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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 22 June 1865

V - x - .v -i t S5- -- s '?" 7 " 'y tT t r t-t a it i I-A WEsrriMPRsnED pomp. AUTI-EEEEZING, DOUBLE-ACTIHG, vF02&VG AHD ITPTIEG. p ' TTIIIESE pumps hare now been in general X use a number of jean, and gire better satisfaction than an other, and are recom mended as P3E3C23 byCapLiErricson, and other eminent Engineers. We can, refer to tbonsaads using them, and guarantee that all will recommend them. They are more simple in' construction, and work easier, and cost leas than all others. "Our readers will find the 'double-acting im proved Pomp of J. D. West & Co., one of the best in' the market. It is very simple, works to a charm, so that any child may cse it; throws a steady; continuous stream, and does not freeze in the coldest exposures, and is unusually cheap. "We gay this knowingly, and gire the testimony of oar own accord, without the knowledge or request of the proprietors." iV. Y. Eve. Pott, July 1st, 1863. This may certify that I hare been using, at my manufactory, for...

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 June 1865

Nv . . M - sjit tflSt "I ""; 1 felf """ t ii.i1 i" ''" '':' -"- ' -Jw. : t. :2Aeir2 .auoio-arniw I "-lift - -- - ' -. .. SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND FUBLISIER. VOLUME VIIL KDMBBB1 m (8rfce.:;pdrjJ IHE NATIOH'S OEPHAH. v i-rcr LAICOK. -, Toor little fid! " Ii (lilt WMts 0ome chamber, , Veselaie end ltd, Where lis osed to climber To bis father's tide. When a lall ofleiiore Ctie him Itare to bide For moment'i plenim. Jurt the other sj, D;liU, cheeril Ulknj Do lad man so ;aj Hand in hand itere wilkinx Throofii lb Bichmoul street, - Cleared or rank secession Xow, Uioee silent feel! Jiomt. that sjovr jiroeession! Dear Mile TaJ' XJa oot stop hit weepin;! H hati sire .lie luJI U lh that head lie sleepin; U itdom's gentleness. Upri;Et traUi, auf aindncss That coold nerer ocss Trsatons rnaddeoed blindness. . Child so sore bereft, &ee, an orphaned nation Atjonrside is left Shares jnsr desolation. Roirad that faneral paH, Moornin millions bending 'Tnjonrjnef, that all Lof a! souls is sendin;. F...

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 June 1865

fcri.-- - FiSFrrst pf - t 'Ki. "- :? - --.W -Jfc3 .V Fit lis i i l)rli'att0oiSf-t)itf: SOL. MILLER, - - EDITOR. WHITE CLOUD, KAH8AS: Tfaarstay, : : : : : Jne Jf, 1865 Mail Matters. Sidney Clarke bos written a sharp letter to. Postmaster Gen eral Dennieon, regarding mail matters in Kansas. It is high time some one were taking action in .the premises. There - . must be gross mismanagement some: where. The Leavenworth Dailies usual ly reach ns in'seven days after publics tion." Five" days is theft quickesT time. Atchison Dailies generally come in;fiye days; in rare instances, in three days. Bat it is only on alternate days that we receive Tany Kansas mail: matter below St. Joseph. Now, if there is a daily mail between'' Leavenwortb,Atchl8'on and St. Joseph,-1 as we suppose there is there is no good.reaspn wby'tbe-'aame mail sbonld not" bring ns Leavenworth and Atchison Dailies of the same date ; and theyj should always reach ns the day following their publication, and sbonld come every...

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 June 1865

"-i-i - - V t? -ss. Sa"iHf"i ."" . i w & F-if m n r--WfcrJWBt'wfcr," ' "J'POJ'Wggf-rZ ' ', r A f'" J'- x-r .IQKgljYlN A '"WEEIcSramtfFHOE o ; F OR AKETC re JACQB WEEXEL, a ':.il -' sV (Successor to Charles Josepli,) HAS REMOVED "HIS" STOCK1!" ' 7 Briegs1 StoflKRoom, OnfeiDoor MoCMey t&NdyedJ) WHERE MAY.BE FOUNDj A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF dm mmrmmmmm READY MADE CLOTHING, Hats, Boots and SIioesj. Hosiery, - QUEB2VST-AJEtE, GLASSWARE HABtyWABE, CITTLEEY, ifMES, - Splendid Jewelry, Notions, r-jAJOTSnEZD IT ACr; AND A -GENERAL YARIETF-OF CHOICE-GOODS, - - ALLDF WHICH TVILL BE SOLD AT 1HE VERY LOWEST PRICES." ICE CREAM WILL BE KEPT TWO EVENINGS IN EACH WEEK. ;., Cloud. Jane 1. 1865. ' ' JACOB WEIXEL. jljc Kansas l)tcf. SOU MILLER, Editor and Publisher. Terms: T,o Dollars a Year, in Aovancx. Pay--t Aoold be made strictly in advance; oth- tl.e rate of tf per year will be charged, fcie ii-eretion or the publisher. SECULAR ADVERTISING. iSjwre, - iijairea, -3SureJ, -i, Column, ijColans, 1 ...

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 June 1865

; -' -? PTrfi 4- . 5""" " i ,f4 i", - yJ5.--V5C 1 ASTEFiBEznro, rouME-Acrnrg, y roEcraaAHiiirraio -- THESE ptimpi have -bow been In general .- use5 soniber or jean, and give, better satisfaction than an otberj and are reeom xneodexLas . jiJH M 6ESTJ byjCsBBrricson, and other eminent Engineer!. WefcaB" refer te thousands using them, and guarantee that all will 'recommend them. Theyare more simple in construction, and work easier, and costless than all others.: "Oar readers will find the double-acting im proved Pomp of J. D. West & 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 cot freeze in the coldest exposures, and is unusually cheap. We say this knowingly, and pre the testimony .ofour own accord, without the knowledge or.request.of the proprietors." N. t.Evi. Post, July 1st, 1863. . tt This may certify that I hare been using, at my manufactory, for the last four years, "West'...

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. — 6 July 1865

-r. agirfJ'TlffPPMflBfrMihaMa0ifc ,"-anaaaaaaaaaeaaaaeM . ZBB& ....:,', -tm-r "r- TJ.i .. enaeaaaaaeaeeaaaeeei i eaeaaeaaeaeaeaaneeaeaaeaaanaaaeaaaaaBaee ' 't-ti ' """ i ' i"in - v. '- ' . , r . . -s ' ' ":' 'rt. ,.-, I-ssij,. l . c ,ff" ' i s '''i '" . it . 2B5rVa&X?24ygBgHKj!Seeak s. ' :;,! i; m ir! ,;- SSsnaKvlWwaaBnaPSiiSi' r A ti ftf JaW Li lEilE eaWaV llkitf? 'AlMit-'SI ! - 1 tv I' HlMWim IMi'M MlUfrl 'i Vt. toMini .wM?s3a-;w.f t .:-i-.iS w ci ux , -,,n. jwflaXarf . - J -. lk.l -. -. V " "'"-" -..iMWIF - t .jfOT :. l - - - ::M.1UT -.On Kansas . i . AT "- vr fT "" ti , MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. J. SOL VOLUME IX.--NUMBER 1. (tyitt f ftttq. DISABLED. ,TnfoIl);tpt,'e",, ,,ia '"' '9 ' flli i,rtei ctrnpiofihe Armyortht Potomac; Wbrn 'T' tot lbin ,''"" P'"' . JUctx" mt hre lh tl'Mow Skiai oVr ik Ullowr S"i ;Vbr ibt mIii "?' ' Tl "lop rihe iprdio( liill. Awl oli r l.i.Wen loleti In ictntrJ in diilill. Eiit, with J"' compowr, Ixaa j our cool chtrk 'tin it ray hair; JIj losl...

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. — 6 July 1865

l)e Kansas t&tjuf. SOL. MILLER, - - - - - EDITOR. WHITE CLOUD, KAKSAS: Thursday, : : :': : Jily 6, 1865. Tolauae IX. The present issue commences Volume Nine of the Chief. This, for Kansas, is an unusually long life for a newspaper. Look over the list of Kansas papers, and how many will 70a find that have reach- el their ninth year 7 Not over two, at mostbeside the Obief. We have seen dosens.and scores of papers start up all aroa'nd usj flourish for a brief season, and then go down. A number of these were started for the avowed purpose of running the Chief but ; yet they have gone to" the shades,,and-of some of them we have even forgotten; the names. Oar paper has passed through some terribly discourag ing times, enough to dishearten almost any one ; bat we have kept it going., and now find it established on a firm basis thanks to the friends who have stood by us through all those long, dark years. Since the first of December, 1859, the paper has not missed a single regular issue...

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. — 6 July 1865

It? 8 M mi FH Ai W '& ' rI.n Ttlilcliel .. . . T,;0b American Dem .liioBostoB. publishes, com ' P.;n from an officer who sends his Seffor,9nd.bo1dshimseUS 1,0 ki! for his statements, m which fgJJ, the following charges against tStf t in Ireland or on ?". ml" bo once loved John , ,he IrUh patriol. with a purer &?' ban I I now loathe end de-Je-0,L?m for hiscow.rd.ee. It was my '?'", ,Z to be severely wounded in Btfr. during General Sherman's re C,r ''InS Fallinc into rebel hands, fntSyvendaysinahopitHlat Kite N"f'b 0,ina' when -1 wfs Cb;t Richmond. Beside me, in .he " -.V wa? M -pr Warren Adams. 1st l'P,i Carol na Artillery, who frequently ifm he manner of Capt. Mitch rtt and his dying words to his tU rSA- and if Adams be alive to-day. S bVwitnesRtonhafact o my SnR in the highest terms of old and lo'-n Mitcliel. fS''at Charlotte. Chester. Salis . Greensborongh. Danville or else Srt was I incited by man. woman or VI . rebel foldicr and citizen pitied J JU than glorified in my c...

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. — 6 July 1865

h JSP The War to Build u Stack. There is much more science involve! in building a stack of either hay, loose grain, or bundles, in a correct manner, than there is in erecting a pyramid that will stand th test of wasting and raging elements of time and changing weather. rThe main point is to build a stack so as to tern all tbe'rain off the stack, instead of turn-ing-.it towards the middle of the stack, where it Would produce more or less damage. Beginners will almost always commence at the circumference or outside of the stack, in stead of commencing in the middle. Whether a stack is to be made of bundles or of- loose materials, it should alwajs be commenced in the middle. And the middlo should always be kept fullest from one to two feet higher than the outside, and well pressed down. The middle should alwajs be trod down more close It than the outside, so that when, the stack comes to settle, the outside will settle more than the middle, and thus tend to give a good inclination to t...

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. — 13 July 1865

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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. — 13 July 1865

rN VI - (&t)e Kansas &l)uf. SOL. MILLER, EDITOR. WHITE CLOUD, KAHSAS: Tktrsday, : : : : : Jily 13, I85. 4s Melahcholy OgcoBBENCE. Ad affair took place in town, on Friday last, in which a man lost his lifa through a spe cies of foolishness and carelessness that is far too common. Jacob Winget en tered Pierce's paint-shop, where be met J. A. Pickett ; and being in a froli&ome mood, endeavored to seize Pickett's cane. Being' foiled in this, be next grabbed .at Pickett's revolver, and was abont draw ing it from its scabbard, when Pickett seized bold of it to prevent him. In the contest, both parties having hold of the revolver, the weapon was discharged, the ball (a very large one) passing tLroogb "Winget'8 body entering a little in front of the right side, ranging slightly op ward, and passing ont near the left side. The ball then went thiongb a door stand ing ajar, a pine latb, and nearly throngh the cottonwood biding of tbe bouse. Winget lived abont an hoar and a half aft...

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. — 13 July 1865

fSKTTtK THE NeOBO SUFFRAGE H I -We would give the BofFrage QcI5L io four classes of Sontbern ne- First, and emphatically, to every P0 h0 his borne arms in the canse of United States; second, to every negro ", oS 1 ert.te; third, to every bL who cm read and write; 'and h to every negro who had belonged ., religions organization or chnrci. ft veirs before the war. These '"vl, ffonld cover every one that ought Cte and the7 woa,din8nre in CV6I2 MJro voter a spirit of manhood as well helpline; some practical shrewdness. ,.!l!tnal development, and moral com ,8!!i9.ndcnltnre. It is well worth Consideration of the President whether wmethiBglithisshonldnot be ,ncln iti in the scheme of reconstruction. iv. A correspondent of the N. Y. News . :M be sensational stories abont the jSpicn of J. Wilkes Booth's body. Booth's body was bnried without Jis foarament. It was bnried in secret and in the night, and n0 stone marks or will ,r mark the spot bnt this was the hoite of the family. The body was p...

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. — 13 July 1865

.,,11MM,,i,MMaisiissiaMaisssssissssaMaissis.ssssssssaisssssssssssssisaiiaiMaii.iii,11 '"Cultivating Erairic Without Tcuccs. Daniel E. Rodders, Watham, La Salle Co., III., sends the following good scuse to every ' resident of tbe Prairie State : - I wish the CInb would continue to keep it before the "people and the people before the CInb, that farm fences are one remnant of bar barism, and a man -who runs hi? cattle, hogs, or oth"er"stock npon the highways or commons "without herdsmen, is another. I lure no faith in legislating reforms, bat the pres and other agencies that can reach the car, anJ influence i the action of public sentincut, are the tools to work with. Tbe periodical minutes of the Club are more welcome and are read with a deeper interest than any farming paper in the land, and their enormous circulation give them a power second to none. Through their means we hope to some da; rid this prairie of the two nuisances mentioned, peculiarly, trouble some here, where lumber i...

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. — 20 July 1865

n nmiMni iK'maia iirr vr m iiii.uiim MtdMiUMMwHUCMMMManaMMnM Tj7i7.fii U1UWJ ' i V.3"JJfaUCWes3'I7Qgjr Tf vw- -y m. jafi riiiejjfja u&& -: . "''? JV'i77-? ' ' HiowiW) - . tlWe-r9jJBiTJ.Sl iU". , ,'F 't Mil' . . K. . . . . V' r ?. .. . 1 - J. . - r .Mtyvurs - . .JtJJJtU .J.U8 i .' 'mw 4aiijn-o:i -! . -" 'i ' .,.:.... .li :mhiD miaD at.HV aruiM "- t "''.)!! T, til .. i ' 'I i !.,,. . ...f-, . ,tl -.f-.li-! tfo ru .." ,T! : - AA-iUJvavi iiiiiw - ir irflnTn rrvr-war - t ''.)!: t, i,i . ri--if : -f ' J 1 '. If . ' .i i, riiM, M' - 3 .'I 'gOL. MILLER, feDITOR AND PUBLISHER. ' THE CONSTITUTION! AND THE UNION. " .'II ' ! " ( TERMS $2.S PER ANNUM, 19 ADTANCE. -" r mi if ii m 7 . t- . . . taBBKSjnaBnwaaanwjnwjanC "'. ' iBBBt - ,, r a . 11 it J .1 ' J T" . . 7" 1 . - L ill ' i i T . ..I VOLUME IX.-NUMBER- &j mt IMrg. WELCOKE HOKE. BT A. r. MOUK. O, the men who fought and bled; O, ttift t'3 and pilUot Iretd, And tbe hrj'ht oeriietd Welcome bom el O, tht fcrae retofnio boyi; O, ih or...

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. — 20 July 1865

I ljc 'Kansas l)icf. SOL. KILLER, EDITOR. WHITE CLOUD,. KANSAS: Thirsday, : : : : : Jaly 29, I8&. How to TiiaveL. By far tba best way for persons who are emigrating or jour- neying lo the Missouri River regions, is to come tip the river on boats direct from St. Loafe. There is.a fine line of boats running between St. Lonis and Omaha, one leaving St. Lonis almost daily. We recommend this route especially to those having families or ladies in charge. It may. require a conple'of days longer than the railroad ronte to St. Joseph ; bnt this difference is more than counterbalanced by other considerations. In the first place, one rnns a risk of having his neck broEen on the dilapidated railroad, or of having' to rusticate on the hot prairie or a'n'.entire day, waiting (or the cars to be replaced on the track. The fare by river and railroad is abont the same it may he two or three dollars.higher on the riv er ; bnt'thcre is no changing of cars, om nibus, hotel or eating-house charges, o...

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. — 20 July 1865

WW- jv.fllr rS n m i ff J 1 i-,t, inni contested town- ..im i"a '"" . . . ,...i.i c i t,.n his ot last- oeen "cm. l&crfi of that sect.on o '""J LtmaK ArxES, Attorney for f ..v - n. 11 -- &., . u-.w- ; J .1 . o. it-. ..pcc.s, ,Jia rttci with the locations icTeU of tue irr-ary i 11 -rtriMmttmr ... All ujuu"i"h , ff."n3 ..,pM. and the Renter and Olfne at lopesn l.- riuii l,T" - . r.,,.,1 K'" L.,,.,.,I to er.mt thirty days, bit1! D.L. anneal can be taken bf. ion to the Secretary of the fcdo i lc 1. It-en'of' .j FrTiUv. the I4th int.f l.i. i nuuiuu - B;irMooM,fV-&"dMarJ. 0L,.adl year audi month. jl)c Kansas ')tt. ii,l,t-K, Wito'r and l'ubliiher. Terms: ' Dolls a YrAR, i-T Advance Pay ."vnttM be made strictly in advance; oth- the rate of it per ycr w ill be charged, dUctioo of the publisher. .d.VertisiXLS: ECCLAK ADERTIS1N0. 1 1 mo. 13 mo. 6 mo. U-200 S5 00 &7.00 4 0f ' 7 00 10.00 10 001 15 00 15 00 I 35 00 25 00 I 35 (10 45 00 i G0.00 700 10.00 15.00 25 00 1 Tear. $10.00 ...

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. — 20 July 1865

. -Ijfw Jkrmer. JkiffJeSSg. . Best War to Care Grass for Hay. JThe New Bedford (Mass.) Mercury says that about fourteen years since, Gen. Thomp son, of that town, "who does his own think ing," reflecting upon the mode of hay makinsr, was led to inquire' why it could not be cured as old ladies cure herbs, it certainly being as important in one case as in the other, to pre serve the juice. He accordingly experimented, and soon adopted his present system : ,"On a good bay day he cuts his grass, leaving off about 9C o'clock A. M. His men then de Tote themselves to spreading, turning and stir ring up the hay, that the air may pass through it, and all the external moisture be thoroughly dried. After cinner, this is done again, and continued till about fire o'clock, when the hay is raked into winiows, pitched on to a cart, and stored in the barn. Of course, if the day is not a good one, the hay is cocked, and left till the next good day. Nothing is done to prevent heating, though salt, abo...

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. — 27 July 1865

1VK&T 7 T. I. r.5J3i ''' I & X "9 Xl I scans 'J ET ,j &p 2. ins: , WS-- f -, " ..r.:-,lr ; JT7TT tt 7 : ; - rj - IP -7r lit 1 '! -4V Kehm fefj Yip Itef rrllLlkC V-llTIlU 3K9R' SOL. MILLER, EDITOR ASD PUBLISHER. VOLUME IX,--NDMBER 4, itt f 0t IISGE FOE OHE WHO FELL Iff BATTLE toon for a soldier! 'y lIm " cl0T"' , ,. , B,lrdle"t1elds,Bd thershalibe Mrrerj -Kit. lit moM"1 "lit hers who calleJ him once herlorer: Were ihe raia may rain upon It, Where the ma may ihine upon it, Where the Iamb hatb lain npon it, AnJ the bee will dine upon it. jai bim to no dismal tomb coder city chcrchei; TU. tin to the fcjrant fields, by the lilrer blrchei, Xfiat the nhippoorwiU iball monra, where the oriole perches: Mile bis moond with sunshine on it. Where the bee will dine npon it, Where the hmb hath Iain upon it, And the rain will run npon it. gin 11 the boiy bee, his rest shonld be the clover; &11 si the lamb was be, and the fern shonld be hii corer; Fto ltd rosemary shall jrow my sold...

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. — 27 July 1865

- -t-v - W", &- J 1 s-1' i - I 'V rs5 rz-z c- Vtf "Tr- s-- - Stye Karaas ljuf.- 80L. MILLER, ..... EDITOR. WHITE CLOUD, KA2JSAS: Thtrsday, : : : : : Jaly 27, 1865. Wvmbug t. Utility. We know that it is useless to preach against people permitting themselves to be hombngged, or to attempt to persnade them to contribute for useful purposes money which thej waste upon humbugs, and which thej feel they are abont to waste before they spend it. Nevertheless, we will ventnre npon a few nselesa sag gestions nseless.because nobody will act upon them, reasonable though thoy be. A few weeks ago, DeHaven's Oircns performed here, was well attended, and was by almost everybody pronounced i humbug and a swindle. Still, they car ried away between 8500 and 81,000. Orton's Oircns is visiting every hamlet in the conntry, and is voted to be the most unmitigated humbug that ever travelled. Yet, were it to coma here, it would be well patronized, and as much money copied away as' before. Yankee Robinso...

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. — 27 July 1865

T J - ' !. Sarratt. ,r a has been said in the pttMic press M A the execution of Mrs. Snrratt virions means have been employed " -mnatbv for her, and stir np 13 -ion to the Gevernmept. It is well oppusi . ,.,- nf evidence azamst ute-VnallU01 jlr5. Surra" l" . :.l witnesses aeainst Mrs. JIK John M. Lloyd, the , tep.r S Snrrattsville tavern, and Lotus SbmM. About bix weeks before the 'a ...:. T.lnvd testified that Harold, issu."""""' r".'' ,r o . -. i T.J.TnhnH. Snrratt came to tinrd's tavern at Surrattsville, bringing ;th them two Spencer carbines, formid v, seven-shooting rifles, also ammuni V aI1j a rope. Snrratt wished the Iritaess to conceal these weapons, and he eiLelf showed Lloyd where to conceal ibeo, between the joists and the second On the Monday preceding the Friday .fthemnrder, Weichman was sent by , L Sarratt to Booth, to obtain fronT i:a' the use of his horse and buggy. Lib bad sold the buggy, but gave Veicbmn 810, with which to hire one ht Mrs. Sorratt. He did so, and d...

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