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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 24 January 1861

3cning , wiawrmif .a cVJ "iiii: -2? iJif2JlI lL. MILLER, EDITOR AND fDRLISDER. THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. i TERHS $J.W rER ANNUM, IN ADTASCE. -VOLUME IV.NUMBER 29, WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 24, 1861. WHOLE NUMBER, 185, fSliiif (SuitiNf Kansas Ihirf. n - . Cz) . v ' rrr MiTi - a t aawa bbb- -a a ft i 't t i-i ) B; RT , V t. I - Mtt $mtx. THE SITS OF THE CONSTITUTION. rTVhUst tin Uit mmtm were tigning, Dorter Freak- Em, leokinctewardt tke President's ektir, at the back of WBMNttl m m nepf bvu u vs peintwu, uuwnn . HiV MmWi near his, thai paiaters fond li diflloalt to distiagaish la their art a miBg from a setting tan. "Ihara," eaidbe, "often. Bad often la thecotme of lit eostioa, aad la tbe eicitsitadet of my bopet aad nan at to lu Una, gazed apaa It withoat being abla to tall whether It waa Hilar ar letting. Bat new, at length, I bare tka happiaau la kaow that it it s ritiag aad not a aattiaf ob. gemtirarte fetter. ArtcU o ike Maiuo Ja"r. Twaa at tba hanr ofSemmer a...

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. — 24 January 1861

m $tyc Ransaa !juf. SOt. MILLER, - KDITOIt. WHITE CLOUD, KAHSAS: Thtri4ay, : : : January 24, 186T. The Hews. s We resume our summary of telegraph ic newc. J( The Scott and Toombs difficulty turn out to bea hoax'. The Louisiana troopa hare taken pos session of all the fortification in that State. Major Haikins, commanding the Baton Route Arsenal, surrendered after a abort parley. Not many salutei and resolutions of thanks for him 1 It is reported that Mr. Lincoln hat tendered Henrr Winter Davie a aeat in his Cabinet. We hops it is true. It was rumored that Major Anderson had contemplated a surrender of Fort Bumpier, and that disaffectation existed among his men. but it rras doubtless false. " - - Fort Baaancoa and the Navy Yard, al Pensacola, Florida, hare been taken by the Florida and Alabama troops. Seoretary Floyd has been making a se cession spoocb. at Richmond. The traitors in Maryland are using ev ery spplianco imaginable to indnee Got. Hicke to call a session of the Legislatur...

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. — 24 January 1861

Fros Wuhiagtoa. Washiwoto. Jan 11 . Umtt MMrtaliMd to-deV. I! IB a i that leafee no room whatever for ?blT.bai it is the purpose of the Soatb Err March Thi.. if UL! ii revival of previous reportt, bnt a. iBiorao" w - r- . . v.krn ntmbtn of Conirreee cob Sw it their duty to look the danger, fair- ..may be within their reach. - Tbefact that Southern membera of CoitfWM have been sending home their mm and daughter! until few now re asia. " mui9i M Indicatire that .a eonfltct is expected. -There-are not bow Hi one hundred ladj borders at the J principal hotels At Wi.Iar.V5 lurt are not, exclusively o( transient via; ton, over a doaen ladies, and the nam fcr t'here'altogethcr does not exceed thir- The Northern menare firm. Thej will when the time arrives, make a prop oiitien that ought to be, and will be ac cspUHe to reasonable' Southern men, and at the same time not dishonorable to themselves. - No one now expects a peaceful nolo tJoi if the existing-difficulties, as the se cMsioniits ha...

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. — 24 January 1861

,i, r Jk Jfnrmcn Dwarf Chcrrr Trees. z Then are, in our opinion, destined to be the trees of the Wert. The long, naked trnnV of the standard cherry ii illy suited to battle with i the sudden extreme changes of the weather of our Western States, and aa a consequence, cherries are among the scarcest of onr Western fruits. Trees of a few years planting only', if sot decayed and dead, look as scarred as maim ed Teterans who hart passed through the storm battles of many winters, and are now lingering sad monuments of their career, amid the closing scenes of a life of conflict and trials. Such facts afford little encouragement for the contin ued planting of such trees, and nnlesa a remedy of some kind is adopted, the cherry will become rarer from year to year. There are two remedies which will, iu a great degree, arrest the erils flowing from our climate. One is, growing the trees as pyramids, precise ly aa we do our evergreens, branehing within a foot or two of the ground, and the other ...

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. — 31 January 1861

'JS'i-VJ&g r i-j 3"' 1.111? Jfl STTur :-& jrrs. a ts? CI r . Y"' - , f . ;"c-'c--.:? white KttlMS IL. MILLEB, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. VOLUME IV. NUMBER 30, kkt inetrg THE BELLS. BT EDGAR ALLAN FOE. I. - . Heir th tladgei with Ik. bells Silrerbell.! What a world of memotent th mlodj frtIlil IIow the J tinkle, tinkle, tinkle, In the icy air ofoight! While Uit .Uti that oreriprinkl All the heareal, .m to twinkle With a rryttalllne delight; Keeping tint, time, time, la a tort t Eonic rhyme, To till lintiaabalatioa that .0 timidly wells from the belli, belli, belli, belli. Belli, belli, belli From the jiagling and the tinkling of the belli! II. Beartbe merrr wedding belli GoMen belli) TThst a worlJ of htppineii their harmony foretelli! Throo'h the balmy air of night. How the ring not their delight! From the molten-golden notei, And all in time. What a lipoid duly float! To the Innle-dOT that liiteni, while ihe gloat On the moon! Oh, from out the toamling celli, What a gnib of eopbo...

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. — 31 January 1861

Styt Kansas Ctjief. SOIi. KILLER, EDITOR. WHITE CLOUD, KAJTSAB: Tls.rs.ay, i ' Jastary 51, 1861. BunmaryofVewi. Ths Fottmuter General has cut off the mail facilities to Pensacola, Florida, be- ' cause tht tnaila have been tampered with. Fears are entertained, that when Lonis iana secedes, France will icise her, npon the ground that when the breaks off con nection with the United 8tate, the treaty whereby France ceded her to our Gov ernment will be annulled. Preparations for the defence of Wash ington are still going on. Mr. Lincoln is being pressed to appoint Hon. 8ebnyler Colfax Postmaster Gen eral. Ponderous petitions are pouring in np on Congress from all parts of the North, asking for the adaption of the Crittenden Compromise. They are frequently aent wrapped in the American flag. The Beiolntions of the New York Leg islature, offering aid to the President to enforce the laws, are cresting arrest indig nation in the Southern States. Mr. Colfax has introdaced a bill in Congress, t...

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. — 31 January 1861

Styingarngjiga. gWe hare never en so larg a nombtr cf Urge sugar plautiM advertised ftr h1 i tbi Ms Orleans paper, ai now. jy Gov. Perry, of Florida, reached home Jul week 'r0B " nor,' nere " purcnasea 1,000 Haj" rifle nd 5 of Minn,i BB' wis, for the use oi in ouue. sySemebody having id that the cannon trith which South Carolina intend, to destroy l,t Union I. Bue&aaan, the Norwich Bulletin mponds: "Yes, ana tnar. tne cannon ererj' body want! to see discharged." jyTfceSsn Francisco Mirror says "out of stsrly one hundred exchanges pantisnea on ims toMt, and received at this office, we can find tot one that comes out openly, or otherwise, ii&rerefan independent republic. Califor tU it faithful to the Union." rj-Kentucky wishes to seefaerchiralricson, Vjjor Anderson, sustained. Foar-fiiib. of all the men within her borders capable of bearing mat weuld gladly rolunteer to protect him if ttucked at FortSumpterby the enemies of the Union- LiuinUU Journal. JXTbe pamphlet of Preside...

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. — 31 January 1861

m- -. -' L ST'AR OF THE PRESS. 1861. . . - "cbsat it mouths or wisest cn.vcu: " ffiT-'a ' THE NEW YORK MERCURY FOR THE NEW YEAR. In accordance wuh a timejionond eiutoii: , t the publithers of The New York Mercury make the opening of ft New Year the occasion for issuing a comprehensive prospectus bulletin. AlilinnMi the natrinich of the weekly pre fbeine now in it twenty-third year). The, Mercury teems with the bre and rigor 01 joutn, i . 11 .... tili ttiA viirtnm .nil dinnitT Of mi. ' uw.Hb ... .1 : m """ w ........... a -j . ture years, r resenting, as u does, ine crime it la trim of literature enrichtd with the entrancing master-pieces of the greatest ro mancers in the world glitterins nith the bril liant wit and humor of the sharpen pens of the time abundantly garnished with the rarest gems of native poesy overflowing with "thoughts that breathe and words that bum" from the great writers of its immense contri bntorial staff, and honored all orer the ctuntry for its perfect freedo...

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. — 7 February 1861

I ', ? :3 , t:. I ... i i. 1 ' lli. ! 1 i I. K 1JMIK .X3S il's ism i m V .' . '11 SIL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. ( T. t 4 THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. TERMS MM FER AMXUM, II 1BT1ICI. i ";. .j i ?. VOLUME IV.--NUMBER 31, ( WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1861. WHOLE NUMBER, 187. 1 ;'' sj LiM 'i ti., 1 c sB-SjsjpipJSBSPaBBBBBBBBBf- jflssssssa?QaBii9BllflSas?)et4L. r 1Mca;--iHflnfl ?nLi " ' ' - " ' ' '-" - r, . I . ' . White Clottft KilSES mt $ 0etrg. THE AMERICAN FLAG. r ds. JoiErn rodhax skaki. Vftea .freedom, from hermoiataia bei(ht, UaferleS hr standard ta tie Ir, t ' Eke lort tlx tint rci frjijet. Aid Mt tb lUn f f lory tkere! She niiflel with in jorjeon 3j Tli nitty fceMrle f th skies, A1 striped lu pirt, celestial wait , Wi etreaaiafe oft aurniif lltht; Teen, from lis esaaiion Ii the son, ' Kb called btr if 1 bearer down, Aid fare iato bii taifbty bud Tbe ijmbol of ber ebesea Id. Majestic monarch ef the cload! Who rear'st lion tby ftjtl form, T hr tb tetspeit t...

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. — 7 February 1861

Z)t Kansas tfljuf. SOX.. MIX.I.BR, EDITOR. WHITE CLOUD, XAN8AS: Thirstily, : : Fe.nury 7, IS6I. Sunaarypf lews. A prominent member of the Cabinet recommends the acceptance of volunteer to defend the Capita. If not, he think an attack npon it will be sncceful. Brutality is the leading characteristic of Secession. The State of Loniiiana eized the barraeks and the Government Hotpital at New. Orleans, and turned ant two hundred and sixty patients, to die or become the objects of private charily Mr. Grow has the credit of poshing the Kansas bill through the House. Virginia is the hot-bod of the conspi- racy against the Capital. Gen. Scott anticipated trouble upon the occasion of the meeting of the Border State Com missioners. It is asserted that Mr. Lincoln will give his views upon the present troubles, aa soon as the Electoral votes are official ly counted by. Congress;-and that -h "fa vors the Border State propositions of Mr. Etheridgs. Gov. Hicks, of Maryland, advises Gen. Scott to ha...

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. — 7 February 1861

r . "k-n-Vfi.... ..n-.vn" AT IjAST. Alio aon uuuu- -frwi, under the new regime," at length ' ds " sppoaranee on GroundjHcfc's n). Ifitden't imitaltbeouSa tw shortly ftr thrappronchmg eleo Jm d take to ito ho!. again, itrvrill J, ,' wonder. In the defence of Wwjjit tt J diiunion. in whining about: the" ag--aiiois of the North, and in-barefaeed JJeltJ conTinM tha .laTh?17dfr8 tl.tthsj may depend upon him irany extremity, the editor talks am only: oireenary Yankee can talk. . , 0 fhe News i now a Disunion sbeetr of ti,,dirtiet water. Tha editor,' in hie first ina' gr0,,,7 i"150'18 lne bundrada .f .tmnch Union men in Holt Comity, w merting that, if they do not -believe ,v.elction of Lincoln Me an aggression J?oa the rights of Missouri, for 'which repiralion should be demanded, they are Blsck Republicans. J)j the way, the phrM Black Republican is used with a prodigality that would at oncd' conrinee a Slurring' man that the 'writer was itrsining'himself to gain a reputation for bsing "sou...

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. — 7 February 1861

HP'"1 ' ' "" ' BWArnGnVin tl 1? 1 C SI K r o- in rt -wf . t - s" a irjtu.t. at j. tu u --jj iifw u. v ra r at ti f m 181. 'H $s iaiAT in beTH or; wiiur-csjitesc.? - - -'' """" '"ffc Bert, Jaa 4M THE. NEW TORK MERCERY rf "FOR THE NEW YEAR? - , . , . . . In accordance Kith & time-honored custom.. the i piibll.h.r. or The New York Mercury Bike the opening of a New 1 ear tbe occasion for Is.uinc a comprelicr.sire prospectus bulletin. Although the patriaich of the weekly rws (beinr now in iU twenty-third Tear), The Mercury teems with the Ere and rigor of youth, ai wen ai with tlie wisdom ana dignity ot ma tur Tiara. Presenting, as it doe?, Ibe trtmt dt la'trtmt of literature enrichid with' the entrancing master-piece of the greatest ro mancers in the world gUttcrim with the bril- "liant wit and humor of the sharpest pent of the time abundantly garnished with the rarest terns of " native ' poesy overflowing, with "thought, that breathe and words that burn" from the great writer of its...

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. — 14 February 1861

""-' ""gg ""' ' - "'! '" '"" I IMBMMigMiMMiagggBiJ--" ' si"i aTai" " .tyimwyij? f ! : .bo,,, , ,'f.y; . . a, '' ,9 -oW '' " ': ' r e.i. : .l.i.fii. t .. ' . . : BntJaaw t, i c if . ., .. "" .(' 2 ' - 5 11 I :miil 4ib:j .- j- t ' . w a .wHHBHJBiakli'7 t) 2'au - jC ' .; ,-i'J - ira-o. fitm . jBeBBjBMeeEBoeniBseoKnioeY 4 4 r ' . f KTT'M.: ' V- .' UI - - IIJ"' J TJ- , . )-' , J,i. -tw .1 .u. , -. .- - - -tieKaBBt?MBBSSSSSSSEvaBBfiBW;. . -, a a1 r II I I.IIW I I 4 I 111 11 If I lili ft isiWW I fl it Ha u o II t 1 - tL fllILLBK KiUiivn unuruBttiauKiK p ?v ThEiCONSTITUTfOANDTTMEUNION;- TERMS $2.01 rER ANSON, IS 1DTAICI. VOLUME IV.NUMBER 332r - MAETIAHD '-'THE HEAET OF OUBTOHW." e BT A. J. H. Dt'OANXE. . . ran. HUW. if Sfyiirttik tfca cflon'ef "Ai t.,mittirtT. - J f" " " iMtlii miIo Tth I ) ditit f t! jmrpow of joi ing other BoslJwrn 8utt i bcmiif pl Conftdriy. Uarcll Ita NiTion'i crumpled tbut Halfrnit, mid DIhbIo1 jn Ail Efk lie SUM who I071I heart MttU tot the Union nan! t'efirl the Nati...

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. — 14 February 1861

flHjc Kansas t('. SOL. MILLER, EDITOR. WHITS CLOUD, KAH8A8: Thursday, : : Febriary 14, 1M1. Hews Summary. Troops have arrived at Fort Leaven worth from Fort Riley, to protect the for mer poet. . . The Secretary of the Interior has' ask ed for in appropriation of $100,000, for the relief of the Kansas Indians, who are . suffering greatly in consequence of. last Baramer's drenth. The reported reinforcement 'of Fort rfiam'ter is contradicted." The Union men.bave an immense ma jority iirthe Virginia'Convention. How crer, they are Union, men ..provided the North yields t eorteia-'Bonthern demands, which .will &ally result in the passage ef an 'ordinance of -secession. Sir. Lincoln is now on hie way to Washington City. There is nothing of importance from the - Peace Commissioners at Washington. We will state, however, that in conse quents of the non-arriyal..of .the-maOs,' we hare no news of a later date than the 8th inst. The garrison at Fort Sumter is 75 strong, principallyrGsrmans ...

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. — 14 February 1861

v T-nwia Hocsb. Tbe outt are 1Tf !. K make good deal of noue. Tost now tbeir hobby if that tbe ma 3. Hon nnder tbV'Stat. .pr iaUrtion. have' lest their pontwa by ETi.naaof timebetweM their election ad o'nr dmiMioB into the Ubiob.- The Mnond proclirities of majority of.tht i thai Ranalnrial (inflation rt alio diiUittfhl to certain cliques, Mid .. . (.! ia raised. "The dissatisfied Dirtiw mAo nothing ofthe factthat the Jaw is agsiwt them, that the people .are against them. anduiM n -new would cottthMBdeof dollars. ,withont t:- ir material chaBfc-o. -Noanat- tor. They have a right to agitate .'let tbssa. agitate. Jjeareuuoni t,onwro tin. ;T- ONSOCH SUBJECTS THE TESTIMONY or woa as-shocxd conctasiva. Naw Year, Augusta, 1853. ITT Mrs. Clute.of No. 272 Second atrf et, be i;.iint her ehild, about three years old, to be troubled with werma, purchased one bottle of DR. M'LANB'S CELEBRATED VEKM1 FOOE, prepared bj Fleming Bros., Pittsburgh. Pat, Badgers It two tea-spoonsful, which had " the ef...

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. — 14 February 1861

mXZ JZBP -fc-CC-X rrrr i Tffttmrnimrf jiifl-tfTn'ii " "n " rrrr , .. i . i : STR OF.T,HE.P,RESa , . 186 1. , q "MAT 11 HOtTHS 0V WISEST C.E1II.IIK. 3 Cf J at ntH - lUltlfc,. iflbUlvnil -J I 1 FOR THE NEW YEAR.. In accordance with a timeTionored eutnm, the publishers of "The New York Men.-n.rj stake the openingvof a NewTear the occasion for tanilng a comprehensive proppectusbulleliif Although the patriiich of the weekly pes fbeinir now in its' twenty-third rear), Tbe Mercury teemi with the fire anil vigor of youth, ai well at with the'wwdom and dignity of ma ture yean. Presenting, aa it does, the crtme de la ereme of literature enrichid' with'thc entrancing- maiter-piecci of the greatest ro mancers In the world glittering wilnvtue bril liant wit and humor of the sharpest pen of the time abundantly garnished with the rarest gems of-native poesy overflowing with "thoughts that breathe "and words that bum" from the great writers of its immense contri bntorial sulT, and honored'all over ...

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. — 21 February 1861

'rim mm MM -. tl ' r'i , jn , tuw j m x s,' r ' S.IttrlEfc 'HI it cv. i-, If- .-r&ti !& " T ?S5?fi i ') - :1m i Mi ffL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. - V7 THEJCONSTITOTION AND THE UNION. TERnS---$2.0 rER ANNUM, IN 1DTANCI. SbB VOLUME' IV.-NUMBER 33.; 7 .;;,. WHITE CLOUD, KANSASTHURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1861. WHOLE NUMBER, 189. ' r 'ff ,3BBEBBBBBBBBBBBSjBBBBBBBBBBvVBBBbw--aXJCSriJVSStEffSpefA r .irn-. 3 c - - T I jgf0i A '' aft. ' -!-' m:i I'- ercek''4fc4efc'' '' vW 'I ' I' H hI '111 (iiY lasv BF;. a- l; I II ! I I'- I I w!i Jl ell II IlttSiS' I I -inrTA tfhiici 'fltt; UJERT7 ASD TJHIOJT, ONI AHD DTIEPA1ABLE. There feat eat glorfaa eatlga, There Bin ear aagra flL Ai Brat Um Mnl krafl w hui Dare r.lak thaan fteas Ik ek yl Put nlM tt parricidal vs. With Impiaea hand ta eaizo Aid uu freta aet the flrmaoaeat Tl glery of the breaxnt TV cm fCti M hlaa who wield The brand of elrll wtr. Or blot Iran that preol galaxy On rlagl gleaming ,u'- Bull aU ear glarioe aaaiga, Aad rtlll oar ttf U...

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. — 21 February 1861

9t)c Kansas Ctjicf. S9X.. MILLER, EDITOR. WHITS CLOUD, KANSAS: Tkirt J17, : : Feinmry 21, 1881. News Summary. Mr. Lincoln u making a triumphal journey to Washington. He is svery- where greeted by the largest and most enthoiiaatie crowds that ever assembled to welcome a President. lie ha made a nnmbf r of short speeches, nsnally hav ing a local application ; bnthe occasion ally hints at national affairs, givingslight inklings of hit views upon important matters. Traitors cannot find mnch con tolation in them, and it is edifying to hear them howl. Mr. Lincoln is by this time noaring the Federal Capital. The investizstinir committeo on the contemplated invasion of the Capital have not elicited anything definite, and the secessionist are again deman ding the withdrawal of the troops. If they have no evil designs in view, why are they so anxious for the removal of the troops 7 Their presence doe not dfs commode honest people. The Union men have a large majority in the Virginia Convention...

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. — 21 February 1861

tSS .f.. Tt"" wiiSno li3lprii? .ad utufMtHHi tuat.wa remember that T t.u a man on the floor of Con- swbo folly and fairly- reprawwtsbar. vw men may 'falter and misrjrwaBt .heir constituents by yielding to the termi j traitors : thev mar eat their !lm words and help to pnt lies npomJhe tbf h"d echoolf pro-elarery, . .1,. roll of compromisers is.calied, 'and Bin after man belieahi principles and Mrays 1 tfTn Tola of Conway and flf Kansas will be given for Liberty, and ITnion. Leavnvorth Comtrvative .-: u . ivsa) GmiTMoaTiLrrrAnoHOTHi JjDiiM. W are informed that several' hnndred Cbeyrone arid Sioux Indians hav died rscsnlly". near Jnleebnrg, on the P. 'J. Jxpreu route. Their death was canted by the "measles," and the same epidemic will probably destroy many- 'more- of them. Leavenworth Timu. J iHarricft. , On Sunday, tlie 17th insL.by Rev. E. Whit Biy, Mt.Johw Wiimuat to Miss Luct Jakb CtCXLir. all of this plact. HAVE TOU A DISEASED LIVERt XT The qsestioa, though startling, is sufflei-...

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. — 21 February 1861

jwaaw.-AT-" X - -oinmem -TlrM iX'umm , ,n i- - - c-r-sr- Ji' - 5 ggB n a MMRM a MAll" m i n nn ninti n n I? O O I 04.AIl.Ur 1 n Ki I tt D O O. 1861. "caxaT 1 uktm or wisxst ckisirb THE SEW TORE FOIUTHE NEW MERCBRY YEAR. In accordance with a time honored custom, the publUhera or The New York Mercurv make the opening of a New Year the occasiou for issuing a comprehensive prospectus bulletin Although the patria.ch of the weekly preas (using bow in it twenty-third jcar), The Mercury teems with the fire and rigor oryouth, at well as with the wisdom and dignity of ma nure year. Presenting, as it does, the ereme dt la treme of litenture enrichid with the entrancing master-pieces of the greatest ro mancers in the world glittering with the bril liant wit and humor of the sharpest pens of the time abundantly garnished with the rarest gems of native poesy overflowing with "thoughts that breathe anil words that bum" from the great writers of its immense rontrW butorlal staff, and honored all ov...

Publication Title: White Cloud Kansas Chief
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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