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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 28 February 1861

m Aim tFh !!$3 ?( i rax i ! -h i r . IAS I k ?8hv m M r f If ji I v f- r L. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. .ti ' rV" THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. i TERMS t.H fER ANNUM, IN A1TAICE. i ffS . VOLUME IV.NUMBER 34, ( WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1861, WHOLE NUMBER,i90. fell -,-- - f, , ,"'" iSiialaHeBaaBBaeP 1 i- Mio d rvi !'! -T jt. I . ii , . , , .," tffl W $f!ttxi nf YEAR'S 1DDBE88 TO SOUTH CAROLINA. Ge4 caoralnf, Mlu Booth Carolina; Prey don't etay eat there U th eoldi Oir Camteiei bf m4 finar. Is th f lorlooi Wlntara of old. ChI. Bam, 1 bif tnpk board littler;, Look, aai that bit niece it not km; Bo pf7 V" J" aao'1""! narl frettin j We wiili yon a happy w Tear. feme, coma ilit.r Malno waaU to kits yea, And bind yoar Falmotto with Pina; Little Rbody ta aorry to nn yo; Coaaactlcot .end. yoo a Iia; Saw Tork will be lonely aod dreary. If Carry learei meant barroom, And kar rallayt, from Hodion to Xrie, Be ahmdad in tadnau and (loom. Oh! coma, for tha hnmer'a infection M...

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 February 1861

N. TIlaiwdFu SOL. MILIEU, EDITOR. . WHITE CLOUD, XAHSAS: Tnaraiay, : : Fekrury 28, 1861. lews Summary; 1 The Palmetto flag 'is not very popular. A'Charletton'-TesfTecently put into Havana, withftbe Sejasssion flngflying, but was speedily brought to a halt by the guns of,Moro.Cestlo, and there compelled to remain until she. hoisted the stars and stripes. It appears that the vessels of the "SouthenrUonfedefacy" still "make it. convenient toicarrya spared American flag on board, to provide against emer gencies. , - -, i Tbc'jNew York Legislature has voted ,an, arjproprjation.of. 850.000 Jbr . the re lief of Kansas., r , - It is. said that "Jefferson Davis iwill shortly stnd a-minister to Washington, to negotiate for the 'delivery of Forts Bnmter and Pickens. It will'be.ariother fool's errand. . -In Congress, on, the 16tb, Mr. Conway IpreseaUd-st memorial of'the Legislative Assembly of Kansas,' for indemnity to certain persons for losses daring the po litical troubles. Itoferrod. v Kell...

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 February 1861

hi 'letTTiHed aythe. legislature. An AetVoempfcertain lande from the .nroTiwoKrjof an-acHntitled An ,St fiiiclrporkta KgM-" 2 An Act to JivorcijWilham-West ami ittSSal an Vet entltiaVMn Aat tocreate'tho'orSco of -justice of the ""'pawe in thteityof Jnnction, aflS'to'pro bUJe or' tha election . of a justice of j the praeeJ- c:3o.ts z - " An- Art. to divorce Mary Hagbdand Henry 0. Hugh:. - : An Act additional to an act' entitled An Actto.regnlate tht takingap-ahd potting oflitrjj An -Act regulating the fees of officers, rjnror,-ana -witnesses, and for othor! pur poses. ., , AnrAct'diTorcing Joseph G. Lonng and Seraphina M. Loring. 3 An Act diverting John Van Delft and Lanra Van Delft. - - - '-- An Act divorcing Lacy Van Tiflin and Bchnler Van Tiflm. (, i , An cAct divereing.BlIen Jane Moore Lfrom htr hatband Jamas S. Moore. t An Act divorcing Gterge W. Lovelace nd'SarabLoYelace.f ( e -An.'Aet'to divorce Jaraes'P. Whitney .wdHarriet N. Whitney. t . An Act to incorporate the inhabitants...

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 February 1861

Sr-"-V ft 9 - - . ? . Taraiag Stock taGtni Earl jr. " Dear Sir; In tha last nnmbir of the .Farmer r noticed an article en turning stock to gran Vvtjj and'that you requested your, correspon- , dents' to jfiveihelr experience on that iulycel. Since then I bare talked with lorae of our roost experienced graders, and find this opinion to be 'general la this county (which annually ft tenijor market upwards of twenty ..thousand beeves,) the earlier cattle are turned to grass the better.'-When I'commenced grazing, Jour yean ago.'I found thia to, be the general prac tice, and,I followed it without making any ex periment mjialff bat I am informed by one of my neighbors Mr. Charles J. Stovin, who has 'grazed fer thirty years past, on an average, two hundred bead ef .cattle annually that he has seen the experiment tried:' Two lots of cattle. equal In, all respects, and which had been 'win Ured alike, were. selected Jn tn epring, and eke lot "tamed, to grass ten days earlier than the other. "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. — 7 March 1861

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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. — 7 March 1861

?ii&' Z-fT". r a, Xr-i r afc 5 If- ifiajiiok jjkf. awL.-JgllLJEK, ... editor: WfTE CLCFTOMAMS AS : . fig?? 8 -.!'' , v It is'teWthoagbt that" Arkaniu hu gonefoifsion.- sl'; ? Texat'.i'eim'ng-' forts and robbing iP' " : ' iuu.- .v -:- Secretary Toucy is receiving great con sure, Tor bis apparent complicity with i "tha1weaiaaiit. " A project is on ooj.Jo. cut a canal from Lake Michigan to the -Illinois riv- cr, navijjable'for" steamboats, in view ot ' a, V ,a, 4- the probable..closing.oDJIississippi river j navigation." , ..""; Thecigblmilliou loan-has. boen taken at remarkably favorable -figures.-' This irrathet a damper npon the managers of tne''Borithern Confederacy," who flat tered ihemselves'that tbey had bankrup ted aBde6troyed"ibfl,Tredit of the Got; aranusatV "' " " '' Z-'- : ' " ' At a Jate meeting of soldiers of the war of 18l2, at Indisnsp'olia.'riis'olations were adopted, by a large majority, against treason, and, in faror-of sustaining tba Union., the Presidents and 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. — 7 March 1861

. -m.- t fi-s El fe.au. ?5Sfc 5S Jleial election to bt held ea Taenia, tTfith -' wL'j , TteaaeiM i occur in th following .vRth District eompnaad ofVtK rtontWi'of Dongla. Jotawn fl Wy laiott,' ft" oae BxprmmUtm in plee of AfflM,Sonl.deceea. ; 10th District, composed of the) conn ti f Allen,' Anderson and -Franklin, ' oneBepreMntitfTt. to .fillthervacan (tecuioned bj th resignation of BVL. G.Stonfc , "- 11th Diitnct, composed of Wopdeon idUedisaa counties, for oaa Repraeen titire, in the place of George H. Lillie, Td from tbe.District. . 12th District, composed, of the coun ties of Ccffsj, Osage and Breckinridge, for om Senator, io place of J. W. Kerr, la Riley county, for a Clerk of the Dis trict Court for the county ef Riley, in plite ef T. D. Patterson, removed-from tb connty. ." ' TbeDistricta remain the same as at lit time of the' adoption of ttio'Constttn iiio, wilhont regard lo subsequent cbang din county 1 race, and the election is to te conducted in accordance with the pro ri...

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 March 1861

Tot-.criStoptliffTCatiii ;-. , Look, at their destructive work in the crib, in .the cellar, ya Jbe garret, and- every where. There is aj barrel of potatoes :witb s down of the top 'ones half taten7and unsavory moisture coming up from jb (rest, that it not suggp'tive i of cleMliew" -Theyjur 3uwmboweled the J aqaaaaef , making a clean aweep of erery tccd. Here!are"peek -of carrot' "chips, where'' the acoundrejs hare , held their nightly; revels. .jThere, the j; hare invaded the grain bin,ml icattcrtd the corn, oats, and wheat around pro miscuously. 'Nothing'is safe from their'depre dations." It if estimated that these .pests cost the nation.ttnmilliont of dollars ! i Thinkof that, reader. It only shows the -carelessness of thr producing claw, that such an enormout tax upon their icdustryls' submit teajor orgies sum, .we madewarupon Great Britain.) Shall we not nuke -war upon Hheee'enwaiet'-They usually make their 'at tack at the foundation of a building ; by render mg this impenrious ...

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. — 14 March 1861

rFrVlur sam na-a u nimiunilli 3SC '. r. " SJ?i VU -:. :" AUOgAEl g KaWftlJ iMimuti , J -J. -. . - I . . -- j . .,.-j .!, -' J .1 .' " s" " l"Vi - - t "J si I ' - Wi . 5 ' t f-vS.vl t im rfct. fcr .11. tl i m IfftSJ. I mix Ml 5 '."I d .31 e M : ;:rw Baite m M HL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER., - VOLUME IV. NUMBER 36, j kkt $0drj. THE STAB-8PA1CGLHD BASHES. BY FBANCit B. KEY. a! saj.cen J bT ,ne detrn'e "' ''f1"' Will to pronelj tre hailed at the livilfjht'i last (leant' iet: Vfsoee bread itnpti and brif at ttars, throsjh the ptrilont fiht, O'tr tht ramparts wa watthtd, wtrt aogiUuilj ilfiim injl And tlit rotltt't rtd flsre, tbe bombs bnrtlief ia air. GaTt proof, tkroerh tht nifhl, that our Big wai still than! Oh! say, doti that Star-Span jlJ Banner yet wan U'ti tht land oftha fret and the horn of tht brartt Oa tht short, dim! (ten through tht tniiU tf tht deep, Wbtrr tht foe't htorhty holt in drtad lilenct rrpoies. What it that which tht brttit, o'tr the towering atttp At it fitfully...

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 March 1861

3l)e Ecmsas fjuf. lOL. KILLER, EDITOR. WHITE CLOUD, EAH8A8: Tkirse'ay, : : : : Mtrch 11, 1881. HEWS 8UMXABY. The sentiments with regard to Lincoln' Inaugural art varied ami conflicting. Some regard it as indicating war; oth- trt, peace. We bad thought it was to plain that no one could possibly misun derstand it. The troops at Fort Brown, Texas, re foae to aarrendcr to the State, and a bat tle ia expected. The Virginia Convention ia proceeding very deliberately, and it ia hoped that wise counsels may prevail. The Missouri Convention gave Com miiiioner Glenn, of Georgia, a reception by no meant flattering. He and Gov. Jackson are exceedingly wroth thereat, and epend their time haranguing crowd of aecetiion loafers at the hstela and street corners. The Convention will probably adjourn thit veek, without seceding. The Arkansas Convention has elected Union officers. North Carolina has elected more than m two-thirds Union men to her Convention; bnt at the same time voted against hold ing ...

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 March 1861

I ikich w H. thi me peop'8 hsve ielrgn &'" PnM'c servants but littl power to do mischief; nd have, with (qol wisdom, provided for tha re Jorn of that little to their own hand, at TTJbr ; interval. Wnue me pcopio rwa m and vigilance, no Aaminiairauon. uvany tjlreme of wickedness or folly, can very Mf;ouslj injure the Government in the fbort space oi war year.. Hy countrymen, one and all, think jilmly nd icr upon thit whole subject. Kothing mlnable can be lost by taking lime. If there be an object to hnrry any of yon, in hot haste, to a step which yon ffill never take deliberately, that object will be frustrated by taking-time; bnt no good object can be frustrated by it. Such of yon as are now dissatisfied still live the old Constitution unimpaired, ml. on the sensitive point, the Ihws of your own framing under it; while the ner Adminiitrat:on will have no imme diate power, if it would, to change either. If it were admitted that you who are diisatisfied hold the right side in the ...

Publication Title: White Cloud Kansas Chief
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 14 March 1861

v r - $ax farmer.. VoolG rowing in Kansa. The fallowing article is from the pen of Ex Got. Medary: 1st. The pounlry isuuircrsal!y rolling and, well drained. We bare nothing like munun j or swamps in tbe original bounds of the tctrito rj. A: firit light, looking from one high point, frequently many inilcf to another, it would strike you at a mountainous country, jet on discovery you find that the highest-points ate , on a level with the upland prairie, and th lope se long and gentle that rery often you scarcely notice the ascent. The wide valleys lying between being themselves dry and more or lee rolling. 2d. Tbe climate, a in all high rolling prairie countries of great extent, is peculiar for it clear iky, gentle breezes, and dry atmosphere and highly charged with electricity. Our summers commence early and our winters late. And though our winters may be said to last three months, yet during that time we bare many, rery many, mild clear days, much more-like spring than winter. I har...

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 March 1861

-..f e-.. ,.r-T aM bi K.MW MM V J.T- 83WT0.'C W25ajS :ji qo?a-.aiiIJ co9,a fc &eX ccT caved o d "v-mk : ' If'SCi ". a.TS-i -2 J - .'v.rTi- m Hi ifi rvs f-wt a t. . I , sBawaaaaaaaT liianr BI - .J.rt ,jo ,. . IS m JTXEW " ' " r2C T n f i$5- )- 5. ' i ZU TSfll " .( II r -i ! "18 " 3 iwu I u ..- l I m -S? HM 111 -z !r-M ' ?t" j :- . r -J X1'-"'3 " ;J r " ' -y .MtSfaaaMBpKipj 3 i J i 3 v r a. a. -a vbb. fl .9 , ... ' - - - ittMi I I II I I I I; i -i!Kr I I II: I I II i liv "' r,'rr W y y 5r vf a9r ,- ., ( . . , u ML. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. ) VOLUME IV. NDMBBR 37,j mt f 0rfrj. OUB BANHEB. " Lont ma it wit, 0'f t) Id that u Wont of a TfuhiDftos'i jrmtf.' Wti! wtr aloft, tkon basint Lat anrj raotrj fold ,. Tltkl a oar wild, nacoaqier'd litli, AiiBtklarifM. Hinjont, aad (ira iin to Daath A (lorr aad a clans, TVaara HtaTas'i para dew maj fratata tfaaa, Aad HaiTtn's para raathin wain. Wara! in aloft! I h.tr tl ilk Low nttliBf an tfa braaza, Whiab wbliilai thronjh taa loftjr fir, Aa...

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 March 1861

te &)t Kansas (Eljitf. OX.. KILLER, - - - - - EDITOR. WHITE CLOUD, KAHSA8: Tkiriiay, : : : : March 21, 1861. NEWB SUMKABT. Judge uambbell. ol tba soprem Court, ii reported to hare resigned. On the 8th, a resolution waa offered in the Senate bj Mr. Foster, of Connecticut, for the expulsion of Wigfall, which cans ed an exciting debate. Col. W. W. Seaton, of Ibe National Intelligencer, has been appointed Post master of Waahington. Wm. H. Russell has been acquitted. A Captain Jackson, of 'Kentucky, alapped Wigfall's month, at Wasbing tos, for abuiing Senator Ciittenden. Texaa doea not appear anxious to en tor the "Southern Confederacy," but wanta to form an ?ndepndent Republic f her own. Ben. McCulIough and bit Rangers are about making a descant up on the Northern provinces of Mexico, with the design of annexing them to Texa.' "" The traitors are still trying to force Virginia out of the Union. Secessionism is about at its last gasp in Missouri. Dewitt 0. Littlejohn, a Seward wor sh...

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 March 1861

Atrr- - -" Il)tngamcigs. 77ZZTfti Utah mu that Bri rSk conlrct t0 bnUd BJte Jpbihwh that country. . -r" mTh boos In .which Thomss Jefferson - tShadwall depot. In the.County of e, Virginia, was burned on Thursday "'rrTbe N. T. Tim, He Ne,r Senator, ,,. Herri..!, understood to bt OPPO1? 4, ppecifie measures of compromise which , been urged upon the North. - IP A Nsw S?AT-One writer from T--T anticipating the christening of new b.tnCeiifederscy,propes.sto call it th. SIte of Starvation!" rr A WU has been introduced into the Leg ator, of Illinois, which provides that all the od personal property of a woman on mer its, ihall remain her own. ST Major Anderaon it eoneidered one of .the be,t artillerists in the army. He ia the anthor f the standard book on that arm of the service -no t Wett Point, and in the army. rj-Twelve thousand guns of the raedel of 1B3J, are yet remaining in the United 8Utea Arsenal in Springfield, Maaa. Workmen are eilieg and packing them in boxes for transport ation...

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 March 1861

ACfc4au3M Jiw? ie Jfariner., . J - The How TO MASS A Carden. IIoT-Bip.- -There ii no reason why every farmer should not hare hot bed. He might make lha frame himself, and the sash- costs but little. He has plenty of Bianurehandy, audit is not lost, as it it about as good' after it has been used as when first put . . ." : ..... .. . . In tne Bed. A little daily car ii necessary in lb management of the,bcd, bnt it need not oc cupy much time. Then the adtantages ere verygreat, and " numerous to mention." Hone t table manure la the bett material for making the hot bed. It is best to throw it up Into a loose heap, and let It begin to beat a lit tle before patting into the bed. In making the bed, the manure aheuld be all shaken out fine, as It is put in. 'Beat down each layer of ma nure as it is put in, with the back of the fork, pressing the outer parts of the bed the most. Some persons tread do vn the manure in the bed; but in a small bed for a single frame this should not be done. 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. — 28 March 1861

-3S0 Trf tflouws9S s-dj vjc .itlTfTICIir J IMIM V r ' 10- .' ' :f ''3 BKel - I ill . - M "t'jlj '. ,t ,.., ,. m-k I J'f .JOf m t t - lit. m HI-1- O I. mm &rf I "" A fi Hi i a ft pifwrtfignfiS a M ' I I a4nV -aV.aV 1 f aa Be aevCeaY aeLa rveee It l .P: I iW ' iB arvl I " ft I I I " I Ms I "' ft ' I' I I ' I II II iftjF I I I I' I I SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND f CBLISHER. "VOLUME IV.NUMBER 38, j tyHtt cporfrg. SILENCE 18 CRIME. BY JOHN G. WUITTIEB. .Vow. bj or fithrra'kihei! wher' tli ipint Of tkt trD-betrttd aad ankluekUd fo1 Soci of oM freemen, do we bst inherit Their ntmei alone? Ii the oM Pilgrim spirit quenched within mil Stoops the proud manhood of oor ion. to low, That Mtmmon'i rale or partj wile can win us To silence now? V when our land to ruin's brink is verging, to God name let ui speak while there is time! Vow, when the padlocks on oar lips are forging, Silence is crime! What! shall we hnmblr ak, as fit on. Rights all onr own? In madness shall we barter For treacherous pea...

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 March 1861

$lje Kansas ljuf. SOI.. MILLER, EDITOR. WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS: Thars.ay, : : : : March 28. 1861. Hew Summary. Washington is still overran with office-seekers- and they are not all from the North, either. Chase has received over thirtv bushels of applications. Some forty clerks aro constantly employed re- eaivincr annlications. The President and Cabinet are almost worried to death, and it was said that after last week, no , per non would be appointed to office who was at Washington seeking-it 7n person. Seekers are beginning to get 'short of foods, and are compelled, to leave for home. Attorney Goneral Bates has decided that, without a special law for that ob ject, the revenue cannot be collected ex cept by a resident officer at the place where tho custom house is situated. Secretary Seward has refused to accept the Southern Commissioners in an offi cial capacity, but saya he will listen to them as the representatives of a dissatis fied people. Douglas has been ill-grained, for a few d...

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 March 1861

EHcfc. . . .1-.:. acMtnre. on Cedar Creek, on Fri- IIOCU av - - , 65, j,. the 15th inst., of Scarlet FeverrRawn PattM jouu6. - jjjrtb, R. Killough, aged 9 years. t (For the Chief.). THE DYING BEQUEST OP RHODA TBEW R KILLOUGH. r 1 im djiI. Nlnait, djln! Lay or ltd pon joortmsjt; FoU mi eloatt in jour ira, Caatlr lay Aowa to CIomIj nt aad watch bcsid nw, Speak afcost tin things I kr; For ti uiat itiwiftlj puiiaf, A4 aooa l"U b abots). I am djioj. Hinai, djir'- Wipe th dcaih-dew from my brow. For I fl It stealisx o'r sat, And Hi hand It on now. I fsl the stifle and tbt chill Which o'er me Death it throwing; My breath U abort, and almost null I know that I am roinf. I am djiaj, djinf , dyinj! I am weary of my room; My bed feats hard, yet Hill I know Til softer than the tomb. I know my sleep will colder be, And loafer, than I now hare lain; But then, yon know, I will be dead, And then 111 feel no nam. I am dying- Xinnie, dying! Take my tertament, my will. And beilow my booki and playihie...

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 March 1861

r 4v m jfiir Jfmrmcr. Plant Soer Oat. At the planting season is now rapidly ap proaching, we wonld again urge upon our far mers not only the profit, but absolute ncccsily of the dovotiou of a reasonable share of their tillable ground to the cultivation of the Chinese Sugar Cane. Eren in Kansas during the tcrri hie drouth of the past year, in localities where it teemed impouible that vegetation of any kind could exiat, this plant hat matured And been converted into excellent syrup in Tery limited quantities, it is true, but yet sufficient to show that it Is one of the bardieit and most reliable of crops, and to demonstrate its great Talue to the country, if its cultivation is perse Tered in. Its productiveness and Talus has been sufficiently tested by individual farmers ell orer the West, and tho fact is patent to all who hare had any experience in tho business, that the farmers of the West can make just as good an article of syrup for 2j or 30 els. per gallon, as they can buy of the...

Publication Title: White Cloud Kansas Chief
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
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