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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 18 June 1863

Jfr l$t Jatpr, , . Yokes. ' r - Hoping the bcrdeos of the ox way, be made Krhtaraad hit valae enhanced to bis owner, J desire to coatsranieate 'to the readers' of yosr piper my convictions and experience on yokes. It kas bcea my painful conviction that oxen xercise tbeir saascalar strength, aad tax their oble powers to a peat disadvantage. There k a fearful wast or muscular exertion to the ,jaadaconsequent1osstoits owner in the I we of improper yoke and 1 bow. Owners of working oxen, in tbensajoriry efcases. I be Bert, pay indifferent attention to the shape or their yokes and bows. The bulk of farmers, in many places, snbjeet their oxen to enormous outlays or strength, in the Me of too straight yokes. In the use of a Straight yoke, the ox is obliged to awkwardly exert the muscles of the upper part of the boulders and chest to the exclusion of the pow ers that lie at the bue or the chest and neck. The weight or load attached, is too high. A yoke that is deep through the staple holes ...

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. — 25 June 1863

..v.-iL....... i stitiW me rtli-i.il j'. ISC3C -.:!. i ?:H1 crjr-iwi 3(15 ' -I -'U '?. -. - .1 - - ' ) f : !'" '1.'. - . .--';-.. ; JD 3TJKV' : ' v-fi n : . -' sfsllrattii'f i ?..-, r'..nT" n " tm-jjrib -naai -rfl SOL. JHUER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. J. THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. TERMS $2.09 PER ANNUM, "il? A'BVNClt!' VOLUME VI.-NUMBER 51.J. WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS. THURSDAY, JUNE 25. 1863. WHOLE. NUMBER, 311.; .-i . . LKJ3K3M i sbbbbi i i r -1 t aw e. ' I " KW yS j( 8 ' -aa aaV ' B aH H aaaL. H aa. aaw ir I aa- I Be ' aLV j , r- oicc Imbj; THE BAH). A SONG FOB THE UXION. JIte,wiU bead, from the rlhmen'iaao,- r! trtcely orrr ike bills . A.M the tk'1" r ,bir nhm ,tr"' nqaikd "ilk J". ,,"' ,h ,",'d de"' tad or thf hill-tnw dn, ninth !) th'ir ,", ' th'y I"""!'"11 O01. .0r L'oioo biU be one!" Tk.0 o tb from fiofJo""'''1'' They tbondered on their rtj. Uhile the bfilht red br ortb. Itripel nj 1UM ' GlewneJ ont o'er iheir item jrojr: AnJ the dirk ejei fluVJ. a onw.rJ Uiey daih'il. " While th...

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. — 25 June 1863

y ' JL&- V "CJ --- &l)e Kansas Ct)ief. SOL. MILLER, - EDITOR. WHITE CLOUD. KAH8AS: Tktrstay, : : : Jue 25, IMS. Thou Shalt 2ot Lie." Tho last Oskalooss Independent, in one of its sing-song sermons, says : If we'are not greatly mistaken, Sol. Miller gave countenance, if not "aid and encouragement" 'to the thieves some time since. Tbe editor of the Independent has de voted himself especially to the work of preaching 'courtesy to the editors of Kan sas, and endearbring to elevate their mor als. VWhat 'sort of 'courtesy is K to de liberately iaisuy loo course 01 a neigo boring editor ? If ire mistake not, he Ja member of the ministerial calling. If stealing is a crime, he will find in the very same chapter of the Bible that makes it so, a commandment equally as positive against bearing false witness. Will' the editor of the Independent please inform1 us when we ever encouraged or juatified thieving ? We cannot remem ber the instance; but if he will refer us to the time and circu...

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. — 25 June 1863

' " . fipvrnir. LOAN. Th0;, that Gen. Ben. Loan, V rret to , .,(. if'iSs command. He was one of el fr.oin ?.In. nf this locality who dared liekont like a man. when speaking Sfn sentiments was a dangerous ex Vt?Z His removal is a public ca ,1 one which will have a bad K n'J in northwest Missouri. We oflaence in .nnnintment to his i .. Gen. dcuouwu -j-r . . fe.nt command will do senons injury ff Sn cause in the Wert.-. tf, learn that no causes were assigned . .w orders for thus summarily dismis '?Llrm the service one of the .bravest '"ffimeritorions of all our Generals. . tflln was a bold and outspoken n m"n from the beginning of the Lul"u . .1 - c,.i nn.1 cinrn his in. bll on in mis oi.c -- - faction into the array no one ofonr ..meritorious officers have givon CnnWersal satisfaction to the loyal Sns than he And no officer posses i ; i erester degree the confidence and iShUofScers.ndsoId.ers. To ret, ? and copperheads alone he was for cible for he had no sympathy with on and no treat...

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. — 25 June 1863

-- -f w. ii$r te- ffeip. Tea Bales, to be -Observed in ." 'Butter. . , Making la mating good batter there arc several nice operations to be gone through with, which re quire an "eye to'-cteanliness, forethought, and tome little experience.'-1,1 10ntmilUng cleap, fast, yet gently, reju- Iarly .twice a day; depends the success ot tne dairvmtD. Bad tailkers ehould not be tolera- ted Hr a'terri;, better pay double the price for goo4onea.t -ssa ?l J 2. Straining isiqm to simple, bat it should be borne in tntnd that tir':ins, about half full eaetiJwiliprac a' mater amount of cream uaajoe same miia, tu uuo uuc (jou, us ; eon of this is the greater surface. -.- 3.c8calding is quite an important feature in theVayof making butter in cool weather; the cream, rises much, quicker,; the milk keeps e wee t touch-longer; the batter is of a better eolor.'ind churns in one-half the' time A 'skimming, must 'always be done before the milk becomes Ioppered; otherwise much of the cream turns into whet an...

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. — 2 July 1863

."7-Vv --" n, PaBBMaaawPSllI .:f.x.;:K ior IPhlW if tmh WENm eCi-r MnVM isw edT ;., y,jv5 Rl J: " aJl Ik. r4- SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. . THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. TERMS $2.00 PER ANNUM, 19 ABTAfffaVi i i II - I ., . mr. i II ..gtfLfcjg ii ik ni i wi m m i i i i aaaw aaa. r am , me-i . aav aw aw vsaw v av., awe av sa. . utaaaaaamr w . ! mr '- VOLUME VJ.--NUMBER.. 52. J ' WHITE CLO.UD, KANSAS THURSDAY. JULY 2. 1863. fiprot ! Sabs. ' , THE SOLDIKE'S ISTIES. IT XlCUlIt OUT. IJovr swest, when ' er misty Teil Armed the weary soldier throws, Ad twilight's golden skies g"w pale. And moaning wind. Invito repose, To lil beside the watch-fire's Wane, Where friendly comrul.i sifhtl come, To linj tin MOJ or other dtjrl, And ilk of Ihingi we lore at borne Of iSoi. w. lore, bo list and wait, Beacath the lame bcDipiant moon, Th. poiunn' .up bebiod the gate, Witb tidinji from tlie absent one; And beaming imilei their tbonghu retell, Ae! Ice ii mirrored in tbeir ejer, Bale with joy an...

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. — 2 July 1863

--- f 3H)e Kansas l)tef. OL. MILLER, ..... EDITOR. WHITE CLOUD. KAHSAS: Tkirsetar, : : : : : Jly 2, I83. Taseltevr. The ww is assuming an interesting as pect is every quarter, and we know not from wbst direction the first stirring Mwi will cone. The rebels imagined that by invading the North, they would draw all the Federal forces from the SoothT la this they have been mistaken, a only-the army of the Potomac has fol lowed thesa. Oar other armies in the 8outh are all on the march, hnt not homeward. Lae'a army is now principally in Penn sylvania, distributed through the conn try between Chambersburg, Gettysburg, York, Carlisle, and Harrisbnrg. They evidently design moving npon the latter city. Oar cavalry are on their heels. Pleasanton has just defeated a rebel force at Gettysburg, and Imboden has been driven from McConnellshnrg. The Ar my of the Potomac is rspidly moving in that direction, and agrest battle mast come off before many days. Gen. Hooker, at his own request, hss been re...

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. — 2 July 1863

. , CoPTEBHEAD. T.i-" in another -itoHaw York Tribune more mhleth.n.nythiDg that bad pre- LtnntteVim. H-b" TAU of . when. boys, nsedto itIktDT- i nono-s after tadpoles. We f,3mknp the legs of onr pantaloon. "f, . while not to go so deeply -jff' ter as to wet them. Bat soon -teed in beyond the gauge, when rlg gone. -nd our breeches how we rushed ahead, regard- MJ. 1 .-a rsnallv came out dotbee.PtedoPt0nr,nw,e' to the snu to dry them before Conway felt h,s way rery Xt first, until by an nnfortnoate 7i .r he offered nis secession rwu.u lh ltn.de hi. secession speech in J08' Finding he could not wriggle Tw his highest ambition seems to 'hhin the wallow The ;lBot wa euuug-. -., , toBtw bisbscon. He threatened too UBi nlB the question ot xm treason to I reople. at the next election. We be wi do it- tr From all parts of Northern Kan- , we nave glowing accounts of the e1 !. U- 1.-4 , mdi. The prospects are saiu to oo u- -thtnever betore kdowu m iuo I He whest harvest is excellent, and the :...

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. — 2 July 1863

." mteriaCJm- Sale. Sawh J. Mawzey ) " T8. Oa Execution. James H. Mawxcy.) NOTICE is hereby given, that by virtue of U CACbUtlUU llUlbU lOOUCU UVUI Mlb VHitSk a rjHce of tbc Fust Judicial District Court, hold en in and for Jackson County, State of Kansas on the 24th dar of Anril. A. D. 18G3, and to Bic "directed, as Sheriff of Brown County, in eaid State, I hare levied on, and will offer for ale. at oublic auction, at the Court House door, In Mid Brown County, on the 20th day of June, A. D. 1863, at 10 o'clock, A. M., of said day, all the right, title and interest of the said de fendant. James H. Hawzer. in and to the fol lowing described land, to wit: the north-west quarter or section No. 30, in township No. 5, or range No. 15, lying and being in said Brown CVrantv. Given under my band, this 7th day of May, A. I). low. i. ji. nuuititti Sheriff of Brown County, Kansas. By H. M. Robinson , Under Sheriff. May 14, 1863-5w. Pr's fee, $7.50. SheritT Sale. TVTOTICE is hereby given, that 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. — 9 July 1863

5-r- - . v - m- JM 0- 86L. WILDER, EDITOR ASD HJBLISHER. THE CONST.TUTIQjAND THE UNION. i TERMS $2.08, PER iSND9f,.fX AlYMCIr VOLUME VIL-NUMBER i( WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS, fbUBBDAT, JULY 9, 1863, WHOLE NUMBER, 313., 1 T x -$ 7 . - - , f t -i - -. vi w '--4- -- - r r . f s Ato, o, Bk " IB IB IB' iv Al. e mF 4- ::Oll 1(17 V BJ H H- '' Bh B HI BF I I I' I y eMoaoaeMaeaeaaieeaeaeaaaaaeBaBaaaaeaaaeaia.a i 0ite $ntrj. JBtOVDU&'a DBEAM OF HOMI. r tan pit the chhildrea to bed. Alio Unl, and Willie, tad Hoae; tta; hare kfi tbeir Mt " Father," PiJtWjiSiiV""-, doarArieeJ DJ they link fa, and eay: God bleu bin. and God nn him, 0u father, faraway" Ok! ray fj D1', T,W "ck' A,,e I keg to heboid Im, with kerpere white forehead. And Miad, with bar eorli of gold; lad Willie. w jay aad -prighlly. So merry aad fall of glee Ok, y heart yeerni to enfold y, My imilieg groop of lire. I eaa be" the neiiy day, Aire Tba earap-Iife gay aad wild, Btau frim my jatreinf boeom Tba thoorbu ofwifa and child; Btiwbea...

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. — 9 July 1863

El)e ftaiuas l)icf. SOL. MILLER, EDITOR. WHITE CLOUD. XASSAS: Thirsday, : : : : : Jly f, 1863. A Fact! We want & good, float boy, of 13 to 17 jetrs of age, to learn the printing business, immedi ately. A boy we mean, not a calf; and wc want him to come, not to talk about It. It will be no disadvantage to bim, to know bow to read and write. The Avalanche of Good Newa GETTY8BTJE0 VICK8BTTE0 TXJIr LAHOMA. There is a perfect deSnge of good news from every quarter, ushered in with the 4th of July, and which, if followed up rigorously and earnestly, will continue until rebellion is crusheJ. A paper twice the size of ours could not contain even the details that have reached us by tele graph; therefore we mast be content with laying before our readers the substance. On Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, terrific and desperate battles were fought, near Gettysburg, Pa., in eaeh of which the rebels were defeated- with dreadful slaughter. On the morning of the 4th, they were retreating precipi...

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. — 9 July 1863

m Tho To- TTELEGBiFB TO XO.X- Prcith commena Brraneement8 to . .-mnW Dve lu . , v..... of" . ofTelegrapu irom --.- i. !"- , " . .. th.t nisce. .. ,., ttD :;.ll on the citizens 01 xope. "Sn ; hra the wires extended 10 fr000 fa"y able. and there fns'S- ; . ... heincr behind our . ' ssity u " ".. ,-...:..: i fnirn Lawrence is uu"'""' ib?' 0,'in bnsineES and enterprise. ..muling ns m . k and rooTand-ansfreorbe !ftf,r;, three months ahead of us Lwrienw."."" ... th samo "' that has heretofore BtrgT nLted" by the people of Topeka, rrS'AaWspantheKawas . that of onr neign"". M3, Y.r.1 voice be raised against prop da5SftBS forth, extension of has ? rf bTdelopn,ent of the coon 1SSS . .inele voice is raised against ST- -cmr pnternrises. hecanse the "'' .;fi"ceut enterprises, because me nrD-Jveryhody,.etthe a doe' " , .v.. cni be sunt up umu iue -mer 01 t"Ik .... .. , , u i?.i.4 Wo mnct tint ha r-'i'l in tnr matters. Better born AirthocUj8bouldbe d,viieigltself- The rebels are everywhere rejoici...

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. — 9 July 1863

, - - Jkr Jfarmtr. Apiary in Jose. Jne if the swarming month In the Apiary, and at least one new colony should be expected from each old stock. A hire from which no swarm issues should be examined. If they Bare refused to leave for want of a qnon,they Wlflusually be found weak, when It is best to Hve them out and nnite them with some other stock. If the colony is strong, a new queen, or a eall containing a qneen, can -be introduced from aome other hire. If a hire has failed to warm from a diseased brood, drive them into an empty hire to commence anew. When two warms issue at the aame time, they are apt to settle together. To prerent this, sprinkle the bees of one hire with water, as they are about to start, which may be nsnally discovered by the commotion about the entrance of the hire a few moments before flying. The sprinkling will delay them until the other swarm ean be hired. The first issue from a hire is usually large enough for a good colony, the second half as large, the thi...

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. — 16 July 1863

w -trf-stf I1! tt ?. irw... 2 .- -- , t,f :.i :j , . . '- " -,-. V.'"''. ' 3 - o - L. ; 1 1 (Tit fo-j' rm r SOL. BILWBi EDITOR ASD FIJBLI8HER.. lil THE CONSTITUTION J.ND THE UNION. TERMS $2.6t PER ANNUM, IN ABYANCli ---- - W VOLUME VII.-NUMBER WHITE CfiOUD, KANSASriTHURSDAY,; JULY 16, 1863. WHOLE NUMBER, 314; , iMrff--iiI: '' - ,' " v '"rt- ''' M .fc." cicH jffi ' l jHHRmu JiwiinwamnBTeBmnmnaan ;t"r w anamntamnBVaatamnBVaatamnBVaatamnBVaatamnaW I4UI) amnmnV . MBTtt. a-awTc.- . ..sh. iml .. iW -. JPJ 0 l l ' - v 6 j J -. - imt $ptte OJB COUSIBTB CA1I. 11 air. Joui riitroxT. An- Sets Wka Su." Kn no P'o" T0r Pn"P O'er lx ' i0"' E,T' nr,, Alfofrr'""' Jk, Hear joer tonntly'l till ! Ewear. eteh 1J' mother! ion, Swear "Out Country tiell b 01" Eaite yonr tword, or bnn joor gun. Baroaetand ball I for tie lead tilt bore von Arm! Fbitld the State ron ' f'onl bnn! Caleb, aad roand joo tpread. lb alarm; Heir, and bold yonr breath Hart' the bortile horde it ilfl gee' tie ttorm comet roaring bjl H...

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. — 16 July 1863

y &)t Kansas 2Lt)tef. SOL. MILLER, EDITOR. WHITE CLOUD. KAHSA8: Tkirsiy, :ii : Mj ! IMS. A Fsettt We want a good, ftout 007, of 13 to 17 yean of age, to leans tbe printing bosiness, immeai ately. A toy we mean, not a calf; and we want him toame, not to talk sboat it. It will be no diaadrantage to him, to know bow to read and write. Tkelew. Everything progresses gloriously. Lee's army bos incceeded in crowing the Potomac, bat their retreat has been a rout It is reported that over 15.000 of them have been captured in attempting to cross, and Gen. Pettierew, of South Carolina, has been killed. Fort Hudson surrendered, uncondition ally .on the 8th, with about 12,000 prison era and a laree amount of artillerr. The Mississippi River u now open, and the Confederacy cut in two. The next National triumph will pro bahly be the capture of Charleston. Morris' Island has been taken, and heavy batteries of long-range guns are being erected, which will bring down the city and Fort Sumter. Afte...

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. — 16 July 1863

s rSawtlon. . ... notifr til persons not to en to 1P Vf .,t Abrams anything on my Mrs- ot7ud sponsible for debts cH". lot J ",'hluhe m.y X .Her this date. cWtm?AMES WILLIAM ABRAMS. Jul; 16,1 SO"3"- Prnnnsali for Com. -.oiTFD PROPOSALS will be received at rtEALty rlv".:, xfj... the 27tb inst.. at jare s" -Fort sta'cL T.-.1..1. of Shelled Corn, 25,ow . . . -,.t;t free from cut, cnan, ur ol ". ":' Waiter . I lL II uaioj ''"V!.1.-.,,;, aeeurelv sacked in good '"a rr.nr bui. and to be subject to docb'50"" .rrentanee or rejection or the ''W he Quartermaster's Department at eloir.nXrofbasJ.cIstoI.edeliTered frd'" "icct any or .1. Te.?T b7 offered, and to reduce the "Vfof bushels at the discretion of the offi "'"Sr the contract. "iS security for the performance of the Major, and Chief Quartermaster. chief QrtTYSerffiicPh I Fort Lfven-orth, July 7th, ie63. J Jul 10. i"-2 Sheriff" Sale. Joseph II-Selectman VS. Win. Word, P-Ment of the Execution. Iow, Point Hotel Company, directed. .-? -;4ff0 ...

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. — 16 July 1863

. J "", ft e7t.J.ir"J-.,.Ov 1 3UUU Sarah J.MawSey?- XCV23 '", j( tk T On Execution.- -James H. Mawzey.) ' "V ' "VTOTICE is hereby givenTtbat by virtue of X anextctmon which lSBoe from UieUlerH'i office of the First Judicial District Court ; hold en in and for Jackson County; State of Kansas, on the 34th dav of April.'A. D. 4863, and to me directed. as-Sheriff of-Browa-Gounty, in aid State, I bare levied sWa, and 'will offer, for Bale, at public aoctjon, a the Court House door, Sn ssidBrown.&untv.'ontbeiZOthdayof June, A n"!5- . 1(1 n'WVl A M nf .'.MVUr. all the rieht. title and interest of the said de fendhi;James H. Mawiej;. in and to the fol Jowiirg described land1 td wit:Whe north-west quarter or section No. 30, in township No. 5, of range No. 15, lying and being in said Brown County." " ' " ' Given under my hand, this 7th day of May, A. D. 1863. I, jinuuiM,-'' Sheriff of Brown County, Kansas. .By H. M. RusiVso.x, Under Sheriff. May 14, 1863-Sw. . ' Pr'sfee, $7.50. SfeerisTlr...

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. — 23 July 1863

- -VXJF&. --ie ..'" - J-gy J.fcv .. 's gj. vij-j v.e-i. 3T" "si i is A ---'- -j. rr - .y ii .an C V V.vFIW J . r . SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. i TERMS $2.t)6 PER AKMJBf, JOT ADYAKCE. o'. VOLUME VII, NUMBER 3.j WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JULY 23, 1863. WHOLE NUMBER, 315, IB IB IB IB 4L, e WF -j(k. H I "" BB IB I H 1 'bT bbbb B bsbbbbb arVLaa 'IbbT JvLbbv. BBVflVflVBPBVflBBVflVflVflVflafllMk-:' BB?BBJ BVHBBI. IVbVbVJCsbVbVbVMbyA4 " p-- -j.-JTC!bb1bbbwHB wK illlloll IWce $MB iw IHE STAB OF UBIBTT. IT . Micnrc. Tirana" (a tie Dnucratt vftU VuiUd SUlai i. gar of the tri"! """ bia hUl ,fc,a S.ca (Wj o'er tba qtiiek aad iaadj jjatreoiaot end adered detail -. Wtieh miHiooi rushed to arm. to peel! ild metrer ofimmortal birth, Xtoj nie ia Heaven tit on earthT II. fcVls of iltin heroes formed thy rajij Eternity flirted through I bhiel The nwl rfT ""'' pnft Wa fn n I"! " honor here; Ad lb. light broke on human evel. Lilt v olcino of the .kin. III. ...

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. — 23 July 1863

fy- Hv .-S tje Kansas 2Lt)itf. SOL. MILLER, EDITOR. WHITE CLOUD. KAHS AS: . Tkirsiay, : : : : : Jily 23, I8C3. A Fact! "We want a good, stout boy, of 13 to 17 years of age, to learn the printing business, immedi ately. A we mean, not a col; and, wc want him to come, not to tali about it. It will be no disadvantage to him, to know how to read and write. The Heirs. Nothing from Lee's army, except that it is supposed to be still ia the Bbeaan- doab Valley. Meade's arm is said to be also in Virginia, bat news concerning it is contraband. v the riot in New. York has been quelled The President has refused to discontinue the draft in that city, saying that since the rioters have shown their band, it more imperatire than ever that the draft hall be carried ont in that city, as well aa in every- loyal State. The last reports from Charleston, rep resent the fight as raging furiously, both land and naval forces being engaged No paticnlars. Jackson, Mississippi, is in Federal hands, Johnston's ...

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. — 23 July 1863

-iicS VICTOBBS. ProcUatIoHjnhePreSideit. President of the United State.. " . mnCIAlfaTIOK. t, b pleed Almighty God to heuk " .v.. .nnnlications and prayers of an aJ i.l neople. and to vouchsafe to the nSr of th. United States, on rtThnd and on the sea. t.ctor.es so sig tse i"u ...:. . tn famish reason- grounds for augmented confidence w. Union of these States will be (.filed their Constitution preserved, S their peace and prosperity perma- "nlffhese victories have been accorded Jwrffi sacrifice of life, limb and Srifiocnrredbj brave, patriotic and Scitizecs. Domestic affliction mev nart of the conntry follows in the mio of these fewfal bereavement. It is Zrt. and right to recognize and confess Tores nee of the Almighty Father, and, SErofHishandeqnally in these Liampbs and these sorrow. Sow thmhre, be it known, that I do ... .part Thursday, the sixth day of Au- t next, to be observed as a day for na- ffoail Thanksgiving, praise and prayer; 51 1 invite thn people of the United Su'm to...

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