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IP I ill Cheaper than Ercr! ; STEAM SAW MILL In Full last! THE undersigned, proprietors of the White Cloud Slum Saw Mill, take pleasure in . announcing to the public, that their mill is in the very bent order, and they hare commenced operation! for the season. They are prepared to do eawing of every kind and description, on the shortest notice. They will saw on the halves, or for meoey, very eheip. They will onstantly keep on hand ALL KINDS or LUMBER! which they will eell a little cheaper than can ka had anywhere elie. for Cath, or to good men on ahert time. They bare also an excellent . Lata Mill, anl are prepared at all times to fur nish LATHS in any quantity, at low rates. Giro nsa call, and satisfy yourselves that we a an do just what we ear. W.H. MAUCK SONS. White Cloud. March 17, 1859-tf. W. Q. SARGENT, Attorney and Connsfllor at Lar, NOTARY TUBLIC. And Commissioner for Maine, Massa chusetts, New York, Kentucky, and Missouri. OWN COUNTY, KANSAS. J Post Office Address Hamlin, Hiawatha, or Padonia, Brown County, Kansas. XJJ feb. 3, 59-1 y. CITY HOTEL WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS. JOHN H. UTT, 1 : : PROPRIETOR. . miTTS HOUSE, which has iust been J. completed, is one of the largest and i&J, finest in the West. It is now open to the nub ile, and will be kept in a style equal to the best Hotels. Every department will be conducted in such a way as to afford the greatest amount f comfort to those stepping at the House. THE TABLE Will at all times be supplied with the very best that the market affords, both of the neces saries and the delicacies of life. TH8 SLEEPING APAB.Tlf.X3TS Are roomy and well ventilated, and the bed ding will always be found in good condition. Is supplied with a variety of Liqaors, Cigars, Fruits, etc., of a choice quality. There are likewise good Stabling and Feed for Horses, and a competent person to take charge of them. The House ca accommodate a large number f persons, and tuo utmost attention will ever he given to the wants of the public. April 21, 1853-tf. Try Ward's Telegraph Tonic! FOR FLYER A!SD AGI7E, WHICH never fails to cure! Warranted, if taken according to directions, to effect enre. The proprietor can produce a thousand eertiflcates to those who wish to see them, bnt 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 Vegetable and harmless. For sale by Shreve k Macy, White Cloud; and by Dealers everywhere. All orders must be addressed to W. W. WARD, Mansion House, Leavenworth City, Kansas, General Agent for Kansas. Nebrao- , and the Western Slates. July 2l,59-3m. nrPOETANT FACTS FOB EAST- ' WARD E0TTND TRAVELLERS ! Read and Preserve for Future Refer ence!! VaparaQelled Speed an Comfort from the Fron tier to the Sea Shore 1 Inauturation of Nat Era in tht History of Kama and Nebraska. Chicago, Burlington & Quincy R. R. Ol AHD APTTB AUGUST 17, 1S59, TBAVKLLIBS nOH WESTEBIf MISSOURI, KANSAS and 1VKBBAB- ia, can start from St Josbph at 6 A. M., Arrive at Quincy at7.00 p.m., same day. Chicago, " Detroit, " Toledo, - Cleveland, at 7.1b a.m. next " at 6.30 p.m. - at 4.10 r.m. " - at 9.46 f. m. " - at 2.25 a.m. 2nd Pittsburg, Suspension Bridge, at 4.0U a.m." " " Buffalo, at 4.45 a. M. - Philadelphia, at 5.1 Or M. " " " New York, at 9-10 p. m. " " Boston, at Midnight - Time Through from St, Joseph to New Tork 63 1-2 Honrs. Time Through frrm St. Joseph to Boston 69 Hours, including all stops. "So Route except via Quincy and CM cago can make this time I Trom Quincy Eastward, Sleeping Cars en all Night Trains. Ticket via this Route for Sale at all the offices, and on the Boats of the Hannibal and ' St. Joseph Rail Road. Purchase Through Tickets and Save Money Bt Sure and get Titkett via Ckicaoo and Quiney Home : SAM'L POWELL, Gen'I Ticket Agent. C. O. HAMMOND, Gen'I Soperintent. D. S. Lovuor, Ag't, St. Joseph ept. 1, 59-3m. Brace's Sew Tork Type-Fouadry HAS now on hand an immense stock of Raman Tvne. Fanev Tvnsff Copperplate Script. German Type Music Type, Ornaments, Chess and Checker Type, Borders, Brass and Metal Rules, Loads. Brass and Electro. Ciiclesand Ellipses, Labor Saving Rules, Corner Quads Metal Furniture, etc. The types are all cast by steam power from the hard metal peculiar to this Foundry. The unequalled rapidity in the process of casting enables me to eell these more durable types at the lowest prices of ordinary types, either for eat a or credit. Presses. Wood Tvne, Ink, Cases, Sticks, eta. furnished at the manufacturer's lowest prices. A specimen pamphlet of Fonts of Letter only, ana prices, mailed to printing offices, on tbe re ception of erven cents, to pre-pav the nostare. - Printer of Newspapers who choose to publish this advertisement, including this note, three times before the 1st day of August, 1859, and forward me one of the papers, will be allowed their bill, at the time of making a purchase trom be of lv use the amount or my manu facture. Address, GEORGE BRUCE, - - 13, Chamber Street, New York . juae 13, 1859. 3w. Important to Farmers ! METROPOLIS FLOUR MILLS, LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS. THE proprietor of these Mills are now rea dy to receive the new crop of Wheat, and they wonid particularly call tbe attention of FARMERS to the importance or threshing, cleaning and getting their wheat to market at the earliest possible time, to avoid damage and lee by letting it remain in the field till the Fall rains come on. Thresh vour wheat at the tame time of reaping, if possible; brine it in, we will tor it free of charge till you wiu to sell. You will here find sale for all yonr wheat at tbe highest market price, or yon can exchange it for flour on the most favorable terms. Give us good, clean wheat, and we will give yew the best flour ever offered in this market. EARLE BUNTING. heevsewerth, Juae S3, JWMf NOW READY. The Prince or the House of David ! The Prince of the House of David ! The Prince of the House of David ! -By the Rev. J. H. INGSAHAM. LL. D. A new and revised edition, with the author's latest corrections. One volume, 12mo., cloth, 472 pages. Price $1.25. Published by GEOEGE G. EVANS, No. 439 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. DEB FCRST ATJS DATID'S DACSE, A literal translation in German of the PRINCE OF THE HOUSE OF DAVID. One volume, 12mo., cloth, 475 pages. Price $1.00. Verlag don GEORGE G. EVANS No. 439 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. THE PILLAR OF FIRE! r, ISRAEL IN BONDAGE. By the Rev. J. H. INGRAIIAM, LL. D. One volume, 12mo-, cloth, 600 pages. Price $125. Published by GEORGE G. EVANS, No. 439 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. RECORDS OF THK BEVOLTJTIONABY WAR Containing Tht Military and Financial Correspondence or DISTINGUISHED OFFICERS : 1iibal uaocas or Washihoto.i, Lci ash Gbecmk, Names ef the Officers and Privates, with the Dates of their Commissions and Enlistments, with a list of Distingushcd Prisoners of War; the time of their Capture, Exchange, etc ; to which is added the Half-pay Acts of the Con tinental congress ; the Revolutionary Pension Laws ; and alist of the Officers of 'the Con tinental Army, who acquired the right to Half- pay, lommutation, Land Warrants, etc., etc By W. T. R. SAFFELL, CoDRSELLOB A!D AsBNT FOB R EVOLUTION ABY "Claims. One volume, 12ino., cloth, 554 pages. Price $1.35. T. S. ARTHUR'S POPt'LAR BOOKS. True Riches. Home Scenes. Golden Grains. The Martyr Wife. Sparing to Spend. Tales of Real Life. The Old Man's Bride. The Way to Prosper. The Withered Heart. Tales of Married Life. Steps towards Heaven. What can Woman do T Talesof Domestic Life Angel and the Demon. Three Eras in Wo man's Life. Ten Nights in a Bar Room. ADgel of the household The Hand but not the Heart. Heart Histories and Life Pictures. The Trials of a House keeper. Leaves from the Book Good Time Ct m ng. of Human Life "In the union of thrilling dramatic incidents. with moral leesons of the highest importance, those works of T. S. Arthur stand forth pre eminent amongst modern authors." "They have been introduced into the Dis trict, Sabbath School, and various other Libra ries throughout the country." Each of the above Books contain nearly 500 pages, and are illustrated with finely executed Mezzotint engravings, and bandeomelv bound in one 12mo. volume. Price $1.00 each. BOOKS RECENTLY PUBLISHED. TRANSLATED FROM THE FREXCH. MEMORIES or R0BERT-H0UDIN, PRESTIDIGITEUR, Adtbob, Magician, Abtipt, Sobcibeb, Wizard, Necbomasces. CoJUBEB, EltCHAXTIB. Amsassaoob, Escamootecu, Pbopkssob or sleight or Haxo, etc., etc. Written bv Himself, Edited bv DR. R.SH ELTON MACKENZIE, With a Copious Index, carefully arranged, Bound in one vol. 12mo., cloth, 446 pages Price $1.00. NATIONAL LIBRARY. LIVES OP HEROES, HTTSTERS AHD PATRIOTS. Life op Col Cbockett Lipe op Get. Samuel Life op L. Wetzel. Houston. Lives op Soothes HEBOES A0 PaTBIOTS Lm op Col. Dasiel Boose. Lives op Gexeeals Public a Pwvite Life Lee and Sdmpteb. op Da. Wessteb. Each of the above books are illustrated with engravings, and bound in one volume, 12uio- cloth, frice Sl.UU. LIVES OF ILLUSTRIOUS WOMEN. OF ALL AGES AND NATIONS, Including the Empress Josephine. Ladv Jane Grey, Beatrice Cenci, Joan of Arc, Anne Roleyn, Charlotte Cordsy, Semiramis. Zenebia, Broadicaaj, etc., etc. Edited by MARY E. HEWITT, Embellished with finely engraved Portraits on Steel. One volume, 12mo., cloth, 336 pages. Price $1.25. LECTURES FOR TITE PEOPLE, By the Rev. HUGH STOWELL BROWN, of the Myrtle Street Baptist Chapel, Liverpool, England. First Series. With a Biographical Introduction by Dr. R. SH ELTON MACKINZIE. Published under a special arrangement with the author. One volume, 12mo., cloth. 414 pages. Price $1.00. Upon remittance of the price of the Book and 21 cents additional from postage, copies of either of the above books accompanied with a handsome present, worth fro re 50 cent to 100 dollars will be mailed to any person in the United States. PEJID FOR A CLASSIFIED CATALOGUE OF BOOK. Containing the most complete list of books in every department of Literature ever published, ana wnicn win oe sent gratis to any person sending their address. To insure promptness and honorable dtalinj seas au your oraertjor eeett re GEORGE G. EVANS. Publishes, and obioinatob op tbe sift book BosmEsa, No. 439 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. And yon will it tatitlied that kit tit ktat plaat in tht country u purcaatt Ootkt. ID-SPECIAL NOTICE TO AGENTS. G.G.EVANS, having purchased the stere otype plates, copyrights, etc, of the "Prince of the House or David," "ftllar or rTre," etc, would call the attention of agent to thee tru ly vaiuaoie worka. 1 be " ram ci op tub Hoots op David. Is one of the most popular and best aelling book ever published. Over 180,000 copies hav been sold, fair to outrival the "Pilgrim's Pro gress," or any other similar work. The "Pillab op Fibi," by the same author, is now meeting with rapid sale, over 90,000 copies hsve been sold since it publication, and as a companion to the "Prince of the House of David," every reader of that book should cur- chase a copy. 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Drafts preferred when convenient!? obtainable. Address. GAZETTE COMPANY, Cl.tCINif ATI, O. A MAMMOTn AXD BRILLIANT Weekly Newspaper, Twice a large as tbe New Tork Ledger, THE CONSTELLATION. Bright, Sparkling, Glittering, Brilliant, Radiant, Dazzline, Striking. Refulgent, Resplendent, Shining, Glorious ! ! Are union of light to form one Urand Luminary. PARK BENJAMIN, Editor. The subscriber takes creat pleasure in announ cine that he will israe on Saturday. January 1st, 1859, the largest, handsomest, and most com plete eekly newspaper ever printed. It will be a superb Folio Sheet, double the tize of the New York Ledger ! containing TEN BROAD UULUMMS on each pago, tmrty-rour inches in length, and nearly double the amount of read ing matter riven by any weekly paper now pub lishedembracing the choicest and freshest matter, selected and original, furnished abroad and at home. 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It will be in every sense A Perfect Family Newspaper, Never to contain a line either in its reading or advertising columns to give offence to any one. The slavery question will be wholly ignored in in columns, and no allusion to religious matters will be permitted that would tend to give offense to anv sect. It is the determination to make it the favorite of all classes of both sexes, of young and old. The subscriber having bad more than a quarter of a centurv's experience in the publication of Daily and Weekly news papers, and now having connected himself with invaluable Editorial aid he believes that this new enterprise will at once achieve a popular fa vor and success unparalleled in newspaper his tory. Terms of "The Constellation :" $2 per annum, when taken in clubs of 10. 29 conies to one address $49. 20 copies only $37, 5 copies $12. 2 copies $5. 1 copy $3. 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To Merchants and Dlaanfaetarers. NEW STORE AND NEW GOODS, At No. 124, North Second Street, Four door abeve Vine, ST. LOUIS, MO. ' METAL DEPOT. We have in store and offer for sal on the most favorable terms, and at the lowest market prices, a very large and complete assortment of Tin Plate, Copper, Block Tin, Russia, Galvan lzed, and American bheet Iron ; topper Bottoms, Sheet Zinc, Spelter, Antimony, &c, &c. TINNERS'TOOLS & FINDINGS from the best manufacturers in the country, and embracing every article used in the trade. Al so, a full and complete assortment of Plain, Pressed and Japanned Tin Ware, which is made by the most experienced workmen and of the very best stock. We are SOLE AGENTS for the most celebrated patterns of C00K, PARLOR AHD KRAUTS STOVES, (for both Coal and Wood,) which we will sell atextremely low prices, and will warrant to ei ve a good satisfaction as anv stove now in market. We have a full stock of Hollow Ware, Su gar Kettles, Ovens, Stew Eota, Skillets, Tea Kettles, and all other articles in that line. wnicn we are offering at greatly reduced prices. We are the sole and onlv aeentsof Ladlovrva Celebrated PatentSelf-Sealias Fruit Cans and Jars. This article has been in use more than tour years, and is universallv admitted in safety and convenience to be entirely without a rival. To Tinner we would sav we have the TOPS and BOTTOMS for ALL KINDS OF FRUIT tAfl 3, to supply tbs trade, and will make very liberal discounts- We invite both dealer and manufacturers to examine our stock. J. E. CROSS k CO.. No. 124. Nortl Second Street, St. Ltuit, Mo. August ll, ISOS-tim. NOTICE. Vy HERE AS, my wife, Sarah L. Burnham, v naving lert my bed and board without just cause, this is to warn ail person against naroonng or trusting net on my account, a I hall pay no bill of her contractor, after this d'i;- . JAMES A. BURNHAM. March 8, !E60-4w The Weekly Press. . A NEW YOLUMT5. Tb WeiKLY Pats will enter upon a New Volume with the approaching New Year. To say, merely, that our paper ha been suc cessful, would he to give far too weak and in definite an idea of our poiitionfcr, not only has Th Weekly Pbem been established on a secure and permanent foundation, but it is, in reality a marvelous example of the degree of favor which a rightly conducted Literary, Political, and New Journal, can receive at the hand of a liberal and en lightened public. Onr most grateful thanks are tendered for the patronsee already bestow ed upon ns us, and we ehall spare no efforts which may serve to render the paper even more attractive", useful, and popular is the future. The Political course of the Weielt Pbess need not be enlarged upon here. Independent steady, and fearless, it hat battled, unwavering, ly and zealously, in defence of the RIGHTS OF THE PEOPLE against Executive Umjepatio. and unfair and tyrannical legislation ; ever declaring and ad hering to the doctrine that Potolab Sovebeiom tt constitutes the fundemental basis of our free institutions, and that tbe intelligence aid patri otism of our citizen will alway be preserva tive of a wise, just, and salutary government These are the principle to which The Weee lt Pbes ha been committed, and to these it will adhere. OUR NEWS COLUMN3 will continue to be the subject of unremitting care and attention, and all diligence be employ ed to make this paper a compendium of all the principal events of interest which transpire at home and abroad. The Lttebabt character of The Weeelv Pbess, now universally acknowledged to be of an elevated stamp, shall not only maintain its present high standing, but shall be enhanced by important and valuable contributions from able writers. Deeming nmrrr op mobals the great safeguard of private happiness and public pros perity, we shall carefully exclude from our columns every thing which may reasonably be objected to on the score of improper tendency. The fields of pure literature afford sufficient material to make an Acceptable Family NEWsrArea, containing all the elements of excel lence, without a sintrle objactionahle line ; and the proprietor of- The Weekly Pbess mav justly claim that no head of a family need hes itate to let its columns go under the notice or anv member of bis household. The general features of the paper, in addi tion to its Political and News Departments, will be Poetry, Sketches, Biography, and Original and Selected Tales, chosen for their lessons of life, illustrations of history depicture of man ners, and general merit and adapted, in their variety, to the tastes of both sexes and all ages.' Commercial Department. Due care will be taken to furnish our readers with correct and reliable report of the produce and cattle markets, made up to the latest hour. Among the agreeable variety of articles in store fer the patrons of The Weekly Pbess, it may he mentioned that we shall commence, in our New Volume, the publication of TRIALS AND TRIUMPHS : OB, ANCIENT TIMES IN OLD VIRGINIA; an Original Novelette of surpassing interest. written by an author of acknowledged ability. The story will run through several numbers of the paper, and will be, in itself, worth more than the sum required for a year s subscription In a word, it will be endeavored to make The Weekly Pbess continue a favorite fui- ly Jovbnal, embodying all the characteristics of a carefullv prepared newspaper. ItT subscriptions are respectlullv solicited To those who propose patronizing the "Weekly Pbess" promptitude in forwarding their orders for the New Volume is earnestly recommended, as, from present tudications, it 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 numbers, in which case disappointment must occur. TERMS One copv, one vear, $3 00 Three copies, one year, 5 00 Five copies, one year, 8 00 Ten copies, one vear, 12 00 Twentv copies, to one address, at rate of $1 per annum, 20 00 Twentv copies, to one address of each subscriber, 24 00 Any person sending us a Club of Twenty or more will be entitled an extra cop v. We con tinue to send Tub Weekly Pbess to Clergy men, lor i. Subscriptions mav commence at anv time. Terms always cash in advance. All letters to be addressed to JOHN W. FORNEY. No. 417 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. The Dollar Dealer, For 1860. NEW VOLUNE NEW TYPE. For twenty years the "Cleveland Plain Deal er" has been owned and controlled, Published and Edited by the same individual. It has never missed a publication day nor scratched a Democratic Ticket. It has feught its way single-handed against all opposition until it has a National circulation and a National reputation. From Maine to California the Plain Dealer is known and read, and it never was in so good a condition pecuniarily, or in better pluck, politi cally, to fight tbe battles or Democracy than now. For tbe coming year it will be particu larly devoted to ropuiar sovereignty : It has against high authority, dared to advo cate the right of " the people of a temtory as well 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, "the world, the Desb and tne devil." Against all Lecompton Constitutions, slave codes, and the re opening ot the clave irade, this faper is devotedly dedicated from this time, henceforth and forever : "Come one, come all ! This rock shall fly From its firm base as soon as I '." Besides the current News of the Day, the Plain Dealer will contain in each number a TALE, Correspondence from a best of Contrib utors, and Telegraphic Reports from all part or tne world. The CommerciallDepartment will be under the sole charge of James Brokenshire, Esq., who is acknowled to be one or tbe best market report ers in the country. Tne Local Department will be presided over by that original and laughter provoking genius, Artemus Ward. rJsq., whose Letters, Jokes, Oddities and Quid i ties, are alone worth the price of the paper. In short we are prepared to present one of the beat and neatest and cheapest family Newspaper in tbe West. SUBSCRIPTION. Single Subscriber, per year, - $1 30 " u , for six months, -. 1 00 Clbsof Ten, per year, 10 00 All over Ten Copies, to one Post office, 1 00 To each getter up of a Club, one copy extra. aT rost .Vaster are requested to act a Agents. ... uougiat vemtcrait are expeaea to act at agents and to lose no time in getting every be leiverin Popular Sovereignty, no matter to what party he mav belong, to take this paper. No is the time to bestir yourselves preparatory to the next Presidential Campaign. Those wh want an account of the opening oi tne new congress, me organization or the New House of Representative (which will he a protracted and rich affair, a majority being " uppostioo,") the rremdent' Message and Report of the Departments, will commence their subanptions December rirst. The new Volume will commence January 1st. AU pay ment to be made in advance. Address, J. W. GRAY, Cleveland, Ohio. Liqitrs aid Flow! 1HAVE just received lot of good Liquor from St. Louis. anrh aa hAT nvr hm . this city before. 1 have Bourbon tram th eld country, and Common a good a ever was made, and Brandy from Spain. I have also a I. uvu i sour on nana, wmca i wilt sell a low as can be bought in the city. - - - . noT.34,59-tf. 8. L. JENNINGS." I., 1 J . 1- V w ... . I TBE WEEKLY C0XSTITCTI0X. Washington, D. C. T We would earnestly Invite th attention of our democratio friend throughout the Union to the feekly edition of our paper which is published every Saturday morning, and which ha already met with such marked and flatter ing success. I he "weaKiy consitution" is a large and beautifully printed sheet, combining the advantage or a political and fomily news paper. It is made up of the most important editorial article which are published in our daily isene t will contain during ths session of Congress carefully prepared abstract or the proceedings of both house, funishe authentic information of the proceeding of the various department of the Government, for obtaining which we have peculiar facilities ; all patent issued are published ia fill all changes in, or discontinuences or post offices regularly appear; and contains, besides a large amount of well selected miscellaneous news, together with the latest markets and telegraphio intelligence, do mestic and foreign. Tbe "Sabbath Reading" published in the Daily of Saturday evening is regularly transferred to the Weekly, and this is a highly interesting (eature or the paper, and meets with great favor. Nothing of a teetarian nature will be admitted in this department, Willi a desire to bring before the people the principles and measures of the Democratic Par ty, and at the same time furnish them with an acceptable aim journal, we offer the paper at a price barely sufficient to pay the cost of paper, printing and packing. Tbe terms as follows : For one copy, $2 per annum ; 3 copies, for $5: 5 copies for $3 ; 10 copies for $15 , 20 copies tent to one addrett, $25. Subscriptions may commence at any time. Daily paper $6 per annum ; semi-weekly, $4 per annum. Vemo cratt, put your shoulder to the wheel; push on the column, and it will not be long, we trust, until you will enable ns to circulate a hundred thousand copies weekly of this great paper. O" Editort giving this notice a confpicntut insertion will recieve the " Constitution" reg ularly in exchange, provided the-y send a copy of their paper marked. Those who already re ceive an exchange will, we trust, also publish this notice Moore's Rural Jitr Yorker, THE labgest cibcvlateo Agricultural, Literary fe Family WEEKLY, IS PUBLISHED EVEBY SATDBOAY BY D. S. T. MOORE, ROCHESTER, V. T. TEBSS, IS AOYAXCE t Two Dollabs a Yeab $1 for six month. To Clubs and Airents as follows : 3 Copies one year, for $5 ; 6, and one free to club agent , for $10 ; 10, and one free, for $15 ; 16, and one free, for $22 ; 20, and one free, for $06 ; 32, and two free, for $40, (or 30 for $37,50,) and any greater number at the same rate only $1,25 per copv with an extra copy for ererv Ten Subscriber over Thirty. Club papers sent to different post-offices, if desired. As we pre-pay American postage on paper sent to to the British Provinces, onr Canadian agents and friends must add 12'j cents per copy to the club rates of the Rdbal. Tbe lowest price of copies sent to Europe, AC, is enly $2,50 -including postage. Advebtiseh Etta. Twenty Five Cents a Line, each insertion, payable' in advance. Our rule is to give no advertisements, unless very brief, more than six or eight concsecutive in sertions. Patent Medicines, c, are not adver titled in the Rcba. on any conditions. The Postace on the Rokal, is only i cts. per quarter to any part of this State! and 6 cents to any other State if paid quarterly in ad vance at tbe post office where received. The Prairie Fariner. The twexty-pibst volume of this old and popular Agricultural Paper will commence on tbe first day of January, 1860. It will be the aim of the publishers in the fu ture as in the past to make a paper that shall be a favorite with the Farmer, the Horticultu rist, and at the fireside. In each department we shall endeavor to assist in improvement and instruction, and make it a favorite with the younger portion of the home circle, by so treat ing of subjects that a desire to more thorough ly understand the true science of fanning shall prevail, that the calling may 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 the Agricultural Paper of tne west win be spared. The paper will ever be found the working man s rnend and advocate. Terms of the Prairie Fanner for 1800. GREAT INDUCEMENTS. 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Addrett EMERY k CO., 204 Lake Street, Chicago, III IIO WARD ASSOCIATION, Philadelphia, A Bennolent Institution established by special JSnamement, for the Relief of the Sick and Uiatrtsted, afflicted srilk Virulent and Epidemic Diseases. rpHE HOWARD ASSOCIATION, in view -a. or the awful destruction of human life caused by Sexual diseases, several years ago directed their Consulting Surgeon to open a Disnensarv lor the treatment or this clam or diseases, in all their forms, and to eive MEDI CAL ADVICE GRATIS to all who apply by letter, with a description of their condition (ace. occupation, habit of life, Ac.,) and. in cases nf extreme povertv, to FURNISH MEDCINES FREE OF CHARGE. The Directors of the Association, in their late Annual Report express the highest satis faction with the success which ha attended the labors of their Surgeons in the cure of Sperma torrboa,Seminal Weakness, Gonorrhoea, Gleet, Syphilis, the Vice of Onanism or Self-Abuse, Diseases oi the Ridneva and Bladder, tc. and order a continuance of the same plan for the ensuing year. An admirable Report on Spermatorrhoea, or seminal Weakness, the vice of Onanism, Mas turbation or Self-Abuse, and other diseases of the Sexual organs, by the Consulting Surgeon, will be sent bv mail.fm asealed enveloseFREE OF CHARGE, on receipt of two TAurs for postage. Address, ror Keport or treatment. DR. J. S KIL LIN HOUGHTON, Acting Surgeon, Howard Association, No. a south Ninth Street. Phila delpbia, Penn. sept. 1 , 59-1 j. MARRIAGE GUIDE! YOUNG'S GREAT PHYSIOLOGICAL WORK, or, Every one hi own Doctor- Being a Private Instructor for married persons or those aoout to marry, both male and female. In everything concerning the phvsioloev and relations of onr sexual system, and the produc tion or prevention of offspring, including all tbe new discoveries never before given in the Eng. llsh language. by WM. YOUNG, M. D. Tbi is really a valuable and interesting work. It i ntten iu plain language rortbe general reader. and is illustrated with upwards of one hundred engravings. All roung married people, or those contemplating marriage, and having th least impediment to married life, should read thia book. It discloses secret that every one should be acquainted with. Still iti a book that must be locked up and not 1 about the bouse. It will be cent to any on on the receipt of twenty, iveeent. Address DR. WM. YOUNG. No. 416 Spruce 8V. above Fourth, Philadelphia- Tnp rem t aa J.lflUUIHBl.H Tn Tbibcne now more the eighteen year old, and having over Two Hunlied Thousand subscribers, or constant purctaser, diffused through every State and Territory of our Union will continue in essence whit it has been the earnest champion of Libeny, Progress and of whatever will conduce to out national growth in Virtue, Industry, Knowledge, and Prosperity. It will continue to urge the emancipation not only of the Black laborer fron. chaUleism and legal impotence, but of the White likewise from Land Monopoly, Intemperance, Ignorance, and that dependence on remote Ma-kets which par alyze exertion by denying to Tsil any adequate aad morally certain rewai d. Btlieving that tbe chief evil of our time is the inordinate multipli cation and disproportion of Ncn-Producers, it will continue to war against whatever tends to degrade Manual Labor or deprive it of its just and full recompense. It will inflexiblv com mend the policy of winning hither from Europe the Useful Arts, and, wherever they may be needed, the Artisans as well for whose product our eeuntry is now running recklessly into debt, while our laborers roam in fruitless euest of em ployment, leaving their children in want of bread, though the rarmer is too otlen cotnpeuea to tell his crops at most inadequate prices. In short, while battling against Filibusterism and every other manifestation of that evil spirit which set ks throueh the spoliation of other countries that aggrandizement which U to be truly attained only through the due develop ment and cultivation of our internal resources, it will urgently advocate a more effectively discriminating Tariff, the Frtedom of the Pub lio Lands, the construction of a Rrailroad from the navigable waters of the Mississippi to those of the Pacific, and every other measure which seems to us calculated to enhance th dignity or the recompense of Labor and promote the well-being of Mankind. The "irrepressible conflict" between Dark ness and Light, Inertia and Progcessa, Slavery and Freedom, move steadily onward. Isolated arts of folly and madness may for the moment give a seeming advantage to Wrong : but God still reigns, and the Ages are true to Humanity and Right. The year I860 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" is the battle cry of the embodied Millions who, having just swept Penn sylvania, Ohio and the North-West, appear in the new Congress, backed by nearly every Free State, to demand a recognition oi every man's richt to cultivate and improve a medio- cutu of the earth' surface wherever he ha not been anticipated by the State's cession to anoth er. Free Homes, and the consecration of the virgin soil of the Temtories to Free Labor two requirements, but one policy must largely absorb the attention or Congress throun tne ensuing session, as of the People in ths succeed ing Presidential canvass ; and, whatever the immediate issue, we cannot doubt that the ulti nit'e verdict will be in accord at once with the dictates of impartial Philanthrophy and the in alienable Rights of Man. Having made arrangements for fuller and more graphic reports of the doings of Gongress, and of whatever else traspinng at the federal Me tropolis shall seem wort hv of Public regard, and having extended both our Foreign and Domestic Correspondence and strengthened our Editorial staff, we believe The Tbibose may safely chal lenge a comparison with any rival whether as an exponent of principles or as a reliable mirror of the passing world. We purpose not to te ur passed nor anticipated in the collection or pre sentation of intelligence, though we eschew that reputation for enterprise which is acquired hy bribing messengers and clerks in public offices to connive at the premature publicauon or trea ties or other official documents. We prize accu racv of statement Quite as highlv as prompti tude, but endeavor not to sacrifice the latter while securing the former. Essentially, The Tbibume will be what it has been, while we shall eonsntatly study to improve its every feature, and "make each dav a critic en the last," The general verdict of the Press and the Public has affirmed the success of our past labors, and those of the future shall be characterized by equal earnestnrss and assiduity. We ask those who believe the general influence of our journal to be salutary to aid us in extending that influence through an increase of our subscriptions. THE NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE is printed an a large imperial sheet, and pub lished every morning and evening (Sundays ex cepted.) It contains Editorials on the topics of the times, employing a large corps of the best newspaper writers of the day ; Domestic and Foreign Correspondence ; Proceedings of Congress: Reports or Lctnres : city News; Cattle, Horse, and Produce Markets ; Reviews of Bonks ; Literary Intelligence ; Papers on Mechanics and the Arts, Ac, Ac, We strive to make Thp Tbibcje a newspaper to meet the wants of the public its Telegraphic new alone costing over $15,000 per annum TERMS : THE DAILY TRIBUNE is mailed to sub- scibers at $6 per annum, in advance : $3 for six months. The New-York Semi-Weekly Tribune is published every Tuesday and Friday, and couininfl ail mc cuaunais ui ,rr vnj, wnii the Cattle, Horse, and General Markets, relia hly reported expressly Tor THE TRIBUNE Foreign and Domestic Corresponence ; and du ring the sesions of Congress it contains a sum mary of Congressioanl doings, with the more important speeches. We shall as heretofore. make THE SKMI-nctKLl TRIBUNE a Literarv, as well as a political newspaper, and we are determined that it shall remain in the front rawk of family papers. One copy 1 year $3 I 5 copies I year $1155 Two copies 1 year, $5 10 to 1 addrett $20 Ten Copies, (e addrett of tack subscriber $2.20 each. Any person sending ns a club of twentv, or over, will be entitled to an extra copy, tor I club of Fifty we will send the Daily Tribune one vear. THE SEMI-WEEKLY TRIBUNE is sent to Clergymen at $2 per annum. The New-York Weekly Tribune, a large eight-page paper for the countrv, is pub lished every Saturday, and contains Editorials on the important topics of the times, the new of the week, interesting correspondence from all parts of the world, the New York, Cattle, Horse, and Produce Markets, interesting and reliable Political, Mechanieal and Agricultural articles, tie., c. We shall, during this year, as hitherto, eon stantly labor to improve the quality of the in structive entertainment afforded bv THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, which, we 'intend. shall continue to be the best Family Weekly newspaper poniisned in tne world, w e con aider the Cattle Market Report alone .richly worth to caUle raisers a year' ubaeaiptiaa price. TERMS One copy, 1 year, $2 I 5 copies, I year, $8 3 copies, 1 year, $5 1 10 copies, 1 year, $12 Twenty copies, to one addrett, $20 end any larger number $1 each. 20 copies, to addrett of tack tubtcrUtr, $24 and any largernumber at 1129 each, Any person sending us a club of Twenty, or more, will be entitled to an extra copy. For a elub of Bfty, we will send the Semi-Weekly Tribune; and for a elub of one hundred the Daily-Tribune will be aent gratia. We eon tinue to tend Til Wiixxy Teijtivb to Cler gymen for $1. Subscription msy commence at any time. Terme always cash in advance. AU letter to be addressed to HORACE GREELEY k CO., Tribune Buildinr, Naaaaa Street, New York. V. D. MARKHAM. ATTORNEY AT LAW REAL ESTAT8AGENT, WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS, XT ILL practice in all tbs Court of Donl- ii phaa, Brown, and the adjoining Counties pay taxes for non-resident, and buy and sell lands. Particular attention paid to collections in Kansas, Nebraska, eod North-West Missouri OFFICE ONJbTAlN STREET. an.20,59-tf. "I f BBLS. HYDRAULIC CEMENT just XV received, per steamer Was Campbell, and for a! br S. U JENNINGS. aof . 4, af-tf. Ague Cure, JOB TUB SPEEDY fVS.1 0 " Intermittent Fever, or Fever and i Remittent Perer, Chin Fever rw Arte, Periodical Headache, o, BmZ Headache, and Bilious Fever,, Mal lor the whole class of disease Bating in Biliary "eraageiMB J".'; fty tan Malaria of amiassmaUe eou, No one remedy is louder called t b it necessities of the American people tit. a and safe euro for Fever and Av. V" wo are now enabled to offer, with wM certainty that it will eradicate the and with assurance, founded on proof'; bo bam can ahae from iu use in anv ttty. ' That which protects from or prevent tV disorder must be of immense service m communities where it prevails. fVrWn. better than cure, for the patient etctpeT risk which he must run in violent ttk,rf this baleful distemper. This "Ccu" tj, the miasmatic poison of Fxvu Aso Au trom the system and prevents the dWtaT ment of the disease, if taken on the firitZ" preach of its premonitory symptoms, hi not only th best remedy ever yet diieovtiM for this das of complaints, but aUo tL, cheapest. The large quantity we tuppk t, a dollar brings it within the reach ofsre body; and in bilious districts, where Frrtl ajid Aoub prevails, every body should Isrta and use it freely both for cure and protection. It is hoped this price will place it within ti. reach of all the poor as well as the rich, i great superiority of this remedy ortr car other ever discovered for the speedy t&i ce tain cure of Intermittent is, that it cecum no Quinine or mineral, consequently U pnj. duces no quinism or other injurious effctt whatever upon the constitution. Those rued by it are left at healthy at if they had Berr had the disease. Fever and Agueia not alone theconKquaet of the miasmatic poison. A great Tinetrof disorder arise from its irritation, among which are Neuralgia, Rheumatism. Gout. Headache, Blindness, Toothache, Earache, Catarrh, Ah ma, Palpitation, Painful Affection of u Spleen, Hysterics, Pain in the Bowels, Cute, Paralysis, and Derangement of the Stomach, all of which, when originating in this cause, put on the intermittent type, or become period icaL Thi " Ccas" expels the puiiea from the blood, and consequently cures them all alike. It is an invaluable protection to immi grants and persons travelling or temporarily residing in the malarious districts. If taken occasionally or daily while exposed to the in fection, that will be excreted from th STstem, and cannot accumulate in sufficient quantity to ripen into disease. Hence it it even more valuable for protection than cure, and few will ever suffer from Intermittent, if they aviil themselves of the protection this remedy affords. Ayer's Cathartic Pills, FOR ALL THE PURPOSES OF A FAMILY PHTSlflL are so composed that disease within the rum if their action can rarely withstand or evade iheav Their penetrating properties search, and clcuw, and invigorate every portion of the human orrta ism, correcting its diseased action, and restoring its healthy vitalities. As a consequence of thnt properties, the invalid who is bowed dmm wita pain or physical debility is astonished to in hs health or energy restored by a remedy at one simple and inviting. ot onlv do they cure the every-dav complaints of every body, but also many formidable md dangerous diseases. The agent below named s pleased to furnish gratis my American Almanac, containing certificates of their cures and directim for their use in the following complaints: (Yufas ness. Heartburn, Headache arising from dxxrHrri Stomach, Nausea, Indigestion, I'tun in and Morini Inaction of tht Bosctis, flatulency. Lias of Appe tite, Jaundice, and other kindred cwnpiiuta, arising from a low state of the bodr or obnrwooa of its functions. They are an excellent sitersbT fur the renovation of the blood and tits tritura tion of tone and strength to the system debilitated, by disease. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, rOE THI BAriD CTEB OP Conghs, Colds, Influenza, Hoartcieu, Croup, Bronchitis; Incipient Consista. tion, and for the relief of Consumptive Patients in advanced stages of th disease. So wide is the field of Its usefulness and is n- merous are the cases of iu cure, that slawat every section of country abounds in persons ps lidy known, who have been restored from alannm and even desperate diseases of the lungs b) its use. When once tried, iu superiority m fsrr other medicine of iu kind is too apparent to cms observation, and where iu virtues are knows, tot public no longer hesitate what antidote to nnplor for the distressing and dangerous affections of Is pulmonary organs that are incident to our cliasts. While many inferior remedies thrust upoe tie community have failed and been discarded, ths has gained friends by every trial, conferred benettt on the afflicted they eaa aever fcrget, and jt duced cures too numerous and too itmarkakis ts be forgotten. 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