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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 22 August 1861

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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. — 22 August 1861

.! .' 'jv-rr s.-w-' - '"VS-vf'ti' '-- i'v' -jj"-C--- f BE SE ft U ray la. CtjTftcmeas tjuf. SOIi. MILLER, ..... EDITOR. WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS: Tharsday, : : : : Angsst 22, 1861. The King of France, Redivivus. On Sunday, several hundred troops left St. Joseph, on the West Wind, for another expedition to Holt County. The day before, a detachment left on tho cars, for Andrew Connty. At Savannah, wo learn, they arrested Princo Hudgens and Bent him to St. Joseph, (don't sack it ;) and also tumbled the Democrat printing fixtures, into a wagon and hauled them away. They surprised the office just as an extra was being printed, containing the lying letter of J. M. Hughes relative to the battle near Springfield. r A pprtion of the troops on the West Wind were landed near the. mouth of the Nodaway River, and marched lip the west bank of that stream ; another por tion were put off at Forest City, and sent through the County by way of Oregon ; while the balance were sent to tho upper part of tho C...

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. — 22 August 1861

-( ,. 'V?1 -2'1 -.V-t Vi."''-! ? V. JiVV" --- A-. Koll,wriiea os dated yesterdays fol lows: -Peigel was passed at the Gasconade ;River, 50, miles South-west of this,rjoint, lytsterday (Toesday) evening, where? he had encamped foiutbe night. Judge Mc 'fcrfcie' issaid"lo beat the Big Tnnnel. -,twentjr-6ve miles distant, with 1,500 mal- contents; : He threatens the place. Bomor .placed him four miles from Roll last algbt t- m. Killed LienU C. AyniJ Co. K,.lst Kansas; L. h. Jones Capt. Walker's fJo. '1st Kansas; Lieu'ts. Doer and McQonigle, of OaDt McCook'a Co. of the 1st Kansas. Wounded Dan. Mnlhatton, "Co. J3, .'1st Kansas; Cassidy. Co. C, lt Kansas; Corporal Bernhard Rogers, Co. ,K, 1st Kansas; Walter N. Godley, Co. P, JLst Kansas; J.-O'Donnel. Co. E.lst Kansas; J. N. Amsdcn, Co. A, 1st Kansas; Capt. Swift, 1st Kansas; Alex. Johnson, Co. , 1st; Simon Grnber. Co. E. 1st Kan sas; John Rafferty, Co. C, and J. M. Lindlay, Co. K, 1st Kansas; A. Camer on, Co. P, Lonis B. Reinhsrt, Co. F, 6...

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. — 22 August 1861

-'; i&wp .vU-:3iiisyiA'fj6ww!dw.3 &&& - ;z. W- ' ' Hi. E.I.' ra gd !pj ml ss s S5 S3. &m l1 HI ESMA "Mi JS3-1' 51 51 &$ Qfc Jf0.r tie Jmw. . ! ". i,ine Work foVtir3Inaths of Jnlv and An. gust. FALL. TDRXirS . Preparations should be made In doc season, for the seeding of the tuual crop of Fall tnr nips, which shotUdbe.comple'ted before the close ot July or not later man me nret .weeic in an gust. The better practice is to sow during the last week in July, as earl; sowing gives an op portunity for rc-sceding, if the plant Bhould happen to be cut off by the'fly. Pruaratioh or the Ground. Wc hare so .frequently given instructions for the cultiration of the tnrnip, that it appears to be almost a work of supererogation to repeat such sugges tions. Noverthelegg as coming under the ap propriate time when the work, oughtto.be done, wo feel in duty bound to state what ought to be done, even at the risk of repctiton. m If, then, the ground, U not in sward, it should hav...

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. — 29 August 1861

Jrv" ' s5W?!r,s ,:.25" O V ,&.- .5gijniiirnnji3) OStU Itan .itad.sifM jooHa ah'ii-ut nm ... ..t a. . . "... bifl' ajfUintf Jft5 - -Jflfl -!.t T. I :cm( 'wx-'r 11 .., r .. .. 1 ' i f-.n T-J rtoat) . I'aml 41521 iit.i-2 tl it ..?. - , --.-. iTUui :3M!jC3'- .Hi , , . 0 -... .... ...... -, ---.',' !.fl)f. l(i ' teller cl . .-;.. r" ti eis-T" -.-... 'i J:ll,ii50i'! ,if?i '. ' i'l ,'; -.----., , . . ... -.VI r.IT l! J t l.?f' r: I "... ;j, w i '1 -n-. t .... -i ........ . I. r. :.. . . j r . .' !. I'M f, : ,a.-u3 oif oJofl (.'-.wfnw'J Jur.Q von 3;T. n ,.-rvr-5 A -tl.i. i.f.-.tI-;.Hi ii," iT3HW - - .' . -.i.. r. i r .. . - !. v . . r .... . -..-, .,,,., ',,., r -,. . 1)!I.IJII ill!! .'ilKUl .TI Jlfll.Tl, .III I 1 ? - . . 'IT ;i-f;'li ; ices ,i;m .'.j so w: lit Iff , . .. v k. M ' " '-- " ..-.... ." o.!5 :tJ. , SOL., MILLER, EDITOR AND FDBLISHER. ) '--' i -- i , : 1 i THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. TERMS $2.W FER lXUM, IN ADfANCE. V.--NUMBEJS; 8,j ..J WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS, THURSDAY, AUG...

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. — 29 August 1861

-"p-J&gfeSg? qZ - v - r I m$i S imism ?.( mvi S&J I 5 K iS a W Stye lianas t)uf. SOI.. MILLER, EDITOR. WHITE CLOUS, XAHSAS: Thirsday, : : : : Aagsst 29, 1861. Somethisq of Ihtekest to Ocbbelt. We have been looking over our books, and find that we hivo over $1500 dne us on legal advertising alone such as Sher iffs' Sales, Orders of Publication, Ad ministrators' Notices, etc. embracing a period of only eighteen months past, to say nothing of a considerable amount for advertising previously done. When we will receive our pay, we know not the creator nart of it. perhaps, never. One- half, or even one-fourth the above amount, wonld be of great service to us at this time ; and we might have it, if the prop er parties would attend to the matter. We believe that parties bringing suits are required to give security for costs ; then, why is it that we have to wait year after year for our fees ? In, some instances, lawyers, Clerks, etc., collect the fees and pocket them, leaving the pr...

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. — 29 August 1861

? - --V - . -, ""- '-" ' , - -- "- r "" vie-V 'f-sfssg? Mi'V'JJEff' "!"' Gaaeral Order Ho. 9. Headqdabtkbb, Aw't Gek's Omra, ) Topek.. Aug. 23d, 1861. f The following has been received from Major General J. C. Fremont: - Hkao-Qoaktess WrsTHW Dvttxmxt, 1 St. Louis, Aug 21st, 1861. $ Sib: In accordance with authority "from the Secretary of War. by telegraph, dated August 20th. 1861. you are hereby "authorized to raise three regiments of ro 'fantry in Kansas, one of them to act as a Home Guard,, and the other two to aerve in the Territory of New Mexico; the reg iments in accordance with the acts of Congress to serve three years or during the war, unless sooner discharged. , As the Companies of Home Guards are recruited, they may be sworn into the service by the officers at Fort Leavenworth and armed being then subject to the or ders of the State Authorities. The two regiments for service in New Mexico, will also be sworn in and armed 4U fast as the companies arc recruited. - Respectful...

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. — 29 August 1861

rzt.i ST-i-a i-ia&tw" ;". 4' ,- - A.11"" hm-i .5j"J Sfta r KmIS li to: 111 Win ?sWfif mi Mr! syxr m ss S Wl Us Sfi. 3g u k as-1 ?fl ? m !' r it Fr I ft r II Jin: Jfarmer- Ah Old Enemr Retnraed. It is twenty yean or more since the "grain worm," or weevil as it is erroneously called, made its appearance in Northern New England. Gradually but steadily it spread over the New England States, and then travelling westward. through New York, Pennsylvania, and other States, finally exhausted itself substantially in the great Northwest. The movement of this enemy to the farmers vas very gradual, and the time required for its migration from New Eng land to the Mississippi river wea perhaps fall fifteen years; bat we think it never proved as destructive in the Western as in the Eastern and Middle States. The rarages of this insect were almost en tirely conned to wheat; and such was its de structive agency upon this crop that the grow ing of wheat, both of the winter and spring va rieties, w...

Publication Title: White Cloud Kansas Chief
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 5 September 1861

-' v"'--" t.- '''yfi && .3gijamrijpHJ(l5 -noiJaciooil m Ju&iBn'L o& :q floiiJsXAiooi .hfwa::3T r.r roTr? :cE ( Taif rt ttviTM": -tira i Mall ,,r , . , ., l7r -ISWTtJ 7;l)Sft.J-i-a - tit,,;- ,7-.r. jj; :, ,3 -? i. , t - 2 SI -iK'lsisi MiliiJiiiA 1;!J i... ai if!-.ii- I. , I "''. V'r "'" ' k ,'-rJ' i 1 j ; - r ."11 : T- .'ij l!.I. I.''.' ..:! SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND rUILISlER'. ! THE CONSTITUTION: AND THE UNION. TERMS$2.ee PER 1NSCW, IS ADTAJfCE. VOLUME VNDIIBBK""?.!,, -i WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1861. WHOLE NUMBER, 217. - -'--' Sananaanaanaarananaanaanaanaaafi-?''"'1. J BaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaW raaaaaaaaaaaaaraaaaaaaaaW tx-v--r 1 1- ;J 2 sV." -sii ; I:. J. ' J- - II I IP 1 1 1 11 II II ;HP' II li 1411 K4 - . n - 1Jt t J .. T r -. !Ht. THE BPECTSE AT SUMTER. ,1 itood on ttowmlb fSsmUr, I Aitin wUbii olfbt. wm down Om tb 1am. mImiwI fuutu, 0 ib trailer earj u'd Uwm;' Kail tirtmf tm rorid hum ' ' iTi! !ie , ; - Bfi tft reJ-bot kot mil iWB, Aiifbjrau...

Publication Title: White Cloud Kansas Chief
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 5 September 1861

& -ckSTj & ef m im S0?C !iy fc tttfl . SSSI. V,3 i eSfcl ts? 1 sa-ji if si? H ? W I Pi kg J Hd ? ? a ib t-i I ei HI Wi m cf S3 ral mm M5l K& 9 if j m w w M mV m kii m m fi m.i ft ..aawfcs" Qtyc Kansas Cljicf. SOL. JtlLLEIt, EDITOR. WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS: Tkirsday, : : September 5, 1861. Kansas and the War. While a howl is being raised in tbe East, under the direction of traitor dem agogues, against the war, and the expen ses and hard times created by it, hoiv stands the question in Kansas ? To be sure, we have man infamous traitors here, who are heart and band with the rebellion, and wonld be if tho war were carried on without a dollar's expense, and plenty and prosperity were the conse quence ;"but how is it 'with the honest masses, who have come here to bnild up a home, and who' are to shape tbe destiny of the State? ' Last season there was a drought, fol lowed by a famine, and what little mon ey our people had, went to purchase the necessaries of life, leaving them penn...

Publication Title: White Cloud Kansas Chief
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 5 September 1861

- -s.-- - J - -i "Battle, ia Wester Virginia. Gaujfous, Aug. 28. ..' The, battle at C'rosa Lanes', near Sum mersville, on the 26:h inst., prove., to be a'bIoo3j affair. The following are all the nartfrailai-a va liatrn learned. The 8eventh Ohio reziment. Col. T4i 1. i u:i l.vr..i Ier' was surrounded, while at breakfast. and attacked on both flanks and in .front, -..multaneonslv. Oar men immediately . n i j i r . formed for battle ami fooglit bravely while they saw bnt little chance of sneers!., the enemy being too powerful. "ol. Tyler sent back to the baggage train, .which was coming np 13 miles distant, and had it tamed back towards Gaaley. which point it reached in Rafety. . Companies B. C and I suffered most severely. They particularly were in the hottest of the fight and stood op to it bravely, and foaght their way throngh againt fearful odds, making dreadfnl daughter in the enemy's ranks. The rebel fon-e consisted of 3.000 infantry 400 cav alry and 10 jjuns. The Federal force 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. — 5 September 1861

-f;I:-Ci3Vfi3 I '1 VEJ Hit IP m .rr,,i r i5 !-:- - i 2i,f v it a AT l. W Hi 11 i llt Irl The Way to Pitch Ilsiy. It may seem to some of our old farmers en tirely too, common place to pen an article on this subject;; bat bit' apology for His, I write, for young farmers, and those who arc incxperi enced in this branch of haying. There is a little sdence.'aitcr'all, in. pitching bay, not only with a horse fork but a hand fork; but roost of the laborers of the present day seem to think Urat physical strength' alone, is the great desideratum; and thereforc'pitch'ing bay is looked on ub Tory laborious and fatiguing work. If a man has a little good skill and is not very strong, he can pitch onor pitch off a load of hay, villi very little fatigue; but if he is deficicntin skill, pitching hay will be very laborious and fatiguing work. I will explain what is meant by skill and by a want of it, when.pitcliing hay. When grass is very long, and has been raked with 'a horse rake, the hay will som...

Publication Title: White Cloud Kansas Chief
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 12 September 1861

,v9i'2 ti ia:e8 iiosOTiiqA ' ''vAj 'a m.7v & mc-'r 113) 5flt;iii)if 3IT a iru-E u.trtji. tit has . ril r-rrT. .JIOTKJ.? - - - a:,iiif ..io.- :2A8'AIi .aUOJO iriET? 2lii tsa time., IS? J tI r? i -;-,. : ,jfi&naiT . --, , r, r SeL. MILLER, EDITOI AND rUBLISIER. ... .- rr- , -.!- li THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. ;-; i - a TERMS $2.00 FEtt ASXU3I,;j'ADTi!r.CE. T IJ JOLUM V.NUMBER 10, ,;: :; ' ' WHITE CLOUD, MlJSASTHURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1861. .il- fffHOEE NOMBEBfJafc i f. . B , PI1 1 Hi .egrjymngni'iS s i-ii i asTesTesTesTessTl i - . ' " ' Ji! fca cijr. -.sV .J' : T"'rt v A .'r-r'':!-cifA!'-a ' :' " " ' SSaaaaaKsVasHM I . xs. Tr ".;'' . , . ,- ' iu.T m . 1. -1:1 III 1 1 ii P I II II II -SPBHE li II IIttIIIttI U :. .. -.-. . -'-,.?' .- r , -c ...-...,;;, 7.. - : :-. ia.i . ".; - - 19?.-- . ": - -t.- - '- -- .; I . j-, t r i i 7 (. . -- .-.----w..--.- - - -' - - -A ;.'. flite,:f tftaf, "; ' 'HEHOETHEEH MOTHER. BY W. W. CURTIS. ,1 1 t r i- Th j"r ckintJ tbejleict of bom t lib " F...

Publication Title: White Cloud Kansas Chief
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 12 September 1861

i J. J- - . T-ti I HS Stl: fl fe .-Mi 1 X &s Mi iPs mm mi sHl Pf la: OH Sfa : I 1 i HtH St SE a a IS S3 n 4 m$ m$Pi Mil W flS. & 3 ill M ;$ 1 S3i 'JTW.-J &v Mil ffrsi Sst HI jffSI Wi 3! 31 "III Sljc Kansas )d. SOIi. MILLER, EDITOR. WHITE CLOUD, K ASS AS: Tkirsiay, : : September 12, 18C1. Terrible State of Aftmrs. The condition of St. Joseph is just now most deplorable. Secession rules the day, and the city is almost deserted, containing only about one-third the population it did last Spring. Those who conld re Move their, goods from the city, have done so, while those who conld not, are being robbed. The ferry boata hare been seised and tied np, and the Omaha, laden for the upper rirer, has been seized and prorated from tearing port. Secession is monocracy and anarchy, and this state of affairs is bnt one of its natural resnlts. While the national troops and the Union tea held sway, we heard of no robberies, no destruction and murder on railroads, no stopping of legitima...

Publication Title: White Cloud Kansas Chief
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 12 September 1861

rr- "J.-." . -- r.S-' The irteli with the .Indians. The Port 'Smith Times 'of the 10th nit, contains a.letter from the Sem'nole Agency, which if reliable, gives infotma tiou of importance. We quote: .; "The Seminoles are now in council, considering a draft of a treaty Capt. Pike submitted to them. We shall bare little or. bo trouble in making a treaty with them. The Creeks ratified their treaty by a aaanimons vote in their coancil, eve ry town being represented. Their regi ment, will be ready in a few days, and probably half a dozen companies more. ' As. soon as. the Seminole treaty is sign ed, Commissioner Pike, with Superinten dent Rector, Agent Leeper. Wm. Qaeeen bnry,the.Secretary of the Commissioner, and the' others pf the party, accompanied by. a delegation of the Creeks and .Semi-, nolo, and a strong escort .of Indian troops, will go to the Wichita Agency to meet the Reserve Indians and wild tribes. There is little donbt that at least five thousand Camanches will bo present. ...

Publication Title: White Cloud Kansas Chief
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 12 September 1861

"j;, j.WeW1 " BfllM4tM. P"W.1I. 1SI 1 i ji " -.M srHrSl &; rt3:j Hi si m "sssftJ lt itf i - "i VI its vi I I f! ft m Worm Specific, VERMIFUGE. i;ai nv.a 3jc- i . ' lowJclO-ioi :. .J sYlvitf OMS, OF WOIIM& THE. c6anteanoe5 P " kaden cofored, with occasional flushes, or s cir cunucribcd spot on one or both cheeks; the eyes become dull;' the pupils- dilate j a azure semicircle runs .along the lower eyelid;- the nose is irritated, 'awefis, and aome dmes bleeds;, a swelling of the upper lip; occasional headache, with Humming or throbbing of the ears; an unusual secretion of saliva; slimy" or' furred tongue; breath very foul, particularly in the morning; ap petite ,variablji sometimes voracious, with a Hawing sensation of the stomach, at others, entirely gone; fleeting pains in the stomach; (irrational) "nausea and vomiting; violent rains' throughout "the abdomen; bowels ir regular,, at times cosnvc; naua sum, t unfreguently tinged with blood; belly swol len and :hard; urine turbi...

Publication Title: White Cloud Kansas Chief
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 19 September 1861

-1 : v". l-S - - - J V &' ""-C' i liWfc AthWdMltyitaiWXMMW u- " awfjafwa M iriium n iiimwi i n.wjmw-3.'m W rij"j ii,Jl' zj"r ..'?.f' ;r 3r - i ?-;:. -!,: -.-. ; v-1-r, , . .- . ... , . I 13.'-, J A;.-i. T !,-.t '' . - - -...v., SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER, y THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. TERMS--$2.M PE ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. VOLUME V. NUMBER: 11. WHITE CEDUD, KANSAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1861. 1 WHOLE NUMBER,, 219. j' 7TS&t??---5-$iZF2&!f dfflrofce prfrgv HOT YET. BT WILLIAM CULLEJT BRYANT. Ob, country; marre! ofti erth! Ob, realm, to saidea greatness crews! Th ag Out gloried ia thy birth, Bball it behold the orerthrownl Fhell (niton lay tilt greatness lowl Mo, Lend or Ilop and Blessing, No! And wo who weir Ibj glorious suae, Shall we, lil crarens, staad apart, tVbw those whom tboa but United, aim Th. d.ath-blow at tb; generons heart! Forth goes the battle-cry, aad lo! Hosts rise in harness, jbootin;. No! And tbejr who roonoeJ, In oor land, The power that rein fro...

Publication Title: White Cloud Kansas Chief
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 19 September 1861

v- -.& J-.-7-i..Hrf5T I KSSVW ' , i ' i - 1 t, c a K- Sri ft to j 35 f -. S?r V3 M1 I a II i5 Ul WS-? i M m feKS && SV I ffl Ki ll m iSl s I 3i' R Sr- ? 131 im U-tiV Stje' Kansas Stjuf. SOL. MILLER, - - - - - EDITOR. WHITS CLOUD, KA58AS: Thirst&T, : : Septearter It) 181 Coimro to a Focus. Military opera tions in Missoari appear to be " drawing to a head." On Tuesday evening, a de spatch waa received at 8t. Joseph to the effect that a fight was going on between the troops and the aeceuionuts near Uti ea, on the railroad, and large reinforce ment were sent oat. These secessionists were probably the bands of Green and Harris, and are now in a fair way to be annihilated, which will free North-East Missouri. The gang that gathered in the North-West, have proceeded toward the Missouri River, in the direction of Liber ty, with the intention, as is supposed, of crossing the river and uniting with Price and Rains. Bat it is said there are no boats in which they can cross, and...

Publication Title: White Cloud Kansas Chief
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 19 September 1861

izTW ' MMUfP 1PPPP . - ..z -35-?p'-s;:V'Cf- W"iJJ- T'l-e"aP-a-new-- T'?5 H J,,; s V l)trtgamBJtg0. CMerr So A patriotic Isdy in Palmer, Ma- uhMMtte, when she heard or the Hew sad loud call aside by Government for edditional regl aurttf artillery, cavalry ajrttotantry, remark ed, -An had do doubt the cavalry and artillery eoald bo obtained in abundance, bat if Gorern sent wanted a farther supply of lnfcntry, they had better send some of the volunteers borne." ET Gn. Cats on tbx Anlitiom or Sumr. -Gen. Cats, in a recent conversation with President Faircbild, of Hilladale College, Mich igan, aaid that though be had alwaya been here-, tofore opposed to abolition, yet thU waa the only way to successfully and permanently end the eonteat. Without abolition, if we had peace to-day we should hare war to-morrow. Thia iaaayingconaiderableforone wbo baa always been ao conaerratire as the great Michigan eta teaman. IT-Gen. Scott and Gen. McCUllan aeem to work welf together. I know one thing that...

Publication Title: White Cloud Kansas Chief
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 19 September 1861

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