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' CLUSKET'B Politisal Ttct-Book or Bniytlywli BT M. W. CLUSKET, PoftmaaUr Eoom IUprenU4iv, D. 8. It nain among ethr things, Th various Prty Platforms. Th American Ritaal. Ksaas Legislation ef Confr- Gvernor Gary, Staato aad Walk' Ir wnnl Addrmsi Seaater Grssa, Douglas, and Coilamer', aad Mrttrs. Stephen tod other Report oa Ksase. The aaaterial portion f the Kaaaaa- Nebraska .Bill. Leeemploo, Topeke aad LvavartR Cb- titatieaa. Tba Crittoadea, Menaroaiery, laaala aad English Bill. Vote oa tba mb in eeh Hoas. (Indeed. everything aaaential eppertaiaiag to the sen, includinj Prcaidat riaraa'a Special Message.) Dred Scott ease. Constitutioa of the United Slate. Article of Confederation. Washington' Farewell Addreae. Ordinance of 1784 and 17S7. Virginia and Kentucky Resolution of 1798 ana nn3. Mr. Clay' report in favorof a dietribulion of the Public Lands, and able document against it, with a full history of tba tame. President Pierce's Veto of the Indigent In - eans Land Bill. Address of Mr. Faulkner on th subject. A history of Railroad Grant by Congr, with the vote thereon. - President Fierce' Messag vetoing th Rirer and Harbor bill. Th School Land bill and vote thereon. Clayton-Bulwer Treaty. Extract from speeches for and against Sla very. Extract from speeches of noted Republican and Abolitionists. Mr. Toombs Boston Lecture on Slavery. Messrs. Fremont and Buchanan' Latter of Acceptance. Messrs. Buchanan and Williams' Letters on th Bargain and Intrigue Charge. Mr. Calhoun's Fort Bill Address. President Jackson' Proclamation against f allification. Maysvill Road Veto. A History of Party Convention. Report of Mr. Davis, of South Carolina, oa the Political Power of th Supreme Court. - - Mr. Buchanaa'e Minority Report on th aaae abject. " ' Gov. Wis and Mr. Carnther'i letters against th American organization, and th Hon. A. H. Stuart's letters, signed "Madison," defending it. Kenneth Kavner s Speech at rhilidelphia, la November, 185, and in North Carolina in 1833 A history of. with tba vojea on, th various tariffs. A history or the United States Beak aad Ab olition Petitions. Mr. Fillmore's Albany Sseeeh and Erie aad Gayla Letter. - History of th Annexation of Texas. Opinion of public men on th Power of Con gress over the Territories. The Nicholson Letter. Nashville Convention and Oeorgi Platform. Missouri Compromise, with every vol there a, sectional ly classified. Compromise Measure of 180. Clayton Compromi. Wilmot Proviso. The expenditures of the Government, with the best speeches on both side of th present issue with reference to the same. With many other things too numerous ta mention. ' Every subject is fully treated, and every vote in Congress, on any subject having a political eigtiincation, is given. There is not a single political question apoa which this book does not fullv post th speaker. . U . imi.WII MfIU1UH,MVH VI IU, W II tire political press of the United State aad oi tba Statesmen of the country. It is used in near'y all the discussions ia Con gress a a book of ready reference. 1 hi book posts up lb speaker oa th Kaa and other question. TERMS : Singl Copy. Thrt Dollar; Club of Su, rotten, Dollar. The above term inelude the posts re. Liberal deductions to the trade, and a fair allowance to persons who interest themselves in obtaining uoecnDsrs. Aoaress - JAS. B. SMITH k CO., No. 110, Chestnut street. Philadelphia. (From the Washiagtoa Union.) ThaPolitical Taxt-Book or encyclopedia. To th politician, the editor, and all who de sire information on the leading party measure and topics or th times, this book will be round one of the greatest convenience and value. The author ha performed hi task with decided Judgment and ability, and we trust that ha will meet with a corresponding ressaaeration for his M4wr Th National Intlligener published a eoa plimentary sndorsement of it. (Frem the N. Y. Daily New.) Clmkty't PelUistU Text Book or Enty- uopedm. ' - It will prove th most important political aeds mreum ever presented to the American people. This work i gotten up in Alphabetical order, . and contains th substance, or the whole text. , ef every great question now agitating, or which , t likely for a'toug time to com, to agitate th Ration. aep. 17, . A HIST0EY0F ALL REU0I0HS. Coataialae; a Statement of the Origin, Developmeat, Doctrine and Govera- , - waeataftha Religions Denomiaatioas . - t aropa aad the United SUte. With Biographical Sketch of Eminent Di vine, by Samuel M.'Smucker, L. L. D. Pub lshd by Dsane Ruliaon, QuakerCitv publishing .Honse, S3, South Third Street, Philadelphia. . The objct of Religion and the Doctrines of sects must always have an absorbing interest for the thoughtful observer, and a work which affords th desired information, in a convenient and accessible form, at a moderate price, has besa argently demanded, and will be Bought tor with avidity, and must command a larg al., Ia the present work, the origin, development, doctrinal belief, Church Government and pe euliariues of over eighty different religious aecta, are treated in a style clear, compendious ad accurate, and will afford all the information jWhich might be procured with great difficulty and axpaosa.and much labor and research from the larger polemical works and enevelopadiaa. .- Dr. Saucker ha evidently prepared thia work with much care, and it exhibit great ability and learning. .Th article on the different re ligion ar very impartially written, and show th careful study of an unprejudiced and sound aaind aad the importaaee and value cannot be too hiehlv estimated aF sack nnsriiw aim! n. triad effort ta a work of this kind, a too of ten, those pretending to give correct informa tion ao, on sack subjects are prejudiced ia favor of aom particular sect or denominations. 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Be it erdalaed by tk Ms sot sad CouacilmeB of th City of White Cloi Tt at the first stated meeting of th City Cntfjcsl ia each year after the Breeent, it shall fc th duty of th Cosncil by aad with the advice aad coasent of th Mayor, to appoint a eompeUat person as Assessor, who shall bars resided ia th city at least three month prior to hi ap pointment, sod tba persoa so appointed, shall, before he enter apoa th datiea of his oalee, give bond to tba city ia the ef Three Haa dred Dollar, with two-secarities, te be approv ed by the Mayor, eoaditioaed fer tha faitafal discbarge of his datiee. Sec. 2. Th said Assessor, befer Bterlag on th duties of hi office, shall take and ue eribe an oath, faithfally te discharge hi re pectiv duties to th best of hi kaewedge and ability. - See. 3. Th Asssssr shall eater apea Rhs r .1 . u ob the first Monday ef Mv, ta each year, aad shall make sack preparations aawill enable him to assess tbs propertv within the limits ef the whole city repairing and eorreetiag the plat of th city, and arocunag from th Count Recor der, an abstract ef all conveyance of record, madewitbia the city during the preceding yar. and changiag the plat of the eity toeerreepaad with such eonveysnee. 6 re. 4. On the firttof Mav. ia ab var, th City Register (ball deliver te the Assessor, th atire preceding assessment-list ef the eisy, which list shall be retaraed to th Register with in two month. , . Sec. t. Th Assessor shall, aa th second Mondav of May. saceeeding his appoiatmeat. proeeM to cxamiaa aad all properly within th city, subject to taxation, at its cash value, to b determined by the assessor, and shall mk oat asaitabl book, which hall coa- taia a list of all ach property, and of peraoa chargeable with a poll tax, descnbine ia sepa rate columns toe kind of property, and where the same is real tate, giving 'th quantity. mete ana oounas, ana th valu or the ground with the improvement oa th same, if bosh ar owned bv th earn parsos. and when real estate is leased or rented, the owner thereof I aathortxed to list it with tha Asssssor ia pro portion as it Is leased or rented. Sec. 6. Said liatshall bs madssutby Blocks, according to their numerical-order oa th eity map, in the City Register's oSs. and saeh oth er designation made as will enable th Colls. tor readily to find the persona who pay tax. Sec. 7. And the Assessor is authorised t demand of any person owning or having charge of any taxable property, as agent, guardian, ae ia any other fiduciary character, a list of auah propertv, with each description as will enable him to list and assess the same; aad shall hav power, and i required, when aot satisfied with said list, to examine the party aaderoath leash ing the same. Sec. 8. If aay persoa rfhe te list th prop erty as aforesaid, or to testify ander oath as re quired concerning the property belonriag te them or under their charg ; or to deliver a correct description of their property at the ef fice of the Assessor, within ten day after susk demand h.'l hav been made; or wilfully omil any property required to b listed from the list furnished by them, the whole property belong ing to, or ander tha charge of such person, shall be assessed at tha market valae pal apea it by the Assessor. Sec. 9. If the Assessor led propertv wlthls the city limits, th owner of which is ankaowa, after using due diligence to ascertain the sam, and failing to do so, he shall mark the property a that of an owner unknown. Sec. 10. ThAeor hall as all th mesas to discover any taxable propertv which ha al bee ". assessed in any previous year, and the same shall be assessed for esch year in which it has been emitted, and tha Assessor shall aete Ik same upon hi assessment list. Sec. 1 1. It skill be the duty of th Assessor to make return to the City Regiitcr, on or before he first day of August, in each year, of th aa sesament of all the propertv within the city. Sec. 12. The Assessor, for th present "year, shall enter immediately upon the discharge of hi duties, and make return by the 15ih day of Jul next. Sec. 13. Aav error la th assessment of or. perty may be corrected hy the Keriater. by aad with the consent or the Mavor: the party so er roneously assessed, filing an sBidsvit with the City Register, statiag the facts and psrtiealar ia addition to each erroneous assessment. seo. 14. Upon the receipt of the assess mesl list as aforesaid, the City Register shall notify the Mtyor and the members of the Council, whs shall thereupon hold a meeting to hear and d termiue all appeals from the assessment, and I correct all errors that may be found ia the list, and ten days' public notice shall be given by the Myr, of the tim and plaa of mting foe hearing sncb appeals. Seo. 15. The Assessor shall attend the Bond during their sitting as a court of appeals, ana furnish any information ia hi power ia relation to th property ia any assessment from which here may be aa appeal, and shall correct the plats of the cit v connected with the assessment. and also in the Citv Register's office. He shall alto, when required by the City Council, mske out a list or all real estate which may be in a rears with the city for taxe. and IT neeeasarv, ascertain the owners, and do and net form tuck other duties connected with his off) as tha City Council may direct. Sec.- 1 6. All persons who eondder themselves aggrieved by the assessment of property may apiieal to the said court of appeals : every sp peal shall be in writing.and state specifically the grounds of appeal, and the matter or thing complained of; and no matter unless so stated shall b considered by the court. Se. 17. The Court of appeal shall hear aad determine in a summary way all appeals, and correct any errors they mav discover in the as sessment lists, and may increase or lessen any assessment a they mav see fit. Whea the Board, sitting as a court, shall have corrected and adjusted the list, th Mavor shall certify th ss me, and deliver the ssms so rtiSd te lb City Register. Sec. 18. Whea the said list has been e e- eeived, th Register shall raa oat the cam aad enter ia an appropriate column the amount ot tax due from eaeh person ; he shall, as soon thereafter a possible, make out a plain enpy thereof, authenticated by the seal of tb citv. or antil a city seal it provided, by a scroll, and deliver th sam to th Collector, and take hi receipt for the aggregate amount thereof, aod aharga the sam to him. Sec. 19. Anv errors in th xtn(toa ef list which mav at anv time be discovered, mav be corrected by th Register, cither before after tbe pavment or the erroneoa amount. Se. 20. It shall be the dutv of the Collet to report to the Register all ehaagc of owner ship in real etate which may come to hi knowledge during the time he ia collecting the real estate taxe ; and thereupon the City Reg ister shall correct the plat of the city, connec ted with the assessment, aceordinelv. Sec. 21. The Assessor shall hold hi oflae for one yar, or until otherwise provided bv the Council, or aniens sooner removed by the May or, by aad with the advice and consent of the City Council, for good eaase shown. See. 23. The Assessor shall receive aa pay for his ervic two dollars and fifty ecu pes day for ever? day aetuallv encased In the dia charge of hi dati, and at the aa rate km Fractional dav. Aspreved May 19th, lUsV H.- P. MACY, Vsaag. '' Attest W. K. Taw Dorsw, awaa jaiy ?. is-?. A Ordiaaaeo la Relattea ta) City Priatiag. Sr. mow 1. B it ordained bv the Ms far seal Ceaneilmeaof the City of White Cload, That the City Register hall contrast for pabliabiag tae citv ordinances, ana ror ibcr other pnatin as tbe City Council by aad with the advise aad consent or the Mayor may direct, bat that ae contract shall be binding antil the aame ha been auDmitted to the Mayor aad Coaaeil, aad ia approved by then. See. 2. That all ordinance ef a general Be ta re, shall be published, either by having the am inserted in aom paper pablished. ia the city, or by postiag th said ordinances at Ira at the aroat public place in th city limits. Approved May I9th. 1 859. H. P. MACY. Mara awm-w. n. Test Dtsjaue, , MllorB . - 7 t Sasrrvoa 1. Be it ordained bv liayoraod CoRDcilmea ef the City White Clead. That any aamber of peraoa who kail " Uu city aascmbl together, or intent oa being assembled, hall agree to do aay aaUsrfol act, with force and violence against tbe property of thi city, or th persoa or propertv of another, or the peace, or to the terror or others, and shall make any preparaticn therefor, shall be deemed guilty or a misdemeanor. Seo. 2. Whoever ahail ia thi eity wilfully disturb the peace of other by violent or offen sirs conduct, or by load and unusual noises, or bv indecent, profane, or obscene language, eel ciliated to disturb the peace, or by assaulting, striking or fighting another, or whoever shall permit aav such eoeduct ia or about any house or premises owned or possessed by him, or un der his management or control, so that other in the neighborhood are, or may. be disturbed thereby, shall be deemed guilty of a misde meanor. Sec. 3. Whoever hall do or perform manual labor on the Sabbath, except in the necessary household and domestic concerns, and other causes of anavoidablo necessity, shall be deem ed gniltv of a misdemeanor. Sec. 4. Whoever shall distarb any congrega tion or assembly met together for religious wor ship, bv aofse or bv reda or indecent behavior or profane talk, a'haJl be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor. S ; t ' - Sec. 5. Whoever aball disturb spy lawful aa cmblag of people by rude and indecent beha vlor. shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor. Sec. 6. Whoever shall raise a fle cry of fire in this city, shall be deemed guilty of a mude meanor. - Sec 7. Whoever shall in this eity be found in a state of intoxication on any street, thor oughfarever public place, shall be deemed guil ty of a misdemeanor. Sec. 8. Whoever shall In thia eity appear in a state of nudity, or In a dress not appropriate to hi or her sex. or in anv indecent or levd n n.s or ; h-; dress, or shall make indecent exposure of hi or her person, or be in It of any iudecvnl or lewd act oTbehavior; oPshall exhibit, .ell. or offer to sell or exhibit, any indecent, lewd, or Jiawdy book, picture, painting, sUtu.rv.orother thing; or exhibit, or perform an indecent, immoral. exniDll, or uenunn an muwcmi. inmvi i, r ,ewi,nt:dcXnoertion' 45,411 be SEV WhVeverS ou7unday.se,.. or of- or deemed fer to sell, anv wares or merchandise, or wines or beer or fermented or distilled liquors, or shall on that day, keep hi store, shop, or place of business open, shall be deemed guilty of a Blis demeauor. Sec 10. Whoever shall in this eity, set up. r aVvTCIs Ball w KRUIVIIU IUIIC "a Ksasus ' t -hirh .nv Mmeof chance or haxard shall be played for money or property, or ibmg ot value anything representing money, property or fllne. or shall at any such table or device, bet. win, or lose, any money or property, or thing of value, or anything representing money or prop erty, or shall Buffer any such t-ible or device, at which any game of chance is played, to be set up or need in any tenemeut in his possession, or under bis control, shall be. deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and shall forfeit for every such offence, not less than one, nor more than one hundred dollars; and it shall be the duty of the Mavor, on receiving salUfactorv information of any such table or device being set up or used, to issue his warrant to the City Marshal, com manding him to destroy the same as a nuisance. Sec. 11. Whoever shall in any saloon, hotel, beer-house, or other drink ing-house, or in any other public house, bet, win, or lose any money, property or thing of value, or any representation of money, property, or thing of value, shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor. Sec. 12. Whoever shall in thi city rid or drive any horse or other beast, on a street, or other public place, faster than, or beyond a mod erate gait, except in case of urgent neces-ity; or shall ride or drive any such animal so a to cause such animal or vehicle thereto attached, to come in collision with, or strike any otbi r orject, or any person, or shall leave any such animal standing in any public place without be ing fastened, or shall turn any animal loose in any such thoroughfare; or shall inhumanly, or unnecessarily bent, injure, or otherwise sbu-w any dumb animal ; orshtll cruelly overload any beast of burden, orother animal, shall be deem ed euilty of a misdemeanor. Sec. 13. In all etsesof meeting esch other in vehicles, on beast back or walking, in any highway or thoronshfare. Or on any side-wa'k in thi city, each person so meeting shall turn and go to the right, so as to enable such vehicle or persons to pa ech other without accident or difficulty. Anv person ri dating this section, shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor. Any person convicted of any misdrmoanor in lliis act, shall be fined not less than one dollar, nor more than fifty dollars. Sec. 14. Whoever shall in this city, nse any sport or exercise calculated to frighten horses, injure pt-wengers. or embarrass the passnse of vehicles, shall be deemed guilty of a misde mexnor Sec. 15. Whoever shall npon. or near any public street or thoroughfare ;n this city, dis- chsrge any are arnu, shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor. sec. Ib. Whoever shall nde or dnre any horse oranim il, on anv bridge ;n thi? city, f.igter than on a walk, shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor. Approved May 19th. IR59. H. F. MACY, Mayor. Attest W. H. Vas Doses. july 14,1859-3w. Aa Ordiaance Prescribing the Datiea of the Marshal. Sectiom 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and Conncilmen of the City of White Cloud, Il f hall be the duty of the Marshal before he en ters upon th discharge of his duties to take an oath for the faithful performance of the same, and to enter into bond with not less than two cood securities, to be approved by the Mayor, conditioned to psy overall monies which may come into hi hands from taxes, liccuses and other sources as prescribed by tbe city ordi nances. Sxc. 2. The Marshal shall attend the ses sions of the City Council, and execute all orders of the Board of Councilmen, to him directed; provide fire, lights, and other necessary articles therefor; and keep regular account or ali ex penditure by him, for the aame; and make quarterly reports thereof, to the City Register. Sec 3. It shall be tbe duty of the Marshal, to execute all writs, and processes to him direc ted, by the Mavor or any Justice ef the Peace, or any other Judicial officer; and retura tbe same according to tha commands of such writ and processes, within the limits of the citv. Sec 4. The City Marshal shall by virtue of his office, be captain of the city police; and all policemen appointed under the provisions of the citv ordinance shall be in subordination to th Marshal. Approved July 2, 1 859. H. F. MACY, Mavor. Attest W. H. Vas Dober, Register. July 28, 1859-3W. .. SidoWatka. Be it ordained by the Mayor aod Councilman of the City of White Cloud. - 1st. That the Proprietors or the lot on Main Street, between Second Street and the Levee, on the west side of Main Street, and between Second and First Street, on th east side of the said street, be, and are h reb - required to make a good and substantial s da- ralk in front of said lots; each proprietor bunding the side- alk in front of his lot or lots; said walk to be nine feet wide, and made of Burr Oak, Brick, or Stone; that said work be completed bv the first day of October, 1359; and if not so com pleted by said time, that the aame be done at the expense of said proprietors. . , 2d. Bemlved, That the City Engineer be em powered, and is hereby authorised to carry into effect the first section of this ordinance. 3d. Itemized, That the City Engineer be re quired to establish tbe grade oa M ua Street, from the Bridge across the Ravine to the Le vee. . H F. MACY, Mayor. Attest J. F. Swabxt. Register. . White Cloud, August 8, 1859. . , ; al.83w. ' I sb previa Maia Street, . Be it ordained by the Mayor aad Councilmen ef the City of White Clood. Thstaa appropriation of Forty Dollar ($49) be and ia hereby made from the city r venae, to improve Maia Street, between Levee and Sixth Street. H. F. MACY. Mara. Attest . J-F-Ssraava, Riaalii. W. Clewd. K. T.. Awfwet IBM. Aa Ordinance lUsajlattee; Draw- hope, Ber II eases, aad SeJaoaa 8 ten oa 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor aad CoaneUmea ef the Citv of White Cloud, That ao persoa or person shall, within the limit of thi eity, directly or indirectly, in person, w oy another, sell, barter, or deliver, for, or on, bis, her, or their account, any intoxicating or fer men led liquors, beer, ale, wine, or eider, in less quantities than one quart, without a license first obtained according to the provisions of thi or dinance, as a keeper of a dram-shop, bear-house, or saloon. Sec 2. A dram-shop keeper, beer-house keener, or salooa keeper.ahall make application ft license to carry on his, her, orthrir business, and before any such license shall be granted, the person applying therefor, shall give bond paya ble to the city of White Cloud, in the sum of two hundred and fifty dollars, with securities to be approved by the Mayor conditioned, that the person obtaining such license, will, during the term for which he is so licensed keep a quiet and orderly house, and not suffer or permit un lawful gaming or betting therein, or in any out building, or elsewhere on the premises in nis possession, or under bis control; and that he will conform to the pr visions of this ordinance, and pay to th Oil lector every dram-sbwp keeper, and saloon keeper, the sum of ten dol lars, and every beer bouse keeper, the sum of five dollars and produce to the Register his receipt fir the same, together with hi bond properlv approved by the M lyor, snd npon pay men! of a Register's fee of one dollar, for the bond and license, it shall be the duty of the Register to deliver o the said applicant a li cense to continue in force for th period of six months, and file ia his office the bond of the person so licensed. Sec. 3. If any licensed keeper of a dram shop, saloon, or beer honse, shall sell, give, bar ter or deliver, or knowingly permit, or suffer to be sold, given, bartered or delivered to any mi nor or apprentice, any intoxicating liquor, with out the consent in writing, of the parent or ! gnsrdi.n of such minor or apprentice, or shall : ....,! .!. r "v, " J : .' ' nT f "ZJL t .?hoP' f? ' T, '.Tk" , , . . . , . . , . ft, "he W"-; St "T: V' J this ordinance, shall be fined for every such vio lation, in a sum not lees than five dollars, nor more than fifty dollars; and npon a second con viction.the Mayor, in his discretion, may revoke and annul the license of the person so convicted, and such person shall not be deemed qualified to obtain a dsam-shop, saloon, or beer house li- - . m i ee"'e- f?T e ponnd of one year. sec. a. fcvery violation or t'.e 4rovisiong oi this ordinance by any person having a license to keep a dram-shnn, beer house, or saloon, shall : be deemed a breach of the condition of his bond ; and such bond may be sued on, and the paoalty1 thereof recovered in addition to the nenalstes by this ordinance imposed by such violation. Sec. 6. Whoever shall 'violate the provisions of the first section of this ordinance, shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor ; and upon conviction thereof, shall be fined not less than twenty, nor more than one hundred dollars, for each violation. Sec. 7. It shall be the dntvof all cityoflicera to give information to the City Attomey.of all violations of tliisordinance.coming within their knowledge, or which they may have cause to suspect. Sxc 8. No person licensed under this ordi nance, shall assign or transfer hit license to an other. Sec. 9. No dram shop keeper, or beer-hoase keeper, or saloon keeper, shall, after taking out license under this ordinance, keep open his shop, saloon or house, or sell any liquor, sine, beer, ale, or fermented drink, on Sunday, or upon any election day, until alter the hour for closing the poll. ApprovedJuly 2, 1859. H. F. M-.CY. Mavor. Attest W. H. Va Doi", Register. July21,1859-3w. Aa Ordinance Establishing the Police Departmeat. Suction 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and Councilmen of the City of White Cloud. That there ia hereby established a Police Depart ment, to consist of the City Marshal and not more than ix policemen. Seo. 2. The Mavor shall have slower to em ploy and appoint at exceeding six policemen, and discharge thr same, or any number thereof, whenever he shall deem it expedient. Sec 3. Whenever an additional police force may be necessary, in order to quell any riotous or disorderly condiw or in order to arrest or seenre anv person of person accused of anv rri me, or violation of anv law or or li nance. The members of the police department are hereby sererallr authorized to call npon any inhabitant of th city, and require his aid and assistance ; and any person refusing to give such aid snd assistance shall besubiecttoa fine of n"t' less than one, nor more than twenty dollars, to be sued for and recovered as incases of other breaches of rttv ordinances. Sec 4. The Citv Mtrshal shall be entitled to the same compensation as other members of the ritv police, for the time aetuallv employed and the duties required of h;m by this ordi nance, mav be (Hchareel W hi deputy Approved July 2, 1 H59. ' II. F. MACY. Mavor. Attest W. H. Vai Doses. Register. July 28.1 S9-1w. Qnnrrvine Ptone. Be It ordained by the Mayor and Councilmen of White Cloud. Th it all persons quarrying stone on the city premises, shall be taxed one-fourth of saidslone to be appropriated for citv pnrnnses. II. F. MACY, Mayor. Attest J. F. Swam Reeister Wbite Clou 1, Autust 8, 159. IIO WART) ASSOCIATION, Fhtlafclphla. it Rmewlrt Imitit'itian etaUitktd 6 tpeeial Emdmrmmt. for tae Kth'f f ike Stek at fjastressed. afflicted uHlk ViruUni and Eri'ltmic Disease. rpHE HOWARD ASSOCIATION, in view I of the awful destruction of human life caused by Sexual diseases, several years ago directed their Consulting ourgenn to open a Dispensary for the treatment of this class of disease, in all their forms, and to give MEDI CAL ADVICE GRATIS to all wh? apply bv letter, with a description of theirenndition (age, occupation, habit of life, Ae.,) and. in eases of extreme novertv, to r UKM3H aIELK;j:IE3 FREE OF CHARGE. . ' . - . The Director of the Asetcistloe, In. their lata Annual Report expres the highest satis faction with the snoeess which has attended the labors of their Surgeons in the cure of Sperm torrhoea.Seminal Weakness, Gonorrhoea, Gleet, Syphilis, the Vice of OnajiUre or Self-Abuse, Diseases ot ths Kiduevs and Bladder, Ac, and order a continuance ef the sate plaa for the ensuing year. - " . . " ; An admirable Report on 8 permatorrh o , or Seminal Weakness, the vice of Onanism, Mas turbation or Self-Abuse; and other diseases of the Hexaal organ, by the Consulting Snt?enn, win he sent bv ta til .(in a scaled envelope) r KEl OF CHARGE, oa receipt of Two stark for postage. : ; . ' - Addres.foRport or treatment, DR- J.SKIL L1N HOUGHTON, Aetine 8ur-ea, Howard Association. No. 2 South Ninth Street. PhUa dlphia,Peaa. epu 1,59-1 j. : "Carriage guide! YOUNG'S GREAT PHYSIOLOGICAL . WOR K,r, Every one Me own Doctor Bing a Private Instructor for'aiarried persons or those aboat to marry, both male sad female. Ia everything concerniur the Dhvsioloxv and relations of our sexual system, aad the pradue lion or preventioaof offspring, incledingal! the new discoveries never be lor riven in the Eng lish langaage. by WM. YOUNG, M. D. Thi I really a valuable and interesting work, r It t writ tea ia plain language for the general-reader, and it illustrated with upward of one hand red engraving. AH young married people, or those contemplating marriace, and havisg tbe least Impediment te married life, should read this book. It disclose secret that everr one should be acquainted with. Still It is a book that must be locked ap aad not Ha abewt the bo-. It will be aeat te aay eae oa the receipt of tweatv five eeata. Address DR. WM. YOUNG. No. a aa i 8C ahova - - THE SEW-TO SK TKIBCSE . - Trr Tribbrb now more than ightea year old, and having over Two Handled Tkeaaaad subscribers, or constant purchaaerti, diffused through every State and Territory of our Uaioa will continue ia essence what it htsbeen the earnest champion of Liberty, Progreta aad of whatever will conduce to our national growth in Virtue, Industry, Knowledge, and Prosperity It will continue to wrge the emancipation not only ef the Black laborer fnm ehattleism and legal Impotence, but of the While likewise from Land Monopoly, Intemperance, Ignorance, aad that dependence on remote Markets which par si vie exertion by denying to Toil any adequate and morally certain rew d. Believing that the chief evil of our time is tbe inordinate multipli cation and disproportion of Noa-Producers, il will continue to war against whatever tends to degrade Mutual Labor or deprive it of it just and full recompense. It will inflexibly cosa raend tbe policy of winning hither from Europe the Useful Arts, and. wherever the? may be needed, the Artisan as well for whose products our country ia bow running recklessly into debt, while our laborers roam iu frtiiiies qut of em ployment, leaving their children ia want of hre'a'l, thonch the fanner is too often compelled to sell his crops at most inadequate pt icea. In short, while battling arainst Filibtisterism and everv other wnnifestatioo of that evil spirit which se. k throneh the spoliation of other countries that aggraneixetnent which is to be tru'y attained only thmuzh the due develop ment snd cultivation of our internal resource, it will orgentlv advocate a more effectively discriminating Tariff, the Fnedom of the Pub lie Lands, the construction f a R railroad Irons the navigable water of th Mississippi to those of the Pacific, and every other measure which seems te us calculated to enhance the dignity or the recompense of Labor and promote tbe well being of Markind. e ' ' The "irrepressible conflict" betweea Dark ness and Light, Inertia and Progress, Slavery and Freedom, move- steadi'y onward. Isolated acts of folly and madness may for the moment give a seeming advantage to Wrong ; but God still reisms, and the A?e are Una to Humanity ami Right. The rear l.GI must witness a memo rable conflict between these irreconcilable antag onists. The question "Shall Human Slavery be further strengthened and diffused by the pow er and under the fla of the Federal Union r is now to roeeive a momentous if not conclusive answer. "Land for the Landless, versus groe for the Negroless" is the battle cry of the embodied Millions who, having inst swept renn- svlvania, Ohio and the North-West, appear in tfie new Congress, backed by nearly every Free State, to demand a recognition of every man's riirht to en! Urate and improve a medio cum of the earth's surface wherever h has not been anticioated bv the State's cession to anoth er. 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Particular attention paid to collect io a in Kansas, Nebraska, and North-West Misaoari 1 -OrflCE ON, BIAIN 9T$JbTETs' iaa.M.oMf. -iVa- i.c- - r- ' - w "I A BBLS. HYDRAULIC CEMENT Jat -L I' received, per steamer Wm. Campbell, aadforalwv - 8. t.' JBJOTiNSaV Fever andAT ftmwatsxJadsttfiWc.CL ' la tin system, induced bv the sn-lz eta table dea decay. Thia eahlatio " th action of solar heat a th watery vapor from it. Vhil. tlT u wuni iaa 1 Uliail er M T "WOW !hw fsce, aad th virus is taken with iT.Iz'.'" lungs into the blood. There r,i,""' cim a Ue hMenal viscera ani Dnta of the body. The hver become, v. secrete not onlv this tiros, bet aim tLT th blood. Both th virus and th. h.2! ia the eucalation. aad nrmhu. w.i i i - l J: i xi.. ii "T ,wnt Bc.v stomach sympathise wrth the fivrr nJ disordersd also. FiaaUy. the instiioto anisus, asu u aa anempt to nari ts.Z7 infusion, eoncentrate the whole Kl- .. .. lafiS,b thBT intae hrteraal exeretories s Sim r ait, The blood lea th surface, SurfaM .j J"w4 tbe central organ with eoorestiT Ailr istheCtnu. But ia this rt it fcilsTTw- Fbvbb foUowa, ia which th blood leav. ik? tral organ and rushes to the sorbet. T' another coort to expd th irriutine pouaaoaf " that other great excretory th skia. if1 alio it fails, and tb system abandons ths uJil exhausted, and visits for th recover? of S to repeat th hopeless court anothei'dtv are the fit or paroxysm of Fsrsa aa Z? Such coostitutioo! disorder win of coon mine th health if it I not removed. We have labored to find, and hav fci antidote. Ayer's Ague Cme which aeotranxes this malarious poim m . blood, aad timulte the hver to rxl As it should, so it eoe cwr this rwitb perfect certainty. And it 4,Tj er doe what i of more ami. ieet to this ioicstion. If taken in srtaoa a It tram th system a it ia bsorbed, sad dua? those who as it ire from it attacks- ktna syatrm ia health although exposed to'thtSi Consequently it aot only cures, but pretsmfc jrrea variety of stfertions which trt iS by this mshsmant influence, such as IbZiZ: Fever. Chill Fever, Dumb, or MariwTS! Periodical Headache, or Bilious Headache Eu Fever, Neuralgia, Rheumatiam. Gout, BwJ Teothache, Earache, Catarrh, AtOaasTpSS tions. Painful Affection of the Spies. HnunT CoUc. Paralvtis, and Painful AnVctions 2 Stomach and Bowels, all of which, wtim naa. from this can, will be found to ssnat aoni leaa th intermittent type. Thi " Aori Cru remove tb cause of these dersjtnsmts,B4cm Thi it aoconspliahes bv (timulstin u . torie to expel the virus from the rrntmr tU these organs by drgrees become hsbtted to da it their offic of their own secord. Bemsri-ieip we term aix hmatntwai. Tune may arcoaepiua same end, but often life is not long mt-usH,, sacrificed in th attempt, while this Aon Cru -doe it at once, and with safety. W kavi sn reasoa te bebeve thi is a surer aa wtil ss ef. srawnv ss ui wool class oi aiiirsics snics i iwu vj uiv BiiuDianc nueciinsi, tnsa which has been discovered ; and it has nil! UmZ hnportant advantage to th public, kicha,ii it is cheap as wrll s good. VRtPAKES IT DR. J. C. AYER & CO. LOWELL, MASS. Fuca Orb Dollax ria Bom. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral ha won for itself such a renown for the ton i every varietv of Throat and Lung Corapliiot tia it ia entirety unnecessary for us to rertnat at evidence of it virtaes, wherever it has beam, ployed. A tt has long hern ia enwtast throughout thi section, w aetd aot do awn Aa asrar the people iuqaslity is kept up to dw sat it ever haa been, aad that it may bt rrlxd do for their relief all it ha ever beeaiwiiaa Ayer's Cathartic Pill FBI Jul Iht rWTQSa 9f rTJRUTTC KXt For CosnvEsras; For tbb Cvbb or Dvsrxriu; For Jackdice; For Tbb Ccre or Indices; For Heaoachx; For trr Cras or DisssnxT; For a Foct Stomacb; For tbb Ccbb or Earsiriuj; For trb Pitxs; For thb Ccbb or ScRomt; For all ScBomors Cuarunri; For ths Ccbr or Rheitb; i-oa aiisbase or thb Mis; For trr Cras or Litis Cuarucrt; roR Dor8T; For trr Cvrb or Tetter, Tirom ut RHEra; For Wokms; . For trb Crux or Cott; For a Dixmls Pill; For tub Cras or Nri snnu; For PcRuruNa thb Blood. Sill They are sugar-coated, so that the ol sn five can take them pleasantlv. aod bring ? vegetalile, no harm caa arise from their sst a f quantity. . Price MowaU per Bex; BoxsJrJl Great numbers of Oergymen, PhysirisiM. 5t men, and eminent personages, hse knt it name to certify the unparalleled nsrftilsefii' remedies, but our space her will sot ptmu insertion of them. The Agents below ssS ish gratis our AxesirA Almanac in ahittoe re given ; with alio hill descriptions ol attim complaints, and the treatment thst should bt lowed for their cure. Do not be put on by unprincipled "'""J other preparations toey maae so r" n A 1 ... . ..J MhM. 1st want th best aid' there is for them, ndiheis have it. All our Bemediet an for sale by THE POiXOWING AGENTS: 8hrv k Macy, Whit Cloud, Is. Dr. J. W. Reed, low Point. " McAllister k Lett, Lrvett, " A. J. Miniar. Uighland, Peter k Nephler, Oregon, Mo. Z wk k Baldwin, Forest City. d i r a. T ; wkAlesal. Vaa Uar. Britlaia k Hsrdy, St. JHf u And by Agent ia every town l?" State. : f.b.n.""7 ST. I0TJIS Tttip. and StcreotrDC FoDairj. paaiKW Fffwnssira ikinM Estahlls.ft li 181' w . nmtf a. otTTTlS. 37 and 3S. Locutt Slrtet, St.I'- ' pYPB-FOUNDERS, and lele1r'I a. of Presse. flam no """Ts News, B wk and Colored Printing Jk!T( News, B xk, Cap. Letter, env.loos, -- and Manilla Papers- ' ' . ..Wjtsj We are prepared to famish P,J1'L Offices, at short notice, aod at ttttn r Besides Type efoarowa t"'-j am i w tk 8serla00V; L. Johnson Co., Cincinnsti TJV Conner k Son. White k Co.. Ce ZTjt Wood Typ.from WelU 5ft .lw We are also the authorised Al'fJ0m A Co . Tsvlor A Co- Cincinnati 'm i r a- fh ry a w mubTSW " -. -w-w w v- - rnf - f IS. ST tjajbCT m WV a. e "-Tr . . Manufacturing Co.. aad ioo-r Presae. , , . li' Any B.wspaperBobTiahing te the aatoontof fiv doll.r. rtd eopie of paper to a, will ee b- C'eetrocyping " . ( BpriormaDRr. s ..--art' OCI.D.Sf. ' . . m-- HAYING refitted and ?rZrr Mnw aaBliahaewt, I "T !. i to d work in the beet "VjT eonab'e eatea. "Zn0m aa aU wthevKRtef vy wBMsee''. ted with prompto. . . -";,',, l Good amsl CoaRseteat w"-. bee watpiwfw-e- 1st ofJly- The ZZJt J aa i. at-Jis- ALLEN HOLLCBAFT: Plasterer,. eta oa short aotie. '.fZ. J fI7 at tSawssw aawt -le. JJ MMctfwfW! ' .r v-'". c .o " V IMS