Sore or Weak Eves Dimneaa of sight, Granulations or the lids, te. OLD SOKES V oferery kind are often cured ia a very short time, ana ia a most remarKaoie mannarij 1 eers, Scrofulous Sores, Fever Sores, Cancers I never saw such a medicine. It curs every ume. , o. j. hotdiw. It cured my eye without pain, and in a very abort time. - Capt. J. B. HaU- I was nearly blind four years, and was cured Dvtnis&alve. ur. a. Fwu. TaUisreasarkable. tie was blind over a vear. ana is now quite ueu. . nev. w. it. jiisTLxm. ANTI-BIirOl,S, OR LITER PILLS. ''t-th tliinc wW tkrih) li Bedd. Lrvn CowiXAiwrs yield often to a sincle box. Jaundice, Foul Stomach, Costiveness, Dyspep sia, Diarrbrear Dysentery, Impurities "of" the Blood, Headache, Costiveness, Sour Stomach, r even, uutno Ague, nous, sc Tbe best physic pills I ever used. - , . . - " " Da. WrLUAas. One box cured sue of Liver Complaint. . ' Rev. C-RoerxT. Certainly a superior article. . Rev. M. RtcHAtDso. ' THE LADIES FRIEND, Is a aaf and reliable Medicine for the cure of Diseases peculiar to Females White. Irreeu larities, Obstructed or Painful Menses, Turn of Life, Hearing iown, or I rolapsas. Excellent before confinement. Those who are weak and feeble after childbirth, will be greatly benefitted by their U3e. - They nrevent Miscarriage, relieve Nervous nesa, after pains,weakness,and give sound sleep. i aey are always sate. Try tbem once, and tnana us lor onenng uiem to you.. FEVER CURE PILLS. These rouse the Liver, cleanse the system from bilious matter, and certainly cure Ague, Chill Fever, and Bilious Fever; relieving Dys pepsia, Los or Appetite, aud Ucneral Uebilitj They cure every case. Col. Kit.mrrrxa, I never knew them to fail. J. AJ.W.Cbasc. We think tbey can't be beat f Rev. R. C. Cbami. Always cure, and no mistake. B. V. Vail. Gregory's Iattant Cure of Pain. '; Sure cure for Cholera, Cholera Mofbus, Diar rhoea. Tbe cheapest and best family medicine. This we can prove by what others say about it Hear their testimony, tben judge for yourself. Ixctant Coxa or Pai is the best medicine I ever sold. Geo. R. Tiiualls, Druggist Rhecuatism it always cures. A. J. Hixma . DvsrerMA, it cured one of the worst cases I ever saw. D. Wallace. Sicx HcAOACBi cured in fifteen minutes. Smith H. Torrx. Cholexa Mosses, Cholesa, cured by the hundred every year. Dr. Jcsss Haycock. In Vouiting and Pcacno it works like a charm. - Duct A Bakehosi. DuaaHOtAS stop almost instantly, when used. A case of Rheumatism, of forty years' stand ing, cured. C. Vischt, Agent It cures every thing. Dysentery, Headache, Toothache, Backache, Colds, Chilblains, Rheu matism, Sprains and Pains. It is everybody's medicine. Z. Yam Dratis. Agent Ciioleka Mosses, a very bad case relieved in fifteen minutes. Lacieice Ravumskl. - 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 you drink, and it will prevent the water from hurting you. This ccrtihei that 1 nave used in my family Dr. Lnnt's Fever Cure Pilia," and " Instant Cure of Pain," with success, and believe them to be invaluable medicine tn every family. C. Gbarau, ' Pastor of M. E. Church. White Cloud, September 28, 1858. I am satisfied of the truth of the above cer tificate. H. N. Seaves. For Sale by C. F. Jc!if i.ics. White Cloud, Kansas. -J. W. Rxxo, Iowa Point, T. STWvtwso, Highland, . " cpt 16,53-3m. NOTICE. ADDRESS communications concerning the business of the White Cloud Citv Compa ny, or making inquiries with regard to the same, to the undersigned. june3,58,tr. V. D. MAKItnAal. THOS- A. OSBORN, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, AUD SEAL ESTATE AGENT, ELWOOD, KANSAS, WILL practice in the several Courts in Kansas, investigate Titles, make Collec tions, attend to Conveyancing, buy and sell Land, make investments, sc. N. B. Particular attention paid to contested Pre-emptioa case. mar 37, 58. 6m. C. F. JEWIVGS & BROTHER, Forwarding and Commission Merchants, WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS. New Rood! WHOLESAIiE & RETAIL! AR E receiving and opening a large aad com nlete stock of '''.. DRY GOODS, ... GROCERIES, HARDWARE, "' QUEENSWARE, . SADDLERY, . CLOTHING, HATS k CAPS, BOOTS k SHOES, PAINTS OILS, PATENT MEDICINES, DOORS k SASH, FURNITURE, DRUGS Ac- Ac. Which they ars prepared to sell at the lowest figures, for Cash. ' aag.5,58, MILLS! MILLS!! fflllers ui Faraen, Taki Netlce! THE uadersigned,. havtag made arraage with tha heat houses in St. Louts, Cincinnati and Chicago, is now prepared to fur nish all kinds of Steam Mills and Mill Machine ry of the meet approved pUn. at tha shortest notice, ano wilt tunusn s a w pnra aa liberal terms as any Agent or Foundry ia the Western son try. Will also furnish Reap ers, aad Mowing and Threshing Machines. . The undersigned, beinR a practical Engineer, win set up aad warrant all works furnished by him. He caa at all times be found at White C'K'j0kNH.UTT. REFER TO CF. Jennings, WniU Cloud, Kansas. -p B. F. Ruffner k Co-, " - Peter.Tnuer k Co., Oregon, Mo. - Likens k Boyd, St. Joseph. Me. I. k E- Greenwald, Ciaeianatl, O. . Howard k Hinehmaa. SU Lewis, Ma. Cngsland at Ferguson, " , auyl3,58,tf. ... STEiOrTERRY li AT i :" ; : I WHITE CLOUD! ; f A LARGE, new aad excellent 1 fi- Stara Ferry Boat has been placed in the Missouri River, at White dead which will be ma ia all kinds of weather, when tbe rnrer is open, a often as may be required, oa week days; and on Sundays, four limes, via: between tne noun of 9 and 10 o'clock, A. M. and the hour of 4 and & o'clock, P. M. . This place is the terminus of the State Road from 1 1 Pes Moines, Iowa; there is an excel lent road leadinr to Forest Citv and Oreeon mo.; and good roads leading into tae back country of Kansas aad Nebraska, to which White Ctoad ia at least six miles nearer taaa any other river town. This Boat is one qf the best in the river, and is manned by an experien ced engineer and Pilot, and a sober, active and punctual set of bauds. Persons wishing to have themaetvea, theiv stock, lumber, or freight of any fciad transported across the river, will fad White Cloud tbe place for them to be accommo dated in the best manner, with the least possi ble delay on eitner snore. Ferrying done at rpdueed rates, juae 10,58,tf. ; Choice Land for Sale: C! EVER AL tracts of valuable Land, in the O vicinity of Whit Cloud, are offered for sale on reasonable terms. ' The laad is ot the very best quality, convenient to the river and to timber, and would be a profitable investment to persons desiring to engage in tbe farming business. Also, a numberof choice Lots in White Cloud. For particulars, inquire of the undersigned, at White Uloud, Kansas. aug. 26, 5d, tf. V. D. MARSH AM. EVERYBODY WANTS IT. T3LANCIIARD-S New Sheet Map of Mis- soar! sod Kansas. 100 Agents can find profitable employment selling it For terms, address KUrUS BLAPILMAKU, 53 LaSalle Street, Chicago, III. Newspapers copying the above, shall have a copy of the Map sent by mail, pre paid. B. Ft RCFF.VEB & CO., WHOLT-SALE AND RETAIL, DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES, Forwarding ft Commission Merchants, WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS. For the Fall and Winter Trade! WE take great pleasure in announcing to our friend and customers,' that we hare received our Fall and Winter stock oP Dry Goods anil Grocirie, Hardware, yneenswarp, Boots and Shore, HaU aud Caps, . Keady Made CIotlun, Furniture, Sash and Doors, Plastering Hair, Patent Medicines, and a variety of other articles, too numerous to mention. We are oflenng our Uoods at prices to suit the present Hard Times, lor Cash, and Cash onlr. Give us a call before purchasing elsewhere, and examine our extensive stock of Goods. B. r . KUr rNKK. UU. W hits Cleud. October 28, 1 858, tf. Hark Ye! Hark Ye! STONE MASONRY. THE ubscriber, being an experienced Stone Mason, and havine located at White Cloud, takes this method of informing the public that he is rcadv. on the shortest notice, to undertake all jobs in his line, such as building Foundations, Walls. Arches, and also Uisterns. in all sued work he has had much experience, and flatters himself that he can turn out jobs inferior to no other mechanic in the Territory. Orders are respectfully solicited. June iu, as, tr. u. u tvnniici. ST. w. FXTia. j. a. raaxr. iaa rmi. P ETER, FRAZER & CO,, DEALERS IN DET GOODS, GR0CEEIES, Beets, Shots, nits, Caps, Bonnets, QUEE.VS WAKE, IKOX, NAILS, CCTLERT, DREGS AND PATENT MEDICINES, OREGOX, MISSOURI. jane 10.58, ly. W. G. SARGENT, Attorney and Connscllor at Law, NOTARY PUBLIC, Aad Commissioner for Maine, 9fassa caesetts, new York-, Keaiuckr, and Missoari. BROWN COCNTV, KANSAS. tT Post Office Address Hamlin, Hiawatha, or Padoma, Brawn county, Kansas. Jj feb. 3, 59-ly. V. D. MARKHAM. ATT0IIXET AT LAW 4 REAL ESTATE AG EXT, WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS, WILL practice in all the Courts of Doni phan. Brown, and tbe adjoining Counties; par taxes for non-residents, and buy and sell lands. Particular attention paid to collections in Kansas, Nebraska, and North-West Missouri. OFFICE ON MAIN STREET, jan. 20, 59-tf. HOWARD ASSOCIATION, Philadelphia. A BennoUnl I$tiiutin tttMitked if ipeeial i Ednement ff He Relief ef the Sie tma Ditrttttd, mfflietii teith rWeal ad Epidemic Ditttt. THE HOWARD ASSOCIATION, in view nt tha awful destruction oi human life, caused by Sexual diseases, and the deceptions practiced upon the unfortunate victims of such diseases by Quaeks. several Tear afro directed their Con sulting Surgeon, as a Charitable Act worthy of tneir name, to open a uispnary lor ane treat ment of this class of diseases, in all their forms, and to cive medical advice eratis, to all who ap ply by letter, with a description of their condi tion, face, occupation, habits of life. Ac.,) and in eaaes of extreme oovertv. to Fpaian Mem axe Fsei or Caaaoc It ia needless to add that the Aswciatioo commands the highest Med ical skill of the age, and will furnish the most annmred modern treatment. The Director of tha Association, in their Annual Report upon the treatment ot Sexual Diseases, for the year ending January 1st, 1853, express the hiehest satisfaction with the success which has attended the labors of the Consulting Sisrreon. ia the cure of Spermatorrheaa, Seuii- aal Weakaess, Impotence, Gonorrbora. Gleet, Syphilis, the vice or Onanism or seit-aonse, fcc-, and order a continuation of the same plan for the ensuing year. . , The Director, oa a review of the past, feel assured that their labors in this sphere of aeaev lent effort have beea of great benefit to t afflicted, especially to the young, and they VrJJ resolved to devote themselves, with seal, to this very Important and mncV JePei . j Sdermatorraera. ov a : w .v.- of Oaanism. Mas- tarfwtiaa. ar self-abuse. and other diseases of tb aexual organ.' y the Consultint Surgeon, will b sunt oy mail 0 a sealed envelope,) rax orcwaaocoa receipt of two rraurs for post age. Other Reports and Tract on tha nature aad treatment of sexual diseases, diet, are eosstaatly being published for gratuitous djstrl ..J will hm sent to the afflicted. SouM of the new remedies and asethod of treatment discovered daring the last year, artot grea Address, for Report or treatment. Dr. SKIL f iv HAiTflfTTni. Aetinc Snrseoa, Howard AswcUlioo, No- S South Ni-th struvt, Philada. Br order of the lnrervw. , ' wnT, . n tir 1 BTUfrf t. VmUMf. ZlBt. V. UKak .w ' ' Gcosmc FarscnrLw, SeertUrj. Jaly32,lSaeMy. www ARCTIC imBEST- nniS iaoaspraMe Liniment, upon which the A great mas of the afflicted of all lands aoW rely for relief from the pangs of Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Gout. Erysipelas, Cancer. Scrofula, sprains. Horns, scalds, and all cutaneous disea ses, is rapidly superseding' all similar prepara tions. Oa Battle Triumphaat 1 Mrs. Moffitt,No 315 Morgan street, St. Louis, having suffered for three year with Rheuma tism, and tried many preparations withont effect, was cured by oa Bfty cent bottle or Arctic Lin iment. St. Loins, Mo., April 23, 1958. Tux Docroas Cooi.ox't Cirac Urn. Menrs. Bragg k Burrowes Gentlemen: I have suffer ed from Salt Rheum for si x years. I have been sorely afflicted, mv face. eves, and ears were covered with sores from the Salt Rheum, and mv hands wete so bad, that I feared I ahoald lose the use of them; mv ingwr nails came off. and my bands were oae mass nf sores when I commenced using Brag's Arctic Liniment, and by the use of five small bottles, I was entirely cured, new nails have grows oa my fingers, and I am now entirely free from all sores or any rel ics of Salt Rheum. Previous to usin-r the Aretie Liniment, Y hjaf been wader the treataaent of several of the moat eminent physician in this citv, sad I aever re ceived any benefit from their treatment. G. W. IIATUOX, Belcher & Bro. Sugar Refinery. Aa Explosion. Mtanns, Tsrnt., Nov. S3. 1557. I hereby certify, that having been badlv bruised and scalded by tbe explosion of a Steam Boiler, a rnend indaced me to try Brags s Are tie Liniment. The smart was instantly extrac ted from the scalds, and in a verv short time, all the pain was gone from the bruises. In two week I was well, and able to returns my busi ness. HCUKI liAVEKIllia., Residence, Jackson st. Good for Animals. This invaluable Liniment is also equally effi cacious in curing the diseases of animals, a wit ness the following certificate: Messrs. J. & A. Amot. aad Lmch, A mot k Co.. keep the two largest Livery Stables in the West, and are gen erally known thoogliout the United States: I sr. Ixx-ii, Dee. s.1, too. We. the unilcrsiCTed.harlne used Dr. Bragg's Arctie Liniment for a number of months, cheer- fullr testify to its snnerior efflcacv in curing the diseases of horses; so well are we satisfied of the Arctie beins the best Liniment made, that w would use no other. We keep and hare kept for a number of years, extnive livery stable this citv, and consequently our expenenee about horses and their diseases is great, and we nnbesitatiugly say, that the Arctie Liniment is the oulv one we have ever found always effec tive. We cordially recommend It to all Livery Stable keepers, and others having the care of horse. J- AA.ARNOT, LYNCH, ARNOT k COM Chesnut street. CaOTioi. Many Druggists, having old Lini ments on hand, will try to sell them to yon as the best, but do von positively refuse to pur chase them. Ask for Bragg's Arctie Lini ment," and take no other. LiBcaii, Paorostrio. Tbe proprietors agree to furnish each purchaserof a dollar bottle, with a free subscription to the United State Journal, for on year. This is one of the best New York illustrated papers. A certificate, entitling tbe holder to the benefit of this proposition, is en closed in the wrapper around every bottle. The Arctic Liniment is put up in 35 cent, 50 cent, and fl bottles. The 50 cent and $1 bottles eon tain 50 and 100 per cent more Liniment in pro portion to their eot, and are the eheaoest. For ale by BRAGG k BURROWES, Sole Proprietors, St. Louis, Missouri. IT" For sal in St. Joseph, by VanLear, Brit tain k Hardv, Starling, Loving k McDonald, and W. R. Penick. BOLD BT Shreve k Macy, White Cloud, Kansas; Reed 4 Stnrges, Iowa Point, " James N. York, Doniphan, " J. H. Maun k Co., Brownville, Nebraska; Peter, F rarer k Co., Oregon, Mo.; Barnard, Alams k Co., St. Louis; And by all Druggists. June 3, 1853. ly. "WILLIAM MAQUILKEN! Hons, Sign, and Ornamental Painter, LAZIER, PirER MXGER, VC, WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS, IS prepared to execute all work of the above kinds, in a superior manner. Having had thirty-five years' experience, he flatters himself that bis work will compare favorably with that of any other person West of the Missouri River. Will slso attend to putting on I ire and -Wa ter Proof and Gravel Roofing ha ving had much expencnesin business of this character. july a, 7.tr. "TIM BE RCA N D. And Interest In Steam Saw 91111, For Sale! I OFFER for sale one-fourth interest in the Steam Saw Mill of Ulsh k Thrailkill, on Rush Island, two and a half miles belew White Cloud. Tbe mill is nearly new, i in good or der, and i on of the best in the country, with an extensive run of custom. Also, will sell with tbe mill, ortr-five acres of timber land, adjoining the mill, aud border- ine for a quarter of a mile oa the river, loere is on this land a wood-yard and excellent steam boat landing, which renders it unusually desir able. I offer the land and interest In mill for $1200. I want 1300 cash, by the 1st of April, 1859. The balance I will take, if preferable to the purchaser, in good prairie land within six miles of White Cloud or Iowa Point. If one-fourth of the mill is not sufficient to occupy the time of the purchaser, I will rent him another fourth, on reasonable terms, and take pay in lumber or sawing. Call on the subscriber, on the premises. ' dec2,58-tf. HENRY ULSH. TO THE SQUATTER STORE, IN WHITE CLOUD! WHERE the subscriber hasjust received a new and fresh supply of Fall and Winter Goods, consisting of . Dry Coeds, Groceries, rrtTlsIons, Hardware, Queennrare, Glssrw-are, TINWARE, WOODENWAKE, Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, GLOVES AND HOSIERY, Carpenters Tcols, FAlfCY ARTICLES, HOTI05S, AC, which he will sen at Wholesale or Retail, for Caah, as low as can be bought anywhere in this upper country. W. H. VAN DOREN White Cloud, Kansas, no v. , sue DRY UIDrS WASTFP. ,0 tt'cn higher market price wB! ' P ' or Goods, by Sum 1. tf. Atni Tf"rRODECB of all kinds ta- J Tune 3, 53, tf. W. H. VAN DOREN. GEORGE P. LUCKHARDT, Watcnmiier, nd Dealer la - WATCHES, CLOCKS dc JEWELRY, OREOOlf, HOLT CO, MO , rTlAaES the liberty to inform theeitisena of JL W bit Ulouj ana vicinity, tnai ne nas opened a Watch, Clock and Jewelry Store in Oregon, Holt County, Missouri, wnere ne win keen constantly on hand, and for sale, a good assortment of Gold and Silver Watches, Clocks and Jweh-y, which bo will sell extremely low, for Cash. Also, a fine lot of Violins, Accorde and Plated Spectacles. Gold Peas. with Gold and Silver Extension Cases, Silver Thimbles, c, Ac. - Ha U Drrared to repair Watches, Clocks and Jewelry of every description, ia the best manner, Kit aw iw most reasooaoie terms. yvy article bought la his wstabCshment, is rranted to ho what they are represented to be. Watch repairing warrant lor on year june4,'57,tf. GOME 01 COME ALL! Hasbsea before the pubtic for mors tbsa 21 years, and i deservedly popular. ' From ?". C. Dillaye k CrpntrL Syracuse. N. V rt. ,t ,acc . . . X We take rrsat pleasure ia bain; abre to that we h v- ld y jut O argliag Oil more tha tea yasr.aad bar, aever heard a complaint from a purchaser. ; From S. Braytoa, Lowville, Wi., Apr- 34a.'50. I have eonverssd with several of my neigh bora, who cy "They are acquainted with your Gargling Oil. hiviug frerruvatly need it for both Man and aad apeak very highly of it curative qwilrties, and expresa a wish that it might be left for sale ia this ptace.- -. . From Messrs. S. L. Jackson k Co., South Cia-f .son, Tenn., April 17, IS53. . f Th Oil take like hot cakes ia this country W will soon have to order another tot, ia 'r der to get it her in ti me. ' From J. M. Irwin k Co., Saliawrflla, Ohio, . Ktrch3d, 1859. T We hve sold the last bottle of the Gargling1 Oil. S ties are rapid now, though it waasomo timebeforewe got it started. It is entirety th best article we have ever sold. It has posh formed a crl many sores, when all other M diciaes failed to do any good. - - - Caation to Farchaaeru. Th only ennin hs G. W. Merchant Lockport, N. Y.," blowa in each bottle, and al-j so hss his tignature over the cork. ET P.mphlets gratuitously faroKned ' by agents, with Testimonials of ita utility. i ' All 'orders addressed to the r.s MERCHANT'S GARGLING OIL CO.. , Lockport, N. Y, ' CT For sal by Drugri.sts and Merchant generally, through the United Slates. British Possessions, and other Countries. And by - Snauvu k Macr, White Cloud. R rb k Stwboxs, Iowa Point. - l. " Pan, Faaxxa k Co., Oregon, M. . , Jones A Co., Mound City, Mo. And by one or more agents In every town in the vicinity. Who! iale at all large commcr-' rial towns.' ept. 30, 5S. ly. ZOOK & BALDWIN, Wholesale anal Retail Dealers in DRUGS, MEDICIIVES, PAINTS, OILS, DYE STUFFS, ; Fine Teas, Cigars, Tobacco, Perfumeries, FOREST CITY, MO. jun4,'57,tf. rilHE nndersigned have formed a o partaer JL hio, under the firm of LIKF.5S & BOYD, As 6nral Land and Saal Estat Aguats, ST- JOSEPH, MO., and will give prompt attention to all and every branch of business pertaining to Real Estate Agencies furb as the Entry of Lands, ia any of the North-Western States and Territories, either by Land Warrant or by Money. We will also attend to the purchase and sal of improved Real Estate, Town Lot, ke. LAND WARRANTS BOUGHT AND SOLD. Remittance by Land Warrants, or exchange ' on some one of the principal cities, mint aeeoss-' pany all orders. JOHN H. LIKEN', JOHN W. BOYD , REFERENCES. Hon. C. J. Faulkner, of Tirginia; Hon. Wm. Hambleton, of Maryland; Wm. M. Marshall, Esq., of Hsgentown Bank, Maryland; Henry M. Brent, Esq., Cashier of Valley Baak of Virginia; Cato Moore. Esq., Cashier of Valley Bank, , Charlestown, Virginia ; D. Burkhart, Cashier of Bank of Berkeley, Virginia; J Allen C. HimmooJ, M. D., Berkeley Co. . Virginia; . . , - Drakelv k Fenton, Baltimore, M4.; . Josiah Lee k Co., Bankers, Baltimore; Brown k Johnston. Bankers, Vieksbarg h, -Mississippi; Cuddy, Brown k Co., New Orleans; ... Jack A Bros., Louisville, Kv.; Andrew Hnnter, Ear., Chartestowa, V.; Jesse D. SlinglulT, President of Commercial A Farmers' Bank, Baltimore; W. Bollman, General Superintendent Balti -more and Ohio Railroad; Forsvth k Baker, Wheeling, Vs.; Bela'M. Haghes, St. Joseph, Mo.; Silas Woodson, " Reuben Middletbn," E. B. Webb, Carmi , 111. ; A. T. Stewart A Co-. New York ; Gage, Dater k 81oan, ane 35.57. tf TBK ECLECTIC CULLEGS 07 SIKDrcnU, . CINCINNATI, OHIO. THE SPRING SESSION of 153, wfll ' commence on th 9th of February, aad eatiaa ; sixteen weeks. A full and thorongb eo--a of t Lectures will be given, oceopvlnw ! . hours daily, with good onr unities far sttea tioa to practical my, and with ample CUa-- ical faciltiee at tbe Commercial Hospital. . '. .1 Thrraagemcnt of the chair will be as foJ-1 W' T. E. St. JOHN, M. D., ' " J Vrofetmrof AnaUmf and FkjtioUgy. , J. F. JCDGE, X. D., . ... y, Pnfeuot Caeaustry and Fkarmatf. A. J. HOWE, X. D., v Profetptr af Strpery. . .' ' C. n. CLEVELAND, X. I- . . ' Prjfettar af Materia Mtiita a Tiertprutu. WM. SnERWOOD, X. D., , la Prtfettor tf Jw"-At Vradlca and Pa&aiayy, a, au BLtHAnsLif, Sa. Yi . , Enur Vnfeuor af Ceremral PiymaUfy aa ,, lastitatea af Medicine. , . , v. .., . JOHN KING, X. D., I'. Prtfetaoraf Olttrtrict and Diataauaf Warn,', , ' . sad Children. The Terms fur the Session will be th sam . a heretofore, vis: Matriculation, $5,00. Ta- . rtioo. t00,00. Donoivirator'a Ticket, 15,00 . ( Every Stadrat la required lo engage hi diasee lioa onesewion before graduation.) Gradaatioav- ' friS.fO. - Ticket to Commercial Hospital, (op . lional) i5,00. ' . The Lectore.Roonra are newly finiahed.aeat, and comfortable, and in a central locality, (hi " College Hall, Walaot Street.) where students -will find it convenient lo call oa their arrival. - Tickets tor the seanoo may bo obtained of , ihaDeaaaftha "&, at his office. No. 113 Smith street, or af Prof. C. II. Ctuitun,' ' Seeretarapj li FataUa, No. 139 Seventh St., ' near Elm. JOHN KING, M. D-, ia. july 15, lS53-ly. - A Monthtv Magazine of 4S pages, eondnVted " by the Faculty of the Eclectic CoUegw of., Medicine, UpobUabod at On Dollar a Year, pavabls ia advaoos. Tho volant of th Jour-' nal commences with tit year. CommunicaUons for subscription, or for spec! men numbers, fhowld b directed to - -, . Dr. C. H. CLE A VELAND, PubKhr, : r 1 39 Seventh street, Cincinnati, O. . . luty 15, 185d-Iy. in this climate. ; . aay , oo, ay.