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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 16 July 1874

:r a ! . Ii " ' vi SOI. HILLEB, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. VOLUME XYTIL-NIBIBER 4.1 JE TERMS-$2.00 PER ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. (&Mtt Itocfm XT PBAKPgATHKft'S:SgaiMO. "ir wimait w rosoicx. J TROT, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JULY 16, 1874. There' a toog at ray heart, ere I die I mmt alng. Of tbat beantiful fuunUin rot Grmudfatber'a Spring. Id Kentucky fair land, by Ohio green start. It wvlls from the wottd nianUed hille verm ore. Where the eoMitr like naka, an grin, and wmifE, Stand hifih on the creel of the- precipica chfl. Where the bald earle mU bU clond-caltlug wine, Uo tfce highest drad branch tbat o'ertower that Spring. Throapfc Um rata ran tbe rivulet, beautiful, bright. Where the ycmortM htoud in tbelr armut ot wEite, -And saint-like in anahiDe in praver roe aach form pH rj-tn-ti aird -"ta In.thnjirhaiwK ladatujauT And wore Winter HTcrjr, all bommer time through, The mantle of purity apoUeas in line Like monk, with their bead that Inceanantly awing. Were the s...

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. — 16 July 1874

he gtan&K SIM. &OL. JULIiER, Editor. TROT, KANSAS: Thursday, :::::: Jnly 1G, 1874. "Republican State Convention. A Dele-ate Convention of the Kepubllcana of the State f Kansas, will beheld In Representative Hell, In the dtT of Topeka, m Wednesday, the 26th day of Augnet, A. D. 1874, at the boor of 10 a. bu, for the purpose of nominating eandidstee for the following offices, U wit: Govertrer, Lieutenant-Governor. Secretary of State, An-diUn-c-r SUtTreunrer of State, Attorney-General, Su perintendent of ruliUe Instruction, one Associate Justice ft tin Supreme Court. All of the Counties legally organlwd at tbe silting of tbe est IgisUtur. end none othere. ahall b. entitled to rep resentation as followa, tf witi Two Delegates from each atrprcsentatlve District, It b recommended that the primary meetings for the purpose of electing Delegates to the SUM, Convention JheselncaTled, be held on Satnrday, the 15th Jay of August H(S7.t sue. hours a. may be dealguated by the Central Comm...

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. — 16 July 1874

IZXi I U - ix i y j i m gfotfojs. Th.e Sansar Chiof. SOL. aimHR. gnbllaher. Tormfli Two Dorians A TBAB, W ADVASCB. Payment should be made strictly hindrance; etherwis,tbenteofJ per year will be charged, at the discretion of the Publisher. 1 ma. 1 3 mo. 1 8 mo. 1 1 year. One Square.. Two Squares. .......... Three Square Quarter of a Column. - Hair a Column One Column - $S.0o 7.00 10 00 13.00 S3X0 0J 47.00 10.00 17.00 33.00 40.00 T3JJ0 110.00 17X0 23-CO 40X0 73.00 130.00 400 7.00 10.00 13.00 23.00 Kor any other length of time. In accordance with the abore rata, which apply only to reimlar adrertislng. Business esrds of 5 lines or leu S3 a year. For Legal and transient advertisements, 1 per aqixare for the first Insertion, and 30 cenU per aqnare for each sub sequent insertion. . . . ... Special Xotices will lie charged 50 percent, extra; and editorial sdrertlsements and pmonal communications, double price. Eight llnea of solid TtonpareU make one aqnare. All fractions of half a aqnare 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. — 16 July 1874

4,1 - ..tnamsaMsaMsssaMwcaaasaaaaMaMSnSMaoaMsnnSMasai far Hit gwmtt. IMit $w of tltc SItouig. Wistful and Curious. 4gg!Spg now CHI."CII BCCH CAW BE SCCCEBS- "" reixv fought. The tUTajesof tliecbiuch bags are ranch grea ter thin rottiiy tupH5-, aud unless some setive liii-Bsnr aro'takeii the corn crop U In great dan-jj-T. A correspondent of the Lawrence Journal, wntlDK to that paper, says: On the 17tb inst. we saw the wheat fields coalil iiot contain tlie Imirs any IouKer. They were in fricbtfu. commotion, as tbongh startled by their own incredible numbers. Many of them went di rect to the com. Ou the ISth we got a barrel of coal tar, and ran some temporary lines as checks rilong the railroad where the bags were the thick- 6ntbrl9th we cleared a track on the wheat aide of the railroad, and permanently fixed our headquarters. With the use of tea kettles we located our tar lines, and resolved to defend them, i.r perish on the ground. We bad no experience iu the matter, ami therefore we...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 23 July 1874

k i P ?1 v 1U relay HftgZ ' :? u . i d; IV v y IV w 1 Hi! - ''(. ! U ;l R i)i if' 1L It I" Hi 'IIVI fc M SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER, f YOLTJME XVnL-NTBIBER 5.1 Choice THE OLD APPLE TRITE!. ST AUCZ CAST. A fimaer, who owned a fine orchard, rae day "nnt ot with bit two tona. to take a -nrrej The time of the year belaf April or Kj. Th Vde were bejrinnLnf to break tarto bloom, The air all abosfhlm wu rich with perfume, And Bothlnf, at flrat, waked a feeling of (loom. But all at once, coins from this place to that. Mm aha4d hi eye with the brim of hla bat, 8ajlo(, "IlereUa treedjingoff thaUat!M He rJXtd hia aoaa iMeph aaUofc. 4 WkHJJtM: -, ThUeweetio(, yott know, wae nj farorlte tree Just look at tho top, av, and aee what you ace! "The blossom are Wiihtedand, acre as yoa lire, It won't have a buhcfof apples to girel What alia HI ths rest of lie treea aeem to thrlre, "Ran, boys, briag hither year tools, and don't itop. Bat take every branch that la falling slop. And aaw it out quic...

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. — 23 July 1874

llC 3Rtf kt bOL. zkzmcjeic '. Editor. TROY, KATJSAS: a TUnrsdajv : '. jJnly 23, 1874. Kopnl)licanState Contention. A Dele-ate Conrention of the Bepnbllcana of the But. of Xuus will bf held In -RepreaentatlT. mn. In the city ef Top.., on Wednesday, tie Mlh day of Aum.t; A.D. lf!7. at the hour of 10 a. m, for the porpn of nemlnatint .anadatea for the followta offices, to it: "Goremor. LfcuteMOtGoTemor. Secretary of State, An torof State, Treasurer or Stale, Attorncy-GeneraL Su-j-erlntendeutot; Fnblie Ititctioo. one.Assodate Jostle erf IheSflureme.Court. .,.,., r.x. AUrfthefionoties legally oriranixed Jt thedttJjg ot the lut EeBslatars, vnioBoUer,-l!lU entitle- to rep, resentation u follow to wit. Two Delegate, from act fcepreeentatire District. , It U recommended that the primary neetfnsi for the purpoee of eleotto DeleaU to the 6ute CenTentlon ".erelacalled.be beld on Saturday, the 15th day ofAufcnat, mi, u audi hour. ae may be deleted by the Cental Committer of eech KepresentatiTe D...

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. — 23 July 1874

Vf "i v i- haX pittas.. Tia Kansas Clxief. SOL. MILLER. PnhUther. - Two Dollaks A Tea, Abva-jcx. Paymentabonld be made .tricUy in sdranr- ?"?, i'Vnb&iw P"JO' will be charged, at the diacrrtlon ef the Publisher. t mo. 13 mo. 16 mo. II year, One Square -- Two Square. . Three Ninarea Quarter of a Column Half a Column -. $5 00 700 10.00 J 3.00 25.00 WOO n.oo 1000 17 00 25.00 40.00 73.00 110 00 17 00 s&eo 40.00 75.00 130 00 One Column -.. . -a vl. to armnlaiiM ar4tla at. For any otner lengiu w "r""i" , " " shore rat's, which apply only to regular advertising. linsiness cards ot 5 lines or less, pa year. for Legal and tranaient adTertiaement. 1 per aqoare lor the first insertion, and JO cent lr aqnare for each attb eequent insertion. ... Special Xoticea will be charged 50 percent, extra; and editorial advertisements and personal communications, double price. ... Eight line of aolld Xonparcil make one aqnare. All friction, of half m aqnare and over, arc counted aa a full Advertisem...

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. — 23 July 1874

gnt ii ,f amcr. ACnlCtTfcTCBAI.WEBATtOJfB FOR III the latilnile of New York city many tillers of the soil hajr sewl time, hoeing and caltiva tin", pruning and training, hayini; ami harvest, all'dnrinir.tue month of July. The majority of farmers will persist in the old practice of allow: itia their grans to become quite too ripe before it isuioned. TJie corrrct idea of prime haj is that cracs be cut at such a period in its growth and cured in such a manner as will produce an arti tle of fodder only a littldiu"ereut from grass. Ked clover should be rut before one fiftieth part of the heads have commenced to tnru brown. When there are weeds among the grass, the crop sbonld be mowed before a single weed will Yield mature seed. When hay is cured ouly in part and a beawttorm Reems Tt hand, lwtter Laul'a few tons to the barn and spread it on the mows and bcaflol.ls,not more than two feet thick, thau to allow it to be exposedjo a heavy show er It will require no more time to fork over a -to...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 30 July 1874

V. Wat sssssWlS MlUilyl UinSBi 91PJilV SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. t i TERMS-S2.00 PER'ANNUH, IS ADTAXCE. YOLTJME XVHL-NUMBER 6.1 TROY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JULY 30, 1874. WHOLE NUMBER, 890. Choice fgacfeg. THE COMET. BT JOI PAUL. Eccentric orb, tint madly from thy sphere, Planet wlthont a plan, do-t travel on thine ear Through wide expanse of space! Out od bender. Known to be ncbaloaa. indefinite, flnctaatln. OfTolnmeTaat bat thin; wide-circnlartng. Tbou Holy, high, translated Legal Tender, Approacb, pomenisher; obligin aconiesce, ?orlo! the waiting swell-mob of the Treat Would fain ro through thee; ApdX a youth, bald, bonest. simple, gushing. Of poor but benest parents born ot Unab, bnt born in Flushing, Ar here to Interriew thee. Tell as thy lineage, m Presold thee min - "W have one end ald jf thy aquecry line Tbyhire, A -. Cofffiia, (Tbou canst not re4 that rhyme withenten Ire) ; But tell us of fliy dam, A most transparent, permeable sbara; In...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 30 July 1874

20. Ifot long after the (caudal became public, Mrs. Tilton tvntc on a slip of paper, and left on lier husband's writing-desk, the following words: Xnw that uxpoMire has come, my wholu nature revolts to join with you urstui witb yon." Through the iuUueuccof Beecher's friends, the opinion has long Usoiililiguutly propagated that t lie scandal was dau.trTTiltoii, and that the al leged facts vet ninlicious inventions., by him, to revenge Uuuwlf foe wtcinoscd tuuV imaginary wrongs dnue- to him by Iteocber. Many words were HVikeii from, time to time by Mr. Tilton, to the jirV-- and eutngy of Beecher, which being rateiisivety emoted through hi congregation, hrightened tbs imprerst.ion that Tilton was Eft-Cher's slanderer; M. Tilton being herself untlmntimf the atateinctit. In tnis way Jirs. Tilton, andjjnc of her relatives, have been the chief caiiM- of the great difficulty of unppres-siiig theM'andal. They have had a habit of sayin" Jlr. Tilton btliwvea Mich and (nth things, ami their nam...

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. — 30 July 1874

flk'i sc fat J. ' - :m patter?. Th, Sansas Chief. SOU. MILLER. Xnbliaher. Tonus: Two Dollars a Tear, is Advasca. Payment should be made strictly In advance; .therwii the rate, of Uper year will be charged, at the discretion of the Publisher. 1 ma 3 dm. 6 ma. 1 year. One Snnire J"8 S-$ 17.00 110 00 TbreTSSre. " I-? n0 2S-00 QairrlfYcolnnm "22 it"S2 S2 SS Half a Column M " M0 Ti0 Que Column ... - 25-00 WM VM 130.00 For ny other length of time, in accordance with the bore rat.e, which apply only to re gular adrertlslng. Business cards otS lines or lesa, 13 a year. For Legal And transient adTertisementa, tl per square lor the first Insertion, And M cents per sqnAre for esch sub sequent Insertion. Special Notices will bo charged SO per cent, extra : and editorial advertisements and penwnal communications, dooble price. Eight lines of solid Xonparefl mate one square. All fracuonaofhalf a sqnare and orer, are counted aa a fall square. Advertisements requiring to be certified to, will be ch...

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. — 30 July 1874

f 0f it gmtx. & Fecdlag; Black. ' Mr. Gold, of Connecticut, said at the Vermount Diirj men's meeting: "Tlie most uatural foal for stock is grass in the summer, and dried grass in the winter; noth iii else is necessary if there be plenty of that; biit we are nnder the necessity of varying it Bomewhat. Grass fails somntitnes. The nastn ra"e has to be supplemented eveu in mld-snm-mcr, and the sowing of corn is the most common. This trop should be sown in anccession so that it may Ire nvd from time to time, as needed, and shnnld becnt when it is in the bloom, in order to make it of the greatest valne for feeding. Formerly he was acenstomed to change his cows from one field to another, but he fnrTna that they became nncasv and looked as though they were hankering for still other green pastures, and shrank in their milk. His neighbor kept his in one pasture, and they were qniet and contented, aud the milk prodnct alwajs good. Feeding should be regular. This was of more importance tlia...

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. — 6 August 1874

II ' i MljIlO i: m !'l i j f IV SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER, THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. f.TERMS-$2.00 PER ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. VOLUME XVIIL-NUMBER 7.1 TROY, KAJSSAS, THURSDAY,ATJGTJST 6, 1874. WHOLE NUMBER, 891. ! r nJX Ite l?i:,fto If W WWWf (filial L-BW ,snnnhBBaBBnaBalaM JBlAUSMltt GMcc Itocfm A HOME PICTURE. BT ME.H, FKAXCES D. CAGE. Be n Fisher bad finished Ms faard day's work, And he at at bis cotUee door, Bia pood wife. Katr. aat by kU side. And tbe motm-llght danced on tb floor The mnon-liKfat dancd un tbe cottage floor, Her beams were clear and bright Jim when be and Kate, twelre years before, Talk'd lore in ber mellow light. TSen Fisher bad never a pipe of clay, Aod nerera dram drank faei 'So be loved at borne with hla wife to stay. And tbey chatted right merrily 7Ue.it njerrflr chatted ibej mi, Ut wblla ,. Iler babe slept on ber breiat; While a chubby rognfl. witb rosy smile, On bis father's knee found rest. v 5n told ber bow fast the potatoes crew, , -And the co...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 6 August 1874

he aus $&iei SOL. 3IIXJCEIC EUitor. i TEOY, KANSAS: Tharsaay: : : : : August G, 1874. Republican State Conveation. A Deleeat Convention of th. -jUJimbllean of tie State of ItIm. will b. held Bepreoentativ. HaD, In the city of Topek. TFrf.ur. x ' A"" 4;ID- 1871. at the hoot of 19 - -. f the-purpcoe of nominating ,andldt for the following office tosrlt: Governor, Ueutenant-Goverpor. Secretary of State, An ditorof -.Treasurer of State, Atteyeu.reL Sn ,rieteBdet of Public tnitrortioo, one Aodat Justice In'of "SeCoooUe. If gUy organised lit the atttlng of the last IsUtura. and none otiera, .hall tw entitled to rep T,tajonaafollowa.towit: Two Delegates ftan each JUpreeentatlve District- It U recommended tht tb primary meetings for the purpose of electing Delegate to the State ConTention hereto celled, be held on Saturday, the 15th day of August, MM. t eh hour a may be designated by the Central Committee of each Be preemUthre District, or In the event that there be no aoch Committee, b...

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 August 1874

goal patters. gflgaasai Clalef. SOL. MILBR InbUher. Terms t tv.msmaTiaa.isAdtaXCS. rayment should be "wlnadTaneei stherwie,lberateof$3perTer , .tricO-V" ? Ue daer, Uod of the PaUlther. JJl be chart.'"' -croxtlistrLE: riatoai 1 mo. 1 3 do. 1 6 no. i 1 year. 13.00 7.00 10X0 13.00 23 00 40 00 17 00 10.00 17 00 23.00 40.00 75.00 110.00 17.00 23.00 4000 73.00 150.00 4.00 TOO 10 00 13.00 15.00 TSqoi -Ti,r -tbfr length of time, is accordance with the rmf.i which apply onlr to regular adTertlalng. ''K! card ol I lines or lew. $5 year. SijkiI and transient adTcrtiaeintnto, tl per aquare Jtefirit insertion, and 50 xbm per annate- for each sub- "jTilNotlcMi will be charged:) per erst, eitrai and Hal aaTcrtUenienta asd personal cotmnnuicatlona, Itbor. of aolld Jfonpardl make one aqnaro. All JiSusfbitfe aquare and OTer.are coasted aa a full rBsenent. runlrlne to be entiled to. win be j3iT costofcertlfyTng. in addition to the regular "Teslent adrertisenienU mutt be paid for Inrarlably In -2jTnB W...

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. — 6 August 1874

J 0t tU f otm. WORK FOB TUB MOIYTII. Kriw If you, have rye to bow, the gronnSt SDOU1U uts gut III reauiucsa tuis uivutut luc CAtlier- the better, aul tnannre and need got ia readiness to sow about tbe first of September Oa any tolerable land, however, if yon use -panares or fertilizers, wheat will probably pay better. Preparation of Fallow. If yon have a fal low to prepare for wheat, commence it at the earliest day yon can. The -objection to turning, under a growth of clover origiuate, we think, "in postponing tbe work too long, and not plough ing deeply enough. Tbe earliest period after the. clover is well matured is probably the best. It is then iu a condition to decompose.readily, and Las the more time to become assimilated with the soil. The after-working of seeding- time, if the clover has been turned well nnder, leaves tbe eed bed compact and firm, an essential in wheat growing. If the clover remains until the stems are mail e hard in the sun and dry enough to burn, the decomp...

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 August 1874

irV : .;.; - ., 'I' eiif j,-i- lTjiiller, editor AM) TDBLISHER. - THE C ONSTIT U TlOW AND THE UNION". ( TE5MS-S2.00 PER JLXXITX, IX ADTASCE. VOLUME XVIIL-jSUMBER 8.1 TROY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 13, 1874. J WHOLE NUMBER, 892. 9 ..jliiirJ : - J& jg!jfJBirP35R"""M toctm T3 THE PIONKKH. BT JAMlM krfieEU. L0WELL. .,,. ,M live cofimed with brick sail atone, , m.o-1 from tie influmcr. rIr. '. Wmi-sl with hW Und ra1', everywhere. 1,'craaii .tr-frh. furrowleas and lone. JJtwipptJ praiiie. nune can fence or own I M .,. roold read and read the self saniefacea, Tj lite tie marbles wticli the windmill grinds, fTnwoU forever with the Mme unooth mlnda, -.war retracing but year-, every rear tc dull trace.. " i-f.. Twaiwreare. wuvu. uu ,.--..- fijiBia 'r on old tnoneht would pore and pore, iuiiile a lHk between ita corera lUia, Meierr f4 to leare hi. dtieVears in TMaUota ' " Dd 0,,,, ,,rvemiore, J w Uie eiirnin of a paltry door I ram would watch lif noiy element . Lnheward furever when he mig...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 13 August 1874

mt fRansan- (Sluef. " SOX.. JJfTT.J.TVEaV .. Eilltor TBOY, KANSAS: Thursday, : : : : : August 13, 1874 -Itcppblican State Convention. X I)f Icg.t Convention of the Republican of the State t,f Kansas, will be held Id Eprtentitlrc Sail, In the city of Topeka, on Wednesday, the SCta day of August, A. D. 1671, at the hour of 10 a. m, for the purpoee of nominating tandidates for the following offlcea, to wit: Governor, Lieutenant-Governor, Secretary of State, An dltorof State, Treaaurer of State. Attorney-General, Su porlntendent of Public Injunction, one Associate Juatlce of the Snprcme Court. AH of the Countie. legally organlied at the altting of the teat Legastatnra, and none others, .hall be entitled torrp reaentation aa Mlowa. to wit: Two Delegate from each. Jt.preaeniatlv. District. It la recommended that the primary meeting for the Vmrpc. of electing Delegate, to the State Convention werrin called, be held on Saturday, the 15th day of August; ISHat .uch hour, ..may be de.lgn.ted. ...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 13 August 1874

9 Soott patter?;. Tlta Saasas Chief. SOL. MILIEIS. fablUhef. Two Dollars A Year, Advascx. rayrnentebould be made strictly In rime) V,7. vSft1? C Ir ye" will be charged, t tie discretion of the Publisher. A3.-p-ortlj3ln.g Ratoa: ilmo. 3 mo. 6 mo. lyear. . .. 'fiso 1300 iron fiooo ... 1 4-00 TOO 1000 J700 . I TOO 1000 1700 23.00 , . 10 00 15 00 23.00 40 00 13 00 23 00 40 00 73.00 123.00 40X0 TiOO 13000 One Square ... TwoS0re . . Thr Sanarrs Ouarter of Column ... Half m Column Due Column For any other length of time, In accordance with the above rates, which apply only to regular advertising. Business cards ol 5 line or less, pa year. Tor Legal and transient advertisements, II per aqnare for the first insertion, and 30 cenU per aqnare for tach aub seqnent Insertion. i-pccial KntlcM will be charged 30 per cent, extra : and editorial advertisement and personal communications, doable pnee, , . Eight line of solid Nonpareil mate one aqnare. All fractions of half a square and over, are coun...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 13 August 1874

got the -famcr. 0 OaOnrlas mll. Scarcely oy variety of tlie largest frmiU color aud ripe w weH ifleft to perfect themselves on the tree; aud especially is thfttroe with respect oears. Summer Tirieties as they approach matfrrity loosen tbdr bold eornswhatou the limb, and by gsntlv raisin the fruit they will rasily detach themselves at the proper period. This is an excellent test and may always bo relied on To clor np fruit nicoly, all that is necessary will be to spread a blanket on the floor of a cool room, and then thinly and evenly place the fruit on the floor A second blanket must be spread over them, and in a short time the effect of this treat ment will be apparent in the most golden-colored Bartletta and neb mddy-looking Seckels imacinable. Pears peftected in this manner rare ly have Ue mealiness of thrir naturally ripened companions; nor do they prematnrely decay at the core as when left on the tree. As a general rule, all small frnits are gathered too early; aud as high colo...

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