HEL5D)6L1) Ifltjid ttii$&
Is a certain eure for diseases of thajj j
BLADDB?. KIDNEYS.GRAVEL. DROP
SY. ORGANIC WEAKNESS. W
COMPLAINTS. GENERAL DEBILITY,
And all disease! of the
.URINARY ORGANS, ,
whether ttunog m f '.J, iJ
v MALE OK tMALt,,
from whatever cause originating, and no ma
Ur of HOW-CONG "8TAND INO.
Diseases of these organs require the use of
a Wjtic.C - V1 C &
If no'lreitmeot is submitted to, Consumption
or Insanity may ensue. Oar Flesh and Blood
areYupportf from' these sources, ard the
HEALTH aid HAPPINESS,
. . .i -snd - l -
that of Posterity, depends upon prompt use of
a reliable remedy.
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU,
Established upwards of 18 years, prepared by
II. T. HELMBOLD,
594 Broadway, Neir York, and
104 South 10th Strret, Philadelphia, Pa.
ten. 91. 67-1 y.
THE KANSAS FARMER.
READER, you ought to take Thi Kansas
awxa.fiithejojiowins substantial reasons:
1st. It is a Good Paper, ably edited and
3d. It is a Cheap Paper,. one dollar per
3d. Itris4 "KANSAS PAPER,- adapted to
3ur soil and climate.
4&T It UrSTATE PAPER. Every stray
animal worth $10 or upwards, taken np in any
part of the State, is described and advertised
(n Tire Kansas Faskkk.
5th. It is a Coott Advertising iWcdinm
for all strays, blood stock, farming implements,
garden, and field seeds, hurdware, nurseries.
and. whatever the luds a sale among farmers,
"" 3Inrria?c and Celibacy.
AN ESSAY OF WARNING AND IN
STRUCTION' FOR "YOUNG MEN.
Also, Diseases and Abuses which prematurely
Prostrate the Vital Powers, with sure means of
relief. Sent Free of Charge, in sealed let
ter etvelopes. Address, Dr. J. SKILLIN
HOUGHTON, Howard Association, Philadel
phia, Pa. . Sept. 20, 1666-ly.
FOR NON-RETENTION oa INCONTI
NENCK of Uriue, irritation, inflammation or
ulceration of the bladder or kidneys, diseases
of the prostrate glands, stone in the bladder,
calculus, gravel or brick dust deposit, and all
diseases of the bladder, kidneys, and dropsical
rwellings, - -- -
Usr Hilmbold's Flcid Extact Bochc
OLINK PLOWS, for sale by
BUKKHALTEU k FOKNCROOK.
Jan. 17, 67.
In the District Court fur Doniphan County,
blatc of Kansas.
r Isaac Owen, 1 Plaintiff.
Wilson Merrell, ) Defendant.
"VTOTICE is hereby given, that I will? on
1M lhe 6th day of May, A. D. 1667, between
the hours of ten (10) o'clock, A. M., and four
(4) o'clock, P. M., of said day. at the Store
House owned and occupied by Wilson Merrell,
in Troy, Duuiphan County, State of Kansas,
offer fur sale, at public auction, for cash, the
following described stock in trade, to wit:
Hams,Shoulders, Bacon, Lard, Canned Fruit,
lOysters, Sardines, Fancy Candy, etc., etc.
Taken as the property of Wilson Merrell, anil
'offered for sale to the highest bidder, for Cash,
to satisfy a certain judgment and costs, now
of record, in the District Court for Doniphan
County, iu the State of Kansas, in which Isaac
Owens is plaintiff, and Wilson Merrell is de
fendant. Given under my band, this 22d day of April,
A. D. 1867. JOS. HAYTON.
Under and Acting Sheriff of Doniphan Co.
' ' Br Jos. F. Hinrsox, Deputy Sheriff.
April 25, ie67-2w. Tr's fee, $4 50.
State of Kansas,
Doniphan County, )
In the District Court for Doniphan County,
state oi tiansai.
John W. Boyd, "j Plaintiff.
- , John C.Hensley A
John C. Hawkings, .
TOTlCE is hereby given, that I will, oa the
IN 27th day of May. A. D. 1867, between
the hours ol ten (10; o'clock, A. M., and four
(4) o'clock, P. JI., of said day, at the Court
House door, in Troy, Doniphan County, 8tate
of Kansas, offer for mle, at public auction, for
cash, the lollowmg described real estate, to wit:
Lot 16, Block 39; Lot 4, Block 54; Lots 3 and
4. Block 56; Lot 12, Block 74; Lot 18, Block
79; Lot 1G, Block 85; Lot 5. Block 95; Lots 1
and2. Block 99; Lot 2. Block 10C: Lou 19
and 20, Block 109; Lots 23 and 24, Block 115;
Lotsl9, 20,21,22, Block 125; Lots 3 and 4,
Block 127; Lots 7 and 8, Block 128; Lou 3
and 4, Block 132; Lots 17, 18, 21, 22. Block
138; Lots 19 and 20, Block 143; Lou 17 and
18, Block 167; Lou 1 and fi. Block 174; Lots
3 and 4, Block 175; Lot 18, Block 182; Lot
15, Block-183; Lois 16 and 17, Block 185;
Lot 13, Block. 191 ; an Elwood, Donithan Coun
tyt Kansas. Taken at the property of John C.
Hensley and Jotn J. .Hawkings, and offered
for sale to the highest bidder, for cash, to sat
isfy a certain judgment and costs, now of re
cord, in the District Court for Duuiphan Coun
tv. iaUie State of Kansas, in which John W.
, Biyd is plaintiff, and John C. Hensley and
'John C. Hawkings are defendants.
- Given under my baud, this 15th dav of April,
jli.ioui .ug. uAiiun,
, Under and Acting Sheriff of Doniphn Co.
Br S. Baow.itu., Deputy Sheriff.
Aprili2p,3l667-5,i u Pr's fee. $13.
-t J .--- SherUTsj Sale.
Stile' of Kansas, gs
Doniphan Coun-y, J "
I In iha District Court for Doniphan County,
" - " ""State of Kansas.
The. Pr Booth, . 1. Plaintiff.,
'. " - va.
JJugh D. Loutheo,
v,- Allen McNew.
,,ao -ThosThoroughman, I Defendant!.
- , John C. Ryan,
,-rtVJOTICE is hereby given, that I will, on
J.-Y. tho 27ih day or May, A. D. 1867, between
' the hours often (10) o'clock. A. M., and four
(4) o'clock, P.M.. of said day, at the Court
Hcos;docrf,in the city-of -Troy, Doniphan
Cofinty, Slate of Kansas, offer for sale, at pub-
"lfc auction', for cash, the following drserihed
Teat estate,, to wit: The south-east quarter of
section number thirty-two, (32) in township
, numDer three, (3; or range number nineteen,
( 19) in Doniphan County, Kansas. Taken as
Jbe property of Hugh D. Loulhen e al and
ffered for sale' to the hiehest bidder, for cash.
to satisfy a certain judgment and costs, now of
rrcuru, ,a jne Djrtrict court lor Uoniphan
County, in the Sute of K,n,ii. In which
-'.,Tos.i.,3iothsplaratUr, and Hath D. Lou-'
V15,n,5t U a,e eferidante.
,8 t-Olten under my hand, thls25ih day of, Afril.
.1 ; ' ,- JQS.HAYTOW..
"""" "" ' icungiSherifror Donlj
- sr' ..IBjS- Baosratxu Desnti
Ptus l867-5w. yPiVfee
.(he Uile 'loith bf White ddod, Kansas.
THAT'S thi place to get tie best sad-cheapest
Grape Vine ever offered in Kansas.
- Concord JXo. 1. atraa . vines, oer dozen.
43.50; per 100, $20; per 1,000, $160.
uaruora rroiinc, per dozen, 90; per nun
dreL$40.. lFr 5, 1 m send by mail, safely packed,
12 Concords and 2 Hartfonls, postage pre paid
by merr Printed rinstrections -preparatory to
planting on' different soils, ic.t will accompany
each packaged "
The above vines I guarantee trde to name.
Pleas scad -your orders, .acoofflpanled kith
cash-, early I Bysodoingflcairiend the Vices
at the most proper time for planting. Please
give your addretIn full, that no mlsukes may
occur-1 Addres, .. J. R. PIERCE,
White Cloud, Doniphan Co., Kansas.
March 23, 1867-tf.
NOTICE is hereby giren, that'bn
TUESDAY. MAY 21st, 1667,
an election will be held at the several voting
P'eciucu of Doniolian CiuutT. Kanas, on the
question of the permanent location of the Coun
tv Seat of said Cuuntv: said election to be held
and conducted according V the provisions ot
an-act -entitled "An Act providing Tor the Ke
moval of Cuuntv Seats, and the Prrmanent Lo
cation al the same," Approved March 2, 1663.
By'orier of the Board of County Commis
sioners of said County, on thi April 4, 1667.
. CHARLES RAIPELYR, .
April 11. 1867-Cwf County Clerk.
FRUIT AUD ORNAMENTAL TREES,
- - PIE PLANT, c for sale.
Persons wishing to purchase, are invited to
call at the Nursery and stfe-for themselves.
I believe my trees and planU are good, and
well adapted to the prairies. Certainly much
care has been taken to attain that result.
April 18, 1867-tf. E. SNYDER.
SILVER MAPLES, $10 per thousand.
Lawton Blackberries, $6 per hundred.
Sweet Potato, Cabbage, and Tomato Plants,
in varietv. and by the quantitr, at the
April 18- PRAIRIE JNURSE.1Y.
For First-Class Insurance,
Go to the Resident Agent of the
PHCENIX INSURANCE COMPANY,
C. F. JENNINGS,
Feb. 14, 67. White Cloud, Kansas.
State of Kansas, )
Doniphan County. )
In- the District Court for Doniphan County,
State of Kansas.
John Wagmiller, ") Plaintiff.
Dr. Wm. H. Brown
& Manila Brown
NOTICE is herehv given, that I will, on
the 20th day of Miy, A. D. 1867, between
the hours of ten (10) o'clock, A. M., and four
(4) o'clock, P. M., of said day, at the door of
the Court House, in I roy, Doniphan County,
State of Kansas, offer for sale, at public auc
tion, for cash, the following descrined real es
tate, to wit. LoU number nine (9) and ten,
(10) in Block number three, (3) in EastTroj,
in Duuiphan County, Kansas. Taken as the
property of Dr. Win. H. Biown and MarilU
Brown, and offered for sale to the highest bid
der, for cash, to satisfy a certain judgment
and costs now of record, in the District Court
for Doniphan County, in the State of Kansas,
in which John Wagmiller is plaintiff, and Dr.
Wm. 11. Brown and Mirilla Brown arc defeu
dauU. Given under my hand, this 15th day of April,
A. D. 1867 JOS. HAYTON.
Under and Acting Sheriff of Doniphan Co.
By S. BaowNEiL, Deputy Sheriff.
April 18, 1867-5w. . Pr's fee, $9.
The State of Kansas,
Doniphan County. I
In the District Court for Doniphan County,
Koch, Chew k Co., ) Plaintiffs.
Davis k Wicker. ) Defendants.
"VIOTICE is hereby given, that I will, on
IN the 13th day of May, A.D.I 867, between
the hours often (IU) o clock, A. AI.,and Tour
(4) o'clock, P. M.. of said day, at the Court
House door, in Troy, Doniphan County, State
orKansas, offer for sale, at public auction, for
cash, the following desrribed property, to wit:
The north end of Lots one (I) and two, (2) in
Block eleven, (11) in the town of Troy, de
scribed as follows, to wit: Commencing at the
north east corner of Lot one, fl) in said Block,
and running thence west ninety (90) feet,
thence south twenty-five (25) feet, thence east
ninety (90) feet, thence noith twenty-five (25)
feet, "to the place of beginning, together with
the Store House thereon, known as the Davis
& Wicker Store House. Taken as the prop
erty of Davis & Wicker, and offered for sale
t3 the highest bidder, for cash, to satisfy a cer
tain judgment and cots now of record, in the
District Court for Doniphan Countv. in the
Sute of Kansas, in which Koch, Chew k C.
are plaintiffs, and Davia k Wicker, and E. J.
Jenkins and Isaac lallman, are defeudanU.
Given under my hand, this 9ih day of April,
A. V. IBb7. JUS HAYTUN.
Under and Acting Sheriff of Doniphan Co.
By Jos. F. Haxrioff, Deputy Sheriff.
April 1 1 , I867-5w. Pr's fee, $12.
1 N ronsequenco ot the continued 111 health
X of Joht, II. Utt, we hare sold onr entire
stock of goods to Messrs. Utt, Springer k Al
lison, who will continue business at our old
stand. Wc return thanks to our numerous
friends for their liberal patronage toward ns
while In business, and hope that they will re-
ciprocite the favors shown them, by coming
Iinvani UDmeuiaicij nun ecuiiug; wimi us uj
dt or oiameisr. UTT'BROTHERS.
r White Olond, Kinsas, April 4, 1867.
POSTER & COOK,
DEALERS in Pianos. Organs. Melodeons,
Violin. Guitars. Flutes, Sheet Music,
Music Books, Strings for Violins and Guitars,
and Musical Merchandise generally.
Chickering's, Steinway'a, and other Pianos
Pi.nn, from Tflll in 1 fWW
The new and popular Music of the day.
Dealers and Teachers supplied at lowest terms.
Discount on Organ) and "Melodeons to Min
isters, Churches and Mis-ions. -'
Pianos, Organs, Melodeons and Accordeons
repaired." Old Instruments taken in exchange.
Music sent by mail, postage free, on receipt
or retail pnee.
Organsand Melodeons from $63 to 650.
Circulars and Price Lists aent on application
T. J. Cook, author of various "Musical works,
will conduct Conventions in any part of the
West. Tbotc Interested will please send for
a Cireularr Mr. Coot will also make engage
ments to play at Concerts.
Address FOSTER COOK,
67 Massachusetts Street,
Feb. 14, 1867-tf. (Lawrence, Kansas.
GRAIN AND FLOUR.
I WILL pay the highest market price, in
Cash, for all kinds of Grain, delivered in
White Cloud. ...
1 !... nn h.nj rui Urrelot oroBoiee
Fall and Spring Wheat Floor, ' f, y .
1 have put up one of Fairbanks, large Scales,
for weighing slock, grain, hay,,etc. Thla will
ills liftinir wfrt fianAlinw m TUflw AH
grain Bold to me. will be wetEhJd'e, of
sain. ttz:. - -y, -j.-nyjiyyiw'
i " fQRrt .il
BitVfc Allf Sail 1M st,
To Chicago, Setnit, Toledo, St. Levi,
Lsiayette, Cincinnati, IndUnapo-
lii, Cincinnati, Loaitville,
Coluahiif, Wheeling, Pittsburg, Bif-
fklO, Hiagara Falls, Harrisburg,
Philadelphia, Hew York, Boston, See.,
IS VIA TUB
tt.rBei.a.IeCeitraI teste, the
HIIHIBU iND ST. JOSEPH
let. It- LXISTE-
IL7 Take the H. k St. Jo. R. R line of Mi
souri River Packets from White Cloud to St'.
Joseph, where connections are made with
TWO DAILY EXPHESSTBAnS
on the Han. & St. Jo. R. R.. which rnn through
from St. Joseph to Quincy without change of
CONNECTING AT QUINCY
with Chicago, Burlington k Qaincy. and Tole
do, Wabash k Westerx Railroads, for all points
East, N trill and South.
FOR ST. LOUIS.
CIo'o, connections made at Macon with North
Missouri R. R , for St. Louis, and at Hannibal
with Daily Mississippi River Packet, meal
and state-rooms, free, leaving every evening
on arrival of trains from the west, and arriving
in St. Louis scxt morning, In season for busi
ness, and to connect with tb3 Chicigo, Alton
k St. Louis, Trre Haute, Alton k St. Louis,
and Ohio k Missississbpi Railroads, for all
points East, North and South.
Xcw Sleeping Cars Run on NishtTrains.
Buv your Through Tickets tin Han. k St.
Jo. R. R , at their ticket offices in Omaha,
Council" Bluffs, Plattsmouth, Nebraska City.
St. Joseph, and on aacb Packet in the line,
and enjoy the consciousness of hiving taken
the short, cheap and quiet route East.
P. B. GROAT,
General Ticket Agent.
H. H. COURTRIGHT,
General Freight Agent.
C. W. MEAD,
March 28. G7. General Superintendent.
J. S. Srsl.lGEK. D- W. ALUSOH
UTT, SPRINGER & ALLISOH
HAVE enlarged their business, and remov
ed to Jennings' Store Room, next door
to their old stand, where they hare opened
out, in addition to their large stock of
HP I- O TT :el ,
CamOIcs, Hal. Canaed sVraits, Sec,
a fine and well-selected assortment of
SEN AND BOYS' .CLOTHING,
IIATS & CAP3, BOOTS k. SHOES,
Also, a large supply of
and every other description of
Our House is old, well kniwn, and firmly
established; and our old customers, and the
public generally, cm rely upon receiving the
same attention a heretofore.
UTT. SPRINGER k ALLISON.
White Cloud, Dec. 6, 1866.
WHITE CLOUS, KANSAS.
J. C. PIERCE, Proprietor. .
THE Proprietor has fitted up his Stable
in the best style, and added largely to
his stock of Horses, Buggies, etc , making it
one of the most complete Livery Stables in the
State. He is now prepared to acrommo
date the public, at all times, with Saddle Hor
ses. Buggies, light Wagons, or anythirg in
Travellers, business men, or families con
veyed from the River to any point, at short
Horses fed, and takes care of in the very
best manner. The Stable is secure and com
fortable, and the best quality of feed always
kept, with caieful and attentive hollers.
Chaigts as reasonable as the times will ad
mit. Nov. 1G, 18G5-U.
COL. r. M. KEITH.
cirr. w. 11. ciaas:
KEITH & CLARK,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Real Estate .A-g-eiits,
WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS,
WILL make Collections in this and adjoin
Capt. Clark will also attend promptly to col
lecting Soldiers Claims for back pay and
Bcunty. oct. 18, G6-tf.
T. C. SI1REVE, M. D.,
Practicing Physician nnd Surgeon,
HAS on hand, and is now re
ceiving at his Store, in White
Cloud, the best assortment of staple
Medicines and Chemicals. Patent
Mediciries,PafiUs, Oils, DyeStuSs, Family
Dyes, Coal Oil, Coal Oil Lamps. Glass, Glass
ware. Stationerv. Perfumery. Toilet articles,
kc, &c, ever offered in this market, all of
which are selling at fair rates, lor Cash only.
April 20. 1865.
THE undersigned has opened, in-the house
reeently.occupied by by Utt k Springer,
a general assortment of
MEDICINES, ' 'ofe.
, r. - PAINTS.
J - OILS.
Also". PERFUMERIES, TOILET 80APS,
and everything that is usually kept in a house
ol the kind. .& runoLci.
White Cloud, Nor. 39, 1866.
DR. E. G. PUGSLEY, ,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON,
ZZ WHITE CLOUTVKANSAS,
OFFERS his profesrfonal services to the
ciiixens, and surrounding country.
Office at his Drug Store, in Utt k Springer's
eld stand. Re?idenee,upst?irs,eamebailding.
AM. ARTISTS' UNION.
RELIABLE and energetic persons, male or
female"1 are wanted to solicit subscriptions
for our elegant Steel Plate Engravings, and to
such we.esTer aery liberal cash Inducements;
atsosskaiislsremiamt to subscribers". Circu
lars' suitable tote used in canvassiegj together
witVall necessary papers, will be furnished on
application- " S f t
Address, wjth reference,
AMERICAN ABTISTS UNIOK.f
25 rine Street; Hew Yerk.
Deo. 37, -. " -; f iff?-
One Jttorc Saw MUM
THE nnderaipied rrspectrullT announce that
UJ?UJ sMM0(t Tw Will 1 tVLIs
Jb ius7j -" a tuiii a. nit,;
Cloudrand'are now ready to furnish all kinds
Ot i,Umoer rcqaircu uj arcuuimouaie uie puOttc.
A stock or PENCING. SIDING, FLOOR
ING, ic, kept on hand, and bills promptly
sawed to order.
OurprietM are lie barest nutrtrt rale. We
tcill net bt undersold.
Call at the Upper Mill, near the Ferry Lan
ding. W. D. BEELER k SONS.
White tJloua, April ti, icoi.
J. F. M. S. MATTCK
E would respectfully announce to the
'- twblic. that e enter Into the Lumber
trade or lob in iuii lorce ana complete trim.
A Urge and well selected stock of
Fencing, Siding, Flooring, Sheeting,
JOISTS, SCANTLING, kC,
always on hand; and any kind of lumber not
kept 'in nana, prompiij ncu u, oracr.
We guarantee our Lumber to bo as smooth,
and a straight and correctly sawed, as any
produced In theconntry.
We will now sell the best at $1.75 per hun
dred feet, and wiH continue to reduce the
price as last as lue una win insuiv.
,J.. F. M. S. MAUCK.
White Wood, March 14, 1867-tf.
The Place Yon are Looking for!
THE Proprietors or the LOWER 3AW
HILL, in White Clond, take pleasure In
announcing to the public that they have plseed
their Mill in complete repair, with the best
machinery, for the season of 18G7, and that
they will resume operations at once, and con
tinue until the elose of the season. Their men
are all practical and experienced workmen,
who understand the wants of the pnblic, and
will spare no, efforts to meet those wants.
Building, Fencing, and every other description
of Lumber, will always be kept on hand, or
promptly saweu 10 order, and disposed 01 at
the lowest market rates. Our Mill is noted
or turning out the smoothest Lumber of any
saw-mill in this country,
TAYLOR k ORTONS.
White Cloud, Feb. 28, 1867
I TAKE pleasure in announcing to the pub
lic, that I am now better than ever prepared
to manufacture to order every style and descrip
tion of Boots and Shoes coarse or fine, peg
ged or sewed in the neatest and most sub
A variety of Eastern work constantly en
hand, for the accommodation of those who pre
fer it - t
Making and repairing done to order; and the
best article of ready-made work on baud at all
times. Shop near the. Chief Office.
White Cloud, April 19. 1866.
Are now receiving, and will keep constantly
on band, a choice selection of
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
CONFECTIONERY, &c, Ac,
Which they will sell for CASH or PRODUCE,
at as low rates as can be found In the city.
Call and sec for yourselves, at their old stand.
Corner or Slain and Levee.
WHITE CLOUD. "
April If, 1867.
A. & L. THACKER,
Proprietors of the
CITI FLOURING ILL,
Have lately furnished it with the most
Tnlu:ilc Modern Improvement,
which mates it a FIRST-CLASS MILL in
all respects. The grinding will be done in a
under the supervision of one of the proprietors,
who is a Practical Miller.
CUSTOM GRINDING will be done at all
time, except on Mor.diy of each week, 'and
the Flour irarranted, if the wheat is good.
We will exchange Flour for Wheat, if cus
tomers hate not time to wait for their grind
ing; or we will buy their Wheat, ard sell them
Flour. We will piy the " 1
Highest Market Price in Cash
for Wheat; or we will store the farmer's
Wheat, and let him draw out Flour as he wants
it. Farmers will find inducements offered at
these Mills that they will find at no other.
O Connected with the Mills also is a stable,
which can be used by the farmer or other
customer for h's horses while he is wailing
for bis grist, either for a short time or, over
the night, free of charge. .Q
A. k L. THACKER.
White Cloud, October 11, 1666.
p Tin and Japanned Ware,
All of which can be bad at
J. J. MORRIS',
IN WHITE CLOUD.
may 31, 66-ly.
BUSiM OF LUHGWORT.
The great remedy fer Congas, Colds.'Sore
Throat. Hoarseness, Spitting of Blood, Sore
r ess of tho -
CHEST AND LUNGS,
This old tried medicine stands higher in re
putation than all others; Its effects are prompt
and certain, and it has cored more bad cases
than all other medicines pot together. Don't
fail to give it a trial, and be coavhieed; as de
lays are dangerous.
Price, Oaa Dollar a bottle.- ,-.,,
' COLLINS-SOTS, -
sflKCa C3MB3 dMssst MiUL
; to sr. oLtoxjis,
And AU Points EtilfC'
VIA. ST. LOUISV
CONNECTS with the Hannibal St. Jo.
J R. R. at Macon City, 136 mile's' East of
01. josepn, ana forms the (
OX1.Y AM, KAUJB0As kovte
From Atchison anii-jSt. Joseph toSt Loois,
Making direct and reliable connections with
Famous Express Trains, , ,
Leaving St. Louis at 2 o'clock In the afternoon,
running through to all Eastern citiea without
a moment's delay. Pasaengera going to
Philadelphia, Nsw York. Baltimore, Waih-
isgton, Pittsburg, Buffalo, Cleve
land, and all Heir England "
Towns and Cities, f
--. .- j
Via. tho akore line, have lcsschanges l Cars
Make Quicker ime.( ,
Than by any other route. Paastogejra gohag to
points in Central and Southern Ohio, Central
an 1 Southern Iudiana, Southern Illinois, and
all points iu Kentucky, make'sevaral hours'
quicker time than can 'be made via. any other
Through tickets can be purchased at all
Railroad Ticket Offices in the Wett.
BE IT UNDERSTOOD, THAT THE
FARC to ALL POINTS EAST is the SAME
via.-the NORTH .MISSOURI-JtAlLROAD
and ST. LOUIS as by war of Chicago or any
other route '-GO VIA.ST LOUIS ROUTE.
e .ISAAC II. STURGEON, "
Pres't and Gen'l Sup't, St. Louie, Mo.
II. II. WHEELER, -Qcn'l
Ticket Agent, St. Louis, Mo.
W. W. EHNINGER.
Gen'l Freight Agent. St. Louis, Mo.
. P. II, EARLEY.
Agent. St. Joseph-, Mo.
L. M. DUNN,
General Western Agent, St. Joseph, Mo.
Jan. 24, 1867.
D-TO THE LADIES. J3
GEORGE H. REED & CCVS
PATENTED OCT. 17, 1865.
C7-WILL. NOT FREEZE.3
ri'AHE constant demand we have bad- for
-L LIQUID DYES has induced ns to put
up 4 complete line of
40 Shades, all Liquids,
which will recommend themselves to everyone
who has evernsed Liquid Dyes, for their
Brilliancy of 'Color,
Simplicity of Use,
Certainly of Satisfaction,
Economy of Time, audi V
Freedom from all Dut or Dirt.
THE MORDANT AND DYE IS COMBIN
ED IN ONE PREPARATION.
The only Dyes of the kind ever invented for
Silk, Woollen and Feathers, that will give a
perfect color. . -
Full directions for use, and Certi&cates from
eminent Chemists, with each package.
Samples actually dyed with each of the col
ors on silk and woollen, may be seen, and the
Dyes obtained, at all stores." Price. 25 cents.
IT If you desire to obtain SATISFACTO
RY COLORS, in the shortest time, with the
leiU trouble, inquire. for KKEU'S LIQUID
DVES", and take'no'oiher kind. " ' "J
GEO. II. REED CO... Manufacturers,
563, 570 572 Commercial St., Boston.
For sale by all Druggists. Trade supplied
at Manufacturers' prices, bv Marra- Bao. k
Co , 6 and 8 North Second Street, St. Louis.
NEW YORK & PHILADELPHIA
. Ornamental Iron Works.
rpHE subscribers having formed a connec--L
tion with Messrs. Wood J: PxaoT, of Phil
adelphia, under the above title, are prepared
to furnish every description of
OBVAMENTAL LBON WOEK, r
Cnst, Wrought and Wire Railings,
FOa ENCLOSIirO r
CEMETERY LOTS. DWELLINGS.
PUBLIC SQUARES, &c.
Verandaha, Circular Straight Stairs,
DOORS, WINDOW GUARDS,
Stable Fixtures, Fountains, Vases, 4c.
Also, having purchased of tho late firm of
Hutchinson k Wickersham, Canal Street, their
entire stock of
BEDSTEADS," CKADLKS, FOItNiTUUB, &c.,
they now offer to tho public, at their New
Warehouse, v - .
THE MOST EXTENSIVE STOCK.OF
OnXAMCVTIAI. IRO.lf GOODS
to be found in "the United States. 'Tfccynhave
alo purchased" of the NEW YORK WIRE
RAILING CO., the paUnt right and machine
ry for making
Wire Hailing, Farm. Fence, Window Guards,
GRATING, COAL SCREENS, .c,
and will continue the Exclusive Manufacture
of the same at their Works.
CHASE k CO.,
lOpposie St. JVieasfas Hotel,)
524 "BaoiDWAT, Nw Yoax.
Orders may be sent through the Abiucab
AovKTismo Annex 369 Broadway, New
York. Sept. 8. 1864.
FOR PAINTING ALL
WOOLT AND METT-LS
Exposed to the Weather.
IT baa been used for general purposes, in
place of the best Oil mixed paints, forty It
years. It eo-fi but naif at auuk,, and we eaar
antee it to be the irsr Pjbkvativw Palwr In
thenrotld. - - -
Jt-is particularly adapUd-for" coating Iron
Fence and Brick Walls "erpoaed to the
North-East storm. , - , , w ,1,
' EVERY FARMER1 who nas Wioost,
T- W... Sw- .. mimm fww nt,n.
ails worth preserving, can add fifty per cent, to
their wear, by keeping them' protected with a
IT IS ALWAYS HEADY FOR USE.
It is used by nearly alt the principal Rail
IlUalt wmjuif vu wan , an wm ..
Rodrs or Cans, LooajroTivaTiaDims, Csimi,
UTi, Tiim. hi.' j
r--.i (-k.aA mw, 1'iawie "i ta ana n nrm
" " -, w.
"It is the most durable ratal ior mnai aoif
other koois. '
t Will render Leaky Heois Water tight-. t
The ,Blact .IHaMMd. ..Jarilsk,
c FOR MAtACfURERSrbr
AgricTfltural lmpleAmt:"1igJ .
on, nrBcew, iw,BWMi
PfrW i3 Boilera,
r And for all purposes where a ojnex mmo,
. H ..m. .. mmimIi thi. I. Mfltl tA
the bestis more durable, and costs nu o.tr
ouas-rsa as hocr.- .
TO GENERAL MERCBANT3. -Our
FaTnt and Varnish are aolcT by the larg
. JtmmlMmm 7n Tt,- rklf. TWW JUT. . 1,1 Mlf
ly all the principal citleaand toww;lner nnd
rdr sale evervwheVe. Send for drcseTars
and prices, to , -, J? v,
lbs Joans &Uiaaej,a$mwra to.,
w'Ho 7ffWilliaa-8treet, new orw.
n-Am. r. t.rM :i&mtA wtv hfl'afkt
I Heroagh Asterieam AUrartWar iAwwajv'IW
1 BeoaewayNew Yevt.r..- Nor., 18f
u L'i'i fii iyj jg
tyo'oo- an mmi
ill positively cure SCROFULA, ERYSIP
ELAS, DYSPEPSIA, INDIGESTION,
HEART-BURN, or any HUMOR in the
BLOOD or STOMACH, and for PURIFYING
the SYSTEM, and ERADICATING all
TRACES of DISEASE,' this remedy hat no
tqqal.'and for BUILDING up the SYSTEM,
and giving new STRENGTH and VIGOR.
Its.unparalleled success tinea its introduction,
and the wonderful cures it has and Is daily per
forming, are its best guarantee, and wa earn
estly desire that every sufferer shall giro it a
trial. Sold by all Druggist. Price, one dollar
St. Louis, Mo Proprietors.
wm easfw a xxtar r i mau mmmux.
in a few applications. It also cures Prairie
Scratches, Chilblains, Ulcers, and all Eruptions
of the Skin, where'other remedies have been
tried in vain; cures speedily and thoroughly.
Price, 50 cents a box. Sold bv -all Draccists.
By sending 60 cents in a letter, to -COLLINS
BROTHERS, 3. W. cor. 2d k Vine ,Sta St.
Louis, Mo., it will be sent by mail, free of
postage. may 3, 66-ly.
bells Amalgam Bells,
Fer Chnreket, Sehoe-lt, PUntatUnt,
Farmt,FctBri et, etc.
The Original .and Best Cheap Bell
Their use throughout the United
States, Cauada, Mexico and South
America, for the past ten years, has
proven them to combine most valua
ble qualities, among which are tosi,
so.toiousKEss, and nuaaiiUTr of vi
BaaTiot. litt of BtUt atrays on hand, with
particulars at to Weight, Site,
Price of Bell Hanginot, tgt.
35 00,235 00
40 00 2U0 00
31)0 00:45 00 345 00
55 00 455 "00
60 00 510 00
65 00 565 00
Larger Sizes Made to Order, at
85 cents per i-onna.
All bells sold at the above prices,
WARRANTED against breakage by
fair ringing, for TWELVE MONTHS
from time of purchasing. Should one
fail, a new one will be given, by re
turning the broken one.
In ease a Bell breaks after the ex
piration of the Warrantee, I allow
Halt Prick for the old metal.
BaoszE Bells always on hand if
parties prefer, and at lower prices
than can be found elsewhere.
Tows and Chuxcu Clocks supplied
on the most reasonable terms.
Send for a circular to the manufac
turer. JOHN B. ROBINSON,
38 Dey Street, New York.
June 7, 66.
LOOK HERE, EVERYBODY !
THE subscriber his purchased the Black
smith Shoo of Philip Shuck, in White
Cloud, where be is now prepared to execute
all work in his line, with promptness and de
spatch, in the best style. Persona having any
description of iron work to be done, art solicit
ed to call, and satisfaction will be guaranteed.
Special attention giren.to Horse-snoeing.
WM. VAN BUSKIRK.
White Cloud, Feb. 14, 1867-tf.
C. J. IKOLtHiaT.
m't. a. oarrH.
ENGLEHART & GARTH,
- WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
And A&Kinds of Straw Goods.
SOUTH OF PACIFIC BOUSE,
ST. JOSEPH, MO.
DOWN WITH HORSE THIEVES!
" BY INSURING IN THE
OF LAWRENCE, KANSAS.
- A tfOME INSTITUTION,
WHICH it chartered by the Legislature
of lh State of Kansas, with a gnaran
...j -..:..! r aianflAD. Prranni inasrine
in this Company, will be careful to have their
aatmaithrevoranaea,wncB uwuimu kiu" .
SUchneighoorboodwillbe fornishe with el
tber an Agent or a suitable person to re brand.
- . 1 J.-Oi P1RRCE
alexXndek c tavtsr
AS opened a new
Blacksmith inr estab-
o Oi Itshmi
Iiahment on the Levee, at
the faat of Vain Street. White CToad. Where
he it prepared to do all klads of Black
smithing, Wagon Ironing, Horse tndjfule
ahoeiae, etc.? el,ifelrtn Machinery or all
kiaas, at well aalt can be done at the Maehine
Bhopa fit has had a long experieace at" the
h.iafw.'sal warraata hit work to be trtastid
by no btherSaop io.the country: BriBg afeag
aav kind of work ia my tine, ana it, wm e
. TrtJtttXliatiiliJtliTT twtVwiiv.
SAX.T t0 AI.T
I 'ITCH 1
ARE YOU Ii AOOSf
CAN BE FOUND IN
Be ef Coo Caeerl Thw f taking saaf"
BY THE USE OF
The history of these gt tat Ktaatditeia tfit
most wonderful medical revelation that tat
world has ever known. It stablishsa thw alK
important fact that waxaivu, Und in' wlraT
kvck uurK internal disease exists, the disin
fecting, searching and healing propertiea el the
Pills are fully equal to its subjection ana ear,'
and that, with the Ointment, they art
The Great Ambassadors of. HMltts'tt att'
This Is not a history written bene aai, ttr
even derived from the experieacet of oat na
tion. It consists of a compilation of testiae
nials from the sick of every country an Mlav
peachable record, the lika of which baa aertt
been adduced In favor of any discovery tr la
ventlon since time began. " --, -
These Mighty Healers, World Known ait
World Triedare a Booi to the Sick.
The want of a sterling medicinal to meet ska
ills and necessities of the suffering portion of
humanity, and one entirely free from mjatral
and other deleterious partlc'es, was severely
felt till this all powerful medicine waa uhrtd
into the world; Hotxowav'a T-valdabuc Pills
have become the household kxukbv of 'all na
tions. Their attribute Is to rarvrrr as wall aa
to coax; thay attack the aaoix oa aboTof the
complaint, and thus, by removing the hiddsa
cause of disease, re-invigorate and'reetbrt the
drooping energies of the system, assisting na
ture Jn her task of vital and rtnenonAairaji
' Dfa.rdrsofthf7Stbiiati " r
Are the. searcee of the deadliest saalaalat
Their effect it to vitiate all the fluids of tlf e
body, and to send a poisoned stream thrtagk
all the channels of circulation. .Now, what It
the operation of the Pills T They cltanat the
bowels, regulate the liver, bring, the relaxed et
irritated stomach into a natural condition, aal,
acting through the secretive organs Crow Tjta
slooditsxlt, change "the stata of the system
from sickness to health, byexerdsiag a tiaal
taneous and wholesome effect upon' all IU parte
Woman, in all her Difficulties,
Is invited to test the regulating and restart.
tire powers of this harmless but effective pre
paration. At the two epochs of life In whitk
the female system undergoes the mot latpor
tant and critical changes, the Pills wttlprovea
positive safeguard against evil conserpiennS.
They are also confidently recommended aa a
specific in every disorder to which fsstwlst are
exclusively subject. "
Be it Understood)
That the above ttatemenU can at. all ttmtV
be verified by the written testimony (txteadtt()
through a quarter of a century) of Una of flat
sands of unimpeachable witnesses.
Bilious Maladies, &c &r.
In whatever form disease attacks IhtUvteV
it is repelled and exterminated by la&Tt tartK-
Jog, paiclest, and irresistible curative. Bilioas
remittents, bilious purging, and all the ordina
ry disorders of the organ, Indicated by psist hi'
the right tide and between the shoulders, jtl
lownest of the white of the eyes, weakness asia
debility, ke., are relieved andfreabvA by taw
remedy, with a celerity wnicS' aMbnMhM lift
s offerers and theft-friends. Let'the eTcaf, w'hom'
the faculty have abandoned,- resort with tent?'
denee to this powerful anti-biliout agent, tMtt
a restoration to health and. activity will ft she
Dyspepsia, Diarrhea, Weakness? &
The terrible bodily and mental pang whltV
characterize Dyspepsia', are at once raltigatM'
by the Pills. Diarrncta, constipation, htatf
ache, physical prostration, nerVooa fereatort,'
hot flushes, spasms, affectloea' of the Idsmeyt",
hemorrhoids or piles, and, 'In facf, altinstrnaV
complaints, from whaterer cause arising,' gif 4'
way before the saratarflnfluence of tois extra
ordinary remedy. As a specific for dysjiepsliV
and the disorders connected witfi It, of grow,
logout of H, the Pills are always to" be relietT
on, when every other medfefne and meWpf
treatment has utterly failed.
Bollowaw. Pills are tat htat'Xamtiy jaMk
In tit World ttt the felltirlxjWMsssft
Lownest of Spirits,-,
Stone and Oravtl
Fever and Ague,
"CtltiblF - t
If the reader of tbi "notictf cannot gwf .
box of Pill or Ointment from the drag store Ia
bk place, let him write to me, tiielotitf ,sh
amocnt,aad I will mail box &ee of titii
Many dealers will set keep my mtoteiatt'ea
hand, because they cannot' maht at maetJ jts
fit as 00 other persona' make. ',"'
None are geaoine anleat thw vtrds)" JMb
teay, Ncut York and LcmdoW,' mn ditcisitllilt
aa a Woter-marka erer leaf of wJe,hek,ef
diiectioat arosad eachrhoX; the tame may be
plainly tees by leftism ti. loaf to ike lijkt, A
bacdsoaMrreward will he given-1 aaytmaiw.
deringtaeh iafermatfea aa mar lead t th
detection ofaay party or partfta emnerrait
the aedieetrer Teadiac the jhm, kaewiaf
them to b tparioae.
' Sold at the maaafaetety- of ftutimtf
HOLLOWAT. WMaWea Laae, Ifttr tVk.
and by all rtspeetaMe Dramjfiatr.aad Dealer'
ialktewWaiM thswagint aWiUtalisftwflW M
thtresrtliMdwetM. . ' ,
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