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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 27 July 1865

imi 'ijum'jJl Chinch .Bags Fencing Them OaU One of lie greatest pcstg to Western farm ers'is an insect known as tho "Chinch Bng," on account or an odor like that of the bed beg. They often destroy large crops. H. B. Norton, Ogle County, Ills., tells bow he headed off the enemy, in a letter to the Prairie Fanner, as follows: - ,. "If any Western rustics are verdant enough tolsoppose that chinch bags cannot be out flanked, headed off and conquered, they are entirely behind tho times. The thing has been effectually done "dating the past season, by Mn-Davis, Supervisor of the town of Scott, Oglo County, Ills. This gentlemen had a corn field of a hnndrcd acres, growing alongside of an extensive field of small grain. The bags bad finished np the latterand were preparing to attack the former, when the owner, being of an ingenious turn, hit upon a happy plan for cir cumventing them. Ho surrounded the corn with a barrier of pine boards set up edgewise, ana partly buried in the ground, to kee...

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. — 3 August 1865

- . . . . . .. mm m IMtT-T" : -i ' SKT S .rn3J3?f J." - j EBEt -rtBi K54 OS - w r?? . .-,...- ,r.i . jji .jo (,?- i ek.' -. i3i ' .,3 , . l.JV, " . , m '.- '.s-v. t .: . - .- ' t - I! i jstrwilT SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. TERMS $2.00 PER ANNUM, IS ADTAHCE.t, VOLUME -IX. KDMBER 6.: WHITE CLOUQ, KANSAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST ,3, 1865. WHOLE NUMBER, 421. ; " i '..:.! 'JKT S , .1 iVs.t - ' kd ia . csar "iPljlit 'ItiilfwP (Styme f octrg, , THE GEAVE OF USCOLVi BT XDA BUST rtOCTOS Now noit I be storied Totomia Laurels for everdivide; " ICow to the Sangamon fameless, Gjvo of it. century's pride an-smon, stream of the prairie., ( riaeiillr westward that flow., Far in whose city of silence. Calm be hat sought hi. repose. Orer our Washington's river, ... Sunrise beam, rosy and fair; gonift on,Sangimon fairer Fallier and rnartjr lie. there. Kirff nnder pyramid, .lnmber, Sealed In the Ljbian .and.; Trince., in gorgeous cathedrals. Decked with the spoil of the ...

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. — 3 August 1865

4 l)c Kan0a0 I)ief. SOL. MILLER, ..... EDITOR. WHITE CLOUD, XAHSAS: Tfcarsday, : : : : linist 3, IMS. , Kamai SeTeath. x This celebrated regiment, on its way V up the river, arrived hero on Friday las: The Bteamer Omaha, having on'board a large portion of the regiment, lay at onr landing all night, giving the boys an op portonity to range about and stretch their limbs. Knowing the noisy proclivities of soldiers generally, and having heard somany stories of the riproarions Kan sas 7th, we were prepared to witness a lively and boisterous time. Bat every one was compelled to pronounce the 7th a .model regiment. Although several bnndred of them were abont our streets until after midnight, there was bnt little if any noise to distinguish that from the general routine of nights in onr town. Among all that number of men, we do not remember that we heard a single oath or vnlgar word used ; there were no quarrelling nor angry words ; no yelling nor screaming ; no incivility nor rowdy ism; an...

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. — 3 August 1865

"-rrFBi0E.-ThU question being 10 Tne the following facta .m regard hi privileges of the elective franchise III kof iDwJ;o m,,, Island. Con- Iot 'Pennsylvania, North Carolina, ShCiolina and Georgia all voters .4 ha" a property qnaiincauuii. uu '," and New Hampshire, panptfrs .stances in anv of be St t d the Union in 1860. ex- ,;1 ate; d n only '"" Sute9 C Ve,: C? tand New Hampshire, ) is a colored ,lich composes oont tllowed to vote without a proper- jerson F nailification. In New Hampshire y,ere.inlS60 -. ,. h .udred a d ;Bety COlOrea voicio, auu .u ,B.wM., Io JUsssehnssettS every voter must, citbin two years, have paid a State or tytax, unless excused from taxation. la Rhode Island a voter mnst own real .,!eofone hundred and thirty-four dol- !j.'8 rsloc. or of the clear yearly Value of area dollars over any ground rent. colored person is not allowed to oteinNew York nnl ess he has resided h the State three years, and is a free yjlkt in value of two hundred and fifty iollirs and pai...

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. — 3 August 1865

" ""i" :$tix Janitor. . 'Treatment of House Plants in Summer. There are no doubt many of the readers of the Agriculturist, who irom cbOice or necessi ty, arc obliged to- keep many plants in pots all the year round. Everything may go on well with them until the hot days of July and Au gust, when they begin to flag anJ dwindle away. The rapid evaporation at these times creates a demand for frequent waterings, and even tfcjs fails to help in many eases. During "the hot months it is best to remore the plants from the window altogether, and phce them in & situation out of doom where they will hare f hade during the hottest portion of the day. If the pots can be plunged into soil up to their rims, the necessity of frequent watering will be diminished. Where' this cannot be done. the pots may be set in a box, or frame of 'boards, and the spaces between them filled up with moss, tan, saw-dust or even sand. This will prevent evaporation from the surface of the pots, and avom we trequent ...

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. — 10 August 1865

''9WD8ffr$ ' TO 51 Wi.'-. Oil i)h.'i.A &-err :- :-,-: ---.--.... 'j l..4!t. latisos SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. VOLUME IX.--NUMBER 6, J mt fMrg, JEFF. DAVIS UT PETTICOATS. BTLJ. BlTKf . go Jeff1, lite Crest liai met Mi fatr Thtt bitied wonder of tbe etrth, Wbott will conld eonititct Bute, . And -ire m Nation Lirthl That awfalgod, to whom were bent The kneei of half a continent! Jilitl bit hurt wat in Ml throat, ' ' Aad both were in a petttcoati O, hoopi! O.iVirli! Ot women! thinfil O, cotton pad! O. pint and itriorj Lorl' bow roach sin Will pa cV within The circle of a petticoat! U. I tSii that "Man of Peitinyl" That baleful ilrt wboie blazln train Flamed throojb the tgtt jet to be, And torotd the gazer' brain? i this that chief wboie mighty war i-hook from their tpberet the clattered itarst Ah, me! bow much the Copi. will doat Hereafter on a petticoat! O, ipiadle thank ! Of tktcnj arms! O, boots and sparil O, faded cbarmsf O. cheat and sin...

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. — 10 August 1865

ff&- -.' T" "'' T Slje Hernias Cljtcf. SOL. MILLER, EDITOR. WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS: Thsrsday, : : : : Asgist 1, 1865. Doniphan County. . Of tbe tide of emigration now ponring to Kansas, Donipban County, slthongb securing a share, we lo not lhink re ceives tbe proportion she wonld, if ber advantages were more prominently kept before tbe pnblic, and tbe same efforts made to induce emigration, as are 'made in otber lacalities of tbe State. An idea seems prevalent, in tbe East, that Central and Sontbern Kansas are tbe only por tions of tbe State worth living in, when in reality they are turning their backs upon tbe most desirable section of tbe State. LOCATION AND CHARACTER. The County composes tbe extreme north-eastern corner of tbe State, border ing on the Nebraska line and the Missouri River. Along the river, at places, it is broken into high bluffs, then again stretching into broad, rich bottoms. Tbe western part of tbo Connty is rolling prairie more rolling, in fact, than tbe coun...

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. — 10 August 1865

rTHd XMlrlCCBiH. -t,:s elUnt regiment of onr home re T1"8 ?..... hna been mustered ont, and K,niiBeoelu"' . .. u .-.J l ro. of its memoers uao inmu.u . -e"lL peaceful arts among us. and to i'- .f. iLnr and rewards which they sJ0;Arned by three years ardnons and mnrsulo sei ""i - r s, .of them will return no more, save ,D7 .- i.i...l rhosts mar revisit the " from which they wero so cruelly i -beronsly Inred. by the deccitfnl 2ato under which they were enlisted. & disease 8nd dePnvaUon have f. tbeir fatal deeds, and the victims '", .t.....i!nir sleeD. in lonelv forests. JgnlOCU""""-. : f . - . . v the bnks ot desoiaio rivers, ana ue ih tbe alien sod that has been redden-, Tf'r the blood of their BacriSce. - Cose their ejes ; their work is done ; Vonpbt to them is friend or focman, ji of moon, or set of sun, ffind of nan, or kiss of woman." m.. nnranization of the regiment was cjlitics! necessity. The interest, the ' 'aMi the hopes, the luture ot a tuousanu .. cr'fre put in peril t...

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. — 10 August 1865

r Jiw :: 'J3SSSF Bees. A correspondent writes to the Scientific American, thgt the mas3 of bee-keepers do not understand tnaj uie Dees are renflerea periect ly subsenrlent to their master's will. Tbey can be rendered harmless as so many flies. An application of the axiom " Bers'when gorged with liquid sweets never volunteer an attark," is all that is needed In order to handle them with perfect impunity, eren to tearing their hiveallto fragment by piece-meal. When the bees hare plenty of stores, close the hire so that no -bee can escape. Rap smartly on the hire a few times. After two or three minutes repeat the operation. In the course of ten or fifteen minutes the bees will hare filled themselves with honey. You can then open the hire and perform any operation you wish without danger of being stung. If you hare a bar or frame1 hire, remove the top quiet ly, and sprinkle the bee's withwater made quite sweet with sugar. After allowing them time to filltifcmselres, you cat proceed to r...

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. — 17 August 1865

ay "i j - tt i ran ...... - 7 .--,? ' Jp"&&fumbvi - 's t'uLin. -r'tjfiS!' . . &.v iftJ8p.W4r -rjfi )S - BST.TJUt .JO I7 s. 9lllLw t , Ss o r-4 . t. - . . - yj&m - ra'- ; rBi"1 ounui mm mm SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. - VOLUME IX.NUMBER 7.; Sluice f! Bitty. AKDEBSOHVUrE. IT XOBSKT B. KKWXLL (OKPHXUI C. KERB.) VI)re raniptrti frown opit tli wives Tbtt If p nd crooch like honndi belovr, Jlv& Ocfn hoary giut-tlavcs In iol!en mormon ore their woe. With fice upon hit handi he siti. With broken heart and wacd'rmj wfu, And starts at ever gleam that flits 7romtIie a at fcii windAw-iiil for the oond in hit ears is mil AodersonYille! Acdfiwinlla is the word from the sea to him, There ia fan clL in the casemate lone and dim. The lentry's itp upon the walk He faesri; bat not as mortals hear; Jini closer with it seems to stalk: A jhntl thing from off" a bier A something erer near the door. To enter once, and then no more Be visitor upon the floor Of the Man it Is sent to...

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. — 17 August 1865

""-"V!- nSlje Kansas l)uf. SOL. MILLER, - EDITOR. WHITE CIOUD, KANBAS: Thursday, : : f : iRgut 17, 1865. SOCTBEEK EUIQRATIOH. It W8 feared tbat when tbe war closed, the superior inducements offered to Southern emigra tion would seriously retard the growth of the West. Wo believe the fear will prove groundless. Many persons, who have gone Sonth to engage in various branches of business, are returning dis appointed. They report that the country is thoroughly impoverished, and the character of the society and disposition of the people is such, that -Northerners find it neither profitable nor pleasant to settle there. Tbe plain truth of the mat teris, the people of the South, owing to the systems and institutions under which they have lived for generations, are in a manner barbarians, 'and they need to be civilized as badly as they did to be con quered. A free, enlightened citizen of the North would find it more agreeable residing in a European Monarchy than in the Soatb, until the soci...

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. — 17 August 1865

-5f7s3Tle heavens pre- . this time an nnnaoaiiy ""V" sal l l rri, hrisht n!anet which rP"?. ,DDernca in the south-east in 0,t" evSng, nnd elowly climbs the 1C' .fen nicht advances, is unpner. f? ,rbit is exterior Jo that of the A'?"" the earth is now nearly between " I the sun. we are abont the near 1,0 'him that ive ever approach, and n '"V Dosition his illnminated hemis 13 ; turned mostly towards as, he 'nte-eots bis largest and most brill- ., n: liy W1P aiu 01 bu umi- ,,D: nv-gl3 thre8 fMt ,0ng' L!s f0Qr 4,J, cn be teen forming nearly n 30 Vnt line with the centre of the pldct f!K.M.VKl"s bo a s00'1 oue th8 beIts ''Tobem ont. 'StHL'fMtlwr to c" fkt and somewhat nearer to the zc- h la the con-tllatipn Virgo, is rjntnro S TLf rlD? 5s r? c'early 5o?l.t oat by a thrre-foot telehcope. (heap Journal. n,eIa(.t bond of the Wt MiWiiption ibe seven thirty loan has ben taken. J nutil tlia next Conre it i irapon ''",. to expt 9 Mne of onX moie Ojrtri mmt bonds. $)c Kansas &l)ief.' sot. J...

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. — 17 August 1865

-F2 - "'JpWRf-s'"' Jfjjr tt Jkraitr. Planting Strawberries in the Tall. Many persons believe that spring is the best time to plant strawberries ; but the Ohio Far mer seems to be of a different opinion, and gives the following directions forfall planting : " When plants are well set in the fall, they will fruit the next season, as it is the fall growth of the root which supports the plant for next year's fruiting. Go into yourgarden to-day and nnll nil a strawberry nlant which has fruitsd this season, and you will see the old stock of roots dead and black, and irom tne crown 01 the root beneath a new set of roots putting out; these must make a good fall growth or you will get no considerable crop orfruit next year; and transplanting now causes a less jar in the natur al condition of the plant than if taken np at any other period of the year. " Choose fo." planting, young runners that are well rooted ; then on a cloudy day proceed with your work. Draw a line where you desire to plant...

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. — 24 August 1865

I ngWWM' ' - . -' '- - -j5 .rt'a.i ;..: .- : -.a - 'SM .!- -S ?'A$& -::mH il5 JrVFH .s-f: r . mi '1.3 tit .jrt .1 ' 1 V latsis cm j :;ie trwei I or M0M ffliid ib m k sr U. r Vnfl'waaaur eaBBnVaaaBvftV' iayajlJPBSBBaSaJ3PBBBRa5l' 1 SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. VOLUME It NUMBER 8. mi l0drg. A HYMN TO PEACE. 1 Vbra from itit rk went forth th dort To mark th Iintenir flood'i decrvait, be cime ax-ia -U CTeoinf tits, Btanoz the oiife Lraneb ofpetct, Tben knew the pitnarch of old The meaning of tli branch tlte bor; AnJ Trotn tht earth the wafers pitted To frown ibe valet ud liUIf no more. FctCoJ, who tendi the senile ra.nt. Il writ hn cofenant on high, ' (In radiant bow of j roroue g itda Tlte clooJi that veil the azure ikj; To Noab of old, in ages gone The sicrrd covenant was given; And God upon bu throne hot set The ngn of peace twizt Earth and Uearcn. For four long jears the Lord hat veiled flu facet behind the batlle-clood, From hill to hill across the land list peeled the ba...

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. — 24 August 1865

-- i - "T-- Sljc Kati0as Cljicf. SOL. MILLER, EDITOR. WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS: Thursday, : : : : Assist 24, 1865. Improvements; In looking nbout town, we discover some improvements going on. We are particularly pleased to see dwelling houses going up, the want of which has,been so long felt. y Hamilton Cooper is putting np a nice little dwelling, which is rapidly approach ing corapletionT"" """" "" "' ' Jack Whithsm is-rbuilding-a small bnt snog brick near the " grade," the walls of which are abont half way np. EdMahck is prep'arjrigtb bnildjover near the old Verandah '"House. What does?Ed. want-ith a-honsef - Patrick D&nlavy .facetting oat-material for a brick dwelling in the same vi cmity. Mr. Carter has lumber on the ground to commence a building in that part of the town site on the edge of the prairie. Work on the school house has already commenced, and will be pushed as rapid ly as possible. J. 0. Fierce has completed a livery stable'near the river, which is quite a creditable ...

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. — 24 August 1865

"r HntvTiva ov Par SrorrAOEOF ra Rich since ii - ...; . , , . I ": -i ih d Blovol Kuae " " "'iim: rebels in North Carolina; PWI' " .fcnrieitri Non'e . TjfflOns " -.r,j :.", -' 08 .Jncranted tbi8veerf-na Fotue SSmpIelion will be withheld JSnrtcoMidetion. " Tn.r1 Thomas.-Btfttesthst S'di of the rebellion there were ! 000 colored troops in the army I t 100 000 of whom,w still in -the Km" Stje Katufasf Gfjief.' jIItLEUi Editor and Pnbiisher. TXTXCU3S - ' . W. iw Advance. Pav eLAM be made c jn an.oth- ., the rate oi o y j - o . Iftbe discretion of the publisher. HEGBLA ADTEKTISIMO. 1 1 mo. I mo. C mo. 1 year. 5 00 7.00 10.00 15.00 2500 45:00 $7.00 10.00 15 do 25 00 35.00 $10.00 15 00 on on 1 Sjre, - - 3 Squares, -3 Squares, - 2 00 '4 00 7.00 1000 15 00 25 00 fz-iK iSn i'Uomrai i Column, soioo 90.00 60.00 I i r.ilamn. -r. .v. lAnMnr time. Tin accordance ri the above rates, which apply only to reg-i V. . n.-Ja r! linpa nr lea. 45 a year. t ...? tMnaipnt ntlyprtiapments. XI 'or .?r !. firel...

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. — 24 August 1865

!W ffUfee farmer. Cljeim jrf t C jring. Amount of Pork From a Bushel ofj - Corn. 'r Bv the published BUteraent of the experi menu of J. B.Lawes, he obtained 100 pounds of pork from seven bushels ol corn, or one pound of-poik from 4)4 pounds of corn. Tbe train as crotrod and moistened with water before feeding. This is regarded as successful management. At tbe present time, when pork selUrfor 15cts. tier Dound. the corn thus, con verted to meat will bring over $2 per bushel, or at the former rate of fire cents per pound, tne earn would be worth 71 cts. per bu'bel for fat tening pork. This estimate is based upon 'the apposition that the manure pays for tM'grind iug and feeding. The experiments of Nathan O. Morgan of Union Springs, present much more favorable resuU.u Be always commences fattening in cpriagt atwhich time a bushel of corn is more valpable in its reenlu than in autumn, and con tinues regular course of feeding throughout the season. The 'com is giouud, and. ninety pounds o...

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. — 31 August 1865

fKujrv ,r" -. "Vv,'fti ' ' "$ .-P!. ' V$ i-mw o fltrair IllttMS ' ' eatbf ,r il aWay ,4tv .4aF &Ji'iJv J'JiJV J4Ji JJ'Jl' SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. ) THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. VOLUME IL--NUMBER 9. J i TERMS $2.09 PER ANNUM, IJ ADTANCE. WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 31, 1865, i itt fMij. WHOLE NUMBER, 425. ! nA T lAKAnA : I at. t- . mu a uqiidvc il ta iub vermes oi an en lightened world, and will bethe testimony BETUBH, BT XU. JCU1 WARD HOffl. nT r" comic t. oh, oar brothers, tbey art com lof , from the form Ten dtstaaca crtcpih (rowing losad. UU anlMM torrent in whose rapid tommiog Stream doth follow aire am, till wares of joj abound. Tltfw hut lanjoiihed in the shadow of the prison, Ixnij with bon'er pains and biutrfercr low; lYtlcosie back oor loit, from living graves arisen. From the wiM deipite and malice of the foe. Titie bar heard the cannon roar, the mniket's rattle, Where rriin Death a (Trout eJ, these have flown before, f H their standard in the 6...

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 August 1865

fBwse5g!!Ppa!r- -r . (J nrS,1 "qjjMw fe',?'a!i tvw;g:aiMi.ffrr v-j!''$if m,'" ttgM? ;eyT"" $lje Kansas l)icf. SOL. MILLER, EDITOR. WHITE CLOUD, XAHSAS: Thursday,-: : : : Angast 31, 1865. " Cosfisticated." A lazy stroller, probably encouraged by the great snccess of humbugs on a large scale, made bis ap pearanco in town, on Saturday, to tty bis lack on a miniature scale; tot his "traps" met the fate of Artemus Ward's " wax figgera " in the South they were " con fisticated " by the indignant populace. This fellow's exhibition consisted of Jeff. Davis in Petticoats, and other rough wood engravings, cut from illustrated newspapers ; and of bed-bogs, mniquito- diiis, uy-wings, anu oiuer bucu ramies in this country all of which he exhibited through a small microscope. His audi enco was composed ofboys, who became indignant at the egregious humbug, and sot about cleaning bim out. They gob bled up his microscope, his pictures, bis insects, and all his "bootable" effects, and came within an ...

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 August 1865

jSJinonna r. nmJiJatcs. Tiiarr. Dol- 1P rll strictly in advance. Counij !.- . T.I15I.W. of 'WashiDjrton Town- -n he a candidate for Treasurer of Don- ratr,tlha ensuing November elec " d solicits the votes of the Union men TCou.tj.beHevinghiuselflobequalified position, and that he can give satisfac- tfontothepeopic. $)C Kansas !Il)lcf. . ii T,i:it, Editor nnd Publisher. DOLLAR X YEAS, IN ADVANCE Pay- , .hould be made strictly in "to""; oth 9 , die rate of S3 per year pill be charged. Secretion of the publisher. IECOLAR ADVERTISI". 1 mo. ' 3 mo. C mo. 1 jear. I 42 00 $5.00 ST.00 $10.00 j 4 00, 7.00 10.00 15 00 7 00 10.00 15 00 20.00 10 00 15 00- 25 00 3500 15.00 25 00 1 35.00 50.00 1 23.00 45.00 GO.OO 00.00 1 Sinare, - - 2 squares, - 3(juarc.-f - j ... uoiunni, - . i. Column, - l'dlcmo. - - For anv other length of time, in accordance ihthe "above rates, which apply only to reg- "n ;n'es Cards ol 5 lines or lets, .5 a year. For Lepl an'1 transient advertisements, 1 'nrc for the first i...

Publication Title: White Cloud Kansas Chief
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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