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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 31 August 1865

wr. Jfavmcr. A "Word on Making Batter. The amount of the butter crop of the United States, is estimated at C5.O0O.OO0 of "dollars. The value of this article might be great; en hanced by stricter attention to its manufacture. No produce of the firm U so liable to depreci ation as this. It is said that at the present time, scarcely one firkiu iu four opens perfectly street. This deterioration arises not from any real chemical or practical difficulty, but solely from want of Knowledge or want or care in making it. There is -one essextul iu butter making, namely : the thorough removal of the butter milk. To accomplish this, some recommend two or three wastings of the butler in cold wa ter, till the water brings away no butter-milk, whilst others rely upon thorough workings. Bat whatever method is used, the removal of the butter milk is a sine qua non. As the milk is warm in the process of churn' mg, the first requisite of the butter on being removed is to be cooled. A small amount of sa...

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. — 7 September 1865

m . J- I ;:-; . fce -,, rf ?ni; Kif "i. .,4" t ' . ' ,.--. . -jji -iws tSU r.uyC A t.2L , ,. a j4lfe,' .", ' ;- -!" - rr.w -. ..i' HMrVjMHOHBc, mSP rf aV "- flT I .a. - ill'W' JUk A- SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER, y VOLUME IX. NDMBER-10.J kt Bdx. nilTEB WENDELL HOLMES TO ADMIRAL v PABEAQUT. r At tie recent reception or Admiral Farrsvt Ja Boston, lie folJowto poem, bj Dr. Hotatt , wu rtid.) A TOAST TO THE VICE-ADMIRAL- . Can tke Ctlnn of U " ri CMt Jb 6, IBM. IT OUTER WIS DILL 11010. Sow, pllinl fricndi ind thipmstei aH, Fince htlf our battle's won, Ji broadside for our Admiral I Load evrr; crystal goal ttnd readj till I give the word Voo won't hTe time to tire Aed when that cIonAOS name is heard, Tbrn let the malndeck fire I Bow fore mo it sinks llie rebel craft; Oereje nt larfly torn, And see the pirates haridhnf aft. To drop their raft astern: Soon oVr the sea-uorm's destined prey The liRed ware shall cbie So nemh from the face of day AH Freedom's banded foes! Dot, ah1 uhat sp...

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. — 7 September 1865

l)c Kait0as l)tcf. SOL. MILLER, EDITOR. WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS: Thnrsday, : : September 7, 1865. More Impovemexts. The spirit of im provement seems to bare broken ont in earnest, in onr olace. We hear of a number of new building being com inenced or contracted for. Poplar Street appears to be the most popular location for residences ; and it is one of the most pleasant in town. Among the new en terprises, not heretofore mmed, we call to mind the following : Clint. Taylor, a residence on Poplar Street. Samnel Maqnilken, a residence on the Corner of Poplar and Second. S. L. Jennings, a residence on Poplar. Wiley Moore, a brick residence on Poplar. J. J. Morris, a residence on Main Street, nearly opposite Fairall k Ma quilkin's Furnitute Factory. H. Cooper, a business honse on Main Street, adjoining Dorland's Brick. Ferdinand Manck, a building for shops and offices, on Main Street, near the Chief Office. Qeorge Pike is rushing np a dwelling in the prairie quarter of the town. The great de...

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. — 7 September 1865

i - ' L w WiTinAT. Notes. C.Sprehension exists in regard to JlD e Sertoli" of the national issues of 1 .d we have taKen pains 10 iii-uriu .Km? tbe proper officers of fte icie, i"1 " . .j ,iiat the dudIic may wtel2ctly ''"forraed of the malter K the postal and fractional cnrrency. Kntt ht priatad in New York and that botDiu exceot the very PLes primed at the treasnry, have ia counterfeited, v .rlv all the denominations of the so , ..Veen back" or " legal tender" w printed in New Tork have been jjflerfeited or altered to highern deomi- "'Ones'bcth counterfeited and altered " le0!.-allered to flftfw. Twenties connteifeited. p,fties counterfeited. One hundred counterfeited. None of the notes (except fractional) h,ch have been printed in the Treasury h,rebeen counterfeited. The five, six, rfa-anJ-three-lenths per cent, notes, coaiponnd interest notes, fec , have jlJfjf escaped imitation by the connter- ,mt- 1' '" on,y tto88 PrinteJ ' Ne York that have heen connterfeited. The currency of ...

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. — 7 September 1865

" T"Srr' aftt Japttr. Hay Caring and Stacking. Every' farmer should endeavor to provide for bis stock an abundant supply of good haT. Our wild prairie eras?, Then cut at tne right time and well cured, fumlshe fodder for stock both nutritious and sweet. From present ap pearances, hay will be abundant; and it be hooves our farmers to secure a pood crop. If well cured and well stacked, it will keep bright and sweet for a long time; and when two or three tons per acre can be cut, it is much cheap er putting it np than in those dry seasons, where a large area has to be mown over to get a little. We think it would be time and money eared if, during tbe present season, a two years' stock of hay were secured. We are of the op:nion that with ns the prairie grass is not cut sufficiently early. If cut late, a large thirc of the natural juices of the crop 13 allowed to escape, and the dry and innutritions stalk alone remains . When this is the case the fodder is unpalatable, and its more imrjor...

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. — 14 September 1865

ilort mTMjmX-bifK' 'HnyM' ii-JiJv Jl JJJy SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. "volume IX. NUMBER 11. ( itt f! 0cfrg. From tke London Spectator.' BEUKXON. JiBCoJttUit! Th ecboei oftb wtr Tht weiry wir bejond the wasttnt warts t)jt in ihe dtilaoce. Freedom's ritin star JJetcom ilOT i hundred tboonnrj (Tares: Tb pT of heroes who hare won the fiffht; Wbo.in the itonniiif of the sflbborn town. flirt rung the marriage peal of rolht and right, And Kaled the cliff and cast the Jraon down. Fcui of armies thrill across the sea. Till Europe am wen" Let the straggle cease; Tit blooJj page is turned; the next maj be For wj i ef pleasantness and paths ofpesceT' t gotilen mora dawn of better things Tbe olive-branch clasping of hands again A nolle lesOD read to conquering Kings- A skj thst tempests had not scoured in rain. This from America we hoped, and him Who ro!ed ber "in the spirit of bis creed.1 Does the hope last when all onr ejes are dim. As History records ber darkest deedt The pilot of dis...

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. — 14 September 1865

-r "SV-Vrt T ywajyr SgPffwyr-" --5T V X I)e fiauaas (ftljuf. SOL. MILLER, EDITOR. WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS: Thursday, : : September 14, 1865. Central Comhittbe Meetiso Tbe members of the Connty Central Commit tee are to bold a meeting at Troy, on Saturday, to consider tbe propriety of holding a Convention for tbe nomination of Connty officers. We have always fa vored Conventions, and, where two po litical parties were in tbe field, woold al ways do so; bnt tbis Fall, we do not care a straw for a Convention. There is bnt one party; last year, to Bait the ideas of certain individuals, there was no. Conven tion;, and we understand that some per sons, this year, are bent opon a Conven tion at all events, as they have made their arrangements to rnn it, whether it be held under a regular call, or gotten up indepen dently of tho old organization. Tbe peo ple are competent to choose for them selves, without being told by a packed Convention. If a Convention is held and a ticket nominated, we wiU...

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. — 14 September 1865

,-raw!se-v 2",SrsP5 S-TT rw- -j- - 53tci. -"rTrinnd. on Tuesday, the 12th icst., I Aiitmtoth anniversary of tbeirmarriage.) f TiDouiSB. wife of Cornelias Dorland, tfn.J1"- .jedCiJ Teachers' Inhll- -rn fonnu Br"- tntc. T. lh;rd f cmi-annnal session of the Brown tT Teachers' Institute, will be held at the fZl School House, five miles weat of Hia- tU, on the 2d, 3d and -1th days of October, ' ' Teachers and friends of Common JLj, from adjoining Countie3 are invited to nd. Prof. Ooodnow, Rev. Mr. Robinson, frMr Bice, and others, are engaged to be t.' N0AH DAIfS0N' !"M ' Co. Supt. of Public Instruction. CirsoD.Aug.23.lSC5. jjinouncements. ffInnouncing Candidates, Tjjki.e Dol '" tlR3( ilriclly in advance. Conntv Treasurer. fit arc authorized to announce FRANK M. TiACY as an Independent Candidate for rc rirttioa to the office of County Treasurer, at the ensuing election, in November. U.S. BEARDSLEY, of "Washington Town Vm, will be a candidate for Treasurer of Don ipbin County, at the ensui...

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. — 14 September 1865

Jk jfraer Cranberries on the Frairics. Eds. Psaixie Fashcx : I see in the Farmer, under date of December 24ih,ashort communi cation from " W." respecting, cranberries. I am very much interested in this cranberry busi ness, and having bad a little bit of experience in the culture of cranberries on upland, I will communicate the result thus far. I hare been of the opinion for years, that cranberries could be cultivated to grow on up land and in our ordinary market gardens. Be ing very actively engaged in my profession, I could not command time sjfficient to make the experiment. I then suggested the idea to our farmers. They laughed at me, and said "cran berries grew in swamps." More determined -than ever to test the mat ter, I opened a correspondence with B. M. Wat son, of Plymouth, Mass., who I knew was en gaged extensively in the culture of the " True Cape Cod Cranberry." From him I obtained all the information and encouragement I want ed. I received my first plants in the hot days ...

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. — 21 September 1865

' - -,- Jjp" SOL. JHLLtifei EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. i TERMS $2.00 PER AKJ.UM, 111 ADVANCE. VOLUME IX.--NUMBER 12, j WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1865, WHOLE NUMBER, 428. - M? - -" W JH Ik "'-, , 4-T " TT ","'e''"e''ewttattawaea.iaatwaeaM !L'3&S " - " ' " '""-.. ;'-'-- - - - '' "'' --. , --,ijs:-'.r !'-, - -'; . -Tl ---' aft?!" &n mtxi Kt SATIS IN HIS CEU. BT ALBERT TR1CT, U, I. A rJeff. DiTiiIf wflerinj from oerrooi excitement and nnintiofl. inJcced by the perpetual Cramp or the leatinel MtBj down in Hi place of confinement, and hat appeal, i J to fc rcIifrJ from the infliction." .MaZy Paper. Tnwp, ircmp, tramp! In the Traitor's loleran cell; Til the ceaseless footnote to and fro firihe silent sentinel. On the Recreant! ttraintn lente doth crow, And hit brain doth nix with a fever-glow Ofphrenziei wierd to tell. Tamp, tramp, trampl It wai bat yesterday,. And myriad injntei learned with him, Oor bravett held at bay; Hor!in; iheir ...

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. — 21 September 1865

" r-jfc. J"- -&m rswtcjssiafT-- 5e'jwji',njf,! fe''''i?T1i- VSiS; .7''," iv '-u.t- w-?w ? 35 " i3( " "HSHtawat v- - TPP Stye Hduaas &l)tcf. SOt. MILLER, - - . - - EDITOR. WHITE CLOUD, KAHSAS: Thursday, : : September 21, 1865, Soldiers' DiscnABOEs. We hear it said tbat certain parties, some of tbra prominent politician, are engaged in baying from soldiera their discharge pa pers. There is some swindle here who would wjsh to buy a soldier's discharge, unless be saw a speculation in it ? Many soldiers have failed to receive boon'.y to which they were entitled ; and many otb era bavo pay back, which, from some my s terions cause, they have been unable to obtain. It is possible tbat the speculators see a way of getting these back dues, or are bent upon some other gain at the ex pense of the soldier. A piece of advfte which we have noticed in many of the papers, will do to beed. Tt is that all soldiers bold on to tbeir discbarge papers. If anything hereafter tarns op for their ben...

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. — 21 September 1865

h"j- -? r-. u S1- All lirntc re co warns A Co'' .. AndrrRonville. conM fftf. I . - ....I tt.Mn nltr -iJtorB tOSKPieinDB, HUH l"OU n. Vh.,r onsrmed ranks, shooting them 'bint like dogs-t Washington couer ,' wbipprf pnW PnM of the Ik . .nd brJly l-res to lmk his own 40 I in tfce eJe- " 3,oadaJ' lwo 'oI "hi near'frora cnrio'ity to sea the T- when he clutched the guard aril al"( . 1 .!.. U. . " . ii- onti prriaimcti itm. iu-r no f"0"'. l.insto him. What terrible 3 . ,;irtf cniiRcipncO ! .a fUlHI .. fi"n The pale tiin , .u. mnr,lprpil brave who died at J,ntlOMr - , .,. ... ..r.nnville. A . muit raako the cell T -. Wff.z cowers nt nigni awini as . q.owSWe oborvc that tho Rcr. I Chivingtnn, ihe Indian killer. i in We perceive tlm vanoa kid-glove tu'ilk-ftorking committees which Imvp JL kh' ont ,rom Washington to ronke .oris ein-.t ihe parson Colonel do not ' . 1...1 irnnlilpd him verv mnch. as a io ii.b - j Winds s high anl' as "'',iRJ" . i . . mnili hr whpn he nsed in more n'- "" , : ncfl...

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. — 21 September 1865

aMaaaSaSaSSaas s i I T gjgy'1 -sr-- "' "JSTJ'-af' r. rK- ... -.,-f.-. "' ' ' - Jar ' JktlerT Soir Rye. We are careless we do not like to take the trouble always of doing even a good thing. Wc think we will do it, and wo calculi te on it. But "the tine comes and passes and a good has slipped from our-hinds. The regular work of the farm is not so apt to be neglected only ther outside or accidental. "We have said this much on the subject that is too much neglected by ourfarmerg, namely, the sowing of rre for pasture and turning down in the spring. This is an adrantago the farmer has which is of great importance. Our stock seeds care. Does it not need it more In winter than in summer T What then so fine as a green field, reserved especially for its use sweet, fresh, succulent pasture 1 Rre, the hardr. the thrifty, will do it. Sow on almost any soil, but best on a deep, rich, tiie coating or the grain keeping it warm, and the depth of fertilitr aid ing the warmth. Rye is & coarse, th...

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. — 28 September 1865

TfPi, fcw """V . v I SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. TERMS 82.00 PER ANNUM, IDT ADVANCE. VOLUME IX.N0MBER 13, J WHITE CLOUD3 KANSAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1865. WHOLE NUMBER, 429, pyi -gguwi.jg wy ..!! - -! .j S " - t -nT aaanaasaaaaweaaaaamaaaaaaaaa. aaaaaesaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa "" i ' "' , . g . ( Tits- . , -f j j,. k . ( ,J . .-- v. !?, , - i. . - ilffviwo 'aWfrit to!. vLilJUtvv CK ' THE VOICE OF TEE PESTILENCE ,Tk.f.!lo"gPln written a. long ago aslOl, oo A, spf resell r the great Cholera riilutioa here of 1EJ2, nest, more. e ft"' PP"m, 3 Sffitltan the course of the Pale White Horse, pjnnrg the ghastly form jjpj and dark as the spectr btrk. Wit. It sweeps before the norm! Silef.lj bright, throogh the tomd night, tanngnined meteors gllre firrely tb P"" orolcamc fire putim on the solphorons lit! ftsdes of the slain, throogh mcrderer. brain i fit terrible tod drear Rsi7 ' """ ''" '',e tttrmn- Ddb tnrople tb atmosphere! 8,t swifter than n, with a darke...

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. — 28 September 1865

$f ;r- 'A:n9g'-'ctegi5, W!t 5-.Miv--j - rfen r-wt' ;--.- "3"5 ?H5 --waPc?Sr!ar' I I .-jiMWt" - 5V; iTl)C Kansas &t)tef. . SOI.. MILLER, EDITOR. WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS: Thtrsday, : : September 28, I85. CoBHty Co&Te-ttlOH. it appears that we were mistaken in onr statement, last week, of the action of the County Central Committee. We may have misnnderslood oar informant ; bat snch was the impression his statement left npon oar mind. We publish a com- mnnication from a proxy memberof, the Committee, (and have had the same state ment from two other sources,) Which places the matter in altogether a different light. The same informant had repre sented the writer of the communication as being personally in favor of a Con vention, bat as voting, against holding one, under instructions from the person whose proxy bo held. We have it from himself, that be is individually opposed to a Convention. The facts seem to be these : The Com-, mittee met, pnrsaant to call-; five mem hers present, i...

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. — 28 September 1865

Twyr -- -rt-TlW3P -v " - -pyi JT-- -.-?--v W'-" r .... RrrnATION. Scene. ueiuru .nnnnnrin? ' nominations at Bulletin, w o S'erbe.d to Repnblican-Yon see L....(. Iiftva nominated tbrea Re- tbe. ,?'-. n theirState ticket.' What do Chink of that? 1 jfcpnblicap-I can see bnl one parallel : modern history. ,aCoPPbead-Whti8that? Republican The effart of Lee to arm the negroes in the last days or the Con- Exit Copperhead. 0-y ternatives for the South universal suf &,ee or representation according to voters." jjroirn County Xcaclicrs Insti tute. The third semi-annual session of the Brown Coaatr Teachers' Institute, will be held at the Cir!0a School House, fire milea west of Hia tb, on the 2d, 3d and 4th days of October, i;55. Teachers and friends of Common ejioili from adjoining Counties are invited to n(j prof. Goodnow, Rev. Mr. Robinson, Eer Mr. Rice and others, are engaged to be pesent. NOAH HANSON, Co. Supt. of Public Instruction. CtrsoD, Aug. 23. 1665. Announcements. FU for announc...

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. — 28 September 1865

T itf"9.v - j i-i (,( j-,, r iSr -aT- " V i 1 T, -ict . , - ;fi)r garni. The Sorghum Harvest. The Sorghum hatvest will noon begin. It has been deferred by wet wheather. As some hints in reference to the subject of barreling and manufacturing the enne may be valuable, we will publish a portion of a statement made by Mr. Henry P. Ninde, of Oskaloosa, Ioira, and furnished originally to the Chicago Repub lican, as to the practice in vogue amongst the Sorghum farmers of Ionra. Mr. Nindg gives the following directions : CATRESINO THIC CAVE. If yon want sugar, when the cane is ju;t pass ing from the bloom to seed it should be gather cd. 'Never wait until the seed is ripe, for then the strength will hare passed, to come extent, out of the stalk. The blades should be strip ped from the s'alks before cutting, which can be done with a common pitchfork. Cat close to the gronnd, and cut the top off with one or two joints, and throw in piles ana bind in bandies. At this point there is a gener al ...

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 October 1865

SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER, y "THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. i TERMS $2.00 PER AXMJM, IS ADYAKCE. .j VOLUME IX. NUMBER 14, WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1865, WHOLE NUMBER, 430. lit mt f nctrg THE FE5IAHS. IT LlCUt T. ZSWIKOS. Fir across the surging billows, There's in Islaod fair aad green, - As in H God's broad dominion Morltl ere htth eeer Men. Winding l ind lakes of crystal In iu storied ralleye are, Hallooed by the ofl-tnld legends Of the men and diji ofyore. Beauty, health and wit, kind Nature Te her children gieea Tall store; But think you Uitt they are happy! Do tbeir hearts desire no moral Aye, one prrciont boons denied tbem One for which in rain they crave '.Vealh the tjrant's rod they're struggling, And she proudly calls them slare! Through the years of by-gone ages. To shake off the yoke they're tried; Many, many noble spirits In the glorious cause bare died Died! the yon;, die brare, the ardent; Died in straggling to be free. And to gain for coming ...

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 October 1865

wjph,.' ' n'J 'y"im-iliia'J -. -z --zu- je."- Ti - -J. "W -" ' Ije Kaunas tftyuf. SOL. MILLER, - - - - EDITOR. WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS: Tksrsday, : : : October 5, 1865. The " Mass Meetiho." The meeting assembled, called a Convention for Satur day, the 14th instant, ami dispersed. The particulars will be found in onr corre- pondence. Tho leading spirits wcro all . either late army officers or recipients of public pap in other positions. For ex ample A Larzelere, late Quartermaster ia an Indian regiment; Nathan Price, late Captain in the army, and would have been State Senator, if ho had got votes enough, or if the Senate had, rejected the oldier vote; 0 Lsland, Jr., late Licu tenant on Gen. E wing's Staff, later a mem ber of ths Kansas House of Representa tives, and now Depnly Collector of In ternal Revenue, in place of a soldier dis abled in battle; Abram Bennett, Agent of the Kickapoo Indians, nntil he had served somebody's purpose, but who, in his utter disregard of earthly things, th...

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 October 1865

JfVW-" $)mmn: i;,. nirtT of Iowa what ff.t it-is wi"xnt candidate for Got- S""ta(l Benton, whom its State Con- 0' ,.iottei, declares openly and empbat tol he i not a Democrat. This ralher "W lnoerheids, but amuses th'e Onion The prospect now is iu ucuyti.j "" iia H1 vote for Got. Stone, who has Icf" r.i himself their friend, and that he ThUJ'' - 1 !.. AW ''T.'tcted bj not less tbah.25,000 majority rll" n it.At fleBentonrossum .... rrOU John Bell, or Tennessee, wno 1001 v . j:.y,A the enTiabie reputation he built op bj a life-long career of public use- '; j, oniting his fortunes with the rebel- lis tkeD the mnestT oath at NashT'1Ie- Srtunilelj for him, the amnesty oath will are his losthonor or reinstate him in the 151 tr good opinion of his countrymen. jfltippeus that Alexander H. Stephens v, aide application to Jeff. Daris for per son to examine the Andersonville prison, " .1 t L.-?t!sva !!! KAM ttlAUt lA. ' ..J- k.i Krao nfitrra a1 In vanlv ipettat to attend to their own business....

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