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il . 1 Cheaper than Ever In Full Blast! THE undersigned, proprietor of the Whit Clood Steam Saw Mill, take -pleasure in naouncing to the public, tbat tbeir mill i in he very beet order, and the have commenced Operation for th aon. They r prepared to do Miring of erery kind and deeriptioa, on the ibortest notice. They will 11 on the halve, or for m.nav. Terr ehap. They wiil eonstantlv keep on band ALL KIND3 OF LUMBSR! which they will sell a little abeaper than eaa be bad anywhere ttie. for Cath, or to good mea on ehort tint. Ther bare alto aa exeelleat Lath Mill, and are prepared at all timet to far ftisb LATHS In an? cuatitity, at low rate. Give nt a call, end tatiify yoartelret tbat we sa do jut what we eay. WM. MAUCK A SONS White Cleud. March 17, 1859-tf. W. Q. 9ARQENT. Attorney and Counsellor at Law, NOTARY PUBLIC. Aad Commissioner for Main, Want ausetts, He York, Kentucky, ad Missouri. OWN COUNTY. KANSAS. O Poet Office Address HamVn, Hiawatha, r Padonia, Brown County, Kansas, feb. 3, 59-1 y. CITY HOTEL. WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS. JOHN H. UTT, : t : PROPItlETOlt. THIS HOUSE, which hat Jot been fj completed, is one of the largest and finest in the West. It it now open to the pub Ho, and will be kept in a style equal to the best Hotels. Every department will be conducted in such a way a to afford the greatest amount f comfort to those stopping at the Hoate. TBS TABLE Will at all times be supplied with the Tery best that the market afforde. both of the neces saries and the delicacies of life. TEE SLEEPING APARTMENTS Are roomy and well ventilated, and tha bed- Ant; will-always be foand in good condition. It supplied with, a rarlety of Liquors, Cigar, Frnita, etc., of a ehoice quality. There are likewise pood Stabling and Feed for Hones, and a competent person to take barg of them. The House ea . accommodate a large number ef person, and Cue utmost attention will ever be given to the wants of the public. April 21, 1859-tf. Try Ward's Telegraph Tonic! FOR Fr-VETt AD AGTTE, WHICH neer fails to enre! Warranted, if taken a cording to directions, to effect enre. The proprietor can produce a thousand certificates to those who wish to see them, but does not think it necessary to display them, as the medicine will recommend itself, if given a trial. Try it once, and satisfy yourself. Warranted perfectly Veetable and harmless. For sale by Shrere k Macy, White Cloud; and by Dealer evervwhere. All orders must be addressed to W. W. WARD, Mansion Howse, Leavenworth Citv, Kansas, Oeneral Agent for Kansas, Nebraska, and the Western Bute. july 21,59-3in rBTPOKTATTT FACTS FOR EAST WAUD BOUTTD TRAVELLERS ! Read and Preserve for Polar. Refer tntel J PoparaHelled Speed an Com'ort from th Frui tier to tns Sea shore ! Imauptratin of a New Era in the History J Assmi a Nebraska. Chicago, Burlington & Qaincy R. R On and trm Atrocrr 17, 1859, TtAvrLLras rtOM WESTER!! MtSSOt'RI, KANSAS And ITEBRA sa, can start from Sr Joseph at 6 A. M., Arrive at Quincv at7.00 r . at., ame day " Chicago, " Detroit, Toledo, Cleveland, " Pituhure, at 7.1 S a.k. next at 6.30 r. M . " at 4.10 p. m. " t9 4Br. at. at 2.25 a. at. 2nd Suspension Bridge, at 4.00 a. - rJuttaio, 814.4.1 a. sr. " " Philadelphia, t5.10 r a. " " New York at 9.30 r. at. " - - Boston, at Midnight " -Time Tbfttu-ih front St, Joseph to New York 63 1-S 1fonr. Time Through frrai St. Joseph to Boston 68 Hoars. lnclndinc all stops. Xo Route except via Qniney an! Cbi cafo can make this time 1 From Quina Eattwnrd, Sleeping Cart en all Xtght Train. Ticket via thia Route for Sale at all the office, and on the Boat of the Hannibal and St. Joseph Rail Road. Parchase Thronjh Tickets and Save Money ! B Sun mndgtt Tiekrtt bis Ckicagt mni Quintf SAM'L POWELL, Gen'l Ticket Agent. C. G. HAMMOND, Gen'l Superintend D. S. Lovuor, Ag't, St. Joph. tept.I,S9-3m. Brace's Kew York Tjpe-Foundry, TTA3 now on hand aa immense stock of JX Roman TypV Taney Tvn. Copperplate Script. flerman Typa. musio type, omameau, v Chess and Cheeker Type, Borders, Bras and Metal Rule, Lead. Bras and Electro. Cualssaad Ellipses, Labor Saving Rules, Corner uaaa Metal Furniture, eta. Th type are all cast by steam power from tha bard metal peculiar to thi Foundry. The nnequalled rapidity in the process of eaitiag enable m to aell thee mora durable true at tb lowest price of ordinary type, aitasr.far cash or credit. Presses, Wowd Type.Iak, Cases, Stick, eta.. furnished at tha manufacturer's lowest pneaa A specimen pamphlet of Fonts of Letter oaly, and prices, mailed to printing offices, on the re ception of seven cents, to pre-pay the postage. Printers of Newspapers who choose to publish this advertisement, including this note, three time before th lit day of Angast, 1859, and forward me on of the paper, will be allowed their bills, at the time .f making a parehaae from ma of ir tiate tha amoanlof my ataaav faeturea. Addre, - CORSE SRUOC, 1.1, Chsmbsrs Barest, Xew York, Jua S, 1859, Sw. Important t Faraf rs t METROPOUS FLOUR MILLS, LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS. THE proprietors of these Mills are now rea dy to receive th new crop of Wheat, and thev would particularly call the attention of FARMERS to the importance of threshinsv cleaning and getting their wheat to market at the earliest possible time, to avoid damage and loss by letting it remain in the field till the Fall rains come on. Thresh your wheat at the same time of reaping, if possible; bring it in, we will tor it free of charge till you wish to sell. 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We are SOLE AGENTS for the most celebrated patterns of COOK, PASI0K AJTD HXATHT3 (TOTES, (for both Coal and Wood,) which w will sell atextremely low price, and will warrant to giv as good satisfaction a any stove now in market. We have a full stock or Hollow Ware, Su ra r Kettles, Ovens, Stew Pots, Skillets, Tea Kettles, and all other articles in that line, which we are oRcnn; at greatly reduced prices. Wear, the sole and onlv agentsof Ludlow's Celebrated Patent Self-Sealing Fruit Caa aad Jars. This article has been in as. in or than four years, and is universally admitted in safety aad eonveniene. to be entirely without nvai. To Tinner w would eav we have the TOPS and BOTTOMS for ALL KINDS OF FRUIT C A to supply th. trad, and will make very liberal discount. We invite both dealer aad manufacturer to examine our itock. J. E. CROSS k CO.. N. 134. Nartk Seeand Street, St. Lamia, Ma. August 11, lcwf-om. NOTICE. WHEREAS, my wife. Sarah L. 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To those who propose patronizing the "Weeklt Press" rwomotitnde in forwarding their orders for the New Volume Is earnestly recommended, as, from present iudicatinns.il is beleived that large as the edition may be which will be prin ted, it will not long be in our power to furnish back numberi, in which case disappointment must occur. TERM3 i One copy, one year, $2 00 Three copies, one year, S 00 Five copies, one year, fi 00 Ten copies, one year, 12 00 Twenty conies, to one address, at rate of $1 per annum, 20 00 Twenty copies, to on. address of esch subscriber. 24 00 Any person sending us a Club of Twenty or more vui ne entitled an extra copy. We con tinue to send The Weekly Press to Clergv. men, for $1. Subscriptions msy commence at any tim I erms alwavs cash in advance. All letters to be addressed to JOHN W. FORNEY, No. 417 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. The Dollar Dealer. For 1880. NEW VOLUXE NEW TYPE. For twenty years the "Cleveland Plain Deal er" has been owned and controlled, Published and Edited by the same individual. It haa never missed a publication dav nor scratched Democratic Ticket. It has fought its wav sin gle handed against all opposition until it has National circulation and a National renutati n From Maine to California the Plain Dealer is known and read, and it never was in so good condition pecuniarily, or in better plack. ooliti cally, to fight the battles of Democracy than now. t or the coming year it will be particu larly aevotea to ropuiar sovereignty ! It has against high authority, dared to advo eate the right of ' the people of a te ritory as wall as a State, to regulate their domestic in stitutions in their own way," and it will contin ue to do to against said high authority, "th world, the flesh and th. devil." Against all Lecompton Constitutions, slav. codes, and th re opening of the Slave Trade, this Paper i devotedly dedicated from this time, henceforth and forever : "Come one, come all ! This rock shall fly From its firm base a soon as I :' Besides the current News of the Day, the Plain Dealer wilr contain in each number TALE, Correspondence from a best of Contrib utors, and Telegraphic Reports from all part or tne world. The Com-nerciaVDepartment will be under the sole charge of James Brokenshire, Esq., who ia actyiowled to be one of the belt market report ers in the country. The Local Department will be presided over by that original and laughter provoking genius, " Artemus ward, Eq.," whose Letters. Jokes Oddities and Quidities, are alone worth the price of the paper. In short we are prepared to present one of the best and neatest and cheapest family Newspapers ia the West. . StTBSCRIPTION. 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Flair! 1HAVE just received a lot of good Liquors from St. Louis, such as have never been in thi city before. I have Bourbon from tha old country, and Common a good as ever was ande, and Brand v from Snain. I bar mlan a lot of good Flour on hand, which I will MII a low a can b boeght hi th eitv. . . boy. 9. SMf. I. L- J BK NOrOaV THE WEEKLY C0ISTITITTI0.T. TfMbiagtoa, D. C. We wonld earnestly invito tb. attention of our democratic friend throughout tb. Uoioa to th. ttetklf edition of our paper which la published every Saturday morning, and which has already met with such marked and flatter' ing success. The "Weakly Consitution" i a large and beautifully printed aheet, combining roe advantages or a political ana lamiiy news. paper. 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In each department we shall rnaeavnr to assist in improvement and instruction, and make it a favorite with the vounger portion of the home circle, by so treat ing of subjects that a desire to more thorough ly understand the fr science of farming shall prevail, that the calling m ty be looked upon as it really is, the most healthful and independent one known. The list of practical contributions will be much enlarged another year, and no expense necessary to make it th Agricultural Paper of im wesi win oe spared. The paper will ever he found the working man's friend and advocate. Terms of the Prairie Farmer for I860. GREAT INDUCEMENTS. On Copy, one year $3 00 Three Copiea, oae year 5 00 Six Copies, one year, and one to agent 9 00 One additional copy to the club agent for ev ery ten copies over six. For each one of filty persons sending the first lists of twenty subscriber on above terms. after this date we will give a Bound Volume of Thb Pbairib Farxsb for tb. last half or the present year. To the first six persons, who will send us lis' of fifty or more snheriler on above terms, we will give a eopv of lV76wr' Unabridqrd Dic tionary (pietoral edition) containingJtVen hun dred illustratinns. Friends of Thr Prairib Farurb. yon can do much to extend the usefulness and circulation of Thr Fasmr. Will von not trv 1 We will send sample copies anil prospectuses ire to any who will try to extend it circula tion. Addreaa EMERY k CO., 304 Lake Street, Chicago, III. HOWARD ASSOCIATION, Philadelphia. A Benevolrnt Institution established iy apeeial Eadawnttnt, for the Relief af th Sick ani Distressed, afflicted teilk Virulent and Epidemic Disrates. THE HOWARD ASSOCIATION, in view of the awful destruction of human life caused by Sexual diseases, several year ago directed their Consulting Surgeon to open a Dispensary for the treatment of thi class of diseases, in all their forms, and to giv MEDI CAL ADVICE GRATIS to all who apply by letter, with a description of their condition (age. occupation, habit of life, tc) and, in cases of extreme poverty, to FURNISH MEDCINES FREE OF CHARGE. The Director of th. Association, in their late Annual Report express tb. highest satis faction with the success which haa attended the labors of their Surgeons in the cure of 3 per ma torrhoea.Seminal Weakness, Gonorrhoea, Gleet, Syphilis, the Vice of Onanism or Self-Abuse, Diseases of the Kidneys aad Bladder, Ac. and order a continuance of the tame plaa for the ensuing vear. . An admirable Report on Spermatorrhoea, or bemmal W eakaeas, th. nee of Onanism. Mas turbation or Self-Abuse, and other diseases of the Sexual organ, by the Consulting Sargeon, will besentbvnuiLf in .sealed euvelopelFREE OF CHARGE, on receipt of two tTAar for pos tag. A i a1 ra, for Report or treatment. DR. J.SKIL LIN HOUGHTON. Acting Surgeon, Howard Association. Ho. 3 south Uinta Street, Phila delphia, Penn. . sept. 1. 19-1 y. MARRIAGE GUIDE! . YOUNG'S GREAT PHYSIOLOGICAL WORK, or, Every one hi own Doctor- Being a Priwate Instructor for married persons or those about to marry, both male and female. In everything concerning the nhvsiolorv and relation of our sexual system, and the produc tion or prevention of offspring, including all the new discoveries never before given ia the Eng. liah language.by WM. YO0NG, M. D. Thi really a valuable aad interesting work. It i written ia plain language for the general reader. and ia illustrated with upward of one hundred ewgrarraga. All young married people, ar those contemplating marriage, aad having the least Impediment te married life, should read this book. ItdicIoecreUthateveryoiie should be acquainted with. Still it i a book that aunt be locked ua and sot tie about th boose. It rill be sent to anyone the receipt ef twenty wreeeat. Addre. DR. WM. TOUNG, No. flflSpruee St.. above roerth, Philadelphia- arh-lu,a-ly.- :; TDE SETT-TORX TDIBUSE. The Trucks now more than .Ight.n yr old, and having over Two Hundred Thousand subscribers, or constant purahasers, diffused through every State and Territory of our Union I will continue in easene. what it haa been the earnest champion of Liberty, Progress and of whatever will conduce to our national growth in Virtue, Industry, Knowledge, and Prosperity. It will continue to urge the emancipation not only of the Black laborer from chattleiim and legal impotence, butof the White likewise from Land Monopoly, Intemperanee, Ignorance, and that dependence on remote M irk eta which par alyzes exertion by denying to Toil any adequate and morally certain rea d. Believing thai the cn.ci r,u ui our une 19 uie inonnmie nuiuini aatinnanil -f p.itin. will continue to war against whatever tend to degrade Manual Labor or deprive it of its just and full recompense. It will inflexibly com mend the po'icy of winning hither from Europe the Useful Arts, and, wherever thev may be needed, the Artisans ss well for whose product our eauntrv is now running recklessly into debt, while our laborer roam iu fruitles ouest of em ployment, leaving their children in want of) riak which he must run in violent atS!;1 bread, though the farmer is too often compelled : thia baleful distemper. Thi - Cril tf to aell his crops at most inadequate prices. In ' the miasmatic poison of Frvza and short, while battling against Filibusterism and from the system and preventa th driv every other manifestation of that evil spirit stent of the disease, if taken on th filw which eeik through the spoliation of other preach of its premonitory tymritoTBKl'' countries that aggrandizement which i to be not only the beat remedy ever vrt truly attained only through the du. develop- ment and cultivation of our internal resources, it will urgentlv art vacate a II urgentlv ad vacate a more enectiveiy discriminating Tariff, the Frtedom of the Pub lic Land:', the construction "f a Krailroad Irom the navigable waters of the Misaissippi to those of the Pacific, and every other measure which seems to us calculated to enhance the dignity or the recompense of Labor and promote the well being of Markinrf. The irrepreswible conflict" between Dark ness and Light, Inertia and Progresas, Slavery and Freedom, moves steadily onward. Isolated arts of folly and madnesa may for the moment give a seeming advantage to Wrong : but God still reign, and the Ages are true to Humanity and Right, Th year 166M must witness a memo rable conflict between these irreconcilable antag onists. The question "Shall Human Slavery be further strengthened and diffused by the pow er and under the flag of the Federal Union T" is now to receive a momentous if not conclusive answer. "Land for the Landless, versus Ne groes for the Negroless" U the battle cry of the emlio lied Millions who, hsving j tret swept Penn sylvania, Ohio and the North-West, appear in the new Congress, backed by nearly every Free State, to demand a recognition of every man's right to cultivate and improve a medio cum of the earth's surface wherever h. has not been anticipated by the State's cession to anoth er, r rec Homes, and the consecration 01 tne cration 01 tne virgin soil of the Territories to Free Labor two requirements, but one policy must largely absorb the attention of Congress through the : ensuing session, as of the People in ths succeed ing Presidential canvass ; and. whatever the immediate i.vue, we eansot doubt that the ulti mate verdict will be in accord at once with the dictate of impartial Philanlhtophy and the in alienable Right of Man. Having made arrangements for rail r and more graphic 'e ports of the doing of Gongress, and of whatever else Inspiring at he federal Me tropoli shall seem worthy ol Public regard, and having extended both our Foreign and Domestic Correspondence and strengthened our Editorial staff, we believe Thb Trisukr may safely chal lenge a comparison with any rival whether asan exponent of principles or as a reliable mirror of the pissing world. We purpose not to be sur passed nor.ant-cipated In the collection or pre sentation of intelligence, though we eschew that reputation for enterprise which is acquired by bribing messenger and clerks in public offices to connive at the premature publicaiion of trea ties or other official documents. We prixeaccn racy of statement quite as highlv as prompti tude, but endeavor not to sacrifice th. latter while securing the farmer. Exsentiallv, Thb Tbirpmr will be what it has been, while weshall ctnntatlv study to improve i's every feature. and "make each dsy a critic n the last." The general verdict of the Pre and the Public has affirmed the sueees of onr past labors, and those of the future shall be characterised hv equal earnes'ness and aMiiity. We ask those who beliv the general influence of our journal to he salutary to aid us in extending that influence through an increase of our subscriptions. TTIE NEW-YORK D V! I.Y TRIBUTE is printed an a large imperial sheet, and pub lished everv morning and evening (Sundays ex cepted.) It contains Editorials on the topics of the times, employing a large corps of the best newspaper writers ol the day : Domestic and Foreign Correspondence ; Proceedings of Congres" : Reports of Lectures ; City News ; Cattle, Horse, and Produce Marksts : Reviews of Books ; Literary Iatelligence ; Papers 00 Mechanics and the Arts, Ac , Ac, We strive to mike Thy Tbibosb a newspaper to meet the ant of th pnblic it Telegraphic new alone costing over $15,000 per annum TERM3 t THE DAILY TRIBTiSE ia mailed to nb scibers at $r per annum, in aJranc ; 13 for six months; The New-York Semi-Weekly Tribnae is published verv Tneaday and Friday, and contains all the Editorials of the Daily, with the CattV, Horse, and General Market, reli. My reported expressly for THE TRIBUNE Foreign and Domestic Correponence ; and dU' ring the aesinna of Congress it contains a sum mary of Congrraioanl doings, with th. more mnortant speeches. We shall s heretofore, mske THE SEMI-WEEKLY TRIBUNE a Literarv. as well as a pilitic tl newspaper, and we are determined that it shall remain in the front rank of family papera. One copy I year Two conie 1 year, r Jit I 5 copies 1 vear $1125 r. 5 10 " ta 1 addresa 20 Ten Xouies, ta addreta af tack tuhseriber, 2.2n each. Any person sending ns a club of twentv, or over, will he entitled to an extra copy. For club of Fifty we will tend the Daily Tribune on vesr. THE SEMI-WEEKLY TRIBUNE i ent to Clergymen at (3 per annum. The New-York Weekly Tribune, a large eight-page paper for the eountrv. la pub lished every Saturdav, and contain Editorials on the important topics of the times, the of the week, interesting correspondence from all part of the world, the New York, Cattle. Horse, and Produce Market, interesting and reliable Political, Mechanical and Agricultural article, Ac, Ac, Weshall, during thia year, aa hitherto, eon- stantlv labor to improve the quality of the in atrwetive entertainment afforded be THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, which, we Intend. shall continue to be the beat r aatily Weekly Newspaper pablished la the World. We eon (ider the Cattle Market Report alone richly worth to cattle raiser a year abaiptioo pnc. TERMS On. copy, 1 year, tl I 5 copies, I year. $8 3 copies, 1 year, tS 10 copies, 1 year, 12 Twenty copies, to an addresa, $20 and any larger number 11 each. .. 30 copies, ta addreaa af emek anaaeriiar, $34 and any larger nuraoer at $1,211 each. Any person sending a a club ef Twaaty, or asove, will be entitled to an extra eopv. For a club of fifty, we will send the Semi-Weekly Tribune; sod for a club of one hundred the Daily-Tribune will he sent gratis. We eon tinue to send Tat WxrxLY Trirwxb to Cler gvmenfortl. Subscriptions may commence at any time. Terms always cash in advance. All let tan to oe aaareaaew vo 1 . HORACE GREELEY k CO. Tribune Building, " . .. Nascaa Street, New Yerk V: D. MARKHAM. ATTOEXKTAT LAW & REAL ESTATE AG EfT, - WHITE CLOUD. KANSAS. . .1 WILL practice ia all the Court of Doni phaa. Browa.aad the adjoining Counties: pay taxes for non-resident, aad buy -and aell landa, PartMular attention paid to collections ia Kansas, Nebraska, and North-West Miasoari OFFICE ON MAIN STREET. - : Jan.20,53-tf. " ,. - ( BBLS. HYDRAULIC CEMENT Just IU received, per steamer Wat; Can obeli. and for sal bv - 'k; g. u JENNINGS. af.M-tf.'ti .t: rw ,c-r? w t v Agne Cure tn srxzsT ctat or ' Iatemitteat Fever, or Fever aa , Remittent Fever, Chill Pe Jr Ague, Periodical Headache. anT Headache, aaa BUiaa, TnZ Zi for tae whole clasa .f iu Uhtimg ia wiliary derang tmtm. hT Ue Malaria of miaamaue co,? Ko on. remedy is louder eaUcd t k necessities of the American nenni. ,i ' '- and safe cur. for Fever and a-T" 1 it! v. are now enabled to Offer. ..!. - . -dru e . certainty that it w-Jl eradicat the dT and with assurance, founded oa .T?"- no harm can uiae front its utt in tity. . ..Ttf whi few or prc ,. disorder must be of immense tiT u ' communities where it prevails. . . .. a t - - i better than curt, for the Datimi j for thia class of complaints, hut alaai. cheapest. The large quantity w mL 7 0 dollar brings it within the rrr l body; and in bilious districts, where PI Aito Ago prevails, every body should and use it freely both for cure and prou It 11 1 hoped thi price will pLc, itZT: reach of all tho poor as well as th rich. 1 great superiority of thi remedy over Jt other ever discovered for the speedy asd tain cure of Intermittent is, that it coatTL no Quinine or mineral, consequently it tr duces no quinism or other injuriou efca whatever upon the constitution. Those emi by it are left as healthy as if they had L bad the disease. ' Fever and Ague is not alone the cobwcm,,,. of the miamatic poison. A great nhnyof disorders arise from iu irritation, amour jL. are Neuralgia, Rheumatism. Uout, Hcadacha Blindness, Toothache, Earache. Catarrh, AiiJ ma, Palpitation, Painlul Affection of tha Spleen, Hysterics, Tain in the Bowels, (Gv Paralysis, and Derangement of the Stora4 all of which, when originating in this caua put on the intermittent type, or becom pno. caL Thia "Ccbi" expels the poison but the blood, and consequently cure them a alike. It is an invaluable protection to imau. grant and persons travelling or temporarily residing ia the malarious district. Ir . 0-,as;nmnr , d.,i, v;i. , w., ;n yj. ... ,M m d etDDOt .CCUmul.t. in -ItR-TJ. V?" and cannot accumulate in sufficient quamitv hinM. n tn TT. .. . ' . 7r . ucnvw 111a even mora valuable for protection than curt, and few will ever suffer from Intermittent., if they avail themselves of the protection this remedy af. ford. ' Ayer's Cathartic Pills, FOR All THE PURPOSES OF A FAMILY FHTSIC. are so composed that disease within th nan of their action eaa rarely withstand er etid tkea. Their penetrating propertie search, and tleuta. and invigorate every portion of th human artia bm, correcting it diseased action, and mtontt iu healthy vitalities. As a eonatquenc af tan propertie, the invalid who ia bowr down win pain or physical debility ia astonished to lad h health or energy restored by remedy at act aimple and inviting. hot only do they cur thc every-day eomeUiia of every body, but also many formidablt mi dangerou disease. The agent below bum pleased to furnish gratis my American Almiuc, containing eertincatrs of their cures and dutciicu for their use in the following complaints: loans swat. Heartburn, Headache arising Jrom ditctant Stomach, A'aussa, Indigestion, Vmn in and UvM Inaction of tha Bowels, t'tatulencv. Last efJk Uta, Jaundice, and other kindred ton pint ta, arising from a low state of thc body 01 aUtninta of it functions. They are an excellent alura&rs for th renovation of the blood aad the muta tion of tone and etrengm to th sysua wla.iils' oy Ayer's Cheny Pectoral, ros Tni mariD CXRB or Coughs, Colds, Influenza, noarseaess, Croup, Bronchitis, Incipient Coasaap tion, and for the relief of Consumptrrt Patients ia advanced stage ef la disease, 80 wide is the Held of its usefulness and ss at-' meroua are the rases of its cures, that almost every eetion of wawntry abound in persons pub licly known, who have bean restored from aiarmrf and even desperate disease of th luni by ia use. When once tried, it superiority over mry other median of iu kind ia too apparent tt ocas observation, and where it virtues r knows, u public no longer hesitat what antidote to rnpty for th distressing snd dangerous ailectiotu of at tmlmonsry organa that are incident to our ehaau. While many inferior remedies throat apoa tha community have failed and bsea discard t Bus haa gained friends by every trial, conferred beneju on the aulicted they can never forget, aad pV dueed cure too numerous and too tnankiMs be forgotten. riCTAXED BY DIC. J. C. AYER fc CO. LOWELL, MASS. FUk. 6ALE BY Shreve k Macv, White Cloud, Kansas. Dr. J. W. Reed, Iowa Puint, McAllister k Lett, Lafavett, " A. J. Mmier, Highland.' " Peter k Nephler, Oregon, Me. Z.k k Baldwin, Forest City. Barnard k Co., St. Louis, wholesale. Van Lear. Brit tain k Hardy, St. Joseph. And by Agent ia every lowa ia the l'id States. ffeb. 17,45-Iy- 8T. I0ITIS Type and Stereotype Foundry, pauizRj' TTsmaras vaxxXOVix. Established li 181.. 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