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w...leverT Democracy gain at:"Tt-:.- stt Senator by" a cold- ffL,rr ri.rtiom. Tbey bare, by a..rocin logic of tbe pirtol. gamed Kt hitberto occupied bj Brodanck. "trrBhlicmM nia three United 6t4U SenV bT the honert rotei of the DOOpl 0 renmj"-"" r"L r- Hie-ler. Poeh and 'rrrt trbr onooneaU of Shields WM . r. " I white ciond, a!.Try extension. . ... 4. Hannibal, ..fc ehanree are eiirnificint. the one Omaha. the deepereW eadtriolent policy apoo latan, April 5 vh tbTDemocracy rely for anccess ; f. A. Ogdea. 6 wb.,C?.!fvj!fth-ijnJ bntirreaiati- .. kla fpra ot " f"""!"" Hesperian, STEAMBOAT SS0KT12, 1439. ran or White Cloai. AtJUTM cr. Smaba. Much Tho. E. Tatt, Emigrant, . ' '" Omaha City, Sioux City, E.M.RyUua, Hesperian, Asm Wilgn. Emigrant, John Warner, St. Mvt, 8preed Eagle, Wm. Campbell, Florence. Slow City. Tboe. CTatt, St. Mary, U. S. Ger. Boat, Isabella. I Wm. Campbell, E. M. Rylaad, Ohio to Ylrjini Greeting I RiCHosD, Va., Dec. 7. n-, Wueuua oeiore tuo uegisiamro - . .. .. n I -r ,. j. letter iront mi vxuToruur oi nu:. !n wdIt to one of h vu. -- . . ... , te. n- UQIM uuiu win iuiui oit ,;.tionl oblisration to the other -,Wi of the Union, bat cannot con j tn the inrteion of her Territory by o.h. -mtd bwb. wo r the purpose of par- st. Mary, May and arresting fugitives from joetice. Duncan a. Carter, I Am Wilms. . OT. n.,,w "TK; I Wm- Campbell, BJ VH HEKK . W SSJ Bur SW.XSF a aavw fc w it tlx inquiring eaption of a long political su Mary, -,:.u in tba Laarenworth Die natch. I lataa. Aitbe D'wpatch ie one of tboae "model I Wm. Campbell. . . . i:v. T u.1 John Warner, Tribone, tieraia oi r reeuom, uu Amen- at. MTTi m fWtinel. we answer, into the link of Emierant, j-i i i I u : tv nn mi, itna nm merer i urawnwii l,eiDU J . J . - 4 Wm r..-.r.h.ll ... nni i Kmnarut jvewt. : r- objuu.. Sioux City, HU Mary, Fnuc Oriwoe hae declared that CnrtU P?e H- Carter, Cataai lyrei ef faaeafraa eUnde anequalled Wm mMt taoeg the remeoiea onerea ior spceunj ranajj st. Hary, fyutt of the Long!, Chest and Throat. Hannibal, Bit Xasalnke Unimeat baa beeome one of I IbtitiplearUelee of trade. MerchanU might ChipT)ewa, , fcaity Aould keep a coastaat enpply of theeo Peerleae. 4ieieenband. (dec. 13, 9 im. A. B. Chambere, Minnehaha, Wm. Campbell, J. D. Perry, Sioux City, Florence, Ben Lewis, Sky-Urk. Duncan 8. Carter, St. Marr, South Wester, D. A. January, Alonso Child, Wm. Camobell, War Eagle, Twilight, Rowena, Peerless. St. Msry, Emma, . rf 1 - s -3 s- lrn5 g2.,S.??3--S-5 o s-5 ?2-'3,'3 s 2 3 o w! mOs"-a2sS 2-3 T" a " ft H POLITICAL WORK. I WAR M KANSAS ! 6 3 Wt a 2 . s - i'Q-illiswP'?' ?2'i- -3 33 A. B. Chambers, Si I V.-l V3 as 3 B B Wm.CampbU, S3 3 rs.?-!-!,? 5S3?5 ,ohn Warner- as rEIs"ii?.':rSi if g-5 f affi-I-S2 5 l?"r pssiS?3-'!!? a O C esr? -3 5- ? ri 9 a. f "5 1 o.E o q a 2-3 2 S2 2 B 5 2 ! TS,a? !ri Z.Q.- - 5 Omaha, als-l; wS !-; s S-S I S StMw. !IS-Z.S-3gS 5 5 S? g S SionxCity. St. Marr. Sioux City, SouthWestrr. Wm. Campbell, Omaha, Duncan S. Carter, D. A. January, Carrier, Jnly St. Mary. Thos. E. Tutt, Wm. Campbell, reerleas. . St. Mary, Emierant. Wm. Campbell, tmhella, Sioux City, St. Mary, u. A. Janoarr, Wm. Campbell. Omaha. James Raymond, feerlees. St. Mary. Wm. Campbell, bmierant. St. Mary, John Warner. Aur. Wm. Campbell. St Mary, D. A. January. Wm. Campbell, St. Mary, Wn. Camnbell. Tutt, lir?8t?:??l3l; shifts iinUn iril rsg w S i tr o " -, sr? S-3 5 5 g S " - s o J a. . ..iss a. 2 -t 2 o s . a 3 m e W'.ta9B3a' n o a 4 S- City Wm. Campbell. Carrier, SL Mary, bmifrrant, W. Campbell, Sept St. Mary, Isabella, Wm. Camnbell, Thoa. E. Tutt, Florence, Wa. Campbell, Omaha, Emierant, Gus. Linn, Emilie, Colona, Emma, DakoU, Gus. Linn, Sioux City. Emilie, Colons, Gus. Linn, Emilie, ssfrlFlorenm,, CJTGug. Linn, Emilie Cokma, raeeBB lovi riorilda, Maeuh 10 Thoe.E.TaUt is umaha, '14 umana city. Si Emigrant, . $j sioax Ciry, 97 Hesperiaa, 3g E. M. Ryland, 39 Asa Wiifrua, 30 spread Eagle, Jj wniteuoad, April Hannibal, Omaha, lj IaUn, is E. A.Orden. lc 13 I Wm. Camobell. It m I . a . - i I John Warner. la IS I Emigrant, ' 19 ia I sorereifa, ig 1 I Hesperiaa. 90 l I SL Mary, 39 v Spread Eagle, 93 SO Was. Campbell, 34 53 Sioux City, 36 54 St. Mary, 38 4 Thos. E. Tutt, 38 86 Isabella, 30 zo w.campbell. May 1 "IE. M. Kyland, 4 s St. Mary. ( 30 Duncan S. Carter, 6 1 Wm. Campbell, 8 9 Omaha. N 4 AsaWilgus, 9 4 Florence, 9 5 Carrier 10 8 St. Mary, 13 10 IaUn. 14 11 Wm. Campbell, 15 14 CW.Mombart, 17 14 St. Mary, 18 15 I Hesperian, 31 17 Wm. Campbell, 31 17 I John Warner, 33 18 I Sionx City, 35 SO I St. Mary, 36 33 I Duncan S. Carter, 37 23 I Isabella, 28 24 Wm. Campbell, 29 25 St. Mary, June 29 C. W. Sombart. 31 Hannibal, 1 Wm. Campbell, 1 Emigrant, 9 Peerless, 9 Omaha, 4 St. Mary, 5 A. B. Chambers, 5 Minnehaha, 6 J. D. Perry, 8 Wm.Camphell, 8 Duncan S. Carter, 9 Sioux City, 9 Ben Lewis, 9 Sky-Lark, 10 South-Wester, 11 St. Mary, 11 U. 8. Got. Boat, 13 D. A. January, 13 Alonao Child, 13 War Eagle, 13 Wm. Campbell, 15 Twilight, 15 Rowena, 16 Peerless, 17 I Emma. St. Mary, Iatan, A. B. Chambers, Wm. Campbell, John Warner, J. D. Perry, Duncan S. Carter, Sioux City, St. Marr, South-Wester, July w m. Campbell, D. A.January, Omaha, St. MW. Wm. Campbell, Peerless. Thos. E.Tutt, Florence, St. Mary. Emigrant, Wm. Campbell. Sioux City, Isabella, St. Mary, Carrier, D. A. January, Wm. Campbell, Peerless, James Raymond, St. Mary, Omaha. W. Campbell, Aug. Emierant, St. Mary. John Warner, Wm. Campbell, St. Marr, Spread Eagle, D. A. January, Wm. Campbell, Chipnewa, St. Mary, Wm. Campbell, Thos. E.Tutt, St. Mary. Sioux City, Omaha, Wm. Campbell, St. Mary, Sept. Emigrant, Wm. Campbell, Carrier, Isabella, Wm. Campbell, Thos. E. Tutt. Wm. Campbell. aaoom KDmosT. CLUSKEY'S Political Text-Book or Eaoyebpedift BY M. W. CLU8KEY, Poetm aster House RepreeenUtiree. U. 8. It eootains among other things, ' Tfa various Part, Platforms. The Americas Ritual. Kansas Legislation of Conareaa. Gerernors Gear?. Stanton and Walkx'a T. aunrai Addressee. Senators Green. Douglas, and Collamer's.aad "sane. Stephens and other Reports on Kansas. I The material portion of the Kanaaa-Nsbtaaka D1U. Lecompton.Topeka and Learenworth Con- suiuDons. r"PBE dWi are awt ft rhtinr or Libertr. or X the new CoosCttUoa.ejid all that sort of taiag.bat - C.DAIVAIATBS is at war with high prices! There are various reports being circulated throngheut the Territo ry, that White Cload hae "gooe up;" but it is a xed fact that the BET GOODS AJTD GK0CESY STORE ef C. DANA 8ATR3 hae aot " gone up," for be ess iast returned from the East with a large sod well selected assortment of heary domestic DRT GOODS AXD GROCERIXS, QCEESSW1RE, HATS AND CAPS, BOOTS AND SHOES. to., cto., which will be sold cheaper than the cheanest!- Also. a larce assortment of Blankets, which will Come aad eee for The Crittenden. Montmmerr. Sn.t. nA I be sold to suit the times. EnelishBUIa. Ironrselres! Votes on the eame in each House. Being SUamboet and Express. Agent, I wul (Indeed, erernhine essential aDnertaininr to aweod to all business in mat line. the same, including President Pierce's Soeoal I - V- DANA 8ATR0. & . Oat. r- a Z S o-g 8 f 3? o-o yT 5 3, as a CityI V'V 2k Baldwin. For ... E. Burbenlr. F.ll. ri.. w J-t. . . --, .w, uu ny ueaiers gen- tUy, (dee. 15, 69-3 j IriAw.. yUlll I . r. CGARS, and 5 doten ana for sale bj .-tr. r nAVA oav-pq 11 ore and i ,B sPlce Oysters. Ufun an Fl.ir! 1 ari. gL1? .WewVd a lot of good Liquors ah, Jn,,J " hare aerer been ia ef fr?m 8Pain. I. hare alao a U ea7K.Tr . bnd- 'eh I will sell 1 T8. Hogs Wanted! t ikSifc in pack Pork this wun 11 nmm - - . . ' 1" 17 CaTTIi w Bite Cload, aad U UuiT. I?0- farmesshartagHogs H It V dispoeiag of the; LlAU r?-!L CJoodTeea I. M. - skr. rii4UsDO( muuxiu Cla-i a . O. BAILS Y. lOj-HYDRAULIC CEMENT just Nial.b7' Pr eamar Wm. Campbell, Not. 18 19 19 91 92 23 9.1 24 Sfi 26 S3 29 39 29 30 9 3 6 6 6 10 13 13 15 15 17 19 20 23 23 S3 94 28 99 31 . 3 4 7 10 11 14 17 19 19 91 93 95 26 3S 30 . 1 4 5 8 14 14 16 17 97 5 9 13 13 16 IT 91 91 96 97 30 S 't 10 u Emierant, Omaha, DakoU, Florence, Gus. Linn, Emilie, Emma, Colona, Gus. Linn, Sioux City, Emilie, Gus. Linn, Colona, Emilia, Gus. Linn, Florence, Colona, Emilie, Oct. 11 19 13 13 13 14 15 15 16 16 17 18 18 18 90 91 38 93 93 94 95 25 26 27 29 99 30 9 3 3 6 7 8 8 8 13 14 16 16 17 18 9 22 23 24 26 27 2r) 99 1 9 4 6 8 H 13 13 15 16 18 23 93 25 97 28 29 1 3 5 7 9 14 18 27 9 7 7 1 Messaee.) Ured Scott case. Constitution of the United State. Articles of Confederation. Washington's Farewell Address. Ordinances of 1784 and 1787. Vinriniaand Kentackr Resolutions of 1798 and 1799. Mr. Clay's report in farorof a diitrihntion nf tne rublic Lands, and able document against it, with a full history of the same. President Pierce's Veto of the Indigent In. sane Land Bill. Address of Mr. Faulkner on the subject. A history of Railroad Grants br Conoreaa. with the rotes thereon. President Pierce's Message vetoing the Rirer and Harbor bill. The School Land bill and rotes thereon. Clayton-Bulwer Treaty. Extracts from speeches for and against Sla Terr. Extracts from speecheeof noted Republicans and Abolitionists. Mr. Toombs' Boston Lecture on Slarery. eep.lS,1859-tf. To Slercbaits aid Maiifactirers. NEW STORE AND NEW GOODS, At 0. 124, Berth Second Street, Fear doors above Tine, ST. LOUI8, MO. KETA1 DEPOT. We have in store aad offer for sale on the most favorable terms. d at the lowest market prices, very large aad compete assortment of Tin Plate, Copper, Block Tin, Edstfa, Galvan ized, and American Sheet Iron ; Cojip?t Bottoms, sueet line, fepelter, Antimony, &c, &c. TINNERS'TOOLS 4 FINDINGS from the best manufacturers in the country, and embracing every article nsed in the trade. Al so, a full and complete aaaortment of Plain, Pressed and Japanned Tin Ware, which is made win AMI W. H. VAN DOREN TAKES this method of informing bis custo mers, and the public geaerally.tbathehas removed to the stand recently occupied by B. F. RuSher k Co., where he is receivinr and opening the largest and cheapest stock of Goods that has ever been brought to this market, con sisting of Mess. Fremont and Buchanan's Letter of L?.AX.Cfi l'ir. Acceptance. Messrs. Buchanan and Williams' Letter on the Bargain and Intrigue Charge. Mr. Calhoun's Fort Bill Address. President Jackson's Nullification. Maysville Rosd Veto. A History of Party Convention. Report of Mr. Davis, of South Carolina, on the Political Power of the Supreme Court. Mr. Buchanan's Minority Report on the same suujecb very best stock. We are SOLE AGENTS for the most celebrated patterns of 0O0K, PARLOR AND HEATDT3 8T07Z8, (for both Coil and Wood,) which we will sell Proclamation against I atextremely low prices, and will warrant to rive as rood satistaction as any store now in market. We have a full stock of IIollow Ware, Su jnr 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 SelMealine. FraitCaaa Got. Wise and Mr. Carother's letters afainat I an d Jars. This article has been in use more the American organisation, and the Hon. A. H. than four years, and is universally admitted in Stuart's letters, signed "Madison," defending it safety and convenience to be entirely without e Kenneth Rayner's Speech at Philadelphia, in rival. November, 1856, and in North Carolina in 1833 To Tinners we would say we have the TOPS A history of. with the votes on. the varioua and BOTTOMS for ALL KINDS OF FRUIT tariffs. CANS, to supply the trade, and will make very a nistory 01 toe United States Bank snd Ab- liberal discounts. olition Petitions. Mr. Fillmore's Albanv Speech and Erie and Gayle Letters. History or the Annexation of Texas. Opinions of public men on the Power of Con gress over the Territories. 1 he .Nicholson Letter. Nashville Convention and Georgia Platforms. Missouri Compromise, with every vote there on, aectionally classified. Compromise Measures of 1850. Clayton Compromise. Wilmot Proviso. The expenditures of the Government, with the best speeches on both sides of the present issue with reference to the same. With many other things too numerous to mention. Every subject is fully treated, and everrvote in Congress, on any subject havinr a political signification, ia given. 1 here is not a uncle political Question noon which this book does not fully post the speaker. It has received the commendation of the en tire political press of the United Stales snd oi the Statesmen of the coontrv. It is used in nearly all the discussions in Con gress as a book of ready reference. 1 his book posts op the speaker on the Kan- s and other questions. TERMS: Singh Copy. Thru Dollart: Club of Six, Fifteen Dollart. The above terms include the postaee. Liberal deductions to the trade, and a fair allowance to persons who interest themselves in obtaining subscribers. Address JAS. B. SMITH CO., No. 610, Chestnut street, Philadelphia. (From the Washington Union.) ThePoIitical Text-Book or Encyclopedia. To the politician, the editor, and all who de sire information on the leading party measures and topics of the times, this book will be found one of the greatest convenience and value. The author has performed his task with decided judgment and ability, and we trait that he will meet with a corresponding remuneration for his labor. We invite both dealers and manufactarers to examine our stock. J. E. CROSS k CO., M. 124. Ntrt Second Street, Sr. Ltuit, lit. August 11, 1359-6m. Health and Happiness Secared ! 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! Young men who are suffering from the effects or youthful indiscretion can be surely and per- manenHy restored by using toe Concentrated Care on AQUA VITAE I A lemedy at Great aad Certain Fewer! Tils remedy ts put up in small vials, and can be sent nv mail to any address. A trial will satis fy. Use it for a week, and you will experience a great benefit. A circular containing lull par ticulars. sent (free) on application. Pries per bottle, $1. Ons bottle will last a month. N. B. This remedy is suitable for either sex Address, K. CRUGER, Medical Agent, 743, Broadway, New York August 11, lS53-ly. Dry Goods, Groceries,! Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes. QUEEXSWA&E, GLASSWARE, HARDWARE, TINWARE, Toiaceo, Clgan, FLOUR, BACON. CORN MEAL, SALT, WHISKEY, TAR, Tube, Broome, FANCY ARTICLE!, NOTIONI, AC, Of every description, At Wholesale or Retail, Which he i determined to aell for C&SZI! A Llttl Cheaper than the Caeapeet! W. II. VAN DOREN. White Clond, June 2. lS59-tf. Cheaper than Ever! STEAM SAW HE In Full UBIast! City Ordinniicee; As) OrsTiasiaeeT to establish sua Aseeaear, prescribiax kia tfwtiee, sus4 reralaatas; the SMsessraeaf vf property satyeat e taxation. 9xcrtow 1. Be it cmMoed b the Mtyeeasxf Couocilmen of the Citv of White Cload, That at the first stated meeting of the City Cosset! in each year after the prevent, it shall be the duty of the Council by and with the advice aatf consent of the Mayor, to appoint a competent person as Aeor, who shall bare resided la the citv at least three months nrior to hUso- , pointment, and the pei.ou so appointed, sbaB, j before be enters upon the duties of hie office, Five banJ tu the citv in tho mm rThia Hub. THE undersigned, proprietors of the Whit 1 dred Dollars, with two securities, to be spwov Cloud Steam Saw Mill, take pleasure in I ed by the Mavor. conditioned for the faithful announcing to the public, that their mill is in discharge of bis duties. l)i.MkMt.1u . n .1... V.... i Cm. Q Tl. . - i . . 1 . 1 ' . - " ' .wwmrw. - - . HB Hill A3TWT, UT VEieTUTO, j operations for the season. They ire prepared ! on the duties nf his oAcw, shall take and sub- 10 ao sawing or every kind and description, on I scrioe an oath, ajtbfulty t discharge hia ra the shortest notics. Thee will saw on the ' spectiv dutit, to the beat of his hfwwedre sad . 1 : 1 : . The Nstional Intelligencer published a com plimentary endorsement of it. Hark Ye! Hark Ye STONE MASONRY. THE subscriber, being an experiencedStoae Mason, and having located at White Cloud, takes this method of iaforming the publie that he is readv, on the shortest notice, to undertake all jobs in his line, such as building Foundations, Walls, Arches, and also Cisterns. In all such work he has had much experience,-and Batters himself that he can turn outjobs inferior to no other mechanic in the Territory. Orders are respectful v solicited. Jmo10.58.tf. O. C. WHITNEY. Not. a. 18 19 91 93 26 38 . 9 5 6 18 19 20 21 S. M. PETTENGILL & CO.S ADVERTISING AGENCY. 119 JVassra St., If. mud 10 State St., Beaten. 8. M. PETTENGILL k CO. are the agent for the "Chief," and the most influential and lareestcirculatine- Newspaper in the United States and the Canadas. They are authorised to contract for as at oar lowest rate. S. 8. POST, General Newepaper, Adrer- tising and Subscription Agent, second story, north-west corner of Chestnut and Third Sts., 8t. Louis, is our authorised Agent ia tbst city and is empowered to contract at oar regular rate, and receipt for us. Messrs. ROUNDS k LANGDON.ef Chica go, are oar authorised Agent for that eity. CHICHESTER k 8ANF0RD. Proprietor of the Merchants' Advertising, Commission and Collecting Ageoey, are Agents for this paper, ia the cities of Philadelphia and Baltimore. J. E. DUDDERIDGE. of 8U Loals, ia aa aaahortsed Agent for the Chief. V. D. MARK HAM, ATTORNEY AT LAW 4 REAL ESTATS AGENT, WHITE CLOUD. KANSAS. WILL practice la all the Court of Doni phan. Brown, aad the adjoining Coaati; pay taxes for aoa-residenta, aad buy aad sell hud. Particular attention paid to collections la Kansas, Nebraska, and North-Weal Missouri OFFICE ON JCAIN STREET. lae.SO.SS-tf. (From the N. Y. Daily New.) ClutUy't Political Text Book or Ency clopedia. It will pro e the most important political vade meeum ever presented to the American people. This work is gotten up in Alphabetical order, and contains the substance, or the whole text,! of every great question now agitating, or which is likely for a long time to come, to agitate the nation. Sep. 17, 59. A HISTORY OF ALL RELIGIONS. Containing Statement of the Origin, Development, Doctrines and Govern ment of the Religions Denominations ia Europe and the United States. HOTICal 0F ATTACHMENT. 7a fa Datrict Court of (As Firit Judicial Dim trie! if Kantoi Ttrrittrf, miltina within and for Ooniphun t ouafv, for the trial of cauoet wrmni unaer li tew of oaut I trrUorw. ue tobtr 37k. 1859. Jeshna Blanggl George Barter. Attachment. fW this day eame the plaintiff, Joshua vr Blangg, by his attorney, V. D. Markham and filed an affidavit, stating that the defend ant, George Barter, could not be served with 1 process in this Territory: it Is therefore order ed by the Clerk in vacation, that the defendant be notified, by publication being made in toe Whit Cloud Chier, a weekly newspaper, pub lished in the town of White Cloud, in said County and Territorv, for six successive weeks, of the pendency of this suit, the object of which is to obtain judgment for the sum of Three Hundred and Seventy-Five Dollar, and inter est snd damages, it being the amount due the said plaintiff bv the defendant, etc., and that With Biographical Sketches of Eminent Di vines, by Samuel M- Smacker, L. L. D. Pun ished by Duaue Rulison, Quaker City publishing Uniu 11 Snnth Third SuMl. Ph:LHelnhi. Tk. ...r.;.t .1 R.iicHr.n .ni tk ni.mMnrl his property ha been attached to pay the said ... ,., .1.... hi. .n .Kanrhint, intr..t um; and that unless he plead, answer or de- i.ii..i.rf;,!... .r,i . .nrtr .h;k muT to the plaintiff's petition filed in thi cause, affords the desired information, in a conrenient ihin J the last insertion hereof, and accessible form, at a moderate price, has judgment will be rendered against him, and his been urgently demanded, and will be sought Pperty sold to pay tne same for with aridity, 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 encyclopedia. Dr. smacker na evidently prepared this work with much care, and it exhibits, great ability and learning- The articles on tne 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 Witness my hand and the seal of said Court, at oflce. in the town of Troy, this 37 ih day of October, A. u. isos. JAS. R. WHITEHEAD. Clerk. Bv Sin-oat, D. Butioht, D. C. NoTcmber 3, l859-6w. NOTICE OF ATTACHMENT. 7a tk District Court tftkt Tint Judicial Dio- triet of Kouoat Territorf, oittiuf sriuia aaa' for Donxpkan County, for tk tnal of cease arutnq under tnt law him irrruoru. UC- tobor 37a, 1859. John Bull k Co. ) ts. Attachment. John Doxier. , e. laaBvi, . a. P. aacr. SHREVE & MACY. DRUGGISTS. WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS. tT Dr. Shrevs attend to the practice ef M a dtciae aod S orrery. He may be found a the Drag8lor . fe.4,W,uf. too hiehlr estimated of such superior and un-1 VN this day came the plaintiffs, John Bull k biassed effort in a work of this kind, a too of-1 J Co-, by their attocaey, V. D. Markham, ten, those pretending to giro correct iniorma- aod nied an affidavit, stating that tne defend tion aaon such subjects are prejudiced ia favor ant, John Doxier. could aot be served with a of some particular sects or denominations. Mr. I process in this Territory; it ie therefore order- Rulisoa has brought out this great work ia a ed by the Clerk ia Taeation. that tbe defendant very handsome foraa, and the publie i indebted be notified, by publication being made ia the to hia for a eery uaeaable, instrctiv aad as-1 Kansas Chief, a weekly newspaper, published book. Tbe price, SI, 00, ts remarkably low for I ia the town of Whit Cloud, in eaid County such a work, aad 10 order that it may bare a and Territory, for six aueeeaair week, or tbe rapid and extensive circulation, be will send it pendency of thl suit, the object and general to any address, accompanied with a Taluable nature of which ia to obtain judgment for the Gift, oa the reciept of the price and twenty-five mm of Four Hundred Dollars aad Sixty Cents, cent to pay postage. with interest thereon free the 10th day of Aa. Mr. Rulison will send free, on application his gust, A. D. 1859, it being tbe asaouct ef two new enlarged and revised Catalogue of Book several judgments and eost rendered against and Gifts, containing all information relative the defendant in the Coanty of Holt, aad 8lat to the establishment of Agenciea ia the Gift of Missouri, Ao., aad that hi property has been Book business- Address attached to pay the eaid sum; aad that alee DUANE RULISON, be plead, answer or demur to the plaiatiftV pe- Quaker City Publishing House, 33, South tition filed in this easae, withia twenty day oi Third 8 tree t, Philadelphia, Pa. the laat insertion hereof, judgment will be rea- dered against niat, aad bia property soia to pay the eame. Witness, Ja. R. Whitehead, Clerk, with the seal of said Court affixed, at Sloe, at the Court House, ia the town of Troy, tiua 77 ta day ef FOR SALE! THE ubeeriber offer for aale, oa Hberal terms, several choice tracts of timbered and nraita lands, located near White Cload. I October. A. D. 1859. The timbered era will be divided to nit pur-1 JAS. R. WHITEHEAD, CUrit. chasers. V. D. MARKHAM. .. By 8sm Vu Bmrteww, D. C Whrte Cload ept 99, -, ' November 3, 1869-w STEAM FERRY WIIITEATCLOUD! RUNS regularly on the Missouri .JJLk Rirer, at the" following rates: f or crossing a team or 1 pair ot horses or mules, or 1 volte or cattle, and wagon, loaded or empty, $0.75 Three yoke of cattle and wagon, 125 One horse and bueev. SO Saddle horse and rider, Loose horses, per bead. Cattle, per head, Hogs and sheep, per hsad. Foot passeneers. Northern emigration, from Missouri, lows, Illinois, Wisconsin or Michigan, either Tor Cal lfornia or any part of Kansas or Southern Ne breaks, will find a mail route to this point, on a State Road from Del Moinea, Iowa; and a good roads through Missouri, by wsy 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 bndees. recently made for the uov- ernment trains from thi place to Salt Lake and Utah. We can say to the caurornia emi rration, that they can strike the old Cilifornii Road within 12 mile of thi place, and they will find good graxing for stock withm ball mile of the river, and plenty of wood anl water on the route to the Big Blue, only 80 uJfsa from here: and they will find thi road over 40 mile shorter than the road from St. Joseph, and over 60 miles shorter than that from Leavenworth. We refer persons to the map, in proof of this statement; and we only ask emigrants and tra vellers te try this route, and we pledge our selves to pass them overthe river free, on their return, if they are not satisfied of the foregoing facts. White Cloud baa three or four good stores and trading bonses; two first-class Hotels lumber is only $15 per 1,000 feet; the country is rapidly filling up; and there la as good a farming region, extending for over 50 miles back of the river, as can be found in any part of Kansas. M00RE3 A TAT LOR June 9, 59-1 y. halves, or for meoey, very cheap. They will sonstantly keep on hand ALL KINDS OF LUMBIR! which thsv will sell a little cheaper than eaa be had anywhere else, for Cash, or te good men abilitv. Sic. 3. The Assessor shall enter epsn the discharge of hi duties, after the present yeas' on the nrtt Monday of May. in each year, and I L -11 1 , " .. - ... ' . . . . : nau mui eucn preparations as win enable am on short time. Tb.y have alao su steeliest V"?'h w,'!"n . .nn" ' Lsth Mill, and are prepared at all times to far- nuh LATHS in any quantity, at low rats. Giva us a call, aad satisfy yourselves that w esn do just what we sav. WJL MAUCK k SONS. White CleuJ, March 17, 1859-Hf. W. G. SARGENT. Attorney and Counsellor at Latr, NOTARY PUBLIC. Aad Commissioner for Maine, Masaa chaserts, New York, Keatucky, and Missouri. BROWN COUNTY, KANSAS. XT Post Oifice Address Hamlin, Hiawatha, or Padonia, Brown County, Kansas. 'XJ feb. 3, 59-1 y. J. C SCOTT, Attorney at Law & Land Agent SENECA, NEMAHA CO., KANSAS. SPECIAL attention paid to tbe Collection of Claims in Nemaha, Marshall and Brow Counties. REFERENCES: Binn k Williams, White Cload, Kaaaas. V. D. MauHia, ' " Jams Casoill A Co., St. Joseph, Mo. How. Saudxl R. Cobtis, Keokuk. Iowa. E. B. Ha Li, Banker, Cleveland, Ohio. Ho. Daiiil R. Tiloih, " " Mo. Gill k Co.. Chicago. Illinois. R. U. Toaaxr, Dist. Cl'k, Nemaha Co., K. T. july 14, 59-1 y. 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. Jenninrs k Brother, and will constantly keep on band, at the old stand, fresh supplies of UDry tiwoods! HARDWARE, QTJEZ5SWARE, Clothing, Hats and Caw, Boots and Shoes, 8ADDLERY. PAINTS AID OILS', 77211171723, DOORS AND 8A8II. ratat Medklaes, Drags, lc, etc., Which he 1 offering at the Ieweet rates, for CASH! Jsn18.1859-tf. SAMUEL LAPPIN, Land and General Agent, SENECA, NEMAHA CO.. KANSAS, Wl LL promptly attend to investing Money, narins- Taxes, locating and selling Land Warrants, bavins snd selline Lands, and mak ing Collection ia North era Kansas and South ern Nebraska. Office on Main Street. REFERENCES: y. D. Mttrua, Whiu Cload, Ktnsis E. A. Poclbt, low Point, " A. C. WiLoae, Leavenworth, " GiLlBBT k SrBaTTOW, Kickspoo, " PsttLur k Donas, P. L. Hoaoaw. " " R. DwrrtM, Hiawatha, " Lisa k Bora, St. Joseph, Mo. Oxias Bailxt, Bloemfield, Edpr Co., III. R. J. Gatuk. Iodiaaepolie, lad. jua 30, 59-ly. PLOWS I PLOWS! T1 AVING received an are sey XX from the manufacturer. I am prepared to fumiah Prairie Plows of all sisee, doable aad ingt steel Shovel Plow, Uassow, aad Caha- itois etiaap tor casn. W. H. VAN DOREN. Whlee Ofcrad.jwe 13, 9aMf CITY HOTEL. WHITE CLOUD. KANSAS. JOHN U. L'TT, I I l PROPRIETOR. THI3 HOi73E, which has jast been eomnleted. is "ne of the larjest snd finest in the West. It now open to the pub lic, end will be kept in a sl equal to tba best Hotels. Every department w.'l be conducted in such a war as to afford the greatest amosnt of comfort to thosestopping st the Hoes. THI TAB LI Will at all time be supplied with the very best that the market affords, both of the asses series snd the delicacies of life. THE 8LKIPI53 AFASTsTlNTS Are roomy and well ventilated, aad tbe bed ding will always be found in good condition. ' IBS I1LO0JT Is supplisd with a variety of Liquor, Cigar, rrutta. etc., or a choice quality. There are likewise good Stabling and Feed for Horses, and a competent person to take charg nf them. The House can accommodate a large s a tuber of persons, snd tbe utmost attention will ever be given to the want of the publie. April 21, 1359-tf. Try Ward's Telegraph Tonie! FOR FEVER AND AGHB, WHICH never fail 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, as the medicine will recommend itself, if given a trial. Try it once, and satisfv vonrself. Warranted perfectly Vegetable and harmless. For sale by Shreve k Macv, White Cloud; and bv Dealers evervwhere. All orders must be addressed to W. W. WARD, Mansion House, Leavenworth City, Kansas, General Agent for Kaasas, Nebraska, snd the Western States. july 9I,59-3st. DTPORTANT FACTS FOR EAST WARD BOUND TRAVELLERS ! Read and Preserve for Fntara Refer enee! I tTBparaUsllsd Speed and Comfort from ts Fron- ur to ia sea snore 1 Inauguration of a Hew Era in tho Hittoru of Ajuji ana Ircbrask. Chicago, Burlington & Qaincy R. R. Oa 10 irm Acorrr 17, 1959, tiavilliss raow wisTiaa mssooai, iajsas and Mrsaas K, can stsrt from Sr. Joscm at 6 A. M., Arrireal Quinev Chicago, Detroit, Toledo, Cleveland, Pittsburg, at7.00 p. ., same day at 7.15 a. h. next " at 6.3U r. a. " at 4.10 r. a. et9 4Gr.it. " at 2.35 a. a. 2nd j." ' Suspension Bridge, at 4 .00 a HuRulo, at 4.49 a. Philadelphia, at 5.10 r. ' New York, at 9.30 r. ' Boston, st Midnight Time Tbrourh from SU Joseph to New York 63 1-8 Hoar. Time Throazh frrm St. Joseph to Boston 0a Hoara, including all stop. No Route except via Quinsy and CM' cago can make tnit time ! From Out net Eastward. Sleeping Cart on all Sight Traini. Tickets via this Route for Sale at all the offices, and on the Boats of the Hannibal and St. Joseph Rsil Road. Purchase Thron?h Tickets an1 Sare Money ! Bt Sure and yet Ticleti sts CiUaga and Qinncy Koutr : SAM'L POWELL, Gen'l Ticket Agent. . G. HAMMOND, Gen'l Superintent. D. S. Lovxjot, Ag't, St. Joseph ept. 1.53-3m. Brace's Xtw Trk Type-Ftandry, HAS now on hand aa immense stock of Romsn Trrve. Fancy Tvpe, Copperplate Script. German Type, Musle Type, Urnanaente, Chess and Checker Type, Border, Bras and Metal Rules, Lead, Bras snd Electro. Circles aad Ellipses, Labor Saving Rules, Corner Quads Metal Furniture, ete. Tbe tvnes are all eaat bv steam power frnss she bard metal peculiar to this rounary. I no unequalled rapidity in the process of easting enables me to sell these more durable tvpes at the lowest pricee ef ordinary typee, either for eaah or credit. Presaee, Wood Type, Ink, Cs.es, Stick, ete.. furnished at the manufacturer lowest price. A (necimen pamphlet of Font of Letter only. and pricee, mailed to prtnwng o races, os tne re ception of seven cents, to pre-pay the poe'age. Printer of Newspaper who ehoose to publish this advertisement. Including this note, three time before tbe 1st day or Aug, ls. so forward me one ef the paper, will be allowed their bill, at the time of making a parekas worn me of nv kmc the amount of my maaa. laeturee. Address, GEORGE BRUCE, 13. Chamber Street, New York. jane 99,1859. 3w. Iaportait t Faraers! METROPOLIS FLOUR MILLS. LEAVENWORTH. KANSAS. THE proprietor of these Mill are bow rea dv to receive the new erop of Wheat, aad ahev would particularly call the attention of FARMERS to the importance of threshing. cleaning and getting their wheat to market at the earliest possible time, to avoid damage and' loss by letting it remain ia the field till the Fall rain eome on. Thresh your wheat at the tame time of reaping, if possible; bring it in, we will store it free of ebargs till yoa wish to sell. Yon will here find eale for all your wheat at the birhest market price, or yew can exchange it for fiour oa the most favorable term. Giv as goad, clean wheat, aad we will give yoa the best Sow over offered in this market. - EARLE k BUNTING. LeavTirwwrtH, Jwee 1, rOSO-af - whole city rvnairtitr and correctinr the nlatuf the city, and procaring from the County Recor der, an ab.tr.irt of all conveyances of record, made within the city during the preceding rear, aad changing the plat of the city toosrreepoad wiih such conveyances- Sic. 4. On the firstof Msv. in each year, tho City Rrgiatrr shall deliver to the Aseeeor, the entire preceding assessment-list of tho city, which list .hell be returned to the Register with, in two months. Sic. 5. The Assessor shall, en the teoaod Monday of Mar, succeeding hie anpointmsnV proceed to examiu and assess all peeper within the city, subject to taxation, at its eaah value, to be determined by the assessor, and shall make out a suitable book, which shall con tain a list of all such propertv, and of person chargeable with a poll tax, describing in pa. rate column! the kind of property, and wher the same ts real estate, giving 'the quantity, metes and bounds, and the value of the ground with the improvements ou the same, if both are owned by the same person, and when real estate is leaaed or rented, the owner thereof I authorised to list it with the Assessor in pro portion, as it ia lessed or rented. Sie. 6. Said list shall be made eut by Blooaa. according to their numerical-order 00 the city map, in the City Register's offlse, snd each oth er designations made aa will enable tbe Collec tor readily to find the person who psy tax. Sbc. 7. And the Assessor is suthorixed to demand of any person owning or bavins; charo of any taxable property, as agent, guardian, in any other fiduciary character, a list ef auea "Operty, with such description as will enable him td list and assess the same; aad shall have power, snii 1 required, when aot satisfied with said list, to cxtmiu the party under oath toaoh ing th sm Src. 8. If any person reftji (9 list th prop erty as aforesaid', or to testify under f?'Jl as re quired concerning the property belonging M them or under their charge 1 er to deliver a eorreet description of their property at the of fice of the Assessor, within ten dsys sfter sash demsnd shall have been made; or wilfully omit any property required to be listed from the list furuubed by them, th whole property belong ing to, or under the charg of such person, shall be assessed at th market valu put npea it by the Assessor. Sic. 9. If the Assessor find property wllkla the city limits, the owner of which I unknown, after using due diligence to ascertain th tame, and failing to do so, he shall mark tk property as that of an owner unknown. Sxo. 10. The Assessor shall use all tbe mesa to discover any taxable property which baa asrt bcei assessed in any previous year, aod the sasxo shsll be ssscssed for each year ia which it haa been emitted, and the Asuessor shall ante the same upon his assessment list. Skc. 1 1. It bb1I be the duty or tbe Assesses to make return to the City Register, on or before the fint day of August, in each year, of tbe aa aessment of all the property within the eity. Sec. 12. The Assessor, for the present year, shall enter immediately upon the dischsrgs of hie duties, and mtk return by th I5tb dsy ef July next. Sic. 13. Any error la ths sasessmrnt of or. petty msv be corrected by the Register, by eed with the consent or the .uayor: the party so er- roneouelv assessed, filing an affidavit with tho City Register, slstiag the fact and particulaaa in addition to each erroneous aaseasmsot. Sec. 14. Upon tbe receipt of the assessmeal list as aforesaid, the City Register shall aotaty the Mayor and the member of th Council, wbw shall thereupon bold a meeting to hear and- de termine all appeals from th sasessment, and tar correct all errors that may be found la the list, and ten days' public notice shall be given by the Mayer, of the time and place of meeting for hearing such appeals. Sio. 15. The Assessor shsll attend the Bond during their sitting as a court of appeal, and furnish any information in hi power ia relating to the property in anv assessment from which here may be sn appeal, and shall correct the plats of the city connected with the assessment, and a!o in the City Register's office.- He shall also, when required by the City Council, atako out a lit of all real estate which may be la ar rears with tbe city fur taxes, and if necessary, ascertain the owner, and do and perform euon. other duties connected with hi office ss h City Conncil may direct. Sic. 16. All persons who consider themsstvse aggrieved by the assessment ef property map appeal to the said court of appeal : every ap peal shall be in writing.and state specifically th grounds of appeal, and th matter or thing complained of; and no matter nnleee so state shall be considered by the court. Sio. 17. The Court of appeals shall nearaaafl determine in a summary way all appeal, aadl correct any errors they may discover in th aa essment list, and may increase or lews any assessment as they may aee Bt. Whew tba Board, sitting as a court, shall bar corrected and adjusted the list, the Mayor shall eartsfy the same, and deliver the cam so certified to the Citv Register. Pie. 18. When the said list has bee o s cei red, the Register shall run out the earn aad enter in an appropriate eolumn the amount of tax dne from each person ; he shall, aa soo thereafter as poible, mske out a plain eopy thereof, authenticated bv tne seal or tbe eity. or until a city seal is provided, by a screll, aadl deliver the same to tne collector, snd 1st hie receipt for the sgrregat amount thereof, aad charge th same to him. Bsc. 17. Any errors in the extension er saea list which mar at anv time be discovered, mar be corrected by th Register, either before at sfter the pavment of the errooeoaa amount. Sio. 20. It shall he the duty of the Coilosssa to report to the Register all change of owner ship in real estate which may eome fa ITa knowledge during the time he is collecting tba real estate taxe r and thereupon the City Xeg Ister shall correct the plat of th dtyreoaaa' ted with tbe assessment, accordingly. See. 71. Th Assessor (ball Bold hi so for one Tear, or until otherwise provide bv th Conncil, or unless sootier removed by tha May. or, by sad whb tba advice and sens ant f the) Citv Council, for good eaaseshowB. 8. 39. Tbe Assessor ehall receive as) way for hi services two dotlaiw and fifty aeate per dsy for everv day actually engaged la aha ela efisrge of hie datisa, and at the eaaa&ato tat fractional dare. , - Approved May 29th, I8W. H. F. MaCY-Vta. ; Atteet VT. fl. Tan Do saw, tefsaec. July 7. 1869-Jw. . . An Ordiaaaee ia Relattea te ajiar Priatiag. Saertoa 1. Be it ordained be the KaTwr aaal Council men of the City of White Cload, Tba the City Register (ball eontraet for pabllihiag th eity ordineneee, aad for saeb other priatiBr as the City Council by and with the ad vie aad. consent of th Mayor may direct, bat that aa. contract shall be binding until the am aaa' beea submitted to the Mayer aad Cssasil, sjA i approved by tbem. . . Sxo. 9. That all ordinanee ef a genera) b, tare, shall be published, either bv havisr eha same inserted ia soma paper published ia tha eity, or by potting the said ordiaaaeee at area th most publie places fa the eity Umlaj. .4 Approved May 19th, 1859. . r H. F. MACY. Mass,. Attest W. H. VaaDoanaa, RilisH. jnly 14, l&5-3w.