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inc oftbe -iud the n' rfflou from JJUMoun vTe- .nd. Word. v.. declared thai Ctrtl' A. otftni for pedily curing I-mrs. Cheat ud Throat "v.-ak Linlat ha beoom cm B" -r tr.de. Merchant might Y . :.l. anrar and ooffte. Every n Km : JIXTY IQHTH TIAE ! CISCIXNATI WEEKLY GAZETTE, FOB 1860 . 6.Ub , ,Rfin -hich nromisesto beoneofl C'! -,ntAni and exciting U onr kisto I w -- . . . . I The vital uef of the time wiU be sul" mount of research and investiga J, gtaj of fact and arfroment by the SZTTthB eountry, never before brought to !tfKX thm, and no man can afford to fle- hiieir of the means, (which only relia r. tttmpet can furnish him.) of viewing in tJlady and ditcriminatingly the stirring ZiSaod event of that great Canvas. To ZZjaie w j this, he should commence at once, ,hile initiatory step are being taken, the note f nreperatioa being sounded, and the force bring marshaled, for the impending struggle. W need not assure the reader of the Ga vtti ujd those who may be induced to ub for it, that it will be found the consistent advocate and supporter of the Cease in which u l.. kminfore been enzased. and the firm tiJL of all true Progress and Reform of ,11 the hummitary movements of the age hiring tot their object oar intellectual, moral, Baii, or material advancement. We are determined to relax no effort to make It t taper which will meet the wants of Wes tern reader) more fully than can be done by any jooraal, waned at the East. How far we hare Vmeedrd in doing no hitherto, we are willing It Irare to the verdict of our readers. Among At feature of special interest to Western read M.will be verbatim reports, by skilirnl steno inpbers, of the moat important Speeches and liebatcs apon the timet of the Presidential Ciaram,bf the most distinguished Speakers of the West ; a plan which we adopted during the recent Gubernatorial election in Ohio to an client nnatteuipied b any other paper, and which proved so eminently satisfactory to our leaders. la the enterprise 'and the facilities for procur ing (he earliest intelligence in the variety tai coarLSTSSEssof its new columns its large toe taib tag as to compress into them whatever of current interest upon every tubjectr we relieve th GAZETTE may challenge compar ison with any cotemporarics. In point of cheapness to Clubs, it has the advantage of all the large Eastern Weeklies, being equal to any of them in size and amount of reading matter, wLili the price is not only less to small Clubs, hat bo extra charge is mad on large ones for auressing the papers to each individual sub Briber. Under our new Mailing Svstem, sub seribers names, with the dates of expiration ef their subscriptions, are stamped upon the pa pert by means of printed labels, being a great convenience to subscribers, Postmasters, and Ajeaia. Subscribers may rely upon receiving Hie general news through the G.izette from te to two days in advance of it arrival by the Eastern papers. Inord.rto encourage the starting of Clubs tint points, i will be perceived that for a In ofO.VLYTEN SUBSCRIBERS the papers cube bad at OflK DOLLAR PER COPY This brings the minimum price within the rath of Clubs at th sm tllest Post Office, and s facility afforded by do other paper of so argc a size. 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Fii. ae amencan reader. ?ajL!nlta.wJl, It eon-' v , ju, . . J ... & i. . Tk Weeklr Tinea. - ?? !htx,rdhZ tnorning, embracing . ofthe pre Literary feature, . readme. It wiil l,miir.n. 'UVaInklif.v.i. - . " urawoi ior ui r,rme'3sir4.a-r.' t- . hich haa VU1J (J StSslerf"1' thfee eP'el fa" tu, ,dTrr ou aadrass, (3 1 II cop , will k 1 tigs a club of Mvsn?' easli mustUTariably ba V wahers forwarded up appllc.! Vfe? totL.ri,,wTork; 8. M. PETTENGILL & coa AUVKKTISINO 'AGENCY. ii jitsmss stN. r, ! xo sm at., 8. M. f ETTENOILL Jt CO. ar th sg som for th "Chief." and th most InSaantial and largt circulating Newspapers in the United Stat and the Canada. They ar authorised to contract for a at our lowest rates. , J. S. POST, General Newspaper, Adver tising and SabMription Agent, ond etorv, north-west corner of Chestnut and Third St., o uhi vw siHioniefl Agent IB lust city. . . . "'J, and M mpowred to contract at oar reralar M rrnvsTS, Ba receipt, tor Si. . , Messrs. EODXD3 A LANGDOM.of Chia- go, are ear ausherized Ageau for that ity. CHICHESTER k SA!f FORD, Proprietors of the MerhaaU' Adrrtiing, Commission sad Collecting Agency, ar Agent for this paper. in soe cistes oi rnuaaeipaia an Baltimore J. C. DUODE RIDGE, of St. UaU, I aa aataonxea Ageat lor Ue Chief. THX SEW-Y0RK TfilBT JE. rrepare far tie Great rolltieal Can palfff I8G0J I5DUCEMEJITS TO CLUBS. Xo it th Tinu to SultsriU. Tsrc Taiatrci now more thaa eiehteen year oia ana Having over a qnarteror a million sub eriben.or constant Torehasera, diffused through vary State and Territory of our Union will continue ia essence what it ha been the ear nest champion of Liberty, progress, and of whatever will conduce to our national growth in Virtue, Industry, Knowledge, and Prosperi ty. THE NEW-YORK DULY TRIBUNE is printed en a large imperial sheet, aud pub lished every morning end evening (Sundays ex cepted.) 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The New-York Weekly Tribune, a large eieht-page paper for the eountrv, is nub li.-hed every Saturdar, and contains Editorials on the important topics of the times, the news or the week, interesting correspondence from til parts of the world, the New York, Cattle, Horse, and Produce Markets, interesting and reliable Political, Mechanieal and Agricultural articles, te., Ac, " We shall, during this year, as hitherto, con stantly labor to improve the quality of the in structive entertainment afforded bv THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, which, we intend. shall continue to be the best Family Weekly Newspaper published in the World. We con sider the Cattle Market Reports alone richly worth to cattle raisers a year's ubscaiption price. TERMS : One copv, I year, f-J I 5 eorvl year, $8 3 copies, I vear, $5 lOcof J year, $12 Twentv copies, to e tddrett $20 and any larger number $1 each. 20 copies, t aidrrtt tf rack tubterittr. $24 and any larger number at $1 3(1 each. Any person sendinz us a club of Twentv, or more, will he entitled to an extra cipv. For a club of fifty, we will send the Semi-Weekly Tribune ; and for a club of one hundred the Daily-Tribune will he sent gruti. We con tinue to send Th Wiult Tail! to Cler gymen for $1. Subscriptions mav commence at any time. Terms always cash ia advance. All leKar to be addressed to HORACE GREELEY t CO., A Tribune Buildinrs, Nassau Street, New York. A Card. The udarsigned, being engaged in the prep aration of a work, shortly to be published, upon the Life and Character of John Baow, of Ossawatomie, and his associates at Har per's Ferry, desire to obtain from his friends In Kansas and e'sewhere such particulars as may lend to make the volume more ful'y relia ble. Intending to vindicate from the assaults of slanderers and traitors the connection of the brave old cheiftain with the affairs of Kansas, it is co&dentlv hoped that all who are familiar with the history of these men will aid us bv forwarding such information. In all ease will such information be used discretely; name will be suppressed when necessary or de sired. Anecdotes'of Cant. Brown, reminiscen ces of bis conversations, and all personal de tails, will be especially useful. We want such particulars of John H. Kepi, Col. Whirls of Toneka, John E. Cook, the brothers Thompson, (oae of whom was woun ded at Black Jack, tn '56,) Tidd, Realf, the sons of Jno. Brown especialy Jason, Oliver and Watson Albert Haalitt, Jerry Anderson, Leo- man and Coppie. A conr of th book trill b sent to au per sona furnishing information, and to editor publishing this card. May we no urge w rinU (a fnparsrd anrrh material a SDeedilv a may be, to either of ns,eare of Dr. T- H. Watt, 3 Winter street, Boston. Mass. . ' JAMES REDPATH. ' R.J.HINTON. QAAfV CHOICE CIGARS, and 5 doaen OU UU can of Frsh and Spiced Oyster, in store and for sale bv nor. 34, 59-f. " C. DANA SAYRS. Liqatrs ail Flair ! - 1H AVE just received a lot of good Liquor from St. Louis, such s have never beea ia this city before. I have Bourbon from the old eountry, and Common a good a ever waa made, and Brandy rom Spain.' I have also a lot of good Flour on hand, which I will sell a low a can be bought in the dtv. nor.J4,59-tf. 8. L. "JENNINGS. . EDWIN H. GRANT. Attornoy at Law, . FfOTART riTBLIC, AID . REAL. ESTATE AGENT, - OmCE 1 THE COCtT BOCtl, HIAWATHAl BROWN CO KANSAS. Will attend promptly to all business entras ed to him in Brown and th adjoining Countiet .S9,M-ly. ' T r.c.taatvE,Bi. b, , y y(. -j a. .facr 'SHREVEt MACVti r DR UGGISTS, ' TWHITE CLOUD, KANSAS.. ) ( ' XT Dr. Shravc attends to the practice of Ma dieiae aad Sititetw. He atav be iotmd at the tar Store fb. 4, , . JS1 GREAT FAYTLY PAPER. THE GREAT FA V IT.V s-prn JH GREAT FAMILY PAPER. 25 SSSAT FAMILY PAPER. THE GREAT FAMILY PAPER. PROSPECTUS of . THE SHf-YORK LEDGER. v r!i?Biodic'i00 tke popularity of the LEDGER, we need onlv etat il i!nnU r.t ..:,. : . , .. - r ' T r, ,ou " ,ar8 ,r ,nn UUkt ny I Athk lV. V lApa su . f a1 . w. - - - ......j, imtb m um cuuatry. iu rT'l VLl S! C" prietor sec ares the best writer in th Mnnm and snares no expense in getting up the BEST ' i rarttt-t Baser of hiirh non lone. The exalted reputation of it contribu tors, the practical and invariably pure and uwimjcowroaoi au iia articles, the care which is taken that not even one offensive word shall appear in its columns, and the Superiority oi ns i sie ana sseicnes, bar gained for the NEW YORK LEDGER a position that no literary paper has ever before reached. We feel, and always have felt, line the LEDGER attained its immense circulation, that a heavy respousiimiij rena upon us, and bare endear ored to discharge that reeDonaibilitv conscien tiously, feeling confident that ultimately we should receive the thanks of thousands and tens of thousands of families. As to the future, we are at a loss what to say. We prefer to riaroaat rather than to raoaisc What we have heretofore done ia known to our readers ; they know what the LEDGER has been and is bow, and must therefore judge what it will be hereafter. We can only say that among the contributors to the Ledskb are EDWARD ETEHETT, CH AS I.Ed niCKESS, PAl'L MORPHY. Hon. H. J. B VMOWD, GEO. D. F&RKTICE, JOHN G. F AXE. SYI.VAVUS rOBB. '., EMERSON BENNETT, WM. R. WALLACE. CARLOS D. STUART, Cos. W. B. DUNLAP, WM. C. BUT ANT, CEO. P. MORRIS, N. P. WILLIS, ANNA COR A RITCHIE, FANNY PERN. MRS. SOUTH WORTH. MRS. PIGOL'RNE Y, MARION H A R LAND, ALICE OLiRV. EMMfeBMrVN. SALUBa. BRYAN. and many emnient Lawyers, Clergymen, Pro fessors in Colleges, and others, who write for the LEDG E R anonymously ; and that our com plete arrangements are such as the current ex penses of the LEDGER are now and will con stantly be at the rate of over thrte hundred thoutand dollar. FACTS like these carry with them more weight than any comments that could be madtv and comments will therefore be dispense' with. As we have already intimated we shall leave promising to those who intend to expend their force in that way, and content ounelves in doing what we can to make the LEDGER the most interesting and instructive FAMILY PAPER In the world. THE NEW-YORK LEDGER is published every Saturday, and sold at all the news-offices in every city and town throughout the country; and is mailed to subscribers at two dollars per snnum ; two copies sent Tor three dollars. Any Postmaster obtaining eight subscribers at $1.50 each (which is our lowest club rate,) and sending us $12 will be entitled to one copy tree. 1 crms invariably in advance. ITT The postage on the Lidce to any part of the Uuited States, paid quarterly or yearly, in advance, at the ofBce where it is received, is only twenty-six cents a year. Canada subscri bers must each send us twentr-six cents in ad dition to the subscription price of the Ledges, to pav tbe American postage. ET Subscribers must write their addresses, including the name of the place, County, and State in which they reside, in a plain hand, so aa to avoid mistakes. IT No subscriptions are wanted from cities, large villages, or other places where news offi ces are permanent! v established. IT All communications must be addressed, postage paid to ROBERT BONNER, -Proprietor oi the New-York Ledger, No. 43 Ann St., N. Y. T3 13 T S 5 5 3 " M 3 " 3 J o v o c " S3 4 B an S " - d 9 Z - c 5 . owa. B.gg'!-8-ai31F s o n s et ffx c S.2 ? SL 2 mm B m aw 2 S c. 3"-t? n t m a, w c 5 2. 2 -vr 2 W mm a e 5.- rr" - w 5 - 9 -2 -2.5 s H W 3 S 2 's. is? tjc's.23r c" .5. fit If S 2-os 2 B m 9 , S " 2 o. C2 S r: sj 0 mm o a m . rm e 2 e-M S.2,koSS- 9 4 a So mi -8 2 5-Sf ft5 C S aa7 ? For ale by Shrevc k Mtey, Whrte Cloud; Root A Cook, Padonia; Zook A Baldwia, For est Cite; J. E.Barbank, Fall City; Leigh k Rhila. latra PbiiUr I. B WiHv, Hirtlaad: Peter k Nepblea, Or goa; aad by Dealer get' p rr,02 2.T3S.ci-3-5 - - 8J-r- 5 oS3"- - 2 3 i:;,;ri?i? g-2 s - s 5 ?-5 a?S SB . 53 A W 8 2 aa, f2 eS-IS ierOjiS5l-2 a9 uivAsmiihmzl 9waa.AM t jr-i o vS jr5 & arlr - Idea, ia, 3-im. WAR Iff KANSAS!! TI pop! ar wet If hang for Lfcry, or U ar CoMtitaaoa, aad all that sow f tWng.hat - , C. DA'A UTII -t at war with high pries? Tker ar various taorts being circulated throagkeat th Tarrito rr, that White Cloud ha "go p;" hat it is a txed fact that th DiY GOODS AUD G20CEST 8 TO EE of C. DANA SAYRS ha not - goa up," for h haa last retaraed from tn f.aat with a large and well selected awortmeat of heavy domestic oar oods and grocexiis, QVEEXSWARE, HATS AKD CAPS. BOOTS AND SHOES, c. &a' which will be told cheaper thaa the cheaaeat! Alto, a larre assortment of Blankets, which will be sold Vt soil th timet- Cots aad far Toarselvas! Being Steamboat aad Eitrtt Agcat, I will tttaad to all buaiaca in tbal liac. , C. DANA SAYEJ. wp. It, 1859-ftf. T Herskaits ail BaiiTactirera. KIW STOKB AND rTEW OOOD8, At o. 121, 5orti" 8cemd 8trat, Few door abev YUc, ST. LOUIS, MO. .-. KETAI DZP0T. W have la tor aad offer for al oa the most favorable terms, aad at th lowest mark at price, a very large aad complete assortment of Tin Plate, Copper Block Tin, Russia, Galvan- Bed, ana American aheet iron ; Lppper Bottoms, Sheet Zinc, Spelter, Antiraonr, ft?., ftc. TIMNERS'TOOLS A FINDINGS from the best manufacturers in the eountrv, and embracing everv article used in the trade. Al so, a full and 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 AGENT3 for the most celebrated patterns of C00K, FARIAS AND HIiTIHO 8T0Y23, (for both Coal and Wood,) which wa will ssll aWxtroraely low price, and will warrant to giv at good satisfaction a anv stov now in market. W hav a full stock of Hollow Ware, Sa rar Kettles, Oveaa, Ktew Pots, Skillets, Tea KettUt, and all other article in tht line, which we ar offtring at greatly reduced price. W ar th ol and onlv agents of Lud low' Celebrated PatentSclf-Sealing Fruit Can and Jars. Thit article ha been in use more than foar years, and is universally admitted in safety and aonveniene to b entirely without rival. To Tinner w would v w hav th TOPS and BOTTOMS for ALL KINDS OF FRUIT CANS, to upply th trade, aad will make very Bbnral discount. W invite both deiltrt nd manufaotarr to samia oar stock. J. E. CROSS k CO., If a. 134, North Stand Strut, St. Louit, Mo. August II, I859-6m. Health and Happiness Secured ! THE CONCENTR ATED CURE THE CONCKNTRATF.D CURE A POWERFUL REMEDY A POWERFUL REMEDY FOR WEAKNESS FOR WEAKNESS FOR EARLY INDISCRETION FOR EARLY INDISCRETION TRY IT! TRY IT I TRY IT! TRY IT! Young men whoareiutTering from th efTtctt of youthful indiscretion can be ttrtly and pr atansntly restored by uting the Coaaentrated Carta OR . AQUA VITAE! A ttuaedy af 0a ant Certaia Ptr! Thit remedy ia put up in tin all vitla.and can be tent hy mail to any address. A trial will satis fy. Ute it for a week, and you will experience a great benefit. A circular containing full par ticulars, scut (free) oa application. Price per bottle, $1. One bottle will Iatt a month. N. B. This remedy is suitable for either sex Address, K. CRUGER, Medical Agent, 742, Broadway, New York. August II, 1359-1 y. Hark Ye! Ilnrk Ye! STONE MASONRY. THE subscriber, being an experienced Stone Mason, and havine located at White Cloud, taketthil method of informing the public that ha It ready, on the thortett notice, to undertake all iob in hisline.iuehashuildiue Foundation Wall. Arches, and also Cisterns. In all sucn ork he has had much experience, and Batters himself that he can turn outjob Inferior to no other mechanic Jn th Tamtory. Order re respectfully solisltcd. Jane lu, aa.tr. u.t. ivhiifii. ITOTICB ATTACHMENT. ImtJu DMrittCiurff tkt Fir tt Judicial Di$ tritt f Ttrritura, $ittinij wUktm and for pm'.phan County, for tin trial af cute$ criti7 n Jrr mi laws ; lata i crruorf. uw 6r27, 1S59. Jjshut Blanggl vt. Atttehmtnt. Georf Barter. N ON thi day earn the plaintiff. Joshua Blanrp. bv hi attornev. V. D. Markhtm. tnd Sled an affidavit, atatir.g that the defend ant. Georee Barter, could not be served with oroeets in thi Territorv: it I therefore order rd by the Clerk ia vacation, that the defendant be notified, bv publication btinz made in the White Cloud Chief, a weekly newtptper, Pub lished in the Uiwn of White Cloud, in said County and Territory, forsixsneeeesive weeks, of the pendency of this snit, the object of which Is to obtain iudirment for the sum of Three Hundred and Seventv-Five Dollars, and Inter st nd damages, it being the amount due the said plaintiff by the defendant, e-, and that his property has been attached to pay the said turn; and that anlesa Be p:i, answer or ue mar to the plaintiff'! petition filed la this cause withia twentv davt el th last insertion hereof. judgment will be rendered against him, and hi prorterty sola to pay toe same. , . Witness sav hand and the seal oFaald Chart, at oflee, ia the town of Troy, thia 17th day of October, A. D. 1855. ' J A3. R. WHITEHEAD. Clerk. Bv SiwtJSL D. Basisar, D. C. November 3, 1859-8 w. NOTICE OF ATTACHMENT. '. In (ks District Csart tftkt First Judicial Dis trict of Kansas Ttrrilmry, siitina ttitiin mni far Doaipkm County, for the trial af can its arista aaaer tht Iatt of said Tarritarw. Oa fc W37t, 195J. John Bull k Co. 1 vt. I Attachment. John Do tier. ) OX thi day cam th plaintiff's, John Bull A Co., by their attorney, -V. D. Markham, aad flld an affldavit.sUtiac that th defend ant, John Do tier, could not be rvd with a pro-test ia thi Territory ; it i therefore order ed bf tha Clerk ia vacation, that the defendant be nolifled, by publicatioa beitg made ia th K.auea cniar, a weekly aewtpaper, paouabca in the town of White Cloud, ia aid County and Territory, for tit successive weeks, of the pendency or thi suit, th obiect aou general nature of which ia to obtain iadrneat for the nm of Four Hundred Dollar and Sixty Ccat. with Interest thereon from the 10th day of Aa- gust, A.D. 1849, it being the amount of two several judgment aad coat rendered aeainst the defendant ia th County of Holt, aad 3 ute of Miaaoari, Ac, and thai hi property haa been attached to pay th taid tarn; and that anlets ht plead, answer or demur to th plaintiffs pe tition Bled ia thi cause, withia tweaty day ol th laat insertion hereof, iudsment wUI be rea- dered against him, aad hi property told to pay tbe same. . . : ... ' Witness. Jaa. R. Whitehead. Clerk, with the seal of said Court aCxed, at office, at the Court House, in tbe town of .Trov, this 7th day of October, A. D. 1P59. " ' - - ..L J A3. R.' WHITEHEAD,-Clark. 1 . Bv 9awtna D. Basatrn, D. C. Nvibr ., Mi-w nil W. H. VAN DOREN . v I lAKES thit mtthod of informin: '$ casto- J- mert.and the public generally, that he ha removed to the ttand recently occupied by B. F. Ru9her & Co., where be is receiving and opening the largest and cheapest stock of Goods that ha rr bttn brought to thit market, ton tilting of ... Dry - Goods, Groceries, Hattmd Caps, Baota and Shoes, ftTJEESSWAEE, GLASSWARE, ' nAllDWAIlE, TINWAR1, Tokacio, Cifari , FLOUR. BACON. CORN MEAL,, BALT, "V II, I S K E Y , TAR, Tula, Broom, FAsTOY ARTICLES, NOTIONa AC, Of tvtry dtsoription, At Wholetal or ICtull, Which h k dterminJ to J1 tot CJLBH! A LIhU Chtaptr Uan th Chttptttl W. H. VAN DOREN. Wh'ta Cloml, Juno 2, 1859-tf. STEAlr FERRY WHITE1 CLOUD! RUN3 rgularly on th Mitsourl jtJJ River, at the following rate: Jr 2 For crotting a team of 1 pair of horttt or mules, or 1 yok or cattl. and wtgon, loaded or empty, fl.73 Thr yok of cattle tnd wag'oa, 1 25 One horse aud bngey, a0 Saddle horse and rider, 25 Loote hortet, ptr btad, H CaUle, per betd, 10 Hogt and thoep, per bttd, 4 Foot passengers, 10 Northern emigration, from Mitteart, Iowa, Illinois, Wisconsin or Michigtn, either for Cal ifornia or any part of Kansas or Southern Ne braska, will find a miil route to this point, on a State Road from Des 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 tides of the river; tnd on the Ktnsas side, til stretmt and sloughs, to the Nemaha, have free bridges, recently made for the Gov ernment trains from this place to Salt Lake and Utah. We can say to the California emi gration, that they can strike the old California Road witliirr12 miles of this plice. and they will find good grazing for stock within half a mile of the river, and plenty of wood aad water ' on the route lo the Big Bine, only 80 milt's from here: and they will find this road over 40 miles shorter than the road from St. Joseph, and over 60 miles shorter than th t from Leavenworth. We refer persons to the map, in proof of this ststemeut; and we only ask emigrants and tra vellers te try this route, and we pledge our selves to pass them over the river free, on their return, if they arc not satiaSed of the foregoing farts. White Cloud has three or four good stores and trading houses; two first-class Hotels; lumber is only $15 per 1,000 feet; the country is rapidly filling up; and there is as good a farming region, extending for over 50 miles back of the river, as can be found in any part of Kansas. JIOORE3 k TATLOR June 9, 53-1 y. J. C SCOTT, Attorney at Lnr k Land Asent, SENECA, NEMAHA CO., KANSAS. SPECIAL attention paid to the Collection of Claim in Nemaha, Marshall and Brown Countit. REFERENCES: BttLta k WiLLiaat, Whit Cloud, Kaasaa. V. D. Maaraaa. Jaats CaaaiLL k Co.. St. Joseph, Mo Hoi. StuatL R. Cvbtts, Keokuk. lows. E. B. Hlc, Bsnker, Cleveland, Ohia. Hoi. DaiiiL R. TiLnei, " Muii. Gill k Co.. Chicazo. Illinoit. R. V. Toaarr, Dist. Cl'k, Nemaha Co., K.T. July 14, 53-1 y. SAMUEL L. JENNINGS, (Vneeaasor to C. F. Jenningt ax Bro.,) Forwarding and Commission Merchant, WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS, TTAS purchased the entire interest of the --- Arm ore. r. Jennings az Krother, and will constantly keep on hand, tt the old ttand, fresh tupphei of EDry (Roods! HASSWAES, aiTZZSSWAEE, Clothin?, Tlats and Caps, - Boota and Slices, SADDLERY, rilRTS A If b OILS, . ' DOORS AND SASH, , - rateat JlediclBes, Dn;j, Ac, Ac, Whioh h 1 offering at th lwt rate, for 7analS.ISU-tr. .' . . , V SAMUEL LAPPIN, Land and General Agent, SENECA. NSMAHA CQ, KANSAS, WILL promptly attend to investiny Money, aaviar Taxaa, loeatiac and tellinr Land Warranta. buvinr and ellint Land, and mak ing Collection ia Northern Can aad South ern Nebraska. OSc oa Main Strec. . l KEPERENCES:"" ' V, D. Miuiu, White Cloud, Canaaaa , . Tt- A. PoLrr, Iowa Point, ." . , A. C- WiLoaa, Leavenworth,. . . y 'Gilscst k STaaTTOB, Kickapoe, " 'Pait,ur k Donas, , " . . . P. L. Hooetis, , .. . , ,R. Dbttoi. Uiawatha, . , .,"..- Lisrsi k Boro, St. Joseph. Mo. Osias BaiLCV, Bloomfield, Edjrar Co.. EL . R. J. Garusa, Iflilimapolia, lad. - ... -jane 30, 59-Ij. i - - , ' ' LOVr9f TtOWSJ , f. r.i ! HAVING received an ajreaey i",, Ystaa from the maaufacturer, J amprspreU to funusbtairia Plow of all tiies. double and kor'c ateel 6hovel Plow, ILtrrows, and Culti vators sheap for Cash. - ' - W. H. VAN DOREN. Wbifa CW.Jafne M, S8-tf Cheaper than Erer! STEAM SAW MILL . Hn Fcili Blast! rpHE underlined, prorwietor of th White -L Cloud Steam Saw Mill, take pleasure announcing to the publie, that their mill is In th. ,, k. j ..H th. h.r. commenced operation for the season. Thev are prepared lodo.awiogofeveryk-nd.nd description, en t.i r.,. ...J .k . Tfc.. .ni cotstantly keep oa hand ALL KIND3 OF LUMBER! which thef will eel! a little cheaper ha caa be had tnvw'utr else, for Cash, or to good mt un thert tiro. - Thsy hav alta an axeelleat Lath Mill, and ar prepared at all time t fur aish LATHS in any quantify, at low rate. - Giv ate call, and satisfy yoartelves that w aa do jest what w sy. WM. MAUCK iONS. Whit Cload, March 17. 1'50-tf. W. G. SARGENT, Attorney find Coaasellor at Lar. NOTARY TCDLIC. Aad Commiationrr for Main, VTasta eausetts, .New York, Kentaskr, and Missouri. BROWN COUNTY. KANSAI. ETPost OSes AdJrees flamru, Hiawa'.hs. or Padonia, B.-owu Couutv, Kansas. Xt feb. 3, 59-ly. CITY HOTEL WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS. JOHN II. ITT, I I I PROmiETO. THIS HOUSE, which hi ja.t bttn completed, it oa of th I arrest aad finest in the West. It is now opto to the sub lis, tnd will be kept in a ttyl equal to th hett Hotel. Kvtrv department will be eoadocted in such a wtv tt to afford th great ataoaat ofeomfort to those stopping at the tloaie. ras TABLS Will at til time b tunplitd with th very bast that the market affords, bota or tae at strict and the delicaciet of life. tex BLEZpnra apastkzvt Are roomy and well ventilated, aad th bad ding will alwav b found in rood oaditia. 'ratAiflaf . Issupplisd with variety of Liqar,Clg(is, Fruits, etc., of a choice quality. There are likewise pood Sttbling aad Fted for Horses, and a ompetent pertoa to ttke charge of them. The lliuse caa aeeommodate a large aamber of person, and the utmost attentioa will ever be riven to the want! of the public. ' April 21, lg59-tf. "TrWardY Telegraph Tonic! - rOR FETER aSd AGTE, WHICH never fails to care! Warranted,! if taken according to dirrttioat, to effttt j . , HIT". . 11 J-l V.'l ILUJI !. II p,lUUVV m ...V 11. UU 1 eertifiestes to thn who with to lee them, but 1 doe not think it neeessarv to diipitv i'neas , ax the medicine will recommend itteir, ir given a trial. Try it once, and tatisfy yoarel f. Warranted nerfectlv Vegetable and harmlest. For sale by Shreve" k Maey, White Cload; and bv Dealers evervwhere. All orders mutt be addressed to W. W. WARD, Mtniion House, Leavenworth Citv, Kai.sis General Asentfor Kastas, Nebratka, tnd the Wester States. jaly ai,9-3ai MP0RTAHT FACTS FOR EAST WARD BOTOD TRAVELLERS ! Read and Preserve for Tatar Refer ence!! TJnparaHalled 8ped and Coa'ort from the Fron tier to th 8t Short t Inauguration af a Ifew F.ra in ths History af Kansas and Kebrnska. Chicago, Burlington k Qulncy R. R. Oi aio ama adocst 17, 1S.9, TisvrxLtti raoa WEtrcti aitsouat, aaitss and sieitit a, can start from Sr. Josren at 6 A. Ma Arrive at Q iinov at7.00 r. tt.,iam day. . Cliicajo, " Detroit, Toledo, - ClevelaaJ, tT.la a.a.ntit at JO t. a). - - at 4 11 . - " " t46r. a. " at9.25.tj.9nd - Pittshnr;, Sosnention Bcidre, tt 4.00 a. s FulTMo, t 4 45 a. a. Philadtlphit. t5.1fl r. at. " New Tork, at 9.10 p. at. - w B tton, at Midnight Time Tbronrh front fit. Joseph to New York 01 1-3 TIonr. Time Through firm St. Joseph to Bottom 68 Hours, inrlndins all stops. TSo Rout 9 exsspt rla Qntnar .nl ClI- es3 can maxa tms tins I From Quiniy Eflimrd. SIttpimf Cart on all Xtjht Trai'ni. Tickets vit this Rout fir Sal at all th oil!. and on the Boats of the Hannibal and St. Joseph Rail Road. Purchase Tlirouitfi Tick?! til Sstc Money ! B Sura and gat Txlfts at Ctitaja and afa RoHtti! SAM'L POWELL. OenT Ticket A rent. . C. G. HAMMOND. Oenl Superintend D. 9. Lovuor, A't, St. Joarph, tept.1, 59-3 m. Brute's Revr Trk TTA3 now on hand aa li Tjpe-FHn4ry, imcost stock of . Fny Type, Oarmta Type, Roman Tvpe, Copperplate Script, Music Type, , Chess and Checker Type, Bratt and Metal Relet, - t)mamala, Borden, Lead. Brass snd Electro. Cireltsaad Ellipse. Lsbyr Saving Role. ..... Cornet (taad, - Metal Fumltora, ee. " The tvpet are all cast by aUei nowtr fmm the htrl metal perulisr f, thit Toandrv. The unequalled rapidity in the proeeta of caetint enable me te sell th' mora durable tynea at the lowest prices of ordinary type,-ithr fer cash r credit. ;'t,i- r: esse. Wood Type, Ink. Caies, "ticks. cto.. Turnlshed St the manafartnrer's lowest pricea. A specimen pamphlet of Fonts of Letter only, and prices, mailed to printing nffleei.on thf re eercion of seven cenu, to pre-pay the postage. printers of Newspapers who choose to piWish this advertisement, including thi note,' Thre time bet ire the 1st dtv of Aujrnst, lM.And forward n owe af the pipers, wiH be allcwcd their balls, at the time- ( tntkin; a rnwebta from m of lr time lb amount of my stanae facture. -' - " Addrea V tOROE BROC. 19, C4aaabataltett,New Tvsa). Jsne9.lo9. Iw. !a?ortait to rarsert! METROPOLIS FLOUR MTLlfl, LEATENWORTH, KANSAS. ' " 'vhE proprietors of these Mills are bow re-. L dv to receive the new crop of Wheat', and I 5??'r?iip,rt!fu,r'y th ufB,io FARMERS to the Importance of threshing., cleaning and getting their wheat to market at the earnest possible time, to avoid damage aad loss by letting it remain In the Held till tbe Fall rains come on. Thresh vonr wheat at the same time of reaping, if possttAer fcrinz it in. we will tstnr it free of earr till rasa whsh a mast. 4 xoarwiu nere nna sale tor all yofmsthaat at tha hi chest market price? or you' can exchange it for flour oo the most favorable term. Give a rood, clean wheat, aad wa will rive yea tha best dear ever offered ia-this marked EARLR k HUNTING. Leavenworth-, Jao 9sa'vo9-tf POLITICAL WORK. v.-5, " i . y ioot arraoa. - , n - OLUSKET'S:: ! Folitltml Ttxt-Book or Xfleylpdla i(BIM..W. CLUSKET I C. 8. lloua Repretea tali vet. It contai tmosg other thit;, ' Th vtriout Partv PitUorm. -The Ameneaa RitI. -1 ' Kama Lecislatioa of Congrea. -Governor! Getry, Siaatoa aad Wslkev'e Ia- aoptral Addraatea SevrGra, Dulas,tndCol!t tier's, tad Metsra. Stehent and other Reriort oa Ktnaaa. iat ; l tit oattnal portion of th Kaaaaa- Nebraska . Leeirapton, Topeka and Latveaworth Caa- . ,t'''' .. i . . T,h' 't'.sd... afjntgomtry. 8 -tttt aad f -Vot th Hoi. (ItdeeJ, evervihinr eteential anpertaTrr'nf lo the timt, iuc'ajing Pretideot Pierce's Sp.iiwl Mettre.) Dred Seott ett. Constitution of the U.iitd Suled- Article of Confederation. Washington' Far-wcll Addres. OrUinanee or 1784 and 1787. Virginia and Keututkv Rcaolutioa of 179S nd 179!1. . Mr. Clay' report in fsvorof a distrihuttoa of the Public Lin Is, and able document agaiatt it, with a full r.rory of the same. President Pierce' Veto of th Indigent Ia ne Land Bill. - Address of Mr. F v.lkner on the lubjeet. A history of Railroad Grant by Cocgrcta. with the votes thereon. Prerii Jent Pierce'a Messsje vttoiog th River nd Harbor bill. T'.e Scli'vd Land bill ni'vote tbtrtoa. CIyt.-n-B'i!wer Treaty. Extracts from tpecche fir and agaiatt Sla very. Ixtncts f. -rn steehesof aoted RtpuUIeac an I Ah itttii-uit. Mr. Too-nSs B iston Letur oo Slavery. Messrs. Fremont and Bjc'aa:ia's Latter of Accentaucrs M-rs. BuehMian nd Wi'.litmt Letter oa the Biririin and Intrigue Charge. Mr C ilhoun't Fort BUI AdJrs. PreVid.'tit Jackson' Proclamatioa agaiatt Multification. Mavtvil.'e Rjsd Veto. A History of Psrty Convention. . - Report of Mr. Davis, of South Carolina, oa the P.ilitieal Power of the Supreme Court. . Mr. Buchanaa' Minority Rtpora the (am ubiect. Gov. Wit tnd Mr. Caruther't letter agaiatt th American organisation, and th Hon. A. H. Stuart 't letter, ignd "Madiaon," defending it. Kenneth Ravner'a Speech at Philadelphia, ia November, 1858, and ia North Carolina in 1833. A history of, with the votec oa, th varieu tariffs. A bistort ofth Uuittd State leak aad Ab olition Petition. Mr. Fillmore' A!kaiy Speech and Sri and Carle Letter. History of the Annexation of Texas. Opinions of public mea oa th Power of Caa fre over the Territories. The Nicholson Letter. Nishville Convention and Osorgia Platform. Missouri Compromise, with vtrj vet tar on. seetionally elttsified. Comproiniie Measure of 13SX C'svton Compromise. Wifmot Prrrviko. . , Tbe expenditure of th Government, with the best speeches on both aide of th present rout- win reiervnce to ine ssme. With many other tUitgt too aaarou to mention. Erery fil.jtct is fully treated, and every vat ! in Congresi. on ny tuhiect having a political sipninciition, is civtn. There is not a single political qaeatiaa apaa which tbia book does not fully post the speaker. It has received the commendation af tha en tire political press of the Uuited States and ot the Statesmen of the eountry. It is used in nearly all the discussion ia Con crete it a book of reads reference. Thit book post up the tpeaker oa tha Xea- sts and other qnestions. TERMS: Sinyle Cyy. T!rtt DMan; Clvb of Six, Fiflttn Dollar t. The shove terms include the postage. Liberal deductitna to the trade, an I a fair allowance to persons who interest themttlvet ia obtaiulaf tubscribcrt. Address JAS. B. SMITH k CeV. No. (10, Chestnat street. Philadelphia. (From the Watkiagtoa Union.) 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Th price. 91,00, bramarkablv )ow for well a work, and in order that it may bar a rapid and esjtntsivs circulation, he trill Bead tt to ny address, tecomrjanied with a valuable Gift, on the reciept of tbe price tnd twenty fiv cents to pay potttge. " .Mr. Kulitoa Will send free, on application hi and Gifts, eonuinlng -all Infbrmatloa- rtUtlva a,, establishment of A-euciea ia tha Gift new enlarged ami revised Catalogue or Book Book basmess. Address ' - - DCANE RfJtTSOTi,,rr quaaer ynj t utiiiitiuig. Uooac, 33, South Third Slreet.J'kiladaJphia.Pa. at : i a FUSaiidKi:; rrWE mrbet offer' for aaTe?' on :tTheraf ' -- terms, sererat ehoiee tract of timbered nni prairie lands, located near Whit Cload.' The timbered tract will be divided to ait pur- eh.r' v- D. MARKHAM White Cltrad pt. 93, 9Btf. .