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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Smoky Hill and Republican union. — 1 May 1862

r. THE SMOKY HILL AND REPUBLICAN UNION. , r "WE JOIN OURSELVES TO NO PARTY THAT DOES NOT CARRY THE FLAG, AND KEEP STEP TO THE MUSIC OF THE UNION." 33y 331akely fc jVIartdn. JXnSTCTIOjST, DAYIS CO., BLAjSTSAJS, THUESDAY, 3kA.TT 1, 1863 !in 1 A -. ff IVotlce. The annexed list of land in Davis County and lots in Junction City, Cuddy's Addi tion and Asbland, on which the State or County Taxes for the year 18G1 remain unpaid, are hereby advertised ; and so much of each tract of land or town lot, described in said list, as may he necessary for that purpose, will, on the first Tuesday of May nest and the next succeeding days, be Sold by me, at public auction, at the County Treasurer's Oflicc, in Junction Uty, for the taxes, penalties and charges thereon, unless the same shall have been paid before that time. DANIEL MITCHELL. Treasurer of Davis Co. List of Delinquent Lands & Lots In Davis County. TOWNSHIP 11, RANGE 5. EAST. Lot one in section thirty-five, lots four and five in sec thirt...

Publication Title: Smoky Hill And Republican Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Smoky Hill and Republican union. — 1 May 1862

- n HO! HO pi OR THE GEEAT INDUCEMENTS! lobsbal ras TO ALL WHO WIS1I TO BnCCEE TOTS. TIIEMSE1 A HOME ! rrns proprietor of Abilene, anticipating a l.rgc emigration to Western Kansas during the present year, and the location of the COUNTY SEAT of Dickinson Ccunty at that place, offer the Most Liberal 'inrtucemenls to all -who wish to locate there. To those who will make improvements -within twelve months he will donate from two to five lots, according to the amount of improvement Superior induce ments offered to Mechanics. lie will also make LIBEItAL DONATIONS for CHURCHES, SCHOOLS, and Public Improvements. Abilene is beautifully situated on a small stream of clear running water, one mile north of the Smoky Hill River, near the geograpical centre of Dickinson county, and on the great thoroughfare from the Missouri River to the Gold Regions, New Mexico, and California. It is the only town between Junction City and Saliua, and is located midway being twenty fivo miles from each. The cou...

Publication Title: Smoky Hill And Republican Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Smoky Hill and Republican union. — 8 May 1862

i- THE SMOKY HILL AND REPUBLICAN UNION. YE JOIN OURSELVES TO NO PARTY THAT DOES NOT CARRY THE FLAG, AND KEEP STEP TO THE MUSIC OF THE UNION." r By Blakely fc Martin. Smolij pll anb gup ufr'it ton, puBLisnED Evrar racnsuAr mousing dt WM. S. BLAKELY, - - - GEO. W. MARTIN. t Jixnction City, Kansas. OFFICE IV URICK BUILDING, CORNER OF SEVENTH A WASHINGTON Sx's. TEnV3 OF SlTJSCairTKBf One copy, one j-ear, - Ton conies, one year, ... $2.00 5.00 v Payment required in all cases in advance. All papers discontinued at the expiration of the limu for which payment is received. TEUMS OF ADVEUTISIXa: One square, first insertion, - $-00 Each subsequent insertion, - . 50 en lines or less being a square. Yearly advertisements inserted on liberal terms. job"woek done with dispatch, and in the latest etyle of the art. ILTPayment required for all Job "Work on delivery. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. BAUTLETT, W. K., Grocer and Produce Dealer, Washington street, between 7th 'and 8th streets. BECKER, W.M., City Bak...

Publication Title: Smoky Hill And Republican Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Smoky Hill and Republican union. — 8 May 1862

TELEGRAPHIC. Capture of New Orleans. Fort v Wright, April 28. From deserters we learn that New Or leans is now in quiet possession of the Fed erals. Porter's fleet passed Fort Jackson, Thursday after a desperate naval engage ment, in which one vessel was sunk and sevcial badly damaged. It was supposed the Federal loss was heavy. The rebel loss was sixty killed, and one hundred and eighty-four wounded. -The esgaement lasted a part of two days. "The Federals took possession of the city with out a struggle, the rebel force having evac uated it, after destroying what steamers they had no use for. They took with them 1hc greater portion of their military stores. -The Union citizens were jubilant. The strength of Fort Wright is stated by intelligent deserters to-be 8,000 men under Villipuga, who'has not been superseded, as reported. They have seven batteries, mount ing twenty -six guns. The news from New Orleans which came from several rebel sources is deemed of ut most impoifance. What E...

Publication Title: Smoky Hill And Republican Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Smoky Hill and Republican union. — 8 May 1862

T saestestMX&swt &i)t llMiifn. JUNCTION", THURSDAY, 3IAY 8, 1SG2. Junction City Po.t OiHce. AURJVALS .:,u un'.vuTL-ai-i of thu siaji.. Atchison, and Eastern Arrives Leavenworth, T . ailQiit'IMIUJ uj . ifaiTst ilk awl Northern Arrives Thursday, 81! M. JV-.atfs-Mo'nday, 6 A. M. Conn.'ii Onnu and Southern Arrives Monday 8 J'. 31. Departs Monday, G A. 3.1. Rabaunce and Topcka Arrives Tuesday, 8 P.M. Departs 31onday, G A. 31. Solomon "City and Western Arrives Tuesday, G P. 31. Departs Wednesday, G A. M. Office open from G A. 31. to 9 P. 31. Sunday, 6 to 9 A. M.,and 5 to G P. 31. r S. 31. STIUCKLER, P. M. CITY FACTS ANJ) FANCIES. 3 , .. .i.,;7- TOO MANY OF THEM. It would seem that Divine Providence has become especially enraged cainst the people of Junction, an'd is showering down his vengeance in the shape of whiskey shops. Our young city Is eidenfly deoted to that filthy god, Bacchus. It is humiliating to contemplate the fact that more whiskey is retailed in this place than in n...

Publication Title: Smoky Hill And Republican Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Smoky Hill and Republican union. — 8 May 1862

wittttail ttttmn. TIMBER FOR THE PRAIRIES. TIIE "WHITE "WILLOW. Tlic readers of: the report o the Eli nois Horticultural Society for 18G0 and 1861, may. remember seeing commenda tory notices of what was called the Gray or Powder "Willow. Mr. Overman, in 1860, said he had " the Pennsylvania Gray Willow the most rapid growing variety he had everlmown. Its habit is regular and trcc-forra, like the Larch; has but few branches, and makes wood equal to the Cottonwood." K. H. Pell, in the meeting of 1861, stated that " in seven years from the slip, the tree would make seven rails; a butt cut of four rails, a second of two, and a third of one. Thc3e rails had been known to last thrity years off the ground. It was a better wood to burn than the cottonwood." " Edwards had a tree set out in 1845 in the side of a turf fence, which was timtt TnoYlxr tlivnn Pnnf in si i n wt f v JJ 1XV II llOiUiT lUlU 1VUU 111 VllUXUWkUA These statements, coming as they did from reliable men, have naturally excit...

Publication Title: Smoky Hill And Republican Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Smoky Hill and Republican union. — 15 May 1862

T THE SMOKY HILL AND REPUBLICAN UNION. VE JOIN OURSELVES TO NO PARTY THAT DOES NOT CARRY THE FLAG, AND KEEP STEP TO THE MUSIC OF THE UNION." -n TO ;By Blakely & Martin. tLTLISIIED EVUiy TIIUBSDAT MORNING BY WM.S.BLAKELY.- - - GEO. W. MARTIN, .A-t J" unction City. Kansas. OFFICE IN- BRICK BUILDING, CORNER OF SEVENTH & WASHINGTON St's. TLUV5 OK SCBSCUU'TION" One copy, one year, -Ton coma, one year, - $2.00 5.00 rayment required in all cases in advance. All papers discontinued at the expiration of the time for which payment is received. TERMS OF ADVERTISING! One square, first insertion, -Each subsequent insertion, $.00 50 en lines or less beinaj a square. Yearly advertisements inserted on liberal terms. done with dispatch, and in the latest style of the art. , O" rayment required for all Job work ou delivery. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. BARTLETT, W. K., Gbocer and Produce Dealer, Washington street, between 7th aud 8th streets. BECKER, WM., City Bakery oni Confection ary, Washington Str...

Publication Title: Smoky Hill And Republican Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Smoky Hill and Republican union. — 15 May 1862

Hi &)z VL x 0 xi . JUiYCTIOX, KANSAS, srmsixArsr, :mj.y is, lees. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. We, whose names head this paper, are responsible for anything find everything that appears in these column?, whether it pertains to weak-kneed Union men at Fort Riley or grog shops in Junction City. No threats of personal chastisement or legal prosecution can swerve us from that line of conduct which wc have marked out as the path of duty, and wc want all whom it interests to so understand it. In making assertions wc are ever careful lo make only such as can be substantiated by facts and undoubted proof, and wc intend to stand up to those to the best of our ability, at nil hazards. Pursuing, as wc believe, a just and honorable course towards all, wc are not to be intimidated by threats, but shall continuo to assail reb els, and all other pests of society, wherever they may be found. We intend to use what little power wc possess against rebels, whether they arc upon soil made glorious by fre...

Publication Title: Smoky Hill And Republican Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Smoky Hill and Republican union. — 15 May 1862

F-gT" Tgigwy 4 1 &).e TXniffn J UNCTION, THURSDAY, MAY 1 3, 1SG2 Junction City Tost Oflice. AfcUIVALS AND WT.UIICWS OF THE 3IM. Leavenworth, Atchison, and Eastern-Arrives , nd departs daily- . , , lurysvillc and orthtrn-Amves Thursday, 8 P.M. Dcpais Monday, b A..A1. Council Grove and Southern Arrives Monday Wabaunsee and Topeka Arrives Tuesday, 8 F.M. Departs Monday, G A. M. Solomon ji-5 "- ..i.i. .....-., j. C P. 31- Departs "Wednesday, G A. 31. Oflice open from G A. 31. to 9 P. 31. Sunday, & to 9 A. 31., and 5 to G P. 31. S. 31. STRICKLER, P. M. CITY FACTS ANDFANCIES- Uje wish this one thing to be distinctly understood : we are not to be intimidated by rum-sellers or rum-suckers. Wc believe the sale of intoxicating drinks to be the most baneful and blighting curse imposed on a people the most detestable .nuisance and as such shall always treat it. The uncalled for number of saloons in our town have prompted us to call the attention of our citizens to the fact, and agitate ...

Publication Title: Smoky Hill And Republican Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Smoky Hill and Republican union. — 15 May 1862

.,., - -y-, watii)i&mi&$rmr&&rtm $ntntmil ttmm. ON THE CULTIVATION OF LOCUST TIMBER. There is now a desire in some sections lo cultivate timber trees. Perhaps some of the readers of the Valley Farmer would be willing to engage in the cul ture of them if they knew how to do so economically and successfully. To such I will impart such information as will en able them to raise a large quantity of Black Locust with but little labor. The first move, is to procure the seed, which may be had before the loth of May, as the seed of the Black Locust hangs on until after leaf. Select a piece of rolling land with a stiff clay sub-soil, with from 3 to 9 inches of loam; put it in about the same order as for corn, and free of clods, as they may break down the young plants, which are very easily destroyed, until they attain 10 or 12 inches high. They may be killed by frost at that hight. The locust seed should be planted with corn every third row, Locusts and in every hill of that r...

Publication Title: Smoky Hill And Republican Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Smoky Hill and Republican union. — 22 May 1862

' i THE SMOKY HILL AND REPUBLICAN UNION. "WE JOIN OURSELVES TO NO PARTY THAT DOES NOT CARRY ?THE SLAG, AND KEEP STEP TO THE MUSIC OF THE UNION." jr f: 3y IBlakely fc Martin. JTHSTjCTIOISr, D.AVTS CO., KAJSTBA- THURSDAY, MAY 22, 1862. "VToL I.-3STo. 31, i Srnohj pll anb frtgub'n Titian, I'bBLISHED EVEBV TIILUSUAT MOUMNG Br WM.S.BLAKELY. - - - GEO. W. MARTIN, -A-t Junction City. liansas. OFFICE IX BRICK BUILDING. CORNER OF SEVENTH A WASHINGTON St's. ZUUTS OK iCBaCmrTIOK One copy, Ten copiv one year, - $2.00 5.00 copies, olio 3 car, - I'nj'incnt required in all cases in advance. All jnK.rs discontinued at the expiration of the time for which payment is received. TH1M3 OK Ani:TlSlNG: One u ire, firt insertion, luicli subsequent insertion, $00 50 en lints or less being a square. Yeaily udvcrtiiementa inserted on liberal terms. jos'woiik: done with dispatch, and iu the latest style of the art. O Payment required for all Job Woikon delivery. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. BARTLETT, W. K., Gi-.ockr ak...

Publication Title: Smoky Hill And Republican Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Smoky Hill and Republican union. — 22 May 1862

j--".. "-i: j y rNfcpaaWaarfgTjg- Hrjn &!) JX ti xn . . JUNCTION, KANSAS, THITBSDAY, MAY 23, 1802. Spkakmg of aho is Governor, and who 'aint.. the Topeka Tribune sa 6 : "Was there ever ever a State eo deplorably mixed before ? Unless some change for the better tikes place, and that, too, Bpeedily, we ought to expect that the Al mighty will Bend down upon our State the fire and brimstone of his most terrible wrath, puri fying a by fire this wicked and perverse Com monwealth." m m : Their Destination Militabt Matters All the available forces in this State have been or dered to Corinth, to reinforce General Halleck. Sickness among the troops at Corinth necessi tates this move, as out of 120,000 men Halleck has but 85,000 effectives. This is not understood as countermanding the order for the Indian Ex pedition but only that to New Mexico. The troops thus ordered are the Kansas First and Seventh, and the- "Wisconsin Twelfth and Thir teentb, the whole tinder the command of Briga dier ...

Publication Title: Smoky Hill And Republican Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Smoky Hill and Republican union. — 22 May 1862

w, &t)t Union JUNCTION, THURSDAY, HAY 22, 1862. Junction City J?ost Office. ARRIVALS AT DETARTCRES OF THE MAIL. Leavenworth, Atchison, and Eastern Arrives Vv and departs daily. Marvsville and 2Sorthem Arrives Thursday, 8 P. M. Departs Monday, 6 A. M. Council Grove and Southern Arrives Monday 8 P. 31. Departs Monday, 6 A. M. Wabaunsee and Topeka Arrives Tuesday, 8 P.M. Departs Monday, 6 A. M. Solomon City and "Western Arrives Tuesday, G P. M. Departs "Wednesda3-, 6 A. 31. Office open from 6 A. M. to 9 P. 31. Sunday, 8 to 9 A. M.,and 5 to C P. 31. TriT S. 31. STKICKLER, P. M. CITY FACTS AND FANCIES Cr "Billy" 3Iitchcll, private Secretary to Gen. Mitchell, accompanies the General to Shiloh. ETAll tlie rum-sellers of Island City -were in the guard house for persisting in their nefarious business, notwithstanding orders. . m m m m D Any one particularly anxious for a good eound drubbing, will just say "Home Guard" to a Kansas Second boy. A'TViscoNsix battery arrived one day last week...

Publication Title: Smoky Hill And Republican Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Smoky Hill and Republican union. — 22 May 1862

-- jvteza&rq. N pcultural abm. ESEEDS OF CATTLE. Homed cattle are kept chiefly for their milk, their labor, and for the pro duction of beef. They also cousume and thus make useful many products o the farm which would otherwise be lost, and furnish manure for the en richment of the soil. They are divided into certain races, breeds or families, distinguished by dif ferent qualities or characteristics which have been produced or developed by varieties of climate and soH, and by the manner in which they have been re quired to live by man. There are five distinct races or breeds in this country, known as Ayrshires, Jerseys, Shorthorns, Dcvons and Here fords, ludividuals of other breeds have been imported from time to time, but their number has been so small that .they have had little eiTcct on .the stock of the country. Ko one of these breeds unite, in a very high degree, all desirable qualities. Some arc best fitted for giving milk, others for beef or labor. Cattle should therefore ...

Publication Title: Smoky Hill And Republican Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Smoky Hill and Republican union. — 29 May 1862

THE SMOKY HILL AND REPUBLICAN UNION. "WE JOIN OURSELVES TO NO PARTY T1IAT DOES NOT CARRY THE FLAG, AND KEEP STEP TO THE MUSIC OF TIIE UNION." 33y IBlakely & Martin. JUNCTION, DA.VTS CO., K-A2STS.AS, THXrRSDA.Y9 MA.Y 20, 1S62. "Vol. I -jSTo. 32. Smolig pll anfcgfgu&'n Sfaioir, I'UBLISnEl) I.VEKV THUnSDAV MORNING EY WM.S.BLAKELY, - - - GEO. W. MARTJX, .AA Junction City, Kansas. OFFICE IN URICK BUILDING. CORNER OF SEVENTH & WASHINGTON St's. TEEMS OK SUBSCim'TION S2.00 5.00 One copy, one j-car, - Ten copies, one 3'ear, ... Payment required in all cast. in advance. All papers discontinued at the expiration of the time for which lament is received. TEKMS OK ADVEKTlsING : One square, first insertion, - - - $.00 Each subsequent insertion, 50 en lines or leis beiiii a .-qiiare. Yearly ad erliseni"nto insetted on liberal terms. -TO!3":wpKK done with dispatch, and in the latest btyle of the art. AT" Payment required for all Job "Work on delivery. &) XX n ion. JUNCTION, THURSDAY...

Publication Title: Smoky Hill And Republican Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Smoky Hill and Republican union. — 29 May 1862

TWa.jfeJyViS.aySSS ' f.T-tJZ& ' - - fgXfr-f- Vv l TELEGRAPHIC. Trom McClellan's Axmr--Interesting State of Aflairs J in Dixie. The Baltimore American's correspondent Etatcs that a steamer from White Ilouse biingsa number of passengers from the headquarters of McClellan's army, which was in proximity to Bottom Bridge, over which a portion of the army had already passed. The Second Division had crossed the Chichahominy at New Bridge, seven miles further up, and within eight miles of ltichmoud. It was rumored that a proposition for an armistice for ten days had been made by the rebels. Of course no such an idea could be entertained. The advance of our army was underwood to bo within fiue miles of Richmond, to which point the enemy had fallen back with but a slight effort to check our onward movement. Two intelligent c'tizens from Petersburg, who fled from that city to avoid conscrip tion, arrived at Portress Monroe, and left immediately for McClellan's headquarters, for which they ...

Publication Title: Smoky Hill And Republican Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Smoky Hill and Republican union. — 29 May 1862

&)t Union ; JUNCTION, THURSDAY, 3IAT 29, 1862. J O" Major Russell is novr in Second Regiment. command of the Ed Fenlov, of Leavenworth hns been appointed -, Sutler and Postmaaler at Fort LeaenwortIi. Tlie papers down there say lie is a sound egg. Oy The Conservative 6ays that the Kansas Rcimenls will be sent to Corinth -with the greatest possible dispatch. They are needed. - - IJENitr Ga.vz receives a new stock of goods this -week. Give hira a call. His goods are among the cheapest. Streeteb it Strickler will have a quantity of Agricultural Implements up from the River next week. Farmers will make a note of it. Arrested. -"William Lane was arrested by Shf riff Callen last Tuesday evening, on an in dictment from the Grand Jury for stealing. He was released on bail. TJThe sales of the house of Thos. Carney it Co. for this month amount to $123,000. That is only one house. It speaks volumes for Leav enworth. m e A Szj.-e.ct Bm.l will come off next Tuesday evening at the Hall, under ...

Publication Title: Smoky Hill And Republican Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Smoky Hill and Republican union. — 29 May 1862

riatlfural abm. CORN ITS NATIVITY INCREASED PEE ACEE, &c. YIELD Of the cereal grains none- is more extensively cultivated in the United States than corn (maize). The varie ties arc very numerous, depending a great deal upon the character of the soil and climate upon which they are grown. No grain may be grown through a wider range of latitude than Indian corn nourishing from about 40 degrees of Southern to 45 degrees of Northern latitude. Accord ing to the mean temperature, it ripens from six weeks to seen months. With the exception of rice, it furnishes the daily food for a larger number of hu man beings than any other grain. Corn is a native grain of the United States. It was first cultivated on the James River, Virginia, by the English, in 1G08. The mode of culture was similar to that followed by the Indians. As the science of Agriculture becomes letter understood, the yield of corn per acre increases. It is almost marvelous to sec what a span there is in the yield of corn pe...

Publication Title: Smoky Hill And Republican Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Smoky Hill and Republican union. — 5 June 1862

liTWrmr i imw 1 f THE SMOKY HILL AND REPUBLICAN UNION. n . "WE JOIN OURSELVES TO NO PARTY THAT DOES NOT CARRY THE FLAG, AND KEEP STEP TO THE MUSIC OF. THE UNION." 23y Blakely fe Martin. JXHSTCTIOsT, TDVTS CO., KIAJSTSAS, THURSDAY, JTJjSTE 5, 1862. Vol. I -No. 33. I' 1 .' J molm fjtll anb JStpubn ton, rUDLISUED EVOIV TULKSDT MORMQ or WM.S.BLAKELY, - - - GEO. VT. MARTIN, .A.t Junction City, Ivan-iy. OFFICE IX BRICK BUILDIXG. CORNER OF SEVEXTII fc WASHIXGTOX St's. TLRMS OT SUUSCKll'TIOX : One copy, one year, - - - $2 00 Ten copies, one 3 ear, .... 15.00 All papers discontinued at the expiration of Uie time for "which lament is received. TEUM3 OF ADVERTISING: One square, first insertion, - $1.00 Each subsequent insertion, 50 en lines or less beinij a square. Yearly advertisements inserted on liberal terms. job'woek done "with dispatch, and in the latest style of Uie art. O" Payment required for all Job 'Work on delivery. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. BARTLETT, W. K., Grockr and Pboihjcb Dealer, W...

Publication Title: Smoky Hill And Republican Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Smoky Hill and Republican union. — 5 June 1862

Wjfe S I) t W n x 0 n JUKCTIOIV, KAXSAS, T33njI?SIJ3L"5L', JXJ1STE G, 1SG2. THE COMING FOURTH OF JULY. The time is dott rapidly approaching chen another Fourth of July will be -witnessed by the American people. The glorious reminiscences that cluster around this celebrated day must be rendered doubly dear to all loyal citizens of the country by the memorable events of the last six months. One Fourth of July in the year 177C caw a determined people declare themselves free nnd independent; another Fourth of July in the year 1SG2 will probably behold the same people us anxious and determined to preserve the Gov ernment as they were to found it. That the American Union is to remain a whole 'one and inseparable," is no longer a matter of doubt. The Power that made the Xation is as powerful to re-make it, as recent facts in our Nation's history have irrefragibly shown. The Union has passed through an ordeal of fire, and thanks to an oveiruling Providence i3 coming out, although not unscat...

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