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.neering.thimu.p . i- - in? auui . " In the si me sneering way t!UcheWp f Io" Urt tickeVin tht State, derisively. ih KF'". . r:,v( because the eandi " frnuers. They are themselves Vteo old I office bolder., -ho have lived JX&r-i-SUte-nip7 them for sneer wiw - " - ... ... t rrTke King of Bararia'i alliance wun ixia 17 . ante a taste for actresses extern"' .. ..... - ... i:..mn. rieia marsoai inuw HSL of Bri ""J1 B,lrtle1 tb wid0 Qr" 01 ,t u-1,.. ;red the title . . . -HHllCUl wmw - " . F-nksnberg. end Duke Louis of wrist" bmti ' B10rS"n4t!e mrriS w' fjT,n .j rtl, vha lu been raised Btmeu .Mi 1 .u.nnbilitTMBtronWtldsee. Occasional " writei on the 24th nit, to rw pre "I pe"'" ' -r..c:.rfn enrrespoodents that Judge Zja is rP"111? ,tin more ,borata r Linton the subject of popular sovereignty P ! T wti the firat to make j tit Tanurc ; - . , i, wtemeat. I no repeat it J adge Douglss tloott completed paper on this question, rticb .ill toon be published." vr Kansas is now the "land of promle." to Ptit krt already granted about twenty- i. dirorce esses. It requires oniy sweuty l'iedeDee. A gentleman living in Indi- 1 - ..a, taliaajl A lAaM that Ilia fa while then visiting a mena in Kansas, naa tMi a divorce, and was paaaing herself off a, blooming "Miss" of sweet sixteen. Cold UisnBieierit ground for a diroree." rjlt is said to be a peculiarity of the Em- that oa the new oi Datue ne never puis lone out of a walk. I hear that In a letter g the Empress he mentioned that this was his kbit, ia order that be might be able to remain a horseback for a very long time without reel ing fctigue. An aid-de camp twists up little cuttles and passes them to him every three gc lour minutes. rr Daring the next fall season, a monument inotj fire feet in height, of pure white marble, nil be erected in Ashland Square, Baltimore, a armory of Wells and Aldomas, tne two tgung riSecen who killed General Robs, com uder of the Brili dh forces at the battle of North Point, but who were immediately shot Huelres, in consequence or that deed. UA London publisher announces a new Mok by Ilorace Greeley, nnder the queer title of "Aunt Sally come up, or the Nigger JaIc." Phpa it is Doesticks famous report of the pest taction sale of Fierce Butler's negroes at Strunah, published originally in the Tribune, npied abroad, and now to be put between cot en, and attributed to the editor In chief. 17 An entbnaiastic and blaophemous Virgin- iu, whose idol ia Got. Wise, hopes that "if the ffoplf of the United States do not reward him with the Presidency, he will, at the end of his nrthlj career, be raised by the Lord to the highest Kit in the high test heaven, and will there shine and sparkle in all coming time like the most sptrkMng California gold.' 57 It U taken for granted that, should the Amtrius he driven out of Italy, a French army of ofasrrration will hare to be kept there for . - a i - r .1 c t. aii officers, it it is said, upon the strength of this mrietioo, hare taken houses at Milan and Gcua fur two years aud upward. VT A Utter in t1. Rtpminitli.M IVnn fnnp. nl states that immediately on the receipt of the news f the peace between France and Aus tria, Kossuth lost no time tn puttin ; the friend I; bonndarr of Switzerland betweeq himself and thu imperial despots, not waiting for any expla nations from his late ally, Napoleon III. CT The next electoral college, to be chosen in November, I860, and to meet in February, 1561, will. If Kansu should be admitted at the seit session of Congress, consist of 306 rotes, 154 of which will be necessary for a choice for President. The slaweholding Statea will have 180, and the nnn-slaweholding 186 of these. BTAn anvil has been cast In F.ngtand, where on to hirnmer materials for the newly-invented riSe cannon, which weighs twenty one tons and n!f ; the trip-hammer that is to do the pound In?, weighs over thirteen tons. With such im plements, the manufacturers ought to do a "imtshing business." ET The Louisville Journal calls attention to He fact that the Government organ at Wash ington has made several attacks upon Mr. Sum fi for an abTt criticism of the Dred Scott owision, but has not found one word to say pit the disunion speech of Mr. Rhetr. D"Ned Buntline," the story-writer, and Pst years notorious other ways than as an Mthor, now Hres soberly and happily with his ife.wavnp in the woods of Northern Nw fork, hunting, fishing, and writing for the New York Mercury. 17 A Washington correspondent of the New fork Tribune says: Quiet but bring P. M. General Holt forward as a com lomise candidate for Charleston. t7 Serious charges against Ward B. Burn . Surveyor-General of Kansas, have been preferred at the Department of the Interior, invoking personal and official charareter. The Secretary will order immediate investigation. IT A Washington correspondent of the New ork Tribune says : "There is positive infoi ion here that Mr. Hunter will earry all the r"pnia delegates, and will probably be the "miaee at Charleston. ET A letter from Pike's Peak says that gam and whiskey drinking flourish then e ""irely. Tanglefoot whiskey tells fortwenty e tn drink, and "it will almost make a hed histoe nails. D"The three magnificent ships of the Col- ms hne the Baltic, Adriatic, and Atlantic y ow at a great sacrifice less than a mil ' of dollars forall three. The Adriaticalone more than that ram. IT The Lancaster rPa.t Union un the Iarv. harvest ever secured in that Gounty Is now It estimates the wheat at four Nohth (Jaeouka ELtcnosT.-,Thongh theretnrnS from all the Congressional dis tricts in Nrth Carolina are not complete, it is general conceded tbat the Opposi tion in that Stale have elected foor of their candidates for Congress, being one half of the delegation, and a fain of two members as compared with their strength in the last Congress. The following are the names of the members elect : Democrats Thomas Ruffin, Warren Winslow, It. O B. Branch, Barton Ii. Craige. Opposition W. N. H. Smith, John A. Uilnver, J. 21. Leach.-Z. B. Vance SALE OF JLANDS FOR TAXES. Owners' Names. Death op Hohace Mark. The death of Hon. Horace Mann, of Yellow Springs, yesterday afternoon, is announced by tele graph, lie had been serionsly ill for few days past, bet we have no further particulars as to lus last sickness. 3. M. PETTENQILL & CO-'S ADVERTISING AGENCY. 119 Nattam St.,N. mad 10 Stale St., Boston 8. M. PETTENGILL k CO. are the arents ror tne Chief," and tbe most influential and largest circulating Newspapers ia tbe United Statea and the Canada. They are authorized to contract for a at oar lowest rates. J. t. POST, General Newspaper. Adver tising and Subscription Agent, second storv. nortb-west corner of Csestnnt and Third Sta St. Louis, ia oar authorised Agent in that city, and ia empowered to contract at our regular rates, and receipt ror ns. Messrs. ROCJND3 k LANGDON. of Chlca go, are our authorised Agents for that city. CHICHESTER ft SANFORD, Proprietors of the Merchants' Advertising, Commission and Collecting Agency, are Agents for this paper, in tbe cities of rniladelpma aud Baltimore. J. E. DUDDERIDGE. of Su Louis, is an authorized Agent for the Chief. STEAMBOAT EE3ISTEE, Part of White Cloud. 1859. being sarins tion. pamered. 'ons of bushels, and everything in propor- There is a secret order in Hudson, Wis., ".'ed the 1. 0. of G. W. Independent Order - urass Widower. It is said that Jefferson Davis is prepai- "e wu. to bring forward during: the neit aes- , of Congress, to repeal the laws against the waae. iTLater ietnrns from Kentucky and Tennes show great gjni for th. Opposition. aaaiviD or. Amaha, March Tbos. E.Tutt, Emigrant, Omaha Citv, Sioux Citv, " ' E. M. Rylaad, Hesperian, Asa Wilms. Spread Eagle, White Cloud, Hannibal, Omaha, faun, April E. A. Ogden, Sovereign, Wm. Campbell, Hesperian, Emigrant, John Warner, St. Mary, Spread Eagle, Wm. Campbell, Florence, Sioux Citv, Tbos E-Tutt, St, Maw, U. S. Gov. Bout, Isabella, Wm. Canibell, E. M. Roland, Omaha, St. Mary, Mty Duncan S. Carter. Asa Wilgm, Wm. Campbell, Carrier, St. Mary, Intan, Wm. Campbell, John Warner, C. W. Sombart,, St. Mary, Emigrant, Hesperian, Wm. Campbell, Sioux City, St. Mary, Duncan S. Carter, lobelia, Wm. Campbell, St, Mary, Hannibal, Omaha, June Wm. CampbeU, Chippewa, C. W.Sombart, Peerless, Spread Eagle, St, M.iry, A. B. Chambers, Minnehaha, Wm. Campbell, J. D. Perry, Sioux City, Florence, Ben Lewis, Sky-Lark, Duncan S. Carter, St. Marr. South Wester, D. A.January, Alonzo Child, Wm. Camobell, -War Eagle, Twilight, Rowena, Peerless, Su Mary, Emma, latin, A. B, Chambers, Wm. Campbell, John Warner, J. D. Perry, St. Mary. Sioux City, South-Wester, Wm. Campbell, Omaha, Duncan S. Carter, D. A. January, Carrier, July St. Mary, Thos. E. Tutt, Wm. Campbell, Peerless, St. Mary, Emigrant, Wm. Campbell, Isabella, Sioux City, St- Mary, D. A. January, Wm. Campbell, Omaha, James Raymond, Peerless, St. Mary, Wm. Campbell, Emigrant, St, Mary, John Warner, Aug. Wm. Campbell, St Mary, D. A. January, Wm. Campbell, St, Marr, Wa. Campbell, Thos. E. Tott, Omaha, St, Mary, Sioux City, rasszo sows Florilda, March 10 Thos. E. Tutt, Omaha, Omaha City, Emigrant, -Sioux City, Hesperian, . E. M. Ryland, Asa Wilgus, Spread Eagle. White Cldud, April Hannibal, -Omaha; latan, E. A. Ogden, Wm. Campbell, John Warner, Emigrant, Sovereign, Hesperian, St. Mary, Spread Eagle, Wm. Campbell, Sionx City, Su Marv," Thos. E". Tutt, Ixabella, W.Campbell. May E. M. Ryland, St. Mary, Duncm S. Carter, Wm. Campbell, Omaha, Aoa WilgiiSi Florence, Carrier, St, Miry, latan, Wm. Campbell, C. W. Sombart, St, Mary, Hesperian, Wm. Campbell, John Warner, Sioux Citv, St, Mary," Duncan S. Carter, Isabella, Wm. Campbell, St. Mary, June C. W. Sombart, Hannibal, Wm. Campbell, Emigrant, Peerless, Omaha, St. Mary, A. B. Chambers, Minnehaha, J. D. Perry, Wm. Campbell, Duncan S. Carter, Sioox City, Ben Lewis, Sky-Lark, South-Wester, St. Marv, U. S. Gov. Boat, D. A-January, Alonzo Child, War Eagle, Wm. Campbell, Twilight, Rowena, Peerless, Emma, St. Mary, latin, A. B. Chamber, Wm. Campbell, John Warner, J. D. Perry. Duncan S. Carter, Sioux City, St. Mary, South-Wester. July 2 Wm. Campbell, 3 D.A.January, 3 Omaha, 6 St. Marv. 7 Wm. Campbell, 8 Perries. 8 Thos. E.Tutt, 8 Florence, 13 St. Mary, 14 Emigrant. IS Wm. Campbell, 16 Sioux City, V Isabella, 18 St, Mary, 21 Carrier, 22 D. A. Januarv, 22 Wm. Campbell, 24 Peerles, 26 James Raymond, 27 St. Mary, 28 Omaha. 29 W. Campbell, Aug. 1 Emigrant, 2 St- Marv. John Warner, 6 Wm. Campbell, 8 St. Marv, 11 Spread Eagle, 12 D. A. January, 13 Wm. Campbell, 15 Chiprtewa, 16 St. Mary, 18 Wm. Campbell, 23 Thos. E. Tutt, 23 NOTICE. PTTTE would most respectfully say to or old V V friends and customers, that we have clo sed out our stock of Goods in this place, and all those indebted to oa by note or account, will please come forward and pay np, as we cannot pive any longer indulgence. 6 B. r. ROFFNER CO. aug. 25, 55-2m. LIST OF LETTERS REMAINING in the Post Office at White Cloud, Kansas, August I5th, 1859. ' Bannan James Litt John Barber George P 2 McNeil William S Belts A R Minard Reuben Caswell Alonzo M Piper Thomas J Graham Joseph . Roberteoa Lieut B H, U S A Hoggins Robert C Snowdon Benton Leek Henrr Warren J aug. 25. 59-1 w. H. F. MACT. P. M. Bivens David Fant Hamilton G Me William E 8roith Jane D Tarr John C & Heidman D e o s n w qr V n w qr e qr n ar fr nr Tarr Campbell 4 Benjamin R B n w qr T T ll it i. s e qr Blackburn H U Bageman John Burbank Edward Bradford Ezra Bradford John Buchanan Robert Bachanan El ward Bash R Y Same Unknown Owner Caldwell W 8 Campbell Thos J Unknown Owner Saras Frszer Ben ii Co Fitzgerald Henrr C Ferrelay Wm H Fleming David Same Griffith Jefferson Same Griffith S M Same Same Harter G W Hamilton J B Hall Geo H Same Hays Ijissc Hunter William -Johnson Ole Johnson Albert J Keller Charles Kenyon James SI Lytbega R If Miller Anderson Nelson Nelse Owens Yonng Peters Elijnh Rogers G Ree l G B Robinson Jabca RpggH Elisha Randall Thos Steward Robeit Si-lunidt Geo Strong U II Swerengen Bradford J Smith Robert A Tarr Campbell a w qr e of e qr eT)r n w qr n w qr n e qr n e qr n wqr -g of n w qr e qr n w qr n e qr s w qr s w qr . a w qr n e fr qr e I of s e qr n of s w qr n e qr frac n w qr n W qr n e qr s e qr b w qr n e qr of n e qr of s w qr iwqr s w qr n e qr s e qr n a qr n w qr n w qr n e qr s w qr S w qr n w qr n w qr n e qr s e qr n e qr w of s e qr w qr s w qr s e qr h e qr s w qr h J of n e qr o ao 23 84 6 S3 2 II 14 32 24 29 23 18 17 9 20 17 8 29 19 4 9 20 1 20 21 25 22 25 26 26 2 3 3 Tarr Campbell t Fleming David n e qr .Terkleson Christian O n w qr Leason Thomas fr w J of s w qr Stnrges P II & Co s e qr Dash R Y Lot No. 8 3 3 4 1 1 1 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 2 1 1 2 2 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 1 2 a 1 1 o 1 2 1 1 2 2 1 2 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 e a 17 IS 13 16 15 IS 13 18 18 18 18 13 18 18 13 17 18 18 17 18 18 18 e 25 160 160 160 160 - e 83 00 8 00 8 00 15 00 .2 5 -1858 85 61-1004 00 160 160 160 80 160 150 160 160 160 160 40 160 160 0 70 160 160 8 00 8 00 9 60 4 00: 8 00 8 00 300 8 00 8 00 ' 8 00 2 00 8 00 8 00 3 20 3 50 8 00 8 00 18 158 6 100 8 00 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 13 18 1 13 8 2 18 35 1 18 20 1 18 19 1 18 23 2 18 26 1 18 1 2 18 14 1 17 15 1 18 2 2 18 10 2 18 34 1 18 11 2 18 14 1 18 17 1 17 20 1 17 34 1 18 14 2 18 3 2 18 10 2 18 19 1 13 22 1 13 34 1 18 17 1 18 22 i 18 20 2 13 Block 10. Sit. 80 80 160 120 160 160 160 153 158 80 80 160 1C0 160 160 160 160 158 160 160 160 160 160 160 160 160 70 160 160 160 160 150 80 160 160 120 80 Ry, 4 00. - 4 00 8 00- 6 00 1 23 80" 8 00 8 00 4 00 4 00 8 00 8 90 8 00 8 00 8 00 8 00 8 00 8 00 8 00 8 00 8 00 . 8 00 8 00 8 00 8 00 5 00 8 00 8 00 8 00 8 00 7 50. 4 00 8 00 8 00 3 00 14 00 50 3 00 llobst James Lot No. 1, Block 7, Ah TTeasnrer of Brown County, I will, on Friday, the 16th day of October, 1850, at the Court Ho'ise door, in the town of Itiawatha, Brown County, Kansas Territory, proceed to sell said lands for the taxes due thereon for the year 1853. as set forth above, and tlio costs accrued and the expenses of sale. Said sale will be made as the law directs, and contiuue from day to day till finish.!. 8ASIUEL W. WADE. August 25, 1859-4w. County Treasurer Brown County, K. T. Side-Walks. Be it ordained bv the Mayor and Councilmcn of the City of White Cloud, lit. That the Proprietors of the lots on M lin Street, between Second Street and the Levee, on the west side of Main Street, and between Second and First Street, on the east side of the said street, be, and are hereby required to make a good and substantial side-walk in front of said lots; each proprietor building the side- alk in front of his lot or lots; said walk to be nine feet wide, and made of Burr Oak, Brick, or Stone; that said work be completed by the first d iv of October, 15'J; and if not so com pleted by said time, that the same be done at the expense or said proprietor. SJ. Retained, That the Citv Engineer be em powered, and is hereby authorised to carry iuto effect the first section of this ordinance. 3J. Retoloei, To it the City Engineer be re quired to establish the grade on Main Street, from tba Bridge across the Kavine to the Le vee. II F. MACY, Mayor, Attest J. F. Swaart, Register. White Cloud, August 8, 1859. al83. Improving Main Street. Be It ordained by the Mavorand Council men of the City of White Cloud, That an appropriation of I orty Dollars (f 4'J) be and is hereby made from the city revenue, to m prove Mam street, between Levee and aixtb Street. H. F. MACY, Mayor. Attest J. F. Swasts, Register. White Cloud, K. T , August 8. 1659. Uealth and Happiness Secured I THE CONCENTRATED CURE THE CONCENTRATED CURE A POWERFUL REMEDY A POWERFUL REMEDY FOR WEAKNESS FOR WEAKNESS FOR EARLY INDISCRETION FOR EARLY INDISCRETION TRY IT ! TRY IT ! TRY IT! TRY IT! Youne men who are suffering from the effects of youthful indiscretion can be surely and per manently restored by using the Concentrated Care, OR AQUA VITAE! A Semedr of Great and Certaia Power! This remedy ia put up in (mall vials, and can be sent by mail to any address. A trial will satis fy. Ue it for a week, and you will experience a great benefit. A circular containing full par ticulars, sent (free) on application. Price per bottle. $1. Oue bottle will last a month. N. B. This remedy Is suitable for either sex. Address, K. CRUGER, Medical Agent, 743, Broatiway, New York. August 11, 1859-ly. Strayed or Stolen. FROM the premises of the subscriber, near Highland, Doniphan County, Kansas, du- ? tha Utter nart of Mav. one Red Roan Hnrae. aixtaen hands hi eh. four Tears old; pa ces, and has a red mane and tail. A liberal reward will be (riven for tbe recovery or tne horse, or any information where he is. july 14,59-tf. JOHN UNt.Al C. SHBXTC, SI. . H. S. BACV. SHREVE & MACY. DRUGGISTS, WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS. BT Dr- Shreve attends to the practice of Me dieine and Sorjery. He may be found at the Drug Store. leo. , c,u. V. D. MARKHAM. ATTOEXEY AT LAW 4 REAL ESTATE AG EXT, WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS, WILL practice in all the Courts of Doni phan. Brown, and the adjoining Counties; pay taxes Tor non-remaenis, ana ouy ana sen lands. Particular attention paid to collection in Kansas, Nebraska, and HovM- w ees Missouri OFFICE ON MAIN STREET. Jan. 20. 59-tf. -I f. BBLS. HYDRAULIC CEMKHT just LU received, per steamer Wm. Campbell, id for sale by S. U JENNINGS. eng. 4. 59-tf. To merchants and Manufacturers. NEW STORE AND NEW GOODS, At No. ' 124, North Second Street, Four doors above Vine, ST. LOUI3, MO. METAL DEPOT. We have in store and offer for sale- on the most favorable terms, and at the lowest market prices, a very large and complete assortment of Tin Plate, Copper, Block Tin, Knssia, Galvan iittd, and American Sheet Iron ; Copper Bottouis, Sheet Zinc, Spelter, Antimony, &c, &c. TINttEna'TOOLSA FINDINGS from the best manufacturers in the country, and embracing every article used in the trade. Al so, a full and complete assortment of Plain, Pressed and Japanned Tin Ware, which is made by the most experienced workmen and of the very best stock. We are SOLE AGENTS for the most celebrated patterns of COOK, PARLOB AITD HEATI53 STOVES, (for both Coal and Wood,) which we will sell at extremely low prices, and will warrant to give a. good satiaftetion as any stove now in market. We have a full stock of Hollow Ware, 8u srar Kettles. Ovens, Stew Pots, Skillets, Tea Kettles, and all other articles in that line, which we are offering at greatly reduced prices. We are the sole and only agents of Ludlow's Celebrated Patent Self-Sealing FraitCans and Jars. This article has been in use more than four years, and is universally admitted in safety and convenience to be entirely without a rival. To Tinners we would say we have the TOPS and BOTTOMS for ALL KINDS OF FRUIT CANS, to supply the trade, and will make very liberal discounts. We invite both dealers and manufacturers to examine our stock. J. E. CROSS k CO., v No. 124, Korth Second Street, St. Louis, Mo. August 11, 1859-6m. SAMUEL LAPPIN, Land and General Agent, SENECA. NEMAHA CO., KANSAS, Wl LL promptly attend to Investing Money, paying Taxes, locating and selling Land Warrants, buying and selling Lands, and mak ing Collections in Northern Kansas and South ern Nebraska. Office on Main Street. REFERENCES: , V. D. MaacRaa, White Cloud, Kansas. E. A. Poclst, Iowa Point, " A. C. WiLoia, Leavenworth, " Gilsixt k STaarrom, Kickapoo, ' PHiixirs k Dodos, " ' P. L. Hodos!s, " " R. Dottow, Hiawatha, " Ltaixs k Born, St. Joseph, Mo. Osias Bailst, Bloom field, Edear Co., III. R. J. GaTLia, Indianapolis, Iud. jone 30, 59-ly. United States Land Office, ) Kickapoo, K. T., Jnlj 22. 1539 f TO FRANK C. ALLEN : Yon are hereby notified, tbat in accord ance with instructions of the Commissioner of the General Land office, issued on the appli cation of Welcome F. W. Robbins. and dated July 11th, 1859. ordering an lnvestigationf your pre-emption entry of the South-East Quar ter of Section Twenty. (20.) Township Two. (2.) Rane Sixteen. (IS.) allowed at this office, on tbe 27th of May, 1653; yoa are hereby di rected to be and appear before as, at this office, on Thursday, the first day of September, 1859, then and there to offer such proof aa yoa may desire, to show cause why your said entry should not be cancelled. J- W. WHITFIELD. Register. DAN'L WOODSON. Receiver. Aug. 18, '59-2 Quarrriag Stone. Be it ordained by the Mayor and Councilmcn of White Cloud, " Tbat all persons quarrying stone on the city premises, shall be Used one-fourth of said stone to be appropriated for eity purpose. H. F. MACT, Mayor. Attest J. F. Swabts, Register. White Cloud. August 6, 1859. FORECLOSURE OF MORTGAGE, a tie DMriet Court of tko Firwt Judicial Dis trict of KmuMMO Territory, mitkin aud for Bmm Csaafy, ia cation, August &, lb59. ON this day cams tbe PlaiatIT, Wamaa Left wieh, by his attorney. Warren W. Guthrie, and filed aa affidavit, statiag the Defendant, Joseph Y. Beiew, is a non-resident of this Terri tory, and eaanot be served with process therein. It is therefore ordered by the Clerk ia vaca tion that the Defendant be notified by publica tion being made in the White Cloud Kansas Chief, a weekly newspaper published ia the Town of Whit Cloud. County of Doniphan, and Territory aforesaid, for six successive weeks of the pendency of this suit, the object of which is to obtain Ihe foreclosure of a certain Mortgage Lien made noon the Lou One, (1.) Two, (3,) and Throe. (3.) of Section No. One. f 1.1 Town- shin No. Three, (3,) of Range No. Sixteen,(16.) In Brown County, containing One Hundred and Thirtv-One and Nineteen ftne.Hnnd'Fath aeraa (131 13-103.) given to secure the payment of me ueienaant's note to tbe Plaintiff for One Hundred and Ninety Dollars, ($190.00;) doe si: months after date, and dated Juue 24th, 1853, with interest at the rate of fire per cent, per month after maturity, until paid; and that uuiess ine s ua ueienaant plead, answer or de mur to the Plaintiff's Pjtitijri filed in this cause within the time prescribed by law, such Petition will be taken aa true, and judgment be rendered accordingly. Witness. Jimes R. Whitehead. Clerk of said Court, affixed at my offlje in Hiawatha, this eu oay or Au?ust, A. D 159. JAMES R. WHITEHEAD. Clerk, By Davin Pksslcs, Deputy Clerk. August 11, 1859-6. J J I1 fli FORECLOSURE OF MORTGAGE. la At DUtrict Cenrt of At Firot Judicial Dis trict of Kansas Ttmtaru aHlkin andfnr Brown Count, in tacatiaa, Augutt 6th, 1359. ON this day came the PUintiff, Waman Left wich, by his attorney. Warren W. Guthrie. and filed an affidavit, stating that the Defendant, Abner Hack worth, is a non-resident of this Territory, and cannot be served with a process therein. It is therefore ordered by the Clerk in vacation that the Defendant be notified by pub lication being made in the White Cloud Kansas Chief, a weekly newspaper published in the Toan of White Cloud, County of D miphin, snd Territory aforesaid, for six successive weeks of the pendency of this suit, the ob ect of which is to obtain the foreclosure of a certain Mort gage Lien made upon the North-East Quarter of Section No. Eleven, (11,) of Township No. Two, (2.) of Range No. Fifteen. (15.) in Brown Connty. containing One Hundred and Sixty (163) acres; given to secure the payment of the 1 uerendant's note to the rlaintin for Two Hun dred and Sixty Dollars, (-260.00;) dated June 24th, 1358; due twelve months after date, with interest at the rate of five per cent, per month after maturity, until ptiJ; and that unless the said Defend mt plead, answer or demur to the Plaintiff's Petition filed in this cause on or be fore the 10th day of September, A. D. 1859, such Petition will be taken as true, and judg ment taken acordingly. Witness, J.tmes R. Whitehead, Clerk of said Court, affixed at office in Hiawatha, this 6th day of Aiirnit, A. D. 159. JAMES R. WHITEHEAD, Clerk, By David Pccblcs, Deputy Clerk. Augurt 11, 1359-6. An Ordinance Prescribing the Duties of the Marshal. Sxctios I. Be it ordained by the Mayor and Conncilmen of the City of White Cl'oud, II t hall be the duty of the Marshal before he en ters upon the discharge of his duties to take an oath for the faithful performance of the same, and to enter into bond, with not leas than two good securities, to be approved -by the Mayor, conditioned to pay over all monies which may come into his bands from taxes, licenses and other sources as prescribed by the city ordi nances. Sec. 2. The .Marshal shall attend the ses sions of the City Council, and execute all orders of the Board or Councilmen. to him directed; provide fire, lights, and other necessary articles therefor: anl keen rerular accounts or all ex penditures by him, for the same; and make quarterly reports thereof, to the City Register. Etc. 3. It shall be the duty or the Marshal to execute all writs, and processes to him direc ted, bv the M rrrr or any Js,o t or any other Judicial officer; and return the same according to the commands of such writs and nroceses, within the limits ol the city. Sic. 4. The City Marshal shall by virtue of his office, be captain of the city police; and all policemen appointed under the providions of the citv ordinances shall be in subordination to the Marshal. Approved July 2, 1S59. H. F. MACY, Mayor. Attest W. H. Van Don. Register. July 23, 1359-3w. W. H. VAN DOREN TAKE3 this method of informing hiscusto ! mere, and the public generally, that he has ' removea to tne stand recently occupied by B- r.nunaers vo., where he is receiving and opening the largest sod cheapest stock of Goods that has ever been brought to this market, con siating of Dry Goods, Groceries, Hals and Caps, Boots and Shoes, aTTEXXSWATC, GLASSWARE, HARDWARE, TINWARE. Tobicco, Cigars, FLOUR, BACON. CORN MEAL. SALT, WHISKEY. TAR. Tuts, Brooms, FANCY ARTICLES, NOTIONS, iCM Of every description, At Wholesale or Retail) Which he is determined to sell fur A Little Cheapsr than the Cheapest! W. H. VAN DOREN. White Clou.l, June 2. 1859-tf. HI ' I Skv in lift ' Ml! it n Cheaper than Etcrl STEAM m MILL mi ibwi iitiiasu rjlHE art lenirne.1, proorietors of the White JL Cloud S learn Saw Mill, take pleasure la announcing to the public, that their mill tn the very best ordjr, and thev have commeaeed operations for the season. They ere pre par to do sawing of every kind and deseriptloa, aa the shortest notice. They will saw oa the halves, or for meaev, vary cheap. They will eotnttaat'y keep oa hand ALL KIN03 OF LUMBER: which (hey will sell a Utile cheaper thaa can be had anywhere else, for Cash, or ss good mea on short time. They have also an eseeUaat Lath Mill, and are prepared at all times to tar nish LATH3 la any quantity, at low rates. Gits as a call, and satisfy yourselves tbat ws can do just whet we nr. WM. MAUCK SON. White Cloud. March 17. 1359-tf. STEAM FERRY AT WHITE CLOUD! $0.T5 1 25 60 25 IS 10 4 10 Aa Ordinance Establishing tbe Police Department. Secnos; 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and Councilmen of the City of White Cloud, That there is hereby established" a Police Depart ment, to consist of the City Marshal and not more than sis policemen. Stc. 2. The Mayor shall have power to em nlov and anDoint not eieeedine sis policemen. and discharge the same, or any number thereof, whenever he shall deem it expedient. Sic. 3. Whenever an additional police force mav be ne'ressarv, in order to que!) any riotous or disorderly conduct, or in order to arrest or secure any person or persons accused of any crime, or violation of any law or ordinance. The members of the police department are hereby severally authorized to call upon any inhabitant of the city, and require his aid and assistance : and any person refusing to rive such aid and assistance shall be subject to a one of not less than one, nor more tban twenty dollars, to be sued for and recovered as in cases of other breaches of city ordinances. Pic. 4. The Citv Marshal shall be entitled to the same compensation as other members of the citv police, for the time actually employee, and the duties required of him by this ordi nsnce, may be discharged Uy his deputy. App-oved July 2,1 ?59. H. F.MAC Y, Mayor. Attest W. II. Va!t Doar., Register. July 28,1659-3w. RUNS regularly on the Missouri River, at the followiue rates: For crossing a team of 1 pair of horses or males, or 1 yoke or cattle, and waeon, loaded or empty, Three yoke of cattle and wagon. One horse and bofrjy. Saddle bone and rider, Loose horses, per head, Cattle, per head. Hogs and sheep, per bead, Foot passengers, Northern emigration, fiom 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 D -s Moines, Iowa; and as good roads through Missouri, by way of Savan nah and Oregon, to this place, as to any other point on the river. There are rood landings on both sides of the river; and on the Kansas side, all streams and sloughs, to the Nemaha, have free bridges, recently made for tbe Uov ernment trains from this place to Salt Lake and Utah. We can say to tbe California emi gration, that they can strike the old California Road within 13 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 ml miles rrom here: and they will find this road over 40 miles shorter tban the road from St. Joseph, and over 60 miles shorter than that from Leavenworth. We refer persona to the map, in proof of this statement; and we only ask emigrants and tra vellers te try this route, and we pledge our selves to pass them over the river free, on their return, if they are not attuned of the foregoing facts. White Cloud has three or four good stores and trading honses; two first-class Hotels; Umhar ia only flS per 1.000 feet: the country is rani (1 It filling ud: and there is as good a farming region, extending for over 60 miles back of the river, as can b found in any part of Kansas. MOOKE3 k TAILUK, June 9, 59-ly. PLOWS! PLOWS I Tl AVING received an agency LA. from the m-inufacturvr, I am prepared to furnish Prairie Plows of all sizes, double and sing'e steel Shovel Plows, Harrows, and Culti vators cheap for Cash. W. H . VAN DOREN. White Cloud, june 23, 59-tf. JOS. a. JSMKSO. AMOS COTT1Q. O. M. CDOIBTOIt. JAMESON, COTTING & CO GENERAL COMMISSION No. 6, Commercial Street, (Cire Building,) SAINT LOUIS, MO. april 21,59-6m. W. G- SARQENT. Attorney- and Counsellor at Law, NOTARY PUBLIC. And Coaamissioaer for Maine, Xaaaaw chasetts. New York, Keatacky, aad. Missouri. BROWN COUNTY, KANSAS. 9 IT Post OSes Address HamKn, Hiawatha, or Padonia, Brown Countv, Kansas, 1 feb. 3, 59-ly. : CITY HOTEL. WHITE CLOUD. KANSAS. I JOIIN II. UTT, t t PROPRIETOR, i miriq hottse. whtrk ha in.t hB -L completed, ia one of the largest and Jliil. finest in the West. It is now open to tbe pun-' lie. and will be kept la a style equal to the best Hotels. Every department will be conducted in such a way as to afford the greatest amount of comfort to those stopping st the House. TEX TAIL! Will at all times be supplied with the very best that the market affords, both of tbe neces saries and the delicacies of life. tsz iLzrpiKdl APAsnfrrrt Are roomy and well ventilated, and the bed ding will always be found ia good condition. TES SALOOV Is supplied with a variety of Liquors, Cigars, Fruits, etc., of a choice quality. There are likewise good Stabling aad Feed for Horses, and a competent persoa to take charge of them. The House can accommodate a large aamber of persons, and the ntmott attention will evef be given to the wants of tbe pvblle. April 21, 1959-tf. J. C SCOTT. Attorney at Law & Land Agent, SENECA, NEMAHA CO.. KANSAS. SPECIAL attention paid to the Colleetioa of Claims in Nemaha, Marshall and Brows Counties. . REFERENCES: Rcxt.xa k Wiujaas, White Cloud, Kansas. V. D. MaasHaa. - Jaan CaaoiLb k Co., St. Joseph, Md. Hoi. Saacst. R. Ccans, Keokuk. Iowa. E. B. HaLE, Banker, Cleveland, Ohio. Hov. Daiisi. R. Tilom, - Muni, Ottx k Co., Chicago, Illinois. R. U. Toaaiv, Diet. CI" k, Nemaha Co., K. T. july 14. a-iy. - - - Q. O. POND, M. D-, PRACTICING Physician & Surgeon, WHITE CLOUD. KANSAS. CT Particular attention paid to the treatment of Sore Eyes. jnly 2, 59-tf. Choice Land for Sale: SEVERAL tnct of T.uable Land, In the rieinitr of White Cloud, are offered for sale on reasonable terms. The land is oi tbe very best qnility, convenient to the river and to timber, and would be a profitable Investment to persons desiring to engage in the farming business. Also,anumberofc.ioice Lots in White Cloud. F.,r nirticnlars.in'iuireof the undersigned, at White Cloud, Kansas. aug. 26, 59, tf. v. U. MA Kn.lt AM. SAMUEL L- JENNINGS. (Successor to C. F. Jennings at Bro.,) Forwarding and Commission Merchant, WHITE CLOUD. KANSAS, HAS purchased the entire interest of the firm of C. F. Jennings k Brother, and will constantly keep on hand, at the old stand, fresh supplies of HDry oods! HARDWARE, QITEENSWARE, Clothing, Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, SADDLERY, PAISTS ASD OILS, DOORS AND SASn. latent Medidies, Drags, etc., etc., Which be is offering at the lowest rates, for CASH! Jane 1 6, 1859-tf. ALLEN HOLLCRAFT. Plasterer WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS. IS prepared at all times to eaeeute any work in his line, such aa Plastering, Cementing, etc, on short notice, at reasenable prices, and ia the very best style. Specimens of ' h.s work can be seen in White Cloud, apnl 21. 59-tf. HOWARD ASSOCIATION, Philadelphia. A Benevolent Inttilution ottahlieked ey tptcial Eudoiement for tKt Relief of the Sick and Ditttetted, fMicted vilk Virulent and Epidemic Diteateo. THE HOWARD ASSOCIATION, in view of the awful destruction ol human life, caused by Sexual diseases, and the deceptions practiced upon the unfortunate victims of such diseases by Onarka. aereral Tears aeo directed their Con sulting Surgeon, as a Charitable Act worthy of their name, to open a uispensary iov tne irea ment of this class of diseases, in all their forms, and to give medical advice gratis, to all who ap ply by letter, with a description of their condi tion, (ge, occupation, habits of life, Ae.,) and in cases of extreme poverty, to Foamsa Msof cinrs Fses or Chssos. It is needless to add that the Association commands the highest Med ical skill of the age, and will furnish the most annroved modern treatment. The Directors of tbe Association, In their Annual Report upon the treatment of Sexnal Diseases, for the year ending January 1st, 1P59. express the highest satisfaction with the success which has attended the labors of the Consulting Surgeon, in the euro of Spematirrhoja, Semi nal Weakness, Impotence, Gonorrhoea, Gleet, Syphilis, the vice of Onanism or self-abuse. Ac., and order a continuation of the same plan for the ensuing year. The Directors, on a review of the past, feel assured that their labors in this sphere ef benev olent effirt have been of great benefit to the afflicted, especially to the young, and they have resolved to devote themelves. with renewed teal, to this very important and much despised eauae. An admirable Report on Spermatorrtasa. or Seminal Weakness, the vice of Onanism, Ma tnrbetion, or self-abuse, and other diseases of the sexual organs, by the Consulting Surgeon, will be sent by mail (in a sealed envelope,) ran orenaeas,on receipt of -.wo rraars for poet age. Other Reperta and Tracts on the aatare and treatment of sexual diseases, diet, Ac-, are constantly being published for gratuitous distri bution, and will be sent to the afflicted. Rome of the new remedies and methods of treatment discovered during the last year, are of great Addre.fnrRerort or treatment. Dr. J. 5KIL LIN HOUGHTON, Acting Surgeon. Howard Association. No. S Sooth Ninth street, Philada. By order of the PSreetnra. EZRA D. HEARTWELL. President. Gsoaoc FarmcniLB, Seeretaru. July29.1853-ly. Important to Farmers i METROPOLIS FLOUR MILLS, LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS. THE proprietors of these Mills are bow rea dy to receive the new crop of Wheat. amf thev would particularly call (he attention of FARMERS to the importance of threshing. cleaning and getting their wheat to market at the earliest possible time, to avoid damage aud loss by letting it remain in tbe field till tbe Fall rains come on. Thresh your wheat at the Sams time of reaping, if possible ; bring it ia, we will tore it free of ehirge till yoa wish to sell. You will here find sale for sll your wheat at the highest market price, or yoa eaa exchange it fir fl-mr on the most favorable terms. Give ns good, oleaa wheat, and we wilt give you the best flour ever offered in this market. , EARtiE BUNTINO. . Leavenworth, June 5T1, 1859-tL Brace's Hew Tork Tjpe-Fadry, HAS now on hand aa Immense stock of Roman Type. Fancy Tvpe, Copperplate Script. Oermaa Type, Mu.ie Type, Ornament Chess and Checker Type, Borders, Brass and Metal Rules, Leada, Brae and Electro. Circles Snd Ellipses, Labor Saving Rules, . Corner Quads Metal Futnftere, efev The tvpee ere all east by steam power froaS the ban! metal peculiar to this Foundry. The unequalled rapidity in the process of easting enables me to sell thee more durable types as the lowest prices of ordinary types, either for cash or credit. Presses, Wood Type, Ink, Cases, Sticks, etc., furnished at the manufacturer's lowest prices. A specimen pamphlet of Fonts of Letter only and prices, mailed to printing offices, on the re- ' cention of seven cents, to pre-pay (be posugev Printers of Newspapers who choose to publish this advertisement, including this note, threw times before the 1st day of August, 1859, sad forward me one of the papers, will be allowed their bills, at the time of making a purchase from me of five times the amrrontof nry orana- f Address, GEORGE" BRUCE", 13, Chambers Street, New York, june 23, 1859. 3w. FARMERS AND WOOL-GROWERS, AlTENTIOtf! HAVING refitted snd enlarged my wool earding establishment, I am aosr prepar ed te do work in the bees manner, and at rea sonable rates. Persons st a distance, as well as all others, may rely upon being aeeonnaodV ted with promptness. Good and Cosatpeteaf tf oftaTesi astvsf fcefem employed. 1 wilt be" prepared to do spinning about the 1st of Jalv. The business will ba carried oa at the old stand, i miles snath-east of Oregwe, Me. SAMUEL WATSON, jane 9,59-3mo. . Try Ward's Telegraph T.iif! 'for fever apiD Acrri. WITCH aever fails to core! Warranted, if takes according to w'reetioas, to effect a eore. The proprietor eaa produce a thousand certificates to those who wish to see them, bat does not think it necessary to display than, as the medicine will recommend' Itself, if grvea trial. Try it ooee, and satisfy yowrself. Warranted perfectly Vegetable and harmless. For sale by Shreve k Maey. White Cloud i and bv Dealers everywhere. All orders meat, be addressed to W. W. WARD. Mansion Howe, Leavenworth City, Kansas, Geaeral Agent for Kansas. Nebraska, and the Weatera. States. July l,59-3m.