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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 10 March 1859

-- ' ' - 1 r . , ..... . ' ... ( . - : .!- - : . ; .... . . - . , , . ... .-... ft iKM$, t it 1 ;. j . SILLER EDITOR AXD PUBLISHER.., Ly; SOL THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. TERES $2.04 PER mUJI, IJ ADtl jfe.) VOLUME HKUMBER ' WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS,' T11URSDAY, MARCH 10, 1859. WHOLE NUMBER, Pi; fit ; WW TO MARY. , fating ! v" m m,t' "wy. , I .An wi4r, , ' .aikaftrbik brow. , i frit rom ir oumw, i km ' '"T . t , TW jt hippj jrn, A4 !'r. ! kt Mry, IT ilk I" " fcof ' Ym, hc ttat j . ' Hit. Uwin (of mr, ... B tk. Jf tKk- Miiy, TV pl.rM wlticfc w loved; TV dtar ruom w!ir r ! to til, 1W andoirf wbf r r rod: n hMoaiiBC TWl nftr o kl ."Kj; jtaJ the immi w. kk4 npo, l be )M l I rr J0"S; . . At. inn:' ftw tWa;k few yw, Mr, Hit. ilted ch bJ, Trt my li k torn !. rrti TWdc pMrkiofthfirtrrxl! Al jo-rr? jo th Mine, Mary, TV k'uli-, joro girl, (rfcfft iwilc ttill braaiiM A.lheili;litieheHJ 1 I la Irirf TfW HJr! It". . AmI I J"Hy hw Tm T't; F aravatl to Hn fnH nf'monet, TkM I rill fcrl! Ym irtr. Wn ho...

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 March 1859

EDITOR. -? - WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS: Tsindiy, : : : : Mirck 10, 1859. Arrui at Wuhihotoh. There Lm ' been Another Congressional killing crp " at Washington. Daniel E." Sickles, a 'Congressman from New York City, sus pected an improper intimacy between hia wUeanda man named Kiy." Ke wu watchful, and discovered .enough to sat fafy him of the correctness of his suspi 'eiona, " Seeing Key come out of hia (Sickles') house,' be requested a friend to engage bin in conversation, while he ran p stairs to get his pistols. Hie friend did so. and Sickles, after getting his pis loll, followed and overtook them. Hi first shot grazed Kej'a si Je, when the lstter sprang behind a tree, and threw bis e-per glsss at him. The next shot en tered Key's body. Sickles fired several snare times, (his friend standing by and looking on, and placing the pistol to Key's bead, "was about to shoot again, when an officer arrested him. The shots rirovsd fatal to Ker. We have not - t - - leaned the result of Sickles ex...

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 March 1859

rrMr.Soma - iea. of f1 rlV election in hit district, a -, v,. lwhanan. Thi to another ex- "?rinMt o the President Jort Dn n.emt letter. rrTbe Gallatin (Tens.) Examiner notices which sppeared In Gallatin a few jt vU ( man named Horn, who hat " . . nr:i. rnnntv. ton or twelve Bring in r,.. onwards of forty years. ilei abore - - - - !L, had never before seen a town. He took. I above Uauaun, ' J ' i(Mti. Mill a v!nt to tot tithe nouses ' fc railroad depot, law the iron hone, and waa tlr pleaaed- rrTbe Ne York Tine, referring to the f-t nuiter General' operations, says, "he neat the part JW, in reducing to practice a Icktme of orerlaiid mail carriage, which hu novel advantage of costing, for the trans alKioa of a lingle letter from St. Louis to San JWixo, &5, the actual pay to the Depart mral fc, the feat being three cents!" rj in beautiful illustraUon of the equity and aiBuit; rf toe fugitive slave law, a father ia jauritootd in Washington harboring kit own The father is a free negr...

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 March 1859

X fx-.' " The rhlluJelgftia Pole Bean, wUicb is lbs tnoet prolific beta we have ever M-en, nirb planted in warm land a early in PMot m shall be safe from the rik of frost. f aaaaaa ' " 1 . . . 1 . t XM pole rosy do eignt sa.i ten leet-nigu OH rich gronn i. These are of secies rfeswTablin -the wbite Cranberry, only mnra flat Tl I lie bills ara fonr feet apart. ths foliage rnnning on the pole will near ! Ij cover the gronnd. The groniid should ' bt made mellow with ploughing and rich manure. r ! j ' The Early Blood BH iu common UM .is best for the rrarden and for fathily nse. I tTbey may be Sowed early in 'Slay, in drills from twelve to twenty inches apart. - The .rtMrnd' should bo well rsautireJ' and trenched deep to give room for the root, .tilhs Carrot will grow well in gronnd .prepared as for Manisel Wurtzel. When raised in the field, the soil should be well yalrerized, and the rows will be most 'Tohrenient at eighteen inches apart or 'if ron would pass them with the plough, .two ...

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 March 1859

.V ''-?-" - . . '-.J ,".? f I- H. ' 1 . - '!' ... e ' r - , , - . ' , ! ' ....... 4 . ... - - - - , . i ... - - . t-j;'. v "', : ". . -i .'': i - .. . ? ., . .i f 1Qi 5 . j . . : ; . ..i.:.-..r.. n - . . . ' . r v:.. : ' -r . ... .. 5 . A . 1 ! r ,5 .. 1 10 Pfi 4 tl If if V' NT 'N ysr Ay iJL. MILLER, EDITOR 1D PUBLISHER. ' ' ' - -j. VOLUME II. XliMBEU. .40. j . , . i :: Cjmrc '!(itiri.: : IKE TiEASTTEED EI5QLET. . Itkitkiox WwtM April rer -l'pifcU ut cbair : r : ;' f ,ml Ho I fowdl r. r . ffttfc Ail Ww Jock 9f hair. . y rliriH ni pillowed m j hraatt, " Xowr ere were fixed m . jiwr heart tu all aiy w, I kaew aij w irai Milne. TW tain 7 Ueat of violets faaie tuaiinx im the roon, r AbJ ainsliBS with the roM i;K, ppfead roaad a rich perfbe; Vet tweet r tnur tlie arana lealli wliich Irlt api y ebeekf Xloa fn-raa-e froai the blahin rtet (lr freai tlie fiolet awek. rpno tbe !ik, the avrkin-(irJ Wa iayij load aad clear, Bat aoiei tr.re ntuical to ate. UYra fallia oa nr ear; Fnr freia tw aol...

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 March 1859

i t i t f 11 i)T Kansas Cf)icfT OL. MILLER, - - - i EDITOR. , .WHITS CIOTTD, KAKSAS: Tkmday, : : : : March 1T, I855. -x.' Vm.au tut" Mikes. A vounir nun of! Qrflt CountyTjIo-. n bis returrffrea the; Jiiines, stopped over -night ja this place, j last week, and; repeated Ibe "old,1, old '-tqry" thai gotd.con be foand, bet not -'imrcgVto pay for digging.-He excited 'l perfect fever, by saying that be thought of going back, and expected to make a Wg-'TrSisS If U.1C 'was" immediately wjlh'pfred around, that be .'"knew some tiling he didn't want to tell ;" and this belief tu strengthened, when la exhib ited a small quantity of gold 'dust.1 ' Bat " b told a friend thai be did not Intend tot , go tack to dig, but had s speculation on hand;wbereby be tbonght he could' do wcU, He advised another person,, as a friend, to keep sway from the mines. " lie ays diggers did not average mere than 50 to 75 eenrs per day. Some acquaint ances of bis, who bad been clerking in stores, went out to better t...

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 March 1859

-y iVnr tk Chief.) Wmiti Cvoco, Mareh 4, 1859. l" - 4. nf KlMlf tO beSD ,frBionsDieir.i-.-. ),t, WIUlOOl tuuit, -I , rjTL.piimtnU ar measured generally by TTdi,pUTed by the various members in "Toting local acts, either beginning or tennl VT the spot from which Pn ' Tfo nore sectional the measure, the Zt the " navigated it through. Th !jeteal calibre of the Representative who jjthe time and interest, and expend the llfof sine tenth! of the citixens for the r!7toT the other tenth, i nine time the Vlloiniof him who of . Territory ; consnlu the Interests of all her The fUndard of measurement ia false, , by most w""" i " 6 yntart have been juugeu. mc dt, a that body sosse food men and true whs ou ,ook 00lai,e f the Httle Tillage JJUdlthey happened to own a few .six-bit )( men who would not laerifiee their koagr gr the intcresta of their constituents, forfeit their aoIeniB pledget, to gratify the price ar tadpole-ambitioa of " ail by -nine isUad eiti iog the Bembert worthy of think from f...

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 March 1859

f - -. v . !' - h : tFi tbe lUcrW ' "' 1 Bwara Lud lor i'lammg I . M. EtnToR t I Kod a diversity : opinion among farmers on this subject, i ... la tint neighborhood where I it if . ' lt uniform cuvtom to plongVin tbe Ao-j taaa for Spring planting. The propri- i ety ot policy of this practice I never beard i , ttttttioned until the present season. , Last j pring I waa in aa atljoiuing Couuly anJ ! -" iW aa acquaintance planting corn rath-; tr late in the season. lie sail be coplJ not eet hia breaking tin done Wore. 1 inquire! if be ploughed in the Spring from choice or necessity, lie said ' from choice. , I then wUhed to know why ho prefer red Spring ploughing to Fall. He said some yean ago bis attention was railed to the subject ; ami (band, by motnal ex periment he conld get ten bnshels more corn from an acre, when plongbed in the Hpring Sin.e then be always ploughs in the Spring for corn. I have since found that other experienced farmers take ' the same course. It il,. o.n-mnl. rf...

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 March 1859

mi t ? mi P mm mi n ill 1 1- I0L. MILLER, EDITOR iXD PUBLISHER. THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. - r i TERMS $2.W FER mi, L1 ADTAKE. VOLUME II. NUMBER 41, j WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 24, 1859. WHOLE NUMBER, 93. XHE HOMES OF ETDIAHA. IT J. B. OAEE9. jti Iniiiaa cotUf hornet? H pletwntly ifcey witm h betity or ber fertile hi.-!, Pfjith tb B.Mr akin; TVy fprcW ipoa ber flowsry plains Bar geatle MmHinf hills aastla n tba graves that bead Above her boo it ay rilU. Kieh fiUs oferiiatoa, rreea u4 foW, Lika qaiat mm ara tiwrw; Ami baaglM that flnwp with laaeiaw fraits, An toatinf ia tba air; The clear, cold spring comet swelling forth fnm oat its moss-hang care, j Ai o'ar tba flowers that kiss Its Area, Tba sbclteriBf lecnta ware. ' Aroaad ia troxea arcbei stand The riaat forest trees, Aftd wreathiag vines aod hleaejs fling Tbeir fragraaee oa the breeze; Tba pawpaw rear its silver shaft Above the mandrake green, Aad Uoaodinf oVr the fallen tree, The graceful drer is seea. Tbejoroa...

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 March 1859

9 Stjc Kansas )t(7 SOL. KILLER, EDITOR. WHITE C10TID, KANSAS : TlirMxy, : : : : Blrc Zl, White Cloco ad ths Iives. As we bare uniformly ad vised persons to stay away from tbe mines, it cannot be imputed to as thai we have endeavored to draw people out nere.from motives of f pec ulation; but as the people are determin ed to go to tbe diggings, we tbink they will find White Clood equal in most re spects, and superior in some, to any oth er town,' as a starting point. J Onr mer chants have already fitted oat several companies, 'and Lave applications from others. A large quantity of flour, bacon, and other provisions, will be kept here, the cotn;cg Reason) and may be purchased at very reasonable rales. . . It is a fixed fact that. Missouri River towns will be made the starting points. If ttlx desirable to start from that point on the river which is Dearest to the mines, a glance at tbe map will at once convince any one that White Cloud . nearer than any other town in Kansas. ... But it ...

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 March 1859

iljingamiijigs. appearance and manner, visited rf AUegheny Connty. P.. and rcpre- .TI,.r,i that tu to coroo off on day at Louisville, Ky. The sum of IT m .is to be distributed among tne suo 2i in racing from 12,000 to fifty -.gent," having sold about $C00 of tickets, cleared out, and has not been "j ,f since. It U hardly necessary to add rrTbe Alu Californian U informed that has been found within the limits of the of Molcano. in Amador County, s marble h;ch promise to equal that of Carrara. Canr' luseDe' 2 Llong. "d 150 feet deep. Much of the ubie equal to the first clam Carrara in 4 and finnaesi of grain, and whiteness tflor, and there is an abundance of the rock d in'qoality to the second daai Carrara. UThey are getting sharp in Lafayette, Ind., 0 th iufluence of their great mineral water lilies. A horticulturist advertised that be voald WPP' " of ,nd p,lu,ts' C8pe eiillj "piPIut of 411 kin(ls-" A gentleman taettupoi lent Hi n order for on P'ge of jjjurd-pi. teed. d a few dozen of...

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 March 1859

-le'ffnracr.-1 Btftiag Potatoes, i ' A Correspondent of the Duller New- Ep glT toe lulJow inpr: rtekcripuon 01 I mod of planting ul raining good potatoes .-I hart farmed in Northern Illinois for tbe last ten years, and never failed in rtiiiag a good crop of potatoes. Trne very crop has not been alike good. ' for loach depends npon tbe season ; bat 1 &erer had poor crop. My plan is this : I plant the seed ends of good sizod potatoes on good ground, but never ma dots them. If the ground is not naturally rich, it slionld by all means be made so ; but this manuring should be attended to from one to two years before planting of potato!. Th t the seed ends axe as good as whole potatoes, I have satisfied myselt j repeated espetiments. I plant two seeds in a hill, the rows fire feet apart ty two and a half, furrowing my ground one way with a light plow, then drop my seed across the farrows, which saves marking tor jrroand one way, and plow them in. This saves three-fourths of the labor ...

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. — 31 March 1859

T it'. w I .... v. 1 v.Wv. '. nil P. ; v ML. KILLER, EDITOR 15D PUBLISHER. THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. TERMS$2.00 FER mU5I, tt ADTA5CE.- 11 inr I A It f I II 1 I U I SI Itl M If t i . VOLUME II.-NUMBER 42. (Khrirt Swffl.. u nXYE KB THREE GRAINS OP U COMT, KOTHER." . V MRS. A. M. EDMOND. ,. seen words wet I1 rannest " I" Ind Jywtim, as be wea dyiag Irons stai'ntioa, darine; the irflwi- r i"- f ud gare them U kin. It wm ill tk bad Oil; thnt b viH kwp tbt KttWs lib I lure. Till ita e"i " Jud klf tk ;y af rack a death, j(f h Warp aerrr told. It kai -aiwd li wolf fcrt, uotlirr, yk a wolf that l ficrr for bload, All tkt litlM a,T- o"ille Calwint for lark of food. dmiard of lad ia aT 4p. fiothrr, Aad tW ial tai llraroa to AaJ I akr- witli aa catrr, raaiiihia; 'ia. But ;oa kid aa Imad Cor ai. h rmild I Ht la oa, notbrr, Una rnnld I hm to toa, Fm lad to 'ive yonr tartin Ikit, Wata to wne larvif too? Kc I rex! tb ftaiior ia rnor ckcrk. And ia rai-r eye "t wild, Aad I flt it ia voar lioat ...

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. — 31 March 1859

J 1 i3 ' OL. CT.ITO, . . . EDITOR. . tfmi C10TT2), XAX3A3: Tkiraiij, : : : J Mirtft 21, 1829. 6ctc3WJO . ACCOCXTS. We thi week enclose bEIs to a number of sub scribers, bringing their accounts to the ad of the present Volame, in J one ; aad we shall shortly eod bills to all delia quest We wsd tbem thus early, that all may fcave ample time to settle by tbe , den of tbe volame. . Too who do not quit op by that time, art notified that their MCOtraU wHI be left in proper bands for lawful collection. With this fair warning, . bom eta complain, if they fail to attend to thia matter. After the commencement of tbe next Volume, po paper will be aent without pay la advance. We should like to ac- cometdate tome of onr friends, by gir ing tLsia a little time ; bnt if we ahow faTor to some, it will give other came to complain. Therefore, all will be treated like. . Ajtswebs to Cobbxsposdbxts. Cor ratpoadente interested, will understand the following answers to their communi cations : J. R. It is...

Publication Title: White Cloud Kansas Chief
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 31 March 1859

fcljmgamintgs. rr A eood story i wla m . , 7. President' the other day, iwu !!tat ttMe between certain represent--Tnesee,and the Hon.Mr.Ruffin,of Carolina- -How are yen getting along, j.-t" ..Vxl the JoIIt bachelor of SwWwHo-e. -WeU could be expected, Sr.S.seonne and a Ruffian on . iu the instant response. I do not Mr. S. suspected the lady punster of -ttittiag P fact- rrThe author of "Cbiide Harold," while Italy, had a helmet made for hi own use in SebitUe-nelda of Greece. That Identical ticji( neTer wore a originally intended, but -Web hTe eoieni lhe brinof the P'1 -net, "many a time and oft," it now the orna IjBttf a home in South Boston. It la to ifctt nine headi out of ten trying It on, Bore than fill it. But flesh is not Via, however. U Philip Barton Key, the fictim of the late terrible tragedy, in Washington, had an elder fcrther, who w'as killed many years ago, in a del,by Midshipman Sherburne, of New Hamp- Key's wife, who is dead, was a Miss Sa,of Baltimore. Her marriage ca...

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. — 31 March 1859

$0r Jarmcr. , Looking for the Spring. The mows at last begin to give way, and we look for a havoc of high waters. Tie closeness of the Wioter ha prevent ed many of oar Valley farmer from bulk ing oat their corn, anil consequently there is much yet standing in the chock, which sudden thnw wonld ba likelr to sweep off. But the snow may take its time in ! melting, and it ditticott to progaosu cate, as none of the old rales of the weath er mongers seem to be in force of late. We learn that the young sheep are dropping off badly. They went into the Winter in bad order, not only low in flesh, bat somehow unaccountably diseas ed, and when the extreme cold weather set in, they dropped, the hay was poor, and the loss is rather severe. The bul locks that we sco coming np from the Valleys far the Eastern market, look hearty an" '.ravel well, but are not so plamp aou. jleek as the droves of two or three years ago. Many of the country horse t jus which we see in town look thin ; we fear thoir ow...

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. — 7 April 1859

.r . . j.. ": "" ft "JilTjIILLEB, EDITOR 1XD rUBLISHER. THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. TER3IS $2.00 rER 13X131, H ADT1SCE. VOLUME II. NUMBER 43. WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 1859. WHOLE NUMBER, 95. jj JjT ft f 4 iiflWiflirtiK aAxv. "jjjEOLD EAMAGE PEES 3. IT THUJAM OLAND BOCKJfE. arh hriJiaet ponan, aad ft"' "! j! ,i. ' yet it team ewohl be ne inaaieh aceee of Moody w.r. H, aaasen Seuuted gaily forth, TV, giUee chariots rolled along; " Bnfta ,npl,ii lashed aad (leaned, that da y, iJ peace arose aaiid Ibo throog . . Xd tkrin the warrior's ruthless beel jTst theirs the trifc-Mntioed spoil jM theirs n'll ,he " lb P1"- . JTst tttin! they vera tbe eons of toil! i belier pageant kept tbey then TWh trieaaph tongs nhall never jlrir seapans Lev dericee bom. Ani each declared iu otto" Poaco I" Ueied, aad Science led the train, fered the son with eagle eye; And Art, whose eoenlleet works apeared, Passed with her treasure proadly by; The Parsed Nine their graces gave. And Keirledge ...

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. — 7 April 1859

St) c Kansas )ti. SOL. KILLER, EDITOR. WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS: Tiiniaj, : : : : : April 7, 1850. ASSWERS TO CoBRESrOXDEXTi. Our letter, daring the past week, bare been to numerous, that we hare not yet bad time to open them all ; bat we are pre pared to. answer a few. - Bndget. The "nllin" for costard pies, consists principally ' of eggs and milk, touched off with 6rice. Webster's Dic- , tionary does not give directions for mak ing piesl ; - ' v Bistoricut. Your discovery is a cnri- one one that nearly all the great religions reformers were named John. There were John Calvin, John Wesley, John Knox, and John Luther ! Nopoleon Bonaparte was not a religions reformer, and his name was ' obn ! 2 j, "Xha play of "Simon says wig- w '"was invented by Gen. Washing tov M) amuse his soldiers, while they were encamped at Valley Forge. It does not much resemble Chess, and is not played with cards. v Yerilat. Yon are correct The battle of New Orleans was never fought, bat was only a story gotten up...

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. — 7 April 1859

Wngamnjigs. i .:Rt hw United States . v;t with the xancton-ciou ju rTJt Z with unusual rng redoubtable Chiefs: Pa-la-me-p. pc, D . v. t.ji (tiomlH bell: E-k-! I S-W "' ""' ' . .ke. the jumping thunder; AU-ra- wton the iron born; Nombe kah-pah.one that Eoeksdo.nt.o; T.-ton-ka-ejah ka th.fa Za- A-ha-ka-ma-na. the walking elk; A-faa- Wnaibe, the stanumg ei, " the elk with a bd voice; Cha toa-wo ka .... iWnir hawk: E ha-we-cha-sha, the !i mm- Phvon-wa-kan-na-ge, the white med Wne cow that stand ; Ma-gache-ka, the little .bite swan; Oka-chelawash-ta, the pretty j The death of Gen. Wa. T. Haskell, of Tennessee, is announced, i ne event occurred i, the Hopkinsville Lunatic Asylum, on Sunday jjjt. He was at one time one of the most bril liant men of the South. He was one of the first extort of the nation, a poet by nature, and the jmbor of some beautiful stanzas, and a gallant jollier, distinguished In the Mexican war. His jjfluitj if believed to be chargeable to the ef fect of excessive of...

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. — 7 April 1859

in fanner. '." 7ork for April. Soils. OjlU will grow on any gootl soil, best on grass swards or clover lavs. Ia these Utter, however, the worm is fre quent destructive to the young oat plants ; this way be preventeJ by sowing broadcast 2 bushels of salt per acre. T'befaratios ok ths Geockd. Plow; deep, and thoroughly pulverize by har rowing and rolling. : Qoahtitt or Seed per Acne. Sow 2 . bushels of seed to the acre, and be sore to sow good, heavy, well-cleaned oats. If your soil be really fertile, or yon should manure it generously, 3 bushels of seed will be better than 2. After sowing your seed and harrowing the ground, then com plete your work by rolling. BAHLEV.Kf yon have a good strong loamy tf 4 that would grow a good crop of V j it to barley, being sure to plow i -Yj;rize it well. 2 bushels of seed t ' e acre is sbont the right quan tity. ,11 I desire to get it into clover, dress it with, say, 10 bushels of allies and 8 bone-earth per acre. Early Potatoes. riant as early thi...

Publication Title: White Cloud Kansas Chief
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