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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 14 May 1863

r -ay- -r-ziff. t ' Wt-isaj5 1 lor" tt" Jkrintr. " ' About Corrants. -We cultivate our r grapes and strawberries carefully, and most other fruits we raise. Bat the poor currant, that has to take care of itself ; it is so common and so hard. And jet the currant would prosper exceedingly, if it was proper) treated. There would be "currants like cherries, and an abundance that would as tonish us. Transplant toot currants; be a little careful with then, and give them a decent soil, made rich and mellow. If it is a deep black soil it will look all the better. Keep -the grass out, and let the currant, for once, hare fair plaj hare the ground to itself. Cover the spaces between the bushes with sawdust or straw, to keep the ground moist and free from weeds. Do all this, and you will see how delighted your currant bushes win be. They will grow so lusty you will smile. Dark, coarse stems, full of juices. Set the plants four or fire feet apart. But yon must attend to them. They will grow too b...

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. — 21 May 1863

s, -;-A I Mmm$m&mm . Mmmmw mohi ' - ... . . ' wr .' . . i r . - i . ' ' i jcsT'in'l zA rilia-jaS - cmran.-.fril .--ik- .! ri sufafst 6'iid W Jii n!iT. s.'.j'' ' $; e .!k;fi& casjmH 3(I2 aii-W it-M' at ,rrc !!;.- ii. 4 ..'. -. :. .- .--- 'rtfii1. sSis-SVls. " - .-. : 5 ' . t r - , . - -. - jr3r rTic:i - - - .3iaj.nK :aos ,',"n. 5- "-,' rl "i -tnir-iO 6-. r , .rj !,'' ' - :')-,'..'. -'V..J' "!"i SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. - THE CONSTITUTJON AND THE UNION. 4 TERMS $2.99 PER AIUVH, 19 AfTAICtt" VOLUME VI. NUMBER 46. .WHITE CLOUD,, KANSAS, OJHUBSDAY, MAY 21, 1863. WHOLE number; M r -v1 J rr , r: -s - f :' "' ! . i' .".-.- - -T . SferEks3 a 4MBHnufe( J oT -' .JWHHPVK. . ,. , j-. "',.s , ,. H'SBCSaBBirE- - JbfssHaamaafl-V11-7 s- v- - - ----- " - . , 22m1amBmBmBmBmBmBmBmBm1mBmBmBs V '' . w ' ' .at a. a T t- w - srrfXmBaK-mBmBmBmBmBmaamBmBmBmT J- J ' J - " r J. I-" f. AJHt fi -- liNI T -I-- l T , " fl UK .eaamV 4ammV -eaamV. am. . W ., aft... ... . . .eftftammm t . ., ... I4H...

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. — 21 May 1863

$tje Kansas Cfytef. SOL. MILLER. EDITOR.' WHITE CLOUD. KASSAS: Thirsiay, : : : : : May 21, I8J laveJswortfc Xteffta 4ee U." We find tbe following in a Jite naaber of the Conservative : ri - : "The feeling in Lawrence, aeemslo be Tery general that Leevaworth is her en emy. There ie a similar pnblic opinion in Emporia, in tbe western pert of the State, and in the whole northern tier of OonntleeV'It ii evident" that' tbe dislike of Lawrence, and rthe enmity of Atchi son, proceed from entirely different causes. and it ia a little singular that soch diverse localities! entertain sneh accordant senti ments, bnt sncb is tbe fact, and onr pob lie jnenshooldjEnow it, and lose no time in removing tne causes wnicn nave Jed to this result.' It can be done by a magnan imous course and by a generous public spirit. "Tbe people of Kansas are bound to gether by enduring ties, and there are no substantial reasons wby one portion of them should be enstranged from tne otn er." Tbe Bulletin baa alao,,.w...

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. — 21 May 1863

j-- " , i K. G. C. M.SErW.B.cHMO --'" , IJo-OPEBATIO.1 u ..- '.TBUt08'. . t r nk1hM the FS''iSvedfro. .. .(T 1IJ' -- af jtrt,tiroriQj gjpjcuble connection. " Mrfforwine ye.rs nMr ""'?- - A ' bonis previont to his nbb,,le?'l.u.fi.-mnld not die -.toil to tnetn i- - -. & 5. without relieving his conctence rtght which bnrdened it. of"el , i.huhe was a Knight -Heeopw-7 .. h order WM fT.ndei.eD85rely reprinted, in M,rtlr "u ... rr. .fated that ra- -t northern cui. - 8 A eeneral communication wk PU-r," between the headqnarter of wrrlfrl on brtwee Jeff iVe'Kni?"' J ;nt that h - . Thai Db w' t.(, -- Du"r department had arranged with " ;tioo of which he was a mem- Vd,itt -be Fe,,ral forCB that poceof drws h. attention m flf Sooth. MJM w arm b a lul "opoTwhington. nd aided J ,..:. ind nther northern stati?. ,1,,7. I. -J I nrmn thn Gov- tt?'Drt. i., fnrr lpaviner onr army Sonth JtV'-tr to desolate at the expense of re itfnon in their wn State. Pl 1 ( lauriunn'Mi. u....."..w.. tyanthority fa...

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. — 21 May 1863

' - "v. 32E1 eftlMfW' Garden Wrk-for Mar Aa m tee ianow to be lost, tod we bare no peJal aggeetiona to make in regard to prep aratory labors, jre proceed at once to elate waatT jeremaijato be done. 8etRng'ut CabgjPUnt?ttpTt a bed by manuring -if heavily: dig the manure in deeply; rake the toil Tery fine, and when this - U accomplished Mt out the -plants In rows 3 'feet apart, the plant being 2 feet apart in the rows. 'In taking np the planU for tranaplant i lug, treat them aa advised last month,, Sstria Cabbage Seed Early daring the month sow cabbage seed for a supply daring the winter. For this purpose the Saroy Is one of the best varieties. .Partnip, Carrots and Bed. Drill in a supply of these early In 'the month for winter use. Raditk Sod. Sow radish seed at Interrals of ten days for a succession of crops. Ixttuee Vital oat yoang plants for heading, and sow fresh seed at interrals of ten days or two weeks. - , vP. Drill in a few rows of peas 'every three weeks to proTide a regula...

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. — 28 May 1863

' '. T-'' " i,-""1 '"T1 , M!Art!"fCH3KOfi-'?--" W'';'V:ICT -'' aVi' ' " " ''" 5 .7 -I - - - - - til3JJIH .JOS ,. j, i " jt-rr ji 3- ' ;K - triJjAt UJUrwuio i i. MmBrigBiiTrMr' : -. . 7 , , , - i ,. ' -- - oi - , ffir rj.r,-,.!' ". o . ' i - va '4 ". v " ' ;" "tl '-'- '" '': TS'f;, n ,' . " ,". ' 1..: rx ",! . - U tt, .- ? V r r " yl ' ' i . .. i n.....v -.' --r " ltr - 2 . -w BP II - - ' - . I I - y - . . - M1 ..-.. ---- - ....--- ii .ii -m. .i ... ---. - I i -a. '.- -.a--nBaW- - ..I.H I . .MILLEB, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. ', SOL MEVI-:NS-BER',4tl imi fNbJ! ..,. uisinnoH. ' aa l'1" . .ii... v.va ml nrtnted in a ntith f IffU aibciv . - r-z-- ' jt u It iiJ "' CT"rel r J 1lraIll'ff"l""I1,,",, ,,,S,.t!fH''S'oft,,erree I. J.t. oe .1"ed to do.t. Ulttariithmh t. f.II fro" '!""" " ttV UbH P" b' 'r',, tmt- rh,- ,1k,..- f .r - '" fc,';w ll k Tk. U k ' '" l"he,J ti'l't,',"1,,"v,e""): For Ais" "me l'?,,",lk' Drt'!rU!l'!""", A!ar- u in V'. the fa!'' of EU'' fa" Ji tj .wJormockits 3 b""0' llL e mJ, ...

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. — 28 May 1863

$t)c Kansas )tt OL. JCIXLER, EDITOR. HUE CLOUD. XAJT8A8: Tktniay, : : Nay 28, I8C3. Man. As an evidence of onr de lightful mail arrangements, we will re Mark, last one day laat week we received letter from Troy, in this County, and one from Nashville, Tennessee, both bear- ' log post-jnarka of tbe aame date. We are tbinking of having all onr mail mat ter from tbia Connty come .by way of Kaabvilla. . A letter from 8t. Joseph, was brooght to ni aome daya afterwards. by private conveyance, from Padonia. Theee'miacarriagea are chargeable to aome postmaster between here and Troy. Aa there are only two port officea on the roote between tbe two towni, the fanlt must be at Highland, where tbe Pado- nia mail branchea off. These mat ten have eaosed na mncb bother and perplex ity, andtbe lose of many dollari. from die satisfied eabtcriberi, or those who wonld have anbscribed, had there been any reli able mail facilities. We had a call, this week, from Mr. Ingertol), tbe new Mail Agent,' who is...

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. — 28 May 1863

StyingamBJiB- . -rSnonr has sent s messsge to the WeofKew York, .rowing b. purpose to " hntipre" himself in f.ror of an taent toYbe ConstituUon of the Bute, to Bir.rme re.uft previous to the next Selection. The ; bill be- usurpation" -hich should excite the alarm ef tbe Copperheads. rrTbeCI.rcIandHeraldsays: "Theentire ttdct.treDgth of the Army of the Poto L under Hooker, -as recent! set down at 159539- The Surgeon General, by publishing tie number or men m .. j- -lioning the per centage they bear to the whole force,heedIeIyoetrJedlhe number to the eosstry." rr The wsy in which the soldiers Tote is i..n bf the election forjudge of the Supreme ' .. u-;.MMin. In a total Tote of 11.096. " rt. Union candidate, has 9,338, leaving Cothren,Cop?rn.v . - -- on's majority i'7-530 jX Oorernor Tod, of Ohio, announces his in tention to becosie the Union candidate for gmo, the ensuing fall election, subject ythMCtionofthe Union State Contention. He "ill doublets sweep the State by an over .fehaiB...

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. — 28 May 1863

I-...! . .. t..-i?M?.a-.--M -.--- wiiii jmracnr-rm--w J f . -.-Tg? fT" T. .-""-.y .y"'1" ' "' "T ' V.JS "'""' ZTZ1MM - - SSgStltltSSSStSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSStMtMtMtMS' . . . -W III!" . ja' O JffHle Jamer. -' .fiaxarao'dSyrnp- We trust Ibat the farmers are not neglecting in tbe'eottonandlobaeco excitement, the Sor ghum and Imphee cane crop this spring. It will be a good thing for the cultivators of the oil in Kansas to raise enough cotton and flax to tlothe' the little and tig people or the State, or what js the.eame tbingraiie. enough to sell to pay ibr what clothes the people require. But it is something equally to be desired, that tbey raise the cane and manufacture the sugar and molasses necessary to suppiy me borne demand. - We hare not the slightest doubt that this latter thing can be done. Our readers know well what we think of the climate and soil of Kansas. If sugar can be made anywhere else in the United States out cf the juice "of the Sorghum and Imphee cane, it can be made h...

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. — 4 June 1863

xr" s X zitiiiiwifjoMviirMorf su::-v' t' i &JiiJ?? i 1 - 5Icvf ",- soli .?v 'iro'tU t: i"?? , I .h!Hf z&ijiTif :(I3 'if i 3r , i is,-1 . n: rclJ i . ' ;- 'sst ,j w - !s'" -ij TH. r. .'. i .ojj MU' i. j-7i.' sr.i'uJ t . . - .J? (,i: . i,tflItl ' -" - "-" -Jt .nE,i&.: .cmoju arnHV hi, O" " . U3i"! t u-'t, i i i . i ,(.rizisni -. - . ,- .i.C .UjiiTa- i -loJiLa srfT rUt'kfd tsvo r'j 7 -?-I.? Jlrr?uz2oadnln'u sot ,,.... . ,T ra vHroi fa i: "to U'oa ion IfiV7 oJaJH - -. I 1 rrT .!! rl tl f MMBBBBMMH get. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION ' TERMS S2.00TER ASNCM, 0 IWlME. .,. i i . . VOLUME VI, NUMBER- 48, i : WHITE CLOUD,, KANSASfTCHnRSDAY, JUNE 4, 1863. ; A12 lltJI 1 ! f ' -r t ,-j m mi WHOLE -NUMBEjRf8j- "f,'rinl I' a aa. a. . . . mm a- ? s i v . H.xm. ,l aaaaaaarjaaaaaaam7Baaaaaaa?--.i1 aa rv - MMTT ,av -r.r H-?r - I " """' I l"l,T'll:) It I IH II (i""lT SBfcvSJBBHK"''- l'"1 ll! l-:i- Fl 'IE21ili I ll rj "; '!l all r. ll r MMi'V7" "' ' I It I I' - ...

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. — 4 June 1863

$t)e Kansas t)itf. OIi. MILLER, - - - - BMTOK. WHITE CLOUD. KIVSAS: Tkirsiir. : : : : : Aie 4, 1813. Still Hmtbo os Mr Daughter." The editor of the Leavenworth TimM, mnee Ms release frees limbo, has filled the eoJemns of bis paper with bowlings over bis aasrtyrdom, and ii exceedingly wolfish becanse ererjr other paper in the 8tete will not bowl orer it as londly as be does. He .cells tbeJJniel , a "cting- iag.tycopbant journal." We expressed en'opinion of bis case, in a brief item, which we thought was all the importance of the affair deserved. The llayor was hardly justified in his coarse, yet it was stretch of authority designed to bare wholesome effect. 8iace the " mysterious decease" of the .Leavenworth Inquirer, the Becesh of that locality hare transferred their affections to the limes, which has endeavored, as 'far aa it dare, to reciprocate the favor, 'by belittling everything bat the Copper- eaa goo, aicuieiian, ana oy going in Mary on Iasy, lousy, musty Conserve tisss. Arti...

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. — 4 June 1863

V " , Vorol of the? Copperhead &. 3E .WnVrrivV.n Trr", Soon after hi ar- '..'-.bdibt of .boot one : IBJiL BWUMso" LuoJreJ "T firmed ai marched op in re lJ'eoi "o the house of Mr. ClaggeU, d. or n.. V...1 irone. and brought .iitherJir-- . . head flf , n ind marched him down to XJ 4S and Second. They &. hollow square, placing the ei'LDT, ... .lihurate what shond be Jr0rt!. him-wbetber they should de Anne " - authorities to deal ''!??! they saw fit. " take hJm wltb nio ' . d meta ont :nst. ;io their own il.ir nnru uauuu j l:m in summarr manner. i?i.:i. ther were consulting, Dean asked He then stated that he nw'&:: hd belonged to the Order called never '2 ."?.: -r?h. Golden Circle. tuu ,b9h.n'gu? -' " r.r5.1 n. . . -i .in-uva oreacuou peace on 11,1 M.wrnu. Sme one in the crowd !Spi"k.db;m how about hi. eecbatPonti". Illinois, and one or t0 ol v ,. l-.i Mil inn atmte- He seta ""- - - "- -- .... in the ps?" D" law lae7 that bad bw--- ... h;m tej him. niirepresen1 soma one spok...

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. — 4 June 1863

f "ir tyjpm. Wkem ul How to Flal Sorgham. nApTndentofthe,PrsJrIeFer, wri tiag'frosB Livingston, .III., fives the following dtrectfow IVr plsntiag sorghum: " iit. In selecting' soil, best adapted to it euTture, a clay or sandy loam of light color la prefVratye, 'I prefer, the latter, as the color tad quality of the soil measureably determioei the quality of the syrup. As there are three ptoperlljj.fn cane, sweet, bitter, and add, the eboveiiamed soil gives the pmest and iweetast, while black loan or mack prodaces a dark col ored' article, bitter and unpleasant. Let 'the soil bo of medium richness, such as will pro dace about forty bushels of corn to the acre, as Tery rieb or highly mannred land grows stalks too large, often spongy, ana not rich in saccna rini matter. 2d. As to the best method of preparing soil. plow deep, harrow thoroughly, pulverize finely; use of roller Is beneficial. Let this be done as abort a time before planting as practicable; that the ground may be free from ...

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. — 11 June 1863

.uriAj.ii uiii iiA w-iinniinnn fcmjrjr?!D$flipj UMinnujiT- j -o- yi.'PD giih A rr -m:U VAiaai I Jairii) aaanjif iw ,1311 9ui Ji-iaV -JalI -- 7 waVI o.lJ oh 9-:.--:sd 'sn llt i ai-aHtU !-., st 3bs7r Jecl . I ed amtsrt. F-s- j .onnl lo dH has fiC ,& 1c ?3k0 I 1 1 ".- "- xj :i .' iT 7i- j,d o cscftVOTtni a raSiiH. ;wA.!1c.j5JW hotko jnia.im .ao ;:kcs':it. ?ij pi ,o'. --r a Ji-fti O'O xa i!'' tq '3"i'rj 1 i m - a- sirdt-jiM ,4 i-r., v '77 cj isasUj-rrfJ la f-t'"i?.,M ' ...... . ... .. n i i .( imu .-ntul-) '-v..i-7ii;tj :wm; Mni;n---n'li " It ' fii.lsi. t jen) - ;i ,,' ,l'I -aTl nrt-'ii--tj:i iln.U l-m.r.:1 ?ASKAZ .QUO JO STIH'W .Ci ,11 anal : : : : : ,vtLeinHT ?.. " c 7sl ! ' ? ,-t- . snpya? tn lis .nDM1? c Iusss2 si cJw .Lsc i-;'in ' ccr; ntt Jt va-im n is ,c inm ..i4 J . M "-' if.aJI i;i mmi . , TOrir 'si -vtc" .'r"! cJ 3ln3l?T,,gn uTora u-:3J,-3 ro -3 ?a - i ! -Ill 1 Jnf; t cdi '-co ,C" 5id nxo nras ? sf J o: ns-KO-.- Uiir.. y. " n'Jtgjfieo .zr - af vh snO i:IKi..'i .;-.i i r- '...

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. — 11 June 1863

$tjc Kansas )ti. OL. MILLER, ..... EDITOR. " " WHITX CLOUD. HIS AS: Tkinityt : : : Jne II, IMS. A "Military Necessity." Ose day last week, a sqnad of Miason ri Earolled Militia cane to this place, Md deatroyed every skiff to be fonnd ere, aot'eren aparing the oae belonging to the ferry boat We understand tbair eieaee was, tbat rebel were in tbe babit of eaeapiBg by meana of skiff from Mis soari, without paying tbeir tax, and tbat Ool. Herding had ordered all on the riv er to be cook. Bat they coald show no written? order to that effect. The Lien tenant who coaasBded the aqaad, laid be had verbal orders from Cspt. Hart, of Oregon; but the litter cannot show his orders. Wetnipect there wss another eanae for the set. Cspt. Hart is a rebel is feeling, and has only been prevented by policy from being one in action. He was appointed to the command of the Holt County Militia, (over Capt. Bm kiss, who was entitled to it,) through the influence of certain ."weds" over there, who have not bee...

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. — 11 June 1863

r-W. -- 4 - y3iwiMlMjv-'0ai'W)l'''f!lJ ""tvnp' ta-i4,ii-tt&!m aesa&isaa TKezxsr&zr' 'gJgb:w'ssvmtmiutvi- 'r . V - Tnr'iuDSOJf HTESTED. l from Itebel Soiree Substance X Official JJiipatches at Washington. Washington, June 4.. . ..t.rm was received to-night, ex tracted ho the Richmond Sentinel, of Jane 3d", j Jacksox, Juno 1. q Grant demanded the surrender of Vicksbnrg. Tnursuay, giving irriuuertuu .k,M days to consider the demand. Pemberton replied that he did not want fifteen minutes, and the troops woniii ne in the trencnes Deiore tney woaiu surreu- The enemy's gnnboats fire heavy shot at the city. Port Hudson is invested. The gentleman forwarding this dispatch to the Government, adds, there is nothing in the Richmond Enquirer of the 4th. Dispatches have been received directly from Gen. Grant's army of dates respec tively, 28th,29th,30th and 31st, and while they mention to progress oi me siege, they say nothing of any assault on the 21st, and 22.1, or of any battle sinc...

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. — 11 June 1863

CVi -jig"!- (-no -J .1 T .- K FrwltGrowiag,, ir-r-j.-. Ope of the greatest evils of 'luuorcbard. it, overbearing" Tbie sounds paradoxical. Btit is true. -lnuumeran-eareine, trees uu Hare beenT.killed by t too. generous 'crop. The limb) are beat, mod tbe circulation interfered with; theuee U exhausted and dies from tbe train. How many beautiful plum trees hare thus gone the way we desired, them not to- Especially Is the plum liable 'to this misbap. It is on.thls account that some trees bear fruit every other year. 'An over crop one year, pre vents a crop tbe next.- It should be a deligbt to keep tbe branches of joor trees trim, and so thinned ont that the on reaches every, apple. It is the sun that perfects the flaor. In such a case, good pro ning, there is butlitte difference in tbe size and condition of joor" fruit.- If one is good. tbeyjall aregood; If one is large, tbjy all are large; u one Keeps, tbey all keep Bat it is not enough to prone the brioches; yod mast lessen the bloss...

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. — 18 June 1863

r .& ia 2gU.'w,K od eJ ij8 J 'toO A:7o7Ka7 -' - .1 ,7.-I..n.T .j(13 znziuiti 3(i5 ' ii'j-'.an i' jj. - ,j .'"ft .... -n. -..,. ' - t . a aril sa"'' a'I i-,'oi,4J .j ..iin!sil xj X j 1 1 - - 7 r ' i A icrcuisosaii ai: qt j ji-j p -"U r" ,;m' VW.jtJUl "" ' ' r n ' r17 .rili.'i!. - 'J '' '?7. utS'! - -J ' .. I I- - 5. in i ,'7"v. "1 ' 1- 1 a ' 'ak ' I I i ' 13 ' 7 ' 'K 7 TaY to f JM -,ovn,7.J irfi Lne .fsnolmoa ?! 87trf ow Stdt "Jbb 7,!oo vY?i Ji&Sr.w is mi aj.T n r . 1 -.7 -I'M t? .j c;( -ti c.3 c Wll T a ,., noqM. , MILLERf EDITOR AND rDBLISIEK. J. THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. SOL .t L '- lA . J VOLUME VI.--NUMBER 50, WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1863. WHOLE NUMBER, 310.; -" r'..rjp;.r."(! ZrmEXJBtm3KJL .illHklLBiLW . ,, .. " .none i - - - - .;5rauiy. ..ion i -. . r 1 - . yA ; . . 1-,,., !ijt id " 1" a wife mtail i mWi-34& iiHtfHwllUblflHi v . vl w aBamm- v am -- -. t! cc 3-j'i ,' yWT' m A:' " - T .,- mbC m&i u-'a v-j. -'- fsy wi , jc, bt, m.r- . "- ".'f...

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. — 18 June 1863

' Stye Kansas t)ief. OL. MILLER, EDITOR. WHIM CLOUD. MS AS: Tfcirsity, : : : : : Jue 18, 1883. V tfoT&n8mrD. The editor-pf 12 the Leavenworth Tieses still rafetes to b comforted, sod new resorts to the charge that we hare lost' our independence,; and only dothe biidjng.efColr Anthony. X eat la na argument, owuy niauo, - weapon that any person can handle. It fa, the mieat-thing ,io,tbe, world, to aaj that, an, opponent doe, the bidding ol one one else, or baa been boogbt np. To this charge we have nothing more to ear, except thaf we are content to "leave it to onr readera to aay whether we do the bidding" of Col.'A'nihonyV "or" snjr other man." f r Bat. the Times' still does not or, 'will sot nnderstsnd us. We do not, believe that paper to be disloyal. We believe iti nomerous' editors and 'publishers de girt the iaccoM of the Union cause. Dot we also believe it has assumed a position of; high-strung -.Conservatism, merely to eecare the patronage of a party which h'u an'extrasve p...

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. — 18 June 1863

- . -w-at" Yfcn rTt- n. MB - f- - ,& va rn mwa w . The following : pin mu --;-: - j W. Richmond. Va : United States II V P1."1"1 ta defender nhite. black or ye low. 6 nment in the Western Department " ' i ... nfao rftint- t :; anil so a imu biij. j SSToflu kind .g.inst .be l-w, of 00 Sir which may take place in this P'PS execution of the rebel, of the JjEt rank in my posesion, man for "5eeiecotion will certainly take t fnr everr one mardereJ or sold tn P'l than death. On roar ".fcnriiiw re.te the responsibility of the ESSTp-K. and you be held J'Lsil.le in the world to come for all i,i.nd tbn sbeil. monthofAngnstlt.yonde- l.red all tboe engaged in arming the t and directed ,,ie ,rarae,J,,8 exe' ' of H acn " 8non'1' B captnred. "V hire given ynn long enough to re rt upon your follr, and I now give " n0iice that nnless this order is nn Lliat'ly revoked, I will at once canso. 1 execution of every rebel officer and erery rebel slaveholder in my possesion. Th' poor npgro is righting f...

Publication Title: White Cloud Kansas Chief
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
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