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

mi if8 t 4- . yfrik&& f i 7qL. M'LLER, EDITOR AXD PUBLISHER. ) THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. i TERMS $J.0O PER mm, it ADT1XCE. VOLUME III. NUMBER 12, j WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1859. WHOLE NUMBER, 116. AIT HI Jlu iffttflfffl " C3SSTTruri02r or THI STATE OF KANSAS. Adopted at Wyandotte, Jalv 89th, 1939. ORDINANCE. Wiereas, Tbe Government of the Uni te States is the proprietor of a large por tion of the Ln1 included in the limit .! ,h, Stite of Kansas as defined by this iwitutim : and whereas the State of lais will possess the right to tax said jia'.s fur purposes of gorernment, and for other purposes ; Now, therefore, be it 0.iiaed by the people of Kansas, that j. right of the State of Kansas to tax fo hUnls, is relinquished forever, and tK State of Kansas will not interfere vith the title of the United States to such IinU, nor with any regulation of Cou pe is relation thereto, nor tax non-res-ilnts high-r than residents : Provided iV7Sthit the following ...

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. — 1 September 1859

ARTICLE XI. FINANCE AND TAXATION. tiec. 1. The Legislature shall provide for a uniform and equal rate of assess meut sil l taxation; but all procrty used exclusively for State, County, municipal, literary, educational, (scientific, religious, benevolent and charitable purposes, and personal property to the amount of at leant two hundred dollars for each family, shall be exempted from taxation. Sec. 2. The Legislature shall provide for taxing the notes and bills, discounted or purchased, money loaned, and other property, effects, or dues of every descrip tion, (without deduction.) of all bonks now existing, or hereafter to bo created, and of all bankers ; so that all property employed in banking shall always bear a bnrden oi taxation eqnal to that imposed upon the property of individuals. Sec. 3. The Legislature shall provide, each year, for raising revenue sufficient to Jefray the enrrent expenses of the State. Sec. 4. No tax shall be levied except in pursuance of a law, which shall...

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. — 1 September 1859

itt:11 1.o A.ltnr nf tlie .1 . WbTIoS. " . . n. as Secretary of tho Conven is perhaps a well posted in its i any one else. We desire to .d"f -ho wve the singlb vote against B . ,-.. Free State: and alio making tv""" 10 . . .1. ihn nnestion was np at tlie j what "l , ,i..vote ' taken. We cl Litem whose fame "hn I was a Delegate from this County, I . 1 confident we were correct but upon searching the documents, we find no recom oi mo vuw. - UiineJ hj soraa Democrats m t"18 ,onn .ho are beginning to see the damag J' r lmt vote noon their Dartv, inir enc-i .1. .!. traa riven with many others, want the facts a II " " am in nartV lUStlCe Since the above was in type, we have lea to a member or tlie Convention, wh, informs na that John W. Forman the on D0 aT8 t', votc an tnat .nMa-tToted on, was tho section lhe Bill of Bights, declaring that no SI err or involuntary servitude shall exist in Kansaa, except for the punishment of crime, whereof the party shall have been July convicted 3 gg- In...

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. — 1 September 1859

Jor Jfamtcr. The Largest Harreit oa BecDrd. Now that the world u apparently aboat to take leave of its tranqnillitj for tome tn to come, at least we Are to be made more sensible of the loan we sustain, through baring, by way of a parting gift from the gwlJes of peace, the largest har vest OB record the largest wheat harvest that waa ever prodnced upon this earth. There has certainly bee a greater breadth "Of wheat laid oat, and nearly all seems taming oat nnataally well. In all the old toun tries of Europe aboat the nsunl crop teems to have been sown, and the harvest promised extraordinarily well at last ac counts. Within the last ten years Ireland bas multiplied its productions of wheat amazingly, and so has France under its tnore scientific moles of agriculture so much so indeed, that within bat a short period quite a quantity of the very finest wheat arrived in New York, which waa old at five cents per bushel more than our best, on account of its quality and cleanliness. In Canad...

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. — 8 September 1859

VC-i f. . - ' " Iff ffM fx If w if ftltff if mr 4 AW - ' SOL." MILLER EDITOR iXD PUBLISHER. THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. TERMS $2.00 FES mCYI, I ADYiSCE. VOLUME III. NUMBER 13.J WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1859. WHOLE NUMBER, 117. (intte 1 SEPTEMBER. (T W. H. C. HOSMER. Meets e'wr ewart-aVptember mlla! TiTlr..el "'I "P""" briar ' The vias-baar. teaip'a ba wlU Isetmaed witi foldea tljbt; . Aa. u with loiterlr,f eteps I pase. Shy piteous ret wy lehbinf. At frr' aafre OfaTres darkly Maes 9esth salorief Ufa, witk moes aVnpraad, Cleam lie striped Aram's aaral toads; Aid brake-sterna, shakea by my tread. Drop their nnd, elosteriDf seeds. Oa a lew ebildrea of the saaae, Thu pale, faataatie paieter, Froit, (Vim colon with cold haul bat laid Thai's rat a leaf is Vast. Bleed-drop hm ead tbem ba ana Oa the to eoajaeb's vest of areas, Ai if its beart Ud blad; Aai bm ull maples form a srreea. Tat frm is grewiar, red. fn aiovrr, while llaa kackwheal fIU la reddiab swath, bis tk...

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. — 8 September 1859

5" "31) ("Kansas t)icf. OL. MILLER, ..... EDITOR. WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS: Tsirsixy, : : September 8, 1859. Call for a County Convention. A Republican Convention will be held at Troy, on Wed nesdsy, September 28tb, at 1 o'clock, P. M, to nominate Dele gates to represent Doniphan County in the State ConTention, to be held at the city of Topeka, on Wedoesdsy, the 12th day of October. The following will be tbe ' basis of representation in said Conven tion : Wayne Township, 8 Delegate. -Washington " 9 " Marion "4 " - Iowa " 8 Centre 3 " BorrOak " 5 M Wolf River " 4 JOSEPH F. HAMTSON. i Chairman Central Committee. Natbih Price, Secretary. Cool CLsmxtlatioxs. Tbe St. Joseph Journal, in an article nnder the hackney ed bead to be found in the papers of that city" St. Joseph and Her Interests" loaches apon some big calculations en tertained by the people of St. Jo. Spea king of the Marys ville Railroad, its tone indicates that said road is regarded by them in do other light than as an instrn- me...

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. — 8 September 1859

,ha Chief-) TsT.Aognt 27th. 1859. ff were nominated as H. R. Dottoh. B. F. Kix- J. II. Scarrec. . Stalxt. HsSV WoOOWiAD. J.G. Kcut- Delegates to th .-(T. trfer ol ix" 0" , t as n2w3 mention, to be held at S. M. PETT&NGILL & CO.'8 TVTTT?'TTRTNn A OTTVIV i i a k'.iui SI.. JV. Y and 10 Stale Bolton. 8. M. PETTENGILL ft CO. are the agent for the " Chief." and the most influential and largest circulating newspapers in tne united c .u tha Panadaa. 1jiv ir aiithnr4arl to contract for on at oar lowest rates. w a PAST. flnMl Waarana na A ilv... V " v - . - - "I f-'l - . USlUg B " T north-west corner of Chestnut and Third St., IjOuIS. la Vu hmiviikii acn lit ua. d.. nil U emnowered to contract at our rerular rates, and receipt for as. Messrs. ROUND3 t LA.NGDON.of Chica go, are oar authorised Agents for that city. of the Merchants Advertising, Commission and Collecting Agency, are Agents for this paper, in the cities of Philadelphia and Baltimore. J. E. DUDDERIDGE, of St. Louis, is an ...

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. — 8 September 1859

Jir Jfarmcr. Pall Flowing of Clay lands. We have often urged the importance of fall plowing, especially on clay Ian U, bat t!ll we End. bat few farmer who give practical eviiieoce that they ondersun I the matter, hence we give "line upon line," oa this and many other objects. The following ie from Allen's American Agricultaie Plowing Clay Land. Whenever prae Yicable these should be plowed in the fall for planting and rowing the ensuing epring. The tenacity of the soil may thns be temporarily broken np by the winter frost, iu particle more thoronghly sep arate), and the whole mass reduced to a finer tilth than can possibly be effete J in any other manner. There is a atill fur ther and important advantage from this' practice which ensues from the attraction existing between the clay and those gases that are furnished from the atmosphere, snow, rains and dews. In consequence of being tlm thrown op and coming in "contact with them, it seizes upon the am monia and carbouic and nitric aci...

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. — 15 September 1859

. . . i . r:.. ... . . . ,;,- "ti-: i - .:i.i,i.2ir ..xt ; . -'127.1 7 u 71 II 77 .; 2 ft- .... ' 4 : ;0 v.Wi V.nv.piw r';! IT s.'i!t' 80L. SILWB EDITOR 1XD PUBLISHER, y THE CONSTITUTION. AND. JHE UNION. :- ) i TERMS iM PER ASJCM, IS ADT1SCB. VOLUME III. NUMBER 14. WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS, THURSDAY, ' SEPTEMBER 15, 1859. 'WHOLE. NUMBER,- 118. ft 4 Jl jSS IISESTHRALLH). T JOH.V 6. IVH1TTIEB. 0, dewe I Dreakeaaeaa, - . Aa tbjrct wonhiaport " - ..J' Tplae of ataaliaod pride bad growa Tee fiil aad cold to ttir; Aad bt kid fina hit apirit Cite tlx kinkiest tlirall; Aad Wiaf i tie poiMa cap, H. florin) ia kit li.Il. TiMia mi a ekaafa tba eloai tellad off. Ami lifkt fell aa kit bfaia Aa bk tba paniaf of "' Tkit eomttk aot acaia, TIm ikaoo of kit ipi rtt Bad B. n tka alf bafora i ad tkaddried at tka araMa bakia Aad vai a aiaa aaea mofO. B. duiok tka Kipaafa fold aaraj, Tkat faikcrad mad kit baart, Xi akakM tka nraaiaf Ctratt ask lu aoim iaa apart ; Bi Kaod aiaet rataraiag Prida Grew terribla 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. — 15 September 1859

l)c Kansas )tf. OL.KILX.ER, EDITOR. WHITE CLOUD, XA5SAS: ThiniiT, : : September 15, 1859. Call for a County Convention. A Republican Convention will be held at Troy, on WedMdy, September 28th, at 1 o'clock, P. M, to Dominate Dele gates to represent Doniphan County In the ' 8tate Conrention, to be held at the city of Topeka, on Wednesday, the 12th day of October. The following will be the basis of representation in said Conven-tie:' Wayne Township, 8 Delegates. Washington 9 4 8 8 5 4 Marion Iowa Centre Barr Oak Wolf River JOSEPH F. HAMPSON, Chairman Central Committee. Nathav Price, fecretary. - Towismr Mzrrno. The Republicans r of Iowa Township will hold a meeting at Highland, on Saturday, the 17th inst, ta appoint 8 Delegates to the County Conrention, which meets at Troy, on Monday, the 28th inn., to choose Dele gates to represent Doniphan County in the State Convention, at Topeka, on the 12th of October. Let there be a good turn-out The Republicans should be thoroughly organized 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. — 15 September 1859

iV ee. Friday, the 9th in, E.aa TbIIV KANSAS I ! needs are not fighting for liberty, or T5!nPc!nStitationrMd .11 that tort of ""fr"1 C. DANASAYRS i.:-, oriees! There are various hllelrSu5d throughout the Territo "a Whit Cloud has "gone op;" but it it a Jtf bM0ISh AID GlOCElf STORE - t.vi saTRS has not "gone up," for f L in returned from the Eaat with a large ill Tell selected assortment of heavy domestic nRY GOODS ARU bnuviaiM, QUEEXSWARE, HATS AND CAPS, noOTS AND SHOES, Ac, etc, r ..i anid ehearjer than the cheerjest!- -hirh win r. .. i a larre assortment oi oianseia, "uicu A .nit the time. Come sad ace hich rill for be'u ; neSumbo'tand Express Agent, I will a . 11 business in that line, .ttend c. DANA SAYRS. ,ep. 15, !8Mf- - DISSOLUTION. xroTICE ' he" Prn to n whom it may X agctn, that the Co-partnership between the Wned. who bare been doing business In SaaTvVitt Cload, R. T., in the name. rtTle of B. F. Ruffr.er 1 (Co, eipired i- H.r of Jalr. 1869. The aforesaid fira dosed out on...

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. — 15 September 1859

i Jltir V te jfaracr. H ; . . Autumn Planting. ? ! ' ' A nlnnin nl.ntinif tT (mil trUP atlll all I lautuiiiii jiiMug - - - deciduous trees t the Wet his Iwn bat very limited, sort in raoH cimm tvlierw trees, especially frait, have been so plant ed, a failure has, to a great extent, been , -tbe result. The failure U, however, more attributable: to the fact that the trees have in most ca-8 been subjected to a rontons j process of having the leaves stripped oflfj "in order to allow early digging of the, Vee, and applies mainly to the trees thsti have been purchased at the Eat, m l de- j livered on contracts that could not be met. in time, if "dame old natnre" were al-j lowed sufficient time for the removal of the foliage by frosts, an 1 a due ripening of the wooL ' These circiuintances, together with tbe long railroad delays consequent to East ern purchase, and the fact that Antnmn Ttlantin? has not been Drooerlr perfoim- eJ, Lave all contributed to make Autumn! planting at the West an...

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. — 22 September 1859

. . . . It'.- 80L. MILLCRt EDITOR 1SD PUBLISHER. HP" III yfli1' J J. j' 1 1 TERMS $2.00 PER ASSU3I, W ADT1XCE. V0L3lE:in.---xNUx)IBEn 15. WHOLE NUiMBER, 119. - THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1859. 1 her, and also give her, from I kept her own secret, and left upon their I ' "Yes, sir." fiioitt f aefm 10 AS ABSENT HTTSBA5D. Dnft. 1",D! 1 :nno1 fc" Tkf protracted itay: ' fa i md lowly ia any heart-, lVVn I boo art jone away. IV lu! l aiIy tried, Tkino absence to fcryet ; Tel still I eao bnt think of thoo, WiJi fondnesa and reffret. Ai mourns tho -enlle, cooinf dor.. In accents desolate. When forced be torn onkiadly hud, fir from brr lovine eaato fa throerh tbo chambers of my heart Echoes mournful tone. Whilst every palae affection beats, RVechoes, "I'M alone!" jHinpi that are bright when tboa art bore, r, dark nd elooniy now. And Natore eeems to share ray grief, With tloa.li nnon her brow; T!.e bir.l inre now l sadder sonf Thin e'er bo san...

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. — 22 September 1859

t f)t Kansas Cl)icf. SOL. MILLER, EDITOR. WHITS CLOUD, KA53AS: Tktrstiy, : : September 22, 1859. Call for a County Contention.' A Republican Convention will be beld at Troy, on Wednesday, September 28th, at 1 o'clock, P. M, to nominate Dele gate to represent Doniphan County in the 8tate Contention, to be held at the city of Topeka, on Wednesday, the 12th day f October. The following will be the basis of representation in said Conven tion: Wayne Township, 8 Delegates. Washington " 9 " Marion Iowa Centre Borr Oak Wolf River 4 8 3 5 4 JOSEPH F. HAMPSON, Chairman Central Committee. Nathah Pbice. Secretary. '' School Hocse. It is a fact which does not add credit to White Clood, that we now have no house suitable for school or church purposes. There are a great many children here of a proper age to attend school, and the number is rapidly increasing. Cold weather is fast ap preaching, and there shonld be a school here through the Winter, by all means. But without a house is procured, ther...

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. — 22 September 1859

Clti- jump". ID "us": 1 ? 1- Tt s case hu recent,J come 10 onr b0 finite different rfnafc. gentleman in Brown Connty, more than ago. took a claim anl filed npon it '., Another man then jnmped the tUim. Bl1 fiI intention to pre- jL xh widow of the former cluim . Administratrix of his estate, noti- - i .u. m.n. bf publication of a notice . . nu:J tn annear at the Lin I 09Sce w a certain day. there to contest their ight to the land, tie ooejen tne ram bobi, anl appeared at the Land" Office, wbr they met for the first time. By the ,he was a fine-looking woman, and b was "not 10 gneC8ei' e con' w dc','e'' on 'ot'1 9'ea '''' eak ,h9oU h 8'J '!res f th c,a'm- B,,t j had bn visited by qnesr feelings dar- the trial, and after the casts was deci ded, declared that she should lose nothing . jj, jumping the claim no doubt he wu sho determined that he would not lose mytbing. by nJ means. After their re torn borne, he "backed op" to Lcr, and they were lately married thna not only suiting the divi...

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. — 22 September 1859

W. H. VAN DOREN TIIAKES this method ofiuforming hiscust, -L Biers, and the public generally, that he h: I custo- ha? removed to Ihe stand recently occupied by U. o r a. r,. l..ro h ia receiving and on. ning the largest aod cheapest stock of Goods tltat has ever been bronght to this market, con aisting of ... Dry Goods, Groceries, llals and Caps, Boots and Shoes. aXTZEHSWABE, glassware, HARDWARE. TINWARE. Tebacco, Cigars, FLOUR. BACON, COllN MEAL,, SALT, WHISKEY, TAR. Tabs, Brooms, FA!CY ARTICLES, XOTIOSS, AC, Of every description, At Wholesale or Retail, Which he ia determined" to sell for A Little Cheaper thin th Chearfti! W. H. VAN DORKN. White Cloml. June 2. 1859-tr. AT WH1TI2 CLOUD! RUNS regularly on the Missouri River, at the'followiiig rates: w1l.mmi4 For crossing a team of 1 pair of horse or mules, or 1 yoke of cattle, ana wagon, loaded or empty, Three yoke of cattle and wagon, One horse and buggy, Saddle horse and rider. Loose horses, per head, Cattle, per head, Hogs and she...

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. — 29 September 1859

r v A HI lil Itl I SI SOL. ILLEB EDITOR iSD PUBLISHER. THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. , TERMS $2.00 PER mJM, II ADT1S CE. VOLUME III. -NUMBER '-16. j WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1859. WHOLE NUMBER, 120. iftf a h in III HI! nil 111 lil lit i;i nt m in isi i Itl. lil 111 A if a Ml I- H- II Itl ln fc II 111 . luni U 7 1 7 a THj S2IT WRECK OF STATE. TrnM .dWrraeej, Jfjr Serkaeia Jim, wrjo,Jim, TMn awameed the Ship of State, belief all year crew, Jim, rv.tk Bretaearid, the Bate ; Tm oa hot, Jim, At ill the ererld mifht tm, Oa Doaflu trirottled yoa at firtt, - htkua Ji,Mjo. arkaaaaJim.myjo, Jim, (TWl yet attamad MMMJi He tipper rede the ware, Jim, Wheat beariat- erae frmdi Aad yea tbe fameae "aa," Ji". Ta varp her to aad fro, A! "water deep" jo alwa foaad, Bacaaaaa Jim,aayjo. (KftamllJia. mrje. Jim, Witk "Milhoej" ia yoar par., Tbe nliul. .were they'd etiek, Jin, Ft better er far rnnij" tat .eMeW the frat eraiee, Jim. TVtr told yea to the foe Tte ""letlerm they wore booa...

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. — 29 September 1859

tglje Kansas l)icf. IOL. MILLER, - - EDITOR. WHITE CLOUD, XAJTSAS: Tktrsdaj, : : Septus tr 29, 18J. Why Should W Adopt the Ctmititm- tiont Ai the time i close et hand for voting on the Confttitnlion, every citizen of Kan iu, throwing all party considerations wide, should calculate well the benefits or disadvantages which would arise from the adoption of that instrument To onr mind, every consideration is ic favor of a State Government. Iyt as examine a few of the reasons which should induce U to vote for the Constitution. - In the first place, we are practically withoot laws. Onr interests, onr property and oar lives have no protection. , The most heinous crimes go unpunished, and villainy has full swsy. Oar Legislature passes a set of laws, and before they are before the people, another Legislature repeals them. And when an attempt is made to execute them, ten chances to one the Federal Judge decides them illegal. There is in Kansas no security for debts. Men may Isw away the amoun...

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. — 29 September 1859

I A Choice Dull wi.i 1a finally composed its " rf.S? in. which is to be served iu.yfrom o. till the rote on BP Ititntion. The first in. "rum. th4 Conrtitnu The second l.mb. OW:i I ..... The Iamb, jUmb. sheep, mnttoD and ram. mutton, ram ami i"'ru ,u k ) who e entertain- tni woo IUI uuft - " u -vote sgainst the Wyandotte Cogitation." d hi. reasons are as fol- 1"' ' T. Ml knr.lafl the DeODle With ft lf It Will " u of over 8100.000. i T. .KreateM TAXATIOS I j' Becanse the lands in the Territory ' . to TAXATION. v ri against it because a State 410. I v -n , 4th. npnt will cost twice u rao.cn as Territorial Government, and conse- 1 .i nr tams win nave to oe paiu. .itani 1 v . - n,." above is the ram and the sheep ; m .kAri in th( V. The Wyandotte Constitution does BOt KWethe people a representation only I political party- Did th. editor ever vote for a rrpreientative tnat not be Ion to political party ? VeitM'ittle Viec9 f wnta lnb, -hid i nM st0'en 'rom EspnWican Fote against it, in ord...

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. — 29 September 1859

nrsimTurniTMx P I ! Mil I 1 Wh1 VAN DOREN HAKES this method of Informing hiseasio X mers, mud the put die generally, that he has removed in the stand recently occupied by B. F. Rnffaer Co, where he in receiving mm! opening the largest and cheapest stock of Goods that has ever been bruuglit to this market, coo isting of Dry Goods, Groceries, Hals and Caps, Boots and Shoes, o.TJEESSWA'KE, GLASSWARE, HARDWARE, TINWARE, .Ttkaect, Clfirs, FLOUR. BACON, CORN MEAL, 8 ALT, WHISKEY, TAR, Tata, Brooms, FANCT ARTICLES, 7COTIONS, AO. Of every descripUoD, At Wholesale or Retail, Which be ia determined to tell for CASH! A LUtla Cheaper than the Cheapest! W. ILYAN DOREN White Cloud, Jone 2, 1859-tf. STEAM FERRY WHITEATCLOUD! RONS regularly on the Missouri River, at the following rates: For crossing a team of I pair of horses or mules, or l voce oi came, ana wagon, loaded or empty. Three yoke of cattle and wagon, One horse and buggy, Saddle horse and rider, Loose bones, per head, Cattle, per head. ...

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