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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 7 May 1874

ym nil Pifip r 1 . SOL. jflLLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER, THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. TERMS-S2.00 PEE ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. if VOLUME XyiL-NUMBER 46.1 TROY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1874. WHOLE NUMBER, 878. i' ,i . b fi l Choice Itoeim THE OLD-FASHIQKED CHOIB. BT BKJAXM r. TATLOR. I litre fkacfeA, nonetim, thr Betbetbent beam Tht tmnliled to earth Id tbe patriarch's drtam, VTa a Udder of Sms In tbe wltderneas real. From the pillar nfatooe t the Wue of the Blest, Ana the aasrU deseemliBX to dwell with ns here, "Old Hundred," and "Connth," and ChinV and Mear. -All the heart are not dead, not under the eod. That thmw breaths cao blow open tn Heaven and God! Ah. -Silrer Street lda by a bri-ht, roldm road O, it i Dot the bjBin that in harmony flowrd; Bat those aweethamfia psalara in theold-fashiuned choir To the girls that aug alto the girls that aang airl -Irt na in In Ills praise.' tfee minister aald: All the pftaliO'UNiLs at once HutteYed open at "Tort; Sunned tbrir dotted iuga in the w...

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. — 7 May 1874

- - Zii -Ji. a- - jit... - - sir " a" '--' ",JB,U,X ? JSausas !tu sor smLStt . Editor. TEOY, KANSAS: May 7, 1874. Thursday, Treasurer Hayca Hcsi&ned. Treasurer Hayw wcek tenrlewd hes resig nation to Gov. O.born, who, after consulting with the Attorney-General and committee oHm Y,acneut nianactrs, accepted it. This, will dispense Trithtlio session of the Senate for his trial It remain for tbe Governor to annc-iDt inan'td the vacancy, and to urinR lep.1 proceed ings afiainst Hayes nnd Ills boodstneu for the de ficiency in the Treasury acconnt, if any provid ing, also, that the bond is uot fraudulent, as is Iwlieved hyiome. The reason given by Hayea for his resignation, U physical inability to endnre the fatijpe of a Trial, ltd person will regard this as ft good rea son. .The physical laljors of a trial will be no more than required in his ordinary banking bus iness. His presence would be required s few hoars each day in tho Senate Chanibcr, to listen to the testfiBojjv,nlfogouack ...

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. — 7 May 1874

I, IH ) r;ml glattrw. Tli Zaaaas CMe& SOL. MILLER TuUlher. Two Dollar a Tbab, u AnTAtct Iaent ebouH be made .trictly In adraner: athrrwiar, the Mte tif,3 per year will be charged, at the discivtion of the Publisher. A.at7-ozrttTlTi.c Xateac: 1 mo. 13 mo. 6 mo. lyear. . ' KM IS.00 17.00 tlfl.00 4 00 7.00 10.00 17.00 I 7.09 10 00 17.00 2S.00 10.00 liOO 15.00 40 00 ". , LVOO SLOO 49.00 75.00 83.00 WOO 175.00 150.00 One Sqnare .-- Two Sq nana . Three Squares -Quarter ft a Column Half Column One Column - For ny other length of time, in yeeordante with the Jibore rates, which apply only to rerulsr adrerUalns. ltainerdol5nrOTla.njear. For Legal and tranaleut aJrertisementa, fl per square lor the tint ineertion, and SO eenU per square for each aub aequeat laserticu. Special Notices will bo charged 50 per cent, extra : and editorial adretlsements and pmosal commnnicationa, double price. , Eight linen of solid Nonpareil make one square. AD fracttonaofbalfa aquare and orer, are counted a a...

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. — 7 May 1874

'foe Jim if foe lni 4, yjaliTLNO BTJXL. The bull stood on tbe "Irond track, Vrll some e,0e fed-' Arf ilnftt ni on bla neadr ThVr flerce snd "" ' ." PP A wudind bull like form 'When a low. rumbling sound ra heard. Like muttering thunder storm. And aa the deep. boarw, rumbling sound Nearer and nearer came. He .till stood there. nd pawed the ground That Uttle bull ; lame. The ether cattle ill seemed scared He stood with proud diadain, Khen. d..binS P Pckl PPrrf A swift on-coming tram. Leare. leare" old cow cried j "giro wsy!" - Henoffed slid pawed tie dust. And homed" the EK", m toJ: "I'M ditch that train, or biutl . Lear once again the old cow cried He gere another enutT And! twi.llng P " tail replied. -I'm made of .urner stuffl" "Hootl boot! hoot' boot!" the steam now fciued,- The boll, "he would not go," Bnt gare h! taU another twl.t. And bent hl head down low. There came a ort ot eallen erab The bull "O. where waa bel" Go. ask lbs section bosa for haah, aO then, perharj.you'U see. ...

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. — 14 May 1874

wfw(e- ; SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AM) PUBLISHER. THE CONSTITUTION' 3TD THE UNION. TERMS-$2.00 PER ANNUM, IN ADTANCE. YOLTTME XVIL-KTJjtfBER 47. TROY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MAY 14, 1874. WHOLE NUMBER, 879. V. 3 - ,- ll0KC juyififumptvy " " -r"- THE OLD GBIST-MUJU. lUlf-bld by drwjJog wfltow At the foot of the wood-rowned bill, 2feUiag In qoiet -tj ... U Uadicc the old ctist mtlL IU roof ! pwD and motsr, Ad pUsterJeu U Jtt w-d!; Silent ud ti!l U the old wtter-wbeel All duped In Time enthrall. SHra j and creen U the pewtock. And corem! with nettlw rank ; ,Cboked U the tortuom mill race CreraMFfl clcare iU bank. .The irlllawV dolorous branchea Arekidnstheelasjpml, "With IU aplatterdoeke and floating flocka. And the thlek-llntd bore Veyond. Back to the daya of tny bojboed, - M II r tbovcbt fly meuwy a wiapsr I ee the old Btllln Ha filorj . Bright pray Che hup) waur-wbfvlfitnsa. As it tramps through the foaming water. With a merry, pattering aonnd; And what merry peale the counter-wbeela Gire futt...

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. — 14 May 1874

jrosas. SOL. lOLLEB) OBaitoxr. TEOY, KANSAS: Thursday, :::::: May 14, 1874. Tbe Way and Wherefore. A friend, -whoso opinions we respect," thn Tro ponin, in a private Utter: ipvsSdldDotirarowth. President for 'PPJfi; uwirneeW-nlkt.but ! for net vttoinS theaalary ''wo niPefKith pleasure. When Grant was first WMtttated, (improvised a Republic.nc.n aMSW it were,) tbe p.rty were .. of Ito rytne of veto, from tbeir f"encoj"Ur Andy Johnson. Dcnnneialion of tbe ve to JK.wer on. of their hubbies. Ow "-? fS; d himself not to interpose hi. veto lUo of the Constitntion. Tbe salary pah L.r-ssed. U was simply a matter of policy, and we regarded his approval of it as a carrjing of hi. established rale. Wo havo no serious objection to the President receiving $50,000 a rear, considering what is required of him, if be doe. aot show a disposition to impose upon oth er, while reapiug advantages tohimself. There ,-.. --. hAii that the responsibility lay with Congress. Dnt the currency bill was passed 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. — 14 May 1874

Socat gtette. Tlis Kansas CMef. SOL. MILLER. IobUaher. rOZ2X3JBS Two Doixasa a Tia. W ATXct PtJBati ihonld be oade etrictly In advance; tberwbtterewc.fJ per year wUl be charged, t tbe discretion of the Publisher. 1 mo. 1 3 mo. I e mo. 1 1 year. One Square TwoSquares Three Squares . Quarter of a Column Half a Column One Column --- ja ti.00 7.00 1000 .liOO ewx 40.00 110.00 17.00 23.00 40X0 75.00 150.00 4.00 10 00 17.00 sun 40.00 75.00 TJDO 10.00 13.00 For any other length of time. In accordance with the bore ratea, which apply only to resular adrertiaiEj. Business cards o S fines er less, S3 a year. For Leral and transient adTrrtieementa, 1 per aqoare for tbe tint insertion, and 30 cenU per square for each sub sequent Insertion. Special Notices will be charged 50 percent, extra: and editorial advertieemente and prreonal communlcatione, doable price. Eight linee ef eolid Nonpareil mate one aqnare. All fraction of half a aqnare and over, are counted aa a full aqnare. AdTerttnementa requ...

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. — 14 May 1874

0 gvma. SWEET IIEBBS. Xbnr Cl"d TheIr r""- W. H. White, of Massachusetts, Uins writes In thF.?K considerable use both of couKSS d nueUltd hettawd plants. Any of tbem may l- procured fn,q. dn.-si.t in the city, bat those who can grow or gather for it Sv re better satisfied, and the expend Jbem5ehe reou: J, o nit- n ready tnoncy 'uily when the time are nfeand easily accomplished. They will prwhiee-J-irf?on wsardenwil, while at the same tiroo hitter results are obtainea wun ueiier cam ami the bestof soil. They are all produced from seed sowntnsrrinc Plow and prepare the soil as rnv oAer harden crop, making, the surface wl quite fine and ereu. Ihe Ij.liowins are some of IS "popular varieties with the.rqualitles: ConuvDEC-Sow in drills 13 inches apart; ..rr'o":i!l,whMi fairly started. Ten der-will not stand frost, nd should not be sown till late frosts are past. Annual, KrowinR about 3 feet, branching. Seeds used oflen for seasoninK pies, cakes, confections, and medicines; delicately aro...

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. — 21 May 1874

t- 1 SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. TERMS-$2.00 PER A5NU-I, IX ADYAXCE. YOLU3IE XVII.-NIHMBER 48. ( TROY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MAY 21, 1874. . WHOLE NUMBER, 880. 'SJ - MttM IIWJPP I - M " I bi Mmt ftorirg. IWAOABEEZ . r BT VIS. ILOABCTI1 AKrKSUjTfLOniaCS ECT.W) Tbl realm U nacred t tlie nHent pa-L WUbia tit dn-wwr abtdrs are treMore rare Of W and anm-the j eatt are toneince kit V A stnus-r'a foot-f-11 prtawi-d the ereaUo aUIr. Thl room no boaaew.fe'a tidy hand -atarba; And here. Hke -eatranire prrArperer cHoxa A homtftiefc ameU of dry. frcoitf n herb A lututy odor ai uf raooldenn tlUngvr - , item ator- of withered root and leares repoae. For fancied virtue priied in Amy Act jar 'Gatiim-d with tlichtfu1 ere. raajhap by tbo Whose emrtbly lib are healed fur erermore; Irt"hy Araehne winds her nd1e tfarM-, And wcarea her allken tJpeatry t.nen, - Yeilinj: the rough hewn timbers rtfhead, And loepinj gossamer festoons between. AIonjrthelowjobtsoftheslopinsTo...

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. — 21 May 1874

Mc Kansas (Still. SOX.. MXCjU1-1 . Editor. fTEOY, KANSAS: Thursday, : : : 8 ; Mar 21 187- poincroy's Trial. The last Wntbcnn Reporter, taking on item from the Cifora text, i.reacbeaIonKscrnioa npon the necessity of rj'S.'n'ctinRandpnii-inliin- romemr. A correspondent, in another column, propounds u few bard counndrnms to the Reporter upon the subject; and wo wish to av something in addition. The Reporter, after charging that Pomeroy was the founder of the corrnption system in Kansas politics, proceeds to preach as if everything said of him were jiroren, and all that was wanting was sentence to be pronounced npon him. Thn Tact is, Jim.Laue bad Kansas politics thornngiily eorrnpted before Pomen.y ever know the cards. Pomcroy may be guilty of .T gre.it many acts of corrnption; but as we bare no personal knowl edge of the fact, we shall not speak no positively as the editor of the Reporter does. We know that, upon three several ocraaions, charges have lieen preferred, and he has been-in...

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. — 21 May 1874

2.7t5l i -V r m glnttcw. Th-Q Sansas Chief. a HOL. 3IILn' Fnbliher. X70XTI33J3 S n-n imiuis a Tut, is AnTA.c. Fayment ebonlj be .ta advance, .tbenrlse. the rate of 3 per year w$be S2&A It The dscreUon of the Publisher. AdvertlgtoS 3Ft.o.teg; 1 1 mo. 3 no. 6 mo. 1 year. IfiSO 13.00 HXO $10 00 " . , 4.00 700 10.00 1700 TOO 1000 1700 33.04 i 10 00 15.00 25 00 40 00 l 15.00 25X0 40JM 75.00 25.00 4000 75J0 15000 Ore Square ... Two Squares -. Quarter of a Column Hall ft uollimn for anv other Irnjth of time, in accordance with the above "tea. -bH-b .I-nlv oriy to rgnUrjdvmuine. Business canlaol 5 bwa or less, pa year. jSrLeral and transient advrrtlseineota, II per square lof JbeirUiMerUon. ! cent, per square fur each .ob- M3Srdal3eS'niboehrgrfM per cent, extra : and editorial adrertiaementa and personal communications, MrttUnta "l'4 KP"0 n,mle "" Wn- All fractions of half a square and over, are counted aa a full Advcrtise-nenta reqnirine to b "?? m be charged the cost of certifyiD;. in...

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. — 21 May 1874

m .f arrow." fiO TnBBSnERR IMCRE oiib seed WHEAT r . I clip tlie following from the Chicago Journal of March 27lh. Odessa Wheat A cnrrccnomlcnt of an nrrirnl- tu'al exchange says: "This is a new variety of .wring ivni'ai inirouuceii a lew years since into this country. As I have hail experience with it for the lat two years, I am fully prepared to piieii, a uigu ri-cuuiineiiaaiion, aim lor several important reasons. In the first place, it is very hardy wheat, and dues better iu old land than any other spring variety I have ever sunn. Sec ondly, it withstands tVe ravdprs of the chinch bug with little or no damage. Thirdly, it yields from 20 to 30 bushel to the acre, and never re qui res to lie sown more than one bushel to the acre. And last, but not least, it bat produced the best spring wheat flour, second to uo other spring wheat I ever raised." 'Obessa w heat failed here last year. I notice remarks about seed wheat iu Kunwltoii'a New Manny reaper pamphlet for 1874 that seem to me ...

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. — 28 May 1874

Ttf.m , I w r i' ? ' SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. ) THE CONSTITUTION AND THE "ONION. TERMS$2.00 PER ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. VOLUME XVII.-NUMBER 49.1 TROY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MAY 28, 1874. WHOLE NUMBER, 881. v Mm atiw. DECOBATIOS DAY. by w. a. coorrcT. Strew Motioni from rallcy and bill. From pr&.r. an J meadow and lawn; Featoon mltb the earlaud f beaaty. The erctn heIter-UnU at tbe brare: They lire, Uiousb the tialsca are till And Ibe muU frviu the caakeU are gone; Oar brother are only "off duty Eedecmcd with the ranom they caTe! They lire, thongta they're laid down their burden The knapaacfc and imuket and sabre Fer Paia Is the cradle of btrth, And Death i hot life In UeIm; Tbry Hto and the flower are a pnerdon A tribute from neighbor to nelehbor: At we loe the Iat j:limpe of earth. We catch the first Tlew of the akiea. Oh. the bleaalncs they heralded here! Treaaoo Ieep in a bed that U gory; 1U blood In tbe mil of a nation. Enriches the lire of the free. Oh. marrelltM) traiufig...

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. — 28 May 1874

J6" f BOL. 3HH-XJEK,i. . Editor. TEOY, KANSAS: Thursday, :::.::: May 28, 1874. For Congress. The last nmnlicr ofllie Salina .foanial contains tli followins paragraph: SoL limer evidently dont like Sat. Price, who Is to be candidate for Congma from the Ceman'a County. aud lauds Phillips to tbe Mine position. To jnske in even swap ire will trad, with SoL He can take Philips and we will take Price. We bdlere Sat. Pnct to ."! bleat. If not the ablest, man in the Surlbcrn district, ana would like tosapport him for Congas. We might reply to tlio Journal, tliat it is no more etmlige for a Trpy paper to unpport a Sa tin tnriu, ngainst a Troy roan, tbaii it is for a Salina paper to support a Troy roan, against a Salina man. But that would not besajiiiRwliat wo wanted to; and bolides, we think tre arc free from personal feeling in this matter, which wo -slouU whether the Journal can nay ilh truth. 7e heartily approved the votes of the Kauai Congressmen upon the postage and currency questions,...

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. — 28 May 1874

? h W 9 -a y i , i 1 1 foal fatter?. Tlis Kansas Clhie SOL. BIILaVEKv Publisher. Two Dolus A Tub. d Ai-vact . Paynrat.Wl J be made strictly in rfnuw, .Uwtrt e r 3 per jm will be charged, at the diacrttfon of the Publisher. 41 DO. 1 3 mo. 10 mo. II year. One Square Two Square - Three Squares .... Quarter or a Column . Half a Column. ... tiSO 4 00 TOO 10 00 13.00 25.00 13.00 700 10 00 13.00 SUM 17 00 10.00 17 00 25.00 40 00 73.00 110.00 17 00 23.00 40.00 73.00 13000 One Column 40.00 .i , .i. e iIku In aceordanrjt vltK !. for any mcr m-mm .- - -. v above ratea, which apply only to recnlar advertialn-. niiaineas ardsoISlWe or leas. S year For Leal and tranalent advertisementa, JI per aquare lor the first InaerUon, and SO centa per square for each sub sequent Insertion. Special Xotleee wiH be char-ed SO per cent extra : and editorial advertiaetnenta and personal communications, doable price. ,. . Klirbt tinea ef aolid Nonpareil make one aqnare. All fractions of half a aqnare and over, ar...

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. — 28 May 1874

gw gmm. MBKSIBZ.B BBJ1ARK O.T CORK Cl'l- In passing tliroogh,New York in laomer time, the Western farmer is surprised to sea bow little in known and practiced of the ecucomy of labor in tbe ' CULTURE OF THE COIIN' CHOP the plovritifr, cross plowing, barruvrinc;, mann riog, hociiiR, cultifRtlng and hilling a detail of labor that is perfectly appalling. And yet out of thin comesa fair average crop in bushels, but nit of all proportion to tbe cost of labor. Then be looks at the narrow cribs, with capacity for the fttorageof 200 or 300 bnshtrls, and, turning his eyes towards the West, mentally exclaims: "Surely, Ceres dedicated tbe prairies of tbe West and tbe broad river-bottoms to com. No stony ridge or hill-side-, no sight of a hemlock forest; no stiff, cold clay soil; no widespread sandy plain or mansb, though nuderdraincd, can com pete in tbe corn market with our favored land, that the great drift period gave to the world." Climate has ranch to do in making tbe corn crop, bat it is...

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 June 1874

lipjftftlu MMft 0M i, hi k It I 1 I5 5 -i SOL. HILLEB, EDITOR ASH PUBLISHER. ) THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. VOLUME XVH-NUMBER 50.1 TERMS-$2.00 PER ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. TROY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 4, 1874. Choice Wottw. 0OIXO THEOUGH THE BYE. BT XU. L. A. M'GAFTXr. A bine Jane mky bent or the world, Ttie Summer wlnda were blowing. And omiI doad-abadows swept mcruM The meadows ripe fr roowlnj. "When, from a mazy thicket green, A minstrel piped, himself unseen. And, from the happy songster's throat,' Gashed une unrsryfnp liquid note: -Bob-e-llnk, o-llut, .villi k-om. Bob-o-liuk. My life ts imfd la tb day. As calm as Sumner tceatt, .Xar hritt nor depth g&Te one false shade, Xrutie dlscordsut moties. As, blithe of thought and fetJlDj. I Went throurh the waiing field of rye. And parted its green stems, to see Where might the cmuing singer be. Who iue, with such anbuunded glee, Bob-o-link, o-Hnk, o-l ink-am, Iiob-o-link. Toll Mn I wpled blm where he sat Upon a leaf j cherry; A wild h...

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 June 1874

be Ifausas fewf. SOL. KDXEB, . . Editor. . TBOT, KANSAS; Thursday, :::::: Jane 4, 187. The Governorship. There are three gentlemen prominently before Ibe BepablicaiiB of Kansas for tbenomiu.tion for Oorenmr, next fall. These three are all KooA men, competent and popnlar. Thia is a free . ouutrr, where every man hes a right to be a candidate for office, and where it is no dishonor to aspire in a proper manner. But aside from the right which each person has to be a candi date fur Governor, and his own desire to win the office, what good reason can be ibowii to the peo , pie of Kansas why tbey bonM make it change r Wherein has the State suffered under tho pres ent administration, and what improvements or ,'Cdyantages do the rival candidates holdout! No donbt they wonld do fully as well as the present Executive; but where is the nse of tnrn . ing ont one man wbo docs well, in order to put In another to do jnstfas well I Governor Osborn's Administration baa been a success, and a credit 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. — 4 June 1874

i taal patters. Th.e Kansas Cliief. sol. aiiriKrnbU"her. Torms: Two DoiXiiaj A Tea, I ADTiXCt rymentaboul,l be will be chared, t tlie discretion of the Publisher. -A-el-o-oxrtlgtoJ.s Rates: ) 1 mo. 1 3 mo. 1 6 ma. 1 1 year. One Square - Two Square Three Square Quarter of Column Half Column - tUM 400 TOO 10 00 15.00 25.00 8100 700 10 00 15 00 25.00 40 00 700 10 00 17 00 JBJX) 4000 75.00 110.00 17 00 25.00 40 00 75.00 150 00 Que Column I a !, In antlf nk 4ll al. For any other lensiu "". ..-- ...a mo .bore ratea, which apply only to rrcular adrertlainc. lliialneacardotslineorlea,5year For Lecal and tranaient adTertuement. 1 per aqnare lor the firit Insertion, and 50 cenU per aqnare for each aub aeQnent insertion. Special Notice will be charged 50 per cent, extra : and editorial adTertlaemesta and pmonal communication, double price. . Eirbt line of aolid Nonpareil mat one eqnare. All fractions of half a aqcare and orer, are counted a a full Adrertiaementa requiring to be certified to, w...

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 June 1874

T Destroy Takaeea Warni. The tobacco worm not only iDfesU the plant tram which its name is derived, bat ia very de- fctnicUve to the pdtato aud tomato plaute. The those who cultivate the plant, but onr market gardeners, and others who grow the tomato ex tensively, seldom make it a business to kill the worms, but suffer them to prey upon their plants mhI arrive at maturity, and continue to propa Kl and multiply their species ad inSuitnm. We bare somewhere seen it stated that a prepa ration or cobalt, a poisonous mineral often naed Xa destroy house flics, may tie employed to kill Ihe large moth or miller, the parent of the pota to or tobacco worm. One of these fe imro insects called "horn blowers," will lay RCTersl hundred eggs, each becoming a destruc tive worm, and the whole of this army of vora cious and repulsive looking insects may be pre vented by killing the pareut. These large mil lers are seen jnst in the dusk of the evening fly ing around the sweet scented honeysuckle, the -...

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