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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 22 February 1866

(,fi.'."y iy '. MBBWIWHj,' ' " ' ""MIW11- V- , ii .i mn mii IT -' iw-g-iMwiiiMa . SO tJ-i PIANO-FORTES. DRIGGS' NEW PATENT. A RE THE ONLY- INSTRUMENTS " constructed on a truly scientific principle, They bare greater strength , and will remain longer in Tra than any other Piano. The onitruction is simple and natural; all the ex traneous lumber in the body of the imtrument I dispensed with; the sound-boards are merely two arched planks or thin wood, like the front and back" of p. violin; the ((rings are attached to a strong Iron frame, which is separated and atirely independent of the case, thereby dis pensing with the old harp form of stringing, by nbttituting straight bridges, preserving at the same time the Over Strung Bass, of which Mr. Ducts is the Inventxr. By thesei improve menU we. train 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 March 1866

- W,WW1 "'"1"-',7-S3Pfi3 T - 4 rf I , rrt SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. ) THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. TERMS $2.09 PER ANXDM, IBF ADVANCE. VOLUME IX. NUMBER 35.'j: - WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 1, .1866. WHOLE NUMBER, 451. - eaaaaaeaaai aaa hkt lacim r A VISIOS IK THE FOBUM. ar-rnoxu arcnai u. I itooJ wilhm lh. Forum, and I tan , Th. jreat innnij'hal temple., marble white, hr-rio into .plenJer, without .tain or flaw, A world- i Jo wonder and Ux land, dclithtf Then came the yr.at deli.erer. ard hi. way Wa. arclicil with banner, and o'er.trewn with flower., And jobllaat elarions proodly ate med to aay, "United Italy once more ia oora V United Italj!" I cned, and limit My roic. amid the tnmolt of the re.t, U h.a .oddenly pale Brntai from the dait " Araie, and poioted to the bluhin; W'eit. The ladneit died within me. Tor beboU t .aw a Ti.ion on the tani.t .here; A loreljr woman made by anger bolJ, in maniac rage ber itirrjr mantle toit. fcneet Feaee, affrighted at her b...

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 March 1866

l)e Kansas &j)Uf. OL. MILLER, EDITOR. WHITE CLOUD, KAHSAB: Thai-stay, : : : March I, 1866 Editorial 3orr-poBdemce From ,MeCaplUL Topeka, February 22; 1S66. As a nutter of course, the 500.000 acres of land come fn first and foremost for consideration. Tho bill finally passed both Houses, and is now in the hands of tbaGovernor. Those who profess to know, say that ho -will sign it witbont any .hesitation; bnt we shall be better.sat isfied, after he has done so. In the House) whon'it was fonnd that the bill wonld surely pass, a hit effort was made to kill it, by attaching a provision to submit: if to " vote of "the people a course which is not authorized by the Constitution except in special cages"; and all measures take effect npon their publi cation in tbe Statutes. It was merely an attempt to postpone the question, and make it a hobby in the next political campaign. During the discussion in the House, the'epemies of Northern Kansas made final effort to crush her ont, by the mo ti...

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 March 1866

45'JS M A til f tinraa thieves hT8 C"0lfl9 tO . At Saltillo, Tishomingo .county, 1ST The cng. headed by onff Bowley. "'.4 ,i, town anB were imtflodiately wrc?, i. if,. pitiEBns. who. ofctfn Con .rresiw" . rjddinis the 1 i'nnltv of snch ruffians, and in a community Bowler, with his bort tin" l" . ,,rai . t,. .j,-,. ,r r.tniad into immediate execution. i six A Charleston correspondent represents .rsina very uau .-- .- .-- - ciaitj" 0f Colombia. ' ; f cnl.liprs and ?nshihckersre of daily occurrence. Robberies and Union men by A ilrv force lus been sent to Ooluniuiato C'rre order. The freed people are very jstaslriooi. and mest of them aro at work. " The Corjoerbeads are rejoicing greatly w the veto of the Freedmen's Boreau fni At Davton. Ohio, they fired one Vo'nJred gons. and Vallandighatn mado a -Mch declaring it to be the doty ot tne '' .anA ho ilia Prnairlpnt- Democracy muu : ... - t. x ronmtcl that, in consequence it tteir opp'i'" t0 ,I,e vet0 of tbe Freed- Horenn bill. Messrs. Sl...

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 March 1866

A. PIANO-FORTES. DRIGGS' NEW PATENT. ARE. THE ONLY INSTJIOMENTS "- constru:ted on a truly scientific principle. They hare greater strength, and will remain longer in'Tujit than any other Piano. The onitruction Ig simple and natural; all the ex traneous lumber in the body of the instrument is dispensed with; the sound-boards arc merely two arched planes or thin wood, like the front and back of a Tiolin; the strings arc 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 subititnting straight bridges, preserving at the same time the Orcr Strung Bass, of which Mr. Duces is the Inventor. By these improve ments we gain much more vibratory power, at tho 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 arc: Hat Sixntaio.-c, L. M. Gottschalk, Max MiarrzEK, S. Thalbeko, ...

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 March 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. — 8 March 1866

3ft)C Hansen )ti. SOL. MILLER, - EDITOR. WHITE CLOUD, XAHSA8: Thixsiay, : : : THarck 8, ISM. The Anti-Veto Resolutions. A wrong lmprcsnoa baviog.gone forth in consequence of the refusal of the Kan eas Senate to adopt resolutions condemn ing the President's reto and bis disgrace fal speech, it is bnt just to make a short statement of facts. The antbor of the resolntions claimed that sneb an impres sion would go forth npon a failnre to pars them; sud the special correspondent of the St. Lonis Democrat, knew be nas misrepresenting the sentiments of a large majority of the Senators, when be rent bis dispatch. 'On'Monday, February 26ih, Mr. Esk ridge introduced the resolntions in ques tion, -which met almost the unanimous approval of the Senate, bnt it was the last working day of the Legislature, and an immense number of bills were yet to be acted npon. A consideration of the resolntions would have involved long speeches, aid consumed several bonrs, at the expense of many important bills...

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 March 1866

ntll IMS' O J .. let Providing for the Sale of Fob- .? certain Bailroads. . a enacted by the Legislature of tie State n 1 That the five hundred thousand 'ft'ino br act orCongrwa, entitled "An Act AlTrUtetbe proceed of the sate of the of una o- -- .""-,-. -. -T-: w wrrr,. .-a tn. mnt r pcropnw " .-; . J,i: -!ht. rTTrf September. 1841. which was Jo LVrommiwioners H B. Denman. 8. E. . .- Inni. snu W Kiu LFi-vuif" -- w pleat" - - 0.iv ,;h Wnffinw ana E. P. Bancroft, said selections SSSrd bj the Secret.? of the Interior AD. S?. .a it.ta of which are recorded in the 1564, and lists ' of the Secretaiy or State, shall be set t to be sold for the benefit of each of the -j .,. proceeds arisinj from the sale thereof, u i be donated to the Norther" Kansas Railroad Jx-mMiiTtoardin the construction of a Rail ed froa Elwood, in Doniphan County, Kans u through Browo and Nemah counties, to vLrrsville.in Marshall Countr, Kansasi a!o, . the Kansas nu nt-u j ,""., Company, to aid in the construction 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. — 8 March 1866

i ra - ; Di & tj i i. jr5-x. p" ?s rfcJ-A 3BKlGGS-NEVPATENT.- ARE THE ONLY INSTRUMENTS contracted on n truly ielentific principle. They baye greater strength, and will remain longer hi Twt than any other Piano. The bnttroction U simple and natural; all the ex (raneoo lumber in the body of the ins'rnment ll dis ptsaed with; the sonnd-board3 are merely two arched plants or thin wood, UkcTtbe (root and back of a, violin; the strings are attached to a strong Iron frame, which is separated and etirelr independent or the case, thereby dis aensingjrilb the oM harp formTof stringing, by substituting straight bridge?, preserring at the same timer the Over Strang Bass, of which Mr. Dsjog Is the Inventiir. By these improve ments we gain ranch more vibratory power, at be same time preserring all its purity and richness of tone. T -s , . They Irive received the highest testimonials ftom the Press, and all the principal Artists in the country, among whom are: Hilar Sa!deboh, L. M. GorrscnAUc,...

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 March 1866

ri -- -,- - ? U4 wS .r ,.- - . .tf. I a v? - E'flttSfl IRC Jl ?i a g5? tf a ' I 1 , MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. J SOL THE CONSTITUTION AND THEUNION. - i TERMS $2.00 PER ANNUM, IN ADVANCI. VOLUME lX.r-NUMBER . 37, WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JIIARCH "15, 18T66. WHOLE NUMBER, 453. ' t,aw t.aV J A Lai l0H& wsaw & mid . 33S&irf3M3 -KVIJl' JlJliv Att f nttxi COWWIA. BEMZMBEB THY HEEOES. BT J ax o. cuir. C.tomki". remember thy heroe-er old, Tie pn!e of the wcrld's brightest story; rjjjrt not the time when lb torabitone was rol'e J from the sepekhred mora of thy florT. IX tin. In ' rrandecr. tby Wailiir-ton rote. Wire the '"' "i r freedom aeemed faded; And lfc fcpom of liberty jare to their foei A rni In tin toil they lnradcd. .tlsilioui that .lumbered in darlneia and crime Aoke with a wooderm- devotion, T, tee thee bant forth from the shadows of time, Like the inn from the midtt of the o:ean. Tie nVrrr.eii snn j in the beamt of thy worth. And Peaee, ItLe m diadem crowned ...

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 March 1866

Si)e Ectnsaa )ti. SOL. 'MILLER, ..... EDITOR. WHITE CLOUD, XAHSAS: Thursday, : : : i Blarck 15, 1866. CltlMU It Is amusing to read, in the Atchison and Lawrence papers, the glorifications of lltAt 40 a vtojv.lt a a anil thn ilmln ' their respective towns, and the daily obituaries they write for Leavenworth. Lawrence has a railroad running past ber, half a mile on the opposite side of the river, while Atchfcon is similarly favored or, rather, there is a spar or branch of a road approaching the opposite side of the . river, where a train of cars was never known to came front foremost, bnt el ways above in hind end first. Both places have magnificent railroads .in contempla tion. Bat in this respect, they have no greater advantages than any other town in tbo Sta'e, for there is not one bnt has a magnificent system of railroads planned ont. Bat we hazard the prediction that Lawrence and Atchison combined will never see the day when they can nnmber over half the population of Leavenworth...

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 March 1866

J? h 1866. This month is fEBBUABr, . . : ,h ralendar as having no fall an The calcnlation, as given by the Sniific Astronomer, is curious : Jan. W two fa" moons, and March will have o- bot February none. Of course this "nili" coDJanctnra of periods that makes th fall moon show her face bnt a feW hoars before the month comes in, and ;a a few hours after, the month goes L ;s a rare thing in nature bnt how rrt doyoo'suppose, render ? It has not occurred before in your lifetime nor ours ,nor since the timo of Washington; not since tbe discovery of America by Co Jambos; no, nor since the Christian era, nor since the fall of Adam, nor since tbe creation of the world, unless that be placed back myriads of years. And it will not occur again according tp the computation of astronomers for two mil lion and a half of years. Leavenworth Conservative. t.,v RpvATnRiAr. Black Sfirep. The following Senators, elected as Union men, voted with the Copperheads against the passage of tbe Freedmen's Bure...

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 March 1866

s tsBBBBBBBBBBBsEtfBs2EtsBBBBBBBBBr GET THE BEST. Webster's Unabridged Dictionary. NEW ILLUSTRATED EDITION, Thoroughly Revised and Mneh. Enlarged, OVER 3,000 FINE ENGRAVINGS, IS A WH.L NIGH INDISriX'lBLt SfWISITE FOK EVEItr TEACHER'S XESK, Giving important aid in every branch taught in our schools, and or constant use and conven ience in EVERY INTELLIGENT FAMILY. It contains 10,000 WORDS and MEANINGS not found in other Dictionaries. Orer thirty able American and European scho lars employed upon this revision, and thirty tuu of labor expended upon it, being more lhan in the original preparation of almost any other English Dictionary. It- is now believed to be by fir the mist complete, useful, and satisfactory Dictionary .of the language ever published, as it is by far the largest single volume ever issued in any lan guage. The possession of any other English Dictiona ary, or any previous edition of this, cannot compensate for the want of this very full and very complete-one. In its p...

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 March 1866

let '' u V -4T is. SOL. ailLLER, EDITOR AXD TUBLISIIER. . "VOLUME IX.--NUMBEB 38.( THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. i TERMS S2.00 PER AXKUH, Iff ADVANCE. WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 1866, WHOLE NUMBER, 454. mitt 1 irtlliit M& ttc fMrjh PICCIOLA ("THE LITTLE ONE.") BT OKrHEUl C. XtXK. It wa a Srrfeftnt old and gray. Well tined ind bronzed from tiee and pil!'t IV nt. rampin; in aa array's wak. A ton j the turnpike of th i!'e. For dajt and nijliti the Miodm holt Had through tlie place been raarcbinf. And ever load the rallies cheered, Till m'ij throat wai hoarse and parching. The Sqoira and Farmer, maid and dame, AH took the tights electric stirring , And hats were wired and staves were son-; And kerchiefs while were countless whirring. The j oclj saw a gallant ihow Of heroes stalwart under banners, And in the 6erce heroic glow Iva theirs to yield btitirild bossnnshi. The Serjeant heard the thrill harrahs, Wlere he behind in step was keeping; Pot glancing down beside th...

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 March 1866

Stye Kansas Wcf. SOI,. MILLER, EDITOR. WHITE CLOUD, .KAH8AS: Tknrsday, : : : : March 22, 1866. Nebraska Constitution. j We bad tboogbt tbat tbe framera of tbe Kansas Constitution bad seized npon fill tbe fag-end ideas imaginable, to ren der tbe document a public nuisance ; bnt the New Constitntion of Nebraska, to be voted upon on tbe 2d of Jane next, while it has some good features, possesses oth ers which throw Kansas into the Bhade. The whole affair seems to be based npon system of economy boiled down to Btarving prices. The object seems to be to obtain cheap public servants, which niggardlinesss will have the effect to se cure cheap talents, and a cheap adminis tration of law and justice There are a few good features in the Constitntion, which it would be well if Kansas possessed. Representatives are apportioned on the basiSof population, ad each organized County is not entitled to a Representative, nnless possessed of the requisite population. No extra com pensation can be paid ...

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 March 1866

Zf&i ""jr- P wsm "H5sr "- To.moBe the farmer of Doniphan . are Joing to try lor tbe bounty Wilia following bill passed by the ""Jjifwaeted by the Legislatnre of the ctiti of Kansas: "tcTtox 1. AT Pcrson PIanllDB 0D0 J", or more of prairie land within ten rs after the passage oi mis net, win " t.: nf forest trees, and sncces-Ially ,ny n.l cnltivatins the same for Ca t- and ever-' PorsOD PIantin' mtecting "nd climating for three years, s half ra" or more of forest trees along ," pnblic highway,, said trees to be hated as to stand at the end of said Km rears not more than one rod apart, bill be entitled to receive for twenty-five ". enramenciog three years after fl grove or line of trees has been plant !j sn annnal bonnty of two dollars per ,cr'e for each acre so planted, and tivo . ,rs for one-half mile for each mile r-o rlanted, to be paid ont of the Connty reisnry of the County in which said pove or line of trees rn-y be situated; Provided, the bounty Hereby given shall sot be p...

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. — 22 March 1866

G03T TEDS BEST, "Webster's Unabridged Dictionary. NEW ILLUSTRATED EDITIOV, Thoroughly EtTiesd and Much Enlarged, OVER 3.000 FINE ENGEAVIHGS, ! A WELL NIGH Z.tPISrDClIILE BEQCISITE FOR EVERY TEACHER'S DESK, Giving important aid in every branch taught in our school, asd of constant use and couven--ience in EVERY INTELLIGENT FAMILY. It contains 10,000 "WORDS and MEANINGS cot found in other Dictionaries. Orer thirty able American and European scho lars employed upon this revision, and thirty tixrj of labor expended cpon it, being more than in the original preparation of almost any other English Dictionary. It isionr believed ts be bj fir the mjst complete, useful, and satisfactory Dictionary of the language ever published, a3 it is by far the largest single xolume ever issued in any Ian- GaSe The possession of any other EaglisbDictiona ary, or any previous edition of this, cannot compensate for the want of this very full and very complete one. In its present perfected state, it mus't lo...

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. — 29 March 1866

csa t T '?! 'Or j:;' i . It Clfftti) testis SttW. ro SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. . VOLUME IX.--SUMBER 39. j (tte f 0efrg. KEEP U BEEOBE THE PEOPLE. Keep it before the people," That lb earth was made for man; Tfaat flowers were strewn and fruits wero jrown To Vets, and nerer to ban: The son and rain, and corn and fnln, Are vonrs and mine, my brother; Free gifts from Heareo, and freely given To one as well as another. CHOICS Then up to the battle for Troth and Ri-ht, Till our tinner, o'er land and sea. Shall bathe its fofdi in the glorious lijht Of the year of Jubilee! "Keep it before the people That famine, and crime, and woe, For eer abi.U still side by si la With luxury's dazzling show; That Lnzaros crawls from Dives halls. And st aires at his gale, my brother Vet life from Heaven wiu fteely given loone as well as another! Then op to the battle, &.C. "Keep it before the people, The laborer claims Lis meed The n?Iit of soil and tbe ri;ht of toil, From por and bridle freed...

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. — 29 March 1866

Stye Kan0as-(Sri)icf. SOL. MILLER, ..... EDITOR. WHITE CLOUD, XAN8AS: Tharsday, : : : : March 29, 1866. Isipoetaxt Decision. The esse of Goo. W. Pike vs. the City of White Clond, commenced at the list September term of our District Conrt, was decided last wccl in favor of the City. The City Conncil passed an Ordinance, UttMarch, requir ing the payment of a license of sixty dol lars for the privilege of keeping a Saloon. .Pike obtained a license, end paid his money. Ho afterwards sold out; and. doubtless, at the instigation of meddle some or cpitcfnl persons, who wished to cause trouble at the expense of somebody else, be sued the City for the recovery of the license money, as having been illegal Jy obtained, tie ccpenaei npon a pro vision of some law, which prohibits cities of less than one thousand population from issuing liquor licenses. Bnt White Oloud is working under a Charter grant ed before the passege of the law in qncs tion. The Conrt decided that the City has the right 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. — 29 March 1866

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