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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 5 August 1875

' f 11 ft r?wgj r acra'.u'za -- a fia kwm rmmrs m m ix n-nrr v - -r. m a i t?ani 4at w vth ty wtsv ipt7 ihi mzm ismr .alaUK l fill 4 rl ISS1 II III IPI ' ' ' , V ", li. I ; f K tev SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. VOLUME XIX.-NUMBER 7.1 Wtt Itocfm THE LONE TBEEIHWALL STEEET. ()M trw, by Uiidrt tboa Lent -June, So ntniDflj ot f place j Tti bmnrlie Joa urt taidtr ftrovB, Thy TMt oHnprrMfd la ub4 an4 -tan, Tlty irntik a baUcral en f TVby larrJt tf. t .H tie beat f H Undml lira are Ih1 f Ty noon tttmxnV'tM cttnr to ret, TAjr y wthful fi .rtifU, Ta iie-w forma drrt; Lnvg "ce Ir Mi flwL mr Lappraa it do Una baa rrnt Tby qnirprinliaib apart f K tJinndprlwlt tar form baa bent, Nor axe, by fltrw franroTMiieiit 1dL Ha4Micbt tbj likldrii liart! Haw old art fUoa, gray jTcanwret ' . DrcIaretoroetLiatajte "" Want bird brought frou mdm dtataiit abore f "Wjwt planted bere aince orbefore The itorolatiou'a tUgef Cant tboa recall the tnonnraent Of WillUm Pitt, up street, "Whirl), like tbjtejf, did m...

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. — 5 August 1875

fee gfattfas $Mei gOL. inUUBBt Eaitor. TBO"Z, KANSAS; Thursday, August 5, 1875. The Destitution Business. Many persons think that wo shonld have re jected the article pnhlished last week, from School District No. CO, as it was only humiliating to those concerned, and mortifying to the people of the County generally. We did not believe the article could benefit any person; bnt in accord ance with an established rule to Kive all persons a chance to present their side of the question, wo admitted it. We are now inclined to helievo that many of those whoso names appeared, do not approve of the publication, and, in fact, did not know that their statements were to be so us ed when theyRavo them in. There are. doubtless a number of persons in the'District in straitened circumstances; hut on the other hand, we are credibly informed that several of those who made statements, have money out at interest; several are the owners of two or three large and good farms; and one is said to be the own...

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. — 5 August 1875

R. ', .' r r ). & i gnat pittas. TJinumi.E AT WIITE A Jinn Cal.IIi. Wife'- Tbroot-nrrow E-v-rope from MnnninB by a Mob. Jut TlmnMlaj.JoIjZHh, White Cloud w the wen e of one of the most Lonible 1 c.M WuoJe.! mnnler.oii record, in which ft ren named TViniani IIant cot hi wife throat, cabins her dealh almo uiunuj " fullowiu are the particular Hnnt hMnothrwlat in.lt- Cloud long, and nothing i. Inown of hi. preriou hUtory For some onthi, be ha been in the employ of C W Sbrcre, trainlnc bow. Several jean ao. Jacob llaher trick mason, from Cln cfroau, Ohio, came to White Cloud, w.th hi. family He Lailw.Teraldanphieni one fboni wa a widow, named Tito.. Unrt married thU widow Titaa. The entire out nt wa of a low order, qoarrebjome. and of bad repaUtion. Scmr (laim that the murdered woman wa. not ao bad. bat vastuado toapprarso by hcrauironndin?. and aaaocU lioua but tbia i a juetion that has iU two aide. llant and hU wife liad Iecn hvtaz dwagrtcably for some time He bad beaten her, and t...

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. — 5 August 1875

Wixt gW ti ilte femg 4befnl irofl (taioniS. J. B. B7ERS, gat tte mmx. Winter wbcat is most apt to Iks irjjnred by al ternate frecrinjr and thawing ratucr than by lonffcontinnwl cold, freezing to a great depth. Wuen the gronnd is frozen deeply, the wheat Blant does not, and can not, "heave out," When wehaveadeep frost, then afewdaysof niildcrwea ther thaws the surface, and a very slight frost fol lowing, this will snap tbo wheat roots and leave them on the surface; and this occurs alike on drained or nndrained soil. There is no absolute remedy for this evil, but it can be palliated by encouraging a different habit of growth of wheat rr-it,. Here comes in tho advantage of a rich, mellow and shallow seed bed for wheat, with a bard underpan, repelling rather than inviting Fall growth ot me wueai, . "..,.... m...Ji. ,in nn lrvinir to net long, deep roots on ...i,at nlnntin V.ill. Ten chances to one, if we do, the freezing and thawing of Winter will i.r1r 1 roots and injure, if not destro...

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. — 12 August 1875

y" -- - Wttwb 1 i flnnf n Hi i" MTiTTf "i l ' IMiTiw . If , SOL. MILLER, EDITOB AND FUBLISHEB. VOLUME XIX-NUMBER 8.1 mxmt Vntixs. BINaZN 017 TEE BHlNii. BT MSS. JtOSTOK. A soldier of the I(rIon lay dyine it Algiers ; There wis lack of woman s nursing, there in dentil of woman's tears ; Bat a comrade stood beside him, while lit lite-blood ebbed away. And bent, with pitying lancea, to bear whit be might nr. The dying soldier filtered, as he took that comrade's hind. And he said: "I serer more shall see my own, my satire land; Take a message, and a token, to soae distant friends of mine. For I was born at Bingen at Bin gen on the Shine. Tell my brothers and eotnnanioaar whew tkryCeaeei -aaw crowd aronnd, ' r "9 To bear nr jnonmfal story in the pleasant vineyard ground. That we fonght the battle bravely, and wben the day was done, Full many a corpse lay ghastly pale, beneath the setting son. And 'midst the dead and dying, were some grown .old in wars. The d.ath wound on their gallant br...

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. — 12 August 1875

xt toms $luci SOL. 3HXXJSIt, Editor. THOY, KANSAS: Thursday, August 12, 1875. Andrew Jolmson. There is a maxim which Bays we should speak only good of the dead. Ordinarily, tho maxim u correct; hut when the deceased was a pow ';, .. jx.t -iurv to be spoken uau, ami mo iu.w uv . is-.caif iIa LO of in his history were evil, "" Knri, speak only good of hira.and leu iu - a man was Andrew Johnson. Mr. Johnson was a remarkable man n some respects, and bad may admirable traits. H . pergonal integrity has never been questioned; bat he was at heart a Io.rer of bis conntry, there is no doubt; and he never enriched himself by theft or plunder in office. There are even many points in which he conld be imitated with credit. Ho never earned a reputation as a lover of rifts, or caused the feeling to prevail that a rich present was tho snreat passport to his official fa vor. when it was necessary to consult him up on important public business, (t-jvas never nec essary to hnnt him np at some pleasur...

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. — 12 August 1875

- d hK . gtoal tottt&. The Bih Ball Game. The match game of base Ian between tie merchant mad Uwjer.ofTroy.eime off on lt Fridy forenoon. TTo were there In person, to repert th. game, and tierfore til. account may be relied upon. One hoor waa taken np in disputing nd quarrelling aa to who .iontd play. nd who .honld not. Tie lawyer wanted llanny Bevllle, because ie w.. lawyer: but the merchant, objected to any pofessioaal pUyer being sd- mltted. He waa finally let in. Then tae lawyer orougu. forward Bibcock and Bearer, contending that they be longed to the Troy Bar. The merchant, dfcjmted their right, a. not living In Troy, rinany Baicock was admit ted. Then the merchant, wanted to take in Len.I.oyea orJlmRevtlle. clerks in .tore., and profeeaionsi pis yers. to pit sgainst Manny Berffle. Th. lawyer, would not con sent. W. P. Russell did not pnt in an appearanCAand hi. place hadto be filled. After much srumbUng by the Iawrcrs. "old man Reese" wa. allowed to fill the vacancy. Thus,...

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. — 12 August 1875

' "2EJBWJ JMi- VfttJSS. lt a or ite gutmx. VtfWVMWVWlAMWWM THE CCI-TIVATIOTC BV WHEAT. BY CHABLES E. IIIESTER. Vf!,. ta InnV qf tfin tnw "iT-ei-acrA nf I be Tfbeat crop in the old settled States, and the fcit de creasing average in the new, (except In new land; wo most conclnde that there is some mismanage ment with regard to the crop. And if so, wiiai is it I In the first place, I am convinced that onrusnal rotation by making wheat follow t" oat crop, is wrong and exhausting. i- f In Enrope, two white ' 4"&h over taken in succession. Their '"J?"-. attention to the protection and ejection olm nnres and their P"IPP',ea"0SS1l50!0theSme increasing, and why shonld not o teeBame with equally good management! It may bedo- ?ya whyThey SnotgW the finer kinds of Sblta whS aformerly f The answer I thmk lands have deteriorated I Ilnde to the proper amplication of manure. I do not think that wheat is the crop to which barn yard or stahlo mannro should be applied di rectly It has a tendency ...

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. — 19 August 1875

Zjm3Zl9Fm&S&iinZaSiri vcnaienm i ,, a s- THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION, J. r.";. , TEUMS-$2.00 PER ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. : rrsr ,,, s. , u u Etj V J. - If I? V ! SOL. HILLKR, EDITOR ASD PUBLISHER. VOLUME XIX-NUMBER 9.1 Choice Stoffw. VTHAT THTZ SAY OF Jmsy AW1I, well, tlie jNior olJ r hi i .tftvl. S. -t- are riil riilni t Ut t 4 , I! fa, iJi.lrtil. qUcbIMiU Cnwi. fcr 3r. lie Ilrwl bat iu the put if He .-, of lHiMlcM2-Djba4 ti , AH IT tlrry wbW ' tlitMCuU fcUtfP. AkU r Uio yoaue ami 1mj1X i Wlio rrimwut ih iiwU fi! K tmld tluit lw iM iwtllect TJtudajDof UjIol clearly htiU; ThaootUr litre be a! t HtK' That riMi l-twiile fli cntvluiied hill ; The tmMf t where be Invrtl tUi fih. WItb bix two bro. lie m, Tom ami Jalce ; And stuffrd mv m with aneolotfit. Until pty weald aWj-Jirhe. JTe fanckl that be ofUn heard His mothrr'a role upon tbn air. An. ev-h bin father's buekll '-!.. Cnatinp faintly on tbn atalr. That mnrn tbnmbed liiltle, worn and soiled, 2i"o monej- cxmld bare boucbt, 1 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. — 19 August 1875

'r I ' I " Wot l&ttSflS SJhic SOI. anXXER, Editor. TROT, KANSAS; Thursday, August 19, 1875. The Grange. The Kansas Tama, edited by a prominent member of the Grange, is becoming disgusted with the way the Grange U being mn, and enters the following complaint: n.- t.iw,. oi thia State have expected, aa they have a .J. e(?5?Sit the order would practically assist them iu i&,r7oiT.lnsprodueU upon the market. There eeJ?SuePScn cAred why aome practical and iuXrm Suta not been brought forward and urged !Lr7k.eHbvtheofBcere property elected to do no. 5CJatheoir,nJliOnof cUlity a a business betel. to goorfc aoTdo something that i, within the .?w,fl.. mrabera. which will save money and aeenre Wer Bricthannemhera, Individually, can reach. The croS U Fn rt Sweated, and the balance in another sixty daMwfflhareiaatured. The epportanity and the necea Str for some plan by which the Patrons by ConnUea may work to a uniform ytem la at hand. The Executive Committee of, the Kanaaa State Grange, ...

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. — 19 August 1875

hv v V R i- V t - at pitta. THE KANSAS CHIEF. SOU MILLER fuMlsjher. Twn tvoii ic a rui Abtascx. Payment should 1 JSrSnAK I adr.o; otbcnrlse..tbe rate of J per year will b. chased, .t lb. discretion 01 tne ruwuuer. a rftrortlJtlris Ratea i I ijf' One Square ....-...- Two Square. - - TnreeSquarea -- Qoarterof a Column... -. Half a Column One Column . -. For any other lenjrtli "t time, to fcor1"", 7lth "" Basioess cards of 3 Boo or less i a year. ilialand transient adrertisemenU, II per square furtbenVst Insertion, and 30 cenU per aquare for neb subsequent Insertion. Special Notices w IB 1 changed 30 per cent, extra s and editorial adrertisements and personal communications, double price. . Ela-nt lines of solid Nonpareil mate one equate. An tractions of half a square and over, are counted a a foil ""jldrertlaenirnta reqnirins to be eertiSed to, will be charged the coat of certifying, in addition to the regular Transient adTertieements mnat be paid for InrarlaMy in advance. rr JOB 'WOR...

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. — 19 August 1875

ot tU gSfittfl!. Hon- 3Ire Wheat. TlietiEaf inlerest is attractiug mora interest in this ennntry at present than any other pro duct. The country is so eminently fitteil for it (bat do otlier grain has any chance foe suprema cy, although other crops are rery profitable. Wheat in central Kansas oceppies the same posi tion that corn docs" in Illinois the principal anil most profitable crop. The present crop of.wheat is mnch larger than that of "last year," -and -the prospect is that next year's acreage ..vilL.fnl'j donhle' this. In some of the newer Counties, such as McPherson, Kice, Ellsworth, Lincoln, Ottawa, etc., more wheat 'wonld prohahly have been sown last year had not times shut down so close and rendered it almost impossible to secure seed. The bountiful crop of. this fcasou will make it within the reach of all to secure plenty of seed this Fall, and we presume eryacfu will be sown to wheat that can bo spared from other crops. But while ne are jjUd to see large wheat fields so...

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. — 26 August 1875

7" rfaiMM i If . t SOL. 3IILLKK, EDITOR AXD PUBLISHER. J. THE CONSTTTUTIOK'AND THE UNION. TERMS-S.qo PER AXNlflf, IN ADVANCE. A R r7 r r if VOLUME STX-OJMBER 10., Choice ?&)dm T1TE POOB STAK'S JEWELS. BT Mfc. JUM - l-KM-WC, XI V lit'tnr it I I"" . Tiipr 5iiw! ft ! Ut'J Awl iHU-.jiit. " n " That J Op Jttiu fcitP-ftlw lu .U-wr-waj r In nr Kiit that it ha It Uaatle, MI ..uicklj C" je iW. Yonr fatbr tejr.ari iwr Tlut'j JW-i vlth IimIp o ydlowT '" Thit Sirt wHli Wra rivals. Tint TViH Hli lAwny.tnmiicr Tuckul In bUxtocLtDZ leg; Ami ji-mlcr two wer ttirlin:;-. re bonny Jean cud Mrg.1 A cluiter of Xilr jewel. Five in Uie ragyt-I ct ; If any nun bj brighter, I liave to It-ira it yet ; ,1ml. Torn, when I am awlnns Tlie- arms with weary train, Their lItfd fire cheer nie, Afiii matd me atrun again. I nomrtimfM alt and womler, "Wliat will their fature bn ?" If tliry muitt U-lve and putter A treadmill ronml liVe inc; Aiw! ncarcely at tlie j'i-ar end JIaro half a croat f iiiare And aee bad men...

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. — 26 August 1875

m BWKBW1 SOI.- MOsS-EK, Eaitor- TEOY, KANSAS: Thursday, : : : : : Angnst 26, 1875. Eastern Politics. Tbe political eitoation in tbe East, especially in Ohio, is decidedly novel. There we find the Democrat on the old Whig and Republican pa per money platform, MIe the Republicans are on Z Democratic hard money platform. The re snlt in Ohio, it is supposed, -ill have a strong influence npon the President.al election, yet the Democrats in most of the State, are denouncing the position of the Ohio Democracy, and conlnb nting their inflnence to its defeat. Senator Mor ton the author of the vetoed currency hill; and at one time almost a Pendeltonian in his finan cial views, is stumping the State in favor of the Republican platform, which is opposed to the currency measure; and Senator Thurman, an op ponent of tbe currency measure, is stumping in favor of the Democratic ticket, which is runuing upon a greenback platform. All the chances in Ohio have seemed to be in favor of the Republican 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. — 26 August 1875

Sjfci Vi ; goal gpattav. THE KANSAS CHIEF. SOI MILLER Xnblilier. 1 made .tHctlr In iuItwc iOthr derate of per 3 wr will be charged. tbe discretion of tie I ublisber. ri-P-ortiJSlXlggf0' 'lmo-J3mo. 1 year. One Square Two Squares - Three Squarea Quarter of a Column . HalfaColumn . fiw jj ., too .' 1.00 110.00 oo 10.(O lioo 2UX) I 15.00 One Colnmn. . .00 i U0 For any other Ingtli of time. In "' J,1 th ire rates, which .PP only, to resular adrerti.inS. ISusinrM cards or lines ri-j---- .. Forlecaland transient advertisements, l per square foMbelrVtta.rrtion, and M cent per V ' - "!&SS!Zm be cb.r,ed SO per cent. extra, and editorial adTcrticniits and personal communications, JrJ'KhtPUnM of .olid Nonpareil maVe one square. All tractions of half a square and over, are counted as a full "'Advertisements rwfnlrins to be certified to, will be charted the coat of cerUfjinp, In addition to the regular Transient adrertisenients mut be paid for Invariably la rp-JOB TTORK of all'ilnda done on a...

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. — 26 August 1875

a" jta the amer. SOWIMOFWHEAT. We took time ly the forelock, in rrar last num ber, to advise onr wheat srowing friends to sow their wheat eatlier than has been enstomary lor 'many years pant ; and -a e seized the occasicm "J express the feelin of pleasure with 1 i : -.... oiiMimf thnt tore "" had been impressed, at learning that M"!' !.-. .!v.nl,.l..tflir vpara. fewer aaocair had, within the lost few years. than heretofore. The dread of ravage from " nttnrlcR of the Italian fil . a -.it niYii wheat. ."""'. .i..,t after orin-inatwl the custom of tale so iu, ,, gon iuj; , -. w0 hare long very mature consideration, " ""' reed the come to the conclnsion-and "n " flnreben. come to tue concinsiuu -- " Vi lio anreben-opinion-that there is l' i', 't Xtri.c M from tho autumnal .tttej e , f tire insect, tuan inert. . ,L u Winter and early fcpni CJ 1Ulll wLere natethawinSa..dfrc Kf nor . , the wheat plants 'Uvn,' to esten.1 the lateness of tbeweJ lg . le their roots and 'D11"ecou,,la,1t with r...

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. — 2 September 1875

Itatitf ft w rv LI Kt V SOL. 3IILLKK, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. VOLUME XIX.-NUMBER 11.1 Ww Itortru. the coansoN SCHOOL. Th oinimcn ttchool, iLe conMuon acluiol, ' We ine iU iriw fitT Oli ! w4 from it runobllnj; raw Can finr afffrttoDK wetcr. How tof morr hH evrry urnir AUtoit 'flowrry matri, w . Aim! nrcnitr iww rch" power Of tlMioftht l tJ It" yntMrml S)ioe learn 'neath amilemie role. And aonie in ct..ice cLi , But. till. our M--.! common nciWil Will educate the mfn. Here j out b ful berueH win their name. Here fctatratnen Irani tliMr Irttera, Anl many a Uorel-r-fl aon f fame To common wiiool are debtors. Ceaide tbe way the acnool-room tUnda, It farora broadcast Mwinxi v The tblldren coma In itwy btuxji. To (rather what bea Ktrewtng. Dear little people, fre from care, Tbefr well-.rnei. Iuon aayl&g, Vith pleajunt music fill the air. Like bony bee a Maying. The common school, a holy charm Jd all it scenes repoeeti ; Iff re Wiwlom Htanda with open palm, To crown us with her ronea. Her...

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. — 2 September 1875

. w atmmmatmmmm 1te pSCausi5 SOX., g Editor. TBOY, KANSAS: Thursday, : . : September 2, 1875. A I.IbcI Csc. The trial of Hughes, editor of the Marysvillo Sea for libel upon one Moijiergen, came offlast week. It appears that a person in WateWille seduced a girl, and then absconded. Mngbe published the fact, and gave the name of Mel Lergcnastlieguiltrman. But he made amis taVo in the name, which sounded yery much like Sleibergen, lint was not that name. He learned of his mistake after tho paper was issued, and made 3 trip to Vatcrville, to explain to Mciber Een, and assure him that he would make the proper correction in his next issue. But, like the gpotless Anthony, noiui..B . ." . .u satisfy the injured Meibcrgen. He refused to be comforted, hut at onco had Hughes arrested for libel. As wo said above, tho trial came off. The judge made the usual favorite rulings, that un less the pulication was' tr6 and was published from good motives, tho defendant must bo found guilty; that if tho...

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. — 2 September 1875

"Ssr IV toal gtattais. THE KANSAS CHIEF, SOL. MILLER, XJubliher. Teima : Two DoiiXEg a Tua. is Adtaxcx. Payment should " mdttlc0r In adranee ; otherwise, the rate of fcj per year will be charged, at the discretion of the Publisher. J.t3rrGzrtt wins Hates: lyear. One Square......... .. . Two Squares Three Square Quarter of a Column llalfaColumn One Column , KM tiOO flM J10.00 4.00 7.00 10.00 17.00 ?xo loxo nun sun 10.00 15.00 2340 40.00 13.00 23.00 40.00 75.00 25.00 40X0 73X0 130X0 For any other length of time. In accordance with the abore rates, which apply only to regular adTertiaing. Business carda of 5 lutes or less. 13 a Tear. wto rates, wnicn apply only to regular aa Business cards of 5 lines or less, ti a year. for legal and tranaient advertisement, II per square for the first insertion, and 30 centa ner sonare. fur r.h eubsequeut Inaertion. Special Notices will be charged SO per cent, extra ; and editorial adrertissments and personal communications, double price. Eight linea ...

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. — 2 September 1875

IM''a,M"M''"'"M,''MMBM1,'M,1,,'"M'",a"""" gw iltc farmer. & BEPIEgBEB HINTS. In September the former begins to receive re turns for months of care ami labor. He' has hitherto been castinR bread upon thewaters, and now it returns alter many days. His reward is now in proportion to his faith. If hn has be lieved in what he has read in these pages, in the fruits of his own and other's experiences, and in the teachings of intelligence and common scnte, he has not been chary of hard work, constant at tention, and generous treatment of his land and crops: he has fed his land, and now his fields will feed him in return. Iiow the farmer learns that out of nothing, nothing comes. If he has put nothing upon his fields, his crop is poor. If, on the other hand, he has well aud intelligently fertilised and worked, be finds in spito of sea sons, that he has lorn; fall, and the promise of harvest is surely fulfilled to those who carefully meet the requirements of 6eed time. The better the farm...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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