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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 20 June 1878

" - If,-, - rotate Historical Society SOL. MILLER, EDITOE AND PUBLISHER. ) VOLUME XXII.-NUMBER 1.1 THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. TERMS-$3.00 PER ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. TROY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1878. , WHOLE NUMBER, 1,093. 1 1 ;i t Y is ;i is rf. mum J ? $Mce SOBBOW OK THE SEA. "There Is sorrow on tbe sea It cannot be quiet." .. - Jer.zlix'a. The following flue poem, written by tbe late CpUla M. A. 8. Hare, of tbe -Eurydiee," In friend' album, HUejnn since, will be read irlUi mournful interest, I stood on tbe shore of tbe beautiful tee, A the billows were roaming wild and free ; Onward they came with unfilllng force. . Then backward tamed In tbelr restless coarse; Ever and ever aoanded tbelr roar. Foaming and dashing against the tbore i jbTer ana ever mey rose ana ien. With bearing and ate hlng and mighty awell i And deep seemed calling aloud to deep. Lest their murmuring waves aboold drop to aleep. In Summer and Winter, br nieht and br dav. Thro' cloud and eonahine holding the...

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 June 1878

. rfas m is I 5 sat its- lift nKsG She ftousas Chief. SOL. MXmER, Editor. TSOY, KANSAS: Thursday, : : : t : June .20, 1878. Veltime.93. . Having last week celebrated the completion or lusiit year, Uio Cifc tbU week starUont oa it22d. How many who commenced with the first number, will ansner at tbe roll-call at the close of tbe next twenty-one years? The Chief has now been published long enough to convince even tbe most cantions thst it is permanently established, aud tbi isajjood time to start in to ride with ns throng the coming twenty-one years. We take this occasion to remark, that money never comes auUs to the printer. Loolcatyonr labels, and s-e how yon stand ; and whenever yon yet a little spare change, do not be afraid to send it. The harvest promises gloriously. Let ns hopo that those who promised to pay after harvest, may have such a bountiful yield that they will fulfill their promises cheerfully. Yon that have never taken the Chltf, are invited to try it. If yon resolve t...

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 June 1878

Jf !f oral pttt$. (SPECIAL 2TOTJVES. . KXVKA: 8PKCIAL, NOTICE. Tlattwaj f Xfr. J. Br Wilts, Ceviagtes, Xy. Smltlx'a Tonlo Syrui, The Hrstaaa stalest RnMji for CUUa aaa wover, r.Fcrcr asi A aae. - "f CoTDcaT0s;KTIfay3I. There baa feet been for many jean, in this country, such a general complaint about chills and fever. Tbia depreaak disease is now prevailing In many portion of Ken tacky and elsewhere, where the peo ple have lone flattered themselves that they were en tirely exempt djb its influence. To those who are thna afflicted wc wish to recommend Smilk't Tonic tfjrrw, believing It to be the very beat remedy ex tant Every onewe hare heard of wing it, pronoune ea upon it in the Tery highest terms. We have late ly tued it in onr family with marked success. Tbe ingredients are simple, and the Tonic can be used, uroa xuiuui. but unnmeni to tneconstitntion what ever. If the directions, which alwaya accompany ev ery bottle, are carefully followed, it wfll in nine ea aes oat of ten resu...

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 June 1878

fai P'lM t iht farow. VWMWVMAfMVWn VRK Ft THE neiVTH tF JtTKE. JIaying There will be little hay cat in July thii year, unless it ii a srcoud crop. Even at the North much baa been cut already, ana we moat hasten to secure tbe rest before it is over ripe. The grass aud clover bnini; very snccolent, will tieul careful drying. Cnring in tbe cock w ill greatly improve tbe quality. Curiae tie Cock will reqnire two tir tbrre (lays' time. Tbe grass or clover cnt iu tbe forenoon may be raked np before evening and thrown into wiurows. These may be left nutil the afternoon of the the next day, when tbry may be thrown into tall cocks, containing about 300 or 400 pounds and left one day and night to aneat. In this condition the hay ferments aud heals, and the excess of moistnre is dmeu off. This process ripens tbe bay, audimpntves it very tnncb. After this caring, and a little airing, there is no dan-, gar of the bay beating in the mow or stack. To keep tbe cocks dry, llau Capo will be nsefnl. T...

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 June 1878

mm "-"-1 II K jX'atellistorij, '7I"l?f"Vf X-'t-tf - :rfi , SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. - TERMS$2.00 PER ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. VOLUME XXH.-NUMBER 2.!- TROT, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1878. WHOLE NUMBER, 1,094. sawaawfe-. llfJi1i'iif low J' l (State BA-nTg-BPT.T. A Pom of a Lit s that wan but Three A'prfla Loot. ST T. B. ALDUCH. Have you beard th Poet tell How came the dainty bible Bell Into tbi world of our I The gates of Heaven vert left Jr ; 'With folded band and dreamy eyea. She wandered out of Paradise f Sbe aaw tbU planet, like a atar. Hung In tbe depths of purple even Ita bridge, runniatrto and fro. O'er which tbe white-winged seraphs go. Bearing tbe holy dead to Heaven ! Sbe touch ed a bridge of flowers those feet. So light tbev did not bend the belle Of the celestial asphodel I They fell like dew upon the flower! And all tbe air crew strongly aweet ! And thna came dainty bable Bell Into this world of oure 1 Sbe came, and bronght delicious ...

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 June 1878

mt pittas m&. SOL. 3irEJL."EK, Editor. AMAMAAMAMMMMAMM TBOY, KANSAS: ThHrsd-y, : : : : : Jbho 27, 1878. Threwtaff ST the Mask. We ha.ro repeatedly warned Bepablieans who were inclined to wander off after a separate Grenbraclc party, that the movement wai being encouraged by Democrats, In order to use it to assist in electing the Democratic ticket; and we have qnoted the adrice f the Troy Bulletin, that Democrats should encourage Bepnblicans to join the Greenback party, but should them selves vote the Democratic ticket Almost every move they male, leaves prints of a cloven foot. At their meeting the other day in the First Representative District, the proceedings of which we publish in another column, there was scarcely an attempt to disgnse the make-up and design of the whole business. A study of these proceedings is interesting. . In the first place, A. J. Mo wry was Secretary of the meeting a political dead-beat and out cast, who hag been kicked out of the Repub lican party, an...

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 June 1878

wat pxtttw. THE KANSAS CHIEF. SOI M1LLBH, FnblUher. 'Z'eirxrijBi Two Doixabe A Teak, m Advaxce. Payment ahould e e made strictly 1b advance t otherwise, tie rate of 13 per year will to charged, t the discretion of the PnUisasr. The extu dollar will la no case be exacted, ezeept wkem unreasonable delay ia made inpayment, or suueeanaary t rouble la given. It ia alwaya beat to bare a clear and, standing with the Fabliaber.whea time la deaired. Ldvartlslas teas! I mo. 3 mo. no. lytsr. One Square tiSO $5.00 $7.00 $10.00 Two Square 4.00 7.00 10.00 X1M TbreeSqusrrs 7.00 10X0 17.00 23.00 QusrUrofsColamB 10.00 13.00 SUM 40 00 HalfaColnma 1S.O0 83.00 4aO0 73.00 One Colamn... .......... 33.00 40.00 73.00 1500 For anT other lenrtb f tfm in bmwim ta i. above rates, which spply only to regular advertising. Business cards of S lines or less, J a year. For legal and transient advertisements, II per aqaare lor the first Insertion, and SO centa per sonars for each anbseqoent inaertlon. jf ffi1 N.otle...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 27 June 1878

m m ztM aud Wmimiz. Uemetfle tor Xenrnlgla and nhenButliv. Avery simple relief for neuralgia, U to boil & smalt bandtal of lobelia in half a pint of water till the ktreogth b out of the herb, theu strain It off and and a Jil a teaspooiiful of flue salt. Wring cloths oat of the liquid as hot as possible and spread over the part affected. It acts like a charm. Cliaujrej the clothes as aoou as cold till the pain is all goue; then covering till prespira tion is over, so as To prevent taking cold. Huea matlsm can often be relieved by application to the painful parts, of cloths wet in a weak solu tion of sal-soda in water. If there is inflamma tion in the joints, the cure U very quick; the wash needs to be lnke-wanu. AXOTIIKlr. If strong hop tea be applied with tbo palm of the hand to any Mtifacu ufllictrd with paiu, the ? iain in most cases will instantly disappear. lave the tea milk-warm ; dip your baud in the tea, then rub briakly up and down several times. If the pain is chronic, ...

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 July 1878

State Historical Society Ik (I hirt PWHMhm2LJ SOL. MILLER, EDITOR JLND PUBLISHEB. THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. TERMS-52.00 PER ANNUS, IN ADYAXCE. VOLUME XXn.-NUMBER 3.1 TROY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JULY 4, 1878. WHOLE NUMBER, 1.095. aV (SMtt 0ttg. FOTJBTH OP JULY POETBY. l5en,,i " ,T.n ,he Centennial Ode of William Cullen Bryant ud Bayard Taylor, which were composed at th request ef Urn committee having In ebarre the Fourth of July ce le hratlon In Xew Tork Oitr. The mnsie of Mr. Taylor's poem ra written by Prof. Enoeller.of Onben. Germany) the odo hi sung at midnight on tho Sdby thevsrlousOerman societies assembledin Union Sqnmre. Mr. Bryant 'a poem. (which w originally In tended to bo u ode and recited,) wai interpreted mnale ally on the morning ef the Fourth, at the Academy of Music The accompaniment la by Professor II. Hoecn thai, of the Mendelssohn Glee ClnU .- cctnjjui mnrx-Bkraxr. Through storm and calm the years hare led Our nation on from stag to stage, A century's space, unt...

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 July 1878

m llii, m m Ifee ftasnsi (&kt SOL. MECLBR, Editor. TROT, KANSAS: Thursday, : : : : : July 4, 1878. Correct, With Certain Exceptions. A communication signed A. J. Selover, aud ad dressed to "Sol. Miller," appears as a leadinff ed itorial in the last Bulletin, tbe object of which seems to be to excuse aud justify A. J. Mowry in swindling us out of a just debt. Wo were go ing to ask Mr. Selover why ho sent a letter ad dressed to us personally J the Bulletin, when wo have never rofnwxl t publish any matter he saw proper to m-iiiI us; but we shall not ask the qnestion, for we can nee (lirongh it as clearly as if it were plate glass. It bear the car-marks and features of the favorite "open letter" gag of tho shyster and frand, Mowry, so unmistakably, that we cannot misunderstand it. Mowry has iniportnned Selover for a statement as to how ho understood a certain matter; Selover baa signed a letter, which he supposed Mowry was going to send to us; bnt Mowry, with the char acteristic hon...

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 July 1878

vv V -ftfrV"W V .y g!at iGttrts. flVHE KANSAS CHIEF. . SOU. MILTJEB, Publisher. Tonns: Two Dollies a Tear, is Advaxce. Payment should l made strictly in ad ranee ; otherwise, the rate of 13 per year Trill be charged, at the diacretlonot the Publisher. The extia dollar will la no ease be exacted, except when unreasonable delay is made Id payment, or unnecessary t rouble u given. It la always best to have a clear under i landing with the Publisher, when time ia desired. jJjtarcrotrtl aWl ti g Xlxateawst 1 mo. 3 mo. 6 mo 1 year. One Square tJO 13.00 (7.00 110.00 TwoSonares . 4 00 7X0 10.00 '17.00 Three Squires 7.00 10.00 17.00 "23.00 QuarteroraColamn... ....... 10.00 15 00 23.06 40.00 UalfaColnmn.. .-... 15.00 25.00 40.00 75.00 QneColnmn... 25.00 40.00 75.00 150X0 For anv other Iencth of time- In annlinM wiK aboTe rates, which apply only to regular advertising. liusineiis cards of 5 fines or less. 3 a year. -For legal and transient advertisements, tl per square lor the first 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. — 4 July 1878

1 m i 13 I 4j tu &xtmt. Management of Fear Trees. How pear trees are managed snccesKfitlly in Western Michigan, is told by Mr. C, D. Law ton, of Van Lnren County, Michigan, iu one uf oar exchanges. Keep the ground cultivated, anil manure mod erately, if necessary. Pear trees will not bear, to any extent, except in a fertile soil. If tbe soil is kept rich, there will be heavy crops of fruit, but not otherwise, and ordinary stable manure is best, if on sandy land ; if clay Innd, ashes are most excellent. I have found no difference as regards blight, either in Tarieties or in soil, in cultivation r neglect of it. We have trees upon sand and up on clay, upon ground thatis kept heavily manur ed, and upon ground that is wholly exempt from such applications, upon gmiiud kept under cul tivation, and upon gruiiiid not cultivated at all, but left in grans, aud they all blight, to all ap pearances, one sitnatioti aud condition as inncli as another, and no variety is exempt. No reme dy (I) ...

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. — 11 July 1878

ptaJejilstoriraLSpcietc (I hi rt WM ttt000" SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. VOLTJME XXII.-NTJMBER 4.1 THE CONSTITTTTION AMD THE UNION. TERMS-$2.00 PER ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. TROT, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JULY 11, 1878. WHOLE NUMBER, 1,096. Choice GETTYSBTJEG. IIT EDXCXI) C. STEAIiMAX. Bright rose tbe son of Gettysburg, that morrow morning tide, And call of tramp and roll of dram from height to height resiled. Ilmrk! from the cut already goes np the rattling din ! The Twelfth Corps, winning back their ground, right well the day begin ! They whirl fierce Ewell from their front ! Xow we of the Second pray. At right and left tho brant lure borne, the centre might to-day. But all waa atill from hill to hill, for many a breathleaa boar, "While for tho coming battle-shock Lee gathered In hla power; And back and forth onr leadera rode, who knew not reat or fear. And along the linos, where'er they came, went np the ringing cheer. Twaa put the lionr of nooning, the Summer akiea wero blue; Behind the...

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. — 11 July 1878

; ifte Ufausais $ftief. SOL. MILLBR, Editor. TBOY, KANSAS: Thursday, : : : : : July 11, 1878. For Congress. Now tbat a Convention has been called fur the nomination of a member of Congress from tliia District, it is properly in order to placo before tbe people candidate:) for the position, with rea sons why they slionld be chosen. The first jwiuts to be taken into consideration are fitness and soundness of principle, and party har mony. The man wb. is a true Kcpnblican, who is competent to fill the office, and who can be fcnpported with tLe gieatest nnanimity by the liepublicatis of tbe District, is the one who should be preferred nlmve all others. The fact cannot be dnioed, that Col. Phillips will not till the requirement in the latter particular. Of bis ability and soundness there is no ques tion; but that be has lost the power to harmon ize, is too plaiu to dispute. IIo has now held tho office for three terms, and the feeling of tho Western people for change and rotation is be co...

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. — 11 July 1878

rMl patte. SPECIAL NOTICES. EXTRA SPECIAL NOTICE. Testimony of Bev. P. B. "VTOei, Covington, Xj. gTn1fta7 Tonlo Syrup, The Bm aad Ha lest Rtnnlr fee Chill. aal Ferer, .r Fever nad Agae. CovrxGTOX, Kt., May 21. There has not been for many yean, in this country, such a general complaint about chillg and fever. This depressing disease is now prevailing in many iwrtions of Kentucky and elsewhere, where the peo ple have long nattered themseh cs that they were en tirely exempt from its influence To those who are thus afflicted, we wish to recommend Smith's Tonie Ayrwji, believing it to bo the very liest remedy ex tant. Every ou we have heard of using it, pronounc es upon it in the very highest terms. We have late ly used it in onr family with marked success. The ingredients arc simple, and tho Tonic cau be used freely w ithout any detriment to the constitution what ever. If the directions, which always accompany ev ery bottle, are carefully followed, it will in nine ca ses out of ten resu...

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. — 11 July 1878

u. ls IH ft it B4 g ox t dntmcv. (.'ron Inp; FicLIck. After tlie inos have bejrnn to bear, j-on can not cultivate yoDr picklt-aauy mnre,lmt in ;ath triug tbo pickles, if llicru are (-cattering needs, tliey ahonld be pullol br band. There U but one way in n bicb yon can have nicu jiicklca, ami that is to gather them every day. Tlie must popular picklo in tbe market and at tbo factor ies is one about three inches lone, and from a half to five-eighths of an inch in dutneter, and in favorable weather tbey grow very rapidly. Pickle that are gathered every day will yield much more than those which are only gathered every other day. It W letter tit cut them off with a fcbarp knife, as you will disturb tbn vines less in this way. A vine shonfd never be lifted or disturbed more than isabxolutely iii-cc-ii.iry. Where pickle? can be sold at 25 cents a bu.idnnl, they will be found a very profitable crop. The cost of pickling is not more than three or four cents a hundred, and in a favorable i e...

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. — 18 July 1878

l?tatiHstbritt,USncIrttf fctT-IA ' sQJs?i!!$s&$&i& faiiAif (M . i i I SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. - VOLUME XXII.-NUMBER 5.1 Mtt Itortw. A BALLAD OF COMMUNISM. It u a wily Communist, .SurrtHiu.UJ by hU friend. To whom he wisely would expound All communistic ends; Aud laailly called he for his beer. And throwing back hla bead. Through buaby beard, down yawning throat. Ilia glaaa be empti-ed-cd-ed Bia glaaa be enipti-ed. "And now." qnoth he. "ye citizen. Te know that mail ia man ; And every man hi share ahould have And if he will. ha can Of ail the good things of the world. 1 matter what they he. That grow on earth or fly In air. Or awim within the sea-ea-ea Or awim within the aea. "Lo! houses stand on every aide. And there ia money much. And all these things are justly yours lleloug to man, as such. Monopolies, they crowd us down. And make us thirst fur bhud; Arise! Arise! bold Communists. And poor of core a flood-ud-ud And jiour of gore a flood. "Or else let ua swo...

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. — 18 July 1878

ii m IE .81 H HWt mmz (fDJuei SOL. MILLCR, . Editor. TROY, KANSAS: Thursday, : : : : ; Jaly 18, 1878. Republican ConrreusoBsl Contention, First District. A Delegate Convention or the Republicans of tbe First Congressional District ofEuui -will be held at Manbit. Ud. Kansas, on Wednesday, the 14th day of Anguat. 1878, at the hoar of S o'clock. P. M, for the porpoae of nomina tinc a candidate for Congrcaa, and transacting anch other business aa mar come before the Convention. Raid Con vention ahall consist of the following number of Delegates from the several Counties In the District being the aame apportionment aa made by the State Central Committee. In their call for the State Convention, to wit: Counties. Dtlrgiia. Counties. Delegate Atchiaon. Mitchell, 4 Brown, 3 Nemaha, 4 Clay. 2orton, 1 Cloud. Oibom, 3 Darts! S Ottawa. 3 Dickinson, 3 Philllpe, S Doniphan, C Pottawatomie. 3 Ellis, ' Republic, 3 Ellsworth, 3 IUley. Jackson, 3 ltooka. 1 Jefferson' 3 BiumII, t Jewell, 3 Saline, 3 Le...

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. — 18 July 1878

r -R. g ml totta$. THE KANSAS CHIEF. BOIhJULMIR, ggblialier. 7o37303La! IwoDotuu A Tuui Advaxcx. Fi;anl should e made strictly la advance i otherwise, tbe rate of Over year wUl.be charted, it the discretion of tba Publisher. The extia dollar will In no cats be exacted, except when unreasonable delay la made Inpayment, or unnecessary t ronble ia giTen. It i always beat to hare a clear under. landing with the Publisher, when time 1 deaired. ,A.d.xrertrllTig Hnte l mo. 3 mo. (mo lysar. One Square t2J0 5.00 tJ.OO $10.00 Two Squares 4.00 7.00 10.00 17.00 TbreeSquarca 7.00 10X0 17.00 45.00 QoarttroraColnmn 10.00 15.00 25.0 40.00 HalfaColumn 15.00 23.00 40.00 73.00 One Column 25.00 40.00 75.00 1S0.M For any other length of time. In accordance with the above rates, which apply only to regular advertising. Business cards of S fine or leas, t3 a year. For legal aad transient advertisements, tl per square tor the first Insertion, and 50 cents per squire for each subsequent insertion. Special N...

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. — 18 July 1878

SHI M.i m fte .farmer. WOBK FOR fUE MO.tTn OF JULY. iJofn. Wc hare- noticed that the most sno fccssful prdncers of com are always the lut in the field with the cultivator. To "lay by" this fcrop in July is too early. The treed thus havr uaoecossary opportunity to grow and mature eed. It Is a ijtiestioii if it is sot best to thlu ont the stalks uioro than Is commonly done ; to grow the grain crop by itself, with bnt two stalks, or even oue, in a bill; and that for fod der by itself, with the stalks as closely set as is poible for thrifty growth. Croieing Seetl Cora. Any gr-iin can be greatly iniproved by selecting the best each 3 car, and continning to plant this for ereral seasons. Xo other grain-plant that no grow has so many abortive ears ai com. If we can make each of these productive, the yicM ran be greatly multi plied. If any former wishes to experiment iu this way, he mislit begin this month, by thin ning out the (ilmitr, rniKixiug suckers, and en couraging the grmithof the s...

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