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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Big blue union. — 2 January 1864

i? wm 4rtk m m tS'q W ' r-j t - fiEJM BLUE UMON. KaI nb Sgtcral gfobtts. T - T.. lO TbeKaosSS .Legislature meets oau. , . Probate ourt meets next Monday, . . Tj,mfcauzh presiding. Jjs?" - , . Thpre is a Sood op10? m tDls Country I .nice manufacturing company. Leavenworth Bullciin hoists the Abraham Lincoln for our next Pre3i- t l end Emanuel Synder, citizens 'of ff0r'b county were lately fined $100.00 l-eneHv SHERIFF'S SALE. Tha1dea3 H, Walkar ts. William Bowman, TVilliial Deal and William . Arnold , BY virtueof an order of sale bearing date November 30th A. D. 1803, to me directed and delivered, if-sned in the above entitled cauwout of the District Court of the gecotdJTudi cial District of the fctata of Kansas, aitting ia find for Marsbali county, I will, On the 27th day of January, A. D. 1864, between the hours of 10 o'cloch A M, and 4 o'clock P 31, of said day; at the Court House door in Marysville, Marshall connty, State of Kansas, offer at Public sale, to tbs highest bidder, fo...

Publication Title: Big Blue Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Big blue union. — 2 January 1864

Marysville Advertisements. J. W. 1 DEALER IV 4RY GOODS, CHOICE GROCERIES, LIQUORS, BOOTS AND SHOES, 'QUEENSWARE, HARDWARE, TINWARE, e. fit has constantly on hand VEGETABLES, FEED,' AND PRODUCE. GROCERIES; a Choice Lot, ustrceeived, and tor Eale cheap, by J. WIESBACH. SCHOOL BOOKS; New kind, complete as sortment received and in store. J. WIESBACH. TT CASH PAID for CORN, " BAGS, " HIDES, " WOOL, FURS, " " COUNTRY PRODUCE of all kinds, by J.WEISBACH. I have received, and am constantly adding to, "heavy Block of 5S Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, &c, which I wil se Very Cheap for Cash; and every body will find it to their advantava to call and examine my goods. d. WIESBACH. no20tf New Goods. JOSEPH SAMUELS JHas just receive a splended selection o DRY GOODS! jFor the Fatt and Winter! And a full stock of ehoice Family S GEOOEEIE8! Which he will sell ALT SUCH JLOW PRICES That everybody ought to I Call and Examine "before purchasing elsewhere. Now do n't for get th...

Publication Title: Big Blue Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Big blue union. — 16 January 1864

IkM As rc 'U)-J ITWIOJJF. -?!r.;. u m BY EDWIN C. MANNING. !- "Westward the Course of Empire-tabes its Way!". - YOLTJME II, NUMBES-42.5 MATnrSVTTTE. "S.AS, S-A.TXjTRDA.Y5 JAJSTTJARrr 16, 1864- big BLUE r-- HE BIG BLUE UNION, jg PUBLISHED EVERY SATUEDAY MORNIXO. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One espy one year, cash in advance, $1.00 One copy, payable during the year, $1.50 Tea Copies, one year, ; 0.00 An extra copy to the getter up ot a club of Tea. RATES -OF ADVERTISING. One 'ouare, first insertion $1.00 Each subsequent insertion,-.... ...50 Yearly advertisements inserted on very liber al terms. JOB WORK, Done with dispatph and in the latest style of the rt jSTPayment required for all Job Work on delivery. , All Communications, or matters relating to the business of the office, should be addressed to E. C. MANNING, Publisher, Jilarysville, Kansas. j.D.Brnmbaugh. J.W. BiOlingcr BRUMBAUGH & BOIXOIGIEII, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, tfarysville, Marshall County Kansas; Will practice in all the- Cour...

Publication Title: Big Blue Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Big blue union. — 16 January 1864

,. - -errz- y .?. wiptf " v ' fsMsl;?!C:; laiLlS-br4 v , 4 -- e&ifinfcs THE BIG BLUE UNION. E. C. WM. MANNING HENRY, I" - EDITORS. MARYSVILLE, KANSAS: Satnrctey, Jasusary. 1G 1864. Flao of the. free heart s hope and home, By angel hands to valor given; Thy stars have lit the -welkin dome, And all thy hues -were horn of heaven. Forever vlo at that Stand aed Sheet! Where breathes the foe out fallB before us With Freedom's soil beneath our feet, And Freedom's tanner streaming o'er us. General Butler Will Bring THem To Tiine. Our GoYernment after placing General "Butler in command at Fortress Monroe and the department thereabout, attempted to effect an exchange of prisoners through him with the rebel. Some were exchang ed, but all at once, for trifling causes of their own manufacture, the rebels refused any further exchange. They also refused to accept any more supplies from our Gov ernment for our soldiers held as prisoners of war at Richmond and other points. They acccept supplies...

Publication Title: Big Blue Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Big blue union. — 16 January 1864

LgE BIG BLUE UMON. fatal art Special mitts. Jariy, the English author, is dead. Business in town has been lively this Utt The bridge over the Kaw river, at Law- Lace, is completed. irch-Bishop Hughs died in New York City, January 2, 1864. Prairie chickens, dressed, are worth one Li'jr psr dozen in town. Of the 52,500 issued by the Count L jrj last week, $1,600 was redeemed the last kj of their session. The publishers of thg Topeka Record 3 issue a Daily during the session of the Lrjlature. There ha3 net a week passed since we lb had this paper but what some new, Cash rtscriber, was added to our list. Cose, Nemaha county is not a very jrcoden" county if it? We wouldn't think LtffOUId DB "iici ouv,u d tjf iui "uuu. Dr. Denning, Surgean of the 15th Kan- 1 Lwnilia. nf flllQl-lrtV TlonTlinrr il tnrl o Ft. Leavenworth, January 7th, 1854. Ost r Land Sold far Taxs, la Blarsliall Cemnty, Kansas, en the 6fn day or May, AD. 1S62. Names. CLBeatlj. u 3 D Coaies, Geo Grace, Geo Hamiltos John B Ke...

Publication Title: Big Blue Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Big blue union. — 16 January 1864

, J ; BZSSSSsjs it. Marysville' Advertisements. JcV WWl! DEALER IN l?i27 GOODS, CH0ICE1GKQCERIESfL r T MQUORS, BOOTS AND SHOES, QUEENSWARE, ''ElRDWARE, - - TINWARE, &c He has constantly on hand VEGETABLES, FEED,1 AND PRODUCE. GROCERIES ; a Choice Lot, ust received, and for sale cheap, by J- WIESBACH. SCHOOL BOOKS; New kind, complete as flortment,rcceivedandin store, CASH PAID for CORN, " BAGS, it ( ii ii HIDES, WOOL, FURS, COUNTRY PRODUCE of all J.WEISBACH. kinds, by I have received, and. am constantly adding to, a heavy stock of StapleandFancy Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, &c, which I wil se Very Cheap for Cash; and every body mil find it to their advantave to call and examine my goods. J. WIESBACH. no20tf New &ood$. JOSEPH SAMUELS HaJ just receivedV splended selec o rDEY GOODS! For the Fall and' Winter ! And a fuU stock of choice Family GKOOEEIES! Which he will sell IT SWCH JLOW PJRJCES That everybody ought to Call and Examine before purchasing elsewhere. tfjNow...

Publication Title: Big Blue Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Big blue union. — 6 February 1864

-..., - .TiwwaK'gj6'eeataA-MtTrsg-gt-i'K., Ji i r . -.-. 'X'- -. J..--" THE BLUE UNIOUr, .,r! BT EDWIN 0. MANNING. "Westward tlie Course of Empire takes its Way!" f YOLTJME II, NUMBER 45. i MAEYSYILLE. KLAJSTSAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1864. Sh BIO THE BIG BLUE UNION, IS PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY 3I0R5IXG. TE11MS OF SUBSCRIPTION. 0ne copy one year, cash in advance, 1.00 One copy, payable during the year, Sl.oO Tea Copies, one year, , " " An extra copy to the getter up of a club of Ten. RATES 0? ADVERTISD.G. Oncsquare, firstinsertion 1.00 Koch subsequent insertion,.-- o" Yearly advertisements inserted on very liber al terms. JOB WORK, none with dispatch and in the latest style of the art payment required for all Job Work on dCAU Communications, or mailers relating to ftfbusSiess of the office, should be addressed to E. C. MANNING, Publisher, Marysville, Kansas. -dL(usincss fokfffa- J. D. Brumt-augh. BfiHTMBAEJGEI & BOOJLTCGER, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, MarymllCtHanUn County Kansas; and pro...

Publication Title: Big Blue Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Big blue union. — 6 February 1864

Tr 5E?" - . f 1 T" H. THE BIG BLUE UNION. E. C. MANNING, WM. HENRY, EDITORS. MARTS VILLE, KANSAS: Saturday, Febroary 6, 1864. Emigrants Come to Kansas. Owing to the severe winter that is now about leaving us, which has caused so much sufferingjthroughout the great North west, and owingto'the Immigration from the old countries, the State of Kansas may reasonably look for a large immigration to her domains the coming year. From all 'through Iowa, Minnesota, Wisconsin, northern Illinois, and portions of other States, we have reports of stock of all kinds freezing to death, to say nothing of the vast amount of suffering, poverty and wretchedness that accompanies such in ' clement weather as has been experienced in "those latitudes during the winter now nearly past. We say past, foi the people of Kansas consider the winter past; tho' in the northwestern States they have yet to look for two or 'three months of winter weather. Severe as the winter has been consider ed here, we have yet to ...

Publication Title: Big Blue Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Big blue union. — 6 February 1864

"H rr 8 - s-vc- "'S j. 4 THE BIG BLUE UNION. goad raii Sptthtl ftotitts. A good double harness for salt inquire at this office. Quarterly meeting will be held next Saturday and Sunday, at this place. What has become ofthe "Kansas State t Register and Emigrants' Guide ?" It was to have been out the 1st f January, 1864. Corn is coming io from the country ve ry fast, and freighters up the road are ever "day loading teams with produce. This is the farm el s' money harvest. We will thank our friends from the country if they will furnisa us with tho particulars of local affairs of importance that may transpire in their neighborhoods. If you like good reading, don't fail to send for the Atlantic Monthly. The February number has arrived full of .interesting reading. Terms S3 per annum. Address Ticknor & Field, Boston, Mass. Mr. Weisbach has received from the Agiicultural Department, about 400 parcels of choice seeds, 6ent to this county for distribution among industrious and substantial...

Publication Title: Big Blue Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Big blue union. — 6 February 1864

1 . ft i 1 1 Tr r "V "V f , ,r nwaHinVMHMMRneMtai " i- e - y X 4 MaiTSville Advertisements, j W DEALER IN DRY GOODS, CHOICE GROCERIES, LIQUORS, BOOTS AND SHOES, QUEENSWARE, HARDWARE, TINWARE, &c. He lias constantly on hand VEGETABLES, FEED, AND PRODUCE. GROCERIES; a Choice Lot, ust received, and for sale cheap, by J- WIESBACII. SCHOOL BOOKS; New lei ad, complete as sortment, received and in store. ' J. WIESBACII. "CASH TAID for CORN, f " RAGS, HIDES, , " WOOL, . " FORS, . " COUNTRY PRODUCE of all kinds, by J- WEISBACII. I have received and am constantly adding to, a heavy stoclrcf Staple and Pancy Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, &c, which I wil se Very Cheap for Cash; and every body will find it to their advantave to call and examine my goods. ' rd. WIESBACH. no20tf Wew $mEs JOSEPH SAMUELS - Has jusl received a splendcd scleco, M 'DRY GOODS! For the Fall anil Winter And a full stock of choice Family , GEOOEEIES! Which he will sell .. &T SUCM JLOW PRICE That everybod...

Publication Title: Big Blue Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Big blue union. — 20 February 1864

-iff T-X -sw - js-Vf "-"Ore V 1 " H J rV- " ai..j I -. ---. , -. ftj :" . rrsa BIG BLCE ITJI1, BT EDWIN 'C. MANNING. j- " Westward the Course of Empire takes its Way !'"' TOLTJME II, NUMBER 47. .3Sar j. M . - tP : -i&. .rk .vsjL THE BIG BLUE UNION, j3 PU3SISHED EVEEY SATUI1DAY MORNING. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. ... -pr ens year, cash in advance, $1.00 r"n ejtra copy to the getter up of a club of liZ' RATES OF ADVERTISING. Oj.squsre, first insertion - $1.00 rib subsequent insertion,.... --50 Yearly advertisements inserted on very liber- J terms- U JOB WORK, . .. -1 A :-. Vio Iniaaf cfirlo ftf tTl r. a With QlSPalCa UU ill l" iaw-V-- - S payment required for all Job Work on delivery. All Cominunicaiiouo, v ..- 0 to business of the office, should be addressed to E. C. MAN NUN It, rumisner, Marysville, Kansas, j. D. BmmUugh. J. W. Bollinger BBUM55AITGII & BOIiIiIXGESft, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Marysville, Marshall County Kansas n-ni -: Jr. oil tVm rnnrtanf tliR Second Judicill Disl tktm ...

Publication Title: Big Blue Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Big blue union. — 20 February 1864

& 5 .,'V 3 THE BIG BLUE UNION. E. C. WM. MANNING, HENRY, EDITORS. MARTSVILLE, KANSAS: Saturday, February 20, 1864. i "Flag of the. free heart's hope and home, By angel hands to valor given ; A Thy stars have lit the welkin dome, -t. And all thy hues vrere born.cf heaven. FOKEYER FLOAT THAT STANDARD SlIEETl US "Where breathes the foe but falls before With Freedom's soil beneath our feet, And Freedom's banner streaming o'er us.' The Great Fraud Denounced! THE SWItf EIRS REBUKED! Last night the Union League of this place resolved itself into a meeting to con sider the action of the Legislaturo in its recent election of United States Senator, and unanimously passed the following res olutions. The League speaks the senti ments of the loyal people of Marshall county. Several citizens were in from the country and demanded the passage of the resolutions. Speeches were made by sev eral gentlemen, and strong grounds were taken against the recent Senatorial fraud. The people are awake and ...

Publication Title: Big Blue Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Big blue union. — 20 February 1864

gp r-" t jS . Sf '"vr?f ri f HE BIG BLUE UNION f oral aitb Spftial INtes. - TT Cl.ni mr-nrA- iiMth 1 A trooi tirm on norau ouu n-. "" houses and stables, for rent. Inquire immedi ately of Brumbaugh & Bolinger. John Coughlin, -who was sentenced to fjTC vears imprisonment in tlie State Prison at the list District Court, lias been pardoned by &e Governor. William Po'iilson who deserted from the -ath Kansas and cut suchrustiesin this coun ta year ago, is again at large. He escaped from'thc Ft. Leavenworth guard bouse a few Ljs ago. Have 3TOii made arrangements to set out , . r:, Panoli trope ill i3 rrine-? You can l . JlllU H.um H.WW . - getthem very cheap from Mr. Poor at Oketoe. lie has several thousand of the right age to transplant. Oar patriotic friend, Robert Mcltee, of Mc Blue, who -was in the old Seventh Kansas. .-Uncharged lost spring on account of disa-K-.y, ro-cnlistedinthe 10th Kansas, and is now (laaricriaster Sergeant of D Company. We arc authorized to say that our...

Publication Title: Big Blue Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Big blue union. — 20 February 1864

-- -i n -$-1-T&!f&!?T ssai 1? Marysville Advertisements. J 9 DEALrH IS J?i2Z GOODS, CHOICE GROCERIES, LIQUORS, BOOTS AND SHOES, QUEENSWARE, HARDWARE, TINWARE, die. He has constantly on hand VEGETABLES, FEED,' AND PRODUCE. GROCERIES; a Choice Lot, ust received, and 'for sale cheap, by J. WIESBACH. SCHOOL BOOKS; New kind, complete as sortment, received and in store. J. WIESBACH. CASH PAID for CORN, RAGS, HIDES, WOOL, FURS, COUNTRY PRODUCE of -all J. WEISBACH. kinds, by I have received, and am constantly adding to, a heavy stock cf Staple and Pancy Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, &c, which I wil se Very Cheap for Cash; and every body will find it to their advantave to call and examine my goods. rJ. WIESBAOH. no20tf New &&& JOSEPH SAMUELS Hat just received a eplended selection of fDEY GOODS! For the Fall and Vinter And a full stock of choice Family GEOOEEIES! : 'Which he will sell That everybody ought to Call .and Examine beforo purchasing elsewhere. Now do ...

Publication Title: Big Blue Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Big blue union. — 27 February 1864

tf-mftr s-.' t13. H iH A 1 k at ass "as6ssllf", t i-nr.jJ LJ3;J' n-WjJKViWXltoV'nVJadSJfa iWV"'lJ -I VOLUME II, NUMBEB 48; EDTflS" 0. MANNING. lr L " uesbwiuu-uuc .wuipu-yi wjtftfr AHr ma."- iVi .1: . -- - - - - , i - m v j'tf , '. r'0t frf I Tt.lmnfl 1 th " 0"f ' '' f "' "' ,; if. c ui u Jjcj j' jesi'.i o sa lie & iscuoy: f ' j jl)t : i JiB: ? " ' , . it ,, , c r ... :tf'2& -rvo 7?on ctjL Gt .- . at r 7 4 Jail ,. . i -s& 'v fi ' . - -- - . r a . L-- k' : '- -jj!0 s'fiiii?v.ATi8!Ntf v.vf ,' ir heist "itf-jtrte Tkr.. (uMAi.r. --zr " j n. j i. ' 13 '-- f :r i x: at. 20 on " . -il ..;' v , r ., iniiBiMMiwmftMiii iiimi iii 1 1 i1 in 111 i 111 i nrTTi in. ! i n ' in m g-j.jt'im,aiu. i 0 BLUE UNION . lED ECKHT SVrURDAT MOB.MSG. si.oo $1.00 .2-1' V.rrir. c.ish in advance: I ."'Cjei!r Ywcttcr up of a club of l,xsW ' l riTES OF ADVERTISING. VdStuemeuts inserted on very boer- JOC WORK, ,...,11.1. and i tliailatcst style of the U 3au . .,,irPl for nil Job oik on ipaymeuv -h -313 - ...

Publication Title: Big Blue Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Big blue union. — 27 February 1864

:V 2 E THE BIG BLUE UNION. . C. MANNING,! fM. HENBY, J EDITORS. W MARTS VILLE, KANSAS: Saturday, February MT, 1864. "Flag of th free heart's hope and home, By angel hands to valor given ; Thy stars -have lit the -welkin dome, And all thy hues were born of heaven. Forever float that Standard Sheet! Where breathes the foe but falls before us "With Freedom's soil beneath our feet, And Freedom's banner streaming o'er us.' Plant Corn. Farmers, plant Corn. Plant plenty of Corn ! Put all the ground in corn that you can spare for that purpose the coming season. Perhaps it may look like pre sumption to some of you, for us to attempt to advise you to plant this or that kind of grain j but, as our reason, we will say, that we have papers from all parts of the United States to read, and judging from the past and the present, we can make some calculations for the future. Corn is 1) ringing a high prioe everywhere, and will continue to be in demand as long as the war lasts. Government is already ...

Publication Title: Big Blue Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Big blue union. — 27 February 1864

SL e t iggf-&t s75i5wj!-J HE"'- "jpea -l--"-1 vv' ' .mX -n?i'yy7rv;v.tyw-grfv ssa 23 BIG BLUE UNION. jgE cal anb- Special loiitts. ,laasent weather-slill continues. Ibep is lively, and our merchants josines a heavy trade. j fann on Horse Shot creek, with Iad stables, for rent. Inquire immedi-;'::e,.-..mhnii(Th & Bollinirer. ,'f Of ir--- - Hutchison will be herfc soon with &t gearing, castings, &c, for his mill. ( .. ,.!.: An has effectually dammed the Big nd tbe roar of the waterfall is pleasant to . ,cS. I have left my notes and ac . with Messrs. Brumbaugh & Bollinger for ''. Tj.nni nirinc me will'save costs $aS them as fast due. C. J. Lee. yesterday was a hazy, murky, smoky ,.- .,.rf in5t. nitrnt mis recion 01 couuu-y ' . . -...: n Klif clmTtrnra jjted by a succeasiuu. u 6"- o--f niaied by considerable ligutmng ana : Tfcere is a large amount of travel pass . vere daily. Some of the best outfits that bseottcn upon the Missouri river have i here already for the W...

Publication Title: Big Blue Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Big blue union. — 27 February 1864

Si t ' iin iirftVi )- -. ---- Sdji.." - MllT3iWIS4MtMySVifrJya?ga.'J-. i fc J "4 .rf.vTiiy JJgjJ11t--i!!II3ii ,.-!. - it r I h t Marysville Advertisements. f J "DEAXEB, XV D22F GOODS, CHOICE GROCERIES, 1 LIQUORS, BOOTS AND SHOES'; QUEENSWARE, HARDWARE, V TINWARE, Ac: He has constantly on hand VEGETABLES, FEED - 'u AND PRODUCE. GROCERIES; a Choice Lot, u'st received, and for sale cheap, by J. WIESBACH. SCHOOL BOOKS; NeW kind,-complete as-; ortment, rece:veu anu in- Biure. 1 J.-WIESBACH. W ' ", "" .' . " CASH PAID for CORN, ,'"" ', '' ' ." . " " ' BAGS'," '..-' . " HIDES, " TYOOL, i 1 . FURS, - . ' COUNTRYPR9DUCEof,all iinds,by ." " 'J; WEISBACH. , I have received; and am ccsslantly adding to, a heavy stock cf' ..'.'' .': Staple and Pancy -.-Dry. Goods, "Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, &c, which Iwil so Very Cheap for finsh; aud every body will find it to their advantage to call and examine my goods. J. WIESBACH. - no20tf Mw JOSEPH SAMUELS Has just received & tEplended selection: of...

Publication Title: Big Blue Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Big blue union. — 19 March 1864

n -, v r blue union. I? S BY EDWIN 0. MANNING. " Westward. the Course of ripire takes its Way!" ,;: I VOLUME II, NUMBER 61s 4 MAEfSVILLE". KAJNRAS, SATTrXR:DA.ir, MARCH 19, 1864- i-L "f M M THE BIG BLUE UNION, IS PUBLISHED EVEET SATUED VT MOUSING. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One copy one year, cash in advance, 31.00 One copy, payable during the year, 5l.o0 Ten Copies, one year, , , An estra opy to the getter up of a club of Ten. RATES Or ADVERTISING. Onesquaro-, Srstinsertion Sl.CO rch subsequent insertion,.- au Yearly advertisements inserted on very hber il terms. JOB WORK, DonB vitli dispatch andin the latest style of the ir Payment required for all Joo Work on delivery. All Communications, or matter relating o Ob onbinessof the office, should be addressed to E. C. MANNING-, Publisher, Jianjivilk, Kansas. -gnsmess (kx'bs.fo-, I.D BnroUiusli. .f.Yi. Bollinger BRlDlSlAZTGH & ISQIiX.OkGER, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Marymlle, Marshall Qomty Kansas; Vw'l practice in all the Courtsof Ih wind Jn....

Publication Title: Big Blue Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Big blue union. — 19 March 1864

I-" it t n - tr fcfi li vp. p.- tiV h Q ' VI V f - 4 i:4 3. W THE BIG BLUE" UNION. E. C. MANNING, EDITORS. WM. HENRY, MARYS VILLE, KANSAS: Saturday, March 19, 1864. "Flag of th free heart's hope and home, By angel hands to valor given ; Thy stars have lit the welkin dome, ' And all thy hues were born of heaven. FoitEYER. FLOAT THAT STAXDABV SUEETl Where breathes the foe but falls before us With Freedom's soil beneath our feet. And Frpedom's banner streaming o'er us.' "Sneaks" and Straws. As "straws show which way the wind blows." so a few items which we here pre sent to our readers will phow which way the "sneaks" are going. Now that the people of the United States are about to enter upon a Presiden- ial campaign, and as Kansas is to have a n, nearly all the papers 11 ws. ilnaviiexpressed their choie forth nextlfcandiditte by raiding bcabiiM Liicoln's Hamt' totthe head of '-their columni.tnd toe casittUreader would Wled to belitVe that "Old Abe" was the loanimouJ. choice of our Stal...

Publication Title: Big Blue Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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