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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 18 May 1865

'(VrC-'SU WEST'S IMYED PIP. A3STI.FBEE2raG, DOTTBIE-ACTIKG, " FOECING AND UFTIHG. (friHESE pomps bare now been in general X use a number of years, and give better satisfaction than anj other, and are recom mended as by Capt. Erri cson, and other eminent Engineers. W can refer to thousands using them, and guarantee that all will recommend them. They are more simple in construction, -and work easier, and cost less than all others. "Our readers will find the double-acting in proved Pump of J. D. West Si Co., one of the best in the market. It Is very simple, works to a charm, so that any child may use it; throws a steady, continuous stream, and does not freeze in the coldest exposures, and is unusually cheap. We say this knowingly, and give the testimony of our own accord, without the knowledge or request of the proprietors." N. Y. Etc Pott, July 1st, 16C3. This maj certify that I hare been using, at wiy manufactory, for the last four years. "Wcst'sjmproved Pumps." I now hare ia wse thr...

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. — 25 May 1865

v..-:' '.!- H..S' fof. m ft m b's . -a fT it! r r ggg . -'-u , .. r ------ ... .. . '" ' mf" m II T . - 'f. - . I I '..., -- i -.' j; -j - - i - . rTi m ' M w - .. . - '- - . 1 SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER..! 6-1 . .f. 1. J yytSi' -it Hi - "J id i-b .1 i-rj THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. i TERMS $2.88 PER ANNUM, I ADTANCE. VOLUME VIIIr-NUMEER. 47, J .1 n i Mti ) Dtfrjj, A DIBGE. i Lower the itarr fl, A mi J t lortrei'ii people', lament itlon Fcf tir.ibi tnnoreJ rnlerof tfat nilion; Lower tLe itarrj (U-! UttLaratteIli t toIl'J cjowjj ted moornfuKin pffrtplIir'l' 1 7 Letilien makrboowD th sorrow of Unpeople; ' lettlie'reatLclULeloir!! Uwrr the -tirTj flaj, AJ let t)ia tolemn, torroiag anthem, pealing, foenJ from the carrtn clwir to fretted ceiling; Lower the starry fla-! It the grrat belli be tolIM, JUI let the meornfbl orui matte, relit ot Tn vilh the bell in ererj ateefile tollioj; Lt llie great bell be tolIM! Itwer ike itarrj flag! Tbe natron bonored cbiefin deaib 11 sleepin....

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. — 25 May 1865

- 'f --:s,'- X. Sljrficmsas" l)ief." SOL. MILLER, - - m EDITOR. WHITS CLOUD, KAH8AB: Thnrslay, : : : : : May 25, 1865, The Convict Ship. The vessel beer- ing JefT. Davis & Co., arrived in Harap ton Roads, where sho lay at anchor for several days. The prisoners on board were: Jeff, and family, Vico TresWent Stephens, Clement. 0. Clay and wife, Gen. Wheeler and Staff, and others. Stephens voluntarily surrendered himself, at his home, near Atlanta. He is in'fee ble health. Clay was in Georgia, and cent a note to Gen. Wilson, Eaying that he had learned a reward was offered for his arrest, for complicity in the. plot to murder-President Lincoln; that-he was conscious of his innocence, and wonTd not, by attempting to escape, seem to be fleeing) from the consequences of a crime of which he conld prove himself innocent; that ho knew he wonld have a fair trial, and therefore proposed to surrender him self to Wilson, as soon as he conld reach Macon, which he did. Wheeler and Staff hare be...

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. — 25 May 1865

-. v r ... w ' annKKna aw - t innsiutt -T D?!0S tT. Cukr. ArlstceS irOUi- U"V- . uo"-. ,...! IB "f.- At.r 3d. state that the i. uBiri l151 J 1 T.L.ilnn'l o3 ,.".. f the surrender 01 " - S1 ijaet.il.. Gen. Hardee re '10 fr.n Sherman Tery affably. After "insrole list bad been mu . .v.cutl pru,r , ,. filntJnB' order: i"' - "; " - sued the following order fB-J rTPBB Anur of the las Gf?. In terminAlngonr official re- CompadM- , . . Ton ,0 0brve Ntl0? , the terms of pacification ngrefd fiS harge the obligations of good cai ' .Sa cittane at yonr homes, a. jl P n nreformed yonr datiea of thor W?Z .hi field. By sneb oCg von will seenre the comfort of tf3,t: '-.:.. .nd famines tindrcd. and restore a ' . " ' ... ., rnnntrv. Yon will re- nmij -"--.,,-,, trnq' ..nlO ofonrreT i i,.? xtr. .-o admiration courage and yonr homes with the ' I. irnn bv the I '' , I shall always remember with JT .t., lnval support and generous con- ?;; roo have given me. I now part Sjonwith deep regret, and bid yon Lrel...

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. — 25 May 1865

'-i&g'- VJr fVU - MflpjT 'r --rn Ci ff'' "TrVKTWW. AKr 5$" kr F ." r va ffKMnfl ANn-rBEEZIHBrDOUBLE-ACTIHg, rFOSGING AUDHFIUfG. f fJfifrESSspumps "have now been id general -L use a number of years, and give beitcr satisfacjjhtfjthangajrotber, and are recom mended as. irw irAl ' - i,K n3EQ33 IBESTI , ' BrCaptf Errieson, and other eminent Engineer. We can refer to thousands -using them, and guarantee that all will recommend tbem. -They are more, simple -in construction, and work: easier, and cost less than all 'others. tU -J . T J. i "OnFr-a3ers will find the double acting im proved Pump OfJ.'D. "West & Co., one of the bist in the market. It is very simple, works to A charm, so that any child may use it; throws Unsteady, continuous stream, and does not freeze in the coldest exposures, and is unusually cheap. "We say this knowingly; and give the testimony of our .own accord, 'without- the knowlcdce or request of the proprietors." JV. ,F:t. Pott," July 1st, "1863. This may certi...

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. — 1 June 1865

"Tt -fS- toaS5&" r -.J, - - -w - ulp '.y.jsiKjrf.BjgrgMc "iu "!jh.t Twtaej-.r wl'L.JJMgKapscaLaaf-yT .vjrr"' VI' si . l svi!ifr U-.a'v6. . c,rrt -,',:',..-..., 'e,,, . -" ,j m -i . - r . irip - .j.j p. ,j . , ., , ' ?. &l fill fn,tt Ft 1 ai.!'ii(7ri -.- . i . torn l.Z M ! . ti.i l is; Ex'.t V 61 H 'a r t gOL. MIEB, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER.'). j ... 7 i , i .J THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. TERMS $2.09 PER 1SMJM, 19 ADTASCE.. F t VOLUME VIII, NUMBER-T48i J -.... .-.Vji-i U 'VwffliP&ctOlTOrSASr'raDRSDAY, JUNE 1, 1865, WHOLE NUMBER, 412. 15.' :42-4i . - I . M "" m - -. . . 1 II &' --' - - - . - .-.. TT. ' '. J 1 fcfi '--' 1 1 1 1 1 II M 1 1 11 I LtI 1 1 7f - l? 1 1 I E I ke fwlri!. AVEHOED. it "OErtrari c. rtii." j dcti I'rjml nJ ! Um.; . A,j ,! ip .trow', fill in lh one i. w.Ijb.d, B tk. Lord', ows Hind in th. olher laid. It lb. Prth-i. ot t onr Stnul jite. Att ti o( rB oU m"'' w,nin J,,,,' SnA heU-ito worn with n old mn' inn. yftti tb. Wflit .on inl. in ln rowJipp.d Wei...

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. — 1 June 1865

ir-'-'Ar.,-- . ",. "-' -. K - N ''V , -- C- - : " rtil i? . "Slje Ktiu0d? Ctjicf. SOI.. MILLER, - EDITOR WHITE CLOTD, KAKSA8S Thursday, : : : : : Jae 1, 1S6& Amnojly Proclamation. President Johnston has issued his am nesty proclamation, pardoning rebels, and restoring them to. citizenship. He makes some fonrtsen or fifteen classes of exceptions, which rnb prominent rebels hard, and will exclude many thonsands. Among the rights restored to rebels, the right to hold slaves and to recover cer tairi property confiscated, is excluded. Among-those for whom there is no for giveness, are members cf the rebel Gov ernment -and Congress; all, army officers above the rank of Colonel ; all rebel em bassadors and agents to foreign countries; all persons who' resigasd their seats in the United States Congress,-to aid the rebellion, or in obedience to rebel com mands ; b11 officers of the Dnited States -Army,- who resigned their commissions to join the rebel army, or to avoid fight ing against ...

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. — 1 June 1865

VsS' ""v-.' ss ' . .. . -T. t'- ' e 4 rai m ..T.TtiA rnrreSDOu- rSA'ork paper m the South. Vitta hypocris. cowardice, and, hWg1ns t Sfh thefaiinre of the Con iBgre, i Copperheads at the North ffipon with loathing and con rt'fThis sentiment is general among ,eap if and conotantly referred to. ' S; sncceedcd in making the TW Z L that the North would not u8eS 1, n thy m prorflaverj Demo 'IhlSgue ith the South.- lie may Jet, if allowed, erect K PP, to Davis and his conspirators D0D? doubtfol whether they -would "!,-!,flSjyCoppUead8 to the potter s- tatd"r, 2; while Mchusett8 iU. nd o-day. tbr(jogh TcampfwiS.no guard within these rebe mP j:c(nrhPd and do- rigltyBH es. be dangeron8i to l,ej for Joy representative of "LtSjraitorypar?yattheNorth lu v, his oresence known, no n rtdly hra;5ht 3,t0. l'ranny' SStaS constitunons. i coidiTr's wife residing in Macon ritv. Illinois, a few days since receiv Srom ber husband in the army a pack- f 8500 and upon returning home the same night, a man with...

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. — 1 June 1865

f'iktf" i-f ? E&SV uTmrm WESTS IMPH POMP. AliTS-FBEEZIHG, DOUBLE-ACTING, i- - - FOECIHG AND LIFTIHG. --v, ifT1HE3E.rpnmps have now been In general J- use a number of years, and give better satisfaction than any other, and arerecjm- mended 'as - iPU t DBE2ST! r . i by Capt. Erriceon, and other eminent Engineers. ( We:.can refer to thousauds using them, and guarantee that all will recommend them. They are more simple in construction, and ,-work-casier, and cost less'lhan all ethers. -.' ' t fJOar readers will find the double-acting in proved Pumpof J.,D. West k Co., one of the best in the market. It is very simple, works to T a charm, so that any child may use it; throws -a. steady, continuous stream, and does not u freeze in the coldest exposures, and is unusually xheap. Wc say this knowingly, and j;ive the testimony of our own accord, without the knowledge or request of the proprietors." . N. Y. ,re. Pott, July 1st, 16C3. ', This may certify that I hare been wing, at i my manufa...

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. — 8 June 1865

88F, A-fc;g3frX?-ty' -trtry.r W-vrJ r .-"t L4 m mm 3B.fl,J jOL. JIItLEB, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER,,! THE CONSTITUTION AND' THE UNION. f TERMS $2.00 PER ANMJiM, Iff AWAKCE. 3 ,- VOLUME VIII. NUMBER 49, WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 181' WHOLE NUMBER, 413, - 7i -5&-VSp?-4"i - JaiMiHMiMWii1 M-agEgiHlWiLl35B3CiHtt! ,y.JtJWaiai3rjiRa,gfriiaagMCg,.Ba Cri: -JTS 3WWSOTSS-l.MjJl"TW wraTJWWWT- WB)i3P'- wit - - -; -. u w.u.. ". . -. - -. " - - - - - -t- . - .ifc. eae r1. . . . ""' -p, .vXl,;:..1 , .., ,, , "; . .:i:... - - . ... 11 , ,i ,.,,,s . , ' i,jg ; ' - 77." .-j, ' -:'' ,- i . ' .: r - . ' -. - v --' ;u ., i- i? II mf-M tjfritt jfltlrg. OUE BOTS ABE COMDIO HOME, Tntak God. the say d"rie! The eloeds ire harrying past; Thsak God, the day i" nearinj! The dawj if coming fist. Ad wfcen f lad herald voieti S bill Mil peiee b" cn, Ttis thought thill most rejoice ns, "Ocr hoyt an comic; home!" goon shall tl voice oftinjinj nrown wir'i tremendoot din; Soon thill the joy belli' rinjiaj;,...

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 June 1865

V -J. w&K'lii ?T.rf v" "ksvo ever been able to reach. With aor- fo I bave nearly doubled this amount, have found small com to give but a slightly different result from large, as the latter must hare more room, and of coarse there will be fewer stalks to an equal area. "P. says there- are about 120.000 grains of the Bent corn to the nshel. That-would-be 8 grains to the foot in drill three feet apart, Tor one acre. Northern corn, being considerably smaller, would give about 14 grains to the foot if one bushel sown. Two and a half to 3 bush els per aere would therefore be the full amount for a crop with 40 stalks to. the foot, or very nearly this amount." This may be a very successful way of growing the crop, but we thinkrif the ground is well prepared it would be better to drill the seed one foot apart about the 1st of July, and not give the land any after cultivation. We recommend ma nuring the land early in the spring, and plowing it three or four times before- the time arrives ...

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 June 1865

Mk w3j3EJg!&l s-5.'.ft c -?.:? . &." l"-jr-jS' '----5 XL.l w:t, 1 Tha Chicago Journ.lnake8 -tftafi pSS- that the authorise, t ?SeJtPStates shall at once da .t the Confederate uniform be r ,h the earb of all convicts sen-lfthe-8t.tePenitentarie8 for or ul ima and that the nniform worn JSerat'e officers be tbat for crimi WSK Rd0' accordingto degree I?. . cnMbroator murderer should Suentenant General in crime; arson, hif flen- pickpockets, thieves, con ;?'i, mS.' might Brigadier-, etc. thTrAin was tho. greatest of JL so should the insignia in which ? 2U arrayed themselves be used in SSfcnAer by hich to designate .. .neatest criminals. lWJ-i :, ; .lreadv a crime to appear . ..r.V. nniform. As a matter of nomr. therefore, as it cannot be worn, Mt have it turned over to the differ t States, to be used as above indicated? raVbo seconds the propesition? A Octbage. On Sunday last, Col. Mlt.dier,ofthe6.hU S. Volunteers, Jmsnding dress parade at the Fort, -Ami the colored troops, who w...

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 June 1865

rv""' , , rar-' ISP ! mrmmm. rd2fTI-t'EfiEZraGI)'0irBEE-ACTINa, IWtiLCllS' G-AUTft IIFTISG. milESE mimns hare now been in general A. use a number of years, and give better fati'fartion than any other, and are recom mended as it by Capt. Errieson, and other eminent Engineers. ive can refer' to thousands using them, and guarantee that all will recommend them. They are more simple in construction, and. work easier, and cost less than all other. "Oar readers will find the double-acting im proved Pump of J. D. "West & Co., one of the . beat in the market. Tt is very simple, works to a charm, so that any child may use it; throws a steady, continuous stream, and docs not e freeze in the coldest exposures, and is unusually cheap. H e say this knowingly, and Rive the testimony of our own accord, without the knowledro or request of the proprietors." X. Y. Etc. Pott, July 1st, 1863. This may certify that I have been nsing, at my r mans factory, for the last four years "West's Improved Pump...

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 June 1865

'-Vw."'i .- '. ,-.., fc- 5- ;hi(J3J f.s;j)3 $$$ z - tr'i 'Js. - - - .la.ijfiK Miixt "i 5T..; : : , ; : nfejuff te."s. T ? ial I itn riM- 11-.." tj - .f-r.- .. - --. - wv --. -. - . . ... c . . . i ,.i. ' - -..if- , , - ,. n . .- - lM ..CSSIBa i sBMassSaSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSsl1 .y "' ' f-,-. " ,r,v. i-i .. . -- .aaiaesjjwr' -a -. ..' ,;. - -,r,-. ,, ;. . . - - - - . - - -"- .f(i;'!'l' '. ' - CMCTOW9WiL , . - ,. ftekv-' !j4sW- m" ' 'w m' !J .akaf' -Zt ' f3sSSSSSSI'SnSSsVHPOT'-'Si 5(3StV,'- 1'j" a SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. ) VOLUME VIII. HDMBEB 50, Frovi Laxion Pmxek.' ABEAHAM LIKCOLK. foully Assassinated, April 14, 1865. flij wrcsti on mnnJerfcl Lincoln, kitr r. 't', n"''" lell WOBt I". " trail for tb !f-comiilcfl llritijh.nttr, j Hit Ifojl-'i ortbtmllin' limb, til furrowed face; Hi'i p"U foirlf J titidi, hii onketcpt, btlitlin; hair; Bii 'trb nncoctii, tii. bearing ill at tan; Eulick of all we priia a. debonair; Ofpoinr or fill to sbine, of art to pleue. In, bo!f smart pen backe...

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 June 1865

2J frXr Stye Kansas jxef. SOI MtttEB, ----- EDITOR. WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS: Thirsday, : : : : : Jaie 15, 165. y. .., ,..-, -r "Civil Law," AaAnr. The last Troy Beporter contains a commnniction over colamn in length, "signed ""Jitizen," taking issue witB us on onr article rela tive to Civil Law. "Citizsn" is simply a lawyer, and of-course is in favor of set tling everything with the aid of lawyers. Criminal, practice peys-belter than any other kind, and the County hears tbe( ex penses "of "trying criminals," so that the pay is big and sure. But "we, being no lawyer, desired, to see that- dona which would best protect the community: We understand the. primary. object of law to be the protection of the people fa their lives and'prop'erty ; and if civil law fail ed to secure that protection, we wanted to see some other kind tried. We have made no charges against our Sheriff, ex-Sheriff, or County Attorney wa bslieve that they have all done their duty, to the best of their power. But civil ...

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 June 1865

, -,: m R JlWKKS JOT.; DATli tr SxEPnEss.- - iM ttmnnast. &? Al ed between Jeff. Davis and 3S,t. Alexander H. Ste- So IflMt ..M... .. w A eenUeman who was on board Ee boat which boro .the two rebel fc,B.e. trilton Head had an opportam- &"'. v.. t.rt illnstratsd. This '(r.nSwho is an officer recently on I8" fieorei. informs ns iuai ui-randStephens-werainthe Joon hile on board the boat. 7 intercourse with each other f , ind it was also stated had not ' each other after having been W together. It is also stated that Cated little Georgian protested S .gainst being placed in com- "Sin the cb tra5tor' who., hlSeeT rtfT Lnise mncb more heartily than he '1W,huS. Trulr. the rebel Gov- , Ji "a honsa divided against fcelf" . Vatu Played Oot. Daring the t . Jits of blockade rnnnimj the port & was flonrishing. Everybody rich or fast becoming so, at lesft m ' Jinnee A correspondent of the New r,i Herald writes: '-Everybody who W . "1 ' ;. iM.inir the Island. The ?'JT. fires awv a full...

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 June 1865

gi 804a- w m -Vlt? Jf- T( T-??- -fit ""' fc ""v - 5 Vr ANTI-FBEEZISG, DOITBL&ACTIHGr FOSCHIG A3J4 LIFTIHff. , THESE pumps have noir been in general esc a number- of years, and give better satisfaction than any other, and are recom mended as , !EH "BTEH&ZH by Capt. Erricson, and other eminent Engineers. We can refer to thousands using them, and guarantee that all Trill recommend them. They are more simple in construction, and wort easier, ana cost less tnaa an otners. -"Our readers will find the double-acting Im proved Pump of J. D. West It Co., one of the best in the market. It is very simple, works to a charm, so that any child may use it; throws a steady, continuous stream, and does not freeze in the coldest exposures, and is unusually cheap. "We eay this knowingly, and gire the testimony of our owu accord, without the knowledge or request of the proprietors." JM. X. CCC. foil, July ist, lew. "This may certify that I have been using, at my manuuetory, for tho last four yea...

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 June 1865

V -.- zs&4$&i -r-?---i:M i i-Si- -"" - mi KS Wl gOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER, J VOLUME VIII.--NUMBER 5M 15 MEMOEIAM. ' jj,,,'! i tardea of pief oa,th breetee orSprbj,. iaJ t wtj ofrtjret from the bird on ill rsiaj; Trt'i a pall on the sontbina anil orer the flowers, itl s ibidow offriTM on tbtse spirits ofonn ; foti3f kib J0" ont rreal tonight of our ftj, 0, vioia trifltMi we -titd as lb Var-dooii rolled by; g,trsn$tiVaatl steadr ud clear were iu beaut, Tui lit j ft!I like t riiiou ofpeece on onr dreaeu. A suit that we knew had been tree to oor weal, ijlilaaJ that war tteadilj goiding the whtel; time nr laraiihe d bjr faliebood or wronj, nil bit d''t in oor btartt like a lonl-ltirrinj long; As! tin ror' oW l""1 En0 ' '" ol tie trot band lies nerreless aad cold on bit brtait; titibt lime aod tbe memory tiut nerer will die, Ect -row brijliier aod dearer ai ages jo bjr. Vet the tear of a nation fall over lbe,dead, S,d tttn ai a nation before nerer abed; FKOMcbrriilied one ...

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 June 1865

?fcaii'iT! JK5vo -'-ir.-5L-.. n. V- --'N--' - ' iVjlMl' :t?$TW-y, ?VtrV S3- '" rfc -i-'r ?:" .- -- it; Stye HatwcGIjuf. SOL. MILLER, - - - - - EDITOR. WHITE CLOUD, KAS8A8: Tkirsday, t i : : : Jue 22, 185. Storm amL Flood.- We arc sore we neversaw sncb a Tain as visited this section, on Friday and Saturday. The'wind blew a perfect gale from the south, all day Friday, ontil about four' o'clock in the afternoon, when a beavy rain set in. From tbat time, thewater came down literally in a stream, with scarcely a minute's inter mitsionj rintil about sunset on Saturday, accompanied by continuous Ibonder and lightnipg, but very little wind.1 -Itnis computed, by those who had the best means .of judging, that fully two feet of ram fell, on a level, from Friday to Sat urday.' evening. The damage by. water throughout the country is considerable. Many of the farmers had their corn washed out by the water sweeping through the furrows; and wherever there was a gully, tle water rushed, do wa in suc...

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 June 1865

r J v-f? V J." t -F4- 0 --. r-M nraw v . ' - JACOB WELXEL, (Successor to diaries Josepli,) HAS REMOVED HIS STOCK TO biggs' Store-Eoom, One Door Below Bailey & e&. WHERE MAY BE FOUND A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF DRY 800M QftMBMtt READY MADE CLOTHING, Hats, Boots and Shoes, Hosiery, " HAEDWAEE, CTJTLEBY, NATX8, Splendid Jewelry? Notions, nATVlNhil FRUITS, . , , AND A "GENERAL VARIETY OP CHOICE GOODS, ALL OF -WHICH WILL BE SOLD AT -HE VERY LOWEST PRICES. ICE CREAM WILL BE KEPT TWO EVENINGS IN EACH WEEK. TCte Cloud, June 1, 1665. ' JACOB WEIXEL. Z)t Kansas l)ief. g0I MILLER, Editor and Publisher. Termfl: To Dollaxs a Yeah, ii Aova.nce. Pay Mnt should be made strictly in advance; oth-rv.--e.ilie rate of $3 per year will be charged, ,t the discretion or the publisher. KEGCLAX ADVrRTlSIIO. 1 year. 1 Sjoire, - - 2 Squires, -35Oirc?, -i4 Column, -.Column, -l'Culumn. - - $10.00 15.00 20.00 35 00 50.00 90.00 fir any other length of time, in accordance tithe above rates, which apply only to rc...

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