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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 22 April 1875

IMtb iM l-C9 ., iiiaTiaaaaaaaaaaa-aTiVI SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. THE CONSTITTJTION AND THE UNION. - TERMS-S2.00 PER ANNUM, IN ADTANCE. VOLUME XVIH.-NUMBER 44.1 TROY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 22, 1875. (WHOLE NUMBER, 928. if i.4r I i' 1 i i Y i i if I" ST.. Hi t. !tr-v Mm gfltfqr. THE COTOTSHIP OF 3QLS3 STANDI3H. ITLo lory of the coarUliip of Milt StanJinb vu not for tli first time verified by Longfellow, Tbe folio wing bftlUd vwpaUUhed la sewipaiMir called The AVw Roter. la 152, md In Etrinc ft to th public, tbe editor ufd: "About tlb ntbrrUDcaUr wodacUcm.' a word or two ems nAcewary. Whether it bo a frrauioo antique, or a ntpdenrUittalktn. la qncstlon for trifle to dhtcou. We 'canenlrtbrovsocb UfLtapoB It a we happen topoMCM. sad such a tbe document bear eo tbe free of ft. In order to aacertaln whether Um ballad vu founded in' truth, we hare tarnetl to soma old Xew England ChroalclM, and find that tbe whole ctorr ia true to the letter. Captain Miles SUadish did come over f...

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. — 22 April 1875

&e gnusiiis Mw. I foor. iUXJCJTJER, EUitor. TEOY, KANSAS: ,. A T1 9- 1875. llllll-uuj, . . . . . i - A Valaablc Acas"IOB' , We last week mentioned the fact that ex-coi-lonel.Jo.lge Thomas M. Botren, of T' formerly of K.usas, ba.1 .migtcd to Colorado to do bis part toward gW-S th. pro.pect.ve State good material from which to .elect Uov ernors, Congrcmen and Senator. A leaf from hi. history may not be of disadvantage to the people of Colorado. Bovvcn made hi. appcaranco at Maryaville, han ras, during the early part of the war. We be lieve be cauie from Nebraska, where he had been a Captain In a regiment. He pretended to be a lawyer, but was a very thin one, and depended npon bis wife for what little brain-work was re quired of him. Bnt be bad cheek, assurance, and long hair. Tbe 13th Kansas Kegimeut was or ganized in tbe Fall of I8G2, nnder tbe allspices of Jim Lane, who was aim, at tire same time, organ izinc the lltb and 12th Brgiments. Lane want ed to control tbe Republican -S...

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. — 22 April 1875

& f s foal patters. Tlie Kansas Chiefl SOU. MILLER j?iabllglier. Two Dollabs x Tiar. w Advac- PaymentehouU be made strictly in advance, otherwise the rato of 3 per year will be charged, t the discretion of the Publisher. flk.c3.x7-or-H wl Tag 3EaU.og.. 1 1 mo. 1 3 mo. 6 mo. 1 year. .... ELM I3-00 ttX tlOOO . ! 400 i 700 1000 IT 00 ' .. TOO 1000 1T00 23.00 .. 1000 1300 2500 40OO ... 15.00 25.M 40 00 75.00 I 25.00 I 40 00 75 JO 130 00 One Square......-- Two Squares... ... Three Squares ......... Suarter of a Column alf a Column unsumnn .. -1 r .. lk AjuvirrlatiA varlt r lisa. for any omer ungui o wju, r" j ;T ,""" "" above rates, which apply only to regular advertising. Businc.scardsofSlmesOTlesa.tSayear ror Legal and transient advertieemsnta, 1 per aquara fur the first insertion, and 50 cents per square for each sub sequent insertion. hpe cUl Xotice will be charged 50 percent, extra: and editorial advertisements and personal commnnicatiwns, doable price. . . ,. Eicht lines of sol...

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. — 22 April 1875

f ov it gum. ajOMT COK.X FOB FODDEB. V. C. Ilinkliain, near Love-land, Ohio,' ZlT. in the Cincinnati Vazaie ma eiiunc -- win ini: corn for fodder, lie say iBcrcctnricliisoiUsncU aa wonld P" d crop of corn. I plow it any time to May. hen tllo.aoil U -t too-." X pood ntien ine wu uu . ", I tlii-n Iiar- clrer it, wliich is generally smncieui to coyer IhaveMwcd three ImslieU, and also two and a lialf bnsbela shelled corn per acre. I think the latter qaaulitv abont the right amount, ir all is well covered. I gavu ' no further culture. t. ;. ...ruri.inf Iionr nuicklr it will irenniiiatc. and -with what rapidity and luxuriance it will grow. 1 aim to harvest it after it is in tassel, and af ter the pollen has leen shed, but a few days or a n-pi-k latpr I consider not itnnortaiit. JIv opin ion is that, at this stage, by the law of its nature, the stalk is most fully charged with that nutri ment which is intended for the grain, and if cnt at tbii time, and properly enred, this nutriment is re...

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. — 29 April 1875

e ' . : , - - r a v' K.f , i N I - r SOItfHILLBR, EDITOR A2?D PUBLISHER. J- 'YOIUMEXTOLNIIMBER 45.1 THE QT.TI TTgT.T. Tbty have voted to tike the old bell flown ; It mnat go the way of all wpm-ont things! rBeszlliot-o,iinj:leiulin the town, Bat feeU ajdiamod wJuai tlie oldjbtdl ringa-. JX- And bu stood like ft lend, ready to tell Ererjriiiy.and aurrowbjcji tucy hayo known. lO. amlft for tbo bridt-rrsom. feet ft hiu ran-, , la the days at tyring, when Im took bin bride) Anrlalctw fur the louely olil man It iwhd Wlim tb.y laid blm down by Tile old wife'a aide. J- t J I " t V.' . t! r And weiritharBiVked and eonnteTtaeliours, Countedtbcin load. wjnoyrpf SITroko JFor the ria a of ice jub daye ofibiwera. Tor tbe. days, vsen hearts leaped at when they brake! The daya of the" years of the ynnnz and old. Who out of their home barn silent! v passed. It ha falthfnllv reckoned np and tolled, WhUetteletyifofa IB totaled tothsIlsU It bneadMihff ennntry ftcts-nearsad fcr. f On the aweet Sabbath d...

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. — 29 April 1875

I he gam $Mef inssSE. TBOT, KANSAS April 29, 1875. Thursday, Odd FcIloW Belief. Frsnk H.Betton, Grand Master m J... una " ' . -r t..r n thn Order ,inre at the solicitatiou 01 1"" 7- - i, at the i ,e u""i.'" ..,.'.. ,rion State lurisdio f.irwarded tnem iu "" , raeu uc . , j.i km tn me - tinn. askine sncb aid " uiemwra or iuS .. tiona, asking sue brthe relief f destitute bio or disposed to gtve.inriuc Uetbren in this State. He vf1 "'"" pvecredentUlato indiridnal. to go on begging expeditions, and wa relnctant to solicit aid in enj shape; but when convinced that the meas ure was actually necessary, and after the fund furnished by the Order in this Jurisdiction was exhausted, be adopted the plan of addressing cir culars to the Grand Masters of the Several States, and having then present the subject to the Lodg es in their respective jurisdictions. He did not expect very numerous responses, as be snpposed that Odd Fellows, as a pari 01 ine general pnunr, had been thoroughly bored by aid ...

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. — 29 April 1875

CIg-2 ti 5 foal paftT T2a. Kansas Ghl. SOL. anExSE5TPibUliar. ' Torroai Two Douaes a Teak, or Adtaxce. Payment should bo made strictly In advance; otherwise, the raU of $3 per year will be charged, st the discretion of the Publisher. - A-dig-oytl wins Hatosi lot. 3 mo. 6 mo. lyenr. One Square... ............ ., Two Square Three Square Quarter of a Column....... Half a Column Oae Column.... IS 00 7X0 10.00 13 00 23.00 40.00 VMl 110 00 4.00 700 10.00 15.00 15.00 10.00 17.00 33.00 .40.00 7i00 150.00 17.00 sun '40 M ISM for any other length of time, in accordance with the above rate, which Fply only to regular advertising. Business carde of 3 liae or leas. 13 a year ror Legal and transient advertisement, fl per square tit the Srat Insertion, and SO centa per square for each oab aequeat inaertion. Special Xetices win ba charge SO per cent, extra; and editorial adrertiaemeBU and personal communication, doable priea. Bight Usee of aolid Seaparetl make one aqnare. All fraction of half a aqn...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 29 April 1875

js ihc farmer. iiV "" o . , .., farmer and gardrlier, tbe month of May, . T"iiTt tiVde. Utile l.iiM.t wawin oftherutire li1"".' ;..r.;,U.,f all kimta-from the ! ' k1 ..f chickens to carnage horsea-requiro the ,Hit.t. attention of the vigilant hunhaiiilnun. Kariic the latter part of the mouth, animate in Jimeot theKVDr.lng.1i.tricts will he tnrneU from Z & lo crass. With all ncli stock, thia is a critical periSl; and mnch care ahould be eiereiard to fel every one with a iH.nntiful supply of dry food lwfnre it ia allowed to eat grass. When milch cowa are aliont to be tnmed to grass, each one should recrhe a liberal feeding of meal and tut fodder. OtherviWe, grass will operate as a : in tin. ininrv of the animal. Slany cows will come in this month. If they have, heretofore, been troubled with the garget, .t intlamed ndder, better keep them on hay, for the Uiosl of the time, nutil their calves are a eek r more old, belore tliey are allow eu 10 graze, a Brerentireof tbe garget, is fa...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 6 May 1875

Bfii 4 .4 - &? Pi c I f fe SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. VOLUME XVIIL-NTOEBER 4G.( Choice oetvjr. BT JAVEd G. CLARK. (CoropeOnt critics hare nrononnced the following poem the fioft thinnf iticUfwinoorLiiiffuase. WepabUhetl It UhU two yraraa, but it will do to rwul j;ain ; and now, when the gifted author i 9 about to favor nn with an other "Ktenius of Son," U an appropriate time to lay it before oar readers. lie singus sweetly aj he writes. Ed. Leona, the hour draws nleb. The hour we're waited no long. For the angrl to open the door through the slcy. That my spirit may break from Its prison, ana try Its voice in an infinite song. Just now. as the alombtrs of night Came o'er me with peace-ciTins breath. The curtain, half lifted, rerealed to bit sf irht Those windows which look on the Un&ini of lijbt. That borders the river of death. And a vision fall solemn and sweet. Bringing gleams of a morning-lit land; I saw the white shore which the pale waters beat. -And I heard the...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 6 May 1875

Wxt tens (&ti. BOL. ITLIEIl, . . Editor. TBOY, KANSAS: Thursday, May G, 1875. Third Term. Whether Grant desires a re-election for a third term or not, it is the prevailing belief that no does. Some disbelieve it, or seem to do so, an hoot the idea of any snch intention or uonP" upon Grant's part; but a Kat J""' or ' people, including the bulk of .?" party, think that he is bent upon ' Spri To u ed and and animated the op pluUofthepary.andhsheartedRepub. licans, Who could not defend the scheme, nor en doL it Grant may be a better man for Pres. dent than any irto will probably be nominated; but the precedents set by several ot the earlier Presidents have come to be regarded as of as much force as the Constitution itself in fact, thousands think it is a provision of the Constitution and tho more thinking classes look with apprehension upon the efforts of an officer possessing the pow er in patronage of the Presidccnt, to extend his term heyond the longest time established by pre ce...

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. — 6 May 1875

m if Wm pitted. Th.e Kansas Chief. SOL. MILIAR, PnbU.her. Terms: Two Doixaes A Teak, ix Advance. Payment should be made strictly in advance , otherwise, tbe rate of $3 per year w ill be charged, at tbe discretion of the Publisher. A.g3.t7-03rt1 pi1 ti gOCwrvtogs : ilno. 3 mo. 6 mo. 1 j ear. One Square j $1M tiOO (700 (10 00 Two Squares 00 7 00 10 00 17 00 Three iMuarea , TOO 10 00117 00 23.00 Quarter of a Column . 10 00 15.00 23.00 4100 Half a Column 15.00 I 25X0 40 00 7S.0O One Column i 2100 140 00 75.00 150 00 J'or any other length of time in acconUnee with tbe above rates, which apply only to regular advertising. llnslness cards of 5 lines or less, 15 a year i'or Legal and transient advertisements, ft per square for tbe first insertion, and 50 cents per square for each sub sequent insertion. hpeclal Xotiecs will be charged 50 pr cent extra , and editorial advertisements and personal communications, slonble price. Eight lines of solid Nonpareil make one square. An fractions of hal...

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. — 6 May 1875

f . .kmkikamaenuBammBmmuWkmk.mmimaBm mmt. g UISTSAHOCT WORK. How 10 work. As order is kept by having ,n nlaco for everything, and Ueep'rag ercrythins n its ilaee, bo work succeeds beat wlieu it is ngui ly .lone, and at tbo right time. There are a best and a worst way of doing it. Ono who has wen -..uwlerml hi kkuhhi'h work and has a list 01 that has been done, will go Tight; one labor win succeed auoiuer wuu regularity, f"",'",, . II .!- T?..An. IrtK cltnnlil tell, lucre riionldboTio making boles and filling hc",n5 UO ItCIL UUUI.I .(. J J"" "" 17.. again on a farm; no band trork wurn. "". . cSn be used ; no small weeds left to gro lare no manure kept wasting by rains ', the snu while crops are btarving for it . j done twice over; no cattle ,' ""teW colt suffer and fail, to be restored at a J". J anil worK ninsv i : . .,. i,.,,i, .i1v, drive. The bead mn.t gni.lo the b.in.Is alwaj s. ll.m-t. Mrs Get tho best bauds, and keep them When 'a man has Income immI to bis woik them. "" b is ,...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 13 May 1875

V - SOL. JIILLEK, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. ) VOLUME XVm.-NU3MBER 47.1 LEXINGTON. CT OUVZK WEXliEU. IIOUICK. Slowly the roUt o'er the meadow wu creeping, llright on the dewv bnds glistened (he gnu," "When frmn his conch, while his children were leeitin lUise the lld rebel, and abonMered his gun. " Warin; her goldon veil Over tbe silent dale, Klitbc looked the morning on cottage and spire ; Hashed was the parting sigh. While from bis nuble eye Flatbed tbe laat parUe ofliberty'a Are. On tbe smooth creen. where tbe fresh leaf is snrln-in" Calmly the finit-boni of glory have met j Hark! the death-volley around them la rin-In"1 Look ! with their life-blood tbe Toon" rass'Vs wet Faint Ja the feeble breath, "sma""n- Murmuring low la death, "Tell to our umi how their father: Jirre diedl Xervelese the iron band, J Kaised for Ita native land, Liea by the weapon that gleama at its side. Over the bill-tide the wild knell la tollin From their fair hamlets tbe yeomanry come - As through tbe atorm-clo...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 13 May 1875

lifte ffausas. Jucf. SOL. 3X3X.IEIC, .,. Editor. Thursday, :::::: May 13, 1875. A Trades Union murder. Last week, at Leavenworth, J. S. Coolter, an old and well-known printer, committed snicido by taLiu;; laudanum. The act was in conse qnence of the arbitrary and overbearing conduct of the Printers' Union! Coulter bad been Treas urer of the Uniou, but recently another person bad been elected. Coulter was in arrears to a small amount, wbich bo could not pay over just at the time given hini by tbo Union, whereupon they issued a circular, which they sent to tho Unions throughout the couutry, proclaiming him a defaulter, and a dishonored member of the pro fession. This so prej ed upon his mind, that ho pnt an end to his existence. Tho members of the Union are industriously trying to create a different impression, and to show that his brain was turned because of disappointed ambition, bnt with little or no effect. The limes vigorous ly charges it home upon the Union, and the re sult is a...

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. — 13 May 1875

"3 r it It If -fSotat pittas. Th.e Kansas Chief. SOL. MILlVEIt, Iabllslier. Terms: Two Dollaes a Teas, ix Advance, rayment should be nade strictly hindrance, otherwise, the rate of (3 per year till be charged, at the discretion of the I'ubliaber. One Square Two Squares Three Squares .. -- Saarter of a Column . . If a Column One Column ... 1 mo. ' 3 mo. 6 mo. 1 year. 1 t2JO,$5-00 700 J10 00 4.00 TOO 10 00 17 00 7 00 10 00 17 00 25.00 10 00 13 00 23.00 40 00 15.00 25 00 40 00 "5.00 25.00 14000 7500 150.00 GEO. W.MARL0W. 1VEW GOODS! IVEW GOODS! CHEAPER T1IAX JEYEB! S3 Per Cent- Saved! For any other length of time, In accordance with the aboTe rates, which apply only to resrular advertising. Business cards of 5 lines or lees, (5 a year For Legal and transient advtrtisemtnts, f 1 per square for the first insertion, and SO cents per square for each sub sequent insertion. Special Notices will be charged 50 percent, extra; and editorial advertisement and personal communications, double pric...

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. — 13 May 1875

gat m w- "EsTur wr the west. , rfad to learn that forest-culture is be W?nJto attach to itBolf a share of the attention hich the importance of the subject demands. It bow comes to be a recognized fact that the ab sence or presence of forests has a great influence upon tho climate, and any experiments in forest culture are to be regarded as harbingers of good. It is a growing matter of complaint in the older sections of the country that the march of civili zation has directly an adverso influenco upon climate, and in the ampnnt of rainfall, especially, a total revolntion is sometimes wrought in the course of a few years. it will bo remembered tuai uongrcss, iu c.o, passed a law for the encouragement oftroe-cnl-tnre on the wild lauds of the Government. Tho popnlar faith iu the efficiency of this law was, at tho time, very limited," and even now no offi cial report of its working has been made. At tho late animal meeting of the Minnesota State Ag ricultural Snrii-t v. however, an essay...

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. — 20 May 1875

g--:.'1 rr "" SOL. 3ULLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. THE CONSTITUTION' AND THE UNION. I TEU3IS!f2.()0 PER ANNUS, IN ADVANCE. . t- - - -- i VOLUME XVIII.-mjlHBER 48. TROY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1875. WHOLE NUMBER, 932. rt Iff I 3 f s iltoicc TO THE DANDELION. T J4MEJ RUBeZU. LOWELL. Dear, common flower, lliat growVt lesMet..e way, lYinciDgthedutvriJiil with hn...ejiigoli1. Firfcl lilrdff of 1ilitbeni 51bt. TVTi.ch children pluck, ami, full of pride upLold ElisbliMrtrd bncanecrw, oVijojed that they An Eldorado in tli cm hate foand, Wlikta not the rich earth! ample round Hay match in wealth! thou art more dear to me Than all jtrotul Suninier'tf later blooiua may be. Cold sack a thine nVr drew I he Spanish irow Throngh the prlmcral hush of Indian aeaa ; Xor wrinkle, the Jean brow Of ace, to rob the lorcr'i heart of taw. Tu the Sprins'ft laretu, which the acattera now To rich and joor alike, with larUb-iuutd t Though moot hearts never understand To take it at God'a ralue, but pas by The ...

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 May 1875

Wnt fteas Wi. SOL. 3(EELXJER, . . Editor. TBOY, KANSAS; Thursday, : : : : ; ; May 20, 1875. Grangers and Democracy We call the earnest attention of Grangers, and especially those who have never been Democrat, and who would resent as an insult Jw tlon that they become a part of the rank and we of the Democratic party, to an article wb.cb we copy this week from the St Inis , , of thfleadinS Democratic W- J Ktate. Tbnt nrtirlo YC1T ciwj signs and expectations of the Democracy de- signswhichbavelongboenapparent to the close observer. It has been noticeable with what zeal active and influential Democrats entered into the Grange: bow they manifested an interest m the success of a "Eeform" movement. The Demo cratic party, they said, was defnnct, and no per son with common sense would ever pretend to make a Democratic fight. All they wanted was "Beform," and they would prefer to have the bulk of their ticket composed Of men who had been Republicans. But they never neglected to slip in a Dem...

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. — 20 May 1875

RjjUt-JS m Ts if gat gMtcx. The Kansas Chief. SOL. MILLER, JPubllslier. Torms: Two DoLLara a Ykak, ii ADTA.NCE. rayment should be made strictly In advance; otherwise, the rate of 3 per year ill be charged, at the discretion of the Publisher. Arltrn-Tlaltig Rates: 1 mo. 3 mo. 6 mo. 1 car. One Square I tM ts.00 n.oo (10.00 Two Squares 400 7.00 10.00 17.00 Three Square 7.00 1000 17.00 25.00 Suartcr of a Column I 10.00 13.00 23.00 o.oo alf a Column i 13X0 25.00 40.00 75.00 One Column ! 25.00 40.00 7500 15000 For any other length of time, in accordance with the above rates, which apply only to regular advertising. Business card ot 5 lines or less, 15 a year For Legal and transient advertisements, $1 per square for the first Insertion, and SO cents per square fur each sab. sequent insertion. Special Notices will be charged 50 per cent, extra ; and editorial advertisements and personal cominunleatlena, doable price. Kight lines of solid Nonpareil male one square. All fractions of half a sq...

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. — 20 May 1875

'.7 "SaT - - i. ' y-gu, A. -SJK - J ! - ' $m the. gmm. WlM ,f tttt fit tw Wu'fj, SUGGESTED BY A EECENT EVENT NOT PAS FBOM NEW YORK. Stetful ami lmonsie UNION FOUNDRY melons. As the seasorris approaching for all lovers of good fruit" arid -vegetables to commence planting, i,wnies a correspondent 01 tno Mural Aero Xorkcr), I thought a little information in the Hue of melon-growing Tvonld not come amiss. In ordor to have gbodmelons, it is necessary to spend a lit tle time in preparing the soil and guard them against the many dangers that beset them. .The first thing to be considered is the soil. Warm, sandy loam is the best Boil to plant, in order to besnraof a good yield. The ground should bo plowed about ten inches deep, eight or ten days before planting. Tho hills should be prepared in mo lollowmg manner: Dig holes eight feet apart each way in a straight line, that they may afterwards be cultivated with a horse. The holesshould be dog twelve inches deep and six teen inches square. L...

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