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Wm. Campbell,
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Hesperian,
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John Warner,
Sioux City,
St. Mary,
Duncau S. Carter,
Isabella,
Wm. Campbell,
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Hannibal,
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S. M. PETTENGILL & CO.'S
A I V KI1TIS I NO AOEXCY,
119 .Vasts St.,X. Y., and 18 Slate St., Boston.
S. M. PETTENGILL CO. are the agents
for the "Chief," and the most influential and
largest circulating Newspapers in the United
Sutes and the Canadas. They are authorized
to contract for u at our lowest rates.
J. S. POT, General Newspaper, Adver
tising and Subscription Agent, second story,
north-west corner of Chestnut and Third Sts.,
St. Louis, is our authoriicd Agent in that city,
and is empowered to contract at our regular
rates, and receipt for us.
Messrs. ROUNDS k L.YNGDON, of Chica
go, are our authorized Agents for that city.
CHICHESTER SAN FORD, Proprietors
of the Merchants' Advertising, Commission and
Collecting Agency, are Agents for this paper,
ia the cities of Philadelphia and Baltimore.
Dissolution of Co-rartnersbip.
THE Co-Partuership heretofore existing be
tween C. F. Jennings k Brother, is this day
dissolved, by mutual consent. All who nre in
debted to C. F. Jennings, or the firm of C. F.
Jenninji k Brother, will come forward and set
tle on without delav.
C. F. JENNINGS,
June 6, 1859 SAM'L L. JENNINGS.
ID Samuel L.Jennings will continue to offer
inducement. t all who are in search of new
and cheap goods, at the old stand of C. F. J en
iiings 4 Brother. junc 9, 59-3w.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
PROPOSALS f.,r the construction of a cul
vert between the west line of the Levee
and tlie River, will be received by the subscri
ber, until 12 o'clock, M., on Saturday, Junc
1 1th, 159, at which time said proposals will be
ojiened, and contract awarded to tin lowest
bidder. Plans and specifications of Said culvert
can be seen by calling upon the City Engineer.
Br order of the Citv Council.
ALLEN HOLLCRAFT.
White Cloud. June 9, 1859-1 1.
NOTICE OF ATTACHMENT.
Ia the First District Court in the First
Judicinl District of Kansas Territory,
Nittin; vt ilhin and for Doniphan Coun
tyTo September Term, A. D. 1850.
White Cloud City Company)
vs. Attachment.
II. Nuckolls & Co. )
OS this day came the plaintiffs. White Cloud
City Company, by V. D. Mark ham, their
attorney, and filed' an affidavit, stating that the
fl'fenJants, H. Nuckolls k Co.. (other defend
ant or defendants not known to liiip,) could not
he served with a process in this Territory; it is
therefore ordered by the Clerk in vacation, that
the defendants be notified, bv publication being
made iu the White Cloud Chief, a newspaper
!'iMi-hed in the City of White Cloud, Territo-J
rr ... I f r r : T
v miuv ai'ireaiu, i'ir six successive
"eks, of the pendency of this suit, tho object
of which is to obtain judgment for the sum of
On Hundred and Thirtv-Eisht Dollars and
Screntt.Five Cents, ($138.75,) with interest
from the 4th day of January, A. D. 1858, it
ein the amount of a certain promissory note
pren by the defendant, and in favor of the
plaintiffs, bearing date 4th of July, A. D. 1857,
and tint their property has been attached to
par the saidVum; and that nnloss they plead,
answer or demur to the plaintiffs' petition filed
in this cause, within the time prescribed by
".judgment will be rendered against them,
aad their propcrtv sold to pay the same.
Witness, Jas. R. Whitehead, Clerk, with the
of said Court affixed, at mv office, in Troy,
2?th dav of Mav, A. D. 1859.
JAS. R. WHITEHEAD, Clerk.
T By S.VM'L D. BENIGHT. D. C.
June 9, 1859-Cw.
NOTICE OF ATTACHMENT.
I the District Court of the First Jndi
eml District, Sittio within nnd for
I'oaiphnn County, Kansas Territory
To September Term, A. D. 1859.
"bite Closd City Cempany 1
, T. Attachment.
'aae Thomas.
O," eame th plaintiffs, the White
V; Cloud City Company, br V. D. Markham,
war attorney, and filed an affidavit, stating
t the defendant, Isaac Thomas, could not be
"erred with a process in this Territory; it is
""k11 by u,e Clerk in Tacation, that
ne defendant be notified. Lv nnhlieation beinsr
j fje White Cloud Chief, a newspaper
i tie Uity of White Cloud, in the
-u.j bu i erntory aforesaid, for six sue
'e weeks, nt r .1.:.
"" "f which is to obtain judgment for the
J f feu Hundred Dollars, ($600.) with inte-
n i ii-V ' slmo lron t0 u day of July, A
. ", It hein" IK .n r. i..:..
,sMr not j -r
fwuiins, sc., and that his property has
" attached to pav the said sum; and that
tiff. he.Plei1. answer or demur to the plain
law P7lt'0D' within the time prescribed by
, judgment will he rendered against him,
?v ." "r so'd K pay the same.
0.,m Ja- Whitehead, Clerk of said
ieV l the thereof affixed, at my of
A b Vs59tWn rTro-T' this 29th day of May,
JAS. R. WHITEHEAD, Clerk.
J 6 SAM'L D. BENIGHT, D. C.
-i!nej), lS59-6w.
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SHREVF x, Mar.v.
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"HUGGISTS,
it WfnTE CLOUD. KANSAS.
lici
. ' r . hhreve attends to the nractice of Me-
7,nT EEGISTEB,
q,t no ...1 o -I,"'" imtucr vi jm c-
IV,.. s, aTr- ? may be found at the
STEAM FKRIiY
AT
.WHITE CLOUD!
RUNS regularly on tiie rfiawouri , f7? i
River, at the following rates;. Jg
For crossing a team oTl pair of horse or
ntuiea, or l yoke of cattle, and
wagon, loauea or empty,
Three yoke of cattle and wagon.
One horse and buggy,
Saddle horse and rider,
Loose horses, per bead,
Cattle, per bead, -
Hogs and sheep, per head,
Foot passengers.
$0.75
1 25
50
. 25
15
10
4
10
Northern emigration, from Missouri, Iowa,
Illinois, Wisconsin or Michigan, either for Cal
ifornia or any part of Kansas or Southern Ne
braska, will find a mail route to this point, on
a State Road from Des Moines, Iowa; and as
good roads throcgh Missouri, by way of Savan
nah and Oregon, to this place, as to any other
point on the river. There are good landings
on both sides of the river; and on the Kansas
side, all streams and sloughs, to the Nemaha,
hare free bridges, recently made for the Gov
ernment trains from this'placc to Satt Lake
and Utah. We can say to the California emi
gration, that they can strike the old California
Road within 12 miles of this place, and they
will find good grazing for stock within half a
mile of the river, and plenty of wood and water
on the route to the Big Blue, only b0 miles from
here; and they will find this rond over 40 miles
shorter than the road from St. Joseph, and over
60 miles shorter than that from Leavenworth.
We refer persons to the map, in proof of this
statement; and we only ack emigrants and tra
vellers to try this route, and we pledge our
selves to pass them over the river free,on their
return, if they arc not satisfied of the foregoing
facts. .
White Cloud has three or four good stores
and trading houses; two first-class Hotels;
lumber is only $15 per 1,000 feet; the country
is rapidly tilling up; and there is as good a
farming region, extending for over 50 miles!
back of the river, as can be. found in anv part
of Kansas. MOORES & TAYLOR,
June 9, 50-Iy.
TRUSTEE'S SALE.
WHEREAS, Michael Byrd.by his Deed of
Trust, dated the tenth day of November,
Eighteen Hundred and Fiftv-Eight, and recor
ded in the office of Recorder or Deed.-", for the
County of Doniphan, in the
Territory of Kansas,
.nvey to the nnder-!
ng lots or parcels of 1
in liook O, page 6, did con
signed Trustee, the following lota or parcels
land, lying and being in the County of Doni
phan, Territory of Kansas, to wit: Lota num
bered thirteen (13) and fourteen, (14) in Block
fortv-nine, (49) and Lots numbered four (4)
and' five, (5) in Block fiftv, (50) and Lot num
bered one, (1) in Block fifty, (50) in the Town
of White Cloud, Kansas Territory; which said
conveyance was in trust, however, to secure the
payment of certain notes therein particularly
described: And whereas, it is provided iu said
Deed, that if said notes shall not be welt and
truly paid on or before the first day of April,
1859, the said party of the second part may pro
ceed to sell the property above described, or
any part thereof: And whereas, said notes have
not been paid as provided by said Deed of Trust;
Now, therefore, I, Samuel 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, that
on Friday, the 1st day of July, A. D. 1859,
between the hours of ten o'clock, in the fore
noon, and five o'clock, in the afternoon of said
dav, at the front door of the store house of B.
F.'Riiffncr k Co., in the town of While Cloud,
Doniphan County, Kansas Territory, I will pro
ceed to sell the above described property to the
highest bidder, at public vendue, Tor cash in
hand, in order to pay and satisfy all amounts
remaining unpaid and due on the notes afore
said, together with the cost and expenses of ex
ecuting this trust.
SAMUEL WORD, Trustee.
June 9, ltSO-tds.
FAEMEE.S AND WOOL-GROWERS,
ATTEftTIOS!
HAVING refitted and enlarged my wool
carding establishment, I am now prepar
ed to do work in the best manner, and at rea
sonable rates. Persona at a distance, as well
ns all others, may rely upon being i-cconiinoda-ted
with promptness.
Good nud Competent W'orkmea hare
been employed.
I will be prepared to do spinning nbout the
1st of Julv. The business will be carried on at
the old stand, 1 ' ( miUs south-east of Ore-ron,
Me. SAMUEL WATSON.
jmie 9, 59-3mo.
W. H. VAN DOREN
r HAKES this method of informing his ctislo
X mors, nnd the public generally, that he has
removed to the stand recently occupied by B.
V. I.'nflTiier k Co.. whore he"i receiving and
opening the largest and cheapest stock of Goods
that lias ever ueen urougni io ims iuari.i-t, -"
sisling of
U1J vaav j " -1
Hats and Cnps, Baols and Shoes.
fATJEENSWARE, GLASSWARE,
II AUD WARE, TINWARE,
Tobacco, Clears,
FLOUR, BACON,
CORN MEAL, SALT,
WHISKEY. TAR,
Tubs, Broonw,
FANCY ARTICLES, NOTIONS, AC,
Of every description,
At Wholeade or Retail,
Which lie is determined to sell for
A Littla Cheaper ftaa the Cheapest!
W. II. VAN DOREN.
White Clond, Jane 2, 1859-tf. .
Land Office, Kickapoo, K T.
May 9th, 1859.
mo John C. Powe, as Administrator upon the
L Ettate of Jacob Strange, deceased, and
the heirs or said Strange; and to E. II. Mica,
i: ;nnr heirs of said JacoD
uuaruiau " - a
Strange: Yon are hereby notified,
o'clock. A. M.. on the 27th day of June, A. D
1859, Sarah Ross, Administratrix of the tsUte
nfOooree Ross, deceased, will offer proof in
support "of her rieht, as above
. .1.. o w..t On irtpr of Section tig"'
teen, (18.) Township Two (2) South, Range
Sixteen (16) East, in the Districted Lands fub-
-. k-;.i.mi. If. T i on oeincu-
jec w V"-"-C;-; " - , K, B.rmitted
to offer conntcr proof before us, at this office, at
that time. T .-.,.,
J. W. V til I r icijiy,
DAN'L WOODSON, Receiver,
may 26, 59-3w.
DR. H- GRAVES.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
ittawatit. UROWN CO., KANSAS,
"VFFERS his professional services to the sick
sr nun auiii;M.-u " J 1 . .
ring had a r of thirteetyrearain the wes
tern country, he flattera himself that be thor
oughly qualified in the modifications of diseasa
NOTICE OF ATTACHMENT.
Ia the Firt DUtrict Court of Kansas
Territory, Silting within aud for Dow
iphna County September Terns, A. I).
1950.
Edwin S. Ilalsey
- - rr.
Clifton Hcllen.
Attachment.
ON : this day came the plaintiff, Edwin S
Ualser. bv his attorn. Tenant A- U'
ley, and filed an affidavit, stating that the de
fendant, Clifton Hellen, coald not bo served
with a process in this Territory; it is therefore
ordered by the Clerk in vacation, that the de
fendant be notified, by publication being made
in the White Cloud Chief, a newspaper pub
lished in the city of White Cloud, and County
and Territory aforesaid, for six successive
weeks, of the pendeney of this suit, the object
of which is to obtain judgment for the sum of
Seven Hundred and Seventy Five Dollars, with
interest at the rate of six per cent, per annum,
from the thirty first day of August, A. D. 1858,
it beiag the amount due the plaintiff from the
said defendant; and that hU property has been
attached to pay the said sum, and that unless
be plead, answer or demur to the plaintiff's pe
tition filed in this cause, within the time pre
scribed by law, judgment will be rendered against
him, and bis property sold to pay the same.
Witness. Jas. R. Whitehead. Clerk of said
L Court, with the seal thereof affixed, at my of-
nee, in the city or Trov, this 22d dav or April,
A. D. 1659.
JAS. R. WHITEHEAD, Clerk.
By SAM'L D. BENIGHT, D. C.
MayS, 1859-6w.
NOTIJE OF ATTACHMENT.
It) the First District Court of Kansas
Territory, Sitting in and for Doaiphaa
County .September Term, A. D. 1859.
Vernon C. Drain ) -
vs. V Attachment.
John D. Farquharson. )
ON this day came the plaintiff, Vernon C.
Drain, by his attorneys, and filed an affi
davit, statin that the defendant, John D. Far
quharson, could not 'be served with process in
this Territory; it is therefore ordered by the
Clerk in vacation, that the defendant be noti
fied, by publication being made in the White
Clond Chief, a newspaper published in White
Cloud, Doniphan County, and Territory afore
said, for six successive weeks, of the pendeney
of this suit, the object of which is to obtain
judgment for the sum of Three Hundred Dol
lars, with interest from the 27th day of Febru
ary, A. D. 1857, it being the amount due the
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f!a,nt"' '""J l1 d.efe"ds,n ' &c-;
1,18 lP-T 'i8 cbed to pay
and that
the said
sum, and that unless he plead, answer or de-'
mur to the plaintiff's petition filed in this cause, I
within the time prescribed by law, judgment I
will be rendered against him, and his proerty
sold to pay the amc.
Witness, J as. R. Whitehead. Clerk of said !
Court, with the seal thereof affixed, at inv of- i
ficc, in Trov, this 21st dav of April, A. D. 1859.
JAS. R. WHITEHEAD, Clerk.
By SAM'L D. BENIGHT, D. C.
May 5, 1859-6.
. AOTICE OF ATTACHMENT.
In the First District Court of Kansas
Territory, Silting within and for Don
iphan County September Term, A. I.
1859.
Robert J. Porter a:d )
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, sUting that the defendant, Abraham R.
Sill, cannot be served with a process in this
Territory; it is therefore ordered by the Clerk j
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- j
said, for six successive weeks, of the pendency j
of this suit, the object of which is to obtain I
judgment for the sum of Two Hundred and
Sixty-Two Dollars anil sixiy-une ienis, witn j
interest thereon, from the 23d day of December, i
A. D. 1S57, it being the amount due the plain
tiffs from the said defendant, &c; and that his
property has been attached to pay the said mm,
and tha t unless he plead, answer or demur to
the plaintiffs' petition filed in this cause, within
the time prescribed by law, judgment will be
rendered against him, and his property sold to
pav the same.
Witness, Jas. R. Whitehead, Clerk of said
Court, with the seal thereof affixed, at my ol
fice, in the city of Troy, this 2&1 dav of April,
A. D. li?59.
JAS. R. WHITEHEAD, Clerk.
By SAM'L D. BENIGHT, D. C.
May 5. 1S59-6W.
JMOUTtJAUEE'S SALE.
WHEREAS, Lyman Eldridge, on the 2d
day of August, A. D. If5, executed and
delivered to David Whittaker, hi mortgage,
with a power of sale therein contained, (first
giving thirty days notice in some paper publish
ed in the County of Doniphan.) conveying to
tho cnid David Whittaker the following descri
bed real property, situated and lying in the
County of Doniphan. Territory of Kansas, to
wit: The South half ofthe North-West Quarter
of Section No. Twenty, (20,) in Township . No.
Four (4) South, of Range No. Twenty-Six (26)
East, in Kansas Territory, containing eighty
m-res, more or less; aud Lots Nos. Oue and
Two, (1 and 2,) in Block Two Hundred ai.d
Eighty-Seven. (27,) in the Doniphan Town
Extension, with all and singular the appurte
nances thereunto belonging, or iu any wise ap
liertiiiiiiiig, to secure the said David Whittaker
in tlie imvmeiit ot a promissory noie, rirem
bv the said Lyman Eldridge to the said David
Whittaker. o'n the 2d dav of AiiRUst, A. D.
lie sum oi One Hundred and riuy
n .il .rs.niul due six months from date, with in
tercst at tho rate of fire per cent, per month
from date until paid: nnd whereas, said note
now remains due and unpaid. Now, therefore.
hv virtue ofthe power in nie vested, I will, on
Saturday, June 25th. 1859, in the town of Troy,
Daninhan County, Kansas Territory, in front ol
the Court House door, sell said desenbeu pre
mises, for cash in hand, to tlie highest and best
bidder, to satisfy said note with interest. Said
sale to take place between me nours u j -clock,
A. M., and 5 o'clock, P. M., of said day.
uuuiaai'iv.
May 19, 1853-3w.
Hark Ye! Hark Ye!
STONE MASONRY.
rpHE subscriber, being an experienced Stone
X Mason, and having located at White Clond,
takes this method of informing the public that
ho 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 flatters
himself that he can turn out jobs inferior to no
other mechanic in the Territory. Order are
refmectfnllysolicited. wmTmT
june 111, 33. u. .. . . w- " " -
H. w. rma.
j. H. raaxaa.
iea rrraa.
PETER, FRAZER & CO.,
DEALERS IN
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
Boots; Shoes, nats, Caps, Bo.aets,
0L'ESSSWiRK,HI0X, XAlLS.lLTLttiY,
DRITCS AM PATENT MEDICINES,
; OREGOS, MISSOURI.
juae 10.58, ly.
For Sale.
THE following most desirable lands, within
three or four miles of White Cloud:
S E. Qr-Sec No. 3. town I, Kaoge io.
N. E. Qr. Sec, No. 2. Town 2, Range 18.
S W. Qr. See. No. 26, Town 1, Range 18.
S E. Qr. See. No. 2, Town 2, Range 18.
jj. W. Qr. See. No. 35, Town 1, Range 18.
Terwts very reasonable.
apriUl. 59-tf. - V. P- MAEKHAM.
Honse and Lots for Sale!
A FRAME DTOUSE. and four Lots, former
ly owned br J. Q- A. Troy, on Market
Souare, in Wbite'Clond, are offered for sale, oa
' u. The property isvery pteas-
..,i..;nt.udthe Lots ae enclosed with
a cood fence, and are fine lor gardening pjvpo
,e. For particulars, apply to J.J Q- A- Troy,
J. BEAIIAM.
near White lKu
y 1,59 tf
iEW DISCOVERY!
IT WILL PAY!
TO BET GOODS AT
B.' F. RUFFNER L CO.S
CASH STORE,
IX.
White Clond, Kansas
Woliave just received tlio largest ami
cheapest stock of
Spring and Summer Goods
Ever opened ia this place I
CONSISTING OF
Dry Goods and Groceries,
HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE.
BOOTS & SHOES, HATS & CAPS,
Sash and Doors, Putty and Glass,
FURX1TURE, XA1LS,
BUCKETS. SHOVELS AND "SPADES.
Talis and Brooms, Tar and Whiskey,
SUGAR AND COFFEE, SALT,
MOLASSES, BAC05 AND FL0TJE,
TEA!
All of which we offer ot Reduced Pri
ces, for Cash !.
n. F. RUFFNER it CO.
April 14, 1659-tf.
B. F. RUFFXER & CO.,
WHOL.rcSAT.rc AND It UTAH..,
DRY WOODS AND GROCERIES,
Forwarding & Cammission Merchants,
WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS.
ALLEN HOLLCRAFT,
Plasterer,
WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS,
IS pre Da rod at all times to execute any work
iu his line, such as Plastering. Cementing,
etc., on short notice, at reasonable prices, and
in the very best style. Specimens of his work
can be seen in Wliite Cloud, aprii 21 . 59-tf.
--Old Kins Coal!"
OLACKSMITHS and others in want of
J Coal, can have it for ton cents per bushel,
by calling at the mine, four miles west of White
Cloud, and making known their wishes loMr.
Roberts, living at the bank, or to Messrs. Rusk
and Motley, who are engaged in mining,
april 21, 59-tf. R. P. MOORE, Agent.
jos. a. jaaaso. awos cottijio. o. m. kdokbto!,.
JAMESON. COTTING & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION
No. C, Commercial Street,
(Ciy Building,)
SAINT LOUIS, MO.
april 21,59-6m-
Choice Land for Sale!
SEVERAL tracts of valuable Land, in the
viciuity of White Cloud, are offered for
sale on reasonable terms. The land is ol the
very best quality, conveuient to the river and
to timber, and would be a profitable investment
to persons desiring to engage ia the farming
business. , .
A !. nnmberof choice Lots m W nite tsiouu.
For p irticulars, inquire of the undersigned, at
White Cloud, Kansas. .,,
aug. 2G, 5d, tf. V. D. MARKHAM.
HOWARD ASSOCIATION,
Philadelphia. -
A Benevolent Institution edoMUhed ty tpeeial
Endowment for tke Relief of the hick mna
Distressed, afflicted teitk Virulent
and Epidemic Diseases.
THE HOWARD ASSOCIATION, in view
f ,h ..r.il riA.trnrtinn ol human life, caused
by Sexual diseases, and the deceptions practiced
upon the unfortunate victims of such diseases by
n,,..V. .orxral Teara aro directed their Con
sulting Surgeon, as a Charitable Act worthy of
tneir name, to opeu.a iispusr
tnent of this class of diseases, in all theirforms.
and to give medical advice graUs, to ail wno ap
wJw K lot, r with a deacriotion of their eondi
tion, (age, occupation, habits of life, ke,) and
in eases of extreme poverty, to Feaua Mdi
cwxa Faca or Ch aboc It ia needless to add
th.t th. A unci a tion eommandsthe hichest Med
ieal skill of the aire, and will furnish the most
nnMTMl mrwtnra tremtmcnt.-
The Directors of the Association, in their
Annual Report upon the treatment oi o""'
Diaeasea. for the year endinit January 1st, 1858,
express the hiehest satisfaction with the success
which has attended the labors ofthe Consulting
Surgeon, in the euro or Spermatorrnoca, emi
nl WMknmu. Imnotence. Gonorrhora, Gleet
Syphilis, the rice of Onanism or aelf-abnse,
4c, and order a continuation of the same plan
for the ensuing year.
The Directors, on a review of the past, feel
amhmJ that thnr labors in this sphere of benev
olent effort have been of great benefit to the
afflicted, especially to the young, and they hare
resolved to devote tnemseivca,
teal, to this very important and much despised
An admirable Report on cpermaiorrucp.. r
c:-.i wknM. the vice of Onanism, Maa-
turbation. or aelf-abuse, and other diseases of
the sexual organs, by the Consnlting Surgeon,
will be sent by mail (in a sealed envelope,) ran
orcBAaocon receiptor two wtamtw for post
age. Other Report! and Tracts on the nature
and treatment of sexual diseases, diet, Ac, are
constantly being poUUhed for gratuitous distri
bution, and will be sent to the afflicted. Some
of the new remedies and methods of treatment
discovered during the last year, are of great
Address, for Report or treatment, Dr. J. SKIt
LIN HOUGHTON, Acting Surgeon, Howard
Association, No. 2 South Ninth street, Phi lads.
By order of the Directors.
EZRA D. HEARTWELL, President.
Geobok Faiachild, Secretary.
July23,lSSS-ly. '
III !
Si
Cheaper than Ever!
In Full IBlast !
THE undersigned, proprietors of tho White
Cloud Steam Saw Mill, take pleasure in
announcing to the public, that their mill is in
the rery best order, and ther hare eamincnced
operations for tlie season. They are prepared
to do tawing of every kind aud description, ou
the shortest no ties. They will saw on the
halves, or for money, very cheap. They will
constantly keep on hand
ALL KINDS OF LUMBER!
which tliry will sell a little cheaper 'han can
be bad anywhere else, for Cash, or to good men
on short time. They bare also an excellent
Lath Mill, and are prepared at all times to fur
nish LATHS in any quantity, at low rates.
Give as a call, and satisfy yourselves that we
can do just what we say.
WM. MAUCK SONS.
White Cloud, March 17, 1859-tf.
ll
SEW IIOrSE kXD XEW GOODS I
B. F. RUFFNER 4 CO.
HAVE removed their Store to the large new
brick storehouse on the Levee, and have
received a fresh stock of Dry Goods and Groce
ries, which they are selling at the rery lowest
figures, for Cash. Former customers, aud the
public generally, arc invited to call and sec for
themselves.
White Clond, May 19, 1859-tf.
NOTICE.
'HUE subscriber, having located in White
m- Cloud, offers his services, as Physician
and Surgeon. It is his sinccra.wish that there
may not be a case of sickness for the next fire
years, within a circumference of fifteeu miles
of this place; but if unfortunately there should
be, try me, aud you will not regret it. A cure
will be warranted for every case of Ophthalmia
(sore eyes) that may be placed under my care,
for treatment. Terms reasonable.
Office over C. F. Jennings Store Room, op
posite the City Hotel. Entrance by way of
store. G. O. POND,' M. D.
White Cloud, June 2. 1859-tf.
THELATEST ASD GREATEST"
ASHOTOCEMEirr !
C3GAGCMEKT OP FILIX DARLET BV THX
NEW YORK MERCURY.
The Proprietors of the New York Mercury
realize a just pride and pleasure in announcing
the engagement of the world-renowned and i
imitable master of the humorous and graphic
rt' FELIX O. C. DARLEY.
who will hereafter employ his magic pencil iu
illustrating the series of First-Class Noielettes
by the best writers in America, which will be
published in the columns of the
NEW YOHIC MEKCUItY.
The engagement of Mr. D.irley, which was
only accomplished after much urgentsolicitation,
and the offer of the most liberal inducements,
will iiivest the Mercury with a aitistic rK
fectio in PICTORIAL DISPLAY, which
cannot kt fptalUi by any other paper, and will
prove the earnestness of our determination to
outvie all competition, and make the New York
Mercury A MODEL OF EXCELLENCE, as a
journal of American Literature and Art.
Mr. Uarlcv has engaged to design exclusive
ly for the M ERCUR Y, aud for so othk wna
lt : aim tlierelore, no cuiemporary succi can
hope to approach the New York Mercury in the
beauty and brillaucy of uuique aud appropriate
illustration.
The first picture front Mr. Darley' pencil will
appear in the New York Mercury, dated Feb.
IU, 1S5U, in connection witli a splenuid romance
of the sea. bv Ned Buntlme. entitled, r..
WAIF : Oil, THE TEKKOII UK Tilt.
COAST. A Tale of privateering in 1 n 6.
TERMS:
Single copis, 2.00 in advance.
Two " 3-50
Threo " 5.00 "
Eight " and one extra to
getter up ol ciud, iz.uu
All communications should be addressed to
CALLUWELL, gOL'THWitRTH VVIHTNEV,
Proprietors of the N. I Mercury,
22 Spruce street. New York.
Specimen cepies sent free.
MARRIAGE GUIDE!
VOUNG'S GREAT PHYSIOLOGICAL
1 WORK, or, Every one his own Doctor
Bainir a Private Instructor for married persons
or those about to marry, both male and female.
In everything concerning the physiology and
relations of our sexual system, and the produc
tion or prevention or offspring, including an me
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
engravings. All young married people, or those
contemplating marriage, and having tlie least
impediment t married me, snouiu rcau mm
book. It discloses secrets that every one sliouia
be acquainted with. Still it is a book tlial must
be locked up and not lie about the house. It
ill be sent to any one on tlie receipt oi iwcniy-
five cents. Address BR.WJ1. YUUJU,
416 Spruce St., above Fourth, Philadelphia-
march 1U, 'O'J-iy.
C. F. JEXXIXCS & BROTHER,
Forwardins and Conimission Merchants,
WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS.
'New &oods!
ARE receiving and opening a large ana com
plctc stock or
DRY GOODS,
GROCERIES,
HARDWARE,
QUEENSWARE,
SADDLERY,
CLOTHING,
. HATS k CAPS,
BOOTS k SHOES,
PAINTS k OILS.
PATENT MEDICINES,
DOORS SASH,
FURNITURE,
DRUGS. c, to
Which they are prepared to ell at the lowest
Innings brother
: aug. 5, 58, tf.
JUILLS! iUILIiS!!
millers and Farmers, Take Notice I
mitr ..iimiMil. having made arrange
X menu with the best house in St. Louis,
Cincinnati and Chicago, is now P"Prd o mr
.:.k .ii i;..rmni Mills and Mill Macbine-
nftho most aroroved plans, at the shortest
notice, and will rurnish at as TfVw prieea and on
a liberal terms as any Agent or Foundry ia
the Western country, vv ni also iuma
inmirur nil Threshinff Machine.
The undersigned, being a practical Engineer,
will set up and warrant all work rBh'dl.b7
him. He can at all times be foond at White
Cloud, Kansas, or Oregon, Mo m
REFER. TO
: C. F'. Jennings, White Clond, Kansas.
B. F. RnfTner Co.,
Peter, Fraxer k Co., Oregon, Mo.
Liken IfBoyd, St. Joaepb, Mo.
I. E. Greenwald, Cincinnati, O
Howard k Hinchman. St. Loois, Mo.
Cingsland k Ferguson, "
vUv 13,5a tf.
WHOLESALE & RETAIL!
BRIGG'S ARCTIC LIMMENT.
rpni3incomparableLinlment,apon which the
A great mass of the afflicted of all lands now
rely for relief from the pangs of Rheumatism,
Nvuralgia.Gont. Erysipelas, Cancer, Scrofula,
Sprains, Burns, Scalds, and all cutaneous disea
j,es, is rapidly superseding all similar prepara
tions. Oae B3Ute Triumphant!
Mrs. Moffitt.Ni 315 Morgan street, St. Louis,
having suffered for three years with Rheuma
tism, and tried many preparations withouteffect,
was cured by one .fifty cent bottle of Arctic Lin
iment.
St. Loms. Mo., April 23,1?53.
Tni Docroas CortDT Cuac Hi. Messrs. ;
Bragg k Burrowes Gentlemen: I havesufftr- j
ed rrom Salt Kheum for six years. I nave oeen
sorely afflicted, my face, eyes, and ears were
covered with sores' from the Salt Rheum, and
my bands were o had, that I feare.1 I should
lose the nse of them; my finger nails came off.
and my hands were one inas of sores whan I
commenced using Bragg' Arctic Liniment, and
by the use of fire small bottles, I was.entirely
cured, new nails have grown on my fingers, and
I am now entirely free from all sores or any rel
ics of Salt Rheum.
Previous to using the Arctic Liniment, I hid
been under the treatment of several ofthe most
eminent physicians in this city, and I never re
ceived any benefit from their treatment.
G.W. 1IAYDON.
Belcher k Bro.'s Sugar Refinery.
An Explosion.
Miwrius. Tc., Nov. 23. 1S57.
I hereby certify, that bavins been badly
bruised and scalded by the explosion of a Steam
Boiler, a friend induced rae to try Bra-g's Arc-
tic Liniment. The smart was instantly extrae -
ted f"ora the scalds, and in a very short time.
all the pain was gone from the bruises. In two
weeks I was well, and able to renme my busi-;
HENRY HAVERHILL,
Residence, Jackson st.
G od for Animals.
This invaluable Liniment is also equally efli
cacious in enring the diseases of animals.as wit
ness the followine certificate: Messrs. J. & A
a, .n.l I tt.1, Arnnt Cn.. keen the two i
larget Livery Stables in the West, and are gen-i formed srreit many oircs, when all other Me
crally known' thoughont the United States: j dicinesfailed t i d any g!o.l.
St. Loots, Dec. 23, 1857. ; r:ititi:i t P ireVtser. .
We,thenn.loriigned,havingusedDr.Brigs's Tlie only r-Tiiue hi "G. W. Merchant,
Arctic Liniment for noniber of months, cheer- i ikport.Sj. Y.." Mou in each Imttle, and al -fully
testify to its superior efficacy in curing the . TO ,;., lt,lr, 0Vl,r lnc crk
diseases of horses; so well are we satisfied of : j-y p,,n y,,.ts g.-ttuitouly furniihed by
the Arctic being tlie best l,iiunicni ntiue, na.
we would use no other. We keep and have kept
for a number of years, extensive livery sUbles
in this citv, and consequently our experience
about horses nd their diseases is mat, :
unhesitatingly say, that the
the onlv one we have ever fouml alwaTs ellec-
tire. We cordially recommend it to all Livery
Stable keepers, and others having tha care ot
horses. j.A.AK?inr.
LYNCH, ARNOT k CO.,
Chcsnut street.
Cactio". Many Druggists, having old Liui- j
ments on hand, will try to self thera to you as
the best, but do yon positively refuse to pur
chase them. Ask for "Bragg's Arctic Lini
ment," and take no other.
Lisr.aAL Panrosmo. The proprietors agree
to furnish each pnrchaserf a dollar bottle, with
a free subscription to the United States Journal,
for one year. This is one of the best Key ora
illustrated papers. A certificate, entitling the
holder to the benefit or this proposition, is en
closed in the wrapper around every bottle. Tlie
Arctic l.imment is pin np in acem, iwcin,
and 1 bottle. The 50 cent and $1 bottle con
tain 50 and 100 per cent, more Liniment in pro
portion to their cost, and are the cheapest. For
sale by BR AGO k B0 R ROW EH ,
Sole rroprieiors, at. ivron, .Misionn.
U" For sale in St. Joseph, by VanT,oar, Brit
tain Hanlv, SUrling, Loving & McDonald,
and W. R.Peuick.
hold r.r
Shreve k M.icy, White Clond, Kansas;
Reed k Stnrges, Iowa Point, "
James N. York. Doniphan, "
J. H. Maun k Co., Brownvillc, Nebraska;
Peter, Fraior & Co.. Oregon. Mo.;
Barnard, Adams k Co.,St. Louis;
And bv all Druggists. june 3, 1353, ly
CITY HOTEL.
WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS.
jonv H. ITT, : : : proprietor.
T
"Ill 1.3 HOUSE, which has j'u.-t been f?
completed, is one of the largest awl t'lK
fiut-st in the West. It is now open to the rul- !
lie, and will be kept in a style eqaal to the best !
Hotels. Every department will De eonuucteii
in sucn a way as to anora ine creaien oiuouik
or comfort to those stopping at the Horse.
THE TABLE
Will at all times be supplied with the very
.v.. .k l.. .(r..Jii iw,.K r ,i.
best that the market affords, both of the neces
saries and the delicacies of life.
THE SLEEP 150 AFASTKE1TT8
Are roomy and well ventilated, and the bed
ding will always be found in good condition.
THE SAL MS
Is supplied with a variety of 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 large nmnber
of persons, and tlie utmost attention will ever
be given to the wants of the pwblic
April 21, 1859-tr.
WILLIAM MAQUILKEN,
House, Sign, and Ornamental Painter,
GLAZIER, PAPER DANGER, AC,
WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS,
fSprepared to execute all work of the above
L kinds, in a superior manner. Having had
thirtv-five years' experience, he flatters himself
that his work will compare ravoramy witn tnai
of anv other person West ofthe Missouri River.
Will also attend to putting on r iro and wa
ter Proofand Gravel Roofing having had mnch
experience in business of this character.
julv 2, &7,tr.
W. G. SARGENT,
Altorncj and Counsellor at Law,
NOTARY rUBLIC.
And Commissioner for Maine, M.tssa
- chusetts, New York, Kentucky,
and Missouri.
BROWN COUNTY, KANSAS.
IT Post Office Address naml'n, Hiawatha,
or Padonia, Brown County, Kansas. CC
feb. 3, 59-ly.
V. D. MARKHAM,
ATTORXET AT LAW& REAL EbTATK AGEST,
WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS,
WILL practice In all the Court of Doni
phan, Brown, and the adjoining Counties;
pav taxen for non-resident, and buy and sell
lands. Particular attention paid to collections
in Kansas, Nebraska, and North-west .Missouri
OFFICE ON MAIN STREET.
jan.20,5-tf.
GEORGt P. LUCKHARDT.
' 'Watchmaker, and Dealer in -
WATCHES, CLOCKS & JEWELRY,
OREGON, HOLT CO., MO.,
rT1AKE3 the liberty to inform the citizens of
j White Cloud and vicinity, that ne nas
opened a Watch, Clock and Jewelry Store in
Oreron. Holt County. Missouri, where be will
keep constant! von hand, and for rale, a good
assortment of Gold and Silver Watches, Clock
and Jewelry, which he will sell extremely low,
for Cash. Also, a fin lot of Violins, Aecnrde
ons. Silver and Plated Spectacle, Gol Pen,
with Gold and Silver Extension Cue, Silver
Thimble, Jte., te
ll t i prepared to repair Watches, Clocks and
Jewelry of very descri ption, ia the best manner,
and on' the moat reasonable terms.
Every article bwagbt in hi establishment, is
warranted to ho what they are represented to
be. Wateh repairing warranted Tor one year
june 4, '57, tf.
35
mm
HasSeen before the public for more than 20
Tear,indis leservedly popular.
From F. CD. Have it C irpe:iter, Srracnse, N".
Y-, Oct. 15, 1S5S.
We take ;reat jleaore in being able to say
that weatv s ld VJur Gargliug Oil more than
I ten vears.an I htre never heard a complaint
j from a' purchaser.
I FroraS.Brayton,L-wviile, Wis., Apr. 2'4,'5?.
I have conversed with several of my neigh
bors,w'iT say They art acquainted with your
'Gargling Oil. haviue; frequently used it for
i both Man and Bjvit," an-1 speak very highly
or its curative q itnties, and expreM a wish
i thatit might be left for sale in this place,
i FtcmMiwj.S. L.Jackson k Cn., South GiK
1 i. Tjiui-, April 17, 1358.
The Oil Uke like hat cakes in this country
We will n have to orJor another lot, in or-
j dr to get it here in time,
t From J. M- Irwin" C ., Saliucvillo, Ohio,
i Vireh3.I, 1S.VJ.
j We have .iM the last bjttle of the Garglinif
Oil. Sales are rapid n w, thouijli it was soma
time before we cot it st,rtod. It is entirely
the bct article we h ve ever sold. It haa per-
, ;tw r-stim nials ofits utility.
i . .,.,., ,ir-44,l to the
; MERCHANT'S GAIMMNG OIL CO.. B
; Lockport, N. Y.
j lrForsUe bv D.-u-isU and Merchant
e,n,nUr, ,.., .,, tho htlt States. British
.- . ' . -. . ., .i,
i Possesions, in 1 nthw Cuntnes. Aud by
Shrhvk & Mact, White Clou I.
iu,iiiiiiii.
rimta. r ar.a jk ... wregon, mo.
Jksks k Co., M'liind City, Mo.
Ami bvone or mure agents in every town in
! the vicinity. WIiol sale at all larce eommer-
ial towus. sept. 30, 53, ly.
ZOOK & BALDWIN,
Wholesale nnd Retail Dealers ia
DKUGiMIEDICIiYES,
PAINTS, OILS, DYE STUFFS,
Fine Teas, Cigars, Tobacco, Perfumeries,
FOREST CITY, MO.
june 4, '57, tf.
j r1HIE undersigned have formed a co partuer
! a. Bliip, under tlie firm of
j LIKES Ac DOYI,
i As General land and Seal Estate 4gnU;
ST. JOSEPH, MO.,
and will nive prompt attention to all and every
! branch of busineaa pertaining to Real Estate
I Agencies such as the Entry of Inds, in any
I of the Nurth-Weslern States ami Territories,
i cither by Kind Warrants or by Money.
We will aim attend to the purchase and sal
! of improved Real Estate, Town Lota, ke.
' LAND WARRANTS BOUGHT AND SOLD.
! Remittances by Land Warrants, or exchange
on sme one ofthe principal cities, must arcom-
l pan y all orders. JlillW M.. i.iivr.m s.
t -
JOHN W. BOYD
REFERENCES.
Moil. C. J. Faulkner, or Virginia;
Hon. Win. H imbletou, of Maryland";
Wm. M. Marshall, Ewi-.of Hucrstowu Baat.
waryianu:
1 Henry M. Brent, Esq., Carihior of Valley Bank
! of Virginia;
! ,C? M.Kre. Esq.. Cwhier of Valley Bank,
Charlestown, Vireiuia;
D. Burkhart, Cashier of Bank of Berkeley,
Virginia;
Allen C. Hammond, M. D., Berkeley Co.
Virsinia;
Draketv k Fentoar, Baltimore, Md.f
Josiah Lee k Co., Bankers, Baltimore; -Brown
k Johnston. Bankers, Vickaburgft,
Mississippi;
Cuddy, Brown k Co., New Orleans;
Jack k Bros., Louisville, Ky.;
Andrew Hunter, Esq., Charlestown, Vn,f
Jesse D. Slingluff, President of Commercial
& Farmers Bank, Baltimore;'
W.Bollman, General Superintendent BaMti
more and Ohio Railroad ;
Forsyth Baker, Wheeling, Va.
Bela' M. Hughes, St. Joseph, Mo. r
Silaa Woodson, " "
Reuben Middleton,"
E. B. Webb, Carmi, III.;
A. T. Stewart k Co.. New York;
Gage, Dater Sloan, '
one 25. 57, tf
TIIK ECLECTIC COLLEGE Or MEDICINE,
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
THE SPRING SESSION of 1855, wM
commence on the 9th of February, and continue
sixteen weeks. A full and thorough course of
Lectures will be giren, occupying six or ooven
hours daily, with good opportunities for atten
tion to practical Anatomy, and with ample Clin
ical facilties at the Commercial Hospital.
The arrangement of the chair will be as .'al
lows: T. E. St. JOnX, 31. D
Vmfeosor of Anaiontf and PUnsvAogf.
3. F. JUDGE,. DM
Professor of Caemistro and Piarnmey.
A. J. HOWE, M. D.,
"Professor of Surgerf.
C. II. CLEVELAND, M. D.,
Professor of Materia Medico and Therapeutics.
WM. SHERWOOD, M. DV,
Professor of Medical Practice and Prtkslsyu.
J. R. BCCTIANAN, Jf. D.,
Emeretus Professor of Cerebral Physiology and
. Institutes of Medicine.
JOHN KING, SI. V.,
Professor of Olstetric and Disease, of Women
and Cbildre.
Th Term (or the Session wIU be the same
as heretofore, vix: Matricnlation, $5,00. Tn
ition, i-iO.W. Demonstrator' Ticket, $5.00.
( Every Student is required to eniraee in disoee-
tioo one session before graduation,) Graduation
$25,60. Ticket to Commercial Hospital, (op
tional) $5,00.
Th Leetore-Rooms are newly finished, aeat.
and comfortable, and in a central locality, (ia
College Hall, Walnut Street.) where todenU
will Sod it convenient to eall on their arrival.
Tickets for the session may bo obtained of
the Dean of tie Faculty, at bis office, No. 113
Smith treet, or of Prof. C. II. Cuavtlawo,
Secretary of tke Faculty, No. 139 Seventh St.,
ear Kim. JOHN K.IJVU, N. VUean.
july 15, 1858-ly.
The College Journal of Medical Science.
A Monthly Magazine of 43 page, conducted
by the Faculty of the Eclectic College of
Medicine, is published at One Dollar a Year,
payable in advance. The volume of the Jour
nal commence with the year. Communication
for subscription, or for specimen numbers, should
be directed to -
Dr. C. H. CLE AVEL AND, Publisher,
139 Seventh street, Cincinnati, O.
july 15,1853-ly.
feb l,5Vf.
in thi,' rlimatc-
mat r.,r, ly

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