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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 27 May 1875

HKHaiBwlHHHKuJBH. Y t "' :-7naawai --- . . . --fe . f- - r I? IV SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. THE CONSTITUTI02' AND THE TJJJION. TERMS-S2.00 PER ANXUM, IX ADTAXCE. VOLUME XVUX-NUMBER 49.1 TROT, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MAT 27, 1875. (WHOLE NUMBER, 933. f--., ,. ' is ! I tt&lwicc IJtotm ARKANSAS SONO. There bctntifal laud, tl a Wertern track, Aud tltry call it by name "The Back-in-uck 1 Tii world In Itwlf, irLfcli we will Tuck "Gainst the rest of the world, "TbelUck-fn-aack." - ruoara. TTuen, hnrrah tot the land called "ThV&ack-tn-aa'ck! Thtre are atreami and field, aye, deep and wide ,'TCLere dear Katnre arnica In wealth and pride, .And the men are true, like their riflea crack They err not lu aim. In "The IUck-ln-aack. There'e health In each breexe, and aweeter than art. The mocking bird minglea bis hymn with the heart. And the. atranger nor wclcom nor abelter will lack, XnlhecTeeD, "tt-j fr- TTnrapjri atcp" y" -. f ' . O'er her broad, annoy plains a thousand wild flower 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. — 27 May 1875

K f It faasas Chief. BOL. 3It, EOItor. TROY, KANSAS: Thursday, :::::: May 27,. 1875. "GIviHjf It a Belief oas Character." Heligion is a good and proper thing In ita place; bnt the uusinesa of malting every public occasion one of religions observance and public worship is becoming somewhat monotonous. The din about God in the Constitution has not ceased, yet tvo begin.to hear a new clamor in favor of giving a religions character to the Centennial. There are some people interested in the Centennial who do not claim to be.religions, and do not take much stock in the, patent religion, as peddled oat by the churches. It would be a nice thing to mate a, religions celebration of the centennial anni versary of American Freedom, and place it in the hands of those who long ago consigned the authors of that freedom to hell. For instance, let priests control the celebration in honor of the Declaration of Independence, the author of which was an Infidel, and hated priestcraft with an honest hatr...

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. — 27 May 1875

Isrfl uuuunz&nm 'k rM pattw. Tlie Sansas Chief. SOL. ZMIlLEIt, FablUher. Torzua: Two Dooib i Tu, u Auruct Payment should be made strictly In advance; otherwise, the rate of 3 per rear will be charged, at the discretion of the Publisher. 1 1 dm. 3 mo. s mo. 1 year. One Sqnare MJO tS.00 $7j00 110.00 Two Squares- 4 00 7.00 10.00 17.00 Three Square I 7.00 10.00 17.00 25.00 Quarter of a Column .. .. 10.00 15 00 25.00 40.00 Half a Column I 15-00 25X0 40.00 75.00 Ucc Column 125.00 40X10 75.00 moo For any other length of time, in accordance with the above rates, which apply only to regular advertising. Easiness cards ot S lines or less, $5 a year. For Legal and transient adrertisemf nta, 11 per sqnare fur the first insertion, and SO cents per sqnare for each sub sequent insertion. Kneeial Vntires will be charged 50 percent, extra, iti.l editorial advertisements and personal communications, double price. Eight lines of solid Nonpareil make one square. All fractions of half a square and o...

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. — 27 May 1875

L J. - .awswawassaaaasaaassjsaawMs glowers' May Work far the Ladles. Baling these Slay days every one who baa even the smallest plot of ground to devote to it is be ginning to tiimK ol tne cnltnre of flowers. The natural question is: what shall wo plant in order to make the most in the way of beauty out of the least space? One naturally thinks first of the Dianthus family, "the flowers of Jove," as the old Greeks called them, the pinks. The Di ttos Hedderwigs are amoDg tho finest. "If fra grance is desired, the Carnation pink should bo procured. It is the best to get fine, healthy Huta uum wo norvti anu set went opt cany iu May. They should be tied to neat little .stakes driven firmly in the ground. Accompanying them should be the l'ortnlacca, which needs a sunny location and will bloom nearly the whole season. The seed, once planted, will come up year after year. The Phlor Drummondii, Ver bena, Pansy. Salpiglossis and Stocks are also fine color plants, blooming the whole season. Mi...

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. — 3 June 1875

n b a SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AM) PUBLISHER. J- THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. TERMS$2.00 PER ANNUM, IX ADVANCE. VOLUME XVIIL-NUMBER 50. 1 TROY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, .TUNE 3, 1875. .WHOLE NUMBER, 934. ft ft i i " s i f in if :.t r. 1 1 lf it i Choice crctm THE OLD DATS AND THE NEW. BT HE.XKT W. LOVClTIiOW. A poet came fclnjlnelhroncli tb rate Ah, -well -Iay fur thr dear old daja! Tbry comft no more tliry did 4" jorv By the flowing river of .A.e. lie piped through the mradntr. Leaped trougli the grove: "Ah, woll-a-diy for the gnod old Uj! They Lave ail cone by, and I tit and algh By the Cowing river of Alar. "Knight and Udiw, ahielda and sword Ah, well-a-tUy for the psnd old, daya! CaiUM and-moat a4. ti Wight r4 oatt, By the flowrng titer of Alae. , , " "The lancea are ahivered, the belmeta mat ' Ah, wII--day for the atern old day a! And the clarion'., blaat liaa aung its bat, By the flowing river of Alae. "And the warriors that swept to glory and death Ah, well-a-day for the brave old day...

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. — 3 June 1875

tSJSt Wht fGtew Wei TBOY, KANSAS Thursday, June 3, 1875. Licensed Villains. Some scoundrels are punished, while others are tolerated, upheld, and licensed. The grand est fraudof this character is the detective system in the United States. Precisely ly what anthor- :x. : -:,,( ren nra nnabie to say; uui . ,l ... . 1 ..,.1 n)i.nlllflr tA.s,.-, - - - exist, and its memoera b "- -..--, cfioose, and do as they please, with nobody to interfere in their doings. There are doubtless many honest men among them, who do all in h.ir wer to ferret out and punish crime; but taken as a body, we do not believe that the same proportion of consummate rascals could be found in any other body of men of equal numbers. The following little paragraph has recently gone the newspaper rounds: Tie New Orleans rfcoyuna congratulates IU readers on the abolition of the detective force. Now, it seya, burglars are regularly captured -within a few hours after the offenM transpires. This may read like a newspaper joV...

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. — 3 June 1875

r; 1 V' ' E u Ei 6 fr-lt Pfttttt. Th. Kansas Chief. SOL. MILLER. Publisher. 7etmi Sin i ,tlicUr ? advance; otherwise, the rate or 3per year will be charged, at the discretion of the PnUuber. 1 Ml 3 mo. 6mo. lyear. One Square.... Two Sqnarea... tiSO 4.00 7.00 10.00 13.00 23.00 tS.00 7.00 10.00 15.00 S3X0 MM 17.00 10.00 17X0 23.00 40.00 75.00 (10.00 17.00 21.00 40X0 73.00 150.00 i"ree square. Qajrter or a Column aiau at r a Colnmn OneColnmn.... OT any-other length of time. In accordance with the .X . "-" wicn appir oniv- 10 reg-niar aarertulne:. BulneerdoiMlneorlea,t3ayear. For Local And tMnsimt dvrtUt?iM. 1 - ....-2 for the flru Insertion, and 50 etnU per annare for eacb ub- i?11 Notices wtll be charged SO percent extra; aad editorial advertisement and personal communication, double price. , ' Elrtt line of solid XonpareU mate one square. JU1 fractions of half a square and over, are counted as a full square. Advertisement requiring to be certified to, will be charged the coat or cert...

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. — 3 June 1875

gn ft m. Marred Carta for Forage. Th experience of the past year has given rise . S. noestion of tho merits of corn sown in SjfflitnSlnS pnrpose. dnrlog the drouths S en frequently occur, and whicElessen thehay rxon to such an extent as to render a substitute for it necessary. The practice of sowing corn as a reserve crop for feeding purposes when needeo, is too much neglected by the majority of farni( in Few crops yield a greater return tb V, producing it, and in no way can nch wholewme and nutritions feed for the stock be product' as bv sowing corn. We nave ,rewf,nrVor jairy HungariaSn grass a "t tMng for men a crop of sowed corn Is jusi mo mid-Summer and winwr". fi t of Jane the mAluTe of Jnly. The J enriched. It iJ a good plan ordinarily to plow the land twice oncoTcry early, then early in June. Harrow well and mark out in .furrows with a shavel plow, from two and a half to three feet apart. Corer with the harrow, running first lengthwise and then crosswise. But little after cul...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 10 June 1875

t- p !!; 1 V SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. i TER3IS-S-2.00 PER ANNUM, IN ADTANCE. VOLUME XVni.-NIJMBER 51. i TROY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 1875. HVHOLE TUMBEK, 935. wuuMMmM i 1 dff ( ,' 'Of $Iwicc ptixi THE OLD GATE. Only old liUc tmtfaes fthowed Tfait there a boune hd been; They kept a brave front to the road. And stint the foot-path In, And hid and held, by Uncled wcf-ht 'Of sterna and root, the fallen gal. With Midden rae of common right To common hamestead crouod, I knelt and reated with my might. Until the sterna unwound; Then tenderly, aa next to kin, X iwnnf tae oM jpate ont and in. Then down the Mil I went w'y way. Thinking, with, miles and tears,t How Joys are made of daj and day,- , J tat grave are made ? years When sodden fell, I knew not where, A sonnd, like Yofee, which filled the air. A sonnd, which waa not voice, nor sonnd, Although it filled tbe air; And, stranger still, no terror bound Me, when I turned, and where The old -ate...

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 June 1875

gWWH J0IXEB. . Editor. soi. TROY, KANSAS: June 10, 1875. Thursday, !nt on the Third Term. Grant has at last spoken on the qncst.o .of Third Term, and now the chorns goes p from the newspapers that were wont to hoot at the "the third term homling set at rest, "" settles the question - and all that sort of thin Po far from settling the qnestion, Grant, by his Utter! proves that those were correet who .ns.st SSthXrea a third tern,, and, as far as he U concerned, it is as nnsettled as ever. He throws the bolerespoil"'''? upon the people. We this week publish the President's letter, that all may read and judge for themselves. The letter is written to tho President of the late Pennsylvania Republican State Convention, and has been brought ont by the anti-third-term res olution of tho Convention. It appears to be au outbreak of auger, intended as a rebnke to tho Convention, for being driven into an expression bv the clamor of the enemies of the Kcnauiican Twrtv nnd was nroiiabiv intended 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. — 10 June 1875

T fe j r f N goat glatttw. Th.e Kansas Ckief. SOL. MILIVER, Publisher. Tonus: Two Dollara'a Teah, ix AIivascx. Payment ehonld be made strictly in advance; .thenrlse, the rate of 13 per year will be charged, it the discretion of the Publisher. A.ca.-troytlBi33.g Ratea: l year. One Square..... ...... ...... Two Sqnarra...... .......... Three Square... Quarter of a Column Half a Column.............. One Column........... - tlO.00 17.00 23.00 40X0 73X0 130 00 Por any other length of time. In accordance with the aboTe rates, which apply only to rr-nlar advertising. Business carda of 5 fine or less, 13 a year. For Legal and tranaient advertisements, ft per square for the first insertion, and 50 centa per oqnare for each enb setruent insertion. Special Notice will be charged 50 percent extra i and editorial advertisements and personal communications, double price. Eight linea of aolid Nonpareil make one square. All fractions of half a square and over, are counted aa a fall Advertisemcnta r...

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 June 1875

,.,, mmmMmnBmammmm''a'a',mBaBmmK''nmannm. gat iU gwmtx. itetfttl null (Mows. INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION 00 BIBDB AJTD GRASSIIOPPEItB. Dr. Follerias, a corrcipondent of theJFt. Scott ' Monitor, mtes that paper as follows: "Dnring the last Winter tbo State of Kansas exported 220,000,000 of prairie chickens and quails caught in traps; and, aeinming that dnring a space of eight weeks, the nsnal time the grass hoppers remain on or near the pronnd when hatched, every prairie chicken eats fonr gallons of them, and every qnail one-half that amount, the 20,000,000 of wild chickens and quails trap- pea, one-nau 01 eacn species, would nave devour ed 00,000,000 jjallonsof young grasshoppers, not to speak of the immense quantity of eggs also gree dily picked up by them. My figures given may fall short in many re spects, but I defy any contradiction as to exag geration, and I ask, how many growing crops might have been saved this Spring, yjjth from 00,000,000 to 100,000,000 gallons of young grass hopp...

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 June 1875

, ; ; THE CONSTITUTION 2LTTD THE UNION. TER3IS$2.00 PER ANNUM, IX ADTAXCE. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER TROT, KANSAS, TRURSDAt, JUNE 17, lg?5. -yOliTJME IXTnL-NTJMBER 52.1 . WHOLE NUMBER, 936. r $lwicc actm &K From Iilacirteo'fd'4 Magazine. TO CHARLES SUHNER. IN MEMOEIAM. m w. vr. BiosT. For jrarn, dtar fjiewl. but rarri,r"fcnrt we xaet; Fat in a ilifferrnt path our f-i Iia.. t ; Space Btrrtrbrtl Wt wk n mk, ytt yoa still were near, Aud frifJ)lsliIp h no fthftdnw of result. The ocean 1rf ar dirlital ua. bnt nought Obncnml the .Dtt-rcliinceof wordamt thought; The unbroVeti line of lyiapatliy still throbbed. And unto both ita conUut lneAMje brought. Ami m I flt yon were not far away The mere material iluUnce aeemed to lay tirit-f harrier t oar futtrtlug, o4 1 lrme4 ' That aome ilay eboulil meet; aye, any day Tliat we aain ahonld clasp each other's ban1). Speak, as cf old, and facato fare nhould stand; Renew the paat, and plan and plot and again. As, in years iat, we plotted and we...

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 June 1875

8&e $m& SOX.. SXlX'LEIt, . . "Eclltor. TBOY, KANSAS: Thnrsday, ; : : : : J 1875' More Evidence. One of our Catholic snuscribera, who took of fence at some remarks Which recently .pp.ea In these columns, last week sent us rather an tn Ltant i.oto conccrrirS oar art.cle upon .the Coolie Church. IVorr,. 1S to say to h,m and all others, that we would not lay aught u, the waybf that Church, if we had the power, except when the Church is turned .ntq a politi cal machine, and especially when d.rected agau.st the party which we believe to bo in the nght. If wo have spoken of these matters, it has been because the issue has been raise.! by acknowl edged organs of the Catholic Church. We have already quoted from the Catholic Telegraph, pub lished under the eye and inspiration of Archbish op Purcellatsertions that the Catholic vote in Ohio will be cast solidly for the Democrat ticket. Now here comes the Southern Cathola, pumisueu in Tennessee, and makes this declaration: " There an two...

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 June 1875

Pyw ' -.T2ltmMW Moi. r i - J r fc N y font fattc!5. Th.e Saasas Chief. SOIL.. MILLCR, I'ublinher. Torms: Tito Solum a. Teas, is Adtaxck. ravmentahould be made strictly in ad ranee, otherwise, the rate of $3 per year 111 be charged, at the discretion of the Publisher. .c3.iroim wins 33-a-tos: 1 run. 3 mo. 6 mo. 1 rear. One Square MM i00 17.00 110.00 Two Squares 4 00 7 00 1000 17 00 Three twjuares . . . 7X0 10 00 17 00 25.00 guarttrir a Column 1000 15.00 2300 4000 Half a Column 15.00.2100 4000 7S.00 One Column .. 23.00 ' 40 00 75 JO ISO 00 For any other length of time, in accordance with the above rates, which apply onlv to regular adrertislnj. Business card el 5 line or less. 13 a year For legal and trannlent advertisements, 11 per square for the first Insertion, and 50 ccnta iier square for each ub equent insertion. , . Special Koticee will be charged SO percent, extra; and editorial advertisement and personal communications, double price. . Eight liar of solid Nonpareil make one 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. — 17 June 1875

aWasssssMsssMMsssssssssssssssssssWs ilte $ mi d the Mug, .for the gm&tx. JCfitl Mtfl ttM0H$. INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION 00 ABOCT THE GRASSnOPPKM. The grasshopper plaguo is attracting the at tention of the whole country. The Chicago, St. Lonis and New York papers aro fall of reports from a wide region of ennntrv. Threui retnrns indicate that the most destrnctiro visitation of the pest is in Weateni Missouri. The papers are also foil of methods of killing the grasstioppcrs', predictions as to their probable leaving when their irings aro grown, .Vc, &c. In the New York Fanner? Club at a recent meet ing the following suggestions, presented by Dr. Wellington and Mr. Wolf, were read and order ed published: Plant Potatoes. The clnb has takeu espe cial pains to get all possible information from ex perienced naturalists and persons who have stud ied the grasshopper's habits in former years, and we desire to get more facts, lint we wish -now m an especial manner to urge farmers in States 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. — 24 June 1875

-azzixsL--y ra 6"r ra&? , - SOL. SILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. THE CONSTITUTION" AND THE UNION. I TERMS-S'2.00 PER ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. VOLIJME XIX.-NUMBER 1.1 TROY KANSAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 24, 1875. .WHOLE NUMBER, 937. " 4:- -. Kansas y. v T' VJl MVf7 Sir r U v h j v l it k K j? . & 1 $ 1- J 4 r $Jiaicc gtorim s' J From 7:tathraort Jlagazi. M OcttUr, lrfB. A KOMAN LAWYEE IN JEHTTSALEM. (First Century.) t w. w. i-TORiV " Marcos, bMing In Jfrualmi, lircpliDStoC'AiBc, hi!, fnrud, in Borne! finite f ibnte nrwu-nU will . 1-trt.e to too JJjt Luclaa, tiu i veanrd with till pUre; Satxt will trareL lf.t upon tUv IUt An olmply hUfuI MszlDt banra. blfalt And lungs ssifi to find liiinM-If la ltoiu. Attar the tomult oflt strct-U, iU train Of lTe vitl clients, simI It rillas cool With marbU portions bestds the fa, -Ami friend Ami LaoaurtA more thin all. It Tblilf tni "blank adI JUL ITc panu to Aland Id iu vjui Urea, all all re witu bead And quivering arm and floating robes the air Tbrilled b...

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. — 24 June 1875

S&fce ausns luci BOX.. lTLtEK Editor. TEOY, KANSAS: Thursday, : June 24, 1875. YolHme Nineteen. This is the first nnmber of the nineteenth year of the publication of the Ckitf. Wo have been in the tiabit, at the beginning of each volome, of enterin" into a short review of the past career of the paper; bnt we have concluded to omit this until the completion of our twenty-first year. We once more shake hands with and coDj-ratu-late those old stand-bys, who are recorded on onr boots as having commenced with Volume 1, Nnmber 1; and we tender onr sincere thanks to the hundreds of patrons who have come to our list from that time down to the present. We can but promise to do. onr best in the fu ture to make an acceptable paper, as wo have done in the past. Just now is a fearful time for newspapers. In every direction, they are falling by the wayside, or curtailing their proportions. Wo shall endeavor to do neither. We do not know in what shape we bhall come through, if we come through ...

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. — 24 June 1875

saas Pi i t m U v ll v - I - 1873- JCLV 3, ISV The Dny"NVe Celebrate." r Th.loveof freedom U.rm0o?t'Prffe' eternal In the human breast ; and the a of July ii JuJ. lowed by association, that endear it to the heart, of all true patriots, and It. annual recurrence wfll be Joyfully haUed while love ofcountry is esteemed a Tiriue. Ai.lm.ted by such patriotic sentiment, a large and en thusiastic meeting was held t the Court House, on Olon dsy .rening. the ted inst, and the preliminarle. arranged GRAND CEIBR'1TION' OX 8ATCRDAV, JCI.V 3, I8M, In the Csmrt ... Su-are. Tray Kansas, and the following committee, duly appointed I : SincUlr, Robt Tracy. John T. Wilson, C. F. Trn Basklrk. Jot Craney. VT. V. BnMell. nai. !..-" E. Brown, lLC.Keville,S. X. Johnson. Ctonntftre on J rriSrry crd Pyroteeh ntf,. Jot A. Xlron, C. a BIckfurd, TT. I. RusseiL H. L. Clark. President. Cai. Cyru. AUnd, Sr. jranUL-CcL Frank At Tracy. Eminent speakers will be present to address the people; and the Troy Silver Corn...

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. — 24 June 1875

Jut the farmer."' Bny a--'- Trees. n,. vras American is in a great harry to reSfrnvmept If he wde ; JS seed, in January, lie is anxious to liaye SrSetlmmediately; iod if he forwards sir cenS for a copy of some per whWi eonUta. ,, of wnicn Be nas reau w uraiu,uo u" -- forMt to request the publisher to send it "by re tarn mail." Patience which-eeema to take the form of quiet waiting is a virtue of which hleems to be wholly ignorant He cannot wait the progress of events, but mast constant Tv hurry and fret in order toWke nature Jnove a little faster than her wonted pace. This tendency crops out very plainly wbeu lie ?hli tree. He finds them described in the K seiond-class," "medium,: "first 'dafs '-mm. "extra." The difference in these rfaes is principally, if not wholly, in the size andheiA,Pt"f the tfees. The larger the tree the Ucbrr the price. But the fanner "don't care anything about that." .He wants goo.1 trees or Sand gives his orders for those of extra size, ndbich are four or f...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
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