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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 11 May 1876

V w SOL'. 3IILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. r THE CONSTITUTION' AND THE UNION. i TERSS$2.00 PER ANNUM, IN ABTANCE. VOLUME XIX.-NTJMBER 47.1 TROT, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MAY 11, 1876. WHOLE NUMBER, 983. State Historical Sucictv Kansas W4 4 t ., A l-h Wktitt fto SAINT JONATHAN. BT JQ1CC G. BAXK. TbwVtt m-vny an xf eilen. Stint : St- Geor-e, with hi dragon mad Unc ; St.-PAtrkk, w jolly and quaint j St. Yitua, the tilnt or the dance ; St. Dtnnl. the aalat f the Ganl ; St. Andrew, the taint or the Soot ; Xat Jonathan, Toanftt of all. la the mightiest aalnt of .the lot He wrare a most aerioos face, WU worthy a martyr'a pesaewtne ; BatltisBtauowinrto trace. Bat partly to thinking and gueatinf ; In aooih, oar American Saint Hat rather a tecular biaa. And Z neTcT hare heard a complaint Of hit being excetaWely piooa 1 Hea fond of financial improTunent, And It always extremely inclined To be starting some practical morement For mending the tnorala and mind. Do yon ask me what wonderful Ubort St. Jonat...

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. — 11 May 1876

"I I fll J Fri-li lb i 'A Wi ::ss I I'd i fce Itoas Iuef- SOL. MXCXJEXi, .Editor. THOT KANSAS: May 11, 1876. Thursday, It Must be neU We said, years ago, that IT ever the De" Je party came into power api they would de stroy all the results of the Union tnnmph In the war of the rebellionoch a. nye.Ubh.hmg Sla very, paying the rebel war debt, paying the reb els for losses of slave, and other property during the-war, would puni.h Union officers and men for acts daring the war, and take away the pen .;nn. nf Union soldiers and turn crippled soldiers ont of the National Soldiers' Homes, or grant pensions' to rebel soldiers- and place them in the ..-. r tt - TTSt .ntat.ra- HOmeS OU IDS FmUUO AUUUL'K WMIW w. We were met with the reply that It was crazy nonsense, and that we were conjuring np a bug- caboo that would never appear. Well, the Democracy have got control of Just one branch of Congress, with the Executive and the Senate against them, and are but fairly en tered npon the first ses...

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. — 11 May 1876

i TiT r p J y y V I l-J b-r VL J Lfi. I Vh . va fcsttw,js. THE KAKSAS CHIEF. .SOL MILLKK, rQbUher. Tormat Two Dollies a Tub. a Adtaxcz. Payment ebould be made atrictly is advance ; otherwise, tbe rate of 3 per Y..rrttl Ka fhtwaJ at tfi. Al.. !!.. .. !.. Vnhllatier. The cxtxa dollar will in no caae b f except when nnreaaonable delar ia made In payment, or unnecessary uvsHi ia given, at is always Deal 10 cave a cio .-... standing with the Publlaher. when time ia deetred. 3 mo. I mo 1 1 year. One Square....... . Tw Squaraawi ThroaSqnaraa.. QnartrrcfaColamn...- Half a Column One Column.. .... - lis 4.0O roo 10X0 13.00 23.00 tS.00 7.00 MM t7.M 10.00 17X0 85.00 o.oo 73X0 110.00 17X0 23.00 40X0 73.00 130X0 IA00 23X0 40.00 Tor any ether length af time, ia aeeorfanea with the bora rate, which apply enly ta regular adrertlaing. Bnaineaa earda of 3 tine or leu, $3 a year. for legal and tranalent advertisements, f 1 per square for the first Insertion, and 30 cenU per aqnare for each subsequent ...

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. — 11 May 1876

fSgXSaSsiSiajSswesSSB r o foe gaimt- HOG-CHOI.BBA. Wk. Mli.-L .wl-- "' "' ,U ,,:. 0r ttie Illinois State Pnrmant to reflation 01 u L &. D Board of ""irenUrloTuelding .wine- tions designed to elicit into rn HoR.Cholera. cause., extent, and ""1, to show that the The result of fe,D(?'nf TlHnois from the rav loss to the hog-breeders ""n ronlion dMan age. of this disuse i cangMf treatment annually ; "M'glzjl are matters to which and remedy '," 3, profonud ignorance there is, generally P5'Dglire,ted. among those roM' 'rVceived by the Board to Among the rr.pon'esrcce. WM their circnlsr. one f Jg&ritariUe, -a breeder uf ffibio give, the following diagno sis of the disease: gymptonis are more or less nfamong tbosePexhibited in Hog-Chole-PnHnloss of appetite for food or water, SiSS SSfi thJW, or seeking dark SJS1 with the head low and ears drooping; ItoSltS to lie on the belly: retching and vomtting of food, mncos or bife: diarrhtea of J. "rind fetid stooU, or constipation; anxious fo...

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. — 18 May 1876

- tate Historical Society MMtej I 0 SOL. MILIER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER, THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. TERMS$2.00 PER ANNUM, IN ADTANCE. lUftpP r. i ..- VOLUME XEL-JSTPHBER 48. Choice f Mtx. . - - THE BETUBK OF THE DEAD. Low lnmelie moon, tie VI rid Vii Ytlll, Am low I climbed the mJdaljgit hQl,.' And pwed the mined garden,.-, ,, And gained th barred in4 aiWat door, - And welcomed brake UnffHiti roa.' That, startled, shed iU vanlng aoowt. The belt flew baekiritl -tpddei chsrr - lenUred.'wsllaiidrtlterrantj --' Down dropped tbe Jnoon.' an4 clear and Ugh September's wind went miliar by x "AUst" I slffbed, "tb lore, sad low Tha Ut tM maniioa long ago !.' j And, groping np-the threshold atatrv And passed the chambers cold and bare, I sooght the room ,wber cUd of yore, TTe aai the blazing fire beXersv "s- - e And beard the talea a father told, "" Till glow was gone and crenlng old. TVhsre'w'erelliose "rosy children tb'rse ! Tbeerbtoeath the moaning seat -Sweet Margaret,' down where Tlole...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 18 May 1876

gWWBaWgBSffSfca. x J tl l&hTl&utfasi (JJluci SOU. 3IHXER, Elitox TROY, KANSAS: Thursday, 3Iay 18, 1876. Bristow Enthusiasm. It is amnsing to see how the little rills "f ele phantine sheets which bare taken the cmitract to manufacture Bristow thnuder, puff away to make it appear that he is just carrying-everything by storm. Sews comes that some South ern State has elected a delegation three-fourths of whom are in favor of Morton, and the balance divided betwen Blaine and Bristol. They make it appear that the remainder are equally divided between the two, when perhaps it stands a dozen for Blaine to 1 or two for Bristow. Another State has refused to instruct, but the delegates are knoffto to be mostly in favor of Bristow. If a State has instructed positively for Blaine, tbey have intelligence that several of the delegates are secretly in favor of Bristow, in spite of in structions. If Blaine and Morton are reported to be the favorite candidates in a State, these pa pers are su...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 18 May 1876

f! i 1 A f faat gfattOtf. THE KANSAS CHIEF. SOL. MILLER, X'ublUher. Toiiih: two DouutM a Yeah, lv AnvAtrx. Payment should . a,, strictlv In advance ; otherwise, the rat of t3 per ,,arv.iU be charged, at the discretion of the Publisher. Te extra dollar will In no cane be exacted, except when ,nreaonable delay Is made In payment, or nnneeessary tmnble in prra. It 1 always beat to bare a clear under standing ith he I'ublUber, when time la desired. .ei'vozrtlsslzxs ZlAtoa: 1 no. 3 mo. 6 mo 1 year. tiM,tiOO rr.oo 10.00 4 00 7.00 10.00 17.00 7.00 10.00 17.00 25.00 1000 15.00 23.00 40.00 15.00 23.00 40.00 75.00 23.00 40 00 75.00 150.00 Onefnare Two Squares Three Squares.- Onsrterof aColumn. ... jlslfaColumn imeColumn .- ...... For any other length of time. In accordance with the ,bnve rates, which spply only to regular advertising. Uusiness cards of 5 line or less, 5 a year. for legal and transient advertisement. II per aqnare for the nrnt insertion, and 20 cents per aquare fur each ub-equ...

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. — 18 May 1876

?,( I gtx the gmnn. now to unow a hedge. SSSSSS&SSSsS A tbe time :m rnvirnr some lulorniaiion u. .-, First, procure good plants, a"'lt, ,Cat harff of tbenl after you V'.AhftWrry rovr, stood sufficieutly atterius : it tbe Sado a and have received good cult. '"JT stror.B and vigorous growth the . u go e good, and better than old ronTareuTele,. plants succeed very well omer Werymen ""to make a weak and ''h an? ar nearly worthless; and SSMEe&m S te-enntll purchasers bme more discriminaline. The inquiry usu Ijw ' is the Price of of your pfants and Oil, Si nra thevl (if two or three years old, so SthetUrrtbey think), and not a word Sd about the quality. If the nurseryman can ". 500OO plants on an acre, and got ai ranch SrThousaDd for them a. for plant grown at the rate of25,O00 per acre, he will not be likely to auit the practice. Procure good plants grown near borne, if such canue got; if not, send to some reliable nurseryman, who knows how to crow good plants, and will handle th...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 25 May 1876

-" "-- --r- - I -"J" iT 1 J V 1 '- s It SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. J. VOLUME XTX.-NUMBER 49. i $Iioice ftefott. ODE FOB DECOHATIOH DAT. bt a. w. raa-T-trDo-c From tin busy will, of life. From lu bustle and iU strife. By these graves we meet again. Meet to pledge ourselves anew. And to drop the allent tear, Where the brave, the rood and true. Here your sorar. treasures bring. aiecp uie .tcrp uu snows do lear. Strew tbem o er tbe rjairlot. trmwm . fir" unwji. in vwuj vuemr. ibty KTe au ocr una to we. UehUy tre&d o'er ucred dtut, Broogbt from many Jjorj field ; "Well we know tbeir ohm ttm Ja.t, And tb plra Aud honor yield. Trne, their rirtne need no praise From the lips of aorta man ; Bricbter than the ean'e clear raya Mirrored In the rainbow's span. Iathinlrfiheip deed And exeel tbem no one; can. -Bracytror choicest eariande here, V Uoe then on each aoidier'e xrare ; Crown them all both u and near. Xe'er neglect Jour fallen brare. Oather in uria aacred not. On each' Decora...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 25 May 1876

toasi Wi. eoii.: lit, Eaitor. TEOY, KANSAS: Thursday, : : : : : Hay 25, 1876. The District JedgeabiP- fcveraWeekaago, --2 Peny, of Troy, was a candidate tor b Judic al District, and that the member, jftto Bar of the DUtrict were largely 'r of rightTbc a candidate, and that we had a ngh to express a preference for him over the present incumbent. But for this simple act we have been Dersonally denouucedby one or two papers fa Jodge Hubbard's Interest, onr motives impugn el, and onr past acts or alleged acta criticised,. as if we had committed' some dreadful public offense, and nothing but our impeachment and disgrace would attone for the outrageous act. This is a species of warfare that doesn't deter us in the least; and as Judge Hubbard's body-guard have seen proper to divert publio attention from his weak points by this hullabaloo against as, we shall here take occasion to lay before the reader some of the reasons why Jndge Hubbard should net be re-elected reasons not only af intere...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 25 May 1876

aS-pcc: U j , v ?p i ii if .. Li R I.) ..-- l I. I' .gtott PttW. THE KANSAS CHIEF. SOL. MXULJB2R, TribHatierr Tel lilai Two Doixaes a Tin, a ATrrAXCI. Payment abould be made strictly in advance otherwise, the rate of S3 per rear will be chirred, at the discretion of the Pnblisher. The er.Ua dollar -will In no ease be exacted, except when unreasonable delay la made in payment, or unnecessary trouble is given. It is always best to bare a dear under standing with the Fnbllsher, when time la desired. .A.c3.-o-oxr 1 -rts Statest Imo. . a - I w w i m j One Square Two Squares ., Three Sqnarea SiartcrofaColnmn., alfaCelnmn One Column... . I2J0 4.00 7X0 IOjOO. 15.00 55.00 ISJ0 7X0 1000 liOO n.oo 10.00 17X0 23X0 40.00 73X0 10.00 17.00 25.00 40X0 75.00 150 00 53.00 40X0 For any other length of time, is accordance with the aboTe rates, which apply only to regular advertising. Business cards of 5 lines or leas, tS a year. For legal and transient advertisements, II per sqnare for the first insert...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 25 May 1876

m jfj Jfl tfee gm& A BOI.I.INC mABKBB. The following directions are given In the. Mid land Farmer for matin tr a rollinir marker witn wheels, to lay off or mark land for" corn, tbat it n'ot'half-solard on a team to poll a dJ marker, and one that can bo rode on, and m"" a moch better mark than the draff, and is J7 easily turned around at the ends, and can ue backed op against the fence, f Dfl mlr made myself one last Spring, the ?". braU one that I ever saw. It is acknowledged I by all to be the best made. Try one, and yon win throw away the drag marker: Have a slab sawed three inches "'?- fnch tlickin ft.Sntre; nW level off the side of Uie wheel to gauge mark; then make the otheT five likewUe; joint the edges together; when the half wheels fit well, and are straight. ,t . nlsce in the centre to put a Journal ....., h wheel, one inch sonare, andiueasnre abont six or eight inches from jonrual, and conn-. tersink or uoveiau a piece, across tut juiut on both sides of the wheel, two ...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 1 June 1876

State Historical Society ffe mUL V SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. TERHS-$2.00 PER ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. VOLUME XIX-NTHMBER 50.1 TROY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 1, 1876. WHOLE NUMBER, 986. 111 PP Rill JIMP JJIJ&JUif 'v V ; Ft fcy & ) (&Mtt ftotto. OTTO CENTTOKIAX. Whin Fr-e4om firat hrr flc ubfnrletl Iiiom tfae Und irb -b Bnr U free, ? AJ stunt It- brix-. folds to the wor!4, A new-born clory for the sea, Hrr eons were faint, her ranks were few, ffeeble her power and' weak her hand tr The nnrtlinff ap to nunhond crew, And strode giant o'er the land. And cow s hundred jears bare fled. Since first that banner oa the sky Its glorious stars and stripes outspread, ? A a!xa nf bopa and trtamph nigh. Its contteUation, barn tag bright, lias cslned new stars from other upheres. And (-aught the dawning of the light Which flames alon; the endless years. . lis sona-have Lroaght the Ugh tain 5 down, And harnessed it to do their will ; r ts tprts In ererr h...

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. — 1 June 1876

lit 5. I ' r . 'I li I .? i- i .3 ' t-in p M 13 Hie mn$ $!uef. SOL. MILXiEIfc, Editor-, TEOY, KANSAS: Thursday, June 1, 1876 The Cabinet Changes and the Pres idency. The late changes In tlie Cabinet are asserted, liy those who claim to know, to have been made with a -view to influencing the Republican nom ination for the Presidency. It is said that Pres ident Grant is warmly committed to Conkling for the Presidency, and will use the power of bis administration to secure his nomination. Simon Cameron, it is said, controls the Pennsylvania delegation, which, according to the instructions of the Convention which elected it, must vote as a unit upon all questions. That is, a majority rules, and the whole delegation must vote as a majority decide. A decided majority', it is said, is composed of the followers of Cameron, who will control their action. In consideration of the appointment of Cameron's son as Secretary of War, it is said, Cameron is to give the vote of Pennsylvania, after th...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 1 June 1876

V 1 L-A R- . ! W i A .goat $mtx$. THE KANSAS CHIEF. SOXs- MILLBB. X'ublLher. Two DoiI-Ai-s A Teak, is Am-Axcx. Payment shonld be made atrlctlv !n advance : tberwiae, tbe rate of 3 tier -.ear will be charged, at the discretion of the Publisher. The czUa dollar will In no cane 1 exacted, eirept "I""1 mirrasonable delay la mails in payment, or onnrceasary mile la given. It la always best tn havr a dear unrter- Undine with the Publisher, when time is desired. aa.c-l-o'or-n Hi Tt s rtatoBJ TmoL"3inn.l6nia 1 1 year. One&qnaro TwnSquares ThrreBquan- OnarterofaColnmn llalfaCoInnin On Col ann-..-..-.. 50 lino 4 no I 7.00 7.00 lo.no 10.00 ! 13.00 15.00 I 53.00 2L0OU0.0O frjo 10.00 17.00 25.00 40.00 73 00 1 1 0.00 17.00 25.00 40.00 75.00 150.00 For any other length of time, in accordance with Ibe above rate, wbleh apidy only t insular advertlalng. , Business cards of 5 lines or less, IS a year. For legal and transient adrrrtiscinrnt, II per square fur tbe first insertion, and 50 cent per 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. — 1 June 1876

r- i T Iff. iij a? i. '4fl w t gixtmx. CEKTEX.1IAL TREESi Donald G. Mitcbel, Esq., "Ik Marvel," senda to the Springfield Republican the following ng pcstionsln regard to the setting ont of Centen nial Memorial trees: To the Editor of the Republican : Mr. B. G. Northrop, the efficient f.rcntfryb me uoaru ot .bdccation lor mun.---., , canned to bo distributed among teM?'j;,; onr State a circular suggesting ,r";'""-""d' along highways, and i " ffi,' centennial move, ami as one ''YI Vav own record down in a graceful JhS for a century to come. Aa an " ' .. ,. offered email premium. ',1 ta The idea is a coital . 'through acted upon not only ' .pecifies inliis out New England. Mr. or,.h teoak and wal. circular, the eta "gj a the trees should be ToVnnSoettaUe,Rht. ThU height is Undoubtedly requisite for street planting, but to sbouTd undersund that within enclosure and in protected positions, a smaller tree will serve: and, from the large chance of securing ccd rootlets, will make, very lik...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 8 June 1876

State Historical Society r - V r if i r 3 SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. . VOLUME X1X-NTJMBER 51. Choice 0ritg. FETCHING "WATER FBOK THE WELL. Eirlr on a Summer., morning. While the lark vu inffinj tveet, Cama teyond the ancient farm-home, Soottda of lightly tripping feeC Twu a lowly cottage maiden. Going, why, let young heart tell, With her homely piUher laden. Fetchlnc irater from to well. Shadow lay athwart the pathway. All aloof the quiet lane, And the breezes of the moraine Moved them to and fro again. O'er the aanahina. o'er the shadow. Pasted the maiden of the farm, With a charmed heart within her. Thinking of no III nor harm. Pleasant, sorely, were her mating, for the nodding leave in Tain Sought to pre their brjght'ning Image On her erer busy brain. Leaves and joyons birds went by her. Like a dim. naif-waking dream. And her aool was only conscimis Of life's gladdest Summer gleam. At the old lane's shady turning. Lay a well of water bright. Singing soft Its hallelajshs T...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 8 June 1876

10 t' j- h H t ir r. ,i 11 f iHJd MM tsif !a m teas (&bti. BOX.. M3XX.XTEt, EOItor. TBOY, KANSAS: Thursday, : : : : : Jnne 8, 1876. The Blaine iiiqnJsltioB. Tbe invention of StoBWof 1 ' ft. fonn or .U-tt-. ASSESS abont it, is the eourcofrom wwen iu i r com. from Democrat.. Thy tar treated him with &e ot" fiurnM Tta Com mittee i. of Afferent .tnpe from Uu.CB.er andBIacVbnm Committee. It pve, Mr. Bla.ue all the opportnnitfcs he de.re., to expose the atone that are concocted aga.u.t h.m. Blame has ciT"1 be aaocTata ln C'M'K8 Mr"' blows than any other member on the Repnblican aide, and they respect him more for it. It la from Republicans that this hounding comes. When Democrats were satisfied with his first ex planation, Kepnblicans expressed doobts, and in sisted that be demand an ivestigation. They knew that wonld open the way to tarn all the blackmailers and perjured hirelings Joose npou him, as witnesses. He has met and confonuded all these creatures, one by one, and still 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. — 8 June 1876

1 foal g)ltt&. THE KANSAS CHIEF. SOL. MILLEU, PablUher. Torma: Two Dollies A Tut, IX ArrvaKrz. Payment ebould be made strictly In advise ; otherwise, the rat of 3 per til UliimJ tUm. livltniiAf th Tntilisher. Tbe extia dollar will in no cane be exacted, except when unrraaoneble delay iaxande inpayment, or nnneceaaarj rouble ia cires. It U alwaya beat to hare a clear under landing wltb tbe Psbliaber, when time ta deaired. 1 no. 1 3 mo. I mo 1 1 rear. One Square -. Two Square Three Square Quarter of a Column . ltalf a Column....... One Column.. J-... - tL50 400 7.00 10.00 15.00 SS.00 turn 7.00 10.00 15.00 25.00 40X0 17.00 10.00 17.00 23.00 40.00 75.00 $10.00 17X0 25.00 40X0 75.00 150.00 For any other length' of time, in accordance wltb tbe above rate, which apply only to regular advertialag. Buelnr card of 5 line or lea. $5 a year. For legal and transient advertisement. 51 per aquare for tbe first insertion, and SO cent per aquare fur each subsequent Insertion. Special Xoticea wil...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 8 June 1876

mmmmu'- ',ww r i ffl i t k If ii.-t a I5L . ft I. Pi ft. m Shi I jft 6' t II v3 ita i.: r: r fi i.i ( ii V m .' 1 . tii !:!,' Il' tlM I ill fl i i If 81 v T & ' ' 1 ( i P i! a ill FW IjM Hi rill sum 0 iU wmM. PBCH I!3 AT MIDSUMMER. It is many ft year since from oar own experi ence, we recommended people to prone at mid summer, althongh we knew it was opposed $9. the views of many eminent bortlcnltunsis. ai that time it was regarded as a bold innovation on established rales; and we have often since seen articles to show that summer pruning must bo wrone. The reasoning by which this is support ed is no doubt very pod. It does seem by the reasoning we have referred to that it ought to be wrong to prnne at that season ; but that on the other band we have the evidence of onr own senses not only that no barm but absolute good resulted from the summer pruning of trees. Bat it seems to be forgotten by many good peo ple that there are two sides to every story two sides to winter pruning,...

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