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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 5 October 1865

Tww y "WJ"- "& tc" an-r-F-srrr & k .mm-J1 ' " ' jwiwr- Jf0r te jfitrmef Strawberry Caltnrc. The increasing interest manifested through out in this most interesting branch of horticul ture has induced me to ovail myself, if agree able to 7011, of the uae of jour column to reply to the numerous queries propounded to me about my manner of cultivating this delicious fruit. First, Sou.: The mil is a clay loam, clay rather predominating, sufficiently stiff to bake, when not well mannicd and cultivated. Second, Tim op Puimna: Mr bed was planted In the wing, bat I uimIIt pl.int more in August and September than iu an y other sea son. My custom is to plant in either season when I get ready. If planted in August or aeptemoer a gooa crop may be expected the following season. Third, Distance ami : I inTariab'y plant in rows and never in beds. I hold that the objections to planting in beds are so great and so palpable that it will admit of no discussion whatever. Sly standard rale is to ...

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. — 12 October 1865

.. . t ,. "' yritsirr --:," -W .;-. " ::- mm . - 'J .' :-l njin il'J 1 i SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER, THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. TERMS $2.00 PER ANNUM, IB ADVANCE. VOLUME IX. HDMBER . 15.: WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1865. J WHOLE NUMBER, 431. ! Pg?SP:-?-- - j9flBBBBBH '.W -St- flbik m flllSfll mt f! 0efrg. SHOULDEK STBAFS. Tb sratiotl pieed bf hv door. The airbt winds whistled cold; tid be, An hour, and maj bt more Ere mj relief Is told." He Jrew his Minket to hii form, flu tight hand to hii cap, Qiiei wheeled and faced tbe drirln; storm Uow are yoo, Shoulder Strap? "Present arms, yon danderpate," The Colonel rooghlj laid, Ai be strode onward ihroajb the jtu, Uilh hih and stately tread. At the mansion door in littering style, The Colonel fires a rap A lady meets him with a smile IJow are joo, Shoulder Strap? Here straps and stripes together dance. And brass and silk combine Talk of Cotton's late advance Drink Sanitary Wine. JJat still the soldier walks his...

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. — 12 October 1865

WSSaFammWr-'zr -v -- "' l)e iiau0Cts l)icf; SOL. MILLER, . - . - - EDITOR. WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS: Tharsflay, : : : October 12, 1865. Mr. Laricieri'x Explanation. In another column will be fonnd a commnnication from Mr. Larzelere, with reference to matters contained in last week's Chief. He claims that he made no charges against any of the County of ficers. If he made no direct charges, he did what was jast as-bad made random assertions and insinuations, intended to convey the impression to'tbe pnblio mind that the managers of Connty affairs, since he left it, had been extravagant, and had managed to ran the Connty in debt to an alarming extent. In order to further his scheme for a Connty Convention, he must raise a hne and cry against the men in power. To Mr. Larzelere's statement that the taxes have been doubled, we reply that all. .kinds of expenses have more than doubled; while the amonnt of taxes paid, for reasons stated last week, has been comparatively far less than before the w...

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. — 12 October 1865

&:'-r ' jegg 1? -" ""'Z6 a-gSr?---g-r-w,----------w - - UK ljuiuamujigs. -nTTTir.Mn of 1812. namedUohn J. Hicks, v.Tbeen visiting Doylestown, Backs County, h0u ..... .j :' ifiifl to the tflt. He fought in the Black Hawk War in 32 and when the late rebellion began, in ll'hejoined.a three months' regiment from :.".. '-. .A curved a campaign in Missouri. This remarkable man is now in his 84th year, d ;3 undoubtedly tne oiacsimi - t fflasket in the great Onion army. rr.5rnM. J- L. McDowell, late U. S. 1. 1 ,, settled his official accounts with '. l"mmcnt. and recuved a balance of wrae two thousand dollars found to he his due. The suit commencid against him has been .ithdrawn. We iave always regarded Mr. McDowell a thoroughly honorable businers hud, and we are glad to know that his official integrity has been fully vindicated. Free Prat. p- The Troy Reporter says there is much excitement in Doniphan County over the dis covery of petroleum, oti Peter's Creek. The (reek takes it3 namo ...

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. — 12 October 1865

L.U,UMIU!VJ"LILP( w Jl "3fr Jjurwor. Why Stacks Lean. Rinrta will rometimes lean to tucb a decree that all above the bulge most be pitched off, and the stack re topped, w ben most ol tne niiehinrr ia done on one Mde of the stack; the opposite nide does not get prersed down so firm ly, and it tnereiorc semes more uuu uie oiuc where the material is pitched on. This causoa the stack to lean; and by leaning the courses are turned np to such a degree that on one aide it is down toward the middle of the stack. Another reason why stacks lean is, that the bulga ia laid oct further from the cente on one tide than on the other; and as the tide that is laid om the furtherst will settle the most, the entire stack often leans so far as to fall over. The nsnal war of keenine a stack from lean ing is. to thrust one end of a rail or a pole against it, and set the other end on tne grouna. Thii sometimes turns an the courses so as to conduct the rain toward the middle of the stack. To avoid all dific...

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. — 19 October 1865

RffcecES' ,W'fc,"WHeWsHMaiB.HM mrr " . - - - ' - - ' ' "kssM HP Hal - - t! i i :$srj2i If-iff. , -? il-? 6i liT il 0L. KILLER, EDITOR ANDDBLISnER. 'i 1 u uu.a .' 'r, ' V."J ' THE CONSTITUTION, AND THE: UNION. ..! TERMS $2.88 FER ANNUM, If ADVANCE. , VOLUME IL NUMBER; 6; j ,V i.' - :'i ' WHITE CLOUD,. KiM-lSil -,ff,, OCTOBER,cJ9,:il865, ,X cv i r " : - i j." ' ti- 1 '' "uuja .' 'f,'- V.'- ;; - - .,. ;- -,. - mmmm'mm'mmmm'mmmm - w , .- WHOLE NUMBER, 432. . . r t wfrg- A PAfiODY 0B' THE TIICBSI " Of the win, Mr of iWUloy, , s And wi piling tf red flf, lelfinf , What bad oft been told before: gsjiog ihioft I thcoffbt baost cutting, Saddfol there came a batting, And s woo 11 head wai stock in, Stock In at my office' door. Tii torn darkej with s roocher. Thonjbt 1, wiUine; as before; ' Ool tbli, ajJd not bin j more. I wii lired of darkej ttpiri, Aad bent clote above n pa pen, j Ilopiof tbo the Mack introder U'oolJ go wander from mj door, not I hoped and wtibed moit valnlj, Fer he knocked ...

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. — 19 October 1865

j.-- J8T"&" rtSy; Mxvxmim 'Wl 7fffc i-wsaMWCTtiWawi-. 1 i nrrn sag - - im:M. .. - '. .a o - Si)e Hausas &l)ief. SOL. MILLER, EDITOR. WHITE CLOUD, XAJTSAS: Thnrsday, : : : October It, IM5. TcBtporlzlMir. One of the admitted errors of tbe n framers of tbe Constitution, and of tbe members of tbe earlier- Congresses, and on down to witnin twenty years, was temporizing with slavery permitting it to exist, and granting it certain rights and protection, in tbe hope that in a few years it would cease to exist, or would be crowded into so small an extent of terrritory that it wonld amount to noth ing. The mistake was discovered too late, and dear has been.the coat of reme dying. The verdict of Republicans, since tbe rebellion, has been, no more tempo rizing 'with slavery. It is a good rale to be observed with regard to evil of any kind. Fight it from tbe outset," and yon can crash it; yield to it, or dally with it. and it will get the better of von. If it is resolved not to temporize...

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. — 19 October 1865

"diasSfichlties & TWO i ,-m at TlielrMari!re "t'tfcTr Jalcb-rg-KIUlBK If Drivers a: id IrlvlHS esf From gentleman who came down, on . Mjore, on her last trip, wo learn It pwsenger coach had arrived at v.brt City, from Fort Kearney, L,'Ak intelligence that a large party c iiilr Iodians had made their ap ..., on the Sontb Platte River near . old crossing. Two large trains that ' e neir Joleshnrg-, proceeumg along on .u peat thoroughfare, were attacked by ,l,is band, and a number of the. drivers tilled: the wagoDs pillaged and a waaraonot of goods stolen, together ;th nevlj tne slock belonging to the ...ms A few foldiers are stationed at Jalesborg, but coald render no assistance, .. til no't was expected to be attacked, We understand that a large party of United States troops are on ineir way 10 Twer, and tint Gen. Conner, command ing the forces between here and Sail r.tc is at Fort Laramie. Should this rtport be correct, our cavalry will doubt less sooo be on the trail. We earnest...

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. — 19 October 1865

-- '. ItJ&ttttRM & ORAt'' w FAIRAIL & KAQtflLKJir, white cloud, Kansas, A NNOUNCE to the people of Northern xi- Kansas, Southern Nebraska, and North Western Missouri, that their Manufactory is still In nneration. with creater facilities than ever, and all in need of Chairs or Furniture of an; kind, are invited to call at tiicir and examine their stock, as they feci confident that they will be satisfied with the quality, styles and prices of thier manufactures. They keep on band, or manufacture to order, CH4IRS of all kinds, such as "Windsor, Cane-Bot-tora, Split-Bottom, Parlor, Dining Room, Arm and Rocking Chairs, Set tees, &c. In Furniture, -m-.k ion can oe suppuea wiin TABLES, STANDS, BUREAUS, SAPES, ' BEDSTEADS OP ALL KINDS, LOUNGES. CLOTHES PRESSES, DESKS. SECRETARIES, BOOK CASES, SHOW CASES, CRADLES & CRIBS, Etc. UNDERTAKING. COPFINS, plain or trimmed, will be made upon the shortest notice, at reasonable prices; and attendance given ai tunerais, wnen ueaireu...

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. — 26 October 1865

?:; ' t-VMr iffitfFfDp8 faafoneniinl1 J.nr!"ei)2nnil'(5 r . ,i. , f- m "-J '! Ott::.-oO -? nan'. jthAu -'7 :.i- ."T-iO ' .;Tf-rr i: trijjiit; io ' !-i'. HT.ly! .'''-- "is.-- ' . , . -.. e E- ? I j s 4. - i-.r -oO- I 11-i 1J- .xcp .noi; .'i f:iiuL "' JI-jW " IP ii.p. r:'I "'""ir? it rif??7 " fmbwi J log oJLio? 1 Jnf - . iJ i Ik 'iftl nnr.n ' 5?T fl? itimr- Oi ?S'i5K'''xr' 1" T"' .KS'JlTLf.H CSJ'L'.ItT Iot(I lo nJeis'iil -.i"! - , 3 -- r . O ! t,.,ir.?.m - .; J.'j'i'H set. MILLER,, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. - en. .: el THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. ?a i ,T .?.: i?? ,i- A ?. TERMS $2.69 PER ASNCM, ISrADFAXCEi -' J. r ' VOLUME IX,-PMBER '17.J. k. I - -. '.. "Sett l'A?..nVJ.'W-. .aanV an-x 2LO.WjfL.fi "M- I BiBT y B"i ; B I lJ I : li::i(l'X1:l m B flii; la ill) Ir i -Ism B ' I II j7!3'II n B am. iaa . aaV . . . It H. . . JB mv n ,aBr Hit SB. -' M.j SB t 1HV'. aBBaV- YaBBa- AW aBar 4 ' aBBr an7SJB- "oeml ttA "tlBJBnnS r' CJBJr 3BJr7 av.'JeSr ..,1,- -I. . .1 WHITE CLOUD,' KANSAS, THURSDAY, O...

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. — 26 October 1865

.ninrniwr in I I' I i ' W" "&T' ""' -r- '('ST; - '--r-w5,,;- ,,r- MDKi8i!35J-',J,',W'':-'' 'tr .---.-- w - - -- - - -- - 5; " Hi bi mil 1 Id II Sljc Hanas &I)uf. SOX. MILLER, . . . . EDITOR. Iiiepcidcnt Bepiblicai Ticket. For Connty Commissioners, GEORGE W. BARE, HUGH ROBERTSON, JOHN P. JOHNSON. ' For 8heriff, ENOCH g. orabb. H For County Treasurer, FRANK to. TRACY. For County Clerk, CHARLES RAPPfiLYB. For Register of DeedY,- ddnoxn'mcIntosh: " For Assessor, ERASMUS F. DIXON. j. For Coroner, .'STEPHEN BROWNELL. For Surveyor, HENRY WILSON. WHITE CIOTJD, KASHAS: ThHrsday, : : : Octrter 21, IK5i Specimens ef Ectuaf. , Mr. Lsrzelere, theIeadintj spirit of the raid to get nolo! of tbe offices ofJthii County, started' the ball by raising the cry of extraviganca 'against those 'who managed Connty affairs while he was patriotically running the Qusrtermasler's Department of an Indian regiment. In order to" secure a change in tbe offices, it was first necessary to deceive the people 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. — 26 October 1865

7F WHfffWjn i?FTfl?fl'''5'i'Meiaw8BBBBMMlBMBaMHWBikW For xhe Chief.) CoBntyCoBTeniloH. T.or. Kansas, October 14, 1865,? r 10 o'clock, A. M;- J .aareBtloo called to order by A. Larzelere, io of the Central uraiimiwe. oUon.A.Lo-r was elected Chairman jV Price Fecretary. 0n6.ot!on,a Committee of .even was ap . , Credentials. The Committet con P0". , rm r.hDDle.of Centre; Nr Price, 1.- J. S.Miller, of Marion; Wm.Hed "..f rn.a: A. Bennett, of "Wolf Riven itHen,of Barr Oak; and J. Brad, ofj oTootion, the Committee -were instructed . :,!;tplT. and transact the neces- i;in. T a.Metn.49 OjjBotion, the Convention adjourned until ,0-c'Mk,P.iI. . . -.ntion met, pursuant to adjournment. . remittee on Credentials made the joe ...; report: P;W VTashington Township James ,- I!,1MT. E. U. .-VlCLrlClian, Aug. jauicr, juu.i , jna;, Andrew Monran, S. B. Seaman, i Wilson, Leander'jIcCIellan, 'Benjamin o-J.Eli Edwards. Coilrt rwi'lip Frank Kotgch, "Thomas ju.TTm.Cbapple, H. L. McAdams, P. Mi ZZa, Robert ...

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. — 26 October 1865

r1' 4 '- qeyy .-v. prJerJfa, 4 j,. ,FaIl Plantingrof jGrapes. Select toot eround on some southern or south' eastern slope, or any dry land that yon have; ploir ftfrbm.fiTiiBea.VfctwCTty'inchesdeep, with a plow bo constructed us to. ran in the same fur row, which' can be done 'at a very' little cest; xhen, lay your notionor -inclination, ;fronr4x 4 to 4 x 10, according to the kind of grapes joa kirn to cultivate.' If yon cultivate ,dWarfisb growers such as the Delaware, Rebecca, Diana, perhaps 4 1 5 is a. .very good distances If Norr ton's Virginia .Seedling, flerbcinnot, Concord and Taylor Bullitt 8 x 10 is' not iaY apart. Plant your vinesas.scon as. jotfcan take them op in the fall opnicurelbem'fijto the nursery; and when done, hill the"rowsup as yon would , com; careriogjour vine entirely. If .you fail j to do this, the ground will- settle around your Tines, form a basin, and hold too much water, which will injure, if not entirely kill your tines. That is the whole secret. Now whe...

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. — 2 November 1865

in -- J'.iK.'A'SB r J1iriiWwniijrii..-JWiwtWMtw)JWaai -nir i iu-t. ttw n ..f sps fii - ,. ".v'Tvl ,;k i$t , tfl, - rs p -jj igp i - . 4 , , xk " - H -j ! jk.j ----- J -JJT5Vndl - - - -C' 4 fbttg BTvf , id fc-".-.. J - - f .. -, s- . - jm ? -, .. : . i ua - . . j. K- v'ix ;ca -1 '!'$ i.-; - 5. tm --.', ji-rt-J- ..' r .- ""- r '---: i ,z.atavT .a- y -.... I? 4 . . -- , - . ,. I i t . . iiv j '' - C - I 'A. 1.4 . A t &. VS jfV . Id' JHHIJ13I 842$ SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER, y VOLUME IX. NUMBER '18. j Vmtt fktefi- GIVE THEM iWOBK. i v - TbercDmt from blood wailied fielJi of itnfe, Where hpnff the battle's an-ry clod JU rolled from out the cannon throat The battle anthem ton and kad; from 6eM where rained the litatln; lead. Aad leaped the scorfhlDg flames or bell; " kretuwr a noble deed vrai wrought, A& nan a hero foojht and fell. TbfTCome from many a totlome match O'er m;ed roads and ontrod ways, TTtit rchoed to the tramp or feet From moro to otjbt Uirooh wear days. Tbey ...

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. — 2 November 1865

r"syy"i.,T tjpr?? - ""i--S-v-ir- -mi ""T" -jsww- Srfr- SI) e Kansas $ljtef. SOL. MILLER, EDITOR. WHITE CLOUD, K AITS AS: Thursday, : : November 2, 1865. Independent Kepublican Ticket. For State Sfnn'pr, SOL. MILLER For Representative, 1st District, JOHN H.. UTT. ,UEor County Commissioners, GEORGE W. BARB ' HUGH ROBERTSON. JOHN- P. JOHNSON. j. For Sheriff, - ENOCH G. CRABB. -,For County Treasurer, ; .FRANK M. TRACY. - For County Clerk, "CHARLES RAPPELYE., i . - For Register of Deeds, r DUNCAN MoINTOSH. For Assessor, rft ;;erasmus f. dixon. For Coroner, STEPHEN BROWNELL. For Surveyor, nENRY WILSON. Go to the Election. Let every voter go to the election, on next Tuesday; Tho only way in which the true wishes of the people can bo expressed, is for ev ery legal voter to attend the election, and vote his sentiments, disregarding urgings, coaxings, and all other appliances to the contrary. There arc two tickets in the field. One was nominated by a Convention compos ed of a few men, not rep...

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. — 2 November 1865

fnuomfiS5- . -ZZ Probablv the worst fTW"" Democratic leaders was Srcfed to ignore their platform.. MSn of support to Present tey lost both ways. If tb.fr pen.-t,wo- 1Bej, ..ill the Union leaders & i the reworks aod not J"uld be preferred. If it was ! "1 and destroy them. And so, odIThed8trustortheoneand the con " me other side, they fell into grievous sp 0I '' ., !.., the Toledo Re- Jf r b vVc-rul.; noted the "sign, of c' ... that we will have an unusual They say that ...;mei."Jlu" '" . . thU Winter, iney carir.' the Summer is always follow (fflf falls of snow in the Winter, and .v.t the character of the Summer is ai vdto the character of the Winter in "J"" . oar last wet Summer was in 1855 'J " a0and It trill be recollected that '"t,r of '55--5G afforded more sleighing j Winter since. . :i . th Post, from Washington, Sir McPherson, Clerk of the House of LeDutives. says he will not put on the E ' the namc of m pTn "" ESI8 u . . n it. liaa KoAM ID i.-to be elected from a dim u. ....

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. — 2 November 1865

m1 z-rzi' jytESfeWetclring 080 orftcLafgcst aafi Best Selected Stocks of ',1- u. 1-M' Ever'brtraglit to this Harkct, ...a -"ii. if-"-" .y.oji .. .AjB&& & "3rL5ST32EliirH! """'tfARDWARS, QUEENSWARE, GLASSWARE' ,'i'ir HATS AND OAPS, . -KT Swr A Good Assortment of dofoingrr And we'would call Especial Attention to our large Stock of cj V '.1 ,mm&km s-rtWi ' . V -. " WHICH ARE .UN&VERSALLY BROUGHT; -TO THii. COUNTRY. .". White Cloud', Oelob'er 5. lSGp. C" lOOfj JACOB 'mF imijLiiJL m. v l"isH.i.l .m1 sl m. kJ SljmM.mi (Successor to Clia.xles Josepli,) ' , , , HAS REMOVED HIS STOCK TO Bfiggs-'Store-Eodm One Door Below Bailey & IMoyes', WHERE MAY BE FOUND A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF 5-? ?H iiw READY MADE a; Hats, Boots and JjgfpSZttAJEZE, GLASSWARE, . ' HARDWARE, CUTIESY, NAILS, ,OITTi Splendid Jewelry, Rfotions. -;TM 1VI til Jb 'Jtrfi.'Li'iU'.i.'S, AND A CEXERAL VARirIT OP CHOICE GOODS, I j3 Oi t. 13 (! ALL.,OF WHICH WILL BE SOLD r ICE CREAM 1TLL BE KEPT TWO White, .Cloud...

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. — 9 November 1865

- i !& r.&i . 'iu .." i - ' . ?, 9 :5 .7 .i .-?&TnfT l s SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. "' THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. ". i TERMS 52.80 FER ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. &C M , Cloud .Jv4 99 KJI" JJvJi' 4r VOLUME IX. NUMBER 19.v nice f ntfaj. THE YACAHT PLACE. pxiVs b vacant plc in Ifit eircU, And an empty chair br tba hearth, Wlieo the reninj bidovri gilbr, And the ereninj Imp. an lit; TbeiVi a vacant place in the circle, U'bteb no lonr lines with mirth, AnJ an empty chair br the fireside. Where of old he nied to tit. Ah! is vi the Jar when he left ei, Bat saJJer now to ni all, Are tlti joUIen dart of proml. As we ;sze en hit vacant plica; And ladder still when at twilight The shadows l-in to fall. At we look at th one chair empty. And think oHiiskindlr face. It bade oi remember his coming, When the gcod time thoald corue roend; And never his voice once faltered, For his heart was Lrave and trne: Then we heard the 'shrill fife's scream icy, And the load drams rattlinj ...

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. — 9 November 1865

""-SSji -'-j- -.-n Tsas? ; f-i' a.1 ;jey.'.'. lfe Kansa0 I)ief. SOX.. MILLER, EDITORi WHITE CLOUD, XAKSAS: Thnrsday, : : November 6, 1865. 1st BcprescHtatlre District. The election in this Township, on Toes day, resulted in tbo choice of Charles Pox for Representative, by a majority of 16 votes over John H. Utt. It was not known that Utt would have any opposi tion, nntil a day or two before the elec tion, when Fox was brought ont ; and, although Utt received 119 majority in White Clond, she was overcome by Iowa Point and Highland doubling teams on her." Wo have nothing to say against Mr. Fox, nor those who brought him out and voted for him, except as regards the rea son why it was done. It was. an exhibi tion of local prejudice and enmity, which should have been permitted to die ont long ago, and which we thought bad in a great measure died out. In the earlier days of Kansas, every town considered everj neighboring town a rival, and made it a special point to bitterly oppose snch to...

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. — 9 November 1865

-,..- . i wpueipftuwn 4 Sljinaamajifls. 0-Tb"1 JJ JB tht "Whit most men mean to-if-ae' President's plan of reconstrue V'fc. pjrfon of every rebel for the crime S' loyalist for the crime of being er?1 t .t Tear, says the New York Tri tie Democratic speculators invested in l' ,.. .s a '-failure" of the war; this year ,tin Slocum.one of the successes of ir. I8' Je" in th" mrkct " s0,d "jconld'not deliver; we hardly think ,b mil find purchasers a second time. n-The Albany Journal says the rumor that tary Seward informed the English Gov- jfntof 'he proceedings of the Fenians is f it- .J Kaa1lk- mrA flint nil . its lengia "" u., - - . i - -B.iA : KtkTi rlrttm Tm Of? j. ,. cnoh intelligence, and that the v "" - - , in'e JtorJ 5s " Mie M U Is foo,ish' rr The next Legislature of Indiana has a r ;ted States Senator to elect to succeed Hen 's. Lane- Gor- Morton, Speaker Colfax and fjcslleague, Godlove S. Orth. are already aatd for the position. Daniel W. Voorhees . tfi to be the Democratic can...

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