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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 9 September 1875

J 5 i ' ' " ''' '-4 inPJPjRJU7 VMffV&f -jr TT'i r rX fc, ft,' jT it I .SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AXI PUBLISHER. VOLUME XIX.HSTUMBER 12, i CMtotcc ftfcim TWEOTTT YEARS MARRIED. V, twenty jmm Lave uinjrM tlit-lr Ill-lit, Sjiicothat mj ktrriuim ril ItnM.tt. wltrii, mi a Iwnntt-oiM Sitmmrr iifclrt, 1 JIrt ajunitiiiil a Uuwi r yil. 1 li bail rot r-d t Im M intl rlnin. Ami ctM-frfully hiiImcHImmI tire v$rw j PrrluM IMiIo tliia?iiarain, l'frLai tliouh 1 ia ulder nor. Ah. wi-Il ila I tvcall the time W'Ufti .lm. now itensire by ny Me, Slilt in her bliuhinjr, murnfu; jirioie A trailrr. Awrt, anil balifal Lr.de. AimI I. Haprnnd of tlmt dearliaiiil, Could warr conUin myelf for 1Hm IM iMiuIit a tiact of fairy Un.l, Ami Healed my mrcbafte with a Uu rrliappinr we trimmed nnrsafl. JT 3Tr5rtinmt1e brlile'aad I -Ilnjn:' breeze blew a pleanant sale. And gently Malta! the Snnmrr 'y. Tbe woiM nvenied made for hr tud me, AH bright wherever we nilgbt turn ; Onr Ufa to be a tranquil wa- Swet-tluuocenta! we'd...

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. — 9 September 1875

It I f soil. aniiUEE, Eaitoi-. TEOY, KATTSAS; Thursday, : : : September 9, 1875. Buncoiabc Reform. Tbero seems to be an uprising in different parts of the conntry, at tlio present time, for the snppresion of bawdy-honscs. An immense) pub lic meeting was lield in Atchison, a few eTenings since, to consider this snlijeet, and it was resolv ed, with great unanimity, to continue the war until every known honso of ill-fame was broken op. So far, well enongh; for such houses are no credit to a town. But why scalp the young wolves, and leave the old ones to breed t Bawdy-houses, demoralizing as they arc, are not the one-thousantb part as corrnpting as tho private bawdy-honses, carried on by the upper circles, by people who move in the most respectable so ciety. These. aro what are undermining society. The public bawdy-houses are supplied with their material by these aristocratic establishments. After having served an apprenticeship here, and having been detected and exposed, the guilty one...

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. — 9 September 1875

V u. n p f i ii frcat $attrjS. THE KANSAS CHIEE. SOL. MILLBR, FnbUnIier. S2L5eh'.t th0 ""? the rubfilEr! trii ii ? 'T " de In payment, or nsnecessarr trouble is given, ft in alwaya best to lure a elear7 stannlng with the I-ablUh wbjn "mT L. toireX lma. 3 mo. 8 mo. lj-ear. On Square.. Two Squares, tiSO 4J0 7X0 10.00 15-00 23.00 1100 7X0 10.00 15.00 23.00 40 00 (7.00 10X0 17X0 25.00 40.00 75.00 tioxo 17X0 25.00 40X0 75.00 150.00 inree Squares. Quarter or a Column ..., it lalf a Column One Column... i -F othS Vr"1! of Pme- ,n rdance with the above rates, which apply only to regular advertising. BtoeM cards of Seines or lesa, 13 a year. lor legal and transient advertisements, tl ter sonant P 'oWe" " be charged SO per cent extra : and doubI?Prl,c1e:erttoemCT,U "d VrsoSS eommli Eight lines of solid JToBparell make one square. All -vI7H.Mn"D,-reBlt,BC to be eertined to, win be rate? certifying, in addition to the regular Transient adTertlaementa mart be paid for inrariably In , V&" JOB...

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. — 9 September 1875

'I Hi- ln ft J It: if gm the iitmcj THAT PEMUBMT WEED. JCditor Champion : Yon have frequently called attention to that vilo wcol, witb prickly leaves and yellow flowers, which ecerns to threaten to overrun all Eastern Kansas. Anil yon seem to desire farther information as to the plant. It U kuowu, botanically, as the Solonnin nestratum, and is allied to tho common potato in botanic character. The plant is not named in the older cla&s books of botany, of the Eastern and South ern States, bnt is described in Wood's Botanist and riorist, under the above name. It was not met with by Major Emory, in his expedition to .New Mexico and Califonia, in 1847. Nor v. an it collected by Captain Stauobury, in his expedi tion to Utah in lfc-W, but was collected in West ern Texas in 1K3, by Captaiu John Pope, in his explorations for a railroad route from tho IJed river to the Bio Grande. It seems nearly certain, therefore, that the "long horn" traffic has introduced this weed. Its bnra finding l...

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. — 16 September 1875

Sb .j rs $7 , O ni jwlrll ft -i SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AM) PUBLISHER. VOLUME XIX:-NUMBER 13.1 IlOICe 0Cftl. SEX.SHAZZAB'8 PEAST. The royal feast ni spread. The Mblti seated round? Belshaxzar mt the head. With gleamingjewels crowned: His haughty heart beat high. And, drunk with praise and viae. "Bring faith the cap. be uU "Id Judah deemed divine I" " 'Mid mirth and festal songa,. The burning goblets flowed. And sacrilegious tongues Profaned the name of God ; But gloom-like terror fan On King and babies all. When a shadowy haid appeared Upon the palace van. k' ,. Terror-struck, ami led. Did Kinz and nobles atand ; Each atraining eye-ball gated Upon that lonely hand. The lamp-light glimmered pale AboTe the festive hall, While the mystic Angers wrote Upon the palace waU. The Chahlee 's lore wai taxed In vain to read the scroll, And peaceleu terror waxed Upon Belshazzar'a souL The gray-haired seers came. In mystic knowledge bred; Their myetic aUIl m vain The writing waa unread. A man of God...

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. — 16 September 1875

3bt SKausasi W. SOX.. MHEB' -EOitor. "" ,,st""--n-n--,i- TROT, KANSAS: Thursday, : : : September 1G, 1875. Tbc Metropolis Business. Since tbo publication of Senator IngaUs' "Open Letter," there is a great uprising among aspiring Kansas cities to becomo the particular Metropolis that ho speaks of. Leavenworth, Lawrence, Atchison, ami Wyandotte are each and all looking for it. Before tlicy are tbxongb, they will be fighting liko cats and dogs over it, and Missouri will sop np tho gravy, as usoal. Wo have received an invitation to visit Wyan dotte on tbo 23d insL, which day has been ap pointed for persons from all parts of tho State to look over tbo ground, and see what they have to show in the way of room for tho Metropolis. Personally, we have no interest whatever in tho Metropolis business, but wo have some sympathy for Wyandotte for one reason. Congressman Cobb pnblished an "Open Leter," in response to that of Ingalls, as he had a perfect right to do, in which he presented the clai...

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. — 16 September 1875

" . :f I I i 1om gfatte. THE .KANSAS CHIEF. SOL. Mimnn, IrrtllsLer. Tonus: Two Dollaes a Tbae. K Autascc Payment should ni,rictJ3' ln 5 etberwise, the rate or (3 per Tfrwin be cbarsed, at the discretion of the Publisher, l fie extia dollar will In no case be exacted, except -when ISEiwE? j AeU7 V ,."to to rayment, or unnecessary trouble la grrni. It is always best to hare a dear under, standing itlt the Publisher, when tine is desired. V-fA-p-oi-tt Ring Ratoa: 1 no. 3 mo. C hjo 1 year. Onefjinare RJO iioo 17.00 tlOiO TjroSonarea jo 7.00 10.00 17.00 TbreeSquarr 7.00 10.00 17.00 23.00 "natter of a Column 1U 130)0 25M 40.00 lialfaColumn 13.00 23.00 40.00 73.00 UueColnmn 2L00 40.00 7S.0O 15000 Por any other length of time, in accordance with the ore rates, which apply only to regular adrertlslnz. Business canla of 5 fin ra or leas, 5 a year. Tot legal and transient advertisements. It per square for the first insertion, and SO cents per square for each subsequent insertion. Special XoUee...

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. — 16 September 1875

I yj Ttf y-yJ - . i joy ibe $ raw. r. r. f-rinrrilwvajm Fall Sowing af Grant. Fanners bould not forget to sow grasses lho latter part of Summer or early Ju the Fall. "Wo sneak of it now that plans may be made in time, and preparations completed when the season ar rives fur patting the seed in the ground. August and September aro the best months for the pur pose, and all such forage plants as timothy, blue crass, orchard grass, clover, and, indeed, ali the perennials, do better when sown tlie.n than at any other period of tho year. They get a good growth before frost, and may be cut next Spring ; but if sown in the Spring, a whole year must elapse before they can be cut Besides, Fall town grasses are so advanced and well rooted by the succeeding hot season that they will stand it better than if they had been sown only a few months before. " Timothy should be sown on the richest or bot tom land that is dry enough for wheat, in quan tities of twelve pounds to the acre. Cut when in full...

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. — 23 September 1875

L . SOL. SILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. TER3IS-S2.00 PER ANNUM, IX ADTAXGE. VOLUME XIX.-NUMBER 14.1 TROY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1875. '. WHOLE NUMBER, 950. Fr r If .s J C lwcc Itoefm THE OLD SCHOOL-HOUSE. They're lea the scbool boane, Charley, where yran ar Aim shot nir paper la.leU at Inn ituuUt'n tlniowuro hat: The booklagMie nn which It linng, aud muter epeth BOW, Where cbool bay trick can never cat a ahadoir o'er bis brow. They've built new, !nipoii ouw the pride of all the town And langbiiij' kJ laiwes go iu broad stern nn and down; A lower crown Its a mm it, with new, a innniler bell. That youthful ears, in dletast houit-, mar hear IU music aclL I'm U tine In the old one, with ftabatU-red, hinzpleaadoor The wfndowa are all broken, and the uttmrm lie on the fluort I,leu-. of aJljtba merry tojawherompwdaodatadied here, Itcmaln to aee it battered up, and left o lone and droar. I'm sitting on the same old bench where we sat side by aide, J ...

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. — 23 September 1875

!"' lte fKausas SOI. nrrr'T-":KT EtUtor. TROY, KANSAS: Thursday, : : : September 23, 1875. KKPUBLICAJV CEnTBAL CG3I3IITTEE. There will be a meeting of the Republican County Cen tral Committee of Doniphan County, in Troy, on ZIonday, the 4th day of October, 1S75, to consider mitten of inter est to the parry. A full attendance of the members is earnestly desired, a the question of holding a County Convention win be one of the subjects for conalderation. E. If. -WHX1ASIS, Chairman. a LttaSD. Je, Secretary. Central Committee. Towa Towjmnr K. M. 'Wl!liaras, B. S. Campbell, JL McVay. Wotr Em Towxbhip D. "W. Morse, Nathaa Spring er, John L. Blair. Czxtsx TownHir Robert Tracy, C Leland, Jr , H. L. aleAnaina. Wanr Towmhtp Robert nicldnger, J. B. Kennedy. Wabbtxotos- Towssrar C ITahrung, W. C. Searcy, Seneca Gurney. JlaBiOS Towssmr Joseph Randolph, C. 0. lladonlet, Wm-H-Deckard. Etna Oil Towiship Ilcnry Coirjer, m. Eye, Sam ad Lehnunn. m icbi E?" Gold closed at New Tork, on Monday, at 23 cent...

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. — 23 September 1875

.J fr K cf Mat patte. THE KANSAS CHIEI, SOL. UirLIEK, l?tibllsher. Torms: WP0.1-.? .A j"" " .urar. Payment should T?n"i,,lc vr fa d"? i otherwise, tie ret. of 13 per ?S.?.lrbn!S'.t tbe """ the Publisher. MreSSl iU5rilrfUi ta "a C? to 4. Pt wben SSSSff ii deU7.'. n,.de '1 W. r nnneeeMary if?-b. U ,?Tni ll u '"y best to bare a clear under standing with the Publisher, when time is desired. Gzno. lyear. One Square.. ...... TwoSinare. ThreeSqnare. Quarter of a Column UalfaColumn One Column.. . .. I3J0 M00 tr.oo io.no nja 25.00 40LOO 7X00 (10.00 17.00 25.00 40.00 75.00 150.00 too X3 7.00 10 00 15.00 2k00 10.00 1S.00 25.00 4000 For any other length of time, in accordance with the almve rstea, which apply only to regular adrertUlnc. liuslnes. rarda of S lines or lena, (S a year. For fool and transient adTertlsemanU, tl per aanare for tbe first insertion, and M cent pet square for each nbsequent Insertion. Special Notices win be charged 50 per cent, extra ; and oiiwil rtratlmoh and personal ...

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. — 23 September 1875

A ft gw of tfte toug. 4tjftil ami finite?. J. B. S7ERS, DEHTBOriNG 1TEBDS. We haTe manylnquiries for the best way of destroying certain weeds. There are general principles, which, if comprehended, might be readily and nnderstandingly applied to any ono individually. Weeds are of two kinds annuals and biennials, which are spread by seed ; and ereepins-rooted perennials, which extend by the root. The former inclnde rag-weed, fox-tail, Eig-weod, pnrslaDe, cockle, wild mustard, shep erd's purse, chick-weed, red-root, wild camo mile, burdock, mullein, horso thistle, chess, &c. The latter inclnde milk-weed, quack grass, Can ada thistle, toad flax, it To kill the annuals, the process is simple and alike for nearly all namely, to destroy them just as they are about to peep above the hnrface, by harrowing, if in large fields, or by the hand-rake, iu 6mall gar dens. Keep the surface constantly clean and mellow; if you go over it often, the weeds can never get any headway ; the soil will b...

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. — 30 September 1875

i ,., ) jn - - ' -a ? . f SOL. HILLKIt, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER.- VOLUME XIX.-NUMBER 15. (SJlWtCC 0CfV. OWE NO KAN A DOLLAR. llT C1UCLT4 r. hllltXJ. Oli. do iM,t rnrj, my on iIku- wife. The ra)tli f onr tirit-duor irf.i1ort J Jut Md me alii! to lx tont of heart. And cbMTfuIljr follow rov labor. Vi ma-it Vnoir, the last of tlut-w little ilebta That hare We n our Iio;prin; orrav. 1 iu!. tlilx niIit! to v.i'II Im-Ui forth, Aud khaki Itaitit with the worhl to-imirrow! Oh. the debtur i but a nhauir-facni iIajc, AVI tli the crwhtor'a name on hit rollarj While I am a Kin;, at. xu are a Quern, For we owe no mas a dollar I Oar ne1hlor Ton mw In liU coach tMUy, With hi wife and hi flaunUn daagUtrf V1tIIe we hat down to our carttli'M boanU -To a cms and a cup of water. , I mw tliat the tear-drop Htood la jour ere. Though you trictl your best in conceal It; I anew that the contrast reached your heart. And you could not help Irat feel It; But knowing now, that oar scanty fare Ha freed my neck from ...

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. — 30 September 1875

MaVMatfP9U4naMi fl $ l f. ft k SOL. ICQXiUK, Editor. THOY, KAKSAS: Thursday, : : : Septemlier 30, 1875. REPUBLICAN CKRTBAI, cOSUalTTBE. Then irm be a meeting of the Bepubllean County Cen tal Committee of Doniphan County. In Troy, on Monday, the 4th day of October, ISA to consider matter of inter et to the party. A foil attendance of tbe member. Ii eaixeatly dealred, aa the queation of holding County ConTentlon wfll be one of the eubjeeta for eon.lder.tlon. R. M. WILLIAMS, Chairman. C.T.P.IVD.JR, Secretary. Central Conm-H"- Iowa." Tow-wmr-B. M. Wllllama, B. S. Campbell. IL HeVay. ...... Wolf Bitsb Tovnxmr D. W. Horse, Within Spnng- er, John I. Blair Cxxnz Tow-rsnn Robert Tracy, C. Leland, J r , U. L. HcAdama. Warm Towxrarr Robert Flleklnger, J. B. Kennedy, A. Loir. Wasm-roTOS Tow-csnrr C. Xahrung, W. C. Searcy, Seneca Gnrney. Maciox TOWSSBTP Joaeph Randolph, C-O. Madoulrt, Win. H. Deckard. Buke Oak Towxshit Henry Cowger, Wm. Eye, Sam uel Lehmann. ieai m Z3T Gold closed at New York, M...

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. — 30 September 1875

f s 1 Wti patter. THE KANSAS CHIEF. SOL. MILLER, Publisher. . Tortna: Two DoiLxts x Tkar. i adyasc. Payment .boolJ ril y Id advance j otherwise, the raw of 3 per TearwUl berUirnl.it the discretion of the Publisher, ihe extia dollar will in no case be exacted, except when unreasonable delay U made in payment, or unnecessary trouble la civen. It ia always beat to hare a clear under standing with the Pnbliaher, when time la desired. -c3Lc.X7-oxrfcLslnc Xtx&tos: 1 mo. 1 3 mo. 1 6 mo llyear. One Sqnare Two Square. ........ Three Square SuarterofaColimin.. air. Column One Column .. ..... H50 7.00 10.00 li.00 2U $100 10.00 liOO sun 40.00 17.00 10.00 17.00 23.00 40-00 75.00 10.00 17.00 23X0 40X0 72.00 130.00 For any other length of time, ia accordance with the above rate, which apply only to regular adrerUsln. Business carda of S line or less, 3 a year. Fnrlrcaland tranaient advertisements, fl per square fur the tint Insertion, and SO cents per square for each subsequent Insertion. Spec...

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. — 30 September 1875

mi ifc gat iU gmmx. FBAIBIB FIBE8. Now is the t'm0 to niako fire guards, to pro tect stoclc and buildings from prairie fires. Now, farmers, don't go and no to, o or thrco times around yonr stacks with a breaking plow, and "eness that'll do." Don't yon know that tho fire has jumped the Solomon and Salina rivers time after timet It ia useless to trnst to anything less thana cer tainty. Tako your mower and mow a Btrip three or four rods wide, and when tliegrass mown gets thoroughly dry hnra it off. If this cannot be done readily, plow farrows aronnd yonr premis es, and then nioro a few rods away, and as soon as the grass will burn at all, bnrn it all ont caru fully. Tho best time is jist at night, as tlirre is gcncralh Icm vw"'l. and tho dew will Iii-lii to keen the fire nmler control. . . , . lfon rmibt bnru when there it a wind, Fct the flro next to the furrow, and so that the lire will have to run towards tho wind. Don't givo the (ire fiend the least chance in the world, or he will ...

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. — 7 October 1875

i SOL. 3IILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. ) YOLUME XIX.-NUMBER 16.1 Choice BtltXl THE SPOOK OP THE PEA1BIE-HEN. r KAICt. MAItBLK. Kill a prairitJtenT Not iniirli, yrr bet! I a'n't on that m mach m I war: Il bacLle to an bacon and prae. And nrver bUt In a meal that wan nqnar, Xwr wanh oe down with a tiflVr driok Than clubber and latMe, 'fore I il go back 00 Uie pnrtv tbiuxn. Thi-y'ift o bnman like. They ct like a gal lu a bran-new aacfc. They're ao iujwirtant and pruad, yet by, A-wri-clioj. with niiocin atep, throaj.b the enwa. Like the eaia when they go to Sunday acbouL And look at the cfaapa kind o' aly aa they put. Kf yer knew Xaney Style. Jet oyer the branch. And bad ever sUg?t ber nlbba rltted out In a speckled drena. with by-e roup d her throat. Von d know what I mean, without any doubt. "Wal, no I reckon you're more-n half rifilit: Tliat ant the only reaaon I'tc jot Vor poin hnnCTT afore I'd chnck A carraaa ol thrira In the dinner-pot. 1 a'n't ct mncb of what folka call Itellffion...

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. — 7 October 1875

-' - 3&e gtasas utf. SOU. MirLIIt, Etlitoi4- TBOY, KANSAS: Thursday, : : : : October 7, 1875. Kcpiibllcaxi County Contention. The Eepublicam of Doniphan County -will meet In Del egate Convention, at the Court House, in Troy, on ilONDAT. OCTOBEE lent, 1873, at 2 o'clock, P. 1C, for the purpose of placing In nomina tion candidate for the following County office, via : Three County Commissioners, Sheriff, Treasurer, Coun ty Clerk, Eegister of Deeds, Connty Surveyor, end Coro ner. Also, three ItresenUtfvea, at the discretion of the .delegations from the several Districts. The ratio of Representation will be as follows: mite Cloud, " Delegate. Highland, IS " Iowa Point, S " Fanning, 5 " Severance, 18 " Doniphan, 9 Geary City, 3 ' Brenner, 2 " Troy, 22 " Colmnbus, 6 " Wathena, 13 Elwood, S M Palermo, 7 ' Total, 121 u. Each precinct is the County win elect the number of delegates stated abore, and the same number of alternates. o proxies win be allowed in the Convention. It is recommen...

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. — 7 October 1875

w tout pattas. THE KANSAS CHIEJ. SOL. MlUCnsit, FixblUher. Torme: , Two Dollae a Ykab. a Adtasce. Payment should lw made strictly la adrance ; otherwise, the rate of O per rear win be rbar-red, at the discretion nf the Publisher. The extu dollar Trill In no case be exacted, except when unrrasonatde delay la made in payment, or unnecessary trouble U (riren. It U alwaya beat to hare a clear under standing with the Publisher, when time la desired. -.d-troxrtlarLELe Hatoa: 1 mo. 1 3 mo. IS mo. lyear. One Square... .., Two Suture Three Square .... ... SuarterofaColumn.. alf a Column , One Column...... . ... ISO 4J TOO 10 00 15 00 23.D0 JiOO 7.00 10X0 li.00 2SJ0 40.00 17.00 10 00 17X0 23.00 40.00 750)0 UtLOO 17.00 2S.00 40X0 75.00 150X0 For any other length of time. In accordance lrith the atore rate, which apply oaly to regular adrerUsinj;. Busine carda of 5 unee or leaa, 15 a year. Torlccaland transient adTertlsementa, fl per square fur the first insertion, and SO cent per square for ea...

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. — 7 October 1875

t gw of tltc Iriug. Htetful and feimtsu J. B-3Br?lBlRSi gnx iU gmwt. Fall Plowing. Foil plowing is a poimiar method of treating btnM)ie fields, yet wo have known old farmer to object to it, arguing t uat so much exposure of the soil to the snn ami drying winds, canted .1 largo jiart of the fertility to escape therefrom. Tlio saturated and dry condition of tho&oil being alternated from too mnch exposure to the heat if the sun and drying winds, hastens the decom position ol tlie organic matter, or manures in II10 soil, oud converts the vegetable mold into pas ses, the only form of nourishment, fit for plant food so rapidly and in snch abnndance that the toil is unable to contain it nil. This surplus fer tility passes into the atmosphere to remain nntil carried down again by rains to enrich other farms. . . . . . However true this argument may be, there are olher claims in favor of Pall plowing sufficiently valid to more than over-balance all the objec tions to it, if the work is p...

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