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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 8 December 1864

.rU3 -m -t 3 t-iloqKT. . C SOL. MILLEB, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. J , THE CONStiTOTiON AND THE UNION. TfOty -rt r. i TERMS $200 PER AWHVH, If ADfAICI. j-sia VOLUME VIII. NUMBER. &3;... f tWP.TE CLQUD, lATSSASlTflDRSDAJ, DECEMBER 8, 1864. WHOLE NDMBER, 387; oj BE?1- ",. --'.'- sifT -' . ' .--. .' -.-'i io "Hr . '-' - .-f-:.i -.- .It- :.-'' ". ,.-, ''-TT7 -"- - -" ' j- 4.4 no ,j. n iraflik.. - , i, - -' fw - -' - J-l- '"" T ? 'r--.' - VSn3C . "" JEm ll- II II ll II 1 -,-- ilK- 11" I Il l0t fflfteg. IHJ BUB-SPAXOLED BAHHZ. SoTcmter 9tS, 1884. IT ItM MIX rtocrex. rwB":,0!'a,"lt?," . " ,. k..mbf tlir.f. 4 W w .tch foH, L, .'..tp wk. h nK4 iniBoniiitj'i ! tr, ktiiu. p1'3 tiem u" b" wko ht" di,d r,riiU!(. tit'. h t",d"1 b,,d, Itl ktrt! fr Hi,h" B,M' ,b V "P' iiliwaii tlJ tkni tl th tlj. IrlrM !!"! of Frtiom th ub tnd U lUtM! Tiwrk iiinwt br tk kn " r,btl".'U Cliji tttk. Bulbed emtd bj Ui bren, lTk uttil WmW'P tl Sosthtrn tut; ft jMiit j b'tr lli tifcnt tnt frowi, llBomitJ. tt nlil!niIk tri...

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. — 8 December 1864

i,e lacwa Cl)tef. !,. KILLER, ... - - EDITOR. WHITS OLOUD. KAH8AS: Tkriay, : : Deecarier 8, 184. Sbimcav akd Taoiut. Most ofonr rsports from Sherman, are through rebel newspapers, which are fall of him. Ac cording to their stories, hi army is being whipped every day. Wheeler is said to hare badly whipped a superior fores un der Kilpatrick; and sevsral times a day, jut for pastime, bodies of 1500 rebels go out and thrash detacbaesti of 5,000 Federals. Sherman's army, they repre sent, is being destroyed he is afraid to go forwarwd,and oannot go back. After all this, one of their peptrs accidentally lets ont the troth, that Sherman is leisurely moving toward the eas-ooast, without tnrning to the right or left, eridently aiming for Brunswick or Savannah; aid they think a battle will ba fonght north or north-west of Savannah. Thomas and Hood are still facing each other. Hood.is fortifying within half a mils of onr lines, and Thomas is throw ing shells at him, asmach as to say, "Stop thst...

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. — 8 December 1864

teed to P'sar. ......!on. Confed S'" rrthe inducement InJfU- ! :rnrred by be campaign, n"Cinr to BfflJom la the eggr tmg bnrthen on the ..as ft ....,.: :.,i cottif, to igFeKt, Zmj burthen on the &?", M.ior-General Cottif, to state. whose J.'Jrttien and well-directed ei vj4 -"?. hef Mppl!el energy in ritkout McC "" -1 L. "Tm efforts wildneeeasar. hart been i fall mea- . r trinmphint success, the G of wr t"""? ,. . Mt it lenersl . item of -.flint """ "" .fuel and uSi"'" j :. :. . than probable - .? na as Oenel Gorernment will reimburse t . . .1.. ., nrener of the militia. si,B:.r" W""" , nRiTZLER. Maior-General K. S. .M. .t.Moto,A.A.G. nor. 17- Iw. js m Kansas tyitl t- MttLEB, Editor and Publisher. . . V.. in inriNPC. P.T- Tf amS made strictly in advance; oth- rintretionofthepobliiher. A.dvertllnari XISCL1I iDTriTHINO. Tk-7nf mtD, "" 1 year. $10.00 15.00 20.00 35.00 50 00 90.00 I Situs, j Squires. 3 Sqcares, 1 Column, 1(UU1U J IIUU- T777. mW lenctb of time, in accordance r the abo...

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. — 8 December 1864

"l ARE YOU IN AGOiW? AWELIrSPBINaOFHOPE FOR "ALL, ffflPrM rmr &tFWTm'r J I s& 4iwufiL?i92i&EsSpf&l . v CAW BE "FOUND II Holloways Pills. - Be efood Cheer I " Tk SUUng'saaT be fared X "" BY THE "BSE OF "r " Holloway's" Ointment. " The history of thee great Remedies it the most wonderful medical revelation that the world has erer known. It e.tablishes the all Important fact that wKura, and in what rra shak internal disease exists, the disin fecting, searching and healing properties of the Pills are fully equal to its subjection and cure, and that, with the Ointment, they are The Great Ambassadors of Health to all Mankind. 4. This Is not a history written by one man, or Tsn-dcrired from the experiences of one na tion. It consists of a compilation of testimo nials from the sick of every country an unim peachable record, the like of which has neTcr been adduced in favor of any discovery or in vention since time began. These Mighty Healers, World Known and World Tried, are...

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. — 15 December 1864

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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. — 15 December 1864

T l,e Ecmsa t)uf. I.. MILLER, EDITOR. WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS: Thirst?. : : DeecBber 15, 1864. Tfce Armies. . Wo still hear from Sherman only throogh rebel sources. They have still been whipping him, every day. To bo- Here these." tbey have killed, wounded or captured abont 200.000 ont of his ar ctit of 75.000 men. Some of his officers havefreely conversed with" rebels, and confessed that they were disgusted with the expedition and tbe war; that the army waalibont ont of ammunition and spirits, end had no' desire to fight. The army was divided, a portion being either side of ttrOgechso River, and the rebels had repulsed an attempt to cross and. unite. Yet, after. all this bombast, the rebel pa pexs publish excititing despatches, saying that Sherman's army had approached to within five miles of Savannah, and was in' lino of battle, confronted by a Oonfsd erate'force. We have no donbt that ore this Sherman Is in Savannah, and that the Confederate force consists of women. children and old ...

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. — 15 December 1864

fiAGoyfil -J 'vQStWm OF HOPE FOR ALL, CAN BE FOUND IX HoIIoways Pills, faoiCheerI Tho -inking .T ,B be Saved! BY THE USE OF 'Holloway Ointment, -ri, rreat Remedies is the L'trfil oedical relation that tbe fiUiCr known. It establishes the all "' n-tfccttbat wHtarvxi. and in wiiat- .:..m,l disease exiiti, the ditiu- flr lurching and healing properties of the . ' r-iu Mnal to its subjection and eure, Vjilit, with the Ointment, they are ft. Great Ambassadors of Health to all ManKina. HI, li tot a history written by one man. or . r,m tli? emerieaces of one na- !"0 It consists or a compilation of testimo li from the sick of every country-an unim iible record, the I.ke of which has never j.dteedinfiTorofany discovery or in :tioneincetim began. HeseMigWy Healers, World Known and World Tried, arc a Uoon to tne mck. Tke ct of a sterling medicinal to meet the EiBd necnit:es of the Eufftriiig portion of jjaultT. td one entirely free from mineral udotttr dtlttsnous ptrtic es, was severely re tt....

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. — 15 December 1864

0yOtJWAGOnV 1, CAN BE FOUND IN Holloway's Pills, r flood Cheer! Th Sinking Jr ,cf be Saved! BY THE USE OF 'Holloways Ointment, ni Mitorr of theit great Rened.es is the . ,tfol medical relation that the hu cm known. It establishes the all- ,rtrut fact that whexevei. and in wiiat- l,B1ri internal disease exists, the disin Ltr searching and healing properties of the vt fall equal to iu subjection and ure, ,.v.t with the Ointment, thoy are He Great Ambassadors of Health to all ManKind. TVi !i cot a history written by one man, or , -..I f.m ili cmerieaces of one na- iTijaenic-i""" r- It consists of a compilation of teslimo li from the sick of every country an nnira hsble record, the like of which has never rtdlacedinfaTorofany discovery or in teaCon since tims began. Itee Mighty Healers, World Known and World Tried, arc a Boon to the Sick. Tie wantof a sterling medicinal to meet the niidneceitiesof the suffering portion of laauity, and one entirely free from mineral udolisrdeltterious pu...

Publication Title: White Cloud Kansas Chief
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 15 December 1864

:JLl. Strayed. FROM tit subscriber, in White Cloud.about tbe'first of Mjveaiber, a dark red Steer, oae year old last Spring, with the brush or the tail torn ofl No ether marks. Any person knowing of such an auimal, will confer a favor upon the subscriber, bT leaving word in White ciond. Morris fraley. December 8,1604. Sheriff" Hale State'of Kansas, In tlie District Court, Doniphan Count. ) Second Judicial District. William Ilatton ) . ts. V Order of Sale. Reuben George. ) "DY.virtueofan order of Bale, issued out of XJ the District court or tne becona juuiciai District, sittinir in and for Doniphan County, .Kansas, for the trial of causes arising under the lawa of eaid State, dated November autn, A. D18G4.' wherein 'William Hatton is plain tiff, and -Reuben Georjre is defendant, I will. on thy 12th day of January, A. D. ie65, be tween the hours of nine o'clock A. M. and four o'clock P.'M. of said day, at the Court House door, in the city of Troy, County of Doniphan, and State of Kans...

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. — 22 December 1864

' rai-j -. - -, ...tjr? ny -c"- -- - yr"T"rr"" " -'Jj-n-T- . .: --"J3V i- -?rv w wuaaatosnv. - aoepz-.a -P1;- n." ' ?; -,; ij'T v.. I 1 IflttSIS IIJI JIJIkJi "SOL'. MILLER EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. TERMS )2.6ft PER ARNUH, 19 ADTAICI. : VOLUME , VIII.-NUMBER 25. j WHITE CLOUD KANSAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1864. WHOLE NUMBER, 389. oii ice INrg w IES LXSSOX 07 THE HOUX. IT IIITIU IFUeCE JUJTO. Strong ia faith forth future, Drawing oor hope froae tbe pait; Sllnfol! Handing to but!, Howercr may blow the bltil: ' Onward elill pressing, andaantcd, -, fncy Jsf-i Let tbe roe be strong ai be ma; tli ,i 'Tho'agb the sky be dark as midnight, .g . Bememeenngtbe dawn of daj. ?' Strong in the eiose of freedom, ' r - j Bald far ike sake of right Watch fn I aad read alwai, Alert b da and night: With a eword for the foe of freedom, ' From wbaterer tide be comoj '' The lame for the open focman, Aai the tralteroei friend at home. - Strong with the arm oplifiaJ, k And nerved...

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 December 1864

Nxv t)e Kansas Ctjuf. tOIi. .H-LL2S, EDITOR. WHITS CLOUD. KANSAS: Thursday, : : December 22, 1864. The JJews. The p86t has been a glorious week. On Friday, Gen. Thomas attacked Hood, in front of Nashville, and achieved a glo rious triumph. This he followed np, on the succeeding days, driving him each day, and at lost accounts was far soith of FraoklinT Hood's army i3 about used DD.TTceir-wpunded fill all the houses along the line of retreat. Our forces have captured 9,008 prisoners, 3,000 of them being; wonnded. There are four Major- Generals in the lot, and any amount of Brigadiers and officers of lower grade. Out of 65 gnns which Hood had, Thomas has captured 60. Hood's army is retreat ing in the utmost confusion, and is almost rained. The Federal loss is about 3,000. Tha .rebels acknowledge a lots of 5,000 At the battle of Franklin, which makes (heir loss, in this adventure, over 17,000. Forrest attacked Rousseau, at Murfrees boro', daring the battle between the ar mies, of Thoma...

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 December 1864

c i-:f.,,1(,n!oonn , clergy- t t ret"" over nis aoor, it! of Heven a second time. JoTcTnngro soldier ep- "!;. Georgia. d compelled his S w the 5tl8 of P'o Sn of tnt death. .-..TbTPrto acknowledge, that killed, and pronounces that cam M men d'nringhis late campaign Missouri. fodi-rtroj called "Navada . . Qtata 111 TCoW Spanish nomenclatnre. that ", -(Vine "snowy." from the word '.fSmesinomtaeCa,- t2i.n Ungoage. Qe Kansas l)Uf. .. miTTeR, Editor and Publisher. srwrms , n0LLA YriR, w Aovancx. Pay- T". m hi. made strict! in advance; oth- te rat. ofS per year will be charged. discretion of rtepublUher. sigclar anTKii-. 1 Square, - " 2 Squares - 3 Squires, -l' Column, - Colnmn, -i Column. - -vZn, other length of time, in accordance ,i e aboM rates, which apply only to reg-tUrid'trtijin?. 1'iLil and transient advertisements, $1 r,- the first insertion, and 5U cenU 1 1 mo. 3 mo. G mo. 1 year. . 4200 $5.00 $7.00 $10.00 1 400 7.00 10.00 15 00 1 700 10 00 15 60 20.00 . I 10.00 15 00 2500 35 00...

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 December 1864

r --- Strayed.. ., . FROM tht subscriber, in White Cloud, about tbe first of November, aark red Steer, oae year old last Spring, with tbe brush of the tail torn off. No ether mark.. Anypereon knowing of inch an animal, wilt confer a favor upon the subscriber, bj leaving word in White Cloud. MORRIS FRALEY. December 8, 1664. HheriflTs Sale. State of Kansas, ? In tbe District Court, Doniphan County. S Second Judicial District. - William Hatton.) vs. Order of Sale. Reuben George. J BY Tirtueofanorderofsale, issued out of the.District Court of the Second Judicial District, sitting in and for Doniphan County, Kansas, for tbe trial of causes 'arising under Hit laws of said State, dated November 29th, A. D. 1864, wherein William Hatton is plain tiff, and Reuben George is defendant, I will, on the 12th day of January, A. D. 1865, be tween; the hours of nine o'clock -A. M. and four o'clock P. M: of said day, at the Court House door, in the city of Troy, County of Doniphan, and i State of Kans...

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 December 1864

- ;-fc r -i jy " ?- I0L. MILLER, EDIT0IL AKD PUBLISHER. "'THE CONSTITUTION ANDTfcE UbUOri' a-.t6- Jt T. .Kg I.rtw thjs , t -jl . TERMS $1.00 PER ANNUM, jy ADT1XCE. NUMBER 26,!; :.7 r'.'t trij a. TTTTrrTrc - ' v WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS:. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1864. WHOLE NUMBER, 390. A " 4 " ."t.,,.- fl(KraflLnvR5aflLaaaalisBtL- .11 - ' ' . T TfATTtufw irm v iUifuci viui to flffr. MUITEBED OUT, T IIT. HI. I. KIIUI. let is lie down, ( hatbera, ' " '" of "" c,n0"'t0" ,res - o. in lit WnpU. r". wUw.I By TW nrf cf" e'"1"1. ,Ed wbM ' "'I ht" ' IitjUJerjif''7elu,rP,I,1,er ; tt DC Hi dawn. Ok, it wiijthJ! n4ip"'-"' "' "" '""-" 7 - OtdB,'" on. ' "" ,0 Oli,iwiicnnil! Wnry nJ faint, ,, iha Mldier'f tnch, h, bow na 1 tut, ffiik Ail ilot-hirtil bt'i nl nbrt-piercad brtutt CjttTn,it roll-tin, when I abll ba loojht, , jjtfatjtttin I fU, and ftll wbria I fosilil, IVeaidad ad faiot. Ob, thai Uit cbargt! ltltlkrtef the ittti hell-fira of ihrapnal and aball, Tkmjk. witboat faStrint clear tliroa'h, with 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. — 29 December 1864

'Tsjr"- r-' && Slje-KcmBas dtyxef. SOL. MILiCR, EDITOR. WHITE CLOUD. KANSAS: Thursday, : : Deecmber 29, 1861. The Ziem, Savannah has gene np at last ! Presi dent Lincoln received en official despatch from Gen. Sherman, on Sunday evening, dated Savannah, 22d, presenting the city of Savannah to the President, as a Christ inas gift, and announcing that the city wag occupied by onr forces on the morn ing of the 2 lit. Sherman had almost sur rounded the place, and demanded the sur render of the city on the 20th, or it would be assaulted the next day. Hardee replied that be would defend the city to the last, as his men were in good condi tion, and well supplied with everything. But that night ho "leaked out," crossing the river into South Carolina, ,uith his main force, supposed to be about 15,000 strong, and all his light artillery. He blew np the iron-clads, and burned the Navy "Yard. Oa the morning of the 21st, Sherman entered the city, whichTwas sur rendered by a deputation of...

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 December 1864

1 .; V J v J"u Ji ' ' ' J 'V to .-.a,., --;t psr-s-s ' v vvsi-irfjwiy :t y" v ml i-- Tr-v "i- " .....'?;jliuui iMW.ll lUlg.'Wt'W.'.jUf rA, Boanr Biqht. At the Saunders Hones in this" city, ,ii aowr8topping n of the victims of tba Indian troubles on the' plains. The person is av boy of boot seventeen years of age, tba son of s frontiersman. Tba Indians sb'ot' 6Vfl arrows into his body, of which one struck one lobe of bis longs. He was tben scalped, and left for dead, bat was fonnd in time to bring bim back to life. Hig bead is entirely destitute of nature's cov ering, and is bare as a piece of, raw flesh. He lives by charity;, and a dime gives bim is certainly well deserved. 'No per son can see him without being moved. St. Joe Herald. Georee Peabodv. ihn T.nndnn Ameri can banker, has formally retired fron business lire. 'The business of the bouse will be conducted by the two remaining partners. i)c Hansas tftjicf; OL. MILLER, Editor and Publisher. Two Dollau a Yeab, ik Autascx. Pay i...

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 December 1864

rf" nr-u ,mTT"n K Effy Jf i.4 T7R0M th subscriber, in White Clondbont JuCthe first of November, a dark Ted Steer; onVyeir"oId last Spring, with'the brush of the tail torn off. No ether marksi Any person knowing of such an animal, will corifera favor upon the subscriber, by leading word in White Cloud. MORRIS FRALEY. December 8,1804. , t Sheriff" Sale. State of Kansas, ? In the District Court, Doniphan County, j Second Judicial District. William Hatton 1 vs. J- Order of Sale. ( Reuben George, ) T)Y virtue of an order of sale, issued out of XJ the District Court of the Second Judicial District, sitting in and for Doniphan County, Kansas, for the trial of causes arising under the laws of said State, dated November 29th, A. D. 1SG1, wherein "William Hatton is plain tlfl", and Reuben George is defendant, I will, on'the 12th day of January, A. D. 1665, bet-ween the hours of nine o'clock A. M. And four o-clock P. M. of said day, at the Court Hou3e floor, in the city of Troy, County of Doni...

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 January 1865

;- W : I ' - ; IJ IOL. JHLEER, EDITOR MD PUBLISHER.- VOLUME VHL--NUMBER '2frj I0ia 0ebj. 7 fBZS IHZ 3018 COMB-flOK. IT K1J0X JOnX 1. BAT. Thm'i lorwm ii com!nf , Wt win bJ ,''', "' ,,0T Of lili imiM k B'T. j,inJ)intiirlorTt When lit boji " tom. t iif wiB mm HnjMf r, tVhtn tkt boji com. homi; 7orlrtiiUbIitbir, VbiB th boyi corn horn. Witm "i ifetharti willprtil then tltir iron. ""J ' Ih'in, Aid pny Cod lo bl" thenij Vbc tbo bojl comt homr, Tl ihumi rinkt Ttill bo proadtst, Wliro tne bojs come home, JliJ ikfir chri willnojtbe lonitti, With lk bojl com home. Tki filltiV will be ihilttreH. Ail l!" l"tbt rm will be bettered) AnJ the bettle itiedirdi tittered, Xia tbe bojl come home. 7k, rWjeoeti oij be rnitj, Win the tefi font hame, Aiittar tnifonni Jnitj, jVlii ue bojl come Ik"0 Fi' i!t fan 'r the meet Ctka2J'rrTlcTc, heWwe end bearded feeef, TTenlite bojl come home. (lerltrf iltll o to meet them, lTeii the bojl come home, Titleii Uirm and to greet them, Tfbia the beji come home. AslL1'...

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 January 1865

Til- tf.- L Sl)c Kansas Chief. SOL. -HILLEIt, EDITOR. WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS: Thursday, : : i Jaaaary, 5, IS65. Rev. 0. B. Gardseb. -The belief is becoming settled, that Rev. Mr. Gard nerChaplin of the Kansas 13th, is kill ed. The party with which he was jour neying wero attacked by bushwhackero, nnd a number of them killed. Several who escaped, reported tbit tho bilanr,a were killed; bntof coarse, they could, not snow tins positively, lhe bodies of two" or three were found near ,ba place as were also some papers kown to have been Gardner's, having blood on them. nnu a ve resembling one which had been worn by bim, with a bullet .hole mrcngn tne oacK. jj0'. n0 traces of his body conld bo fonn, wbich led to the supposition that 'no had been takea pr;s. oner. Bat ,ae impression now is, that be has ben mnrdored. Chaplain Leard, of tha Kansas 14th, writes from Fert Smith', that snch is the general, be- lief there. This will (rive pain to the many friends of Mr. .Gardner, in this r part of 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. — 5 January 1865

rJ-FYPECTSD. The Mobile 'nSeoFth815th-of 'LelW of Prieetf rinjasion of -1SrSStSo.afoW4d the object of the Bi!!!,n Citr. Ab capital of the State, fSd.bPe proper Govern- 0,7 t Ait thrice-torn and bleeding 'IberfnltUnted. If a lodgment 8t,tLnrelr made on Mlsionr. river. " ?.tna- over that riv.r establehed -I'Sy maintained for thirty !r.!rtJeffsr8on Citj, we antici- ..$ t confidence that General P"W'm Sow than donble hie pre.ent 1 b ffcrnite from North Missouri, rfhKtpart of that Stale. ;Wa bid a private letter from General JL before he left for bw present cam- KLia "bich beexpresset theopimon V ? the present state of opinion acd faMuria Mionri not only justified, bot Sefei the occopation of the State an itirednly. "lie hoped for the ort Miifriax resnlf, if an adequate force ffllbi thrown into that State. Ttffl F'fe' of Connecticut, died last v ieai one hundred and three years. S lM8Mt fi8ht with 01d Mor,a,itJr on record. SIjc Kau0as (Hl)ief. I0t. MILLER, Editor and Publisher. gearmrez ...

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