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TiooHEiTxa. May 22. MAMi'iifr raa Iat 329 deleg.U. beiog tn . t wu ti resented and P?5 w the assembly nwomtnending f & week i January rnrsver for the whole world, also a "hicb wa. "f0 L, the matter of disci- P'r.Art on foreijrn missions wu b Dr. Edgar and some interea Ff . were made by the Hon. Sin- Toledo, May 21. One hnndred gntu were fired thii ee- - a nrocession, with band of tnu- L nsradintr the streets in honor of the .. nlllOD 01 iiiucuiu uiu uauinu, " , grew oei o' " " mtitv-- i Philadelphia paper aayeof a drunken v. .II Millar that lif wM prerred by hie Unking bis first" - - White Cload Xarkets. T V ITbeat. OW"'1' CrsMl. rotitoss, eft t Beans, gisgirUa Seed, Hid V f3iOd3iO. Oc.$l .00. SOc Uaar.tO.; hnd,30c. 40c 2530c $1.00. SOc gre, 4c; dry, 10c gtesi Sides, Should and. Hsms, Urd. TJlo. Sugar. CotTes. BottCT, 10Jllc. 10c 10c. 10c 16c 10c 10c. Mc(3S1.00. 30c$l-50. $2.50. 2.00. $4.50. $1.00(11.50. $2.50. $2.00. Ejrs, f doi-, lloUsses, f 11-. Whiskey, lackwbeat Flour, U 00 s., Salt, ? sack. Nulfc ? 100 Is.. Shingles, ? 1.000, Wsod, ) sord. Small Esottions often cause obstinate mm, tnd frightful ulcer. They hould alway be taken ia tim. An ounca of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Remember that these eruptions can b eheekod tnd cured by Curtis' Original Msmsluka Liniment. It should b applied immediately, and will be found to act lis a charm. This ia a fact already well known. Those who hare given it a trial coo idcr it the best article of the kind to be bad. It ibould be kept constantly in ths house, as by hiTiag it always ready at hand,, mnch suffering mj be prevested, aid the year's expenses will tow an astonishing taring hi the way of doc tor's bills. Bear in mind that Curtis' Compound Syrup of Pttufru is becoming the moat popular reiue- dj ef (be sge. Experience has teited its effi cacy. It will cure, and haa cured, everything for whicb.it is rcommsnded. See advertisement ia another column. may 10. Order of Publication. TERRITORY OF KANSAS, Brown County. ) In the Second District Court, Ac Ac, sitting is Brown County, for the trial of cause arising aider the laws of said Territory. May 22nd, JotaK.Arres, Plaintiff, ) Order "re. V of C!eb Haldbrook, Defendant.) Publication. rpiIE Defeudant Caleb Haldbrook, ia hereby 1 notified that the Plaintiff, by his Attornev, W. W. Guthrie, did on the 22ud day of May, A. D. 1869, file his Petition against the said defeidant, and also filed an affidavit for an or dtr of attachment against the property of the said dsfendaat ; letting forth in the said peti tion that the said defendant is indebted to the plaintiff in the sum of one hundred and ten dol- lta, damages due and payable in an action of bailment, for that the defendant railea to de liver the sum of eighty nine 37-100 dollars, re ceived by him of the Plaintiff, to be paid and delivered to James P. Panod of St. Paul, Mia eyta; and unless he the said Caleb Haldbrook apptar, plead, answer or demnr to the petition of the said plaintiff br the 20th dar of July A. D. k60, the same will be taken a confessed, and Judgement rendered accordingly, and bis property attached in this action will be sold to satisfy the said Judgement. Witness my band and the seal of said Court attached at my office in Hiawatha, this 22d day 1 aay A. D. 1860. L. McARTHDR. Clerk. . J.G.Kilsiv.D.C My31,1960-6w. TO BUILDERS. rpHE undersigned ia authorized to hare erec ted upon the Iowa Reservation, (about HJ miles from White Cloud) a School House, ai a dwelling for a Teacher. Those, who are desirous to bid for the furn bing, the materials, and the erection of said nousea, can, by calling a. this -office, examine the specifications far thm ti H,mmMl hr me. Burwhould bidders prefer to offer their own plans with specifications, which in all cases must embrace the furnishing of material neces sary for their completion, they will be impar tially considered, but none such will be accep ted if the tout cost of both houses shall exceed we sum ofjifttt aaadred ana! Jift9 (1550; oW- Bids will be received at this office until the 13th day of June I860, inclusive Persons whoso bid, or bids shall be accepted, will be required te enter into contract with bond and security, for the faithful performanceftf the A.iia3L.iiE, U. S. Indian Agent. Office, Great Nemaha P. -S. Address to Woaart's Peat Offiee, Brown . May 17, 1860. ).,. : Strared or Stolen!! rpWObay Horses, six miles North of Sabetha JZ. r Creek- One was a dark bay, the , ZV "ner eolored ; both bad atara on the ... " kiiKj vm uim. ID,. WWWH w hoof and fetlock, the other had white on tog the sums place, both bad halters on. Will nav to ln .: ! wtll hrinv than J? m at Sabetha or at Mr. Hordes on Rock e tea dollars on deliverr. ,Z ; - MICHKAL GUTUEHiK MaySlst, 1860-lw. . - .: i t ' i" t Attnfned Xeetlnf of the White Cloud, ' Citr CrimDaurr. " . fTlHE annual meeting ef the Stockholders of th White Cloud City Company U ad- u w monaay, June 18th, at which time important that there should be a general uunce 01 u members or the Company. .1' "' O. BAILEY, President, white Cloul, May 14.1860.' 3-w. if holesale Grocers, ire. 119, Stroud Strut. ' 8T. LOUIS. april U.eo4y. FOR SALE! ,. anbaeriber offer for aale, en liberal terms, several choice tract of timbered prune lands, located Bear White Cload ' -ore traaie tu o oirtded to nit par I crisi " pwt. the people are rejoicing, and W. M. VAN IKIEN him a call. He has now on hand a complete assortment of unpoaeu 10 give Hi READY MADE Aiu m xiik JLIiE QMS AHD CAPS COFfEE, MOLASSES, PEPPER. SOAP. BACON. TIt0 FL?iJ.R 8PICE' CANDLES. LARD, SUGAR, MEAL, SODA, TOBACCO, W ISH, A. Queensware, Glassware, PUTTY, GLASS, WINDOW SASH, Nail, at wholesale and reuil. Table Carpenter' Tools, , Pocket Cutlery, Shovels, Spades, Door Trimmings, Frying Pans, Hoes, Ac, Ac; Wooden Ware of all Kinds, Coil Bope, Bed Cords, and Twine ! Ail of which are offered for sale cheaD. for Cash or Countrv Produce. Call and examine mi stock before purchasing elsewhere. Corn. Oats rike reus Emigrants furnished with complete White Clood, April 19. 1860-tf. S. M. PETTENGILL & CO.'S ADVERTISING AGENCY. US A'assau St.,N. Y., and 10 Stat St., Boston . M. PETTENGILL & CO. are the ageuta for the "Chief," and the most influential and largest circulating Newspapers in the United States and the Canadas. They are authorized to contract for us at our Ioweat rates. J. S. POST. General Newspaper, Adver tising and Subscription Agent, second storr, north-west corner of Chestnut and Third Sts., St. Louis, is our authorized Agent in that city, and is empowered to contract at ear regular rates, and receipt for ns. Messrs. ROUNDS ft LANGDON.ef Chica go, are our authorized Agents for that city. CHICHESTER & SANt OKI), Proprietors of the Merchants' Advertising, Commission and Collecting Agency, are Agents for this paper, in the cities of Philadelphia and Baltimore. J. E. DUDDERIDGE, of St. Louis, is an authorized Agent for the Chief. SHERIFF'S SALE. T"OTICE is hereby given, that I will oer IN for aale, at public auction, at the door of the Court House, in the town of Hiawatha, on the nineteenth (19th) day of June, A.D. 1860, at 1 o'clock, P. M., of said day, the following real estate, to wit: The Sontb-East Quarter of Section No. Seven, (7) in Township Four, (4) of Range No. Eighteen (lb) Eut of the Sixth Principal .Meridian ot Kansas territory; taken as the property of Powers and Lock wood, on an execution in favor of Francis M. Monief, issued irom the Second District Court of the Territory of Kansas, in and far Brown County, and to me directed, as Sheriff of Brown County. Given nnder my hand, this Hth day of May, A. D. 1660. JOHN H. PCHENCK, Sheriff of Brown County, K. T. May 17, 1860-tds. SIIEHirF'S SALH. NOTICE ia hereby given, that I will offer for aale, at public auction, at the door of the Court House, in the town of Hiawatha, on the nineteenth (19th) day of June, A. D. I860, at 1 o clock, P. M., or said day, the following real estate, to wit: the west half of the South- West Quarter of Section No fclevcn, (11) in Township One, (1 ) of Ranpe No Fifteen (15) rJaat of the Sixth mncipal Meridian 01 ivansas Territorv: Ukcn a the property of Addison Simpkins, on an execution in favor of Milton B. Thoniell, issued Irom tne aeconu uisinci Court of the Territory of Kaneal, in and for Brown County, and to me directed, a bhenff of said County. Given under mi hand, tnis tn aay 01 may, A. D. 1660. JOHN H. SCHENCK, Sheriff of Browu Countv, K. 1 . May 17, 1860-td. SHERIFF'S SALE. N OTICE ia hereby given, that I will offer for sale, at public auction, at the door of the Court House, in the town of Hiawatha, on the nineeenth (19th) dav of June, A. O. lew. at 1 o'clock, P. M.,of said dav, the following real estate, to wit: The South "West Quarter of Section No. Nine, (9) in Township Four, (4) of Range No. Fifteen (IS) East of the Sixth PrinciDal Meridian of Kansas Territory; taken as the property of Christopher C. Powers, on an execution in favor of Rufus G. Newland, issued from the Second Dif tnct Court or the 1 ernto rr of Kansas, in and for Leavenworth County, and to me directed, as Sheriff of Brown County. Given under my band, this lUth dy of -Hay, A. D. Ie60. JOHN II. StllKth., Sheriff of Brown County, K- I . May 17, 1860-tds. Maniy'a Patent, Adjustable, seir- Kaking Mower ana ueapcr Combinedl TS now- conceded to be the best Reaping M J. chine extant. It has been brought nearer to nerfection than any other, ia more aimpiy ;.otiMi. and will da better work. Th self- raker can be detached io a moment's time, thus adapting it to the reaping and mowing 01 imieu and tangled grain and grass. Testimonials as ta the value and uperiority of this Machine hare come from all parts of the country, and a trial is all that is needed to give enUra aU f action. It comparative cheapness is by no mean an nimportant consideration. Manufactured at Freeport, Ulinoi. t--. r u..k: tha hrm. Si 35. cash. Self-Raking Attachment, 2tt. cash. H D .1 25, half cash. I am agent for the aale of these Machine in Northern Kansas. v. " " White Clond, April 26, lBW-tr. WAKEFIELD & MORTON, Architects, and Builders, . WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS. WE hav formed a co-partnership, in the above business, and are now prepared to contractor and xeeute all kinds of work In our line. We will also make out plan and specifications for buildings of every description, 00 short notice. . . :ii k. u.r,.M. and w flatter onrselve Uat our werk. will stand th test of thVd0rtlMPeCt'OB R.S. WAKEFIELD, may 10, 60-tf.j JOHN P. MORTON. Look 0ut: for the Muley! Lumber! IiUmbert THE undersigned hav Uken and Btudap in oomplete order, the Steam Saw-Mill in WbiU Ooud, known as the "Muley Mill, where thev keep eonsUnUy on hand a wppiy of good Lumber, for aale at the loweat prieaa, for Cash. - . ' ' n Any bill of lumber required, will be filled with dispatch. We will also saw lumber on the halves, or cheap for cash, on short no tier. This mill daw work eqeal te the baas e eoamtrv. 0rra a call. -, 1 G RUM LET ft PA11AIX. WkJwC April II, lltMf. - i ' REAPERS MOWERS fin 'J CLOTHING, OF GKOCERIES: Cutlery, Garden Rakes, and Potatoes taken in exchange for Good. outfits, on the most reasonable terms. V. II. VAN DOREN. I a S-S a 3 ??-, " C Bi . 1 22.553 j tea- . a. a a c P n o 5 V " !! 3 - 5 I' rS?." fa c ""S a o sr a - 5' 5! 5 - " s2 S J r 3 - 7 ! n r I o wns 3 - " o i i St - Ber-r- :r Hi8'!!!8- e - n . .5 - O : - 3 O. SB 00 - B s 2. S , ; ; 3 a' " a- c 9 m B-S j?3 " 2 0 " r - E. ? " v Eo l rl -26'; -; , 3 13 n a -r 1 er a c s w - r 2 1 O a. Mis-!2"?" n rr?- b e a r fs . TJ O CM X 112, n n it p i W 1 S ? 5 2S 5 1-3 - S . c 2 w s n ST' :-,2ir if. e : 'saiJUs-gss-g 5 - : 0.0 I Soiia;"?,?.! 5 , 3 s - s-; ,v 1 ' T I, - 2 ..rr 2 - 2 2 s 3 5 a 0 5 noc,S"s ?2':S re -o 2. p-S-srS o Si 3 S S 0 re si lis s-s . 3 2. For sale bv Shreve A Miey, White Clond; Root & Cook, Padonia; Z ok A Baldwin, For ... r;.r. I K. Hurbank. Fall Citv; Leieh k SWMn.'l.iwa Point: J. H. Wildy. Highland; Peter A Nephler, Oregon; and by Dealer pen eralIT 'dee. 15, 59-3m. r inm.I. . r. MCV ,M. . SHREVE & MACY, DRUGGISTS, , WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS. rr Dr. Sbreve A M eT attend to the prac ticeof Medicine and fa tery. They may be foond at th Drue Store, whn not profession ally enraged. ' feb.23.6U-tf. crff CHOICE CIGARS, and 5 dosen OUUVJ eana of Fresh and Spiced Oysters, ia store and for sal by . J nor 84. 59-tf. C. DANA SATRS. PLOWS! PLOWS! - HAVING received an agency Bwaas j from the manofactorer, I am prepared to furnish Prairie Plow of all ise. double and sing' tel Shovel Plows, Harrow,, and Culti Tatoraebeap for Cash. " W. H. VAN DOR IN. Wait Cload Jaa 23, 5f-tf Hark Ye! nark Ye! STONE MASONRY. THE subeeriber, being an eiperieneedStoae Mason, and baring located at White Cload, take this method of informing lb publio that k. 1. raadv.aa the shortest aotioe.to aaderUke all jobs ia'hialiBe.aooh aa building Foundations, Walla, Arches, aad also Cistera. Ia all sack work he ha had much experience, aad natters himself that be eaa tana oat joba inferior to aa ether mechanic in th Territory. Order are ropctftUlyoliit4. ' BOOTS r . O W fm J" O "r . ' j : A. t 2 - I 5 2.s-"S a g-SS - 5 o 5 1 S"2 1 1 1 S o S- ol ? V r- "Is S S 3:3.3.3-3 g 5 2-1 ?p f.2 o.?-g- wis S r" S no 2 S 2,5 2 2 S 5 56 &-35TS 8APONIFIER, OR Concentrated Lye, THZ KZAOT TAJCTXT SOAP MAKER. AN indespeasibl article in every family, whereby, with their ordinary kitchen rreas combined with the Saponifier, taey can make all th soap they ase hard, soft, or fancy. It will make hard water soft, and will clean typ to perfection nothing equals it lor cleaning and scouring. Pat ap ia air-tieht iroa ttoxes of lib. each, which will snake, with to S lbs. coramoa srrease, fro at is to ti calloa elecaat soft soap, or S to 10 lbs. hard. It has now been several year since this in valuable artiale was Srt introduced to the Pub lie, Slid the estimation in whiob it is held, wherever known and tried, and the immense de mand for it from all quarters, are conclusive proof of it real merit and value as a family article. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS t The success of our article like that of all dis coveries of true merit and value, ha induced unpnneipled parties to imitate it. We therefor CAUTI9N THE PUBLIC aeainst worthless COUNTERFEITS and to take none but the genuine, original and patented article, 3fann factured only by th . PENNSYLVANIA SALT MANUFACTURING COMPANY, or East Tareataat, Allechaay Co. Fa. OFFICE AND DEPOT, Xo. 396 Pmji -St., Above the Csnal Bridge, .. PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA. Who also Manufacture of standard quality. Caustic Soda for Soap Makers, ' Soda Ash, Copperas, Refined Soda Ash, Manganese, Sal Soda, Nitno Acid, Choloryde of Calcium Soda Saleratua, Bleaching Powder, Sulphrie Acid, Muratic Acid, Aqua Fortis, Culorolonn, Extra Refined Snw-White Table, Dairy and Packing Salt, warranted entirely Pur and Dry, put ud in vanous package ana siyies Th only Pure Salt in the country. FOR SALE BY ALL Store-Keepers in the United Statei. 1000 Case Saponifier, genuine, for sale at manufacturers, prices in lots to suit purchasers, by pril 5,60-1 St Louis, Mo. j STOV MORRIS &. CHENEY ARE on hand, as usual, with a large snd complete assortment of all sizes and pat terns of Cook, Prlor, and Heating Stores, compri!inz the latest and most improved styles; together with TIN", COPPER, AND SIIEET-IltOX WAKE, ... . . . 1 1 1 r i. : ,.u in any quantity 10 suit tne maraet u v mu will be sold "dirt cheap," for the CASH! Wa have also on band BAR IRON AND STEEL, of various kinds, to suit the trade. And last, though not least, we will keep a complete as sortment of MO LINK PLOWS, which, for good qualities, are unsurpassed by anv other in use. White Cloud, April 5, 1860-ly. Health and Happiness Secured I THE CONCENTRATED CURE THE CONCENTRATED CURE A POWEK.r U l. Kti lt.UY A POWERFUL REMEDY FOR WEAKNESS FOR WEAKNESS FOR F.ARLY INHIHUKt. 1 nifl FOR EARLY INDISCRETION TRY IT! TRY IT! TRY IT! TRY IT! ,Youne men whoaresnfferinc from the effects of youthful indiscretion can be surely and per manently restored oy using toe Concentrated Care, OR AQUA VITAE! A Xemedy ot Great and Certain Power! This reined v is put up in small vials, and can be sent by mail to any address. .A trial will satis fy. Use it for a week, and you will experience a" great benefit. A circular containing full par ticular, sent (free) on application. Price per bottle, fl. One bottle will last a month. N. B. Thisremedv is suitable for either x. Address, K. CRUfJER, Medical Agent, 742, Broadway, New York. August 11, lS59-ly. SAMUEL L. JENNINGS, (Successor to C. F. Jennings at Bro.,) Forwarding and Commission Merchant, WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS. I have jnst received a large lot of Which I will sell as low as the lowest; and I have also a fresh supply of FUSTS AD OILS, BRUSHES, WINDOW GLASS, Nails, Crackers, Candles, Tobeec, Than which I know there is no better in the market; . LIQUORS, Which I will retail from thirty cent to twe dollar and a half per gallon. I will pay the hiehest price for Hide and Farsl 8. L. JENNINGS. april 19, 60-tf. ORDER OF PUBLICATION. In th District Court of th Second Judicial District of Kansa Territory, sitting within and for the Countv of Brown, foi the trial of cause ariaiog under the laws of said Terri tory. March 24th, A. D. i860. Andrew J. Boston ) vs.- - Attachment. James A. McGoire.N ON thi day came th plaintifT. and filed hi affidavit, stating that the defendant, James A. McGuire, is a noo resident of the Territory of Kansas, and cannot be served by a process issued on l of this Court; it is therefore ordered bv the Clerk. In vacation, that the said defend ant be notified, bv publication being mad in the White Cloud CWetT a weekly newspaper published in Dooiphaa County, and of general circulation in Brown bouncy, lor ai coosecn tiv weeks, of the pendency of thi rait, th object of which i to obtain judgment for Four Hundred and Thirt-Two Dollar aad Fifty Cent, together with the Interest oa the same, and the eoats of suit; and the aaid defendant, James A. McGuire. is hereby aotified that hi property ha been attached to pay tne aaia ram. and that unless he appearplead, answer or demur to the plaintitTa petitioa herein filed, on or before the first aay 01 jui, u. th petition will be taken aa true, aad judg ment rendered aeeordiagly, and hie property old to par the same. -'., Witnes L. MeArthor, Clerk of said Court, with the seal thereof affiled, at my office, in Hiawatha, thi 24th dav of March, A. D. 1860. . L- McARTHCR. Clerk. . By J- G. Kelkt. D. C. . W. W. GtmraiE, Attorney for Plaintiff. May 3.1860-6W. CfsHn BUSHELS CORN WANTED; OUUU for which th highest market pries will he paid, la CASH, aria delivery iaWhite CLjod. . C DANA 8ATR3 aaareal.fsVa.' Entirely New Stock Of SPRING 5 SUMMER & B ! AT THE ST0EE OP C. DANA SAYRS, WHITE CLOUD! I TAKE pleasure in informing my friends, and the public generally, that I am now re ceiving s large and well selected stock ef Dry Goods, Groceries Boots & Shoes, Hals & Caps, QUEEXSWARE, DlRDff ARE, LIQUORS, NAILS, CORDAGE, FISH, AXD PRESERVED FRCITS. I shall continue to keep the market supplied with every article usually found in a Western Store, and can assure all cash and prompt men that they cannot do better in Kansas or West ern Missouri than here in White Cloud. Thankful for the liberal patronage which bas been extended to me by the citisens of White Cloud and surrounding country, I hope to be enabled to merit a continuance ef the same, by cheap prices and fair dealing. . 1;. UAna oamo. april 12. 60-tf. STEAM FERRY AT WHITE CLOUD! DUNS regularly on th Missoari t 11 River, at the followiug rates: For crossing a team of 1 pair of horse or mules, or 1 yoke of oattle, and waon, loaded or empty, $0.75 Three yoke of cattle and wagoe, 1 25 One horse and bucev. Saddle horse and rider, 35 Loose horses, nerbesd. 1 Cattle, per head, 1U Hogs and sheep, psr head, 4 Foot passengers, 10 Northern emigration, from Missoari, Iowa, 1 Illinois, Wisconsin or Michigan, either for Cal- i ifornia or any part of Kansas or Southern Ne-. braska, will find a mll route to this point, on a State Road from Des Moines, Iowa; and as good roada through Missouri, by way of Savan nah and Oregon, to this place, as to any other point on the river. There are good landings a knth aiilc nf thA river; anil 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 I mu uian. " - van v lu, V.IUWIHI. Mi gration, that they can strike the old California 1 1 1 . 1. .... ... A k r..i;r...n;. , Road within U miles of this place, ana they ill find eood eraxine for stock within half a mile of the liver, and plenty of wood aaiwater on the route to the Big Blue, only 80 miles from here: and thev will find this road over 4U miles shorter than the road from St. Joeph,and ovei 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 tins route, and we pledge our selves tfl pass them overthe river free, on their return, if they sre not satisfied 01 tne foregoing facts. White Cloud has three or four eood stores and trading houes; two first-clas9 Hotels; lumber is only $15 per 1,000 feet; the country is rapidly filling up; and there is as eood a farming region, extending for over 50 miles back of the river, a can b found in anv part of Kansas. MOORES It TAYLOR. June 9, 59-ly. EDWIN H. GRANT, Attorney at Law, NOTARY PUBLIC, ASD REAL, ESTATE AOENT, ornci is the cocar Horsi, HIAWATHA, BROWN CO., KANSAS. Will atianil nstmntl tn fill HiiIrin Pntmt. cd to him in Brown ami th adjoining Counti 1 . er r n a J. C. SCOTT, Attorney at Law & Land A?cnt. SENECA, NEMAHA CO., KANSAS. SPECIAL attention paid to the Collection of Claim in Nemaha, Marshall and Brawn Counties. REFERENCES: Bikles St Willuws, White Cloud, Kansas. V. D. Maskhim, " " Jamks CaaciLL & Co.. St. Joseph, Mo. Ho. Scil R. Cams, Keokuk. Iowa. E. B. Hal, B inker, Cleveland, Ohio. Ho. Dahi. R. Tilou, - -Mcsx, Gill A Co., Chicago, Illinois. R. U. Toaair, Dist.Cl'k, Nemaha Co., K.T. july 14, 53-ly. SAMUEL LAPPIN, Land and General Agent. SENECA, NEMAHA CO., KANSAS, Wl LL promptly attend to investing Money, paying Taxes, locating and selling Land iv.M.t. Kiiwinw ami allinr Lands, and mak ing Collections in Northern Kansas aad South ern Nebraska. Office on M :n btreet. REFERENCES: V. D. Mabsha, White Cloud, Kansas. E. A. Podlct, Iowa Point, " A. C. Wilms, Leavenworth, " GiLssar A Statto!I, Kickapoe, Phillips A Donee, " " P. L. Hooens, " R. DoTTO. Hiawatha, " Likens A Botd. St. Joseph. Mo. Oiias Bailet, Bloomfield, Ed?ar Co., III. R. J. Gtliio, Indianapolis, lad. june 30, 59-ly. . Reduced to $5 a Tear frepald. The best aad aad cheapest periodieal ia lie nvnu r. nf u a 1. ;njrsseit eiren i a cuKTiriivc . - --, lation, the Publisher of Littell' Living Ate, are enabled to reduce the yearly subscription price from $6 to 5- The publisher are deter mined taat no expense or leoor un uv -i"- to make this the magazine for the million! And whilst boldly challenging competition, claim for it only what baa been conceded by the most eminent men of this country, from the time of it first publication, ovr sixteen years since, to the present day, via: I. That it is suitable to all classes or readers Statesmen, Professional men. Philosophers. Poet. Students, Merchants, Mechaniea and Farmers, all of whom may derive pleasure and profit from U pages. . t a m.. :- i, kj fonrwt the cream Ot all the world-renowned Review and Periodicals of burnici wi.m - from th best fugitiv literature of oar own e artieiee. ana seiecaons eomtrj. . , 3. It contains more reaainx; mr .. v i.,hnrl. rh weeklrnum- her eonuining sisty-fonr pages snd a f ine Steel . . s 1 . ik) - naV4Taan Portrait, making inree V . and twentv-eisht pages in a year, with fifty-two .teelenaving . IJllllt I, 111. wmc - in the country, having been published over six teen Tears. ... ... a m... :. .k. rlinnMl nablteation oi ue day", whether ft Is judged by the quantity or quaiitv ot its contents. . .... 6. that no librarv is perfect without it. 7. That to those with limited means, it is aa admirable substitute for a library of miseellane- . . - j c.n K.t FamilV Ki' ousooosa. nouiu"j,"" 7 Ti : n gaxine. it is perfectly nexeeptionable In au n . c w.ii. nn,T. or thirteen cents a Bomber, seat by mail, pnt paid, to any address ia the United State. To Clergymen, Students aad Clnba. Four Dollars. - DELISSER it PROCTOR. Kft, Broadway, New York- li Cheaper than Ever! 1U In Full Blast! THE undersiened, proprietor of the White Cloud Steam Saw Mill, take pleasure ia nnnuncine to the public, that their mill is in ! 'he very best order, and thev hav commenced operation for the season. They are prepared to do sawing of every kind and description, on the shortest notice. They will saw on the halves, or fr meney, very cheap. They will constantly keep on hand ALL KINDS OF LUMBER! which they will sell a little cheaper 'ban can be had anvwhere e'se, for Cash, or to good men on short time. They have also an excellent Lath Mill, and are prepared at all time to fur nish LATHS in any quantity, a.t low rate. Give us a ctll, an I sitisfy yourselves that we ean do just what we siv. WM. MAITCK SONS. White Clou J. Mirch 17. IS59-tf. W. G. SARGENT. Attorney and Counsellor at Law, NOTARY PUBLIC. And Commissioner for Maine, Massa chusetts New York, Kentucky, and Missouri. OWN COUNTY. KANSAS. 0Pt Office A1.1re Himl'n, Hiawatha, or Padonii, Brown Countv, Kansas. XB feh. 3, 59-ly. CITY HOTEL, WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS. JOHN II. I'TT, : : : PROPRIETOR. J THIS HOUSE, which bas jnt been j completed, is one of the Ur?e3t and JL. finest in the West. It is now open to tne pno lie. and will be kept in a style equal to the best Hotels. Every department will be conducted in such a way as to aff.ird the greatest amount of comfort to those stepping at the House. THE TABLE Will at all tiras be supplied with the very best that the market afTorls, both of the neces saries and the delicncies of life. THE BLEEPTUa APARTMENTS Are mnrnr and well ventilated, and the bed ding will always be found in good condition. Is supplied witn a variety or Liquors, Cigars. Fruits, etc., of a choice quality. There are likewise good Stabling and Feed for Horses, and a competent person to take chir;e of them. The House ca . accommodate a large number of persons, and tne utmost attention will ver be eiven to the Mints of the public. April 21, l5y-tf. Try Ward's Telpjraph Tonic! FOIt FKVER AD AGI'E, ""7"Hir,H neJr fails to cure! Warranted, v V if tiken a. cording to directions, to effect a cure. The proprietor can produce a thousand certificate tn those who wish to see them, but does not think it necessary to display them, a the medicine will recommend itself, if given s trial. Try it once, and satisfy yourself. Warranted perfectly Vegetable and harmless For sale by Shreve' A Macy, White Cloud; and bv Dealer evervwhere. All orders must be addressed to W. W. WARD, Mansion House, Les.vcnwor!h City, Kansas, General Acrent for Kansas, Nebraska, snd the Western States. july 21,59-3ra. IMPORTANT FACTS FOR FAST WARD BOTJHD TRAVELLERS ! Read aad Preserr for Futor Refer ratel I TJ npsraHelled Speed an Com'ort front ths Fron tier to tne sea snore : Inauguration nf a fft Em in tht History mf Knnat mni Nebratka. Chicago, Burlington & Qulncy R. R. On a!o AtTra auqcst 17, 1839, tsavrlless raoa wesTrav Missouri, kaisas ana Krsaas- 4. can start from St Josvrw at 6 A. M., Arrive at Quiney st7.00 r. .,same day. Chicaso, at 7.1 a.m. next " ' Detroit, at6.30r.a- ' Toledo, at 4.10 P. m. - - Cleveland, at 9 46 r. u. - Pittsbnrs, at 2.25 a. at. 2nd " ' Snsnension Bridge, at 4.00 a. a. " Buffilo. at 4.45 a. " " Philadelphia, at 5.10 r m. - u " New York, at 9.30 r. m. - - R,wtrn at M'ulniffht w Time Throush from St. Joseph to New York 63 1-3 Hours, rime i nroosa frrm St. Joseph to Boston 68 Hour, inrlndinz all stops. "So Route except via Quiney and CM- .. . . eag o can mate inis urns i From Quiney Eantwnri. Sleeping Cart on all fight Train: Tiekets via this Route for Sale at all the offices. and on the Boats or the Hannibal ana St, Joseph Rail Road. Pcrchxte Thronih Tickets an.1 Save Money 1 Be Sure and pet Ticlett via Ckiea j9 and Qiriacf ft malt f SAM'L POWELL, GenM Ticket Agent. C. G. HAMMOND. Genl Soperintent. D. S. LovEJor, Ag't, St. Josepa. sept. l,59-3m. Brace's New fork Type-Fetadrj, HAS now on hand aa Immense stock of Roman Typ. PncT Trt. Copperplate Script. German Typ. Music tvr. Ornament. Ches and Checker lyp. Borders, Brass and Metal RuIbs, Leads, Bra and Electro. Ciiclesand Ellipses, Labor Saving Rules, Corner Quad Metal Furniture, etc. The tvpes are all cast by steam power from .. i : . kL !.: VaihiiW. i ft . in nam racial ptcn, w . - - unequalled rapidity in the process of easting enables me to sen ine ui,v., - the lowest prices of ordinary type, either for cash or credit. Presses, Wood Type, Ink, Cases, sties, eta.. luruisuru . - i A specimen pamphlet of Fonta of Letter only, .!lt tn nrintin offices. OO the r- ention oi even eento, to pre-pay the Pa?- f rimers ei newspapers ww k--"-- this advertisement, including this note, throe times before the 1st dar of August, 1859, snd forward me one of the papers, will be allowed their bills, at the time of making a purchase from m of tv times th a mount of my snaasv Addr, EOROE BRUCE. 13, Chamber Street, New York, jnae S3, 1 859. Importait t Farmers I METROPOLIS FLOUR MILLS, LEAVENWORTH. KANSAS. mu r nf t,M Milla are aow re 1HD (n .rr i m w. 1 j. ill. imi af ff but. IM thev would portieularly call the atteatioa of FARMERS to the imponenee oi wins, -i i thip wheat to market at civsnms mny ' - t the earl" possible time, to avoid damage and lnes by letting it remain is ine nem uu mm r aii rains eome on. Threah vour wheat at the same ttm f roaninf . if aoeaible: brirur it la , we will 1 ,. -. r -V. ,;u .m vfah Sa uQ. pinre i , im wi K'",. -.. Yoa will here And ale for all yoor wheat at th hirhest market price, or yoa esa xehsnt it fr flour on th most favorable, term. Giv a food, dean wheat, and w will gia fM h heat floor offeved in this market, yoa e oe. now a,rlE A BUNTING. iMTeaworth, Jane 33, l5-tf WOW KEADY. The Prince of the House of David! . The Prince of the House or David ! The Prince of the House of David ! By the Rev. J. U. INGRAH AM, LL. D. A new and revised edition, with the author' latest corrections. On volume, Limo., cloth, 47 2 pages.. Price $1. 25. Published by GEORGE G. EVANS, No. 433 Chestaut Street, Philadelphia. DER FCRST ATS DHID'S IUISE, A literal translation in German of the PRINCE OF THE HOUSE OF DAVID. One volume, 1 2mo., cloth, 4T5 pages. Prise $1.00. Verlag don GEORGE G. EVANS No. 439 Chestnut Street, PbilndelpUa. THE PILLAR OF FIRE! r, ISRAEL IN BONDAGE. 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