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tiae about Annexing South Kansas. Platte rollout, &-JfcLea'tni0iher' f2?or Disturbing U Peac.--SuU Supposed tol Mortally el - t. Amvrm oinM) meeting " nem " 'c ' , , ihsska' City for the parpose of wnd- ?!!L , ik. Kansas Constitntion- iffintioa. Speeches were ma-le in V of and Sin8t tho proposition. T. . ... mnch excitement General slC5e"u," :lt in nnnnsitinn ..... wss vetr "J"-"" -err tlu movement . TT crsvs the lie to bich was resented by ,e pe"on' r' i rna,l I) Calhonn. Ilere ".l-i m.Ice ensueJ, when a German MriM w" : . i . r , pistol and fired at some one. bat Li his aim. Jndge Bennett, seeing aTdUoI. rnshed forward with a stick. j it il id. struck the German, when woanding lienneu in me groin, kicb. ft u &otlEiit' w!u ProV6 faUl " -,;.mntat this time became so wine, s mob was about to be raised to I.,, tbe German. Jndge Miller, arriving ..L nlM. a aelled the excitement The Gennu vis arrested and placed in the u-k-nn with fire men to guard him. r' .l. .re c i d nr.. r ArullMV U1B IHUW.Ul V. a iubovu -nwrmL and his furniture capsized. which Gen. McLean and two or three j,-. Were arrested on suspicion, and .. .i f jr .- u: Irft. Calhonn was arresiou tor uisiuruinn peace in the meeting. Lear. Herald. DltECTFROX THS GoLD MlilES Ml.VERS if.n.T 25 Cexts a Day! Great rem Wast or Food. The i;Jis Advertiser oi toe iiu, soys mat "Lfl . . e .1 . - lfkiL 1 . f. V. C. Ichern. of Dodgeville, Wis., iu juat returned from the Cherry Creek (j!J FicM, whither he went last No- rember. He walked in irora me mines u esllsl) to Leavenworth in twenty-one " ii ? l !.:.. : diy. Us is an oia miner, nu ins eyi ime of the small value of the country fur mining purposes, goes to show that it ii a humbug, almost if not quite, equal to that of Frazer River. He worked nch n'l diligently, but the most be ever ! in one day at mining was twenty in ml ! He ways further, that he saw my actually crying loraomeuung 10 eat He met an immense emigration going thitlwr. on whom his discouraging story ltd other apparent effect than to urge tbe crowd forward. Large quantities of ravitions were on the way ; but Mr. ehsra says the people in the mines have nothing to bay with when they get there, isdUrn'a (h y will be found so maddened with hanger as to take possession of them hj force. Who has the Roctk? Proposals for transporting a daily mail from Bt Jo wph, via. Elwood, Iowa Point White Cloud, ttulo. Brownvil le and Nebraska City, to Umaha in Nebraska Territory, vera to hare been opened on the 15th of !4 month. We are anxious to know who lias the route. Tho commercial re lations of St Joseph with the points iitnM, nlready important are soon to reach a maguitude which will command the attention of all our business men, and sis therefore necessary that the mail fu tlitia between us 6hould be of tho very t kind. The trade of St Joseph with upper Jiusoori river towns, will in a very few rears, -amount to millions of dollars, and it ii for our interest to aid in every en terprise which tends to a nnion of inter estt, and a oneness of feeling between onr ors city, and all those located still fur tier sp tbe river. St. Jo. Gat. Boston, May 9. Aa election was held to-day to docide en the proposition made by the Legibla tnre providing for an amendment to the Coustitntion to debar the foreign-born citizen from tho right of voting for two jsars after the completion of bis nataral iwtion. The returns from eighty towns show the following result: Yeas 12.837; 8,132. In this city the vote stood : yeas. 2,519; nsya, 2,809. The indicar tiotw from the vote, as far as received, are that the amendment has been carried by a larve maioi itr " j j Rkttrs or a Ha On Tneslj last a hand cart company "wurmen returned to Atchison alter " Wnee of two mnntha. Their snc- led in getting as for an Fort Kearney, hfB they received such discouraging re- rrt from thn tniniu hf Ittnv f nnna WermineJ to return, which they did f- " "U'lergoing many hardships and pn- 8TEAHB0AT SEQISTER, 1859. Port of White Cloud. rassss bows 6 10 16 16 19 23 24 26 26 30 Florilda, March 10 W.E.Tutt, Thos. E. Tutt, iimuit, '"UhaCity, Omaha, Omaha City, Emigrant Sioax City, Hesperian, E. M. Ryland, Asa Wilgus, Spread Eagle, White Cloud, April Hannibal, Omaha, Iatan, E. A.Ogden, Wm. Campbell, .. John Warner, Emigrant, Sovereign, Hesperian, St. Mary, Spread Eagle, Wm. Campbell, Sioox City, St. Mary, Thos. E. Tutt, Isabella, W. Campbell. May E. M. Ryland, St. Mary. Duncan S. Carter, Wm. Campbell, Omaha, AsaWilgua, Florence, Carrier, St, Mary, Iatan, Wm. Campbell, M. RjltnJ, WdEa-le, J'tClo,d, HaaaiDal, 31 31 April 5 y"a, latu M-?Sa, '"'Pl, Campbell, ncr, 'a,in, rT-Pbell, 4 4 S e 10 Botnbart "traot, rTnnn , T P7"e Lots for Sate 9 FBAUb .. 'T Mr , Lota, foVmcr-.u7w?i,.,J- Q- A.Trv, oa Market C!2?d- for sal., on !r"l fen' 'Lou are enclosed with THE CHEAPEST AND BEST NEWSPAPER, IS TBE ILLUSTRATED UNITED STATES JOURNAL. New Yoaa iLurmUTu Uanr.o Statu Joca hal EzTaAOaoiNAav A;i.iov.fcca!EiT. Ererr porchaaer of a $1 boUle of the Arctic Liniment, receives, at Dr. Bragg'a expense, the United Stale Journal, of New York, for one year. The Journal is a large illustrated paper each number containing 16 pagea, beautifull j printed on Clear white paper, and filled with original matter from the most brilliant writers of the country. You can bay the Arctic Liniment at any Drug s"re. june3,ie58. s M. PETTENGILL & CO.'S ADVEIITISINO AGENCY, 119 Nauam St.,N. Y., and 10 State St., Bottom. S. M. PETTENGILL & CO. are the agents for the " Chief," and the most influential and I arrest circulating Newspapers in the United States and the Canadas. They are authorized to contract for us a't our lowest rates. J. S. POST, GcBcral Newspaper. Adver tising and Subscription Agent, second story, north-west comer of Chestnut and Third Rts., St. Louis, is our authorised Agent in that city, and is empowered to contract at our regular rates, and receipt for us. Messrs. ROUNDS k LANG DON. of Chica go, are onr authorised Agents for that city. CHICHESTER fc SANFORD. IWrietors of the Merchants' Advertising, Commission and Collecting Agency, are Agents for this paper, in me ciues oi rnuaoeipnia ana Baltimore. mmmku NEW HOUSE AND NEW GOODS! n. r. RUFFNER & CO. HAVE removed their Store to thelaie new brick storehouse on the Levee, and hare received a freak stock of Dry Goods and Groce ries, which they are selling at the verv lowest figures, for Cash. Former customera, and the public generally, are invited to call and see for themselves. White Cloud, May 19, 1860-tf. ATTACHMENT. Brfore Laltan Prildwrd, Jatitt f the Peace, of iota lewiulup, lMmpAa Vauntf, A. T. Lyeortes Nolaod vs. ) PlainUff. 1 PI 1 Abraham Grooms and Alford Williams. efendants. ON the 26th day of April, 1859, said Justice issued an order of attachment in the above entitled cause, for the sum of Sixty-Five Dol lars, (f oa.j and said canne stands eontinned to. and will eoiae on for final hearing, on the l?th day of June, 1859, at 2 o'clock, P. M. LYCORTES KOLAND, PlainUff. S. M. Gloves, Attorney for Plaintiff. May 19, 1 859-3 w. MORTGAGEE'S SALE. WHEREAS, Lyman Eldridge, on the 2d day of August, A. D. 1858, executed aud delivered to David Whittaker, his mortgage, with a power oT sale therein contained, (first giving thirty days notice in some paper publish ed in the Oounty of Doniphan,) couveying to the said David Whittaker the following descri bed real property, situated and lying in the County of Doniphan. Territory of Kansas, to wit: The South half of the North-West Quarter of Section No. Twenty, (20,) in Township No. rour (4) rvouth, or Kangc Mo. I wenty-aix (.t) East, in Kansas Territory, containing eighty acres, more or less; and Lots Nos. Due and Two, (1 and 2,) in Block Two Hundred and Eighty-Seven, (287,) in the Doniphan Town Extension, with all and singular the appurte nances thereunto helongiug, or iu any wise ap pertaining, to secure the Said David V hittakir n the payment of a promissory note, executed by tbe said Lyman Cldridge to the said David Whittaker, on the 21 day of August, A. D. I85ri, for the sum of One Hundred aud Fifty Dollars, and due six months from date, with in terest at the rate of fire per cent, per mouth from date until paid: and whereas, said note now remains due aud unpaid. Now, therefore, by virtue of the power in me vested, I will, on Saturday, June 25th, 1859, in the town of Troy, Domohan County, Kansas territory, in trout ol the Court Houxe door, sell said described pre raises, for cash in hand, to the highest and best bidder, to satisfy said note with interest. Said gale to take place between the hours of 9 o' clock, A. M., and 5 o'clock, P. M., of said day. DAVID WHITTAKER. May 19, 1853-3w. FOK SALE! A GREAT BARGAIN! tXSR ORIGINAL SHARE iu thej City of KJ White Cloud! This Share, which is equal to Tkirtf Sub Slutrr, and embraces Six Sub Shares already issued, and Twenty-Four yet to be issued, can be bought, on application to the subscriber, at the low price of ,tOO, which will render the price of Sub-Shores less than $75 each. V. D. MARKHA.M, may 1 2, 53-tf. White Cloud. Kansas. ST St. Joseph Daily Gaxette insert 3 months, and send bill as above. TRUSTEE'S SALE. TTHEREAS, Michael Byrd. by his Deed of y t rust, aawume lenio aayoi nuvmucr, Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-Eight, and recor ded in the oftice of Recorder of Deeds, for the County of Doniphan, in the Territory of Kanaas, nnt, f. mm R liil nnvv to the nnder- signed Trustee, the following lots or parcels of . . . . r n.i land, lying ana neing in tne uwdit i phan, Territory of Kansas, to wit: Lots num bered thirteen (13) aud fourteen, (14) in Block fortv-nine, (49) and Lots numbered four (4) and "five, (5) in Block fifty, (50) and Lot nnra- KamJ j-tno 1 an HI war fifir .'Sfll In the Town of White Cloud, Kansas Territory; which said conveyance was in trust, however, to secure vne payment of eertain notes therein particularly described: And whereas, it is provided in said Deed, that if said notes shall not be well and truly paid on or before the'first day of April, i eo i.. ..ij .., nf thn iMnnd nart mx no ceed'to sell the property above described, or any part tnereoi: Ana wnerew, w not been paid as provided by said Deed of Trust; Now, therefore. I, Sajnuei Word, Trustee as aforesaid, at the request of the holder of said notes, and in pursuance and by authority of the said Deed of Trust, do hereby give notice, thst ti h. ofi.K d.. nf May. A. D. 1859. between the hours of ten o'clock, in the fore noon, and five o'clock, ta tne afternoon oi hn day, at the front door of the etore house of B. F. Ruffner & Co., in tbe town of White Cloud, Doniphan County, Kansas Territory, I will pro ceed to sell the above described property to the highest bidder, at public vendue, for cash ia hand, in order to pay and satisfy all amount remaining unpaid and due on the note afore said, together with tug cost and expenses of ex ecuting this trust. SAMUEL WORD, Trustee. May 5, 1859-tda. CITY HOTEL. WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS. JOHN II. UTT, : : X PROPRIETOR. THIS HOUSE, which has just been enwinleted. ia one of the 1 arrest and finest ia the West- It is now open to the pub lic, and will be kept in a style equal to the best Hotels. Every department will be conducted in such a wav as to afford the greatest amount of comfort to those stopping at tbe House. THI TAILS Will at all times be suppHed with the very beet that tbe market affords, both of the neces saries and the delicacies of life. TSX rXXZFZX'O APAXTXZXTB Are roomy and well ventilated, and the bed ding will always be foaad La good condition. THS BALM Is supplied with a variety or Liquors, Cigars, Fruits, etc., of a choice quality. There are likewise good Stabling and Feed for Horses, and a competent person to take charge of them. - The House can accommodate a Urge number of persons, and the aUnost attention will ever be given to the wants of the public April 51, lf5!Mf. NOTICE OF ATTACHMENT. V Wastries Cowrt of Kansas . c.tury, auuas witkia aaa for Do lphaa County SeptcsaberTertB, A. D, 18&9 Edwin S. Ualsey 1 t Attachment. Clifton Hellen. S I I . cme tne plainUff, Edwin S i j ?TT','Tn,,ttornejs,TenneutA Wrig ley, and filed an affidavit uailnv k. . feudaut, Clifton Hellen, could not be served with a process in this Territory; it is therefore ordered by the Clerk in vacation, that the de- icnuani oe notified, by publication being made in the White Cloud C.l.i.r . .m... ..k lisiieVn 016 citT "f Whit Clol. and County Territory aforesaid, for six auccesaiTe weeks, of the nendener of ihia of which is to obtain judgment for the sum of iiunarea ana bexenty h ire Dollars, with """l ai uie rate oi sis per cent per annum, from the LhirtT fint iliiv r Ann a n taca it being the amount due the nlmintifT frnm th aienuani; ana thaUiis propertv has been attached to pay Die said sum, and that unless he plead, answer or demur to tbe plaintiff's pe tition filed in thlMause, within the time pre scribed by law, j.Ajhjent will be rendered against . -' .1 J r . aou nil properly sola to pay the same. Witness, Jas. R. Whitehead. Clerk of aaid Court, with the seal thereof affixed, at mv of- nee, in tbe city orTrov, this 22J day of April, JAS. R. WHITEHEAD, Clerk By SAM'L D. BENIGHT, D. C. May 5, 1859-6w. NOTICE OF ATTACHMENT. la the First District CoOrt of Kaasas Territory, Kitting ia aad for Doaiphaa September Term, A. U. 1829. Vernon C. Drain ) vs. Attachment. John D. Famuhanon. ON this day came the plaintiff, Vernon C. Drain, by his attorneys, and filed an affi davit, stating that the defendant, John D. Far- qunarson, could not be served with process in this Territory; it is therefore ordered by the Clerk in vacation, that the dufendant be nod. tied, ,y publication being made in the White iioua ciuer, a newspaper published in White Cloud, Doniphan County, and Territory afore said, for six successive weeks, of the pendency of this suit, the object of which is to obtain judgment for the sum of Three Hundred Dol lars, with interest from the 27th dav of Febru ary, A. D. 1857, it being the amount due the plaintiff from the said defendant, ic.j and that bis property has been attached to pay the said sum, and that unless he plead, answer or de mur to the plaintiff's petition filed in this cause, witnin t lie timo prescribed by law, judgment win oe renaerea against mm, and his property sold to pay tho same. Witness, JasvR. Whitehead. Clerk of said Court, with the seal thereof affiled, at my of- nee, rn i rov, tnis aist lav or April, A. u. 1859. JAS. R. WHITEHEAD, Clerk. Bv SAM'L D. BENIGHT, D. C. Mav 5. 1859-6w. NOTICE OF ATTACHMENT. Ia the First District Court of Kanaas Territory, Sitting within and for Don. iphaa County September Term, A. I. '1869. Robert J. Porter azd ) Alexander A. Cooper Attachment. vs. Abraham R. Sill. ON this day came the plaintiffs, Robert J. Porter and Alexander A. Cooper, by their attorney, Sidney Tennent, and filed an affida vit, stating that tbe defendant, Abraham R. Sill, cannot be served with a process in this Territory; it is therefore ordered by the Clerk in vacation, that the defendant be notified, by publication being made in the White Cloud Chief, a newspaper published in the citv of White Cloud, and Territory and County afore said, for six successive weeks, of the pendency of this suit, the object of which is to obtain judgment for the sum of Two Hundred, and sixty-1 wo Uollars and Kixty-Une Lents, with interest thereon, from the 23d dsy of December, A. D. 1857, it being the amount due the plain tiffs from the said defendant, ic; and that his property has been attached to pay the said sum, aud that unless he plead, answer or demur to the plaintiffs' petition filed iu this cause, within the time prescribed by law, judgment will be rendered against him, and his property sold to pay the same. Witness, Jas. R. Whitehead, Clerk of said Court, with the seal thereof affixed, at my of fice, in the city of Troy, this 22d dav of April, A. D. 1859. JAS. R. WHITEHEAD, Clerk. By SAM'L D. BENIGHT, D. C. May 5, 1859-6w. NOTICE OF ATTACHMENT. Frank A. Root 1 vs. Attachment. John E. Faulkner. ) NOTICE is hereby given to John E. Faulk ner, the defendant in the above entitled cause, that a writ of attachment has been is sued by Lahan Pilchard, a Justice of the Peace for Doniphan County, K. T., against him, the said John E. Faulkner, and that his property has been attached, to satisfy the sum of $7 $.22, the demand of Frank A. Root, the above nam ed plaintiff. Now, unless yon, the said John E. Faulkner, appear before the said Justice, at his office, in Iowa Township, in the citv of Iowa Point, on the 2flch day of May, A. D. 1859, at 3 o'clock, P. M., of that day, and show cause to the con trary, judgment will be rendered against you, and your proierty, so attached, will be sold to pay the said demand. FRANK A. ROOT, Plaintiff. May 5, lS59-3w. Foi Sale. THE following most desirable lands, within three or four miles of White Cloud: S. E. Qr. Sec No. 35, Town 1, Range 18. N. E. Qr. Sec. No. 2, Town 2, Range 18. S. W. Qr. See. No. 26, Town 1 , Range 1 8. S. E. Qr. Sec No. 2, Town 2, Range 18. N. W. Qr. Sec. No. 35, Town I, Range 18. Terms very reasonable, april 31, 59-tf. V. D. MARKHAM. Hark Ve! Hark Ye! STONE MASONRY. THE subscriber, being an experienced Stone Mason, and having located at White Cloud, takes this 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 has bad much experience, and flatters himself that he can turn out jobs inferior to no other mechanio in the Territory. Orders are respectfully solicited, june 10, 58, tf. O. C. WHITNET. n. w. rme. j. a. raises. iaa rrrxa. PETER, FRAZER & CO., DEALERS IN -BUY GOODS, G20CEBIZS, Bwots, Shes, Hits, Caps, Bnts, QrjEKXSWAllK, KON, SAILS, CUTLERY, DRUGS AD PATENT MEDICINES, OREGON, MISSOURI. juae 10. 58, ly. W. Q. SARGENT. Attorney and Connsellor at Law, NOTABY PUBLIC, ' Ami Commissioner for Maine, Jffasaa cbasettsTNesr York, Keatacky, aad Xisooari. BROWN COUNTY. KANSAS. ( CTPost OIBoe Address Hamlin, Hiawatha, or Padonia, Brown County, Kansas, ju fcb. 3, 59-1 T- V. D. MARKHAM. ATTORNEY AT LAW & REAL ESTATSAGKXT, WHITE CLOUD. KANSAS, f TTTLL practice ia all the- Courts or Doni VY phan. Brews, and the adjoining Coontiea; nay taxes for aoa-resideata, and boy and aU lands. Particular attentioa paid to colleetioas ia Kansas, Nebraska, aad ono- v ess mi OFFICE ON MAIN STREET, jsn. 90, 59-tf. NEW DISCOVERY! IT WIM! TO BUT GOODS AT B. F. RUFFNER & CO.'S CASH STORE, IN White Cloud, Kansas We have just received tho largest and cheapest stock of '- Spring and Summer Goods Ever opened ia this place! CONSISTING OF Drj Goods and Groceries, HARDWARE, QUEENSWAHE. BOOTS & SHOES, HATS & CAPS, Sash and Doors, , Putty and Glass, FURNITURE, XA1LS, BUCKETS. SHOVELS AND SPADES. Tahs and Brooms, Tar and Whiskey, SUGAR AND COFFEE, SALT, MOLASSES, BACOH AO FL0TO, TEA! " All of which we offer at Reduced Pri ces, lor UaaQ 1 . B. F. HTJFFJfEIl fc CO. April 14, 1859-tf. B. F. RC.FFXER X CO., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES, Fonrarding & Commission Merchants, WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS. ALLEN HOLLCRAFT, Plasterer, WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS, IS prepared at all times to execute any work in his line, such as Plastering. Cementing, etc., on short notice, at reasenable prices, aud in the very best styleT. Specimens or nis wore can be seen in White Cloud, april 21. 59-tf. "Old Kin? Coal!" BLACKSMITHS and others in want of Coal, can have it for ten cents per bushel, by catling at the mine, four miles west of White Cloud, and making known their wisues u nir. Roberts, living at the bank, or to Messrs. Rusk and Mooney. who are engaged in mining. april 21, 5S-tr. K. t. MLrUKE., Agent. . a. 1AMESOX. AMOS COTTINO. O. M. CDOEaVON. JAMESON, COTTING & CO., GEUESAL COMMISSION AKD No. 6, Commercial Street, (City Building,) SAINT LOUIS, MO. april 21,59-6m. Choice Land for Sale! SEVERAL tracts of valuable Land, in the vicinity of White Clood, are offered for sale on reasonable terms. Tbe land 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 the farming business. Also.annmberof choice Lots m bite Olouu. For particulars, inquire of tbe undersigned, at White Clond, Kansas. - aag. 26, 53, tf. V. D. MAKK.lt A.. HOWARD ASSOCIATION, Philadelphia. Benevolent Inrtitulmt ettabluked y t fecial Endowment for the Relief of the Stek and Diitrened, afflicted with Virulent and Epidemic Ditto. THE HOWARD ASSOCIATION, in view of the awful destruction ot human life, caused by Sexual diseases, and the deceptions practiced upon tbe unfortanato victims ot sucn aiseasea uj Oaacka. aeveral years airo directed their Con sulting Surgeon, as a Charitable Act worthy of their name, to open a Uispensary tot tne treat ment of this class of diseases, in all their forms. and to give medical advice gratis, to all who ap nlv bv letter, with a description of their condi tion, (age, occupation, habits of life, ic-,) and ia cases of extreme novenv. to f cbjish ihedi- etnas Fan or Cause. It is needless to add that the Association commands the highest Med ical skill of the age, and will furnish tbe most approved modern treatment. Tho Directors of the Association, in their Annaal Renort noon the treatment of Sexual Diseases, for tbe year ending Jaaaary 1st, 1858, express lbs highest satisfaction with the success which baa attended tbe labors of tbe Consulting Sorgeoa. in tbe euro of SDermatorrboM, Semi nal Weakness, Impotence, Conorrbma, Gleet, Syphilis, thvio of Onanism W self-abuse, e, aad order a eoattnaauoa oi u same ptaa for tha ensuing year. : Tbe Directors, on a review of tbe past, feel assured that their labors ia this sphere of benev olent effort have beea of great benefit to tbe afflicted, especially to tbe yoang, aad they bave resolved to devoto themselves, with renewed seal, to this very important aad anch despised cause. Aa admirable Report oa Spermatorrhoea, or Seminal Weakness, the vice of Onanism, Mas turbation, or self-abase, and othes diseases of the sexual organs, by the Coasalting Surgeon, will bo sent bv mail Oa a sealed envelope,) ran or CHABaa, on receipt of two rraars for post age. . Other Reports and Tract on tbe aataro and treatment of sexual disease, diet, kc, are eonstaatly being published for gratatoas distri bution, aad will be sent to tho aJBieied. Some of tho aew remedies and methods of treatment discovered daring tbe last year, are of great valae. Address, for Renort or treatment. Dr. J. SK IL- LIN HOUGHTON, Aeting Sorgeoa, Howard Association, No. 2 South Ninth street, nulad. By order of tbe Directors. EZRA D. HEARTWELL, Tretident. Gsoacn Faracmu), Secretary. July 22, ISiS-lv. El STEAM FERRY WHITE CLOUD! A LARGE, new aad eteellent , JTTjh 6 learn Ferry Boat baa beeo placed in tne Alissomri Kiver, at Whit Cloud, which will be ran in all kinds of weather, when the river is open, as often as may be reqaired oa week days; and on Sundays, four times, vis: between tbe hours of 9 and 10 o clock, A. M and the boars of 4 and 5 o'clock, P. M. This place is tbe terminus of tbe Slate Road from i U Des aloines, Iowa; there is an eicel lent road leading to Forest Citv and Oregon, Mo-; and rood roads leading into the back country of Kansas and Nebraska, to which Whit lyload is at least six miles nearer than any other river town. This Boat is one of tho best in the river, and Is manned by an experien ced Engineer and Pilot, and a sober, active and ponctaal set of bands. Persons wishing to have themselves, their stock, lumber, or freight of any kind transported across the river, will find White Cloud tbe place for them to be accommo dated in tbe best manner, with the least possi ble delay on either shore. Ferrying done at reduced rates. june 10, 58, tf. ii Cheaper than Ever! In Full Blast! THE nndersigned, proprietors of tho White Cloud Steam Saw Mill, take pleasure in announcing to the public, that their mill is in the very best order, and they have commenced operations for the season. They are prepared to do sawing of every kind and description, on tbe shortest notice. They will saw on the balres, or for money, very chesp. They will constantly Keep on band ALL KINDS OF LUMBER! which they will sell a little cheaper than can be had anywhere else, for Cash, or to good men on short time. They have also sn excellent Lath Mill, and are prepared at all times to fur nish LA 1 US in any quantity, at low rates. Give us a call, and satisfy yourselves that we can do just what we say. WM. MAUCK & SONS. White Cloud, March 17, l&9-tf. TBE LATEST AD CRE1TEST AHHOTJHCIMEST! Bsoaoxai-VT or rcux osslev bv the NEW YORK MERCURY. The Proprietors of the New York Mercury realise a just pride and pleasure in announcing tne engagement or tne world-renowned and in imitable master of the humorous and graphic art. FELIX O. C. DAKLEY, ho will hereafter emoloy his marie nencil in illustrating tbe series of First Class Novelettes by the best writers in America, which will be published in the columns of the NEW YORK MERCURY. The engagement of Mr. D.irley, which was only accomplished after much urgent solicitation, and tbe offer of the most liberal inducements, will iuvest the Mercury with Ait aarisnc rxa- rxeno. in PICTORIAL DISPLAY, which caanot bt equalled by any other paper, and will prove tbe earnestness of our determination to outvie all competition, and make the New York Mercury A MODEL Or EXCELLENCE, as a journal of American Literature and Art. Mr. Darlev has engaged to design exclusive ly for the MERCURY, and fur no othes week ly ! and therefore, no cotempormry sheet can hope to approach the New York Mercury in the beauty and brillancy of unique and appropriate illustration. The first picture from Mr. Darley's pencil will appear in the New York Mercury, dated Feb. ia, 1059, in connection with a splendid romance of the sea, by Ned Buntline, entitled, SEA- WAIF ; OR, THE TERROR OF THE COAST. A Tale of privateering in 1776. TERMS: Single copies, $2.00 in advance. Two " 3.50 " Three " 5.00 " Eight " and one extra to getter up or club, All communications should be addressed to CALLOW ELL, 0OUT1IIVORTH fc WHITMEV, Proprietors of the N. Y. Mercury, 22 Spruce street, New York. Specimen eepiesa sent free. MARRIAGE GUIDE! YOUNG'S GREAT PHYSIOLOGICAL WORK, or. Every one his own Doctor- Being a Private Instructor for married persons or those about to marry, both male and female. In everything concerning tbe phyMiolocy 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 Isnguage. by WM. YOUNG, M. D. This ia really a valuable and interesting work. It is written in plain language for the general reader, and is illustrated with upwards of one hundred engravings. All young married people, or those contemplating marriage, and having the least impediment to married lite, snoulu reaa tnis book. It discloses secrets that every one should be acquainted with. Still it is a book that mnst be locked op aad not lie about the bouse. It will be sent to sny one on the receipt of twenty five cents. Address DR. WM. YOUNG, No. 416 Spruce St., above Fourth, Philadelphia march 10, '59-1 y. C. F. JEMCS & BROTHER, Forwarding and Commission Merchants, WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS. Kew (Roods! WHOLESAIiE & RETAIL! ARE receiving and opening a large and com plete stock of -DRY GOODS, GROCERIES. HARDWARE, QUEEN3WARE, SADDLERY, CLOTHING, . HATS k CAPS, BOOTS k SHOES, PAINTS k OILS. PATENT MEDICINES, DOORS k SASH, FURNITURE, DRUGS. Ac ke. Which they are prepared to sell at the lowest Brurts, rot Casn. C. F. JENNINGS BROTHER ang. 5, 58. tf. MILTiSliUILIiSl! muers ail Firners. Take SaUcet THE aadersigned, baring made arrange ments with tha best booses in 8t- Louis, Cincinnati and Chicago, ia bow prepared to fur nish all kinds of Steam Mills and Mill Machine- ry of the most approred plans, at the shortest notice, aad will rarnish at as low pnees ami aa liberal terms aa any Agent or Foundry ia the Western country. Will also rurnisa Reap ers, and Mowing and Threshing Machines. The nndersigned, being a practical Engineer, will set an aad warrant all works nrmsneo oy him. He can at all times bo found at White Clond, Kansas, or Oregon, Mo. JOHN H. UTT. REFER TO C. F. Jennings, Whito Cloud, Kansas. B. F. Ruffner k Co., - " Peter, Fraser k Co., Oregon. Mo Likens k Boyd, St. Joseph, Mo. I. k E- Greeowsld, Cincinnati, O. Howard k Hinchman. St. Louis, Mo. Kingsland k Ferguson, - - J atsvU.5s If- SAW BKICG'S ARCTIC LUIHEST. TIIIS ineomparableLiniment.apon which tbe great mass of the afflicted of all lands now rely for relief from the pangs of Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Gout, Erysipelas, Cancer, Scrofula, sprains, Bums, scalds, aad all eataneoas discs ses, is rapidly superseding all similar prepara lions. Oae Dottle Triasapbaatt Mrs. Moffitt,No J4j Morgan street, St. Louis, having suffered for three years with Rheuma tism , and tried many preparations without effect, was cured by one afty cent bottle or Arctic Lua iment. St. Loots, Mo., April 23, 1953. The Doctoes Coaun'r Ccee Him. Msssrs Bragg k Borrowes Gentlemen: I have suffer- ed from Salt Rheum for six years. I have beea sorely afflicted, mv face, eyes, and ears were covered with sores from the Salt Rheum, and my bands were so bad, that I feared I should lose the nse of them; my finger nails came off. and my bands were one mass or sores when I commenced using Bragg's Arctic Liniment, and by the use of fire small bottles, I was entirely cured, new nails bars grown on my fingers, snd I am now entirely free from all sores or any rel ies of Salt Rheum. Previous to vin; the Arctic Liniment, 1 had beeo under the treatment of sereral of the most eminent phvs::iana in this eity, and I never re ceived any benefit from their treatment. G.W. HAYDON, Belcher k Bro.'s Sugar Refinery. Aa Eiplosioa. Mxarms, Tr., Nov. 53. 157. I hereby eertify, that baying beea badly bruised and sealdsd by ths explosion of a Steam Boiler, a friend induced me to try Bragg's Arc tic Liniment. The smart wss Instantly extrac ted f-ora tho scalds, and In a very short time, all the pain was gone from the bruises. In two weeks I was well, snd able to renme my busi ness. HENRY HAVERHILL, Residence, Jackson st. Good for Aaimitls. This invaluable Liniment is also eqimlly effi cacious in curing the dieaes of animals, as wit ness the following certificate: Messrs. J. k A. A mot. and Lrnrh. Amot k Co.. keep the two largest Livery Stables in the West, and are gen erally known thoughnut the United States: ct. Locis, uec. inu. We. the nndersigned, having used Dr. Bragg's Arctic Liniment for a number of months, cheer fully testify to its superior efficacy in curing the diseases of horses; so well are we satisfied of the Arctic being the best Liniment made, thst we would use no other. We keep snd 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 sav, that the Arctie Liniment is the onlv one we have ever found-always effec- tive. We cordially recommend it to all Livery Stable keepers, and others baring the care of horses. J. k A. ARVOT. LYNCH, ARNOT CO., Chesnut street. Cautiow. Many Druggists, having old Lini ments on hand, will try to sell them to you as the best, but do yon positively refuse to pur chase them. Ask for "Bragg's Arctie Lini ment," and take no other. LisiaaL Pnorosrrio. The proprietors sgree to furnish each pnrcbaserof a dollar Uottle, 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 Arctie Liniment Is put up in 25 cent, 50 cent, and $1 bottles. The 50 cent snd (1 bottles eon -tain 50 and 100 per cent, more Liniment in pro portion to their ernt, and are the eheaoest. For sale by BRAGG A BliRROWES, Sole Proprietors, St. Louis, Missouri. ID For sale In St. Joseph, by VanLear, Brit tain k Hardy, Starling, Loving k McDonald, and W. R. Psnick. BOLD BT Shreve & Micy, White Cloud, Kansas; Reed ft Stnrges, Iowa Point, " James N. York, Doniphan, " " J. II. Maun ft Co., Brownville, Nebraska; Peter. Fraxer ft Co., Oregon. Mo.; Barnard, Aiiams ft Co., St. Louis; And by all Druggists. june 3, 1958, ly WILLIAM MAQUILKEN, Ilonse, Sign, and Ornamental Painter, CL1ZIER, PITER DINGER, &C, WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS, IS prepared to execute all work of the above kinds, in a superior manner. Having had thirty-five years' experience, be flatters liim-self that his worK will compare ravonpiy witn mat of snv other person West of the Missouri River. Will also attend to potting on Fire and Wa ter Proof and Gravel Roofing having had much experience in business of this character. July 2, 57, tf. Ilangarian Grass! f( BUSHELS choice Seed, raised in Brown eJ County, in store snd for sale at $1.50 per bushel, by B. F. RUFFNER ft CO. White Cloud, March 17, 59-1 m. T. O. SHSEVE, . D. V. MSCV- SHREVE & MACY, DRUGGISTS, WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS. CT Dr. Shreve attends to tbe practice of Me dicine and Surgery, lie may be found at the Drug Store. leD. , ir. DR. H. GRAVES, PHYSICIAN AUD SURGEON, HIAWATHA, BROWN CO., KANSAS, OFFERS his professional services to tbe sisk sud sffiicted who may require them. Ha ving bad a practice of thirteen years In the Wes tern eonntry, he flatters himself that ho is thor oughly qualified in the modifications of disease in this climate. - may 6, 53, ly. TO THE SQUATTER STORE, IN - WHITE CLOUD! WHERE the subscriber has just received a new and fresh supply of Fall snd Win tor Goods, consisting of Dry Goods, Grorrrles Provisions, Hardware, Gaeenrware, Glassware, TINWARE, WOODEN WARE, " Hals and Caps, Boots and Shoes, GLOVES AND IIOSIKltY, Carpenters' Tools, FANCY ARTICLES, NOTIONS, AC, which be will sell at Wholesale or Retail, for Cash, as low as can be bon;ht an tw here in this upper eonntry. W. H. VAN DOREN. White Cloud, Ksnsas, Nov. 4, ISM, tf. t UY HIDES WANTED, tot which tho highest market price will bo paid in Cash or Goods, by ! W. H. VAN DOREN. June 3, 58, -tf. - TNOCSTBY PKODUCE of aU.kiniU ta- V-S ken in exchange Tor Goods, bv june 3. 53, tf. W. H. TAN" DOREN. GEORGE P. LUCKHARDT. ' Watchanker, tsl Dealer ia WATCHES,' CLOCKS eV JEWELRY, OREGON, HOLT CO., JfO, rTTAKES the liberty to inform the eitisens of JL White cloud and vicinity, that ke has opened a Watch, Clock and Jewelry Etore ia Oregon, Holt County, Missouri, where he will keep constantly en band, and for sale, a rood assortment of Gold aad Silver Watches, Clocks and Jewelry, which he will sell extremely low, for Cash. Also, a fine lot of Violins, Aoeorde oas, Silver and Plated Spectacles. Gold Peas, with Gold and Silver Extension Cases, Silver Thimbles, fte., Ac He is prepared to repair Watehes, Clocks and Jewelry of every description, la the best manner, and oa the most reasonable terms. Every article bought la bis establishment, is warranted to be what they are represented to be. Watch repairing warranted for one year. jane 4, '57, tf. COME ALL! " r ii si i i r a mmmm rV VJft-a f ntsbssnVefors the public for mors tha a SO years.snd is 'Uiewsdly popular. From F. C. DIMaye k Carpenter, Syracuse, Jf . Y , act. I, 15. We take great pleasure in being able to tsv thatwehtve said your G trgling Oil more than tea years, vol htre never heard a complaint rrnminnreliaser - "'..' FromS.BrtvtoTr.Lowrille, Wis., Atn J-1,'5.. I hive conversed with, several of my aeicB- hors.whi siy Thy are acquainted witfi yoar" Gargling Oil. hiving frequently ased-itfor bothMta ant Bjvit,'.' end apeak very highly of its eurative qtaiities, and express a wiakt thatit m 'it be left for sale In this plaea. rrom ttiurtx i. jaexsoa-n l,.. oomia uia ' Tenn .-Aprtl IT; 1559." ' The Oil takealike hot eakea la this country We will soon have to order another lot, ia or der to get it here in time. From J. M. Irwin k Co.. S1ineville, Ohio, MircH 3.1, 135S. "We htve rSM the tut bittle of the Osrglinf Oil. S.iles arernl'l now, though if was soma time before we got it started. It is entirely the best article we have aver sold. It has per formed a rre-t miny a ires, when all other Me-' dicines failed to do any good. rntlTt t P trnHasers. The onlv tiiine hts ''CI. W. Merchant, Lockpnrt, V. Y.." blown in each bottle, and al- " soha hisiiguiture over the eork. - IT" Pi-n iSlsU gratuitontly furnished by agents. with T tstimtnials oflts utility. All onlers aMrosd to the MERCHANT'S G A'tOLING OIL CO.. Look port, N. T. r or ? J" ""T"" "nerally, lhrou;h the United States. Britlsb Possessions, tnJ other Countries. And by Shseve ft Mscv, White Clond. Reed ft Stcxoes, Iowa Point. Petes, Fuses ft Co., Oregon, Me. Joes ft Co., Mound City, Mo. And by one or more agents in every town la the vicinity. Wool 'sale at all large commer cial towns. sept. 30, 51, ly. ZOOX &, BALDWIN. Wholesale snd Retail Dealers ia - DKUG!MIEDICIiES, PAINTS, OILS, DYE STUFFS, Fine Teas, Cigars, Tobacco, Perfumeries,' H"S725132, 373., FOREST CITY, MO. june 4, '57, tf. ' fllHE undersigned have formed a co-partner- ' -L shio, under the firm of - LIKENS & BOYD, As General Land aad Seal Estate AfsaU, 8T. JOSEPH, MO., end will give prompt attention to all and every branch of business pertaining to Real Estate Aeencies such as the Entry of Lands, ia any of the North-Western States and Territories, either by Land Warrants or by Money. We will also attend to the purchase aad sale of improved Real Estate, Town Lots, Ac. LAND WARRANTS BOUGHT AND SOLD. Remittances by Land Warrants, or exobaage on some one of the principal cities, must accom pany all orders. JOHN H. LIKENS, JOHN W. BOYD REFERENCES. Hjn. C. J. Faulkner, of Ttrcin'a; Hon. Wm. HamMrton, of Maryland; Wm. M. Marshall, Esq., of Usgerstown Bask, Marylsnd: Henry M. Brent, Esq., Cashisr of YsTIcy laak of Virginia; Cato Moore, Esq.. Cashier of VaHcv Bask. Charles town, Virginia; U. Burkhart. Cashier of Bank of Barkalcv. Virginia; Allea C. Hammond, M. D.. Berkclc Co. Virginis; Drakely k Fenton, Baltimore, Ms.; Josiah Lee k Co., Bankers, Baltimore; Brown k Johnston. Bankers. Vicksbarcb. Mississippi; Ouduy, rJrown S Co., New Or Irs as; - Jack k Bros., Louisville, Ky.; Andrew Hunter, Esq, Charlestown, Va.; Jesse D. Slinzluff. President of Commercial k Farmers' Bank, Baltimore; W.uollman, Ueneral Suserinteodeat Bala more and Ohio Railroad; r orsvth ft Biker, Wheeling, Va.j Bela'M. Hughes, St. Joseph, Me.; ' Silas Woodson, " " Reuben Middleton, E. B. Webb, Carari, III.; A. T. Stewart ft Co-. New York ; Gage, Dater ft Sloan, one 25. 57. tf THE ECLECTIC COLLEGE OP MEDICCfff, CINCINNATI, OHIO. THE SPRING SESSION of 1859. WH commence oa tbe 9th of February, and eontiase siateen weeks. A full and thoroorh course of Lectures will bo given,' occupying six or seven hoars daily, with good opportunities far atten tion to practical Anstomy.and with ample Clla icat fsciTties st tbe Colnmercfal Hospital. The arrangement of the eba'irs will be a. fol lows: T. E. St. JOITN, X. D., Pnfettaraf Anatomy and Pkytioloyy. J. F. JUDGE, M. !. .i Prifutor tf OemiMtry and. Pharmacy. A. J. HOWE, M. D., Profettat of Surgery. C. U. CLEVELAND, M. D., Pnfeuar of Vaterim Slediaa mod 7e iwj issu' . WM. SHEHV OOO, M. I .. Prefeotat af Xcdieal Practice and Pathabfy. ' , J. R- BUCHANAN, M. Emeretu Pnfetatr of Cerebral PhyeimUfy and' InetUnie of Medicine. JOHN KING, . DL, ' Prafenar af ObeUlnc ami XXasosse of Women .. ajtiCaiUrtj.. , Ths Terms for tbe Session will be ts sate as heretofore, vn-MatriealariOn, 'tSJM. Ta-' ition, $2040. -Demooabmtoy's TicksS, 15J) ' (Every Student Is repaired to engage ip disss c , tion one session before graduatfon.) Gradfaarion, ' $25,C0. Ticket to Commercial HowsUaKfo tional) $5,00. The Lectore-Rooms sre newly finished, neat, and comfortable, and in a central locality, (la CoMejre Hall, Walnut 8trwet,r where stadeata ' will find it convenient to call oa their arrival. . Ticket for tbe session may bo obtained of tbe Dean f ke.redty, st his office. No. 113 ' 1 Smith street, or of Prof. C. H. CLaavsxana, . Stent try of tha Faculty. No. 139 Seventh Se near Elm. JOHN KING.-M. D-, Dean. ' i July 15,.lK8-ly. , , ;. The College Journal of Medical Science. A Monthly Magaxinc of 43 pages, eondortcd by the Faculty of the Eclectio Collef c of Medicine, is published at On Dollar a Year, ' payable in advance. The volume of the Joar nal commences with tbe year. Communications for aobscrlptioa, or for specimen Bombers, should be directed to , Dr. C. H. CLEA VELAND. Publisher. '. . 139 Seventh street, Cincinnati, O. july 15, 1858-1 y. .