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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 9 November 1865

IMJftuu.iJ Jar Jfarmer. House Culture of Flowers and Vines. There are many beautiful botanical expert Bents which can be conducted in the house du ring winter, which are not embraced generally in the list of flowers and vines to be found in our parlors and windows. How many of the fair readers of the Tele graph hare the beautiful vine of the sweet po tato running over their tnantleshelf J This pret ty sight can be enjoyed by placing asweet pota to in a tumbler or other glass vessel, with wa ter, passing a pin through the tuber so as to keep the lower end from one to two inches from the bottom of tbe'vessel. Keep on the mantle shelf, in a warm room, and every1 day give it sun for an hour or two, and in a few days root lets will begin to appear, aiming for the bot tom of the vessel, and in two or three weeks the eye will begin to shoot and rapidly grow and run upon suspended twine or any little trellis-work prepared for it. The dioscorea batalus is the prettiest for this purpose, when...

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. — 16 November 1865

".'WJi-'" "j'T'If;'"!:; -i rnn iivtrtr1 . 'A ailT 3JAH8 770 .OTfiHBaAW KC :f?j . ' TJ ttt , -.: a .if -? o - - a K J lUffiti n a- 1. Hr 1-1 - v. X IBr B IB I I I ' I VBJt. I I II I I" I BSaHBi . ... 131' 1L I ltJILtb' M Jill7 ; .If- ,,. 1 u & 55' r r V 'Ny Xr vw ''NJw t3t 'wHO' J'ar veaW e CaVA'aaV VBV Saafe' eaW SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. ;. -''', "T -1? :!?ij VOLUME ILJSCMBER -.;20; ' Sr- 1 i t ' a. ,i ' 1 " " - - "I ' - ; :r-r" j t- . :, j. - jr0 " -. i TERMS-. . i THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. $2.88 TER AffffVfl, iy ADTAJftE. r.WraE-CLOUJ),-KANSAS, "THDKSDAy,-K0VEMBE8 16, ; 1865. -"'.u'luuii-uuiiterB naa oeea hpj- world:- uu1Ub.wuh(iih lorgDitea THE PEACE AVtmn.L 1 lutBt.' wmrrfri! "' i9 .njE Think God for nit, rbtrenoo moltit, And none can maksafrajil For Peico lht iti i Plenij'i "nest, Beoeith th bomeiMad'i.ihxIe! , c ' Xrin plVe ind'jnn,"tlii iword'i ndhcontg, " The cyoi broken chalm2 c- Mi 11 then tt.the LUckimltliJi fbrjt,; To pon;hs!isrM for oorjilaiai.. Allk...

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. — 16 November 1865

fw'tf iwwpyww'u'ityi Jiaui "km. l)e Kansas t)Uf. SOL. MILLER, EDITOR. WHITE CLOUD, KAHSAS: Thursday, : : November 18, 1865. Bomctblns Brewing;. The signs of the times indicate that trouble is brewing in the political ele ments of Kansas. For severs! months past, we have heard rnmors of a big qnarrel between General Line and Sid. Clarke in act, one of Lano's best friends at Lawrence states, in a pnblic letter, that sncb is the fact Then we bear vagne intimations of radical changes in the disposition of Federal patronage in Kansas. The Topeka Record, in a recent issne, also lets fall a hint of pome sort-of a political overhauling. In ad vocating the election of Secretary Law rence to the Legislature, it states that in the political re-organization.. which will take place within the next three months in.Kansas, Lawrence will be found work ing with tho party that will control the State. Lawrence, be it understood, is under a self-imposed oath always to vote for Jim Lane. Then, there is ...

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. — 16 November 1865

' m.itjpi&m.-p -wv'tfeMywww-!.? 9T 7171 " CatHwlIc. Brownlow, in hi. rebel Venti rXaS an intense Methodist, com " .the Catholic clergy of his sec f,lS the following reehion: crc the Presbyterians. Methodists ffiitlrt. h.va been apend.ng thsir tflI?on politics. ndtr,,ng to poll -"!. Government end bnild np B one annihilating their schoole 'l&M-the Roman Catholics have ,.J college . . ;. . ,t.n:r rB. AnoliBZ weir eucf,"-" ....... -- K? .'d hence they have made astonisn- nrt5. ana mjj nuw ud " Hr ip 1 . free fieht, almost witbont Pro m5tion. Many of the Pro- t clergynien have taken to the m lff"te uw of ardent Fpiritaj :o profane VV't i nnnrinns IviD?r cheating end "jting" While Protestant ministers in 'i'sooto have, as a general thing. fallen rce, disgraced themselves, and do- rtd their inflnence for good, the Ro Snore importance than politics, kept r . .1 MllcireB nnder way. The re- I K,tofthw minding their own business. A on tbe war. is now to be 6een in C'pjrU of the United...

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. — 16 November 1865

gpuuu-i.. j .miiui.jjp i. -se- " ' " """ S HIT Mill! Faculty r GOV. SAMUEL J. CRAWFORD, President. T. B. MILLS, aid RE?. J. D. KNOX, Principals!, Professors of the Science of Account!, Mercan tile Arithmetic, and Lecturers on the General Laws of Trade, Exchange, Banking, and Business Usage, Jc. HON. JACOB SAFFORD, and HON. c. ic. gilciirist, Lecturers on Commercial Imw. . N. T. TOWNSEND, Professor of Spencerlan Penmanship and Com mercial Correspondencs. R. G. MARTIN, Assistant Teacher of Book Keeping and Tsls graphing. J. 31. HARTEY, Superintendent of Telegraphing, vith Assistants. HON. FRY W. GILES, (Banker at Topeka,) Lecturer on Business Cus toms and Correspondence. REV. PrTER McVICAR, Lecturer on Physical, Moral and Mental Culture. REV. J. B. McAFEE, Lecturer on Political Economy. For further iuformation, send for large Cir culars. Address MILLS & KNOX, Principals. Or N. T. Toivnsekd, Secretary. Oct. 19, 1663. HEART CRATES.' HARTET SEBUM. GRAVES & SEBURN, HIAWATHA, KANSA...

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. — 23 November 1865

-- 3&?l V nsasm .T - . ' iT I. .. ly I? SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. - TERMS $2.00 PER AXKU9I, If ADVANCE., B. VOLUME 1X,--NUMBEH 21. i WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1865. WHOLE NUMBER, 437. V "" Cloud KflttSflS ice Mjj. HETTY McEWEN. ia incident of the 'Occupation of Haifcville. MX IVCT HAMILTON IIOOrSE. a , J 0, Iletry McEireM Hefty McEweol Whl " t,ie "JTT rebrli Join, Ttiit Aotomn day, in XaihvUle town! Thej looked aloft, wi.h oath anil frown, jitti taw the Mars and tribes wave high, ,Aiinst tlte Live oftlie tunny iky; Keen wii l' oxht and dirk tfie frown, AnJ lo-J the -hoot of "Tear it down!" Forovrr Vai1mIle, far and tritte, Relrfl banner' the breeze defied, liiniBsbearen witlicrlmion bars; Only the one old "Stupe, and Stars" Wave J where Antnmn learei were strewing, Boofld ibe home of Hetty McEwen. Hetty McEwen watched that day, Where her ion on hit death-bed lay; She heard the hoarse and an-ry cry -r The blood of 7G " ra...

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. — 23 November 1865

HtFJjirjP'.iww lO''J5gBSP " " " iSl)c Hans as )tf. ' BOL. MILLER, - EDITOR. WHITE CLOUD, KAHSAS: ThHrsday, : : NoTenber 23, 1865. Negro Suffrage. This question, which has been permitted to rest for a while past in Kansas, is again being agitated, this tim apparently, by its opponents. Tbe Garnet! Plaindealer, particularly, Deems to be greatly bothered over it so mnch so, that it cannot con fine itself strictly to tha trnth in its J is cussions. For example, when it asserts that the Chief has denounced all men as Copperheads who opposed negro voting, it shoots wide of the trnth. The Chief has dons no sneb thing. Tn fact, tbe most we have said abont negro suffrage, bas been with reference to the Sonihern States, which never can be made thor oughly Union until the loyal blacks are allowed the same rights at the polls a tbe rebel whites. However, we have not the horror of some people against negroes having justice done them. We do not think that to slightly elevate the condition of a ne...

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. — 23 November 1865

tBS?-iW IS"-".. - . .9 a awv -( n pre" sl to tUc Democracy. nttatb Wood and Yalianaig t 1 Democracy are not progressing very lm. 7... nrk of convertiog Andy f,stl . .h.ir political faith. After mnch shoeing an-! clapping of hands, S!Wmny hallenjahi as never were d before aronnl the Democratic be'r,n8 bench, tbe brethren who have rrcondt.ct.ng .he revival find the heart tbelr foppoced convert as hard as ever. ?!.... ,w were eivine thanks and ma- ,slad over the retnrn of the lost shrp Ln.mn-ratic fold, their rejoicings ling ".brought t0 a pndden termination by ,' discovery that he hasn't come back tll. bnl is sti11 fritk'DS aboat in A " '''JSiLd.is known by its fruits, and , convprt is krown by h's works meet far repentance. JJoe it mmcaie me hinge f heart which tho Democratic j 0D, have announced in Mx. Johnson ,, iee him hanging the most active Democrats which the lest four years have rrodoredor developed Atzerodt. Payn, rnold. Mrs finrratt. Champ. Fergnon j,l Wirz ? Every ono of th...

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. — 23 November 1865

gSW W& v Bf!5S!!W3t STATE AND NATIONAL BUSKS COLLEGE, TOPEKA, KANSAS. Faeixlty s GOV. SAMUEL J. CRAWFORD, President. T. B. MILLS, and REV. J. D. KNOX, Principals, ProettOTi of the Science of Accounts, Mercan tile Arithmetic, and Lecturers on the General Laws of Trade, Exchange, Banking, and Butinese Usage, SfC. BOM. JACOB SAFFORD, and HON. C. K. GH.CIIRIST, Lecturers on Commercial Tmic. N. T. TOWNSEND, Professor of Spencerian Penmanship and Com mercial Correspondence. It. G. MARTIN, Assistant Teacher of Book Keeping and Teh graphing. J. 21. HARVEY, Superintendent of Telegraphing, with Assittants. HON. FRYW. GILES, (Banker at Topeka,) Lecturer on Business Cus toms and Correspondence. REV. PFTER McVICAR, Lecturer on Physical, Moral and Mental Culture. REV. J. B. McAFEE, Lecturer on Political Economy. For further information, send for large Cir culars. Address HILLS & KNOX, Principals. Or N. T. Townsesd, Secretary. Oct. 19, ieG5. HENRY CUVEJ. HARVEY SEBCRN GRAVES & SEBURN, ...

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. — 30 November 1865

fg!!SL j. mj9 I ' IJi .J' n-Jf- ME tkJF S vas- s ?v i lb He ly- w. aawwi-jjji - ur - . iwjjwiwgw iwmwMte.WF3fc v" - -"" - - - -- - -fjffffr.'.'fitj & . ; a- )h it SOL. MILLBR, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. ) THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNiON. i TERMS S2.00 PER ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. VOLUME IX, NUMBER 22, J WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1865. WHOLE NUMBER, 438. dnlivifh IflttSflS mtt $Mrjj. THE QTOSTIOH. IT XICIU&D XX ALT. "Anear I bart cried In bittlUmfl, W'htn mj beaoilfol heroes perished; Tbc earth of the Lord ihall bloom tab Hint. ftj tbe blood of his niartrrs nourished." "Am":" I hire said, when limbs were hewn. And oor wounds were blue and fhasilv; "Tbe flehof a man may fall xnd swoon, Dot GoJ iball conquer lastlj." JUd "Amenl" aan I onto tho hjmn That rote when oor crowned banners Streamed over the hosts whoso ejei w dim, ftrcaase of their heart' hosannasl Bat 1 will not baielr stab mr dead With a poniitrd-stroke by cmnr "Amfn!' to tbe he that seeks to spread The black ...

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. — 30 November 1865

If " " l)c tiansas &)tt SOL. .MILLER, EDITOR. WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS: Thursday, : : NoveMber 30, 1865. The SprlHg Emigrati Those who are in a position to 'form something like an accnrate estimate, pre dict that there will be snch an immense emigration to the West, next Spring, as has never before been witnessed in any single year. Tbey gay that at least 500, 000 persons will cross the Missouri Itiv er. The emigration to the mining re gions will be very heavy ; bnt ont of the 500.000, Kansas should receive at least 100.000 as permanent residents. The question should be, with the peo ple of this' part of the State, how to se cure a fair proportion of this immense influx. The country along the establish ed lines of railroad will Gil np rapidly. The politicians have denied Northern Kan sas a railroad, bnt Nature has snpplied ns with a never-failing thoroughfare of trade and travel, in the Missouri River. The growth of this section will depend in a great measure npon the efforts of the ...

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. — 30 November 1865

p-r-r t-sj r-'flrar- , gperial 2-Ioticc0. "7-nESTING TO LADIES. nmMt!c Dves manufactured by Geo it Reed & Co., of Boston, consisting of 40 " . -!- .... all nrsmrnl in llOUld hides and coiuib, - vr - 1 ri,...re easily used do not fade, and rXce bright, strong and beautiful colors. If P . t . ..i;.hl article for dveinc your old .- innents. use the Domestic D.ves. . ori"- o ,... ., j ,... pv. Tie; cau "- - - .- hA IiUTlM XL Mil UIUL DWtd 15 and 25 cents per oouie. MEYER BROS, & CO , St. Louis, Wholesale Agents for South-West. t nor. 23-6m. "jjon's Periodical Drops. twf GREAT FEMALE REMEDY FOR 15 IRREGULARITIES. These Drops arc a scientifically compounded fluid preparation, and better than any Pills, Powders, or Nostrum. Being liquid, tbeir ac tion is direct and positive, rendering them a reliable, speedy and certain specific for the enre of all obstructions and suppressions of na ture Their popularity is indicated by the fact that ortx 100.000 bottles are annually sold and cons...

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. — 30 November 1865

jr TCAWSS I Estate and national BUSINESS t TOPEKA, KANSAS. Facility s rt illllliili I) A Illi I II k' I COLLEGE. Mill I lUlilllMM . UllJUill llilllWilMLlU: ,G0V. SAMUEL J. CRAWFORD, President. T. B. MILLS, aid RET. J. D. KXOX, Principals, .Professors of the Science of Accouits, Merean tile Arithmetic, and Lecturer on the General Law of Trade, Exchange, Banking, and Business Usage, Ice. HON. JACOB SAFFORD, and HON. C. K. GILCHRIST, . ft 'Lecturers an Commercial law. N. T. TOWNSEND, Profettor of Speneerlan'Penmantkip and Com v mercial Correspondence. '" R. G. MARTIN, Assistant Teacher of Boole Keeping and Tele graphing. J. M. HARVEY, Superintendent of Telegraphing, with Assistants. noN. FRY W. GILES, (Banker at Topeka.) Lecturer on Business Cus toms and Correspondence. REV. PFTER McVICAR, Lecturer on Physical, Moral and Mental Culture. REV. J. B. McAFEE, Lecturer on Political Economy. For further information, send for large Cir culars. Address MILLS & KNOX, Principals. Or N. T. 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. — 7 December 1865

'-3?SSi?tk-', -- r &,, ;j taajtf ,? - "itses3; - v uijJuW.'i'iMJi W1 i' &n $m w5 ?TJ;cmurrri1S :.(K(Sttnia ta ivs j ; ', .7.1?? -. Jt? fl"' iiTHW r ,7birtT fc 'S t ' 4.1 .fe" "aS Tt- ,SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND. PUBLISHER? ) THE CONSTITUTION AND TI-.E UNION. TERMS $2.00 PER ANNUM, 15 ADVANCE. WHOLE NUMBER, 439. it - VOLUME IX. NUMBER 53. j. WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1865. . i. -TV - ' s - ' -5! . IIP I I I I I ""at " . . . . , t ! --'.." ' " ' i '- i Hit - '"'- W ' 'o.nT -m'. i .rs: " . : , " ? ---- l"aSr5lHas'aaaaaPML-' s- jni ' ,iwrywifci-t-s--.-'i ..aWi, a um fit 9P.aflsos faitfe ''St . - ! . . - -j '-, - 1 ' ' ' . . . - -.- , ,a iMrjl' t& .- 10 TBIUMPHE. T RICHARD RE ALT. Not Tr!ft ill hcmin time, ' ,. Did inj mm orniUcm ' f rhnt foot npoivtHeakf ttiblime- ,t Of MoantTnnifi-nrilioa; Cot firtt to loo; rrewJinj hoori; ( t Of dread an Jolmn letnjf Ch.lM'l battle 'jraiitft Batanle poVenj 'A.one'witl.lbe AiNieeinj; '' t. "" Cod'i jlorj Jiliti no mortal fjrow...

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 December 1865

SB" "vir-ssmszj3v-- --- - f!e,i''9''''---' -yt&? ' Stye ftcmsaa t&ljicf. SOL. MILLER, ..... EDITOR. WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS: Thirsiay, : : December 7, 1865. Congress. This body organized on Monday, with ont mncb difficulty. Colfax was re-elected Speaker, on tbe first hullo?, by a very large majority, over James Brooks, of New York. McPbereon was re-elected Olerk, by acclamation. ' Tbaddens Stevens introduced a bill for Ibe appointment of a Committee to ex amine and report whether any of tbe rebel States are entitled to representation in Congress. The names of Congressmen from rebel States were not placed on tbe roll by tbe Clerk, and many of tbem intended to leave for borne, on Tuesday. In tbe Senate, a number of bills and resolutions were fTered, all relating to the negro. Mr. Wade offered a bill extend ing tbe right of suffrage lo persons of all colors, in tbe District of Columbia. Mr. Sumner offered a bill of a similar char acter; and also a number of other bills and resoluti...

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 December 1865

sfCsM , ti!feSmmv jfocial ffoticcg. ::pTI?fG TO I.ADIES. ' Domestic Dyes manufactured bj Geo. Vj, t Co., of Boston, consisting of 40 B'f ,nd colors, are all prepared in liquid Tber are easily csed-do not fade, and W- . ..v. .t.nr and beaatifol colors. If Z, a reliable article for dyeinr jour old 3 rments, we me u- "J"- of" . . r..? t .11 i1rn stores. Price, It'. ...frnK'"""- ' . nt3 Der bottle. lJlSj(EVER BROS. CO, St. Louis, Wholesale Agents for Soutb-West. TTos's Periodical Drops. r fiREVT FEMALE REMEDY FOR T IRREGULARITIES. . Drops are a scientifically compounded ,?rration, and better than any Pills, fttt. or Nostrums. Being liquid, their ac f;. direct and positive, rendering them a V l al .i ,i,A ..rtin snreifle for the -'llble. PecuJ """ - -r --. of all obstructions and suppressions or na- " Their popularity is indicated by the fact ?!'rrr 1 00.000 bottle are annually sold and iaedbv the ladies of the United States. n one 'of "horn speaks in the strongest ''got praieof ihe.r gr...

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 December 1865

f. - T8I WORKING FARMER, FOR 1866-Vol. Eighteenth. ENLARGED AND FINELY ILLUSTRATED. Published Monthly, at No. 12G Nassau St., N. l'J K Br J1. t. ALLISON & Co. 14 Mos. 328 pp. qto. for One Dollar. firLCiAL Covtobutoks Prof. James J. Mapea, P. T. Quinn, Esq., M. E. Dodge, Mrs. N. McConaughey, and other distinguished wri ters. This long established A.r.LuIlaral Journal, the largest Dollar publication in the world, should be'taken by every farmer in the United States, and to this end we offer to send it, en larged ta 24 pages. Fourteen Months for One Dollar: that is. from, the present time to tne close of 18C6. To those who tend 10 cents extra for postage, we also offer one of our pre mium plates "Merry Making in the Clden Time,,!' I" President Lincoln and h't3 Cabinet," larce litbocranrT' riicturej'of Gens. Grant and Sherman, the "Straw Yard" or 1 Oporto Grape Vine. To Canvassers who raise Clubs of subscribers for the Farmer, we offer the fol lowing liberal premiums all good articl...

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 December 1865

-trsi-r jiihi&zrT wVMf l- '.. lli SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AflfD PUBLISHER. . ij THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. , TERMS $2.08 PER ANNUM, If ADTANCE. ' - - -- VOLUME IX. KOMBEK 24. WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1865. WHOLE NUMBER, 440. - iM-r . i mm m f " - ,i ' - -1 Cjjmtt f ijclrg CAN THE NATION lOZQZtt T a. A. Jioprijrj. ??; kr the infriunoi propofal of Mayor Gonthtr l bars all .l rrcnrJi. that crtr trac of the war mijtd Le remoftd from"ljht. Wfait.bom cp th flaf in ocr victories woa, Ert Fce htr ;td inthfm has scare, h-ont Pitroj the old binnrn onr brore Imiji (tore, Fofj'l ih lriht blow of lh giRntnti iliej wort? Effiee H lh nmlu of tfie conflict m dire, Brmrmb'r no min t!e fire trial br fire? Fpfak not of ifie 5IJ o'rr which Ws!tnel oor ttari, And Lt J oar cmlmed brroet for-et all their scant Go.bM yonder motif r tear oat from ber breast The imi;e of bim who brr bosom one pr?t; Go waih frmn her bean the hrft truer of tear Thit borne.! to deep there in llieae te.ri...

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 December 1865

"' ' - 'fegPMMmiiyi a- i 4 1 Stye iictusas &l)ief. SOL. MIXTVEK, EDITOR. WHITE CLOUD, KASSAS: Thursday, : : December 11, 1865. Decembeh Tebu of Court. Wo baye beard tbe question asked: Of what earth ly nee is the December term of tbc Dis trict Conrt for this County? None, Ibat we can see. Tbero is never much busi ness transacted at it,- and it adds consid erably to tbo expenses of tbe County. The weather is -generally very disagreea ble, and witnesses are compelled to at-, tend, mn'cb to their discomfort. By con tinning Conrt a few day 3 longer at the September term, all basin es3 can be transacted, and a great expense saved to tbe County. Thoso who aro anxions to ba lawing, can then wait until tire March terra." We go m for abolishing' the De cember term, and believe vre conld be 'elected on that issno. Reliance. Wo deem it to be our duty to say to oar readers, that tho most im plicit reliance can be placed in Coe's Oongb Balsam. It will core yonr chil dren of cronp, and yourse...

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 December 1865

-5V-w-T?gfc$p !TOfliiwiS5 m v. ?. ff i The !jcfordince Uwj iu unprecedented, and has S-Ssrdfrf bj the issue. Bat In the r weBnf neutrality pursued by the powers i'0' .d the concessit, there was a mark- df'terials "f war for lhe !nsar?eDt tte .. furnished in a great measure from cites"! ,Zrt fireat Britain, and British eHa!s of Tc . fu,;chirl .YIhoo o Great Britain, and British ' .rnied by Brifsh subjects and prepared ?! ni.h armament, sallied from (brrecei" b Brita:n t0 n, war 0n I" f commerce under the shelter of a Btn-Son from insurgent States. These aBr- .. weaned from British ports rLwards entered them in erery part of 'id to refit and 10 to renew their, deprc t". . 'The consequences of this conduct ,u5.?".8t disastrous to the State3 then in re ,(r increi'ins th ir desolation and misery 'nnilonsition of our civil contest. It Vnoreover the e.Tect. to a greater extent. in the American trade from the sex and BfJLfermchofourhippiiigatil our com. "j to the very power whose uhj cts ha...

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