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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 6 September 1860

"&!$$&& --' rf W m .3lJtt($J!OL'""3iJ St m i 1- : Mi i-niiv ,4i.hntS KfllSft m m nix. tr R "ana2n5cnLnnBsspeas nnnnaflamuI-nnnannHnEfcSj mite sJ4 MM? 7 i v v gOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. - VOLUME IV. NUMBER 9. ilmtt f 0rfrg. THE BOBOLINK'S CAMPAIGN SONG. DV GEORGE W. OUNCA. injtlf Dohotink migrate, to the Fonth, li .top.1 -clanee. hi, pturaa-e, and i. known 11 the rice briofCeorgiaand ike Carolina., aad the rced-blrd or MirjUad J - Whea I am at lne .ouny South, I dire not .ing my mellow ttriini; A . of freedom from my mouth, U'onlJ I'roitn amid the din of chain.: So 1 tlnak on think on think on, Cntil ny Tint there i. .pent. Son Ale Lincoln Lincoln Lincoln h lo he our IVeildent. Ski, in the clorer meadow, here, I ,pread with jnj mj happy wing, And long before another year tn the fair South land I can ting. Wow HI dnalt on-drmk on drtnk on From the fl flower-cap. filled with dewt Cou.ln Lincoln Lincoln, Lincoln, Htrt art ray r rtiftrU le .. M.yetery man who feelt an...

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. — 6 September 1860

a . te t r l)c Kansas f)ief. SOL. MILLER, EDITOR. WHITE CLOUD, KAWSAS: Tairfiav. i : September I, 18W. MeE'sTlcket Who OwoThcmsclYes FOR FREIIDElfT, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, OF ILLINOIS. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, HANNIBAL HAMLIN, OF HAINB. " The Greatest Living Statesman !" It ia amusins to witness the efforts of the " Squatters" to exalt their fcmall potato candidate into a first-class states man, and claiming turn as tbe compeer of Clay, Webster, Calhoun and Benton ! Who ever thooght of Douglas beyond the moment of seeing his name mention ed in some Congressional report, as long a either of the above-mentioned great men lived ? Who dreamed, then, that he would erer c ire to the Presidency ? He was rezardet, as one of the lowest grade of SeMtore, who never uttered oth er than commonplace remarks, and was noted (in tho Congressional records) only for giving strictly partisan votes. No speech of his was ever published, except in the Appendix to the Congressional Globe, or in some Illinois country ...

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. — 6 September 1860

pin5. fMJh nowWinridgo or- Lati will be bsa& next w.ek. It ,3"i the editorial charge of ex-Auditor 1 a :.i, n efficient corps of assistants. .to ,-,.. in tho Courier a form ill. aa.a ".tCUicinMti wilt be issued xt w.. . - -Tiled the Morning Conner, and will ...-.n. wiu "" "" ., ' J""" -ill find n tno uo fl.eEnq'r . ,,ronaee 0f the 'lr and a lively time may be anticipa- pesixrW Jr EeneiBber that every voto cat for Dong In . vote cast against Abraham iior-"-'""' .. 1. . fi,... lOiCCC Loso a.id crrtTLi.iTEnaiox has enabled J. L. Cnrtis, in compounding his Mamaluke Liniment, and Compound Syrup of Sassafras, to provide the public with the best and most complete remedies of the day. We have frc- nnanll rifVSfrt t rift MA itiAfliiithna 1 f . jut..j Uv-.- .- muiuiia sposen oi in tne . -j ., highest terms, at certain to give relief hen all "mc8 of persons taxed uiuer rcuicuivi mu. unu .J cent bottle Often nmdnces remarkable resnUo. !?... r....i.. Hircr-iin should becopstantly provided wi...

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. — 6 September 1860

m mi The crisis is past, tlie people are rejoicing, and W. H. FORNCROOK Has just returned from the East, with the largest and best selected stock oftioods everoffer ed in this market, and is ready to wait on his old customers, and all vrho are disposed to give him a call, lie has now on hand a complete assortment of i READY MADE CLOTHING, AND I THE LINE OF GROCERIES: SOAP, CANDLES. TOBACCO, Quccnswarc, Glassware, PUTTY, GLASS, WINDOW SASH, COFFEE, MOLASSES. TEPPER, TEA. FLOUR, SPICE, SUGAR, MEAL, SODA, BACON, LARD, FISH, io. Hilli Garden linker, Shovels, Spado, Hoes, ic, ic; Nail, at wholesale and retail. Table Cutlery. Carpcntera' Too!i, Tucket Cutlery, Door Trimmings, Frying Pans, Wooden Ware of all Kinds, Coil Bope, Bed Cords, and Twine ! All of which aro offered' for sale cheap, for Cash or Country Produce. Call and examine mv lock before purchasing elsewhere. Corn, Oat3 and Potatoes taken in exchange for Goods. Pike's Peak Emigrants furnished with complete outfits, on tho most ...

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. — 13 September 1860

rt.i Ci- 3., . JtT. I ... . I I-3. .. -- i. a f i. r mi 7 Y j jits? Kp ,7 ' t A . U .A .!- "J iilf' y U iv s J r ' w (-, r L , ' , h" l !nj fcoo w - . 7--? j ruJ .1 - i.w- J ,-, , 7 ,ou . 7 ,.-) JJ t , ? ' .'"l . - ,.(! Jc , l.f - - - 1 LI til ..lO" feU FHi M fie rHii ". iTKMi j, o-l f. ., - , .,,, JJ IfJ t.V" c-qtq !TUW - - u ' r- 'i ' T f'rsimj : .Tttetatr" VS 1:. SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. ) THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. TERMS $2.00 FER AXSUM, IN AD7ANCE. ivm .:. :'sU&i-li3i ; JtMtijWiKffcV- s ' trt. li "AlM r A.-' . (HfttanaaaTanaaaaaaaaaaaaaaV -' .snaaaart .J -J ' 1 i.i - UilHVl AvrAfs - - ' mm Uf mm Cteiv "' -. r- i sua a, . a m i aaasmaasaa a VOLUME IV.--NUMBER 10, J tea iffrfrg. THE REPUBLICAN WAG01T, Ai u jriru irw." There's t right and wrong in politics, And tight if en our ' Bo m'te hiniMMil p th wtjon, Loyf, V To hf tie nitloo riile. Th t'oiM" on wtjoB, Adlti"tT,1,,"i Far iu crowded with the people, Ad iu dnrti'r Abrihun! t'HOri WIt Tor the wagon, Wait Tor ...

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. — 13 September 1860

$)e Kansas l)ief. SOL. MILLER, EDITOR. WHTTI CLOUD, X ASS AS: Tknrsiay, : : September IS) 18M. Mei'sriekctWkoOfniThefflselres FOR PRESIDENT, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, OF ILLINOIS. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, HANNIBAL HAMLIN, OF MAINE. RAGSt RAGS!! RAGS II I Wc will take any quantity of clean cotton or linen rags, at 1 cent per pound, in payment for subscription, advertising and job work. Sare your rags, and get something for than, instead of casting them away. No other kind will be taken than such aa are named abore. The Game Plated Out. If any game was ever completely played oat and ran into the ground, that gams decidedly is the cry of Abolition conspiracies, plots and insurrections, upon the eve of impor tant elections. It is so ntterly stale, that we had supposed even the craziest South ern fire-eaters would abandon it in dis gust. Bat instead of doing so, they ap pear to have entered into the business more briskly than ever. The papers are filled with the dreadful Abolition conspi racy in Texas...

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. — 13 September 1860

afymgamgjiss. Xcomspoaa'nt of;lbe toalanOOa- Cafl Adrocste, speaiu5 wu..-. .v, tn termination of the Lake, add: al ..! f the dtv !l cHswrlng. Superior tie loathe Lake. Population rJW.swseStfay X J, idUng UU to i ottrt-." B' CJIl -? n. rrrbody baa'read of the search of - Art for a father. Itwsasusstonishlngpcrfbr lace, says s Republican paper, bat nothing He tie search of Dooglaa for mother. fr"The Mobile Tribune says that in the Sarth DougUf U losing strength daily and Lln srfs gaining !t- rr Three hundred Germans nowjbelonging tie Republican wuo 01 rcona, voiea ior Dojglsauiiwo. rj Judge Douglas has abandoned the slang 1 0f the "Little Giant" for another which beooabtleas oonaidera mere appropriate, a. At retrsborg,Va..ke designated himself as ' the ..UttieSocker..' U The Hon. Edward Archbold, a Democrat. It neober of the House of Representatives fna 1813 to 1645, a member of the Ohio State Scute from 184? to 1849, and one of the" frai en of the new Constitution of the State, has 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. — 13 September 1860

r .W Fall Planting of Frnit Trees. There is always a good deai of preparation made among nurserymen for the ."fall trade,", and it i common to hear them awniing the people that tne fallJis''the best time to plant. We. propose to bring forward at this point 'some of their discussions of this subject which hare been had, and the opinions which bare been given in favor of and against fall planting by wine oft the best orcbardisU and horticulturists in the West. At the anneal meeting of the Wisconsin Frnit Grower, held atWhUewater, last .winter, Mr. Conger said he could see no reason why they should not plant In the fall in that State as well as in Illinois and New York; it is trne that trees in the nursery do not always ripen their wood early enough -to admit of it , and this is the rea son so many of onr imported trees fail; but the objection may be overcome. Mr. Brayton was opposed to fall planting. "The roots cannot beal and establish themselves without leaves. Trees received from'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. — 20 September 1860

m if it m i ?u r. M m 9L. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. V &. cL 0 t "VOLUME: IV. NOMBER ll.j hmt peirg From the New York Tribune. , 8TBPHES IS SEAECH OF JBCI8 MOTHEB. Ob, bappiuu! bow far wt titm ,' Tfciit owi iwot plh, Is lettcL of thee In (Mrs. IIimaws. fr, lr O Strpl 9EJLfrV Amu, A tut f rAt'cA Acr m dk nmmf U it io ihy fortiti, Maine! Wbft Winter bolii protracted relfttt It it in New H imp b ire where OVr granite hi Hi flosta bracing air? In Termont ii it, where are aeen The monntalai claJ In eTfrgreen? In Maitachvttshifh and dry laid? ConsecttctttT or wee Rhode Iihnd? Say, rUrt is SttpkcnU vtotJur'g Aoau. cul pfrkirk krr sot. doth roam? Knot in Taakre land, ran he The lon;'Jfor spot in New York aeel Or find it In the land of fenn, Op raonntiintiiIet in dale, orglenl Can it lie hidden anywhere Among the boi of Delaware! In Maryland (wedgM in between The North and South) may it be sernT Wlonj eahini of the Old Domini onT Anon; the barrens Carolintanl In Gtnria'a cotton-growin...

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. — 20 September 1860

(Hie IScmsas )tt SOI.. XILLKR, ----- EDITOR. WHITI CLOWD, KANSAS: Tkirtiay. : : Septwrter 29, 18ft. Mei'iTIckctWhoOwi Themselves TOH PRESIDENT, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, OP ILLINOIS. FOK TICK FRESIDEHT, HANNIBAL HAMLIN, OF MAINB. RAGS 1 RAGS ! 1 RAGS ! 1 1 We will take any quantity of clean cotton or linen rags, at 1 cent per pound, In payment for subscription, advertising and job work. Bare your rage, and gat something for then, instead of costing them a war. No other kind will be taken than neb aa ere named abore. The Prospect. The fusion in Now York, between the Douglas and Bell men, is" rapidly falling to pieces, and Lin' coin is reaping the benefit of it. Mr. Huntington, one of the Bell electors on the ticket, has declined, and announced that be shall support Lineoln.' Otten dorfer, a German Donglasite on the tick et, and McMaster, an Irish Douglasite, announce that thore must be a distinct understanding that every elector on the ticket is to vote for Douglas, if elected, or they will d...

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. — 20 September 1860

DOCCU8' OtrTHERSTODB., r.m reliably assured that MrDoog- 1 S 4n camp'n tonr 8 far from lM e bim?h .lone himself audi "fin.tedimsge. He has been so TWi whom the people of the South are Sy well disposed, that great re- nnof feeling io his detriment has toUioboI b wenj al firgt Led to support him. tioasneismpj8 I will men- The editor of the' Ha- .) f -2 ? . I B. mmmm AaBaI J . 3 i ihd ariinLT iiphiiiciblii: .rof North Carolina, was a delegate National convention. :nwaTiji. ftljmgamgjigs: .v. nmncrtlC 2. ffU kindly disposed towards Douglas, i opened his columns to articles in his Ujjjf Since the risit of Mr. Douglas u N'orth Carolina, and his open sffilia tioi with the Bell men, and his whole'- 1, gbase of Breckinridge, tho editor of ths Standard announces that he shall Hereafter treat Mr. Douglas and his frieads as enemies of the party, and vril) dose bis columns against them. His speeches in Virginia have had the lime effect, and Ex-Gov. Smith foels go assured, since the palpable evid...

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. — 20 September 1860

" W X - Jbr Jhrmcr. Stock. There hare been shipped from this place, this and last week, about 2,000 head of etock hogs Last week there were some 30 or 40 bead of cattle, and the week before there were 60 head shipped East. We think this selling off the stock of this place is, or will hereafter be a ruinous piece of work, the prices paid are too low entirely to begin to make up for the deficiency that will coon become apparent to all. True, it is, that this stock of bogs is all that wc have to sell, and for that Terr reason our farmers should be careful bow they sold themselves bare in this article. There was likely more hogs than would have been needed to supply us with pork. As it now is, our pork must be brought from other quarters for our home consumption. So, the money we now receive will go back to pay for our pork. With s fair average open winter, it was and and still is probable that we could easily bare wiuteied this surplus of hogs that now have gone from us, and on the app...

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. — 27 September 1860

uT .HTiuiorA) cr: . . ! V Issjteiuit'ti tiid.aUU) l.ijtn-jtj i raj Ii ,m til 1,,i''a;,.. ,,y7 .oii-a 7fca, c. atp.at ..,l0 .hif! enejiiijf s ! f r hi I'M , H3J.I5X .J .eAPEf ? .CT7CJ0 XTIXIff i rr -j - "- - -j jj r ' -a -aaaaTiB-aaaaaaaaaaaaaTaae--nvri nr- - t - rw vim . -.-;-. ,..., ... 3 - mint a j riixJTtVM I'il l.U 3tOi ',,; mmk ' LAI KO -f ,tfrr5JfT L ,-.V :';l;lfc 'k::;::';:-::: iMi 1 gL. MILLER, EDITOR' AND PUBLISHER, y VOLUME IV, NUMBER 12; I(j0t oebjr: ' THE SHIP OP STATE. WIDE AWAKE SON&-BY I..Wf LOCKE. Al-MJXlJ'"C"-." iv Birl! kA! '"?' JnB ' ',",, Jiit bXO J tl Ton; A- Ti. jood U Ship of Sute, ij loj;t U coming into port. W14 .battcnJ Milt, i anchor jono, 1 fiif the rojBci will ilreni! bcr; f ti cirri" "" " crow. Ail e!i t new commander. t'EOiri Otr Liaroln i th mm. Oar Lineal, it the man; With r. itnrJj mat, From tb Pine Trr State, Oar Lincoln it the man., Fonr jetri ago the pnt to tea, ITith praipecti trijhtlj beaming; Jlrrhtll " urong, her tailt new bent, A.d .rerr...

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. — 27 September 1860

Sfye Kansas Cfytef. OL. MILLKR, - - - - - EDITOR. WHIT1 CLOUD, KAJTSAS: Tfciniay : : Btpterter XI, 18. Mti'i'neketWkoOTnTkefflselTes TOM PHMIDK5T, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, OF ILLINOII. FOB TICK FKUIDKHT, HANNIBAL nAMLIN, OF MAINE. MEPTJlLICAJf COTJUTT TICKET For the Council, NATHAN PRICE. For Representatives, B. M. WILLIAMS. E. J. JENKINS, W1L H. WILSON. For County Commissioners, JACOB T. PIERCE, A. LARZELERE, A. LOWE. For Sheriff, GEORGE S. HOUGH. For Assessor, GEORGE D. BENNETT. KA.6SI RAGS! I RACSttt We will take any auantity of clean cotton or linen rags, at 1 cent per pound, In payment for nbseriptlon, advertising and job work. 8ave your rags, and get something for then, instead f coating them away. No other kind will be taken than such as are named above. Republican Contention and Ticket. The Republican County Convention, which met at Troy, on Saturday last, was well Attended, enthusiastic, and harmoni ous. That true and tried Free State man, Benjamin Harding, of Wathena, presided ; a...

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. — 27 September 1860

-ZTb So.-Tiro jetr. .go. ' . r, -..Jl.. a nnlhl- .totbeLtcompionowiiiuH, ------ bthe people of Kansaa, tb.D.rn '"T. if tti. Coanty called opM ererr- "" i AKnlitionum.to unite bdJ'PP mw.:, nmment wit, that withc!.!lnntionwMsettlBd,dtht Sermtftw demanded the attention of the people therefon5' " Ue,D(crW8 Ma OT.tiTihonld act in barmeaj.-- A Pt many Free State men took the 7 and united with their lateperaecn- ton They were liberal in giving non. Jena to Free State men-inaiated up- on their taking most of the office.; aad ted of thia. aa an evidence that the n-.raeT waa united. We warned tbem. at that ti-ne, that the Pro-81arery Ben found tbey could not get aioag wna ,t the aid of Free State Democrat., and tfioon aa the latUr helped them iBto power, the Pro-Slavery men wouw puan Zm aside. Haa it not beta folSHed ? Last Fall, the Democrat, elected a Knrtfon of their ticket In the Spring. CommiaioM were to be elected ; the Republicana were tired ol election., and let the matter go almoat b...

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. — 27 September 1860

Bfcj: Jot Jkntcr. .- Green Fodder. A great deal has been said and written of late in favor of sowing corn and other grain to be Used as a green feed for cows and otter stock. The practice cannot, in my opinion, be too high Jy commended, especially where there is a pair city of food from other causes. A piece of soil in good condition'will produce, at a moderate estimate, more than. three times the quantity of food when cultivated in this way, thitcan be de rived from it if cultivated in grass, and the coat of working the crop will be a mere trifle com pared with tho value of the crop. Indian corn sowed broadcast at the rate of three bushels to the acre is probably the most desirable grain that can be raised for the purpose. Although it draws more from the resources of the soil, by abstracting the soluble humus and tbe silicates than some others, yet furnishes more alimentary matter, and is more salutifcrous in ita effects up on tbe stock; it promotes health and produces a vigorous a...

Publication Title: White Cloud Kansas Chief
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 4 October 1860

"' j - (r ., ,f . J""'"" W "'" "'' 7f """ "ii li ijJU1 WMrWw.ipppw A Lb sfl iH LskiTaaf - m af HH3PBIIVl -S. "1 flTTT7lV 111111 T r lAltwvnBP'ii nucnc; fflhfwr el $ M th'-SJ II kt MIL m . i . 'i ? " .eaeaeaeaaaeaei . i . . , , Mj e L. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. loLUME IV. NUMBER 13, j THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION i TERMS $2.00 PER mCM, LV ADTASCE. tce lmtq. A 8050 FOE THE CAMPAIGN. Aw" ITfcirer (JU JTirm..." Com H je fhends of Freedom, And rail i each Slate, For Heaest OIJ Aba Uacoln, .. -I The people', caolidatel With JJaeoIn u our chaiaplon. Well tittle for the ri jot. Aid bett the foe. of Freedom, Ii o.lt November'. fifbL CMOMTf HnrraM boy., fur Lineolal Harrab! bovj, for Lincoln! Horrah! boj., for Lincoln! Homb! fcr Hamlin, too! The people want en hoa.it man They're tired of fool, and knaves; ThejYe lick of Imbecile "J. B.," That In rbe White Hoese rare.. Tbej want i man for Treildent, Of firm, cnlielJinl will, Tint I. both lion.it, Irave and trne, And Old Abe 11. that bill...

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. — 4 October 1860

$t)t Kansas tfljttf. OX. MILLER, - EDITOR. WHITS CLOUD, XAVSAS: Tfemiajf : : : Oetrter 4, 18M. MiTlaet Wbi OffiTkemselrcs FOR PRESIDENT, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, OF ILLINOIS. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, HANNIBAL HAMLIN, OF MAINE. RIPUBLICAH COUHTY TICKET. For the Conncil, NATHAN PRICE. For Representatives, R. M. WILLIAMS. E. J. JENKINS. WM. H. WILSON. For County Commissioners, JACOB T. PIERCE, A. LARZELERE, A. LOWE. For Sheriff, GEORGE S. HOUGH. ' For Assessor, GEORGE D. BENNETT. R AGS I RAGS 1 1 RAGS 1 1 f We will take" any quantity of clean cotton or linen rags, at 1 cent per pound, In payment for subscription, advertising and job work. Sara jor rags, and get something for them, instead of casting them away. No other kind will be takes than such as arc named aborc. Outrageous Case of Kidnapping. About the 20th of September, the wife of a free colored man in Council Bluffs, lows, was lying very sick. She had a brother and sister at Sidney, Fremont County, Iowa, who were also free per sons. The sic...

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. — 4 October 1860

r" ivi Jcv, Hie Chief.) Pnr the Chief.) cgerW litekatube. uU,lV an article headed "The mni' . . it with retard to the gen- Kthe article, it is about argood. of j Mie of tne " . . , i:.i-.i i" j u could bs expectea iru.u - It amounts to about this: that the ''"Si nominees are, on the whole, inferi EtPf Shnochanceof election; whiletheir BM' -i nnt bT name, in another nil are iwb- -- - . . . . . r th. asme issue, m j..-v -Jide. of honesty, capability and popu ?." dboundtowinaneasyvictory. With , a niece of Buncombe, which proves no- , .etto ntWnS' X UTe n dl8Psit5o.n.U 6 . But I find in it some literary rarities C-d worthy of ventilation. Gcnias, ileenius, Is scarce in these degenerate fSrfoon; and whenever the real, genuine. wJdsrark flashes up, though obscurely, it Sbebe effort of every well-wisher to- S.l.Uy.to remove the same from the SteVorpeck-mettdW. which may cover ...etUuponacandlestick.'- Itisto Sloped that the philanthropic motive which J;Bpted this endeavor, will be perceiv...

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. — 4 October 1860

Jnr Jwwr. Selecting Seed Wheat. Frmerf sustain great loss in not bestowing proper cue and attention in the selection of the most productive varieties of wheat for aeed, sod in not cleaning it from rye, cheat and other foul ated. In the fat place, the most prodnetire should be chosen; that which is least liable to disease and the depredations of insects; and next In Importance to selecting the best variety, that which Is matured well, exhibiting a plump fall grain and free from tho seeds of nox ious plants, not depending alone upon the selec tion of such as contains the least amount of each seeds, but care should bo taken to thor oughly riddle and winnow the grain so that ev err foreign seed is removed. If proper precau tion be used in thoroughly cleaning seed wheat of chew the false idea of transmutation would be fererer exploded. A good wheat fan with unliable screens and riddles, when properly used, will generally remove all foul seed by running An wheat throuirh it one. two or th...

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