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'" ia ta HeraM-aometime Coring ?1S59. aononncin on VflSffeod comfortably in 'oVof China at coator only one Tbe psragraph ban been re. from Hong Kon wkh lb. t. ir-ment, -A darned 1m; fcflf " Uf. ner di.m."-M Y. i7nk'ort (Ky.) Commonwea reditu, J the oUt end blest journals in "Jkr for years tbe warm aJfoeote f rSr tb- proprietor ftbal Bodp. U? while be VpirtCUy eo regarded it (lnrerj 'r.nJ we confess that we would C WPP01 him B0M lhS 1- redilj -ntveconnu- nwrla tt iKP core froB - "r " of thraasada, Liacola'e epeecbe wore tbst be m "enemy to tin fitt" A correspondent of the Wut ?8irsrrited that", more villain 2r abolition incendiary dorament than JJ,e was eesareJ to be ect ijj broadcast thronghoot elaveboldiog tl. Vm York Poet esyt t jobe Bro" tbe name of a delegat, Cbi-Isston. eelected bjr tbe Democrat jHilbdal Michigan. .We. wonder if toiU be edroiiwu. r..VoTi Nw IIam'priiiM. Tbe tu,ULn majority in New Hampshire L?T -rK.hlT. reach 5,000. e gain of 1 WO frem lest veer. Tbe toUl rote wi!! acwl 70,000, end it the largest ever cad io the Suae- Boston TrmvtlUr. TH number of pereone drive ont of .k. Snath m tutptctt npoo Hie negro qoee- tisa, imce John Brown'e affair, ie over 200. Speaking of the decline of Mr. Dong- u Id ihe Senate, trie "jnicago rrtt ana TrJmU mvs: 0 jus recently Mr. Dangles ma4e an af,,rttnoire the clerkuhip of tbe lUr xr'i Ferrv Investigating Committee for iu reporter, Shrnln. wno awt)m"niei kin iabii last Illinois campaign. Mr. (ihfri.Ua ia a Rood honojrrapher. anl wiiloubt aot, otherwiae jnalified for the place. Dongla laboread perxonally with mmW of. the coram it tee" ia hi be htl n'l the retail wa that Mr. Sheri- laaliil ant set a ainele vote. Tbe com niun alectcl Mr. Mnrrjhr. one of the Globe reporter, who bad never applied to the place. Ukite Cloud Harkeu. ffkii, f buabsl, Con. " " lasar.aOs Cm Veal, 60c.$1.00 0c shelled, 30c. 40c. 2530c. $1.00. f uton, ' "' Vtilt Beans, ' ' tairtrian Seed, Sin,? lh ' 50c greet, 4c.; dry, 10c. 1m Sides, Skoulders and llama, W. ' toner.: . ... 10(J lie. 10c. 10c. 10c MX , 18c .'. 10e. E?ri,Jds, ...... MoIums, ? gal., . Whiikry, lockvhett Floor, f 100 Vis., SJl. V nek, , . , , Sails. ? 100 iss.. Lmhn,tn. fl 100 fset, !. Siiirln. ? IJO00, .. sard. 0e.9ilj0D. $2.50. , i00. $40. Saiu.'EacrrioMs often cause obstinate sorts. a frightful ulcers. Tbcy saouU alwaya be lura h tint. An ounce of prereatioa i nk a (toand of cure. Remember that thrss amptions can bs checked and cured by Curtis' w.rinal Mimaluke Liniment.' It sh'tuld bs pplwd inatdiately, and will be found to act Kb a charm. Thia ia' a fact already well kioeu. Tkoas who hare girea it a trial con- r rt the bnt article of the kind to be bad. It thoald be kept eoUntly ' the house, a by ""J it alea.Ti ready at hand, mnch Serine V o prereated, aad the year'a expenaes will sou n aitunUbiug wring in the way of doe- ur a bills. ,. 'nr ia mind that Curtis' Compound Syrup of ourru ia becoming the most popular rcme sf ihaije." Experience haa tested iu effi "ill cure, aad baa cured, ererythiug "! it u rcommeoded. See adTertisemeul 'amtUrealuma. may 10. TO BUILDERS. MHE uadaMifrned it authorized to hare erec Wapea the Iowa Reserratioa, (about 3 arilea from White Cloud) a School House, "JdmeUiag far a Tf ach er. s J"e are dseiraua k bid for the fura "Siaj. tha materiat. and the eifctionnr aaid L'Jf --h ia aU eaaas, V uTT4- "H a-iU b. ac- Jt4Aeaaa.W (19S0)aW. & office W tb. ' 7 tua 860. IncluJr. in u bJ' r bids shall be acceaUd. gbuhjd to eototee-aowCS iZTV- rr s AUhinl nerforjaaMee of tbe - . O. S. Indiaa Afsnl. Creat Nsmah. Agency. 3 ".. 'lT. I860.- S.w. Mimmiid keiUnt fke'mita; Cloud 1 .1". wioe of the StockWUem if b-J""" UoudCity Company is ad- orsajturt,,, iiM) general wa4aee Ol tea nnkua of ih. r... . 'Wkiu n i w't BA'LE TV President, 'lie ciaiiJ nr..,. lafrt , . -i tt, low, . j-w. it a "nolpsalc Grocers, o. 119. .Sfreef.. . ST. LOUIS.' " 1n FOIl SALE: BV- . ...... . 4ZD,er,ber fee sale, oa liberal tet aTl'.Tr ea tracta wsaberedl lu;r" weated- near While Cloud i4"eteill bedtrldad tonUaur Wmu- 111 MARKHAlf - amap If, s. - j I . t The cfia'ia U paat, tbe people are rejoicing, and W. M. VAN IffilEN Haa joat returned freaj the fcaat. with tbe largest and best seleeud stock f ri. ad ia.thi; ,jtrt aad i. ready to hiZ erT hiai a call. He has now oa hand a complete asaortaent of . ,po READY MADE AND CAPS AND IN THE LINE OF COFFKE, TEA. SUGAR, MOLASSES, FLOUR, MEAL. Qneennvnre, Glassware, - PTTTTT, GLASS. WDTSOW BASIL Nails, at wholesale aad retail. Carpenters' Tools, Door Trimniinjrs, nooaaa wart or au JLintU, coil Eope, Bed Cord, and Twime ! Ail of which are offered for sale cheap, Tor Caah or Country Produce. Call and examine nv L . o Por5hM,n5 elaewhere. Corn, OaU and Poutoea takea ia exchange for Gooda. ' Pike s Peak Emigrants furnished with complete outfits, oa the aaoat reasonable terma. White Clond, April 19, 1800-tf. w. H. VAN DOREN 6. M. PETTENGILL &, CO.'S ADVERTISING AGENCY. Hi KfSt.,t. read lOSteS., AMia S. M. PETTENGILL A CO. are tbe areola for tbe Chief," and tbe moat influential and taqrest circulating Newspapers ia the United State' ind tftu Canadas. They are authorised to contract lor aa at our lowest rates. - J. S. PO-JT, General Newspaper,Adver tising and Subscription Agent, second atorr, north-west corner of Chestnut and Third 8ts., Su Louis, is our suthcSjxed Agent in that city, aad ia empowered to contraat at our regular ratea. and receipt for ua. Messrs. ROUNDS A LANGDON.af Chica go, are our authorised Agenta for that city. CIIICHBSTBR A SANFORD. Proprietors of the Merchant Adrertiaing, Commission and Collecting Agency, are Agenu for thia paper, in the cities of Philadelphia and Baltimore. . J. E. DUDDERIDGS. of St. Lauis, is aa autharited Agent for the Chief. IlKRIFF'S SALE. XTOTICR la berebv rlre'ir, that I will offer a. a for sate, at publis auction, at the dear of the Court Houm, in tbe town of Hiawatha, on the nineteenth (19th) day of June, A.D. I860, at 1 o clock, P. M., of aaid day, the followiur real estate, to wit: The Sooth East Quarter of Section No. Seven, (7) la Township Four, (4) r Kaage INo. Eighteen (IB) East or theeixtb Principal Meridian of Kansas Territory; taken a the property of Powers snd Lock wood, no an execution in furor of Francis M. Monief, isnrd from the Steond Dintrict Court of theTerritarr of Kansas, in snd for Brown County, and to m directed, aa Sheriff of Brown County. " Giren under my hand, this 8th dar of May; A. D. 1860. JOHN H. SCHE.SCK. Sheriff of Brown Xkrauty, K. T. May 17, lt"60-tda. SUKKIFI'S 8 A LB. XTOTICE is hereby giren, that I will offer i. fur aale, at pnldrc anetion, -at the door of the Court nous, in tire town of Hiawatha, on the nineteenth M9tb) day of June, A D. I860, at 1 o'clock, P. M., of said day, the following real estate, to wit: the wet bailor the iwotn West Quarter of Section No Elevrn. (It) in Townrhip One, (I) orRaage No Fifteen (15) Eaat of the Sixth Principal Mcridi-in of Kansas Territory; taken aa the property of Addiaon Simpkins. ou an execution in favor of Milton B. Thoniell, issued from the Second District Court of the Territory of KanMH. in and for Brown County, aad to me directed, as Sheriff of said Coiinlr. Giren under my hand, this "th day of May, Fheriat of Brown Connie, K. T. May 17, 1860-tds. siiEKirro SALE. ATOTICE ia herebr ciwen. tliat I will offer IX for sale, at public auction, at- the door of the Court Uae. in the town or Il.awatlui, on the uineeemh (19th) day of Jane, A. D. I860, at 1 o'clock, P. M., of said day, the following real eatate, to wit: The South Wet Quarter ol Section No- Nine, (9) in Townthip Four, (4) of Range No. Fifteen (IS) Eaat of tfce Sixth Principal Meridian of Kansas Territory; takrn aa the property of Chrinlupher C Power, on an execution in faror of Rufua G. Nealaud, wurd bom the Second Di'trict Court of tbe Territo ry of Kansaa, in and for Leavenworth County, and to me directed, aa Sheriff of Bown County. Giren under mr hand, this Iflth dar of May, A. 1). I860. ' JOHN H. SCHEXCK. ' Sheriff of Brown Couuty, K. T. ' May 17, 1860-tds. t MiBBy'i raterat, Adjasttblc, Self Baking Mwer and Reaper Comblnfal TS now conceded to be the best Reaping Ma chine extant. It has been brought nearer to perfection than any other, is more simply con-Uncled, and will do better work. The self raker can be detached in a snoment'atime, thus adapting It to the reaping and mowing of fallen aad tangled grain and grans. Testimcaiala as to the value, and superiority of this Machine hare come from all parte of tbe country, and a trial is all that is needed to give entire satis-f-etion. Im comparative cheapness is by no moau! aa scmporwn ........ . r at freeoort. Illinois. Prion at Machines, 5 tbe shop, $l?5, cash. : u - 115. hlf cash. I aa area (or the sale of fte'e Machines in Northern Casaum. O.C-WA WTLiLm flA a aril 9C lN60-tf. 1 WAKEFIELD !& .MORTON . ArcbUccts ' and Ba'ildcrs, 'i WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS. VfTE Vae formed a eo-partaerihip, (a the V V abore Vuaiseu, aad are bow prepared to eantract for and wxeawto alt fcinde of work in our line.- We wiH wVm make 'out alana and specificatioaa for buildings af every deseriptfoa; on snort tratiee. ' Our terms will be reasonable, bad we natter eorselvee last out work will stand the test af ine tissest inspection. - - . ', r K. S. WAKEFIELD, may 19. 60-tf.l " JOHN P. MORTON. LookOilt for,'thc;'Malcy! Lumber! Lataljer! THE tmderaigned have takea and fitted rp In somntoto order, tbe Steam law-Mill tn White Ctowd, known aa the "Maley Mai." hre they keep eowstaatly aa hand a supply of good Lumber, tar aale at tbe lowest prions, for Cash.-- 'inr' rinr " t -.m'i Any bill of lambar required, will be filled with disaatch. - We will also saw lumber aa the ha) vos, or eh say fbr cash, oa short notice. ' TMsamlteBanerorkeaaaJna-toe best la the iMMlM. -Mlm mm m mIL t- . . . II White Coad. April 1 9. 1 MO-tf. , f j REAPERS MOWERS If r i lit 11 11 ever offer- disposed to fir CLOTHING. GHOCEIiTES: BOOTS AND SHOES T?JM' S0AF- BACON. SPICE, CANDLES, LARD. 80DA. TOBAr.f!ft. irh a. Table Catler, Gardeo Rakes. Poekrt CoUerr, Sbordi, Sp.des, Frrinr Pass. Hom. C JTS 3.S" eJSls. "e J !L v -3 i : r; ? b c-rrrr s ? 9 5 - a" - - 9 2-S S 5- 3 - 5 2 i ? i "i-I' - 9.! ' 7 T. - r -- - - Pl--3 r c c - asm - . E 3-1 : a e ff e SsTC-Jira Tm ?8 9 2 5 i 2 ? r-J? For sale by Shrrre A Mier, White Cloud; Root A Cook. Padonia; Zwk A B.ildwin, For- MtCit: J. E. Burtiank. Falls City; Leigh A Shields, Iowa Point; J. II. Wildy. HieMand, Peter A N rubier. Oregoni ami by Iealrrs gen- erallr ' 'dee- 15,59-3m. r.caaarrK. a. o. - , . a. r. aaet, a. a. - SHrlEVE & MACY, DRUGGISTS, '"wtfiTB CLODD, KANSAS;' fT Drs. Snrert t Mney attend to the prae tieeef MeJisine aai Surgery. They may be found at tbe Drag Store, whea aot prof region ally enraged. -. . . v n feb. 23. St f nArf CHOICE CIGARS, and 6 dotea U JJ c" Fresh and Spiced Oysters, t. ..,m and for sale bv nov atrss-tr. C DANA SAYRS. PLOWS I P LO 1VS i , ; ! T 1 tl from the mmafactorevv I am prepared to fnrnrsh PraiHe Plr. of aH m. double, an. A VING reeetvea an mwj Hi mi si ee steel Sheenl PtoWi, Rarrow.f u ntoeawheaa foe Jali. ' ' ' ' ' 1 .a r,, - W. H. VA WWte Claud .jane t3. 55-tf Hark Ye I Hark Ye ij ' STONE MASONRY. THE so bacriber. being aa experienced Stone Maeon. and having located at White Clood, takee this method of iaformiag Ue puWie that ba-ls ready. oa tbe abanest notice. to undertake all jobs to bis liae.auoh as building Faaadatloas, Walls, Archsa, aod aWo Ciaterna. Ia all eaoh work he has bad ataob emperieaea, aad natters himself that beoaatara out jobs inferior to aa other ainnbsalqln- trt Territory, Orders are aonartes. -,. - t J ana 1 . U. f. O. rji.WflJrJaTr. J a " " 2.2." S-"o-3 5 2.g-2l c 5 7 1 3-3 &i 3 s "- S.5 r- n - - cOi 3 !? "3 5-1 a - so:"'-t; r- X S 7, a.-? - .Dire a c f 2 1.15:3 hslrfl E"e-2. - c . S sr 3 c c S,a: rjr-n o S " Z?- i-SSl-a-SP ?..l?Ss;il 85fc S3ar-2.Odilj3SSf.af !sSs? I- a3!3' !-'-J,??Is3 'lei 5 "" . i s-s-ifSiaiiH-liiH''" e& I o &, rri; r nilfllssllsfra, ' 5 -: ?5 , S 1 ? srg---a a ! a S" - 5ean-2' 5 ri2 S-2 s-c-g S 3 -? I " e hm ?i5!f 5"S.3-a.- W5-rl2 i.tr?r c a-3 s-.-iss:- 8 APONIFIER. , - OR - Concentrated Lye, THX IXADT 7AXZLT SOAP MA ker; A N indespeasible article in every family. wneveoy.wiuueirceoinaryKiicoeagraaM combined with the Sepoaifisr, they caa make all the soap thev use herd, soft, or fancv. It will make bard water soft, and will clean type to perfectioa nothing equals ittorcleaaiag aad scouring. Pat aa ia atr-tiabt iron boxes of ilk. aea. which will snake, with 4 to A lbs. common crease, froan IS to f S gallons elewaat soft aaap, r to 10 lbs. bard.. It has now been several year since this In valuable article was first Introduced to the Pub lie, and the estimation ia which it is held, wherever known and tried, and the immense de mand for H from all quarter, are conclusive proofs of lu real merits and value as a family article. , - BEWARE OF IMITATIONS!. . The success of our article like that of all dis coveries of true merit and value, haa induced unprincipled parties Xn Imitate it.' We therefore CAUTIAN THE PUBLIC sramet worthless COUNTERFEITS and to take none but the genuine, oriciaal aad patented article, Mana factored only by the PENNSYLVANIA SALT MANUFACTURING COMPANY. Of East Tarentnm, Allechaar Co. Pa. OFFICE AND DEPOT. Xo. 398 Abore the Canal BriJge, PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA. Who also Manujicture of standard quality. Caustic Sods for. Soap Makers, , Soda Ash, Copperae, i Refined Soda Ash. Manranese, Sal Soda. Nitric Acid, ' Choloryde of Calcium Soda Saleratua, . Bleachin? P iwler, . Sulphrie Aril, Muratic Acid, Aqua Fortia, Chloroform, Extra Refined Snew-White Table; Dairy and Pjckieg Salt, warranted entirely Pare and Dry, put un in various packages and styles, The only Pure Salt in the country. FOR SALE BY ALL Store-Keepfrs in the Unite Stalei. 1000 Csses Sspnnifivr, genuine, for sale at manufacturers, pHces in lots to suit purchasers, by ,riab c ittUiUu april 5, 60-1 y. St. l.oui. Mo. .8-TOV68.1 - MORRIS & CHENEY ARE on hand, as usual, with a large and complete assortment of all sites awl pat tern of fook, Parlor, and Heath.? Stoves, cumprii-iit2 the lateat and most improved styles; tngetlirr wilh ' 1 TIN', WITEtVAXD SiTEET-TUON' WARH, - in aav qnantitr to suit the market all of which will lie rold " dirt cheap." for the CASH! We hare also on liiud BAR IRO AND STEEL, nfrarious kinds, to auit the trade. And last. ilimiph not least, we will keep a complete as. sorlment of MOI.INK PLOWS. ' which, for pood qualities, are unsurpassed by anr other in nee. White Cloud, April 5,1800-ly. Health and lUppiness Seeared t TITE COVCENTR ATED CTTRE THE CONCENTRATED CURE A POWERFUL REMEDY A POWERFUL REMEDY FOR WEAKNESS' FOR WEAKNESS FOn EARLY INDISCRETION FOI KRLY INDISCRETION TRY IT! TRY IT! TRY IT! TRY IT! Young men who are suffering from the effects of youth nil indiscretion can be surely ana per manently restored by usin the . Concentrated Care, ' :. OR , AQUA VTTAK! A Xsmedy of Great and Certain Pswsr! Thisreniely is put up in small vial, and can be cent hv mtil to any addrea. A trial will aatis fr. Use it for a week, and you will experience a treat benefit. ' A circular containing lull par ticular. sent (free) on application.- Price per bottle. SI. , .. , , Oni ten rl trill lait a month. N. B. Thi reme.W i snitiMe for either sex. Address, K. CRuGER, Medical A-ent. . . . 742, Broaiiway, New York Augnst 11. 1859-1 y. SAMUEL L. JENNINGS. (accessor to C. F. Jeanings A Bro.,) Fonrardln and Commission Merchant, WniTE CLOUD. KANSAS. I liave just receive.! a larce lot of Which t will sell aa low aa the lowest; and 1 hare also a fresh supply of , , MINTS A H D OILS, BRUSHES, WINDOW GLASS, Nails, Crackers, Caidles, Tohccco, Than which I know there is no better In tbe market; " : . - . liquors; Wbuh I will reuil from thirty cents to two dollars and a ha'f per gallon. I will pay the hi: heat price Tor II ides ana r un. I , . ..... g L. JENNINGS. april 15,6r3-tf. " , ; , ORDER OF PUBLICATION. In the District Court nf the -Second Judicial Ditrict of Kintas Territorv. siUiag within and for the County of Brown; for the trial of eantes ariaing nn lrr the Tawt of said Ttrri tory. March 24th, A. D. 180. Andrew J. Boston I : . ' i . v. . . ..c AUachment. James A. McCuire.S ON thia day came the plaintiff, ami filed his sffi Javit,:atnting that the defendant, James A. MeGuire, is a non resident nf Che Territory oi Katisas, ana rar.nnt Be tervea oy a proctia iaaued ant 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 Clood Chiefra- weekly newspaper publiabed in Doniphan County, aad or.feneral circulation in Brown County, for aia conaeca tire weeks, of the pendency of this suit, the object of which is to obtain judjrmant for Four Hundred and Thirtr Two Dollars and FiftT Cents, together with the interest oa the eama, and the coats of auit; aad the aaid defendant, James A. MeGuire, is hereby aotified that his nroperty has beea attached to pay the said ansa, and that aniens be appear, plead, answer ar demar to tn plaintiff's petition herein filed, on or before the first day af Juae, A. D- lt0, the petition will be bake aa true, aad jadg meat rendered- aeeordiagly. aad aia property sold to pay the fame. -- Witness L. McArthm. Clerk af said Court, with the seal thereof affixed, at my office, in Hiawatha, thia S4tb dav of Marrb. A. D. 1863. - ; L- McARTHUR. Clerk. By J. G- Kixsct.D. C,. W. W.'Gcrawit,' Attorney for PlsinUff. ; Msy,1860-6w. ' ennft BUSHELS CORN WANTED, eJUUU for a-hiebtbe higbest ssarket price will ha paid, in CASH.ar a delivery in White Clood. - ; . C DANA SAYRS. , march I.f0f. .3 .V H '? iVcw OF Stock SPRING 5 SUMMER & CD ! AT THE ST0SE 0? C. DANA SAYRS, WUITE CL0CD 1 T TAKE plessure in informing my friends. -a. and the public generally, that I am now re ceiving a large and well selected stock of Dry Goods, Groceries Boots & Shoes, Rats & Caps, QUEEISWARE, U1RDTTARE, UQl'ORS, If AILS, CORDAGE, FISU, A.VD PRESERVED FRUITS. . I shall continue to keep the market supplied with ererr article uaaaMy found in a Western Store, and can amure all caah and prompt men that they caunot do better in Kanaka or West ern Misaoun than here in White Cloud. Thankful for the liberal patronace which haa been extended to me by the ciliseas of White Cloud and turroundii.g country, I hope to be enabled to merit a continuance of the same, by cheap prices and fair dealing. april 12. 63-tf. STEAM FKRRY WHITiy CLOUD! RUNS rsjularly on the Missosri Rirer, at the following rates: For crossing a team of 1 pair of horses or . . mulea, or 1 yoke of cattle, and wagon, loaded or empty. $0.75 Three yoke of cattle and wagon. 1 a;. $0 25 li 10 4 One horse snd bugcy. Saddle horse and rider, -Loose horses, per hsad. Cattle, per head, Hog aud sheep, per hsad. Foot passengers. 10 Northern emigration. Iron Missouri, Iowa, Illinois, Wicconsin or Michigan, either for Cal ifornia or any ptrt of K tnt or Southern Ne braska, will find a m til rout to this point, on a State Road from Dim M iine, Iowa; and a good roads through Missouri, by way of Savan nah and Oregon, to this place, as to any other point on the river. There are good landing on both Ms of the rirer; and on the Kansas side, all streams and doughs, to the Nemaha, have free bridges, recently ra-tde for the Gov ernment trains from this pUce to Salt Lake and Utah. We can say to the California emi gration, that they can atrike the old Cilifoniia Road within 13 miles nf 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 rente to the Rig R'ne.only 80 miles from here: and they will find thia rnid overdo miles shorter than the mad from St. Joseph, and orer 60 miles shorter than thai from Leavenworth. W, refer perrons to the map, in proof of this statement; and we-ouly ask emigrant and tra vellers to try this route, and w pledge our telves to pass them over the river free, on their return, if they are not satUfisd of the foregoing fact. White Cloud haa three or four good stores and trading houses; two fir4t-claa Hotels; lumber i only $15 per 1 ,"00 feet; the country is rapidly filling up; ami there is a good a farming region, extending for orer 50 miles back of the river, a en b" found in anv part of Kansas. MOORES A TAYLOR. June 9, 53-1 y. EDWIN H. GRANT. Attorney at Law, NOTARY PUBLIC, AND TtEAL, ESTATE AGENT, lorrtcc iv ms cscar iiorst, HIAWATHA, BROWN CO.. KANSAS. Will attend promptly to alt business entrus ed to him in Bmwn aud the adjoining Countiei dec. S3, 59-1 y. J. C SCOTT, Altorncr at Iur k Land Ajjcnt. SEVECA, NEMAHA CO, KANSAS, OPEGIAL attention paid to the Collection O of Claims in Ncmah, Marshall aod Brawn Counties. REFERENCES: . Dititt A WiLt.ua, White Cloud, Kaasas. V. D. Me-iia. " Jwc CaaoiLt. A Co.. St. Joseph, Mo. Ho. SaurntL R. Ccarta, Keokuk. Iowa. K. R. HLK, Rmkcr, Cleveland, Ohio. Hov. Daviit R.Tiinxa, . Mu. Oux A Co , Ch cagn, Illinois. R. H.Toaaer, Dist.CI'k, Nemaha Co., K.T. July 14, 59-1 y. SAMUEL LAPPIN. Land and General Agent. SENECA, NEMAHA CO., KANSAS. VXTlLLprorootly attend to investing Money, V paying Taxes, locating and selling Land Warrante, buying and aellins; Lands, and mak ing Collection in northern Kansaa ana Ooain sra Nebraska. Office on Main Street. REFERENCES: V. D. MaacHia, White Cloud, Kansss. E. A. Poulit, Iowa Point, A. C. Witoaa, Lstvenwortb, " Gilscut k Sttto, Kickapoe, " Phillips A Donei, " P. L. Hooons, - R. Dtrrrov. Hitwaths, Liacvs A Bora. St. Joseph. Mo. " Oxits Rulst. Bloomfield. E irCo., 111. R. J. Otruso, Indianapolis, lad. jane 30, 59wly. Bednced to $5 a Tear Prepaid. The best aad aad cbeast periodical ia the World. In enaeqnen.ee of the larjelv increased eircu la t ion, the Publishers of Littell' Living Are, are enabled to reduce the vearlv subscription price from $C to $5. The publishers are deter mined that no expense or Ivboe ahall be apured to make this the miraxine for the million! And whilst boldlv challenging competition. claim for it only what ba been conceded by the most eminent men of ibis country, from the time of its first publication, over sixteen years since, to the present day, vie . I. That it ia suitable to all eiase or readers Statesmen, Professional men, Philosophers, Poets, StU'lent. Merchants, Mechanics and Farmers, all of whom nuy derive pleasure aad pmffl from its pages. 3. That in it mar he found the cream of all the world -renowned Review aad Periodical of EttToneV with original articles, and selection from Uie ows lagiuvw uverauirw w war www eountrv. .-. 3. It eontaine more rearlias; matter than any other maraxiaein the world; each weekly num ber eontaininasirtv bur pages and a Fine Steel Portrait, makln? three thousand three hmxlred and twenty-eight pages ia a year, with fifty two steel ngravinga. 4. That it is the oldest periodical er iu kind in the eoantry, having beea publiabed over six teen vears. 5. That it is the cheapest publication of the day. whether it la Judged by tbe quantity or qnalirv of its content. 6. That no library is perfect without it, 7. That to those with limited means, it ie aa admirable substitute for a library of miseellana aas books. Aad finally, that as a Famlrv Ma gaiiae. it is perfectly unexceptionable ia all resaeete. - ' r- ,: " Price Five Dollars per annsm, or thirteen cent a number, amt by mail, post paid, to any address ia the Coiled States. To Clergymen, Stadente aad Clubs. Fawr Dollar. - "A' DELISSER k PROCTOR. I MS. Broadway. New York. Entirely ! U Cheaper than Ever! STEAM SAW. ILL En -Full Blast! THE andersiraed, proprietors of the White Cloud Steam Saw Mill, take pies rare ia announcing to the public, that their mill is in the very best order, and thev have commenced operation for the season. They are prepared to do sawing of every kind aad description, aa the shortest notice. They will asw aa the halves. or for msoer. vsrv ehssa. Thsy will eoasUntly keep oa hand ALL KINDi OF LUMBER! which they will sell a little shsaper haa eaa be bad anvwhere else, for Cash, or to good mea on short tins. They hive also aa axselleat Lath Mill, and are prepared at all times to fur nish LATHS in any quantity, at law rates. Give us a call, ant! satisfy' yourselves that we eaa di Just what we sav. wm. maijuh. SU.1I. ,1 walla Ulead, March 17, laaf-tr. W. G. SARGENT. Attorney and Counsellor at Law, NOTARY PUBLIC. Aad Comraissioaer for Maine, Maeaa ahasstts. New York, Ksatacky, aad Missouri. OWN COUNTY. KANSAS. XTPxt OHie A I lrea Himl'n, irswatha. or Pt'lonia, Browa County, Kaotaa. feb. 3. 59-1 y. CITY HOTEL. wnrrn cloud. Kansas. JOTIN II. UTT, t I t PROPRIETOR rpniS HOU3E. which has just beea L enmileted. 1 one nf th largest aad finest in the West, Itl now open to the pnb ie. and will he kept in a style equal to the best II (tel.. Ererv department will ha conducted n inch a wav as to a (Tied the rreatest ameaat of comfort to those stopping at the Hosts. TSX TABIX Will at all times be snnplisd with the very best that the market afford, both of the aeeea- saries and the delicacies of life. THE ILYZTrnO ATARTXIRTfl Are rooms and well ventilated, and the bed ding will always be found ia good condition. I, snnplisd with a varletv of Liquors', Cigars. Fn'ita, etc, of a choice qnality. There are likewise good Stabling aad reed r Horse, and a competent persoa to take ehsrre of them. The llonse ea . accommodate a large namber of persons, and toe utmo-t attention will ever he siren to the nta of the public. April 21, 185!r. Try Ward s Telejrapli Tonie! "for fkveu ad AGrr, WHICH newr fails to cure! Warranted, iftikens cording to directions, to effect a cure. Toe pro,netor can produce a thousand certificate to those who wish to see them, but does not think it necessary tn displny them, as the medicine will recommend itself, if given a trial. Trv it once, and satUfv vourself. Warranted perfectly Veretable and harmless. For sale hv Shreve A Macy, White Cloud; anl he Dealers ererrwhere. All orders must he addressed to W. W. WARD, Mansion Honse, Leivenwnrth City, Kanaka, General A;rnt for Kansas, Nebraska, and the Westers Sutc. july2l.59-3s IMPORTANT FACTS FOR F.AST WARD BOUND TRAVELLERS t Rend and Preservn for Fatare Refer. eaae! I Tapxrallelled 8pei ant Csm'ort frem the 7rea tier to ue Bsa Basr 1 Imujrmturm af Ifrm I?re is lA JTuttrf Asasas ad Kebnkm. Chlc2n, Barllnjton & Qnlncy TL R. Oa sun ama a do car 17, 1859, raavcLLaa raou wxstkb atooi. and atstas a. can start from Sr Jowcrw at S A. M., Arrive at Quiney at7.0r.M..samedsy Chiearo. at 7.1 S a. a. next M - Detroit, at6.30.M. - - Toledo, at 410 r.m. - - - Cleveland, at.4r.a. " - rittsi.org. at 2-25 a. a. tad " " SusnenaioaBrldge.at 4.00 a.m." - Buffalo, at 4.45 a. si. M " Philadelphia, at 5.10 r m. - - - New York, at 9.10 r. at. - - - Boston. atMidniaht " TinaeTbrna?h trnm at, Joseph to Nea York At f? Tfours. Time Tbroacb frna t. Joseph to Dostoa Hoars, inrlodius all stops. No Ronto except via QnlncT and CM' cxi can mare tMs time ! From Ouinrw F.nntwrA. Slttpi Cmr en mil Xiffhi Trains. Ticket via thia Route for Sate at all tbe ofleee. and oa the Boats of the Hannibal and St. Joseph Rail Road. Porchase Throoth Tickets and Save Money! Be Sure ana set TiclrtM wia Ckitmf sad Qln Rtttr ! S AM'L POWELL, Gent Twket Ageat. C. G. HAMMOND. Genl Soperintent. D. 3. Lovkiot, Ag't, St. Joseph, sept. 1, S9-3ia. nmse's Heir Tark Tjpe-Fa tidry, HAS now cm hand aa immsase stock of Roman Tvpe. ' Fancy Type, Copperplate Script. ' German Type Mu ic Type. Oraa meats. Chess and Checker 1 ypa, Borders, Brae snd Metal Rulos, Leads, Braa ami Electro. Cli else and Ellipses, Labor Saving Rules, Corner Qaads Metal Farnltare. eta. The tvnee are all cast bv stesm aewsr from the hard metal peculiar to this Foundry. The aneoaalled rapidity la tbe process of eastiaa enables me to sell ths s mora durable tytwe at the lowest prices of ordinary types, euasr fse cash or credit. Presses. Woaa Tvpe. Ink . Cases, Stlsks. sat. furnished at the manufacturer's lowest pries A soeimea pamphlet of Fonts af Letter only. sad prices, mailed to artatiag oBoea. aa tae re ception of seven cents, to pre-pay the postage. Printers af Newspapers who choose to patlesh thia advertisement, inclading this ante, three times before the 1st day of Aegast, 1859. aad forward me one af the papers, will ha allowed their bills, at the time wf making a Barneses from me of Ira times the ameoatef my massv faeturea. Addrase, . - EOROBBIL'CX. 19. Chambers Sweat, New Yeeh, juae23. 18j9. Jw. Insartaat ta Fanaen I ; METROPOITS FLOUR MILLS,' -. LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS. , THE proprietor of thee Mill r new rea dy to receive tha aew errm af Wheat, aad thev would psrtiealariy call the attention mi FARMERS to tha Impnrtaftaa of thresbinf, cleaning sad getting their wheat to market at tbe earliest possible time, to avoid da mare a ad loss by letting it remain in tbe field till tb Fall rains some an. Thresh voer wheat at the same timsaf reaping, if possible; bring it in.wewiTI tore it free af eharre till ywa wish to sell. Yea will here find sab for all year wheat at the hlrhest market priea, or yoa eaa exchange it for flour on the most favorable term. Giv a good, cleaa wheat, and we will tree yea th bast floarrver offered ia this wtsrket. I.Mwrab,JaMUtis4sW ItfOW KEADYT The Prince of tbe Douse of David 1 ; The rrinee of tlie House of Darria! The Prince of lie Moose of David t By the Rev. J. H. ING RA H AM, LL. p. ... A new and revised edition, whh the athore latest correetioas. ,Ono volume', 12mo.. cloah, a?9A. 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