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ICOVD BDITTOB. OLOSKEY'S ?olinltal Ttxt Book or XneyfltpwdU BY M. W. CLUSKEY. Poet Hodm Representative, U. 8. Ii contain among other thing, The various Party Platform. , Th American Ritual. Ktuu Legislation of Congree. . Governors Geary, Staatoa end Walker' la ' aagaral Addressee. Seaators Green, Douglas, and Collaaer's.and Krsere. 8tphena and other Reporta on Kansas. The material portion of the Kaasa-Nebraska XJ1H. Laaomplon, Toaeka and Lear ea worth Con etitution. The CrittontWa, Montgomery, leaalc and JEnglUh Bill. Vote on the ease In eaeh Hoes. - (Indeed, everything aaaential eppertaiaing to the aame, including President Pieree'a Special Message.) Dred Scott eaa. ' Constitution of the United State. " Article of Confederation. Washington's Farewell Address. Ordinance of 1784 and 1787. Virginia and Kentucky Resolution of 1799 Bud Mr. Clav'e renort in favor of a distribution of the Public Luds, and atle document against it, with a full history of the aame. President Fierce Veto of the In-ligent In pane Land Bill. Address of Mr. Faulkner ou the subject. A history of Railroad Grants by Congress, with the votes thereon. President Pierce' Message vetoing the River and Harbor bill. The School Land bill and rotes thereon. Clayton-Bui wer Treaty. Extraeta from speeches for and against Sla very. . Extracts from speeches of noted Republican ant Abolitionists. . Mr. Too mho Boston Leethre'oit Slavery. Messrs. Fremont aud B jchanaa'e Letter of Acceptance. Me Mrs. Buchanan and, Williams Letter on the Bargain and Intrigue Charge. Mr. Calhoun's r ort Uill Address. President Jackson1. Proclamation against i nu'ii w-w. Mallification . Maysville Road Veto. , A History of Party Convention. i Report of Mr. Davis, of South Carolina, on , the Political Power of the Supreme Court. Mr. Buchanan ' Minority Report on the aame fluhject. Gov. Wis and Mr. Caruther's letter against the American organization, and the Hon. A. H. 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There is not a single political question upon which this book does not fully post the speaker. ' It has received the commendation of the en tire political press of the Uuited State and ol the Statesmen of the country. It is ased in nearly all the discussion ia Con gress at a book of reaily reference. Thi book posts up the speaker on the Kan as and other ejnestiona. - " ' TERMS : SinxU Copy, Three Dollar t; . Qui of Six. Fifteen Dullart. The above terms inulude the postage. Liberal deductions to the trade, and.a fair allowance to persons who interest themselves in obtaining abscribsrs. Address V r- J AS. B. SMITH CO., ' No. 110, Chestnut street. Philadelphia. F . r(From' the Wash'iBgton Union.) ' ' ThPolitical Text-Book or Encyclopedia. -To the politician, the editor, and all who de sire information on the leading party measures a a to pies of the times, thi book will be fonnd on of the greatest convsnience and value. 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Specimen copies sent gratia. Addrea FARAN k McLEAN, Cincinnati, Ohio. Prospeetns of the LOriSTILLE COURIER. THE Louisville Wexeiv Corsica, publish ed by Haldermaa k Durrett, Louisville, Ky., contains 32 columns close printed matter each number containing a choice selected tale, all the late telegaphic news, a correct etatementof the foreign and bom markets, with a brief no tice of all the passing event of the day. In politics it is Democratic, but always give the tra statement of fact aa they occur. TERMS: " ' T One copy one year in advance , S00 Two copies " " 3 00 four - s rw Ten " 10TW Twen. " - 20 00 17 All enacTr moket taxcr at ran City Ordinance!. ' Aa Ordiaaaee t establish aa Aaes prescribiag hi da ties, aad regalatiag taa aaseaaaaaat of property (abject to taiatioa. 8 EC-wow 1. Be it ordained by the Maw and Councilmea of the City of White ClouVObt at the first stated meeting of the City tAraqci! in each year after the present, it shall M the duty of the Council by and with the advice aad content of the Mayor, to appoint a competent person as Assessor, who shall have resided in the city at least three month prior to hi ap pointment, and the person so appointed, shall, before he enter upon the datie of hi office, give bond to the city in the mm ef Three Hun dred Dollars, with tw eecaritiea, to be approv ed by the Mayor, conditioned for the faithful discharge of hia duties. Sec 2. The said Asuesaor, before catering on tbe duties or bis office, shall take ana sub scribe aa oath, faithfully to discharge his re spectivo duties to the best of hi knew edge and ability. - Sec. 3. The Assessor shall eater apen the discharge of hia duties, after the present year, on the first Monday of May, in each year, and shall make such preparations as will enable him to assess tbe property within the limit of the whole city repairing and correcting the plat of the eitv. and nroenrinv from the Countv Reeoe - der, an abstract of all conveyances of record, made within the citv durin? the nrecedinr rear. and changing the plat of tbe city to correspond vier, shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, with auch convevancee. Sec 6. Whoever shall raise a false cry of fire Sec 4. On the first of May, in ssch year.the . ia thi city, thall be deemed guilty of a misde City Register shall deliver to the Assessor, the ' meanor. entire preceding assessment-list of the city, Sec 7. Whoever shall in this city be found which list shall be returned to th Register with-j in a state of intoxication on any street, thor in two months. I onghfare, or public place, shall be deemed guil- sec. v. 1 he Assessor shall, an tbe second Monday of May, succeeding his appointment, proceed to examine and assess all property within the city, subject to taxation, at it cash value, to be determined by the assessor, and shall make out a suitable book, which shall con tain a list of all auch property, and of persons cbargeaole with a poll tax, describing in sepa rata columns the ki.d ofnmnM,. and vkm the same i. real etate. -giving the quantity, mete and bounds, and the value of the ground with the improvement on the sm. UT both arc owned b, the Mm. person, and when real stats i leased or rented, ths owner thereof 1 authorized to list it with ths Assessor in pro portions as it is leased or rented. xe. b. Sai4 list shall be mads out by Blocks. according to their numerical-order oa the city map, in the City Register's ofSse, and sacb oth er designations made aa will enable the Collec tor readily to find the person, who pay tax. Sec 7. And the Assessor is authorized t demand of any person owning or having charge of any taxable property, as agent, guardian, s in any other fiduciary character, a list of bus property, with such description aa will enable him to list and assess the aame; aad shall have power, and is required, when not satisfied with said list, to examine ths party under oath toaeh ing the same. Sec. 8. If any person refuse to list the prop erty aa aforesaid, or to testify under oath as re quired concerning the property belonging t them or under their charge ; or to deliver a correct description of their property at the of fice of tbe Assessor, within ten days after tush demand shall have been made; or wilfully omit any property required to be listed from the list furnuhed by them, the whole property belong ing to, or under the charge of such person, shall be assessed at the market value put upea it by the Assessor. Sec. 9. If the Assessor Sad property within the city limits, tbe owner of which is unknown, after using due diligence to ascertain the same, and failing to do so, he shall mark the property as that of an owner unknown. Sec 10. The Assessor shall asesll the mesas to discover any taxable property which baa act beez assessed in any previous year, and tbe same shall be assessed for each year in which it ha been emitted, and the Asuessor shall aote tke same upon his assessment list. Sec. 1 1. It shall be the duty of the Assessor to make return to the City Register, on or before be first day of August, in each year, of the aa- sessmcnl of all the property within the eity. sec. lf. The Assessor, ror tne present year, shall enter immediately upon tke discharge of hi duties, aod make return by the 15th day of Jul next. Sec. 13. Any error ia the assessment of pre perty may be corrected by the Register, by aad with the consent of the Mayor: the party so er roneously assessed, filing an. affidavit with tbe City Register, stating the facts and particulars m addition to each erroneous assessment. Sec. 14. Upon the receipt of the assessmaBt list av aforesaid. the-City Regrter shall notify the Mavor and the member of the Council, whs shall thereupon bold a meeting to hear and de termine all appeals from the assessment, and te correct all errors that may be found ia the list, and ten days' public notice shall be given by the Mayor, of the time and place of meeting for hearing such appeals. -Sec 15. The Assessor shall attsnd the Bond during their sitting as a court of appeals, and furnish any information ia hi power ia relation to the property in any assessment rrom which here may be aa appeal, aud shall correct the plats of the city connected with the assessment, and also in tbe Litv Register s office, tie snail also, when required by the City Council, make out a Kt of all real estate which may be ia ar rears with ths city for taxes, and if necessary, ascertain the owners, and do and perform sack other duties connected with hi office aa tk City Council may direct.' - n Sec 16. All persons who consider themselves aggrieved by the assessment of property may appeal to the said court of appeals : every ap peal shall be in writingnd atate (pacifically the ground of appeal, and the matter or thing complained of; and no matter unlet so stated hall be considered by the court. Sec. 17. The Court of appeals shall bear aad determine in a summary wsy all appeals, and correct any errors they may discover in the ss sessment lists, and may increase or leasen any assessment aa they may see fit. When the Board, sitting aa a court, shall have corrected and adjusted the list, the Mayor shall certify the ss me, and deliver ths am o ssrtilsd to tho City Regiater. Sec. 18. When the ald liat has been o ceived, the Register shall run out the (am and enter in an appropriate column the amount of tax due from each person ; he ahall, as soon thereafter aa possible, make out a plain copy thereof, authenticated by the aeal or tbe eity, or until a city aeal ia provided, by a scroll, an deliver the same to the Collector, and take hi receipt for the aggregate amount thereof, aad enarge the same to him. Sec 19. Any errors in tb extension ef aA lilt which may at any time be discovered, may be corrected by the Register, either before ar after tbe payment of the erroneoua amount. Sec. 20. It ahall be the duty of the Collect to report to the Register all change of ownsr- (bip in real estate which may come to his knowledge during the time he is collecting the real estate Uxe ; and tberenpon the City Reg ister ahall correct the plats of the city, coauec ted with the assessment, accordingly. Sec 21. Th Assessor shall hold hia oflee for one year, or until otherwise provided bv the Council, or unless sooner removed oy the Mey er, by and with the advice and consent of the City Council, for rood eaaie shown. Sew. 22. Th Assessor shall receive aa nay ror bis service two dollar aad irty cenai per day for every day actually engaged ia the din. Charge of hi datie, and at the aame Bate tar rrasuouai uayu. Approved May I vtn, I cem. B. F. MACY, Vara. Attest W. Tff. Tab Do Law, tstia, July 7, 18M-3w. Aa Ordiaaaee la Relataoa to City Printing. Simon 1. Beit ordained bv the Mavor al Councilmen of the City of White Cloud, That the City Register shall contract for pabliehiaf the city ordinance, ana lortueh other printing as the city council oy and with tbe advice and consent of the Mayor may direct, but that ae contract shall be binding until the aame has been submitted to the Mayor and Couacil, aad i approved by tbem. Sec 2. That all ordinance ef a general na ture, shall be published, either by having the same inserted in some paper published in tke city, or by poatiag the (aid ordinances atf veef tbe moat public places in the city limit. . Approved May 19th, 1859. H. F. MACY, Msvcr. Attest W. H. Yak Dobeb, Register. jirty 14, 1859-Sw. . aaors. i n.ii twdained bv the Mayor and Councilmea of the City of White Cloud, That any number of persons who shall ia thi city aeembletogether.orintentonbetogaasembled, hall agree to do any unlawful art, with force and violence againet the property "V' or the person or property of another, or the peace, or to the terror of there, and shall make any preparation therefor, shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor. . .. Sec 2. Whoever shall in this city wilfully disturb the peace of other by violent or offen sive conduct, or by loud and aoosoal noises, or bv indecent, profane, or obscene language, eat culated to disturb the peace, or by aaaaulting, striking or fighting another, or whoever ehall permit any auch conduct in or about any house er premises owned or possessed by him, or na der hi management or control, o that others m the neighborhood are, or may bo disturbed thereby, shall be deemed guilty of a "de meanor. Sec 3. Whoever (hall do or perform manual tabor on the Sabbath, except in the necessary household and domestic concern, and other cause of unavoidable necessity, shall be deem ed gtilty of a misdemeanor. Sec 4. Whoever shall oiaturo any congrega tion or i ,bl, met together for religion, wor- an.p.Dy.nojae orDy ruaM or or profane talk, ehall be deemed juilty of a 1 misdemeanor. Sic 5. Whoever shall disturb any lawful aa ' aemblace of oeonie bv rude and indeceut bena . tv of a misdemeanor Sec. 6. Whoever shall in this city appear in a state of nudity, or in a dress not appropriate to his or her sex, or in any inaecent or leva dress, or shall make indecent exposure of hi. or herln, or b? guilty of any indecent or lewd !H v l K.il ..k;k; -.ii f-. act or behavior i oi ahaU eih bit, , eell, or offer to ! iJlr nl-tupA. iMintinir. atAtuarT.orother thins: . up ii or exaiuiu but iuucvcuh v yaauj or exhibit, or perform any indecent, immoral, or lewd rlav, or other reprcenUtion. shall be deemed ruiliy of misdemeanor. Sac. 9. Whoevershall on Sunday. sell. or of - fer to sell, any wares or merchandise, or winea a a-11 -nw wa.tta rtr mtai-ohanfllfU. or Winea or bee--r fermented or distilled liquors, or shall , rnmkTphi rr si busine- on. shll be deemed guilty of a mis- i demeanor. Sec. 10. Whoevershall in tbissity. setup. cr keep any gambling table, or gamine device, at which any game of chance or hazard shall be played for money or property, or thing of value, or anything representing money, property, or value, 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 suffer any auch table or device, at which any game of chance ia played, to be aet up or used in any tenement in his possession, or under his control, shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and ahall forfeit for every such offence, not less than one, nor more than one hundred dollars; and it shall be the duty of the Mayor, oa receiving satisfactory information of any auch table or device being set op 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 drinking-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 ride 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 necessity; or shall ride or drive any such animal so as to cause auch animal or vehicle thereto attached, to come in collision with, or ctrike any other object, or any person, or shall leave any sacb animal standiug in any public place without be ing fastened, or shall turn any animal loose in any such thoroughfare; or shall inhumanly, or unnecessarily beat, injure, or otherwise abu.se any dumb animal ; or shall cruelly overload any beast of burden, or other animal, shall be deem ed euilty of a misdemeaner. Sec. 13. In all cases of meeting each other in vehicles, on beast back or walking, in any highway or thoroughfare, or on any side-walk in this citv, each person so meeting shall turn and go to the right, so as to enable such vehicles or persons to pass each other without accident or difficulty. Any person violating this section, shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor. Any person convicted of any misdemeanor in this act, shall be fined not lea than one dollar, nor more than nftv dollars. Sec 14. Whoever shall in this city, use any sport or exercise calculated to frighten horses. injure passengers, or embarrass the passage of vehicles, shall be deemed guilty of a misde meanor. - Sec 15. Whoever shall upon, or near any public-street or thoroughfare in this city, dis cbarge any fire-arms, shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor. -See 16. Whoever shsll ride or drive any horse oranimal, on any bridge In this city, faster than on a walk, shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor. ; Approved May 19th, 1859. H. F. MACY, Mayor. Attest W. H. Va Dobe. july 14,1859-3w. Aa Ordinance Prescribing the Duties of the Marshal. Section I. Be it ordained bv the Mayor and Councilmen of the City of White Cloud, It shall be the duty of the' Marshal before be en ters upon the discharge of bis duties to take an oath for the faithful performance of the same, and to enter into bond with not less than two good securities, to be approved by the Mayor, conditioned to pay over all monies which may come into hia hands from taxes, licenses and other source as prescribed by the city ordi nances. Sec. 2. The Marshal shsll attend the ses sion 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 accounts of all ex penditures by bim, for the same; and make quarterly reporta thereof, to the City Register. Sec 3. It shall be the duty of the Marshal to execute all writ, ana processes to mm diree ted, by the Mayor or any Justice of the Peace or any other Judicial officer; and return the same according to the commands of such writs and processes, within the limits or the city. Seo. 4. The City Marshal shall by virtue of his office, be captain of the city police; and all policemen appointed under the provision of the city ordinances ehall be in subordination to the Marshal. Approved July 2, 1859. H. F. MACY, Mayor. Attest W. H. Va Dobeh, Register. July 28, 1859-3w. Side-Walks. Be it ordained by the Mayor and Councilmen of the City of White Cloud. 1st. That the Proprietor cf the lota oa Main Street, between Second Street and the Levee. on the west side of Mam Street, and between Second aad First Streets, oa th east aide of the said street, he, and are hereby required to make a good and ubstntial (ida-walk in front of (aid lots; eaeh proprietor building the aide- walk in front or hi lot or lots; mid walk to be nine feet wide, and made of Burr Oak, Brick, or Stone; that said work be completed by the first day of October, 18S9; and if not so com puted by aaid time, that tbe came be done at the expense of said proprietor. 3d. tUtalvtd, That the City Engineer be em powered, and is hereby authorised to carry into effect tne nret section or this ordinance. 3d. Beaabed, That the City Engineer be re quired to establish the grade on Mala Street, from the Bridge across the Ravine to the Le vee. . . n r. mac r , aayor, Attest J. F. Swabtx, Register. - . White Cloud, August 8, 1859. - al83w JSUde Improving Kaia Street. - Be it ordained by tha Mayor and Councilmen of the City of White Cloud, - . That an appropriation of Forty Dollars ($40) be and is hereby mad from the city revenue, to improve Main Street, between Levee and Sixth Street. H. F. MACY, Mayor. Atiect J. F.SwAaia, Raer. WTnt CWad, K. T-, Aagmat 6, ISM. Xm Ordiaaaee Begalatfng Draaa-Chopa, Decr-Uoase, and Saloons. Sacnow I. Be it ordained by the Mayor aad Councilmen of the City of Whit Cloud, That no person or person (hail, within the limit of thi city, airecuy or lnairectiy, in persou, ur vj another, sell, barter, or deliver, for, or on, his, her, or their account, any intoxicating or fer mented liquors, beer, ale, wine, or ciuer, in leas quantities than one quart, without a license first obtained according to tbe provisions of this or dinance, as a keeperof a dram-shop, beer-bouse, cr saloon. Sec 2. A dram-shop keeper, beer house keener, or saloon keeper, shall make application for license to carry on his, her, or their business, and before any each 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 premise in hi possession, of under hi control; 4nJ that he will conform to the provisions of this ordinance, and pay to the Collector every dram-shop J'r keeper, and saloon keeper, the sum of ten dol- er nouse Keeper, tne sum oi 1 five dollars-and produce to the Register hi. H hn properly approved by tbe Mayor, and upon pay ment of a Register's fee of on dollar, for the bond and license, it shall be the duty of the Register to deliver to tbe said applicant a li cense to continue in force for the period of six months, and file in his office the bond of the person so licensed. Sec 3. If any licensed keeper of a dram shop, saloon, or beer-house, 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 conseut in writing, of the parent or g"'n ' ucu minor or apprenuce, or sn... uff P'm'' "m'D.r- L,.PI,nt " ' at anv game of cards, billiards, ten-p-.ns, or oth- , -8 M Detr-.houie. , ,. .. i , . . . t i - saloon, or a, any ou ou mmg, or ciacwucrc i. "rf kTeninVaTry house J deS"edBll, 1 ulf JSE . d ec 4. Erery bWt5: J t I TL.ll ft.. , - , y - lation. in a sum not less than five dollars, nor i - . - . . j and upon a second eon- icretion, may revoke person so convicted , ! and such person shall not be deemed qualified to obtain a daam-shop, saloon, or beer bouse li cense, for the period of one year. Sec 5. Erery violation of the provisions of this ordinance by any person baring a license to keep a dram-shop, beer house, or saloon, shall be deemed a breach of the condition of his bond ; and such bond may be sued on, and the penalty1! thereof recovered in addition to the penalaves Dy 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 duty of all city officers to give information to the City Attorney, of all violations of this ordinance, coming within their knowledge, or which they may have cause to suspect Sec 8. No person licensed under this ordi nance, shall assign or transfer his license to an other. Sec 9. No dram-shop keeper, or beer-house keeper, or saloon keeper, shall, after taking out license under thia ordinance, keep open hia (hop, saloon or house, or sell any liquor, wine, beer, ale, or fermented drink, on Sunday, or upon any election day, until after the hour for clo&ing the polls. Approved July 2, 1859. II. F. MACY. Mayor. Attest W. H. Vasi Doaaa, Register. Jury a, 1859-3 w. An Ordinance Establishing the Police Department, Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and Councilmen of the City of White Cloud, That there is hereby established a Police Depart ment, to consist of the City Marshal and not more than six policemen. Sec 2. The Mayor shall have power to em ploy and appoint bM exceeding six policemen, and discharge the Same, or any number thereof, whenever he ehall deem it expedient. Sao. 3. Whenever an additional police force may be necessary, in order to quell any riotous or disorderly conduct, or in order to arrest or secure any person or persons accused of any crime, or violation of any law or ordinance. The member of the police department are hereby severally authorized to call upon any inhabitant of the city, and require his aid and assistance ; and any person refusing to give such aid and assistance shall be subject to a fine of not leas than one, nor more than twenty dollars, to be sued for and recovered as in cases of other breaches of city ordinances. Sec 4. The City Marshal shall be entitled to the same compensation as other members of the city police, for the time actually employed, and the duties reowired of him by thi ordi nance, may be discharged by his deputy. Approved July2, 1859. H. F. MACY, Mavor, Attest W. II. Van Do a ex, Register. July 28, 1859-3w. Quarrying Stone. Be it ordained by the Mayor aud Councilmen of White Cloud, That all persons quarrying stone on the city premises, shall be taxed one-fourth of said stone to be appropriated for city purpose. II. r. NAUTi Mayor. Attest J. F. Swabti, Reenter. White Cloud, August 8, IP39. HOWARD ASSOCIATION, Philadelphia. A Benevolent Institution ettablieked ew tpeeial EttJowuKnt.Jor tke Relief af tke Sick and Dmttreed, afflicted wiik Virulent mnd Epidemic Dieeaeet. THE HOWARD ASSOCIATION, In view of the awful destruction of human life caused by Sexual diseases, several year ago directed their Consulting Surgeon to open a Dispensary for the treatment of thi class of a: it .i.-:- r l . i.. urm uiwuffl, in an uieir i"rat, auu w kit m bii- CAL ADVICE GRATIS to all who apply by letter, with a description of their condition (age, occupation, habit of life, Ac.,) and. In eases of extreme poverty, to rUKMSU MfclJClISfcS FREE OF CHARGE. Tbe Director of tho Association, in their late Annual Report express the highest satis faction with the success which ha attended the labor of their Surgeon in tbe cure of Sperma torrhafta,Seminal Weakness, Gonorrbo!a,Gleet, Syphilis, th Vice of Onanism or Self-Abuse, Diseasea of th Kidney and Bladder, Ac, and order a continuance of the earn plan for the ensuing year. An admirable Report on Spermatorrhoea, er Seminal Weakness, tha vice of Onanism, Mas- turbation or Self-Abuse, and other disease of the Sexual organ, by the Consulting Surgeon, wil1beentbyaiail.(inaalcd envelope) FREE OF CHARGE, on receipt of two rrsar for postage. . -- Address, for Report or treatment, DR. J.S KIL LIN HOUGHTON, Acting Surgeon, Howard Association, No. 3 South Ninth Street, Phila dslphia, Pena. ept-1,59-1 y. MARRIAGE GUIDE! YOUNG'S . GREAT PHYSIOLOGICAL WORK, or, Every one -hi own Doctor--. Being a Private Instructor for married person or those about to marry, both mala and female. In everything concerning the physiology and relation of our sexual system, and th produc tion or prevention of offspring. Including all the new discoveries aever before riven ia the Ear- llsb language, by WM. YOUNG. M. D. This i really a valuable and interesting work. It is written in plain language for the general reader, and it illustrated with upward of on hundred engraving. All young married people, or those contemplating marriage, and having the least, impediment to married life, thould read thi book. 1 1 disclose secrets that every oa a should be acquainted with. Still it is a book toat must be locked ap aad not lie about the house. It win be cent to anyone on the receipt of twenty flveeer.t. Address DR. WM. 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Any person sending as a dob of Twenty, cr more, will be entitled to an extra :eopv. Fcr' a elnb of fifty, we will send the Semi-Weekly Tribune; and for a club M one hundred the Daily-Trihuae will be sent gratia.- W coa tinae to send Taa WsEktr Taiawaa to Cler gymen tor 11. . ... , .,..,-:-. Subscription may commence at any time Terms el wsy ( cash ia advance All let tars to be addressed to ',.- HORACEGREILEYACO, -- . Tribune Buildinrs, ,' -i -,. Nassau Street, New York V. D. MARKHAM, , ATTumT AT LAWS REAL ESTATE AGX.TT, WHITE CLOUD. KANSAS, WELL practice In all th Court of Doni phan. Brown, and th adjoining Coon tie; Cy tax for aon-reaident, and buy aad eell ids. Particular attention paid tw eollectioa ia Kansas, Nebraska, aad North-Wert MiasoarL OFFICE ON MAIN STKEET. ;; fn.M.5-tf. 1 A BBLS- HYDRAULIC CEMENT Just LU received, per steaaatr W.' CsmpbelT, sat for sal by , , S. L. JINJfLf (VI Fever and Ague the rlobe. ia the mm J7. ,,.tatW 1 ia the system, indueed o.hl. J,- T,;. the action of solar heat on wet anil fLi - U . O . -, U1U011 M the watery vapor from it. Whue thTL tuna into the blood. There it , r?0 w poison on the mtaraal viscera aud tx'"Ueia of the body. The hver become, torST!?! accrete not only thia virus, but al th iJtTi w the blood. Both the Tirua and the We Z. m the circulation, and produce Tioleiif?4l, tiooal disorder. The spleen, the ludanm.,n atomach sympathise with the litn3 disordered also. Finally, the inriattof 2? nnism, as if in aa attempt to expel muaon, concentrates the whole blood f tfc?" in the internal excretories to force thna T ' out. The blood leaves the surface, riZ the central organa with cougtstiTe twIeafTTv is the Chill. But in thiseabrtitfaua. tw ? Fevbb follows, in which the blood leavei tral organa and rushes to the carfare. another effort to expel the irritating pouoaihri that other great excretory tbe akin. jTP also it fails, and th system abandons tbt m3 eshaaated, and waits for the recoTtry of aw to repeat the hopeless effort another d Tw are the fits or paroxysms of Fevib ax'b a J? Such constitutional disorder will of count mine the health if it is not removed. We nave labored to find, and hart fci antidote, layer's Ague Cure, Which neutralise this malarious peism a i blood, and atimulatea the hver to expel i( body. A it should, so it does eurt this tcal disorder with perfect certainty. And it doeiam? or rather does what is of more service to ieet to this infection. If taken ia season it tnL it from the system aa it ia absorbed, and thta kZz those who use it frae from its attacks ; ewm? system in health although exposed to ths&MaT Consequently it not only aires, but protrctiifaL the great variety of affections which are hsiivJ by this malignant influence, such aa RenkS Fever, Chill Fever, Dumb, or Masked n Periodical Headache, or Bilious Headache Z Fevers, Neuralgia, Hheumatism, Gout, BUaaWT Toothache, Earache, Catarrh, Asthma, PiW turns. Painful Affections of the Spleen, Hntra& Colic, Paralysis, and Painful Affections of (S Stomach and Bowels, all of which, when tram, from thia cause, will be found to assuax sneew leas th intermittent type. This " Aoc Ccu" removes the cause of these derangements, tad cww the disease. This it accomplishes by stimulating the acre toriea to expel the virus from the nun; ssj these organa by degrees become habited ts do tha their office of their own sceoid. Bene arisei w- we term accumulation. Time may aeeonplish tk, same end, but often life is not long enoufth, a sacrificed in the attempt, while this " Aon Cni" does it at once, and with safety. We hir reason to believe thia ia a surer a well a nht remedy for the whole clasa of diseases which u, caused by the miasmatic infection, thin m mW which haa been discovered ; and it has still sooth important advantage to the public, which a, tha it is cheap aa well as good. ruiraurB ax J. C. AYEIt & DR. CO. LOWELL, MASS. PEICB OS! DOLLAE MB. BoTTLS. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral n o fcr itself such a renown for the rare of every vanery oi inroat and Lung Complaint, that " .? entirriy unneeessary for us to reeimit th ifii evidence of ita virtues, wherever it has beta em ployed. - A it has long been in constant aw tnrougnout tnis section, we need not do mors tha assure the people its quality b kept up to the hot it ever haa been, and that it may be relied oa t do for their relief all it has ever been found to da Ayer's Cathartic Pills, FOR Ml THE HflPOSES OF A WKSATIYI atHCat Foa CosnvEXESs ; Fob tub Ccbb op Dispei-sia ; ' Foa Jafkdice; Fob thb Ccre or I.vdicestiox ; Foa Headachb-, Foa thb Ccbe or Dtsemtebt; Fob a Foul Stomach ; Fox tub Ccbb or EuYsirsxu; Foa the Piles ; - Foa thb Ccbb or Scuorcut; Fob all ScRofTLors Coufuuku; Foa tbe Cube or It hxi m atisb ; Foa Diskases or tbb Skis; Fob tub Cms or Liveb Complawt; - For Daorsr ; Fob tbb Cobb or Tbttbb, Tviiobs axb Ssar ' KuRt'st; Fust Wokais; Fob tbb Ccbb or Gorr; Foa a DixxEK Pill; Fob tub Ci'kb or Nktbalria; . . Fob VvHimxo tbb Blood. They Are sugar-coated, so that the most sn ! five can take them pleasantly, and brins; purrir vegetable, no harm can arise from thair aw u icy I quantity. Price ii cents par Box ; ' Boxes for $104. Great numbers of Clergymen, Phrsiiiina, Salts men, and eminent personages, have leut tlinf names to certify the unparalleled usefulness of tint remedies, bnt our (pace here will not permit tts insertion of them. The Agents below aimed ft tush gratis our Amebiasis Alm a.v ac in which tary are given ; with also full descriptions of the sl" cumplaints, aud the treatment that should bt fal lowed for their cure. Do not be put off hy unprincipled dealers vita other preparations they make more rmfit ea. Demand Ayaa'a, and take no others. Ih svk want th best aid there ia fur them, and they should hare iu All our Remedies are for sals by TBE rOLLOWINO AGENTS: Shreve k Macv, White Cloud, Kanis. Dr. J. W. Reed, low Point, ' McAllister k Lett, Lafayette, " A. J. Milder. 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