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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 9 July 1857

HI - - - -ft --.- - TftT jW-''''''''"""""1""M""1""la"''' SOL. MILLER, EDITOR LSD f CBLISflEtt. , , . THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. - . , : ' f j TERMS--S2.M FEB ASXCM, IS ADTA.fCE. VOLUME I.f " WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JULY 9, 1857. NUMBER C; old siDEinra hill. I have wsaotrea thmfh aaay e veBev, Ami rrsTellro o'rr wiiiii sad !; Bat there if MtMac "J epirit na rOIr, Like ifaa birth at eT ewa bilb arsis. I hat bke a ttaU, whea Pa streriaf . By Um aiee ef each tata HP; I taint afthe Uom I was elaviaf Haw Ika fxx efoU market HilL , Bart the an man la thiae aan brirNtlr, - Aatt rieaeVrthersnaotaia tee, Lika it sheae whea Via aat ee etaialr. Whoa eiy ti,ia ra tbrobbiaf with hope. I with I had a oat Bear' that faanteie, fftaH laa hm at water eoth will; I weehj asset a warm frieae aa the aMaataia, Tkst woale stop at old Sidebar; Bill. There lb people art frank aad kiodbetrtee, With ) both aisaple aad pUia; Oftaa I think ef tbe tiane wa all parted, N'Vt la meet ia thts wida warid ar...

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. — 9 July 1857

El)c Kansas !jicf. Ot JtllXER t t l EDITOR. WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS! Thursdaj, :::::: Jalj 9, 1857. Sensible -"Talk.. It lias heretofore been the practice of the Free State party to hurrah for any thing proposed or done by the Free State tncn, no matter how wrong or absurd it might be f and the same course has been " pursued by the Tro-SIavery party, in regard to the acts a . v oi ine rro-fciarery men. lint we are - pleased to see a decided change in this respect. The following sensible lan guage is held by the Squatter S overcign, whose editor, while in Ohio, was one of the most uncompromising Free-Boilers, (and no donbtstill is,) and who was "in' for every extravagant measure concocted by his party, regarding Kansas matters. Like every one else who comes to Kan sas, he sees things in an entirely different light than that in which they appear to people at a distance. The views here ex pressed by the editor of the Sovereign, are precisely those which have always been entertained by the ...

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. — 9 July 1857

I; ' J i' Corrcsponbtuce. Otrso, Ms July 5th, 1857. Mr. Emtoi: When friends meet, the univer sal question U now, " Well, how did yon s lend the Fourth?" I will answer that question, in part, for some six or seven hundred people who remained here. Remained here for divers rem -eons some, because they didn't want to go else where, if they had to pay their way; some, be came they were too lazy to walk, and wanted the Fourth of July to be brought to them; and others, because they loitered too long by the way, and lost the chances of going. But all who remained, hare no reason to grumble, un less it is those who gnunble simply becaose they can old bachelors, for instance, who would never be pleased with anything, however good it might be, and to whose composition pleasant ness is a foreign element; and the introduction of the least particle of affection into their cross grained natures, would throw them into eonvul sions. Bat let me answer that question, and leave the old bachelors alone...

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. — 9 July 1857

BE3T BOLT.- fecj i1 Toa Mwhit lb aora, Baa Bob, Tbe baya arith Ma aa red, W) draak witk 4rllfa, laa rfcey M, . AaJ alwari not arvak I bed! tathaaU jrara-rari ia raa tic tth tow, I mm abater a3 alsae, "Tiny ban pH I IK, aaa1 tbe jay Tt apViga , Ban dropped arT, mm by a'. Od! Sea je mtdn the jet. Baa Boh. . AW tbe rprta; at taa foot at tha bin, .... tfbrnm eft mSi bue, ia lb Snan hwi; Aad draak y aar awfjt 4111 ' Tie ajtinj ia tiled ariik mad, Baa Bab, AadtbawiUhefiiaMwoaad; Aad lha food aid Jej. aad it wbttkay twaM, Li bmlua aad fpittn&a the jreaad. Ob! daaH a raawaaW lha tavera, Bea Bait,' AW eW bar-keepa, tied aad tree, . AWthenttlaaaekatttoeadartbeber, . WWn w aavBawad Aanah draw? . Tbe aim b karat U lha (raaad. Baa Blt, Tbe battle are eracked aad err; Aad eftbe boy' wb "epread It" tbrre, . Tkara teauia bat jraa and I! a Getting Used to It. "Somewhere about here," write a Southern correspondent, "lires a small firmer of such social habits that his coming home intoxicated was o...

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. — 16 July 1857

. . - - hi. L HA A,q ? A 1 s?v Tvefs yf a iix ti lit hi. m u n . ! - Y I II r II SJ,irm IU 11 i7l!K Mt 1 ui 1 11 - 11 ikb 1 u ii 1 11 - r in 1 U M III. U9 LVJK.'AJI - 1 if V 6F 1 I ; SOL. MILLER, EDITOR iXD rmiSBEE. ' ; , V ' . THE CONSTITUTION AND -THET UNION. .' . TESSIS $S.M PM ISSra, IDTiXCE. ' . VOLUME I. " WIJITE CLOUD, KANSAS; THURSDAY, JULY 16, 1857. ' ' ' . . - I NUMBER 7. - jMBMMMaaMajaaaaaaaaaaaay-aaas.. 1 i r " i i . i i 1 " T ; ' VSIOH PATRIOTS. , " ' Att-Ti Mtrirnm mtlmd. Tt fonau mt tb Vmltm. Wh In mtin Umii WhoM kr W lyi, Wld n4 trvs, . T WuhiatWl owwJ; , UA f j i raicM bod ud leaf, '- Afthm n HtiI niifr, Am dww fhat j km . Hut ia UmioB v m (: Tbaagk tkmtumm eloadt 4nkm afi wandt . That ia Uaiaa an anag. ' ' Tk agririta f jpear fubm MU aalauta fm Maad, . Vor tfca Cat, wa tkair gneioaa work, - . Aad iWjr pmwad it food. Wkat tbay wita m aiaeli bbor atloafat," - Taor aobfe haadt tbaD urt; : Pot lit jaat, that tba ( nut Of tha m tBmatfix ," , Bboald ka heaond by tba fmll...

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. — 16 July 1857

SOL. KILLER, ------ EBITOB. WHITE CL0tTl, KANSA3: Thcrjday, : t I i i i J? 15, 1857. CESlBAI CITt. Among the numerous towns and eities fcprfnging np in the Far Wert, there it nons that offers more inducements Jo set tlers who design making a jtermtrwnt lo cation, or presents f greater combination ;' of advantages, than Central City. Here j the eyes of those well acquainted with the V natural and artificial advantages which combine to make farorable location for a large city," are turned with confidence. ai the site of Central City possesses snch adventagas, in an eminent degree. Let us occupy email space in setting forth some of the reasons why Central City feiuil ultimstely (and that at no distant day) make a place of great importance, although towns which now appear to be OB the highway to prosperity, may fail This infant City is located on the south bank of Platte River, in Nebraska, oppo site Grand Island, two miles west of Fort Kearney. The military reservation he longing to Fo...

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. — 16 July 1857

Corrtsponbcuce. Oeecoh. Mo, July 8, 1857. Dttaa Cmf-- Sinoe, " in the course of hu man errata U become necessary " - J"1 per should be enabled to record current events or greet national importance, - we, tht taour eelf, have eUiroed the patriotic pleasure of sufo mittinr a report of the Celebration held here on the glorious Fourth, "according to previous amngeBent' Beliering that the" Border-Ruf-fians " of Kansas, and the " outside barbarians " vho comprise the balance of mankind, need the light which tbii highly interesting occasion baa evolved, to illnminate their " onward march' to civil renown; and alto beliering that thee proceeding will largely swell the rising tide of historic events, which are flowing - fur down the vista of future years," to enrich and fructi fy the political and intellectual soil of some " model Republic " yet to come; we turn to the narration, " crashed to earth " with the magni tude of our responsibility' On the night of the 3d, we " retired to our virtu...

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. — 16 July 1857

jjt gm cf Ik (Ltng. A KTISaTXITO STOET. I'orlrt'r Spirit rf th Timet telle at lanjta tie tterj k,ich lb MiariMrr tsU all etarch brjtlimn ea w, wmii tirniii i 8tu, I witn-ried trtnt wntre I will brr relate: 1 Twu i a a, aasnitivat wild, VtWrf aeoatiae rlorr orarci aver mil: N lVtett warre la boon of aaiiotrst emara bwi Ware bwi frtealL ind where piattem prowled; " And, m mj war J, aaaayaUaB, tberr wm fond, - Mas at which, I rliiak, mid waigli a noa.' Mot Cm ad rite sow thaa the wmpj ihmit TfctT aft wire kaawa la tliaak tSa tree tad Wr." ' Bow ha wm efcarrfcad for thi auatraat Mar, U Mid. aa Mi afca il X ladaad, 1 think that mmnr of thn wean)!" , Tha deaeoa caw at aaea that ba waa eaarat, ' ' Tat derau hiaiwirraltartd, en aaeaad thaarht. . "Bat thaa tha iaraiar-thiak af that, grata . Sack aMaatiow fiaa! Erplaia it, if job era!" "Way, thai, mi Mead, I aaa azplaia with aaaa Tn tUmi tt . "r-rkn tk" clM (V PHE6ENT. FASHIONS. wwiiaurwwsini KaM ap ta tha tkyl ' ath hands foil f fletrncct, K...

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. — 23 July 1857

r fern if3' J 1 SOL. MJLLE2, EDITOR ASD PUBLISHER. 1 S,V Xv i : - Its fc. il I m I m i v i hi ill i i;i - i TER3IS $2.00 PER AXXUM, IJ ADTAXCE. VOLUME Li jNOMBER 8. THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS, THURSDAY, ' JULY 23, 1857, . ' i . . i, and see that the villaint eckr I and an exit gained; the whole forte of- the In-1 If an; one will visit the h I. Y? ZEE WE FASTED BT TEE KILL. .. BT AHSA MARIA WELBT. -H t k mm laek. Marv 1 . Vrwt t u.m4 rr w-- - Ofiy jaWla ibia . . liruk tW Sif-r-. id It Mootm, - Wb-ri I ata-afS. tbaa M arv E wa p-t a by ilL Ok, Aa slat .a lij1 -r-ai-.$ Trr-a tW cWar aky-i cmul aari. Pal I iu fWaa, . 1 F this eyes sal m ike ai-ru . Aad On Wk -J ka lora-lijWH. . Ta BiM a-r praiaad at win, WW-thy rK witk aioa . pll-tad, r w art aj by the taill. Tat aamk r iwilif-. Mrrv, AsS rh k r ni tl mf uU, Tint A harr thai eeaM aat v; rv, Fraaj ajiaa awajr m nM; Aaa tW torn J. ito sbld - pranaa1 lbs-. ' 1m tfciaa lar " "1 'a. As aj-lip. dMlaattiaMkanaaJ tiara,...

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. — 23 July 1857

9 - .- V- 6 W W SOL- MILIAR, ------ EDITOR. WHITE Thirsday, : CLOUD, EATS AS: July 231857, The Topeka Constitution. . Tbis appears to be the great rock upon which the Free State party of Kansas has split, and on account of which, that por tion who are acting sensibly in the mat ter, arc receiving snch sound abuse. The Topeka Constitution, in the first place, was one of the greatest hembags of the age. It was framed by a Convention of 'Delegates elected withont any legal au thority, before the Territory was author ized to form a Constitution, and at a time when it was certain that she did not con tain half the population requisite to entitle her to a State G overnment. And because that Constitution prohibited Slavery, ev ery Free State man was asked to fall down and worship it, no matter how plain its illegality, or submit to the most violent ' denunciation and abuic. This Constitu lion was paraded before Congress, with the demand that Kansas shonld be ad mitted as a State under it ;...

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. — 23 July 1857

orrcsponbtuce. Oacsos, Mo, July W. 1857 Mr. Edito Th mtrimonUl pey if ao- ing a thriving tannest. Numerous srlicaiions haTS been made by individuals, of nrioti con ditions, comjJexjons, and propurtioni. AH have evinced an lire tatisfsrtion except one eople tlabided, ' spindle-shanked, wbapper-jawed, cooked -backed, beet-noted, bald-pate, crusty bachelor, long since man of nurture age, ami a peaked-nosed, weaxle-faeed, red-head edi cross eyed, freckled lady, of an age entitling her to . respect and veneration. Tbeae two hare evinced decided dielike foe each other, on account of personal appearances, and the rather sparse man ner in which nature aeomt to hare endowed them with tha charms common to humanity. One young man, whose perceptions have not led him far enough into a proper conception of the (Marines we have undertaken, writes to as for a " chaw 'tobacco. He has certainly mis taken the appropriation of " 15 cents to tay to baeco with," intended for the private uses of the compa...

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. — 23 July 1857

Jim :'tf Cjriw;, . Tie Fine Old "Dutch Gentleman. :. Teas "TunOUEtlakOfwOtma.' n seaf ye Pcitsehra aoef lest Bui von Kn Vol kaept a brer birr seleoe ap la Bowsry thiM; B tat 4 jboinoyosf, ehpack aat ant efrrr kind of peat; CmlahveoraaawMffrasbaa, lao top da peeple, so asoeh aa a barrel of aarrtrom, vat I poibelo of lafar Uf. awry meratttf. k rood est! Ba aa a faa Ok Datekca SJssotknsaa, aw at at pestest kind.-" By do timlaoss ia his bier ssloos, efery taeniae aa rood liitabsnjeef Petaarjpsdowabvruisidr, cut a grass ap ia Mi knd; L'al ay hhnaelfaa Iraki dis doart, leh listen da Vsdrv- lnd. Cat audeot ya ooaMst Deitsene verstehr, for he voald ais Isrtok (aaprakea van he'd m, o7eseMe.Seeks. oso gisssea daoiloi aa ktenaa-aai-aaanaMfiahdW" akianaiiai la Iskksn.bia," yoa eoeld mix aadrr Sis to Ok Dsttahea Eheetleasaa, von af de goat ah kind. Hi aaee'ves red aa a beetle yaw, be deodar aat isk dree ilia Boot eot ecr:aea laches wide, his ere ma plaek ash; Hieri sail de Fiesaagrrbnad, aat ha ...

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. — 30 July 1857

4 v 77 7 J. . . 1 - ..; - - 4 I I i, i 1 fly I i! Hi r i SOL. MILLER, EDITOR iSD rrBLISHER. . THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. TERMS $2.00 PER IXSZU, R ADT1KE. VOLUME Li WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JULY 30, 1857. Z 77" ' NUMBER 9. r IV THE FAMOUS 7ICTORT. BT ROBERT SOVTBEY. . It wee a . OU Out wart war. re, . Awl to before nie eatteee fear, i Was ainieg i Ure m; , Axl to him aported ea th -reea, Hia Kttk grak-hjld, Wllhelmiaa. ftee eaw bee brother felertin -MiatiUiihRtuimili Ttol to toeido Ito riealet. In alaeiac there to4 fcead. tou fUM u eee erne So toil feond. Tta we "re. Ml roeed. OU Oa-pec rook i r-e tto bar, WW -toed nww to. Aail ttoa (to oH -n eto Hie toed, And WsvH e a-"--! Mri; T w p-ee a.Ww' knil. Mi4 to, Wto Mi i that T"I eH-w." 1 ted there In ptVi, for There, mnv tor eSeor: A.d ee-ei when. T w pw. IHT " 'to I Far wr'V a aw. oid to, "War- aleia la thai T-el Tt-Mrv." "New aril aM what "Iwaa al Yearn- Petarkia to ertee, A ad HttW Wiltolraiae leoeed a With wneder waitiaf e...

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. — 30 July 1857

" -'iEtjc Kansas 'tfljicf. aOL. MILLER, - - - -'EDITOR. WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS: Titndxy, :::::: July 30, 1857. Retort Correct. The report that Got. Walker had marched to Lawrence at the head of a company of troops, proves correct As usual, parties differ as to the necessity or propriety c-f the move. . The Pro-Slavery men afirm that the Legislature bad granted a city char ter to Lawrence, hat that the people had never organized under it ; bat that they lave Organized an independent govern ment of their own, under the Topeka Constitution, with the intention of col lecting taxes, and resulting the legal au thorities of the Territory ; and that they have al&o sent a proclamation throughout the Territory, calling cpon the people to do the same. On the other hand, the Free State party contend that they had no city gov- - r . , . .1 . m emmcni in .Lawrence ; mat we streets wore In a filthy condition, and that the only object of their organization was to clean tUa 11 tree Is, the expenses...

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. — 30 July 1857

Drttsponbtuce. (For the Chief.) -Obkoo. Mo., July 26, 1847. ' Mr. Edito: Our business is increasing wery rapidly. The of cotton," czeecdi any- ttung that has ever appeared in the " upper coun try." Hocxoxxs ain't nowhere. Some of our heaviest dealer here, are going tosell oat, and lerk for pi; they are ashamed of the compara tively small business that they hare been doing, and think, like sensible fellows, of elerating themselves In the business world. ' That " perfumed letter " came along after a rery tediom wandering through the Post-Officea. For the benefit of the public we hare present it July first Sent Joseph, Mo. T Fiddlestick PhUnUr it Ct.i I feed ia your last paper a company of fellers had rig up a institution and pice theirselfs to jrit for the small sum of fifteen sents husbands for gals that give them a call, money is no objeck towns, we can shower K down like rain, to push abed an if we cum out rite side up we will pay you dabble. We had a mee'in of our gals last night ...

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. — 30 July 1857

t wx of riiig. SPOlsTAliTOTJS COMBUSTIOIf; Or, A Warning to Dram Drinkert, The amine was cold end rsw; Aad ev i fclarin fin. Te wane hi dey, sad sun" ewsy Hit ear?, tat Obediah. A faree tk) Hood, And oft be drained it ixj Aw) oftea, too, to filled it sp A battle eteniiar aifh. Maw, Obel ta a thinkinr, ataa, AW see ba suite forjet Tba sards bale, aad every thief Except hi, kpy let. t tbaafht ba wu ia Parailfe, Aad aat tba sews ef Lrna He fancied foonuint playing such, . And rim nisaiar (ia. Bat wbaa ba stooped ta light bit pi pa, Wbich bad by ebaaea expired, Bit akahoiic body was Epaataatauhr trad. Tba tames m eattfht tba eaiUiag . sad Were Maa fee eailee roa4 And ia aa bavr, tha aid Lyaa Iaa Wu Larat dawa to tba (roand! Tba nairaar fond a riorr aasve A-raairj 'aaonrat tba Keens ' Bat aoBf bt was hand af Obed, lava Hit battoai and bit boa. As AbolitioaUt Quizzed. Under this caption, a Holly Springs, Miss., correspondent of the Memphis Eagle and Enquirer, relates the subjoined anecdot...

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. — 6 August 1857

f BB" Mi 0 SOL. MILLER, EDITOR iXD rCELISHEE. THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. ' i TERMSr$2.0O PER ASXIJSl, IS ADTA5CE. VOLUME i,( ' , WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 6, 1857 - . NUMBER 10. i i i i i - ii n' Tr in I ii " FT, S05Q 0? THE OEFICE-SEEKEB. . ' A PARODY. BT ARTHUR MORRILL. Heifb-ho! for aa efiee. heirh-he! , --.rr T. T-T. aova, wOMie m . . . tint amd what hi., fcirh " " FroM a bef-tove lo Mirth. I r Miff. Tm avttiaf ote Beady, "! ptaia With aiy eleUiee an My prefect, win fade; leaathiakotbegriBf araia rata luy to work t mj trad. , I MM leek It to rwry hifh aaaS?, Whee offered aa oliee so higher " Thaa CoawaMo ow, glal raoaf h Weal! I W to i triat of tewa-erier. WMbit? laMverwtiatbeereeda Of alt p-wtie, .H-r tlx earn: I will U rmrt will. dirr dd Ooty r whM " " Who bi-U? I wiH trr io key Major, Fot the mm mT two dolter. a day, With eeaal Hfctt (fee wagert For JaaM K. Folk or Henry Clay. Aad ifiwitWoftk. rs ia ral, Fot tho xilaUHi" I thee o baaJ Ahhsvt tMf U aot, I will...

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. — 6 August 1857

EDITOR. WHITE CLOUD, XASSAS: ThnrsdaT. t : : ! : Attest 6, 1857. w., . . t. AGENTS. ' : J. C TVnnrnncE. .'Snecemsor to W.S. Sara mer.) North-Vet Comer of Olive and Main Streets, St. Louia, u our Apent in that City, for soliciting Subscriptions and Advertisement, tad making collections lor inj nieu J. J. Rcixr, &q.. Port Master, Oregon, Mo J. T. Mm" i West Alexandria, Preble Co., O. Doniphan County. Uur uoonty is one 01 tne very best n the Territory, in every respect : ami, ac 'cording to the cenis, the third in point of population. Leavenworth and Dong 1m Counties ire represented as being more populous ; tut it is onr belief that, were 'the censns taken correctly, it would show lis to be second to Leavenworth. And, should the Counties not be cat np into mailer ones, we believe, in a few years, - we should run Leavenworth very close, in this respect We have a river border of 75 miles; and a width varying from 3 to 25 miles. , " Doniphan County possesses all the el ements to rende...

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. — 6 August 1857

v.-- Corrcsponbtutt. (For the Chief.) - A STROLL THROUGH ZA3TSA8. We arrived at low Point, with our earpet Back in band: we went ashore, nd k per spective view of Iowa Point After a atroU of half an hour, we were perfectly sausueu w ue part in peace for the prairie. After an hour or two tramping we found ourselves at Troy, the County Sect of Doniphan County. We remain ed there all night, and In the morning, we trav elled a westward course; passed through a ery fine prairie country, and occasionally saw some beautiful groves of timber. The section of coun try we paned through i almot t entirely settled, and considerable improvement made, and the crops of corn were looking exceedingly well. An abundance of good water Ti foSnd tn part of Kansas. Late in the evening we found ourselves entering the flourishing town of White Cloud, on the Missouri River, six miles above Iowa Point We were ery much surprised to see so much improvement going on in White Cloud, the title to the site of which...

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. — 6 August 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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