The Lane Family – 1857

WHITE CLOUD.  Three of the Indiana Lanes are now prominent men in different parts of the Union, and occupy different positions before the people. Henry S. Lane is the leader of the Republican part in Indiana, working might and main against the admission of any more...

Droves Coming To Kansas

The Cry is Still “They Come.” Emigrants come rolling in upon us at a rapid rate. Droves are going to Kansas. Mr. C. N. Pratt, the gentlemanly agent of the Pacific Railroad, which runs in connection with the Louis, Alton and Chicago Railroad, informs us that one party...

Small Pox Among Indians – 1857

Small-Pox Among the Kickapoos and Pottawatomies in Kansas. The Indian Bureau at Washington, on Tuesday morning, received advices of July 30, from the Superintendent of Indian Affairs at St. Louis. A letter from the Indian agent at St. Joseph, Missouri, dated July 25,...

Sale of Delaware Lands – 1857

Sale of Delaware Lands. The sale of the Delaware lands in Kansas, has been concluded. It produced $587,000, and on the 18th inst., Mr. Woodson, Receiver of public moneys, deposited in the sub-treasury at St. Louis, $450,000—the remainder of the payments have been made...