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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 14 December 1865

pWii-w "IJIl.iiib -"-i T8E WORKING fABMia, FOR 1866-Vol. Eighteenth. ENLAUGED AND FINELY ILLUSTRATED. PuilMedMonthly.at No.126 Nassau St.,N. Y., Br WJl. L. ALLISON & Co. 14 Ho.-S28 pp. qto. for One Dollar. SfrciAL CoiTKJEtrross Prof. James X MnM. P. T. Quinu. Esq.. M. E. Dodge, Mrs N. AlcConaughey, and other distinguished wri ters. This long-establUhed Aculturil Journal, mc largest uoiiar paonuuuu iu me nunu, should be taken by every farmer in the United States, and to this end we offer to send it, en larged to 24 pagcs,Foartn Month for One Dollar; that U, from the present time to the close of 186G. To those who tend 10 cents extra for postage, we also offer one of our pre miemjates "Merry Making in the Clden Times" President Lincoln and his Cabinet," large lithograph picture 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 a'l good articles, and f ent direc...

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 December 1865

' T! 5ji fl & &m 1, m . - ' Z& "y a tVH r k h v-m p sa . w SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PCKLISIIER. J. THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. i TERMS S2.00 PER lNXU!rf, II ADVANCE . VOLUME IX, NUMBER 25', j tti; ,- ' WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1865. WHOLE NUMBER, 441." ST ssssssaessssissssiiaiailJlSI.?''"jairw'"; -vojsr ,i,T--, - lT. Z - TTZ lmh Imsfls ut fkfiTj- AS INCIDENT OF FORT WAGNER. 8T H!dBE CART. Krrt VQtr tlilt If place for ds To remetnbt r well, mj lad! let ni, who were nniler the grin; pad knew Tba blood woik we had. Ttit wai the pot wbre oor gallant Shaw U'ai left anion- the dead; "Coned onJer hit niger,w 10 Tbe foci mouthed traitors said. I ihoold cot ipeak to one io joan, IVrhipi. it I do to joo; Dot yon are a soldiet's too, my boj. And joa know what toldipn do. And when peace comet to oar land actio, And joor father nu in his home, Voo will hear aocU lalei of war ai thii, For roan j a year to come. We were repelled from the fort, yon know, And aaw oa...

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 December 1865

pyftjji- WP'UjAmiswujn japua.- watts- lrrHan0a0 M)ief. SOL. MILLER, EDITOR. WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS: Thnrsday, : : December 21, 1865. AtcUIsoa and lYcbraslra City Rail Koad. A meeting has recently been held" in Atchison, to take the initiator? steps to incorporate, under the general incorpora tion laws of the State, the Atchison and, Nebraska City Rail Road Company; and the Corporators announce that subscrip tion books will be opened in AtcbisoDi r ii. lSii, r t . pi. ri' uu iud iuiu ut uauuaiy uc&i. xuu mi lowing are the names of the Corporators, all citizens of Atchison: P. T. Abeil, G. It. L. Pease, 8. T. Walters, John M) Price, W. W. Cochran, and A. H. Hot- ton. Gentlemen connected with -this niove- mentr witb whom we have conversed, as sure as that it is not for bnncombe, bnt is genuine, and that an exam ination of the gronnd for the proposed ronte will be made within the next two months. White Clond is to be a point on the road, and It becomes the dnty of oar citizens to take ...

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 December 1865

c,nI Negotiations With the French m Emperor. . Iae Plan Tar Invading Mexico tfeB was Agreed Upon. New York, Dec. 10. Tbe Herald's Washington dispatch . A letter received ucre from Lon- W1- Mk9 0f the arrival tbe.o of Geo. VStnderB. and of his visiting eeveral orUnt persons whose acquaintance he "T-wben United States Consul daring eg administration. He informed tasapeiw" when be was sent by J.ff. Tlrth to negotiate with Napoleon for re- nimition of the Southern Confederacy. J, was acorded two interview- with the Emperor, and the inrasion of Mexico was Jet-taken in pn'fiunnce of n plnn then 0 rd opon, ior wuicu ajiu.ui - . j liainrr Kprnrfid in EO8B8iM0n of Sonora. Sinaloa and Lower California. flinders adds he remonstrated and offered ncj, greater indncements then Mexico jirfeented, but the Emperor was obdurate. Cessds of Levenwortii Coontt. We ue indebted to Mr. Dnnlap, the efficient Assessor of this County, for the follow io? fifjnres, showing the whole number of iahnbitants, by wa...

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 December 1865

THE WORKING MBMSfc; FOR 1 866-YoI. Eighteenth. ' ENLARGED AND FINELY ILLUSTRATED. PMUhcdMonthly. at No. 12G NassauSt.,N. Y, By WM. L. ALLISON & Co. 14 Hoi. 328 pp. qto. for One .Dollar. SrrcXiX Contributors. Pr.if. James J. Mtpei, P. T- Quinn, Esq., M. E. Dodge. Mrs. N. McConaughpy, and other distinguished wri ters. This long-establiehed Agricultural Journal, tke 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 Urged to 21 pages, Fourteen Month for One Dollar; that is, from the present time to the close of 18GG. To those who send 10 cents extra for postage, we also offer one of our pre mium plates " Merry Making in the Glden Time," " President Lincoln and his Cabinet," large lithograph picture of Gens. Grant and Sherman, the "Straw Yard" or I Oporto Grape Vine. To Canvassers who raise Clubs of subscribers for tho Farmer, wo offer the fol lowing liberal premiums a'l good articles, and sent direc...

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 December 1865

M4jim " 'eofi-im- J--!...,, . 1 -.-r w C3K. ci j'jvacwi m tommpn "Tf -V SlV-i.T-, t r- - - itife jM " 'g ' . ' ' ' "? s j :- u Am IH5jj .' mi rO? SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. i TERMS $2.00 PER ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. J w "1 VOLUME -IX. HUMBEB 26.1 WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1865. WHOLE NUMBER, 442. f. m w-;; tVt " ""? "!- -.",- ?, - '-" " "' ' 'it l0Eft Kansas 'laawwiiFiwJBtfftp hmm r- - vjwbwh -tfjtT- I III IP i II 131 gg a&l HWiBiiy iff " W'sifflffiv' mt incfrg. YD THE THIETY-HI5rH CONGBESS. t Jout o. rurrnr jt. m 0.peeplbcen! mrsyenot " , Uttwit-Tth ehoen of the Lord, To do llis will tnd speak Hit worJT From tlis loud Lhonder ilorra of war .Not man alone hat called jm forth, Cot He, the God of all tba cartli! Tht torch of reojeance In joar li-mli !! qoenchei; onto Him belongs Tht solemn recoaipenio of wrongs. Eooah of blood lb land Iiai seen, And, not bj cell, or gallows stair, hall y the way of God prepare. St to the prdon se...

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 December 1865

W- .-" "i '&$"'--- -HJl " W-- " ' r j. - ". -PVT; -"T"-.- , nK-iwi'xe")!' J"15 pp815 1 Sl)e Hctusas t)ief. SOL. JIILLER, . - EDITOR. WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS : Thursday, : : December 28, 1865. Maine I.aw and. Registry I.n-r. Having succeeded, in a great degree, in corrupting rxansas pom.es oy inducing , the systems practiced in lew "inrfc, the) next rnovo is to enact New York iiws to j T. 1 .! guard against certain social and political evils. Tho editor of the Leavenworth Conservative, who is fresh from New York, can 6eo no good ?n anything that is different from the way it -was done in that State. Perhaps he will not bo sat isfied nntil Kansas has ecqnired nil the rottenness of New York politic, and en acted the entire New York code of laws. The Maine Liqnor Law and a Begislry Law have both been tried in New York, and he insists that the coming L'gislatnre should enact them in this -State. We regard the Maine Law ss a failnro. It has proven so, wherever tried. In fact, any law to fo...

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 December 1865

gpcnal ffotto. 7estixg to ladies. nooestic Dj manufactured by Geo. 1!, t Co. of BoatOD, consisting of 40 t- -j -Mors, are all prepared in liquid &i jw- .. . . .j. f jit elsiIJ vssi do not fade a r &" kht strong and beautiful colors. If jace WW' t. . . .... ,,, h a rel'abIe ar J use the Domestic Dyes. " ,,nbefonr . . r,l t 'nil lira" stores. Price. . -i 05 cents per bottle E1U " . MEYER BROS. & CO , St. Louis, uTboIesalc Agents for South-West. 0T.S3-0tn. "LTon's Periodical Drops. TREVT FEMALE REMEDY FOR "& IRREGULARITIES. , Drops arc a scientifically compounded Preparation, aud better than any Pills, im or Nostrum. Being liquid, thoir ac- ; direct and positive, reudcring them a ?,, jpeedy and certain specific for the of ill obstructions and suppressions of na- 3 Their popularity is indicated by the fact ....t j. 00.000 bottles are annually sold and -aaed bv the ladies of the United States, one "of whom speaks in the stronsest IJr 0r vnUe of theIr zreAi mcrits- They "....

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 December 1865

si " '.dJWPPBPHJWB" 55""-1 PIANO-FORTES. DRIGGS' NEW PATENT. ARE THE ONLY INSTEUMENTS " constructed on a truly scientific principle. They bare greater strength, and will remain longer in Tune than any other Piano. The construction ia simple and natural; all the ex traneous lumber in the body of the instrument is dispensed with; the sound-boards are merely two arched planks or thin rood, like the front and back of a violin; the strings are attached to a strong Iron franc, which Js separated and entirely independent of the case, thereby dis pensing with the old harp form of stringing, by substituting straight bridges, preserving at the tame time the Over Strung Bas3,of which Sir. Duces is the Inventor. By these improve ments we gain much more- vibratory power, at the same time preserving all its purity and richness of tone. They have received the highest testimonials from the Press, and all the principal Artists in the country, among whom are: Haebt Saxdebsox, L. M. Gottschalxc, Mai M...

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. — 4 January 1866

" "?' .? ??PE5y l lUiniiipii' H'ljM 1 .Y2OMrfTJ03 TASS3 ?-':" - "-T - A.vt , - ; -r- 'i "''"i 'JK tf " -S . . 4" - I3B 1 -. t .--a--,.'- SOL. MILLER, EDITQR AND PUBLISHER. VOLUME IX.--NUMBER 27.! mt ffiqi HYKH.TO PEACE. BT H.T. TVCm&kX. Amid the tinted umbra e now. The icarlet vinev and yellow wedi, ' WUh jnclooi tmlle'and peosire brow. See Antoma'tell her crimion beadf. XVhtn Ittt I watched the deepaln; Moe Of sea and iky, her tranquil clow Wli siaiatd bj battle's land hoe, And darkened Lj a nalioni woe. Serene once more, her blazoned creit With porple ball and amber fleece Kindle! the Tiitit of the West With 'Nature! heraldry of Traced ' While frarnl I moke (V6ta burninj leaves With l nee ma fill the crystal air, On shore and op land clustered ifieaVfes The barren's tnellQw lostFe vi'ear. O, Teace! ho listless spell is thine, Tlie sterile end of aimless strife; We fondly linger at thy shrine To hallow, not to deaden life. Thy prelude Relhleheni shepherds heard. Its holy echott...

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. — 4 January 1866

rvw' JC3i&pv "-" -j &ljc Hcmaas Cljief. SOL. MILLER, EDITOR. WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS: Thursday, : : : January 4, 1866, We're1 Oin vWo havo our duds packed for the fa- mons town where all those fellows meet. every Winter, whoso neighbors prefer their room to their company, and there fore sending them off, under tho delusion that it is an honor. Where from thirty to fifty thousand dollars arc annnally ex pended by these fellows in upsetting the work of their predecessois, and getting op contrivances to puzzle the lawyers and Judges. Where each of these follows draw from 8150 to 8200 from the State Treasury, and scatters' it and as ramrh more beside among the various charita ble institutions, such as billiard saloons, hotels, and festivals. In fact, the little remaining character of members of the Legislature requires that they should so distribute it; for if they should return homo with enough money to buy a re spectable dinner, their constituents (those who opposed thoir election...

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. — 4 January 1866

rr I to too. of Mfc. all Notices. -TrsTING TO SADIES. njmesticDjcs manufactured bj Geo. fteJV t c0.f of Boston( consisting of 40 S- j mIob. " rparel In,1 i"JelL.iire easily used do not fade, and . f8" . m iron" and beautiful colors. If ace o"5"" . . .. .. ,.. j: -i.i f.v .rtliiblearucic iur uj'"a j"" .fL'li I ., m .meats, use me -uomesiic xjes liric"c . . r.,r,i at all drusr stores. Price, -L.ttia"' 1 Ia 25 cents per bottle. ".rVER BROS k CO , St. Louis, Wholesale Agents for South-West. 23-Cm. not. Ttoh's periodical Drops. :I,,..p PPMAT.R REMEDY FOR jS GK& r,7, a niTiPR I IKftwUUU" , Drops arc a scientifically compounded '-, Piration, ana newer man any mis, ' iir or Nostrums. Being liquid, their ac f -.direct and positive, rendering them a 'ii. roeedy and certain specific for the of ill obstructions and suppressions of na " Tjeir popularity is indicated by the fact iaaed by the ladies of the .United States, S one of whom speaks in the strongest rJ t.n nf iheir irreat merits. The...

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. — 4 January 1866

" ' -'- ' tijjuu jpshm" Ls" r sswgpsmiW-1 ujimji mm I t" PIANO-FORTES. DRIGGS' NEW PATENT. ARE THE ONLY INSTRUMENTS - constructed on a truly scientific principle. They hare greater strength, and will remain longer in Tosx than any other Piano. The construction is simple and natural; all the ex traneous lumher in the body of the instrument Is dispensed with; the sound-boards are merely two arched planks of thin wood, like the front and back of a riolin; the strings are attached to a strong Iron frame, which is separated and entirely independent of the case, thereby dis pensing with the old harp form of stringing, by substituting straight bridges, preserving at the same time the Over Strung Bass.of which Mr. Duces is the Inventor. By these improve ments we gain much more vibratory power, at xhc-samo time preserving all its purity and richness of tone. They have received the highest testimonials from the Press, and all the principaiArttsts in the country, among whom are: IIakxv Sasdeuo...

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. — 11 January 1866

mCjtaminf(l3 faAiaaSHI .iiiKiaansi "rf r s t ''.au ..ill.',. .'1 rv' ..-; ,-;m.v .h$$ &.? lAj 3fi: 'J"'.!.; ? ji t?ka 4&L I-'' 80L. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. . i . THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION! TERMS $2.00 PER ANNUM, 15 ADVAXCE. : VOLUME IX,--NUMBER .28.! WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 11, 1866, HVHOLE NUMBER, 444. ' r:.,ATT T ffWT ;! t . . - ,,: .... , , 3 i' '- in . ?vmtK?2f&Ef g fttliMS mmmmmmmrmmmmT'mini;ihlr-- -, i itt p$$- THE BOBTHEBS S3L. im nuios to urr thx ructi"; , Ob, yes, Int Sonthera (trl, J A"i glory ' B oi. And boast with a greater pride ''' Than glittering wealth or fame. ' bit (boojb the Yankees' bated .flag O'sr yonder building flirt, ... Oar great diilreis we plead to them And draw oar rations than. Barrahl barren! For the tinny Soalh wall work, Bat while for Soathcrnt btat oar htani , Wall lira os Yankee pork. Til bard to play taeb doable part; Unlady-tile 'til too; Dat than it ehows wbat Sonthera girls For Soatbem rights will do. We're...

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. — 11 January 1866

IwanimwSKiWjp, IL "JJBajmnyLLl ' - J.'8tfH'. "S."y Bl)c Kansas (Eljicf. SOL. HILLBB, EDITOR. WHITE CLOTJD, KASSA8: Thnrsday. : : : Jasiary 11. ISM. A New Paper. Messrs. Ticknor fc Fields, Boston, commenced the publica tion of a Weekly paper, on the 6th inst., entitled "Every Saturday, a Journal of Gboica Reading," 6electeJ from foreign current literature, in which the cream of the best foreign periodicals will be repro duced for American readers. The plan embraces: Incidents of Travel and Ad venture; Essays Critical and Descriptive; Serial Tales, Short Stories, Poems, Bi ogrpby, Literary Intelligence, dec, with jadicions selections from papers on Sci ence, Discoveries, etc. It will be the aim of the publishers to make this the best paper of itsclsver published; and as the enterprising proprietors make every thing go they take hold of there can be little donbt that "Every Saturday," will, in its field, be like tLe "Atlantic" and "Our Young Folks" in theirs unrival ed. "Every Saturday...

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. — 11 January 1866

TW WIM ''l"H ?y m JfotjttS. ,- Geo. ' ..: TltM ml! iWfTk. nf Boiton. consisting of 40 a t Co- of Boiton, consisting oi vt H-T-tei. e all prepared u m B , colon, are an preiv- . i--- olort, are all P lvht strong and beantifal colors-. If JTrelUble article for dyeing your old a'"" -.a - -a n. ullil IIWAA j - -. rmenis. jjge me ' wam "; cf6 L u. fcnnd at all drug stores. Price. rtrftU"1 . .... nere" .a 95 cents per pome. ,5 vKYER BROS. CO , St. Louis. Wholesale Agents for South-West. bottle MT. -""" -TwsPerieilcal Dreps. f r rREAT FEMALE REMEDY FOE iflE REGULARITIES. - . rtmns are a scieniincaiiy compuunucu "Snlani bet.eY than any Pills, , prePir"..:i!L. ;.. lionld. their ac- l scientifically compounded ,nd better than any Pills, ns. Being liquid, their ac ositive, rendering them a d rcertain specific for Uie ins and suppressions of na"- '"YrVor Nostrums. P!! direct and positi powders. tonid!l '" j, direct and posivive, raig W.''d,! and rcertain specific "'nS-nrtloM and suppressions 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. — 11 January 1866

BBsBBBB.iMEMEispMPsws ' gmm'-i i M'"1 'Jjmwhp1' ' - ii i 1 1 1 1 1 ii i i gmiL t i r? i i in ml ' ' ' '' il'mnifniiiiii f "jhi ! jt e ao x awr . -- s, , u ,..,- A e- ,hmi' kiw vv .-n-, nii,imii,i n n inl n lw M ..i. wiJi. a ia mil hiwiium ,i n. n .. ,M in ' ' wm"" .HaBBBBBBBBBaaTIBBBBWMBBWaBBaBVaeaBaBaaBBBBBBaaaBaBBBBBBBBBBBf, i . I Z. ' ' - ' -rrz r PIANO-FORTES. DRIGGS' NEW PATENT. ARE THE ONL'Y INSTRUMENTS " constructed on a truly scientific principle) They hare greater strength, and will remain longer in Tune than any other Piano. The construction is simple and natural; all the ex traneous lumber in the body of the ins'rument is dispensed with; tho sound boardsare merely two arched planVs of thin wood, like the front and back of a violin; the firings' zre attached to a strong Iron frame, which is separated and entirely independent of the case, therehy dis pensing with tne old harp form of stringing, by substituting straight bridges, preserving at the same- trrae the Over Strurg ...

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. — 18 January 1866

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Publication Title: White Cloud Kansas Chief
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 18 January 1866

'ill-m'-ujiJS'iHtWvi.j J-s-all - ljc ISattsftis tfljufr SOL. MILLER, - EDITOR. WHITE CLOTH, KAK8AS: Tkirstay, : : Jauary 18, ISM. Editorial Correspomdeace -From lire Capital. - Topkka, January 11, 1866. "We are not prepared to sty that a trip over the prairies of Kinsas, in mid winter, tia Kennekok and Grasshopper, is on f the pleasures of life ; yet, con sidering the pleasant weather dnring the trip just made, we cannot complain of -euKh discomfort attendant upon it. In fact, a number of pleasant episodes occur red, among which, the one that will Ion gest be remembered as a green spot in a dnll journey, was the procnring of a pot of hot coffee at "Pap's House." "There was no discount on that coffee. The beauty. of it was, that it would, have tasted as well under any other name. Had we called for tar water, corghnm, or ful ler's lye, that same article would have filled the bill, as well as it did for coffee. The presence of half a score of little Horrals, who looked as if they had g...

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. — 18 January 1866

if. CrrTdav the Rev. Tbedore ?.rlSrew York, married a coup- t iBji",- . . a rctnrnea Ifc lb.8.. "i,ii,r. who had Wo. five hoc- rolonteer , , . attached to 5nTonr BiKt-y hospitals, where he D I 11m placed by order or me onrgeuu, J-t him dead. Signs of an.. kfPn were discovered before it was too 0 .nd tbo soldier was restorert 10 ''"tth and has taken a wife tobimself to Si,ppyhi8fataredayg- -jJJHUNDJJURSERY. Tie gubscriber, thankful for past fvors. vinleasnre in offennglua patrons and the "ine rurally a large and cho.ee lot of Apple Trees, Also ' PLUM, r QUINCE, PEACH, AND CHERRY TREES. rmOREESS, ORNAMENTAL TREES, Grapevine', Shrubs, Flower-, &c.,.c. Tim now prepired to till all orders, so that f.rnersand others need not purchase their .la from irresponsible parties from abroad. a every Spring and Fall complain that their ey as thrown away, for their trees did not eZvi in your orders early, and I will try to vifthcm satisfactorily. I have sold 30.000 Zttin this County. There are 2...

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