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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Big blue union. — 18 November 1865
n&nrr-vfT-rBjH i Ji..,.ITff1rir zz. .saSFW THE3IG BLUE UNION, oVjm rr o JFJFJ CE R S' OF MARSHALL GO UNTY, KANSAS.- X COTTRELL, Probate Judge; A E. LOVELL, Trecsurer. JMES GRAY, Sheriff. ALEX. CAMPBELE, District Clerk. R. S. NEW ELL, County Clerk. 07F. KXESTER, County Recorder E C. MANNING, Assessor. t WM. McCLOSKEY, Surveyor. THOMAS McCOY, Coroner. FRANK SCHMIDT, ) JAMES KELLEY, Co. Commissioners. J. FREELAND j focal Rnb Special Dtotfos. A very pleasant party came off at the resi dence of Dr. J. H. McDougall, last Thursday ni"kf. Tha lady who sent the printers some of the party cake will please accept thanks therefor. - ' - PomoiiiinsaUnsicot "fixed up" in hisl new Post Omcc building opposite F. Schmidt's store. - Sol Miller is elected Senator from Doniphan county. Wo do not know whether he takes Lane's or Drenning's place. m i There will bca meeting at the Courthouse this, (Saturday) evening at 7 o'clock to organize a North "Western Kansas Immigration Society. Mr. Leighton, fo...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Big blue union. — 18 November 1865
"ZS&&ZZ A JF ANCY COODS, H EADY MADE CLOTHING, A NDHATS, CAPg?- JV OTIONS OF ALL KINDS AND VARIETY) aho S TAPLE ARTICLES, C ROCKERY, CUTLERY and H OUSEOLD UTENSILS, Jf ECHANIC'S TOOLS, I N ABUNDANC E B RY GOODS &c IN T REMENDOUS PROFUSION. I have juBt reluemd from the East -with the LAEGEST STOCK OF GOODS Ever brought to the Marysville Market, consisting of Dry and Notions, ALL OF "WHICHWILL BE SOLD AS LOW AS THE LOWEST AND AS CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST. Marysville, ----- Kansas. October, 7, 1865. 3-34-ly FRANK SCHMIDT. city mm STORE, AND MEDICINE DEPOT, BY O. C. UORR, "MARYSVILLE, KAN u He ia now receiving an Extensive Stock which has been selected with great care, and will warrant every article FRESH AND PURE, DRUGS AND MEDICINES, CHEMICALS , PAINTS, OILS, DYE-STUFFS, 4 , TOILET-SOAPS, POMADES, J v PERFUMERY, LAMES, Of all kinds, in great quantity. SCHOOL BOOKS, . iblajshk: books, Stationary fc Notions! OF THE FIRST QUALITY. P&TEJhT MEMCIIVES. &c, &e., &c. P...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Big blue union. — 2 December 1865
i. .. ""vx &" 7 H'C i . ftr ' -S. r v. 4m, ju jr THE BIG BLUE CUriOW. tfJ. M .J V " ik CT 1KWMWgMBini II "'MB , s&&1ms$ BY EDWIN C. MANNING. THE BIG BLUE UNION, PUBLISHED EVERY 2ATUI1DAY MORNIXG, AT Marysville, Marshall County, Kansas. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One copylone year, cash ia advance, l?l-0 Ten Copies, one year, ...la.uu An extra copy to me geuer up n mu i Ten. RATES OF ADVERTISING. I One square, first insertion en j Each subsequent insertion, -50 Yearly advertisements inserted ou vei nu- Icral terms. JOB mm, Done with dispatch and in the latest style o the art. TPaymenL required for. all Job ffork on delivery. All Communications, or matters relating to the business of the office, should be addressed to E. C. MANNING, Publisher. ATTORNEYS AT LAW Marysville, 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 particular atten tion to payin...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Big blue union. — 2 December 1865
L J!iL.'tZJUJ'-l,J''l-'W3B-''-0 the big Bamumas: E. C. MANNING, EDITOR., MARYSVILLE, KANSAS. Satuday, December 2nd, 1865. "Flag of the Free heart's hope nd home, By angel hands'to valor given ; Thy stars have lit the welkin dome, And all thy hues were born of heaven. ForSVEB. FLOAT THAT STANDARD SttEET ! Where breathes the foe but falls before With Freedom's soil beneath our feel, , And Freedom's banner streaming o'er Tlie Shenandoah. The career of this celebrated Anglo Rebel pirate, is at last terminated. On the 6th of November she hauled up in Liverpool, England, and surrendered to a British Man of War. There her history started and there it ends. The crew was unconditionally released, but the vessel being demanded by the U. S. authorities she was turned over to them and has been brought to this country. Our Govern ment will have a nice little bill to present to Mr. John Bull for the damages that tbi3 pirate has done. Long after the re bellion had closed and the Southern Con feder...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Big blue union. — 2 December 1865
. .nut mt hum aJUUJMUCJIJ.ajjLimaN r.3se- & i-i f-t&n THE BIG BLUE UNION, MAYSYILLE, KANSAS. COUNT'S OFFICERS 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. KG2STER, County Recorder. E. C. MANNING, Assessor. WM. McCLOSKEY, Surveyo'r. THOMAS McCOY, Coroner. FRANK SCHMIDf , ) JAMES KELLEY, Co. Commissioners. J. FREELAND J focal mfo Special $totias. Rev. Charles Parker will preach in the Court House nest Sabbath evening at 7 o'clock. i . Our old friend JoJin Hughs was married this week to Miss. Josephine Auiier of this place. Success and happiness attend them. The Kausas Independent is the title of a new religious paper, devoted to the Presbyterian in terests, to be established in Leivenworth City. Next Thursday is the National and State Thanksgiving day. We hope to see it appropri ately observed in Marvsville. S A barrel of honey, a lot of beautiful clocks, ...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Big blue union. — 2 December 1865
RSMftlM(2ieaeSS&&- " " -.i;l&. ff juSfgTyfcSfisffii! i J SAMUELS. J. WEISBACH. SAMUELS & TFEISBACH, Having formed a Copartnership and united our extensive Stock, we have opened business in the Store lately occupied by Major Samuels and are ready to fill all orders at the lowest market rates. Major Samuels is going East 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 Groods, 3Boot5 Shoes, Hardware, Q"aeensware3 Furnish i n g Groods AND BEADY-MADE CLOTfflNG. and Farming Implements. We buy, and pay the highest market price !n Cash, fo GRAIN AND FEED, COUNTRY PRO DUCE, HIDES, FURS, $c, $a. Particular attention will be paid to the Ranch Traders, o whom we offer extra inducement...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Big blue union. — 19 May 1866
fc- -4r: I i-v" . S --tK " ff 3PT 3 BY EDWIN 0. MANNING. - . "Westward the Course of Empire takes its Way!" VOLUME IV, NUMBER 4. "5 W 4 MAEYS VILLE, KANSAS, SA.TUPEIDA.Y, MA.1T, 19, 1866. r THE BIG HUE 7' WniAt THE BIG BLUE UNION, PUBLISHED EVERY .SATURDAY MOUSING, AT MarysviHe, Marshall County, Kansas. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One copy'one year, cash in advance, $1.50 Tah Homes, one year. U $13.00 An extra copy to tue getter up 01 ciuo ui Ten. . KATES Ul AJJVJSttl'iSiJNti. One square, first insertion $1.00 I Each subsequent insertion, .o0 Yearly advertisements inserted on very lib eral tsrms. JOB170IIK, Done with dispatch andjn. the latest style o ih.taxt. JtSTTaymeat "required for all S ob "York on delivery. All Communications, or matters relating to fts business of tho office, should be addressed to B. C BANNING, Publisher. ATTORNEYS AT LAW Marysvitlc, Kansas, .TYill practice in all the Courts of the Second Judicial District and Supreme Court of Kansas, iul the Courts of the Second...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Big blue union. — 19 May 1866
r rf-r. .aBbk-. ' missamxtr rWK THE BIG BLUE TOJJON. E. C. MANNING,,; iEmTOR. MARYSVILLE, KANSAS. Saturday, May 191b, 1S66. "Flag of th free heart's hope and home, By angel hands to valor given ; Thy stars have lit the velkin dome, And all thy hues -were born of heaven. FOEEVEEFLOATTIIAT STANDARD SllEETl Where breathes, the foe but falls befof e us "With Freedom's soil beneath our feet, And Freedom's banner streaming o'er us; Farewell ! This is the last copy of the Big Blue Union that will ever-be issued. TJiis place "will not support two papers. Owing to our frequent suspension and lack of good ma terial the Enterprisehas got the start of us. We are going to start a new paper in Man hattan if nothing happens to us that we now know of. Pflanhattan is a thriving promising place, and the people there have promised a liberal support to us if we would come there with a new paper. We shall try it. Our heart is with Marysville and its people. We are loth to leave. Our new paper will be co...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Big blue union. — 19 May 1866
2 T3 If j--lm IMiMMMMMIt3J333WP3rT;rrrrTT3WTIWniWrirMll 1 1 Jnsa ubm MIMMMaB 5 . ; - ; r - A. THE BIG BLUE NION, MATSTILLS, KANSAS. I II nil I r rnrni 'i i iiimi i i w i i n focal Hnb-jccml Uotrcts, r, Beef has fallen in price in Marysiville. . ' There are a few deaths from Cholera report- & ed in New York City. There is. an active demand for potatoes in town now. A few loads would sell well. All those .who Towe us for this paper are requested to immediately settle jap.as we are much in need of monev. Don't wait to be dunned again. Work will commence on the Railroad running west from St Joseph through this place in a few weeks. The river continues stationary. Leavemscrlh Bulletin., Why don't you give it eomclhing to move it ? Several citizens of cur county are out on a buffalo hunt. Thisy exciting pastime is a favor ite sport of our frontiersmen. The work on the School house is progressing finely. Ja the course of two weeks the rock for the building will all be quarried and deli...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Big blue union. — 19 May 1866
nmtv' .ummmmmmmmii y . . &,?-- 4 H- -. "i J.TYEISBACH. SAMUELS :& WEISBACH, Wholesale Jt Retail Dealers I!f .J SAMUELS jEr;tf Goods, H . IBootsSlioesV Hardware, 4 Queensware,, -!F-arnisliiiig Goods AND -READYMAEE CLOTHING. GRO CEFHES, and Farming Implements. We buy, and pay the highest market price In Cash, for GRAIN AND FEED, COUNTRY PRO DUCE, BIDES, FURS, c, . Particular attention "will be paid to the Ranch Traders, t whom we offer extra inducements. Remember the old stand of Major Samuels. We are sole Agents in North-Western Kansas for Overman & Man, of Illnois. for the sale of their warranted Osage Orange Seed for which wc take orders. Wo have lately receivedjthe largest stock of Spring and;Summer goods ever offered for sale west of the Missouri river,hich was bought a the laBt panic in the East, for cash and which we v, ill sell with usual profits, all we ask now of our friends and the trading public at large is to come and examine our stock and prices and sat isfy ...