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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 3 February 1859

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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. — 3 February 1859

vEtjc Kcmeas l)uf. SOL. MILLER, ..... EDITOR. WHITE CLOUD, XAKSAS: Tiirsday. : : : February S, 1859. Railroad Pboject. We Bee, by the Palermo Leaior, (for we hare not seen anything of the kind . elsewhere, ) that there in proposition before Congress, granting lands for a Railroad from '.the ' Missouri River, Sa the direction of Fort Kearney. It is to start at' Bellmont, ( formerly Whitehead, and touch, at White Cloud, where it strikes off op the Neahaf Valley? J We presnme its start ing at Bellmont, is in order to get it as nearly as possible opposite St. Joseph.'- If we had anything to say in the matter, we would sayTTteep such a'Rsilrosd away from ' White Cloud. A road starting from the river at this place, wonld be the making of the town ; bat to start near St. Joseph, and touch here, it wonld kill this place as "dead as a door naiL" Ev erybody and everything wonld pan on through, to St. Joseph. By going there. travellers could immediately take the Hannibal Boad for the East ; or...

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. — 3 February 1859

T AtPABLK UEORMATION ! j tett FieU of Mineral Wtalth 11 f5 1$, 915 fER DAY ! ! i e i Iron Ore DiscoVeTr5"21 -"; - Splendid Iprlcnltnrtl Coaitry! . pine, Spruce, Oak and CaUanwaod Tuaitr, . DIRECTIONS TO EAUG RANTS ! A gentleman ia this city las last 're ceived Ft. Kearney, a private letter from triem ia ue mines, wnoae state ments can be relied npon In every partic nlar, and who represent that his most anguine expectations hare been ' mora than realized. The country ia rich ia mineral wealth,' and ia aa fine an agricul tnral region, as any portion' of Kansas. We make the following extract from hia letter, which is dated Cherry Creek, Nor. 20th, 1858. .... " "Yon teed no logger donbt aboot .the gold in this region. It ia fixed fact. Every portion of the country' i teeming riii mineral wealth.' 'The miners -are makim? from 85 to 815 per; day,' wkh taeredestof implements,- and wkhno facilities (or mining greater than picka and pass. and. long toms. I hare pros pected a large aeope of c...

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. — 3 February 1859

Cjic m of rag:jfnl . antr:Cnrimis. k J.r t . ' "' aaaaaaWMaaaayaajaaaaajeaaajaaga 77773 ': Fran the American Agriculturist WISTEB. MANAGEMENT OF SHEf . BY A MICHIGAN FARMER. The slicep is' perhaps more sensibly affected by ill-treatment, than any other of. onr domestic animals ; and it may be as truly said that none repay the owner as well for good keeping, and constant care and attention daring Winter. The losses usually sustained by the conntry at large, in conseqnence of tie negligence in the ear of sheep during the feeling season, is immense. Dnring the Winter of 1852-3, a friend of mine lost 70 fine sheen, lie trnsted a careless man to take care of Lis Bock, beinjr absent himself meet of the time, and this man neglected to shelter, neglected to feed properly, to water, to salt, etc.', etc., and the resalt was 70 rotten pelts in Spring. Another Tanner within my acquaintance lost, dn ring the last Winter and Spring, upwards of forty, jost from sheer negligence. And St is so the c...

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. — 10 February 1859

TlfTW si -inr -r r i ' nni ir j i m . , ,, , , , u . . ,?,v-.-;.? rr-v'" .r'' " ftv-"t.. v,,,", . !e- ";. ' ' ' ' 1 1 jju ii JJSS ..v : ............ "... . . ' I ..,.. 'V. . ... . ... - - glll IE wlrattl tEIIlf Jul; ) 9, r, - I8L niLLKK. iniTnn tin rviicnrn i ,-.. - ... . . --7 ' wee n.ll 1 b UlilJilliU. i . . - ; VOLUME II. NUMBER 35.(f mt ' K02EES PCS ALL. Let Sao etaitl eU East, ia bar pride fivw p, . laiafdrtMmf tef r4yfMfcr . Lrt btt bIU hw w kec wealth aanj, Aa4 aai la la (tam wUvfa aar featfatbrn Nc: Wa win lara la Aa Wert, tlw nmg jmnf Waal. ' WWit taa aaa dwaafh the wild tm mvi la Ml; Aaawal ihaat latba warla, wHk a keart; mt: Her ai aeam tar the aillUee haam ft bH! Lh her eiaf af ker Baaiea wnpp ia tJwea, WWta act leUe leak aaa aa the aauiaf lide; Let bar beaet af her aieaaiatae rraad aad (leea. Fat ahara where the fearTal Nfiitaiafe rides Wa win eheat Ut the WhI ere. the re. yeea( Waet, . (Xe rliffii giaattc the aiiad ta eppal,) With a flaaet aeae eeeitrlinf her hreaet, A...

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. — 10 February 1859

: . X . : Lt!)c Kan0Q5 l)icf. OL. MILLER, . EDITOR. WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS: Tisrsday, x i February 10, 1839. Repcsuoav Party Orqakized. Some of tie Republican leaders took advantage of the recent kidnapping excitement at Leavenworth, to meet, and formally or ganize a Republican party in tho Tern ' toTT. Jim Lane vm there in all hi glo ry, and teemed to be tbe ruling spirit of Jkf. occasion. ....The. Leavenwarth Time contains V report of the meeting, which abounds' in fulsome glorification of Lane, encYai we nsed to read in the papers, when Lano'' popularity waa at i: zenith. We Jbave opposed the formation of a Republican party in Kansas, lot we can not doubt that something must be done. The old Free State organization will not answer the parpose ar.y longer. The Democrats are folly organized, and when we look around, we seo in their rnling spirits, the very men who have been mo t clamorous for the preservation of the old Free State organization ; many of whom lave beld offices at the b...

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. — 10 February 1859

Eichnsa a Whiskey. It not b woedod,'tht our wor tliT President he. great eersalihty of Iite nL talent Few woolJ hare supposed .u. M the cares of State, he could hare' found time or inclination to cast off! for moment the itti-ntws ot mat raouc Railroad, or the lingering reminiscences of the Ostend. Manifesto, and torn his co lossal mind to whiskey: ' Yet stich is the fad. Bnchanaa discourses npon the re freshing beverage with that brevity which ia the aonl Of wit ; and it will be grat ifying surprise for the readers of the last Presidential Message to learn that Mr. Bnchanaa out write briefly and to the point " " - - " Th facta at the case are these : A firm of distillers in Pittsburg, Penn, who put up "rye whiskey in ten or one gallon packages," sent to the White, House package, with their compliments. Mr. Buchanan, who never flinches when duty calls, exercised his bibulons powers upon the package, and moved by gratitnde to the rivers of snch zoods. penned them an antoirraDh letter...

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. — 10 February 1859

AYER'S Jin: . jfaracr. P 1 1 M , v ; Hints for tho Season. "Take time ly the fore lock," is ah admonition that cannot 1c too strongly impressed upon the roiiil ami memory of the Farmer. There is a time and a season for all his operation!!, and his suc cess depends on these two points, viz : That all his operations be performed in the proper season, and in a proper man ner. When fanning implements are suf fered to remain out of repair, until want ed for use, liitidiance, rexalion, an I loss, toast be the consequence. This is there fore the time for critical examination and thorough repairs. . . Ewes asu Lambs require close atten tion at this season of the year. Every evre in lamb or with lamb, should le fur nished with a cood supply of turnips. ttita-bagas, or carrots, or for the want thereof, from a gill to half a pint of corn i a head, and plenty of good water. This, with a supply of good hay, will produce j strength, activity, and milk. They should by all means be looked to, the l...

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. — 17 February 1859

' v :v iv -a !' -,t r; :-r.v ... ... v y-iix ! ; l! ! 'I.'. .' 7 .:7'li. iff ' : ' "' Vy-" ' : ' III 1(1 III 11 Ifl V 1 H 1(1 III l!l its IB I H I ' ' ' . : : ." ;. - -. , . . .. f:..u.-:... ... ... ... ' gOL. MILLER, EDITOR AD PUBLISHER. VOLUME II. NUM13EH S6. (Omitc I jjYELST OF THE DYING. Tbe fclhreier P" PP"d rir"lT " HU It it npfMad la km hn nitiM is ia A, um tfaa irjr u bif rani ooa by tin wlrf,Iferorm..c. ' H cft Witli Ih xiiitin rmAor, " . Ad tlx wili irvmmi br; Ai tU7 ant to an pub oT Uaf bUf, It mi thai tin dead ira Urn, (t uud w jam lum, Head; Wa drink to oor coairadei'ayra; Qaaffa cap for tba dead ahaadjr, Aad aam: Tor tba aext tbat diet. ot br are tha rob!rt lowin; Xot bara i tha aiatare awret; T tald. a anr beam ara groariaj, Aad dark a tbe daoat we aaeet. Hat taiHl le your jlaaaea, ataadjr! Aad ooa Jiall oat pattea rie A ea e lb dad already! Ham', far tbe aext that diea. Sot a aijb for tbe tot tbat dari wa: Sat a tear for tba fneade tbat aiak; WaU (all 'aiikt tbe aiia...

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. — 17 February 1859

$!)e' Kansas Cljuf. OL. MILLER, ----- EDITOR. WHITE CLOTH), KAXSAS: Tsnnaay, : ; : February 17, 1859. The Annexation Question. Tbe Highlander of last week, contain ed an Article upon the subject of the pro; posed annexation of White Cloud; to Brown CWy, in which it aUempUjJ.to excuse the part the opponents of the mca aare inthat vicinity took in the matter. Iradmitsthal they were actuated only by.telfisB motives; and "en (he reasons set forth by the Highlander are of no force.- Its excuse is,? that thopcopla. of Highland do not wish to he thrown open the verge f both the Towimbip -and County , as White Cloud now is ; and it teems to lake it for granted that this was why While Cloud wanted to. get into Brown County. Now, we should like to know if White Cloud would not bo it precisely the same situation 'in Brown bleat as for it. Our disbelief in the County, as she is in Doniphan? ! She! abundance of gold, will not change the would be in one corner, and on the verge reality one iota. ...

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. — 17 February 1859

- ! r. (Tot the Chief.) rninn TOWNS, n 1 . v.,. n m..1i : . tnwTP 01 Mm" - " jofBiocb ridicule; and not without the horiaon thia vapor lingers nearehe earth's sur f ff - for a rear and a halfsgo there . face, and the virus is token with it through the -,,p?',or - A . ,, . tpH Imijja into the blood. There it acts as an imtatfcur llhWf fr" " toll"1U W" loion on the internal riaeera and excreting orraS r' '-..chin of land. Tlie. greater , 0( the body. The liver becomes torpid and fails to ",1mc lre F '""''" '" the hard time.- mm fH"1" . n f. .f f - rTTITn ' . r- jJrrafiT ocr" p 'r4 o hare . r 1 however, hare survired, and J"'" . . . . : m JtcaJi'5 impr"v,DS' ,,ow nnc ! fjlicre them" towns arc w ur, mri ,terr other Slate, -ill doubtless list. - - , . , , j brrto'n"' the intenor, at suitable 0i- u nir and at conrcnient points i each . , . t,it cuo"'i - ; rsrm iouowa,m wmca tne oraoa leaves tne een ' ' mark! lutre U-en suggested by a re- trsl organs and rushes to the surface, as if in , ....

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. — 17 February 1859

rf&'M imrat, j fi On tho Management of Bev . Feusd Batkham : I finJ is tbe Ohio Cultivator No. 3, n reference to my for mer aaccesa in keeping been, with a te- quaet for further information ; and I won! J j ay briefly-, tnat m 1813. l twJ seven warma from which I took three hondred aad thirty pound of liouey. tvitb an in crease of two new swarms. In 1344. I bad nine swarms, which gave three ban- j dred and fifty poanda of honey uo in- f crease. (It will be seen that I ronnt the ! increase, not from the swarm that come I pnt, bat from what remain when they are prepared and aet away for the winter.)) Tbe laat summer I had reven new (warms, ! bat in the process of uniting, had but j nine left ; the past atrmmer in this place I waa consiJJercJ unfavorable for bees ; j Jhe 'increase small. From f".3 last of; Jane till the middle of August, my bees j appeared to lie perfectly idle a cireum- j stance that I never knew betore, nor uo I know how to account for it. However, some older in ...

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. — 24 February 1859

iff f 1 ffji"fl fltf 1 . . . . II I II II JOLUJIE II, NUMBER 37. KABCO BOZZAEIS. . bt rrrz geee.e hallbck. 41 aiasi;ht. Wl nt j Tut wan dreaming of Ike beer. Kin Greece, her knee ia appjiaace beat, flauli tremble at bis power: g fceaps. throagb eaarp aad court, ha bora XV nwoeies of a eonaneror ; la are ii his soeg of triamph board ; Tan on awaarea'i eigaat ring; TVa pressed that monarch's Ihroaa a king: As wild ail tboegbts, ead gay of wing, As IdeaS gardea bird. At wideifwt, ia tka fcreet glades. Sextans raa-ed hit Saliota band, Tree a the steel of their tried blades, Heroes ia heart and hand. Vane bad the Persinn's tkoasaada stood, Tax had the glad earth draaa their blood, Oa eM Plata's day; Aa4 it there breathed that haaated air, Tbf mas of sires who eotugoer'd there, With ira to strike aad soel to dare, As eeick, ai far ar tbej. At hear patied oe the Tark awoke: Tait bright dream was his last He woks to bear bis sentries shriek, "Ta arms! they eome! the Greek ! the Creek '." 8s...

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. — 24 February 1859

f l)t Hans as l)icf. 101.. aHLLrt, ..... EDITOR. WHITE CEOTJD, XASSAS: .Tksnday, : : : February 21, 1839. , E&asi'bal tnd St. Joseph Railroad Ita Importance to northern Kansas. ( The Hsnnibal and St Joseph Railroad j s ihit m wvm - - Hi channel will hereafter be given to migration ; and the benefit to 'Northern Kansas, anting from the opening of this great thoroughfare, will be immense. Emigrants heretofore, with the exception f a small portion who came overland, came by steamboat op the Missouri. Nine-tenth of them started simply for - Kansas oot for this point, nor for that bnt they determined to come to Kan- -sis, and let circumstances determine them where to settle when thej reached here. Ji majority of these seemed to be igno rant of the existence of any portion of .Kansas above Leavenworth. In fact, to J them, Leavenworth and Lawrence were Kansas. Kansas City had her runners -on the boats, who induced thousands to 'stop at that place, as a starting point for the interior.....

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. — 24 February 1859

ZITtWit has been arrested IT A P"0" T" f throwing the forms -'JJriTTf the South" paper, end KS-I-riJ- Tb.oEcebadbee Mtnhal of the Chancery Court. ntta"" n u supposed be committed .bT because riving leading appointments for " cSesto-toDOO-reridenU. They TL an Insult to bsve to muy epporn- iw,m distance qua, -k- ,.-.A tot office among - . .. 1. rincl. Tom's Cabin, me on ira rTjW ,v W.w-of Mr.Ba t lo unci ec of Mr. B Eoropeen ei ,.i:,.l,fl of Mr. Bachanan U likely to get T". . r..nan circulation. me aespouc n"4 ".JUted with'the confession of Ij dereoeraey and corruption on this tide , lV. Atlantic, an '"-'- ri- " " jjT tfa of the Union, that they pre it ''r ,TJTT : rr Mr Sibley, me ""r"u' v' "- -e-ttt the importance of a collection or '!Slof1' P nd P"-" "neaM ! oriog tk nexo( of education at preaent .,tflorBier times. The American en " pnke once made fneh a collection, but Jjrf 0ld notbuy it, and it was aold to the fcidih amenm. ebere it now U. jr The Washington correspondent of the De...

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. — 24 February 1859

- - - ayeitT 111 xJjjr-? jariiicr.. (i, , f . w Signs of a loor Farmer. I !! grea Lis mowing land lute in the Spring. 8orae of his cows ar luach past their prime. He nejj.ects to keep the dung and gronnd from the aills of bis bonding. lie sows and plants his land till it is exhausted before he tliiuLs of nanuring. He keeps too much stot-k, ! and msnr of them are nnrulv. He ha ) place for nothing,, and nothing in its ( race. If he waats a chisel or a hammer t be cannot find it. lie seldom does any ; tbicg in stormy weather or in an evening. i Vi aril! nffAtk tir rf rifu fuinv in flia 1 bar-room talking of hard times.' Al-j F though he has beeu oo a piece of lan Ji twenty yeais. ak him for graftal apples, J sad be will tell you he couM not raise! - them, for be never had any luck. II if! indolence and carelessness subject him to! fmafiy accidents.- He loses cider for want ol a iioop. tils plough breaks in Lis Jiuny to get in his seed in season, because it wia not housed ; and in harve...

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. — 3 March 1859

3 ' t ' J lit - I r -; 1 .A5 i - IS siller editor ixd publisher, j. THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. i TERMS $2.00 PER ASSCM, Iff ADTAXCE. VOLUME II. NUMBER 38. WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS, ,THDISDAY, MARCH 3, 1859. WHOLE NUMBER, 90.; tin 0 ' '.. . . ,.T "QgUIBJOZEJ 8LTTJIB2R. r. I .halt tret' r!eM eaasiag day, WMa Marrams iilktwiWirf daaeiaf, ckUM tWir mitt btol amy Ml At MnU cwrf adeaaeiaf, rrieanni brag aad batyettwnt , -jill Wir ee to mr Uetjrelreat. O, ,-rt atettrrt net tear rare TW Mtw u MaMa f (Vim miht. Abate the aaraaer, ew-aeade r. Vkm tare ad l rtirT-. . . Fje that I iImM kaaw il Ml. neath, ia the dart, narrow apt. far I shall abrp! A tweet a sleep At rrtr gr seed ehi Id repoti "J. Anita ate ia the cell ee deep. Where I, mf weary eyelids closing, At If ejtb eballlae aw dan U fax, . H"t afeladt abort ait branft. Atbrpl how deep iriO ba thai reel. Free fs life's tcm aweing wildly, That ware it part iha eatfb'a anrest. In besom shall twitt at anildljr ; Far eel eee Jr.-am af ears sha...

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. — 3 March 1859

, Sljc Kansas &l)uf. OL. KILLER, EDITOR. WHITE CLOTJD, KAKSAS: TkwsdaT. i t : : March 3 1S59. " Advaicb Patmeht3. When we ccm - Braced tbJ"pob1icatiea of the Chief, we i '414 to with th3 determination of exacting ; advance payments of subscriptions ; but from, Vsrioni causes.Ve branched out into VV the credit system, little by li'tle. nctil : fopl appear to think it would be an in nlt to offer us pay in advance. Nearly "our whole business ia credit, and' mnch will alwaye remain ao, aa far aa settling . an the old a core ia concerned. We have asked for doner until we are tired and ashamed. We have come to the eoncln sion that it is far aafer to print 200 pa - pert per week, which are paid for, than . ' to orint 600. and receive no par for at ' leaat two-thirda of them. After the ex . piration of the present Tolome, therefore, ' welntend to adopt a new plan. Between ' this time and that. wewill inclose I ill to all who are indebted to ca ; and those r 'who do not cqnare np, will b...

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. — 3 March 1859

Wasuinirton Union of thw morn ZSon Public Expeod.tores. a article lh it eivM statistic purporting to C dr what the expenditures are, r ex! a eir . n.i .k.,ni in Conirrrsi. orient eI?..u1 ahont in Conffresi. onght, ".""i.ritr to begin at home. SSW-A there vrodU U lt impropw'J in legislator, exerci- iheir in wnnmT, excliiKivcly S,W7 pr of ,r olTn naJr " saral officer, mauy of whom aw "Line " "rdsh5P aaJ Pvt,,on,on Kfode. of the ocean, or the .lesol.- .ioaiof the plain. Tsne'-ests that if member are sincere .k, r parposo - . . "noB.j wH'e public m-lmioutrfition. it , i l. .k. Ut msmfcted if they com- !L it on their own department of the SUt; the of Co.n- lionl expenaimre piw. Sin department for the exercise of the rTeA1tion compared with those which 3 the legislation of the State,, pro ' 7mot atriking contrast. Ctn. Gut. n. VHiiff movement in Virginia. uammuir, reu. to. The Whig" movement in Virginia is ''"Jmaieai formidable on account of the f 'm ad Banter divisions, ana tue cn.ir ict...

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. — 3 March 1859

AYER'S 7ork for Marci. jtSsiiT Pastciie. If you lw an j" M l field th that yoa have turneu onl to resr, iaJ too desire to convert it into a per J fcaaent pwture for your stock, yoa may I ii so by panning tlie following pUn : 1 plough it np 6 inches deep, harrow nJ foll it, then sow at the rate of 3 Loshels j ct pea, broadcast, per acre, harrow them in, and rolL .When they come into j" bloom, plough them nnder, roll, and f lurrow your land : leave it in tbi state j about a week, then tow 1 bnsljel of buck i wheat, harrow it in, and rolhbe ground : 1 when the bock wheat comet into bloom.. fploB.hit ia. roll the grounl. spread thereon 50 bnsucls of lime, or the tame - -quantity of. ashes, or twice that quantity ' of marl, harrow it in, then roll the ground, and eo w on each aero of it, 1 pek of timothy seed, 1 busbe! of orchard grsss, lsy tashel Kentnclcy bine-grass, and 1 peck g of red-top ; top-dress, with mixtnre of "1 bns'ael of salt and one bushel of planter, c par acre, harrow li...

Publication Title: White Cloud Kansas Chief
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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