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do riur ;?irVitoii ( state m.m do do do do do S10 1 M 175 1 15 S10 1 n Cil""' Staw, vim. do do 1 90 J V rW Deputy Constable fee. S05 SEO 100 100 1 60 160 1 00 100 tfEEL.. do ISO 10 50 S70 790 "i for wnunf evidence, I Tp amiTtn. Jm-tice' eat. ntinff eVldHCC. Jutice wit, SUM against .ud KM. 3 10 ' .... i ana wni twlkddwin. " ' , rwom. do 1 00 1 00 KrAbtm, Constable's cost, 0 n. hodv Melissa D 13 30 S JMe im'rtoi body MHa Day, peup. S 00 ' iy Examination nd mileage, 3 50 ffflrtri WllBOMXOti. frSoi-u. do. C WlTingum.' do : -. 0te Ifaick, do JooSuii(lt ida Banner, do 1.BM Bobrtt. ioq. undwtokor, 75 75 75 1 00 1 00 100 100 100 1 00 300 6 00 9 60 Grab, inquest over body Ju MorrUsy 13 70 75 75 If Jaomtry, -Mtftbe IlttijoT ' iati Wrtos'. do H K Rand, JDBriwn. d JeksSFiry, do J,mCrB(,Joror . , u c....rt for notifvinr J alt ICO to at 1 00 1 90 100 1 00 1 00 10 00 ,.Ata irswisg jurors, 9 80 a w Wilier. Constable foot. SUt MM trainst Parkburst tod Spinning, 4 40 EMHabberd.jury fsss, 50 JiWiWy, do 50 Wa Savl, do 60 Saasel Erwia, do 50 CetrrsByrd, do 50 f. MDsvia. do 60 H N Ssvr, witnM feos, 75 Muwn Beeler, do 75 Gtarr Graham, do 75 Tiawtby Graham, do - 75 A Pitta, . do .75 A J Miaitr, do - - 75 J P Bitter, Constable feu, . 3 90 Gearr D Fox, Constable' assistant, 1 50 J t Rounsarell, Justice's fet 510 Rottrt J Porter, for coiling court honto 8 00 Ptaitk k Lowinr. fortutioocrr - 8 38 Jim A Milltr. for rteordi 49 00 Hmrr Bodr. Jr. Cltrk of County Board 401 34 Henry Hack, oofia for pauper . . 4 00 Joatpk Meroa, juror on inqueat, 100 Jean Divaoo, do 1 00 Staael Howt, dt . 1 00 m Bi,ey, making eoffia tigging gnrt S 00 WavJohna, for Chaira Ckeriea Taylor, do 4 80 J P Thompaon, jnrr faea Stat eaaa ag 'nit i C Clark and othera 50 Jmet Chappie, aana aa aboro 5Q If L McAdama, do C VV Stewart,. do Alexander Copeland, jary fee Sitaa Howe, do Ctorf Cowger, witneaa feeo 5W 50 50 50 1 10 1 10 1 10 1 10 1 05 1 05 1 15 91 95 Wirren Frazer, do John Hawka, do Kleholae Wykert, do 1M Miller. . .do 1 Mnier. - do ' - Cbtriet Williamt. do 0 M MiAhtra, ConsUble'a feea, Staiwl D Benight, Jastiee'a feaa, K limber, aetior Coroner 7 50 5 75 do State againat Charloa Paraona 3 45 u aonoa, amounl paid aUTr and (Jlerka a ' leat, defence againxt proof of atray, 3 50 3m Brown, Judge of election, 4 00 de Detecting counterfeit money 5 00 E N Lee, for wood 43 00 Lyaan Nub, Judge of ProbaU Court 129 00 Kebert Mantfield, for wood 9 00 S P Neabit, poet mortem ex. Daaa F Fox 5 00 DrCALybrandt, do do 5 00 Heary Smith, road eommitaioner, 8 00 JaTid Suley, do 8 00 EJwia Irrin, do 6 GO -Altoe Simoneon, patit juror, 9 60 A Laraelera. Jndge of County Board 7 40 EM Hibbard, petit juror 8 40 ORDER OF PUBMCATIO. DUtrict Court of tho Second Judicial Dirtrictof Kanaaa TerritArr. aittiar within ad far the County of Brown, for tba trial of sauiea anting under the lawa of Mid Terri " tay- March 24th, A. D. 1860. Andrew J. Beaton ) AtUehmant. Jamea A. MeGuira.) rXS thia day came the plaintiff, and filed hia V MdtT't. stating that tho defendant, Jamea A; McGuire, ia a non resident of the Territory Kanaaa, aad cannot be aerred by a proceaa ned out of thia Court; it ia therefore ordered " e Clerk, In Taeation, that the aaid defend sotbe Kotified, b? publication being made in , .n,t Cloud Chief, a weekly newapaper PW.ihed in Doniphan County, and of general rtn!atK.n in Brown County, for aix eonaecu w ,t,k,, of ,he PB,1ency of thia wait, the 3et of which ia to obtain judgment for Four dred and Thirty-Two Dollara and Fifty together with the intareat on the eama, oathe eojtaofauit; and the aaid defendaat, l1-.MeGoir1 u hery notified that bis property nae been attached to pay tba aaid auo, It.. V ."v0,e"? .h' P'e. nf or owwr to the plamtiff'a petition herein filed, ILVS! r t '. A. D. I860, SXwSS1'' Md to f-p-v ' . - Me ARTHUR. Clerk. . By' G.KtuxT.D.C. va.w.1. i:r.r . 1 MUBg iBoer aa4 Seaier CqmdUc! ... - I J?W C6BettJ,d to bo tho beat Reaping Ma- Am. axu.t It baa been brought nearer ZJ7"".ow u.a any other, ia aaore aimpW STrod will io better wwrk.- The eel f- A.Z;. ' - aeUcJld In a moment' time, thus adu? i P; d mowing of fallen i avT1 P"8 nd r- Taatimoniala aa iua aad ouperiority of thia Machine wkl i!" V ?" P of tho woontry, and "oodod to giro oatir. Mtia 'IU oomparatiTo choapnoat io by do v.. , po"" eonaiaerabon. ' Manu&eu.jed u Freeport, Ulinoia. -"HMaitth4K,ftl35,taau ; , - K. . . 14. half cash. A Bslfajtaj Attachment,. 90, eaab. i'. -: . - SSJialfeaoh. " . lor tba aale of these Machines in "JB a a na a r a 0- C. WHITNEY. Clond, April SS, 1860-tf. - Br;p ;NOTICE. "CREBT Warn H nanma ihImI v. 1 k, 'f tot rifty Wiara, girec by m "Mdalaatl abtarnad. m aonatdarat;. k.- aarUia 1 2 . I will wot liqrMate it. REAPERS The CTi ' pwt. the people tre rfjoicing, and . W. M. WAN BDdDKISN READY MADE HATS AND CAPS AIVD Ii THE LINE COFFEE, TEA. SUGAR, "52ra' pepper, soap, FLOUR, . SPICE. CANDLES. MEAL, SODA, TOBACCO, Qneensware, Glassware, Potty, glass, alia, at wholesale and retail, Table Cntlerr. Carpenter' Tool. Door Trimming, . Woodoa Ware of all Einds, CoU L 5f,wb,cn ,re offn for slo cheap, for Cash or Country Produce. Call and examine m vti . purchasing elsewhere. Corn, Oau and PoUtoea taken in exchange for Gooda. ' Pike Peak Emigrants furnished with complete outfits, on the moat reasonable terms. White Clond, April 19, 1860-tf. y. n. VAN DOREN. S. M. PETTENGILL & CO.'S ADVERTISING AGENCY. 119 Asssau St.,N. Y., and 10 Stmt St., ISotlon S. M. PETTENGILL k CO. are the stents for tho "Chief," and the moat influential and largest circulating Newspapers in the United States and the Canadaa. They are authorized to contraat forua at our loweat rates. J. S. POST General Newspaper, Adver tising and Subscription Agent, aecond atorr, north-west corner of Chestnut and Third St., St. Louis, is our authorized Agent in that city, aad is empowered to contract at ear regular rate, and receipt for u. Messrs. ROUNDS t LANGDON. of Chica go, are our authorized Agents for that city. CHICHESTER k SANFORD, Proprietors of the Merchants' Advertising, Commission and Collecting Agency, are Agents for thia paper, in tho cities of Philadelphia and Baltimore. J. E. DUDDERIDGE, of St. Loais, ia an authorised Agent for the Chief. SAMUEL L. JENNINGS. (Saceessor to C. T. Jeaaing at Bro Forwarding and Commission Merchant, WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS. I have jast received a large lot of tD yg) fi eJ g; Which I will sell aa low aa the lowest; and I hare also a fresh supply of FAINTS AND OILS, BRUSHES, WINDOW GLASS, falls, Crackers, Candles, Tobccco, Than which I know there is no better in the market; LIQUORS, Which I will retail from thirty cent to two dollar and a half per gallon. I will pay the hijhest price for Hidea and Far I S. L. JENNINGS april 19, GO-tf. Administrator's Kotice. T ETTERS of Administration, with the will 1 J annexed, were, by the Probate. Court of Nemaba County. Kansaa 1 amtory, granted to John S. Rodgera, 00 the Estate of Henry H. Patterson, deceaaed, beixint date the 'M dar ol April. A. D. 1860. AH peraoas baring claims arainst aaid Estate, are required to exhibit them for allowance, within one year from the date of aaid Letter of Admimatralion, or they may be precluaed from any benefit of aaid Lstate; and if such claims be not exhibited within three year from the date of aaid letteis, they will be forever barred. JUH.M a. KUUUtKS, Executor and Administrator. April 19, 1660-3w. SMALL & CO., Wholesale Grocers, Jfo. 119. Second Strttt, ST. LOUIS, april 12, 60-1 y. KOTICE OF FORECLOSURE. Hit DMritt Ctirt tfthe Send Judicial Di trieff Kmnf Territory,- fitting anXAia and for Brawn Cauntw.for tkt trial if eautet aria- tny unaer us Mies J taia l armor. Kirkbrid Howard ) Order i of Tho ma P. Pennor. Publication. iiN this dar came the plaintil, Kirkbride J Howard, and fled an affidavit, sUting that the aerrice of a summons cannot be had in this Territory; it is therefore ordered by the Clerk, in vacation, that the derenaant, morose r. Pennor. be notified, by publication bring made in the White Cloud Chief, a weekly newspaper nubliahed in DoniDban County, K. U and ol general circulation in Brown County, for aix eonaecntire weeks, of the pendency of this suit, tho object of which is to recover the sum of Three Hundred and eserenty-tme cu-iuu uvi Ian, with interest on a note dated Kickapoe City, K. T., May 13th, 1858, and due in twelve roatha thereafter; and for the decree of a fore ckwure of a certain mortgage mad by the said Thoma P. Pennor, of tame date of note, to aaid plaintiff, by which he eoaveyed the follow ing lands in Brown County, K , T. to wit: the North-west quarter 01 Becuon i. lowiuuip No. S, of Range 15, containing on hundred and aixtv acres, more or less, to secure the navmont of the afureasJd note: aad for aa order of aale oraaia lanaa, taas ue proceeoa mnj us applied for the wawafaetioa or U laagmeot prayed for ia aaid plaintiff petition filed ia any office, and the cost or tais suit; ana toe sua Thomas P. Pennor, defendant, i hereby aoti fied, that unless he plead, answer or denser to the plaintiff a petition, oa or bofore tho 10th day of July, A. D. 1860, the aaid petition will be taken a true, and Jodgmeat rendered accor dingly, and a decree, as prayed for, made for the foreclosure of aaid mortgage,' and the aale of aaid lands. ' In testimony whereof, I hare hereunto aat my hand, aad affixed the eeal of aaid Court, at my office, in the towa of Hiawatha, this 21st day of March, A. D. 1860. . - - L. Mc ARTHUR, Clerk. Bv J. G. Kklsit, D. C. E. H. Galwi-.TlalaUff e Attorney. . V March , 1660-6W, . . r, 1 z - r ft ft ry bushels corn wanted, eJUUU for which the highest market price will be paid, in CASH, npon delivery in White Cloud. C. DANA SATR3. march 1, 60-tf. . JFOK SALE! : fpHE abeeriber offer for aale, oa liberal X Isnu. aaveral choice tracts of Umbered aad prairie land, located near White Cloud The ti sabered tracts will be divided te rait pr eh as era. -T;D. MARKHAN nnnrmnnTnnx i 1 HI II I ji lilllfil CLOTHING, OF GROCERIES: BACOX, LARD, FISH, te. wisdow sash, Garden Rakes, Shorela, Spades, Pocket Cutlerr, Frying Pans. Hoea, c, tc; Eope. Bed Cords, and Twine ! 0 Jts; m o n n 5:0. , e"c-.3' 0.2 x c w r "c s n - - li 2 (i '2r 3 ? S-c-. .? 1 C - " I p - ;9 -tS k. 3. a ft of a STrs 0 -c." 2.9 I g c 3 Din Fl-!-S:S3SE. o ir 5 s " s f?s t - K I c---?2J 3 Oe " J o B o 3 r "JT - - r- - " T3 sr3 o 2 4 a - t -rtiP- .ce-S.s 5i C 0 s-r 3 Zi 2 3 .5 B S- 3 He--r- - E. 2 2 5 3 3 f , c 2 o 2 ?a"cSo r-2 2: c ii o. e to 5 B c J S " o 5 2,3'S 5 5 r-3 2 1 2 - . 5 S o . " - " ra 3 r- 0 8 ? o S3 2,5 S! 3 SS"-- S . 3! S05 2 g ?3 o -c r s -vz Eo s-i --r: r-2 0 5 -is - 2 BS?"- 2 3 ? 3 2 5 Eol Ri ES-'fS ! c k r s- 3-3 S.O.C 3 g X. 2 3 Trf; - - 5 3 9,0 o o e. g 2'5?i'S - S g E I - 2ai e g g. t r r. - a Ct- ? f r r..5, ? o 5 55" E b 3 tt rs 4 5. er 5 . p ? c rf2. - s - -2?rS r-5 5 3 ; ? ." 52.s p a-sr o 0 .3 3 2. .5 -a r-J , a ? -:a2 n 1 - - 3 c - c p s ;; o 2 e S f? Sir's eg" 5 s ice . pal E s 5 V 2 B "; 2 fcaUEinSSt"' 5 '5 St.-"":'- c: p p 5 5 n 5 00 IS-? re 3 JS w 2 2 B - O - E p re -3 e- - j- o 3 e ; 3 ?2 ? S S s h 2 p 3 eri Pv5"2 2 3 2 P W e-3 a rrS"-! 2." 5 E.e ?S C P 3" 3 o 9 S 5 53 si? For sale br Shrere & Macy. White Cloud; Root k Cook. Padonia; Znok A Baldwin, For est Citr; J. E. Burbank, Falls City; Lmqh A Shields, Iowa Point; J. II . Wildy. Highland; Peter A Nepbler, Oregon; and by Dealers gen erally 'dec 15, 53-3m. r. c. sbbetc, a. . h. r. act, . D- SHREVE &. MACY, DRUGGISTS, WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS. tT Dra. Shrer k M-cr attend to the prac tice of Medicine and Surgery. They may be found at the Dreg Sure, when not profession- lly engaged. - . . neo. u, Ctffr CHOICE CIGARS, aad 5 dosea JU U U can of Fresh and Spiced Oysters, ia store aad for aale by nor S4,69-tr. u. Ui.sJAlns. PLOWS I PLOWS! p T AVfXG receiTed aa ageacy rWatkaaa I 1 f ii V a Wat fa eat ntcp . I raa iwersiBwai tt furnish Prairie Plowa of all aisea, doable and f 1 1 TIT IT isi.; single atcei oaoci i ivwi, uvtww, uu uu rator eheap for Cash. ..... . 11' TT T- 1 XT nnonr Whmta Cloudjane 23, 58-tf IlarK Ye ! Hark Ye ! STONE MASONRY. THE" subscriber, being an experienced Stone Mason, and haring located at White Clond, tahea this method of informing the public that he Is ready, on the shortest notice, to undertake all job in "his line, such as building Foundations, Walls, Arches, and also Cisterns. In all such work; he ha had much experience, and flatten himself that he can turn oatjob inferior to bo ether mechanic in the . Territory. . Order are BOOTS SHOES c E. O w 2. cs2 -"CJ ; 5-3 ; c- g S2 ?? S l.?S SrVS 2.SJ 1-3.1 2, So s.2 " 0 f.- a 2 9 6ei2.2" 2" 03. " c 2. - Il r i r 1 'lSXoTe -'""' 8APONIRER. - --: - or'- - Concentrated Lye, THX KEAST TAjTXLT SOAPMAKER. AN indeepeanbl : wherebv.witb tb article In ererr familr. their ordinary kitchen crease combined with the Saponiter, taay caa make all the aoap tbey ase hard, soft, or fancy. It will ask bard water soft, and will dean type to perfection nothing equal it lor cleaning aad scouring. . Pat wp ia air-tight irow boxrs of lib. each, which will aaake, with 4 to ft lbs. common grease, from i to SS gallons elegant aoft aoap, . or 8 to IO lbs. hard. It haa now been ereral year since this ia ralnable article wa first introduced to the Pub lie, and the estimation in which it ia held, whersTer known and tried, and the immense de mand for it from all quartera, are conclusiTO proofs of it real merit and raloe as a family article. - BEWARE OF IMITATIONS 1 The success of our article like that of all die coreries of true merit and raloe, has induced unprincipled parties to imitate it.' We therefore CAUTIN THE PUBLIC against worthless COUNTERFEITS and to take none but the genuine, original and patented article, Mann factored only by the - ' ' PENNSYLVANIA SALT BIANUFACTURING COMPANY, Of Eaat Tarentum, Alleghany Co. Pa. OFFICE AND DEPOT, JTo. 396 Pen St., 7 Abore the Canal BriJge,' PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA. Who also Manufacture of standard quality. Caustic Soda for Soap Makers, Soda Ash, Copperas, Refined Soda Ash, ' Manganese, Sal Soda, Nitric Acid, Cholorrde of Calcium Soda Saleratus, Bleachin: Powder, Sulphric Acid, Aqua Fortia, Muratic Acid, Chloroform, Ettra Refined Snow-White Table, Dairr and Psckirg Salt, warranted entirelr Pare and Dry. put no in ranoua packages ana styles. The only rare salt In the country. FOR SALE BY ALL Store-Keepers ia the United States. 1000 Cases Saponifier, genuine, for sale at manufaeturera, prices in lots to suit purchasers, by ,PIKE & KELLOG april 5, 60-ly. ' St. Louis, Mo MORRIS Su CHENEY A RE on hand, a nsual, with a large and IX. complete assortment of all sixes and pat terns of CcoVrarlor, and lleatlns Stotes, corapnViiiz the latest and most ioiprored 6tyle3 together wilh tl.V, COPPER, AND SHEEt-mOS WARE, in aur onantitT to suit the market all of which will be sold " dirt cheap," for the CASH! We have also on hand BAR IRON AND STEEL, of rarious kinds, to suit the trade. And last, though not least, we will keep a complete as sortment of MOLIXK PLOWS, which, for good qualities, are unsurpassed by an oifler in use. X'"te Cloud, April 5,18C3-ly. Health and Happiness Secured ! THE CON'CEVTRATED CURE THR CONCENTRATED CURE A POWERFUL REMEDY A POWERFUL REMEDY FOR WEAKNESS FOR WEAKNESS FOR EARLY INDISCRETION FOR EARLY INDISCRETION TRY IT! TRY IT ! . TRY IT! TRY IT! Young men who are suffering from the effects of youth fal indiscretion can be surely aud per manently restored by using the Concentrated Care, OR AQUA VITAE ! A Remedy of Great and Certain Power! Thisreroody is put up in small rials, and can be sent by msi'l to any address. A trial will satis fy. Use it for a week, and you will experience a treat benefit. A circular containing full par ticulars, sent (free) on application. Price per bottle, $1. One bottle wilt last a month. N. B. This remedr is suitable for either ex. Address, K. CRUGER, Medical Agent, 742, Broadwar, New York. August II, 1939-1 y. NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE. the District Court of rte Second Judicial Dif trict of Kanoaa Territory,-aittlng within and for Sroten Vounty,for the trial of eautet ant ing under the lam of taid Territory. KirVbriJe Howard ) Order TS. Of John Ollson. ) Publication. iVN this day came the plaintiff, Kirkbride J I Inward, and filed an afEJarit, stating that the service of a summons cannot be bad in this Territory; it is therefore ordered by the Clerk, in racation, that the defendant, John Ollson, be notified, by publication being made in the White Cloud Chief, a weekly newspaper pub lished in Douiphan County, K. T., and of gen eral circulation in Brown County, for six con secutive weeks, of the pendency of this suit. the object ol which is to recover the sum of Three Hundred and Serenty-One Dollar and Eighty Cents, with interest, aa atipu ated in a note given by said John OUwn, defendant, to the plaintiff, Kirkbride ' Howard, and dated Kickapoo City, K. T., May IStb, 1858, due twelve months thereafter; and for the decree of a foreclosure of a certain mortgage made by the said John Ollson, by which he conveyed to the plaintiff. Kirkbride Howard, to secure the payment of the aforesaid sum of money, the following lands in Brown County, K. T., to wit: the Soutb West Quarter of Section 15, Town ship No. 2, of Range No. IS, containing one hundred and sixty acres, more or less and for an order of sale of said land, that the proceed may be appliel for the satislketioa of the judg ment prayed for in aaid plaintiff's petition riled in my 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 plaintiff petition, on or before the 10th day of July, A. D. 1669, the said petition will be taken 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. ., In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my band, and affixed the seal of said Court, at my office, in the town of Hiawatha, thl 21st dav of March, A. D. 1860. L. McARTHUR. Clerk. . ' 7-By J. G. Kaxscr, D. C " Eowiw H. Gaawr. Plaintiff 'a Attorney. March 29. 1 660-6 w. NOTICE. " THE annual meeting of the Stockholder of the White Cloud City Company, will be held at White Clond, oa Monday, the 14th day of May next. A punctual attendance is desir ed, as there ia basin of imporianee to be transacted. O- BAILEY, President. White Cloud. March 29. 1660-tt.. Notice qf AdmioistratToa De goais Xon. LETTERS of Adminlstratiea wpoa the Es tate of Addison Spoon er, deceased, not administered upon by Adelphi Spoooer, late Administratrix, have bec granted to the un dersigned, bv the Probate CQirt of Brosra Cm tv, K T., dated the I0tb day of March, I860. The authority of the aaid Adelphia Spooner ceased on the 0ih day of March, 13C0, by re vocation of leUen. . - . . . ISAAC B. HOOVES. Administrator de bonis ooa of Addiaoa Spooa-i er, deceased. . - March If, 60-3w Entirely New Stock OF' a w ! AT THE ST0SE OF C. DANA SAYRS, WHITE CLOrD! I TAKE pleaaure in informing my friends, and the public generally that I am now re - ceiving a large aad well selected stock of Dry Goods, Groceries Boots & Shoes, Hats & Caps, QJEEXSWIRE, MRDWARE, LIQUORS, NAILS, CORDAGE, FISH, , ASD PRESERVED FSVITS. I shall continue to keep the market soppVied 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 West ern Missouri than here in White Cloud. Thankful for the liberal patronage which has been extended to me by the citixens of Wbita Cloud and surrounding country, I hope to be enabled to merit a continuance of the same, by cheap prices and fair dealing. - C. DANA SAYRS. april 12. 60-tf. STEAM FERRY AT WHITE CLOUD! RUNS regularly on the Missouri . JJSs River, at the following rates: mtr'-',k For crossing a team of 1 pair of horses or mules, or 1 yoke of cattle, and wagon, loaded or empty, $0.75 Three yoke of cattle and w;on, 1 25 One horse and buggy, W Saddle horse and rider, 25 Loose horses, per h aad , 1 Cattle, per head, 10 Hog and sheep, per head, 4 Foot passengers, 10 Northern emigration, from Missouri, Iowa, Illinois, Wisconsin or Michigan, either for Cal ifornia or any part 01 Kansas or soulbern Ne braska, will find a m iil route to thia point, on a State Road from Des Moines, Iowa; and as good roads through Missouri, by way of Savan nah and Oregon, to this place, as to any other point ou the river. There are good landing on both sides of the river; and on the Kansas side, all streams and sloughs, to the Nemaha, have free bridges, recently made for the Gov ernment trains from this place to Salt Lake and Utah. We can say to the California emi gration, that they can strike the old California Road within 12 miles of this place, and they will find good grazing for stock within half a mile of the river, and plenty of wood and water on the route to the Big Blue, only 60 miles from here; and they will find this road over 40 miles shorter than the road from St. Joseph, and over 60 miles shorter than that from Leavenworth. We refer persons to the map, in proof of this statement; and we only ask emigrants and tra vellers te try this route, and we pledge our selves to pass them over the river free, on their return, if they are not satisfied of the foregoing facts. White Cloud hu three or fonr good stores and trading houses; two first-class Hotels; lumber is onlv $15 per 1,000 feet; the country is rapidly filling up; and there is as good a farming region, extending for over 50 miles back of the river, as can be found in anv part of Kansas. M00RE3 k TAYLOR. June 9, 59-1 y. EDWIN H- GRANT, Attorney at faw, NOTARY TUBLIC, AXD REAL ESTATE AGENT, OTNC 1 TH COCST HOtTSE, HIAWATHA, BROWN CO., KANSAS. Will attend promptly to all business entrust ed to him in Brown and the adjoining Countiei dee. 22, 59-1 y. J. C SCOTT, Attorney at Law & Land Agent, SENECA, NEMAHA CO., KANSAS. SPECIAL attention paid to the Collection of Claims in Neiaaha, Marshall and Brown Counties. . REFERENCES: Rnt.tR k Willmns, White Cloud, Kansas. V. D. Markhaw. " J a n Cargill 4 Co.. St. Joseph, Mo. Hot. Saacct. R. Ccrtib, Keokuk. Iowa. E. B. Hale, B inker, Cleveland, Ohio. Hoi. Daiiil R. Tiloew, " " Mosji, Gill & Co., Chicago, Illinois. R. U. Toaaicr, Dist. Cl'k, Nemaha Co., K. T. july 14, 53-1 y. SAMUEL LAPPIN, Land and General Agent. SENECA, NEMAHA CO., KANSAS, Wl LL promptly attend to investing Money, paying Taxes, locating and selling Land Warrants, buying and selling Lands, and mak ing Collections in Northern Kansas and South' ern Nebraska. Office on Main Street. REFERENCES: V. D. Marchiw, White Cloud, Kansas. E. A. PooLtT, Iowa Point, A. C. WiLoca, Leavenworth, ' Giliirt A SraaTTOit, Kickapoo, " . Phillim k Donee, " . " P. L. Honoris. " - R. Dtrrroi. Hiawatha, Lutis k Botd, St. Joseph, Mo. Ozias Baii.tr, Bloom&eld, Edgar Co., Ill -R. J. Gatuio, Indianapolis, lad. june 30, 59-ly. Reduced to $5 a Tear Prepaid. The best and and cheapest periodical in the World. In enseqnenee of the Targe'y increased circu lation, the Publisher of Littell' Living Are, are enabled to reduce the yearly subscription price from $6 to $5. The publisher are deter mined that no expense or lebor shall be spared to make this the magazine for the million! And whilst boldlv challenging competition, claim for it only what ha beea ennoeded by tbe most eminent mem or this country, irom tne time of its first publication, over sixteen years since, to the present day, vii: ' 1. That it is suitable to all classes of reader Statesmen, Professional men. Philosophers, Poets, Students, Merchants, Mechanics and Farmers, all of whoa may derive pleasure and profit from it pages. . - ' 2. That in It ma? be round me cream 01 au the world-renowned Reviewa and Periodicalaof Europe, with original article, and selections from the best fugitive literature of out wwa eouatrv. . - 3. It contain more reading matter thaa any ether magazine in the world; each weekly num ber containing sixty-fbor page and a Fine Steel Portrait, making three thousand three har-tired and twenty-eight page in a year, with fifty-two steel enrrravinfrS. 4. That it is the oldest periodical of it kind fn the country, having beea publiahed over six teen rear- . ...... . , - - 5. That it is the cheapest publication of tb" day, whether it 1 Judged by the quantity or qtnHtvof its contents. -' S. That ao library is perfect without it. : 7. That to those with limited means.it is ao aJmirable tubstitute for a library of miscellane ous book. ' Aad Anally, that as a Familv Ma gazine, it is perfectly uaexceptionable ia au, fpaneeta. Price Five Dollars per annum, of thirteen cents a number, sent bv mail, pot paid, to any address in the United State. ' Tp Clergyiaea, Student and Clnbe. Four Dollars. '. rl DELISSER A raOCTUK, - Ki9, Broadway, New York. . r . Ill I 1 1 u Cheaper than Ever! STEAM SAW MILL In FuK Hilaf! I . . , . . 1 T? f'-?""0 ' ' W k'f Cloud S5tc,lra S"- M;"' u. P1',.,"7 ! annouacinc to the public, that their mill 1 in the very brst order, and they have corompd operation for the season. They are prepared to do sawing of every kind and description, en the shortest notice. They wHI' saw oa the halrea, or fir mney, vary eheap. Thsy wiij constantly keep on hand ALL KINDS or LUM3ER! which they will sail a litt'e eaeapar than oa ba had anywhere else, for Caa'u, or to goad nil on short time. They have also aa excellent Lath Mill, and are preparad at all tiraee to far nish LATHS in any quantity, at low ratea. Give us a call, and satisfy yourselves that w cau dsjust what we aav. WJi: MAUCK k SONS. Whit Clead, March 17. 1653-tf. W. Q. SARGENT. AltornoT and Counsellor at Law, NOTARY PUBLIC. And Commissioner for lffeiae, Massa chusetts, New York, Kentucky, and Missouri. OWN COUNTY. KANSAS. IJP''st OTi.?e Allreas Haml'n, II;awatba. or Pf l n!, Browti Cjuutj, Kansas. XS feb.3,53-ly. CITY HOTEL, WIIITG CLOUD. KANSAS. JOHN It. L'TT, : : : PROPRIETOR. THIS HOUSE, which haa just been enmnlet'd, is one of the largest aad finest in the West. Itis now open to the wtih- lie. and will be kept in a atyle equal to the best Hotels. Every department will be condneted in such a way as to afford the jrreatet amount of comfort to those stopping at the House. TH3 TABU Will at all timea be snnplied with the very best that the market afTorls, both of the aea sariea and the delicacies of life. THE SLEEPING APARTXEIfTS Are roomy and well ventilated, and the bed ding will always be found in good aoaditiea. I3 supplied witb a variety of Liquor, Cigar, Fruits, etc., of a choice quality. There are likewise good Stabling and Feed for Horses, and a competent person to take charge of them. Tie House ca. accommodate a large number of persons, and tuo utmost attention will ever be given to the wants of the publie. April 21, l?5!Mf. Try Wards Telegraph Tonic! "FOR FfcVER AND AfJFE, WHICH ner fails to enre! Warranted, if taken according to directions, to effeet a core. The proprietor can produce a thousand certiorates to those who wish to see them, but docs not think it necessary to display them. as the medicine will recommend itself, if given a trial. Try it once, and satisfy yourself. Warranted perfectly Veeetable and harmless. For sale by Shreve k M.icy, White Cloud; and bv Dealers evervwhere. All orders must be addreed to W. W. WARP, Mansion Ho'ise, Leavenworth Citv, Kansas. General Agent for Kansas, Nebraska, and the Western States. july 2l,59-3m. rMPOHTAUT FACTS FOR EAST WARD BOUHD TRAVELLERS ! Read and Freservo for Fotore Refer ence!! TJapirallelled Spscd an Comfort from the Fros tier to ue aea aaore 1 Inauguration of a Nrto Era in tla HUtorj of Kantat and Kebrtsia. Chicago, Burlington & Qiiacy It. K. Ol SID AKTER AtJOrST 17, 1S59, TRAVTLLtRS rsoM wrsTrai Missouri, Kansas anl nrsRa a, can start from St JosKrtt at 6 A. M Arrive at Qnincv at 7.01) r.w., same day Chicago, " Detroit, " Tiledo, " Cleveland, at7.I5a.ai.next " at6.30r.a-. " at 4 10 r. " - at9 4Sr. at. " at 3.35 a. j.5nd " Pittsburg, Suspension Brldge.at 4.00 .!." BnrTilo, at 4 45 a. at. " Piii!a.llphia, at 5 10 r a. - New York, at 9.30 r. u. - - Boston. at Midnteht Time Through from St. Joseph to Rew York f!3 .1-2 Honrs. Time Thron;h frrm St. Joseph to Boston 66 Hoars, including; all stops. No Route except vis Quincy and CM- cao caa make thi time I From Quiniy Eaticiri. Sleeping Cart on aU Xiyht Train. Tickets via this Route for Sal at all the offleee. and on the Boats of the Hannibal and St. Josenh Rail Road. Pnrchrtse ThronTh Tickets and Save Money Bt Sure and get Tielrrtt via Chicago and Quinoo R mU ! ! SAAl'L POWELL, Gen'l Ticket Agent. C. G. HAMMOND, Gen'l Superintend D. S. Lovuor, Ag't, St. Joseph. ept. 1, 59-3m. Brace's New Tork Type-Foundrj. HAS now oa hand aa Immaase stock of Romsn Tvpe. Fancy Type. Copperplate Script. German Type Muic Type, Ornament, Chess and Checker Type, Border, Brass and Metal Rnloa, Leada. Bras and Electro. Ciiele sad Ellipse. Labor Saving Rules, ' Corner QnaeU Metal Furniture, etc. The tvpe are all east by stesm power from the hard metal peculiar to thia Foondrv. The unerinalled rapidity ia the process of easting enable me to tell the- snore durable tvpe at the lowest price of ordinary type, either fr cash or credit. Presses. Wood Tvpe, Ink, Cases, S tick, ., furnished t the manufacturer' lowest price A Specimen pamphlet of Fonts of Letter only, and price, mailed to printing office. a Ue re ception of seven cents, te pre-pay the pce'ag. Printers of Newspaper who e boose te putxi thia advertisement, including thia eot. three time before the 1st day of August, 1959. aad forward me one of the papers, will be allowed their bills, at the time er making a pwrrse from ma ef five time lb aareent'f ssy aaaav factor. Addrce. EOFU HKVVK.. IS. Chambers rweet, New York. juaeS3,1859. So- IraportMt t Farmers ! METROPOLIS FLOUR MILLS, . , 1.EAVEN WORTH, KANSAS. rrvlE proprietor ef these Mill are aewrea X dy to receive the new crop of Wheat, aad thev would particularly call the attention of FARMERS to the importance of threshing, eleaning and getting their wheat to market at the earliest possible time, to avoid damage and lose by letting it remain in the field till the Fall rain come on. 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