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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 18 January 1866

iimjmq.. "U'PiBI"1) ""' ' '"ISWi PIANO- SDRIGGS N EWP XTENTV 1 ' A RE THE ONLY INSTRUMENTS constructed on a truly scientific principle. They hare greater strength, and will remain loneeriu Tuse than any other Piano. Tbe construction is simple and natural; all the ex--traneons lumber in the body of the instrument ' Is dispensed with; the sound-boards are merely two arched planka of thin wood, like the front -Md back of a violin; the strings art attached to a strong Iron frame, whichjs separated and entirely independent of the case, thereby dis pensing with the 61d harp form of stringing, by aabstitutingstraigbt bridges, preserving at the .same time the Orcr Strucg B-vq.of which Mr. Dsigcs is the Imentor. By these improve ments we gain much more vibratory power, at ho same timea prcscriing all its purity and richness of tone. r " They have received the highest testimonials fcfrpo the Press, and nil the principal Artists in cthe country, among whom are: -III KIT SlNOtMOS, Ij. M. GOTTSC...

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. — 25 January 1866

Kyvsyw'W" I'Tm B& m ISe lV 3r - fe t - fl m M - w S0L. MILL E R, EDITOR AND-FUBLISHER. VOLUME IX.--NUMBER 30. -, ii , , .- THE CONSTITUTION AND'THE UNION. i TERMS $2.M FER ANNUM, 15 1DT1KCE. i. a. i kt f 0rfrg. THE BATTLE OF PBAHKLHT. , (Flees the Pt of Gen. f. R. Sherwood, read in Mo ,ut UsH, Ciaeineali, it tbe Anniversary Meeting of Ibe 34 Ami Corps, wt clip lb following lines, oeomem'o nur ef lK b"tl r FnsliUn: (Bors," said the rebel General, pile. With smotkered rije, lh iron bill From or rifled batteries strewed the vale Where tbi rebel le-ions hilled! BeTS,"shieldyoi sever those linet, lo-div " lie pointed lo where our arenj Uj "They will Tall before von easy prey, As erer a force assanlted. -ifsr, fsrtber, the solemn oath record I pledje it now on a eoldier'e word Voor teats shall whiten tbe grass y sward, Tint lieee tee Ohio Rlrer; Aid my hone shall test those waters well, Weea we here reached theirsarginf swell. Bet fiilier " l " S,e r bell, Thii arm will I deliver." Ql...

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. — 25 January 1866

f"-",PS;lyl 'M!1" SOI.. MILLER, ..... EDITOR. WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS: Thursday, : : : Jarmary 25, 1566- Editorial CorrepondcDCcFrom the Capital. -' A Tomka, January 18, 1S66C The Reconstruction tneel'nf;. of which ire spoke id oar last, came off, according to announcement, on Thursday evening last, in "Representative Hall. Governor Crawford presided. The meeting was opened by Gen'. L'aneT in the mosTmod- erale speech we Lave ever heard jhjm make that is, devoid of the blood and thnnder so common in his speeches, and his usual excited "appeals to public, pas- sion, and" his'denunciation of his enemies In fact, it was decidedly concilia'ory, and he professed a desire to be on terms of friendship with every j man in the State, no matter bow wide the "differences here tofore existing between them. The.reso Intions presented were the same adopted by the Leavenworth meet?ng,,oxpressing the fullest confidenco in the 'Administra tion, andendorsing the President's Re construction policy. (Doubt...

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. — 25 January 1866

- --rxr jp7SfpBre-'V"35H 1 a Mrirniald.baabeen ,rl -;)nUentiarv. He is a discharged WV"" fonn.l. on Tuesday. t&,e?,?;, the walls. Ho claims oC? .t m to see a friend of hi in that ." -,. fihli taka 1 tiome- coafine7ri,I to eat. He was well stocked, thia-f,eoS sized basket C""1 wilh " It was believed, however. Chis Senlion was to M t be friend lW,oto escape. Th; jonrnal s.ys r fTbera beld wilh a view to e what h,5w""t maJe by ,aw forthe ,,i(,posal gycfial 'ffottccs. TVTnitESTING TO LADIES. neVomacVje manufactured by Geo. it Reed & Co., of Boston, consisting of 40 J dMtnd colors, are all prepared In Uqnid '. Thev ire easily ustd do not fade, and 1 . ..:.!, .tmnir and beautiful colors. If wish a reliable article for dyeing your Old '"ceir garments, nsc the Domestic D.ies. qJ can be found at all drug stores. Price, i tad 25 cents per bottle. MEYER BROS. & CO , St. Louis, Wholesale Agents for South-West. 'noT.23-Sm. ' Lyon's Periodical Drops. THE GREAT FEMALE REMEDY " ' REGULA...

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. — 25 January 1866

- stew ijgMijH j 'i-yiyf?'rr IJJWWJVUJ- IUJ jy'JUUr,l l. r- tb5T'-"i:"" fjf tf --i jf r;B s PIANO' DR1GGS' NEW PATENT, o 1 ? A RE THE ONLY INSTRUMENTS " constructed on a truly scientific prindpW! They hare greater strength, and will remain longer In Tunc than any other Piano. The eonstroction is 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 thlif wood, like the front and back of a violin; the strings are attached to a strong Iron frame, which Js separated and entirely independent of the case, thereby dis pensing with the old harp' form of stringing, by ubstituting straight bridges, preserving at the game time the Over Strung Bass, of which Mr. 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 cou...

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. — 1 February 1866

i L48.'wpi0jpp! 7T;r -- -v uimuhumv.& .i.2 a .-a. v tauii .& j. "- --:- o:asi ETtiza. 3i' ptw'asi sal' ger .7 surtax A . t. x ' rt i ia - . iK 1., .' ..f - . .'...- - 3A Ki 643 kUiUf Q 1 ' - e- j'fri :.'.l'hfi 3i3 K1- 4- ' ft- . .? . t. . . " tl I.tijcjo ?" nHW '( 131(0 i. p'-J .Tsaaissl iti.a t i.Ii g hi SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER, THE CONSTITUTIONAND THE UNION. - , -. : i TERMS S2.00 PER ANNUM, IV ADFANCE"." ? WHOLE NUMBER, 447. VOLUME IX.--NUMBER 31, J Plu WHITE CLOUfy KANSAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1."' 1866. ' ' CSshEk - SJs'C!i'E-J!i3a- jrir -sV-V"" mr -t- iaasi3MaBt?53s:k -7i-zr'-i.-'i-.'v,iirr-- zl Cloud A-&'Sase'Bse'Bse'a'eBjlB'Bse'K' - t -1 " - - J A u mm df It if f :-r f "F CA T VCBT 91 muw&Wv Ifjutce $ 0rfrg. THE ATLANTIC CABLE. bt riltu vrxvao rucRson. Oh. tenJerlf the han1itjr da Fill bU blue era with fire, Out morn I in the raijMj II fr-n. And oie id oor deiirt . Tbt can ion booms from town to town Our pulse i tr not leu, Th?jn;-bII chime their ticl...

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. — 1 February 1866

t&b Kansas tfljuf. OL. MILLER, ..... EDITOU. WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS: hirsday, : : : February 1, ISC6. Edtteriai Corx-qondciice'Xr'roia toe Capital. Topeka, January 25, 1S66 The Legislative fight this r.-refr; ha been over the bill to donsfe the 500.000 sera ot State lands to aid in contracting three railroad?.' It passed the Senate by vote of-1 7 to 7, -nd is now before tho Eonse. The, vole in that body will be close, and the result is doubtful: The persons who ere now protesting most lu gubriously against the measure, as an at tempt to rob the school fend, arethe self- eirne men, who, three years ago, endeav 6red to "gobble up" tbeso very Utids ,to build a few local bridges, and who wonld now favor the' sale of the lands, if they could have a finger in apposing of the proceeds Ah some men are raising a great dost over this measnro, and threaten to raise anoth or bowl of "Fraud" throughout the State, wo shall briefly refto the condition of the 500,000 acres, and the provisions of t...

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. — 1 February 1866

c..-t.iina rrrifpa -that Union '. i ,; ara EufTennp: a heavier .h ITEUIh1- . en .f .rsecation how Sbellion1 -The public printing lust jear cost 61,--rtnflOO-n.I the estimates for tho current ii. .e'32.000.000. Income Tax like a whirl- mL. ; I 111" V.' iRpcau&e it's a War Tax tiW) i " Forte ) 0pccial Notices. . INTERESTING TO LADIES. The Domestic Dyes manufactured by Geo. H Reed & Co- oI Boston consisting of 49 lides and cIor3' are aU Prepared in liquid They are eaeily nscd do not fade, and Li ice bright, strong and beautiful colors. If foa w;sn reliable article for dyeing your old etttw garments, use the Domestic Dyes. Tley can be found at all drug stores. Price, j5 nd 25 cents per bottle. MEYER BROS. & CO , St. Louis, Wholesale Agents for South-W est. nor. 23-Cui. The -Ma e oil . price, 'Wchngle 8ufecriber.alP:,end ?' they send direct to ST ShiK paj:hei1 prie'es at hich we urnW, CL T' " are not subscribers ml fchief Z T? S Wh. tied to the benefits t&S$l tt , w ,PaW"...

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. — 1 February 1866

"si" ygw&w iwrtawrm n wi iww uim7w - u-s n?v-A.1.". tf ;?., zrs im.eznfL PIANO-FORTES. DRIGGS' NEW PATENT. A RE THE ONLY INSTRUMENTS - constructed on a truly scientific principle. They have 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 instrument Is dispensed with; the sound-boards are merely tiro arched planks of thin wood, like the fioct nd back of a violin; 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 lubstituting straight bridges, preserving at the same time the Orer Strung Bass, of which Mr. 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 Artiste in the country, among, ...

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. — 8 February 1866

?- v.Rr . I i i 4 .w !..& Sft-gCMUM iwimwi - - ..fiii". --. ii j:- .: j .!".:: 1? f w 5S ay ,oli JHLLER, EDITOR AffD PUBLISHER. J- THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. i TERMS $2.00 PER ANNUM, 15 ADVANCE. " VOLUME IX.BUMBER 32. 'WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1866, WHOLE NUMB'ER, 448. " ... - . - -!.;. ,MMJ' JI-JHk vUUl' lw wJi'JM JWI'Jil' Ijoict $Mrj- BE-VISITBD. BT JOII5 O. WUITTICR .kTI. Ls3riIs,"oa tbe Merriinae, Jone, 1865. n. nil of the drams mil the bogle's wailing Ti ti air of a" ' " "'! Jbt ipeer is beaten la hoots of prcnin-, The ibar is the sword the ioUier woiel f,d soft, eioj; hw, oar lowlaad rirer, ,'airr lb teaks or laorel bloom, E.fUr an4 sweet ti bm' heseeraeth. Jit; ai the eoojs 01 peace aaa some. retail tbe teoderer voices of nature Temper the Iriomph, and chasten mirtb, j (a or the iafioite love aad pity for Tallin raartjr aall darkened hearth. jatto him who jives m beaetj for ashes, Aai the oil or joy for tnoorniag Ion-, L,ttlj bills (ire thanks, and ...

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. — 8 February 1866

TV-SXJW" " l)c Kansas (tfljuf. SOL. XILI.EB, - - EDITOR. WHITE CLOUD, XAHSAS: fhirsday, : :': Febraary 8, 1866. Editorial CorrepoadenceFrora tee capital. Topeka, Febroery 1, 1866 The question of the 500.000 acres of land is etill in tba bands of the Honee, where it remains statu quo. It is cur; rently reported that several members from tba Northern Tier, who were at first ar dently in favor of it, have, tbrongb some system of hocus-pocus, been converted to the other side. If so, the mcasnra is probably dead; for it was looked npon ts a tight sqneeze, when those who should bave been its friends were united. When tbosa immediately interested "go back" on it, it is presumed that others, not in terested, but who bad intended to snpport it oat of friendship, will abandon it like wise. We bear it said than one member from Doniphan, one from Brown, .one from Nemaha, and the member from Marshall, are against it. Had they been so in the beginning, they might bave re ceived credit for possess...

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. — 8 February 1866

!i. '". ''T" I N i'l A it n IT JUJUJIB. PEKICK. PENICK Cub Wholesale Patent Medicines and Chemicals, GLASS, PAIHTS, OILS, PUBE WIHES AST) LlftUOES, - wht oil Ait l.a; Stationery, &c, &c. ITos- 3 c3 3 Second. Street, 8T. JOSEPH, ----- MISSOURI. ETWe are the Northwestern Wholesale Agent for Dr. D. Jayne & Sod, and Dr. J. C. Aver A Com and can furnish their medicine in any quantUits. - A'K St. Joseph, Mo., Feb. 8, 18G6. febB'66jl. Special Notices. INTERESTING TO LADIES. The Domestic Dyes manufactured by Geo. H. Reed & Co., of Boston, consisting of 40 shade ad colore, are all prepared in liquid t J J n !" ml mm m n n form. They are easily usu uu. . v. produce bright, itrong and beautuul colors, ii ,ou wish a reliable article fur dyeing your old or new garments, use the Domestic Dyes. They can be found at all drug stores. Price, 15 and 25 cents per bottle. MEYER BROS. & CO , St. Louia, Wholesale Agents for South-West. nor. 23-6m. wV Lyon's Periodical Drops. THE GREAT ...

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. — 8 February 1866

as PIANO-FORTES. DRIGGS' NEW PATENT. 4 RE THE ONLY INSTRUMENTS constructed on a truly scientific principle. hey have greater strength, and will remain ager in Tune than any other Piano. The instruction is simple and natural; all the ex- aneous lumber in the bod of the instrument dispensed with; the sound-boards are merelj wo arched plants or thin wood, like the front ad back of a violin; the strings are attached ) a strong Iron frame, which is separated and ntircly independent of the case, thereby dis- .ensing with the old harp form of stringing, by ubstituting straight bridges, preserving at the tme time the Over Strung Bass, of which Mr. Ouocs is the Inventor. By these improve aicnts we gain much more vibratory power, at the same time preserving all its purity and .ichnes3 of tone". They have received the highest testimonials Yom,the Press, and all the-principal Artists in the country, among whom are: IIlBXT SiNDESSOS, L. M. GoTTSCHALK, Max Maixtzek, S. Thamiko, Theodore EisrjELD,...

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. — 15 February 1866

m n . . HI, JaWIJMIJ . -JL .. v- 3$! Iiiim f.s-il SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. ) THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. TERMS $2.09 PER AXUM, IS ADT1XGE. VOLUME IX.NUMBER .33. j WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1866. WHOLE NUMBER, 449. Tj'jiNipe''" MM. 4 imt f) ndq. MISSIHO. jwn! boon! booml 'l.iilWio!Ienipl fin, j,dtlree;li U,J ""'r gloora tpttki lik the tramp or a drtadfall doom; j tfc. llrra sleeper woke with a etart, id tnlml "fc" should be hi. pin I, it. mp'7 ,n", ,ooa S1"! mnhertbo HixM .honld loie or win, laj wfxrt should he be when the day waa dost. J hi rf rerie could cot Lit) -FiHi! Fell infwa. lb eryj (U il one Ihoijbt of Iht happy put, rjM g!uct that was suddenlr, lovingly east jl.pkuretbat nulled clou to hit hurt, i;'jic. tk' made " WMB '"" "" brtitki"! of prayer, one cherry wold j.ihe mistering ranks, ha greiped hit iworj is! if nrj to the front to eo or ait. j, s kindred cannon roared. iidibondred bugles bland. jij iti ihe ranrparta tha heroes poured r,;. ba...

Publication Title: White Cloud Kansas Chief
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 15 February 1866

mmppm ' '-'l-Bus-'l' ',p$arf-!'&'-- 3H)c Kansas tfljrcff- SOL. MILLER, - - EDITOIt. WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS: Thnrsday, : :: February 15, 1 SGG. Edliorlal Correonance rroiu the Capital. Topeka, Fobraary 8, 1S66. The moat exciting question before iho Legislature, is still the famous 500.000 acres. The first bill having been defeat ed in the Honw, a second was introduced into the Senate, by Mr. Barber, of Dong- lai County, appropriating ths lands to. aid in the construction of the .Northern Tier Road, the Neosho Valley Rc-d, the Eastern Tier Road, the Leavenworth, Lawrence and Fort Gibson Rood, rind the Lawrence and Pleasftit Hill Road. The latter Roa'd was stticken .out, after which it passed tho Scnalo by a vote of 20 to 5. lathis shape, it will probably pass ths Honse, unless it is shoved to the foot or the Calendar, and shares the fate of the numerous bills that are left out in the cold, at the clow of the session. Sinco the Leavenworth, Lawrence and Fort Gibson Road has been inclu...

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. — 15 February 1866

""WfSg.WISRB 5 t i ?J ! fl . rrzvnrecber, ws &ed that hed left a wife -:?reinS.ratogi County, in th Sute llVhs avers that the Lord told him in s 5toSTOMgo was the d-d IS on earth, and that he mnst go and prJ,cb to the Cbicagoans. Anak. the French giant, .stands eight f rtfin bis stockings neighs thirty stone, lift sir hundred weight, and is daily "owg more powerrnl.ls bead is two crowing r -mf.ron nn(i thfl ft three incuca iu fc.,wu-..-. .. . length of his ontsl retched arms is eight feet one men. In the House, on the S:h, the bill pro viding for the dipo'al of the public lands in Alabama. Mississippi. Louisana, Arkansas, andT?lorid, according to the stipulations of the homestead act of May 20, 18C2. was passed. During the irar. an excited orator on the stomp declared that the women of the country "could chnrn out the-pubho debt jo a few years. Judging from the present price of butter, they have commenced apon the business already. It is reported that Gen. Fisk will soon publish...

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. — 15 February 1866

""Sa'ly.!1"" t ,fagavyiy ' w r PIANO-FORTES. DRIGGS' NEW PATENT. A RE THE ONLY INSTRUMENTS! constructed or a-truly scientific principle. They'have greater ttrcngth.'ead will remain tnim ! .. ?. m. a'S. f)!.t. vT,k.jt 0Aa . WLk T aonstruction is simple" and natural; all'the ex- K p T QrfBlli a,. E. Dodge. Mr.! 8! WORKING FA8ME8, FOR 1866-Vol. Eighteenth. ENLARGED AND FINELY ILLUSTRATED. PublMedMtniUt, at No. 126 Nassau St., N. y', By WJI. t. AIXISON & Go. 14 Xoe. 328 pp. qto. for One Dollar. traneous lumber In t!ae body cf tLe Instrument U dispensed with; thrsonad-oeads are merely wo arched planks of loin vcct, li-C the front nd back of a violin; thfi strings are attached to a strong Iron frame, whicbia separated and aotlrely independent of the case, thereby dis pensing with the old harp formof stringing, by ubstituting straight bridges, presenilis at tfie tame time tLe Orer Strung Bass, of which Mr. Daxocs U the Inventor. By these improre- Sients we gain much more vibratory powe...

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. — 22 February 1866

a&-- It . r -m. . Mlhtr- N 1 , j "- PWa a- I'rii. i -- r-uv -rJ i,j . -itfi2K .- lrt n!4ri.ij i),,;n"? -w;i. VJr 1 Anl'rtl ' A ' ""ai u":a' " ' 3 1 "- ei..a V- -.c',.-,,, t, - i-.vf.'J ?av.kaH "!Ci!'193I.',:i'''!l3S uvri ,-c ir. -, .. -i.l .... ,nnj.iiic .jos V "t ni ni 35;. i ,,m s-ye- -,. ' '", . ,: . -a-wj :. I: ,. .- ?FA? .cupio STIHW , 5 . . -, - r o - , t6. ... U ."$T r . III iiaiiiiillswsr liaT.I Ml 'I WW Hff' ll1ITllll anwi.jai ai . --c-SarSfirfilsTfeii- T'-. , - - - .;. ..J it . u UCD1 &r ,T ! mw. SP' i yvi' '' StJa :.ir :. . sw pw- 7 v II I I ' I - . .. . ,': r SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND FUBLIS1ER. J, THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION- -TERMS $2.69 PER AANCM, IJF ADVANCE.' .3 ! -rrf a VOLUME IX, HDMBBB ,$& i V t'Jf WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY ;22, 1866. WHOLE NUMBER, '450.- .SJ dilutee Wadxfr ... HABTZST AKD VDITAQE. , BIA.J. U.DCGITKI. I drained of mintloai hnrel I itnmti or a Thrtihin-.Fkwr, WTiW Men Iil'pI, by AB(U twun, Wet !""'' i"'e'"elel Hore; i Al...

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. — 22 February 1866

rTWr,sX- m SSSor" i- h-'-mj.' imwi aupi1 y ' Sljc Kansas l)icf. OL. MILLER, - EDITOR. WHITS. CLOUD, ROSAS: Ttani&y, : : : Felriary 22, ISM. Kdltorlal Correnoadeacp Frew Ibe'CapttnL. Topeka, February 14, 1S66. This is a rough old anniversary of 8t Valentine. The hardest snow-storm of the season occarred last nigh!; and this morning, the gale is throwing and drift ing the mow in every direction. Last night, Lincoln College liad a Fair; and in returning from it, many .persons. lost hats and cloaks, while some lost them selves, and wandered abont in the storm for & long-time.. Fortunately, noj lira were lost. The 600,000 acres question is now un der disenssion in the House. The Leav enworth members. are vising with' those from Atchison in opposition to the bill in fact they far excel them in bitterness. Bat this is not strange, as Leavenworth has invariably united against the North ern Tisr, in qnestions concerning onr lo cal interests. Bnt it is a long lane that has no tnrning ...

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. — 22 February 1866

r 4 ggnttT ffoticea. jVTEBESTING TO I.ADIES. ne Domestic Djcs manufactured b, Geo. lJ . & Co., of Boston, consisting of 40 1'totfd colors, are all prepared in liquid ,h t... re easilv used do not fade, and fnrlD. "' - ,.,.-, ,r . . l.; Tit. atronc ai naDeauuiuivwuiB P .i,h reliable article for dyeing jour old Garments, use the Domestic Dyes. ercw be found at all drug stores. Price, iS.nd25;entsl'erboU,c" . . MEYER BROS. k CO , St. Louis, Wholesale Agents for South-West. nSY. .aS-Cm. " i von's Periodical Drops. tap oS"t FEMALK REMEDY FOB THE grYrrEGULARIT1ES. The Drops are a scientifically compounded , m ..wnaration. and better than any Pills, fla.d prep". " neie Iin.ud, their ac n"l. direct and positive, rendering them Table. eed7 and certain specific for the reliable. , jj .'.,.. ,nd snDDressions ofna- TZ Their popularitj is indicated by the Tact SS "orer IO0S0O bottles are uiuIIthH and Earned by the ladies of the United States, ?rv one of "bom ipeiks in the strongest 2S of pra...

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