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ZH to tie Constitutional Convention. Jlmittiogpr.on.to rote npon tbr aErttia". at Wathena prec.nct. beon. of tbe Judges of Etec . We liner intended to be under lie Mm.tiDg. neb a charge: but we SubinkU.U voting basinets was . . queer proving, in view of the pl-in word.ng at tbe la 00 tM 0PJe" - . . art Via j nothing ot tne eircuuvii ..-. T.-elere claimi tbt, through mis- Uke, the JaJgee were furnished with the wrong 1 10 8" thenaselve b7 Dd M be discovered the mistake, be frmned the illegal noting. ' We bare no ' . t0 doobt his word, and will mero- thtt we had too much confidence jr. Larxelere, to believe that he had wld oat the PT- Rmmji.-Mr. John Pearson, an old bout 60 liring Pjt Creek, several milos trom tnis pis committed suicide, on Wednesday Infag of last week, by hanging him lin hi sUble. He bad been afflicted jtb the chills for tome time previously, d on Wednesday afternoon, remarked ihit everybody was giving him a cure for ibe chills, and none of them did him any pod ; bat that be bad thought of' a new aire, wnicD ne oejievea ue wouiu try, it. went onL but not retarni-jr for a con siderable length time, search was (nade forhiai, and he was fonnd banging in Ihtitable, dead. ' ' ' . ;Tbi Comrnoif, Last Wedhesdat, We attended the Repoblican County Convention, at Troy, on Wednesday' of tut week, and found a full delegation from nearly every Township. A. Lar selere, Eq.. was chosen President, and Tow. A. Osborn, Esq., Secretary. IH run Hoasel, of Doniphan, F..W. Erne ry, of Palermo, A. Larzeleie, of Wathe- ni, and H. N. Seaver, of Highland, were elected as regnlar Delegates to the State Convention ; and Robert J. Porter," of Troy, and W. Oram, of Wolf River Township, were chosen as additional Delegates. ' Before the meeting of the Conven tion at Troy, on Wednesday, Col. Ege made a short speech in support of the Constitution, 'and gave the Lecompton Democracy fits. It created a great flutter nil grumbling among the bevy of Pro 8!e7 pettifoggers hanging about Troy, who have read Ege out of the rmrty for Lit independence. The Col. claim, to le a Democrat, but says he is taking the oaly coarse to save the party from anni VUtion, in consequence of the inane they live made against the Constitution. Trot. This town his improved some, inee we were there last. Building have gonenp on all Rides of the Public Square, among which is the large store house of friend Brady ; and the place begins "to look somewhat like a town. They now bare two Hotels there, which are said to b excellent one. The greatest objection we have to Troy, is the long and misera ble road we have to travel to get there. That road has more terrors than all the cowhides in the Connty ! i : : The William Campbell, it is said, ba gone down the lower river. At Omaha the was attached for debt, but cat loose and carried the officers of the law away with her. She left debts all along the npper river. We understand that thi Rums River steamer Gas. Linn, and another ho it still smaller, are to rnn in the npper river trade for the balance of the season. ' Pmensa. Dr. Oreenbury Thorp, of Oregon, will preach at the house of Mr. Lnnsford, on the opposite bank of the river, on Saturday next, at 4 o'clock, P. M. On Sunday, at 12 o'clock, be will preack a funeral sermon at the same place. All wbe desire te attead oa either cca "o. will be carried over on the Ferry Boat free of charge. We see, by tbe Independent, that tweet and Irish potatoes are selling at Gennantown, Ohio, for 91 per bushel, and the latter are scarce at that Out here, Irish potatoes are dull sale at 30 cents, and sweet ones are very scarce. Mr. Independent, we'll "swap" you three bushels of Irish potatoes for one of tweet ones. ZS"The Reistr- of votara inr thia Township, appears in the last number of Io Point Dispatch. We know not whose fault it U; bnt tbe: names of at 't one-half the persons with whom we "cquainted, are misspelt. The list con-t-M 488 names. We know of number J voters whose names are not recorded. We notice that friend Watrons. Dispatch, bas been 'uniting himself bonds of ma-friavony, with Miss JWinda Burnett, of Oregon. It may be "ukitg of Ansel .We shall anxioutly the Dispatch, to read hit recanta N of Kansu Democracy. "The Dooipkaa Post, describing a says the snake was "six and a feet leRg, anj at thick at a man's Wcb wu killed just above the city. fo rars scc" How was tbe aan't fa killed t . fj" W 'earn that a .man and two were killed by lightning, during ""ondtr-rtona, on Tliurtday evening. P fonr 3et South or Seneca, Nemaha Uunty. I Spiakiho, Saturday Evekiso. Col. Ege, of Doniphan, and Nathan Price, Esq., of rjesry City, addressed the people of this place, on Saturday evening, in favdr of the Constitution. Col. Ege w an able speaker, and put in tbe licks right lively ' although, in consequence) of the multitude of subjects npon which he bad to treat, his remarks were somewhat ram bling. He is doing a good work for the Constitution. We believe be intends in fall back upon Democracy, after tbe vote on tbe Constitution. Mr. Price followed with a few well timed remarks. At the close of Colonel Ege'a address, a large portion of the crowd dispersed, not knowing there was to be another speech. We wero agreea bly disappointed in Mr. Price, He has a peculiar manner of speaking, rather slow and measured ; but be has excellent com mand of language, and advances sensible ideas. We should like to see him np this way again. TrThe Dispatch man kicks terribly at some person, whom he charges with being our spy, to inform ci of all bis move ments. We can inform him that we have no such spy or correspondent ; and if he alludes to the person whom we have an derstood he does, be is doing that person injustice, for be it innocent of tbe charge. Furthermore, if Ansel snpposes we are malicious towards him, or wish to break him down, be is mistaken ; for we wish him no barm. When we get a good thin; on him, we intend to nse it, and be has the privilege of doing the same with ns. We also intend to do all in our power to defeat him for office; and when we run for the Presidency, if be does not get bis eyes opened, we expect him to oppose ns, and to look very chop-fallen when he sees the streets of bis town illuminated in honor of our election I Fokkt Mistake. Several weeks ago, we published an article to show tlut Gov. Medary'a approval gave effect to the Reg istry Act, about which the Democracy grumble so tnnch ; and at the bottom we inserted the Governor's approval and sig nature, as it stands appended to the act. Tbe Doniphan Post, probably having merely glanced at it, and canght a word or two, took it for granted that it was a card from the Governor, declaring the Registry Act "no go." We are confident that was what induce! the editor of the Post to pen the following item : Gov. Medary is ont with a card, de claring the Registry Law, as inoperative, for the reason that its approval is not ac- knowledges. 1 he following word are omitted, "Approved, Febrnary, 1859." Coostt Cosventiox. A call has Wn issued fur a Republican County Conven- 4ion, to meet at Troy, on Saturday, the 221 int., to nominate a County and Le gislative ticket under tbe Territorial Or ganization, and candidates for the Lgis latnre, and other officers, under tbe State Organisation. It will lte an important Convention, and every Township should send up a full delegation, as it is desira ble to nominate a respectable and popu lar ticket. A call for a primary meeting for this Township, will be called in a few lays. 1 : J.. W. Jennings arrived here from the gold region, on Saturday, after an absence of little over a year. He reports affairs dull out there, and says that a ma jority of the gold discoveries, and stories of large shipments, are arrant humbugs. An old gentleman named Crane, whose home is at Doniphan, arrived here, from the mines, on Monday, and brought the same report. He also says tbst the Moun tain Fever is raging terribly out there, carrying off the adventurers at an alarm ing rate, and striking them down as sud denly as the plague. J. Z. R. Received that information in due time, and were as sorry as yon possibly could be, that the thing was a bad egg." . But we're nsed to it, and don't mind it mncb, as the old woman said of the eels. When we have a little spare time, will write yon. In the mean time, you needn't be backward. i"The steamer Gas. Linn arrived np, on Wednesday evening, one is abont aa large as a 6ngar-trough. When near our landing, a drunken deck band fell overboard. He yelled right lustily for the yawl ; but when the boat was lowered, be beat it to the shore. But he came out sober I cf Attekd to the Reoistrt. The Re publican Committee in each Township shoold examine the Registry, and ascer tain what names have been omitted; then have every voter whose name does not appear, to present himself and be regit tered within the time required by law. !" XyThe Republicans of Wayne Town ship should look to their Registry. At it stands published in the Doniphan Post, we know of a number of persons, tome of them prominent men, whose names are omitted. The prairie have been oa fire, in this -icinity, for a few days past. The consequence is, it is exceedingly smoky. Many persons are still making hay, and if they do not keep a sharp watch, it will "go op." 3TTbe New York Tribune contains aa editorial npon the "Caducity of Poli tics. We shall next look for an essay npon the "Comboboration of Spondnlix!" 13rMT. Thomas Bowen, of this Town ship, presented as with a watermelon, the other day. weighing 38 ponnds. The Disccssiosr at Tnor. In conse quence of the lateness of the hour, add the necessity for alarting home, we were only able to listen to Mr. Parrott'a open, ing speech, and a few wdrds of McDow ell's rejoinder. But we are satisfied that Parrot's rematkt were unanswerable. We learn that McDowell made a good fpeecb in iu way. but that it was by no means to tbe point. We are told that Parrott nsed him np hambiooiely; bat la bis clos ing speech; be wss seriously interrupted by the angentlemanly conduct of come of the Pro-Slaveryitea, who had been wor shipping in tbe temple of " Blind Barte mins." Mr. Parrott is treated very unfairly in these discussions. Ho has to ?peak for himself, and is responsible for everything he says ; while Judge Johnston is absent, it is supposed purposely to avoid discus sion. His place is supplied by different persons, who, no matter what they may say, will not acknowledge that Johnston is responsible for it. When one gets rid dled, a fresh one is started out, who will acknowledge no responsibility for any of bis predecessor's sentiments. 2 "ax Unfortcxate Mas. The nnfortn nate man about whom tbe song was com posed, must have been the candidate for County Attorney for this County. He went out to Hiawatha, last week, to en lighten the benighted people ont there in regard to the Constitution, and to show up its horrors. One Wm. H. Jones tackled him, and pelted the poor fellow so mercilessly, that he almost forgot his bat, in his hurry to get away. On Saturday afternoon, when Col. Ege spoke at Iowa Point, this same candidate attempted to reply to him. and refute his arguments ; bnt it is said that Ege made short shrift with him, and quickly silenced bis guns. This candidate may le very handy at laying a land warrant, or pleading an at tachment case before Chief Justice Tay lor; but he understand about as much concerning Constitutional law, as a rbi-1 noceros does about the price of putty. Notice. There'tvill probably be no paper Issued from this office, next week. Onr principal hand is called away, and we have ontsi-le business to attend to. We shall probably issue an pxtis, giving any news of importance we may receive. Hereafter, we hope to keep on uninter ruptedly. . jCST We learn that, at Hiawatha, in Drown County, appearances indicated that pretty mnch everything ua.s in favor of the Constitution ; but there was con sidenillo opposition to the Homestead. jCJT Those indebted to the firm of B. F. RufTner it Co.. will sec, by a notice elsewhore, that they will find it to their advantage to make immediate settlement. T It was not Judge Parkins, but a man named McCook, with whom Mr. Kingman debated on the Constitution qnostion, at Hiawatha. XjrWm. Recs, senior editor of the Doniphan Tost, died on the 15th nit., at Keokuk, Iowa. (For the Chief.) BLUE SPRIXGS ANI TIIE ADJA CENT COUNTRY. . Much inquiry is made by strangers and peo ple who contemplate finding a place for settling in a new country, as to the whereabouts of this new town, and they also wlh to learn what Is the character of the country aronndi For the Information of such, and others, I will briefly state, that Blue Springs is situated on the Big Blue River, in Gape County, N. T in Town ship number two, (3) Range number seven, (7.) and about ten miles North of the Kansas line. Tbe first Improvements in this place were com menced in March last, by building a substan tial Bridge over Bine, which Is the only one on this River. This now renders this point supe rior as a place for the crossing of all teams snd trains for trie West, via of Fort Kearney. The town is located immediately oppotite the Bridge on the West side of the rirer on a llfh , and nleasant elevation of eround. It takes its name from the Springs which gush op from dne portion of the town site, and afford an abun dance of fine water. It haa one good store in operation, a Hotel in progress, and an able Mill Company at work, preparing to erect some first class mills. Tbe region of country around, Is indeed one ol the very finest of any West of the Missouri. The soil is very fertile and easy of cultivation, sufficiently level er rolling, In parts, to suit the tastes of all classes. Timber is somewhat plen ty, consisting of Cotton-wood, Soft-maple, Wal nut, Burr-Oak', Elm, ke. The Creeks are nu merous, and well begirt with timber, snd they water the country exceedingly well. Building stone is abundant, and atone coal exists in the County. As improvement commenced In the town, people commenced to examine the coun try, and those who eaaae to look were satisfied, and even delighted, so much so that most took claims at once. Others went East after their families, with a view of coming back in the Fall or Spring. . People looking for claims eaa find them near the town and all about the County; consisting of prairie and timber on creeks, or splendid prairie claims very near town. None of this land has as yet been taken op by speculators, and (t is the leading idea of the settlement, to keep them ont, and eneoorage good settlers to eome In. take the land at Government price, and Improve it- There Is no better corn sad grain raising, and, hi fact, wo abetter stock -wising eonntry. In the Territories. Sorghum grows here finely, and all kinds of vegetables are grown easily, and in great abundance, wi th b' Ule labor. ' The market, at this point, for prodnce of all kinds, will be better than at places East. To supply the home demand, the travelling com munity, and the demand of the newer settle ments West, and the various stations along the Military Road, will require vat quantities of prodnce. Persons looking for homes la these Territo ries, will find this section to be all they desire in an agrienltaral country, -- R. N. HEW PUBLICATIONS. thi tsmararsnia rvausHEa, GEORGE G. EVANS. Ho. 439, Chestnut Street, - . PHILADELPHIA, ' r ' ; ' Has just added to hit extensive list, the fol lowing new books : . : THE LI KB OK - COLONEL DAYI D CROCKETT, Written By Himself. Compromising bis earlj life, Hooting Adven tures, Daring Deeds ia Border and Iadiaa War fare, Services ander General Jtckeoo fa the Creek war, Electioneering Speeches, Career in Congress, Triumphal Toor ia the .Northern Ptatcs, and strdggles in the Texan War of In dependence, together with an Account of his Glorious Death at the Alamo. ' ' " In one 12mo. volume. Haudjomely bound Price $1.00. - . T .. ' We copy the following from the Philadelphia North American: Colonel Crockett vaa a character. Uii auto biography has been long out of print ; bis rep utation for eccentricity has been presumed upon In the publication of all sorts of outrageous and obscene nonsense, in coarse almanacs, aud oth er vehicles for low humur. This volume is a re-publication of the gennine work, with neces sary additions; and will be new to the present generation of readers. It U as marked and characteristic as the subject was; hia portrait faithfully drawn, and none the less so that it is without effort, and perfectly naive and aincere. We well remember the amiable original in his Northern tour, and recall many of the incidents to which hia book alludes. We never hare looked npon his like since ; and rejoice in this re-publication as an act of justice ; to retrieve an honest man from vulgar miireprcsentation t , r ... r i t 1. 1 . 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It id a Tale of Domestic Life, rehearsing the interwoven histories of a round of every day character, and its aim is to show the follies of the too many, so culled passions aad pleasures of (.isliiotiaMe life, touching in no part upon ground that properly belongs to the rust doin iln of romance. The Bachelor Millionaire, Uncle George, is a character reminding us of the Brothers Cher ryble, and although he teaches the "sweet uses of Adversity" with severe discipline, it brings out the true beauty of rharity, and shows how few there are who can co through the trials of very day life, and iu the cud prove their con stancy - a Copies of either of the above books with a handsome Gift worth from 60 cents to $100, will be sent to any person in the United States, upon receipt of $1.00, and SI cents to pay post age, by addressing the Publisher. A neie cad Clatnified Catalogui ef Bookt in every department of Literature, together with a list of Gifts, and every information relative to the establishment of agencies in the Gift Book business will be mailed free to any one by GEORGE O. EVANS. Publisher, and Originator of the Gift Book Business, No. 439. Chestnut Street, ' Philadelphia. Henry C. Envin, son of James Erwin, and grandson of Henry Clay, d ed in Louisville, Kentucky, on the 19th nit. Mrs. Stovre is the name given to a fa mous racing mare in England, recently entered for tbe Goodwood races. S. M. PETTENGILL & CO-'S ADVKUTISINO AGENCY, 119 iVsa Sr., If. Y., mud 10 Slate St., Ration S. M. PETTENGILL CO. are the agents for the "Chief, "and the most Influential and largest circulating Newspapers In tha United States and the Canadas. They are authorized to contract for ns at our lowest rales. J. S.'POiT, General Newspaper, Adver tising and Subscription. Agent, second story, north-west corner of Chestnut and Third Su., St. Louis, is our authorised Agent in that oity, and is empowered to contract at our regular rates, and receipt for us. Messrs. ROUNDS k. LANGDON, of Chica go, are our aa-sorized Agents for that eity. CHICHESTER 8ANFORD, Proprietors of the Merchants' Advertising, Commission and Collecting Agency, are Agents for this paper, in the cities or rhiladelpma and Baltimore. J. E. DUDDERIDGE, of Su'Louis, is an authorized Agent for the Chief. .,- . ; notice. : V ;.v ALL persons knowing themselres indebted to the firm of B. F. Ruffnet A .Co- by note or account, are hereby notified to call npoa Y. D. Markha m, at White Cloud, aad pay the same without "clay. Jf thev fail te do so. they will be put to cost. . . JAMES FOSTER, oct. 6, 53-Im. . . . ,. ...... Netlce to Coitractors. ; BIDS will b received by the City Engineer of White Cloud, until Monday, tbe l()ta of October, for constructing aidewalke on Main Street, from the Levee to Second Street, on the west aide, and from First to Second Street, oa the east side of the same..- For particulars, ap tly to C. W. SHREVE, -oct.G,59-Iw. . f . ; . City Engineer. LIST OF LETTERS Remaining in the Post Office at White Ctoad, Oct. 1st, 1859. -, Barber George P. LeroyWmJ Davis George , Piper Thomas J ; Hanson N Smith Sherman Lamb Garland - Word Wm J H.F. MACT.P.M. Octobers. 1859-1 w. r ADMIN 1STRATOH. NOTICE. - NOTICE Is hereby given, that the wnder signed has beea appointed, by the Probate Court of Doniphan Cowntv.as Administrator oa the Estate of William K. Eaaley, deceased. AU peraons having claims again said Estate, are requested to present them without delay, or they may be precloded front any benefit of the Estate; and if such claims ar not presented within two yeail from this date, they will be forever barred. ENOCH SPAULDINO, . - - - Administrator. September 32, 1 859-3 w. . "I n BBLS. HYDRADUC CEMENT jost AA) received, per steamer Wm. Campbell, and for sale bv S. L- JENNINGS. aug.4, 59-tf. WAR IX KANSAS 1 1 rTIIIE neoDle are not furhtin? (br L'bertr. ar X the new Constitution, and alt tint tort of uung, uufc , C. DA3CA SAYRS is at war with high prices! There are Virions reports beln circulated throughout the Territo ry, that White Cloud baaHgoae wp,-' but it is a fixed Cut that the DRY GOODS Am) GROCERY STOEE ?:s?;.Zz . as .7 iia-to 1 .- ittui uvu si vaaa v m ass and well selected assortment of netrj domestic DRY GOODS AXD GROCEUIES, . QCEEXSWARE. : - HATS AND CAPS, . BOOTS AND SHOES. Ac.; do.,' -S AND SHOES. Sc.; do.. which will be sold cheaper than the chmrwst! 11.. - 1 . nf C! 1. .1 . be sold to suit tbe times. Come aud ace or j jonrsclves! 1 Being Str amhoat and Expires Airent, I will j attend to all basincss in that lim. ' 1 C. DANA SAYRS. tep.15, lBiD-tf. , . T Merchants and Minafictnrcrs. SJW STORE AND SKff GOODS, At No. 121, North Second Street,1 Four doors a!ve Viuc', ST, LOUIS, MO. ! METAL DEPOT. I We have in store and offer for tale on the l-Sr5'-rV ARTICLE MT.OS, Tin PlatP, Copper, Block Tin, Russia. Cah aa-j m anu Aniciicaa Mim iron ; up?T ; Bottoriis, Shert Zinc. Spelter, j Antimonr, ?., Sec. ( TINNERS" TOO T.S A 1'INI) IXGS from the best manufacturers in the eonntry , and . embracinr everr article wsod in the trade. Al- ' M, full and complete niwortment of Plain, Preened and Japanned Tin Ware, which is made ! bv the most experienced workmen and of the ; We m SOLK AGENTS for very I the most celebrated patterns of COOK, PASL0E A!TD HEATING 8T0TE3. j (for both Coal and Wood,) which we will sell j atextremcly low price?, and will warrant to trive ! a pood ssitMfaetion as anv tore now in market. I We hare a full stock of Hollow Warp, So- j war Kettles, Ovens, Stew Pots Skillets ! Tea Kettles, and all other articles in tli.it line, Wearethesolcan.Ioiiira-foi l.naiow's Leuniiea rnirDinnirnuax rrauvniNi and Jiir. This article has been in me more than four years, and is universally admitted in safety and convenience to be entirely without a rival! To Tinners we would sar we have the TOPS and BOTTOMS for ALL KINDS OK FRUIT CANS, to supply the trade, and will make very liberal discounts. We invite both dealers an.I nTsnufaclnrers to examine our stock. ! niinois, Wisconsin or Michigan, either for Cal- J. E. CROSS & CO., jiforniaovanvpartof Kansas or Southern Ne Xo. 121, North Second Strrrt.Ht. Louit, Mo. braska, will find a m lil nut to this point, on August 11, ISoD-Gm. j a State Road from Dps Moines, Iowa; anj as good roads through Missouri, by wayof Savan- lloaltli and llannlnect Sernrrd ! : nah a-n.1 OVegon, to this p!ace, is to "any olher ueaiiu ana Happiness .rrrca . on )he T1jre , iiidins!l THE CONCENTRATED CURE j u, ti4ei of xive Hm; on the Kansas THE CONCENTRATED CURE ' si,i,,HlI streams awl sloughs, to l!ie Nemaha, A POWER FUL REMEDY : h.,ve rrPC id-os, recrntlr made for the Gov. A POWERFUL REMEDY; rrnment trains from' tl.ls place to Silt Lake FOR WEAKNESS i anj inah. yre wn irr to-the California emi- FOR WEAKNESS FOR EARLY INDISCRETION FOR EARLY INDISCRETION TRY IT! TRY IT TRY IT! TRY IT! Young men who are suffering from the effects i here; and they wiil find this road over 40 miles of youthful indiscretion can be surely and per- shorter thaw the road fronr St. Joseph-, and over maiienllv restored br using the CO miles shorter than th it from Leavcuworth. Concentrated Cure, w rr persons to tne imp. in proof of this I statement; and we only asit emigrants aud tra OR j Tellers t try this route, and we pledge our- AQIJA VITAK! 1 selves to pass them over the river free, on their A Rsmedy of Great and Certain Power '. . ! return, if they arc not satisfied of the foregoing TTito rnnrnitv ! nut tin In cm nil vl:ils. anil can Ue sent hv mail to anv address. A trial will satis fr. Use it for a week, and von will experience a' great benefit. A circular containing full par ticulars, sent (free) on application. Price per bottle, $1. One bottle will last a month. N. B. This remedv is suitable for cither sex. Address, K. CRUGER, Medical Agent, 74, Broadway, New York. August 11, lS-9-ly. NOTICE TO TIIE MEMItERS OF TIIE PADONIA TOWN COMPANY. rpHERE will be a meeting of the members A, of the Padonia Town Companv, at Pado nia. Brown County, K. T., on the lt)th of Octo ber next, at 10 o'clock, A. M., for the purpose of fully orsanizing under their act of incorpora tion, and for transacting important business con nected therewith. It will be for the interest of everv Stockholder in the Commnv to be pres ent " - R. J- GATLING, President. ORVILLE ROOT, Secretary. sept. 29, 59-2w. , ATTACHMENT NOTICE. Before Henri IT. Ptttrr$on,a Juttice of the Ptnet in and for Nrmtha Toirnihip, Nemaha Cntntf, Kantai Territorj. Josiah Blancett ) Order vs. of Daniel Cavana. ) Publication. rpiIE defendant, Daniel Cavaua, is hereby L notified that, on the 5th day of Spptember, A. D. 1850, said Justice issued an order of at tachment in the aforesaid action, for the sum of Fiftv-fonr Dollars and Sixtv-eren Cent". JOSIAII BLANCETT. By MORTON CAVE, Plaintiff's Agent. sepL29,5D-3w. .. . FOR SALE! THE subscriber offers for sole, on liberal term, several choice tracts of timbered and prairie lands, located near White Cloud. The timbered tracts will be divided to suit p ir chasers. R- J- GATLINR. At the Citv Hotel, White Cloud- sept. 29, 59-tf. , " Dark Ye! Hark Ye! STONE MASONRY THE aabscriber.belng an experieneedStone Mason.aad havinglocated at WhiteCloud, takes this ntethodof informing the public that he is readr, on the aliortestuotiee.to undertake all jobs hjhisline.such as building Foundations, Walls. Arches, and also Cisterns. In all such work be has had much experience , and Batters; u: ira.i L. ... . ..I In , other mechanic in the Territorj. -Ordersare respectfnllvsolicited. jine I0,58,tf. . ' O. C. WHITNET. T. O. BRKSVC, . O. . H.r.MAcr. SHREVE & MACYr DR UGGISTS, ' - WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS. ST Dr- Shreve attends to the practice of Me dieine and Surgery. He mav be found at the Drugstore. , . .... ... . :feb.4,58,tf. V. D. MARKHAM. ATTORXKy AT LAW & REAL ESTATE AG-NT, .' WHITE CLOCD, KANSAS, WILL practice in all tbe Courts of Doni phan, Brown, aad the adjoining Counties; pay taxes for son-residents, and bey and sell lands. Particular attention paid to collections ia Kansas, Nebraska. and North-Weat Missouri '. OFFICE ON MAIN RTREET. jan.-0.59-tf. , :'. ioc a. jAWEsox. awo eorn.vo. a. n- saccarox. JAMESON. COTTINQ & CO., GESTEAL C0SI03T AXD No. 8, Coat lereial Street. dtf BmOdrng,) SAINT LOUIS. MO. "-apriI2I,59-6m. . IMIM1 j j 1 ml W. h. van doren rfAKE3 thi method of informing hiscuato-i X men, and the public eenerallr, that he baa removed to the stsnd recently occupied by B. K. Ruffher A Co., where he is receivinv and j opening the largest ao'l cheapest stock 01 uood ID n xs ever urrn oruum iu 1:119 ni-ir&ci, cuu- sUting of , n 1 . n -. llUUUN UHILtllUbt ' Hals and Caps, Boots and Sho'JJ; QTJEEXSWARE, G1ASSWASE. HARDWARE, TINWARE. Tobacco, Cigars. FLOUR, BACOtf, t'OlJX MEAL. SALT. W II I S K E Y , T A R . Tnus, Brooms, Of every description, l'jT At Whlca!e or Retail, Hitch K i determined to n A Li! lis Ch.?:r than the Cheapes:! W. IT. VAN POREN. White CKmd. June 2. lS39-tf. STEAM FKRRY AT W1IITK CLOUD! RUN, reju River, at ul.irlv on the Mij.onr h, r- - jS rorcmssin. a team oi r piur oi nnrsc cr mtHtr. or ui iuv, n or ! waon, loaded or eupty, h" Throe yoke of cattle and wagon, 1 One horse and buggy, ' Saddle horse and rider. Iose horses, per head . Cattle, per head. ! Hog ami sheep, per Itcad ! Foot paseners. ! Northern emigration, from Missouri, Iuw.i, eration. that thev can strike the old California Road within I. miles of this place, aad they will tttid good graxing 0r stock within Iralf a mile of the jivcr, nnd plenty of wood and water on the ronte to the Big Bine, only 8') miles from i facts, White Cloud has three or four good stores and trading houses; two tirst-class notes; lumber is only $15 per l.ttOO- feet,' the country is ramJIv filiin? no: and there is aw cood a farming "region, extending" for ever 501 miles back of tbe river, a can Ix tonnrt- i anv part of Kansas. MOORE-S A TAYLOR, june 9, 59-ly. J. C SCOTT, Attorney at Jaw & Lnui A;ent. SENECA. NEMAHA CO., KANSAS. SPECIAL attention paid to the Collection of Claims in Nemaha, Marshall irad Brown Countics. REFERENCES: BxtLta k Willuws, White Clond, Kansas . V.D. MAaanaw, " " Jswes CaaciLi. k Co.. St. Jiseph, Mo. Hot. Sawcel R. Ccstis, Keokuk. Iowa. E. B. HaLK, Btn'ker, Cleveland, Ohio. Hov. Daiiel R. Ti-orv, " Mew, Gitx k Co-, Chicago, Illinois. R. U. Toaaxv, Dist. Cl'k, Nemaha Co., K. T. july 14, 59-ly. - SAMUEL L. JENNINGS, (Saccessor to C. F. Jcnniaja k Bro,) Forwardins and Commission Mrchnf, WHITE CLOUD. KANSAS, HAS purchased the entire interest of the firm of C. F. Jennings & Brother, and will constantly keep on hand, at the old stand, fresh so"p!iea'pf Ury Goods! HARDWARE, aUEEXSWABE, Clotiiin?, lists and Caps, . . . Boots and Slues, SADDLERY, P1IXTS ASD OILS, - DOORS AND SASH. , I,tne. Ttrn-q. Jtr.. Le.. v""t - -3 - ' Which be is offering at the lowest rates, for CA SI?! Junel6,lS59-tf. ; . SAMUEL LAPPIN, , Land and General Agent, SENECA. NEMAHA CO., KANSAS, WILLpromotlyattendto investing Money, paying Taxes, locating and selline Land Warrants, boylog and selling Lands, and mak ing Collections in Northern Kansas and South ern Nebraska. Office on Main Street. REFERENCE?:. V. D. Maskhaw, White Cloud, Kansas. ' E. A. Pod.iT. Iowa Point, ' ' " . v 1 A. C. WfLora, Loaveaworth, " ' GiLsnrr A STaarrow, Xiekapoo, V.' PwiLLirs k Dooca, " " ,- s ., P. L. HCPCE'S, ; " , ; ; , R. Dtrrrov, Hiawatna, -.... Liki-s k Bovn. St. Joseph, Mo. , On s Bailcv, Bloomfield, Edjar Co., III. R. J. Gatug, Indianapolis, Ind. juna 30, 59-ly- -. - ' PLOWS! PLOWS 1 T 1 AVING received aa ageacv JL A from the nmnnf-ctarcr, I in prepared to famish Prairie Plows of ail sizes, double and single steel Shovel Plows, Karrowsy aad Culti-vator-cheap for Cash. W, H. VAN DOREN. White Cloud, june 23, 59-L li Cheaper thiui Ever: STEM SAW Mir In Full THE oreleisiswed, proprietors of tho Wlrle Clond Steam Saw Mill, take pleaaare in announcing to the public, that their mill is iu the very be-"t order, and they have commenced operations for the eson. Tliev are prepared j In do sawing of everr kind and description ou inv w.n aaw a. ib" verv cheap. They will consuutli keep ou hand .--ALL KINDS OF LUMBER! , Uicli thrv will sell a little cheaper than can be had anvwhere ;Ne, fur Cisli, r to good men ii hirt tim'c Tliev have al. an excellent Lath Mill, and are prepared at all times to fur nih LATHS in any qn.iiitii.T, at low rate. (lire iu a rail, and salUfy Touraetres that wa can dojast what we s.t. wm: MAUCK SONS. ' Wiiitc Cloud, March IT. 1859-tr. , . v W. G. SARGENT, .,;AUorncv mJ ! NOTARY PUBLIC. laJ C"ommiiioner for Jfaiae,' M i rhuselts tiexr York, keatweky, . . and .Hisouri. I BROWN COU.VTV, KANSAS. I IPt O.Bce Addre lUmKri, Hiawatha, or Pidoni.t, Brown County, Kansas. XI fcb.3, 59-1 r. CITY HOTEL I WHITK CLOUD. KANSAS. I JOHX II. ITT, : : : PROPRIETOR. j'pniS HOUSE, which lua juf.1 been i I completed, U one ofthe largest and RnrKt in tbe West. It is now onen to the tran- : ne, mtnj will m .rn III m ,iit. ' w ...o - ! 11..!.. P 0 arW f),nirtnunl ill h AAtuitirt t . , -.-,, .tr.M the preur.t amount I of com fort to those stopping at the House. TE TABLE Will at all times be supplied with the very bet that the market affirds, both of the neces saries and the delicacies of life. THE 8LPIN9 APA-TK-TS Are roomy and well ventilated, and the bad ding will always be found in good condition. THZ SALOON Is jupjlied with a variety of Liquors, Cigar Frniu. etc., of a choice quality. There are likewise good Stabling and Feed Tr Horsoa, and a competent person to take charge of them. The lipase can aeiommodate a large miiuher of persons, and the ntmnst attention will ever be siren to the wants of the public. April 21. 1859-tf. "TrTarfs Telegraph Tonic "FOR FEVEIt AUD AGUE, WHICH never fails to cure! Warranted, if taken according to directions, to effect a cure. The proprietor can produce a thousand certificates to those who wish to see them, but does not think it necessary to display them.aa the medicine will recommend itself, if given a trial. Try it once, and satisfy yourself. Warranted pertectlr Vegetable and harmless. ForsalebyShreve'A Macy, White Cloud; and br Dealers everr where. All ordt-ra mua be addressed to W. W. WARD, Mansion Honse, Leavenworth City, Kansas, General Agent for Kansas, Nebraska, and the Western States. july 21, 59-3 in. IJTPOSTAUT FACTS FOR EAST- WAED BOTOD TEAVZILE2S f Head nnd Preserve for Future Kefer encelt Uaparallilled Speed snd Coat fort from the Fnra- tisr to the l?a Shore I lnangurttion of a New Era in th llittorf of Kantot and Nebratka. Chicago, Burlington & Qainey R. R. 0 xt arrra anersT J7, 1359, tbavcxlcbs raow w ureal wisaocai, isats and MtsaAS- i a, can start from Sr. Josr.ru at 6 A. M-, Arrive at Quiner at 7.00 r. f ., sam dar'. - Chicago, at 7.15 a. w. next - " Lelroit, at 6.30 r. m. - " Toledo. at 4.10 r. a. - Cleveland, at 9.46 r. at. " " - Pittsburg, at 2.25 a. M. 2nd " " Suspension Bridge, at 4.00 M Buffalo. at 4.45 a. . - " Philadelphia, at 5 JO r. M . New York, at 9..10 . . " - Btiston. at Midnight - -Time Through from SU Joseph to lfeir" York 4)3 13 Hoars. Tinre Throwstl frrm SU Joseph to U on ton C lioarsy iaclnJiu; all stops. "So Route except via Gaincy and Chi cago can make ihxt time ! From Quinry Eastward, Sleeping' Cart on alt Xight Train. Tickets via this Route for Sale at all the offices, and on the BiaH of the Hannibal and - St. Joseph Rail Road. Parcli.s Through Tickets ami Save Money f Be Sure anttqet Tietttw via Chicago arid O-fary Rente.' .' SAM'L POWELL, Gen'l Ticket Agent. C. G. HAMMOND, Gen'l Superintend D. S. Lovuov, Ag't, St. Joseph. ' sept. 1, 59-3m. Drnce's ew York Type-Foandry, HAS now on hinJ an immense stock of Roman Trne, Fancy Type." Cr.pperrJate Script. German Type. MitoieTyne. OrnamertU Chess anJ Checker Type, ; Borders, Brass aud Metal Rule. Leads, Brsand Electro. Circles an 1 Ellipses. LaV Savin; Rules. Corner Qaade . Metal Furnitore, etc. The types are all rast by stesm power front, the bari metal DecuTiar to this Foundry. The nnrnoalled rapidity in the process of easting enables me to mII the'.e more durable tynee at the lowest prices of ordinary types, either fot cah or cre'lit- ' Prr-ses.Woad Type, Ink,Cac-,f?tick,et., furnished at too mumf-etorer's lowest prieea A SD'Kimen namhlet of Fonts of Lettev only. i and prices, mailed to printing offices, on the re- cention of Sevan cents. to pre-pay the pos-ajv. Printers ef Newspapers who choose to publish this adrertisemeBt, including this: aate. threw times before tha Utday of AoUMt, 1859. and forward roe one of tbe papers, will he allowed their bills, at the time of making a jmrchaso from me of lire times the amount of my nrsw-. factoTes. ' ' ' Address, - GEORGE BRUCE. - 13, Chambers Street, New York. : june3.tg;9. . 3w. -. ' : Inport-Bt ta Faraers! JIETROPOLIS FLOUR MILtS, : LEAVENWORTH. KANSAS. -' THE proprietors of these Mills are now rea- ty toreeeive the new Gropof Wheat, and they would particularly call th attention of FARMERS to the imoortaaea of threshing, eteaning and geuing their wheat to market at the earliest possible time, to avoid damage and loss by letting it remain in the Geld till tbe Falf rains come on. Thresh" your wheat at the sun time of reaping, If possible; bring it in, we will store it free of charge till vow wish la aU. ' You will hero find sale for all your whewt at the hiehest market price, or yon eaji eich. ango it fr flour on the most favorable term. Give ns good, clean wheat, and we will givs you tbe best flour ever oTered in this market. " EARLE k BUNTIXO. Leavenworth, lane 2T, t3T9-tf.