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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 18 March 1875

rt i'ii all lliT ' 'r?. r :i 2 V 1 i ) i'-, SOL. MILLER, EDITOE AND PUBLISHER. THE CONSTITUTION' AND THE "UNION. i TERMS-S2.00 PER AJiTfUM, IN ADVANCE. flltXSSrWSTtilmm - sgsg m , gssgg-s ' 11. apBgi i iii ii M 1 ijr- ' r; i r . VOLUME XVIIL-NUMBER 39.1 mt 01. THE OLD BED 3QLL. BT SHIRtUCT CL4JK. Down In the Tallej, Jiwt orer tb hill; Where the winding river flows bnwd and attll. There bUhxI, loo ago, and it sUnds tlirre still. The mosA-growB frame of the old red mill. O! desrlr I loved the ld red mill, . With the wheel that tamed in the water; Bnt there was something to me wa dearer still, It was Xellle, the miller's iUaliter. I remember the day when I and Will, With tackle and line, strolled orer the hill, And the miller Jade us welcome, with hearty good will, Aa he stood in the door of the old red mill. " Yra," said be, lt fs grand for fish. And as our a spot as heart could wish.! He lore, the strand of the mill wheel well, So did hfs good wife, and daughter NelL "The best place ...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 18 March 1875

e mM Wrf. 35lEK, Eaitor. TEOT, KANSAS: March 18, 1875. Thursday, Cheap Life In?arnBCCFac and We last tvrck spVe of a life insurance- fc.itnre t .everal otb.r State., nMcli need, to b better unLi an.l aviated . '' d Fellow., and those, who oughl to bo Odd 1 ..Mow.. SobavUei, rented by "vera ,.c? . ai -ii ..Tiiianaii"" "" illnstra- girr. a more tuorong". "-"- , . tlon of tbe yatem, wlncn . "" i .., i.l,tufoiirability. Ae. will remark, that we believe tbe Masons bave t.rgaiil a Iniilar system. Nut being a member of that fra ternity, we have uot examined their rules; but if tbe system is the .ante, these remark relative to the insurance feature in Odd Fellowship, will apply equally to the Masons. Any Odd Fellow in Rood standing, (they all know tbe meaning of that,) r hi wife, who, up on examination, are fonnd to be in sonud health, may become a member of tlio Funeral Aid by tbo payment of ?2.50. This money goes to form a permanent fund, to be drawn upon to make up deficiencies when memb...

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 March 1875

IF J a v goat gtettctf. T3ao Sansas Clhiefc SOL. .MILIAR, PublUhar. Two Doiuu A Till, u AlVAc. Payment should be made atrictly In advance: otherwise, the rate of (3 per year wiU be charged, at tho ulecrstlon of the rnMUber. 1 1 mo. 1 3 too. 18 mo. jl year. One Square -' TwoSquarca Threo Squares Quarter of m Colnmn.... Half a Column..""- Que Colnmn eio.oo 17.00 23.00 40.00 73X0 130.00 4.00 , 7.00 10.00 17.00 10.00 , 17X0 10.00 13.00 I 23.00 13.00 23.00 ' 40.00 23.00 40.00 i 73.00 For any other length of time, in accordance with the above ratra, which apply only to resular advertlelng. Business cards ol 3 lines or lea. 13 a year. ror Letal and transient advertisements, II per square lur the flrJT Insertion, and 30 cents per sqnare for each sub sequent Insertion. . . . , Special Notices wflllie charted 30 percent, extra: and editorial adTertiemenla and personal communications, doable price. . ... Kizht Unea of eolld Xonparrn make one aqnare. All fraction, of half a aqnare and oier.are ...

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 March 1875

ot the gmmx. M ,,. n-i. .11 1 i 1 1 .!. . . . m..m.iw BrrnUiae Calta. ipi. -Mef art is to obtain a cood niontb: ne 6 I-,, bit at lirrt, anil lc careful not to tnt ami .leaden ttie feelii.j,'. Ky delicately liaudlinc Hie rriustliat iiistaiitanums aiwwtr to Hie "it w civi-n wliicli is bo ilrsirablf, as it remain tbrongu civ life. re. Tlie training of a colt to become perfect as bail .Idle. Home, refjmre nine J""'V nnli rath is ami.le time to brinR it to I .anJ ?n montb not to feel it all friKl.tee.l at ll nd stan.l still bilB ItclHK iiionntol; but ' 11, daily exercise, ami a.il " J",?-. traits wbile on bis back, a aiw "'" -, . , i,v A-r for nix nimitli", '" make nun i".- bftc;a...rnn3erstanuall tb.t required of LTiicre is a crait difference in i-cople'- bands; V " jii better and move to the-! n eklyftW ". ' .. S .nd"iSS nmcli apriority ... one man's maimer rfrfufiis "'' '"' over t bat rTf aimjber. Some men never become gmM horsemen- ilicy mav eommeiico as cbildren, and bave lesso'iis ...

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 March 1875

1 aJl I ft. Ite lit r r h I n 1 Iii SOL. MILLER, EDITOB AND PUBLISHER, VOLUME XVUX-NtMBER 40.! (SUwitt IJflCtm STTKNER. iir joiix a. wnxmcs. MI am not one. who has illszraced! bcanty of sentiment by deformity of conduct or the maxims of a freeman by the conduct of a .tare: bet, by the graco of God. I hare kept my lift unsullied." Hilton's Defense of the People of England. O. mother State! the winds of March Blew chill o'er Auburn ' Field of God, 'Where, slow, beneath a leaden arch' Of clcy, thy mournta; children trod. And now, with all thy woods in leaf. Thy fields In 6ower, beside thy dead Taoa aittest in tby robea of erief, A Itachelyet nncomfortedl Airf.amapttirtbeoTSa swells,'- Once tnore the Us- is half-war hns& And yet aatn the mournful bells In all tby steeple-towers are rang. Jlnd I, obedient tu tby will. llare cumo a simple wreath to lay, Superfluous, on a crave that atill Is aweet with all the flowers of May. I tale, with awe, the task assigned; It may be that my frien...

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 March 1875

tattSHS SOL. MHiUER, . Editor. TEOY, KANSAS: Thursday, : : : : : March 25, 1875. Impatience and Want. It is to be feared tbt in the destitute parte of Kaneae, the gratitnde of deserving poverty fast giving plmce to the cheelc and insolence or professional beggary. In place of thanks for as sistance, it is now the rule to meet with impu dent demands, npon terms dictated by those who aro to receive. The following paragraph, from the Jewell City Diamond, is a fair illustartiou of the prevalent style out west: We h.vs not published tie County Bond Iron-clad oas ii ipK i!CTiZ.,f dentins of the Sunreme oSStSuS Uw. i eon.titutlouaL We hone th. ii. of Jewell County win nerve up and plant In corn &tn eotttwt to sow. (begging the little corn needed) ind live on dodgers next- year, before tbey rote a bond or sign a note for seed ia that wsy. Newspapers in the East ore likowise eevcre in their censures of the Kansas Legislature, for not donating all the surplus money in the Treasury fur the...

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 March 1875

T&ii.jm ?-fl r i fc h . ftaX patta. Th.& Kansas Chief. SOL. HILLBB, Publiah.r. Torxrusst Two Dollau a Tub, nr Aura-icx. rayraent should bo -Bade strictly In adrane; atherwise, the rata oft! per year will be charged, at the Alteration of tie Publisher. &.3.xreirtlslzLS Slates i I year. One Square.............. Two Squares Three Squares Quartered a Column.... 1111 a Colaan -- One Column 110.00 17.00 43.00 40.00 73.00 130.00 for any other length of time, in accordance with the abort rates, which spply only to regular adrertlalng. Business cards oi S lines or leas, IS a year For Legal and transient adTrrtletn.nU, It per square Tor the first Insertion, and 30 cent per anare for each sub sequent Insertion. Special Xoticrs will be charged 30 percent, extra: and editorial advertisements and personal communications, doable price. Eight llnea of aolld Xcs-perril make one sqnsre. All frictions of half a aqnare and over, are counted aa a full Advertisements requiring to be certiBed ...

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 March 1875

Jot tltc larmciv pVaawtfvsarse sss,p Plant Cora. " The following extract from an article in the Bt. Louis Globe, applies with eqcal furcc to the Kansas farmer as to Lis more eastern neighbors: 'As the searon is at hand when our rural friends must not only-l)e considering vv hat crops they will put in for tho coining unmi, but get ting ready to plant them, it sill bo m place to say a few words abont the great western staple, corn. Whatever 'views may be eutertaiued on the snbject of a diversity of crops, and however profitable the planting of flax, tobacco and other unaccustomed crops may prove to be, it is neVr theless certain that corn must proro l be the mam reliance of the farmers of Illiuoii, Miwnun and Kansas, if not of Slates ljing north or that belt. Especially will I Ms prova true during the coming crop season. For the tnojeara last naat the corn crop has been qmte small, not only in the above mentioned Mates, but generally thronghont the country. The yield of 1-73 wai hardl...

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. — 1 April 1875

33fl ,VI Pl : SOLJ'MILLEB, HDITOR AND PUBLISHER. . -"VOLUME XVIII.-:mJMBER 41.1 Mtt' tttftv? T3 A. WELCOME. Anlther bairn cam' banie Hame to mitber and me! Jt waa yeatreen fa the cluamlu. When scarce waa light to eee The w Ut raw a' the larim', That JU greetln' cry waa btariL. . '.. 4"u erewded aetne made iaae To bold aaitber bird! Sax tittle bennie mnntbe, , Ah, niellak' maekle toflll; .But to crudfe tbe bit t' tbe arenUtv For raitber and me were ill 1 Oh! nestle op dueer, deariei Lie eafl en tbe anawj breast, "Where (art tife'a fuonlain flowrth, ' When tb j twx lip era praat. Tbe ricb nan eonnteth his earea J By tbe sblnin' gowd in 'a band, Br a abipa tbat aail on tbe era. By 'a harreata tbat whiten the land; Tbe pair man cuuuteth bia bleaalnga ItT the ris ' rnlees street, - By the hope that Elfhte in the balrnlesern, Uj tbe aoond' bairoiea'.eet.. ; An' it'a welcome hame, my darlin'! Hame to mitber and me! An' It'a never may, to And lees c" levei Thaa tbe love ye broagtat wf jeV C...

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. — 1 April 1875

&titi S -Z: "SoY, KANSAS: mt. : : : : : -P"1 ' 1875. XBU1 . r .o1tp last weet, "f the bnnl einR-le many el fflJtan -Cottar ol.l Connties of ?"'?.? Vtair bio..Kb tbe Winter; but weTr we bad no idea of the real extent of this dcsjlntIon. Kobody has made public complaint, or ut in a claim for aid, bnt there has beeu great nit. There is uo doubt still a great deal, that is eiug endured with silence. If those in actual nesd would but make it known, each community muld doubtless relieve its own destitute. Wo hard of one family that lived along without hhting at destitution. They recently received admittance of $25 or $30 from friends in Iowa. Tie lady then acknowledged that the family had bten living for some days on nothing but lurch ed corn, and would have had to confess their condition and ask fof helJ had not the remit Unce arrived. There has-been little or nothing fur those to do who went anxious to work. The trial is going to tje sovere from now nntil after harvest. Hundreds of ...

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. — 1 April 1875

lii i"i H t t vtit tt r ml gfotte. SOL. MILLERPaMUlup. TorniBi Twp Doiuu a Tui, I Adyascx. Payment should ba made strictly in advance; etterwlse, the rate of S3 per year will be charged, at the discretion of the Publisher. 1 mo. 3 mo. 6 no, 1 year. On. Square "ij "" '0 TwoSqnaree TJ ".0 17.00 ThreeSauaree , - - Qnarurof. Column JMO . 13.00 40 00 2ilf a Column . SiOO 40.00 75.00 One Column S5-00 " nM V0M For any olber length of time. In accordance with the aboTe ratea, which apply only Xo regular advertising. Business cards ot S lines or lees, IS a year For Legal and transient sdrertlsements, tl per square for the first Insertion, and SO eente per eqnare for each aub aeqnent insertion. . . . . Special Jfoticea will be charged SO percent, extra: and editorial advertisements and personal communications, double price. . . Eight lines of aoUd Xonparefl male one aqnare. AH fraeUenaofhalfa aqnare and orer.are counted aa a full AdvevtlaeiiieBta requiring to be ! t wm.be charred the coat of ...

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. — 1 April 1875

s szzan-: -sraes w v- - - ' " - .,nnanannnnnnnna"anaBnnnnMnnanBBnawnaBnasnnnnnaanBnnnnnHnnn . . V -.-.-- m -m ce: -asr (lt ft &MM. - frtrnrir BARXEYf V - - - i is now quoted at (IAO per bnshd, ftj'Shite JUer wlie briDgs 31.20 and hoi r.LJota Spring wheat bnt $1.10. , A fie 1 STeSj bng 20 bushels of amber wbeat will '&' " 0 bS.5.of barley if the soil receive, .the preparation snite.1 for this crop. Beiidea a corn it"bb!e may be prepared for ? barley crop, and nootbercrop U so well fitted for f'0 with clover an this. . 1 'or; ovomence,l hen as - .ill Tver1" Z woridi. not encoraK, ?. Trices become smaller ?J.ul"X. hoidinir fully less day by day, and those "'"" .J for higher prices mnst v?"b5'"n',gitnt i proof granaries, or there will bo no .wheat to sell bV the time the b filler price arrive. It is not at all probable Aat any dlsuter will occur to ?he coming crop of wheat wh.ch is in excellent condition everywhere, and promises well after a favorable Winter. The hope of improve...

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. — 8 April 1875

-aurr -.-."rr?TJ-r1 - f If' ? SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. THE 00118111X11101 AND THE UNION. TERMS$2.00 PER ANNUM, IN ADTANCE. YOLTJME XVnL-NUMBER 42,1 TROT," KANSAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 8, 1875. WHOLE NUMBER, 926. Ifcdtfy v& w X p V m, 1 - V in i .; .-. w f r i i a l ; l!l . -" LV, . (Bfoofe Sfefi. THEHE COKES A SZ2CS. There emnH m time when we grow old, And like eunset down tlie m, .'Slopes gradual, end the nl(ht wind cold Com., whispering ud end ehUIisriyj And locks ere gnj At Winter's day, .And eyre of saddest bine beheld Tbeleave all direr drift away, And lips of faded coral uj, There comes a time wbrn we (rev old. "Tbere comes a time when Jojotfs hearts Which leaped as leaps' tbe uaxUne; main. Are. dead to all saTe memery, Aa prisoner -WseTint;ssrebiBr. Anduawaofday- Hath passed away: The moon hath Into darkness rolled. And by the embers wsn and gray, 1 bear a Tolce in whisper say, Tbrrcusnes a time wbra we grow old. "There comes a time when manhood's prnae In shrouded I...

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. — 8 April 1875

sorZgg- Edltor' TBOY, KANSAS: Thursday, : ; ; : : April 8, 1875. Thc Past Winter. I tUeconl of cold Winters tlie Winter Jt closes will 1 memorable ..e- There may bavob-en WInler. In -AW. (tie mercury reach d a lower point in northern latitude,, or .n .all .1 . .r. nwn extremely cold clays: hut for stcadv, coi.tinne.1, awl widely extended cold, perhapsUnoverha-laparallel. From the first I week iu January moil late iu jiaicu, ... .". 3atitudo had severe and nnreinittiuc cold weath- ... i .i. !.. .11. irnnlil L-nun vann r, witu scarcely a uuj ummBwi -r roithoat maintaining a hot fire in the stove. The -drain upon the wood-pile was constant and heavy, and tho expense has been heavier, with less means to meet it, than any Winter ever known in tho West. Tbe ground froze to a greater depth than ever before, and cellars froze that had gone securely through all former Winters. During the greater part of this time, there was a coat of snow on the ground, which, wilh the ab sence of alternate ...

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. — 8 April 1875

n 11 ft r ' faat pattwis. TJa Kansas Chief. SOL. MILLER, Publisher. Tormai Two Dollars x Teak, ut AutascsV. rsyment should be msde strictly in advance; stherwise, thereto of S3 per year will b charged, at the discretion of the Publisher. Aca.X7-og-ttolxig JFsUvtosgi 1 mo. 3 mo. s mo. 1 year. One Square 7 "Sm "twa 110,00 Two future. ,IS ; J!2 ThreeSouares 'DO JJOO n.00 23.00 Quartet .Column 10.00 lW 23.00 4O0O Half .Column "-00 2300 J0M .5.00 OnoColnmn 25-00 0.00 73.00 130.00 For any other length of time. In accordance with the .bore raw, which apply only to regular advertising. Qn.ti.a.. .nli a a tint- nr sOJUl. H & XtMT For Ltcal and tranalent dTrrllaenU, 1 per ,ttarw for the nrsl insertion, ana mi ccnis pvi "j'"-' "-- -"-sequent insertion. . . Special Xotlces wm be charged SO percent, extra: and editorial adTertlsemeuU and personal communications, doable price. , ... Eight lines of solid Nonpareil make one sonire- All fractlona of half a square and orer.are counted aa a fall I...

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. — 8 April 1875

gat the gmm. PLANT GROVES. Plant Early and Plant Often. (From the Olathe Minor. I saw in Mint-last issne, an article on tlie cnl titatiuu ot forest trees, with a reqneet Tor ail tliom wbo bad experience iu that hue to jrue tlic result of tbeir experiment Uirongu r,,ar. If" per. I Ulieve tbat uiucl. goo.1 will result from adopting the conn job ""'""r'rV.fiol.trrn beef, a "citizen of Johnson Co.-t.vf"' "f jeara, during wliicl. time I have c' !a "5t It the forest tree which gruT in lM '' uOe. I will io you ray opinion, anil what is ot iiincu ,.7re important to the puhl.c, figures on v-bicl. tins opinion is nascii. , I bave been convinced for years that the gen xral cultivation of trees wonld increase our rain Ml? hnt never until last Bummer did I become satisfied that our future as an agricultural Coun ty depends so largely on our artificial groves ami orchards. During an extended trin in Southern Kansas lost Autumn, I first noticed that com growing on the Xorth bide of groves yielded ...

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. — 15 April 1875

A'V u- jt ! iSZr JJ 7 SS I5 .SDL. HOLLER, EDITOR AM) PUBLISHER. - JIKE CONSTETUT10H' AND THE TINION. - TERMS-S2.00 PER ANNUM, IN ADTANCE. ..VVX)LTJME XVm.-OTMBER 43.1 TROT, KANSAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 1875. , WHOLE NUMBER, 927. fffff lOILIlwiMr y 1 1 it B .- i m gMf r A? Mtt laetm JasneaaJajefMasSjeaaaajSeaMaaemalaAesaiaafc, -'THZ-PI.mOE AT SPUWKY POINT. , jA T3pf Vlrtuou Effort mud Human Perfidy. JtH rtrx n for preuhia, , . Bo piyxchln w practice don't jcre ( ,Ta potd oa virtue and Ump'aucn, Jud you can't rfnc It in on me. jMt toAAU lof with 7or pledge, '8qnire, f thai' wkat y want. m t ; Betwixt roe and too, Xy been taar, And 111 not Uke ny Ln mine. , A Tr C fo'thjcly. ,'; "W all v eoraeaTaaS !c9 TKpIegB Fur to drink no More tEit rear. There wu TRmaA Jot and Sheriff UcPhatl, Jlnd me mud Ahnnr Ftr, Jd Shelby' boy, Lertticut, And tfae Gulyer Lake and Cjr. And" anteed nft'a Imndred la the oanda ! Dear Ketlre, Tar to be diTtded, the f11erinrVth. Untib tmja that kep' tba plr-lge. And 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. — 15 April 1875

$h fteitf -SOL. MHiEK, . Editor. TROY, KANSAS; Thursday, : : : : : April 15, 1875. FcjuThI Grasshopper Sufferings. Tire ontside world never trill know the fall oxtAtt of the ranges of the grasshoppers in Kan sas. Onrjieople are,reluctant to tell; aud what thoy do divulge, is wrong from them, as it were, .y piecemeal. A copy of the Adrian (Mich.) "Time is before us, from which we learn that a relief meeting was held in that city, last week. The Chairman stated that the meeting was call Mi for the purpose of obtaining reliable informa tion on the subject, and that gentlemen were present who were prepared to give it. Theodore F. Price, of Kansas, was then called npon to state a tetitfacU to the audience concern ing the needs at the people of his State. The people had, been oblieed to contend .not only agaiuttthe grasshoppers, but a hnrtfafdorught. The grasshoppers had even poisohed,- the grass, so that anlmabj feeding upon it were liable to dis ease of the mouth, and hence they hare to...

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. — 15 April 1875

sn3mi I k ii - 'goal Iptftaju SOU MILIsER, gabltsihar. Two Dollau A Tin, ut Autakx. Payment should be reads strictly in sdranc.; otherwise, thereto of 3 per year nil oe cnargeu, sue o"a . " ---. lyear. On Squirt Two Square Three Seuare Quarter of m Column.. Half a Column On Column........... 110.00 17X0 33.00 40.00 73.00 130X0 For any other length of time, is accordance with the bore ratea, which apply only to regular advertising. ButlneM earda of S line: or leas, $S a year For Legal and transient advertiaemente. Si per square far tho Brit Insertion, and SO centa per equate for each eub aeqoent Insertion. , . - Special Notice, win be charted 50 percent, extra, and editorial .advertisements and personal communications, double price. , Eight lines of aaKd Iraparrfl mala ona aqnara. All fractions of half a aqnara and ever, are counted aa a fall AdveMtosmenU requiring to be uea U. wm be charged tin coat of eextlfr&g. In addition to the regular Tranalrt adrertiatmenU muat be paid for...

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. — 15 April 1875

for tU farmer. & Te Berkshire H.ff. . . lata State Mr iu the east, there was not A'lite I"W exhibited. All were black, and 17. "irVshlre or Kssuc. At tho largest of the llfrkMlira MKua " " -- . , -f - ft fS.,nTrf .ne"B.rk,hire Kreii, i the n,JY5 toatin. 'The Berkshire Uwd greaUy Va for malir vean,, && Twh" was Originally . L bree.1. ..entorh;oid Berkshire hog wa. Ik.- and most of the beat benls now trace back to he t,riinl improved bent By careful breeding the TelTouitih color has been gotteu rid of, and the white has been confined to the feet, a spot be twucu the eyes, and in some cases a few white hairs near tli shoulders, altlmngh there are herds in which these lait white marks are en tirely bred out. The Berkshire, an we now know him, is a moderately large hog, wilh a smooth, round carcass, broad across the shoulders' with well developed and ronud hams, a long, deep flitch, very fine, small bony legs and feet, short -face and suont, black hair. In many good Berk 'bhi...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
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