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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 19 May 1859

I. in t It zZ2sxr' . . - 111 I : III if I f i in i m tJ-lH 1U .1- WM ' - ' ' ' . : SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AD PUBLISHER. VOLUME II.-NUMBER 49, j THE WIFE'S APPEAL. ' BTW. C. BENNETT. Ok, don p to-nlht, John! ' w, neilisnd, ooatrein! - - To spend aaly , Joha, Weald be end sin. Then'. not t loaf at boa, Joba; There's aot a coal, yon anew; Tnoefb with-beajer I la faiet, Jobs, And mM comes eow, the "now: Tina don't o ant to-ai jht Ab, Joba, roe au reaaeeaber, And, Joba, 1 eaat forget. Whea aerer foot of yoers, Joba, Was ia Iba ale-boas aal. Ah, tboM wara banriy tiiaea, Joba: Ha quarrels then are kaear; And aoaa were happier, ia oar lane, TUaa I, dear Joba, and yon: ' -TUea doet je ia to-nijhl! , Yoa vill not (o! John, Joba, I aiiad, iJ H'fcea a wm eoarting, few ' Had arai at itroag, or ttep ai firm, (H cheek a red u yoa: nat driak hu itolea yoar M rea?th, Joba, Aad paled yoar cheek to white; ilu aMleria. made yoar oaea firm tread, . Aad bowed yoar aualy heijhu YoaU aot jo ia lo-aight! Voall...

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. — 19 May 1859

&f)e Kansas l)icf. SOL. SILLER, ..... EDITOR. WEITZ CLOUD, XAXI1S: Tktniij, : : : : : Mij ltt lMt. The AnEXiTioK Question. The peo ple of Southern Nebraska here decided to elect Delegates to the Eiuu Constitu tional Convention, and are getting tbcir candidates into the field. While we hare been, and still are, in favor of the annex ation of the Sooth Platte country, yet we hare ear doubts as to the propriety of this election movement. Congress shonld have first effected the annexation. The Administration, backed by the Senate, is unfavorable to the admission of Kan 1 sas as a Free State, and she will not ap ply for admission otherwise. Any pre text, therefore, to keep ber oat, will be eagerly seised upon. If a Constitution be presented, denning the Platte as the northern boundary of the State, they will reject it on that account; and besides, the protest which Northern Nebraska would end op, would exert an influence against it. The Constitution may be so framed, that Congress mi...

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. — 19 May 1859

Citj tiae about Annexing South Kansas. Platte rollout, &-JfcLea'tni0iher' f2?or Disturbing U Peac.--SuU Supposed tol Mortally el - t. Amvrm oinM) meeting " nem " 'c ' , , ihsska' City for the parpose of wnd- ?!!L , ik. Kansas Constitntion- iffintioa. Speeches were ma-le in V of and Sin8t tho proposition. T. . ... mnch excitement General slC5e"u," :lt in nnnnsitinn ..... wss vetr "J"-"" -err tlu movement . TT crsvs the lie to bich was resented by ,e pe"on' r' i rna,l I) Calhonn. Ilere ".l-i m.Ice ensueJ, when a German MriM w" : . i . r , pistol and fired at some one. bat Li his aim. Jndge Bennett, seeing aTdUoI. rnshed forward with a stick. j it il id. struck the German, when woanding lienneu in me groin, kicb. ft u &otlEiit' w!u ProV6 faUl " -,;.mntat this time became so wine, s mob was about to be raised to I.,, tbe German. Jndge Miller, arriving ..L nlM. a aelled the excitement The Gennu vis arrested and placed in the u-k-nn with fire men to guard him. r' .l. .re c i d nr....

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. — 19 May 1859

Don't Kill the Toadi. A friend complains that the ants injure Lis peach trees. One of the greatest n nibilators of ants, as well as other insects, in this country, I conceive, is the toad. A lew of these useful quadrupeds in a garden, are a pretty sure guarantee against the destruction of plants by ants, bogs, worms and flies. Where indigenons to the country, they can be easily collected and placed in the garden. Not being very swift on the foot, they do not wan der far from home, bnt have a strong at tachment for the locality in which they reside, and will, terrapin-like, sometimes return to the place from which they are forcibly driven, unless prevented by some obstruction which they cannot remove. The adage says, "There is no telling by tho looks of a toad, how far lie can hop." They arc a very grave and sedate look ing animal, and if they do not "go forth at eventide to meditate," they most ccr ' tainly choose that time to roam abroad in quest of food. For this purpose, they - a...

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. — 26 May 1859

.-. -. ... - - r - -.i " a. :. . . :i:. k'v,;j:':'l,:''i . :--r.; :. lilllK f ; LllP;Mr' IMF' ' VOLUME Hr-NUMBER 50. j TO MY WIFE. Tby chrk ii pale with unr caret, Aid thy f & . T Tlwl te!b f mtiowb put; B bun fcvfc ibr imgm far . Botr tUrk r tJ be Mj W, tan far eootfort, law, to (!, tytoutifnl. wife! - Thy gtk - brigUt As wbea I . xkem first. Yet stall tbej aave Uw iimt awe lixht, WTuea loaf my hmut aalh War it; They aara the tutu aachaatiaf Warn, Wheel. ebaraaJ m it lore! airly dream; Ani uil wiia joy oa they stream, My aeaattfal, my wife! VThea all wit boat looks dark and col.!, Aad voieei change Ibeir toat, im greet aia as they di J of old, I feel I'm mot aloae; Far taaa, my kre, art the a, Ad loAks aail deetla thy faith proclaim; Ta all ihoalJ ttora, tboa wouMst blame, My heaatifal, my wife! A thaJaw coasas term, my heart, Aad avarcloads my fata, WWaeer I think thoa maj'st depart, And kave ma desolate; Foraa t wretch who tread alone, eaK gloomy pith, i wtltl onknowa, Sack U...

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. — 26 May 1859

SI): KctnsciD l)tcf. SOL. SILLER, EDITOR. WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS: Tfctrsfay, : : : : : May 2f 1859. Democratic Pow-wow. A correspondent at Troy, gives as eraphic account of the pow-wow of the Democracy, at that place, 1 week. We know every word of it fa trae, for it is characteristic of the ringed, atreaked and striped fag-ends, rag-tag and boh-tail, of which the Kansas Democracy is compos cd. ft seems that there is a fuss in the camp, growing out of an attempt of few to appear in their trae colors. They all agreed' that their true sentiments were with tho old Pro-Slavery organization ; but for policy'a sake L t. to gull the people they mnst contend that the Sla very issue is settled. Tho whole thing was no doubt cooked np by some secret conclave, sacb as that locked np in the rear of Sidney Tennent'e office. The Democracy of this place liel J no meeting to appoint delegates, and we dooM whether throo persons in town knew that a Convention had been called yet White Cloud had a delegate...

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. — 26 May 1859

add certain persons nac dos . M n0 roads leading to fhu lllc' w 'gros. error, for the roaJslead L .wwm fiood.Jf notbet- " r k , gross error, Tor me roaus Tba "r .. -nn.1. If not bet Lthoi"iiiDto,,not;ertow" tff 1 m. KIo'li i rr. and . t0 this place - b - the river. Aue "" 011 JI lew!, with scarcely any slonghs. fe.longbsonsever.loftheroads Wine wst, h8Te iecendj 166,1 g Ltbe Government trains, the first or Jich will start within a few daja. In this connection, we will state, for & iofonnation of travellers from the di- ertion of the Nemaha and Blue, that Vbite Clond is mnch the nearest point 0B the river, and we have a Steam Ferry which is not surpassed ly any on the r Persons bound for Northern Mis- Iowa. Illinois, Wisconsin, and Michigan, will find this ronte at least for ty miles nearer toan oy way 01 ou -.1. . nd there are good roads on the j'cri side, leading in all directions. Trirellers from the aoove oiaiesio ior gen Kansas and Southern Nebraska, sill iai the same advant...

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. — 26 May 1859

or tf fanner,' ; Quantity of Garden Seed to Plant. Asparsgns One ounce protlnces 1 ,0 00 plants, and requires a seal bed of abonl 12 square feet. ' - Asparagus Roots One thousand bed, 4 feet wide and 225 feet long. Beans, - English Dwarf One qnart plants from 100 to 150 feet of row. Beans, French Dwarf One quart plants 350 hills, or 250 foct of row. Beans, Pole,, (larger) One quart plants 100 hills. Beans, Pole, (smaller) One quart plants, 800 hills, or 250 feet of row. Beets Ten pounds to the acre; one ounce plants 150 feet of row. Broccoli One ounce plants 2,500 or 3,000 plants ; requiring 40 square feet of ground. Brussels Sprouts Same as Broccoli. Cabbacre Early sorts, the same as Broccoli: the latter require 60 fect of) ground. Cauliflower The same as late Cal lage;. Carrot Three or four pounds to the acre; one onnce to 150 fect of row. Celery One onnce gives 7,000 or 8,000 plants, requiring 80 feet of ground. Cucumber One ounce for 150 hills. Cress One ounce sows a bed 16 feet...

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 June 1859

j -r- - - . .'.'t'"-: .. i' . t '. mi ''i:. ... If id' P I ft W ft HP 11. f IS. il - - . . . v .... VOLUME II. NUMBER 51. (icc fktrg. THE LOVER'S VISION. BY AUCE CAREY. . Th ua V tlae sUri woe!. Hue, whiter thas mow, And the ded leaves keep (orjia; And MoaDinx below. Vbo treads through their di m ai f Now an.wer fair; Ti MC the bat'i flabby win - Beating tlit air! A lift tI(b rise-, Tboajh ditnlf deline.li Aad a haad oa mj forelteatt Lie cold a tit wind; 1 cU th whit bow at So beart bau beneath! On the lij., pale aad rorelv, There trem'de no breath! Tlie rrd noon wu clim'o.i.j The rough rock. bHiind, AuA tlie d. leare kept Muaaing. As now, ta the wind; The white tr were hinin Thronh flood-rift above, U'hea fiiM in thete dim wroaJs, 1 told few my love. Il.ilf femd, half rejiroarliful, She pace., in mr fare. An 'I her aliriitVing form uffVreJ Mr IVr.-id emlrice; Ai'l tekin nt, lin-ered. U'itb lure. baJtful art. Till tlie liht of her dnrk eyei Burned down te my bean! l.ilc t!e Irrfofa ...

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 June 1859

Et)e-Kansas )tt IOL. MILLER, . . EDITOR. WHITE CLOUD, XAK8AS: Thursday, : : : : : Jwe 2, 1859. Beware of the Traitor ! . We are credibly informed that J. P. Johnson, (belter known as ' Hog-eye Johnson," or vLong-tail Johnson,") ha been insidiously attempting to- induce the Free State voters of IowToint and Highland to betray their party, ly acratching the same of. Mr... Markham from their tickets, and. inserting that of the renegade, Hubbard, in its plsce. II is principal mode of working, u by getting n a hatred aeainst White Cloudy i He expects to accomplish this at Iowa Point, "by stirring op an old grudge ; and at Highland, by urging the fact that nub bard is a resident of that place. - no may influence a few wavering persons, but we have been assured that he cannot accom plish much. His tricks are known, and it is generally felt that he is a deal weight te any cause he engages in. We feel confident that the Free State men of the two places in question, when they consid er over t...

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 June 1859

trT " -tine on tbe 1st, says " ".n changed bis resiacnc w - m escape objection it taf t i.;. f,rm of office ex- .jtMr.n"" . . A.rinrtwo Senators from Jew Jjjrtttt MN BcDjam,D' ;offlc..re.r4SobyMr.Ba- oToftbe Alton Democrat k"1""' be b. J al Ance K"' . rr!b and says he would not ex-oCheUdent-behu "!?khe President has not, and could biwsntedUeTersobadly. .rt cle licaaeu, " I It open, by saying, "This is a strange S1-- and closes with the confession, "I u Z 009 efcf." The spology is entire-"t&frrWT- Necessity knows no law, and THE CHEAPEST AMD BEST NEWSPAPER, IS THB LLCSTIIATED UNITED STATES JUl'ItXAL. If iw Yon iLurrrtATSo Uictko Srarts Joc- xai. ExTaaoaoisaar Ansoumcuicmt. Every purchaser of $1 bottle of tbe Arctic Liniment, receives, at Dr. Bragg's expense, the Uniit Statti Journal, ot New York, for one year. The Journal is a Urge illustrated paper each number containing 16 pages, beautifully printed oo clear white paper, and died with original matter from the most brilliant wri...

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 June 1859

STEAM FKRRY WIIITKACI-OUD! A LARGE, new and excellent tJpsL Steam Kerrv Boat ku been if, n placed in the Missouri River, it While Cloud, which will be run in all kinds of weather, when the river is open, as often as may be required, on week daysi and on Sun liys, four times, viz: betweem the hour of 9 and 10 o'clock. A- M., and th hnur nf 4 and 5 o'clock, P. M. This place is the terminus of the State Road fmm Kt. IV, t ..inna. Iowa: there is an excel lent road leadiug to Forest City and Oregon, Mo-; and good road leading into the back country of Kansas and Nebraska, to which White Clond U at least six miles nearer than an? other river town. Tina Boat is one 01 me hi in the river, and Is manned bvanexpenen ced Engineer and Pilot, and a sober .active and imnctual aet of handii. Penions wiahinc to have themselves, their stock, lumber, or freight of nv kind transported across the river, will find White Clond the place for them to be accommo dated in the best manner, with the least possi...

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. — 9 June 1859

or 1 irT-, : ' V "rv r?jzx &vr. 1 l i j j: Ifftd 1 ill rfff JIM- ! 1 a 1:1 7oL. JHLtEB, EDITOR AXD PCLLISIIER. VOLUME II. NUMBER 52, j BALLAD OF ELEAXOBE. hardly Tmmi onr wJm rf a Qoawue ' . i. sr,., EJsrard I. war rem- ais im ccrrws i 7 " Weetmiosttr.) Osi,fsil'T,''''',,,s ..iMifM Wetter 41"," " ' r" ' Was the blush of that sweet C.nlilliia Girl, with the deep bran eyes, As sw hP!"7 llMrt 6re" firm"' a the stanfe, bright days of yore. When she beard young Edward matron, m lore thee, Eleanore!" f Sweeter thaa musical eadeae Of the wiad 'mid cedar aad lime, a I, ta a timoroat maiden's Heart, ia the fresh spring lime; Smut thaa wave that matter Aad break oa a sinuous shore. Are the songs her fancies alter Te brewe-eyed Eleanor. They twaia weot forth tosether. Away o'er the Midland Main, Through the gollea pomroer weallicr. To Syria's mystic plain: Together, toil and danger And the death of tlseir lured ones bore. And perils from Parniia, stranger Thaa death to Eleaoore. tVhert Lin...

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 June 1859

fjc Kansas ljicf. 0OIi MILLER, ..... EDITOR. WHITE CLOUD, KAKSAS:' TkirstUy, : : : : : Jane fl, 1850. ' Clou or the Yolcme.- This number closes the second volume of the Chief. We have the melancholy and disagreea ble announcement to make to some per norm who have prophesied that we would noon "peg out," that we do not intend to peg" we are not one of tho "pegging kind" bnt intend to keep right on, the name as if such persons had novcr live We see brighter prospects ahead, than ever heretofore, and intend to do all in oar power to deserve a liberal patronage from the people of Northern Kansas. We take this occasion to bid an affec tionate farewell to a number of subscri- bcrp, who will receive the paper no longer, unless they Turk over and may the Lord have more on their souls ! 3T A terrible affair has recently oc corred in St. Louis. As Mr. Joseph Charlew, one of the most prominent bus iness men of the city, and a member of the firm of Chailcss A Blow, was quietly walking the stree...

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 June 1859

1359. STEAort of www c,ond- " m ..urn nnv C Florilda, March 10 10 16 Thos. fc. I ui Omaha, Omaha City, Emigrant Sioux City, Hesperian, E. M. Ryland, Asa Wilgos, . Spread Eagle, White Cloud, April Hannibal, Omaha, Iatan, E. A.Ogdcn, Wm. Campbell, 13 14 raiTnt oUc.ty. fUcit,r'., MespefiB' Eat-i ffi.it ClooJ, jjniiibl 0lBtht' April I'.flijrmnt, j Jin Warner, AJU'S . v.. Cifflptx111' florrnce, iooi Citv. TbotE-Tatt, 16 19 23 24 26 26 39 31 31 5 8 31 33 27 28 29 30 31 4 7 12 12 16 17 18 19 19 20 22 23 24 26 28 23 30 1 4 5 6 8 8 9 9 10 12 14 15 17 18 21 21 23 11 12 14 15 15 17 19 20 23 John Warner, Emigrant, Sovereign, Hesperian, St. Mary, Spread Eagle, Wm. campoeii, 22 24 24 26 26 27 29 30 1 2 4 4 5 8 10 11 14 14 15 17 17 18 20 22 22 21 25 29 31 I 1 2 2 4 5 5 C 8 8 Sioux City, St. Mary, Thos. E. Tutt, Isabella, W. Campbell, May E. M. Ryland, St. Mary, Duncan S. Carter, Wm. Campbell, Omaha, AsaWilgus, Florence, ' Carrier, St. Mary, latan, Wm. Campbell, C. W. Sombart, St. Mary, Hesperian, ...

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 June 1859

STEAM FERRY AT WHITE CLOUD! A LARGE, now ami excellent . gSZJm Sterna Ferry Bjat Lm been il placed in the Missouri River, White Cloud, which will be run in all kind of weather, when the river is opeu, as often a m-iy be required on weekday; and on Sundnys, lour times, viz; bet weea the hours of 9 ami 10 o'elocfc, A. M., and tne nours oi 4 ana a o ciocb, r. Thim !, U tli a bmmii of the Stite Road ... . . rrora Ft. Des Moines, Iowa; there is an excel lent road leading to Forest City and Oregon, Mo.; and good roads leading into the back country of Kansas and Nebraska, to which White Cloud is at least six miles nearer than any other river town. This Boat Is one of the best in the river, and is manned by an experien ced Engineer and Pilot, and a sober, active and ftonctaal set of hand. Persons wishing to have themselves, their stock, lumber, or freight of any kind transported across the river, will find White Cloud the place for them to be accommo dated in the best manner, with the least...

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 June 1859

if i 1 1 WW SOL. 3IILLEB EDITOR AND FUBLISIIER. ) VOLUME III. NUMBER l KTJSDTGS. BY MR3. AMELIA B. IVEUT. I trssdered t Tmi whem swj yir mrr fc: Tfci lrr u ,be '' Ad I ww nW too. Tht imbmi toy sy tho kill. ' ' Tbo Uowi io the nit, A.d owe tod tbero o leapi-i fill . Was laogfiinf at tbc pi. Oot teecr etood oooo tbo tir. Was all that net my ye; It kited like o ael Uts, Kotweeo om aod tbo skies. clappd say hood ood worblod wi Id, Ai here ood tbero I flew; f jf I ra tot careless child. And diJ ebiUreo do. The waves come during o'er tle fci, Io bright ood flitteriof haod; Like little efaildm wild wirh fte, Tbey linked their dioipfed hood. They linked their hand hot era I can; lit Tbfir mingled drip of dew. They kined oiv feet, an.!, qnick a thon-M, A wot the ripple flew. . t The twiltglit hour like bir U flew by, At lijhtljr and a fr e; Tea tluMitsaJ ttar were io tJ ky. Ten thftUftMod in the ea; Fur every wave wilh Uimpled cheek, Thnt leaped noon the air. Had rau-tit a star io iu rwbrare...

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 June 1859

Sljc Kansas l,uf. SOL. MILLER, - - - - - EDITOR. WHITE CLOUD, XAES AS : Thttrsdaj, : : : : : Jane 18, 1859. i Volume Three. This number commences Ihc Third Volnme of the Chief. Daring tho two rears rast, we have had to enconntcr no racrous dilEcnltics, anl unprecedented hard times: but we hare managed to keep abovo water, while newspapers have gone under all around us. Oar business has-by no means been profitable, yet we hare lost nothing. Tho Chief is now e tablished, which is a great point attained; and our future prospects are encouraging When a papor sustains itself during two such years as we hate just passed tbrongh. while nearly every other one around it goes down, it gains tho confidence of the public, who will palronko it ia prefer ence to any other. We hope for a con tinuancc of tho patronago heretofore cr tended to us, and a largo increase from the settlers who are rapidly filling up this rortion of tho Territory. A little exer tion on the part of our friends, will bo rrc...

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 June 1859

4 ft- Txtt xvsrvavailablo and nnavaila- 'l'Ztb MUsoari river, boovo bl b!e s' TfinreJ with tbe melancholy "behold energ y wasted, hopes i legitimate Iruits oi specuia the mouldering Castles on f'rt , Jmnress the traveller with a KerSKr the lofty batUemenU y iters, the dilapidated towns fifiissoari afford a more salutary JnWtbe wild .peculation of lncon ffL. enterprise. V that the financial distress has i the boUom of these enterprises and Seated the law of nature, that towns l' jSent npon the growth of the TJ ii is to be hoped that the home .: f .III not bo ajrain dela- .Jrin2 emu," . .t.. iwiasms or misrenresen liof the speculator. White Clond V Point are the only live towns Ewe St. Joph. The energy and pub- r sDirit of White Vionu, iu ucuiues w i. nearness to tho valleys of 1 Walnnt and Nemaha, must place it wonJ all rivalry as the town of North- "1 Puln mirrht nnrj have hrvn formidable rival, but the absence of jement on the Half-breed tract, and . .Mitcd nolicy in failinjr to se...

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 June 1859

I It i 1 1 11 Cheaper than Ever! STEAM SAW MILL IIii Full Blast! THE unJersisned, proprietors of llio While Cload Steam Saw Mill, take pleasure in announcing to the public, that their mill is in vorv twt order, and ihcr hare commenced operations for the season. They are prepared to do sawing of every kind and description, ou the shortest notice. They will saw on the halves, or for money, very cheap. They will constautlr keep on baud ALL KINDS OF LUMBER! which they will sell a little cheaper than can be bid anywhere else, for Cash, or to good men on short time They hare also an excellent Lath Mill, and are prepared at all times to fur nish LATHS in any quantity, at low rates. Gire ns a call, and satisfy yourselves that we can do just what we say. WM. MAUCK k SONS. White Cloud, March 17, 1559-tf. NEW HOUSE AD NEW GOODS! B. F. UUFFNEIt & CO. HAVE remOTed their Store to the Urge new brick storehouse on the Levee, and hare received a fresh stock of Dry Goods and Groce ries, which the...

Publication Title: White Cloud Kansas Chief
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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