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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Smoky Hill and Republican union. — 13 June 1863

?ftgwirTiaHri i THE SMOKY Vi Je t ? .j t " "WE JOIN OURSELVES TO NO PARTY THAT DOES NOT CARRY THE FLAG, AND KEEP STEP TO THE MUIC OF q?HE UNION." "Volume II. JUNCTION: CITY, KLAJSrSAS, SA.TTJKEXA.Y JTJlSrE 13, 1863, -JSTruiiber 33. S3P'JJfc4 lQ J. -.im2 HILL OT) BEFUBLIGAN UNION. ! " s Smofcjj Jill an&$ulj'iT Inian, rCBLUHSD KVEKT 8ATUHOAT XOBMEta AT JUlf CTIOIf, DATIS Co., KANSAS. W. K. BARTLETT. S. 31. STRICKLER, Proprietors. WM.S.BLAKELY, - - - GEO. W. MARTIN, Editors and Pablisktrs. OFFICE IN BRICK BUILDING, CORNER OF SEVENTH fe WASHINGTON St's. terms or suBScairriox : One copy, one year, Ten copies, one year, - $2 00 15.00 Payment required in all cases in advance. All papers discontinued at the expiration of the time for which payment is received. ras.ua of advsutisino: One squarefirst insertion, - $1.00 Xaeh subsequent insertion, - ' - 50 Ten lines or less being a square. Yearly advertisement inserted on liberal terms. job"woek done with dispatch, and in the latest style o...

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. — 13 June 1863

an i i i.miac - "" W ptpKvee -5 Junction City, Kansas, SJVrrUKX)Y, JtTJOn 13, 1SC3. GOOD HEWS FOR JUNCTION! We have received the gratifying intelligence Ihat.the Kansas Stage Company contemplate running a daily line of Stages between Leaven worth and Denver, ia Fort Rilej, Junction, land the Smoky Hill Route. Men are-now en gaged in making the necessary arrangements along the Road, and it will be completely stocked and in running order by the First of August. This will effectually open the Smoky Hill Route, and give to Leavenworth and this unsurpassed Valley the benefits of the New lleircan and Colorado trade. A Rebel. We cannot call Martin F. Conway anything less, for no man who observes things 'can say that " the independence of the South is an established fact," Also, " The war for the future, therefore, becomes simply an instrument in the bands of political managers to effect re sults favorable to their own personal ends, and "unfavorable to the cause of Freedom." He con cludes,...

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. — 13 June 1863

(ty Xtixiou Inaction, Kansas, June 13, 1863; 'Hours fob. Closing the Mails Leavenworth, 8 o'clock, P. M. Pawnee Fork, 12 o'clock, M. Saturday. '' Cottonwood Falls, 12 o'clock M. Thursday. ' 7 Inauguration ok the Agbicultceal College. "The first meeting of the Regents of the Kansas State Agricultural College, to consummate the gift of the Institution to the State, and make arrangements for,, its future development, etc.. will be held at the College'Building, Manhattan, THURSDAY JTJLY 2d, 1863. Speeches and the Regents' Dinner will be a part of the entertain ment Full programme next week. m m m ICT Dry weather has played out. It has rained for a week. m E7 Col. Wilson's train returned from Fort Lyon last' Monday. They made the trip some ten or fifteen days sooner than was expected. - ID" Col. T. M. Bowes, of the Kansas Thir teenth, was in town last Monday. He bears a line military reputation. m Died. At Manhattan, on Friday, the 5th inst., Jeskie, eldest daughter of Julius E. and Jane...

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. — 13 June 1863

I Upcitlfurnl Criimtir. Theory of the Effect of the Moon on Plants. Wc take the following from the pro ceedings of the American Institute Far mer's Club, as reported in the New York Tribune: Thos. Nelson, of Winona, 111., writes as follows : " Be not among the first by whom the new is tried, Nor ytt among the last to lay the old aside." I have been a reader of the 7'ribune for several years past, and do not re member having seen in the report of the American Institute Farmer's Club any decision, from experiment or otherwise, on the effect of the moon upon vegeta tion. If this may not. be considered all humbug, I know you would confer a favor upon a credulous public by giving some au'horitive decision of the Club. I know that some of your members will smile, but it is well known that beans and peas planted at certain seasons will blossom till frost, and have both ripe and green pods at the same time. , A friend from Green county, N. Y., once said to me he would give almost anything i...

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. — 20 June 1863

iTi iirysc THE SMOKY HILI AND REPUBLICAN UNION. rjyati. vM'Mtlt lu !) "WE JOIN OURSELVES TO NO PARTY THAT DOES NOT CA$RY THE FLAG, AND KEEP STEP TO THE MUSIC OF THE UNION.1' vr"T - ""jVblume II. JUNCTION CITY, KANSAS, SATURDAY, JUNE 20, 1863. Number 33, 5moItg.)ill anilubn ton, TCBLISHXD ETEET SATtJKDAT MORSISG AT JUNCTION, DAVIS Co., KANSAS. W. K. BARTLETT. S. M. STRIOKLER, Propnetor. WM.S.BLAKELY, - - - GEO. W. MARTIN, Editors and Publishers. OFFICE IN BRICK BUILDING, CORNER OF SEVENTH & WASHINGTON St's. teems or scuscairriox ; One copy, one year, - Ten copies, one year, ... $2.00 15.00 Payment required in all cases in advance. All papers discontinued at the expiration of the time for which payment is received. r terms of advertising: One square, first insertion, - - - $1.00 Each subsequent insertion, - - c 50 Ten-lines or less bein a square. Yearly advertisements inserted on liberal terms. JOBWOEK dona with dispatch, and in the latest style of the art. ICT Payment required fo...

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. — 20 June 1863

& h t Wxi'i nt.. am m ,5t P(? Junction City, Kansas, SATCTRIXA.Y, TT73STE SO, 1863. The war has been transferred to loyal ground. We had hoped that free soil would be spared the desolating track of war, and the liappy homes reared and beautified by Free Labor be unmolested by the vandalism of Sla Tery. But the sympathy expressed for our "deluded Southern brethren" by Northern Cop perheads has practically invited the inevitable laying waste of the fair fields of Pennsylvania. The latest dispatches inform us that Lee's whole army has entered Pennsylvania, and are advancing in three columns. It has thrown the whole North into consternation, and the Copperheads forget their past actions and rush to the defence of their homes. The President has called out 100,000 men from the States of New York, Pennsylvania, and Ohio, to serve six months. In addition to this, uov. Lurtin has called out the entire militia force of Penn sylvania. The vigorous steps taken will for bid them penetrating ...

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. — 20 June 1863

fmJl,l. eftol StbrJertwcments. NOTICE. T a xt attitj ANT) HETTY MARTIN, HIS ife,nd A.-t3ordarf, formerly-"of thecounty "of ti&vta fitatertf Kansas, bat now non-residents of tkn 8tate of Kansas, but whose places ef : residence are nnicnown, win u """"" T.V Robert Wilson of Davis county, Kansas, did, on the 6th 'day of May, A. D. 186?, file his Petition in the District Court for Davis county, Kansas, 'against you, the said J. &. Martin, Hetty Martin, his wife, and A. Gordan, setting Jf rth in said Petition that on or about the 8th day of March, A. D. 1862, he commenced an action in the District Court for Davis county, against said J. G. Martin to secure the sum of 9889.00, and interest thereon, and that an at tachment was issued in 'said action, and that the following Real Estate, situated in Davis county, Kansas, was attached lis the property of the said J. G. Martin, to-wit: Lot No. 2 in Sie. 1. in Town 12. soutb, of Ranee 5, east, enntaininer 30 90-100 acres, and the east h...

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. — 20 June 1863

r-ritr Jrzz .v wKi-taiCSgsfcv ,sr-5arscsisr a $rintlfantl ttnm FRUIT GROWING. One of the greatest evils of an orch ard is overbearing. This sounds para doxical. But it is true. Innumerable are the trees that have been killed by a too generous crop. The limbs are bent, and the circulation interfered -with ; the tree is exhausted and dies from the strain. How many beautiful plum trees have thus gone the way we desired them not to. Especially is the plum liable to this mishap. It is on this account that some trees bear fruit every other year. An over-crop one year, prevents a crop che next. It should be a delight to keep the branches of Your trees trimed. and so thinned out that the sun reaches every annle. It is the sun that perfects the flavor. In such a case, good pruning. there is but little difference in the size and condition of your fruit. If one is cood: they are all good; if one is large, they all are large ; if one keeps, thev all keeD. But it is not enough to prune the branc...

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. — 27 June 1863

-r : Hli,i Til8 SMOKf Hlffi AND REPUBLICAN llNION. " i "WE JOIN OURSELVES TO NO PARTY THAT DOES NOT CARRY THE FLAG, AND KEEP fSTEP TO1 THE MUSIC OF' THtf UNION . d,x Volume II. JUNCTION CITY, KJSTSJS, 8ATUEDAY, JTJ3STE 27 1863 Number 34. b Smohj Jill Httb $cpnb 'it torn, FUBU8HED EVERY SATURDAY MORSING AT JUNCTION, DAVIS Co., KANSAS. W. K. BARTLETT. - - - S. 51. STRICKLER, Proprietors. WM. S. BLAKELY, - - - GEO. W. MARTIN, Editors and Publishers. OFFICE IN BRICK BUILDING, CORNER OF SEVENTH fc WASHINGTON St's. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION : One copy, one year, .... $2.00 Ten copies, one year, .... 15.00 Payment required in all cases in advance. All papers discontinued at the expiration of the 'time for which payment is received. terms or advertising: One square, first insertion, - - $1.00 Each subsequent insertion, 50 Ten lines or less beiner a sauare. Yearly advertisements inserted on liberal terms. job"woek done with dispatch, and in the latest style of ine art - O Payment required for al...

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. — 27 June 1863

&l)C Xtnion Junction City, Kansas, aSA.TTJRIX&.'V, JUJSJW 37, 1S63. O The invasion of Pennsylvania turns out to " be more scare than any thing else. Instead of Lee's -whole army constituting the invading force, it appears that but small bands are doing the work, doubtless, as has been surmised, as mere feints to cover the withdrawal of a portion of Lee's army to re-inforce other points of danger in the Confederacy. Chambersburg is now held by the Federals, and the demonstration of the insurgents seem to have been transferred from the Eastern and Central portions of the State to the Western. According to the latest dispatches Pittsburg is the threatened point Business is entirely suspended in that place, and the citi zens are thoroughly alive to their danger. Pri vate parties and bankers have sent to Cleveland $22,000,000 in gold coin. The transferor their efforts from Harrisburg, the capital of the State, to this point, would indicate that the rebels care more for practical ...

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. — 27 June 1863

rrrirravTWTwuaainsqBaaw 6 ."... &ft VL xi ip ti Inaction, Kansas, June 27, 1863. Wiixt has an abundance of nuts, raisins, can dies, and other Fourth of July articles. m m i ID" Over one thousand Indians hare passed this place within a few weeks for the buffalo 'country. tT Gross fc Thiele are busily engaged in mak ing up a lot of furniture, which would indicate that times are good with them. m m m Expected. Captain Adams' company, of the Eleventh regiment, is expected to arrive at Fort RUey about the 30th. This is the one to which Lieutenant Fierce belongs. m m Lr Do not forget the Festival next Thursday on the occasion of the opening of the Agricultural College at Manhattan. A Dinner will be given, and speeches made by the State officers, and others. Single tickets, 60 cents. m i fW Efforts are being made to have more troops stationed at Fort Larned. It ought to be done. It is an important point, and greatly exposed. There are some three or four thousand warriors, upon whose fr...

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. — 27 June 1863

. &. x-?-1 -Y- -m?-vr ggrintlfutal nbm. TRY A FEW BOOTS. Were animals competent to advise as to what should be grown and stored for their winter sustenance, there would be a unanimous request for at least a ;few carrots, turnips or beets, to be fed with the dry hay which must form the staple diet. This request should be freely granted not merely in kindness to dumb creatures, though that is some thing. It makes a man feel pleasant to T7itnes8 the welcome which attends the distribution of an occasional juicy break fast to stock that have been longing for something succulent. Variety of food promotes appetite and growth as well as pleasure to the animal palate. It is also no small help to the hay mow and 3rain room to have a well filled bin of roots co draw from. Although a given weight of grain will add more pounds of flesh than the same amount of roots, jet a larger quantity of food per acre can be secured from the latter. Fifty bushels of corn is above the average yield ; with ...

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. — 4 July 1863

at THE SMOKI BIIiL AND REPUBM6M4JM0K 3 rro' -li-xcsci ji "Wjoin ourselves to no party that does not carry the flag, and keep step to the music joy1 THEllNION." f Volume H. jrnsrcTioisr city, -kai&ab. sa.txjkda.tt, jtflts? 4, 1863. e JSTumber 35. 3mfy fill aft gepub'it Warn, rCBLISHED XVER7 SATURDAY UOKSIXQ AT JUlf CTIOlf , DAVIS Co., KANSAS. W. K. BAKTLETT. S. M. STRICKLER, , Proprietor. WM.S.BLAKELY, - - - GEO. W. MARTIN, Editors and Publisher. PLAHTATIOH LIFE IH THE SOUTH. OFFICE IN" BRICK BCTILDLNG, CORNER OF SEVENTH fc WASHINGTON Sx's. TEE1I3 OF SUBSCRIPTION: One copy, one year, .... $2.00 Ten copies, one year, .... 15,00 Payment required in all cases in advance. All papers discontinued at the expiration of the time for which payment is received. TERMS OF ADVERTISING: "One.equare, first insertion, - - . $1.00 -Each subsequent insertion, 50 , Ten lines or less being a square. Yearly advertisements inserted on liberal terms. job3"woRK: don with dispatch, and in the latest styl...

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. — 4 July 1863

-? S Lii 1 , v y Junction Cty, Kansas, - D"?Ttfe,tturth qt J ply, its attendant ,exfcite 'nVeritr, and dfiir deslfti be free-lhit daylogefcher itlixi. number 'of legal aQvertKeWntawhose rsandsof life,", for the next term, ol Court? at 'leastwill "rnn out " if they 'do not' appear this week, have compelled us to neglect matters and and things generally "-.. i - . u ,1 , THE HEW6.J i 1 JjBtimng news from the Eak hag reacted us -fcy' the last mail. One! of the raoi essential items 'is ,the removal of Gen.' Hookeri" who Is Buperseaea Dy en ueorge u- Meade. Carlisle iaBDeei( captured ly the enemy, and they "are now advancing .on Tf arrisburg. .Picket' skirm ishing has r already taken place. before that' ciVy;and J20,000 of its citizens have trai led to meet the rebels. The, greatest excite ment exists throughout Pennsylvania, and all' - 'I1! if Pse a t jViclsbiirg is Btill progressing. jjrant lias driven backtho.rebeis in an attempt ed, portie from their works, aid repulsed John ston,, w...

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. — 4 July 1863

Kanias, July 4, 1863. Vrj&TED?-Twenty tliousand -bushels cf corn are wanted ifor, Port Larncd. TJjeotJXarned Hay ContractTwas let to gliomas "Dixon, at 13.94 a ton. Eightliundred "ions to be supplied- - T ' - sHomb. Lieutenant Pierce',4uid the Junc tion Dojs ot me iJ.lerenth,are now at Riley. It if feopH'toey will etay 'there some time. a .- " i IEPIt isJaoughfc by.some that the indications aru$ fr ft this will be a splendid coun .tryToe ducks'. Jlain is the order of the day. m . lJDKbw is the, time to subscribe for the Kan sas Fanrier. The July number will contain the premiums to be awarded at the State Fair, Kik?6 FoA Riley Ea? Con'oact Wft8 iet j Monday to R.L. Thomas, 0f Ogden, at $4.87 a ton. Six hundred tor to be supplied. ?I.i t m - m m "Relieved. C company of the Twelfth, has "keen relieved" of garrison duty at Fort Riley by E and G companies of the Eleventh, which arrived, there last Tuesday. "We go td press so early Friday morning that we arc unable to give any of the ...

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. — 4 July 1863

Jgiiarltoai tttnut. The Skunk, The skunk will now and then eat a chicken but Very rarely. What does it live on then? Beetles, crickets, grasshoppers, mice, &c. Recently much has been said about this animal ; and, e are glad to see, mostly in its favor. The skunk is a benefit to the farmer ; and not a single one should be killed, unless it gets to chicken thieving, which of course, is not very pleasant. tfnd then the chickens should be taken care of rather than the skunk. If you do not hurt it, it will not hurt you ; and it will weed your ground of insects, and charge you nothing for it. One of our exchanges calls it "the fanner's fiiend." The Sunflower. The value of this plant, which is easily cultivated, and ornamental to the garden, is scarcely known. The seed forms a most excellent and convenient iood for poultry, and it is only necessa ry to cut off the heads of the plants when ripe, tie them in bunches, and hang them in a dry situation to be used as wanted. They also not on...

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. — 11 July 1863

ggrfgrnjamaiiaiiiMMamaaim fJNI0?f ' f ..rr ; r.-.-r,.-.. t7oj ' -:. : ' : CO' or. "WE, JOIN OURSELVES' TO NO PARTY THAT DOES NOT CARET THE FLAG, AND KEEP STEP TO THE MUSIC OF 'THE UNIONS Vol .time II. JUNCTION CITY, K4JSTSAS, SjTTnEOpAT, JTHLY 11, 1863. NJvuntbej? 36. Smofeg plafofjkpft'n Straw, PUBLISHED .EVERT gATUEDAT HORNlXa AT JUNCTION, DAVIS Co., KANSAS. W. K. BARTLETT. S. M. STRICKLER, - ' Proprietor. ;. WM.S.BLAKELY. - - - GEO. W. MARTIX, fjf:,r Xditor and Publisher. OFFICE IX BRICK BITILDING. CORNER OF SEVENTH & WASHINGTON Si's. TEBU3 OF SUBSCRIPTION I One copy, one year. Ten copies, one year, $2.00 - 15.00 Payment .required in nil cases in advance. All papers discontinued at the expiration of the time for which payment is received. TERMS OF ADVERTISING: je square, first insertion, - - $1.00 Each subsequent insertion, -.. - 50 "Teh lines or less being a square. Yearly advertisements inserted on liberal terms. y jqbwo:r;k done with dispatch, and in' the latest Btyle of t...

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. — 11 July 1863

IX mi mn ' 3 A E Vk Junction City, Kansas, S-AJXTJIEDAY, JTJIjY XI, 1803. ETOur heart is too full for ottenneo, this morning. We havn't a -word to say. Read the 'dispatches. We are sorry we cannot give them more fully. Vicksburg surrendered to our forces on the glorious Fourth Lee's whole army on loyal ground and surrounded ! It was whip ped both 'days ! Richmond exposed to our forces! Diz on the Rappahannock on the look-out for retreating rebels ! Rosecrans is driving Bragg ! Burnside pushing on through East Tennessee ! .Meade may be the " coming man" he did not "top to re organize and re-Hrill that army. TH FOURTH IH JUHCTIOH. - In'this city tile Eighty seventh anniversary of our National Independence was ushered in, not by the pealing of a sir, twelve, or 24 poun'der, but by the fierce deep crash of Joves artillery. Peal after peal, and flash after flash, heralded the approach of the birthday of a Nation- of Freemen.-1 Aid seemed to have beenrendered by Heaven itself to inaugurat...

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. — 11 July 1863

.' CT fjlh XI tt iff n Jmnctjon, KaniavJnly Hi 1863. CTThe Pottawatomies returned Friday morn ing from the buffalo country. rfred. F. Marvin has been appointed Enrolling .Officer for Dais county, under the conscript act. - He will go to work immediately. m m 0Tbe ever welcome Printer, for June, is again on' our table, full of interesting and in structive matter. ". Lieutenant Ballard, of the Kansas Second, will be in town in a few days, recruiting for this re giment. An excellent opportunity to secure the bounty, and escape the draft m m ID" During the past week the Smoky Hill and Republican have each been on a terrible " ben der." The volume of water they are now pour ing down is tiuly astonishing for a dry country. . m m Left Us Captain Beuter's company left the Post last Sunday for Olathe. They disturbed no one, behaved like gentlemen, and carry with them the good opinions and well wishes of all our citizens. Upon the arrival of the mail last Thursday night, with the first of the...

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. — 11 July 1863

J.L-U- listens '" "1" r? -& Jpatlfttral Crfiram. Young Stock. A great many humane men are guilty of habitual cruelty, without knowing it. They have been brought up to believe that musty straw and corn fodder, poor hay and oats, will do well enough for young stock, and ' keep them along " through the winter. The mistake is not only cruelty to the stock, but unprofita ble to the farmer. If " whatever is worth doing at all is worth doing well," whatever stock is worth raising ia worth raising well worth developing to the greatest degree of perfection that good and abundant food, and constant atten tion can reach. A father who should think bread crust and cheese parings sufficient food for his little son and heir, would not be iong without the contempt of his neighbors ; aud yet he would be iust as reasonable in his pursuit of re sults, as his neighbor who should think V anything is good enough for Toung .stock."" ' A starved calf or colt is always stinted one, and what it loses in ...

Publication Title: Smoky Hill And Republican Union, The
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