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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 14 April 1859

" 0 S -'"''' ;' Mi t. ft Iff f;;; n n i u IOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. VOLUME H.-NUMBER'44. jUIS ON THE ROOF. IT COATE8 KIX2TET. jrV, tba kaeaid afcadaw. gather 0, ,n tbe etany pher... A, tail weieaebory aar.M. GeaUy areeoe raiaj Ti.ajey la we tba pillow i Of a cattif ebaraber bed, Aao linea 10 tbe patter Of tbe ao mil mknJ. ,erj link le oe tin ehiarle Hu u echo ia lb knit, Aia theaaaad dreamy fascial lata bar beiojatatt; Aid a thoaiaad reeolloctioai Wear, their brirbt baee into woof, Ai I Hum re tbe pttfl Of tbe raia apoa U roof. There, ia f7. "T , Ai ii aerd to year, aroaa, Te aort'.y the if"t aleepew, Eie ahe left then till the diva: I nm aee her beading o'er mr, Ai I Ktea ta the itraia tA'kirk i pUred apoa Iha ikin;lef, B; the pener af the nia. TVa T little TSpl ti-tiT, With her wiii; aail wrin; Mir. A.d hrr Lrir!it-eyel, ehrrah brother, A ree, nn(ric pair, ;lii!e iiuid'I aiy arlkrfal pi liner. With their prai.e, or miltl reproof, Ai I lirtea la the aiaraiar Of the eatl ni...

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. — 14 April 1859

3S;i)rKansas;:l)ief. OL.' KILLER, EDITOR. ! Territomal Toutics. Politic in J Steamboat Combixatioxi. The own 1 Kansas are just now in rather a jumbled era of a majority of the Missouri River ' i t . - - f . 1 . I . 1 t .l ?4A unM Vinahnna n n I Up COWllUOn at. least bo tar au iiw iiiipu- i uoai nave nunw iuw tuiuMm'vuu, : neuts of Democracy are concerned. A ! call haa for some time been out, for nrvm rYTfiTTTi IT A UTS AS: . . j Convention at Ossawattomie, iu May, to Thursday, : : : : : April 14, 8W'iorjfan-12e the Republican part. It will Coau Some timeainee. Mr.' Jefferaon Griffith opened a coal bank on his farm, three miles west tf. this place, and took oat a large qnntitj of coal.' A tpeciea tu found, which jndgea pronounced to be a good quality of cannel coal. Mr. Griffith toon abandoned digging out the coal, and removed to Iowa, and the bank Las remained idle ever since. Last week, CapU R. P. Moore, of the White Clond Ferry Boat; and John F. Galick, Esq.. of Indianapolis, lad....

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. — 14 April 1859

iotrtpi'ni,tntt- iv. the Chief.) llGUriZTIO OFTHE BE- fHE0BBucAxrART. i -e has arrived when it become every rf Territory W eon.iaer well the !!TorwinS Republican party, f" L.. nnon which more depend than i 'IJIt conceded. The call ha. been made .orranizstion,and from many quar- TT. been most heartily responded to. k I i . . it one T Is it the call of wi ituulu - consider what U to be accomptUh Ids 7 ... ;tion.as well as tueconse ,i by ,. - . :.;. The obiccts of all associations in a Democrat, e govern JTnde up of a confederacy of States, are .forSiate or Federal purpoes-to maintain "Teeore some power in a particular State, or . influence throuehout the nation. " " A ptrtf proceeds to organise H - 7Zr be the result? It requires not the irbat wifl . . . it t r ie vision 01 a seer 10 wrewi. .uj vi . - WY" . . . ... .v. t gt ano CS' aniens vi mc i cmwirj wbove linked heart and hand with them in K.til aeainst the common enemy Dcmoe as . . ... . , i would no longer join in iu uui Kguc, w ...

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. — 14 April 1859

gst lie Janncr. : Kitchen Gardening. . Aspabaocs. It is tin" thing for tliis plant to nave rich be-ls of soil nJ ma ll art, two feet deep, for the root to ran in. Bat one great reason that asparagus docs not grow larger is, the plants are placed too thickly tog.Hher in the beI. Bows a foot part will not answer they ahoold be two feet at least. Any one may satisfy himself on this point by planting two beds as follows : One to be two feet deep, with soil and man are well mixed together, and the rows a foot apart ; and the other a richly ma nured soil one foot deep, with the rows two and a half feet apart In four years, the latter will fnrrnish altogether the lar gest stalks. Bat if the bed is both deep and tho plants far apart, the stalks will be larger than either. The nearest possible distance admissi ble is a foot in the row. In a trenched bed four" feet wide, only two rows should be allow two feet apart, and the plants alternatLigf (not opposite,) thus giving more space between th...

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. — 21 April 1859

: ;:- ;:','-; :, ;;;1V. ' .mzrz ..XC ' at: : .SiiM i I-::.'.- fix? mm Id. HILLEB, EDITOR IXD PUBLISHER. . THE CONSTITUTION AND 'THE UNION VOLUME , II.-UMBER'45. WHITE CEOUD, KANSAS, THURSDAY,-APRIL 21, 1859. ;::-iWH0LE;NCMBEK,-97S .. : t .4 - . fl In , H II WW :; ! .... r , - . -- . -. :r.i ir ;;.,v --! ,.-'. v. nrirn; XT GOOD OLD AXE. . if) mht timftlf ttan md iawrn, . '' wfurj fmr ami Wlay ir, -- !irc mwi m4 tkirj Www, . Ami Mi iwn' fc'n Iti uB rfltn Uw food old Ai. . Ttappodold AM7&rtirfcoHtV v.' laaf nn ( Car boMM toil, me st auoml lokor wrooffat, .... Kar Cnnd tkir kardy kudi to nil, (Wick tWirid honipoo eo tkit Weki,) Bj wiafM( tbot Ikoo food M A. ; j tim good old AioJ-thj odfO of otoel ' ' - Hatk itnwa tin lomt dsit tad dmr; WkM nmg ofoH j oekoiog !, Bm wiUtj ttw Um booxliiif rr! Aad ikrak ud eoopioo Wwod lik lu, r . luTii't 7 J -'" I ' "L1 1 " IWo food old A!-tk poliiked Mado , ; flat hud too piao aad fir-tm low Bilk km tka tall aad turlj mutt, Aad kaot il o'or tkroreaa ...

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. — 21 April 1859

2l)e Kansas &l)u f. 01. KILLER,' EDITOR. WHITE CLOTH), XAJT8 AS : Tnandaj, : : : .r J.April 21, 1859. Few Dmocsatic MornrEST. Tbe Kansas Democracy hav iasnsd a call for Territorial Convention, to come off in a abort time. The object of tbii is doubt lm to cook up omethjng to add strength to tin party to gull the people into their tjrport' A friend who lately made a trig down tbe river, haa given na tome Stem which happened to .catch np. Ha stopped at Atchison over night, while Court was in session. A number of law yers were in attendance ; and as be was sifting in the Hotel, reading a paper, he overheard J wo of them in conversation Hit curia, tr being aronsed by some words which he overheard, he wu indn eed to listen, and esoght the substance of their plans. Their topic was the re organization of the Democratic party, against the Repnb 1 leans. One of them appeared to be potted in regard to tbe politics of tbe sortftern Counties, and tbe other, who was evident! r not ao well po...

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. — 21 April 1859

TTof the Age. b7bl,g b'v7 tiJeniind. Thousands are tftstitj "'.fa theorr or discovery bilbrto B.nk?hu ge w that there is h0mSp k".Pe.k to -cart . U '"Albo.u.nd. ud te- of thoa h"lt, flockin? thither. It to npon careful n.Uon bTf, fit of Jon. there wiU be tJiid person, seeking for fM Mta?Ur estimate to s.j that l,Wfflwoa d field 880,000 per day. fj miner, on an average, be pitt.B of on. dollar. day. which; rXfpwtof the country, where pro-; ni the necessaries of life are o flred woold be eqaal to about in I"inoi8- Hence to jSn mtiing twenty-fire cent. day doing much , better than they jS ionldbeMgreataswe have eaU- aW' . .t... it.. ..!,, ..Ill rara Allowing - p firt doJ a day. and that there will be . io to the mines as we have esU I itUld require , yield of C400.. n,rr dT to aieet their gains. It u SJJ 7n.prob.ble that the Pike's Peak should produce so much gold. In T d0 not believe that half as tnneh ill be realizes ,rom ino ",,ura ,u rtrioa m well be spent in going there. 1? -.!.. ...

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. — 21 April 1859

y. ' The ouestUIiS of cTieao tread for the ; workingmau and whether there will be a good lopply of beef depend upon bow the i people plant corn. - - ! If pock net Full is scarce and high, ' . those who bare it to sell may think it it ; prosperous time for them, bur it will ! ! nor ao if tbe people generally have , planted corn. , It is not a trne argument that if ill did ao tbe price w ould be "ro"n t. oosly low." No country ever was ruined b cheD bread. - ? We adjure yoo therefore, every man of' ' yon that owna one acre of soil, to plant j . corn- in the English acceptation of the;; .. word, anything that will make bread j bat more particularly we entreat you to I ' plant maize or Indian corn. We ask it j '. now because now is tbe time . to prepare ! -Vfor it We ask it for tbe good of the! ocntry for tbe benefit of tbo farmer. ; Is there a roan living who took our ad jtice and increased his crop last Spring, nd wlS) has since bad a moment ' of re; 1 gret that be did so ? . If bo ha...

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. — 28 April 1859

: ft gOL. KILLER, EDITOR iXD PUBLISHER. J. THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. i TERMS $2.00 FEB AMIM, IJ ADTAXCI. VOLUME II. NUMBER 46.J WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1859. j WHOLE NUMBER, 98. i t IKE JttOCKISO BIRD. lid of wiU " w,,,',, I bear thy rick aad earied voice, ttfliif tb tmawood depths among. TiB kill aad vale be rejoice! fpllheeiid, entranced ia anton' ehum, , t tkat iospirinr strain! (kind the forest's tanrted naze, H tbeetend chorister to ere, VW onerled TOeM raise. Is dial delicioe mlesmlsy; I starch ia eei each I" betweea Tie cheral band i still him! fit kat the sialic of a dream ja airy soaad that mock th ear (at hark, afaia! the earle" scream, U , aad fell distinct and clear A, liav ia yonder kawthora bath. TVs red-bird, robia, and Um Ihnik! laat ia amaze, I look araad. Ha, thresh, lot eatle there behold gat alii tkat rich aerial soaad, Like some forjottea eoood of old. Tkat tV the heart hu held control, Falb tweetly oa the revitbed aool! Ami ret, the woods...

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. — 28 April 1859

l)e Kan0Ci5l)uf. tOI MILLER, ..... EDITOR. WHITE CLOUD, XAISAS: Tktrsdaj, : : : : : April 28, 1859. Do't Jisgu!. The Herald of Free dom has recently professed to be at Iom to know where we stand ; now it will pardon us for making inquiry as to what it is aiming at. It every week grows more vehement in its opposition to a Republican orgazination in Kansas ; and yet, in its last issue, it expresses its preference for Salmon P.- Chase for the next Presidency, abort .-all rother men. Chase, everybody knows, is one of the pillars of the Republican party yea, of the Abolition portion of it. 1 Chase oc eupie undisputed ground no party meets his approbation, that does not go the en tire length of Republican doctrines. IfJ Republicanism is good, it is surely so in Kansas, as well as in the States. What consistency, then, is there in the Herald's adrocating the election to the Presidency of a Republican of the strictest sect, and at the same time so bitterly denouncing that party in Kansas ? ...

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. — 28 April 1859

V (Eljingamujigs. 7fjiUijttm Brooklyn, who has been spen Jinss time in AikeD, S. C, for the bene !,frher daughter, who wm in HI health, has " gaceremonionslr expelled from that place vZiBse the wrote letter home to her brother, some account of the mode of life In .moiir Sonthern people. The letter was nt to the lad.r'i brother in Oswego, and he imprudently, as it baa resulted, caused it to be printed ia lUjejnnra CTThe London Times has an editorial on the coituption brought to light in the natal de partment of the United Sutra, by the Contra ciooal Investigation Committee, and pointing a Bond from the exposure, in opposition to the introduction of Democratic Institutions. It w-liims that Gorerument'a electioneering mlilicsare infinitely more scandalous in the ' , . 1 I .1 .1 jjad of democracy anu uiu uiuiui, uu r.ug bud. - rr Hon. Jere. Clemens, of Memphis, lately Bide a speech to the Opposition In Tennessee, a which the Democracy are Uayea alive. He took np the Cincinnati platform ...

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. — 28 April 1859

--- - - -- - "" " ! ; 1 ; 1 1, ii t ; l 5 4 . if Jor farmer. Curing Wound on Tree. The following is Forsyth's cotnpoVi-! tion for healing tvonmls on trees, and for j renovating trees that are decay 1. .V; know that it is a sort of allying ointment" for frail trees. .ouo be much oftencr nrPlfeJ than it is: iake one bushel of fresh cow duns. n loshel of lime rabish of Il buildings, (That from the ceiliog of rooms is pref erable.) half bushel of wood ashes, and a sixteenth of a bushel of pit or river sand ; the three last articles to be sifted fine before they are mixed ; then work them well together with a spade, and at-1 terwards with a wooden beater, until the stuff is very smooth, like a fine plaster used for the ceiling of rooms. Care must be taken to prepare the tree prop erly for application of the composition, by cutting away all the dead,, decayed, and injured parts, till yon come to the fresh, sound wood, leaving the surface of the wood very smooth, and rounding off the eJges...

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. — 5 May 1859

': hi up. . jo: v'S'M' " -r.-slJ .'.'V Cf;!j -.ju-ij :.. . .'. r.i. ! ...., ...; j ..j . -, 1 :., : A ..'if ' ' I ftlii : fff-7 nt i1r7 I i . Ill IM V ' t t v ; t-..J i fOJ. M if . MUW If i. ' J ' i:I ai.Va I ' ."Tni -T L I ' X SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AD PUBLISHER. VOLUME II. NUMBER 47, (itc ktri). THE AMERICAN FLAG. IF DR. JOSEPH RODMAN DRAKB7' Freedom, ft" her nioswaia height, I'afnrled ber standard to the ai r, . gbe tore the axore robe of night. And set the stars of glory there; . She mingled with IU gorge, dye ' ' ' " Tin milky taUrie ftU Uet, AW np Hi pw.ekiil lule Whk ftrtrnkiap of U Mia( Kjli; , Tkn, ftn i l Ilia MaoHea kn bnRTilev, . And t" i""' u 'S,".r Tka jibalaf krrcboMa laad! Mijeaie march eflha eloaa! VVh ir' aloft Ibj rjal farm, ... Ta knr ih taapatl lreaipia( loiul, Asa aaa Iba liphtninj lr driven, tWn rtride tlia arsirioo of the ttorni, At talU tlia oWmW-drara of llraren! Child f !! loth'BipT, : ..; ' To fri tli baaiHT of tha ftre ; T hour io lha talpturr tmoke; To rH ...

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. — 5 May 1859

Slje Kansas l)icf. SOL. MILLER, EDITOR. WHITE CLOUD, KAHSAS: Tkirstay, : : : : : May 5, 1859. Hosic for thb Docbtebs. On Tues day afternoon of last week, tbe steamer Isabella landed at this place a large num ber of wagons, tbe first instalment of Russell, Majors it Waddell'a freighting machinery : and in a few days, large ad ditional quantities will arrive. Their Agent, or Manager, has been here for more than a week, preparing the way for them. If there are any who still donbt. there is not much hone (or them. Those who are hurt at the sight of these things, may attempt to create tho impression that this b only a mancenvre, for which the contractors are well paid, in order to get up a speculating excitement ; bnt it would be hard to make a sensible man believe that Russell b Co. have got down 60 low as to send an agent here, and land a large number of their wagons at this place, at a great expense, merely for the sake of a few dollars ; or that the Qoverment would engage in such a 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. — 5 May 1859

i . v& to Wiito uoua. uo - - 1 ,t;i Cloud. Kei": uWwJSctora. 16th April 1850.. T arrived here soon after noon, to-day, v Kwed over the line of tho pro from Falls Chj to this JT All the labor and expense requir p. the entire length of this road is OR & W- T,r Sone rod of swamp land or other tSiment the whole way. The d.s . .iia certainly not over fifteen miles, Sm7 White Cload-W-. ..averse- with number, opon the "?;ectwith me, are confi.lent that all j remains to bo done, to secure the rtbsrn and western travel, is to bridge ".' yemaha, and which they are willing 'ist in doing. This road shortens l. disunce from this place and points Llnw to Fort Kearney some 30 miles, trhichin connection u- mo mm iu .K. rot- in every particular, is as good or than the one now travelled, would, I think, in another season secure the en tirt travel of the Majors 3c Russell trains. Ooe'of the agents will be here in a fow Jays to complete arrangements for stor and the trains will start botween th...

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. — 5 May 1859

Jknncr. j Seed Potatoes. As the period U fat i approaching when the farmer will be put tinsr in his crop of early potatoes, we would aJvie him to plant none bnt the j bi, best. ' We are aware that .iifierent views' . re held ly many. Lot for ourtelf we firm-i If believe that many failures in this crorr wis from planting tmslk or refute pola- j toes. Oor own observation and expert- ence justify us in say ing, that in an equal- j " ity of soil, man are and cnltnre, the pro-1 duct of large potatoes will always greatly i exceed that of small imperfect ones,! though of the same variety. We recol- i ' lect npon one occasion to have bought a j lot of thirty Inshels of refuse potatoes, ; because of their cheapness, for planting, -which we treated with every possible care, t eo far u manure, preparation of the foil, and after cultnre were concerned. The! product of this lot were like their par-1 cots, perfect dwarfs, small alike in vines; " " and tubers, and appearing from the he-1 f ThoCoht...

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. — 12 May 1859

s - t 9 ft . III . WJKP SBL. MILLER, EDITOR AXD PUBLISHER. VOLUME II. NUMBER 48. j THE BOAT HOES'. BT CiEX. WM. O. BliTLEH. 0, koti! " 1,111 nonl e'! awr i"1 Kittling ir lata iu Umbeat boaom bear to wild, w toft, eo twee strain! Wbai tbaaeh thy ar sad and f7-. ; V, evfr simple boatman blown 1 Yet is each pulse to nature trat, AJ melody ia eeery toae. II.. oft, ia boyhood's joyons day, taariadfol of tbe lapsing bonm, l, Initrred n my homeward way, f t wild Ohio's bank of flowers, Wliil "" bjne boatman from th deck rarrred bn soft amber i to tl.it tide, At if to ebarm from norm ani wreck The boat where all bis fbrtonet ridel peliriited -Nature drank tbe nnul, Iliauled Efho bra il r.nnd In srliiinen soft and softer Hill, rMn hill to plain and plain to hill, Till 1! thon-lilless frolic boy, rte ait hope, and mild with joy, Hon rambelled by Uie ri rer's aid. And .ported "iib lb' fietting tide. Feed soroi-tliin- ar perrade hii brerist, riisnje Mi lijl't lrP repress his jet lleaos 0r the B...

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. — 12 May 1859

A $lje Kansas )tt OL. MILLER, EDITOR. WHITE CLOUD, XAISAS: Tkirsiay, ; : : : : May tt . Hososasle Bdsisess. If we should occasionally fail to come up to tim, in getting oat oar paper, the reader mast lay it to tie fact that oar apprentice has been tlole from os, by means of lying and deception. After we bad passed throngb all Jba JroaUe and pains of teacbing bim, Mi when be bad jost began to be really useful, be has been enticed away, that others may bare the benefit of bid, at our expense. This ban been accomplish ed throngb the united efforts, or by the ad rice and consent, of two Methodists and three Presbyterians, among whom are one preacher, two school teachers and a half, and ox poet!!! We consider oorself able to hold oar own among ordi nary people ; bat when so much wisdom and righteousness were arrayed against a poor sinner like oarself, is it any wonder that we were outgeneraled ? Well, thej hare got our Deril now, let them look oat for the time when the. Devil shall get 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. — 12 May 1859

. .,.. .;.t in a mitigated form. slavery " """" "7 " j, ..ean boy himseir, or an "unuir.ueu Ujrflelf.' demMd! Tl . tender of the money. If he acquire "2il independence, he become. entitled psrtionatesbsreof hif time and earn " Umuta maltreat him, he i.allowed Utlin nnlber of dy in etch year to find a chaser. He en lure hi. children le 3 wd free by paying twonty-five dol fVta court, t the birth of each. Negroc n bar right which white men are bound to ! rr Mr Letcher, now running a the Demo iC Governor of Virginia, was a decided anti 'urery mm, it is well known, but a few year In 1850, he dodged a vote on the Fugitive r U. "d to lately as last year, declared ' jr i,e had been present at the time, he not hare voted for that act. Those por tions of Letcher's "record" now most sealously eJ tgaiost him would be greatly to hi credit, Vere it not for his recent recantations, for the pie f office. UTbeObio Statesman say that a Pike' Poker from Columbus ".returned home last vk, with nothing i...

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. — 12 May 1859

gox' Janncr. To Prepare Seed Corn. Tb time i not far off when fanners Will bave to think of planting corn, and also to think of heading wire-worms, crows, Ac. Last year I prepared my seed corn in the following manner : Heat water enough to cover what corn yon wish to plant in one day, boiling hot ; add your tar at the rate of a pint or so to bushel, pour yoarcorn into the mixture while hot, stir it to get it all mixed ; let it remain until cold, then drain the water from the corn and roll in plaster ; if plas ter is not at hand, use ashes. I prefer irfaster for handling ; bnt ashes will not art the corn, even in the bill, or on it. By using the water hot, every kernel will become coated with tar. I do not pretend to My that this is an effectual remedy for the wire-worm, bnt it is help. Last year I planted three acres before the hea vy rains in May ; it nearly all routed in the ground. On planting it over, I found in almost every hill wire-worms, from one to six in number. I dropped ...

Publication Title: White Cloud Kansas Chief
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