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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 31 October 1861

Tt'.toiT avt'a'T rhnor"! r SOIi. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. K i TERMS $2.00 PER VWUM, 131 ADVAN e5grgffiTjJ:i;i " -rJ J. . "HHSlreHJfc, ' " .jnf ;-m. . .h-f -: ,.-. ;: ..son 'WLW' JtJUt I- .. . t - VOLUME V. NUMBER 17. j mt f nrfaj. 1Y0H Sing, bird, o gttm Misioori'i plain, Tfc titittl ni( or eorrow; Drop teen, Ob, cloods, in geadest rain Va from the winds eu borrow; Breathe oat, ye windi, jour softeit ligb, . ",'flfttp, Sowars, in oewy lpkndor, For him who knew well bow.to die. Bat never to lurrender. Uprose lerene tba August inn. Upon tbit day off lory; Upearlcd from musket and from gnu, The war-cloud gray and boary. It gathered like a faaeral pall, Mow broken and now blended, Where rang tbe bogle's angry call, Aad oak with rack contended. Four thousand men, ai brave and true Ai e'er went forth in daring, I'poa tbe foa that moraine threw Tbe strength of their despairing. The feared not death men bleu tbe field That patriot soldieri dio on Rur Fre...

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 October 1861

I St)e Kcmsoa SL)tL SOI.. MILLER, EDITOR. WHITS CLOUD, K ASS AS: Tkirsiay, : : Octeter SI, 181. dmion Ticket. For Attornej General To Fill Vacancy, SAMUEL A. STINSON. For Treasurer of SlateTo Fill Vacancy, II. R. DUTTON. For District Attorney, J. P. BABBITT. ForState Senator -To Fill Vacancy, X. K. STOUT. For Representatives, SOL. MILLER, - EDWARD RUSSELL. JOSEPH PENNY, FRANKLIN GRUBE. For County Commissioners, E. McCLELLAND 1st District ; DAVID LEE 2d District ; ABRAHAM BENNETf 3d District. For Sheriff.' WILLIAM D. BEELER. For Probate Judge To Fill Vacancy, 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 Surveyor, HENRY WILSON. For Coronor, D. B. JONES. ( Bolters. We learn that James Gal loway, of Wathena, has announced him self as an independent candidate for She riff, against Beeler; and that Leonard Smith, of Troy, has come ont for Recor der, again...

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 October 1861

NOW BEADI-THE J1RST VOLUME OF PUTNAM'S . 1ECOBD OF THE REBELLION. ADuaror Amiuii Evcrrs. With Iluw- ntATirc Docukcits aid Nauutitcs, Ko- .moss, IsciDtsTs, Porrar, Akecdotts, arc. In ttparate divisions. Edited by FRANK MOORE. Author of "Dairy of Aswrisan leTOltttfon." With an introdaetory View of the Groat Issues before the uonntry. And the causes of the Rebellion, BY EDWARD EVERETT Prepared (with additions) for this wort With a copious INDEX, etc., etc. A Colored MAP OF THE UNITED STATES AND POR TRAITS ON STEEL of ' Gen. Scott. Gen.Butler. Gen. Cameron. Gen. McClellan. Gen. Anderson."(Jen Lyon. Gen. Fremont. Gen. Dix. Uen. Sprague. President Lincoln and Jen". Davis. This volume if etmpltte in U$df, contaiumg about 800 closely-printed pages. Royal 9: Price in cloth, $3.75: sheep extra, $4.00; half antique, $5,00. It contains the only run., mmstul, and ar uitzx HISTORY of the Great-Straggle for Free oovernmenu With a complete and acurate copies of JiXl the Secession Ordinances (offici...

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 October 1861

ttfta "-, , r r$ J 3 v-3-'r" 6t--j"!fcTt. Jr-S. -rTCTMl3rVe?3pT-TlUE! U ? ' NOTICES T taa Elector of Ike State of KaaMaT It beoorara my doty to lay before the voters trfthla State the following "Bill on Banking," for their approval or rq'ectioo, at the genera! Election in Norember, 1861 , as according to the Constitution of Kansas, "Article XIII, Section 8," No Banking Law shall be in force until the suae ahall bare been tobmitted to a rote of the .lectori of the State, at to.so general.Election, and approred bj a majority of all the Totei cast attancb Station. J. W. ROBINSON, Secretary of State. ANjICT, Tfl attllinrt the HnaInMia of BanklnfiT. Be if onacted by the Ltgitlaturt of He Statt of .JUMl: 8acnoa 1. That it is hereby made the duty f the Auditor of State, on application of any parson or association of persona withing to or ganite under this act, to cause to be engraved and printed , in the beat manner to guard againit eounterfeiting, such quantity of circulating no to, in 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. — 7 November 1861

- --?j .;-- "- --- vJ- .:- '-'"'; .: ?,i .hBOE?iH uio-jI Jraiioqail hirozalK fflerffjijri" It'-. a") TJoH -.''' - k--:i-vm ::rll -..; . Jtn 'f-i-.O.fnTWJX... : !imi w -iniK Mint .stfnO J.i-jto'lno-jJl -jtVI uHtnl" ,f:i-jn"l ! ' .... ,. .. . , .. Jk , a t -?ri; a j,,7 ru,... rj - ,t .ri:Vl1 .: C'f. ;rrr 'r': il .ic rac-.. 'si -'f ' Jitrftll- afts. r- r f ' ' iv "i-H ne ",, ..! . . i - "ill"" Jww "i : "''' ;t,'' ':- ' "' ' "? J4'':'' '"- '- .; j "J ,-. , iKafiS-- "' '. .auntrv - - - - ;' T ' . ir--': - - , fr-ifi. .-acl -? .- .l -!. .l VJ -n:' :.., ,,... 1 -. . .'.'.J a " ' 1- "iff ' strA ij , ' " rli' c r-8jll.. MILLER, EDITOR AND PCBLISIER. . v bm OUB COUHTEY'S CALL. i BY)WILUAH.CULLBM BRYANT. Lj down U) ax, flinj by the padt; K Letre initi trKlc thetoiliDj plow; ' The riflo tod th faaoatt blai ' -Tor trrai likt yoonirer-fiUtriw; And let tW bend that pi; Um ptn, ' Quit the li'jht task, tad learn to wield ( Tat bonemin'i crooked btand, and rein The charter on the battle-field. Onreoa...

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 November 1861

N"Xr "I knew you had it," said Herrmann. "The pack is deficient without it. Please to pnt it back." The deuce and general serenity being paradoxically restored at the. same time, Herrmann takes the pack into his own bands. No one who has never seen it," he remarks, auietlv. "would imagine the multiplying power of a single pack of cards, laae mis, lor instance. vi somebody release feel in all my pockets. and look up my sleevesT l may conceal s magazine of packs about my person, yon know." - His request is complied with. Noth ing is found. He now takes the pack like an accordeon opens it to the dis tance of three feet the cards' seem float ing in the air between his hands. Ho hnts the back asrain. once 'more opens it. and nowthe cards drop on every side of ' him in heaps. Kings by the score,; aces by the dozen it rains cards. Thd by Etaaders rake them together, and every man is set np for life in the euchre. busi ness, with at least two four-hand decks. But Herrmann is an Indian River...

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 November 1861

'- 3r '? n - -i ," .- T-.-T- r M-- - V.- 4 Highly Intereiting from th Gulf. Reliable Accoants of the Fights at Suta Bota Island and the Missisiippi Passes The Rebel Victories bo Victories at all NEwYowt.Oct.24 The steamer McClellan arrived from'the Southwest Pass 14th, Tort Pickens 15th, Tor tugss 16, and Key West 19th. On the morning of the 9th, shoot half past three o'clock 'the enemy attacked Col. Wilson's position in force. Company E, Third Infantry, Captain Hiidt; and twenty-seven men of Company A, First Artille ry, Lieutenant Taylor eighty-fire men in; all under Major Vogdes, met the enemy some distance shore Camp Brown. , Major Vogdes was taken prisoner immediate ly. Capt. Hiidt, taking command, engaged The enemy. Our loss was four killed, twenty-one wound- Zed and eight prisoners. The enemy's loss was much larger, eleren of their men were found in ' one heap. Major Arnold arrired after daylght to the as sistance of Capt. Hiidt. The command pro- f-ceeded to a point where 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. — 7 November 1861

5VlN-'rt' t m iftai !'3 STOVES! MORRIS & CHENEY ARE on band, as usual, with a Urge and 'complete assortment of all sizes and pat terns of ek, Parler, sad. Heating Stores, comprisine the latest and most improved styles; together with TIN, COPPER, AND SHEET-MOX WARE, in any quantity to suit the market all of which will be sold "dirt cheap," for the CASH! We have also on hand BAR IRON AND STEEL, of various kinds, to suit the trade. And last, toxragb not least, we will keep a complete as sortment of MOLINE PLOWS, which, for good qualities are unsurpassed by any other in use. White Cloud, April 5, 1860-ly. DR. M'LANE'S CELEBRATED LIVER PILLS, fob m ecu or Hepatitis or Liver Complaint, DYSPEPSIA AND SICK HEADACHE. 1800. I860. B1MVIB1L & ST. JOSEPH R. R. SPRING ARRANGEMENTS. trains EAST. Passenger Express Leaves St. Joseph G A. M. Stock Train " 4 P. M. Freight " A.M. TRAMS WEST. Passenger Express arrives atSt. Joe. 9:30 P. M. Emigrant Tiain " " 8:30 A.M. Freight " " " 3:30 P.M. Fre...

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 November 1861

-. t,T rf 'f r iJS r ?, ' - .... -rt.--.TT.,.-.-., ,- ...,., .; T" !!"',1t!.;l;C.J ;. ',,'-- -"" t "- i ', "w !:.- ri--- ." -" " -3.- :- f:. .-h -v--, -'- " ' - x.pw'r :- " !!- " .- 8L. MILLER, EDITOR 11?D FUBLISRER. V ' VOLUME T.-tNUMBER- 19.) ,lJl0tce THE AUTUM5 OF 1861. ' , 0JBX 1. ,W. BARKER.. NeTer wore the sklei of Aitopa Jfiochmelholy'Hibt; t Trt over ffcld snd woIxod, ' ' KeVr op4a Ui Sommr toting Lived ihera taeh a weir? gloom; N' so ud (he Tading flevent hVer to dark their dreary tomb, ( la the boera of joetb and childhood, Well I loved the waning year; Lored the meadow and the wHJwpod, Ioved the 'leaflets pale aad sere. - e How ray heart, with deep devotion. Loved the gentle Aotmnneret; How it stirred with wsrm emotion, 'Mid the red and goldea leaves. 4 Though the frost-wind, fierce aad entiling, Swept acron the verdant mead, Every fragrant blossom killing. Giving beauty little heed; - Tbongh the brooklet, sad and sollen, Mormnred through the sombre vale. In its touching ...

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 November 1861

-9 -CJ .wV - -v wV& i ?TC' $tje ttanaas (Etjief. I.. MILLER, - - - - - EDITOR. Wlltl CLOUD, KANSAS: Tkinia : : Neyember 14, 1811. Battlc or 8t. Stbphes-. One day last week, a company of Missouri Home Guards, commanded by n perwn bearing tbe euphonious title of Captain Stick, bearing that a band of Jaybawkors, nn der command of tba notorious Cleveland, were at 8t Stephen, Nebraska, determin ed ,U give tbem n "twist." Arriving opposite the town, some twenty of the men crossed over, tbe balance remaining in Missouri. Bat no Jayhawkers could be found in town, and the Captain deter tninedWo make a abort scout into tbe country. Upon making a sudden torn around a bluff, "they found themselves within thirty yards of about a dozen Jay hawkers. The latter have declared that they will never fire upon Union troops, and we believe they have thus far kept their word. They therefore turned and put spurs to their horses, when the troops cent a volley after them from their Minie muskets, touchin...

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 November 1861

THANKSGIYINC PBOCtAJTTIOW.i Festive dayi ia all time put "" beenthe afal aiptesnlon of nations touched with'grat itadeiOT benefits received, while days of public fawaag aviated the deep sorrow and aanili mtionwhleh sometimes comes to a peopletbrougo njlwlifwfSJrnrnl andreadediUs.:.- --3 r Jv7ar.wJthliieroel,relenUemblight,Uabroa taoarcottatry; In Ha ajasp, fortunes, prospects ndvIhopei am rained. Oor bravest and -test "younr men 'throuebout the land have offered Batelres for defence against the rashing tld ol rebellion. Tbey suffer noonday and iatdnlgtf marches, bearing heroically the discomforts- ad peril of the soldier's life fa camp asd the battle's Cere encounter.- Ai a coonferv, weiaotanorer the time which have fallen up on W and pray that' this .terrible inflictloa-may result in oemation's purification and redemption. In accordance o-with, tfie proclamation of the President we have had our day ofpu0,,'c "' rowT" Yet while the nation mourn , the dwell ers in Kansas ahonld not -...

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 November 1861

:'-? Jr "fW rii. ;-S1 MORRIS &. CHENEY XUvn hand, as U8ul,ritlt aXf and .sXcompIeirassortaient of all sizes and pat terns of C0J5 rrtr,' at Heatiig, St-res tnrpVisingthe latest and most Improved styles together with TIN, COPPEB, AND SDEET-WON WAKE, In eWmianfltYto suit the market all of which will be Bold dirt cheap," for tlie CASH: We hare also on hand BAR IRON AND STEEL, of vario'ua kinds, to suit the trade. And last, bough not least, we will keep a complete as torment of -MOLINR PLOWS, which; for good qualities, are unsurpassed by anr other in use. White Cloud, April 5. 1860-1 y. 1880. A5NIB1L & ST. JOSErH R. & SPRING ARRANGEMENTS. TRAINS BAST. Vimenner Exorees Leaves St. Joseph 6 A.M. Stock Train ' 4 P. M. Freiaht " A.M. v txiiks west. Paseenrcr Express arrives at SU Joe. 9:30P.M. Emigrant Tiain " " BOTA.M. Freight. " " " 3:30 P.M. HrVM,t Trim has Pas3sen!er Car attached. Close connections made by each Train with Miasiaaippi boats and all Eastern Railroads. Tickets s...

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 November 1861

.2grjgjfH)0nff!3 .coiJnfcci5 a'r.ccasl JoO -iTflTad n?aiH vsH 3inoKoas9TO IU 2HT 20:SI isWSK 0H1TI0SS tots' . o7--.Ti--t" IJT Iii4I .?3ii3r snuusilf 3f:S Sill iasolni ;.. i'sufi-iora rJi d 'Kim erfl ni 3ic1 imOOUSlnjii SjozmmCT 'noiJUaollLnnKiooT tu -litiVl 000,ct bnnoS n-hliM! adT f'niiuUiitsii' . J,b .-.'ft. -. -Jt3 V. aoiwo-'s ii i9$ bw) ro'RitL.tO ,tnir.Tr,.l .ei alio ,?s" . , Jen i U; Jl .t.k- r i-"Sfu.ja J -T :.. iuiiu'jii9u i7di 3ji Ulclle'n .J3m-j-n: . TI-I,.i(r'.' L.tJib. hmT mU x .t! tew t.9df-'l,3e qf fcr; 3 ,r. oti-3 -! tT . .ISKI T.MT lil WOt 1 wlaT.ti-!ijl-lu. JtA ,'. pA, jisO , :?-.- tcD srUjT'i 1!VU ":.. -. &i:kj90'J cic: SK -- -aid- ;-.-.'i.r.- ; stiH 1 L.u, ;-.! e i tf.--tct ftci'nr" u j: ! ii ii.A7ii't.-i.rft- ' srHnpnjHL," "- ii.ioiMSf .stpj.i' - jo' .--- -:-. cr'fr -"- -Jr. ----- 7fc.t:: a r . mis . -- -'- "'-! "-SIWHWp' j! -- .:... . 8' - ---- --4HBaiflHiaaMaA .L.i: . T ..HI Il-f ..,-.? a LvIi.H .......,T .. ..IUIHJ4 ..... .JMiUtl .uua n -,- fjacFilliSSftrX...

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 November 1861

?J.T-Tk ti-v "" fit l)c Kansas cStytef. I.. MILLEK, ..... EDITOR. WHITI CLOUD, lAM AS: . Thirt4y, : : If water 21, IM1. Ml. Smth. of the llliao'w 16th, in xxmmand at St. Joseph, is aboat as poor stick of Umber at, can be foaad ia the are. If ha remains there aatil tbe fiat cf January next, be will bare utterly ruin d tbe Union canso in North-West Mia soari. Tbe complaint against biai ia aniverssl. Under his rale, to be a traitor, ie to be ia safety; to be loyal, is to be in danger. Tbe ltby..stiuking jail at St. Joseph u roattantly filled witb Union men, who bate been pat there beeaaae tbej- were distaetefal to traitors ! Wo be to tbe nan who k accused of interfer ing with a traitor or his property 1 he is thrown into the hog-pen psed as a jail. and even threatened to be shot! Bat if n. traitor is brought there, charged witb robbing or mnrdering a white man, the worst punishment inBicted upon him is swearing bin and letting htaa go ! Very f re neatly be ia not even sworn, aad those ...

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 November 1861

j- --u -.-, s ff TBBortAMt 8 seech hr a Vetera P Washisqtok, Nov. IS. . JbnCbcbriB'edeHTerdii adJrenito day to his regiment in the presence of Secretary- Uameroa and otncr aisuogwien ed persons. ,,. .. .. . .fr r'Tbe most important point Tn his rga meat wu relative, to the , treatment of alavea daring the'pretent congest. .-, He aaid we need to nse every Biens.iB onr"rjower to anbdne the rebellion. We hoald take their cotton and sell or bare it aa waa bast, confiscate their property, and when necessarr take their live; .tad as their slaves are used as an etomeattejf strength against as, we snonia not aest tate to take them if necessary, aadtp place arms is tbeir.baads that thejwiight assist ta establishing tbe righu of co tnon hnmanity. This sentiment was r ceived with nnbonnded entbnsium. ' db. s'um'i vsanroat ALTOUfS RESORTED TOXtaaS BVERT $ gOTflrREMEDY?rAIL8i l 8 i NsTc,SejisaWiaH is f W u ! 9. ' m cfiif, tbW years !,' was rouhled.with worms aake.six monti.'4 I rd-trie4 "several...

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 November 1861

'i- - - "" til STQVISt MORRIS & CHENEY ARE on band', m usual, with a large and complete assortment or aU sizes and pat terns of - i C.k, Farler, aid leail-ft- Sieves, comprising thelatest and moatimproved etyles: together witn UN. COPPEB, AND SHEKT-IUON WAttE, i .. .. tn nit the market all of which will be sold " dirt cheap," for the CAS II ! We hare also on hand BR IROX AIfT STEEL, various kinds, to suit the trade. And last, tnottrit not least, we will keep a complete as sortment of ' mai.imt?. PLOWS, -Inch, for rood aualitics. are unsurpassed by anv other in use. White Cloud, April 5. 1860-1 y. 1860. I SCO. HAM1BAL b 8T. JOSEPH R. R. SPUING ARRANGEMENTS. TEAMS EAST. Passenger Express Leaves St. Joseph Stock Train Freight " . teams west. 6 A. 4 P. A. M M M. Paseenger.ExpressarriTeaatSt.Joe. 9:30 P.M. EmlBrintTWn , " " Freight " 3.-M- Freight Train has Passsenger Cat attached. Close connections made by each Train with Mississippi boats and all Eastern Railroads. Tickets sold to ...

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. — 28 November 1861

i-T--.i.tv, stes 1- y' ' ' ' "r - Mi $Ymii!ifirA& f-cai iesZT, aotz HJSli!CO ,u .sassou .noriuM -(KaaaiK .JOB - iiatll laiuaxA B'aietJt plC -sou: J sAT io& i '- -.Jdp-SWIBQO - 'whn lW -t- -. X. ,0 J - aw!': :'- i S it . "j "3 i. E. 3 '1SemcKBtBls3S .'i lujyrflsll f.o OTiJsaito'J taIoflT 1 M.bKrrtfc. tWS'iVV r ? c-t . n-f Sf ; J 33 i 1551'i 'j fjlJ'l'iltx !8t t5booO n-iS SSKTOT Oilj J?3' -3 i-- - .3 w - - iS 03 'vBsmkaomBoBsmamK' tee n rs ;i : rrr a r si'SaomeomBmeomeomeaaomeVe W. . " a - $L if,. . i unSmMEv )WJIM11MTI Will - -- f . ---'-- - J jj i'J AITHZIM Veres. fl jbVW BomBomBomYtsBBmaomereBr f'a'i . .a..?f .tr rA . mm jamaBhw .. m. ames Sl. 4Ly -H;' tn-f'. ,A HI t 4UU ttM .& H ' Hi ' m .fm i3 : lucnvl s W llZmekdema.CmeV'' WVeV. ICJBFBHHKOtTCstOL v? ,- x m .-' ( M iW -"StBHkK-""01 tI w'? bu -." tr.x- ra c Sr' W TWiV1 ' H , k. .. . K. - - - ta " s -.r sr 3'. ' Rftl.1. HIT,ER. EDITOR AND FSBLISIEIviy ws-r. Jiz 1.3-- f -.".wf - . .' -r - . nri " . T , fit f7 eat nii p L...

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. — 28 November 1861

pgf-- --gs-i---' u 'r; ' w--- - 'ffiJT'jj-. V xfdiMft)itf; I.. MlTXERt - - - - - EDITOR. WHITX CLOUD, X A3T8 A8: Tkirtiay, : : IforeMter 28, 1841 TO TAX PAYERS. We have a luge1 amount of Donipbanand Brown County Wammli; which mWXIfgem fat the entrentaarfcet price. enonaWHo( Taxes to pay In the; above. Counties, will care mosey by using the Warrants. . tT- - ;! -. - Tn& Troaoleaja MiaaovHr From present prospects. Northern Mis eosxi,wjllkgain experience secession troa Weathis Wjicer: ' ThrepojalX F saonti and the 'withdrawal of (be army frosB'SontbernJbebnri, (especially the latUrj);werelvwy'linfortnBte Sens.- Xs , won as the army commenced its retro grade movement, Iriceagain tdrnsd his fscsnorthwarii, .a'ridj the Union' citizens are 'flying before him." arsaw-hasbeen burned, Lexington. is again n - danger, .and,Pice.'with:a;iarge army, is aaid to c'be near the Kansas border, threatening to devastate onr State, and nb'adeqqate force tooppoe;bim. Gen. Stoin Ji 'reported j to be OB...

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. — 28 November 1861

S3KS.renmewt S Slavrerys- ! i J'A " T -WiiHt5aT05.' Nov. 14. . Col. Jobn Cochrane' speech to liu "trMPV & JBIave;qnratTji'ratcU much attention here. He took strong .nroaad-for tiff overthrow BegWSfcve- tj. ottduVeontinentrto prerenfiitqre dCU!o1Sl3n.ihe.interesM)f SUvarrnd. .jujm absolute military necessity, the iTproeaVtffie. -The' fact that Secretary "Oaaaefoa'was present, and after listening W the'apeech distinctly declared tag p prevalof it, ia very -significant."? The .policy respecting-the institution orBTsve ' .!n tWfionth. It will not set the array J"t thi Work of catchinff runaway. 'slaves; andiffilavery stands in the wayof JTmon it will-ba crushed put. ,40 oirat qrua, the whole question will be decided by the . military necessities of the hour. This ie John Hnchrane'a doctrine.- and tbaf-of tome of the more prominent Democrats Jn the volunteer army. . s t. KohtNak" Wakreksbcro, Mo. Gen. Hohteb'b Bodt Gcabd Gjuk a Usiox Victobt. Major,Hough, of Gen. Han-" -ter's staff, ...

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. — 28 November 1861

-,Jit -T.'-"- - " ----,vysiv-eva .-- ?55K ,,--f Wk CHENEY A -BE on .Kind, aa usual, witli a large ana A ebmlet'asortment or all sire and pat tarns of 'Wit fiStfi mj"w 8eTes "ompriflnff the" latest and moit improved s tyTes; together with ';TLi,'C0PPERVA.1DSHEBMU0S WARE, In any quantity to sutt the market all of which will be fold "dirt cheap," for the CA8H!, We hare also on hand BAR IRON AND STEEL, if various kinds, to suit the trade. And last, toough not least, we will keep a complete as sortment of . MOLINE PLOWS, " which, for good qoallties, are nnsorpaased by any other in use. White Cloud, April 5, 1859-1 y. 'i860 tMO. IfflUBAL & ST. JOSEFI R. R. SPRING ARRANGEMENTS. n'iiji hit. T aseengcr Express Leaves St. Joseph Block Train Freight " " tsaixs wsst. flA.M. 4 P.M. A.M. -Passenger Express arriTes atSt. Joe. 9:30 P. M. EnrfcfantTiaia " " 8:30 A.M. Freight- " " " 3:3UrVM. ' irmiirlit Tnln hu Passsenrer Car attached. ' Close connections made by each Triln with Mississippi boats...

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