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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 4 June 1857

oi(t. 1ottrir. .THE PAWPAW. ' B T WILUAW W. F06DICK. katk beniaa, Md Afric hath imIsj. , . iS And Europe the iimwh- kew; , f ae ef the Vatfc iuk tbeir fereete of kalaa , I Wfew lilarjV hrffllaaa ruins--- -J -I 1$ kriToo. 3V(in5, aaeihe pise es Um ereet .Of dja rooaauis, ? iTmpsthie, draw; . I Bat fK Bora I ieee ie, tkoe plant af Um Wert, My eatire, ay keck wood Pmwpnrl WSete the woe4beM darkest ee dark ia its shade, That Ik POO lb reef of the trees. , C al; pMp thmgh bn i pitiB( ( nd ' Lithe thatch, ky tfaehaaetorths Weese; la Kentackyt deep wseaa. wbeee ay hurl kas iu boose. Where tbe fUib.nj.ered hnatex ui )u Ofesd wen eQwwal'hmxh the beset to mum, ; There paw the freea, peluhed Pawpaw. Jlroad, bread an iu leaves, aad at ma ai Um an; ' Aad iu nlgiiwi ere checelate Mb, , HVktf booraio, iruiee, ts th kan of the bee, Like Um raw ef lha eoesa ia rhrlli.. : ArU erwe a a wirM-riia tremfofmad to a fmrre, i Are tfa rites tkat ha riches enfold j A beert sfbririit jrcllow; bis seeds Istertp...

Publication Title: White Cloud Kansas Chief
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 4 June 1857

"r," i !T nct . mm " I" " i 1 t ! 'II ' 4 ii f f . !5'. ' 1 1 i i She' emsatvCn SOL, MI LLEIt7 EDITOR. WHITE CIOTTD, ZA3TSAS: Yxkiniift : j : : : : Jate I, 1S57. To the Peopla of S&au, Greeting. We have the pleasure, this week, of pre wpting our readers with the first number of the " Chief." Its publication has been delayed month longer than we anticipa ted, from various cause, each sufficiently relations ia itself, but orcr which we had no control. However, we trust none of oar patrons will be losers by it, as we hope to make the paper folly as useful to them, as if it had been commenced at an earlier day. We do not doe, it nocessary to say much in regard to the coarse we intend to pursue, preferring to let the paper speak for itself. In regard to the great pollti- I ! el question upon which tbe people of this ' a Territory are divided, we have a decided V VtlWfffwn f An iM ln f in tnnA(in osr piper, we shall endeavor to steer clear of politics altogether at least until peace a...

Publication Title: White Cloud Kansas Chief
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 4 June 1857

- it f !' 1 A t v h 6 fft. Comspon&tttct. ' (For the Kansas Chief.) Ouoor, Mo May 21, 1857. Mr. Editor: Oregon, being the parent stem from whence (prang the shoot that is now under tli same of White Cloud, so rapidly surpassing tb ephemeral plants that Jxist so numerously long the rirer, mar veil claim a portion of your - time and space. Perhaps, thongh.like one broth er Jonathan, who, after gaining his independ ence, looked across the briny deep with a feeling f dign;2ed importance upon his worthy sire, you may look across the muddy drink, and say, M we c rtertain no affinity for such one-horse town' Cut I tttl you, if you think so, you are mightily mistaken. We, the people of Oregon, wield an influence that is felt fxr and near, es pecially in the pockets of emigrants an infla enee that ain't to be sneezed at, no-how. We wm more towns and more claims on Indian Trust Lands, than any other set of individuals en top of the earth. St. Jae and other little " one-rye:! Tillages," ma...

Publication Title: White Cloud Kansas Chief
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 4 June 1857

L I 1 I m THE F0U2TF OP JtAECH. "Blesses those &i aspect aothinf , fcc larj shall tua Bi-4eeeoae V troca kis ftKstaat koroe, . A jinglies; peree he showed, Aad m the letsrt asoae .Hini 4r-u. .' -. ' . His bee wai all a saaile, Aad W talkea til the white. How b toe redi tartest la tl leu ; taertioe hl Pate, ForOU Bock. fle'4 slaies fcU the tin ' Wper-.p let h rise. Let' it fall. Twas mat tat a nwitl. That It ha worked aa har.1 Jot at ell. - " Bat effiee W eaaM hear. As the Im7sst eeUier'i wear Epeelets, Which fx hit raak, jew kaow Aad to tat paslis shew What ha retsl I Mar hiss, aAstHhat Be has a kinky kat Oa his heme; iTie arun wra were swev, JLae kit paokau ia ta ear, Jfaryreo." Ami loadlr ka deelarea, . Tba far patty asea ka easel Mat a Jot; 11a soorae their oirty tricks Aa aa fcr pelitles. Twee a pie. " . FoBti sa tka sedjra chaese, Aad taoafbt It woajraaa fenfire, Attk hest. . Oar frteee ai4aot explain. Bat task aa aarly train. Far the West. S ERBNADrao a Youxo Lady. In my y...

Publication Title: White Cloud Kansas Chief
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 11 June 1857

- -.i.,.n,Hii . KlCjManv ... .mi . ... fe- " ' ) I i lit 1 4 iv fit WffiiM I I f f - Tit i f i I Ti3 1 Til W M r I -. "? SOL. 5IILLE2, EDITOR AD FCBLISHEE THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. 0 . . V ITEBMS S2.C0 TEli mUH, 15 ADTiXCE. t ... It ' a' 'if T3 1 . '5. s i lip It? ; VOLUME 1, TZZ ?A2X2oV3 S0J3. tfciisv r?' pMil, Kata, "aa raa aas I mm yaaaf, Jimi, hi Dm I.hm aTeaaKteM. t Os? MmI lara in i . . Oar a tara arT t Bt r1 w hr ni W K.u, A ia acr Matbfsl . ' . - Wkal AatSa anrTttf !(, Kata, . . M mil if nia aaaln ! . AitiM'ttia Viofl, Kata, ' - Canl! inaj aa Vuat f tm ! Tb W-r. (hat a f rat, Kata. - Tar la aVn eWl Biaml rnomt, JTrt Cll tka fcua- wti thiak oa, Katt ? . Of aiai e rily laraa. Ti aa a lara H fa. Kau ; Tfca arlaVIH i tW l.r, Jkm4 fcf a la th eSaat, Kata, That 1a al I ra aa. Bat Mill thV-r ! v-ta. Kta, " i AalbrH.hi aa f mth. That aa. l'wa;i aM a1 rrif, Kata, - -.' . SUD aara a la act noth. LMattwnaairtar valtb, Kala, ' W haa a Inaairt 1 t - Ooraaai! lara a T'atara la . Of ...

Publication Title: White Cloud Kansas Chief
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 11 June 1857

i"W.5?-1 T- '.r' 1 r 1 1 Sft licmsas t)tcf. OZ. MILLER, EDITOR. "WEITE CLOUD, KASSAS: Tharsday, :.: t : : : Jane 11, 1837. THE LAin SALES. The Bales commenced on Wednesday, the third of Jane, and concluded on Tees- day, the ninth occupying jnvt one week. Everything pawed off remarkably peace ably, with the exception of several small "krimmages." We venture to say that "0 body of land has teen so near wholly ocenpied by claimants, as were the Iowa ' Trust Lands. Eveiy quarter and frac tion cad its claimant, who secured his land at the appraised value, save several unimportant fractions towards the ex treme West of the lands. Many arans ing incidents occurred at the sales. To secure a claim at its appraised value, the settler Lad to reside on his claim, and consequently be a Qizcn of the Connfy ia which it was situated ; and when his claim was bid off, he was required to atate the County of his residence. Some, by being too honest, or too dumb, or not posted, came near losing their cl...

Publication Title: White Cloud Kansas Chief
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 11 June 1857

(From the Kinus Citj Enterprise, May 2.) LATEST FSCM TEE ' MOTJHTAESS. Arrival of Tim. Oooddl, the Mountain eer, at Kansas City Murder by the Blaehfeet Indians A Great Fight and Great Victory by the Stoles Tkt Che yennes Prepariny for War with the TroopsTalk with Long ChinFeel- ingt of the Siovx. Tim. Goede'l, the celebrated mountaineer and guide, arrived in thii city cn Mi.nday last. He apent the winter on Green river, teil of the Rock Mountain. The winter ws& one of the most severe ever known. The Utah Indian on Bitter Creek Inst almost their entire atock of horse. From Mr. Goodell we learn the follow ing particular: At the crossing of the North Platte be met an Indian trader named Saunders, who had just returned from an expedition in Search of a Crow Tillage. Hia party consisted, at setting out, ofJ three white men arid four Crow Indians. They were attacked en Powder river by a party of thirty Black feet, who killed one of the white men, named Scott, a Canadian trader; and tw...

Publication Title: White Cloud Kansas Chief
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 11 June 1857

I e dim of lc Oi "5 B02CE2 TO J0H2T LEAS'.-'. BTTHE OLD MAW. th aw a lieUeeieey, Joha, tk a ey 1 I took fee fef a eWeer, Ida, te etfre aqr "coach eaS tea ttit yea nu ei kiec I7, Jena, aaa ereeeJ a ecrtfat " .- ' f. Set 70 yl7 tba tt earil. Jobs, witk year buabee aa4 "He." . I earat tkoafbt bt amataer. Jobs, weoli cut brr re m lew, A ad mTrf witk a Marias, Jobs, H ro a crtnbie; Utm. I aa it eaite aaaat cm, JeHe, I bare aat riftlti y 1 aerer tbocjl a eaaehawa far a eoe4a-Uw ta gat. Tka km which yea aVew, Jobs, rt7 eaeeU kaa beee year cue 1 - - Tea ee4 ae era la take, Jain, aeJretyea tea tlx ftir. Aaa raa auo the "be tf timt," Jobs, aa all the irerlJ Ami Ae Daaa, witbeat my taactiea, eo,4ba Dees. imi to auke yea Yeerejeether aaaaldkare beea, John, directed' ta tka reee. Bat I fear raa aftra "leasee batnai" u watch- year an- - eiaaa UU. Aaa aew. I neeOeet, JeSa, t eee wnaleree why Tea helpal ary asajhttr ia aad eat, win I, her fa, wuby! Bat saw to "clear aa awl," Joha, while eae heal hM...

Publication Title: White Cloud Kansas Chief
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 18 June 1857

m TV" A . At,-1 r- . rjr ltr - - . . . . ; . . ; ' ' t i? r (fr IT ss:,.. J32 i II M yUaPli Wk (D 1 11 ' 111 lit a i II I l I j ' SOL KILLER, EDITOR AXD FUELISQER. ' . - THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. : ' TERJIS $1.00 TER lArH, IS ADT1XCE. j f I VOLUME I.j s . WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1857. " NUMBER 3. 4 v I. - i - : I 1 -, - . - 71 z ffifiia Rfrwym TDtE. Joyfaflr tba hu rt linrrn. With her avam aad Wr ftawra; TiMiaf , with Wr ftiFT tarn, Mtarari 'rf Umm buns f oari; Carta won k lik wm ' Aaunataia flovm tbv; r b wfaoM tWUa tWra iiimi 0e l bofc ta nr fa , v w I JLA ta Uii kl any P!wt ! to (la 1 Bull ht bird t arMla tin(, BttD tlwai Male ia br Imtm; Btilt lb (Sid ba as wiafiaf, ' A4 th mii kid ku aWartt. . yUal I wau ta liaH llaU, Waliaf, Hanf with hMttrtf flaarm t-fr t " 'Wiadinj af Simaitr'i kladiaf - ridLtWAtaaa(Uanr i Ai U i ri ita f laocij ahatWwf v , .All Iobj tha oatUf will, ? Bnn-iag tfaohu u bk uaHam FilM wlta lwn u mainf'i Cad.. CSdiaf ow Kfa"! aiknt imr, . 8a...

Publication Title: White Cloud Kansas Chief
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 18 June 1857

., , Orse- '-. T Vat 1 CI A sr. w ... T7HITE CLOUD, ZAISAS TaarsdaT.4-: RiiLEoAD IIeetiko. AEallroaJ Men. ,J ;- r. ilosourn on the2GtlTu.lt, to deviss measures to aid in completing the Platte - N. Country Railroad, from SL Joseph .up the Missouri Valley. Eolations "were passed, and iteps taken towards hastan . ing the work to an ea:! completion. They aso reconynended that Holt Conn . 7 anhcrib one hundred thousand dol r"- iara stock to the Road. This Eoad will pass on the opposite iiue of the Missouri, but a short distance 1 . from White Cloud, and will connect with . the Hannibal and St. Joseph Road, at ' the latter'city. It will be seen that this wEod, when completed, will be a great convenience to the people . of White . . Cloud, and this portion of Kansas, as ' those who desire to journey to the East i era States, can then maka the trip in two or three days' time, instead of two or three weeks, as at present This Road Btar also beeome an important connection of aJlo a4 which wil...

Publication Title: White Cloud Kansas Chief
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 18 June 1857

. 1 " award la a career of progress anil papep'; Jh exceeding evn out most sanguine expectatio Ajs; new movement of European capital will ijiow in npoa a for permanent investment, and f 1 new Exodus of the European muses, aided b .j the pre-emption principle, carry westward ihtfxivon cin; column of American States in off f unbro ken phalanx to the Pacific ' I.fi? And let me ask you, what posabV 'good ha; teen accomplished by agitating in Jugres and in r residential conflicts the slaver question! it emancipated a single lave T x improved their condition! Has it made a I ingle State free, where slavery otherwise wouiy h,T j. 4T Has it accelerated the ois Wppearance of slavery from the more northern of fhe slave kolding States, or accomplished ff ny practical food whatever? No, my fenow-Zituena, noth ing bnt on mitigated evil lYlreadT ensued, with disasters still more leanrj impending for the future, as a eonseqaencef this agitation. There is a law more powrfnl than the legiila . tion ...

Publication Title: White Cloud Kansas Chief
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 18 June 1857

i BACON A3fD 0EEE53. ' I ae !ivd Iea aoeri to U nralr auafakoo, Aa4 km a Ail ahar flirrt rlrmr aoaooa; Bat My i w km tan aahaad a goa fraaaa aad bam, " Ami myjor hav bwi ioMti by bacon a fraa. Fol it rl S tan sad irnu. - With a IttrUl of rrraambnaaa ' bow ttajr ao-alaa. OTobiMaoad'i fay maiD, aad yoots mnry aaraaa, Wtaa as 4r w ka4 Toaa, ami a plata M oftaaoa. Aai t a It, w tai fcaa aad a JU frt of ' Aa! rB I taawaitat, wtaa aad aad btaakaa, Haan-wruf Vj tfaa aeon of a Mix ia tor !, . Hew I raabad froai tar -, mmj lorad (now aad baoos, Aad forfot my dair, ovor taeoa aad ftaaai. 'trhaa tba baata rafaaaa' apaela, aad aradit vat raasaa,' I atajad ia tba wrack, aad waa raiaad in aiaaa; . Mjfttaadaalldwalaid,lBadaotaandabaeoa,'' . Bat tfcar (br tad nj two mU pi. O! tta M a chanaiatfcit . ritlr laiaa, , .-, Ttal (root oaatardi aad JaDJaa tba apioani nui; , , aVlckToaraVkiaitatorrapToarfTaaaapiaadttabaaoa, Aad real mr Itan la aothiaf hla baoaa aad fnraa. . If aosjo fairy a gnat of tbroo wi...

Publication Title: White Cloud Kansas Chief
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 25 June 1857

a Ma,M 11 mrtfi nil t t ft SOLe KILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHES . THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. TERMS $2.C0 PER AXXDI, l ADTiXCE. VOLUME I, WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS, THURSDAY, Jl)NE 25, 1857. NUMBER 4.7": I 1' 1 ? JOE 71 L 1. 1 1 Met pdij. OTT-t FLAG. tfiafhaat, aad xe . a M of (he free i it With tkeir Be ear Mdraaae aVeiravavsl Lot tt wave, aad n7 the aalioal, Be theraeer area they far, Waaak In warier; whliiiai, Aad above their faidiaf Ur. Lit (be atriekea mm behold it, A tbrr wipe away a Mr Weald God each aae mU bid it Tiwal their fane, witkoot a tear. Iltac ft eat, aad ( it boldly. Hover fcaf a aiaiea'i kale; There are the who Ion aae eoldly, , The an thaeo who wuck in fan. Oair thtrteea apeaflea traced it, Whea it tnt (panics' ia view; t aow flaitj eao ia keaaty ' Clioer o a leld of btae. VMber raaad it, awa aid aaioea, Aa flu Beetlec MaMata raa; Let the very air Im adea With! tSTCVrr a who are ia the habit af praaekiaf Wf anaMaa darta tba da daye, win plfSM rata taa Mlawiaf liaaa, a...

Publication Title: White Cloud Kansas Chief
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 25 June 1857

OL. KILLER, EDITOR.' WHITE CICTTD, EA2TSA8:;, .- j Tbarsdaj, : : :ivt Jafle.23. 1857. " : The Inaugural. . ' We presume that all of our readers have by this time perused the Inaugural Address of Gov. Robebt J. Walker, and formed their opinions npon its merits er demerits. It must be confessed, a a genoral thing, that something better might have been expected of the man. His ideas in regard to tne public lands, schools and Railroads, are no doubt correct ; but as far as political matters are concerned, he has made a poor job of it. He beats all round the bush, seemingly desirous of satisfying all parties, but not likely to sat ' iafy any. His arguments for a while go to prove that it is impossible for Kansas to become a Slave State, and he sets forth , a line of policy, whereby a Slavery Con stitution cannot be adopted ; and the next ,. thing we see, he is laboring to prove that Slavery is a great blessing, and that vari ous interests. TAnnim Hlal Tv flnl become a Slave State. The Go...

Publication Title: White Cloud Kansas Chief
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 25 June 1857

Oaxcos, Mo, Jane 22, 1857. Mr. Editor. After a week's repose from the stunning effects of the charge made by " I J and the Ladles generallT,' upon my ntaore ' bit hody, I hare aoeceeded in recovering my as . ' tonished senses, and find myself upon the track ' again. I feel very feeble, though, and venture ' fitrth with a palpitating heart and quirering pen; therefore, If my ideas become rather aigzagish, yon must excuse me, and attribute the deviations jo my nerrous excitability. I do not know that I can blame L. J. L. and her train for the disasters that followed thiscol ' lision, for I was " running oat of time," and not paying much attsntioa to my business. Howev ' er, the circumstance has set my brain to work, and I hare concluded to turn speculator on the strength of it, and see if I cannot guxale the people abort as fast as seme of the other swin dlers. I propose to organize a joint stock cos paoy. under the name and style of T. Fiddle' ticks Filcser A Co., with a capital of 1...

Publication Title: White Cloud Kansas Chief
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 25 June 1857

ffiJit Jrmr nf ih ttJrmir THE OF TYPE. A PEIXTEX'S FLAIVT PARODY. BY 2. QCAD, Tu Cw Ji liar a! wutur, ttait&ue alcat; AD tW rrt of lb aataaia Litim hf tb Mw. Ko I? m iB ew tt, . Tb talk i m Madly, - tVaa mm writ pis IH aat ew tata, rut rsia, - Bit if atplora . ' TM th work oftbt "irrU," WW Seiaaa doa(B tL fear! "aw, rrarkr, tuck aw -Boom axtraittt way Of Brbaa.aaa tortonC Tha -ictil U Tbm, tbnt H la lr BoBf tumabb rrwk. Froai tku lay of ilotructin, tVaaa m nrrttu a. Mora tmea har fro wa; Aad aa Toi dateraiaed Tsbt'caaW! An Illinois correspondent backs this: As late as 1837, when railroads wercGrst talked about in this corn region, they were supposed to bo iJentical with the "corduroy roads," where the rails are laid crosswise over the bottomless "bot toms " In 1850, one county, it is said, gave nearly a unanimous rote for Gen. Jackson for President, nnder the full con viction that "the report of his death was a Whig lief When it was reported that Professor Morse had succeeded in...

Publication Title: White Cloud Kansas Chief
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 2 July 1857

1. i. -V-....' . 7f r.i. NT 1 1 1 1 I i i I !i it r 1 i f i hp J ' I ' I j : I " SOL. BlILLERt EDITOR ASD TCBLISIIEB. THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. TERMS $2.00 PER AXMJIf. n 1DTASCE VOLUME 1. WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JULY 2, 1857. """" NUMBER 5. . 1 i In OITB I1TI05AX FLAG. Fliaf oat Bat HuSoa'a atripee Bad ataA, The fiorioaa ataadard of tks free; l"fc. buan km ia rraaW wan, The kallowed fm of Likrnjr. '' C awaataia tea, ii van draa, Wkrer dwell d Aw ad Ion; - O'M him wbro FwnW nwtyfi aleeey CefcaBkia'a Bag anil freely m 1 taise kifb Ike bight, aeapicieat tog, . Fiwarev twirl aad learirefeav ,'haareet,aa,erjBa,ai erar, - The ejieAliaf beaaer, widely tog, BkaB prewllf war. o'er land mi Aad Freedoert aatken, aweetrf rase , eaowreooatryajebilee! , Ok! bl Dm wm dot Bf MmU, TW Mjbw cn f Mnrniaf foU, .' Tb fl Librtly! flsiwi in Mb, MB Hnm-t dom ' BmwtimiM h Wrfj lona, , That all iniwuei km fcaa s kam 'Oa Frtadooit eaaatrratad Aaad. FBaf eat aar aaaaoy" kaaaat wioVa Oai aaikkwatta ...

Publication Title: White Cloud Kansas Chief
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 2 July 1857

EI)e. Kansas l)ifX OL- MILLER, ------ EDITOR. "WHITE CLOUD, KAJTSAS: Thursday, : i ; : : : Jaly 2, 1S57 I'beparatiox for the . Fourth. Preparation for tbe Celebration, are mating on an extensive scale.. A large gathering was anticipated, and a number of beeves, Bheop. pigs and fowl were in readiness for the occasion ; bat informa tion has just bees received, to the effect that the crowd will bo vastly greater than previous anticipations, which has set the Committee to" work, adding greatly to ths stock of eatables. The1 Watossa will brings load of passengers from above, and a boat will bring another load from Leavenworth, St. Joseph,1" and other towns below. Besides, the settlers will r all be here for miles aronnd ; and the country on the opposite aide of the River, will not be backward in swellug the numbers. a . Tables are being put up, near a fine spring, for the accommodation of a great number of hungry people. The Minne t , . . ... Sana, on etlocsuay, landed a baby- water, whi...

Publication Title: White Cloud Kansas Chief
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 2 July 1857

Proclamation of tha Prwideiit of Cost Hie, aumouacing the Clou of the War. President Mora had issued a proclamation announcing the close of the war, of which the following it a translation: ' Jam Rfd Mora, Frtmdad f Ox RcfuUie, la tie Cut Rieat: Fellow-Countrymen: The war b ended. Beloved peace comes back to as with the conquerors of fillibusterism. We hare long striven, with onion and constancy, for the Mat holy rights. God has given as the victory. - There are no longer tlliboiters in Cenfcal America. The few hundred of them that exist, smarmed and surrendered are under the sanctity of oqr protection and clemency. Delivered from her proud invaders, Nicaragua b restored to existence nnder the entire will of her children. May the Supreme Being inspire and protect them! Cntil her complete organi sation, our faithful allies of Guatamala, San Sal Tador and Honduras win remain in the interior, whilst our garrisons guartfthe steamers and forts on the line extending from the month of the ...

Publication Title: White Cloud Kansas Chief
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 2 July 1857

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Publication Title: White Cloud Kansas Chief
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
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