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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 20 August 1874

, " """" --- -. - i i Ctjwt -.- --- --. - -- v jj3 -; "Jl miller, editor axd PUBLISHER. THE CONSTITUTION-AIH) THE TTNION. TE33IS-$2.00 PER ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. l VOLUME XVni.-NTJMBI 9.1 TROY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 20, 1874. WHOLE NUMBER, 893. Choice focim 100KINO OVEB THE GATE. BT JEiX IIXXLOW. slit chinge baa made the pasture sweet, J reached the daisies at my feet, in " cloud that wears golden hem J Tin levely world, the hilla, the pward ln all look freah, aa If oar Lord Bat jeaterday had finished them. id here t the field, with light aglow) Hw fresh the boundary li nie treea ahow, ltd how ita.wet leaves trembling shlnel ct-een their trunk, come through to me rit aoaning .parkles of.tbe e Brh the let el browiinjjlilie- lie the pool, more clear by half Ttm pi J. where other water, lengb Cp at the breaate of coot and rail. Tbrre. aa .he passed It on her way, Ins-reflected, vesterday, A maiden with a milking pail. Tlrre neither slowly nor in haste. One hand npon her .lender waist, T...

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 August 1874

fo 3H0H5 feOL. 3nTJ.T!R Editor. . TBOY, KANSAS: Thursday) : : : : : August 20, 1874. Republican State Convention. A DvJrsata Cnnvenjton of tie Republicans of the State e K12BW, will be held In KepreorntaUjavIIall. to the dtr tit lopels, on Wednesday, the Kth day of August. A. D. leri, t tie boor of 10 a. sl, for the purpose of nominating candidates for the following offices, to wit: JJoTeToor, LleutonanWGovernor. Secretary of State, Ao ditorof State, Tresanrrr of State, AttornryaJeneral, So iwrlntendenlhr Public Instruction, one Associate Justice f the Supreme Court. . Allortii-Com.tln.lrpllyeTx.nltrf at tbesHtlne " iaat Lerlslatorc. d now otnere, .ball b. entitled to rrp ntatiooaa follows, to wit: Two Delate, from each Itrnreaenutire. District. ST reeommended that tb. primary if " tarpon of electing DelegaU. to the State CenUon LwtocJled. bo beld on Saturday, the lJtb day of Angusf, SSt .nth hour. mty b, Cnmltteofe.chEepruUTeDi.trict,orintbeTt n there be no such Committee, by the C...

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 August 1874

-J i - - 'V V V." t - ) h - 1 foal gutters. Tla .Sanaaa Chief. SOI. IVIILLKR, Fnbliarier. Tonaa: TwoDOLLiATt,IADTjUiCX. Firmest should be made atrtcUy la advance; thenslfe, the rata of U per year will be charged, at the discretion of the Publisher. Ins. 3 mo. ft mo. lyear. One Square Two Squares ........... Three Squares Quarter of a Column..., Half a Column. ......... Cae Column". ........- tiOO 7J 10.00 17X0 25.00 40.00 73X0 110.00 17.00 15.00 40X0 75.00 150X0 too TM 10.00 15.00 55.00 7.00 10.00 1A00 S5.00 40X0 For any other length of time. In accordance with the above rates, which apply only to regular advertlsiag. Business card ot 5 Unra or leu, $5 a year. lor Legal and tranaient adrertiiementa, f 1 per square lor the first insertion, and SO cenU per aqcare for each sub sequent insertion. , Special Koticea win be charged SO percent, extra: and editorial advertisements and prraonal communications, double price. Eight linra ef aolid Xonpareu mate one equate. All fractions of half ...

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. — 20 August 1874

tfH. a aar" . - -. -. . - iT"mim iimmmmMrninnrnrMMMmmiwmMimKr'mmmm-MfM gat flte mm. 3taf.il ml Mffl!& MMViniv EXTEBHI.TATWO WEBBS Uf ACCIST. Weed's were made for tlie purpose of develop ing the fertility of tie soil when tbe farmer fail to perform bis duty. Wben the toil Iscnltirated properly, weeds will uot Infest the land. Bat when (he coil is wliolly neglected, or is cultiva ted in cut-and-coverper fuoctory manner, weeds spring up, cboke every useful plant, and take complete possession of tbe fields, gome weeds ire annuals, springing from tbe seed and rnktn riiig the plants daring the growing season; oth ers are biennials, requiring a plant of two sea sons to come to nistnrity; while others are peren nials, continuing, like grass, from year to year. .Weeds have obtained such foothold on many farms that even good land cannot yield half a crop. When passing across s small 6eld of wheat recently, thirty-two different sorts of weeds were collected among the stnbble. August, at th...

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 August 1874

.,- SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. THE CONSTITUTION AND THE ONION. i TEKMS-S2.00 PER AXXUM, IN ADVANCE. VOLUME XVnL-NIBIBER 10.1 TROY, KAESAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 27, 1874. WHOLE NUMBER, 894. , . i i-i... ii . , .,.-,.,, - . ... . a-amnsisessssssmnamnm.a- r tPv 1 Choice Itoctm GOME AWAY. I kc the fann-hoose, red aid oldt- Above lu roof the maples away t The hill, behind are bleak aid cold, Tbe wind cooes np and diea away. Y pua Into each empty room, And aa I face, a rnawlsg pain la at mj hear), at Uoueht of thoao yrto er will pan the doorajatei And,' strolling down the orchard slope. " (So wide a Uaenen grief will crarsj Each dead leaf aeems a withered hope, Each mossy hillock looka a grave. '; Thev-willisotbearmaif Icall? -They will not aee me If I atarti , Tie Antamn Autumn -with It aSrii And worae than Autumn In my heart. --l 0 XeiTf t, m dry. ind dead, tad wre! I can rec&l! some happier baara, "When Summer' glory uocered there, And Soioiiicr' beaut toachM tbe flower. -A dow...

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. — 27 August 1874

le ISausas SOX.. 2 -. . Editor. TROY, KANSAS: Thursday, : : : : : August 27, 1874. The CeHVCHtloH sbera for Oov- eraor. Up to midniglit "Wednesday, when we left To peka, the Convention bad nominated only Got ernor end IJeatenact-GoTernor, then adjonrned until this morning, wben the ticket will be com pleted. Got. Oiborn waa rc-nomlnated on the second ballot. M. J. Salter, of Seoebo Connty, was nominated fur LfeuUnant-Gorernor on the third ballot. After the nomination for Governor, Col. J. C. Carpenter, J. D. Snoddy.and Ben. F. Simpson, left the Convention, as bad been preconcerted tn neh a contingency, expecting a general stam pede of nearly half the Delegates ; bnt tbey were awfully mistaken, as bat few followed them. It will take a few votes from Osborn, bat not enough to seriously injure him. We learn that the editors of some six or eight newspapers, mostly patent onteldes, also met and agreed to bolt the nomination fur Governor. We shall give fall particulars in oar next. The fo...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 27 August 1874

I foral fattens. Th.o Kansas Chief. SOI. MILLSB, Publisher. Tormsi Two Dollaes a Teas, ut Adta&ce. Payment should be made strictly in advance; ethera-lse. tte rateof 3 per year -Kill be charged, at the discretion of the Fnbliaher. .trortlglaxs X.toas: 3 ma 6 mo. 1 jear. One Square Two Squares ....-.. Three Squares Quarter of a Column . Half a Column. ... One Column li.00 7.00 10.00 IS 00 25.00 40 00 tuno 10.00 17.00 23.00 40.00 7500 110.00 17.00 23.00 40.00 7i00 150.00 4.00 T.00 ltf.00 15.00 2S.00 For any other length of time, in accordance with the above rati, which apply only to regular advertising. Bnsineas card of 5 lines or less. l year. For Lent and transient advertisementa, el per agnire tor the flrit insertion, and SO cent per square fur each sub sequent insertion. Special "otice will lie charged 50 per cent, extra i and editorial advertisement and personal communications, double price. Eicbt lines of solid Nonpareil mate one square. All fractions of half a square and ov...

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 August 1874

mkmnmmWBB''KBBBma ' ' ' . S1B,iaataSB gw ffee &mwx. ijjijKtmwuimuww'' " " ' mm"mmmn m m m - nriiviiiiwvvwy FUnliBf Blrawberile. Strawberries can be et oat now at any time tin to the middle of September the earlier the We see articles a column long of directions for cultivating this frnit, tending only to confuse, not instruct, the uninitiated. The cultivation of strawberries is about as simple and easy as any other amall frnit or garden crop. Tbo soil should be well and deeply pnlverized, made moderately rich, and If it is desired to have a close bed, set the plants, 'this year's growth, from twelve to eighteen inches apart each way. Late in November cover with old stable mannre, to remain until the first of April, when the coarse portions can be removed. Rampart growers, like the'Tnomph" and the Albany, will perhaps do better in hills or rows, allowing them to be two feet between the rows, andeighteen inches between the hills. Wo raised this year, however, a splendid corn of Rn...

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. — 3 September 1874

f A W i u wknx 'hqI. MILLER, EDITOR AM) PUBLISHER. THE CONSTITUTION' AND THE UNION. ( TERHS$2.00 PER AXX17X, IX ADVANCE. - 'VOLUME XI-yPMBER 11. TROY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1874. WHOLE NUMBER, 895. Choice ItocttiT. fln.li out, thoo clowine ember Of a jrar tlit i expiring, With tbc name of red September TL maple woodlands nnug; Willi tie sparkle and the ghuter. And IbetlusU of royal wine. . TVrm onr chilly hearts, ere Winter thall eeal tbe with bis Mini. Tne sumach boab li turning To jeld and crimson splendor; The maple wm1s are burnln far in the distance tender. The tinted Bill -idea glimmer Witbin a purple haze. Their brightness growing dimmer. As fade the Autumn days. The Tinea, In gorgeoua tangle. O'er boary rocks are trailing. Each roughened Ioint and angle With brown and scarlet veiling; And where the ine-tree towers. The purple aelers bluum. jjiims their alarrj flowers To light the emerald gloom. Tie apple tree commences To abed Ita fruitage mellow; TVide the orchard ...

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. — 3 September 1874

tom-as. $Mei ,sOL. 3nX.XJEIt, EOltor. TROY,- KANSAS: Thursday, -: : : September 3, 1874. KEPUBLICAN STATE, TICKET. For Governor, THOMAS A. OSnOR. Of Leswenworih County. For Lieutenant-Goeernor, SI. J. SAI,TEK, Of ""eoho County. For Secretary of State, THOMAS II. CAVAHfAX'GH. Of Saline County. For State Treasurer, SAMUEL. MM'W. Of Sea)ha Connty. For Stale Avditor. i. XV. WH..WER. Of Boaibon County. For Attorney-General. A.3VV. kahuolph, Of Coffiey County. For Associate Jiutia of lie Supreme Court, I. JI. VALETOIXE, Of Franklin County. For Stale Superintendent of TiMie Instruction, J Oil. FKASER, Of Douglas County. For Congress, Fieri District, . WILLIAM A. PIIHXIPS, Of Saline Connty. Republican Connty ConTention. The Republican voter! of Doniphan County are reqncst sd to meet t their or vera! voting jn-ecincta, on Saturday, October 3d, 1874, to elect Delegate to a Republican County Convention, to be hell in the Conrt House, at Troy, on TIITJBSDAT, OCTOBER 8, 1874, at 11 o'clock, a. m...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 3 September 1874

fm xt r i gocal gtnttcrjJ. rvnlral Cammltlre Heeling. Doniphan County Eepublican Central Committee ' uai to adjournment, In tbe Conrt House, it " '"""tow-Ut September tat, 1874. Win. C. Searcy .Vrtrf Secretary, 'oared and carried, that there be a Bepnulican I114. .... -a!!Mt lo inert al tbe Court Honae- In Cult? Cunvrnu.'- - tt,e rth day of October, 1S74, at tbe boar of 11 "Amoved and carried, that tbe reprteentatlon be ITon the senrral vote cat in 1K3, and that each pre l7he alled onr dclete for erery 40 vcb-s, and every CC nofovrrbalf tbatnumber: and that tbe Republican c Dft:t at their respective precincts, on tbe 3d day of "I' to elect delegates to aald Convention; that the '""jrt, ,,f the Central Committee be preaent at tbe ev. " .. .! t.,.nlA .rlatlnn snil tisv m vn. --IprreinCl". '""- r i . 4 k a ninnr f.f aa-iTtilriitirm trie slaa'fta'ari . t jijp poll be kept open from the beor of 2 nntil S .tKt, p Vot-M and carriA that a con-mlttee of three be appoio . jjjjic the call, and...

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. — 3 September 1874

f ax the farmer. & irncAT mowing. fff hear many complaints or the total or paP tii.1 fjilnre of the wlieatcrop in various sections nf the country. In some places it has been n in it r killed, iu others smitten by rrist, anjin many iUiiTutorl by tin; insects. Thetrnth probably i, that, excepting ilestruction by insects, there is about tlicsamqamotint of-injury receinil from these sources as occurs every year. The business tif collecting information from the nheat grow ing districts is now sosjstematizoil, that vre hear much more of the failures than we were accus tomed to ten ) ears ago. Whole columns of re ports are gnblinhed in the daily neif epapers, aud the story of failure in fifty counties in tbr timun makes a grcKt impression. Wheat has neter bcen so certain a crop as Indian corn. It is a more captious plant in its wants, and must have more careful attention. It demands a porous soil, rich in vegetable matter, such as is found in the "newly cleared lands of the west. Inold...

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. — 10 September 1874

?tf ' NIILEB, EDITOR AND PUBXISHEB. y THE CONSTITUTOR AND THE TJNION. SOL. i TERKS-$2.00 PER ANNUM, IN ADYANCE. VOLUME XVIIL-NTBJDBER 12. TROY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1874. WHOLE NUMBER, 896. - ' m i i Ixanuo M &Mtt l?0trg. "OkSKATlOV OF THE OSEEK ff rm &ou)tain boys, ,,,(1, isV PtaittlntrgJaufht Sntmttr Jit, Si -wa" tvrtom?WHPeiK v M wen. I UUC aUCLXIXaX. sKxember's wooda are freeb and green, jcptemlxr't iU are bright: opiimber'a early morning giowa frith its encrimeoillng light; n-er upland slope, a dewy film I. vaporing beauty clings, gon u the radiance fanej Tell Ocr human proepecta ninga. Serene afar the purpled eonea Of tie Green Moon tains stand, LiU watchmen, armed sentinels GsartisgUealeeTUngland. ScroM alar Champaign a Jill lake Spreads eat its arare abeet. Washing IU wood-engirdled horti, , Washing the mountain feet. The foliage of the lifeless groves Droops o'er tbe Thousand Ialea; ad 'mid those IsUs of emerald green, Tbe Mae lake sleeps and smiles. But ...

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. — 10 September 1874

ywarai . SOL. aiUJCXEIt, Editor. TROY, KANSAS: Thursday, : : : September 10, 1874. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. Far Governor, THOMAS A- OSIJOK.T, Or Leavenworth County. For lAeutanant-Goxerner, 31. J. SALTER, Of Xeosho Conntj. For Secretary of orate, THOMAS II. CAVARAUOH, Of Saline Connty. Fur State Treaeurtr, HAJIL'EL S.APPIf Of Jfemaba County. For State Auditor, I . W. WMJEB, Of Bonrbon County. Tot AttorneyCenerA A. M." F- HAHDOtPlr, Of Coffey County. For AetociaU Justice ef tie Supreme Court, I. M. VALESTWE, Of rranVlin Conntj. For State Superintendent of Public Instruction. JOHS FRASEB, Of Douglas Conntj. For Omgrete, Firet District, WILLIAM A. PIHIX.IP8, Of Saline County. Republican County Contention.- The Eepublican voters of Doniphan County are request ed to meet at their several voting precincts, on tarrafar. October 3d. 1874. to elect Delesatea to a Bepubllcan County Convention, to be held In the Court House, at Troy, on THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1874, at 11 o'clock, a. m, to nomina...

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. — 10 September 1874

Eorot pattern. .jjjq Kansas Cliief. SOI- MILLER FnblUher. Torma: ,,1M . Yab, I Adtasck. Payment should be TtoadTance- .therwlae. the rate of P per year -' '"If JA at Uie discretion of the Publisher. g be charge. "" d0r" '"B JlOH5 I mo. 1 3 ma. 1 6 mo. j 1 ,ear. R-50 4.00 7.00 10.00 15.00 23.00 $5 00 7.00 10.00 15 00 run 10.00 17.00 SS.00 110.00 17 00 25.00 40.00 7500 150 00 OK Si" - ". 5,-fs Column 23.00 40.00 40 00 i75.00 (-aCia1nni JlfcI.Ww- . jii rrfiir other " """ rrrir, " " ,,r ,-r. hkb ply only t" regular advertising. m!mt csnls 5 ""'" or le"- " -re!lr' Jl-,,1 ud transient adiirtisenienta, (1 per sqi-are 'JJ, Grit Insertion, nd 50 cents per square for each sob. ilVrtli'rt will l charged SO percent, extra: and j"wS aihertf-ewents nd personal commnntcations, "St'EoTs f - Nonpareil 'n1 " Tare. All Sjisofbalfa square and over, are counted aa a fall rintments requiring to be certified to, will be (fij. tof2rtiiyfiig. In addition to the regular 'gassiest advertisements must be paid ...

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. — 10 September 1874

m flic nrmc. A nBJIEDT FOB IDE GBJIUHOPPEBN. F. Kramer, of Shannon township, in thia Conn tv, inteato the Kantat Farmer a-very,Benaible nil timclr letter cotieeruinir the grasshopper ci-nrge. Mr. Kramer is oua of onr boit.and most intelligent farmers. He is close observer, and has resided in the fit ate for many years. His suggestions, therefore, are worthy of considera tion. He says of the frraaehopper visitation : "It is a calamity not only of local bat of na tional effects. Every man ought to set his brains at work to devise remedies and make them pnb lic A writer in the Farmer of Angnst 5th, snggest the prairie chickens to be saved to. destroy the grasshoppers. I know they not only eat the grasshoppers, but also their eggs; bnt all '".a1; mit that all the prairie chickensjn the Uuiied States would uot be able to destroy the gra hoppers herein Kansas, and if we would have the required number of chickens they would de mand their pay for it, and not leave us a single grain of all w...

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. — 17 September 1874

-, '? - gOL. MIUER, EDITOR AXD PUBLISHER. THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. i TER3IS$2.0O TER ANXUjI, IN ADVANCE. VOLUME XVHL-NUMBER 13.1 TROT, KANSAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1874. . WHOLE NUMBER. 897. Vtdtb Choice Itoctm SEPTEMBEB IN NEW ENGLAND. KT A. C AISsWOBTH. .v, .Jtad eaou of the year bath come, , , j kaves Ii fading I" J 'bow wooda: tvUooo are Taniahed and the wild bee's hnm t. Iodt nVM the forest xJitnilM. -Lsl are the winds which waved the Summer grain JJyln,Vil iibcle on throusb faded pm and Ions I T. little heard, aave creak ot loaded wain, le'be U.tho farmers' rode Autumnal song. w inn the barns with hay and golden sheaves; ,i tnl necVd squashes hang from kitchen beama: raperopklno atud the roof, from ride to earn, itfiBtbeinnthe eed eucmber" gleama. , . J,.k the urchioa to the orchard tree. bolrrooa. and Inlay with-the '-hemlock pole; (Lin falling' Ah, howacenea like these n child hood back upon the exile's soul! v ibtuaeh the woode, with gun and faithful dog, IV fiaru...

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. — 17 September 1874

&e Ifausasi (BIM SOXa. SDIiLEB, Editor. TROY, KANSAS: Thursday, : : : September 17, 1874. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. Far Governor, tiio:uas a. osbor:. Of Leavenworth County. For Lieutenant-Governor, M. J. NAITKR, Of Xeoaho Canst;. For Secretary of State, THOMAS II. MTAXAtan, Of Saline County. Far Etatt Trecrurer SAMUEL JAVVVS, Of Samhi Cooiit y. Far Stale Auditor. i. iv. wixuek, Of Bourbon County. For Attomrt-Genenl, A. 51- V. ItA.TisXH.PIi, Of Coffey Connty. for AuoeUtt Jiutice of IU Suprmt Court, IK 31. TAI.E."1XE, Of TranUln County. For Stale Superintendent of PiMit Initructim. .lOIIX FHASKIt, Of Don;Us Connty. For Congrtu, Fint Dittriet, Wll.l.WXl A. PIIII.I.H.S Of Saline Connty. Republican County Convention. Tie Republican voters of Doniphan County are request ed to meet at their several voting predncta, on Naturdnv, October 3d, 1S74, to elect Delnpates to a Republican County Convention, to be held in the Court House, at JTroy, on TUTJKSDAT, OCTOBER 8, 1674. at 11 o'clock, a....

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. — 17 September 1874

u m Ipattais. Tlas Kansas Chie StI MILIK. Publisher. TormB! tmxaes Teak, re Advasck. Payment should be .tv-tlTin sdvance, therwlse, the rate of 3 per Tear i 'tJ t the ducreUon of the PablUher. jS.eXvortl wing Xlatos: Imo. 3 mo. 6 mo. 1 year. 42J0 4.00 700 1000 15.00 25.00 COO M 10 04 15.00 25 00 tf30 10 00 17 00 25.00 tiooo noo 25.00 40 00 73.00 150 00 jjf Column 40 00 40 00I7S.OO IWlw UUV CHUT irPflU !-:, ., .,.. uc w . -hii-fc annlr onlr to recular advertlsinr. n, -"-- '," i. .,. l""; .i .-.1 tntitint ilvrrtisementA- 1S first insertion, and 50 cents per aqnare for each snb- 4"LUouc2L will be charged 50 percent extra; and ,wul advertisements and personal communication, rbJkir!inr t ""l"1 Sonparefl maie one square. All JooMtfbalfa square and over, are counted as a full r.Ttiwrotnta remirine to be certified to. will be ,,2$ lie cwtef certifying, in addiUonto thersgular 'jSiuieiit advertisements must be paid for Invariably In ra?nn WORK of aH kinds done on abort notice, as jribtttaea ...

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. — 17 September 1874

m flic gwmtx. THE GKA8aOPPEB. .T. W. Taylor, Esq., UDited States Consul at Wiupejieg, bag contributed a paper npon the rabupper to tbe ifaniloban which la fall nf inter-sting information rn t the ravages of this pent and tbe methods of preventing and destroy ing it. As tliia lively insect Is unw at work throughout nearly the entire West, and is slowly hnt snrelv working its way East, a brief state ment of Mr. Taylor's paper may snggest some timely bints to the snfiVrers by its depredations. The grasshipper is an nncieut enemy to tbe erops and vegetation. Early mention is made of him in tbe records of the Jesuit minion to California. Theycar 1K2 ua very di-saslnmsone. Itnext appeared in 1746, auil afterwards inl753aiidl7Cj, continuing three years. The periodtof great des truction in tills century in California have been 1823, 1833, 1846 and 1655. In 1856, it did much Jrjnly in Texas aud Kansas. Since tbe settle ment of Minnesota there have been 6e grass hopper years; 1856, 1S57, 1865...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
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