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r- -nnmance of th. 2U Section of t, :,i! for the formation of AP""" . B. nrn,nent for ..'..tiitn and UWIW) jt y -- k ir "I ii.. 1859. 1. Buw. w"' lUV...- Territory of Kan. d hereby arw"-. l. -f .J.. .lotion hoi, I Lim th i k mini, ui iud .... i.K d of October, 1 . r'inutirntioil mtdt i wef - - . 1 talll4L Creation, at Wyandotte on the 29th tMTu. lul and "For" and ?., Homestead. follow : tTssrtitsfiM'-" ' Uoatitrni. far Afsisu. 'Fr. Afaiast- 244 159 ' 201 152 266 80 206 109 returns.) 694 581 412 . 587 464 256 530 102 545 26 425 19 269 103 173 163 .27 1 23 . Anderson. Arrpl. (n0 Atchison, Boarbon. BrtckenriJje. Brot Chue, ( retnrns.) r.,.. fun retnra. I 434. 121 360- 115 j,ttU,(iioretarM.) 592 690 314 1142 Djrn, (o returns.) Frsoklin. 301 rtfeenwood. 34 333 1335 111 16 252 33 111 :3 Hunter, (no return.) Jtchoo, Jefferson, Johnson, Ljsvenworth, Linn, Lykiof, UJioo. 224 170 354 377 133 345 316 185 392 373 1143 519 492 82 131 113 1088 1019 1045 157 455 169 295 4 455 CO 225 23 Marshall, (no returns.) SlcGhee, (no return. J -T Morris, 25 50 ,44 68 128 109 14 22 104 42 76 292 663 65 IS 63 2 49 .52 Nemths, Otsge. PoUtwttomie, Rile. . "Shawnee, . Wsabaanaee, 200 44 93 296 671 110 60 17 260 Wilfon. (no returns.) Wyandotte. 274 Woodson, (no returns.) 205 166 ToUl. 10.421 5530 8788 4772 For the " Constitution." ten thousand fonr hnn.lreJ and twenty-one ; against ik "Constitution." fire thousand five hunlred and thirty. For the " Home fiU." e'uhl thousand wcven hnndred ami eighty eight ; against the " Homestead," foar thousand tren hundred and eveuty two. The " Constitntion" and the "Hamesteai!." therefore, having received t majority of the votes cast, are aJopteJ br the people of Knns. Given under the Seal of the (r a I Territorr. at Leoompton. this 1st day of November. 1859. S. MEDARY. The Osuh Sold. We loam from the St. Louis Itepiililicau of WediiOKdriy tint the interests of Capt. Winelsivl and Mr. W. A. Dennett, oue half of the steamer Uinaha, were sold. yeterd-y, as follows, at the rate of 810,000 fur the wliil boat: Mr. J. Jewett Wilcox, the clerk, pnrchas l Ctpt, WineUn l'8 interest one fourth Jlr. Bennett's, the other quarter, wis ili tided between Mr. 1'. 8. Kay. one-eiiitli. ml Mr. U. II. Avis, oue-cighth. Mr. Wilcox has been a ttithful clerk in the Uppr Missouri river trade, for fivo ye.irn. anl the Oiutlu is the firnt an I only bo-it in which he ownl an interest. aai two years on the (JenoA with tipt. TrnkiU'irtou. and thrw yoirs on the Omaha with dpt. Wiuel.iu l. He (till remain in the office of the Oma ha Uapf. l. S. Rty will take command. Hi hu been with C'apt. Winelan I f.r "venyean as mate of (he Faraway. El !n Lu a and O n ih. : u a thorouzii pr U al titeamhotinaii in every aonse of the turni, td is well known in this city. "r- II. Avi haa also been with dipt. "eunil lor over ewht year, ho it weme that almost all die old crew of tho "uuluaill remain aboar.I. ' Thi will be particularly gratifying to the patron of vmana in the npper trade. The "inali will be placed in tip top order " winter, and will make her appear w among her old friend in the Sioux 'ty trade in the spring. We wish Capt. '"J. Mr. Wilcox, and other officer and "nr. of the Omaha all the eucces they "serve. CW.t.Thi is bnt a snblnnary at best, aid of all the nblunary W'ng. some of the Kansas politician w example. But a few month ago. hailed a certain Mr. Holiday as a K-pnbl.can. He ha xi.ee run a a can H'late for Governor in a bogus Democ rlic nominating convention, got defeated, oa will wontnrn np a devoted Republi-n-Sortn Ram at Herald. The Waghington Constitatioi i a ?J,g!!VtkMw W 19 e Hon. EdwydBatea .fM1Mwri. It deecri- hima.,Beirbly inferior t Corwin." "r? with entertainfng in SrStSrt"' epiB',on8 M a'-Sew- 3i m?n'1 Eairer qnotes Vir I'nu .w to ihow that after aentence the wecouveean postpone execntion until ,B Jsiesin. nt tk. . :. e .1 k. --.1 1 . " Bu"y 01 me prisoner ? tU,,. nd the Ennniror .... lt av. "let se person who believe him" insane "Mutate the necessary proceedings." SnOn CHOICE CIGARS. and S doxen . ,f Fre and Spiced Oysters, J01 and for gale by c. DANA SAYRS. . Uqitrs iti Floir! fro , J? ntf lrfd a lot of good moon tkii ri.T r , ,UCB Te never beea in Wtnti? T'n 1 h"e Bonrbon froa the old Commoa as good aa ever was lot 0f Jzr,VMly from Spain. I bave also a J P0" oa ''"no. which I will sell as oi" "Kht in the city. J-a.59-tf. S. L. JENNINGS. Ho: i!?lhS!riber wiU P Po'k this eaoB, ill r . opposite Wbite Cload, and I. ... lor tlnira Farmer having Hogs " "ill da -f j- .. PAZ? ,M Whiu o M. it. 8n or D.W.JONES. Monnd kiUCW, BAILEY. 10 BLS. HYnBATTr ir nwpvi H fcwTu k l' eteaswr VTm. Caapbell, 8. L. JENNINGS. 8IEAM10AT EEOISTES,. 1859. Pert f Wkite Clea4. aaaivs irr. -amaha, March Tho. E. Tott, raasts sows. Florilda, Mareh In 6 10 Tboe. E. Tntt, Emigrant, 16 OmabaCity, 16 Sioux Citv, 19 E. M. Rvland, 23 (leaperian, 34 AsaWilgns, -26 Sread Eagle, 26 WhiU Cloud, 30 Hannibal, " 31 umaba, . Omaha City,- - Emigrant, Sioax City, Hesperian, E. M. Rvland, AsaWifga. Spread Eagle, - White Cloud, April Hannibal, Omaha, latan, E.A.Ogden. '4 2l 33 l 9 29 30 3 Omaha, 31 fatan, April 5 E.A.Ogden, 8 !2 Sovereign, II VVm. Campbell, 12 Hesperian, 14 Emigrant, 15 Wm. Campbell, -John Warner, Emigrant, Sovereign,' Hesperian,' St. Mary, Spread Eagle, Wm. Campbell, ?8 9 i9 26 2? 30 I 4 ' 5 6 8 John Warner, 15 St.Marv. 17 Spread Eagle, 19 ' Wm. Campbell, 21 Plorenee, 20 Sioux Citv. 22 Tbos. E. tott, 24 St Mary, 24 U.S. Gav. Boat. 26 Sioox City, St. Mary, Thos. E. Tntt, . Isabella, W.Campbell, May E. M. Ryland, St. Mary. Duncan S. Carter, Wm. Campbell, Omaha, AsaWilgas, Isabella, 26 Wm. Campbell, 27 E. M. Rvland, 29 Omaha, 30 St. Marv, May 1 Duncan S. Carter, 2 8 Asa Wilens, 4 Wm. Campbell, 4 r lorence, 9 Carrier, Irj St. Mary, lo. Carrier, 5 St. Mary, 8 laUn, 10 Wm. Campbell, 11 latan, '4 Wm. Campbell, I5 C. W. Soiubart, 17 St. Mary, lg John Warner, 14 C. W.Sombart,, . 14 St. Mary. 15 Hesperian, 'J Wm. Campbell, 2 John Warner, 23 Sioux Citv, 2s St. Mary,' 26 Duncan's. Carter, 27 Isabella, 2s Emigrant, 17 Hesperian, 17 Wm. Campbell, 13 Sioux City, 20 St. Mary, 22 Duncan S. Carter, 22 Isabella. 24 Wm. Campbell, - 29 St. Mary, June 2 C. W.Sombart, 4 Hannibal, 4 Wm. Campbell, 5 Emigrant, . " 6 Peerless, 7 Omaha, 7 St. Mary, 9 A. B. Chambers, 9 Minnehaha, If J. D. Perry. 1 Wm. Campbell, I3 Duacan S. Carter, la Wm. Campbell, 25 St. Mary, 29 Hannibal, 31 Omaha, June 1 Wm. Campbell, 1 Chippewa, 2 W.Sombart, 2 Peerless, 4 Spread Eagle, 5 St. Mary, B. Chambers, 6 Minnehaha, 8 Wm. Campbell, 8 D. Ferry, 9 Sioux City, I3 Ren Lewis, 14 Sky-Lark, I5 Smith-Wester, I5 Sioux City, 9 r lorence, 9 Ben Lewis, 10 Sky-Lark, 11 Duncan S. Carter, 1 1 St. Mary, 1$ U. S. Gov. Boat, 16 D.A.January, 1 7 Alonio Child, lg War Eagle, lg Wm. Campbell, lg Twilight, 20 Rowena, 2l Peerless, 22 Emma, 23 St. Mary, 23 latan, . 24 A.B.Chambers, 25 Wm. Campbell, 25 John Warner, 26 J. D. Perry, 27 Duncan S. Carter, 29 Siom Citv, 29 St. M :'V,' 30 St. Marv. 12 South W ester, 12 A.January, 13 Ik.rn r.hil.l. 14 Wm. Camobell, 15 War Eagle, IS Twilight, 16 Rowena, 17 Peerless, 14 t. Marv, 19 Emma, 19 latan, 21 A. B. Chambers, 22 Wm. Camnttell, 22 hn Warner, 21 . D. Perry, 24 st. M-trv. sr. Sioux Citv, 26 Soutn-W ister. July 2 s..uth Wetor. 29 Wm. Campbell, D. A. January, Omaha, St. Mary. Wm. Campbell, Peerless. Thos. E Tutt, Florence, St. Mary, Emigrant, Wm. Campbell. Sioux City, Ialvlla, St. Mary, Carrier, D. A. Januarv, Wm. Campbell, Peerless, James Raymond, St. Mary, Omaha, W. Campbell, Aug. 3 3 Win. Campbell. 29 Omaha. 29 6 7 f 8 8 13 14 in 16 17 18 21 22 22 24 26 27 28 29 1 2 Duncan S. Carter, 29 I). A. J.uiuarv. 30 Carrier, Jillv 2 St. Mrr. ' 3 Thos. E. Tntt, 6 Wm. Campbell, 6 Peerless, 6 t. Mirv. m KmL-rant, 12 Wm. Campbell, 13 Manella, IS out Citv, ' J l. M irv.' 17 D. A. Jaimarv, 19 Wm. Campbell. 20 Omaha. 24 imes Rarmond. 22 eerless. 21 St. Mary. 24 Wm. Campbell, Emisrrant, 21s J Emigrant, St. Marv, 4 6 8 II 12 3 Mirv. John Warner, Wm. Campbell, St. Mirv, Spread Eagle? D. A. January, Wm. Campbell, Cliinpewa, St. Mary, Wm. Campbell, Thos. E.Tutt, St. Marv. Sioux City, Omaha, Wm. Campbell, St. Mary, Sept. Emigrant, Wm. Campbell, Carrier, . Isabella, Wm. Camabell. Thos. E. Tutt. lin Warner, Aug. Wn Campbell, St. Mary, A. Januarv, Win. Campbell, St. Mar, Wn. CamnlMU, Thos. E. Tutt, Omiha, St. Mary, Sioux City, Wm. Campball, Carrier, St. Mary, Emigrant, W. Campbell, Sept, St. Mary, Isabella, Wm. Camnbell, Tho. E. Tutt, Florence, Wm. Campbell, Omaha, Emigrant, Gus. Linn, ' Oct. Emilie, Colnna, Emma, Dakota, Gus. Linn, Sioux City. Emilie, Colon, Gas. Linn, Emilie, Florence,, Nov. Gas. Linn, Emilie Colcrna, ' 15 16 18 22 23 25 27 23 29 1 3 5 7 9 14 lr 27 2 Wm. Campbell. Emigrant, Oct. Omaha, Dakota, Florence, Gus. Linn, Emilie, Emma, Colons, Gus. Linn, - Sionx City, Emilie, - Gus. Linn, Colons, Emilie, Gus. Linn, Floeence, Colons, Emilie, 7 7 11 12 19 21 23 26 2 2 Nov. 5 6 18 19 20 21 S. M. PETTENGILL & CO.'S ADVERTISING AGENCY, 119 Xassast St..N. Y, sad 10 Safe Sr., Boetsn. S. M. PETTENGILL k CO. are the agents for the "Chief," and the most inBueDtial and largest etrenlatiug Newspapers in the United States and the Caaadas. Tbey are authorised to contract for aa at enr lowest rates. J. S. POST, General Newspaper, Adver tising and Subscription Agent, second story, north-west corner of Cbeetnnt and Third Sts., St. Louis, is ear authorised Aeent in that city, and Is smpowered to contract at onr regular rates, and receipt for ns. Messrs. 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The various Party Platform. The American Ritual. Kansas Legislation of Congress. Governor Geary, Stanton and Walker's In augural Addresses. 4 7 Senators Green, Douglas, and Collamer's.and ST- Stepnen and other Reports on Kansas. The material portion of the Kansas-Nebraska Dill. . Leeompton, Topeka and Leav an worth Con stitutions. The Crittenden Montgomery, Senate and &JlIIBn Dill.. - Votes on the same In each ITonu. Indeed, ererrthin? esamii.l .mwrtaininf. the same, including President Pierce's Special Deed fccott case. Constitntion of th United States. Articles of Confederation. Washington's Farewell Address. Ordinances of 1784 and 1787. Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions of 1798 and 1799. Mr. CI.t. twMrf !n I.? - i:.,.'i,m,:.. r ine i ublie Lands, and able document against it, wn a iuii nisiory or tne same. President Pierce's Veto of the Indigent In sane Land Bill. Address of Mr. Faalkner on the subfect'. A Listory of Railroad Grants by Congress, with the votes thereon. 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It is used in nearly all the discussions in Con gress as a book of ready reference. This hook posts np the speaker on the Kan sas and other questions. TERMS : Single Copy. Three Dotlart; Club of Six, Fifteen Dollars. The above terms include the postage. Liberal deductions to the trade, and a fair allowance to persons who interest themselves in obtaining subscribers. A ddrcss JAS. B. SMITH CO., No. 610, Chestnut street. Philadelphia. (From the Washington Union.) The Pol itical Text- Dook or E neycloped ia. To the politician, the editor, and all who de sire information on the leading party measures and topics ol the times, tins book will be found one of the greatest convenience and value. The author has performed his task with decided judgment and ability, and we trust that he will meet with a corresponding remuneration for his labor. The National Intelligencer published a com plimentary endorsement of it. (From the N. Y. Daily News.) " Clusltft Political Text-Book or Ency clopedia. It will proie the most important political S"aV mreum ever presented to the American people, This work is gotten up in Alphabetical order, and contains the substance, or the whole text, of erery great question now agitating, or which is likely for a loug time to come, to agitate the nation. sep. W, as. A HISTORY OF ALL RE1I0I05S. Containing a Statement of the Orijin, Development, Doctrines and Govern ment of the lteli?ious Denomination ia Europe and the Laited States. With Biographical Sketches of Eminent Di vines, by Samuel M. Smucker, L. L. D. Pub Ishedbv Duane Rulison, Quaker City publishing House.' 33. South Third Street, Philadelphia. The subject of Religion and the Doctrines of sects must always hare an absorbing interest tor the thonehtful observer, and a work which affords the desired information, in a convenient and accessible form, at a moderate price, has been urgently demanded, and will be sought for with avidity, and must command a large sale. , ' In the present work, the origin, development, doctrinal belief, Church Government and pe culiarities of over eighty different religious sects, are treated in a style clear, compendious and accurate, and will afford all the information which might be procured with great difficulty and expense, and much labor and research from the larger polemical works and encyclopedias. Dr. Smucker has evidently prepared this work with much care, and it exhibits great ability and learning. The articles on the different re ligions are very impartially written, and show the careful study of an unprejudiced and sound mind ; and the importance and value cannot be too highly estimated of such superior and un biassed effort ia a work of this kind, as too of ten, those pretending to give correct informa tion nqon such subjects are prejudiced in favor of some particular sects or denominations. Mr. Rulison ns brought oat this great work in a very handsome form, and the public is indebted to him for a very valuable, instrctiv and use book . The price. $ 1 ,00, is remarkably low for such a work, and in order that it may have a rapid and extensive circulation, he will send it to any address, accompanied with a valuable Gift, "on the reciept of the price aud twenty five cents to psy postage. ..... Mr. Rulison will seoa tree, on appucauoa nia .nl mviaed Catalogue of Books : ' ' . . .. r .... and Girts, containing ail miorrautra rciauTe to the establishment of Agencies in the Gift Book business. Audreys DVANE RULISON. Quaker City Publwhing House, 33, South Third Street, Philadelphia, Pa. FOR SALE! THE subscriber offers for sale, oa liberal terms, several choice tracts of timbered and praisle lands, located near White Cloud. The timbered traeta will be divided to suit pur chasers. V.-D. MARKHAM . White Cloed sept. , -tf. " WAR IN NHAHSAS X ! THE peep) are ae Ighting for Liberty, or the new Coastitatipa, and all that sort of tUag, wat - . - - v C. DANA SAYRS . , is at war witb high prices! TBr are various report beine circulated throughout the Territo ry, that White Cload has "gone up;" but it is a lied fact that the D2Y GOODS ATJD G20CESY STORE of CI DANA SAYRS has not - gone up," for be baa inst retnrned Irora ins cast with a largo and well selected assortment of heavy domestic DRY GOODS AD GROCERIES, QUEEXSIFARE, - HATS AND CAFS, . BOOTS AND SHOES, Ac, Ae.. Moh will be sold cheaper than the cheapest! Also, a large assortment or Blankets, Such wi II be sold to suit the tiass. Com and see lor yourselves! Being SUamboat and Express Agsnt, I will arttbd to all business in that line. - C. DANA SAYRS. sp.l5. 1859-tf. T UlerchaBts aid Jlaaafaetarers. NEW STORE AND NEW GOODS, At Ho. 124. fforth Second Street. Foar doors absva Vine, ST. LOUIS, MO. - METAL DEPOT." : Ws have in store sad offer for sale on the most favorable terms, and at the lowest market prioes, a very large and complete assortment of Tin Plate, Copper, Block Tin, Russia, Galvan- ued, and American Sheet Iron ; Copper Bottoms, bneet Ainc, Spelter, Antimony, &?.,"&c. TINNERS TOOLS A FINDINGS from the best manufacturers in the country, and embracing every article used in the trade. Al so, a full aud complete assortment of Plain, Pressed and Japanned Tin Ware, which is made bv the most experienced workmen and of the very best stock. We are SOLE AGENTS for the most celebrated patterns of . 000K, PAEL0B ATTD HSATUTO STOVES, (for both Coal and Wood,) which we will sell atextremely low prices, and will warrant to give as good satisfaction as any stove'now in market. We have a full stock of Hollow Ware, Su rnr Kettles, Ovens, Stew Pats, Skillets, Tea Kettles, snd all other articles in that lins, which we are offering at greatly reduced pneea. We are the sole and only agents of Ludlow's Celebrated PnteatSetf-Senling Fruit Cans and Jars. This article has been In nsa more than four years, and Is universally admitted In safetv and oonveniense to be entirely without a riraK To Tinners we would sav we have the TOPS and BOTTOMS for ALL KINDS OF FRUIT CANS, to supply the trade, and will make very nbeml discounts. We invite both dealers and manufacturers to examine our stock. J. E. CROSS ft CO., No. 134, Xorth Srcand Strttt, St. Ltuit, .Vs. August 11, l59-6m. i HraUh and Kapplness Secured ! 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! Younr meo who are suffering from the effects of youthful indiscretion can he surely and per manently restored by using the Concentrnted Care, OB AQUA VITAKI A Bunsdy ef (heat and Certain Fewer! This remedy is pnt up in smajl viats, and can be sent by mail to any address. A trial will satis fy. Uie it for a week, and yon 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. Tiii remedv ia suitable for either sex Addresa, K.CRUUER, Medical Agent, 7t2, Broauwav, New York. August 11, IS59-ly. Hark Ye! Hark Ye! STONE MASONRY. rrtHE subscriber, being an experienced Stone L Mason, and having located at White Cloud, takes this method of informing the public that he is readr, on the shortest notice, to undertake all jobs in his line, such as building Foundations, Walls, Arches, and also Cisterns.' In sll such work he has had much experience, and flatters himself that he can turn outjobs inferior to no other mechanic in the Territory. Orders are espectrolly solicited. juDaiu.ss.tr. u.u. wtiiinLi. NOTICE Of ATTACHMENT. 7a la District Court of th First Judicial Dit triet of Kmiat Territory, titling withi and far Pontphan County, for tne trial oj caate oruina under tne taws of tmd Itrrtloru. uo totrr 2,1 th, 1S59. Jeshua Blangg) vs. Attachment. Oeoree Barter. S ON this day came the plaintiff, Joshua Blangg, bv his attorney, V. D. Markham, and filed an affidavit, stating that the defend ant, George Barter, could not be served wita process in thi Territory; it Is therefore order ed bv the Clerk in vacation, that the defendant be notified, by publication being made in the Whit Cloud Chier, a weekly newspaper, pub liahed in the town of White Cloud, in said County and Territory, forsizsuccessivs weeks. of the pendency of this suit, the object ol which is to obtaiu judgment for the sum of Three Hundred and Seventy-Five Dollaxa, and inter est and damages, it being the amount due the sbid plaintiff by the defendant, Ac, and that his property has beea attached to pay the said ansa: and that unless he plead, answer or de mur to the plaintiff 's petition filed ia this cause, withia twenty davs ol the laat tnaertloo nereoi. Judgment will be rendered against him, and his property sold to psy tne same. Witness mv hand and th seal of said Court, at office, in the town of Troy, this 97U day ef October, A. D. 1859. JAS. R. WHITEHEAD. Clerk. By Saacat D. BuiieaT, D. C. November 3, l859-6w. -... NOTICE OF ATTACHMENT, a the District Court of the Firot Judicial Dia triet of Kantat Territory, tUtina within and for Doniphan County, for the trial of taunt aritina under the law f seW Territorm. Oo fbrr illh, 1859. John Bull A Co. 1 vs. Attachment. John Do tier. ) ' N this day came the plaintiffs, John Bull A Co.. bv their attorney. V. D. Markham, and filed an affidavit, staa'ag that the defend ant, John Dotier, could not be served with a process in this Territory; It Is therefore order ed bv the Clerk in vacation, that the datndant be notified, by publication being made in th Kansas Uhier, weekly newpaper. puniina In the town of White Cloud, la said Count? and Territorr. for aix eueoessive weeks, of th pendency of this suit, the object and general nature of which ia to obtain judgment for th sum of Four Hundred Dollars and Sifty Cent. with interest thereon from the 10th day of An- j mL A. D. lS59.it being the amount or two several iudrraents snd cost rendered arainet I.L.j.f i . :- .i... r- the defendant in the County of Holt, and Slate of Missouri, fee., and that his property ass been attached to pay the said sum; and that unleaa he plead, answer or demur tit the plaintiffs pe tition filed in this eaose, within twsnty days ot the last insertion hereof, judgment will be ren dered against him, and his property sold to psy the same. Witness. Jas. R. Whitehead, Clerk, with th seal of said Court affixed, at office, at the Court House, in the town of Troy, this 27th day of October. A. D. 1359. JAS. R. WHITEHEAD. C7rk. ' Bv Startx D. Beiomt, D, C. Novembers, i9-6w. 5 W. H. VAN DOREN TAKES this method of informing his eusto- mers, and the public generally, that he has removed to the stand recently occupiwl by B. r.Kuiraers Lo., woare be is receiving and opening the largest and cheapest stock of Goods that baa ever been broaebt to this market, con sisting of Dry Goods, Groceries, Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes. QTJEZ2JSWAJRE, GLAS3WARB. HARDWARE, TINWARE, Tobacco, Cigars, FLOUR, BACON, COIIN MEAL, SALT, WHISKEY, TAB Tabi, Brooms, FANCY ARTICLES, NOXIOUS, 4C.,i Of every description, At Wholesale or Rstall, Which he is determined to sell for A Little Cheaper than the Cheapest! W. II. VAN DOREN. White ClonJ. June 2, 1859-tf. STEAM FERRY WHITE CLOUD! RUNS regularly on th Missouri River, at the following rate: For crossing a team of 1 pair of horses or mules, or 1 yoke ot cattle, and wagon, loaded or empty, $0.75 Three yoke of cattle and waon, 1 36 One horse and buggy, 50 Saddle home and rider, 95 Loose horses, per head, 15 Cattle, per head, 10 Hogs and sheep, per head, 4 Foot passengers, 10 Northern emigration, from Missouri, lows, Illinois, Wiicousin or Michigan, either fur Cal ifornia or any part of Kansas or Southern Ne braska, will find a mail route to this point, on a State Road from Dea 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 good 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 th Gov ernment trains from this place to salt lalcc and Utah. We can say to the California emi gration, that they can strike the old California Road within 13 miles of this place, and they will find good graxing for stock withip half a mile of the river, and plenty of wood attd water on the route lo the Big Blue, only SO dam from here; and thev will find this road oveMO miles shorter than the road from St. Joaeph, and over 60 miles shorter than that from Leavenworth We refer persons to the map, in proof of this statement; and we only ask emigrants aud tra vellers t try this route, and we pledge our selves to pass thcra over the river free, on their return, if they are not satisfied of the foregoing facta. White Clond has three or four good stores and trading homes; two flrt-clasa Hotels; lumber is only $15 per 1 .000 feet; the country is rapidly filling up; and there is as good s farming region, extending for over 50 mile back of the river, as ean be found in any part of Kansas. MOORES t TATI.OR. June 9, 59-ly. J. C SCOTT, Attorney at Law & Land Agent, 6ENECA, NEMAHA CO., KANSAS. SPECIAL attention paid to the Collection of Claims in Ncnuha, Marshall aud Browa Counties. REFERENCES: Rret.ta k Wilusws, Wbite Cloud, Kansas V. D. MaaiHAa, " " JaMcs Casoill k Co., St. Joseph, Mo. Hot. SaacaL R. Ccans, Keokuk, Iowa. E. B. HiLK, Banker, Cleveland, Obi. Hon. Dail R. Tii.ne, " " M .', Gill k Co., Chicago, Illinois. R. U. TnsJtxr, Dist. Cl'k, Nemaha Co., K. 1 July 14, 59-1 y. SAMUEL L. JENNINGS, ("accessor to C. F. Jennings as. Dro.,) Forwarding and Commission Merchant, WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS, HAS purchased the entire interest ot ths firm of C. F. Jennings k Brother, and will constantly keep on hand, at the old stand, fresh aupplies of HARDWARE, (iTJEEKSWASE, Ootiiing, Hats and Caps. Boots and Shoes, SADDLERY, TAIMTS AUD OILS, DOORS AND 8A8IT, Patent Medicines, Drags, lc, teM Which be ia offering at the lowest rates, tot CASH! JuueU.lMf. 8AMUEL LAPPIN, Land and .General Agent, SENECA. NEMAHA CO., KANSAS, WILLpromptlyattendto investing Mony, paying Taxes, locating and selling Land Warrant, baying and selling Lands, and aaax tog Collection in Northern Kansas and Soatb era Naormeka. OAe oa Main Street. REFERENCES: V. . Maaaaaa. Whit Cloud, Kan. ' E- A. Pootrr, Iowa Point, , "... A. C. Witoxa, Lavenworth, - Gtlscst k rmTTOW, Kickaeoo, " Pwnxiva k Doooa, " " r. L. Howrawe, " R. Dorrow Hiawatha, " Lmwa k Bova, St. Joseph, Mo. Osi a Btn.tr, Bloomfleld, Edgar Co., III. R. J. Oavusw, Indiaaapoha, lad. jane 30, 59-ly. ' FLOWS I FLOWS I Tl AVING received an ageaey AX from the manufacturer, I am prepared to furnish Prairie Plows of all sises, double and aingle steel Shovel Plows, Hervows, and Cltl vasowe cheap foe Cwah. W. H. TAN DOREN. . WhHs Cloud, juo , W-tF III JU is si am t; j w s m Cheaper J 1 5a Full Blast! THE undernamed. Tjroptet rt of fco Whin Cfoud Steam S Mil!, Uke pl-?iare ia announcing to 1.1 public, that ttiir mi'.i 13 in the very best ordar, and thev have eommer.eed than Even! i H SAW HE operatior-t for the season. T!:ey ere prparei i on the dutiea of l.ia oHic, shall Uk anal sub to do sawing of every kin! ar.d dcscrioui. on seribe aa oh:ji, faithfully to dioliarge his rc the shortMt Uotic." Taay will sav oa the spetire tiuttc lo the bestof bis kaewedje ai;d halves, or for aieney, very ehsap. They will ; ahiiity. eoostaatl kesp on baud ' Sac. 3. Tba Aieeasor hti enSir upon ta ALL KINDS Or LCMBRR: ' lH!ir:e of his duties, after the present jm, . , . . .. . . t on th first Monday of May, iii each tv. and I Uk 71. ir I . rT! " . hl ""i'"' r C"h,' r KJ UMm'SJZXXfZ SLL' to' V. I nish LATHS in any quantity, at low rates. l Give us a call, an J satisfr voursslvss that ws ean do just what we say. WM. MAVCK ft flONS. While Cloud, March IT. I?59-tf. W. Q. SARGENT. Attorney and Counsellor nt Lavr. NOTARY ri'BLIC, And Commimioner for Maine. STaesa eansetta, Meur York. Kentucky, and Missouri. B20WN COUNTY, KANSAS. IT Post O.Uce Address Hamlin, Hiawatha, or Padonia, Brown County, Kansas. XE feb.3,59-ly. Cin HOTEL. . WHITE CLOUD. KANSAS. JOHN II. I'TT, : t : PROPRIETOR. rpniS HOUSE, which has ju.t been -L completed, is one of the largest aa J finest in the West. It is now open to the pub lie, and will be kept tn a style equal to the beat Hotels. Every department will be coadueted in such a way as to afford th greatest amount of oomfort to those stopping at the House. THB TAILS Will at all times bs supplied with the very beat that the market affords, both of ths asess ssries and ths delicacies of life. THS BLB?IR9 APARTHESTJ Are momy snd well ventilated, and the bed ding will always be found in good condition. 722 SALOON 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 aooommodate a large amabsr of persons, and the utmost attention will ever be given to the wants of the publi. April 31, lH59-tf. m Tyr y m 1 i rr I ui it ill u 3 inrHfdmi iviuc; FOR PETRI D AGI'K W.,T.r ' " ' ' . "... ' . HICH never fails to cure! Warranted. if taken according to direstioas, to effect a cure. 1 he proprietor ean produce a thousand certificates te . thow who w(nh to see them, but does not think it necessary to display them, as rViA awaAlimnA wall vAAnnAi t ..... '"""lu'v.m u.w.i. trial. Trv it onee, and natisfv vourself. Warranted perfectly Veeet-able and harmlea. For sale by Shreve k Macy, White Cloud; snd bv Dealers evervwher. All orders mini be addressed to W. W. WARD, Mansion House, Leavenworth City, Kanaas, (ienerat A:nt for Kansas, Nebraska, and tho Western State. july 31,59-Jm. IXPOETAXT FACTS FOR EAST WARD B0TTND TRAVELLERS f Road and Preserve for Fntnro Refer ence! ! tfnpsjallsllsd Spcel and Com'srt freas the Fren. tiar to tis Sts 8bore ! Inauguration of a JWie Era in Vie Ilittory f Konta and Sebratkt. Chicago, Burlington & Qiiincy R. R. On ao arret acocst 17, 1953, TatVKLLtus raoa wisrca mssouai, ioiai snd if (stas ia, can start from St. Joecrw at 6 A. M., ArrivealQuincv at7.00 r. M.,sams day. Chicago, Detroit, Toledo, " Cleveland, at 7.15 a. m. next " at 6.30 r. a. " " at 4.10 . u. ' ' at 9 46 r. u. - " at 2.25 a. . nd " Pittsburg, " SustenionBridge,st4.00A. a." Buffalo. st 4.45 . a. " " Philadelphia, at 6.10 r. m. " " New York, at 9 30 r. a. " M Boston. at Midnight " Time Through from RU Joseph to New York 63 1-2 Honrs. Time Throncb frrm St. Joseph to Boston CO Iionra, including all stops. No Route except ria Qiiney and CM- cao can make wis tome I From Qiiincy Eastward, Sleeping Can on all Xight Trait. Tickets via this Route for Sale at all the offices, and on the Boats of the Hannibal and St. Joseph Rail Road. Pnreha." Thronjh Tickets and Sure Money ! Rt Sur and get Tichrtt ta Chietg tnd Qntawy Route ! ! SAM'L POWELL, Geu'l Ticket Agent. C. O. HAMMOND, Gen'l Superintent. D. S. Lovuor, Ag't, St. Joseph, sept. 1, 59-tm. Brace's Xer fork Tjpe-Foundry, H AS now no hand aa lamsnse stock of Roman Type, Fancy Type, Copperplate Script, . German Tyae, Mualo Type, Ornaments, Chess and Checker Type, Borders, : Bras and Metal Rales, Leads, Bras and Electro. Circles and Ellipse, -Labor Saving Rules, Corner Quad Metal Furniture, et. The types are all east by steam power from the hard metal peculiar to thi Foundry. Tk anenoalled rapidity in the process of easting enables me to sell thei mora durable type at tb lowest price of ordinary types, either for ash or credit. Presses, Wood Type, Ink, Cases, Sticks, etc., famished st the manufacturer's lowest prices. A rwM3tmsn pamphlet of Fonts ef Letter only, and price, mailed to printing offlees.on the r cent'.on of sevtu esnts, to pre-pay the pnetare. Printers of Newspapers who choos to poblish thi advertisement, including this note, three time before th 1st day of August, 185J, and ftwwaed me one f th papers, will be Ilowd their bills, st th time of making a perekae torn rae of tve llaee toe amount of my ataaa. ntotnee. Addreee, OEORGS IRUCt. 1. Chamber Street, New Terk. Jons S9, lj9. Sw. lapertant to Farriers! METROPOLIS FLOUR MILLS, LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS. rTlHE protwietnrs of these Mills are aow re a- j L ,dv to receive tb new crop of Wheal, and ; they wonld particularly call the attention of FARMERS to the importance or threshing, cleaning and eetting their wheat to market at the earliest possible time, to avoid damage and loss by letting it remain in the field till the Tall rains come on. Thresh soar wheat at the aame time of reaping, if posaible; being it in, wc will store it free of charge till you wish to sell. Ton will here find sale for sll your wheat at the highest market price, or you can exchange it for flour on the moat favorable terms. Give as good, clean wheat, and we will rive yoc tb beat flour ever n.Tared ia Wii nitrites. it Kv'tiu.viy. Leavenworth, Jn. ill, !f53-tf City Ordinances An Ordinandi to establish an Assessor, pres r:bin; bis ilaties. and iprulntias; the a-tsesswieat of prspeMr . -ject to trtistioa. Saonos 1. Be It ofthdnc-t hr t' - 'oraod j Conncilmen of the Citv of V7 . " ' TUi r ("Saecil 1 tsUie 'Tr.-rena "Hed is st th first stated meeting of ' in each year after the prssrr . duty of the Council by and wlt'i wineent of th Mayor, to appoint r. person a A-:enr, who yht'l hare the citv at le.tyt three months prit his Ip ' pointment.snd rhr peron so appi ited,shailtf nefure he ecters spon the duues of his office, pve tTid to the city in the um of Three Dun Jred Doi'ars, with two seearitie. to be sptwov- : ed by ine Mayor, conditionsd foe tbs BwtbAil ! (iiacharce of hU duties. j 5o. 1 Tbegxld Aasor, bswre sctetina ' h411 makssuch preparations as will entble him 1 o aaaea. th. propwiywitlvin the limiu of th nd oorrectiag ,h. pi.tof the eity, and procurinr from the County Recor der, an abatract of all- conveyance of record, made within the city during the preceding yeas, and changin; Hie pi it of the oity to correspond with such couveritnces. Sao. 4. On the first of May. la each rear, tho City Register shall deliver to th Assessor, th entire prsceding aisessaicnt-lnH of th ely, which list ahall be returned to tb RegUaer with in two month. Sao. 5. The Asssaaer shall, oa the eacoiiui I Monday of May, suooweding hi apoointmeol, i proceed to examine and asaem all property j within the city, subject to taxation, at Its oash j value, to be determined by the assessor, and j shall make out a suitable book, which shalloon lain a li't of all such property, ami of perao ' chargeable with a poll tax, describing In sepa- I rate columns the kind of property, and w her ! the same is rval estate, giving the qaanlity, I metes and bound, and the value of the ground with the im;vovemenU on the aame, if both j are owned bv th aam prwa,and when read ! estate is leased or rented, the owner thiref la authorised to list It with the A urauor In pro I portions as it Is leased or rented. I Seo. 6. Said list shall be made eat bj Block, acoording to their numerical-order on the city ! map, in the City Register's offlse, and such oth er ueaignationa maUe as will enable the Collec tor readily to find th persons who pay tax. Sao. 7. And tli Assessor is authorised to demand of any person owning or having charge of any taxable property, aa agsnt, guardlaa. a In any other fiduciary character, a list of saa property, with fucb description as will snaal him lo list and asssas tb aam; and shall aava . power, and Is required, when not satisfied with said list, to examine th party under oath tonoh ing Ui same. Sac. 8. If any person refuse to list ths prop erty as aforesaid, or to testify nnder oath aa re quired concerning the property belonging to them or under their charge ; or to deliver a eorrcot description of their property at the of fice of the Aajcaaor, within ten day's after suea demand shall have been made; or wilfully om any property required to be tinted from the list furnished by them, the whole property belong tng to, or under the charge of snuh person, shall bo aio.ed at tb market value put upon tl by the Assessor. Sxc. 9. If the Assessor find property wttbJn j sue city limits, uio owner or waica ia unauowa. and failing to do so, he shall mark th proparty i that o( n nwner unknown. g10. io. The Aaseasor shall as all th mej to discover any taxabls proDsrtv which haa no i,mn f . n,,;. .... ,a hhali be assessed for each year In which it bae ! ,., omitted, and th As.easor shall net th 1 . ,,. noon hi assessment it. Src. II. It aaa.l be the dutv of th Aaseasos to make return to the City Register.on or before he first day of Auput, in each year, of the aa-. semrnl of all th property within the city. Sec. 18. The Assessor, for the present yea, shall enter immediately upon the discharge of hi duties, and make return by the 15th day ef July next. Sac. 13. Any error in the assessment of pro perty may be corrected by t!ie Register, by and with the consent of the Mayor: toe party eo et rofieouelv aSHessed, filing an affidavit with tba City Register, statiag the facts snd particulaas iu addition to each erroneous assessment. Sro- 14 Upon the receipt of the aaaessmenl UVt aa aforesaid, the City Register shall noafr ihe Mayor and tb member of tk Council, who shall thereupon hold a meeting to hear and de termine all appeals from the assessment, aud to correct all errors that may be found in th list, and ten days' public notice shall be given by tk Mayer, of tb time and plae of meeaiag for hearing snob appeal. Seo. 15. The Assessor shall attand th Bond during their silting aa a oourt of appeals, and I CtuTiinti any information Id hi power In relsaoa to the property in any assessment from which I here may be aa appeal, and shall correct tb piatiof the eity connected with the assessment. and also in the City Register's office. He shall also, when required by the City Council, aits out a list of all real estate which may be la at rears with th eity for tax, and if accessary, ascertain the owners, and do and perform iueA other duties connected with hi oflSo ae tka ! City Counoil may direct. Mo. 16. All persons who consider themselv aggrieved by the axsestment of property may appoal to the said court of appeals : every ap peal dhitll be in writing .and slate specifically the ground of appeal, and the matter or tbina complained of; and no matter anles so Ut4 shall bs considered by the court. See. 17. The Court of appeals shall hear and ! determine in a summary way all appeals, and i correct any errors tbey may discover la tb a- tessment list, and may increase or lea any assessment as they may see flu Wksa th Board, sitting aa a court, shall bav rr4 and adjusted the list, th Mayor shall certify lha same, and deliver Wiamaortided to lk Citv Register. Sco. H. When the said list ha beea eo a ceired, th Register shall ran oat th sams sad enter in an appropriate column th amonat of tax dne from eaoh peroon ; a a hall, a aoosi thereafter as possible, make oat a aiaia anp thereof, actientieated by th seal of tae eity. or antU a etj seal i provided, by a aevoll, sad deliver the torn, to tb Collector, and atk Ms rsoeipt for tb agotegato aavmnt tascf, aa4 charge th same to bim. Sao. 19. Any errors ia th enteassea f aaak) list which may al any time be discovered, may be corrected by tb Register, eitbot baforc after the pavment of th rroooa s mount. Sao. SO. It sbaU be tb doty of to Colloetaw to report to th Register all baafe of owner ship in real eeSate which may en at to kle knowledge during tho lima ha is eolleotlna; tho. real estate tax ; and therenpoa tb City fcf ister shall correal lb plat of th ity,coana ted with tb assessment, aeoordingly. See. 31. The Assor shall hold kit oCo for on ysar, or onal otberwis provided by tka Cotmeil, or artless sooner removed by th May or, bv and with th advice and conceal ef tbs City Conn!!, foe good eeaa shows. Ssa. 2. The Assessor shall receive aa f for hi nrvisos two dollas and ftfty seal pa . day foe every day aoiaalTy engaged la the dlo ehane of hie dotUa, end at tho n rata fa fVaotloaal days. Appeovad May Ifth. IMA H- F. MACT. kaaer. Attest W. It. Taa Loaa, Isslctsc. . July 1. 18-aw. . Aa Ordlaaaa la Relnrloa aa' - Ftlatiag. eier Sienow 1. Be it ordained be the Mare sad Conncilmen of ta City of Whit Cload, Tha ' th City Reriater shall contract for publishing the city ordinances, and for such other pyialiac as the City Council by and with the advice aad eonaent of th Mayor may direct, bal thai tun eon'raet shall be binding an tit the east haa been submitted to the -Mayor aad Conaoil, aad ia approved by tbem. Sac. 3. That all ordinance of a general aa ture, shall be published, cither by having tho same inserted in torn paper publish sd ia tb city, or by posting th said ordinance at ivf tb most public nlaeea in the eity limifej. Approved May 19th, 1N9.. H. F. MACT. Kara. AttosaW. TX Vaa Donaa, Register. july 14, lgS3w3w. .. ' Drug Store. reo-