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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 26 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
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 26 September 1861

RHp. JiAV fla-&r"v- r--: ? ri----, ; ;;, T - - C3'-jw- ""Vk fcft "S riESv KjyMi H W .& i 15 13 W- I i I l&fye'Kdnads OL. MILLER, ..... EDITOR. WHITS CLOUD, KAH8AS: Tairsiay, : : 8epteer it, 18C1. TpMwr Explosion. To add variety to the existing excite neat, a blow-ap came, off, on Monday night, which might have "resulted very seriously. Some persons in S. L. Jen nings' atore were" examining the lock of a double-barrelled ebot-gnn, which was lying on the counter, with the muzzle ""pointing towardTho shelving, where were a couple of-powder cans, one of them al most empty, the other containing six or eight pounds of-powder. Jnst as they had finished the examination; by some mean one of the barrels was discharged, the contents entering the powder cans, instantly producing a terrific explosion, the report of which was heard for several miles. It seems miraculous that all in the room were not either killed or seri ously injured.. But they escaped almost without a scratch,, with...

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. — 26 September 1861

vstips - ? -l J- t- 'J a - f -V ' ,-w -.' ing u4 setting gold and silver bullion, foreign coin Kid foreign and .inland bills of exchange, by loaning money and personal securities, and by exercising each incidental powers as may be nsccasary to parry oneochbniioess; mayeboose. one of their nomber as president and appoint arashieraadaoch other officers as theiribasi neaa may require, and to remove snch president, osahler, oOeers, and agenU at pleasnre, and to appoint others in their olaces; but no such asso ciauen or banker shall commence the business of basking under this act, nntil such associa tion or banker shall haTe deposited with the Auditor of State the securities required by this Sic. 13. The shares In such bank shall be deemed personal property, and shall be trans ferable on the books or the bank iu such man ner as maT be airreed uwn in the article organ ising such bank, and every person becoming a stockholder therein, shall in proportion to bis interest, succeed to all the ...

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. — 26 September 1861

- t - -cr ' i LA" IK ml SITS 561 .1 im '' Jfpr jfarater.' Important Discovery in Sugar Making. In the Journal d' Agriculture of February 5th, the aditer, M. Barral, speaks of the new process of M. Rousseau for the fabrication of agar, as being likely to casue a revolution in this branch of industry. We are inclined to receive with distrust the glowing accounts the French are wont to give of their great discov eries, yet we cheerfully acknowledge that some of these bare proved of great advantage to ag ricultural science, and hope that this new pro cess, may on further trial, be found to possess all the merits claimed for it, and that our Wes tern farmers may be able to use it successfully in the manufacture of sugar from the sorghum. Tbe'chemical agents employed are cheap, hare bo injurious action on the human system, or the saccharine juices. The repeated filtrations tbrouch animal charcoal, which are now used for refinement of sugar, are said to be unneces sary and the evaporation ...

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 October 1861

" pr ., , ': r '""; r! '.'' - .t5o -.- ,-,;' -"-- . - - : 'iffjal 'tAtaaaaaaaaBaaaaBaaaaBaa?: 'V .W -a .wwjrtl .7 - I'rtiT ..i -t. .JO. r, ?T -;-.'.f -".,.. . ' . n r . i "''- '- ' , 4 ; 'JmeBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW..:?' -. s ,-jr . . . - ,rd2i'.,rI J -V1 &-:... .UuP.'U .xli ?! 7, . , !SMKLtf'l4 A Iff l1' k -tJqft HmL- .- J'""-- f-3 .iu . . r s r r . fjHB. rr '" !: ,rn: ot: iris .' -rV .-.uU !v , .. ., ' j . i: SOL.. MILLERj EDITOR iND rUBLI8IER. r- t jit .?T. , -J ":- , '.I. . t IV, yppKE .-OTMBEK : 13.J ;4 gijirt Id; THE 8PISIT OP 76. er, .; Yfbn Tfttiomb naforjoiua iSnt r 4.., .irrKiiuuaaviSBiac ana. v J Aa4 thicklj jr w Um fn pTttt " . AIDf"tIi'Dtitirfi-bul-liBi, . . -'"-Ai ftrii,K.,'iad patriot il,,1tl " -.! ifiUMbmmoactaM'dtfaciatlBt, -1 " ' T"4ad rii y itany cafaks hifb,' ' , Ij;ThitIittowJlonf onrikj, . " Froi ttetp New EoUiid'4 moontmia gladai f To Gtorjla'a plaint and valley ihadti, . . -' Aad from the Atlantic'! ware of foam TO th while tontr' Vitera home. There roMTa Toiea...

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 October 1861

'fr : f ELiLSS f-r I -A. - I)e Kansas l)icf. SOI.. MILLER, ..... EDITOR. WHITE CLOUD, TAM8AX: Tkirsaay, : : : vetnber S, 18C1. JW This brae of the Chief came sear bring thrown into tbe " middle of next week." Onr paper dealer not bavins? neat oar supply by tbe conveyance we reques ted, it did .not reach as bbIO Saturday morning, thas delaying tbe issue until Monday. " "Ock;"Pdt w."We believe it is pret ty' generally agreed that old party lines shall be dropped in oar approaching County election, and a Union ticket put on tbe' track.- At this etage of tbe game, we venture to ofler a raggeetion:-Look well that yoa be not .sold. There are al ways a pack of broken down political hacks scattered over every County, who have long been laid upon the shelf, where, in ordinary times, tbey would continue to lie. Unable to obtain an election to office, they hang-around picking up odd crumbs acting as deputies, assistants, etc, to other officials, in which capacity they can keep tbe run of all 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. — 3 October 1861

Ufa , fl-u,----- a-,i?J ( 5 l&tyingamBJigsV tr' Emu wot to c Surfun xi a Idi-piss. .Notwithstanding former statements :to the contrary, it appears by recent reports, that pris oners in the hands of the rebels are compelled 'to work every day for their subsistence. Thla beiog the tact, It u expected that the author!- UesjWashiagton will order all rebel priao- "nera takes by U. 9. forces to be at once em 'ployed oa oar fertificatlons and other work, ;pd receive rations like the contrabands, la- Ttead ef Bring at the public expense- (CT, The Keatccky Union papera, to rebut the arguments of the Secessionist, in reference tothe direct tax of the United State, which axaoanU for Kentucky to $800,000, calPit 'tention to the direct tax for $100,000,000, pass- red by the Southern Richmond Congress. If I 'Kentocky was In that Confederacy her share would be about $12,000,000 ! This is toning the tables on the taxatien matter most effectu ally. ' V Mxmoraslx AimvxuaaT. The 17th of September ...

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 October 1861

- tfsfJS-"--'-' T 3 rS?5 n , ' NOTICE t , , To the Elector of the State of Kansas! It becomes my duty to lay before the roten . .1.1. C. it.'... fUll-.! 2 '..,!!, T., , ., Wi UI OUW UC lUUUWIIIg "Dill OH JUUJKIDg, for their approval or--rejection, at the general Election in Nov ember, 1&6T. as according to the XonKitQtlba bfKaiisas', "Article XIII, Section 8," No Banking Law shall be in force until the Fame shall hare been submitted to a vote of the electors' of the State, at so.se general Election, and approved by a majority-of all the rotes cast at sucn Election. J. W. ROBINSON, lfi.il" Secretary of State. - : I AN ACT, viTo authorize the Basinnacf Banking. Be it enacted by the Legislature of the, Stale f ,.; , Srcnos 1. That it is hereby made the duty of the'Auditor of State, on application of any person or association of persons wishing to or -gfinize under this act, to cause to be engraved and .printed, in the best manner to guard against counterfeiting, such quantity' of c...

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 October 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. — 10 October 1861

iS3 $4! ill m sstyi aii I FB I'S mm se 3 13 is Mi -.US! a l)c ffatwda t)tef. SOL. MILLER, EDITOR WHITS CLOUD, KANSAS: Thursday, : : : October 10 18C1. Wild-Goose Chase After Jayhawkers. in consequence of representations sent trom uregon, a aeucnmeni oi Missouri State troops, numbering something near 150 men, came to the above place, from 8t Joseph, on Sunday last, on an expedi tion against the Jaybawkers. Not being able to find any in the County, they on Monday tried rather a lame plan to en trap the party that was encamped at this place. They 6ent a message over, to the effect that they had come to Oregon for the purpose of rescuing the Union men confined there in jail ; but as they num bered only twenty men, they were fearful of being overpowered, and requested the Jaybawkers to go to their, assistance. But the latter were not the sort of cattle (o bo caught with mouldy corn. They knew the troops bad numbered over a hundred the day before, and could not understand what had become ...

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 October 1861

Srijmgamgjtgs. CTho Southern papers give accounts of the organisation of two slave regiments to fight the Yankees.' Now wc haTe no doubt that the conning Yankees will pit two free nigger regi ments against the two slave nigger regiments. .This, it is obvious, must be a losing game with our Southern friends, for their niggcM are worth fifteen hundred dollars apiece, while the northern niggeis are not worth the powder) and ball that would kill tiiemsLtnttnUle Jour nal. ST Be McCcxlocgh A cotemporary thus describes this rebel General: "Ben.McCullough, the Texas filibuster, and now rebel leader in Missouri, is a medium sized, light complexion cdman; sanguine, nervous temperament; about fifty years ef age, considerably bald, has the ap pearance of an over-rushed mercantile man; is active, quick, rather restless; suavitcr in his address; speaks low and confidently, and pos sesses elements of a successful leader." v,Cr A Powmful Srr. George tRapbael, "of New York, recommends the use of the...

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 October 1861

rf-e-Mt' -Ci ft. --f' J'-i a iTAEft&TRUE! &2S -.r " """ " 11 I3SU$ 3SrS S3 PR Edl' RR, 14 &&f US il NOTICE ! To the Electors of the State or Kansas! It becomes my duty to lay before the voters of this State tlio following "Pill on Banking," for their approval or rejection, at the general fiilin in Nuipmhcr. 1861. asaccordiiiKto the Constitution of Kansas, "Article XIII, Section 8,"No Banking Law shall l la wrce nnui iae name shall .have been submitted to a vote of the electors of the State, nt so.ae general Election, ' and aoproved by a majority of all the rotes cost at such .Election. J.W.ROBINSON, Secretary of State. , AN ACT, T .ntUn: ln TlnaTnAoa tit Rank lilt?. Bs it enacted bg the Legislature of the State ef Kan$at: Srcnos 1. That it is hereby made the doty of the Auditor of State, on application or any person or association of persons wishing to or !:. ,.. ft,;, art. tn cause to be engraved and printed, in the best manner to guard against .,t.w;i;nrr nM auanti...

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 October 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. — 17 October 1861

'-nr" ,-. -t r ? pi m w13 iSilU Stfj 1 SIS 51 ! SI si, i?itfi 33 mi Ki KfE. y w ! t)e Kansas 6t)itf. OX.. MILLER, EDITOR. WHIT CLOUD, K AVI AS: Thirstiy, : : toUter 17, 1841. Union Ticket. For District Attorney, J. P. BABBITT. v For Stole Senator To Fill Vamney, X. K. BTOOT. For Representatives, BOL. MILLER." EDWARD RUSSELL, JOSEPH PENNY,, FRANKLIN GRUBE. For County Commissioners, E. McCLELLAND let District; DAVID LEE 2d Diitrict ; ABRAHAM BENNETT 3d Diitrict. For Bberfff, WILLIAM D. BEELER. For Probate Judge To Fill Veeaaey, JAME3 B. MAYNARD. For County Clerk, E.. J. JENKINS. For Register of Deeds, BENJAMIN HARDING. For Cotnty Treasurer, EDWARD S. DAVIS. For County Assessor, W. H. HANSON. For Countj Sarreyor, HENRY WILSON. For Coroner, D. B. JONES. Tax Cosybbtiow. The Union Coun ty Convention at Troy on Tuesday,, was well attended, there having been full del egations from every Township from sev eral of tbem, more than fnll delegations, Everything passed off with remarkable harmony...

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 October 1861

bed no testa, ao blaakets,-BO clothing. Ficrfetins? Id bari! anonsh even when yon an wall cared for. And I told tBOM ColotieU, "If there u anything there that will make your men comfortable take it," aid' they did Uke it. I didn't ask whose boots tbeT were: I thonsht they belonged to Uncle Sam. and ther did. And here a Eaaias paper calls me a thief becaoae I took clothing that would otherwise hare fallen, into the bands of the enemy. . W ask yoa to stand between us and the Tile traitor slanderers in the rear. Po sition dou't excuse treason. The higher the 'position the greater the treason. Cbeere.J I arraign before this people Charles Robinson aa a traitor to bis country. Last Sandsy Robinson and Prince were conspiring to destroy the Kansas Brigade seeking to do that which traitors cannot do. The officers at this Fort have thwarted me at every steo. I begged them for one niece of artillerv. I could not get it. If we bad bad one twelve ponnd howitzer, we conld have whipped Price and ...

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 October 1861

-?--v -OTATlTIVil((I5iMrtRlJJ5! To tlie Electors of the 8tate' of Kansas! It becomes my duly to lay before the voters of this State the following "Bill on Banking," for their approval or rejection,," at- the general Klsctionln .November, 1B61, as according to the Constitution of Kansas, "Article XIII, Section 8," No Banking Lair shall be in force until the tace shall hare been sobmittedlo aote of the electors of the State1, at so je ccnral Election, and approved by a majority of all the votes cast 1 such Election. J. W. ROBINSON, Secretary of State. AN ACT, To anthoriKs the Buninesa of Bankinff. Be if enacted by the Ltgiilatttre the Stall Kant at t "O Stcnoit 1. That it is hereby made the-doty of the Auditor or State, on application oi any person or association of persons wishing to or. tranTze under this act. to cause to be engraved and priu ted, in the best manner to guard against counterfeiting, such "quantity of circulating notes, in the similitude of bank notes, in blank, of th...

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. — 24 October 1861

TJZIII 2.1 ill xi UXTA3 f-,- l- A ,-,- j,. 3t- -J..: .W .fia': f. fi a r: mS tsar- .aiiA iw .W "!.. j '..'.) - ..." :.i.-.;j- . , u . jawaawBaw.jBBwaBwaBwawaBfcL mil i tc vfiouo vL-IJl' wJt 8tL. MILLER, EDITOR AND NJBLI8IER. VOLUME V.--NUMBER 16. j tkt f nttq. VIVE LA FBASCE! A tattaiat Mted at tin Dinner to H. L H.," tli Prises Vapolaw. t the Imn Besse, XMtB,.Bqtmb 15, 1W1. ' i BY OLIVKK WENDELL HOLMES. Taw Uad of susbine ud of song! Bar bum year hearts diriaa; T ber tbe buoaet'i vows belong. Whose btaaati bar poind iU wise: Oat trait y (Hani, oat tree ally, Throagh ratiad ckuge ud chaara; Bo, EH yoar flashing goblets high I gire job Viva la Fuxcb! Above oar hosts In triple fcids Tha aalf-uma colon epread, Whera Valor's falthfal arm opholdt Tba List, tba white, the rad; Allka eaeh nation's t littering ere it Ballacu tba morning's f luce Twin eagles, soaring Eait ud Watt; Oaee mora, then, VlTE la Fsuao! Sister is trial ! who shall count Thy generous friendship's claim. Whose blood r...

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 October 1861

' 4i0ei' &ijc Kansas Cljief. SOI.. KILLER, ..... EDITOR. WHITE CLOUD, KAISA8: TUrstiy, : : Octeter 24, 1811. Unin Ticket. For Attorney General To Fill Vacancy, SAMUEL A. STINSON. For Treaiurer of SUte To Till Vacancy, H. B. DUTTON. For DUtrict Attorney J. F. BABBITT. For Stat Senator To Fill Vaaancy, X. K. STODT. For Representative!, SOL. MILLER, EDWARD RU68ELL. JOSEPH PENNY, FRANKLIN GBUBE. For County Commissions:, E. McCLELLAND 1st DUtrict ; DAVID LEE 2d District ; ABRAHAM BENNETT 3d District. For Sheriff, WILLIAM D. BEELER. For Probate Jadge To Fill Vaeaney, JAMES B: MAYNARD. For County Clerk, E. J. JENKINS. For Register of Deeds, BENJAMIN HARDING. For County Treasurer, EDWARD S. DAVIS. For County Assessor, W. H. HANSON. For County Surreyor, HENRY WILSON. For Coroner, D. B. JONES. The Banking Law. The Elwood Free Press is out against the Banking Law, and urges upon the neonla to vote it down. As this is a subject of some considerable importance, ono would naturally snppose th...

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 October 1861

Stymgamsjigs. OT The Philadelphia Press says: The Her . pert Ferry army, under Gen. N. P. Banks, which will probably be the first to reeelre the blow of the rebels. la in solendid order. Banks is a model chief, takes care of himself, his staff, and his command, and knows the country aroand him as the seaman knows the sea. ET Cis't be Beat. A drummer in the Fifth Ohio Regiment has a dram which was carried by his father in the Mexican war, and by his grandfather in the Rerolationary campaign. The only objection we hare to such a dram is, that it wonld not be easy to beat Vanity Fair. D" Among the candidates named for Vice President of. the bogus Confederacy, arc .John C. Breckinridge, of Kentucky; John Bell, of Tennessee; Claiborne F. Jackson, ex-Governor of Missouri; and Messrs. Rives, Preston and Mason, of Virginia. ET Nathaniel McLean, eldest son of the late Judge McLean, of the Supreme Court, is rais ing a regiment in Ohio for Gen. Fremont's ar my. The field officers are among the...

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 October 1861

" "Sns-" notice r To tke Electors of the State of Kansas t It becomes my duty to lay before the voter of this State the following "Bill on Banking," for their approval or rejection, at the general Election in November, 18GI, as according to the Constitution of Kansas, "Article XIII, Section 8," No Banking Law shall be in force until the same shall have been submitted to a vote of the lectors of the State, at soiee general Election, and approved by a majority of all the votes cast I turn election. J. W. ROBINSON, Secretary of State. AN ACT, To authorize the Busmen of Bankinc. Be it enocttd by the Legislature of the State ej sxantas: StcnoN 1. That it is hereby made the duty f the Auditor of State, on application of any person or association of persona wishing to or iranizc nnder this act. to cause to be engraved and printed, in the best manner to guard against counterfeiting, such quantity of circulating boUs, in the similitude of bank notes, in blank, of the different denominations ...

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