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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 28 June 1860

-I TERMS $2.00 PER AWUM, 15 ADTANCE. VOLUME III. NUMBER 51. J kt f 0tlrg. WTGffS OBATIOH OVER THE XTTB- a, Cweieeati Tlast fit s4rtb fcUowfnf capita! tj u, ea Mm Aatoeyh Ormtio orvr tbe dead body Mr rjeerlet srat ll" iapenoeu.i rnw njasaitr eare nad hia mw tbaa bit fneadi cm iMu They aifbt kin hia at Balliaere if tiny those, tat hit frisoda mU carry bis bleediof carcass to lb earth-West, show '" to tbe yoonr. M comiaf I cast their tnt voA, and tell tbea ikat this it eaother laasms-Nsbrsska Bill, nd Uni it Soatbera framed..- etmtbSraeU, Mt am. tan- Stmt as Ckiat-KtrMu Witwm in tit iatmtt-Dmtl' Ml Ijrwjr Htrrw Mm xnxiuv u ctrpuFtdtrml OJUm rails m tkt lare-friead. Eater ftTh Ta 'M4 kd bowed he slowly elamheia ta the tap of a ttreet railroad car, aaa aner ser- revilf tkt creed "'PiOf wr " Ibes: SYieads, Sicken. Democrats, lead aa yoar ears-. I earns to aery Doailst, d to praise bin. Tl ri that am do, lives aftat tbaa; Tbt eod it aft ieterred with their bones; g, let il aoc kt witk Def ...

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. — 28 June 1860

i Z)t Kansas Cljicf. I.. KILLER, - - - - - EDITOR. WHITE CLOUD, K ASS AS: fkirsdij: : : : : : Juae 28, i860. Hen'sTicket Who OwnThemsclycs FOR PRE8IDEHT, - ABRAHAM LINCOLN, OF ILLINOIS. irOR TICE PRESIDENT, HANNIBAL HAMLIN, OF MAINE. Fr Presidential Elector. R. GILPATRICK. J. B. LINES, T. D. THACHEIt. Hew Volume To Oar Friends. Ob the 12th day of July, the Chief will enUr poo iu Fourth Volume; and we deem this f ttinr occasion to address a few word to oar fHemdi and the public. The Chief has new been published long enough to satisfy the public that It is a perma- nentlf established institution. There are bat three older papers in the Territory tht Lea worth Herald, the Topefca Tribune, and the Leavenworth Times. Tht Chief and the Law tenet Republican issued their first numbers in the same week. In the past three years, we eve failed in but few Instances to issue the pa yer regularly each week. During the same pe riod, papers hare started op and gone down in rery direction around na;...

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. — 28 June 1860

mm Tounr Hen of Hew York. Toco America had a gloriona ratifi JL if Ken York CUj oa tb. 22d - crowd wu demo ; im leeuoj ear "WmSde the speech of tLe night. TTis iabject was. the issue of th daj. torj remarks end the following tert res- jSu Chaibjiab The Part u dead: ij the deed barj it. and let iu moarners, Iftber will, go boot tho ,treeU whiU Jrt demote ourselee to the living Pree , with its pressing duties, iU Ttst re lponibiIitie. end iu glorious hopee. Simply calling your attention to the atn peodoat development! of official fraud, peculation, end theft recently made be fore Investigating Committer at Wash .wnn and in the Federal office in this tit, I ask you to unite with me in thit laatiment : ' - - Retolted. That we recogniie not one merely hot two Irrepressible Conflicts tb first between expensive Free Labor on tb one bsnd, and aggressive, all grasp jo Slavery propagandist!! on the other ; h second not less vital, not less im mi- Bant between frugal government and tmnant admi...

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. — 28 June 1860

TT IT IP I ill Cheaper than Ercr! ; STEAM SAW MILL In Full last! THE undersigned, proprietors of the White Cloud Slum Saw Mill, take pleasure in . announcing to the public, that their mill is in the very bent order, and they hare commenced operation! for the season. They are prepared to do eawing of every kind and description, on the shortest notice. They will saw on the halves, or for meoey, very eheip. They will onstantly keep on hand ALL KINDS or LUMBER! which they will eell a little cheaper than can ka had anywhere elie. for Cath, or to good men on ahert time. They bare also an excellent . Lata Mill, anl are prepared at all times to fur nish LATHS in any quantity, at low rates. Giro nsa call, and satisfy yourselves that we a an do just what we ear. W.H. MAUCK SONS. White Cloud. March 17, 1859-tf. W. Q. SARGENT, Attorney and Connsfllor at Lar, NOTARY TUBLIC. And Commissioner for Maine, Massa chusetts, New York, Kentucky, and Missouri. OWN COUNTY, KANSAS. J Post Office Address Ham...

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 July 1860

... ,...:"'.' " ' r. -.t , ,, . : , ... . . . fr , , .-wa-lL. . . , ' ..', --. --r.-.r - ..-; ., : . ; '. ' " --5 rV-'-.. v. .. . ...( j,-f -T - -r-. , v : ; , .. .. - -.' . .' - ..:!. til . . 1 1 Sj '.!: . r ' -i t " , . jr - . . . " . . ' '" ...- . - .... . ... ; i , , , j t r . . ... . , -, i iniih - j '..-... . , ' . ... . - -. -- " es ..! -f 'II I ifiii,:' i f;;lfweii:ifMF- 0L. MILLER, EDITOR LD FUBLISBCR. ' ; ' i w THE CONST1TUTJON AND THE UNION- ' ' ... 1 - . - 4 ' i TERMS $2.00 PER IS ADTA5CS.' VOLUME III. NUMBER 52. j IKE CHICAGO C05YESTIOH. Tiny i, thy c , gH t twc Timm rilT, -rn mM, . T (kMM Hi m IW waiaf aw. ) 1 MtiM Wm k "llj , j. Ami kill Wr Mat I bn Whrt: tnm Hartk. Am Stfe. fnm Em thy gm T cfcja Ik ku W(oUn Wt. TW Eapin But, pteid, Wd tl rm, datn btr 0afd1i kuHi feftii Th chMWiaa fib rifhu W Tm Km fankM4 Hacta Waa baf kaa feafbl. ia Slararyi tower, Tat airaul atnbn at Ika fret Warn aarta aya fcmMi a koar. Ami ulb tka aaa&ct jrat U ka Tkiantiet wkjek aiaat arat tf...

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 July 1860

Srjc Kansas tftjicf. SOL. MILLER, EDITOR. WHITS CLOTH), KAHSAS: Tktniij: : : : : : July 5, I860. Men's Ticket Who Own Themselves FOR PRESIDENT, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, OF ILLINOIS. TOR VICE PRESIDENT, HANNIBAL HAMLIN, OF MAINE. Far Presidential Elector, It. QILPATRICK. C. B. LINES, T. D. THACHER. 27 ew Volume To Our Friend. On the 12th day of July, the Chief will enter upon iu Fourth Volume; nod we deem this fitting occasion to address a few word to our friends and the public. The Chief hat new been published long enongb to satisfy the public that it is a porma nently established Institution. There are but three older papers in the Territory the Lear enworta Herald, the Topeka Tribune, and the Leavenworth Time. The Chief and the Law renee Republican issued their first numbers in the same week. In the put three years, we have failed in but few instances to issue the pa per regularly each week. During the same pe riod, papers bare started up and cone down in every direction around as; and ma...

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 July 1860

atioa of II rittTr'r.T.m. of Georgia. " TUltimorb. J one u wiltiwly asserted here to n.ght 11 nS that Mrv Fitepainck pa tf!SEil nomination that ha. fe WiiimroTO. June 25. r;ntrick having declined the in oF Vice President, thf N. Committee have snbstitiited Her ? vTbnson.. of Georgia. The to inform the candidates of Sio-. waited oo Got John- . .itrht at the national noun. them' in the Urge dining room SSXi. "bich wV crowded with 1.- .ndtlmen.Tne accepted the 'lk'' declaring th.t the fTfcwonld sustain the pnnciplee laid in it I" hU"pinion the doctrine intervention was necessary to the Nation of the Union. Applause. ffbe shonld quietly, firmly, and be , hr,Tely, accept the responsibility him. He cherished tb, S?Hhst Providence would lead as ont cWi, digMteri, and in His good H conduct ns to tranquility and peace. pcontiPedch,cring-J From Washington. Wasbisotoh, June 27. rjje Bretkenridge and Lane National ComitW i composed of the following "ben : Isaac J. Stephens of Oregon. rTr W. Hug...

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 July 1860

111) li 11 Cheaper than ETerl STEAM SAW MIL In Full BCIasi! THE undersigned, proerietort of the Whit Cloud Steam Saw Mill, take pleasure In announcing to tb public, that their mill it is the very best order, and thevhave commenced operations for lb seaaoo. Tbey are prepared to do tawing of every kind and description, on the shortest notice. They will taw on the halve, or for menev. very (heap. Her will eeuetantly keep o hand ALL KINDS Of LUMBER! whieh they will tell a little cheaper thaa eaa be bad anywhere else, for Caih, or to good men oa short time. They bar alto an excellent Latb Mill, and are prepared at all timet to fur ltb LATH3 in any quantity, at tow rata. Girt at a call, and aatitfy tootmItm that we an dejust what we say. WM. MAUCK t SONS WkiU Cland, March 17, 1859-tf. W. G. SARGENT, Attorney and Counsellor at Lar, NOTARY PUBLIC. And Commissioner for Maine, Mass' caasetts, New York, Keatucky, and Missouri. OWN COUNTY". KANSAS. IT Post Offlce Address Hamlin, Hiawatha, or Pa...

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 July 1860

;l "!? rl crrrri'sf .;. litis' ' i - vTr. 2 fJ.-j-l " s7(-,'i 57 r r . : - . c I i : ? i t - - 3 7 ti' v. ... :.. iff V-o 1. t ,i - : r V . .. CL. KILLER," EDITOR AND PTELISHER. . VOLUME IV.-NUMBER 1, jSS WBE EJCQRASrS LAXEST, T HON. MM. OITO. 71a an ni tpritf ftwfc i p, AW lbrWuM jtw Miry, AW tlx Im-Kfbt r ty. TW phw to Kttto ekuf4, Mwy J can M r '! ' m aiu Ik Mft clup afTMC kaa4, Iti pm WMtk mm mj thttk, JLtl I Mill kep lift 'if fat W rJ T tm T ipk. Tw Wl ywirt ka. Aai dM KnU eaorci Mad TW quit lt MI7 I m ite ipin Im kcra: -Bat tkcfrm-rul Hm betww, Mry, Aad atf M ( kmk jov rrMS F IVv hi4 dUf , la tlM. Witk jmt tebj M ;o bmt. 1 mrw kwla , Mfy; Far IW pMf Hti m fridi . . (M. ah, lkr Im th better iiiH Tka fav oar Falbrr aaaib: Aaa raa atara all I kad, Marf , Mr Hataiaf aaJ priaa TWm'i aataiaf laft ! aara far , Aaca aif poor Marr Taan war tka bnra, (aw4 bairt, Mar. Tkat atifl kept kpM (VW laa uaat ia God bad kft air ' kmi mj rnm"t raaaf ttreagth kad (Oaa. TWia waa eearbrt er oa roar J...

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 July 1860

l)t Kansas t)uf. OIm miller, EDITOR. WHITX CLOTH), XA5SAS : Thtrriar: : : : : : JiJ - l86 Hen'sTicket Who Own Themselves FOB PRESIDENT, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, OF ILLINOIS. FOR TICK PRESIDENT, HANNIBAL HAMLIN, OF MAINE. Few rreeideetial Electors, R. QILPATBICK, O. B. LINES. T. D. THACHER. What Thty Hat Accomtlkhrd. The Democracy la Congress, daring the put teuton, have certainly done all in their power to merit the execrations of sv- err honest tnan. To their internal dis tention they hare added a long list of enteereble acts, which will assist id aron aiog the people to a trne understanding of the failings and corruptions of the Democratic psrtj, and give them renew ad seal in the work of consigning it to the doom which sorely awaits it. They hsrs refused to pass the tariff bill. which will render their success hopeless Id Pennsylvania, and wherever there are manufacturing and industrial interest suf fering for protection. They have defeated a Homestead, and thereby merited the condemnati...

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 July 1860

T0 "T-l. lamt At,' that aeafia. tv - tP"'t ear. to the great where rtV Ma.aw L- i u flCcBoM new ' lroo SnffW Sassa-aa surpasses iSTtoU-ded tosrtou Lang de.. (JJaediciD. th have Dot lb rfJ-1 CBrtU .,he wr,ppW4' asu- ght Kansas t)itf, " rmuvxr. r -ttt LEK. rr.riett 'werrE cloud; KANSAS. Terw- - - Srtl -ibu-Tm Doners yw, in 8" SJrt U advance, et the rate of 1 "pVcTata'of number from U CttI?TTtl.50 -"- For Club of "tIaTtl eh. Mo Club take for il ooo yew. u Bono oent .Tteeo-r-iiwtho order. Any ffJr.eopyoy.g" gate fir Advertising. Omsar,. (10 Un- or lem.) on. week. 1 "deductioni will be mads to those -ho VufJcTye.r1y advertiser U b oancinf: cu.did.tes for oMce. $3. to uVed advertisements ehsrged extra. -S editorial notices, and communications JZSmSi uaturs. $2 per , IhCoUomoU received, not marked for any BIori-eriioi. will b. ;eoti.r- 2T.Mil forbid. nd charged accordingly. "i?, Tent '.drertisement. must bo paid iriSELi barged to th. peoo. Jiy adbersd to, unless varied by apodal "SJmOB PRI...

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 July 1860

$w farmer. Lice and Ticks Sheep. x . Xlo and Tkkl Infest Sheep of ill ages, bat ere most tnmblesome to lmb$. Treatment. The Most ooirvenlent mods of destroying ticks la to feed Sulphur to animals thai afflicted. For this purpose, feed to each hundred sheep, weekly, 10 to 13 ounces of Soar of sulphur mixed with their condiment ; or, feed the same amount of 8alphor to them weekly, In small doses, nixed with their provender, until the ticks are destroyed, which will generally be ef fected within three or four weeks. They should be examined, and as soon as the desired effect is obtained, the sulphur should be held from them. 8ulphar Is a relaxing article, and while they are using it they will be mors subject to take eolds than at other times, and conseqaent ly, the most proper time for killing ticks in this manner la In cold dry weather in winter, or in warm dry weather in summer, when the sheep are well covered with wool.- but not immedi ately after they ars shorn. This method baa been...

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. — 19 July 1860

.' ( ; ' i .:! :. . .! j ... ! . ' , fi 'i '? ;' j i ' J I. :;.v . V nv'-''ra4..ViVf JiyA f : . a I . I j l! i .- ; IOL. JIILLEE, EDITOR 1SD PUBLISHER. THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. TERMS $2.00 PER AW EM, Vi ADTAXCE. VOLUME IV. NUMBER 2.j T WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS,! THURSDAY, JULY 19, 1860. WHOLE NUiMBER, 158. TP i V Kill Jul I ' THE HAPPY PlttHT. la e 4. re a Jaarae liitmi; i the Flrtt, the great fiwwii jaa,th ritubwr writar; Jhh, wheat Oatead raaaifeetw ' . jaawe, wha lailmid th clain af T twy. AW aMW ft eaal aad Mr k; . ITka mm hi GmtMti u tuni, iriHiiwJ Brigbaai Vaaagra Ctafc. That it If Mntnijtt aright Aaerieh. la then day weat Hiawatha, Piiiiwtie Hiawatha, DewataCbarieitM-eaMgthaaiggare, Waiw (A aalli " fhon la ant Maiutiw For rat greet ehair i Um White Ham. or the rreaideattel nail a. Awl the Hw Shalt Mi la BA BbeBa, With "eta Cagrer aad Feraaady, Baaa af Tewwaay aai Moaaft, Oaaf laaiiai tnm aat tha Nank-bad, raa tW Taaaiba aai fm lb Saatb-laai, Fm ika Haatan afTltpaia. Fra tka...

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 July 1860

&t)e Kansas l)itf. OL. MILLER ----- EDITOR. WHITE CLOUD, XA5SAS: Tavsiaj: : : : : : Jly It, IK Ifo'sTiflel Who OiniTliesiselres FOR PRESIDENT, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, ' OF ILLINOIS. FOR TICE PRESIDENT, HANNIBAL HAMLIN, OF MAINE. Sensible Cobcujsiob. The Brown Till (Nbrsk) Advertiser, which wi B original Doogla paper, having car ried hie name at iU mast-head mow than a year past, last week haaled down the flag, and announced itself in favor of the lection of Lincoln and Hamlin. The editor gives hit reasons for this step, which are sensible and pertinent. He are he is in favor of non intervention in the Territories ; that the Republicans are in favor of intervention against Slavery, and tbe ' Breckinridge party in favor of Slavery; that Dooglas has no earthly chance of an election, if he carries even a single State, an4 that either Lineoln or Breckinridge is sure to be elected ; that the slavery question is the issue, and mast be met ; that a vote for Douglas is an indirect vote for Brec...

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 July 1860

l3" Waihu-oto, Jan 28. n m ICCIDESJ ATO THEI fMIM TOWaKD DOCQLAI. -. vm made iMt niebt by Brack -aLa!. Toomb tod other, fndi that th wf ' Don,M " to h. wtifrf with onrwtnitting bitterae. TK CoMtitotion t0! remain eflent, jib Icdj to th bnlief that th report tro that it u abool t impend iu pab- liCttlOB. teb locrmi puis. Tfci Richmond Enqn'rer lo. tboogb UittiDC tb n.emJ of Breckiaridg and r- haf not yat laid om word about . .- TIT. i sufficient number of paptrt from iL cMth ta determine bow the current ranning. bot I ba no doubt aerea tights of tbem will aopport tbe Breckin xidge ticket. wht rmrATRicK decutid. Tbi declination of Got. Fitxpitrick ii , terrible blow to the Dongla ticket fbey fol'f CAleaiaiea upon oie acccpianca, ttV hai dm been ondentood ai beret o Amm anociation with Donglaa, Jjairinr the nomination which he Tbe 8 oa them preuare, bower wu Bort-tbM be eoald etand, and he pre wiy.' rom'i qcaii nrroRT or docolai. Forney give Dongla an independent mnnort. which don't -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. — 19 July 1860

Jinr- Jarmcr. - . Care for the Cattle Disease. ! A.O.Hall, M. V., eontribstes to the New York Time an article on the cattle disease. He had Tinted a farm where it prevailed, and recommends the following treatment : . la the first place, change the condition from a negative to a positive one, either by electri sation or by giving medicines to effect the lame purpose, for until that is changed a core is im eossible. With that in view I would recom mend chlorine, iodine, oxygen and bromine. If the local irritation is great I would also recom mend the inhalatioa of burnt tar or boiling bi tumen. The feed should be light and nutritious, corn or oat meal mixed with wet straw, cut fine and allowed to ferment. This acid food will tend to produce the positive condition, and should be given alternately with grass. The feed should be slightly salted, -chlorine in the salt producing the same eclectrie condition. Blood letting, purging and depletion should be moved. The bowels should be moved da...

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 July 1860

J if v-I-: iv.j. t I '5 I I , H H I IN. In h &XX&22&.. ixsWV . .UIK -s -i. i ! vf : i . .. ftjj j 7: I i! ;;!. i .tT-ev icm .v .-.!:. . i : . ; . .1 . . t ..... , eni. tfll.s'EBV EDITOR IVD l-TBMSllTRJl " '" ! " ; -- r- - - -- - ...J , r- f. . ., VOLUME I V.--NUMBER 3.j JBEEDOM'S BATTLE-CALL. Je4iete4 t.Cai X Clkf. ' - BY CEORGE Vf. tUXGAT.' . t'w f rr "! LijM kasftm M BMaUis'a MfU? ' BinM Ik k wbo knln rncliia tWil CMraf ! Ih C(ht! Ki( IW fomnrt ktlU ja mH tlx apim! Tia dn (umUa kam hijk! " ttt klck-Hpp cum Wick im (m, Aai tknu of frtdia mi lh thy'. . Oar blton' kkaW efi fto aWat; Tkcir keam kaat ia tba karl of mi . . Thait Miilki fraal Cd rnat, . . TWi f Ikmi ar wtratk ml ! Akm Ikaif kaiknrad frmi mm vntf I'paa Uiau ncnd aakaa kaaalf . Ami, ia arnaaet af tha aad, Dubcaik Unit kanrrad Madat af itaal! ga ai God! enaM watl or woa, tVa lJf aar koaar of aat Haat Ta aal far (rraooai, wkila km Ta aiaa witkia tmt raaek aarriToa! '' La! arrriad raaki af krraaa kaara Monk la taa...

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 July 1860

I) c Kansas Cljuf. SOL. KILLER EDITOR. WHITE CLOUD, XAJTSAS: Th.rs.sv: : : : July 26, 1880. Men's Ticket Who OvraThcmsclTCS FOR PRESIDENT, ABRAHAM LINCOLN OF ILLINOIS. FOR TICE PRESIDENT, HANNIBAL HAMLIN, OF MAINE. Iswo.iATtoH MeiTiiio. A. mtu meet ing wm called to assemble at Troy, on Saturday last, to protest against and do nonnce the extravagance and corruption of onr present Board of County Commis sioner!, in squandering the pnblic money upon party favorites dismissing snits for tbe recovery of stolen school money ; paying the claim of bogus officers, for prosecuting tnd persecuting Froo State men; awarding a contract to a Democrat at $800 more than was bil by a Repub lican ; and other matters of a like nature. As for onrself, we were not in favor of each a meeting. The people were ac quainted with the spirit and acts of the Kansas Democracy for four or five years. They had seen it and fell it in all its loveliness. They have seen what Demo racy is everywhere, whenever it can ob...

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 July 1860

Political ITnwe.: - Kkw Yom. JoljlS. meeti0ff.of National Democrats. Zi of b"7 w,in POj?0 of m hTd t the Union . norm, L,0"V-r.l Committee favorable to lectio" of Poog'w nd ' . 1 himrf a oano'idete , District of rljcao, Jol 13.-On. of the larg- . -.h1iMi inMtinneTer con vend in fT,v.waibeM Iit night. The tarn 7.000 - AtumblM. Jdrewe were made by Hon. Robert tfcKiigbt, Representative or th. 22J Licfcniolber gentlemen. The names ptfWCT,"" o . ... . . Lueoin wu - I Front Hew York. Kiw York, Jh.1t 17. flu Vf orH's corrtipondent eaji Sen' ofCKngm" hw written a letter de nptxjrt DooelM. loho Mornwy peWiHbee a challenge to m a risen an fs-vn Hsenan, ottering s - ??JL for from 10 to $10,000. The meeting It evening, in Union c of Fillmore and conservative ho are in favor of Lincoln anJ Hamlin, ws very Urge anl enthus'iattlc. rx.jadge William Mitchell presided. gpeechei were male by Horace Gree v, Rofai Andrews and Daniel Ullraan.' Md lettert were read from Roger S. Bald win of Connecticut. J...

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 July 1860

ax Jwracr. Soataer aa. Northern Cornfield. A tjoereepoodent of the Scientific American, writing from Kentucky, communicate the fol lowing, which may interest our agricultural friend: ItUi cartoo fact that th Yankees, with all .their Ingenuity, bar never leaned to plow a Might furrow, while every negro in the Sooth will lay off a field, however large, without bar ing a bend of a foot In a tingle row. The fur row are not only uuight bat parallel, the last one in a field a quarter of a mile square alwaye coming out parallel with the fence. A Virginia (Wrmer, 63 yean of age, told me that he ncrer bad a ihort row in hie cornfield in hU life. In the new Statet, whenever you we crooked rowi you may know yon are among people from New York, New England and Ohio, and whenever the row are straight, you will find that ia a et tlement of Southerner. Thii accuracy is ow ing to the method of laying off the ground. If it is desired to have the row three and a half feet apart, two stakes are cut, ea...

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