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nou thi treat "CW; BMk ; IsUlltetaMt OF " - " fiXO.O. OTIBHEE, , . 419 Caestaet Street, " PHILADELPHIA. THE ' LIFE OF GEM SAMUEL HOUSTON, THE BUSTER, WARRIOR. : PATRIOT, TEXAN HERO Pa onlj anthentio memoir of him r- 'fL folome, 12mo.. cloth. 402 page J sure you that the beat place in the conn illustrations. Price il.00. An try to buy books, is at the large and re- illustrations. MMIDt of tb ;nt of the Drice and 21 cenU si- ditiousl for Postage, a eopy of the book. toesther ltD nanasome present, worm 71 tA rnts to $100. will bo sent to y address in the United States. Tlfiof Samutl Etutton, G. O. Esant, U J . Philadelphia." wfbrs is no campaign id modern mil ftirj history which for its extent, al tioorh attended with anch disastrous re. alts, although eTentaally ending in the libtrty of the Republic, than that con. Jm-ud br General Samuel Houston, do- ' nut the years 1836-37, in the defence of .t. ..t.j .v. r. fin Americana men muw upuu iuo nuu ttin of Mexico. In a brief period, with a small band of Heroes hastily raised en mast, snd illy" armed and accoutred, the brilliant defence of the Alamo, was made forever glorious by the bloody massacre, perpetrated by the Mexican. This on fortooste event which ahowed valuable lauoot and glorious illustrations of the valor of our citizen soldiers, and of the grains of the Great Chief and Hero, oogbt not to be forgotten or hastily glan ced over. It is believed that the cam paign daring the Texan war has not re ceived foil justice in the narratives which were published, the numerous merits of which were marred by eerioua errors. By comparing these various versions.' and by consultation with those who played prominent parts in this event of our his tory. it is believed that this Biography of the Texan Hero, which is divested of eambrons details of military technicali ties, is as faithful and exact as it is prac tieabls to render a narrative of this de scription. The sole desire of the anthor has been to do full justice to American valor and patriotism, and to present truthful and vivid pictures of that memorable war, and of the conduct of the Great Chief who springing from the people, a frontier warrior, without acience, art or experience in military afTiirs, was enab throtigh the smiles of Providen'-e. by his stout heart, hia sagacious intellect, and ardent patriotism, to repel, punish and nearly destroy some of the most mercena ry eoldiera that were ever sent forth by sny power on the earth. Onght such deeds be permitted to fade from the mem ories of a patriotic people T No 1 it is a reproach to the present generation, that there is not more spirit exercised by our government in defending: the rights of our citizens snd extending that protection to them' which hss ever been sanctioned by every true son of liberty. Address GEO. G.EVAXS. Publisher. No. 439 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. JTTST PUBLISHED, THB LIFE OF THE WIFE OF NAPOLEON I. CECIL B. HARTLEY," Author of Life of "Col. Da-rid Crock ett," "Col. Daniel Boone," etc., WITH A SPLENDID PORTRAIT ESORAVKD OS STEEL. One volume, 12 mo, cloth, 877 pages. Price $1,00. And upon receipt of the Price, with 21 cents additional for Poet g. a copy of the Book, together with a handsome present, worth from 50 cents to $100, will be sent to any addres in the United States. FROM THE PREFACE. The Empress Josephine wss one of the most remarkable of all the extraordinary characters who rose into conspicuous pub he positions in consequence of the French Devolution. Wonderful were the events or her life. With the kindest and most fractionate of human hearts, she united the sternest principle of rectitude and a comprehensive genius. Is i political foresight, her superiority to Mpoleon ia now universally recog- nixed. Had be listened to her admoni . tions, bis empire might have been averted. " worthy of notice that this political fores,ght and ability has been inherited &7 ner descendants two of whom. Na poleon in. and P,dro II. respectively the present Emperors of France . and of Bra,!, are among the ablest sovereigns wreigaing in the world. The events of Josephine' life, and re .ttsrkable trait of character which ahe .P.1' the most amazing vicia. "- of fortnne, afford not only "an ex T"g"T interesting but highly instruc tive lesson to all who read ber biogrspby. i mpKt W ctntT' uk" " a m,J challenge comparison with history y 0th6r Wtoric1 P80-"" JPone constantly looked to the glo ry of F ranee and the fame of her husband the two most desirable object. When spoleo desired to perpetuate hi dy- bT second marriage which might yield him a male heir to hi throne. Jo pame aohlr lunfiwi i .m ri ;',. . J -iviw ava wt ewaauej - ILW WM to,i migat eyentuate to te ad vanUg of France. In hia adversi- .VT this true woman forgot all but their "Ppy year of wedded love remember. ni thU ,h hU fcen repudiated, bnt wu nnrortnnat. ' have freely drawn upon "various Mtbors, who have recorded anecdote and 'ts of Josephine, a related to them, ' the tender regret of affection, which, "5 We, leeognisod ber full Taloe, by polon himaelf. in hi dosing year. f l hoped that the book will be loundwlUbleMwell.a enterUiniwr. or troth. yt it is the very Romance "-r.-sr.piiy. , : . V1" of either of the above book. EMPRESS WUU BUawmi UIO. WOllb frAm Rft cent to 8100. .will be tent to any peraoo ia the United Strtes, upon receipt of $1 and 21 cent! to pty postage, by address' ing the publisher, who ii desirous of wil ing your ettentioa to hit liberal method of tnrtuecting business, i : With EACH BO OK that it lovgkt at hit EttaUithtntnt, A PRESEXT it giren north from. FIFTY CEJTS to ONE RUXDRED DOLLARS. The Present are of good quality and of the best Manufacture, and comprise a large assortment of Gold and Silver Watches, 8ilver Pitted Ware. Silk Dress Patterns, Jewelry, etc. etc etc., too no merona to mention. Send for a eomplelt CUuiifUi Cola logut of Bookt, which will be mailed to yon free of expense, and one trial will as lisble gift book establiahmcnt of Publisher, and Originator of the Girt Book Beatings, No. 439 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. Waihihotov, May2- 1 he mends hereof the aecedera at Charleston openly avow their policy to be that or throwing the election into the Honae by running three or fonr tickets. Once there, tbey count on fifteen South ern States, together with California and Oregon, to elect their man. This plan involves keeping ont Kansas until the next session, which they nave the power to do through the Senate. Pious Old Bock. It is stated that the President ' telegraphed to his friends at Charleston not to send him dispatches on the Sabbath. White Cload Markets. Floar, V sack, (203i0. Wheat, f buahel, Oats, . 60c.fl.00. 10c la ear, 90s.; shelled, 30c 40c 2530c $1.00. Corn, Corn Meal, PoUtoas, White Beans, . Hungarian Seed, 50c Hides, Tp lb., grees, 4c; drv. 10c Baeoa Sides, Shoulders snd Hams, 10(31 le. Lard, 10c Tallow, 10s. 10c 12c 10c S0c.$1.00. 30c.$1.50. $2J0. 2.00. $4.50. $1.00(310. $2.50. $2.00. Sugar, Coffee, Butter, EKgs, ? dos.. Molasses, f gal.. Whiskey, Buckwheat Flour, Tp 100 ft a.. Salt. aack. Nails, 100 9s., Lumber, green, T$ 100 feet, Shingles. $ 1,000, Wood, 7p eord. Smux Eirrriom often canse obstinate sores. and frightful ulcers. Tbey should always be taken ia time. An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Remember that these eruptions can be checked and cured b.v Curtia' Original Mamaluke Liniment. It ahould be applied immediately, and will be found to act like a charm. This is a fact already well known. Those who have given it a trial con aidir it the best article of the kind to be bad. It should be kept constantly inths hoase.as by having it always ready at hand, mncb suffering may be prcveuted, and the year's expenses win show an astonishing taring in the way of doc tor's bills. Bear in mind that Curtia! Compound Syrup of Sassafras is becoming the most popular reme dy of the age. Experience hss tested it effi cacy. It will cure, and has cured, everything for which it is reummended. See advertisement in another colama. may 10. WAKEFIELD V MORTON, Architects and Builders, WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS. WE have formed a co-partnership, in the above business, and are now prered to eon tract for and execute all kinds of work in our line. We will also make out plana ana speciGcatione for buildings of every description, on short notice. rknw f rm will Km rMannahl. aad we flatter ourselves that our work will stand the test of the closest inspection. R. S. WAKEFIELD, may 10, 60-tf. JOHN P. MORTON. Look Out lor the Muley! Lumber! Lumber! THE undersigned have taken and fitted np in complete order, the Steam Saw-Mill in Whit Cloud, known as the "Moley Mill," where they keep constantly on hand a supply of good Lumber, for sale at the lowest prices, for Cash. Any bill ef lumber required, will be filled with dispatch. We trill also saw lumber ea the halves, or cheap for cash, on abort notice. This mill does work eqaal to the best in the country. Give as a call. G RUM LET FAIR ALL. White Cloud, April 19. 1860-tf. ORDER OF PUBLICATION. Ia the District Court of the Second Judicial District of K iotas Territorv. aittiag within and far the County of Brown, for the trial of causes arising under the laws ! said l ern tory. March 24th, A. D. 1860. Andrew J. Boston ) vs. Attachment. James A. McGuire.) ON this dsy came the plaintiff, and filed his affidavit, stating that the defendant, James A. McGuire, is a son resident of the Territory of Kansas, and cannot be served by a process issued ont of this Court; it is therefore ordered by the Clerk, in vacation, that the said defend ant be notified, br publication being made ia the White Clond Chief, a weekly newspaper published in Doniphan County, and of general circulation in Brown County, for aiz consecu tive weeks, of the pendency of this suit, the object of which let obtain judgment for Four Hundred and Thirty-Two Dollars and Fifty Cents, together with the interest on the tame, and toeeoateofeait; and the said defendant, James A. McGuire, is hereby notified that bis property has been attached to pay the said earn, and that anient he appear, plead, answer or demur to the plaintiff'a petition herein filed, on or before the first day of June, A. D. 1860, the petition will be taken as true, and judg ment rendered accordingly, and his property told to say the same. Witaea L. McArthnr. Clerk of said Court, with the seal thereof affixed, at my office, in Hiawatha, this 34th dav of March, A. D. 1860. L- McARTHUR. Clerk. . - By J. G. KtLsir, D. C. W. W. GcTiraiK, Attorney for Plaintiff. . . May3,1860-w. 8MALL & CO.. . ; Wholesale 'Grocers, - irV. 119. Second Strut, ST. LOUIS. april 13, 60-ly. rnfiA BUSHELS CORN wanted, OUUU for which the highest marietpriee will be paid, in CASH, apoa aehverj ta White Cloud. . C DAV A SATRS-' i march 1, CO-tX. 111 ' The crisis is past, the people are rejoicing, and - W. EH. VAN BOKJE1N.. Has just returned from the East, with the largest snd best selected stock of Goods ever offer ed in this market, and ia ready to wait on hia old customers, and all who are disposed to give hiss a call. He has now on hand a complete assortment of READY MADE HATS AND -IN THE LINE OF GROCERIES: COFFEE, MOLASSES, PEPPER, . SOAP, BACON, TEA. FLOUR, . SPICE, CANDLES, LARD, SUGAR, MEAL, . SODA, TOBACCO, , FISH. c. Qoeensware, Glassware, PUTTY, 6LA88, Nails, at wholesale and retail, Table Carpenters' Tools, Door Trimmings. Wooden Ware of all Kinds, Coil Ail of which are offered for aale cheap, for Cash or Country Produce. Call and examine mv stock before purchasing elsewhere. Corn, Oats and Potatoes taken in exchange for Goods. Pike's Peak Emigrants furnished with complete outfits, on the moat reasonable terms. White Cloud, April 19, 1860-tf. W. II. VAN DOREN. S. M. PETTENGILL & CO.'S ADVERTISING AGENCY. 119 Nmu StN. Y., mmd 10 Stmt St., Boston S. M. PETTENGILL k CO. are the agents for the "Chief, 'and the most influential and largest circulating Newspapers in the United States and the Canada. They are authorised to contract for us at oar lowest rates. J. S. POST, General Newspaper, Adver tising and subscription Agent, second storv, north-west corner of Chestnut and Third Sis., St. Louis, is our authorised Agent in that city, aad ia empowered to contrast at our regular rates, snd receipt for us. Messrs. ROUNDS k L ANGDON, of Chica go, are our authorized Agents for that city. CHICHESTER SANFORD, Proprietors of the Merchants' Advertising, Commission and Collecting Agency, are Agents tor this psper, in the cities of Philadelphia aud Baltimore. J. E. DUDDER1DGE. ef St. Louis, is aa authorized Ageat for the Chief. SAMUEL l JENNINGS (Successor to C. F. Jennings li Bro.,) Forwarding and Commission Merchant, WHITE CLOUD. KANSAS-- ... c. I have just received a large lot of Which I will sell as low as the lowest; and I have also a fresh supply of rilNTS AND OILS, BRUSHES, WINDOW GLASS, Hails, Crackers, Candles, Totccco, Than which I know there ia no better in the market; c-, ' LIQUORS. Which I TH retail from thirty cents to two dollars and a half per gallon. I will pay the hiehest price for slides and Fnra ! S. L. JENNINGS. april 19, 60Af. Manny's Patent, Adjustable, Self Raking Mower and Reaper Combined I IS now conceded to be the best Reaping Ma chine extant. It has been brought nearer to perfection than any other, ia more simply constructed, and will do better work. The self raker can be detached in a moment's time, thus adapting it to the reaping and mowing of fallen and tangled grain and gram. Testimonials as to the value and superiority of this Machine hare come from all parts of the country, snd a trial ia all that is oeeded to give entire satis faction. Its comparative cheapness is by no means an unimportant considerition. Manufactured at Freeport, Illinois. Price of Machines, at the shop, $135, cash. m " - 145, half cash. ' Self Raking Attachment, 2, cssh. 2A, half cash. I am agent for the sale of three Machines in Northern Kaiwas. O. C. WHITNEY. White Clond, April 26, 1860-tf. NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE, a tie DMrUt Crl t ftke Seeeaaf Judicial Dis trict eA'easM Territory, tilting within and for firesns Cnntw.frr the trial i f can aril ing under the lawt f laid Territory. Kirkbride Howard ) Order vs. J of Thomas P. Pennor. ) Publication. ON this day came the plaintiff, Kirkbride Howard, and lied 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 Cloud Chief, a weekly newspaper published in Doniphan County, K. T., and of general circulation in Brown Coanty, for six consecutive weeks, of the pendency of this suit, the object of which is to recover the sum of Three Hundred and Seventy One 80-100 Dol lars, with interest on a note dated Kickapoo City, K. T-, May 13th, 1858, and due in twelve moatha thereafter; and forlhe decree of afore closure of a certain mortgage made by the said Thomas p. Pennor. of same date of note, to aaid plaintiff, by which he eoavered the follow ing lands in Brown County, K , T. V) wit: the North-West Quarter of Section 15, Township Now S, of Range 15, containing one hundred and sixty acres, more or less, to secure the payment of the aforesaid note; and for an order of sale of said lands, that the proceeds may be applied for the satisfaction of the lodgment prayed for in said plaintiff's petition filed ia my office, aad ths eost of this suit; and. the said Thomas P. Pennor, defendant, ia hereby noti fied, that aniens be plead, answer or demur to the plaintiff'a petition,- on er before the 10th day of July, A. D. 1S60,- the said petition will bw taken aa troe, and judgment rendered accor dingly, aad a decree, aa prayed for, made for the foreclosure of said mortgage, and the sale of said lands. In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set v hand, and affixed the seal of aaid Court, at my oSos, la the town of Hiawatha, this 31st day of March, A. D. I960. . L. McARTHUR, Clerk. By J. H. Ksxarr, D. C E. H. Gearr, Plaintiff'a Attorney, i March 89, 1860-Aw. . ; FOR sale: rpHE subscriber offers for sale, ra liberal X terms, several choice tracts of timbered sad prairie lands, located near White Clond The timbered traces will be divided to eait pnr ehaaars. D. MARKHAM White Clewa seat. 1t 59-tf. ; PI 111 CLOTHING. WI5D0W SASH, Cutlerr, Garden Rakes, Shovels, Spades. Pocket Cutlery, Frying Pans, Hoes, Ac, cc; Rope, Bed Cords, and Twine ! ron iorrs ct o a its; 5,,"'-' 5 C- ww M 3 a r 3 - s 2 5"s3 i 2-a 2. 5 S 2." 5 S 2 2 a t 5 5 - . 13 9 e 02 "2 S tr 5" c a ciH? inn r 1 a s s 4 - rc La ?T 5 a? 2,1 2 -" o P c a 5 - i :.o-js Is.- S c-atr-S I -sc 2 z : o' " O . i J 2 -?2 3 2 t a -a o - 2 : o" 5 S ' ? 3 7 -5-15 a--S 13 S.g i-, 51.IPJ, 3 a a a r "2 - a '2-222- 2 s-S.s.'S- 2. 5 W MM a r c- -5 E A m e K 5?. o ? J 2 2.2.53 2 3 Z o 1 o 3-5 . e g 2 -l9;- 2 3 s.E 5 5 3 3 " ? 3 7 M m i - . " 3. 3 rn2 0.; Z 5 2.3 r m -o o m m 3 r ? - 3 t 2. pi c-rj 5 oj-?5 5 3 "'S is;; 0 "a C V 3"g a 3 a o 2 s;S2 0 2, a s rrj r-n n KS2 o.a C5 . For sale bv Shreve A Macy, White Cloud; Root A Cook, Padonia; k Baldwin, For est Citv; J. E. Burbank, Falls City; Leigh k Shields, Iowa Point; J. H. Wildy. Highland; Peter k Nephler, Oregon -u and by Dealers gen trail v rdee. 15, 59-3m. T.c.aaasvc.H. a. n. r. aacv, a. p. SHREVE Sl MACY, D II U G GISTS, WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS. 17 Drs. Shreve k Mey attend to the prae tice of Medicine and Snrjery. They may be foand at the Dreg Store, when not profession ally engaged, feb. S3, 60-tf. Qfinn CHOICE CIGARS, and 5 dosen e)UUU cans of Fresh and Spiced Oysters, ia store and for aale by nov U, 59-tf. . C. DANA SATRS. PLOWS! PLOWS I rV I HAVING received aa agency if from the manufacturer, I aa prepared to furnish Prairie Plows of all aises, double and single steel Shovel Plows, Harrows, and Calti rators cheap for Cash. W. H. VAN DOREN. White Olead.jwne S3. 69-tf Hark Yd Hark Ye! STONE MASONRY. THE subscriber, being sn experienced Stone Mason, and having located at White Clond, takes this method of informing the public that he is ready, on the shortest notice, to undertake all jobs in hia line, such as building Foundations, Walla, Arches, and also Cisterns. In all such work he has had much experience, and flatters himself thst he ean torn out jobs inferior to no ether mechanic ia the Territorv . Orders are respectfully solicit ee. jaeeH.S,tf ", r". -0- C WIJTT3ET. BOOTS SHOES S 3 3 " r S3 o i ?M.'--'.2 o- 3 ,3 ?sr o E." S3-2 8 c o S S S t - 3 5 2 s -g 2 of J n.?Sti. et' r i? 3 .aSft;"?., -cajQ . "1 S 22as22jrg;?2 a: i " 0 ?S !S3SiS0 a"3:i 5 g o.- 2 2 " " 2 2 s ? 65'5, 2 9 - 2 :s mm.1T 3 i.i O 31 k e C Ssiiffll-sss-S'sisfp'-ai SS-r?53 5s-3-i:--la--si 5 s 12.2 " s 2 OTl o v - s E?-2.S.?e-ss3ii5S.-. o a. 1 3 a aSsI S 00 m. e , S 21" a S?io.' Is. S s W " S 3-TS S.' s3 H o5- og-g- -i Si. S3 -i03a taeg - o e . e !riaa,2. a?8?S "l-S 5 i- -S?2?2 3S23 er.- SAPONIFIER, OR Concentrated Lye, TEX RZAST FAaTUT . SOAP MAKER. AN indespensible article in every family, whereby, with their ordinary kitchen grease combined with the Saponifier, they ean make all the soap they ase hard, soft, or fancy. It will make hard water soft, and will clean type to perfection nothing equals it lor cleaning aad scouring. - Pat ap ia air-tight iron boxee ef lib. each, which will snake, with 4 to a lbs. common crease, Irons 19 to ti gallons elegant soft soap, or g to IO Iks. hard. It has now been several years since this in valuable artiste was first introduced to the Pub lic, aud the estimation in which it is held, wherever known snd tried, and the immense de mand for it from all quarters, are conclusive proofs of its real merit and value as a family article. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS! The success of our article like that of alt dis coveries of true merit and value, has induced unprincipled parties to imitate it. We therefore CAUTIAN THE PUBLIC against worthless COUNTERFEITS and to take none but the genuine, original and patented article, Manu factured only by the PE5KSYLVAWIA SALT MANUFACTURING COMPANY, Of East Tarentasn, Allewhany Co. Pa. OFFICE AND DEPOT. .Vo. 396 Penn St., Above 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, Choloryde of Calcium Soda Saleratus, Bleaching Powder, Sulphric Add, MuraticAeid, Aqua Fortis, Chloroform, Etra Refined Snow-White Table, Dairy and Packing Salt, warranted eatirely Pure and Dry, put uo in various packages and atylee. Ths only Pure Salt In the country. FOR SALE BY ALL Store-Keepers in the United States. 1000 Cases Saponifier, genuine, for sale at manufacturers, prices in lots to suit purchasers, b' ,P1KE k KELLOG april 5, 60-ly. . St. Louis, Mo. MORRIS & CHENEY ARE on hand, as usual, with a large and complete assortment of all sizes and pat terns of Cook, Parlor, and Heating Stores, comprising the latest snd most improved styles; together with TIN, COPPER, AXD SHEET-IKON WARE, in say quantity to suit the market all of which will be sold ' dirt cheap," for the CASH! 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 anv other in use. White Cloud, April 5, 1660-ly. Health and Happiness Secared ! THE CONCENTRATED CURE THE 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 youthful indiscretion can be surely and per manently restored by using the Concentrated Care, OR AQUA VITAK! A Remedy of Great and Certain Pswsr! Thisremedy is put np in small vials, and can be sent bv mail to any address. A trial will satis fy. Use it for a week, and you will experience a great benefit. A circular coutaining full par ticulars, sent (free) on application. Price per bottle, $1. One bottle will last a month. N. B. This remedv Is suitable for either sex. Address, K. CRUGER, Medical Agent. 742, Broaiiway, New York. August 11, 1 859-1 y. NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE. In (he District Court of the Second Judicial Die trict of Kama Territory, titling within and for Brown County, for the trial of cauttt ant ing under the lawt of taid Territory. Kirkbride Howard ) Order vs. of John Ollson. ) Publication. ON this day came the plaintiff, Kirkbride Howard, and filed an 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, John Ollson, be notified, by publication being made in the White Cloud Chief, a weekly newspaper pub lished in Doniphan County, K. T., and of gen eral circulation in Brown County, for aix con secutive weeks, of the pendency of this suit, the object ol which is to recover the sua of Three Hundred and Seventy-One Dollars and Eighty Cents, with interest, as stipu'sted in a note given by aaid John Ollso, defendant, to the plaintiff, Kirkbride Howard, and dated Kickapoo City, K. T, May 15th, 1858, doe 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 South We?t Quarter of Section 15, Town ship No. 2, of Range No. 15, containing one hundred and aixty acres, more or less; and for an order of aale of said land, that the proceeds msy be appliel for the satisfaction of the judg ment prayed for in said plaintiff'a petition filed in my office, and the costs of this suit; and the said John Ollson, defendant, is hereby notified, that aniens he plead, answer or demur to the plaintiff's petition, oa or before the 10th day of July, A. D. 1860, the said petitioa will be taken aa 'true, and judgment rendered accordingly, and a decrew, as prayed for, made for the fore closure of aaid mortgage, and the aale of said lands. - In testimony whereof, I have hereanto set my hand, and affixed the seal of said Court, at my office, in the town of Hiawatha, this 21st day of March, A. D. 1 860. L. McARTHUR, Clerk. By J. G. Kxxacv, D. C. Edwin H. GsaT. Plaintiff's Attorney. . March 29, 1360-6w. NOTICE. THE annual meeting of the Stockholders of the White Cloud Citv Compsay, will be held at White Clond, oa Monday, the 14th day of Mav next. A punctual attendance ia desir ed, as' there ia baainess of importance to be transacted. O. BAILEY, President. - White Cload. March 29, 1860-U. Notice of Administration De Eooii Son. LETTERS of Administration npoa the Es tate ef Addison S poorer, deceased, not administered npoa by Adelpbia Spooaer, late Administratrix, have been granted to the an dersigned, bv the Probata eooxt of Brown Conn tv, K- T-. da'ted the 10th day of March, I860. The authority of the said Adelpbia Spooaer ceased on the 10th day of March, I860, by in vocation of letters. ' ISAAC B. HOOTER. AdmicistrstorVe Kroit wm of AdF soa Saoo er, deceased. Marsh 19, 60-lw. Entirely lYew Stoclijn OF & '! AT THS STORE OF C. DANA SAYRS, WHITE CLOrD! I TAKE pleas ore 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 k Shoes. Hats k Caps, QtEEXSWIRE, HARDWIRE, LIQUORS, NAILS, COKDAGE, FISH, AXD PRESERVED FRUITS. , I shall continue to keep the market supplied with every article usually found in a Western Store, snd can assure all cash and prompt men that they cannot do better in Kansas or West ern Miseoon than here in White Clond. Thankful for the liberal patronage which has been extended to me by the citixene of While Cloud and surrounding country, I hope to be enabled to merit a eoutinaance of the same, by cheap prices and fair dealing. C. DANA SAYR3. april 12. 60-tf. STEAM FERRY AT WHITE, CLOUD! RUNS regularly on the Missoari River, at the" following rates: 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 wagon, 1 35 J One horse and buggy, ' Saddle borse ana rider, 33 Loose horses, per h e J , 1 Cattle, per head, 10 Hogs and sheep, per head, 4 Foot passengers, 10 Northern emigration, from Missouri, Iowa, Illinois, Wisconsin or Michigan, either for Cal ifornia or any part of Kansas or Southern Ne braska, will find a mtil route to this point, on a State Road from Des Moines, Iowa; and as good roads through Missouri, by way of Savan nah and Oregon, to this place, as to sny other point on the river. There sre 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 plsce. and they will find good grazing for stock within half a mile of the river, and plenty of wood aad water on the route to the Big Blue, only 80 miles from here; and tbey will find this road over 40 miles shorter than the road from St. Joseph, and over 80 miles shorter than that from Leavenworth. We refer persons to the map, in proof of this tstement; snd we only ask emigrants and tra vellers to try this route, and we pledge our selves to pass them over the river free, on their return, if tbey are not satisfied of the foregoing Tacts. White CIouJ has three or four good stores and trading bouses; two first-class Hotels; lumber is only $15 per 1,000 feet; the country is rapidly filling up; and there is ss good a farming region, extending for over 50 miles back of the river, as can be found in anv part efKanws. MOORES k TAYLOR. June 9, 59-ly. EDWIN H. GRANT, Attorney at Law, X0T1RT rUBLIC, AXD REAL. ESTATE AGENT, (orricc 19 THB COOBT HOCSI, HIAWATHA, BROWN CO., KANSAS. Will attend promptly to all business entrus ed to him in Brown and ths adjoining Countiei dee. 22, 59-1 v. J. C SCOTT, AltorncT at Law k Land Anent. SENECA, NEMAHA CO, KAN3A3. SPECIAL attention paid to the Collection of Claims in Nemaha, Marshall aad Brown Counties. REFERENCES: Bnita k Williams, White Cloud, Kaaaaa. V. D. Mass-haw, -Junes CaaoiLL A Co., St. Joseph, Mo. Hon. SaaoxL R. Coins, Keokuk, Iowa. E. B. Halc, Banker, Cleveland, Ohio. Ho. DaiiCL R. Tildih, " Mu-t, Gill k Co., Chicago, Illinois. R. U. Toaarr, Diat. Cl'k. Nemaha Co., K. T. July 14, 59-ly. SAMUEL LAPP1N. Land and General Agent, SENECA, NEMAHA CO., KANSAS. VTT1 LL promptly attend to investing Money, v V paying Taxes, locating and selling Land Warrants, buying and selling Lands, and mak ing Collections ia Northern Ksnsas aad South- ern Nebraska. Office on Main Street. REFERENCES: y. D. MaaKHaa, White Cloud. Ksnsas. . E. A. Poolct, Iowa Point, A. C. WiLoxa, Leavenworth, " GiLsxar k STaarroN, Kickapoo, " Phillips k Donee, " " P. L. Hcoons, R. Dotto. Hiawatha, " Likivs k Born. St. Joseph, Mo. Osias BaiLSV, Bloomfield, Edgar Co., 111. R. J. Gavtjfte, Indianapolis, Ind. jane JO, 59-ly. RedBcet to 5 a Tear rrepald. The best and aad cheapest periodical la the World. In enseqnenee of the largely Increased circa lation, the Publishers of Littell's Living Age, are enabled to reduce the yearly subscription price from $6 to $5. The publishers are deter mined that no expense or lebor shall be spared to make this the magaxine 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 time of its first publication, over sixteen years since, to the present day, vix: j 1. That it is suitable to all clashes of readers Statesmen, Profeaeional men. Philosophers. Poeta, StadenU, Merchants, Mechanics and Farmers, all of whom may derive pleasure and profit from its pagee. 2. That in it may be found the cream of all the world-renowned Reviews and Periodicals of Europe, with original articles, and selections from the best fugitive literature of oar own country. .... 3. It contains more reading matter than any other magaxine ia the world; each weekly num ber containing sixty. four pages and a Fine Steel Portrait, making three thousand three hur-dred and twenty-eight pages in a year, with fifty-two steel engravings. 4. That it is the oldest periodical of Us kind in the country, hsviag beea published over six teen years. 5. That It is the cheapest publication of the day. whether it ia Judged by the quantity or quality of its contents. S. That ao library is perfect without it. 7. That to those with limited means, it is sa admirable substitute for a library of miscellane ous books. And finally, that aa a Family Ma gaxine, it is perfectly unexceptionable ist aO leeoects- Priee Five Dollars per aimera, or thirteen cease a number, seel by mail, poet paid, to any address ia the United States. To Clergymen, Students and Clubs. Four Dollars. PELISSER k PROCTOR. "r V ' ' 408, Broadway, New York. SPRING SUMMER III IK Cheaper than Ererr ST In Full THE nn.lersigned, proprietors of theWnlle Cloud Steam Saw Mill, take pleasara ha announcing to the public, that their mill ia in the very best order, aad thev have commeaeed operations fir the eeon. They are prepared to do sawing of every kind and description, ea the short tit notice. They will saw oa the halves, or for money, very cheap.- They will coastaaitr keep oa hand ALL KIND3 OF LUMBER! which thev will sell a little eheaner haa eaa j be had anywhere else, for Cash, or to good mea on short time. 1 aev nave aise an exeu Lath Mill, and are prepared at all timee to fur aih LATHS in any quantity, at low rates. Giro na a call, arid satisfy yourselves that we caa do just what wesav. WM.' MAUCK k S0N8, . White Cload, March 17. 1859-tf. W. Q. SARQENT, Attorney and Coansellor'at Lav, NOTARY PUBLIC. Aad Commissioner for Malee, Massa chusetts, New York. Ke a tact ft and Missouri. OWN COUNTY. KANSAS. 'iTPxt OHee AJdre HeinlTn, Hiawatha, or Pa1onia, Brown County, Kansas. XI feh. 3, 59-ly. CITY HOTEL. WHITE CLOUD. KANSAS. JOHN II. ITTT, I 1 : PROPRIETOR. rPHIS HOUSE, which has just been L eomoleted, is one of the largest and " finest in the West. It is now open to the sub- lie, and will be kept in a style equal to the beat Hotels. Every department will be conducted in such a way as to afford the greatest amoaat of comfort to those stopping at the Hoase. THS TABU Will at all times be supplied with the very best that the market affords, both ef the aeeee series and ths delicacies of life. THE SLMPrsO APARTKJT1 Are roomy and well ventilated, and the bed ding will always be found in good condition. Is inputted with a variety or Liqaors, Cigars, Fruits, etc, of a choice quality There are likewise good Stabling and Feed tr Hordes, and a competent person to take 'charge of them. The House ca . accommodate a large nnmbee of persons, and tno otnvwt attention will ever be given to the wants of the public. April 21, 1859-tf. Try Ward's Telegraph Tonie! TOa PI.VER AD AGUE, WHICn newr falls to cure! Warranted, if taken a. cording to directions, to effeee a cure. The proprietor ean produce a thousand certificates tn thooe who wish to see them, bet does not think it necessary to display them.aa the medicine will recommend itself, if givsa a trial. Try it once, and satisfy yourself. Warranted perfectly Ve?etab'le and harmless. For sale by Shrere k Macy, White Cloud 1 and bv Dealers everrwhere. All orders most be addressed to W? W. WARD, Mansioa Honse, Leavenworth City, Kansis, General Ajent for Kansas, Nebraska, and the Wetera States. Jnly2,59-3m. IMPORTANT FACTS P0R EAST WARD BOUND TRAVELLERS ! Read and Preservu for Fatare Refer enett Unparallslled Bpsed an Com'ort from the Frea tier to the Bsa Shore ! Inauguration of a ITew Era in the Hittory of Kansat and Nebraska. Chicago, Burlington & Qalncy R. B. O sin arm itocst 17, 1859, TaavcLLtae raow wcsTcai issocaf, csts snd wesaae aa. can start from St Joeerw at 6 A. M-, ArriveatQuinev at7.00r.a.,sameday. Chicago, etT.18 A.a.jeit M " Detroit, ato.30r.SK " " Toledo, at 4.10 p. m. - - - Cleveland, - at 9.48 r. si. " Pittsburg, at 125 a. . Snd " " Suspension Bridge, at 4. 00 a. a." Buffalo. at 4.45 ..- " - - Philadelphia, at 5.10 t . - New York, at 9.30 p. m. - - Boeton. at Midnight TimeThroaca from RU Joseph to New York A3 1-t Hoar. Time Ta roach frras t. Joseph to Bostoa aa tloara, iacladiag all stops. No Route except Yl Qnlaer &nl CM cazo ean make tnia time 1 From Quiney Eastward, peeping Cart on all Jiight iraint. Tickets via this Routs for Sale at all the offleee. and on the Boats of the Hannibal and St. Joseph Rail Road. - Purchase Thrash Tickets and Sate Money I Be Sure and gel Tickets vie Chisago and Quinsy Rovtet! SAM'L POWELL, GenT Tieksi Agent. C. G. HAMMOND, Genl Soperintent. ' D. S. Lovuov, Agt, si. Joeepk. sept 1, 53-3ra. Brace's Sew York Tjpe-roMnTT, HAS now on hand aa Immense stock of . Roman Tvpe, Fancy Type, Copperplate Script. German Type, Music Type, Ornameata. Chess and Checker 1 yae. Borders, Brass and Metal Rnles, Leads, Brass snd Electro. Ciielee aad Ellipses, Labor Saving Rulee, Corner Quads Metal Furniture, ate. The tvrtee are all east bv steem power fross the hard metal peealiar to this Foundry. The uneo nailed raotditv ia the process of eaatiaa enables me to sell thee more durable types at the lowest prices of ordinary types, either fee cash or credit. Presses, Wood Type, Ink, Csses, Stieks, ess.. furnished at the manufacturer's lowest prleoa. A specimen pamphlet of Fonts of Letter only, sad prices, mailed to printing offleee, ea the re ception of seven eents, to pre-pay the postage. Printers of Newspapers who eaoose to pnnllaa this advertisement, including this aote. three times before the 1st day of Anjut, 1859. aad forward me one ef the papers, wilf be allowed their bills, at the time ef making a pwrehaee from me of Ire times the eatoanter say aus faetnree. Address, . EORGX BEPCK. 19, Chambers f trees, lies- Yevk. Jaae33,lu9. tw. Inponait t Parsers t METROPOLIS FLOUR HILLS, LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS. THE proprietors of these Mills are sow reae dy to receive the new crop ef Wheat, aad they would partiealarly eall the attention af . FARMEK3 to trie importance of tbreaaina, deaning and getting thefr wheat to arartet at the earlieat possible tfme. to avoid damage and loss by letting it remain ia the field tiTT the Faf! rains come 00. Thresh yoor wheat at the sam time of reaping, if possible; bring itln.wewil store tt free of charge till yoa wish to seP Yoa will here flnd aale for all yoar wheat . the bigheet market price, or yoa eaa exchaaf. It for flour ea the ntoet favorable term . Give us good, dean wheat, lad we will ejv? yea the best lour e-er offered la this market. EARLS k BUNTING. Leavenworth, Juse 34. J36J- . . . . .t EAM SAW ME Mast!