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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 28 July 1859

si 1 Mi-" SOL. MILLER, EDITOR 1XD Fl'BLISIIER. . THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. i TERMS $2.03 PER AXXUM, I ADTAXCE. VOLUME HI. NUMBER 7.j WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JULY 28, 1859. j WHOLE NUMBER, 111. HL Iff H III li III 1M jjj OLD CLOCK OJT THE STAIBS. BY LOSGFELLOVV. . BMtwbat back fna Uw vilUfC ttret 8uU U old-fahioed coantr Mt. Aefott iti tiqoe portico. Tall poplar tree, tbcir abadowi throw; A ad from its tUtioa ia tk ball, Aa ajaviat timepiece to all Forever eer! Krxr forer! Bzlf-my p the rtair it itaarft. And poiai and beckooi with iu hands, Froa itieate of mt--i oak. Like a monk who mm tier bis cloak CrMtes bimelf, aad ijht, alas! With torrowful voice, to all who past "Forever never! Ke rer fore vor ! By dif its voice is low and light; Bat ia the silent de. of ni-Iit, Oirfiact as a painf footstep's fall It echoes aloaj the viicnnt hall, Alonf the eeilin, aloa the floor. And cents to say, at each chamber door 44 Fore rer oever! Never forever l" , la that naasioa ased to 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. — 28 July 1859

iElje Kansas l)Uf. SOL. MILLER, ----- EDITOR. ' WHITE CLOUD, KAKSAS: Thursday, : : : : : July 28, 1839. Fbiekds ow Fbee White Men. The Slave Democracy bare told the people, so often and so eloquently, about their great regard for white men. and declaim ed so loodljr against negro equality, that one would snppose they would work with might and main for the interests of white men only. Tarticulajly were they noisy about the rights of white men, during the canvass for Delegates to the Constitu tional Convention. Now, what have thy done ? In the Elective Franchise Article of the Constitution, the Republicans placed the word uhtis, thus conferring the right of suffrage upon white men alone, and giving the lie to the charge of negro equality. This completely knocked the pins from under the Slavers it robbed them of a vast amount of capital and gammon. Now, after the while article was adopted, what did they do ? They endeavored to have it reconsidered, in order to confer the right of suffr...

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 July 1859

b--..M,iM.K. M Dlre-PropoMtio Hade An'" T jfapoleon. Great Eq'oicin?"1 Europe. New York. Jul 21. a fnV ho arrived with Ea; dTtes to the W taroiV ... .h.n nrevions inst.. three .dvices. An . l wn aerecJ udoo between T-T.nntil the 15th Of '-",. The etiect oi un uu - Sf 5i hopes were e.terta.ned of iTon the 9th. Napoleon telegraphed & srmistice .greed npon on the 8th 2a-j - Vi.IU T,r;ns:Lb Hrjs rlliint. It en.ls on the 15th. and slip- i..-ii,t commercial ressels ithout Snrtionofflag. shall be allowed to Lrbrate the Adriatic unmolested. . .-r,retiin.lin? the armistice. Ibm that negotiations may be re Imesced. bat it does not see how the w h terminated. Prior to the Lirttion of the armistice, the Sardin Lnsd proceeded vigorously in the siege j fdschiera. Hal Uns ana oiner move t. hire now lost their interest. V"" r- , ,1,. ttL A lathe reaerai uki, vu mo ivu, u- ,1 a mnhilizn til ft whole Fed- ll propoaw w rtl contingent and requested the Prince gignt of Prussia to assume the com: sMd...

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 July 1859

Jfor it farmer. Gates. Every field on tlie fann sliouil be entered by good self-sbnf.ing nd 1f.fnatnin(T irate. Farmers, who "re too v...... :.. .n t. mat.- them, or cell th,m made, should see to it now. How , will Ion does it renuire to take down and pit p.. etc. bar? At!t2min.tw1,i,h if repeated three times a any ior jrr, amount to thirty hours, or three day of working time which would yeaily t.ay for a good gate. Or, examine it in an other point of view three times a day is izhten hundred times a year ; now, is there any man between Halifax and Call-j fornia, who would take do n and replace . r?iimZl ! llardlv vt this is the price yearly taid ' "iv w . ty those who use bars that are constantly passed, and the gte is not obtained by it. Again how much better is a well-bun gate, than one half-hung? or one with a good self fastening latch, than one with a nin crowded into an anzer hole ? Try I It htr li-TTinT ft Knllw.hnn'? crto over the ground, eighteen hundred times with , a pin. ...

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. — 4 August 1859

Itati 5 1 I 7 111! I oil i v. ;;i WW- SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AD PUBLISHER. THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. TERMS $2.00 PER mc.1I, Iff ADTAKE. VOLUME III. NUMBER 8. J WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 4, 1859. WHOLE NUMBER, 112. ;52 OLD CLOCK IS THE HALL BY K. B. STODDARD. It standi i the comer of lb torn, n.dtbeeW, intWskaaaditeoea, la a keeey Mtia.no ease tick nskefaay, maple and oak. Battered aad srratehed, aad dim villi smoke Aee tl baadl an beat M Ik face! TV knob s kinrei are red wilk rut, Tar lap af the menldings ewrered with dost, Tke panels m fellow with stains; Aas ncrd web, like a uttered pell, Raat from IM side to the HM.br wall, Ami erer the window panes. The nenilalnm swings, the wkoeU go roaad, Wikm; a dall, ntonetoeons Mead, Ai ike rmaiihinf moments fleet A "Ikk," like Ike fallief of grains of sand. Al Tim wu noerinf fnoi owl kit hand. The deal of years at kis feet! Years kare s-aaitbed for jot tee years U'itk all tkeir sorrows, aad tin, aad lean, Aed left tkeir mark...

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. — 4 August 1859

Slje Kansas l)icf. SOL. MILLER, EDITOR. WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS : Tkirsday, : : : : August I, 1859. The Apportionment. The Constitutional Convention has doubtless adjonrned ere this, after hav ins, so far as we have seen or heard, fra med an instrument excellent in its general features ; but it is to be regretted that so good an instrument should bo marred by foul blotch, in the shape of an infamous apportionment, f We are surprised that the Republicans, alter all their proles- sions of fair dealing, and after their grie vous complaints of oppression and dis franchisement, should now, in the day of their power, resort to unfairness equal, if not greater, than any practiced by the Border Ruffians. The apportionment in the Lecompton Constitution was fair and honorable in comparison with this. To be sure, it does not directly disfranchise bo many Counties as the apportionment made by the last Pro-Slavery Legislature did, but it virtually amounts to the same thing. This apportionment, in al...

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. — 4 August 1859

-7-nwortli Time.) ConltltUUoni" w".v- on the cm ofWt-ZlM" ZlOipoillonloll Convention. July 24. 1859.- TheCommitteeon riimeolegy and Ar t snbmitteJ the article on Pre of EigUU. Itwasadop- .Th'nrovIJes "the ri-lit of . .7k. Jnrv shall be ioviolate, an.l exJ KSS W every condition," ft. .?! Orwell moed to re-consider the j,'n with a view of striking out all "T .i.- -rnrJ inviolate. Ilia reasons were that the words "of every ioo litioa" might be constructed to be in violation to the l ogiuw o.. The motion was voted down by a de- eiJcd mjority. The Democrats then undertook a series .r cilihnsterinz, proceeding with a view of conferring upon Congress power to e4b!isb the Donnusnua m to umj. jl,ey were promptly met, however, by tot Republicans, and put to rout. The African brigade, which had been UJ in reserve by the Democracy, was it brought torwaru wim grew caai. rrinnla and Wriclev ani Stinson, and the octogenarian McDowell, struck hands, .t went into the fight against the myth- jgj coho...

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. — 4 August 1859

Jfor tjjc Jfanncr. To Prevent Bast in Wheat. We indebted to Mr. R. G. Carraicliaoi, Commission Merchant of tliin city, for the following valuable information with reference to the preparation of seel wheat. The process has been fully tcstcl by far mer in England and Ireland, with entire success : Chicago Times. To Prevent Smctis WnE.vr. Dis solve half a pound of Sulphate of Cop per in three quarts of boiling water. After the mixture has cooled, sprinkle it over two busbek of wheat, stirring it throngh until the whole be wet. Put it in a heap, turning it occasionally for an hour, when it will be ready for sow ing. Bhonll wet weather or any other cause prevent it being sown immediately, spread it thinly on a dry floor, giving it an occa sional turning, and it will not suffer injury for weeks. The above was received from a very intelligent as well as extensive farmer and miller, who says, in regard to it : Where this has been carefully carried oat, it has been found cffoctnal in preven...

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. — 11 August 1859

K5 "sOL. MILLER, EDITOR iXD PUBLISHER. THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. i TERMS $2.00 PER AXXCM, IS ADYASCE. VOLUME III,- NUMBER 9. WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 11, 1859. WHOLE NUMBER, 113. CI ir ite f acing TEE CLOCK IN THE BAR. BY GEORGE JOHXSOX. Tk tick" tli lire Ion jr sUy, Went the old brmxs clock ia Um fcw Tici-tick" tiekinj away. It uoo4 "wid the fcrfiW tlwre. M' h cire," qtwHh the oIJ lime piece, Of dfltutb ! bar witMiied bfi. At I' pointed the bonn on my dial fact Tiekinj from year to year! fVre i that, once, jovial crowd, That et bera eery day, Pnk in? , caroottojf, aod fcinfin; Joed? Filth tb echo: "Where are tbeyt" 1 waned them tpainrt the poisonous draught, Bnt they beedad sot what I said They ai:rbed not mg time, at the cop tbey quaffed- Ther tlaniber now with the dead! Tiek tick here hare I ctood. Ticking trow yr to year; And tales of woe coo Id tell if J woM, Which had their origin here. Uibaad and brother, father and ton, I've warned of tbeir down; I 're tee...

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. — 11 August 1859

Stye Kansas l)icf. SOL. MILLER, EDITOR. WHITE CLOUD, KAUSAS: Thursday, Aigast 11, ISjO. Opposition to the Constitution. It is now pretty well settled that the Democrats, u a party, will oppose the tha Constitution. The in strument is an excellont one, the only ob ioctionable feature of any consequence be ing llie apportionment But that will not last long, as the first Legislature is required lo make a new one; and they will not have the power to Gerrymander, for the Constitution prescribes single Dis tricts, and roquircs that each County now organized shall have at least one Repre sentative. The Democrats in the Legislature, last Winter, were anxious for a Constitution al Convention ; tho Governor was keen for it ; and the party made a hard fight for Delegates. The first damper upon their ardor was their failure to obtain majority of the Delegates, as they had cs peeled to do. They then tried to bribe the Eepublican Delegates, but again fail ed. Their last resort was to attempt to 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. — 11 August 1859

.h Leavenworth Times.) Tfce Corruption Report. WriSDOTTE, Jul 25. 1839. The great feafre of this afternoon 8 was the report of the Corruption f'mitt" ItwLreaJ by Mr. Parks. SSlUtcnea to with marked "f MBIIiihbard tcstifi!. in substance, , , Hutchinson Ul offered him Uin Lnwrenceif he would vote to lo- t t'le Capital at Lawrence. win. Hutchinson testified that he had njochthinff ' I to him lr C. W. Babcock for irerc l I.T K- Williams did not testify to any ,,! of a CTiminatin-natnre. c t Stinson testified that he had fre- JtW lielJ ont the inducement that the tOf". . r. M rotes of tnS jjcibul-iuhu ukuikhvuiuu k obtained" t0 ,oca,c t,ie 9aP!tal ' .njr Joctlitr. the Representatives of which ooM Vnpport the annexation of Nebras That he (Stinson,) and liU col Ijiios regarJeJ the location of the Cap ita! as n insignificant matter compared tith the Nebraska annexation, and that to seenre votes for the latter, they wool J (irfuHy snpport any place for the Cap jul. The plain English of all t...

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. — 11 August 1859

1 "f j Ik ttrc Jfarmcr. Whitewashing. There are few things that effect a gicat 'or amount of possible goo.?, proWuiy, than whitewash. Applied on the ceiling and iusiJo walls of dwelling ami oul bouses, it tends to purify the atmosfTTicre by neutralizing or destroying those nox ious effluvia, tvliich are always more or loss cxteusivly engendered in confincJ situations, and which are oft no delete rious to animal health. Applied to the roofs and walls of barns sheds, and other buildings, it is a great promoter of dura bility, and add also not a little to the neatness and beauty of their appearance. It is cheap and any one who can "black limo," dissolve salt, and nsc a whitewash Lrusll not a very difficult task, certain ly can apply it successfully and in a way to endure for years, unimpaired. It is an excellent plan in mixing whitwash, to add as much salt as the water repaired to re drtce the lime to the requihile consistency, Vill dissolve. This renders it more dura ble, and adds not...

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. — 18 August 1859

n 1T -:! ' i ii i' ! v SOL. MILLER, EDITOR iXD PUBLISHER. J.. THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. i TERES $2.00 PER AXXU.1I, tt ADTASCE. VOLUME III. -NUMBER 10. WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 18, 1S59. WHOLE NUMBER, 114. I u aire Ikfm BEATrnruL stanzas. Tbfte ku IJ letned to o to I a pat Arn f pa. tbti ii theioff ituzu, The Jadjr to whom the writer (vbofetttiae wmt Morton) was attached, was married to otter Mortoa wu pmrai at me narrtme, and wai MTtr tea l aftervard. He died at Corfu ; and a portrait v foond ia hit port-felio nrtpped op ia tbete aw thee wedded! thoa diJrt go Withia the sacred aisle; t Thy young cheek io a blosliin (low, IMvreea a tear and smile; Thr heart was glad in maidea glee, Hat be it loved to fervently. Was faithless all tbo while I hate him Tor tlie vow he Sfioke, I hate bit Ii Uie row he broke! I bid the lore that cot Id aot die, Iti dnotitt, and hopes and fears And buried alt my misrrr In secrrcy and tear; And day pseil on, and than didst prore The pvtp ...

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 August 1859

SOL. MILLER, - - - - - EDITOR. WHITE CLOUD, KAJTSA8: Tkirsdaj, : : : : Afs & 859, Cbito EiroRK IIe was Ulet. The : Emporia News beard it rumored that tie Constitution! Convention had annexed and straightway it ret into a terrible way. and bowls dread fully about tbe treachery of the Republi- - cans nortb of tbe Kansas River; averring that Southern Kansas has been "betrayed. iiunltad. tramnled DDOn." that she "will not tamely submit to it," and all that kind of bosh. It may be some consola tion to tbe News, to learn that the Re publicans north of tbe Kansas River have yet a little principle left the smallest mile in Ibe world and that Southern Nebraska has not been annexed. We do think that certain politicians and presses in Southern Kansas run the businesss completely into the ground, of whining over their wrongs. If n ap portionment is made, we bear that South ern Kansas is betrayed, trampled upon, and disfranchised. When a delegate to Congress is to be chosen, we are again gre...

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 August 1859

Atcb- ill 1; 1: 4; "f .vi,.n State Convention J; Lnblicn Elector of Kansas .re K cLse delegate, to meet ,n cl in th. city of Topeka. gtlieConnuo October wtL l" i-i . W iinnnnrtftil 4fPJToffi of Governor. Lieutenant f' , Secretary of State, And.tor, 10V"Z' Attorney Generd. S.ijinten Tfpubli Instrnction. ... to elect ''f L to the National Republican nttoa an.l for the transaction of ft'ntion. The following.!.- be ,be bs of representation to said Uon TCphConty. 4 delegates; ; Ate . 5 Broivn.l;xemha l; Marsh rWashington Coonti. i ; iay. . rottawatomie. 1; Dickinson. r.in!. 1 : Shawnee. C'l'L 1 ; Jefferson. 3 ; Leavenworth. - nnr IS. I, tuii"t ffi 3; Linn. 3; Bonrbon. 3; Allen. !:LASon.2: Franklin. 2; Woodson, rvtdieoal: Cff' 3; OMge. 1: Bree .' 2- Morris, I; Chase and Butler, ... Arapahoe. 1- Ech delegate attending the Conven- . mnst brio" hi credentials with bim. lkW most onu. paupdav O. . at-v a. Chairman Central Committee. A. C. Wildeb, Secretary. New Yobk, Ang. 8. fl,e Hera! J has t...

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 August 1859

Jfor Jarmer. Preparing Land for Wheat. The very careless an! slovenl j manner in which lanJ is freqnently iircpareil for wbcat, ami in which the wheat is put in, is one principal reason why we hare o many bad crops of wheat, or why this crop is not as good as it ooght to he. In order to produce a good wheat crop, land ehonld be as well prepared as for any other crop. In fact, every farmer in the land should prepare his land well for every crop bo puts in, and, even if he have to cultivate less by it ; and he will generally find that he will make more with less la bor, if his snbseqncnt cultivation is what it ought to be, in crops where afier-cul- tivation U required. But this kind of cultivation not being required in wheat, " the success of the crop must mainly de pend on the manner in which it is put in. Ilence the importance of this. wheat we know, will generally come much better after tobacco than any other crop. The reason, by many, is thought to be that the tobacco enriches the...

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 August 1859

v. ' .- 1- - ! .. I ..! "TlttlLLEK, EDITOR iXD PFBLISHER.' .7 THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. TERMS $?.00 rER AXTM, H ADT1SCE. VOLUME" II1.-NU.MHEU : - ' ' : ,' WHITE CLOUD, : KAXSAS, :THUKSDAY, AUGUST 25, 1859. WHOLE NUMBER, 115. .,- .:, r. n,I A eJ: V- .,',: -if el . ,,IK. . ( , ,- ajV - . ., - , . '-. ' Joe fmrnA i' : " ' - ' . '. - - . - . " . 1 ' . C t .. : I ?mf Rl a'--. iJ u'ii 11 T',....-z. (fflt 1 HS MSI - wit 1 rJ'mUXy; -AVV v i J 1MB- I 1 I - - - - - , - v.ji i fi: - . . i i- ; . THE LOCK OP HAIR. V Jf4ir wliiht I H ! .r fknt iu kw tritk frtMatlun, , i m ulorMd u Uf!1 kmwl i . ., : , , Tittfcto!ie)iTi balk laA, : OfltUMifPMi"f rtrtt Amiliimfrttb Mdjoj brn, ' .' gul! f prin tkii Lck of Biif ! C I! ' - TW Iwk atlm imi Tf tl, Tim phifi 0 f ift. with faitk w irwt ' Ok! Mkl I im kn nl4 HAt vai, TkatwMM kW mj malHtoif), ' iribtmlihawnlilu . OfUiUoUckfyHir' : . (sttfli! prtJ aavtr aor - Oa Oil ia aartk to iMt af aia; Bat r okeriiM ji I wora, Tarootk awry peril, ararjpaia; lad ia...

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 August 1859

V if tlljc Kansas l)icf. OL. MILlJV- - - - EDITOR. WHITE" CLOUD, KASSAS: Tktrsiij, t.: : : Atjwt M, 1855. : Railkoads- Tb subject of Railroads it now beginning to gitt the mind of tbe people U iiU'portion of the Union In LMttnVqtOi, they have voted loan of 8106,4t!i?d.VrJ in the construction of a rod vir.tbe direction of Fort Riley. Tbey are hard afwork, cither in earnest or making believe, building a road from Elwood to Marysville. In Ft. Joesph, nothing talked, thongbt or dreamed of, bat Re'doad? The feTer in spreading in tbia upper country. The Platte country Railroad if tb:be poshed ahead, and there is great strife jbet ween'the friend of the river and inland route. - Certain capitalists in Ft. Joseph are utterlyopposed to t!.e river route, being fearful lest a road along the rirer might baud tip a town above bt Joseph, to compete with' her" for the trade J of tbe npp&coontrjv They seem to think that Railroads in the West are only to be built for the ' advantage of St. Josep...

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 August 1859

1 i,lnel to elect deneral .neering.thimu.p . i- - in? auui . " In the si me sneering way t!UcheWp f Io" Urt tickeVin tht State, derisively. ih KF'". . r:,v( because the eandi " frnuers. They are themselves Vteo old I office bolder., -ho have lived JX&r-i-SUte-nip7 them for sneer wiw - " - ... ... t rrTke King of Bararia'i alliance wun ixia 17 . ante a taste for actresses extern"' .. ..... - ... i:..mn. rieia marsoai inuw HSL of Bri ""J1 B,lrtle1 tb wid0 Qr" 01 ,t u-1,.. ;red the title . . . -HHllCUl wmw - " . F-nksnberg. end Duke Louis of wrist" bmti ' B10rS"n4t!e mrriS w' fjT,n .j rtl, vha lu been raised Btmeu .Mi 1 .u.nnbilitTMBtronWtldsee. Occasional " writei on the 24th nit, to rw pre "I pe"'" ' -r..c:.rfn enrrespoodents that Judge Zja is rP"111? ,tin more ,borata r Linton the subject of popular sovereignty P ! T wti the firat to make j tit Tanurc ; - . , i, wtemeat. I no repeat it J adge Douglss tloott completed paper on this question, rticb .ill toon be published." vr Kans...

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 August 1859

-ACER'S Ague Cure toa Tm .. vi SOS TBS (PltDT ctu , r VA Pact In Deep Plowing. ; flavin,; .been for long time au atti-n-live wader cf tlte Newspaper,; tpcdtMy tbe farmera department, an I having seen tnaoj articlo on lbs cultivation of corn, 1 have rondo JeJ to give you mj exjieii enca for the last two year. Previous to that, I had followed tlie oIJ plan of shal low plowing ami high hilling. Now, for the other way r Io the Spring of 1849, 1 took five acres of ground that lia-l wheat on it the year before, ami had for a uuta bet of years been rather hdiTl by Moving to wheat one year and plaote.I to corn the next, until the snrface aoil was worn so low that twelve luobels of wheat and forty ur fifty of coin was aa average crop. On the five acres I' pnt eighty-seven loads of barn yard manure, the greater part of it traw, only partially rotted, and . plowed it aa follows: Taking two team and two plows, I began by tnrning a fnrrowj seven inches deep.witii the first plow, then followed in...

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