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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Squatter sovereign. — 26 February 1856

1 MawMiiiw or ins Mi,, hne of th. u located ienaelytiiB. - &wu and aniiei u re. te, and waab- k WEEKLY ; OTSPAPEE;; USEEULIEADIKG. ansas share. ..a enfam, rsypfftv--, y,-. sireav3ja-wjij-. m a mi-m.r nar TTit imraiBm. rwnSfi mjr-ia-ir atflwaga i ,i tnri -in punw r tm yri i u , i i Jin pndftnce fown la laij r,for boihi. Q toe oppo- om, nearilv on 15 of therlr hft very beat tie opposite B fertile bot- i bottom ig . Ivn af large fe point from pr can pre- toe nearest the country ceiving and irreat nnm fl fld it to- eOsawfe P pood ferry Kansas Ter- h St. Joseph p the proper y, as by thia unnecessary and in?, bar ate disease- to the eye a er for utiles untry in the pleasing and to mechanics iieir choice, e place. The ination, that I a trade not ' ; from such In a word. mi nation by Mo. Peter worth, Del- prised to dis n who may ft 5W0RTH, LIS. bmestic Dnr 'ps, Cutlery, 1 ready made n Atchison, constantly in ) mutable to East. My wing: se, Spicea sf cks, Lawns, i, and Linen 'cription. m...

Publication Title: Squatter Sovereign
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Squatter sovereign. — 26 February 1856

en w M if ;! . i 1 1 it if ii 'i f 1 ' "The South, and her Inatlitttlima. STRmarsUOW &.TTRTJ.Tr5rt Editor v tue9day-februAry UO,1 183d. ffitun in tlicJTppcr Cauntr&Z .Agent for (ke Southern Stales. ' Col. SILAS WOODSON, who it now visit ing the Sonthern ' States, is duly authorized to actus agent for the Squatter Sovereign. . ' I'lSST We arc under obligations "to oar attentiVe Delegate in Congress, Hon. j, WV Whitfield, for several interesting doc uments, speech, etc - ' - ' -;- . - Mail Failure. Our Paper this week Jacks the usual amount of news. This is attributed " to the fact that we b a ve not been favored with at mail since our. last issue. . ; The contractor on Uie Route between this place and Wes tn can find no excuse whatever for bis failure to carry the Mail." The River at ths point is yet" in a good crossing condi-i tion. His case we think should be laid before the Post Office Department. Last week our papers were not carried'frorri'tne Post Offlcfe'nnd this week ...

Publication Title: Squatter Sovereign
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Squatter sovereign. — 26 February 1856

7 i-ongstreet fog, tJ.us Eets r: required 0 care not how Gazette tofillabet o"t putting is off from a paper. I rence 'there fol-inateswho cess to news. equal, the tperjor to the u at least.- ad command ruse a hews- ley will read now re ft. the subsoil. xpect au ob luiuns his tall women,' as round should. L gTocer wish- rd to a sign, be painted oa loiTthe other e person ob- anL ; "Why, e trader, "it's ays "II u the short "but areer, let him nothing more J! it up 'your ei. k "No smult- of that? I ling it as still mi east paper ; h a rrunce-pie, fit, II. sit such ut'"'Ly a'preas a r renchman Monsieur about it, while coolly, telling for cure it is , at all. To i."Ali, be gar! k you lnsliiucA meat. Those of curing poik enjoy as - fine and rounds, p Russias can that the meat t is this r 5 o be increased Lft these le dirt from the little,) rises to Then throw en cold, pour to remain the weeks. The id with pickle, for at 'east two which time it with powdered a ve omitted the found it to- an...

Publication Title: Squatter Sovereign
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Squatter sovereign. — 26 February 1856

i YS 2flHJy vT3.- tjMiepewtndSdlenditls eamrer-s p'-4 .,. ; jl -v boat, l.isi b ilt.nn riiisnei -fpvrSiK ttavit A..L thi-h ,tu4i offer; to" the trade chap for 75 bhs Osueae 25J.hl Cli.fikl do 40 do Powder do -20 Ho Crushed do.,, i 10 bhis RefiVd do $50 ba Riv Coffee 20"d6 Java t la,.ti .- 19 .do Mochs do ; 20 coil grass rope 60 doz, bed rords -10 do plow lins . 20 coils sash cord l50bM h-r ? do Whd?y , .i ja - 400 ,50bbl , 30 hf tfo do do do 10 lo do r re j! . . , d , .35 bhis cgnac brandy ' . 20 htf d do - do "--3 bb! Holland pin , 10 do pii- peach brandy 6 casks im. port win? . 10 bb!s uialag - do- 3 qr -sk fine brandy , -ft tibls fine-old whisky. 5 bb!s.reboled bvjla 50 boxes ssso ted cn;!y 15 do i Tin" crarLets 10 do prunes ? - 40htri5!irrffl do 25 . do Belehe.-'e do KO kees sugar ho-.'.se do'iftdoz P eston ind Mer-l-Sodo Carolina tar ri'I's reastpowae.s 23 bbla. do., do , j 15 dt Bild.itt'a do .... 50 dr Kanawha salt 10 bh's pickled Imi-in 500 Sack G A do 50-bxes star eami.'es ...

Publication Title: Squatter Sovereign
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Squatter sovereign. — 4 March 1856

7 tl locate vly tim- Llthl.Kl- i B:KLV SKW.Sl'APKlt DKVOTKD TO POLITICS. U'l'ERAIUKR, AURIOULTUBE, MERCANTILE AFFAIRS AMI ISSEl'PL BEA1)L(J. -"peas- .WJ.fl!- "'ri.r "- tea 66 The Squatter claims the same S&rreignlp in . ihk Territories that h possessed" in the States." ' JE&ITOIZS & JPHOMZJJETOIIS. UtvU'v T...I'i L tli n'vl Very best apposite tile bat. or iarj;e nt from country r iii J at n,fa, ndit.fSo Mi-prin wkte, '' ferry J?icrb I P ope Bv this eceasay iml ha v. uaease-- he.ve a for miles- aaing ar4 lechanfcv e no ice. keel. The pon,' that i ads t pm sicn Wortf. atioji.by I- .U rrnDel- tf to dim khe, may vuuerr, uv made ft tc hi son, fVit!v:;fH table tm at. My T'ees f - Lawns. p. Linen btro. ! Juts;, tr7-Caf- ash. ; ?'Mri At- htm r.jf i ito: V f ;ark t,Iow as ri. Hie t'lll P""ey. I erieneed le flows f work in IIEA.f FJOHS. promr. Vdred per oiK, TOO ollowinr haUrial, ' X t.t 000 feet. 00(ft. )00 feet. got.'-' (t '! $? 40 $2 55 ft $1 80 t sell af. d bill ef wep on Blin...

Publication Title: Squatter Sovereign
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Squatter sovereign. — 4 March 1856

"The South, and her Institutions.", 3TRITTGFELLOW & KTTfiT.IiY. Editors. ATCI1ISO.V, KANSAS TJER.,. TrESDATTMRCn 4,1856. Tlie ISest Advertising- Hem clium in the Upper Country. Circulation Over i-LLL '!!' 'ii . L- ! -' -- -J -J - 1 'J Agent for tnc'Soiithern States- " Co. SlEAS WOODSON, who is now visit ing the Southern States, is duly authorized to act as agent for the Scatter Sovereign. Look out for the X. A cross (.thus X) immediately brfore the name, signifies that the subscriber has not pail for his paper, and thai; it is expected be will remit the amount due us by the return, tuail. Close of the First Yoluxae. . With the present number of the Squat ter we close the first volume. , One year ago, in a room, through the roof, sides ami fleor of which, the snow (for it was snow ing) poured, till it was a foot deep all over the olfice, and the paper for tlie first num ber, which had just teen wet down, frozen into a solid block, we commenced opera tions. The junior was composit...

Publication Title: Squatter Sovereign
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Squatter sovereign. — 4 March 1856

7 iners. Et cause pet out in bmselves. pments of 'tn of the n envious ! in Coq. ice in her ie turned put her iose of a eligion ; it: any- i . dvertises jated tu- astic ran u cannot lorrow it krompetent of a new. I he profi- jit ople are w the old the gold us asked ned, .an- ted The- r his love ' even in., frequent f da, being asked for p preferred recently Allen, of laven re n in the d to grant establish- suspended ncert was any, in the west, when 3tory, was ger-bce r, g the fact ould eat a ag thought per 'a child inker, who lis friends Belling him. reconciled the strap on because it is rd man. ie whole of a trying to h the door ops of Thil- . fever would o my sou?" o small that yi?h for it to a waggish 11 inilication. ie place you eral. lied, rolling wst danger- v i tarn ones, On a sailor's Navy Yard , seen: - bvv, and now and wife of gently brutal- pr persons un- ed States for tons, that of 1043,207 n The Squatter XtCHISON. MARCH 4, ISS6. .,aT Esa.. i" aumonsea to act as J. GENT '...

Publication Title: Squatter Sovereign
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Squatter sovereign. — 4 March 1856

V toa l.H-m ' 1 in way. 1.1 J7- f . , 1 1 , .J s h 3 . - West & Jtlcm&ahan j ''-" COIL SECOND AND FRANCIS ST3-, ST. .JOSEFI!, ,MO. ... HAVE in store the following named article ' which they offer -to the trade cheap for cash: - - - - 75 bbda N O sugar 25 bbls Clarified do 40 do Powder do ' 20 do Crushed do " 10 hhds Refined do 150 bags Rio Coffee 20 do Java do 10 do Mocha do 20 coils grass rope CO doz bed. cords 10 do plow lines 150 bbls recti'd whisky lOOblfdo do .do 50 bbls old bourbon do 30 Lf do do do do 10 do do rye do ,. 35 bbls cegnac brandy 20 htf do do do 5 bbls Holland pin 10 do p-ire peach brandy 5 caks im. port wine 10 bbls malaga do .r 3 or casks fine brandy 20 coil sash cord 55 bbls reboiled moias-5 bbls hue ia wmsKy Sf V) boxes assorted candy 40 hlf bbls do : do 15 do fine crackers 25 do Belcher's do 10 do prunes 80 kegs sugar hons do25doz Preston and Mrr 150 do Carolina tar rill's yeast powders 25 bbls do do 15 do Babbitt's do fO do Kanawha salt 10 Ibis pickl...

Publication Title: Squatter Sovereign
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Squatter sovereign. — 11 March 1856

InMr- ... RftheMi.' fine of xh knd located iirrnuni healths i goine un compreiiTr nnel is r and wtth. naas shor land secure ndanctl. wn is Uid I ror Duild,, the opj0-' m, heavily a. m; it thritf . cverv beat h opposite ' reruie hot- bottom ia fn of large ipoint from . 8 can p.o-' he nearest he country : -Jiviiie and: rreat num- ' ! hnd it to r shipping i Osawkee, i good ferry ansas Ter-A St. Joseph uie pi oie r , . aa bv tliis innecessaiy n(ling,hav-. eui&ease o tho eye v for miles 'i try in the," 'leasing and . " .'.. .mechanic eir choice., place. The ' . ation, that1 a trade .not 1 from such -In a word, lination by i Wo.; Peter vorth,DeU , isod to dis1 J who may 1 Lis. ' nestic Dry mailer1! , ready iuau Atchison, nstantly ia suitable to East. My ing: k Spices of knt Lawns, and Jinen ription. ere Hats; pers, Gai- r cash. tax. at'd in At- flVrs his y e Territory , of Blact I as tow s ' ssouri. His irch,.scl in rnonev. I ' xperienced I al Plows S of work is 1 RHEA. REI0N8. ACTORY...

Publication Title: Squatter Sovereign
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Squatter sovereign. — 11 March 1856

The Xans&s Troubles. IUavifis jauat be careful about believ ail they sop ipjhe five&oil and aboli tion papers aboui the fKaiisasd amenities. The New YorkTribune and Times are in tTted in keeping up a misapprehension f lie true slate, of alTairs in that Territo ry. They clo not desire their readers should inow the truth, as it is all important to their J n3'f in tLis State and in Congress, that . utep seated prejudice aiid bitter hostility .elioukt continue to exist here against the South and the democratic party. Kansas . if their whole atockin trade, and it the dif cujtics there could all besettled either by the 'adoption ot a" free state constitution, or perniMg slavery the republican par 'ty Would be used un ilir the lime, or until theV. Crtiifrl ' n't nfi iinnlhor fiiiarr! ri'iK tn opth about some other territories. r -The Tribune makes dailyoppeals to its partizansfoY more money and more Sharp's rifles a nd represents to its readers that the stateoi" aOairs ,in .Kansas ...

Publication Title: Squatter Sovereign
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Squatter sovereign. — 11 March 1856

p South. white -rfcs haIiGii to ce ex. Or Orr sely 8ettled tohtical aci any other reason p all poliu one single kmto-other nto,yoa .ne race an ot citizen. Df the IW- urely south. L i i cas Deen ;nn si ml tl. it a nil I 4 bn fact of a pnception of it principle cat science s that sur- of the infe-. monstratioa pen. Tlie burope, ac- ous distinc- nt or mere rated those. however I independ- ards domo- cgr before sunk into mtrast with is now, and democratic perpetual s sameness ho superior d out dem it sustained shed new hrough the jneuu-ahzed va vi mo urity of the and suste- y, and the uad mijrhtv In this con- rid with its will traco I organism as of Vir- rds the ne- iment tho i condition liis rac, is That seven t rule over three inil these se!f that a man la fool.un- r this pur rience, and lor race is urement of it, in addi ct-able that i limncasu- ler portion ondition of which have efits to all hich have edom, and y that thw e influence nod toffeth- Why.be ristendora, at system, ; thos...

Publication Title: Squatter Sovereign
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Squatter sovereign. — 11 March 1856

f! -i- if f 'J ' 1 TIIETown of Delaware is situated in : Kan sas territory, on th$ south side of the Mis souri river,' three miles above the line of tha 9 Delaware reserve, and fen miles beJowILeaYen- worth city.' This tpwn was laid off andlcated i February last, on a tract of land densely tim .feered, easy of access from the surrounding . ,. country and situated favorably for health : al . ready there are a number of houses going up." , It has the following resources as a good and f prominent ipoiiit:..v .j. -' . ' ' ' ' -' Firstly A Cooil T,anding. ' ' ...... The Missouri river at this point is comprcss- d within a. narrow spaced the channel Is re markably deep on the Delaware side, and wash- 1 e f6r a mile above and below, the Kansas shore, ..j thus affording at all times a safe and secure landing for steamers.- " , ' . ' - ; " Secondly Timber in Abundance Thetract of land'on which the town is laid ' out, is covered with valuable timber,for build ing purposes, besides this', ther...

Publication Title: Squatter Sovereign
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Squatter sovereign. — 18 March 1856

ned articles do-., do " purbon do dodo do ac brandy o ' do ; QiLprin achbrandy -ort wine 7a. ' do iue brandy orica candy n and Mer '.at powders t' do' : led Jlerring r candle: vet corks ed buckets iisaian caps t nails 11 sizes aatings pese kar u inf tobacco ger brandy da, starch, e, katchup, loves, a crackers, neware, s, tubs, e, brooms, -aner chairs, '.-agons,'-,', ers.cirgars ila all kinds, acking, &.c, .jy springs. 3U-tf "89 A9 lis, T1I0. - atttentiort 9 large aiij nsincr else- prders. . ah paid for . 25-3m GOODS.' nnounce to county and ust opened rtment of are, Ate. th especial d has been t ourselves to call and to be pleas- isiness and all, to merit : patronage. L.N'CEK. E. BIRD. OF fa rites ft E, MO. ' .antW mnn- s in 1hir :e west lib- of Saddles, rod at mien ich articles s manufac- fc BIRD. 1 le and K ea, Paints to the ped- , cheaper tli an any GKl 1LOW. -LOU'. ) ' Jsaoun. ss confided nties. viz: id Clinton. id Leaven- to setling l ly y. BURNS. .ORS AT fession in Courts o...

Publication Title: Squatter Sovereign
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Squatter sovereign. — 18 March 1856

From the Lexington Expre is, March 9 Extra. OPENING OF, If AYICS-ATION. ARKS FOB SAHSAS:AESE3T2D! ! "Hostilities Commenced. The good steamer "ARABIA, Capt. John S. Shaw, arrived at our wharf about sunrise this morning. Immediately on ltadlng a - committee - was dispatched : up town to inform our citizens that a person from Massachusetts; was on board,' having in possiessidritmeliuridred Sharp's rifles and two cannojaj destined . for service in .Kan- ea?, and sent forward by the Massachu setts " Aid Society." ' This " information brought together many . cf our most respec table and, reliable citizens, when a confer ence wos had by them with Mr. "Start" with aview of inducing him to leave the dangerous' weapons with our citizens for safe keeping. This 'he assented to, and delivered the 'goods' up, subject to the req uisition of Gov. Shasxon or his predecess ors in office. " The proceedirgs were orderly, and al though ' the determination to arrest the arms was decided, no one talked of...

Publication Title: Squatter Sovereign
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Squatter sovereign. — 18 March 1856

n7 ll. ,. '4 lle rr. . 1 5 AieS.";? SOT -ate; A "ill not ;v.' 7-;C- terms i T mJrecrnpr.rlt .e the react aper they :ted by it ? Uits, nd "3;.from'j&5 Ir -rather ww re?;; lie tfolted i' t none but !7 c '- I for murji - -4-srce. nic;. . averted a' . N oficuv ied. The?- the -ji , ; ise th 'Tr' :. . slavery ;uv -is: ; - !-:i90 s lan&'Vfcurrouil- seized ar. occasion 1 instantly1 4 i lie cau4 j d thro will? Li'.. m ' Ti'ome. . t ' . l- wecopy f;. ' pi t of Messrs-.' here. $1 AffiJi: -1 OJi. . -4100:, .-Lon:'sj?ajR5 takeiMnl! or e?T ink iijn;l3.is 1:1 1,000 wuLJ now the se f if cph;3i;' u-issa.iitv.. pe are iJ,WJw, a ilie Seriate'., . theret' is I u: s ' rake a prcRs . : bet, thtjSfip ' ;ar.3 arei- ru.4 He Union. sojuuau etin? as"-. : 13 01 tee c. etary, siiys r! United Sw : ;r -: . ) other COfO. - fifty rnillipi a ca--u.aUoa CuiCA.CO.-V e to trnnouatf atiopat Den Lol-Democra-; r 400 major- hlcao Den s ofAlabam to a' dog1, is necessary w fany pecuaary recover dam -a'-newspa ahvays ...

Publication Title: Squatter Sovereign
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Squatter sovereign. — 18 March 1856

DELAWARE! THETJwn of Delaware is situated la" Kaa sas territory, on the south side of the Mis souri river, three miles above the line of the T01' T1" town was laid off and located la, February last, on tract of laDd densely tlm bered, easy of, access from the -surrounding i ri. ifcuiea ravorsDiv ior neaita : at - there are a number of houses going up J i Qa tbe following resources as a rood and prominent point: . - . . I.nnil Inc. The MiMOuri river at this point is comprees- vuwiuim narrow space, trie cnannef is re ttarkablv deep on the Delaware aide, and wash. es for a mile above and belowthe Kansas shore tans affording at all times a. safe and secure landing for, steamers. SecondlyTimber in Abundance . The tract of land on-which the town is laid out, is covered with valuable timber,for build ing purposes, besides this, there is oh the oppo site sida of the rirer a large bottom, heavily auuuwvu wim uk., asu rn.ua wajnuc. . TtllrdlV f Pntldnn . This town has on the Kansas side of th...

Publication Title: Squatter Sovereign
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Squatter sovereign. — 25 March 1856

IS ST3.,V a cheap fcr tiO dew'' urbcn da do do . d ftc brand. do' id rfa A WEEKLY NEWSPilPER DEVOTED TO POLITICS, LITE11ATURE,; ;AQMCTJLTU11E, MEPiCAlSmE AEFiiDlS AKD iMUp BEAJMG. i b wir.e do i brandv nea candv crarkerg "The Squatter ciaims 'the ' same Sovereignty in the r Territories that he possessed in the States." pi and Mer- st powder 8 do ed herring canuies et corks ' d buckets ssian caps nails I sizes stings V.sc ar f tobacco ;er brandy a, starch, , katchup, ves, crackers. eware, , tubs, , brooms, ne chairs j rs,cirjars nil kinds, ckinjr, &.c, spriiis. 30-tf 1 XKTS , Itlo. atttention large and ''r eJae- Iers. i paid for '--3m gODS. lounce to unU' and at opened Cmeut of kxe, &c. especial has been ourselves o call and be pleas- iness and , to merit itronage. iCVAl. ElUD. r tics 8 ntly man. &.C., SiCy in their moat lib- Saddles, I at such i articles nanufac 1 MAS. md Ro Paints i.lie peo cheape.r l.an any CLI.OW. LOTT. an. confided es, viz : Clinton. Leavcn- etling 1...

Publication Title: Squatter Sovereign
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Squatter sovereign. — 25 March 1856

Squatter "The South, end her Institutions." STRXNQFEIjIjO'W & KELLE7, Editors. ' . ATCHISON, KANSAS TER., TUESD AY, MARCH 25, 1856. - .The Best XilvertlsingrYMem diuin in the Upper Country. v Agent for tlie Southern States. Col. SILAS WOODSON, who is now visit ing the Southern States, Is duly authorized to act as agent fox the Scattsb Sovereign. Look, out for tbe X. : A. cross (thus X) immediately before the name, signifies that the subscriber has not paid for his paper, and that it is expected he will remit the amount due as by the return mail. . m - . Pro-Slavery Meeting. Navigation having opened, emigrants arc beginning to pour into the Territory again-, and our enemies are more vigilant than ever; and the only successful mode of maintaining the advantages heretolore gained over them, is for the Pro-Slavery party to be thoroughly organized and uni ted in every county in the Territory. It is proposed, that the Pro-slavery men in At chison county hold a meeting on the first Mon...

Publication Title: Squatter Sovereign
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Squatter sovereign. — 25 March 1856

r y-" March 14. esentedfroRi asking a re: vor of the Comrr,:. Kansas case. presented tl,a xuanner. . but it fjority report. Ifnd r.i IVllQ ocument con ted and inconais. of Maine. pn empower- ons to send Kansas case. as removed pe and tool red hnn the main, if 19 Po I under. this charge ? r newspapers le dared tfcg I dare tho ate a denial. t old and un- - unbecoming i newspaper rv word of ir. o can speak 9 te moved rrow, in tho e an estima Vniocrats fa a Coiumis- Aftera long sa (Califor lecn settled " hi3 title by covers near eal value of v estimated largest and ly the gov- Virginia - is nd the third code of Vir- having one-' J in them, yd opposed icuhy, if not defining the' S3. lie ar ia of demur- itjon of Alri- ransmitted. Gov. Wise Legislature, position fjoiu to present in irgiuia, the or go Wash- ie graves of rovided tho obi? perm a - rk the satno norate those ication was d, tlirough r, 8150 for of the Soul t from na nejit from lublished in in the next y the Rev. ns of GIou- on t...

Publication Title: Squatter Sovereign
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Squatter sovereign. — 25 March 1856

foamfoat: fobs; , - 5 SEASON OF 1856. , Bt Louis and, St. Joseph Packet Line REGULAR SATURDAY PACKET. For Boonville, Glasgow, Brunswick, Miami, Hill's Lmding, Waverly. Dover," Berlin, Ix ington, Wellington, Camden, Sibley. ItlcLficld, New Independence, Liberty, Wayne City, Kan sas, Parkville, Leavenworth, Fort Leavenworth Weston, Kickapoo, Iatan, Atchison, Doniphan, and St. Joseph-. ' , U The elagant, commodious, and fast U? Regular Passenger Pocket NEW fsffieSsissSii" EUCfX", Conle v Master, will leave St. Louis for the above and intermediate points, very alternate Saturday, during the season, at 4 o'block, r. k, as follows: March 1, 15, 29; April 12, 20; May 10, 24; June 7, 21; July 5,19; August 2, 10.30; Sept. 13, 27: October 11,25; November 8, 22 Returning will leave St. Joseph for St. Louis every alternate Friday, at 10 o'clock, a. m., as follow a: March 7, 21; April 4, IS;-May 2, 10, 3CrJone 13, 27; July 11, 25;:Augu8t 8, 22; Sep tember 5, 19 October 3, VI, 31, November 11, 2....

Publication Title: Squatter Sovereign
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
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