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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 11 February 1875

;' -"-. V &R &'' SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. THE CONST1TUTI03T AND THE UNION". TERMS?2.00 PER ANNUM, LN ADVANCE. 5 VOLUME XVni-NUMBER 34.1 TROY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1875. WHOLE NUMBER, 918. 3tfi nfc. nv-v fFuwiumii m m 1M mM v5 lit MMtt Itofcfcw. T7P IK AN ATTIC. Htlf of a cold ring brls ht. Broken Id djy of old; One yellow carl, boe Hcht GUddtnrd raj ejei of old; A betbcr-prig turrvto. Plucked on the meanUin bine, When In tbe abide nsd dew - TVe roamed erratic ; e lat. An old book of wrac Tbee bare I treuored Jons, Up In an attic, f "- Held In one muVluBdX ThBf EMO fnVafii to no:" . Of Lot Fame,- Fatherland, All that it main to Die! Lore I with thy wounded wing. Tip the volda lenniup. WefAuZ, too sad to inj! Fame drad to iiltyl Land that denied me bread! Count me aa lost and dead. Tombed In the eity. Dally tbe buaj roar Unrmnra to me of men Dashing acalnat Ita shore, Groans the great aeaof men; Bat night by sight It flow Slowly to atrange repa. Calm and mo...

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 February 1875

fSfic Ifaasia Iiicf. ,. 3HH-X.13K, . Editor. t,OL TEOT, KANSAS: February 11, 1875. Thursday, Attention! iv, see, by ! neportTorfte A.ljataut-General We.sce,"" -ri,u.bnnr-. on the f the BUte. "--,,.' " ,th ie "''irwSnw.nt. Our.npointiuentd.les Ilnp" --1. - . " ,lt H,tM ranit "- Obe Craig is the otiicr e. MorSOtD, !-'' 1IIMU -J - . ..., Tl,n I. MHTIfr h iri.fc Qaartcrmter. Now we can account ',' Bnffl . ' firc that I. " bnrninB witLin :"" W to .ears pas. lines ., '!,.t it ai beart-buni, and last r all we were ruteweeVswUbwbat the doctor. "1 . .... Lriifivr i. w.ih mill- aid was fever. " " -'" " "" urv fire bnruing within us aU the tttne. V,. uJa continual U&S, . " limeboav, or to stjck something. All the while, Z wre'!RH"Wu'of onrrank, until the Adjutant i. Tienort eufislit'cned ns. Kow the common rim of folks must look ont. We are like Doc. Grant, when he requested the sentinel to hold Iiis borse-we waut people to rwiwct our rank. We must be saluted iu milita ry style, and be add...

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 February 1875

I t P B - R - 'oat pattas. Til Sm Chief, SOL. MILLER. gxabllaliar. TonnB Two Dollaes A YfAZ, t Adtaxci. Fymeat should be msds strictly ia adTiacei ettrwia. trateof 3 per year will be chrgd, at Si discretion of tbcPBhUaher. a 3.trr-t1gilTig 2Fta.toi I cm. 3 ma 6 mo. 1 year. Oh Soun - " M0 HMO TwoSflUares 0.00 17.00 TtmSutH T-00 10JO 1100 85.00 Quarter of a Caiman 10-00 13.00 55.00 40.00 Hair a Column 40.00 7M0 OaeColumn 3J0 -J0 "0-00 For any other length of time, la accordance with the abore rati, whfch apply only U regular adrertlalag. JIuIneMcardscd5Irncel,5ayear. Tor Legs! and transient sdrertisenients, ft per square or the first insertion, and SO cents per aqnare fur each sub aeqoeot Insertion. Special Xotlces will be charged SO per cent, extrai and editorial adrertleement asd personal communications, double price. Eight line of eelid Xonparril make one aqnare. All fraction of half a, square and erer, are eonnteda a fall square. AdrertlsemesU requiring to- be errtiflod to, wm be ...

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 February 1875

STSelffflmcr. Practical Sacgeatlaas. rwMn". tolMmng farm gates are nuisance Snwances. Any iun with ordinary intel- fi'i-nee n nale a B""1 P"e f "nRu nd baoR " s" ,bat lt wiU Pa and but con' -lenleDtly. Bars are nluVfosliioried nuisances, difficult to construct, diDicnlt tuonen, and more diflicult to eliut. A good former uowadaya dis cards tbem as he should. - " In open weather take tho opportunity to put th fence in thorough repair; straighten up poet, replace old plank with new, and drive a nail when needed. Worm fences are efTectiTe barriers, hut the cornsra.are hot-beds for the production of noxious weeds. If planks or wire are n ot handy, it would be better to stake the corners and lay the rails straight,, so that the plow may run close to the fence Hue. Don't, leave your wagons, mowing machines etc., in the weather. It rots the wood and rnsts the metal. A shed bnilt with rough, posts and covered nitb straw will save many a dollar as a covering for such things. Faint the wood wo...

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 February 1875

V X fil i SOL. MILLEB, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. i TEBMS$2.00 PER AXXlffl, IX ADVANCE. GT VOLUME XVUX-NIBIBER 35. TROY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1875. WHOLE NUMBER. 919. wmm w r- (Strife KATIOgAI. AKTHBK-1875. BT WILLIAM I. CALLAGIUH. Crit Frecdon, from her moaaUIn height. " Wbfct tf the vale that He below t Who now the olden battle light Anlut the olden foe!" Sloth, Luxury, and Pomp and Pride, JtoM each In tarn, and each replied ; -While freedom, wrtb her mountain-bird. TLms4 from the ejriwl cliff, and heard. Said Sloth on elbow atrctch'd at length, And lookins op with languid ejea: "DnrTaleeareqaiet; all our atrength la quiet erer Gee. The rears come in, the years go out; WeieelkMflar.webtsaraoabont; , TIN efcuie W4Mrll.nX . & lint tears i quiet In their groove. 814 Tuiutj from roW of far. And velvet skirt and bed of down . "We sometime feel oar mansions stir; Xon yet bare toppled down; The trumpet blast we hear afar; IVbsu nearer comes the dl...

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. — 18 February 1875

asasaMaeai jaysLiiumiiJutiiiiii J Sbe ftaKas & SOL. MTE-XaEK, Editor. TEOY, KANSAS: .Thursday, : : : February 18, 1875. The Newspaper Question. In another column, ire copy a pertinent arti cle from the Eldorado (Bntkr Countj) Una, on the eulject vf daily nd country newspapers. It Is a question that ranch concerns the publish ers of conntry papers, for they are gradually .finding themselves crowded out, and one source of patronage after another being lopped off. The trimhle is not so much from the daily papers. They bare become a public necessity, and fill a "trsnt that the country papers cannot snpply. If country, papers had free access to the advant ages of the Associated Press, they could make no -use of it willi a weekly paper. The great troub le is with the city weekly papers issued from daily-offices. The reading matter, having ap peared in the daily, and been paid for in that "Way, is then placed in the weekly, without cost except for paper, press wort and mailing, and thu...

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 February 1875

faral patta. The Kansas Chi' SOL. MILIaBR, FnblUhar. Tor-mail Two DouaM a, Tui, Dt ADVasc. .Payment should be a ode itrietl j in idruci : otherwise, the irate of 3 pr year will b charged, at tie diaerction of tbe Pnbllaher. Xrozrt1fVTts Itatoa t 1 mo, 3 ma. 6 mo. 1 year. One Sonar &" 300 WXO 110.00 TwosSuare. 0 0J 17.00 ThreeSanarM TOO 10.00 17.00 25.00 Qnarterof a Column 10 00 13X0 25.00 40 00 lialf. Column 15.00 2100 40 00 7500 One Column -00 " 75J0 MM For any other length of time,. In accordance -with the aborc ratea, which apply only to rrsular advertising. Business carda ot 5 lines or leu. 15 a yea'. For Legal and transient advertisements, 11 per Minare or the Bret insertion, and SO centa per sonars for each eu'j. eequeat tnsertiun. Special Notices trill be charged SO percent, extra i and editorial adrertiacmenta and personal communications, double price. Eight linea of aolid Xonpareu make one aqnare. All fracuonaof half a aqnare and over, are counted aa a full aqnare. Adve...

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. — 18 February 1875

far tftc farmer. Marketing Collie. An rxcuatige sajs: There lias one time or an other tocu a great ileal of both humane ami com- limn u&e, aim ejmuu ini-wHire-i iuiui-iiuc t-d in the treatment uf cattle, from the tune tLev lriic the country to be sent to market till they are dUposcd of. Smietiiiies they have been irratcil to an eicesx'neU large feed of coin, no as to heat them up anil make them drink water cx cesshelv.thru giitiB the teller good weights when the auinwU are Mild. Sometimes they hae been well united for the purpose of stimu latirc tbo driukiiis lirncxsa. Sometimes cattle lime armed at our janls after a Rood rnn on the ,ri .wl liim l..-rn nnlrred off from water and lent on haj, and sometimes com, nntil Monday nioruiiiR, when they arc cineUcd to drink an nmouut of water that will weigh at least lifty or sixty pounds per head ajpimt the bnyer. Quito annraberofcattlu bae, one time or another, that have been thus treated, died in the ard, or brforo rcachinc the i-aiten...

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. — 25 February 1875

i.-- !i SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AXD PUBLISHER, THE CONSTITUTION (AUD THE UNION. - TERMS-$2.00 PER ANXU3T, IN .ADVANCE. VOLUME XVni.NTTMBER 3Q.I TROT, KANSAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25, J875. WHOLE NUMBER, 920. ctfef mtmm i- Choice Itotftir. JKHOVAH. " The fllow'lnciocm,.by Ukr&BATEX, tbe dlttlnnUUed KouUb tioO, hM probably bad more rrnprct paid to It than any aimlUrprodartion of modern time. It wa trasftUUd late Japa&rK, lv order of tlie Enpcror, embrol fUred vttb gold, and aMixntd place In the temple of Jeddo, with other Merrd embrll&b meets. It vti also tran.Utod Into the Cblnrae and Tartar langna;--. Inscrib ed on ctudly allk. and banjrnp In the imperial palareat Tekfn, m a half-Mcrcd ornament. O, tbou Eternal Owl whnae prtenc bright Jill spacr doth oorapr, all tnntlon guide; Unchanged .tbfoab time's all dersatatiDs flight; Tbon mlj God ! tbrre a no God beside. 1lnaborea!Ibr1nt 3JthtrOnefcr " Wbocmisov UH'f Piflia fWevH art nffexlr! - "STho fiUVt exigence with Tbjrwlf alone. ...

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. — 25 February 1875

he 5&raHiS $iutf. BOI MlXXsER. . Editor. .isasessaeV TEOY, KANSAS: Thursday, : : : February 25, 1875. God in the Constitution. Tliis ijncstion is now being sBitated more tmtigly than ever. They bavo a nationat asso ciation for tlio jmrposf, and are now organizing branch and local associations. They have re cently been holding meetings at Leavenworth for this purpose; and the proceedings, resolu tions and declaration of ol.jects, were as long winded as if tho matter were of some conse quence. What sort of a being is God, any how, that those who pretend to be his most devout wor shippers imagine that be can bo flattered by a newspaper puff or a resolution of endorsement? Is God iovainthat be can be flattered by the compliment of his name in the Constitution, into bestowing some special blessing upon this nation, that he would withhold if he was not endorsed in tho platform f The Constitution as it is, was framed by patriots, and nnder it, onr Govern ment has enjoyed a prosperity u...

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. — 25 February 1875

ewawf - V I St. fcrv F ?0jmt ptftflft. T2ae -ggziss,s Chief. SOL. MIUUBIK, Fubllsbar. Two Doluu A Tnax, a Auvajcz. Payment should be made strictly In advance: thenri; ihsnl of Pftrjnr will be charged, t the discretion of the Publisher. oUrortlprlTig Rates: 1 mo. 3 mo. 6 mo. 1 year. One Square "j "M Itm" 110 00 TmSnim 700 10 00 17 00 SS?SJS5 7 00 10 00 17 00 25.00 OniTurofVoJln 10 00 15.00 25.00 40 00 fi3fIColumn..!Tn liOO 85.00 40 00 7S.00 For any other length of time, in cordance with the bore rates, which apply only to regular advertising. Business cards ol S lines or less, tS a year. Tor Legal and transient advertisements, II per square or the first insertion, and SO ccnta per aqnare for each anb aeqnent Insertion. , Special XoUees will be charged 30 percent, extra t and editorial advertisements and personal communications, double price. . . Eight Unea of aolid Konpareil mate one aqnare. All fractions of half a aqnare aijd over, are counted aa a foil ATverHecmsnU requiring to be ...

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. — 25 February 1875

,g0 lite gimtt. ''1''SVVriVrvvvfvvvvvvvvvv Haw le Quirt HarHi. According to a discovery made liy Prof. Shiff , of Florence, a discovery which has been push ed beyond him by many others It was found that it was ciaite enonglt to tonch the nostrils of a horse, simply passing the finder aloug the sides of bis uose, to stop the activity of tlioieart and respiration, and stop concionsness in a measure, lie did not find, hat left auother to find it. that interchange between tissues and blood is also stopped. It is v ell known tiow that most of tbese men who succeed in quieting violent bnr- wa nut f llIl ttttjvofa In ft,,. ..-.ft if,.l uimtllHl in the uares. Merely touching these parts may produce some effect; pressing bard upon thrm Las far mora effect. It is not essential that the application be made there, as a pressure of the lip may produce the same thine. In some ani mals rabbits and cninca niirs if we nass nee dles into their chest and heart, so as to judge of respiration ana circul...

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 March 1875

v. " II 1 J Jtt , , ; .? SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. THE CONST1T U TION -AND THE "UNION. i TEBMS-$2.00 PER AJtTJUM, IN ADVANCE. Ft! Pi VOLUME XVIIL-NIJMBER 37.1 TROY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 4, 1875. WHOLE NUMBER, ' S5 ffiMrf Wn$ 1 lL ssssssrii gWWI&tl (tiMtt Itocim ULNDPOOR. BT ROBEBT KOLLK8. .ui -nniher offer, wife fort v acre morn ' Of bi'b od drj rich prairie laud. & lercl a a floor; Ithoagbt I'd wait and you first, an. Lawyer Whitln Mid 7aletl how thin -a wllUarn out bt, a womaa U ahead. lid wbr o tlii lot Ispald for, and we Iiavr jrot the deed. m that I am utiified-it all the land we seed j ltd n-it well see about the yard, and fix the house np I better home. ' j 1 xi mxuijr, in the courts of time, to hare a wife. yfcn-f ii no uae of talking. Chxrien you buy that forty morr, , ladwrll ge arrimplnc aSlour llTea, audalwayabeland poor. Fvr tfalrty yearn wb't taed and tared, denying half our ! TTiile all we hare to ahuw for It Is tax receipts and deeds. r4"3tbe!and....

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 March 1875

Frodneed by the bite of a rabid wolf. I irold ain believe, for the take of poetical justice, that this was true. Another item of intelligence, to be found in the history of the war, may have tome reference' tuuur tale. 1 fiud.tbat, in the Summer of 1761, Colonel Bntler was engaged In the pnranit of Cornwallis, in bis retreat from Albemarle- to wards Willianisburgu'; my inquiries do not ena ble mo to say, with precision, whether it was nr frieod Arthnr Butler who had met this pro motion. Ilia snfSeringsiu the cause certainly de terred such a reward. Horse-Shoe Bobinson, after the close of the war, returned to his farm, where be lived to a Very great age, enjoying to the last the confi dence aud esteem of all who knew him. ilte Itensas dOitM. 60L. BriXXJEK, ... . -Editor. TKOY, KANSAS: Thursday, March 4, 1875. Fails to Come to Time. The editor of the Oskaloosa Independent is raatinc a poor speculation ont of the Leconipte matter. Having pitched into us for pnbliihing' the Judge's revi...

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 March 1875

Jowl jpatto. The Kansas Chief. SOL. MILIKIt, PublUhtr. Tormot Tiro doixau x Till, is Autaxct. Payment inould be a. .tnctli in adv.nc . .therwiee, the rats of f3 pur year tflecnarged, t tbe diKrtUon of the Publisher. A.&rvo'xm w1 n s Hatos: " 1 1 mo. 1 3 inn. j 6 mo. 1 1 year. -I JXSO I 400 . , 700 .10 00 . . 15.00 . 125.00 One Sre TW " Tin SHaarej , -- toirttrof a Column Jalf a Column .. (me Column ; 2.00 117 00 7 00 10 00 1000,1700 1100 ! 25.00 23 00 I 40 00 110 00 17 00 35.00 40 00 75.00 40 00 73.00 1 150.00 for any other length of time, in accordance with the aieve rates, which apply onlv to rrsnlar advertising. Baalneas cards oi S line, or lean. 13 a year Tor Legal and transient advertisements, II per aqnare tie first insertion, and 50 cent per srjnare for each anb .Mtent insertion. j.forial advertisementa and personal communicaUima, ..able price. rirtt line, of aolld Nonpareil male one aqnare. AH fijruonaofhalfa square and over, are counted aa a full "Advertisements reqniri...

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 March 1875

got tfa Ijamw. Tka XtEnliDd Dronghl and lit Caaara. Jnst now it look as if the drought, which will render tho Whiter of ISM 5 a memorable fine ia New England annuls, ia over, but it is not too. late to coniAVr its lesson. For six months the lieople ut the Eastern Slates have been complain ing of want of rain, Hardly a mill in New Eng- gluna out lifts ucen imiigm u,suurieii i nmk' liiR h.mrs, or perhaps shut ;dorni altogether. Hardly a city w hone water sniiply has not leeu n source- of anxiety for weeks, threatening to fail utterly If relief did not come from the clonds. llanlly a farmer whims cattle have not been saved from suffering by au extra amnnnfof labor ami exii:nse in providing therii with their daily drink. Water has been au article of commerce in many f onr towns, and the situation was growing worse dsf by day. There have been seveie droughts in Winters before, but not often oue of such length, extent, and far-reaching ninn cuces. And we can Mama only ourselves and ur anc...

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 March 1875

bwa BS? f? i SOL. 3III.LER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. THE CONSTITUTION" AND THE "ONION. i TERMS-$2.00 PER ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. lleriltp ftltfftf " 3Btafcu VOLUME XVIII.-NUMBER 38.1 wut THE VAIE OF SHAHOAXAK. UT JUHS UiCKE. Tb 111 nif of lirlsbt sridrti rallfys, tarufTin lite Eastern hndf, TShrtt lrauMful btreama rer ripple. And clittrr er rich, yellow und "Wlt-re tlic orchard w lueloa and yellow. Ami palm trrm luxuriant ware; k btn the lunubntone, and bright, srablac fupjihlre Li hul in ttach lWn, imi-wy rmTe. Hut fafrrraud hnshtrrand grantr, .And drart-r than any tame. Is the wift, Milrat rain uf Shananih, lctnlxt the srwn hill and the we. TThry ti-11 meof prand, loftr arlmr, Aav la tli wild WMfdrd Wwt, J1M th lime, ttleut drptha of jnrat furcata, hem iWh Im-U rck the finw'rtt t rent V here the lirijht iwn? birds, with beautiful plumage. Flit 'nHind the laidi renin re and nine Like U cj. mitred fnugr f a cloudlet. Wind blown 'nrnnd a rainbow in Spring, lint fairer and brighter and greene...

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 March 1875

9ht Stattifti.. BOL. Editor. TBOY, KANSAS: ii't Thursday, March 11, 1855. Reform Ban Wild. It U the easiest tiling in the world to make a nnirauee of a good tbiDg or a curse of a Messing, when those baxlnetbemamgecieut of tbe bus iness! do not comprehend or appreciate it- Iu France, Liberty wa made a terror; in 8pain, religion was worse than bell; aud in Kansas ire fear, retrenchment and reform will tiruveacorso to tbe public service. Tbe late Legislature, in pits of the issnes noon which it was elected, had reform on tbe brain badly, and went to work catting down prices pennisenonslr, regardless of Justice or good policy. Everjtliiug it the shape of fees or salaries was cut down, frou Governor to Notary Pnblie-everytbing except tbe pay of tbe members of the Legislature. And it was generally done without any discrimination or common sense. There was donbtles a necessity for the reduction of some fees and. salaries, but the thing has been badly overdone. For instance, the salary of 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. — 11 March 1875

gm -patta. Tbe Zansas Chief. gOL. MILLEK, X'ubli.h.r. Tormst T0ToaauiTsuut,iAuvaxci. Payment should be j.iirictly in advance; etberwiee, the rate of t3 per year a tJ ! "barged, U U"o "f the Publisher. 1 no. 3 mo. 0 da 1 jemr. .Sqnxn tLSO S.OO 17.00 fIO.00 T..s3oTM M 7.00 10.00 17.00 iMuares 7- l0- "-" i A!irt,r of a Column 10.00 13.00 25.00 40.00 Jif, Column 1S.00 25.00 40.00 7i00 .Column 85.00 40.00 75J0 15000 Tot any ctner ling10 f time. In accordance with the VT ratea. t bkb apply only to regular adTertieing. Bn,ini card" ol 5 lmea or leae. t5 a year. Ttt Legal and transient adTrrtlsemanta," tl per aqnara 1, tie first Insertion, and 50 cent per aqnare for each aub- ?erial Notices will be charged 50 pr cent, extra : and ,4u5il advertisements and peraonal communications. rirtt lines of aolid Nonpareil make dne aqnare. AH liuonsofbalfa aqnare and over, are counted aa a, full Srertisementa requiring to.be certlned to. will bo l tb. cost of certifying; la addition to the regular "lrii...

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 March 1875

gw tfte farmer. IlCIX JN SHADE TBKES MBKAJI. - 8Alfi Tlie Erst nnii nms-t important duty of every fanmr of Koiiios after bmluiiipnliuiise lo reside, iu. ami feiwing afield for grain. U the Vlantlns .f an urcliani ofelleleetd fruit, adsptert to lliowil ami climate. Koth'malds a.i much to tliu appearance ami value, or a praino fann, and :itso tins experience of uarly settler proves that iKitbing is more profitable. In no State of tliu Uuiou do fruit tree grow more rapidly, bear earlier, or produce more abiin- ilaiitlv. loose wuo uau me wivoikui, i ujiuih iiere some eight or ten years ago, to plaut fruit trees aud vines, are now awarded an abiindance of lncions fruits, botli for borne rise, and for rale in a market wbere the scarcity causes the high est nritts to berea'ized. The inimigrauts or the present lay have many -advantages, iu respect toorcl.anl planting, ocr The first settlers. The latter bad many . lifficul rirt to contend with, that need not trouble any one Jit present. In t...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
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