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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 18 July 1861

jaMiSMav55yQaEs. llllitt imd Kansas IQ'IJI' wJl- SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. i TERMS $2.W PEI ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. VOLUME V. NUMBER 2.J WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JULY 18, 1861. WHOLE NUMBER, 210. :t , c tkt fMrg 'VJS FESTE 3UEO 1ST TJH8EB J inn. it -w -i H""' BY JOHN G. WHITTIER. W nit beneath ibe fornaee.blast The pup of transformation: Not painlessly doth God ne.it And mold anew the n.tion. Hot born, ibe fire - , Wbtt wronp eipire; Not spare tbe hand Tbtt from the land Uproots the ancient evil. -. i . The hand-breadth clond the sage, feared, It. bloodj rain i. dropping; The poison plant the father, .pared, All ele li overtopping. East, West, Sooth, North, ltenriettbe earth; AH Justice diet, And fraud and lie. Lire on It in its shadow. What jire. the wbeal.field blade. of steel I What point, the rebel cannonl What eti the ro.ring rabble", beel On the old star-spangled pennon! ' What break, the oath Of the men o the South! What whets the kni...

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 July 1861

ir i &t)e Kansas. 4M)ttf. SOX.. MILLER, EDITOR. WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS: Tfciniay, : : : : : Jaly 18, 1861. Threats. Bobs of onr friends hare warned as, within a few days past, that the cut throats over the river are threatening onr --office. We are greatly obliged to onr friends for the interest they take in onr behalf; bnt we assure them, nnder the present aspect of affairs, we apprehend no danger. Onr office is not situated in the hashes, which insures it against attack from the source indicated. That sort of cattle are only in their element when in the brush. Threats have also been made against the Ferry boat. The scoundrels' are not a bit too good to burn or scuttle the boat, and bushes are plenty along the nv er bank ; bnt when they come 6"n that errand, let them bring their coffins along. Our citizens are awake to the "protec tion of the place, and marauders would have a happy time. A public meeting was held on Monday, and a home guard organized. It was found, contrary to exp...

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 July 1861

l-rf K a - . 'i. t Terrible Battle at Xoaroe, Ho. Illinois ui Iowb Troops Attacked Br 1SOO Rebels. THE REBELS REPULSED ! The Tsderals Sironn4s4 The Track Ton Tp u cars Destroyeo smogs win. St. Louis, July 11 p. m. Jno. H. Bowen, Agent of the H. fe St Jo. R. R., arrived here at 11 o'clock this morning on the packet from Han nibal, and brings the following intelli gence: At about 2 o'clock Wednesday morn ing, a camp of Federal troops, under command of Col. 8mith, of the 16th Illinois Regiment, 200 of the 16th Illi nois, 800 of the 3d Iowa, and near 100 of the Hannibal Home Gnards, numbering abont 580 men, were attacked by 1600 Rebel troops nnder Jackson's Brig. Gen. Thomas A. Harris, not far from Monroe Station, 30 miles from Hannibal. The Federal trooDs althongh complete ly surprised, jamped to their arms and successfully repelled the attack, driving the rebel forces back, killing fonr.wonnd inc several others, and capturing five tirisoners and seven horses. . CaptTMcAllMter, of -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. — 18 July 1861

r it I? r a m Jatmtr. , TiraelrSiigsestions., The Gerroantonn Telegraph, published bj Major Freas, of Germantown, Pa., gives week ly one of the best conducted agricultural de partment published in any family paper. The Telegraph is of long standing, and has al ways been under the charge of t present pro prietor and editor. The following short arti cle, clipped from its columns, recommend themselves: Look to rota Evuoiee.ns. It is taken for granted that those who hare this spring set out evergreen trees of every variety, hare follow ed our oft repeated advice to select those that are well branched from the surface of the ground, and bare a strong main stem, and only one stem. Well, this being the presumption, the next thing is to secure the health and de relopment of these ccthe? branches, for, with out them, crergreens are, in almost any posi tion in which they may b placed, a "sight not fit to be seen." To do this, all the soil be neath the tree, and fur a few inches beyond the ext...

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 July 1861

JaAi -; w "5 i.m j- :- - - -. 'j. JLST. ' , jj . -. 3te& v: - ,.,-Tx j -"'J1. iCii .'.-fS. ZSff tBs. 7?Tf.-: -? v n . SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. . THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. i TERMS $2.00 PER ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. VOLUME V. KDMBBR 3, J WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JULY 25, 1861. WHOLE NUMBER, 211, Z&WFZ jrfrw.J : cfe ZsWl! Iff 4k .A. ir. .biWNW 1' . V? Mi ate fflmi uflosfl-s Sf J?!lfM E- f j v i - k mt prctrg HOW THE MOUNTAIN BLAGESMITH WAS CONVERTED. A STORY OF THE SOUTH. ;.. The scene is laid in the monntainons regions of Georgia. Mr. Forgeron, a blacksmith, had a great antipathy against alLilinistcrs; and .Methodist Ministers in' particular. His shop was in a. narrow' mountain, pass, and ho declared his de termination, to whip every Methodist nmanher that tlBSSed his 8hop. The Rev. BiJStnbblewortb, however, readily con sented to go thore, and the following dd scribesTiis ride through the mountains:" Forgeron had heard of his new victim, and Tejoiced that his s...

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 July 1861

15s Ir" t)c Kansas (tftjuf. SOL. MILLER, EDITOR. WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS: Tfcirsdar, : : : : : Jaly 25) 1811. The Great Battle. The disastrous result at Manassas, while it may have the effect of encoura ging the traitors, will only increase the energy and determination of the Nation al troops, and insure success the next time. Our troops had come to regard their own powers too highly, but have bow learned that it is no child's play to attack an army of double their number. and concealed behind breastworks and masked batteries. We have received a later report than the one published in an other column, but it came to late for in aertion. Tito battle, although terrrible, was not so disastrous as was apprehended. The retreat was not- so 'disorderly, nor were there but few guns cap.tured The rebels suffered terribly perhaps more so than our side. Their Black Horse Cav alry is almost annihilated. Six hundred Zouaves have already reported themselves alive, and others are coming. That takes one...

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 July 1861

ine to a prisoner's statement, of about thirty thousand mea, including large number of cavalry. He farther says that owing to reinforcements from Richmond, Strasbarg and other points, the enemy's effective force was 90.000 men. Accord ing to the statement of two of the Fire Zonaves. thev have only about two hun dred men left from the slaughter, while the 69th and other' regiments frightfully suffered in killed and wounded. The number cannot now be known. Sher man's, Carlisle's, Griffin's and the West Point batteries were taken by the enemy, and the eight 23 ponnd rifled cannon. It is supposed all the provision trains, belonging to the United States, saved. Large droves of cattle were saved by be ing driven back. It is supposed here to-day that Gen. Mansfield will take command of tbo for tifications on the other side of the river, which are able it is said, by Military engineers, to hold them against any force the enemy msy bring against them. - Large rifled cannon and mortars are be...

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 July 1861

Jar Jfarow. Har Making. To make good har is quite as much an' art as to make good butter. It is not too much to say, that two-thirds of the hay which is sent to market either in bales or in wagons, is ' not of -the first quality. As, howercr, the dif ference between first and second class hay is not generally understood by the consumer, the price varies bnt little between the one and the other. Tct it cannot be doubted, that one ton of hay properly harvested and properly cured contains an amount of nutriment equal to a ton and a half of hay cut at the wrong season, or subjected to dctrioration by improper manage- ment. We will take that favorite hay, "Tim othy," as an illustration, and we beg leave to say that our remarks upon Timothy will apply to all other grasses. Timothy, when brought to market, frequently varieaTrom a light straw color to a dark fawn. In this condition, it isi evident that a portion of its nutritions qualities have been lost. The proper time for cutting hay, as...

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. — 1 August 1861

SPrrp "s:?i VL -3 ujr i - r5!'t.ns.'- SRi35?- 4 giT: ir ea. - :r-' -.j . js'-. -.5 -. -? 3 TXEisnr.v " -r7Aasv , - M - v- J'i-- ; -. :it4fv yjr..- -13V-- V . .,- .:-- & - - s5-c?3: , M eessnssjfjsejj eejsesse- -- " 'V - ; .,C-i .'. . .. - "" - :m?f;SBSi7"9iisKi5 wmisj. - BTa'aaT-tT'SC "1 .- ' - . V . . - - . iCflllSlfmllilf' ? 3f Ifr. SOL. JKILLER, EDITOR AND FCBLISUER. . VOLUME V. NUMBER 4, J - Mct prfrg. SOUTHWARD, HO! Socihwim, ho! twM a itonny "" Tbmidtrinj forth from the ytari of old, AldoffOiathcreiUoftheUimaJilJjr, - Midljr tl ScjthUn irir-li i tolled., . y . Wi oa wife, in their uronj pn'wtiom. Hurled from the Northland'! boondinj reiaf, On thejr posted, like a tide of, terror, Orcr the teeming Indian plaint Strewing their path with the Tallen altari, The doiaj golJ and the itirrjr ;tmi, The pearl-wrooghtgirdlei of Hindoo Princes, And wealth of her priceleu diademi. O'er the ihattered throne and wrecked ragoda Swelled that paan of larage joj, Ai eter onward the locait le...

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. — 1 August 1861

V- ssssaB 5-fa5rfejeEs3eV- ' xSSSSSfi -- "K. BBBBWT ,'rf7Sg&T- &.'-- ' Tf - J&iJZeX - -8t " ' '& ZS5i8s&mM2&s2 KFfti-iK? -.vtf-Mi. '4 Arj:' v. -;j ?' 1 li t K !& is?-? if'.' u ! -?-- V.il M .J- 1 Bsssssssssssssir " ' . .,. l&tjYftatwaa dHjieT SOL. M1XI.ER, - EDITOR. WHITE CLOUD, EASSAS: Tkirsiay, : : : : Airast 1, 1861. - A. iighteoui Move. The country will be rejoiced to learn that the President has placed the exclu sive control of war operations in tbe hands of Gen. Scott, giving Cameron tbe position of the"" bound boy at a busk ing." .This is what should have been done at the outset. Indeed, it is strange - that s man of Lincoln's sense and judg ment should have given Cameron a Cab inet office, particularly when there was such strong opposition to-hira in bis own State. Cameron is a man of poor prin ciple, bnt calculates laigely upon his great wealth for success in his aspirations. -Tlie high positions he baa heretofore oc- tupied, wereobtained thr...

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. — 1 August 1861

iSa-r-' v ---, --V -."""tV ' ji v "- -'-N ps?ri4"sJi' iti -TT"?ij .b" sj. - i r- i -.? fff0t-rtlS SiigamBiifls. ID" A Omos Maw. C. L. Vallandigbam. D John W. Forney has been elected Seere. tary of the Senate. ET If there is a traitor in the United States, Sam. Medary is one. D There are now within a few hours Rail road run of St. Joseph. 8,000 Federal troops. CT It is a questionable point which docs tho moat mischief, those who EO to war, or those who stay behind to agitate. ID The official rote in Kentucky for Con gress shows a majority in favoroftbe Union can didates of 54,760. No secession there! O" Dave Atchison, an adopted son of old Davy Atchison, the Border Ruffian, was killed at the battle of Carthage. ID A Southern editor appeals to the Union forces not to set foot upon the "scared soil of Virginia," a very natural misprint. KT It strikes us that the rasition of Southern Custom House officers must be very ardous just now with such a plenty of nothing to do. ID" A Regiment o...

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. — 1 August 1861

"X " " - "Ji!- ry ."( 0 rs-"w?.;SA? Jot- Jarmcr- Try Mulching. By mulching, the inexperienced reader trill understand that we mean the placing of leave?, straw.Tefusc bay, grass, or other material, upon the surface of tho soil, around the base of fruit trees, and various other plants. Wo hope ev ery reader of the Agriculturist will look into the benefits of this process. It is possible. doubtless, to over-rate the importance of the practice, bnt there is little danger of it. To our view, it ia one of the most useful processes in orchard and garden culture. Of course it is not to bo employed without regard to time and season. Its value appears chiefly in times of drouth, preserving a healthful moisture of the surface of the soil. It also saves hoe labor in keeping down weeds and scarifying the earth about trcesand plants. If a fruit garden is not carefully tilled in mid summer the ground becomes bard and dry, and an army of weeds invade It, which by the evap oration from their leaves...

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. — 8 August 1861

-VV rf-is, . -r-- f. "Esf'J -t s;; ' au.u , , ,am.llwAr -.ir -v -.v-ii ,1 fJi -tei..-.- ..! .- , '. :t.' SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER, y VOLUME V. NUMBER' '5.j THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. i TERMS $2.00 PER AWUtt, IN ADTANCE. WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 8, 1861. WHOLE NUMBER, 213. j--n Sr "Zjg3- l0tti) Kansas 'IWU'W-JJl'l film proton THE STABS AND STEEPES AT SEA, Fling out our fl.f from tho bigh.it mast, Let the .bout of the crew be be.rd, -TVTiil. the Mr & We jfiBNesifeS; - O'crtbesea, likeji mountain bird. Lot it rest on the breast of the glorious ton, Vb.n the ky grow, calm at noon; And on I.t it float, when the dij i. done. In lb. silvery .been ofthe moon. For it breathes a ebirm in that under light To the .allot', feailt.i eye. And b. dre.m. of Peace, a. .be ne.tie. bright 'Mid the .tan and .trip., on bigb. It .peat, to bi. heart ofhii mountain home, VTh.ro in triumph it long .hall ware; And b. know, that bi. .on. are free, irthey roam, Or If dead, in a fr...

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. — 8 August 1861

-sar--'lP " yttt. .tufuSrw ' .ff-ifj.- -3 -t-- 'r -- -i- H -J ,i,-- -" m i p $I)c Kan0a5 )tl SOL. FILLER, EDITOR. WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS: Thursday, : : : : AiigHSt 8, 1861. J" Cou Eoe's Battalion. Col. A. G. Ege, of this County, has been authorized to raise a battalion for United States ser vice. Wo learn that ho already has a large number of men enlisted, and will start off on duty in a few day. We be lieve the Col. to be a brave man, and well qualified for his position. Wc wish to throw nothing in the way of his rais ing his battalion ; bat the impression has been given out, that the troops are for home protection, and will not be called oat of the State. The last Brown Coun ty Union males the assertion, as it says, upon the assurance of Col. Ege himself, and also npon the word of a prominent citizen of that County. From what wo can learn, this is a false assurance, calcu ted to deceive men into enlisting, who would not do so were it understood that they were to be taken out of the 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. — 8 August 1861

" "Jt!f1tlgK, - ?t W-V.-W"-V jf 4 - xo "V- - Js S -aJij j j what, o which is the ,r"5 VERMIFUGE OR WORM DESTROYER? IT It is a question daily and hourly asked by parents, anxious for the health of their chi. dren. AU who are at all acquainted with the article, will immediately answer: dr. M'tAicr'a celebrated Tnuwrwa rXMED n nnnio im.. wtTSBCaOH, fa it has nerer been known to fail a " one of the safest remedies that can be used. A friend f ours lately handed us the following state ment in reference to this Vermifuge: New Toa, September 525. 1852. Gentlemen: A young lady of my acquain tance had been for a long time very much troub led with worms. I adrised her to try Dr. M'Lane's celebrated Vermifuge, prepared by Fleming Bros., of Pittsburgh, Pa. She accor dingly purchased and took one vial which caus ed her to discharge an unusual large quantity of worms. She was immediately relieved of all the dreadful symptoms accompanying this dis ease, and rapidly recovered her usual health. 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. — 8 August 1861

rr-.- ' -i?r v ; wjs.' 'r- ic m? w L&- if ... . w -,-.-, , .-ilftijf I If. ?! U h t hf i H it ii 4-" ? 3r tit riff 3i J S m Eftl 14 & j&r jfknter. A Thousand Weeds to One Fall. A single pigweed (Ckenopodium album) if left undisturbed, will ripen more than 10,000 seeds, etch capable of producing a successor. The seeds of the dock sometimes number over 13,000 on a single plant, and the toad flax (xVfnari vulgaris) leaves provisions for more than 45,00 plants the folio ring Tear. Bur dock will multiply 21,000 fold, and the common tinging nettle (Artica dioica) ripens 100,000 seeds. Scarcely a weed comes to maturity without scattering from 1,000 to 10,000 or more seeds, to injure crops and annoy the cultivator. This is not mere guess work, for painstaking investigators have, actually counted and calcu lated the increase. A single pull at the com mencement of the season will destroy the whole progeny. It should be remembered that seeds mature sufficiently to vegetate before t...

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. — 15 August 1861

-:- . wx .-sv ,'"i-v---; -" -' . V -V '" '" -.4-4,? . . i?I VV.X oj ,.. iHrt la ; ; nsaf.tr fv ,';.!. i" .niff?. :p vi-.i:i; liflHStt .!- SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. VOLUME; 'V. NUMBER 6. THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. TERMS $2.00 PER ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 15, 1861. - WHOLE NUMBER, 214. " 2a&-JF?JK5 wiK . , J mt fMrg- TO THE SOLDIERS OF THE HORTH. , BV D. G. ADEE. : B(m, aoliKtti, Hal' Tbe Eun ul the Stripes in in danger, At the hand of a fratricide. And not at the band ofa stranger. Cp, men, in your might. With the crimson of wrath on yonr brow; For Freedom, and Honor, and Eight, Call on each one of you now. Ann, loldieri, arm! The Stan and the Stripe, are in danger, At the hand ofa fratricide. And not at the band or a stranger. . Bockle the sword to jour side, bou!der the musket and rifle; Good-bye to home and to bride. Till the Toe of jour lieartb-ttone yon stifle. March, loldieri, march! Tbe 8:ers and the Stripes are in danger, At t...

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. — 15 August 1861

-i;- -' Y''-JS'1!j':Ss' lv-' -' 'irvvr- - ..'-.-6 Jsr-' 3HI 3E- ; it 7 s Stye 'Kansas dLljicf. SOL. MILLER, - EDITOR. WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS: Thirstily, : : : : Aagast 15, 1861. Col. Ege in White Clodd. Co1. Ega will address the public, in this place, on Friday afternoon, the 16th, npon the condition of the country. Let everybody, both on this and the Missouri side, come "and hear him ; for he is a good speaker and a true patriot, and will make 'his voice tell for the Constitution and the "Union. Col. Ego's object is to enlist recrnils for Lane's Brigade ; and all who desire to enter the service of their country, in that Brigade, will now have an opportu nity to do 60. The Col.'s theory is, that the home traitors are awaitiog the suc cess of the Tory forces in Southern Mis souri, and will make no -demonstration 'until Lyon and Fremont are overcomo, and Missouri and Kansas are placed at the mercy of Pillow and McCullough. Therefore, the most effectual way to crush .out treason at home, ...

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. — 15 August 1861

J., - 1-? -"- r Saagnieary Battle at Spriigfield! TERRIBLE ROuFoF THE TORIES! Lyon, MeCtdlocli and Price MUd! St. Louis, Aug. 13. .The following official report of the fight near Springfield on Saturday last, was forwarded by one of Gen. Lyon's aids to Fremont: Lyon, in three colnrans, under himself, Gen. Seigel, ami Maj. Sturges of the Cavalry, all attacked the enemy at 6:30 on the morning of the 10th nine miles sooth east of Springfield. The engagement was severe onr loss is 800 killed and wounded. Gen. Lyon was killed in a charge at the head of his col umn. Oar forces were 8.000. including 2.000 Home Guards. The muster rolls report- ea tauen trom toe enemv. ctvo tneir strength at 23.000, including regiments from Lonisana, Mississippi and Tennessee, with Texas Rangers and Cherokee half breeds, lueir loss is reported heavy, in cluding Generals McCulloch and Price. This statement is corroborated by prison ers. Their tents and wagons were des troyed in the action. Seigel left one gnn...

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. — 15 August 1861

, -,.?-- ""V-m f. Jur te Jfarmcr. Breediuj and Management or Swine Much more depends on tbe treatment of sows while seeking, than many persons have the least idea of, both as regards mother and young. Many a fine sow and promising litter have been spoiled for want of proper treatment at this pe riod. Most sowb are feverish after farrowing, consequently they must have a snare diet of swill, such as sour milk or dish water, or broth made of boiled potatoes, carrots and oats, with a lablespoonful of sulphur once a day for two or three days boiled oats are good alone. Some sows are very much debilitated, and re quire something stimulating; where they are very weak, a pudding made of middlings and corn meal, diluted with small quantities of wine and brandy, with new milk, given in small rations, but not often. - After two or three days, if all is well, the rations may be icreascd in quantity a'nd be composed of any wholesome food, such as swill, milk, porridge, boiled vege tables of almo...

Publication Title: White Cloud Kansas Chief
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