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rittTr'r.T.m. of Georgia. " TUltimorb. J one u wiltiwly asserted here to n.ght 11 nS that Mrv Fitepainck pa tf!SEil nomination that ha. fe WiiimroTO. June 25. r;ntrick having declined the in oF Vice President, thf N. Committee have snbstitiited Her ? vTbnson.. of Georgia. The to inform the candidates of Sio-. waited oo Got John- . .itrht at the national noun. them' in the Urge dining room SSXi. "bich wV crowded with 1.- .ndtlmen.Tne accepted the 'lk'' declaring th.t the fTfcwonld sustain the pnnciplee laid in it I" hU"pinion the doctrine intervention was necessary to the Nation of the Union. Applause. ffbe shonld quietly, firmly, and be , hr,Tely, accept the responsibility him. He cherished tb, S?Hhst Providence would lead as ont cWi, digMteri, and in His good H conduct ns to tranquility and peace. pcontiPedch,cring-J From Washington. Wasbisotoh, June 27. rjje Bretkenridge and Lane National ComitW i composed of the following "ben : Isaac J. Stephens of Oregon. rTr W. Hughes, of Maryland, John wTtion of New York. Wm. fL Jea. Bennett, Walter Lennox and Cta. V. Higgs. of Washington, D. C; rA fjaris of Mississippi, Thomas B. Florence of Pennsylvania J. R-Thomp- 1 ,T Ann. Kipnel of N. C. A. conoid. ""e- r-- --- -- - B. Meek of Alabama, J. D. Bright of Iodiana, KoDen uoiiusuu ui niMnH. Judge Kirne has been confirmed as Chief Justice of Utah, and Isaac Hnll wright Superintendent of the Springfield irmory. - . ." " ' . Tbs BreckenriJge National Committee etlled on the President yesterday, who declared his entire approval of their nom inations and platform. Che President has determined not to fill the vacancy in the Supreme Court till next winter. - i, Breckea ridge Demoar tratiom. St. Louis, J one 26. The demonstration of the' Bracken ridge faction last night was interrupted it the Planters' Hoasa by a large body of Douglas men attracted thither by the mo lie. Judge Bowlin, late Minister to rara gnsv, endeavored for some time to speak, bat was not permitted, and finally disap peared. A collision was at one time very ran eh feared. Another Dooglas jubilee comes off to morrow night Lixixgtow, Ky., June 26. One hundred and five gans were fired tbii evening in honor of Breckenridge's nomination. Great enthusiasm. Washington Items. Washioto5, Jane 24. ' It msy be ststed as a matter of fact, thaX both wings of the Democratic party r taUghted with their' Tespecti nomi nee, tod are alike confident of success. Dreckeoridge and Lane accept, consider icg it their dnty to do so, for the sake of the country as well as the Democracy. Renominated for Congress. Chicago, Jane 25. S. It. Curtis has bflen re-nominated for Congress by the Republicans in the First District of Iowa. Tst MtDicinu compounded and sold by J. L Cartii, hare been so long used, that their rirtot and hcaliog qualities sre conceded to be alnost miraculous. This is owing to their peed in miking a permanent cure in the great vuictyof iiseatet for which they are recom mended. You can scarcely find a settlement in the Situ, where Curtis' MamSluikk Lisi acrrls sot used for all afflictions where a rem dj of the kind ii needed. . . .7 . .1 His Com rocs b Sracr or Sassavsas surpasses U remedies intended to act on Long diseases, Coughs, Coniumption, te. See the advertise tnt, and buy no medicines that bare not tbe ae of J. L. Curtis on the wrappers. , jane 21. S- M. PETTENG1LC&. CO.'S ..ADVERTISING AGENCY, 113 Amb St., AT. YM ad 10 SUU St., B-f S- M. PETTENGILL k CO. are the agenU for the "Chief," and the most influential and 'wgest circulating Newspapers in the United -Wes and the Canadas. They are authorized contract for us at our lowest rates. J. S. POST, General Newspaper, Adrer "Sinr and Sukumniun A -. ..j j ngvu, rcwrru .Hu;, aortA-WMrt mm. r rku . j t i n . . . - wiu6,wiwuwuiui sua mini ois, st Ismu, is our authorised Agent in that eitr, nlM .1 r " " uur Messrs. HOUNDS ill PS are our antknvil As.n. r. SL.A .a - "Rvuwwr iflucuj. (VJirf.VZ """n.ommisgionand Sti Ag?2Z: Y Aenu fo' iWa paper. .. Miuoiore. LIST OF LETTERS, ... ary Solomon Potter Elah -HeoaU H.nry 8a Milton 8 3 W. F W aides James M Ts abere lettera. if r swnthi from date, will be seat to the Dead OtDER OF PUBLICATION. Edvant cr L ..... . , J0 Phal. a Justice of the BrW.TjTj" Township. In the County of ciat aTi .lemWf7 w Kansas, en this day SusT.. r .UBr nd Ble Ws Affidavit, statiag C;j5?,dInt' t Mcletyra, is a aon- ir2T,,w7'aDd eannotbeoaTTed Vierw3r,"iroa saidConrt; ltiathere-tiSauri.,-7 that said defendaat b ao Clw ra.2?1,CMi0" teia "ade in the White fTThiu ruTJMW,P'Per P"shed ia the city Coit. b1 01 f tnwl eircuiation ia ek. ik. J. wn, for three eooaecutira teiM bioh U to aotify said de- UiB inrf J. ener of this suit, which is to Pi?,e,,l for lhe Twelre Dollars 1'9).an5!!1.U,withintrft Msy 30th, ua costs of aniti anit .;a .r. i. Jly. An .S' 011 befor b day of k ii tr 18S' PhMn'a ill wiU be U-eT-.j JPnent rendered accordingly. A. D. ?Bm " 6""d Mt 21 ' dy of Jane, Hlr 5 Tin, , 'VSZW PASCHAL, J. P. 1 ' 18Ww. PrioUr'a fee, $5. Shoe Shop: E: H. BfcO WIT ft BS0THZ2, . - . WHITE CLOUD, RESPECTFULLY i announce to the nnhlie. Ilul th.. k... ,.l .l. . recently occupied by Mr. Grumley, where ' - j r--i mm ana Shoes to order, upon abort notice, in the best -7 - -Mirer, xuu reiaon- ahla oncea. Renainnr Ann .11 : : good "Tie. jane 26, 60-3. SHERIFF'S SALE. ATOTICE is hereby riven, that I .ill ll for sale, at public auction, at the rfvw f tne LOurt uouse, id Hiawatha, oa the 8th dsv r a . a n men . . f u um o cioea, I , JU on said day, the following real estate, to wit: the north-west quarter of the sooth-west quar ter of section nanber twenty fire, (25; ia town ship number three, (3) of range namber eigh teen, (18) situate, lying and being in the Coun ty of Brown, and Territory of Kansas: taken the property of Joseph Farrow, on an order nf sale in f aror or Vavid DoCge, issued from the irst uistnct uourt or the Territory of Kansas, in and for Learenwerta Countr. and to me rfi. reeted, as SherifT of Brown Coanty . uiren onaer my nana, uis Ztb day nr Jane, A. D. 1860. JOHN II. SCHENCK. Sheriff of Brown Countr, K. T. By H. M. RosiKson , Under'SherirT. July 5, 1 860-5.7. Printer's fee, $6. Caitloa to Trespassers. NOTICE is hereby Riren, that C. Dorland has been annnintMl h h Wk:i. r1! 1 I I "J " .. MIM VIUW1 City Company, Ageut for the care of timber. Any persan catting or hauling timber from any of the lands of said Companr, without arrange ments with said Agent, will'be prosecuted im mediately. All persons indebted for timber ob tained heretofore, are notified to come np and settle for the same, without delar. O. BAILEY, President. j'unc21,60-tf. ORDER OF PUBLICATION. Before A. Taylor, J. P., Iowa Township, Coun- V 01 isooipnan, n.ansas l emwrr. S. M.Jasper 1 vs. AtUcbment. Daniel NefT. IT appearing to the Justice, from the return of the writ in the cause, that the defendant cannot be summoned, it is therefore ordered by the Justice, that the plaintiff give notice to the defendant, by publication for three consecutive weeks, that a writ has been issued against him, and his property attached to aatisfy the demand of the said plaintiff, and that unless the said de fendant, Daniel Neff, appear before the said Justiceat his office, in Iowa Point, Kansas, on the 21st day of July, A. D. 1660, at ten o'clock, A. M-, and answer or demur to the pleadings of the plaintiff, judgment will be rendered against him, the said defendant, and his proper ty sold to pay the same aud cost. A. TAYLOR, J. P. June 23, 1860-3ir. Printer's fee, $4. IT. 8. MARSHAL'S SALE. James R. Herd ts. John W. Huddleson. BY virtue of an order of sale to me directed, issued ont ot the First District Court of the Territory of Kansas, sitting ia Learenworth City, for the trial of causes arising under the Constitution and laws of tbe United States, I will, on Saturday, July 28th , A. D. 1860, at one o'clock, P. JI, at the Court House door, in the town of Hiawatha, County of Brown, and Ter ritory of Kansas, offer for sale, to the highest sna Dest oiaaer, lor casb in band, all tbe right, uue ana interest 01 Jonn w . nuaaicson in the following described property, to wit: the north west fractional quarter of suction number nine teen, (19) in township number three. (3) of range number fifteen, (15; situate, lving and being in the County of Brown, and Territory aforesaid. P. T. COLBY, U. S. Marshal. Br James U. SmrHCAD, Deputy. June 2C, 16C0-5y. Printer's fee, $6. V. 8. MARSHAL'S SALE. George VV. Ward ts. Bartholomew Scolt. BY Tirtue of an order of sale to me directed, issued out of the First District Court of the Territory of Kansis, sitting in Learenworth City, for the trial of causes arisine under the Constitution and laws of the United States, I will, on Saturday, July 28th, A. D. 1860, at one o'clock, P. M., at the Court House door, in the town or Hiawatha, County of Brown, and Ter ritory of Kansas, offer for sale, to the highest and best bidder, for cash in hand, all the right, title and interest of Bartholomew Scott in the following property, to wit: the south-west quar ter of section number twenty-six, (26) in town ship number four, (4) of range number eighteen. (is; situate, lying ad being in tbe County of Brown, and Territoir aforesnid. P. T. COLBY, U. S. M arshal. Br James H- SHr.rar.RD, Deputy. June 28, 1 860-Btr. Printer's fee, f'6. U. S. MARSHAL'S SALE. George W. Ward ts. Louis Hoffmsn. BY Tirtue of an order of sale to me directed, issued out of the First District Court of the Territory of Kansas, sitting for the triul of causei arising uuder the Constitution and laws of the United States, I will, on Saturday, July 23th, A. D. 1860, at one o'clock, P. M., at the Court House door, in the town of Hiawatha, County of Brown, and Territory of Kansas, of fer lor sale, to the bicbest and best bidder, for cash in hand, all the right, title and interest of Corns Hoffman in the following described rop- erty, to wit: the south-east quarter oi seqtion number thirteen, (13) in township number four. (4) and ranee number seventeen, (17) situate. lying and being in the County of Brown, and Territory of Kansas. P. T. COLBY, U. S. Marshal. By James H. Shetheed, Deputy. Jane -28, l60-5r. Printer's fee, $6. IT. S. MARSHAL'S SALE. William R. Pye ts. WiUiam S. Griffith. T3Y Tirtue of an order of sale to me directed, JD issued ont of tbe First District Court of the Territory of Kansas, sitting in Leavenworth City, for tbe trial of causes arising under the constitution and laws or the united states, i will, on Saturday. July 28th, A. D. 1 860, at one o'clock, P. M., at tbe Court House Joor, in the town of Hiawatha, County of Brown, and I er ritorr of Kansas, offer for sale, to the highest and best bidder, for cash in hand, all the right, title and interest of William S. Griffith in tbe following described property, to wit: the north east quarter of section number fifteen, (15) in township number two, (2) and range number eignteen, (isj situate, lying ana ciug w Comity of Brown, and Territory of Kansas. . . , P. T. COLBY, 0. 8. Marshal. ' By James H. SHErnEao, Deputy. June 28, 1860-5w. Printer's fee, $6. V. 8. MARSHAL'S SALE. ' William R. Pye ts. Jacob Dewita, Jr. T-i v .n nn1r nfult to me directed. -L issued out of the First District Court of NIC A .III IUI J V, .1 . City, for the trial of causes arising under tbe ... .. ml . . . . ,r I.. J C.ftM Y tk. nF r.ne.i mitttntr in iayenvoitn consutaaon ana law ch we umwi owes, in btinit,. Inl.ftStfc. A. n. I860, at one .v.l.w.lr P M at tka rVmrt Hanaa door, in the town of Hiawatha, County of Brown, and Ter ritory oi &ansaa, oner tor aaie, so aw nipim and best bidder, for cash in hand, all the right, .. a . . A a. f-V f t. tka Hue ana latere, oi tiiwo viwivi, r w following described property, to wit: the tovth- as Cnw ies4 aa VI aWNVI muiuw, n I in township aaosber two, (2) of range number MnLm. iini aiaiaiA m Brawn VrV-sntr. h- Territory aforesaid. ' ' t. I . CUCBY, U.a. manna.. " By Jakes H. Satxrsntaa, Deputy. Jane 18, 1860-5w. Ptinter's fee, $6. U. 8. MARSHAL'S BALE. William R. Pye vs. James M. Smith. T) V viKrut of an order of sale to me directed, -D issued out ef the Fust District Court of the Territory of Kansas, sitting in Leavenwortn City, for the trial er causes arislog wader the Constitution and laws of the United States, I win, on Saturday, July 28th, A. D. 1860, at one o'clock, P. at the Court House door, in the town nf Hiawatha. Countr of Brown, and Ter ritory of Kansas, offer for sale, to tbe highest and beat bidder, for cash La hand, all the right, title and interest of James M. S mith in the fol lowing described property, to wit: the south vest quarter ef section namber tweath-three, (23) in township number two, (2) of range number sixteen, (16) situate, lying and being in the County of Brown, and Territory afore said. " " r. T. 'AJl'O X , U. o. jwanna-. By James H-Shethesd, Deputy.' June 28, 1860-vW. Printer's fee, $6. V. S. MARSHAL'S SALE. George W. Ward ts. Washington Carr. T3 Y Tirtue of an order of sale to me directed, f- issued out of the Firat District Court of the Territory of Kansas, sitting in Learenworth City, for the trial of causes srising under the Constitution and laws of the United States, I will, on Saturday, July 28th, A. D. 1860, at one O'clock, P. M, at the Court House door, in the wn 01 ntawatna, bounty or Brown, and Ter ritory of Kansas, offer for sale, to the highest and best bidder, fof cash in hand, all the right, title and interest of Washington Carr in the following described property, to wit: the north east quarter of section number twenty seren, (27) in township number one, (1 ) of range num ber sixteen. (18) aituate, lying and being In the Couuty of Brown, and Territorr aforesaid. P. T. COLBY, U. S. Marshal. By Janes H. Sneraxao, Deputy. June28.1860-5w. Printer's fee. $6. U. 8. MARSHAL'S SALE. William R. Pye ts. Jos. Hilton. T) Y virtue af an order of ! -L issued out of the First District Court of we territory of Kansas, sitting in Learenworth City, for the trial of causes arising under the Constitution and laws of the United States, I will, on Saturday, July 28tb, A. D. 1860, at one o'clock, P. M., at the Court House door, in the town of ffiawithl. Cnnntv nf n. mA T... ritor of Kansas, offer for sale, to the highest tL .I'll .. . . .. . . uu uesi Diuaer, lor casn in nana, all the right, title and interest of Jos. Hilton In the following described DroDertr. to arit: the nnrthat nnr. ter of section number twenty, (20) in township uuuiucr me, it 01 range numoer niteen, jiaj situate, lying and being in the County of Brown, and Territory aforesaid. P. T. COLBY, U. S. Marshal. By Jams U. SmrHEao, Dcputr. June 28, lbWw. Printer's fee, $6. IT. 8. MARSHAL'S SALE. William R. Pye ts. Albert G. Speer. I 1 Y Tirtua Af an order nf .,1 tumm AlA issued out of the Fint nitrt Pyurt r.r tne 1 emtory or Kansas, sitting in Learenworth City, for the trial of causes arising under the Constitution and laws of the United States, I will, on Saturday. Jal 28th. A. n isr.fl nnA o'clock, P. M., at the Court House doer, in the town 01 lliawatna, County or Brown, and Ter ritory of Kansas, offer for Halo, ti ha h:rh.t and best hiddpr. Tor rush in liand. all t .;.!., title and interest of Albert G. Speer in the fol lowing described property, to wit: the north west fractional quarter of section number seven, (7) in township number two, (2) and range number eighteen, (18) situate, lying and being in the County of Brown, and Territory aforesaid! P. T. COLBY, U.S. Marshal. Br James H. SHErnEao, Deputy. June 28, lS60-5w. Printer's fee, f '6. T. 8. MARSHAL'S SALE. ' William R. Pye ts. Abratn H. Scribncr. BY Tirtue of sn order of sale to me directed, issued out of the First District Court of the Territory of Kansas, sitting in Learenworth City, for the trial of causes arising under the Constitution and laws of the United Slates, I will, on Monday, July 30tb, A. D. 1860, st ene o'clock, P. M., at the Court House door, in the town of Seneca, County of Nemaha, and Terri tory of Kansas, offer for sale, to the highest and best bidder, for cash in hand, all the right, title and interest of Abram H. Scribner in the fol lowing described property, to wit: the east half of the seuth-west quarter of section number twenty-four, (24) in township number three, (3) of range number fourteen, (14) situate, lying and being in the County of Nemaha, and Terri tory aforesaid. P. T. COLBY, U. S. Marshal. By James II. Shephesd, Deputy. June 28, 1860-5ir. Priutcr'a fee, $6. V. S. MARSHAL'S SALE. James L- McKoin vs. Wesley Barnes. BY rirtne of sn order of sale to me directed, issued out of the Fint District Court of the Territory of Kansas, sitting in Learenworth City, for the trial of causes arising under the Constitution and laws of the United Plates, I will, on Monday, July 30th, A. D. 1860, at one o'clock, P. M., offer for sale, to the highest and bet bidder, for cash in hand, all the right, title and interest of Wesley Barnes in the following described property, to wit: The south-west quar ter of section number twenty, (20) in township number four, (4) of range number fourteen, (14) situate, lying ana being in tne uounty or ic- mana, ana 4 erntorv aioresaia. P. T.' COLBY, U. S. Marshal. By James II. SHrrHEao, Deputy. June 23, 1860-5w. Printer's fee, $6. IT. S. Marshal's Sale. William R. Pye vs. Charles M. Sherman. BY virtue of sn order of sale to me directed, issued out of the First District Court of the Ter ritory of Kansas, sitting in Leavenworth City, for tbe trial of causes arising under the Consti tution and laws of the United States, I will, on Monday, July 30th, A. D. 1860, at one o'clock, P. M., at the Court House deor, in the town of Seneca, County of Nemaha, and Territory oi Kansas, offer for sale, to tbe highest andbest bidder, for cash in hand, all tbe right, title and interest of Charles M. Sherman in the following described property, to wit: the south-cast quar ter of section number twenty-nine, (29) in township number one, (1 ) of range number thir teen, (13) situate, lying and being in the Coun ty of Nemaha, and Territory aforesaid. P. T. COLBY, U. S. Marshal. Br James II. SiicrHito, Depotr. June 28, 16(SQ-5w. Printer's fee, $6. 17. S. Marshal's Sale?. William R. Pye vs. Robert Desfasyersnd Tbena Dcshaycr. BY virtue of an order of sale to me directed, issued oat of the First District Court of tbe Ter ritory of Kansas, sitting in Leavenworth City, for the trial of causes arising nnder the Consti tution and htws of the United States, I will, on Monday, July 30th. A. D. 1860, at one o'clock. P. M., at the Court House door, in the town of Seneca, County of Nemaha, and Territory of Kansas, oner lor sale, to tbe highest and best bidder, for cash in hand, all the right, title and interest of Robert Deshayer and Theoa Desbay er in the following described property, to wit: the north-east quarter of section number twen ty-four, (24) in township number two, (2) of range number twelve, (12) situate, lving and being in the County of Nemaha, and Territory aforesaid. P. T. COLBY, U. S. Marshal. Br James H. SHErnEao, Deputy. June 28, 1860-ow. . Printer's fee, $6. U. S. Marshal's Salf . William R. Pye vs. George Lee. BY rirtue of sn order of sale to me directed, issued out of the First District Court of the Ter ritory of Kansas, sitting In Learenworth City, for the trial or causes arising nnder tbe consti tution and laws of the United States, I will, 00 Monday, July 30th, A. D. 1860, at one o'clock, P. M., at the Court House door, ia the town of Seneca, Coanty of Nemaha, and Territory of Kansas, oner for sale, to the hignest and nest bidder, for cash in hand, all the right, title and interest of Geonre Lee in the following describ ed property, to wit: tbe north-east quarter of teetioa aumoer tniny-iour, ia wwnsuip namber three, (3) of range number twelve, (12) situate, lying and being in the County of Ne maha, and Territory aforesaid. ' . P. T. COLBY. U. S. Marshal. - ' "By James H. Saiman, Deputy. June 29, l860-5w. Printer's fee, t'S. U. 8. Marsktl's 8ale.x r ' -. William R. Pre vs. Nathan Watroos. -BY virtue af aa order of sale to me directed, issued out of the First District Court of the Ter ritory of Kansas, sitting ia Leavenworth City, for the trial of cause arising under the Consti tutioa and laws of the United 8tatea, I will, oa Mla. July 30th. A. D. 1860, at one o'clock. p Mt at the Court House door, in the town of Saaeea, County of Nemaha, and Territory of Kansas, offer for eaie, 10 mgiwo m uc bidder, for cash ia hand, all the right, title and interest of Nathaa Watreaa in the following described property, to w: wen, 01 u quarter, and the west half of the .w .i nn.rtrr. of section namber twenty- two, (22) in township number three, (3) of range number uuiteen, t.j j'-g heide in the County of Nemaha, and Territory aforesaid. P- T. COLBY, U. S. Marshal. By Jastes H. SwEniEBa, Deputy. June 28, 1860-5w. : Printer's fee, 6. CONFECTIONERY ! TThoIesale and Retail! ." a MIR undersigned has permanently located . in White Cloud, at the stand recently oe cuDicd by Henry Beckett, where he has onened out, and is constantly receiving, large stocks of CANDIES OF ALL XJJJDS, ef the very best quality! OYSTKRS AND SARDINES! Oranges aid Lemons ! CIGAHS, SM0KK0 AND CEEWKG TUBACCO! R.USI9S AND FIGS1 NUTS OF ALL KIXDS ! Lemon Syrup and Fresh Peaches ! Toyt and Perfumery! ALSO: Tie Choicest Wines and Llqiers, Lager Beer, and Old Cider Vinegar I LIKEWISE : FI0TJE AffD MEAL, STONE WARE, SUGAR, BUTTER, Together wth SODA CRACKERS. CHEESE, Bread, Ties, C&xes, and eatables ef all kinds! Ice Cream oace or twice each week! I bare also The Finest Quality Rifle Powder, Shot, Caps, and Lead ! A call is solicited from all persons wishing to purensse any article in my line, either at whole sale or retail, aa I feel confident that I can fill orders at as reasonable figures aa any house in tnis upper country. JAMES M. BECKETT. White Cloud, June 14, 1860-tf. Shingles! THE subscriber has just completed his Shin gle Machine, and is now manufacturing Cottonwood and Walnut Shingles, the best that can be bad in the market. Orders for any quantity filled on the shortest notice, if not on hand, at the most reasonable prices. I may be found at White Cloud, just below Partridge & Co.'s Saw Mill. JAMES F. CLEMENSON. junc2I.G0-tf. e 2 '.5 -5 r ; o fj -C -- -3; . E -2 2 ; 2 s- St3 J s - s s s -a x c 00 "SilE-s-S oi caog-7.. - oS &i S nun s- t- t 5 a; -3 sJ-S CS .J 3 a o-a oi S u P w c ie ""S-cH-S S o 'ii i it? 1 - 5 Oi :llBj2 oo2a&siSa :as s i t t H9 c S ' run 3 t B X U O J3 JS v 9 o T 2 o a, a 9 a i C i.. -3 - 1 C - a3rsiirt--52-OH3i--i3 9 S ? 2 S 5 o - it . 2 3 a SCr'lS'aa! 5E S3 S3 - - w -5 - 3- 1 r " - - 2 s : X r- o 2.502.3p5.-B;S-3 Is- o 7 n C l-aS 2 ra ea V a S 3 is HI S-i 2g sL.?a-3 For sale by Shrere & Macy, White Cloud; Root & Cook, Padonia; Zook A Baldwin, For est City; J. E. Burbank, Falls Citr; Leigh 1 Shields, Iowa Point; J. II. Wildy, Highland; Peter & Nephler, Oregon; and by Dealers gen erally . 'dec 15, 59-3m. SHERIFF'S SALE. ATOTICE is hereby risen, that I will offer IN for sale, at public auction, at the door of the Court House, in tbe town or Hiawatha, on the 29th day of July, A. D. 1860, at 1 o'clock, P. M-, of said day, the. following real estate, to wit: the south-east quarter of section number ten, (10) in township number One, (1) of range namber fifteen, (IS); and the, north-west quar ter of section number elerea,' (11) in township number onef(l) of range number fifteen, (IS) lriiur. situated and beinf in Brown County, and Territory ef Kansas; taken as tbe property of Aaron M. Weddle, on an order 01 sale ia raror of Solomon L. Gillett, issued from the First District Court of the Territory of Kansas, in and for Learenworth County, and to me direct ed, aa Sheriff of Brewa County. Giyea under my hand, this 20th dsy of June, A. D. 1860. - . JOHN H. SCHENCK, Sheriff of Brown County. K. T. June 26, 1860-Sw. Printer's fee, $5. r.c.saasra, a. n. h. r. Acy, Sf. a. SHREVE & MACY. DRUGGISTS, WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS.; J ' IT" Drs. Shrere ft Macy attend to the prac tice of Medicine and Surgery. They may be fonnd at the Drag Store, wbea not profession ally engaged., feb.23,60-tf. Final Settleaeit. NOTICE is hereby given to all persona con cerned, that the andersiened. Administra tor of tbe Estate of John P. Boggs, late of Brown Coanty, Kansas Territory, deceased, will make application to the Probate Court of Brown County, to be held at uiawaua, at ue Jaly term of said Court, for a final settlement of said Estate. EDWARD R. COBNELISON, June 14. Id60-3.e -. Administrator. SMALL & CO.. , Wholesale Grocerse JR. 119, Second Street : - ST- LOUIS april 12, 60-ly. :'. -5 9 'sa 1 flairs is jtt'is.? -i.Bg-g-o bsS H-i o 3 o EC Jst aT . o o c 12 a- 3 T 2 o wjJ . mt sn CZ 93';. ar: m S . 9 n m 2 r. .So C0mo.5TS rr. . 'SS .5 3 - 5 g E. Tbe crisis is past, the people are rejoicing, and W. M. VAN MEN Has just returned from the East, with the Urgent and best selected stock of Goods erer offer ed in this market, and is ready to wait on bis old customers, and ail who are disposed to gire him a call. He has now on hand a complete assortment of If 1 f.viim r an READY MADE AND Ii THE LINE OF GKOCERIES: COFFEE, MOLASSES, PEPPER, SOAP. BACON. TEA. FLOUR. SPICE, CANDLES. LARD, SUGAR, MEAL, SODA, TOBACCO, FISH, 1c. Quccnsivarc, Glassware, PUTTY, GLASS, WIHDOW SASH. k vt. &-.w k a Nails, at wholesale and retail, Table Cutlery, Garden Rakes, Carpenters' Tools, Pocket Cutlery, Shore!, Spades, Door Trimmings, Frying Pans, Hoes, Ac, Ac; Wooden Ware of all Kinds, Coil Hope, Bed Cords, and Twine I All of which are offered for sale cheap, for Cash or Country Produce. Call and eismine my stock before purchasing elsewhere. Corn, Oats snd Potatoes taken in exchange for Goods. Pike's Peak Emigrants furnished with complete outfits, on the most reasonable terms. Wbite Cloud, April 19, lS60-tf. W. II. VAN DOREN. MORRIS & CHENEY ARE on hand, as usual, with a large and complete assortment of all sizes aud pat terns of Cook, Parlor, and Heating Stores, comprising the latest and most improved styles; together with TIN, CUPPER, AND SHEET-IBOS WAGE, in any quantity to suit the market all of which will be sold "dirt chesp," for tbe CASH! We hare also on hand BAR IRON AND STEEL, of various kinds, to suit the trade. And last, though not least, we will keep a complete as sortment of MO LINE PLOWS, which, for good qualities, are unsurpassed by any other in use. White Cloud, April 5, 1860-ly. SAMUEL L. JENNINGS. (Successor to C. F. Jennings k 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 hare also a fresh supply of TAINTS AND OILS, BRUSHES, WINDOW GLASS, 3TTEinT3JXa, Nails, Crackers, Candles, Tobccco, Than which I know there is no better in the market; LIQUORS. Which I will retail from thirty cents to two dollars and a half per gallon. I will pay the hishest price for Hides and Furs ! S. L. JENNINGS. april 19, CO-tf. 500,000 lbs. Wool Wanted ST. JOSEPH, 510. Two Extensive Woollen Factories, I IN SUCCESSFUL OPERATION. One New and Fitted I' a with all the LATEST IMPROVEMENTS. WE are prepared to manufacture to order, and hare for sale, the following goods: Satinets, IleaTy and Light, JEANS, TWEEDS. White, Colored, Striped and Plain ziB&m, - FLANNELS, FULLED LINSEYS, Colored, White and Mixed, 1' yds Wide, FULLED CLOTH, Blankets of all Kinds and Qualities, YAKNS OF ALL EIZES AND COLORS. Warranted all Goods of the Bett Material. We will exchange the abore Goods for Wool " or Cash. FANCY DYEING TO ORDER, We tnU ijr Catk Jar any emoaal Wee N. BCELL 4 SON-1 BUELL ft DIXON, jane 14, 60-6m. Order of Publication. TERRITORY OF KANSAS,? - Brown Coanty. ) Tn tha Sammi Dintriet Court. Me. Ac sittine in Brown Coanty, for tbe trial of causes anting usder tbe laws of said Territory. May 22nd, 1860. ' John N. Ayres, Plaintiff, 1 Order rs. m Caleb Holdbrook, Defendant) Publication. THE Defendant Caleb Holdbrook, ie hereby witiffMl that tha Plaintiff, by his Attorney, W. W. Guthrie, did on tbe 22nd day of May, A. D. 1860, file hia Petition against the said deiendant, and also tied as affidartt for an or der of attachment against the property of the said defendant ; setting forth in the said peti tion that the said defendant is indebted to the plaintiff in the sua of ene hundred snd ten dol lars, damages due and payable la an action of bailment, for that the defendant failed to ,de u. mt m'x ahtv.nin 37-100 dallara. re- eeired by him of the Plaintiff, to be paid and delivered to James g. rooa oi as. raoi.mw esota; and nnleaa he the said Caleb Holdbrook hImi). .M,.r or demur to the netition of the said plaintiff by the 20th da; of July A. V. IQW, the same win ne taaen aa conieweu, and Judgement rendered accordingly, and hia property attached in this action will be sold te satisfy the said JndgemeaL . Witness my hand and the seal of said Court attached at my office in Hiawatha, this 224 day of May A. D. 1860. L MoARTHCR, Clerk. J.G.Kaxscr,D.C. Msy3I,1869-w. FOR SALE! nvr n.n.aw aAmm wV in fiKnra1 JL terms, eereral ebeice tracts of timbered and prairie lands, located near nice t ioa The namerea cracie wiu ne aiyiaea v sm par chasers. T. D. MARKHAM wiow Cloud esot-S3, W-tf. vivavsM vjvs va W7 17IIV1 CLOTHING. SAPONIFIER, -OR Concentrated Lye, THZ RADT PAJCLT SOAP M A K E 1 . AN indepcnsible article in every family, whereby, with their ordinary kitchen crease combined with the Saponificr, they can make I all the soap they use hard, soft, or fancy. It j will make hard water soft, and will clean type i to perfection nothing equals it lor cleaning and scouring. Pnt np in nir-tight iron boxes of lib, each, which will make with 4 to A lb, common jrrcnte, from li to 2i gallons elegant soft soap, or 8 to 10 lbs. hard. It has now been several years since this in valuable article was first introduced to the Pub lic, and the estimation in which it is held, wherever known and tried, and the immense de mand for It from all quarters, are conclusive proofs of its real merits and value as a family article. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS I The success of our article like that of all dis coveries of true merit and value, has induced unprincipled parties to imitate it. We therefore CAUTION THE PUBLIC against worthlsss COUNTERFEITS and to take none but the genuine, original and patented article, Manu factured only by the PENNSYLVANIA SALT MANUFACTURING COMPANY, Of East Tarentnm, Alleghany Co. Tn. OFFICE AND DEPOT, Xo. 30G.Pen St., Above the Canal BriJge, PITTSBURGH, PENN3YLVAXIA. Who also Manufacture of standard qnality. Caustic Soda for Soap Makers, Soda Ash, Copperas. Refined Soda Ash, Manganese, Sal Soda, Nitric Acid. Cholorrde of Calcium Soda Saleratu, Bleaching Powder, Sulphric AciJ, Muratic Acid, Aqua Fortis, Chloroform, Extra Refined Snow-White Table, Dairy and Packing Salt, warranted entirely Pure and Dry, put up in various packages and styles. The only Pure Salt In the country. FOR SALE BY ALL Store-Keepers in the United States. 1000 Cases Saponifier, genuine, for sale at manufacturers, prices iu lots to suit purchasers, by ,riKE 4 KELLOG april 5, 60-ly. St. Louis, Mo. Health and Happiness Secured ! THE CONCENTRATED CURE THE CONCENTRATED CURE A POWERFUL REMEDY A POWERFUL REMEDY FOR WEAKNESS FOR WEAKNESS FOR EARLY INDISCRETION FOR EARLY INDISCRETION TRY IT ! TRY IT TRY IT! TRY IT! Young men who are suffering from the effects of youthful indiscretion can be surely snd per manently restored by using the Concentrated Care, OR AQUA VITAE! A Xemsdy ef Great aad Certain Fever! This remedy is put up in small vials, and caa 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 f ull par ticulars, sent (free) on application. Price per bottle, $1. One bottle will last a month. N. B. This remedy is suitable for either sex. A'ldress, K. CRUGER, Medical Agent, 742, Broadway, New York. Aagnstll,182My. Look Out for the Muley! Lumber! Lumber! THE undersigned have taken aad itted up in complete order, the Steam Saw-Mill in While Cloud, known as tbe " Muley Mill." where they keep constantly on hand a supply of good Lumber, for salt at the lowest prices, for Cash. Anv bill ef lumber required, will be filled with dispatch. We will also saw lumber on the halves, or cheap for cash, on short notice. This mill does work equal to the best in the country. Give ua a eall. GRUMLEY ft FAIRALL. White Clood, April 19, 1860-tf. Qflfifi CHOICE CIGAR3, and dozen OUUU cans of Fresh and Spiced Oysters. la atnra and far sale by nor M.59-tf. C. DANA SAYRS. PLOWS t FLOWS I T 1 a VTSirs MMifJ areaey from tbe manufacturer, I am prepared to rurniaa rmnv jww . wwsiw single steel Shovel Plows, Harrows, and Culti- vators cheap foe i,ean. ' . White Cloud.jane 33, S9-tf WAKEFIELD & MORTON, . Architects and BaildeiV WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS, WE have formed a co-partnership, in the above business, and are now preretl to eon tract for aad execute all kinds of work in our line. We will also make out plan and specifications for buildings ef eterj description, on short notice. Our terms will be reasonable, aad we flatter oorselves that oar work will stand the test of the closest inspection- R. S. WAKEFIELD, may 10, CO-tf JOHN P.. MORTON, BOOTS Entirely New Stock OF 1 &. m ! AT THE STORE OP C. DANA SAYRS, WHITE CLOUD! I TAKE pleaure in Informing my friends, and the public generally, that I am now re ceiving a large and well selected slock of Dry Goods, Groceries Boots & Shoes. Hat? & Caps, Ql EEXSWIRE, IURDff ARE, LIQI'ORS, NAILS, CORDAGE, mil, AXD PRESERVED FRUITS. I shall continue to keep the market supplied with every article usually found In a Western Store, and can aisure 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 baa been extended to me by tbe citlrens of White Cloud and surrounding country, I hope to be enabled to merit a continuance of the same, by cheap prices aud fair dealing. C- DANA SAYRS. april 12. W-tf. ' . . STEAM FERRY AT WHITE CLOUD! RUNS regularly on the Missouri River, at the' following rates: For crossing a team of 1 pair of horses or mules, or 1 yoke or cattle, and wagon, loaded or empty, $0.75 Three yoke of cattle and wagon, . 12 One horse and buggy, 0 Saddle horse and rider, 85 Loose horses, per h ead , I Cattle, per head, 10 Hogs and sheep, per head, 4 Foot passengers, 10 Northern emigration, from Missouri, Iowa, Illinois, Wisconsin or Michigan, either for Cal ifornia or any part of Kansas or Southern Ne braska, will find a mail route to this point, on a State Road from Des Moines, Iowa; and aa good roads through Missouri, by wsy of Savan nah and Oregon, to this place, as to any other point on the river. There are good landings on both sides of the river; and on the Kansas sideall streams and sloughs, to tbe Nemaha, have free bridges, recently made for the Gov ernment trains from .this place to Salt Lake and Utah. We can say to the California emi gration, that they can strike the old California Road within 13 miles of this place, and they will find good grazing for stock withia half a mile of the river, ard plenty of wood and water on the route to the Big Blue, only 80 miles from here; and they will find this road over 40 mile shorter than the road from St. Joseph, and over 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 this route, and we pledge oar selves to pass them over the river free, on their return, if they are noteatiafiod of the foregoing fact. White Cloud has three or four good stores and trading houses; two first-class Hotels; lumber is only $15 per 1,000 feet; the country is rapidly filling up; and there ie as good a farming region, extending for over 60 milea back of the river, as can he found in any part of Kansas. MOORE3 ft TAYLOR. june 9, 59-Iy. EDWIN H. GRANT, Attorney at Law, X0T1RY PtBLIC, AXD HEAL IvSTATK AOKXT, ornct it ths cot-ar notrss.J HIAWATHA, BROWN CO., KANSAS. Will attend promptly to all business entrust rd to hi in in Brown aud the adjoining Counties dec.23,53-ly. J. C SCOTT. Altorupy at Law k Land Agent, SENECA, NEMAHA CO., KANSAS. SPECIAL attention paid to the Collection of Claims in Ncmiha, Marshall and Brown Counties. REFERENCES: BcKi.ca k Williams, White Cloud, Kansas. V. D. Mabkham, " Jahks Caboill k Co.. St- Joseph, Mo. Hot. Sampcl R. Cutis, Keokuk. Iowa. E. B. Hals, Banker. Cleveland, Ohio. Hoi. Daniel R. Tildem, " Muii, Gill ft Co., Chicago, Illinois. K. U. Toaarr, Dist. Cl'k, Nemaha Co., K. T. july 14. 59-ly. SAMUEL LAPPIN, Land and General Agent, SENECA, NEMAnA CO., KANSAS, Wl LL promptly attend to in vesting Money, cavine Taxes, loeatlnzandsellioe: Land Warrants, buying and selling Lands, and mail ing Collections ia Northern Kansas aad South ern Nebraska. Office on Main Street. REFERENCES: V. D. 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Poets, Stodcate, Metcbaota, Mechanics and Farmers, all of whom may derive pleasure aad -profit from its pages. 2. That ia it may be found the cream of all the world-renowned Reviews and Periodicals ef Europe, with original articles, aad selections from the best fugitive literature of ear own eountry." 3. It contain mere reading matter than any other magaxine in tbe world; each weekly nnsa her eentaioinssixty-foar pagee aad a Fine Steel Portrait, making three tnouaand three hundred and twenty-eight pages ia a year, with fifty-two steel engravings. - 4. That it ia the oldest periodical of its kind in tbe country, having been published over sisi -teen years. : 5. That it is the cheapest publication of tbe . day, whether H Is Judged by the quantity or i quality of its contents. 6. IChat no library is perfect without it. ' . T. That to those with limited mesas, il is aa admirable substitute for a library of miaoellane-, . oos books. And finally, that as a Family Ma- , gaxine, it ie perfectly unexceptionable la aA respects. A Price Five Dollars per annum, or thirteen -cents a number, sent by mail, post paid, to anyl address in the United States. To Clergymen), Student aad Clubs. Four Dollars. , --,,. , DEUSSER ft PROCTOR, 509, Broadway, New .York.