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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Squatter sovereign. — 20 March 1855

. -i.- i v - ' i m- - , .- . '' - ' ; - ' - - . - -a H37khi V--;? -P'?-" "-t ; - xy AX - x.Xjf -J - I " ' -5 '7.EDtTOn&&&&p&IZfE TORS NO; 6. V0L.-1. 7 r " The Squatter Sovereign, IS PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY JIORNIXG BY J. II. STRISCrELLOW . & R. 8. KEUET. Pulliration Office, in Squatter .fyovereig Building, Yo. 3. Jtckison Street. Terms : Two dollars pr annum, invariably in ailvanc. Single copies 5 cents, twelve cop ies for fif-y cen'.s. To Ci-riis : Five copies will be snt tr one f!drei3 Tor Sl. Ten to one a!dress for $17. Twenty to" one aiil-"" for $3-'. Forty to one uJJre?s for $00. Inva.iia.hly in advance. ; Money xaay be 'sent by mail, at the jisk . ol tne Editors. . .' ; - - - 1 ' ' ' Pf Postmasters are requested to iict as our Ajftn'.s. HATES OF ADVESTISIKO. Far ons sqW, twelve lines or less j:.i.rh ad litioriiil inmrtion, per square-. On. square, three months ' six months - " " twelvemonths"' Tvvo squares, three months " ' .six months twelve months- On...

Publication Title: Squatter Sovereign
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Squatter sovereign. — 20 March 1855

trict court of the United Statci.for the pres ent territory of Utah, and shall,, ia addi tion, bcjpaid two hundred dollars annuaQjY as a compensation for extra services. Sec. 30. And be it f writer enacted; That the governor, secretary, chief justice nnd associate justices,' attorney and mar shal, shall be nominated; and, by and with the consent and advice of the ; Senate, ap pointed by the President of the - United - States, y The governor and secretary to be appointed as aforesaid shall, before they act as such , respectively . take fin oath cr affirmation before the district judged or some iustice of the peace in the limits of said T erritorv. dulv authorized to admin ister oaths and affirmations by the laws now in force therein." or before thechief ustice therein, or before the chief justice, " 3 r cojoe associate iustice, of the supreme -purtpfthe United States, to support e the constitution of the United States, and faith- Z frilly to discharge. ther duties of their rc'spec; -...

Publication Title: Squatter Sovereign
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Squatter sovereign. — 20 March 1855

patttr ibbemgn. ATCHISON. MARCH 20, 1855. w S. 8WYMMER, General Newspaper a ij.i.inr Ao-Mit.No. 14, Second Street, onno site the Post umce, ou x-ouxo, is the authorized assent for oar paper, Arna fnr Rauatter Sovereign The following persons are authorized to act as Agents for the "Scatter do via JUDCE S. P. MCCCKDV, Weston. JF.I. & StBINGFELLOW, ) Rout & Withers, s Liberty. TrncE J. T. V.Thompso J. T. Beaveb, Hainsvrlle. IlEaDi.Ev & Bakeb, ) pl Ci W. Christison, ) J G. W. Withers, Richfield. Pnor. H. B. Todd, Camden Point. Jesse Miller, Hampton Platte County. Col. j. 15. Jawing, Ilichmond. J. W. Henry, ) Ges. J. B. Clark, a' r'ette. D. C. Garth, Huntsville. J. Re nick, Wellington. S. C. Hutchison, Glasgow. T. P. Wilkinson, Brunswick. L. B. Hardwood, Miami. T. F. Kerbt, ? Tiros. W. Sampson. Rocheport. W. L. Boter, Arrow Rock. M. B. Collins, Glasgow. . A. S. Johnson, Westport. F. A. KOUNSLER, ) LffjiBgtmu Alfred Jones, $ P. E. Yon ree, Waverly. .... . Aspling & Stevens...

Publication Title: Squatter Sovereign
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Squatter sovereign. — 20 March 1855

t S - J JSSkf A clergyman was once sent for in the - - middle of the night by one of the ladies of congregation 1 : r ,;V"' "' ; r . 4- 'Well my" gbpc' woman,' said ,he ?so :. you are? very ill,and.rcqiirej the consola- tions of religion? f What can I da for vou?" !; :' "No," .repted HJfee old lady "I am v-." only nervous and can't sleep,! ' V . -X i Vllow canlihejp thatljasked the parson. "O, sir you always put me to sleep so ''riicyly when I go to church, that I thought :V " if-you would only preach or mc! .! Z,:Z ' i . The parson "made tracks,'? . j ' - gr Thelman uith the.iiigh dickey" r-eiii to' a Horticultural Hall, the other eve ning, and upon presenting his, ticket, - the ' ' doorkeeper said, 'I want another ticket from ; yori sir."' '"i: r-r-t .v;r: " - '--. - -T Don't this ticket admit one? ' 'Yes, hut you have ?shirt collar enough ',- 'for two, and your- confounded dickey will "-hide half the stage,TSO that you must take a back scat." : , " Both the man and Iiis dickey wi...

Publication Title: Squatter Sovereign
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Squatter sovereign. — 27 March 1855

A WEEKLY- NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO POLITICS; LITERATURE, AGRICULTURE, mCAMILE AFFAIRS AM) USEFUL READING. g TltHYGFEIjX'O If & KEEIsE 1 "XJie Squatter claims the same Sovereignty in the Territories that he possessed in the States" EDITORS & JPR O JPR IE TORS VOL.. 1. ATCHISON, KANSAS TERRITORY, TUESDAY, MARCH 27, 1855. NO. 7. The Squatter Sovereign, IS PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY MORNING BY 3. II. STRING FELLOW & R. S. KELLET. Pullicaiion Office., in Squatter Sovereign Building, Jb. 3. Atchison Street. . TermT: Two dollars per annum, invariably in advance. Single copies 5 entfl, twelve cop its for fifty cents. .To CtuBs: Five copies will be Rent to one address for $U.. Ten to one address for $17. Twenty to one addrom for $32. Forty to one address for $60. Invariably in advance. 5?" Money may be sent by mail, at the risk of the Editors. Postmasters are requested to act as our Agents. BATES OF ADVERTISING. For one square, twelve lines or less $1 00 Each additional insertion, per s...

Publication Title: Squatter Sovereign
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Squatter sovereign. — 27 March 1855

The Squatter Sovereign. "The South, and her Institutions." STRXNOFlTLLOW & KELLEY, Editors. ATCHISON, KAIfc'SAS TER., r TUESDAY, MARCH 27, 1855. OloTilevtloxx Over FOR PRESIDENT, lIoii.Diivid' E. Atchison, i' .. . - - of Missouri. : FOR DELEGATE TO CONGRESS,. GEN. J. W. WHITFIELD Subject to the Decision of the Squatter Sovereigns, at the Polls. N JlKO.lX.VTl PKQ-SLA'EftY FOR COUNCILMAN, J. C. WEIBLEY. FOR DELEGATES. X9rm JTohn II. Stringfellow. ! Richard Xr. JZirlc. To the Friends of the South. On Friday next, the Squatters of Kansas will be called upon to decide whether the . government of this Territory shall be giv en over to the hands of the Abolitionists and Negro Thieves,or to the true and honest men of, the South. -Citizens of Kansas, are you prepared for the contest? Will you let local prejudices influence your votes in the coming election? If you are opposed to Abolitionism-and its results you will not throw away yourv votes on Bastard Candidates, but come up manfully t...

Publication Title: Squatter Sovereign
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Squatter sovereign. — 27 March 1855

qttnttcr fl&crrip. ATCHISON, MARCH 27, 1855. S. BWTMMER, general Newspaper Y T .ind Advertising An--ut StrcV W e Post mc St-jMOia' M0, is the authorized agent for our paper. Agents for Squatter Sovereign. - The following persons are authorized to act as Agents for the 'Squatter Sovek- c Jvdot S P. McCWrr Weston Abel & Stringfellow, J Roct & Withers, T JcDcr J. T. V. Thompson, Lltrty. J. T. Beaver, Hainsville. Headley & Baker, ) .pl Citv W. Christisow, ; FUUe G. W. Withers, Richfield. Prof. H. B. Todd, Camden Point. Jesse Miller, Hampton, Platte County. Col. . B. Ewinc, Richmond. J. W. Henry, ) gth.j. b. clIrk, I Fayette- D. C. Garth, Huntsvillc. J . Renick, Wellington. . S. C. Hutchison, Glasgow. T. P. Wi l k i n so x ', Brunswick. L. B. Hardwood, Miami. T. F. Kerbv, I Rocheport. Tuos. W. Sampson, $ r W. L. Boyer, Arrow Rock. M. B. Colliss, Glasgow. A. S. Johnson, Westport. F. A. Kouwim, ? Lexington. Alfbed Jones, $ . P. E. Youree, Waverly. AsrNo& Stevens, )para....

Publication Title: Squatter Sovereign
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Squatter sovereign. — 27 March 1855

1 t Jfunng fener; ooccococ?ccxcoocscccocc COUSIN SALLY DILLIARD. Scene Court of justice, in No. Ca. A beardless disciple of Themis rises, and thus ..addresses- the court: May it please your Worships, and you, Gentlemen of the Jury, since it has been my fortune .good or bad I will not say) 'toexcrcise myself in legal t!isquisitions,it has never be fore befallen me to be obliged to denounce a breach of the peace so enormous and transcending as the one now claiming your attention. A more barbarous, direful, marked and- malicious assault, a more willr ful, violent, dangerous and murderous bat--tery, and finally, a more diabolical breach of the peace has seldom happened in a civ ilized country, and I dare say it lias seldom been your duty to pass upon one so shoek . ing to benevolent feeling, as this, wliich ;took place over at Captain Jlice's in this . '. county, but you will hear from the witness- s. The witnesses being sworn, two or three were examined and deposed one, that he heard t...

Publication Title: Squatter Sovereign
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Squatter sovereign. — 3 April 1855

A EEKLY NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO POLITICS, LITERATURE, iGMCUI USEEUL Mfifc STRlyGJFJEJLIO W, jsTjijEi?l j -27tc Squatter claims the same Sovereignty Ui the1 Territories that he possessed in the States. ' JE jaXCT VOL. 1. " ATCHISON, KANSAS TERRITORY, TUESDAY, APRIfr 3;, 1855. TIic Squatter Sovereign, IS PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY MORNING BY 3. n. 6TRISGFELLOW & H. S. KELtEY. Publication Office, in' Squatter Sovereign llitilding, JVb. 3. Jltchison Street. Terms : Two dollars per annum, invariably in advance. Single copies 5 cents, twelve cop ies for fifty cents- To Clubs: Five copies will be sent to one address for $9. . Ten to one address for $17. Twenty to one address for $32. Forty to one address for $60. Invariably i advakce. , Money may be sent by mall, at the risk f the Editors. " -:.- - 5?" Postmasters are requested to act as our Agents. RATES OF ADVERTISING. v For one square, twelve lines or less $1 00 , Each additional insertion, per square 50 One square, three months' 4 00 4 a...

Publication Title: Squatter Sovereign
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Squatter sovereign. — 3 April 1855

The Squatter Soycrcip. "The South, and her Institutions."' STKHTGFELIiOW & KELLEY, Editors. Atfcmso!, ilansas ter:, TUESDAY, APRIL 3, 1855. Oir oraJLcvtloxx . Over FOR PRESIDENT, Hon: David R -Atchison. of Missouri. FOR DELEGATE TO CONGRESS, GEN. J. W. WHITFIELD Subject to the Decision of the Squatter . . Sovereigns, at the Polls. .. 'I : - Sustain Us:' v -.. The ' election in this Territory ha ving terminated with such' disastrous results to the Abolitionists, and with such credit to the Southern citizens, the pro-slavery press in Kansas may with propriety come in for their share of the honor' As for ourselves, we want for our beward, the well-wishes and support of our pro-slavery friends. If Is all important that we should have papers of the " right stripe" in the Territory ; and it is evident that, for a year or two, they must be supported by the South. "We then ap peal to our friends for that material aid, which is so necessary to the success of a newspaper. We shall strive ...

Publication Title: Squatter Sovereign
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Squatter sovereign. — 3 April 1855

(5 1 ATCHISON, APRIL 3, 1855 VY .and Advertising M Street, opposite the Post Office, St. Louis, Mo., is the authorized agent for our paper. Agent for Squatter Sovereign. The following persons are authorized to act as Agents for the "Satteb Sovrn- Judci S. P. McCcbdt,, ) Westoru BEI. & STHHrOKIAOW, S Rout & Withers, ( Liberty. Judge J. T. V. Thompson, $ , J. T. Beaver, Ilainsville. IIeadley & Baker, ) plaUe Cit IV. CllRISTISON, ) G. W. Withers, Richfield, p.nr. IL B. Todd. Camden Point. ' Jesse Mjli-eb Hampton, PlaUe County. Col. E. 13. Iuwikc, Kichmona. J. W. Henrt, ) pav Ge.v. J. B. Clark, 3 rctte. D. C Garth, Huntsville. J . It x, y i c k , Wellington. S. C. Hctchisoji, Glasgow. T. P. Wilkissox, Brunswick. L. B. IIabdwood, Miami. T F rEH,BY, I Rocheport. Tuos.-W. Sampsox, $ W. L. Boyer, Arrow Rock. M. B. Collins, Glasgow. A. S. Johnson, Westport. F. A. Kounsler, L(?xington. Alfred Jones, P. E. Youkee, Waverly. Asplikg & Stevens, ) Ta,kvilie. Dr. E. S. Clakdv, - S J...

Publication Title: Squatter Sovereign
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Squatter sovereign. — 3 April 1855

EES? 'J Aram Street Talk. -Two sons . of Erin were moralizing over the result of the late election. - ' ; . . "Bad news, Pat," says Mike. "Faith; an you're right there, " respon ded Pat. - . VV''; .'What would or could General Jackson say to this, if he was alive now ?" ejacu lated Mike. .- . ' "Be gorra, replied Pat, "he'd say he was glad he was dead." Poetry as is Poetry. We like the following: Timothy Hill built a mill on "Pinchgut Branch," a stream that never afforded water only in lime of a great fresh et. A wag passing by, in a very dry season, wrote upon the door of the mill house, with a piece of charcoal the follow ing : Timothy Hill Built a mill . On Pinchgut sandy plain . And thar wur no watur In a mile and quarter, -Ceptin when thar comes a great rain. "Orders of the day!" said Mrs. Partington to a friend who had taken a -eat with her in the gallery of the Sen ate chamber, at the same time taking her knitting work from the old black "ridicule." "Orders of the day," indee...

Publication Title: Squatter Sovereign
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Squatter sovereign. — 10 April 1855

? A. WEEKLY NEWSPAPER : DEVOTED TO POLITICS, : JJTKBATCRE, AGRlC'l'ITl'liK, MKRCAXTILE AFFAIRS AND USEFUL ItKADDiG. I' fTke Squatter claims the same Sovereignty iti the Territories that he possessed in the States iVOL. 1. ATCHISON, KANSAS TERRITORY TUESDAY, APRIL 10, 1855. m cm KO. 9.: 'i- . i i 1 The Squatter Sovereign, IS PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY MORNING BY . . J. II. STRISOrZLLOW fit TU S. KELXEY. Publication Office, in Squatter Sovereign Building, JVb. 3. Atchison Street. . Terms v Two dollars per annum, Invariably in advance. Single copies 5 cents, twelve cop ies for fifty cents. To Clubs s Five copies will be sent to one address for $9. Ten to one address for $17. Twenty to one address for $32. Forty to one address for $60. (5?" Invariably ix advance. 5?" Money may be sent by mail, at ih risk of the Editors. g5? Postmasters are requested to act as our Agents. BATES OF ADVERTISING. " For one square, twelve lines or less ri ,l,ntmnal insertion, per square $t 00 .. .50 One square,...

Publication Title: Squatter Sovereign
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Squatter sovereign. — 10 April 1855

: 'i 7 -. i i,. r. 1 i ir I M The SqnattCTSordg?i -., '"The South," and Her InsUtutionB."''" STRINGFELliOW & KEliLEY, Editors! ATCHISOX, ILAXSAg TEK.r ' TUESDA Yf APRII 10i JS55. ? "Iu tli is Paper flie Lan i of Congress arc PuMiilied" bjr Au thority. 4 .... - OixrovJuLotioix Over E O R. P R ESI D E N T , Hon: David R. Atcliison, of Missouri. FOR DELEGATE TO CONGRESS, GEN. J. W. WHITFIELD Subject to the Decision of the Squatter Sovereigns, at the Folia.' " Mail Regulation. r Oar readers, in " mailing their letters, should tear in mind, that all; letters, from'this time forth, must" be pbppaid tr they will N0T.be sent. Rates in the United States, under three thousand miles, three, cents. California letters ten cents, v instead of six cents as heretofore. Letters to and from, foreign countries, are subject to the same regulations as heretofore, Such are the provisions of the newpostage law. " The Election. We are not in re ceipt of full official returns from the Terri tory. ; Ofil...

Publication Title: Squatter Sovereign
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Squatter sovereign. — 10 April 1855

ATCII1SON, APRIL 10, 1855 -,-.-r"T7 General NewsDaner w. ia the a ltuorizeu . . Agents for SiaaMcr Sovereign. ii arsons are authorized to act as A'eats ior the "Sq.uatteb. Sovr.it- JCD S. P- 3ICCCHT... WcstQn . .VEt&STiNcrEi.i.owt J j. T. Beaver, Hainsville. jeadlev & Baker, ) Q. CllRISTISO-V, ) - . ii. W. Withers, Richfield. u'r IT. R. Toon. Camrlon Pni'nt." Jesse Miller, Hampton, Platte County. Col. E. B. Ewinc, Richmond. J. W. Henry, ) rwtlo Ge.v. J. 11. Clark, Fayett. D. C. Garth, Iluntsville. J. Rex ick, Wellington. , S. C. HuTcnisos, (Jlasgow.' T. P. Wilkinson, Brunswick. L. B. Hardwood, Miami, a T. F. Kerdv, ) Rocheport. TUOS. W. SaMTSOX, J r W. L. Bover, Arrow Roc! M. B. Collins. Glasgow.. A. S. 'Johnson, Westport. F. A. KOCNSLER, ) Lelinon Alfred .Jones, j P. 12. Youree, Waverly. Aspling Sc Stevens, Pai-kvilIe. ' Dtt. L. b. CtABDl', J J. F, JJoadhi7rst, riatte County. 13. V. G rover Esq, WarrensLurg. J. J. Letton, Boliver, Polk County. N. B. IIolden, Clinton, Henry ...

Publication Title: Squatter Sovereign
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Squatter sovereign. — 10 April 1855

xnr Aurnonmr. Laws of the United Slate Public r. 18J AN ACT making appropriations for the construction of certain military roads in tlxe Territories of Nebraska and Wash ingtou. . ; Be it enacted by tho Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the following sums of money be and the same are hereby appropriated for the construc tion of military roads in the Territories of Nebraska and Washington, to wit: For the construction of a military road from the Great Falls of the Missouri River in the Tertitory of Nebraska, to intersect the mil itary road now established leading from Walla Walla to Puget's Sound, thirty thousanduollars; for the construction of a military road from tfie-Dalles of .the Col umbia to Columbia. XJity iiarrstks, twenty five thousand dollars ; for the construction of a military road from Columbia City Bar racks to Fort Steilacoom or Puget's Sound, thirty thousand dollars. The said military road shall be construc...

Publication Title: Squatter Sovereign
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Squatter sovereign. — 17 April 1855

"WEEKLY "The Squatter claims the same Sovereignty in the Territories that he possessed in the States." EDITORS 4r MZOJPIZMETOIZS. VOL. 1. ATCHISON, KANSAS TERRITORY, TUESDAY, APRIL 17, 1855. NO. 10. The Squatter Sovereign, IS PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY MORNING BY i. H. STRING FELLOW & K. XELLET. Publication Office in Squatter Sovereign Building, JVo. 3. Atchison Street. "TeujTwo dollars per annum, invariably In advance. Single copies 5 cents, twelve cop las for fifty cents. To Clubs : Five copies will be sent to one address for $9. Ten to one address for $17. Twenty to one address for $32. Forty to one address for $60. 5T Invariably in advance. Money may be sent by mail, at the risk of the Editors. Postmasters are requested to act as our Agents. BATES OF ADVEBTISIHCr. For one square, twelve lines or less $1 00 Each additional insertion, per square 50 One square, three months 4 00 ' " six months 700 " twelvemonths 10 00 Two squares, three months 000 " six months 9 00 " twelvemonths ...

Publication Title: Squatter Sovereign
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Squatter sovereign. — 17 April 1855

'rtm- Mount Qitttd, ia Hasoa oasty, to OciBgtBtirf. . - oaio. - . . '- -TVom T?ir Lliboa to Cohissbiasa, la Coloza- siaa count y. - .- ' From StruVsmrffia, Tis Uirtrord'i mills, to Sowtionreea. : Froo Charlosi via Pa!ding,i3 'Paulding eo;inty, to -LJirrtO, m y an wert cormty.; Froa Van TTart, via Pa-aldln and Emerald, to Ci-anesnrill-i. - - ' - . From Deftiass, via GHead, to Perrysboreh. 1-Vom "WiUsliire to Vaa Wert, ia Van Wert oanfcy. -- - prom MicHletfln. In Batler county, Ohio, via Jacksonburgh, West ElKton,Grates and Wheat vills, to tatoa, ia Preble county; . , ; From Loganville, in Loan county, vfa Hugh T Kinaart's, in Aoglay'a county, Amherst, ii. Allen ccinty, to Lima. - From Republic, Seneca county, to Becyrus, Crawford county. - From Bourneville, Ross county,1 to Waverly, Pike county. ... From South Rome, Tia Freeburgh, to Paris. From ilome to Barryville. From .Loui3ville, on thn O & P R It, to Oa nabur. - From Bethel, Clermont -county, via Maple, Feesburgh Lewis, to I...

Publication Title: Squatter Sovereign
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Squatter sovereign. — 17 April 1855

f- r r , ATCHISON, APRIL 17, 1855. tt d SWYMMBB. General Newspaper W j Agent, nto. 14, eeconu SloslS'rost oW, St, Louis, Mo., Kgnri.ed got for our paper. f.ir sauatter Sovereign. "The fo!Ioicff persons are authorized to .act as Agents for die "Squatter Sovra- 1 J udc r Weston. Abxi. & Stwsckllow, 5 I 'RorT&WiTUKRS, Ul I JCUCE J. T. V.TllOMPSOS, 5 ' e J T. Beaver, Hainsville. IlKADLtT & BAKEB, ) AV. Cuhistisok, . ' G. W. Withers, Richfield. Pbof. II. B. Todd, Camden Foint. Jesse Miller, Hampton, Platte County. Col. E. B. Lwi kg, Richmond. J. W.Hrr, ? Fayette. (Jr.v. J. Ji. Clakk, $ V-. D. C. Gajith, HuntsviUc.; J. Renick, Wellington. C. Hctchisos, Glasgow. -' T. P. Witsiysox, Brunswick. La B. II a n wood, Miami. Z'J: I Rocheport. W. L. Boteu, Arrow Rock. M. B: Co lus s,' Glasgow. A. S. Jonssox, Westport. P.;A.;Kocm;)L - Alfred Jokes, J :. P. E. Yocbee, Waverly. Asptixo & Stevxm, parkvilk. Dj. E. S. .Claud v, S - J. F, J5oadurst, Platte County. B. W. Gbover Esq, Warren...

Publication Title: Squatter Sovereign
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Squatter sovereign. — 17 April 1855

Gea. G. 7. Whitfield. Our people are truly, lucky in - securing 30 worthy a representative in Congress as Gen. Whitfield. Since his sojourn in Washington, he has labored assiduously for the interests of Kansas Territory, and ly his personal popularity, he has accom plished even more than the most sanguine expected. Through his influence the citi zens of Kansas have been favored with Mail facilities and through his indomi table perseverance, every act introduced for the benefit of his constituents, was forced through Congress. Below will be found hi3 remarks, in the the House, in Committee of the whole on the state of the Union, while discussing the Senate amendment to the Indian ap propriation Hill. The following Senate amendments be ing under consideration: Sec. 5. Jlnd he it further enacted. That to enable the President of the United States to carry out in good taith the recent trea ties with the Ottoes and Missourias, Oma has, Delawares, Ioways, Sacs and Foxes ,of Missouri, Kicka...

Publication Title: Squatter Sovereign
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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