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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Big blue union. — 14 October 1865

THE BIG BLUE UNION, MARYSVILLE, KANSAS., OF MARSHALL COUNTY, KANSAS. A. COTTRELL, Probate Judge; A.E. LOVELL, Trecsnrer. JAMES GRAY, Sheriff. ALEX. CAMPBELL, District Clerk; - - R. S. NEWELL, County Clerk. C. F.KXESTER, County Recorder. E. C..MANKING-, Assessor. WM. McCLOSKET, Surveyor. THOMAS McCOY, Coroner. FRANK SCHMIDT, JAMES KELLEY, W Co. Commissioners. J. FREELANB focal wft Sgecial flotites. Republican Union Covenfion. The two committees of the Republican Union ' organizations of Marshall - county seeing no occasion for a division of the party have conclu ded to unite iu a call for one convention. The Republican Union voters of Marshall County will assemble at their various places-of holding Township elections on Tuesday the 17th dav of October 1865, at 2 o 'clock P. M. and at that lime elect delegates from each Towship , to a County Convention to be held in Marys- ville Thursday October, 19th, at 2 o'clock P. M. ' for the purpose of putting in nomination j candidates for the'...

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. — 14 October 1865

i W Marysville Advertisements, H P 7.rBAWJELS? J. WEISBACH. SAMUELS & WEISBACH, Haying fbrmed a Copartnership and united our extensive Stock, ire have opened business in the Store lately occupied by Major Samuels and are ready to fill all orders at the lowest merket rates. Major Samuels is going Bast to purchase our Fall and "Winter Stock and we intend to sell all goods on hand at very low figures. WE MUST SELL to raise money and make room for the new stock ; therefore everybody should give us a call and examine our stock aud prices, before purchasing elsewhere, and they will find it to their advantage. We keep on hand a complete stock of Dry Goods, Boots, Stoes, ' Hardware, Queensware, JF-grnishin g Groods AND ' READY-MADE CLOTHING. t BQERiES, and Farming Implements. r We buy, and pay the highest market price in Cash, for . GRAIN AND FEED, COJJNTRY PRO- DUCE, HIDES, FURS, Jc, $s. Particular attention will be paid to the .Ranch Traders, To whom we offer extra inducements. Rememb...

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. — 21 October 1865

--1- fc-an & MG BLUE UNION f r a a;". ' "CI. .1 t6.' ' 0-J. J J Hi .' ?,i ?il- & T &Wtli si i iH :. BX'EDWNsCMAtfMNG.- - " Westward ftlie. Course of Empire takes its Way !,J -J VOLUME III, NUMBER 36. m:a.eysviille5 Kansas, Saturday, October, 21, 1865. THE i THE BIG BLUE UNION, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MOEXIXG, AT tfarysville, Marsliatt County, Kansas. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One copy"one year, cash in advance, SI .50 rn finmfie. nnc vear. 513.00 An extra copy to the getter up of a club of Ten. RATES OF ADVERTISING. One square, first insertion S1.00 Each subsequent insertion, -;50 Yearly advertisements lib eral terms. JOB WORK, Done with dispatch and in .the latest style of the art. ar"fayment required ior an ouu Work on delivery. t All Communications, or matters relating to the business of the office, should be addressed to E. C. MANNING, Publisher. BRUMBAUGH & BGIAI2SGES&, ATTOENETS AT IAW jUargsvillc, Kansas, Will practice in all the Courts of the Second Jndicia...

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. — 21 October 1865

:'mm .-& : "V kJJt -- ""? !S ft THE BIG BLUE UNION. E. C. MANNING, EDITOR. MARYSVILLE, KANSAS. Saturday, October 21st, 1865. Ttva 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 born of heaven. FOEEVEU FLOAT THAT STANDARD SllEET! Where breathes the foe b.ut falls before us With Freedom's soil beneath our feet, And Freedom's banner streaming o'er us. The Solid Union Men of Marshall Count' in Convention. A Soldier Deads the Ticket ! ! Another Soldier Gets the best Office in the County ! 2 Glorious Ticket ! ! Last Thursday the people of Marshall county by their representatives met in con vention and nominated a splendid lot of men for the various offices in the gift of the people. Tuesday, Nov., 7th wo vote for that ticket, and we have no fears but what the sensible voters of this county will elect every man upon it. Lieut. James Smith of Vermillion Township is the candidate for representative, and we hav...

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. — 21 October 1865

- IHEBIG BLUE UNION, 0F MARSHALL COUNTY, KANSAS. . COTTEELL, Probate Judge; E-LOVELL, Trecsurer. JAMES GRAY, Sheriff. ALEX. GAMPBELL, District Clerk. B. S. NEWELL, County Clerk. C. J. KffiSTER, County Recorder. E. C.;MANNING, Assessor. WM.'McCLOSKEY, Surveyor. THOMAS McCOY, Coroner. FRANK SCHMIDf , " JAMES KELLEY, V Co. Commissioners. J. FREELAND j m focal anb Special Notices. JE. C. Manning, Rill address the voters of Marshall and Wash ington Counties on matters of public interest in 'orth-weitcrn Kansas, next Tuesday evening, st the Court House in Marysville- Tie charges that appeared against him in the Enterprise last -week will be answered at that time. His accusers are respectfully invited to U present. We understand that Col. H. G. Hollenberg is a candidate for Representative from Washing ton county. Dr. J. H. McDoagall informs us that he has withdrawn from the coutest for Representative, having concluded not to run. The celebrated pork case of Lappin & Scraf ford vs. Love...

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. — 21 October 1865

JK-r" -y-t-. . vj-.--a'jji'vx. jy'7"v r - -r fountains of Wealth. ' Among the many sources for congratu lation" at the tide of running prosperity which now rolls- aoross the country, we ' must not forget that wonderful legacy of nature to'which we fell heirs about the be ginning of the war ; we mean the Petro leum fields. The sensation which followed iheir discovery and devolopement has aba ted, but the oil still flows in an undimin ished stream, pourinz into the national lap ! presents far richer than the diamonds of Golconda, or the glittering metals of the "Far West. The ojI trade has became a fixed institution, and Kia already making new currents and new centers of traJo. n December, 1752, Major George Washington, of the Virginia militia, was sent by Gov. Dinwiddie to the French com mander of that day, who was establishing a Hue of military posts between Lake Erie and the Ohio River. In his route he passed up the Valley of the Alleghenny and across the County of Venango, then 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. — 28 October 1865

0 r- 7 x- r - -Tr-r THE BIG BLlE lIO rr 5i!r v Jf L .3 ,i ' BY EDWIN 0. MANNING. " Westward the Course of Empire takes its "Way !" -f VOLUME;iII, NUMBER 37. MAEYSVILLE, ;KANSA&, SA.TTJRI3A.Y, OCTOBER, 28, 1865. 2! THE BIG BLUE UNION, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, AT Jfarysville, Marshall County, Kansas. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One copy'one year, cash in advance, $1.50 Ten Copies, one year, ....513.00 An extra copy to the getter up of a club of Ten. BATES OF AUV-EttTIblWl. --. nn sonare. first insertion $1.00 Each subsequent insertion, '' Yearly advertisements ry lib eral terms. ., JOB WORK, Done with dispatch and in the latest style of the art. Karrayment requireu ior on jou Work on delivery. All Communications, or matters relating to the business of the office, should be addressed to E. C. MANNING, Publisher. BRUMBAUGH & BOLLINGER, ATT0BNEYS AT LAW Marysville, Kansas, Will practice in all the Courts of the Second Judicial District and Supreme Court of Kansas, aud the Cou...

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. — 28 October 1865

4 , awwmnwmi. K4Rln9MVMMMicki gn Frin . umtuJBmyaim 1 1 WW' n ' L ii' i .. - - wiin jfiiHwtMi.iini"Wimwi.Lii Hii-Mm TZ 1$SZJ&Tlim $ fc'J I? m ! fcs ?v rife r THE BIG BLUE UNT0N-: E. C. MANNING, EDITOR. MARYSVILLE, KANSAS. Saturday, October 2Sih, 1865. "Flag of the free heart's hope and home, By angel hands to valor given ; Thy stars have lit the welkin dome, And all thyhues were born of heaven. FoEEVEEFLOAtTHAT 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. Eepnblican Union TICKET. For Representative, LIEUT. JAMES SMITH. For Sheriff, WILLIAM BARRETT. For Treasurer, ELI PUNTENEY. For County Clerk, C.A. IMBERT. For Recorder, CHA8.F.K0 ESTER. For Assessor, JOHN W. MEANS. For Surveyor, JOHN WEBBER.; For Coronor, THOMAS McCOY. .it, j For County Commissioners. THOMAS W. WATERSON, AMBROSE SHIPP, & EPHRIAM LEWIS. To The Solid Men of Marshall County. Under a regular and proper call of the commi...

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. — 28 October 1865

MhUMMMh THE BIG BLUE UNION, , :m2lRYSVILLE-KANSS: COUJTT l OFWICBMS OF MARSHALL COUNTY, KANSAS. A. COTTRELL, Probate Judge; A.E.LOFELL, Trecsurer. JAMES GRAY, Sheriff. ALEX. CAMPBELL, District Clerk. -. R. S. NEWELL, Ceumty Clerk. IX F. KCESTER, County Recorder. E. C. MANNING, Assessor. WM. McCLOSKEY, Surveyor. TE0MA8 McCOY, Coroner. FRANK SCHMIDr, JAMES KELLEY, Co. Commissioners. .. J. FREELAND f ctal attb jSpttfal jtotttts. Persons in the -vicinity of town who owe us for this paper Trill confer a favor by bringing us wood. The meeting last Tuesday evening was a very quiet and orderly affair, and a credit to the place. We are informed that Rev. Charles Parker will preach at the school house next Sabbath in the forenoon and evening. i m m i 3). B. Emmert of the Ft Scott Monitor is run ning for Senator from Bourbon county, and Gen. C. W.Blair is running for Representative. Biair is a good fellow but in mighty odious company Subscriptions still pour in freely. We have received fifteen...

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. — 28 October 1865

. . AWiT WITH RIM. 'Coiorphobia diet bard, and it moist be admitted that ita ultimate spasms ate a lit tie laughable, as it stiffens into the rigidi ty of a redueiio ad absurdum. Class ha tred seems to find death itself sweet in comparison with concession or even com promise. The Cherokee Indian, taming up his nose contemptuously between two high cheek bones, "objects to the incorpo ration of the freedmen into his tribe." The State of Connecticut, still enamored of blue legislation, thinks the Black good enough fox battles, but not good enough for the ballot box. The Rev. Gov. Brownlow is for instantly kicking every emancipated man, woman and child out of Tennessee. So it seems that wherever these dark foot balls may land they will be unpleasant to somebody ; and as there are several mil lions of them a good, solid, constituent part of the national population, under a positive necessity, while they live at all, of living somewhere, it occurs to ub that the readiest way of solving 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. — 4 November 1865

4p ""VclKl THE BIG BLUE UNION :wr M .O .3 ,,t. j - BT EDWIN 0. MANNING. Westward, the Course of Empire takes its Way !" VOLUME III, NUMBER 38. MAETSVILLB, KANSAS, SATITEDAT, NOVEMBER, 4, 1865. THE BIG BLUE UNION, PUBLISIIZD EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, AT Marysville, Marshall County, Kansas. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One copy'one year, cash in advance, $1.50 Ten Copies, one year, $18.00 An extra copy to the getter up of a club of Ten. KATES OF ADVERTISING. One square, first insertion $1.00 Each subsequent in sertion, ; 50 Yearly advertisements 7 1 b- ral terms. JOB WORK, Done -with dispatch and in the latest style of the art. Payment required for all Job Work on delivery. All Communications, or matters relating to the business of the oSce, should be addressed to B. C. MANNING, Publisher. ATT0EEEYS AT LAW Jifarysville, Kansas, Will practice in all the Courts of the Second Judicial District and Supreme Court of Kansas, aud the Courts of the Second Judicial District of Nebraska. They will pay ...

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. — 4 November 1865

. WQfeMfcar. i-r-fs" - &-2-r-vT-te-.4,V' 7& '- ' !!'V-sjr-ii-j V y it i, ."ly THE BIG BLUE UNION. E. C. MANNING, - EDITOR. MARYSVILLE, KANSAS. Satnday, November 4th, 1S65. "Fiao 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 born of heaven. FOKEVKE FLO AT THAT SlANDAED SHEET! "Where breathes the foe but falls before us With Freedom's soil beneath our feet, And Freedom's banner streaming o'er us. Republican Union TICKET. For Representative, ttEUT. JAMES SMITH. For Sheriflf, WILLIAM BARRETT. For Treasurer, ELI PUNTENEY. For County Clerk, C.A. IMBERT. For Recorder, CHAS.F.KO ESTER. For Assessor, JOHN W. MEANS. For Surveyor. JOHN WEBBER. .jllp For Coronor, ' THOMAS McCOY. " " For County Commissioners. THOMAS W. WATERSON, AMBROSE SHIPP, & EPHRAIM LEWIS. A Warning. To the Vdtera of Marysville add vicinity we give the warning. There is a feeling of hostility in the county against Marys ville. It is ca...

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. — 4 November 1865

- ' t --c. THE BIG BLUE UNION, -MAYSVILLE, KANSAS. cdUJTTY OFTICJERS OF MARSHALL COUNTY, KANSAS. A. COTTRELL', Probate Judge; A.E.LOVELL, Trecsurer. JAMES GRAY, Sheriff. ALEX. CAMPBELL, District Clerk. R. S. NEWELL, County Clerk. 0. F. K(ESTER, County Recorder: E. C. MANNING, Assessor. WM. McCLOSKEY, Surveyor; THOMAS McCOY, Coroner. FRANK SCHMIDT, ) JAMES KELLEY, Co Commissioners. J. FREELAND J focal anb Special polices. Vote the straight ticket on Tuesday next. Don't scratch the good old Republican Un ion ticket. Let Marysville be true to her friends in the country next Tuesday end give the whole ticket & rousing majority in town. We will prove that we are worthy th'& friend ship and confidence of the county by repudia ting the Marysville ticket. Remember that Marysville cannot flourish and prosper nor be of any political force in the future if she "plays off" on the Regular Repub lican Union party. We have not had much time to devote to mar ket reports of late. After the e...

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. — 4 November 1865

- -" V TIie stery of a Woman's career of - Forty years' service as an officer In the British Army. An English paper says : "An incident is just now being discussed in military circles so exiraordmary that were not its truth vouched for by official authority, the nar ration would be deemed absolutely incredi ble. Our officers quartered at the Cape be tween fifteen and twenty years ago may re member a certain Doctor Barry attached to the medical staff there, and enjoying a reputation for considerable skill in his pro fession, especially for firmness, decision, and rapidity in difficult operations. This gentleman had entered the army in 1813, had passed, of course through the grades of Assistant surgeon and surgeon in various regiments, and had served as such in va rious quarters of the globe. His profes sional acquirements had procured for him his promotion to the staff at the Cape. He wascleverand agreeable, save for the draw back of a most quarrelsome temper, and an inordinate addic...

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. — 11 November 1865

"""-"ftfasfefciSrsKajiaflRi rB2js33r rrfflBefeAJgtigg?r TT SB1' tf THE KIC. BLITE UNION, , v BY EDWIN 0. MANNING. 1 " Westward the Course of Empire takes its Way !" -1 VOLUME III, NUMBER $9. JSLAJEtY&VJJLIJE, KAJSTS-AS, SATUEDAY, NOVEMBER, 11,1865. ra5 SE"gES3E r" kft.-. "isRrSH THE BIG BLUE UNION, PUBLISHED EVERY EATURDAY MORNING, AT Marysville, Marshall County, Kansas. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One copj'one year, cash in advance, $1.50 Ten Copies, one year, $13.00 An extra copy to the getter up of a club of RATES OF ADVERTISING. One square, first insertion $1.00 Each subsequent insertion, .60 Yearly advertisements inserted on very lib eral terms. JOB WORK, Done -with dispatch and in the latest style of the art. gSTPayment 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. jsracss arbs.flR BRUMBAUGH & BOILMIBGER, ATT0EEEYS AT LAW Marysville, Kansas, Will practice in all ...

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. — 11 November 1865

jijKr1''" rrmrm THE BIG BL ON. E. C. MANNING, EDITOR. MARYSVILLE, KANSAS. Satudaj , Koveiabcr lltSi, 1S65. "Flag 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 born of heaven. FoREVEtt FLOAT THAT STAN'DAED SlIEET ! Where breathes the foe but falls before as With Freedom's soil beneath our feet, And Freedom's banner streaming o'er us The Result. Although we have not gained a complete victory for our ticket in the county, mor ally a great victory has been gained. The result is gratifying to us in several respects; in that, it has demonstrated to a certainty that there is no use for a man who is, or has recently been an excessive drinker of intoxicating liquors to run for office in this county now. For this was urged against and we believe defeated two of the candi dates. It has demonstrated that a man that is qualified for an office will run better than a man less qualified. It has demonstra ted that a Negro ...

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. — 11 November 1865

yg$MG BLUE UNION, 0F MARSHALL COUNTY, KANSAS. COTTRELL, Probate Judge; B LOYELL, Trecsarer. JAMES GRAY, Sheriff. ALEX. CAMPBELL, District Clerk. B S. NEWELL, County Clerk. C.F.KffiSTER', County Recorder. E C.' MANNING, Assessor. WM. McCLOSKEY, Surveyor. THOMAS McCOY, Coroner. FRANK SCHMIDI, TA.MES KELLEY, J-Co. Commissioners. j FREELAND J focal mtfr chtl Stotices. The Manhattan Independent of last week con tained one editorial and six locals. It ia im proving. - The weather is delightful no w. Masonry, and bnilding of all kinds is prosecuted with vigor in town. Tho lGth Kansas Cavalry passed down the road this week. They are on their way in from the plains to be mastered out. The election returns from Blue Rapids pre" cinct did not get in in time to be canvassed by the Board. However the vote there would not change the result in the case of any candidate. BayardTaylor, the great traveller, author and lecturer, has been delivering some very tnter eiting lectures recently at Atchisou,...

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. — 11 November 1865

ragj5g5aggacs!tiijfe.tti'JgcgagiLL,'JJiA L mt, -,-r glttC till lOU Leavenworth Advertisements. j Leavenworth A " yyxyy f 1.1 t-f - . L .W t 88 J. SAMUELS. J. WEISBACH. "ertisemt: .: M,ajfMttsmsa5aj9iuiHoiaKATtf!Kg jKi?.i utiLax.uJu: jF iVCZ COOBS, U EABYMABE CLOTHING, JM NB MATS, CAPS, Jm OTIONS OF ALL KINDS AND VARIETY) also S TAPLE ARTICLES, ROCKERY, CUTLERY and If OUSHOLD UTENSILS, JfI ECHANIC'S TOOLS, I N ABUNDANC E J RY GOODS &c. IN T REMENDOUS PROFUSION. I have just reiuenid from the East with the LAEGEST STOOK OF GOODS Ever brought to the Marysville Market, consisting of 5?.M. (W&& Sfr- &i Dry Iwoods and Notions ALL OF WHICH WILL BE SOLD AS LOW AS THE LOWEST AND AS CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST. Ularysvillc, Kansas. October, 7, 1SG5. 3-34-ly FRMR SCHMIDT. CITY DRUG STORE, AND mmimm bepot, BY 0. C. HOIZIl, MARYSVILLE, KAN. He is now receiving an Extensive Stock which has been selected with great care, and will warrant every article FRESH AND PURE. DRUGS AND MEDICINES, ...

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. — 18 November 1865

1 ( y. -6- !1 THE RI6 BLUE UNION, 3X EDWIN 0. MANNING. " Westward the Course of Empire takes its Way ! 11 1 VOLUME III, NUMBER 40. M-AJRYSVILILE, lELAJNTSAS, S-AuTXJEDAlf, NOVEMBEE, 18, 1865. THE BIG BLUE UNION, TCBLISIIED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, AT Marysville, Marshall County, Kansas. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One copy'one year, cash in advance, 51.50 Ten Copies, one year, 513.00 An extra copy to the getter up of a club of TeD RATES OF ADVERTISING. One square, first insertion 51.00 Each subsequent insertion, .50 Yearly advertisements inserted on very lib oral terms. Job W(to Done with dispatch and in the latest style o the art. j&gTPayment 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. I BRUMBAUGH & BOMjIIVGIER, ATT0KKEYS AT LAW Marysvillc, Kansas, Will practice in all the Courts of the Second Judicial District and Supreme Court of Kansas, nud the Courts of the Secon...

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. — 18 November 1865

;.-?2- , . - ?- -. -jsggsjr-; ' J".- , csBKs-JWMwafcsra- -a. &-". irS-ii .11. ii r-nrrrTHTBr """ hiji,hb '"" " ritir THE BIG BLUE UNION. E. C. MANNING, EDITOR. JIARYSVJLLK KANSAS. Saluday., JStovember ISlIi, 1S65. ".Flag of thft frae 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. Political. The political campaign was pretty ex citing in several counties of this State. Among the most animated, and we might eay most abusive, we would name Doni phan, Atchison, Bourbon and Lyon. In " Doniphan connty an independant ticket "beat the regular convention ticket, owing, we presume, to the fact that both county papers supported the independant ticket That ougnt to be enough to make any ticket successful. Each paper succeeded in helping itself a little wh...

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