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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 15 March 1860

4. 3 VO - waaaa. - el f 1 A A i Ml J Fl IK II 1 V -v I0L. MILLER, EDITOR 1SD rtTBLISllER. THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. .,.-.... t . VOLUME NUMBER ; 36, j : WHITE CLOUD, mSASTHftpDAY, MARCH 15, I860. WHOLE NUMBER, 140, . - . ....... , V ..."., . .'.'. ?"-. .vt .r-i- - poem oi mvnro. .. .. , i IT HZXBT THEODORE TVCMEMAS. 1 - " ""'''' r-'-1 i.laee.BBd - bar-iai ate-at af lb amilnt lTi. ik flonew teajbiae which thea cloaed Mr ta, ladita Seawarr. bare prompted the aoa-ia- Baaa, "i.-, tare ft- - -- it,18SS. W Imtw lack tto Btn4 fiM A ow rwu (a BrjtU. . , - , Kar fcy Bwr fclH hra. ' : Uu hli whan cMriihcd je hare - rttkawhaMfaawmacprf -At kwtia u tka ma l fcir, Aa4 anoa ta aaaalaia, alfaaa aW dalV Hii itum-ktt (ucarac abara; . H ita Eaftoadt fcai rea. M vita Ik bra nawaca af Spaia, TnalUaali hM aa Xatara'a he, , laaaad hi ritiaaar braia; ... Mi la Gnaada'i M arsao. At faaM laa Mooriih feaat at aaaat VTitk lh Uat aMaatfal tM(hiral rtrmya. To ruiitd ihriaaa baaaath tb ani Aal braatbal tha...

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 March 1860

10 &l) r firms a3 f)Uf. ' SOL. HILLKK, ..... EDITOR. WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS: niniiji : : : : March. 15, 1860. Clcs Teems. We hare rawed a amber of inquiries relative to the terms ef the Chief, whqa ordered in dob. In this country, publishers cannot afford to let their papere go for'mnch leu than 92 year, unless their rabscription Kite are large ; hat as times are hard, and very many "persons hare ezpreased ft dee'uVto tale oar paper if we offered inducement to claba, we hare concluded to pot the figures at the rery lowest notch possible. Therefore, we make the following offer : For any number of subscribers, from 10 to 25. one year. 81.50 each. For 25 and over, 91 each. ' Payment most be in advance, and ne dobs taken for leu than year. Any person'eending a club of 15 or more, will be entitled to ft copy for eae year, gratia. Claim Jumping. We hare been informed (but know not how trne it is) that claims in this part of the Territory, which hare long been pre empted, are being jamped...

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 March 1860

m RiehBOB Tioow w-r l"? ""T. . SrInJon. r . Karn mnioi W to 42. , n In a-A. " I ytsgtefe fry ,inca- , r . . r !. Ttatnn Atlas. -eon-K 0Q th(kt 8ntor eo""..? 1 :. that Senator rlW IrfllH 1 I 'rteJ to bare id that be Doof' had anr chance of re oi.tt at Charleston. fUf,, . ..In tht opinion manj prom-A-ciaMhere concur act fullj." . ..blieaa Ceatral Cittee. 'l' " kiieaa Central CommitUe of Donl- ;. pursuance of a call from S-.Troy.S.tnrd.y.March 10th. L instructions, they proceeded to kZ' ipportionment baaed opo. the toU vnaAottt CwtttituUoa WaaWajton 17b.4; I'9' Ctre,4 aad Burr B, ., L . . ... "iLkio. Saturday. th7th day of April. . .vtack. f M- waa appointed a the time w tel&S "xt Cw"rty Convention, for the " ..i-ndine Delegate to the Lawrence rpo - S"" T!0Iti muMnv ri.;,.n J(JO. UaJUVM mm Delerew RepnHicaa CoaTeaUe. 1 gtpabEcau Convention will be beld at - - Satta-day, April 7th, at 1 o'clock, P. ' .um Delegates to the State Convention, ha held at Ltwrence, April Ilth. At the 10, ...

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 March 1860

Jcfir Jfarracr.; Fall r Syria Traatplaatlng of Trees. ' Each oa ha It peculiar advantage far rtrranjliiig tree from the airsery. Uader i1a(lu7lrnmikiCNl hold prefer th fall oa t Fret, beeau thi U a aoa af MBfrnUTi lejture, will la Spriaf there are .mar detie la be discharged ape the farm, that aaa be performed at a other eaoa tram t i the Fall beeoat eUblishd, with . the earth Irmly ttld bot their root, and . ate reedy ta ahoet Ibair fibre darlag tba firtt - f bU1 wthr, even ia wiater. la aztraaia 'old aad expoaed location, or ia heavy, alay eoila. Spring my ba preferred ; but tha evil ' resulting from theea.au y ba obviated fa taoat MM by any oa wko aadmtand tha auise. A belt af vrgren ar athar timber la alway deeirabl upon tba expeted aidaa of orchard, ' la cold, windy Uuatioaa. If tba aoil ba af alay and liable to bald water, a -und iboold be raited around aeh'treo to the height of aix or aigbt iaebes, ia order to lain off tba water and 'prevent tba aartb froai beeoaiiag compact ...

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 March 1860

: t.-rv.-atS .J T C. . J OA? b - - . 'as - . .T.-"' I0L. MILLER, EDITOR iSD PCBLISIIER. THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. i TERMS-$2.aO PER MIIIM, II 1DT15C-Y, VOLUME III. NUMBER 37.j WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 1860. WHOLE NUMBER, 141. , ' rt t, nil ffl lrfr ifi iff iiE AW tot '.ptfij. fflifi OP ARCS kTAREWELL TO ,U HER HOME. nu tbi or KHitum. fHl, te muln, r bekwed naeurea ,rol,rrieedly valley.; fare ye well, j,, mere aleee year rathe may waader; IBbietynnnewSrond, alert Tarawal!. g ,jnn tWt I barn nuna, Irene 1 planted, Jjnf may yaor emiline reen my kiadaeei tall; ruevaJl. J eaaliaf frouoea, marmarinf loaatiise, jlai thee, loft Echo, eoien af tha roee dell, j, eft end' aatwer la jocead etrnin Jena may aaat rWt yen aeaim. T meaet where " "T I"!1 JT" fcaal, . I ban yon ana behind for evermore; Y, luabkiai tportiof aa tha Bowery rroaad, ,n a feet lock, yeH raaai tba moan taint e'er. ft ta lead another Back, "mid aaaai Of dram and trampel, oa a Bald offora. A taint1! reiee...

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 March 1860

fjt Kansas. Ctjitf. SOL. MFLLKK, ..... EDITOR. TTEITB CLOUD, XASSAS: Tkirsiaji i : i t nrh tt, I860 Tie Presidential Scramble. The contact between the friends of the difSerat espiragts for tbe Chicago nomi nation, is daily growing more exciting ; and the dinger is, -that by the time (be Convention meets, sundry parties will be Ja ft fit homor for kicking op mns. if tbioge do not go m aoit them. Soma parsons ere acting very imprudently, and the epirit tbej tnanifeat ia not calculated to prodcee harmony and good feeling. At present, Seward'a chance aeem beat. Barely, no friend of Eansaa ahoold regret bis nomination, if hia election were beyond doubt. He haa stood op fir Kansas nobly, through good and- evil. (and God knows it haa been mostly evil,) tad haa endured abase, revilings and elandera for her sake. With him in the Presidential chair, Kansas, at Ieaat, would bar n friend there. Bat a great portion of the public has cooceived a strong pre judice against him, which haa been etren...

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 March 1860

t- . . A lotrerfrom T MfUinitb.t Congress wiJl V ihefore t adjourns. T.firwp.. , or rather will not Toto'Zn. wbe. ther have do oatoide of Washington. Er oriw ..thinks that he can do 01 -MnVtowwds settling the Presiien "Tnnestion. and. of coarse, will be en-ittnterthefie!-!.in own d.stnct. eirliest moment. W e usy look, $for, wi certain, for an early ad- Tttto the second" point, the adinis- .ioa of Ksnsss. , ..... resson. party and political, ev J'.reoment. material and moral, lead M the conclusion that Kansas will be Saitted. The Democracy dare not tk tbe i109 of her rejection in toe com Presidential campaign. I No doubt X. as to their wish and will. They -nli if they could; but they dare net. TW rejection would cost too much, or i w endtnger too much to risk it, and iLraoor wildest fire-eaters, unlaw they 7 .n.l desire, not merely to demor jaibattornin the sham-Democricy, will oppow Bat to our letter. That says: VYashmotow, March 9, 1860 I regrd onr admission as quite cer ,.; The a...

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 March 1860

1 Jinr farmer. Hiats for Sprier. -- With every year, (says ths Hallowell, Me ,' Gasette,) tbe farmer theald grow wiser and ' Improve opon put systems and usages in the managements of hi affair. At thi day, eueh result it by ao. aieaas difficult, a is incon- testibly denjonstrated by ths sxpsrieace of 7 thousands who bare east aaide ths old systems - Sad fcTaybeard notions of ths past, adapted views mora in accordance with th require ' SMntf ef natural laws and tbe wladoia ef tke r UiiM ia whieh they lira. Farmers who do not read eanaot maks macb ytogtsss la improvements, bat rather the re ' verse t ail bo who regards tba sources of , knowledge as kavlag been exhausted in bia forefather's day, will necessarily retrograde ratbor thaa advance. la filling ia your aon important field cropt oae that everything ia performed timely, and In tba most perfect manner. Tbe proper rep aration of tbe soil for a crop, is a rery essentia t resalalte, and oae that exercises a mighty in- flueaee throu...

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 March 1860

i - - " ' - :x " r . ..I I . T i - - - - .T.J.I !JK '" ' - --r-r ..-7-:- ,. .. t . ,.- t-.v? le-.l r.i v- i. mm i jOL. KILLER EDITOR 1XD f CBLISHERr THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. i TERMS $?. FER II lDTifK. VOLUME III. NUMBER :38., WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 1860. '.si WHOLE NUMBER, H2 llftfiiil II I ''X' AAV'iw' JmJ ia: v (jnjin!! ix itfTr ofz. lllillil . irs- in fi Lrn it in uyrn j TOE TEE 6PEUTO. tub nniti twik ftvah Ban; w, taw mind kx (b th Uri"l blitk n, 44l-i ,TMuWiiik .'.''.: ' AiierkMdooh ! H km kt lickly fWa; Ai fty tkmfk tW tTMt, Aii Ika ftttliar ksil ld lia CM, iwnpiif rmrt, U Ik Mfty ktart, A iott to". i oriy bor, Dtml niM p in bd F all r'u i'T ' M '""'' winm OrlM la Ik n 7 I Min for the Eprin, wbra tb kirtl dull linf, iti ck wn hall awake aww lm; We kafe IiiteaeJ loaf fat tee aread-brkli waif. tti tke laraia at Ika craaiaf ham. Til a keaataeaa tiaaa wHea taa bada Stat bairat, Ati chtlaVlifc tba oaa( kaf ataauls Aaa eatefcee the drape of ta feaikt aboerer...

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 March 1860

une uansas vnm. p OL. KILLXK, ..... KDITOR. T7SITS CLOUD, XAISAS : Tliridiy; t : : : Kirch 29, 180. WfflUT. Tb farmer! of lb Missouri Valley art sow kosfly engsged in owiog toeir Spring wheat It seems that mora reliance ia placed opon tba yield of the 8pring than the Fall or Winter crop. Many who railed Fall wheat exclusively, few jaart ago, teem to hare abandoned It for the other variety. Thie change i the reeolt of " freezing but" , Wo would like to est oar farmera pro ear the very best Spring wheat that can be had. We feel interested in thie, as we are compelled to consume considera ble bread made from it, and for onr eto mech's sake, wonld like to eee the best article produced. Meet of the grain of thie variety that wo have eeen, ia very nock ahrirelled and shrunken. It makes dark bread, and never ao good as that produced from Fall wheat. Bat we have seen eamplee of ecperior Spring wheat wheat, too, that wonld compare favorably with anj of the Fall or Winter varieties. It eeemi ...

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 March 1860

W""Mt March 22. flr. 1 M.riru- who -aa -i ' waswninua . j- S with tb. .teamen at Tar. Croz. c , Commodore in the Mexi-w- forn,rr Government ii pouesaod ffiion of tUt paased between f" wd him. d ; framed Mr. inrtrartioM under that knowl- fT. hXreditfor $80,000 in one ft which wu .nbseqnentlr; iocraajexl hlse steamers end mnnitiom either " Ivnitei States Cube, to eo-opor-Cmon when the .tuck from ',th 5i. ..rainst Y.ra Crux, ne W ' . n'er t nnder toe opaowu. ug. .1 0 i- s U flsvsu- the. orieinal colon of the T but afterwards hoisted the Me "5? ,-. mft.menU were known f-tfcbedtbronghonL ..'" TtaBritUh Minister hertwa bformed jihYintention of onr QoTernraent to ZLri any blockade of Miramon, at "Sal t Vera Crne. and of the extent Ujf, McLane'e instructions to that effect, jit b andentood acqnieaced in the pol- npon the ground that Mexican prir.-2-ight be fitted ont to the senonim-!- fths conmerce in the Golf. ' ', J Tta rote of the Special Committee on . V..-G,. Railroad, last nieht, was ...

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 March 1860

1 Ir " " ; ' 11 - r - ' . " i Z - - w I VHP irrrvf v rAWCTlTTTTf I Jur te Jkrmcr. C ... Hare of Tobacco. Mwu. F.DrroBe. I ace to Inquiry lo your Issue ef Jib. 12th, cone ruing tobacco. I have bad toot little experience In raising f the erop. and as I always tike to read what ether talks bare dose, It it do more than fair thai I ahould give all the iaibrmtion ia mj power to ethers. Toar eerrespoadeut wishes to knew law u prepare bie seed bed. K Oar Bode ia to pick eat a spot which U leaet ; exposed to cold wind, u; Ike wrath aide of luilding or fence, or if ia the open let, protest it ia Mm way fram the wind. - If practicable, manure well the fall before : using, and plow ia a few iacbea deep. Ia tbe spring, ai coon aa tbe frost If out of the ground, bara large quantity of break on tbe bed to ,- kill all the weeds, seed and graa and warm the v aeil I then rake it off clean and aew ia tbe seed. A bed 4 by 30 feet will require a lb. tpiee , box about half full of teeda, some aay thltn ...

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. — 5 April 1860

V -T .r--;.;,-,7,:-';r, .. ; ... .., It;! ,),.;-J .i; , . ' T?a:,-,i,. . :.r. t C ..!: '::. I i 1 a. ' ; . ' I' if If 1:1 ;A1 " 1 IflL, MILLER, EDITOa AID PUBLISHER. THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. TERMS $2.09 PER A5JCM, II ADTAXCE. '.-11.' i : lit f JIIL iVr liv,. 11 iv Yt V I III 151 IU ll II a hi - VOLUME III. NUMBER. 39. ( sPEnro. I kM tbat tba Spriaf -tiaM It CMM.fi I baari,. . . -b man"! miAy prim, Tba kbtba bl bird; Aadbiihratbaataaraky, - Tba Mania ifcal briafa Tlaiafi tfBaaawat . - WinMkiinip! . . Aad ia tba Mt bid . Tba riakt klM, With if balf.opaaad lid Ladea wilk daw; Aadiatbabardrrrriw, Tbaeneairifrjas, Ai rt " Bn tiaj cap. ... Aid tk braak karriaa far. Witk briffct, dimpWd (baa, Al duM fmUct part, Fhibad witb tba cbaari Aad Ux wiad wooiaj tip Dalifkt u it c0 View lb mtl baddiaf Bp. OClbaaaaaf ma! Ok! 1i lb. nam far, Vbta ainh froa itt flesat, ; Wanaad by tba maal ny, tmnu iata blaoai! Aad tba mC ebariuad tbaafbt, lapriMaad taa loa(. By iu awa fcnw Uafhta Braaki lata m(...

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. — 5 April 1860

3t)e Sansaa )t(. ML. XILLKK, ..... KDITOK. VEITX CLOUD, KASSAS: Tstndiy: : : : : : April 6, m, pitchiko nr. Every newspaper Is doing iu share of pltehing in, for or sgeinst mom psrticu W Presidential aspirant ; and we regret to (ay that number of Republican pa ers display far more alacrity ia fighting Edward Bates than they do the common enemy. Democracy. This is eepecially troe of the Seward ergane ia Kansas. They certainly hire a right to their choice and to their opinions, bnt they resort to species of warfare which is unmanly and unjust. For example: they reiterate the charge that Mr. Bates did not eman cipate his slaTes, bnt that they escaped (rots him, and when he had fruitlessly csed every means in his power to recover them, he Imhm an emancipationist. They know this to be untrue, .or ought to know it, if they are posted as a public journalist should be before venturing up so grave a charge. Mr. Bates not only emancipated his slaves, bat gave Ihem means' to commence the world...

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. — 5 April 1860

Annual Confer- Id.-wct-W. M. Smith. P.E. J. H. Ailing. tH. Valley. D7d Hm1 Piatt ue7' T.-ii.nnn. supplied- . ; . j J. it " . r A A mahnrv. Cm Dhtwct Isaac Chi- VrttaBK jjgtOI o, r. Station L. D. Price. Kasrwy Snpplied. ... gSBlofli, J. T. ..Cannon, Philo G&nont. JFort ?Sw.H.Kend.H. Beatrice, Joel Meson. . . mb. J. W. Foster iS. Bock. L. W. Smith. FslU Citj. Supplied. -.. 6L Stephen. J. W. Taylor. . Br0WBf il H. Borch. Prt ILPritchard. ' ' ff H. Goode, Agent of Oreapolis. 1 1 TiflSWOETH DlSTHICT Ja. SuW, m Station, snppIiexT. Downey. . Mission, U. D. Fisher,' A. L. Atchison, M. Mhon 6amoer, J. i. Hollidajr. ' Lancaster, A. C. McNeil. ; Orfsshopper Falls, J. 8. Kline. ' Indianoln, A. Burr. . Oskaloosa, 8. Brooke. . Doniphan, C. Graham, Colnmbns. B. F. Bowman. ' . White Cload, B. Green. Wstbens, 0. B. Gardner. BiiDwnr Citt Distmct L. B. Den- ,a" ' ' Station, I. F. Collins.' Liirrence, II. II. Moore. Lecompton. T. J. Ferril. Clinton. T. H. Prather, A. Still. Centropolis. S. Parker. ...

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. — 5 April 1860

Tf F am re -A Resaedy fa "Lai' Wheat. la the Pittsburgh Gaxett w fad a eoauna edentloa ia regard to laid wht which prop remedy. At th lata aura la thia vieinity hav brake dowa Beany loa pie of wheat w glee tbe hinte. hoping wni may profit by them: It ought la a known that a vary aiaipla me ' efcanieal proeea may aav a Urge proportion af the graia bo la danger. I hav triad it myself, ad aeea It triad repeatedly, and Bever witbeat entire cu. It ami ba raaeabared or noted , that the lodg lag ar faille g dowa of wheat or rye la Bever renaml ar evrlg a whl fold, but la patch a of largar ar tmallar xta Nov tat twa ata, with a light bat atrong pole, aey aixtaaa fet long, commence at ana aid of tha field where th bladaa have fallen fa taw atarm, asnally the watt aid, and pawing the pela aadr sections, of from twa to fow feet la width, raite thea, on after another, with a quick aetioa, to the ataadlBg blade, from whih It baa fkllea or teperated, and the blade thua restored, are moat likely t...

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. — 12 April 1860

. J . : v.. ! t- -4 ... 4 IBL. CIUEB, ETITOB AID FUBLISHER. THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. TERHS 52.01 FES ASXEtt, IX ADTAJCE. $1 jlil. ;.::; VOLUME HI. NUMBER 40. j gtf THEM I AM KOBE. fclloirit baaatifal aad teachi- Im TaB owraia P" " " hki, Tkatia B. dnaniaf beaia, aad ia wakiaj, I na- aahwaia ateta That cWkW wata am a'af ay-apirit twaapiaf , iJ Mm. abiiliafdawa, waa ataapiaj hnisad haarl ta it aora. - Tail than I an aa asaia! y, wardi tpaak'aertla- ia tbaif aatj , M Mt , tkat dwj kmd n oaar, vt-brokra ff bafara ,,dHaaa-aalniitaWiftt way wiafiafs 1 Kj fpiiit ahaJI la ! ia, Mifi'f. TVricnr-taa4aaip(an4W. . TtBtMa!ajaaMv1 : Tlal I arj 1 rmf, oft lamd, ealaliaJ, yto, wwf ftaanaaaatwraattial. Jimt aVphca. Hr aMbrtft ktk UU bm laai, 1 w bH" wanna1 hww fwuwd, . V7kM all Wattt On aaon! T.D tana I aa n nu M Aat haJ, air naaoawd Spirit taariaf , ;MOM brifkt PiitrrWd, wit bfnal adonsf ' IW Maita aad Pa Tmi ! mr; BainL, mfeeil ud farokra, -nl lin aaaw, ia alia) aataaa, aataakaB tii aa fuMt...

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. — 12 April 1860

&)t Kansas )tt VOX.. KILLER, ..... EDITOR. WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS: Tiindiy: : : : : April 12, 18M. Stati Conirnoi. Tha Stat Cod vention to appoint delegate to th Chi cago Convention, met at Lawrence, on Wednesday. - 7 As we should probably otberwiae not bare reeeired tbe proceed ings under two weeks, we engaged tbe Spiritual Telegraph to furnish na witb ths earliest reporter wbicb we present below: ...-. . , . Convention organized, by electing Col. Wn. A. Phillip, of Arapahoe, Presi dent; and John A. Martin, of Atchison, and P. B. Plumb, of Emporia, Secreta ries." Committees on Credentiala and Reso lutions were appointed. While the Committee on Resolationa tu absent, tbe Convention waa ably ad dressed by Col. Phillips, Qen. Lane, J. P. Boot, and others. Committee reported Resolutions, de claring that the Republican part dis claim interference with Slavery in tbe States where it already- exists, bat are opposed to its introduction into territory now free ; ssy something about the fa...

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. — 12 April 1860

ARiITAI. OT THE EIPBESS. 4,500 IS GOLD DUST.-rf.sKeirth.Mie.l:-. 'pe', Peak Express arrived aboot V i ..eninir. brinzin week's and fire W"! Vh. folJowini is the list : Pf& ; A. DoU. Joh Annol ? and Edward Ssbin. , . . Tb, EzpreM brought six hundred and '"a, news is ry fwowb!.' Mining ling on in all ths old diggings with ied rigor, nd much gold tu .be an .vressetf ?rws was considerable excitement at nirerend other mining towns, in con nes of rich discoveries in Gregory's !fthreifeet ms tbe. richest spect- "-er found were taken pat " Among Tinmen, were naggets of large size, jVsrrricb' qnarU. In some of the T-ietditf high as fifty cents to the titenoat. In one instance there a I vMd 'oar 0"r to Pa r- discoveries bad been made on Qeu Creek, which were rery rich, at a i-tb of n,7 lure" 10CT" ; Qolch raining was generally resumed, 0J rat paying el'-,. , 'V. . ' ', 1er had bees bat little news from tbe p. Bine Hirer, or Tarry all. It waa -sorted that rich diggings had been dia- jQVfTS...

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. — 12 April 1860

A Useful Iliac Traasptaating. A correspoodsut of the Gardener's Monthly, rclatee thai noticing the success which had at tended the cultivation of a friend of his who m an initiu in gardening, be had made some Inquiries a to this method which bad proved by the hendsoms trees and the rich and rare plants and fruit, ho excellent his manage ment, and ssys : "My question was, 'Hare yon succeeded so well to hare such thrifty and Urge rarrotmding fa the few years of your occnpaocy V : He an swered, I never fail in transplanting, if I strict ly observe three roles. The Int was to mark the portion of the tree or shrub to be removed ia reference to the points of the compass, as otherwise its sap-strength after removal, may be exhaasted, in the natural effort to change the condition of the misplaced southern bark to a northers, its eastern to a western, and Met rrs. His seeoad rale be could not reason out as well except by practice and analogy it was Ibis : To set oat all the shrubs and trees,...

Publication Title: White Cloud Kansas Chief
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
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