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- -nlmrlMitei are here in wuidwi : lh,DS Tir. -plying & ehrewd JtT will be thrown for him on the k htllot. lOSTB U BO HUHlw.ff r.--i,iir claim eood. : , : "vimuide Biwrare here it for pU bnt tb.arecrowdeteoming "ffuter stock it down. Gen, JoeLaae, "iT' .m rood hotel accomrjodstkras, Pnorhaadred application here already ' J.Bsde for reporter.' seata ia the Cop- rian- There are only ; ona sunarea V0 . I. .t .innnatluM, -:. '. to pa aw"""" -"o -rwirl may he nominated, 'though the Vw York contest between the gj Soft delegation excites great "TbTiratber is delightful here. - - not mnch betting. M. H. ' . nurleston fS. 0.) New sayi r ; tv. loss of Connecticut by the De- moeter foreshadows the rtsalt- of i the fuMtikl contest It shows that the mit hope but little from the -aid j nriWn Democratr. Not even Penn- rlrtBia will go with her unless she pays Serainoos price of a high protective ter- jftetbe iron, coai ana general, msnuiac taring interests. ' . ' The orospect now. is that B. M.' T. gonter will be the Democratic nominee for the Presidency, ana inw me tinciu uti Platform will be re-affirm d, without imiodinenL Beymour of New York is likely to be the candidate for Ties Presi dent,: - ' .. ' : :'u St. Joseph Markets. : Heap, $100105. Wheat, 85c$1.00 floor, $3355. Corn, 35c. Butter, 1417c Coffee, 1314c. Eggs, 12c. Hides, green, Jc; dry, 1011jC. . Meal. 60c. Hungarian Seed, $1.00. Sugar, 810c Potato, 50e- Onions. .580e. Beans, $1.50. Whiskey, BgJsc. Oats, 30c. Beef Cattle, ou hsof, lgJe.-; dressed,4Vl'5,te. 8hep,dress ,4, 4 5c Bacon, 9l0c. Salt, $150. St. Louis Market. . Vksat, $1-301.40. Corn, 50 32c' Oats, CtiHe. Floor, f sack, $2.953..: Barley, $1. Bvs,95e. Hemp, $U0115. Whiskey, lStfe. Hides, flint, 1314ej green salt- d.t'e. FoUtoes. 5075c Onions, $1.10. Tiswtky Seed, $2J02J0; Clorer, $4.75; Hasrariaa, 70c; Flax-seed, $1.11. Dried Ap ple, $15; Peaches, $3.40. Beans, 7lc$l. Cotte, 1213Jc. Sugar, 77Jc Mesa fotk, $171755; Shoulders, 7c.; Hams, Lard, lOe. Butter. 812c Eggs, 10c Ganniea, ni16c White Clond Markets. Flosr, f sack,- . $2i03i0. Wseat, f bushel, . 60c.$1.00. Otis, lOc Cwt,- !nsar,S0s.; shelled, 25c. Cora Meat,. ... -40c routoes, . 2530c White Beans, $1.00. Itingiriui Seed, . '50c. Hiiet.l It., grees, 4c; drr, 10c. Bun Sides, Shoulders and Hams,. 19lle lui, 10c. Tallow, - . 10s. 8or, . 10c Coffee, 16,'c. Batter. lie. Esr. T doi, 10c Holaoes, f gal., i0c.(3$1.00. wbiikej, 30c.$1.50. oekwheat Flour, f 100 &., $2.50, 5It.ack, t2.00. liU, 100 $40 Umber, green. ) 100 feet, $1.001.50. Si'mglti. f 1.000, $2.50. Weod. ? eord. $2-00. 17 Pereoni who art. suffering with Coughs, Coldi, or other affections of the respiratory or ' fast, that are likely to' prod nee Consamption, Sid brinr the suffianr tn a nKfulnM prav. will o veil to examine Curtis' Compound Syrup of ouiains, lor by its use, many hopeless cases ke beea greatly benefitted. Cnstis' Mama tors Liniment is oae of the most popular linl SMOts srer offered to the tmblic The maav oaderful cores it has effected, can be heard of erery neighborhood. See adrertisement in othereolomn. spril 19. iHarruir. ts this i place, on Monday, the 23d Inst, by C- A.Briggi, Esq, Jacos Wmcst to MaaoasxT Ciotd, both of Holt Conoty, Missouri. r. -rateit, Aijastable, Self RaklBs Mswtr and Reaper CoBhlieAt TS aaw esaeed4 U bs the beat B- sr.. lMh-bee .brought o!, TTT "7 ""er, is more simply saatiHirr. 7""." "enfs time, Uios , O w sC J uuHi-5 i estimomaIs as at7L . pwunwy mi uis Macbine VZZX? try, and a oen : '."'ctoapaes, U bj ef Jlaeaaes, at the shop, $135, aah. - B.... . - 44 145, hlf cash. m Aaohsneat, 20, cash. . - 25.kalek -vi.v for of these MachiDea in ntajansa. O. C. WHITNEY. m viono, April 26, 1960-tt look Ont for the Mnley! dumber! Lumber I T'HE aadersigoad kav Ukaa and itud ao Vi ," i?M?1 order, the Steam Saw-Mill ia Cload, kaowa as the " Matey Mill," ofZL , 7 keP tly oo hand a aapply w Ch mber' for u Ue prica, itsI biU ?f 1""bet'reqn5wlt be fiHed hii?- W will also saw lumber oo the TmT r-,. "P for e lbort notice, mill does work sqaal to the best ia the nb7- GiTsasaeall yy. , GROMLET st FAIRJOL. J0i, April 19, 1860-tf. - I BPn NOTICE. TJ.: 1 li BT w I1 persons against pnrcha I, ? 1Jot tor Fifty DoUara, giren by me tks Ei.T7" PMU1P Co, doing bosinesa at faii T "u,t oaw some- REAPERS m f-j . marcu, ioou. oaia note V,!:,lle?',7 obtained, no eonsidsntJon ba ' . 'J U Md 1 wiU 1,04 qidats it ; The crisb is past, the hiss a call. He has now on I tandfceomplew READY MADE ITS AND CAPS AND EV THE LINE CCTOB MgSSES. PR- : -SOAP, BACON. snrAff r'.mft' 8K' ' CANDLES,- LARD. SUGAR, MEAL, ' SODA, TOBACCO, FISH, 4c. - Qneensware, Glassware, PUTTY, GLASS, WINDOW SASH, Nails, at wholesale and retail, . Table Cutlery, Garden Hakes, Carpenters; Tools, - . Pocket Cutlery, ; Shorels, Spades, DoorTmamings. .... Frying Pans, Hoes, tc, kc; Wooden Ware of all Ends, Coil Hope, Bed. Cords, and Twiae 1 All of which are offered for sals cheap, for Cash or Country Produce. Call and examine mr b l , prebaaina; elsewhere. Corn, Oate and PoUtoes Uken hi exchange for Goods. ' Pike s Psak Emigrants furnished with complete outfits, on the most reasonable terms. White Clond, April 19, 1860-tf. W. E. VAN DOREN. ' S. M. PETTENGILL & CO.'S ADVERTISING AGENCY. 119 JVt St., N. Y., md 10 SUU St., fisstoa S. M. PETTENGILL k CO. are the aeents for the "Chief," and the most influential and larrest circulating Newspapers in the United States and the Canadaa. They are authorised to contrast for as at our lowest rates. J. S. POST, General Newspaper, Adver tising and Subscription Agent, second story, aorth-west corner of Chestnut and Third Sts., St. Louis, is our authorised Agent in that city, aad ia empowered to contract at our regular rates, and receipt for ns. Messrs. ROUNDS k LANGD)N, of Chica go, are our authorized Agents for that city. CHICHESTER k SANFORD, Proprietors of the Merchants' Advertising, Commission and Collecting Agency, are Agenta for this paper, in the cities of rhiladelpnia ana Baltimore. J. E. DUDDERIDGE, of St. Louis, Is an authorized Agent for the Chief. SAMUEL L, JENNINGS, (Successor to C. F. Jennings OroM) Forwarding and Commission Merchant, WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS. I hare jost received a large lot of Which I will sell aa low as the lowest; and I have also a fresh supply of rilSTS AND OILS, , BRUSHES, WINDOW GLASS, falls, Crackers, Candfcs, Tobccco, Than which I know there is no better in the market; LIQUORS, Which I will retail from thirty cents to two dollars and a half per gallon. I will pay the highest price for Hides and i'nra I S. L. JENNINGS, april 19, 60-tf. Administrator's Koike. T E ITERS of Administration, with the will -L-J annexed, were, by the Probate Court of Nemaha County, Kansas 1 emtory, granted to John S. Rodrers, on the Estate of Henry H Patterson, deceased, bearing date the 3d day ol April. A. D. I860. : All persona having claims against said Estate, are required to exhibit them for allowance, within one year from the date of said Letters of Administration, or they may be precluded from any benefit of snid Estate; and if snch claims be not exhibited within three years from the date of oaid letters, they will be forever barred. JUHN S. KUUUtKS, Executor and Administrator. April 19, 1860-3w. SMALL & CO., Wholesale Grocers, JTo. 119, Second Sirtet, ST. LOUIS, april 13, 60-Iy. - NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE. In lie Dittritt Cturt tftke Second Judicial JHt tritt A'saass Ttrritorn, lifting within mnd Jot Bream Cmnnty, frr the trial s cant aris ta? inter u law J lata I trruty. Kirkbride Howard 1 Order vs. of Thomas Ft Pennor. N Publication. ON this day came the plaintiff1, Kirkbride Howard, and tied aa affidavit, stating that the service of a summons cannot be bad in this Territory; it is therefore ordered by the Clerk, in vacation, that the defendant, Thomas P. Pennor, be notified, by publication being made in the White Clond Chief, a weekly newspaper published ia Doniphan County, K. T-, and of general circulation in Brown ioamy, ior aia eonaeenti ve weeks, of the neadencv of this sit, the object of which is to recover the snm of Three Hundred and seventy-une ou-iuu col lars, with interest on a note dated Kickapoo City, K. T., May 13th, 1858, and due ia twelve months thereafter; and for the decree of a fore closure of a certain mortgajre made by the said Thomas P. Pennor, of same data of note, to said plaintiff, by which he cosveved the follow ing lands in Brown County, ft. , l . to wit: wc Nsrth-Wast Quarter of Section 15, Township No. 3, of Range 35, containing one hundred and aixtv acres, more or leas, to secure the pans sot of the aforesaid note; and for an order of sale of said lands, that the proceeds may tie aoDlied for the satisfaction of the judgment prayed for in said plaintiff's petition filed la my office, and the cost of this suit; ana tne saia Thomas P. Pennor, defendant, is hereby noti fied, that nnless ho pleadnswer or demur to the plaintiff's petition, on or before the 10th day of July, A. D. 1860, the said petition will be Uken as true, and judgment rendered accor dingly, and a decree, aa prayed for, made for the foreclosure of said mortgage, and the sale of said landa. Ia testimony whereof, I hare hereunto set ssy hand, and'effixed the seal of said Court, at my office, in the town of Hiawatha, this 31st day of March, A. . I860. - L. McARTHUR, Clerk. . By J. G. Kxlset, D. C. E. H. Gaajrr, Plaintiirs Attorney. March 39, 1860-Cw. " ! rnnn bushels corn wanted, D U U U for which the highest market price will be paid, in CASH, apon delivery ia White Cloud. - a DANA SAYRS. march i, SO-tf. .. FOR SALE r riIHE sabscriber offers for sale, oo liberal A Unu. aaveral eboiea traeta of timbered and prairie leads, located aear White Clond The timbered tracts will be divided to suitpn ehaaara. , . . V. D. MARK HAM' wawawa, !5 SS - r people are rejoicing, and . " : ' ''' assortment of. Ml CLOTHING., OP GROCERIES: cirTV. o s m trail H?r?n a f - ? s 3 OHiS rSv.B " - -s. Q ?2 2b-? a - S. V m - a C n a rr. V o c Q a q . 3o.3 OS I S 2.2. tr -i o 3 ,. 3 e7 2.3 a. 2 ! a o 5 v" 5 .0 I 3 2 g o J S 4 o-sco-S B 3 er -aS -E. 2 3 5" S a !T . o B, - ? era 3 2 2 O c . n s- 3 ra a 3 t- C3 c. p. 3 2, Z O r. Sdr-JS ri j3 2 o .- s 2.-S- o.- w 3 nr 5 . ?2 ?? . 2 S1! o tr ? o. o 2at: T 6 5 " a Si f. B 5." m?- - 3 3 - b r, a c B S 33-i S i 6. S " p 5 - 2 3 o. S.gS3g2.5. so 2. 3 ' 1 5- n-i 3 n o 3 5"." SB-g S b c 3 H' 2.3 o SJ s 4 a a r ? i s rjo3?o. (no si-. OS-3 PS"? T3 S ' J1? o. B j. a" S. . . 3 O OB a T 2 6 3 5 ITS Z a , . 0.3 I 2.2 2 " 3 ? s-o"3 a o-'i 2 cn-. S 2 ?2 3- 2 3-3- S i - e S e. o . c c -3 - aBf-s - m Tin c : . a i --5:o.i o s-- srr2- ? a.f 5 3 3 C Z no n S S. 2. o. - -3j3" awi Sa S -2.E.2. " ' sl 2 C. ?' r. a o ft n c o - pa ?e 5 Eg-? m r " v 56 o."2 2 5 &o. r -': ? 5 S s eo S 6 a 'p 33 m Z. 3 3-r--o so- T3"2? S2 2.-3--27 5-s o-Tsro- IT 2. "9 3 2- ? S6f IS! a n n &8 For sale bv Shreve k Macy, White Cloud; Root k Cook, Padonia; Zook k Baldwin, For est Citv; J. E. Burbank, Falls City; Leigh k Shields, Iowa Point; J. H. Wildy, Hijihlaod; Peter It Nsphler, Oregon ; and by Dealers gen erally rdee. 15, 59-3m. r.c. anarvs.a. n. . a. r. aacr, d. SHREVE & MACY, D II UG GISTS, WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS. tT Drs. Shreve k Macy attend to the prac tice of Medicine and 8urgery. They may be foand at the Drag Store, wbea sot profession ally engaged. fob. S3, 60-tf. CCC( ejUUU cans of Fresh and Spiced Oysters, ia store and for sale by MT it,W-- UAKA 3AIK. FLOWS t PLOWS t. w -m 1 rrvn i,i. rr from tbe manufacturer, I am prepared to :.v wim Plnwa Af mil aizm. dnnhlik H lunuea - - - single steel Shovel Plows, Harrows, aad Calti- valors cneap tor vaao. . - ' w. a. tan uuaifl. White Cloud Jane S3, J-tf Hark Ye r Ilark Ye; STONE MASONRY. ' . THE subscriber,being an experienced Stone Maaon.and bavins located at White Cloud. takes this method of informing the public that he is ready, on the shortest notice, to undertake all jobs in bis line, such as building Foundations, Walls, Arches, and also Cisterns. - in all such mmrk ha has had much experieace, and flatters himself that he caa tarn outjobs inferior to ao thar aieehaaie la the Territory, Orders are BOOTS AND SHOES o i . - o - S?r3 oS.32, &o s? ' S?5?3:iHse5I&S f riS.i?3i"S-:l-:Ciill ,C'iO' 3"fc i 0.2B o'(gmO-ncose ".3.Sw. r ii-g 4 s is! z 3 o Concentrated Lye, ,. . a ap; ma ke;;;.: AN5 todespensible artfele. Irf every- fitmny, whereby .'with their ordinary kitchen grease combined with' the Saponifier, they can make all the soap they use bard, soft, or fancy. It will make hard water soft, and will clean type to perfection nothing equals It for ceasing and aeooringv " ' " -r .s i.l Pat ap ia air-tirht Irosi boxet r n. each, whieh wiir eaalte, with 4 to Iha. eoaataoa srrease, frees, is ttjvr. " 1 " ts galleae eiewmat aaft sap, x : 1 or 8 te 10 Iks. hard.; r .',;' It has now been several years time this in valuable article was first introduced 10 the Pub lic, sud the estimation in whieh s is held, wherever known and tried, and the irxmense de mand fur it from all quarters, are conclusive proofs of its real merits and value at a family article. ' 1 . - .'! xvrr.-s'i :.-.. " BEWARE OF IMITATIOIf S 1 ' ' The success of our article Eke thai of all dis coveries of true merit and Value, his induced unprincipled partial to Imitate it- W, therefore CAUTION THE PUBLIC against worthless COUNTERFEITS and to take none bnt the genuine, original aad patented artide, SUnn factursd only by the ' " ' . ' ,.: FESNSYLTAKIA 1AXT "' ' MANUFACTURING COMPANT, . Of East Tareataas, Alleghany Co, Pa. . .. OFFICE AND DETQT Ao. 396 Ptnn St., 1 ' . .' Above the Canal Bridge, r" "" . PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA. Who also Manufacture of standard quality. Caustic Soda for Soap Makers, ' ' ' . ' Soda Ash, Copperas, Refined Soda Ash, Manganese, Sal Soda, . Nitric Acid, Choloryde of Calcium Soda Saleratus, ' Bleaching Powder, Sulphric Add, Muratic Aeid, Aqua Fortis, . Chloroform, Extra Refined Snow-White Table, Dairy and Packing lalt, warranted entirely Pure and Dry, put up in various packages and styles. The only Pure Salt in toe country. FOR SALE BY ALL Store-Keepers in the United States. 1000 Cases Saponifier, genuine, for sale at manufacturers, prices In lots to suit purcnaserS; bT - ,PlE & KELLOG april 5, 60-1 y. - St Louis, Mo. MORRIS & CHENEY k VV. nn hand, aa nmial. with a larpe and complete assortment of all sizes and pat terns of Cook, Tarlor, and Beating Stores, comprisine the latest and most improved styles; together with . . TIN, CurPEK, AND SHEET-IliON WARE, in any quantity to suit ths market all of which will be sold " dirt cheap," ior tne tAa a : We hare also on hand , . BAR IRON AND STEEL, of various kinds, to suit the trade. And last, though not least, we will keep a complete as sortment of MOLINE PLOWS, which, for good qualities, are unsurpassed by any other in use. KThite Cloud, April 5, 1860-ly. Health and Happiness Secured ! THE CONCENTRATED CURE THK CONCENTRATED CURE A POWERFUL REMEDY A POWERFUL REMEDY FOR WEAKNESS FOR WEAKNESS FOR EARLY INDISCRETION FOR EARLY INDISCRETION TRY IT! TRY IT !. TRY IT ! TRY IT ! Young men wBo are suffering from ths effects f youthful indiscretion can be surely and per manently restored by using tbe Concentrated Care, OB .. AQUA VITAEI A Remedy of 0rsat and Certeia Power! This remedy is pot up in small vials, snd can he seat bv mail to any address.' A trial win satis fy. Use it for a week, and you will experience a ereat benefit. A circular containing full par ticulars, sent (free) on application. Price per battle, fl ". - One bottle will last a month.'' " ' ' N. B. This remedv is suitable for either sex. Address, K. CRUGER, Medical Agent, 743, Broadway, New York August 11, 1859-1 y. NOTICE Or FORECLOSURE. In tie District Court of the Second Judicial Di trict of Kantai Territory, titling tcUkm and for Brown Uounty.for the trial of tauttt ant ing under the law 0 laid Territory. Kirkbride Howard 1 Order vs. . f - ' John Ollson. '. J Publication. ON this day came the plaintiff, Kirkbride Howard, and filed an affidavit, stating that the service of a summons cannot be had in this Territory; it is therefore ordered by ths Clerk, in vacation, that ths defendant, John Ollson, be notified, by publication being mads in the White Cloud Chief, a weekly .newspaper pub lished in Doniphan County, K. T and of gen eral circulation in Brown County, for six con secutive weeks, of the pendency of this suit. the object of which is to recover the sum of Three Hunared and oeventy-Une Hollars and Eighty Cents, with interest, as stipulated in a note given by said John Ollson, defendant, to the plaintiff, Kirkbride Howard,' and dated Kickapoo City, K. T., May ISth, 1858, due twelve months 'thereafter; and for the decree of a foreclosure of a certain mortgage made by the said John Ullson, by wnicn he conveyed to the plaintiff. Kirkbride Howard, to secure the payment of the aforesaid sua of moaey, the following lands in Brown County, K. T., to wit: tbe South-West Quarter of Section IS, Town ship No. 3, of Range No. 15, containing one hundred and sixty acres, more or leas; ana for an order of sale of said land, that the proceeds may be appliel for the satisfaction of ths judg ment prayed for in said plaintiff's petition filed in bit office, and the costs of this suit: and the said John Ollson, defendant, is hereby notified, that unless he plead, answer -or demur to the Slaintiff's petition, 00 or before the 10th day of uly, A. D. 186V, the said petition will be Uken as true, and judgment rendered accordingly, and a decree, as prayed for, made for the fore closure of said mortgage, and the sale of said lands., ir . ..... ' , In testimony' wheseof, I have hereunto set my hand, at affixed the seal of said Court, at my office, in the town of Hiawatha, this 31st day of March, A. D. i860. L. McARTHUR, Clark. By J. G. Ksxarr, D. C. Edwi H. Gaarrr, Plaintiff's Attorney. March 29, 1 860-6 w. NOTICE. THE annual meeting of the Stockholders of tbe White Cloud City Company, will be held at White Cloud, on Monday, the 14th day of May next. A punctual attendance is desir ed, as there ia bosinesa of importance to be transacted. O- BAILEY, President. White Clond, March 39, 1660-tt. Notice of AdmiaislratioQ De-Boois Xon. LETTERS ef Administration upon the Es tate of Addison Spooner, deceased, not administered nponby Adelphia Spooner, late Administratrix, have been granted to the un dersigned, by the Probate 00 art of Brown Conn ty, K. T, dated the 1 0th day of March, 1S60, j The anthoritr-of th aaid Adelnhia Sooonerl ceased on. the lOth.daj of March, 1660, by re-- . -1 ' . -.18 A AC B- HOOVER,, Administrator de bonis non ef Addison Spooxi er, deceased., Marsh 23 -3n. Entirely IVcw, Stock 1) toF.J UliKIU (&g:8 mm AT THE STORE OP . C. DANA SAYRS, .; ; ' WHITE CL01TD! " ' I. TAKE pleasnre in informing my friends, and the public generally, that I am now re ceiving a large and well selected stock of Dry Goods, Groceries .Boots' & Sliocs, ITali & Caps. . ' QrXEXSWARE, niRDWiRE, J LIQl'ORS, NAILS, CORDAGE, FISH, . AA'I PRESERVED F&IITS I shall continue to keen the market supplied with every article usually found in a Western Store, and can assure all cash and prompt men that they cannot do better in Kansas or W ext ern Missouri than here in White Cloud. Thankful for the liberal patronage which has been extended to me by the citixena of White Cloud and surrounding country, I hope to be enabled to merit a continuance of the same, by cheap prices and fair dealing. ' - . M. UAH A. OA. I april 12. GO-tt , . STEAM FERRY AT WHITE CLOUD! RUNS regularly on the Missouri River, at the' following rates: For crossing a team of 1 pair of horses or mules, or 1 voke or cattle, and wason, loaded or empty, $0.75 Three yoke of cattle and wagon. One horse snd bugsv. 1 35 51) 33 It 10 4 j Saddle horse and rider, Loose horses, per hesd Csttle, per head, Hogs and sheep, psr hesd. Foot nasseneers. 10 Northern emigration, from Missoirl, Iowa, Illinois, Wisconsin or Michigan, either for Cal ifomla or anv part of Kansas or Southern Ne brsska, will find a mail route to this point, on a State Road from Des Moines, Iowa; and as eood roads throuch Missouri, by way of Savan Bah and Oregon, to this place, as to any othsr point on the river. There are good landings on both sides of the river; and on the Kansas side, all streams and sloughs, to the Nemaha, hare free bridges, recently made for the Gov. eminent trains from this place to Salt Lake and Utah. We can ssy to the California emi gration, that they can strike the old California Road within 12 miles of this place, and they will find good graxing for stock within half a mile of the river, and plenty of wood and water on the route to the Big Blue, only eu miles from here; and they will find this road over 40 miles snorter than the road from St. Joseph, and over 60 miles shorter thsn that from Leavenworth. We refer persons to the map, in proof of this statement; and we only ask emigrants and tra sellers te try this route, and we pledze our selves to pass them over the river free, on their return, if they are not satisfied of the foregoing facts - White Cleud 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 fonnd in any part ef Kansas. MOORES k TAILOR. June 9, 59-1 j. EDWIN H. GRANT, Attorney at Eaw, K0TART PUBLIC, AMD REAL, ESTATE AGENT, Ornci IS TBI CODIT HOOII, HIAWATHA, BROWN CO., KANSAS. ' Will attend promptly to all business entrus. ed to him in Brown snd the adjoining Countiat des. 22, 59-ly. J. C. SCOTT, Attorney at Lnr k Land Aent, SENECA, NEMAHA CO., KANSAS. SPECIAL attention paid to the Collection of Claims in Nemaha, Marshall and Brown Counties. REFERENCIS: BiiLia k Williams, White Cloud, Kaaias V. D. Maskham, " . Jambs Caboill k Co., St. Joseph, Mo. Ho. Samsil R. Costis, Keokuk, Iowa. E. B. Hals, Btnker, Cleveland, Ohio. Ho. Dakisl R. Tiloiw, -Ma, Gill k Co., Chicaeo, Illinois. R. U. Toaair, Dirt. Cl'k, Nemaha Co., K. T. July 14, 59-ly. SAMUEL LAPPIN, Land and General Agent, SENECA, NEMAHA CO., KANSAS, VTTILL promptly attend to investing Money, V V- pavine Taxes, locating and selling Land Warrants, buying and sellinr Lands, and mak ing Collections ia Northern Kansas and South ern Nebraska, umce on Main street. REFERENCES: V. D. Mabiha, White Cloud, Kansss. E. A. PorLB-r, Iowa Point, " A. C. Wilms, Leavenworth, " Gilbebt k Stbattob, Kickapoo, " Phillivs k Donee, ' P. L. HtmoEs, " " R. Dottos, Hiawatha, " Lixcis k Bom, St. Joseph, Mo. Ozias Bailbt, Bloomfield, Edgar Co., III. R. J. Gatlis, Indianapolis, Ind. jnne 30, 59-ly. Reduced to $5 a Tear Prepaid. The best aad aad cheapest periodical in the World. In ensenuenee of the largely increased circa lation, the Publishers of Littell's Living Age, are enabled to reduce ths yearly subscription price from $6 to $5. The publishers are deter mined that no expense or lebor shall be spared to make this the magazine for the million! And whilst boldly challenging competition, claim for it only what has been conceded by the most eminent men of this country, from the me of its first publication, over sixteen years since, to the present day, viz: 1. That it is suitable to all claseorresaers Statesmen, Professional men. Philosophers, 'oets. Students, Merchants, Mechanics ana Farmers, all of whom may derive pleasure and profit from its pages. 3- That ia it may De round toe cream oi ail the world-renowned Reviews and Periodicals of uroDe. with original articles, and selections from the best fugitive literature of oar own country. 3. It contains more reading matter tnaa any other magazine ia the world; each weekly num ber containing sixty-four pages and a Fine Steel Portrait, making three thousand three buodred and twenty-eight pages in a year, with fifty-two steel engravings. 4. -That it is the oldest periodical of its kind in the country, having been published over six teen years. 5. That it is the cheapest publication of the dsy, whether it is judged by the quantity or quality of its contents. 6. that ao library is perfect without it. 7. That to those with limited means, it is an admirable substitute for a library of ssiseellane- oas books. And fiaaHy.that as a Family Ma- eazine, it ia perfectly unexceptionable in all ! u i resnecte. Price Five Dollars per annum, or thirteen cent a number, sent bv mail, -post paid, to any address in the United States- Te- Clergymen, Students and Clubs, rone Hollars. ' . DELISSER k PROCTOR, 1 508, Bmasw New York. 71 rr. lift li Cheaper than Ever! STEAM SAW MILL ; In Full Mast! THE andersigned, proprietors of the Whits Clond Steam Saw Mill, take pleasure ia announcing to the public, that their mill is ia the verv best order, and thev have commenced operations for the season. Thev sre prepared to do aawin? of every kfnl snd description, on the shortest ntitics." Thev will n on the halves, or for mffnev, very chssp. They will constant! keep on hand ALL KINDS Or LUMBER! , which thev will sail a little shssper thaa eaa bs had an. where else, for Cash, er te goed rasa on short tims. They have also aa sxsellest Lath Mill, au l ars prsparsd at all times to isr ti-h LATHS in any quantity, at lew rates. Give us a call, and satisfy yourselves that we can doiust what we say. WM. MAUCK SONS. White Closd, March 17. 1853-lt W. Q. SARGENT. Attorney and Counselor at Law, NOTARY PrjBLIC, And Commissioner for Maine, Massa ehasetts, New York, Kentncky, and Misonri. OWN COUNTY. KANSAS. O" Post Olrlce Addre ilaml'n, Hiawatha, nr Padonia, Brown County, Kansas. XI fe b. 3, 59-ly. CITY HOTEL. WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS. JOHN II. UTT, I I I PROPRIETOR. THIS HOUSE, which hss just bssn complete.!, is one of the largest and finest in the West. It is now open to the pub lic, snd will be kept ia a style equal to the best Hotels. Every department will be conducted in such a wsy as to afford the greatest araoaat of comfort to those stopping at ths Home. THS TABU Will at all times be supplisd with the very best that the market affords, both er the nssss- saries and the delicacies of life. THE BLZKPIHO AFASTXZRT8 Are roomy and well ventilated, and the bed ding will always be foand in good condition. Ts supplisd with a variety of Liquors, Cigars, Knits, etc., or a choice quality. There are likewise good Stabling aad Feed for Horses, and a competent person to take charge of them. The House ca accommodate a large narabsr of persons, snd tbe utmost attentloa will ever be given to the wants of the public. April 21, 1859-tf. Try Ward's Telegraph Tonie! "iJOR FLVER AND AGUE, "ITnilCH never fails to sure! Warranted, V V if taksn according to dirsetions, to eff.et a cure. The proprietor can produce a thousand certificates te those who wish to see them, bnt does not think it necessary to display them, ts the medicine will recommend itself, if given a trial. Try it once, and satisfy yourself. Warranted perfectly Vegetable and harmless. For sale by Shreve k Maev, White Cloud; and by Dealers everywhere. All orders must be addressed to W. W. WARD. Mansion Honse, Leavenworth City, Kansas, General Agent for Kansas, Nebraska, and ths Western States. jaiy 91,i9-3m. mroRTAjn pacts tor east ward BOTOD TRAVELLERS I Read and Preserrw for Fntara Refer enae! I Tfnparatlellsd Speed an Comfort frsra tasFrsa. tier to the Sea Shore I Inaujuration of a iWia Era in tht Hltlorjf of Kantai and Xehratka. Chicago, Burlington & Qulncy R. R. O AID AVTEB APOrST 17, 1!59, TB4VKLLEBS mom wrsrint nissncar, kasas snd wsasAS a, can start from St Josarn at 6 A. M., Arrive at Quiney at7.00 r. si.,sams day. ' Chicago, " Detroit, " Toledo, " Cleveland, at 7.1 :. a.. next " at 6.30 r. . - at 4.10 r.m. - at 9.48 r. m. - at 1.25 a. n. Ind " Pittsburg, SnensioeB!dge,at4.00a.B;.,, . ' Buffalo, at 4.45 a. si. " - Philadelphia, atS.10r.xt. " ' New York, at 9.30 r. at. " Boston, at Midnight TimeThroagh from 9U Joseph to New York 63 1-S Honrs. Time Through frrm St. Joseph to Boston 60 Honrs, including all stops. ITo Route except via Qulncy and Chi cago can mane tots umo i From Quiney tTatajrJ. Slttviny Cart on all Ytght Train. Tickets via this Routs for Sale at all the offlsss. and on the Boats of the Hannibal and St. Joseph Rail Road. Parchwe Through Tickets and Save Money I Be Sur and got Tielett via Chicago and Quiney Route ! ! SAM'L POWELL, Gent Ticket Agent. C. G. HAMMOND, Oenl Saperintent. D. S. Lovuor, Ag't, St. Jeesnh. ispt. l,59-3m. Brace's Hew Tork Tjpe-FdMdry, HAS now on hand an immense stock of Roman Tvpe, Fancy Type, Copperplate Script, German Type. Music Type, Ornaments, Chess and Checker Type, Borders, Brass and Metal Rules, Leads, Brass and Electro. Ciieles and Ellipses, Labor Savin? Rules, Corner Quads Metal Furniture, ate. The tvnes are all east by steam power from ths bard metal peculiar to this Foundry. The unequalled rapidity in the process of easting enables me to sell the'e more durable types at the lowest prices of ordinary types, either for easti or credit. Presses, Wood Type, Ink, Cases, Sticks, ate., furnished at the manufacturer's lewest prices A sneeimen pamphlet of Fonts ef Letter only, sad Brie, mailed to printing ofilces.on the re ception of seven cents, to pre-pay the postage. Printer of Newspapers who choose to pabhsh this advertisement, including this note, three times before the 1st dsy of August, 1659, aad forward me one ef the papers, will be allowed their bills, at the time of making a purchase from me of fivs times the smountef ssy mana. faetures. Address, 6E0RGI BRUCC, 11, Chamber Street, Hew York. jsaeSS, 1859. Sw. Inportait f Farmers t METROPOLIS FLOUR MILLS, LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS. THE proprietors of these Mills are aew rea dy to receive the aew crop ef Wheat, aad thev would particularly call the attention ef FARMERS to the importance ef threshing, cleaning and getting their wheat te market at the earliest possible time, to avoid damageand loss by letting it remain in the field till the Fail rains come on. 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