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ytieal friends could hew thoss whom it hit
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'lliUedto"giTin.', His Compound Syrup
jltfrii it wether preparation equally aa
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--rill a a sure thing in coughs, coldf, can
Mition, Ac, kc U the advertisement.
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" Skeriff's Sale.
Uagtlerft Rsseattein va.ThomasSieTanson.
- v.ntinn. iuued from the Dirtriet Cosrt of
gusts Territory, fitting in tad for Donishaa ,
vnrir.E Is hereby riven, that I will offer
hid, at public auction, at the Coart Houss
Doer, if Troy, in said County, on the JSA day
Sjtii'T. - p-1861. at one o'clock, P.M.,
f tktt day, aU the right, title and interett the
BsTnsw.ts Stevenson had, at the May term
tf said Court, A. D- I860, in Lots 1 and 2. In
Hock 89; also, in Lota 12 and 13, In Block 118;
a!o,inLots9 and 10, in Bleek 31; alto, in
Uti5and6, in Block 49; eituated ia High
tad, in aaid County. Levied on by me, by
rirlatof taid exeeution, issued in the above
tatiesd cats, la tatiafy the judgment and ooeU
Given uader ssy fcand, thlt 18th day of De
etabtr.A.D.1860. JOS. F. HAMPSON, Acting Sheriff.
Br C. Lelaod, Deputy Sheriff.
Deeessber 20. 1860-5ir. Pr's fee, $7.50.
Tilt Tribune for 1861.
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r m..i.. .,ui Tarritorv of Kansas, on tne
18th day or January. A. D. 1861. b?ten JJ?
hoars of 8 o'clock, A. M-, and 4 o'clock. P. M
.r..i4 Amm i. fntinwinp described real estate.
to wit: the'north-wect quarter of the iiotjh-wat
quarter of seetion Wo. five, (5) in township No.
four. (4) of range no. lounawu, ij
David McGill. Issued from the Second Di0
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ed. and to me directed, aa Sheriff of : Brown
County. Given under my hand, tats
By H. M. Rctncoa, Uadcr Shcnff
Dtesmbcr 13, 18f-5w. tVi fce, "
lying and Doing in w ""'J " """"""VrTi
Territory of Kansas- TaksnaathatwopsTtyor
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C. C. Agee
ts. un Eixecuireu.
NOTICE is hereby given, that I will offer
for sale, at public auction, at the door or
the Court House, in Troy, in the County of
Doniphan, Kansas Territory, on the 7th day or
January, A. D. 18C1 , at 1 o'clock, P. M., of that
day, to" the highett bidder, for cath. And with
out appraissl, the following describeu real es
tate, to wit: Lots No. 4 snd 5, in Block 3, in
Stout's Addition; also, Uot ZJ, in uioca o: ui
of said Low being situsted in Iowa Point, in
the said County of Doniphan. Levied on aa
the property or aaid Jolin -rats, oy virtue oii
execution to me directed, issued from the Dis
trfct Court of Kansas Territory, sitting in and
for tha County of Doniphan aforesaid, wherein
the aaid C. C. Agee ia plaintiff, and the said
JohnTusti8dsfendsnt,to satisfy said execu
tion and costs.
Given under mv hand, this 29th day of No
vember, A. D. 1860.
JOS. F. HAMPSON, Acting Sheriff.
By C. Lklird, Deputy Sheriff.
December 6, l80-5w. Pr's fee, $9.
C.G.J.Beeler ) On Order of Sale
Bolivar Beeler vs. nd
Svlvanus Dustin A Keaton) Kxecution.
Issued from the District Court of Kansas Ter
ritory, sitting in and foe tha Couaty of Doniphan.
NOTICE is hereby given, that I will offer
for sale, at public auction, on the 7th day
f January, A. D. 1861, at 1 o'clock, P. M.,
cf that day, at the Court House door, in the
.it. r Tm.. Dnninhan County. Kansas Terri-
tory, liOt ' una to, ia on ,
Iowa Point, in said County of Doniphan, by or
der of said Court, to satisfy the payment and
costs in the above entitled cause
Given under my hand, this 30th day or No
vember, A. D. 1860.
.JOS. F. HAMPSON, Acting Sheriff.
By C. LaxtxD, Deputy Sheriff.
December 6, l860-5w. Printer's fee, $6-
. mm mO , DI..1. 1(1 mirnmMA Im
John S. Chamberlain vs. John McCus.
iTnTtr.F ia hereby tnven. tnat i win oner
JM for sale, at public auction, at the door of
tha Court House, tn ins sown oi niawawa,
?1 Stv. K T on the 83d day or De-
rJmber. A. D. I860, at one o'clock, P.M., of
aaid day. the following described real estate.
and the weat half of the south east quarter, of
I. Th- fML UU Ul UC PUUUI ct.ttvuuaMwu.
section numoerninv, .j . .p , --"
three, (3) of range number fifteen, (15) situ
ate, lying and being in the County of Brown,
and the Territory or Kansas: said real estate
having been levied on by me, to satisfy an ex
ecation which was issued from the First Dis
trict Court or Santas lemmrj, .uU6 ;;--.t
rt,. for the trial of causes arising
Buroy-'-v"-. ., .. . .
andcr the Uwa oi saio lemwrj, .u
the plaintiff and ngainst we "" "
above) entitied eanae, and to mo directed, aa
Sheriff of Brown Cocmtv.
Given under my hand, this Tist day of No
Sheriff of Brawn Couaty. K-T.
g I X T T - 1TI IT TH T 1
' sHEJUFF Mil.
James Cuddv, James M. Caddy, and and Wit
Ham S. Cuddy, comprising the firm of Cuddy,
Carpenter k Co., vs. Joha N. Ayres.
NOTICE is hereby give, that I will offer
lor sale, at pmbtic auction, at ths door of
the Court House, in the town of Hiawstha, in
Brown County, K. T-, on the 8th day of Janua
ry, A. D. 18C1, at one o'dock, P. M., or said
day, the following described real estate, to wit:
the south hslf of the south-cast quarter of sec
tion No. twenty-nine, (29) in township No. two,
of range No. eighteen. (18) sad the north-wast
quarter of section No. six, (6) in township No.
three, (3) of range No. eighteen, (18) sitaate,
lying and being ia the County of Brown, and
Territory of Kansas. Also, twenty (30) shares
in the town of Robinson, in Brawn County.
Also, in said town or Robinson, one Steam Saw
and Grist Mill, together with all the machine
ry, fixtures, Ac, sppertaining thereto, and two
acres of ground upon which the Mill and ma
chinery now stand. Also, one horse. Said
property having been levied on by me, to satis
fy an order of sale which issued from the Sec
nml District Court, sittins- in Browa County, for
the trial or causes arising oader the laws of
Kansas Territory, In ravor or toe piaintins ana
against the defendant in the above entitled
cause, and to me directed, as Sheriff of said
Given under mv hand, this 6th dsy of De
cember, A. D. 1660.
JOHN n. 8CHENCK.
Sheriff of Brown County, K. T.
December 6, 1860-5w. Pr's tet, $12.
Robert Flickincer. - 1
Administrator of Estate of I
A. A. Cooper, deceased, On Execution.
-VTOTICE Is hereby eiven.thst I will offer
xN for sals, at public auction, on the ISth day
of December, A. D. 1860, at one o'clock, P. M.,
of that day, at the residence of P. Helm, the
defendant'.in Wayne Township, Doniphan Coun
ty, K. T., the following described personal pro-
rxmrtw In wit.
"-". -. . - .. t-.. 1A.
Une Drown atuu wu, aooui iwu ;t.n -.
rknn wnlrA nf Hrpn and Yoke.
Taken "aa the property of the said P. Helm, by
virtue oi an execution to mc uirccicu, ib
from the District Court of Kansas Territory,
sittisg in and for the said county oi ironipuau,
for the trial of causes arising under the laws or
said Territory, wherein the said Robsrt Flick-
.". ! t2:tW ami shA samlrf
ingtr, ACinimsirator, ia pmmiu, .u .- ---P.
Helm is defendant, to satisfy said execution
snd costs. .... . r
Given under my hand, this 25th day of No
vember. A. D. I860. .
JOS. F. HAMPSON, Acting Sheriff.
By C. Latino, Deputy Sheriff.
November 29, MS0-3w. Pr'e fee, $6.
I On Kxscution,
NOTICE is hereby given, that I wlll.on the
24th day of December, A. D. 1880, at ons
o'clock, P.M., or that day, offer for tale, at
public auction, at the Court House door, in the
;i. nrTrni. Dnniohan County. Kansas Terri
tory, the following described real estate, to
:.. th nnrtd rut fourth of the south-cut
quarter of section 19, township 3, range 20, sit
uated in said County or Doniphan. Taken as
ths propsrty of Henry Gsll, by virtus of two ex
ecutions to me directed, issued from ths District
Court of Kansas Territory, sitting in and for
ths said County of Doniphan, for ths tnal or
....... ..;.; .inrfur the laws of said Territory-
sssaassaaap, ... -- 1 aJ
In one orssid executions, Joel Ryan is plaintiff
and Henry Gall is delendant; and in ine otner
orsaid executions, Albert Perry is plaintiff and
Henry Gall is deftsdant. To be sold to satisfy
said execution and costs.
Given under mv hand, this 6th dsy or No
vember. A. D. I860. .
JOS. F. HAMPSON, Acting Sheriff.
Bv C. Lklshb, Deputy Sheriff.
November 8, 1860-7w. Printer's fee, $12.
A Horolty in tho Art World I
rUOTOGRArUT UrON rORCELlIN.
Secured by Letters Patent in the United SUtee,
Kagland, Francc and Belgium.
TUB AMERICAN PHOTOGKAPuIC PORCBLAW
Ko. 781 Broadway, New York,
having ttcured their novel and ingenioue In
vention by American and European patentt, are
fully prepared to exeouie an oruera ior
Miniature Likenesses ef Persons on China,
presenting all the attractive and advantageous
featurss of ordinary photograps, ths brilliancy
and finish cf a water color drawing, and a hith
erto unattained quality of durability, by being
rendered aa Imperishable aa the natural proper
ties orthc articlss upon which thsy sre trans
ferred. As the patented process of ths Compsny sns
blss the reproduction of Photographs, not only
on plsin surfaces, but upon inch as are round or
ofanydegrssor irregularity portraits can be
reproduced with faultless accuracy, and delicacy
.r.i.i:...i;nn. nrvin Poraalain wares of any ds-
scrisiion and dirosnsion used aa articlss of lux
ury or of houtshold utility, such as
TJrns, Yases, Breakfast Cups, Tollst Axtleles,
thereby sscuring faithfol portraits and furnishing
a unique and exquisite style or ornamentation
or articles in domestic use-
t- wp t famish facilities for the gratiuea-
.- r.k. .j.. t.t. and to meet the wants
or thos.p.tron. T the Fin. Arts desrou; , .f
haviag Portraits on rorceiam, .u- y i
v.. P ,.Afm Enmn. a collection of tu -
psriorporcslain goods, manufactured to Ueir
own crdir, which they ssll at cost priest-
As the American uompany are .
patent right, and conssqusntly ths only persons
kuthorixri te use the proeass, thsy havs dsUr
mined, in order
To sJoi PtopU Ist.tTtr7 swattom ot tt Unloa
an opportunity to possess
Portraits am uwa,
make the following proposition to
BesiAsats in ths Ceuntry, who ,,21 to
rUlt personsily the AUlisr tad Oal-
Psrsons ssnding a photograph, ambrotype, or
daausrreotypc to tha oBca of the Company in
New York, accompanied by .
will receive in return by express, frss of athsr
A riehcraasswatadSraaKmstt,-ap tan ,
t T& h. MTtratt iittinsitl tksrassi.
By tranamiltinf adagaantotyae and
they win eecnra in like manner ,
A k.Jfaaa Yrsmsh Yaaa crTcllrt AttMlo,
... .i.. .u MMdnead bv ths patented
ptaeass, ly asndUg a pair of dnfusrrtotypaa
the v win receive in return
A stall af risk. BwTitja Yi
with lb. portraits axecaUd fatl
paintings; aad, in like saannar. portraits can be
reproduced on porcelain wares or
Yaase of ertny ftaUty etTUisk,
rangiasj in pries from ,
N.B. Be partlealar in writing the address,
town, county and Stats distinctly.
"Maxaen, Atttnicaii rtotoeae Pomasj.
LamCoV 781 Broadway, If snrYoM.
V. D. MABICHAM,
ATTORNEY AT LAW&eEAL ESTATBASKT,
white CLOUD, KANSAS,
pay taieafor non-resident., and boy and seU
randa. Particnlar attentiom peJdto coUoeUone
OmCI OK MAW tTTataWT.
SYMPTOMS OF WORMS.
THE countenance it pale and kaden
colored, with occasional flushes, or a cir
cumscribed spot on one or both cheeks; the
eyes become dull; the pupils dilate; an
azaxe semicircle runs along the lower eye
lid; the nose u irritated, swells, and some
times bleeds; a swelling of the upper lip;
occasional headache, with humming or
throbbing of the ears; an unusual secreooti
of talira; slimy or furred tongue; breath
rery foul, particularly in the morning; ap
petite variible, sometimes voracious, with a
knawing sensation of the stomach, at others,
entirely gone; fleeting pains in the stomach;
ccasiontl nausea and vomiting; violent
pains throughout the abdomen; bowels ir-
i i. .. ; -n.riv? trnnli slimv: not
unfrequendy tinged with blood; belly swol
len and hard; urine turbid; respiration oc
casionally difficult, and accompanied by
hiccough ; cough somedmes dry and convul
sive; uneasy and disturbed sleep, with
grinding of the teeth; temper variable, but
generally irritable, &c
Whenever the above symptoms are
found to exist,
DR. M'LANES VERMIFUGE
Will certainly effect a cure.
The universal success which has at
tended the administration of thit prepar
ation hat been such as to warrant ut In
pledging ourselves to the public to
RETURN THE MONEY
in every instance where it should prove inef
fectual: "providing the symptoms attending
the sickness of the child or adult should
warrant the supposition of worms being the
cause." In all Sacs the Medicine to be given
IK STUICT ACCOKDA'CCI WITH THI DIRICTIONS.
We pledge ourselves to the public, that
Dr. M'Lane's Vermifuge
DOES NOT CONTAIN MERCURY
in any form; and that it is an innocent
preparation, not capable of doing the
lightut ity'ury to the moit tender infant.
Address all orders to
FLEMING BROS., Pittsswch, Pa.
P. B. Dtaltri and PhjilcUns ordering from ottxn than
Hmlas Braa,wiu no wwi v. wmo uu orarn 01x111017,
ul tat mm tnu vr. M-iMt-t,
X, ill. To the wuhlns to fin ttwsi a
UtaL w will forward per mail, port paid, to any part of
UMDatud 8utes, an box of ruii for twtln thrw mat
iiims stwBps. or on vial rf VamuToaa s Snrun
it ii iwt stamps. All onbit from Cauda mast In aa
oapanisl by tmnty ctnU sxtra.
ass- For sals by Dno,lU and OMatry Blora Ksspats
Kotlce to Tax-Pjrs
NOTICE is hereby given to tha Tax-Payers
of Brown County, that the Taxes for the
year 18b8 are now due. On all Taxes remain
ing unpaid by the first day of January. 1861,
there will bs 10 per cent, added, and collected
In like manner as othsr Taxes. Also, all lands
and town lots on which the Taxes are not paid
by the first dav of March, 1861, will be adver
tited and sold 'for the Taxss and costs. I will
meet the Tax-Payers of the several Precincts,
for the collection or Taxce for 1860, at the fol
lowing nlacee and timet, to wit:
Wm. J. Hart't , (new precinct,)
T. S. OaskiU't,
Hamlin Millf ,
The following It ths basis of Tsxes levied:
6 mills on ths dollar on the assesssd value or
all property, for the general expenses or the
County; Territorial Tax, 3 mills on the dollar;
and fifty cents Poll Tax. Townahip Tax, 1
:n nn ,h. ,iii. - Tn addition to ths above,
there is lsvicd, in perts of ths County, a Rosd
and School Tax, varying from 5 to 7 mills
on ths dollar.
Parsons wishing to psy Taxes and save costs,
as the time for collecting Taxes is short, can
do so by calling at the County Seat.
Hiawatna, novemoer zuui, icuu.
GEORGB J. ENGLEHART.
Treasurer Brown County, K. T.
December (, 1 860-4 w.
NOTICE is hereby given to ths taxpayers
of Doniphan County, that the Taxes for
the year 1860 will be due on the 10th of No
vember, 1 860. On all Taxes remaining unpaid
by the first day of Jaauary. 1861, there will be
10 per cent, added, and collected in like man
ner as other Taxes. Also, all lands and town
i.i. - M1. iV.. TTa are ant said by the
first day or March, 1861 , will be advertised and
sold far Taxes and costs. I will meet the tax
payers of these vsral Townships, for the col
lection of Taxes for the year I860, at thefol
lowing places and times, to wit:
White Cloud, December 3, I860.
lews Point, "
Highland, " . "
Giflmore'aPrteiael, M . "
Syrscuss, " . "
oniphsn, " JO. '
Geary City, - .
PeUrsburgh. ." 1.
Palsrmo, " J.
Wathena, " If, "
Bellemont, " J'. "
Columbus City, " J". "
n.. r.ii. :-:. kKaU nt Taxes levied:
mills on the dollar on tha assessed nlMof
all property, for the general expense. -Cou.t,7l
'mill on the amj-ed TjJo. of tU
property; aad one eoiiar pou wta -
YyjL t.'..nni.MH..lionldte naid in cash.
IBTaVS". waa - - -.
Territorisl Tax, 3 mlltt on tne ooiiar, aw. m.j
cenu pou tax to oe paioui - . ...
al Warrants. Township Taxea le'Ws
Centre Township, S mills on the dollar.
Wayne 1 "
Burr Oak. 3 -Washington,
Psnons wishing to pay Taxes and f"
as the time for the collection of Taxes U short,
esm do so by calling at the CountySeat.
n.tmA thfa 9Sth dav of Oetober, A. D. I8BO.
EDWARD S. DAVIS, Cotatty
aov. 1, SD-aw.
w...b LaAwtsh vs. Abasr Hsckworlh.
--rmrm . va.;- tkat I will efler
foreale.atpabllc aaatioa, al ; the door ol
the Cesrt House, in the town of Hiawatha, to
Brown County, on ths 8 day of JT. A.
D. 1861, at one o'clock, P. M-. of "
fcllowing described real estate, to wit: The
'lv Z. -..--. r urtlon Wo. eleven. (11)
wwH-r"r " TZZr. m SfkM..
isuvamf : - "iT'7. iT-.w- r,t, r
- T as etwn iini a satis m nwi ww
Brown, and Territory of Kansas: said real es
rv .t u i..ii n it ate. to satisfy an
ia altnalat. itintranaDwiBKw ""
irfer of sale which Issued from the Second
K?TSrr.Z? W th. Uwa of Kanasa
. sT.S attrtvnsF IB HrSSll ltJUBwTt) rot tssaw
Territory. In favor of r"fJf,
the defendant ia tto earn "ftLST'
to me directed, aa SherisTof said Cooaty.
t a n loon
Sherir of Brown County, K. Tv
DeesmbnS.lStWw. Tr's fee, fT-50-
ORDER Or PUBLICATION
In the District Court of the Seeoad Judicial
, District of Kansas) Territory, sitting withm
and for Brown County, for the trial of causes
arising under the Laws of said Territory.
James Render vs. Washington Carr.
IT appearing, to the satisfaction of the Court
aforesaid, from the affidavit or Orville Root,
herein flled, that Washington Carr, the above
named drftndant, is a non-resident or the Ter
ritory or Kansas, having in said Territory pro
perty, which said plsintiff seeks to take by ons
or the provisiosal remedies or the code or civil
procedure, to wit: Attachment; and that serv
ice or summons cannot be made on aaid de
fendant within said Territory; therefore i is
ordered by the Court aforesaid, that the said
j.r.nj.ni W.liinrinn Carr. be notified, by
publication being aftde in the White Cleud
Chief, a weekly newsoapcr pnblishsd In Doni
phan County, and or general circulation m the
I.ij rTnuntV of Rmin. far ail consecutive
weeks, of the pendency or this suit, the object
of which is to recover a judgment against said
j.f.,l.t far the sum of One Thousand Dol
tars, insluding interest from the 23d day of
September, A. U. lto, lor compendium iju
damages for fraudulently obtaining a valuable
sum of money unJer fslse pretences; and that
certain moneys due said defendant have been
attached to satisfy said claim; and the said de
fendant is hereby notified, that unless he plead,
answer or demur to the petition of the plaintiff.
filed in the Clerk's office or t tie lourtaiorcsaiu,
within the time pn scribed by law, the ssme
will be taken as true, and judgment rendered
accordingly; and the aaid Waahington Carr,
dcfendant.'is further notified, that on the 20th
day of December, A. D. 1860, depositions in
behalf of ths said plaintiff will be taken, before
the Clerk of the County of Jefferson, and State
of New York, and the Court or Records in and
for aaid County, to be continued from day to
dav until consluded. The plaintiff's deposition
wilt bs taken.
In testimony whereof, I have hereunto est
my hind, and affixed the seal of said Court, at
my office, in Hiawatha, this I4th day of Novem
ber, A. D. 1660. L. McARTHUR. Clerk.
By J. u. &.XLiir, uepuiy uiera.
E. M. OaiKT, Attorney for Plaintiff.
November 22, 1860-6V. Pr's Tee, $17.50.
Amos Rutlsdgc )
vs. On Bxscutloa.
(Samuel Neese. 1
OTICE it hereby given, that I will offer
for sale, at public auction, on tne etn aay
of December, A. D. I860, at one o'clock, P.
M., of that day, at the Court Houte floor, in
the city ot Troy, County of Doniphan, and Ter
ritory of Kaneat, the following described real
estate, to wit: the north-east fourth, the north
west fourth, the south west fourth, and the
southeast fourth, or the north-esst quartsr of
seetion 2, In township 4, or range 20, situated
In Doniphan County aloresaia, uy virtue 01 an
execution to me directed, issued from the Dis
trict Court of Kansas Territory, sitting in and
for ths County or Doniphan, wherein the ssid
Amos Rutledgs is plaintiff and the saidBamusl
Neese ia defendant. Levied on, and so much
of said premises will be sold, as msy be neces
sary to satisfy ths judgment snd costs In said
cause and on ssid cxesution.
Given under my hand, this 6lh dsy of No
JOB. F. HAMPSON, Acting Sheriff.
By C. LxLass. Deputy Sheriff.
November 8, 1860-Sw. Printer's fee, $9.
Fall & Winter Trade
T AW now racelvinsr from the Eastern mar-
L kata a aunnlv of Goods for ths Fall and
Winter Trade, such ss are suited to the wants
of ths people or this country, consisting oi
Dry Goods, Groceries
Boots & Shoes, Hats & Caps, &c.
Also, a large quantity or
Vlrgiais Tobacco md Fin Cigars,
which will be sold Chesp.
Oysters as- Casaei Frslts,
.Mh T ill !! at the loweet flnres possible.
kvthedosen. A foil and complete assortment or
READY MADE ULUl'UlHU,
SHIRTS, COATS, PANTS, TESTS,
which shall he sold so aa to defy competition.
COUNTRY PRODUCE of all descriptions
taken in exchange for goods. .w0d
o. uah av s
Whits Cloud, October 11, 18S0-tf.
MORRIS i CHENEY
ARE on hand, as ataal, with a larga snd
complsts assortmsnt of all siscs and pat-
Cask. Parlor, aid leatlaf Stores,
comprising ths Istsst andmottimprovsdstylss;
TIN, C0PPBB, AHD SHKT-WO." WARI,
In any quantity to suit the msrkst all of whish
will bs sold " dirt chesp." for ths CAS H !
Ws have also on hand
BAR IROIf AHD STHEL,
or various kinds, to suit ths trsds. And Isst,
though not lsast, ws will kssp a complste aa
which, for sjood uualitiss, are unsarpasscd by
say other in uss.
White Cloud, April i, 1860-ly.
500,000 lbs, Wool Wanted
BT. JOSEPH. MO.
Two IxtoiisiYe Woollen Tsetorlee,
IJT SUCC13SPUL OPERATION.
Ob New end Fitted Up wltk all the
WE are prepared to manufacture to order,
audi hkvsfor sals, ths following goodsi
SaUaeti, ftTeaYj aai Lie it,
White, Colored, Striped sad Plain
FLA1THEL8, FULLED LI58EY8,
CeUfed,Wkite-Me lTf Wide,
BUnketS of all lis, and aalltiee.
TAUM OP AU. 1ZS AUB COLOM.
WownmUdmtt Goo of tho ButUoUtvd.
We will exchange the above Oooda sr Wool
FAKCY DYEING TO ORDER.
Ws sttU Ff CssA tjaw wttstwl WtsI
K. BOELL A SON. BUILL A DIXON-
a tntm- M. . eT.SF
as, sn MtAT.tJ.nn
ftaVO mWmm- - . ,
WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS.
OT Dr- Shrev "" tUnt :
ticTot Medieine and Surgery. Thejr 7 be
found at the Df Store, tJSStt
rily engaged. , feb. 83, 60-tf.
SMALL fr J-t
M: lit. sVctsef 8,
SAMUEL L rtNINQ8, ;
Forwarding -asd Coiiisisaift Mercbuf,
WHITE CLOUD, KANA6
Has just received a larga lot of
fleia aai Mask MatrasiM,
CHAIRS AND TABLES,
LIQUORS OF ALL KINDS.
Flour. Molstswt, Mick"1
Sugar, Tea, Co'e,
asp, Csndlesv Tar,
GROCERIES OP ALL KINDS,
rAIKTS AND OILS',
Which I will tell aa lew as ths lowstl, tula
tivtly for Caah.
Ths highest price paid for produce.
All of Jayae't Medisinss for als.
8. L. JBNNINOS.
September 18. 60-tf.
IHIIIIL & IT. J0SENI B. B.
SPRI.f G ARRANGEMENT.
Passtoetr Bxprtts Lssvss St. Jossph
Passenger Express arrives at St. Joe. 9:30 P. M.
Emigrant Tiain " 8 JO A.M.
Freight S JO P.M.
Freight Train has Pasassnger Car attached.
Closs eonntstions made by each Train with
Mississippi boats and all Eastern Railroads.
Tickets sold to all principal plates ia tha
country. . ...... .. ......
ITie most ample provitiont ior uimjaw;.
with care and dispatch, and at ths lowest rates.
r.nn.rtiom mads at St. Joseph withPackstl
up and down the river, and with tUgc lines to
afl parlsor Kansas. -r
J. 1. It. HA X ASK, u.nit.i -p ..
Capt. Cctlbb. Assistant Supsrinlendeut.
P. B. GaoaT, Gen. Ticket Agent.
Joe. Looms, Gen. Freight Ag't, Hanatbal Me.
D. SawlN, General Agent.
CONFECTIONER V I
"VTholesale and Retail!
mHR undersigned hss ptrmsnently loestsA
in White Cloud, at the stand recently oc
cunied by Henry Beckett, where he haa opened
out, and it constantly receiving, large ftockt er
0AHDJJES OF ALL KXMDB,
fine very beat quality!
OTSTERS AND SARDINBSI
OriBgcs aid Leaoas !
OGAM, SMOKING AHD CHEWING TOBACCO t
RAISINS AND FIGS I
NUTS OF ALL KINDS I
Lsmon Syrup and Freih Peach I
Toy i and Ptrfumtrfl
Ths Chsleest Wiaes aai Llaasri,
Lagsr Boar, and Old Cldar Tlacgarl
IL0UB AHD XEAX,
STOMBl WARS, SUGAR, BUTTM,
SODA CRACKERS. OHRBSl.
Bread, Piei, Cakea,
and tetanies or all kinds!
Iaa Craasa ones or twice woakl
I have alto
The lineet Quality Bifle Powder, ihot.
Cape, and Lead I
A csll Is solicitsd from all parsons wishing to
purchase any articls In my lins, sithsr at whole
sale or retail, aa I feel confident that I .an SU
orders st aa reasonable figures as sny houts In
thit upptr country.
vv JAMES M. BECMTT.
Whits Cloud, Juns 14, 1860-tf.
a . M - A M -k - a "
S.&J9S. 2 2 2,i.t?5-i:Z255S
dtl tm. rt
a j ""
r? vr . w e.2 3 srs
For sals by Shreve k Macy. White Cloud;
Root k Cook. Padonia; Zook ft Baldwin, For-ettcUy-J.E.Burbank,
Falla City; Leigh A
Ihieldt, Iowa Point; J. H. Wildy. H ghland;
Peter A Nsphlsr. Oregon; end by Def1'
.,, r 'dee. 15, S9-3m.
45 o m 3 a S a-
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3 -e as s
x eL2i3 m.
2 2.:5-"vr5 Lpi-sSSS4ns
THE aubscribeetyujtttt completed kktW
gle Machine, and ft bow nxaatfactariar
Cottonwood aad Walnut Skinglse, the beet that
can 'be had ia the martec.- uimnr maj
quantity filled on the ehortees stasiee, if set on
hand, at the ntost reasonable peieet).
IaUy be found at White Cloud, jnet below
Ptndg. a SSaMmm
a 2 n a a" S.S 3 5. a o C 'ft
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