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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 6 April 1876

State Historical Society Wfllt k r SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. VOLUME XIX.-NUMBER 42.1 ($Mtt Mty. THE NIGHT WIND. lie rimeth from tb m i tha jewelled wares With hut j fret glide from hia path before j And mfdat low murmurs from the coral cares. Ills shapeless fftrwcoU float oat to the shore. IJftine fcU winjn from out their folded grace, He fliee beneath the starlight and the dew. Over the znvon tains and the plains of space, 'Where lie the DiiUnee in her draperies bloe. "With lerel front, and coldness in his eye. lie sweeps across the hills where Xatare stands. And in mute Morning of her wild surprise, lie cants the blossoms from her clinging hands -From off her forehead, and her bosom bare, lie tears the Jewels in his reckless mirth And all the gems that shine amidat her hair, lie scatters rudely o'er the eager earth. Then turning from her, he comes ahontlng down Upon tin trees, who stand erect with pride Tears off the branches of the maple brown. And lays the prowd oak on ...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 6 April 1876

f f M i w, it1 v t I I J if if. Rt I! Si K a "A I I'M ? tl k sr re j St-'! J Me Items (Ulucf. SOL. DIUXER, Editor. TROY, KANSAS: Thursday, April 6, 187G. United States ItlnrsUal. Charles H. Miller, of Leavenworth, dtVy of Marshal Tough, has been appointed United States Marshal of Kansas, in place of Tough, who re signed in order to avoid being dism.ssed. Sillier is thoroughly acquainted with the duties of the office, and is said to be in every way qualified. The only objection we have heard urged against the appointment is, the circumstances under wMrr. It was made. Tough was appointed through the influence of Senator Ingalls, for the part which he took in the conspiracy by which InaUs was elected. It" is stroDgly intimated that there are defalcations or irregularities in the office, in which not only Tough is involved, bnt which would be unpleasant for Ingalls. Tough resigns, upon condition that his deputy shall be appointed. The latter, while probably having a knowledge of the irj...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 6 April 1876

;0at gftettotf. THE KANSAS CHIEF. SOU MlLXialgt. FablUher. Two Doluiu A Tkak. a Ai-raxcx. Payment should 1m Made stririK in advance. thrt the r.1. nf 3 Per v ear will be charted, at tie riiscrition r the Pnbli-her. The eitia dollar will In no an lie exacted, exrept when unreasonable delavls made in pavraeut, or unnecessary tronble is given. It ia always beat to have a clear under standing with the Publisher, when time ia desired. ArtTTr,T-tc.C Hate"! 1 1 DHL 1 3 no. .... 2J tt-00 .... ' 7.00 .. . 700 lCUX) Il0.00ili.00 ... 15.00 25.00 ... 25.00 (4O0O 6 mo lyear. OneSqnare TwoSnuaret Three Square Quarter of m Column Half aColnmn . One Column KM 10 00 17 00 25.00 40.00 75.00 110.00 17.00 25.00 40.00 75.00 150.00 For anr other length of time, in accordance with the above rate, which apply only to reeuUr advertlain;-. IluMneM card" of 5 llnea or less, 5 ijw. lorleealand transient advertisement, II per aquar for the first inaertion, and 50 cent per aquare for each subsequent Inaertion. h...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 6 April 1876

tv I in w iU ptct; PI.AKTI.'VC OBGnARDN, . Some one in a late number of the Gazelle aska for information in regard to planting an orchard of about forty apple trees. Wliat kind to plant, and liow far apart to plant them. 1 snppose I have a pretty good light to lc heard on this question, having had about forty years' experience in planting, grafting, ami cul tivating. Experience i. worth more than theory or books, because it is necessary to know aboul the soil and climate, as well as tbokiudsonrmi. A frnit that will suit onr soil and climate would probably not be best 200 miles north orJW nines sooth. For instance, the Kavtles Jaiucitli is the hest apple known in Kentucky, bnt in ilercer County, Ohio, it is not worth anything, bo the Korthern Spy crown here will. not keep as a .Winter apple, while m New l"'" au1 Michigan it is one of the best. . , ... , T Hence the best I can do is to say what kinds I would plant in an orchard of forty trees in this county, and I will name as near as...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 13 April 1876

State Historical Society .V.iawawBwaBnBwawaBwa$rV ,p ' " .ZzBswatiawdateX.aBaKM s. "" SB; " 7 - 7 . f SOL. MILLER, EDITOR JLNT) PUBLISHER. J. THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. TEUMS--S2.00 PER AXXUX, IN ADVANCE. Wtt X. LU i. VOLUME XIX.-NUMBER 43. mt Itortw. "STABAT 'KATvm.n The Ber. Gooree A.exipUer CrwiVe, D. D-, D. C. I, of Dublin,' his rtfently. made a4nm tlitlon of tho celebrated b jmn, tHabat Jfcrtt-r. We jy-ute. the, first vene of the rig. ful byntn, that such of omxm&txAJL may not remember tbe meauire may wo It. Altbo ttanzu re in tbe same xsetm, no that the EncUaJi tTJtfi&Xation mayiw Bane to the mmic of tbe Latin Hymn.) "-- - Tbe following is Ir. Crooke's translation of the JSforirtU Jfater.- x Sad thf mother kept her station 2ty the Cross in tribuUtlon, while ber Son bung there on high Throa&b ber cheerless souL bemoaninjc, Kent lf h crieC and inly groaning; i Merced the a word of agony. X bow a&. and aorrow4a4ent - . VTma that pri-rleM, blessed maiden. Moth...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 13 April 1876

i h H Ri t' UB "fr-l pr. r i S-. . -41, jj & Wkt Smishs SOL. 3HLLEK, EcUtor. TKOY, KANSAS: Thursday, .::::: April 16, 187C. More TribHlatlon. V The paper printed dov. n in the neighborhood of Jack Selorcr-a underground stable, and devoted to warring against vice and corruption, is uav inS a hard time of it. Hy a free dtoP f f " winning way it baa to make everybody despise it, it baa deprived itself of tb 0ny pnnting allotted to it. Now it claim that the loss was becanso of iU independence and honesty. It ad mit that, in ita support of Harpster for Com missioner, it lied on John Kirwin, and thinta it deacrved narrater-a anpport for that reason. It also says that it distributed large nnmbera of copies in Ilarpster'a District, before the election, advocation the ticket on which he was a candi date; bntit omits to state that the circulation of those copies was the only thing that endang ered Ilarpster'a election, and that they flattened out every candidate that waa engaged in distri...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 13 April 1876

i' 1 T ' K , i r L i B '- 1K it Jttat pattojs. THE KANSAS CHIEF. SOL. MILLEH, Fnbllaher. TormB: Two Dotxacs a Tut IX AM-isn Payment should be made strictly in sdvanee ; tbe rwlse, the rale of 13 per rear win be charged, at the discretion nt the Publisher. The extu dollar will iu on caae be exacted, except when unrrssonable delav Is made in payment, or unnecessary trouble ia given. It ia alwaya beat to hare a clear under standing witn tne j'uuiiauer, wnen lime is uesirca. A r-WTstHmt1-r.c njX.tOmt lino. 1 3 mo. OneSqnare ......... Two Squares .... . . Three Squares..- .. Quarter of a Column Half a Column ... One Column ... -. , SJO UiOO 4 00 I 7.W 7 00 ! 10.00 I in on. 13.00 liOO SS.00 1 23.00 10 00 For : any other length of time, in accordance with the b rates, which apply only to regular advertising. T--..t. .. t. f ; iit. at lean. t3 a vear. For legal and tranient advertisements, tt per square for tbe first Insertion, and SO centa per square fur each subsequent insertion. Sprcisl ...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 13 April 1876

gnt tht'imm.. Many persons are tictcrre.1 from Rettins I'a" for il.ew delicious btrries ? reading tin- elalw te articles of tlie editor of some -fl"-ta?' horticulttiral rflagazint. Said editor l.nj a ier berries of doubtful age oil tbe market, &". fresh Ms iljspcpiic organs,, ai.il be for lirmu tells Ms readers bow to raise snth jWM"01 frnitl.ydiKKinK up the pnmn.! I" ,2 with pade(.,piittinR in drain-tile.?'"! ' ""h till they arc convinced that ,"'3..wise ..j. luxury only for tbe rich roan or oier-wise garu ner. 1 vears' exptneuce in the stran Tanonu-ncedthat if I liar 'ill produce a Sod P of jiota After several berry business, w- e jota: ground urn i r-- - I)reparation aud toes, and ,f I e H be 1 j can re cnniya4ion I would nr t , . on a sood cror , of f"e bu8liel9 of M ?'" veffi ? tatoes, and where is tbe JJIS woman who wonbl not pvoa bushel of tbe 8&?? I1. of fiBe 5rriM-vJ,,V indrinc from the questions so often asked, I would think it better to be more explicit on some of...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 20 April 1876

fW ! State Historical Society m MM Al K- O hi n a P. i Y V ,r SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. VOLUME XIX.-NUMBER 44.1 (&lMt Mfog. A CHUBCH-TARD DKEA3L BT PROF. WILROX. Metbonfflit that In a barUl ground. One still, mi. Terns dijv Upon little djdaied mo end I in klombfrUj; While faintly through my dream I heard The hymning of that holy bird, "Who wttb more trutb.D- rapture sine. The higher op in beaten Hot. his nowearied winga ! In that, my mournful rererie, Soch bodc of hearesly birth. The i-ofce Mmed of a aonl aet free From this imprison In p earth j Higher and higher still it soared. A Eoly Anthem that adored Till vanished song and singer blest In the Woe depths of everlasting rest. Jast then, a child in sportlre glee Came gliding o'er the grave, Like a loae bird that on the aea Float dallying with the wares ; Uln the rernal flowers awhile She pnnr'd the be&ntj of her smile Then laid Ler bright cheek on tbe sod. And, overpowered with joy, slept in the eye of Ood. The fl...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 20 April 1876

i V n H W ?. 1 11 ft, i n i&e w& im. TBOY, KANSAS: Thursday, : : : : : April 20, 1876. Contemptible BhsIbcss. The latent tory .tarted to Inflaence the Presi aentU action, i. on Mr.BUine, to tbo effect tha he Accepted a Urge bribe for hi. official np v -:i,,a .nbsidv.or some other fa- toaadco.panV Thi. Would not be worthy of mnch attention, if it came from a Dem ocratic source, for it is expected that the Democ racy will make use of every appliance to Ram an advantage; but the conspiracy was concocted by a number of leading Republicans and "Inde pent" newspaper men, evidently in tho interest Tirl.tnw. but since its exposure, they are try ing to fasten it upon the friends of Morton. It has been becoming more evident daily that Blaine is the strongest candidate for the Repub lican nomination, and is constantly developing new strength, in spite of the nnceasing reitera tions of the Bristow organs that that gentleman is the only man who can win. Latterly, they bad affected the ha...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 20 April 1876

At M ' :-. if oval Ptfto. THE KANSAS CHIEF. SOL. MILLER, FabUnher. Termsi Two Dollies a Tm is ArrvaxcK. Payment should be made atiictly in advance ; otherwise, the rate of 13 per Tear irill be charged, at tlie discretion of the Pnbllaber. The extia dollar irill in no eaae be exacted, except when unrrssonauie ueiay is xoauo in payment, or nanecewj ironuie a given, ji is aiwaya neat to nave a Clear ubucc standing with the Publisher, when time ia desired. . HTTm-Mnc RlttO"! lmo. 3 mo. mo lyear. One&iuare 2J0 tiOO 17.00 I10.00 Two Squares 4.00 7.00 10.00 17.00 ThreeSnaarea 700 10X0 1700 SiOO QuarterofaColnmn "JO 1S.00 M.00 400 JlalfaColumn 5- - " JS-JO One Column 23.00 1 40.00 7SJJ0 150 00 For anv other length of time. In accordance with the ahoTo rates, which apply only to regular advertising. Easiness carda of 5 lines or less, (3 a year. l'or Irgsl and transient advertisement, ft per square for the lint insertion, and SO cent! per eqnare for each subsequent Insertion. Special Noti...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 20 April 1876

iil1 m. f . i n & N i li, Ikl 15 . a 13 got tU gmmtx. HOW TO BAIHE INDIA CORK. lfow let the good old crop adorn Tbe field onr fathers trod ( And let ua, for the yellow com. Send np oar think to God." BarUie. How to raise a big crop of Indian com is a qnestiou that is asked with no little solicitude, by largo nnmbers of good farmers, especially at this season of the year. Although a large crop cannot be grown on poor, impoverished, wet and balf-tilled ground, still by observing the follow ing suggestions, those farmers who have been accustomed to raise unsatisfactory cruris of this kind of grain in years past, may manage to ob tain a bountiful crop. In order to raise Indian corn cheaply, and at the same time make the soil produce to its fall capacity, the ground must be .properly prepared, at the right season, and all the labor connected with the cultivation of the crop, must be performed at the right time, and in a farmer-like manner. ritETAKATlON' OF THE SOIL. If the soil be na...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 27 April 1876

X' ;-L i5.- SOU. XILXER, EDITOR AND TUBLISHER. . THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. i TEKHS-S52.00 PER ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. - r & , . i VOLUME XIX.-NUMBER 45.1 Mtt ftotfftg. TH2 HIGHWAY-COW. T rVCUtt J. HALL, He hue of br bW im m 4ntky brow-n. Her body wu Imw, and ner neck fru slim. One born tamed ujf and the otber dawn. -A She wu keen f.TUlon ao4 Joac of limb, TVlth a Roman noae and a nbort stamp Uil And rib like the boope of a home-made palL Maayaiiurk'ddberbodybaw:- C5 3 She bad been a target tot all things known; On manr a sear the dusky hair Would grow no more where It once bad crown ; Many a paJnEonsto parting shot Had left npon her a lasting spoC Many nd many weU-aimed atane; Many a brick-bat of goodly aize. And many a endcel, sw.ftlj thrown. Had brought tbe tar to her bovine eyes ; Or had bonnded off from her bony back, With a noise like the sound of a rifle-crack. Many a day bad she punted in pound. For helping herself to ber neighbor's' corn; - Many a cowardly cur and bound...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 27 April 1876

v. V n 1 , .-. 1.3 w m ijti w Ike f&iisas (SUM. gOI HUXEB, Eclitor. TROY, KANSAS: Thnrsday, : : : : : April 27, 1876. The District Judgeship. The question of the Judgeship of this Jndicial District is beginning to bo actWely agitated. Each of the Counties in the District, we beliere, will present one or more candidates. In Doniphan County, thus far, we hear of but one. Albert Perry will be a can didate, and, as far as we can learn, is eminently satisfactory to the entire bar of the County. He is one of the oldest members of the bar of North ern Kansas, having been in practice in this Coun ty for almost twenty years; has the reputation of being one of the best read lawyers and judges of law In the State; and is of irreproachable private character. Be has never held an office in the State, and, we believe, has never been a can didate for office. In the race, he labors nnder the disadvantage of being an "out." He cannot conduct the 8nmmer terms of the Court as elec tioneering auxil...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 27 April 1876

ki W i t,s ra K fc;a! putte. THE KANSAS CHIEF. SOL. MILX-ER, J'ablUher. Vsrs: .T?oDc as Tuia Adtjjic Payment ehoold be made strictly Is ad ranee; otherwise, tbe rale of 13 per year will be charged, at tbe discretion oif tbe Publisher. The extu dollar will In bo oh be exacted, except when unreasonable .delay la made in payment, or unnecessary trouble is siren. It is always best to bare a dear under standing with the Publlaher, when time is desired, ,f -or-tj fiTtg tjtvbom lna. 3 mo. tmo lyear. OneS-iaare . ttso s.0O VM 11000 TwoSeoarea .'. . too 10.00 1700 TbreS&iuares TOO 1J00 17.00 S3.00 SoarterofaColntna 10 00 15.00 25.00 J0 0O life Column 100 SS.0O 4aO0 73.00 One Column ... SiOO 4000 73.00 130 00 Tor any otbex length ot time. In accordance with the abore rates, which apply only to regular advertising. Buiinesaxard of 5 tinea or leas, $3 a year. For legal and transient advertisements, tl per square for tbe first insertion, and SO cents per square for each anbaeooeat Insertion....

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 27 April 1876

f -.-. .-.-.vyirr-. nacas3iaq5Esa&- k i ? J ftl & i -J f 13 13 k - i ' ttl 1 fi i-l u !: F u , .4 : ft HtS Mt i 1 16 it ;'i M S i jfar tftc garnet. XciiE AttJ CPBE OP HOC CBOLEBA. Probably the direct looses of American farmers . .. i.n creater in hoes tlie past two or three tears than Yn any other kind of stock, or m any ?5ir,.r. A correspondent of the Cincinnati farm crop, Gazette du penerallyi Gazette d s'conrscs on tbo subject of lios diseases rmerally. and rives a remedy wh-ch ho has generally, and giv found effective Amonc some ot me causes -" ,...-............- . . -..lsasla tiriulrlAa ntiaal hA ineiiuuc- ....." - .... which fell during the Summer of ie75. These rains caused an extremely rapid growth of grass, making it "washy," innutntious, and defective in the qualities calculated to excite the secre tions, and producing biliary derangements aud congestion in an already overtaxed liver, that had suffered from an unparalleled long, cold winter, forcing the blood from ...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 4 May 1876

State Historical Society .OO I 14--931 t. SOL. HILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER, THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. i TERMS-S2.00 PER JLNNUM, IN ADVANCE. i VOLUME XIX.-NTJMBER 46.1 TROY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1876: (WHOLE NUMBER, 982. Ifeifo V (SUtoitf Itoctm UATJD ITTJIXER. i jobs o. wHrmia. , j(n d lluller. on Snmmer"a da y. Riled the meadow sweet with hiy. Beneath ber tarn bit gloved the wealth Of staple beauty tod ruetle health. Singing, ehe wrought, and her merry glee The no ck-brrd echoed from ertTj tree. But. ben she glanced to tbe far-off town, 'White from tunill alope looking down, Tbe sweet song died, and a vague unreal And sameleaa longing filled herbrtaat A with, that she hardly dared to awn. For something better than ehe had known. Tbe Jndge rode slowly down tbe lane. bmoowing nis norma a cnesiont x lie drew.hla bridle Is tbe ahade Of the apple-treea, to greet the maid. And aak a draught from the apring that flowed Through tbe toeadow, acrosa the road. Ehe atooped where tbe...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 4 May 1876

PfJPl r As. -I I H Its Nj Be Itoas Wei SOL. KDUUBB, Editor. TEOY, KANSAS: Thursday, Hay 4, 1876. itasiacss is Business. Newspapers are-gradnally bat sorely coming down to the business principle that tliey mnst have pay for their work, and that tbey, I.ke oth er trades and professions, will work for those who pay. This snbject bas received a good share of discussion by the KaDsas press recently, originating out of the lottery question. When persohs in a community wish 'to inaugurate a war against whiskey-sellers or lotteries, or any other objectionable thing, their first move is tj urge the local newspaper to "go for 'them,'' ;pitch into .tbem,';.anU'poaeUhcm:Jjrhe4Co n-gC-TEerreasoThhoreTalleTTSf-tue newspaper pitcuca .u, am, nas tue pnvi.ege o, fighting it out alone. He loses the patronage of the persons engaged in the business which he is fighting, and of all their partisans, while per haps he does not gain a single dollar from the other side. No one pays up bis arrerages a day so...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 4 May 1876

rf ttW prttr TTHE; KANSAS CHIEF. " SOK MIT.TreiVA?iiblUIier. t Teiiimi ... , Twn tvim-ius a Tear. r Anraxcx- Psvment bould be mde trictly In advance s otherwise, the rate of SJPr vesrjrlll be ehsrgedjt the discretion of tbe.Fublisber. TbeeVUa dollar wUTta no mg' euM except '"ben unreasonable. delay,! made In payment, 'or nnnery trouble U given. It I always beat to hare a clear under, tannine Ufa the Publisher, when time U desired. I' T i" " f &.-4.4- - Rates: ' - ' rr Imo. 1 year. One Square -.. TwoSanarv . fiS 4.00 7.00 10.00, 5.00 7.00 17.00 10.00 17X0 .10X19, I7.D0 22.00 Three Square. 10.00 S.:rs::: JUKUSS.004 40.00 15.00 40.00 75.00 ?i.UO liO.OO One Cohunn. 23.00 40.00 JrVai4fcerectk-r time, ia' acadaas.with tb ".bore ntrtwhlcb pt.Iy only to reenlar advertialng. Business cards of 5 lines or les. S3 a year. For legal snd tranlent advertisements, II per aqnare for tbe first insertion, and 50 cent per aqnare for each subsequent lnertion. Special Xc.tico w III be charged so per ...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 4 May 1876

!' 34 l: I HOffA SWEET POTATO BED IS SADB. Mr. S-Lu Allen, an experienced grower of et potatom in New Jersey, gires in tbe it arJ''?Z Farmer the following directions for making lDO bed for raising tbe plants: , r "The -potatoes usually selected for el. " ' short, compact shape, rather below men in size, and in this latitude are 'P,r0"l1 Lt in beds, and the sprouts, when ' ttJfo for theleld. A mild hot-bed JLJ BtonW then, about the 10th oi : AprU- J0 & rnneastandwest. Dica trenen rf teen inches in depth, six fe . j desired length. A "Jjshdg of A enoueh fcr boot tnirtj . aboQt wh,eS would .yield at firs. P 5lT?SrSrthridS?tf trench about eighteen ?nPcbh7cM the other, three feet. Manure for the bed shoo'ld be thrown into a compact heap ten dsTS before needed, being turned once or twice in tbe interval, to insure an even com mencement of heatiog, and it should bo of such a character as to be sure to heat, but not too vi olently. A good proportion is two-tbirds good fresh horse and on...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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