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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 20 December 1860

. , .. , . & s. tzu i,wV.-,.nj.,1 BmBJmIuPV. iT 3 c ' - ; it s Z ..:ii J, :. o: .. .... , rtmm '"' r ' - v.iawi jcidlls 7 - il ""' r" "'' ' 'V " ?fl "" -t --' -UBjJsV? . .'" -. -r'.K' . . . .TTgA .:tii:.ji'''-.i - &sf. H n Sw m J" ? f f if f r - ' ' ' ""'l ' ' ;; - - ' c ' '3 ' .. a;' ii - - l --.'! f- . i 1 ' -.. J - ' -'" : ' .-. ?- . - 1 :m L. MILLER, EDITOR AND 'PUBLISHER.0???. g ' - VOLUME IV,-NUtMBER 24.' kt p0drj SIOWBALLIHa. BI J08IE 8. BUNT. jU left, loe JoU ofh" tresses It itnjlni aloot h" r' 'iil lit wind tiroofli I" tltten Btaliii Ii nui'C foliem H tietot-jt-l" IhJ dkt d fluh! B,IMMdchli-hirt!.rfIwI - i tk ittsd". khw!tp, U th mUi-whlti drifti, Ttltlif n0,r- fbt uuti ikt ft f W trosnd hr, U birpnt'T kejdeeirt p!y. Till At Uoki lit a iM-njmph riiinj XwHiktteUIIawtsrraaaudipnj. .... . -r Sk, ntlli th bUi witfc hr little bar fctad; D, ja tbiik tin raid pout or Kold, If I Mitted tbt pink pilmi dawn in m bnait, To wum UwnJ tbJ look cold il.r wbit wol ailteii Ha"! 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. — 20 December 1860

1? r V i)t Hem sag Clrief. !.. MILLKK, - - - IiTOK. WHIT1 OLOTJD, KAI8A8: tHiri-ay, I : Deceiver 20, 18W. Patchwo Up a ConraotnsB. Tom Corwin, At tbe time when he mad liU famous ''bloody hand" epeech, in oppo sition to tha Mexican War, Ii than fif teen yeara ago, was far in advance of tbe practical free soil eentiment of tbat day ; bit now, be appeari to be not only be bind the free aoil sentiment af tbe preeent day, bat even behind bis own position of fifteen or twenty yeara since. He is at tbo head of the Compromise Committee in Congress ; and, in order to prove to tbe ranting secessionists that the Repub licans are not so much opposed to Slave ry as they have pretended to be, he seems anxious to redress grievances which have never been complained of, and to gnaran tee rights which have never been dispn ted. The telegraph informs as that he has prepared a series of measures which are likely to prove satisfactory, tbe main features of which are. given For cram pie : he proposes to ...

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 December 1860

&' 10c Ot". Corf. Cor.1' rf1?'. 4fc.; shelled, 5( laser, 00975.' $100. Mc. lBn ft " ! 1( SVV B"""'.: .w.U.r. and EaaU. " ljiiaw, 10c InJ, 10c. lie. .SOe." 15c 20c' 10e.$1.00. I0c.(3$10.' $3.00. 3.00. $4.50. $1.000130: $9.00. SAO ' I". Hull,?!00-' fteS,?"' iCuLi.5nthe way of medicine, If. of .snisottibility; butif there isanytning Cartel clou approach to it, it if J. L. rvruVMainsluksLinimfnt. Ifsomsofour ytieal friends could hew thoss whom it hit Jlrrtd a11' nPn iU meriU' th'7 WOn,d b 'lliUedto"giTin.', His Compound Syrup jltfrii it wether preparation equally aa j$b&j made. The many who have tried it --rill a a sure thing in coughs, coldf, can Mition, Ac, kc U the advertisement. ' iv-19 noT-15 " Skeriff's Sale. Uagtlerft Rsseattein va.ThomasSieTanson. - v.ntinn. iuued from the Dirtriet Cosrt of gusts Territory, fitting in tad for Donishaa , Coanly- i vnrir.E Is hereby riven, that I will offer hid, at public auction, at the Coart Houss Doer, if Troy, in said County, on the JS...

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 December 1860

WflnaBSBrfs--' "2'-'ij'jtf7 mLsrxr&r'j&v& What-Trrbad-rwUW.i W. . w$?' Best Time to'Cnt Tlmbcr'Tof'Fclicins. Lateutufflnitf!rtejt-tltne for felling-timber for almoi t anv purpose, and It if particular 1 eo when the timber is' to be worked up isto raili or stakes, or poiU for4 fencing. -At that season of the'year the new wood bas arrired at iti complete maturity, and there. is leu tap and albumen in timber than there if at any season of the yean which albumen when exposed to the influence oi the weather, hastens the decay of timber. If timber be cut and eplit out in the latter part of Autumn, the reasoning process is much mere gradual and perfect, because' the grain of the timber contract More equally and uniformly, rendering the timber firmer and leui porous, and leu cracked and checked,- than when it is cutatmany otherseatonsof the year. Besides this, timber that is cat in late Autumn, and split out or sawed out before "spring", will not "powder post," nor be injured by...

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 December 1860

mmssm&sSm&mmSim&BBzm!k I l.yri L. .. . .. cK J ' ' twio. ' " . w" jwwi urn nf ;r - V8,- r? Al IV i ?s55 l p; iii'-J,l mil f?j i13l ti s r?s t'f3 t$ ls)L. MILLER, EDITOR AND FUiLISIEB. THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. TEBM8 IZ.H rEt ARIUS, II ABTilCB. m m p. n t o a B VOLUME IV. NUMBER"25.i - WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 27, I860. WHOLE NUMBER, 181. " . - J ' .BBwaVaaBaw '- ; ggHg&Bggilg9ss aaBBBBBBBBaiBBBBBBBBBBBB-fj - , ..-', jib- mi? Kansas 1 -?!Sg!gS-a-s, I ;e BEAUTIFUL SIOW. Ok! Ik now, tk btestlfat ihw, f '), a ty-UdtkcMitkUlawi ", SVmtk harp,Trtkft, v;TTie bada f ik potpl yo moot. ' Daeelaf. fltrtlaf. klDBtSf BlOBf . BmstlMaaow! ttcts it neihlif wroif; Flylaf to kin a fair lady'a cbook; CliaglBf to lipa la a frollaioiao fraak. Boaatlrsl aaow from kaaraa abort, ?ar h aa aapl, aid flekl ai Ion! , " CbulBf. Lasfkiaf, srrlafbr. Il llfbta Ik faoa aid ll iparklai tko ajo; . Aad Tta lia dop, wltk a kark ul a bocad, o Saap at tk trrtult that addr arcnd. T Iow...

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 December 1860

vseWimtu Ctjitf. L. KILI.KK, . - . . . EDITOR. WHIT1 CLOUD, KAH8AS: Thirtiay, : : Deceiter 27, 1890. Tire Thiko - Did axd Dobe." The 8oath Carolina Convention, by a OBani- raoas vote, haa passed the Onlinaneoof Secession, and Hie State is now prepar ing to set np on her own hook. Com missioners an to be sent to Washington, to treat with the President for the release of the Government property in that Blalo, Tfca disunion men in different States are firing salutes in honor of South Caroli na's secession ; bnt beyond this, it seems to. create verj little sensation. Sooth Carolina has been a sore boil npon the body politic; bnt now she has -broken, and Dr. Lincoln will shortly put her through a course of treatment Mrnich will speedily heal over the sore, leaving the Union healthier for it. To show how great would be the loss to the country, were South Carolina to remain ontwe.need only refer to the iUmof post offices. She pays into the Govern moot postal revenno, in round numbers, 091,...

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 December 1860

V ' V Si -.- s. v, ' J W !f 5 i Waite Clean Maikats. Flor, ck, Wheat,? bash, ot. Cora, ComM!,, ! Fetatoes, , "WklifBaaasi -Hungarian Seed, THIdestflkVr' T4f 1 . . . M Bason .ides, anoaiaera ana nams $2.503JO. SOc.Qil-OO. ia ear, 40e.; shelled, 50c. ....... z Wc 0075. '6 i, t:4.00. CiOc. .rs?.'; dry.lOc. 10llc. 10c. .Tallow, , - v , . j , 10c flagar, . . - - ijc "Cot? - - aoc jBatttr, --' , - 15c W.5a : ,-J 20c. Molasses, V gal., s0c$1.00. Whiskeys -- t0c.$1.50. Backwheatriear, ff 100 t., $3.00. kalt,iack, a.2.00. '.Nails, V 100 ., $40. 'Lumber, green, ? 101 feet, - $l.COlio. Bhingle, V 1,000, $3)0. JTa, y rd, M.eo ;,A Cvaa-.au., in the way of medicine, it, of :ur, an impossibility; but if there it anything -whwn makes a eloie approach to it, it ia J. L, .Curtis' Mamaluke Liiument. If aomt of our Skeptical friends could hear those whom it hat ,rHeved descant upon its meriu, they would be SaissaaTledto 'giva in.'i HUCompound,jrep ef Sassafras ia another preparation equally as sjajllul...

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 December 1860

'l" 931 i vcnr&.-a WWSUWtWEEftySiSMSffa Sggjav'Str'i! vJJ"' ' l-"-"eaffl" fwn. 'nnzr zsr .' T9rfMu4uMt.-gg' ""' '' ' 'eJ",'I"':CT:y-J;Ja j dr'. 'I - M'tANE'S t2''-'celcbratcd-Ameriaui WormLSpecific, .X'la-A Vermifuge! vtrir. eiJ II Wmi e' "j -jra 5YMPT0MS OF WORMS. fPHE cottnteotnce k pale and A colored, with occasional flashes, or at nsxenbed spot on one. or both cheeks; the tycs become dull; the pupil dilate; n joare timicircle runt along the lover eye lid; the note is irritated, swells, and aomo 'ttiBei bleedt; a swelling of the upper lip; occasional headache, with humming or 7 throbbing of the ears; an unusual secretion of saliva; slimy or furred tongue; breath very' foul, particularly in the morning; ap--peate variable, sometimes voracious, with a gnawing sensation of the stomach, at others, Kcntirely gone;, fleeting pains in the stomach; lactational nausea and vomiting; violent ftatis throughont the abdomen; bowda ir ragular, at times costive; stools slimy; not frequently ...

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. — 3 January 1861

- . . ' - j5?Msaaaaaajss1 , J, -State lams AM fr h lU L. MILLER, EDITOR 1ND rVBLISHER. VOLUME IV. NUMBER 26. J THE CONSTITUTIOfl AND THE UNION. WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS,! THURSDAY, JANUARY 3, 1861. i TERMS $2.00 FER A.C.U, IS ABTAICB. ftuice $0ri2- i From tbt.Nw York Tribna. MATES. XEEHHQ HI A STORM. BT BAVABD TAYLOR. (6m Fimident BoehxniaUu Froc!inulioa. ' JL fftte ctua p from tb toa-toaVft; Twu firrc November wtather: c BtU liip bid felt fich a storm btfort, Ad her plank till be Id together. f 4.u thai, Uwwjt. th bowlin- len.pt it tbewtd No alfna of dinfoatton, "The puteafert nit.: "W1I twit oor ship. The atsoBch old Con. ti lotion!" TW captain atood on tlie qaartr-Jeck "Tbo mm, he said, tbj baiter 01: - Tirti nj watch be tow, in lh former g!e 1 doubt if well weather Hatteras. Tbo wind on the one side blows me off, The carreat sati rae shoreward: 111 joit Itr-to between them both. And $t$m to be going forward." MCreakers ahead! cried the watch on the bow; "Hard op!" was tlie first mate...

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. — 3 January 1861

arh J?Vmrtfl JTlrtfr"" ' SOL. MILLER, - - EDITOR. IfrSlTl OLOTJD, KANSAS: VkiriiaT, : : : January t, !88l. TjIe Disrjxio QuBsfiox. This U the all-absorbing topic. Tho present in dark honr in onr history, nml even those Who hard herctoforo maintained nnshuk M confidence in the strength nf the Un ion, are becoming solicitous for its aafety. Why is this ? Not hecatise South Car olina and several other States are crying OBt against the election of Lincoln, and threatening to break np the Union ; for all this was foreseen, and carefully con ildered. Aided only by their own oxer tions,.'tby conld -accomplish nothing more than a temporary panic. But it is because the proof has become so positive and convincing that there is no- longer room for doubt, of the complicity of the Administration in the treacherous plot. The safety of the country lies in the President's bands, and be is in league with thoio wha seek its ruin. The army aid navy ru-o at bis command, yet be re fuses to ttse tbem in ...

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. — 3 January 1861

ft i n t t. " II Hi . DR.-M'LANE'S tycicDrarea .American Worm Specific; ,-j w i M4l iiC d - - OB j. RMifij0e: .7 -1 J.1 SYMPTOMS OFfYTORMS." THE 'countenance u pale and leiden coloretl, with occasional flushes, or a dr canacribcd spot on one of both cheeks; the cyes.become dull; the pupils dilate; an awe semicircle runs along the lower eye? lid;" the1 nose is irritated, swells, and tome- times bleeds; a swelling of the upper lip? occasional neaaacne, witnr numnung or. throbbing ofjhe ears; an unusual accretion oi, Suva; rsuray .or lurrca tongue; crcat very-foel, particularly in the morning;.' .-an-. petite variable, sometimes voracious! with" a' stewing sensation of the stomach, at others,-! AdblBKAl - - - ' 9AABW aMA m S-Ba,A awuAw a, (iuicij' goasj netting uiuB in uKiuwuku, Kcaaional nausea and vomiting ; -violent peJasr throughout the abdomen; -bowels ir Kgsiar,' at tunes costive; stools slimy; not tsriregsshrly tinged with blood; belly swol len ana hard; urine turbid; respiratio...

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. — 3 January 1861

: Chicago Tribune. Devoted to New, Commerce, Politics, Agriculture, r.dacatlon, Art, Sci ence and T.iturataro. VROrJPECTUS FOR 1881. PoiJTieit. T!. great political crap''i of 1SGU it elotcil. 'the butt: hae been rnugnt .n.l won, and Ik eagles of victory ereh en the We publicsn banners. Assibix Ijacotx nulj-eii tricmpkanlly elected President of lb United Statee for four vears from the 4th nf Marc, 18G1 We are entering upon a- jeer thtt will le memorable in the annals of American politics The Fire-Esters of the Ccttca State here iui. derUkcn to break up the American Union The people litre decided agrnit them at th billot box, and they refuee to submit to the verdict unless tlifcir demand el.a!l be ooapiied with, which are at follows : Devices or rer Fiaa-Eivias. lit. That the Free State ehall par for all Kidttre from labor who eteape. 3d. That all Stats lawg against kidnapping shall be repeal-. 3d. Tkat Slavery shall be extended into all Uie Terrlta rle nn'l protected by a Federal Sla...

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. — 10 January 1861

WW xat.a. i. 2.3&r .upy.vw' v i- -inoO nru,"''iT .-. ,r- '"' - .ll F ,i 'Hi r. '' x -J IS CJ Bed!' t t if M , A .fctnjo izr V o -- fol I t? c' " ItL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. TERMS tt. FEB ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. yOLUME IV. NUMBER 27, j WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS THURSDAY, JANUARY 10, 1861. , v , WHOLE NUMBER, 183. Iv k-1 fc fc- "f4 .J- - mttttSfl Jy!r iJ i'J S w '. X CfcriflL $ 0tr - D IATX OTJ KOBLE ITHIOH. JUS MX -J. ' . . or d. clat rKEust. ." , It came to oi threngh darkness, , v ft It rime to ns through blood; TFU It tbone ont hkt the "Promise .& ' OfGod"npo th Bool. " i 1: it beacon it hat tarred t.j, ,s With tree, naerring flimt, And eatt a blaze of glory Upon ear nation's name! iiirM) 'Vi Cod tare oar noble Union! Tarai left m by oar fathers. Those sonlt of priceless wor.h -The noblest types of manhood That erer walked the etrth. Twai boaght with fearfal ttreggles, Of sacrifice tablime. And ttands a rrood reemento For all Ibe rominr time! Co...

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. — 10 January 1861

r&ands tfljuf. SOIi. XIXLXat, - EDITOR. WHIT1 CLOUD, KASSAS: Tfaartaay, : : : January 1, 1881- A CHANGE FOR THE BKTTER.- tb&t all tho Disunionists saT one bsve gone out of the Cabinet, Buchanan seems to have partially awakened 10 irs uuij.i He has some sound Union men in his councils now, ami they are endeavoring to remedy, a far an it is in.thair power, the evils nhich he has brought npon the country. A new collector has been ap pointed for Charleston, who will- collect the customs outside of the harbor, beyond the interference of the mob. Vessels have been despatched to Fort Sumpter, and trooDs'are held in readiness to set . ont at a moment's warning. The mill tia of the District of Columbia are being organized and drilled, to defend the Cap ital against Gov. Wise's invading mob. AUbe available troops have been drawn from Leavenworth to Fort McHenry, at Baltimore, nrobablv for the defenco of the Capital. It really looks as if the President meant to do his duty ; yet there ...

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. — 10 January 1861

f'3 - y j - iitsbcbo, Jan. 4. Mr. McOlurejaased Iters from Spring foM.'IllKwIs; to-dayOthTrt adeen ? invited by-Mh-LiocolDCHeinwrfe-'fos-itively that no Cabinet appointments for PeaMylvaaia'had ban aiaplatly-.dar-aiaed.on. MrLmcoIaieiiwatw -reflect tb viewa of his friends ia .Pennsylvania, and will .appoint nonaiawbesa be! has not confidence, personally and politically. un can bast jndga from "expressions mada from tje State to him. Delegates to Chicago, and other leading llepnbli 'cans, .protest against Mr. Cameron'e'jp t pointmeBt. Dnff. Green baa jo'stWtorn- t- ad. from a visit to the President electa : He cones back greatly encouraged. r 'He 'bad a free, 'frank "and" satisfactory talk r with Mr. Lincoln upon the great quea tioas disturbing the country. He inform ed Mr. Lincoln that unless some mode of ' adjostasent vraa made, all wonld be lost. rHe has high .hopes that something, will -yei be done by Mr. Lincoln's friends -sera. , l , ; . Y ' W.4SHWOTOK, Jan. 4- i Kanerons weste...

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. — 10 January 1861

r 'rf-T -kin t'h R .!j ?cbicag 'Tribune: ' - .fCISCISX A,T1 x y, WEEKLY GAZETTE 'Per 1831. The great Presidential "battle having ti closed Kith the triumph Of tbo KepuWicins in Devoted to New. Commerce, Politics, Agriculture, Ednention, Art, -Sci-- .euceaad Litemtmre.i, . .'PROSPECTUS FOB--186I. PouTiCAL. "Die great political campaign of lauuis doted. Hie oatiienasuecniougniaaa won, and the eagles of victory jhtcU on tueKe 1'iihlieaa banner. Abraham Liicolk has been the election of LINCOLN and HAMLIN, a "mphautlj elected Pmi.lc.it ofthe Umd ew era will soon be inaugurated in the policv - wr iuor jnu inra i .. .., .i. r,n.rT,mr,t .n.l it. ..m-rcr!- t.-i.l,U.i We arc cnteiinij upon a year that will be itbin the recognized liuiitsof the ConstfUtion. . TrTcJ. in favor of Freedom, ami not of Slavery.' Consequences of immediate nnd extraordina ry magnitude hang upon this event. The rer olution in our Public Affairs of thich it is tho precursor, has aroused a storm of fanaticism in the Cot...

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. — 17 January 1861

hf3 C'ftfiJ.iiil 3(f r'MiK .JO!1 : airaw MiT "" "!",,t"". sb.H!HLbkBsbv . r .... :"' '- '''"'' - ! JJ ' 1B,,iiisBBBBBBBBBBaBBBBBBBBBnBBBBBsBBBM T - fL. MILLER, EDITOR AMD PUBLISHER. I THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. VOLUME IV. NUMBER- 2b. J -'W i TERMS $?. PER mUtt, W 1DTASCK. WHITE CLODD,,JQUJSlS,r THURSDAY, JANUARY Y), 1861. ot Iflrfrg. STARS OF XT COUNTRY'S SKY. BT LYDIA H. SIGOURNEr. Art y all tfcerc 1 An all lhrtf Start ofray conBtrj's tkyl A y !" tbtral jffrs ye all trr, Is yoar ibEsiaf bomr on hifkl Cocnt as! Count ns!" wai tbtir an van, Ai they 412x14 on my ritw, la floriom perihelion Avid tfitirfialdt of bin. I tan not count yt rightly, Tbtrtt a clond with a laMt rimj I cannot makt yoar namaer oat. For ny tyt i with tear art din. Oh! bright and bWsiad angel ! Oft white wng floating by. Help tot to eoont, aad not to mil Oat stir in mycoantrj' iky! Then the angel toochM mint eye-lid, And tooehd the forming clond, And It table rim diiptrted. And it fled with roarky ihrond. The...

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. — 17 January 1861

' -A," 'w $l)c Kansas Cfjicf. SOX.. MILLER, EDITOR. WHITE CLOUD, KAH8A8: Tkirsiar, : : : JaBiary 17, 1861. " The News. The past week or ten days have been prolific of stirring news, to publish fnll re ports of which, would fill a paper tbreo", times the sise of onrs. We shall there fore gire a brief synopsis of the roost im portent. The steamer Joseph Whitney has been chartered by the Gorernment, to carry troops to the Forts in Southern Florida. TThe steamer Star of the West was sent to Charleston, with reinforcements for Fort Sampler, bat was fired npon from Tort Monltrie, and driven back to sea. One ball struck her bow, and another passed near her smoke stack. Seventeen shots were fired. Fort Sumpter remain od silent ; but Major Anderson 'sent a message to Gov. Pickens, inquiring whether the firing was done by his or ders. The Governor replied that it was; and that any other attempt to'relnrorce Fort Sumpter would be considered as a declaration of war, and resisted. Ander ton then...

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. — 17 January 1861

iflarricfr. i wks,onTuesdav,jaaBaiyj'. HSSci'10" VIRGINl-WAEE. ajiiesboTSpl"-.- - -'-Yxt ag ,. pJonU, Brown County, on Sunday.nlght, S3 BramFever.Mrs.ELIZABCTH !&.. wif. of Charles Biding, HE.WrORK CITY FOUCSBAY'OF Urease's Celebrated Yermiruge. .k-tTfACTORED BY FLEMING BROS- New Yo, August 25. 18S5.1 jT This i K cetiitiJ that m W,U Hluin,t' Jminfiftyyears of age.for many years -dwtof this city, who has been at times Belr HI, but could not Wll from what cause, 2a, it 'was worms. He told bis attending ,ireo"bu 8asP'IC'on, but the WPS11 ? jicsW the idea, and refused to attend frwj longer. His son then mentioned Dr. i-Uae'i Vermifage, and aslcedhirn if he would .il; his rspljwai-I must take aomtthing Bp relief, or die. c ivy at once procured a bottle- of Dr. flAat' Ctltbraiti Vermifuge, and he took mt tlf at one doie. The result was, he paas d spwwds of thru quarts of. worms, cut up in tnijtotm. He got well immediately, and is bo wjoying most excellent health; and, like & pod S...

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. — 17 January 1861

iiAJ-Oi .wmmmmmS Jjjr Jfcnntr. Wintcrine; Yonae; Stock. - - "We extract the following from a communica tion of a practical farmer, addressed to the Mark Lane Express: "Of all tht departmcnU of management con nected with the breeding of cattle, few give tl.c breeder so much anxiety u the rearing and subsequent care of hii young stock? "This is peculiarly the ease in district not altogether applicable to breeding purposes, and yet can not well be aj-propriated to better uses. Young cattle cannot endure cold rimy frotU for any length of time; it causes scouring. The lost of condition in a short time is often surprising. My msaal remedy is the change of food, dry warm bed, and a few doses of thick wheaten Soar gruel, with a little laudanum In each. The issue is Tery precarious ; I always think it a poor prospect, when I am obliged to resort to medical treatment for any animal. Young stock should, as a rule, be safely housed in warm sheltered yards before sold or frosty weather sets in; ...

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