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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 2 August 1860

- I w ... 1 1 '. f ''' i . ; 111 lit life: I'iV-l lift- 1 M I V,l, 111 ,: a ' . - Mill III ! fl H 111 111 III I IOL. KILLER, EDITOR AXD PUBLISHER. J. vSlE IV. NUMBER 4.J ntD ABB'S PEELIMINARY VISIT 0 TO TEE WHITE HOUSE. , V- - n- nilitni Ciui" ,, ikYaai merewet, Wm ,n -J b, ail aeigbbert the aad beet! M.V MO, "" lf fon" """ fc. ke wot " ' "'Mbiiifto. City. El U, Ao. Ii ana Spriegfield, ewt 1'Hooli. pTkite ke'd loeg beea the pride of the mi Bad tiie boy;- at h wUu wiUl ' of u u katw that tbt people bad aaotber to lot. Ei ta, fee. , Ab'nni be tradged en to Wnihiegtoo Kra.ght, ,w retched tko Writ Hoi throegh tbo Arcane gate; OU Back aad kn etoaiet (mm cblpt from Ibo Booth,) w 4, Eu loom, rather dowa is tho Mouth. Bi ta, fce. Old Abe "Ired tbt keocker, aai gn .ooh a thump, k ihoorM ih Su Ship had na law a itaaip: f, mkli an m, m tanwd daadly pilo That aolia, ! bt, "aia aa beoa ion wftk a rail Bi ta, kc. Ii lwit, nni Joitr, aad opea tho door" Ai Ibt foaetioaary" aoarly fall oowa aa tha I...

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 August 1860

)t Kansas 2LI)uf. L. ktlLLER, EDITOR. WHITS CL0I7D, KAK3A8: Tkirilaj: : : : : AirusI 2, 1880. Mea'. Ticket Who OtfnThemsehes TQ& PRESIDENT, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, OF ILI.INOTS. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, HANNIBAL HAMLIN, OF MAINE. Dos't Do It. It in advised by many, Id view of tbe improDahility of carrying Missoori for Lincoln, nd in order to de teat (lie Democracy, that the Republicans of that State Tote with the Bell party. At heartily as we despite Democracy, nd ae good a man aa we esteem John Bell to be. if we had any authority to ad viae the Republicans of Missouri, we would eay don't do it. Tbe Union par ty of Missouri are endeavoring to ontdo the Democracy in tbe way of abneing the Republicans ; and were they placed in tbe eiloaion of the Republicans, ae regard natnerical strength, when the tut came they would vote with the Dem ocrats, in order to defeat the Republi can. We saw a specimen of this last Winter. When the contest for the Speakership in Congress had narrowed down so that i...

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 August 1860

"rtf BOOKS ! BOOKS f ! CXOBGE ni ui. -. AID n,i,i.ater .f the Cil Bock. EaternrUe, No. 439 Chtout iw, r Philadelphia. JMT PUBLISHED. ; MEDICINE. FAMILY DOCTOR- muaacni L,w and Jf eaas of Physical Caltare Adapted! to Practical Use, L of DigMtion, Breathing, Ventilation, ni es at la Lung, Circulation and Renovation, Law ggj Pisceses i tne "am, ""6i Tsmperatore, Food ana Umng, roison, tx ircU snd Rert, tc, etc How to Prevent Consumption, 7 1th wneral opinion and direction! conducive 10 a long and nraiwy nie.anu remiru mauve letbt Right I' of Physician, ar W. A. ALCOTr. M. D. With thirty on illustrations. One volum, Itao, 550 pp.. hendomeIy bound la cloth Prie $100. And upon receipt of tha price and tl cnt additional for Postage, a copy of the took, together with a handsome pretant. worth from 50 cent to $100, will be sent to any addraaa is tht United States. frtm th Ameritan prttbflcrian, Philadelphia. "ThU If a valuabla treatiia on the preserva tloa and col tare of health. It contain ...

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 August 1860

Jinr.Jle Jarmtr. The Time t Dnii Wet Lands. ' There U gerally tim betwen the close of ft baying HUM and th Tall rain," wbn firmer find that tb springs and stresms ar low, they can operat by ditching and cutting away obstructions to good advantaga'in draining thtii lowland.. Soros farmsrs neglect to begin tbi buainaa bocaus they cannot finish it at on job, without hiring more help, they can -well af ford to. In such caaei, would it not be advisa ble to look over tb ground atcertain what la Manned to be don to Sct perfect, drainage, or to giv yon coatrol of the water, and begin upon it doing part at a timet .In thia way, by a little pemveranc for a few year you will ul timately accomplish the undertaking. Tb profit will then begin to accumulate, and repay for tb labor and coat expended. We know of Mveral inatancea where individual bare fol lowed each a courae, wbo are now reaping a rich reward for their faith and perseverance. There are many caaea where the lowland are somewhat extens...

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 August 1860

: '"iumo !f .Jft:. ''" !"1;1'5-'-: ;it,K:.Trhri(ii:r,f,;...::,iv, i ...... . , .V Ti: " T-"' U7 !'. !.! . ;;' yr j.,,; ' v --;'.... ' ' .... . .- .,i.a f OL. MILLER, EDITOR 1JED fCBLISEEB. . VOLUME IV. NUMBER 5. J- SBAVB OLD ABE. , tr w.cvrmu lit jt U Itat jnu." FrM Waat. fraai Eaat, " Booth, l"atb, Waat nrr1""! threap, F tortOM AWaraaooriaf fartk Faf Bran OM AW, bj boji! rBmOM Mm; Tak p Ik tM. ud f( it aleof hlimOMiM B,', jtrt tW fof r "id ,t m Hrt jut Ik Bta far D; A mar, kriwr knrt tbu w, ' " T Tka pMpW wmu . Fat Bnn OM Aba, ay Wji! Far BrtTa OU Abri Tik P ka aaf , roll aa tb WD . Far Brm OM Aba! OU Aba ii mtit af (tuia auS; Tha tart tkat aaaar faib; For Cibiart-wark ka' faa4 aamffe ' nm-nn far rptittiaf nib. Far Irara OM Aba, my bayi! FarBrmOMAba; Wall aplit tha Paajatratia nil , With Brara OM Aba! OU Aba, tbay lay, ii Mt faataa I -' Ha waan tloachiaf hat; Bat, with a haait aa traa aa ataaU Da'a aaaa tk arorta far that. For Brara OM Aba, raj boya! Far Brara OM Aba; Aa traa aa cm...

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 August 1860

Stc Kansas t)tef. OL. MILLER, EDITOR. WHITS CLOUD, KAJTSAS: ThtTitay: : : : : Aigast IMG. Men's Ticket Who Om Themsclres FOR PRESIDE JIT, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, OF ILLINOIS. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, HANNIBAL HAMLIN, , ( OF MAINE. Tna Democratic Drocoht. Nothing serves more vividly to illustrate the -for lorn nd hopeless condition of bogus De- reoerecy, than the desperate eagerness with which they grasp at straws. In their days of conscious strength, it was their wont to bo ant of Democratic prin eiples. Their principles and their acts were favorite themes, and upon these tbey invited discussion. But now principle is scarcely ever mentioned by them They declare -their willingness to nnite with anything to beat the Republicans. They become almost frantic with delight. when the would -be leaders of some insig nificant faction companions in their misery propose to nnite with them. Even now their newspapers are uttering colnmns of joy, became the keepers of the ghost of the Know-nothing party in Ne...

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 August 1860

eTrarmaBre-alow ftwttt Mlowlft- . . .. f Attantf Geunl -rt w '-i . - . ioo look fci. m"w lot . m ur that in hii countenance we eoold .iBji.4 e tu - j.v. T-oesiieni " "P" wv. - i Alter uee . Whtyaotn wnw - AifM-illitoooocJo. . f C Attorney General Black baa reported wi te California, showing that about nee wd fifty millioB dollars worth of land u that state " , ..v.k..t ult,.iliM.l dpnpon"8 ""' w . i -.Cowroweot. - - r. f faun A letter from Providence In I world.bwftheopmon that sJthonfbKbode 1, it on oi ut most conservative siatcsia .v-nnioo.o)U If thro are Ua real ear- ottpkiBi Ball aod Ererett men la die 8uu. n, Tniie tper " Ulking of a Union I the DoogtuaodBetl aad Ererott atoo, TVy art. at aay rate, polting together. 1 n Eighteea papers ia the State of ZUiaoU, : -i k.m in Emt. which have Barer be- wct ..r- r?.. . ...... liri ewoMed Eepibiicanism, nare noisteo tne Uaeola and Hamlin flag BtraiKTioe' Joe Lane once exclaimed. nM eonTeatioosr And now a contention kifaaataedaim. ... r...

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 August 1860

m . farmer. Tie Crop Froepects ia the Wert. For to ae tin a put, we bare been in receipt of mriespondence from onr agricultural friends throughout the West, respecting the prospects of tbe crops the present eeaeon in the various sections in which they .-eslds. From these lct tere, we are led to believe that the amount of grain which wiH be harvested this fall will fcr exceed that of any other year. More groind baa been broken and placed older process of caltiratioa than ever before. It ia troe that In many diatricU tbe farmer! have labored under great disadvantages, front various sources. In one eectioM, the long continued drouth soms whai retarded tbe growth of winter wheat and corn which bad been planted early in others aerere froeta did more or less injury. .Again, the tornado which swept over Eastern Iowa and Western Ulinoie, severely injured, and in some Instances, utterly reined all the fields of vege tation in iia coarse. Still, there are other re gions where the fanners hare...

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 August 1860

- ' ' I I i 7. . ll 4 Hi li t t SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AD PUBLISHER. . VOLUME IV.NUMBER 6. J "HOlfEST OLD ABE," LIN, TOO. AND HAM r&eseectrul'r Dedicated to lb 8. A. D. (uO Part;. All" Tip?, mi Tfltr, tee." Wast has ' "' r4 eoMMl, motion, motion, pie eoeetre through! rro&na'i Car it bearieg along Honest Old Aba," and Hamlin, loo, (inert Old Ahe,"aad Hamlia, too; , clear tba track, littla Dug. Oof , Dag, To political temble-bag; Bo, deal tbe track, littla Dug. AtCairtrO Freemen gathered, gathered, gntlierej, Earaert and tree; a,,d with one roice proclaimed their choice Bouit Old Abe," aad Hamlin, too, -Heaest Old Abe," aad Hamlia, too; Aad wit tlx a wall boat littla Stare, Start, Store, Ht caaaot tha People deceire; Aad with thcai trail bait litlla Star. Tba Charleston-Baltimore Coorention, rentioo, vention Of Slarcrritrs, " Fai IH to connect" in eery rerpeet It opened wild prayers aad closed with lights. It opened with prayers aad cloud with fights, Aad adjourned to tifk mud ii...

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 August 1860

&t)e Kansas l)uf. It. KILLER, EDITOR. -QKTT2 CLOUD, XAVSA8: TViriiay: : : : : Aigast 16, 1860. HeB'sTlfketWhoOwnThcraselfes rOR PRESIDENT, ABRAHAM LINCOLN,- OF ILLINOIS. FOR TICK PRESIDENT, HANNIBAL HAMLIN, OF MAINE. O TBI Back Tuck. We baye no (iced quite a number of emigrant teams, within a few weeks past, on their way eastward. All that we bare seen, wore from Southern Kansas. Sickness and tbe droatb are driving them away. We bare beard of several on tbeir way from southern Kansas, who bave settled in Northern Kansas, instead of going back East, at tbey bad intended when tbcy started. Strenuous efforts bare been made to tarn emigration into Southern Kansas, until a majority of people were impressed with tbe notion tbat it was the only part of tbe Territory fit to Jive in. Bat it is beginning to be foand oat that there is a Northern Kansas. However, people are foolish for pulling np stakes and Ieaviog a country, simply because of one season's drouth or sickness. Such calamitie...

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 August 1860

'jjSjnent Tax List of Brown Coanty, Kansas Territory. neqr Z) 15 1 56 156 156 1 54 156 156 15'i 4Ci a w qr do a w qr do a eqr do a a qr - 21 a w qr do a eqr a wqr a pt a w qr neqr; :1:2:13 : h:2 :do : 19:2: do 21 ; 2 do do : 2 : do ICO., do SO.. 160... do do do... 80... do -do- 2 oo : 2oo 2 oo : 2oo 4 6? 468 468 Entirely icw Stock -is I 13. I 13 2oo: 2 oo 2oo:2oo 2 5o : 2 5o 2 5o:2 5o 125: 135 125:125 125: I 25 OF o at CI "o o .2 1858 468 4C8 4 68 qr 3J2 312 3 12 3 12 312 312 312 3 12 3 12 3 13 312 3 12 3 12 do: do : do: do: a w qr do of persons taxed. a ' 1 s 3 ft J 1859 neqr: 22: 2 n w qr : 22 : 2 Iif eqr: 23; 3 whfnwq: it:2 e hf a e qr : 24 : 2 nhfneqr:24:2 do 468 4 6e a. a eqr awqr awqr awqr a eqr 23 24 do do - 03 AT THE STORE. 0? ei 50 9 81 50 do do do (-kahsna GiturJ glarWelden irortrong Wm H gjldirio George Corll Jamea Btti Jnw J Hmling Elisha gnrp lur,,n (jiborne E B B.wmFO SdoitJC CMiIr 31 Li Via Cnren Wm .Villiama C !! S A Anderson Thoraaa Avini Abner Aadertoa A o do n A C...

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 August 1860

Jk tjje Jarraer. HayMaklag. Aa aha mmod for making bay U approaching, t will give a few word of caatlou In advance. J)a't dry four lay tot mack Hay may bo triad till It l aa worthies aa atrav. A good eotWmaker would aay. "don't born your cof fee, bat brown Hi" ao wa aay, -don't dry your bay, but ear it." Oar good old mo than who relied on barb tea, instead or "potbecary med VcJse," gathered their berba wbea In bloaaom. ud tarmd Oum in the Thlsis thephilos- by of making good bay. Cut in tha bloaaom, and etn-a la tba abade. The aagar of the plant, wben tt la in bloom, ia in tha atalk ready to form tba acei. If the plant ia cut earlier, th sugar ia not there; If later, the augar bae been converted to woody matter Hay abould be well wilted in the sun, bat cur ed In the cock. Belter to be a little too green than too dry. If, on putting into tba barn, there ia daager of "beating in the mow," put en noma aalt. Cattle will like it none the leea. Heat, light, and dry wind, will aoon take tba...

Publication Title: White Cloud Kansas Chief
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 23 August 1860

til.. ,i - t . T. "TJE'.Y ..'sj.iWv . ... -fil . -n . s tor to - w . Illl ill II II !l H.illl 151 I ., .. . 11 ill U III I El lfl II If 111 . 5. i-" ,riv k.i 1SI IjeTN ll IH III MI 1 .1 11 IH II u u. v.M . i . v h i hi liny in iii : iwfesr nv i y h b iwa y ewii i"--" i VOLUME IV.- NUMBER 7. ( IDYLS OP THE PRESIDENT. fTee pUic am leejuste) la ondersuaJ that this la sot laiutMi w teonyson.j f. J. D. HirhtV iKtHa lay m the White Honee; bet, alas! PM only had the txtm of evening spread Annul the hallowed place; darker baa Basted apoa the ancient, farrowed brow Of him whom age aad mien entitled To bear tka keaored aama of "Page of VVheatlaads. The gas was oa. The roast orae aver aow; Aad, aid aad silent, la Ike baanaet kail Ba ut, arkilt aMBorr. nawd fraai apatke Br tkii airkt'i vori, played filfollj inm; Tkt gnrei and ienalckm of J. B .' bnt a . Alone ka at; wkea oa tka anrkj air Cue aoaadi atcWioct from eigk'brlng ekarck, rrecUiaiimj la eack listeain; auricle That aaidfiistit tkea waa ...

Publication Title: White Cloud Kansas Chief
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 23 August 1860

igfye Kansas t)ief. OL. KILLER, - EDITOR. WB3TB CLOUD, XAISA8: Tkiniaj: : : : : Atgwt 23, 1880. Hea'i Ticket Who Themselves rox PRESIDENT, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, 07 ILLINOIS. FOR TICK PRESIDENT, HANNIBAL HAMLIN, OF MAINE. Thbt Risk it. Tbe names of aubscri- ban ara already beginning to roll in, op on onr proposition to send the Chief one rear, to be paid for when Lincoln is elec ted President. Shove them along we are still holding ont tbe same offer. Two or three fogy Know-Nothings in New York have sold ont to Douglas, and it is rumored that Breckinridge contemplates withdrawing send on the names. If yon still hesitate, carefully read the 8L Louis Republican, the Cleveland Plain Dealer, anJ papers of their ilk, then roll aleag tbe names there is still "room for one more" on onr books. One person who baa accepted the offer, puts the question : If Lincoln should die before the election, wooldn t we be in a snap then ? In such an event, the bar gain would stop right there, and we would eall ...

Publication Title: White Cloud Kansas Chief
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 23 August 1860

. ess t ., nu.teh lo UndnnaU ioamercin j clitics! wuuir P fcncoln W Paroed to Speak greiHartU). Iu.., Aag. 8, 1860. tvL, Bepnblican demoaairatioa, this ing surpasses the expectationa of the rrt Uttgn. The square shoot the K nne resembles a MS W fire. fheoch which eolid rtoke of Wide Ws86 "u J fLmuit. Vkmmga through the city is j ,nlL owing to the blockade ol tbe im fSiowd " is altogether the gra.t, 1. political eantiral erer witnessed in 5 Doogtait- aAl.it thi.. for, u ipeakiog from fire standi, and .l, wigwam ia an tinceasing blast of jtanp speeches and aong singing, and .intinff inside and ont. Lincoln's speech thie afternoon was to tally mhtended. He waa seized npon I- (be crowd, polled out of a carriage, tad forced to respond by a throng wild ,ita enthusiasm. Sioma. Texas Eleetloa-Iasarreclioaarr amasr. Kaw Obluks, Aug. 14. Retnras from coantiea in Texaa jiri Floornoy (Dem.) for Attorney Qen Srs! 4T1 majority. Xbe Abolitionists are operating active ly on the Western border. Ther...

Publication Title: White Cloud Kansas Chief
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 23 August 1860

I Tbe crisis is past, the people are rejoicing, and Ku just return ad from tbe East, with the largest and best (elected itock of Goods everofftir ed in this market, and U ready to wait on hii old customers, and all who arc disposed to give him a call, lie has now on hand a complete assortment of READY MADE HATS Al CAPS. BOOTS AND SHOES. AND Ii THE L.INE OF GROCERIES: COFFEE, TEA. SUGAR, MOLASSES, FLOUR, MEAL, PEPPER, 8PICE, SODA, Qnccnswarc, Glassware, PUTTY, GLASS, WIHDOW SASH, n.iU. t wholesale and retail. Table Carpenters Tools, Door Trimmings, Wooden Ware of all Kinds, Coil Eope, Bed Cords, and Twine ! All of which are offered for sale cheap, for Cash or Country Produce. Call and examine my clock before purchasing elsewhere. Corn, Oats aud Potatoes taken in exchange fur Goods. Pike's Peak Emigrants furnished with complete outfits, on the most reasonable terms. White Cloud, Apr 19, 18G0-tf. V. II. FORNCROOK. MORRIS & CHENEY ARE on hand, as usual, with a large and complete ass...

Publication Title: White Cloud Kansas Chief
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 30 August 1860

Ill WW i 2, 11 3 if ' gOL. MILLER, EDITOR AXD PCELISHER. J- VOLUME IV.--NUMBER 8. XHE LITTIE GIA1T AST) HIS 8E0BT LEGS. A BALLAD HOT BT TOM MOOSE. Tbtft im Cleat small, p.rlker throagh Una ee ra tail. And said h bit eories, let try, try, try. If s csseot secceed, (Teeegb are ere ef eoebtfal breed,) U gettieg la tlx While Hoes Ton 1 die, die, die, la gettieg la the White Uoese "tire I die. II. He KXieet nid lhaa aoee. All tke eories, oae by aaa. Assembled to delenaiae what to do, da, do; goms for lore ud eooM far kire, la airrM did eoaipira, T. try to pat their Hale fellow throagh. throagh, throogb, Ta try ta pal their little fellow tkroogh. III. At Charleston, tba aeearred! All there eories gathered first, And fat foeneea dayr they labored with a will, will, wiO; There they foerht with mf-trt aad aia. Bat alei! Iwai all ia aia. The path their Giaat led theai all ap hill, hill, bill. The path their Ciaat led tbeoi wu ap hill. IV. " Bat the? didal dire ta shirk. So they plied theej to...

Publication Title: White Cloud Kansas Chief
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 30 August 1860

flttje Kansas tfrjicf. SOL. MILLER, - - EDITOR. WHITE CLOUD, KAYS AS: Tkirriaj: : : : : insist Z9, i860. MeaWicketWhoOwn Themselves rOR PRESIDENT, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, OF ILLINOIS. rOR TICE PRESIDENT, HANNIBAL HAMLIN, OF MAINE. Thi Ijhtatioh Pabtt. The Demo erttic party has heretofore been noted for bomboggery end imposition ; but it now seems to have dwindled into a mere inn tation part j. nave they no original idea or thought left? Are they nnalle to krinv nvihinr into nse until it has first T-y m Wn bandied bv the Opposition? Their I r.cers tell us that the enthusiasm for! Douglas is like nnto that of 1840! Must tbey go to the Whigs for an illustration of enthusiasm? Was there never any enthusiasm in their own ranks worth re ferring to? What of Jackson ? what of - r ----- Pierce? Or, is Pierce an unpleasant sub ject? But, in other days, they were wont to stigmatize 1840 as a cider socking campaign, noted only for drunken orgies and song singing. Do they mesn thst the Dongla enthn ias...

Publication Title: White Cloud Kansas Chief
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 30 August 1860

ZZho Republic" 171 "V, lt Mr.BuchtMn that it reproaches "'X alleged fa that bis Uther iu a r"L olMUonT War. It coruscation 4, OLP SIII05H TUMI. . Messrs. Htfat, Brock, and Doer jjk much noiM lo b fare, . g,e market home, offering to sell men! -They remind ooe.n Quilp says, -How, oldtashiond days, iaetioneeis were preceded bj hdl-mtn. rrGtn. Franklia Pierce, ex-Predent of Justed States, fau written a letter to B. F. t Vaaaachnsett. taking a position fa- bI, to Breckinridge M the success. t.Mi Buchanan. rr The report that Ex Governor Johasoti ef . j'm for and Everett. f-niilfuu " . i!DO re. He declares himself for Lincoln Hamlin. rj- Dong1il"',',y-" example for young Oafrwl Plain DtmUr. Dosglas at fifty warninj, for young men. pThe Detroit Tribuae ay: "Some of the poarlu papers tT7lD Wet-tir the balinr. Democrats with their faction, claim - ctM M a Douglu man. We understand (it Be to anreserveo. in we mjivm t .reference for Breckinridge." The Albany Evening Journal aye: "Promi Kit mem...

Publication Title: White Cloud Kansas Chief
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 30 August 1860

I Ill The crisis is past, the people are rejoicing, and W. Iffl. F1HLNDE&I Hm just returned from the East, with the largest and best selected stock of Goods ever offer ed Id this market, and Is read; to wait on his old customers, and all who are disposed to giro him a oall. He has now on hand a complete assortment of READY MADE AND Ii THE LINE OF GKOCERIES: MOLASSES, PEPPER, SOAP, BACON. FLOUR. SPICE. ' CANDLES. LARD, COFFEE, TEA. SUGAR, MEAL, SODA, TOBACCO, FISH, ie. Qneenswarc, Glassware, PTJTTY, GLASS, WISDOW SASH, B & Nail, at wholesale and retail. Table Carpenters' Tools, Joov Trimmings, Wooden Ware of all Kinds, Coil Hope, Bed Cords, and Twine ! All of which are offered for sale cheap, for Cash or Country Produce. Call and examine my stock before purchasing elsewhere. Corn, Oats and Potatoes taken in exchange for Goods. Pike's Peak Emigrants furnished with complete outfits, on the most reasonable terms. White Cloud, April 19. 1860-tf. W. II. FORNCROOK. MORRIS & CHE...

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