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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 15 February 1877

Skfej(irtorii7Sodet? r S T- ,r H 1 J : SOI. MILLER, EDITOR .AND PUBLISHER. ) VOLTJME XX.-NUMBER 35.1 THE CONSTITUTION AWD THE UNION". TERMS$2.00 PER ANNUM, IN ABTANCE. TROY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1877. WHOLE NUMBER, 1,023. yfSBHx IliriUte ifwiftf tiftirf L V L" t II I' V- I lit Mtt 0ttg. TO BURNS' "HIOHIAKD MART." Oh ! lored by him whom Scotland lore, Lonj; lored. And lumored duly Bt all who IoTed tbe bard that ang So sweetly and to truly! In cultured dales his song prevails. Thrills o'er the eagle's eyrie Ah ! who that strain haa caught, nor sighed Tor Barns "Highland Jfary t" His goldea hoars of youth were thine w Those hoars whose flffht is fleetest; Of all his soaps, to thee he gsre The freshest and the sweetesL Ere ripe the fruit, one branch he brate. All rich with bloom and blossom ; And shook its dews, its incense shook. Around thj brow and bosom. And when bis Spring, alas ! how soon. Had been by care sabTerted, Bis Sammer, like a god repolsed. Had from his cates dep...

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. — 15 February 1877

&H -- ' . Jf" r5s3-"5-"'-iS?r'' -7-2?' 3 r , " 3 '. 5 V K i-1 ri - Ww$ Mrf, s oz;, unxER, realtor. TROY, KANSAS: Thursday, : : : Febraary 15, 1877. f Radical aaa CoaservaUve. The St Joseph Herald, ia an article on the election of Col. Plumb to the Senate, says: Of tie early Territorial editor. Plumb and SoL Mil ler -were the keenest, and -we -well remember the im 'preskn tbeir papers made upon lis. Plumb was then very radical, and Miller conservative. These terma Radical and Conservative can be made-tu.cover a wide acope; and a man who ia called ajConsenrative in one latitndiymay be -a Badieal in another, and rice reria. We supported Salmon P. Chase for Governor of Ohio, Da 1855, and were then called a Badieal.' We did not support Fremont for President in 1656,-iVom thfrfact-we belisTed be-wM'frand-and we have never changed onr opinion of him. Then we weie called a conservative. Bat iu the ameyear, we supported Lewis D. Campbell for Congress, against VaUandigham, and were Eadi c...

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. — 15 February 1877

r i L'f- t aaaaasammmaatm (' THE KANSAS' CHIEF. ft SOJu. MIILBB, FubLUher. Torms: Two DoLLAca a Ycab, is Advasce. Payment should be made strictly In advance; otherwise, the rate of 13 per year will be charged, at the discretion ef the Publisher. The extra dollar will in no case be exacted, except when nreaaonable delay ia made in payment, or unnecessary t rouble la given. It ia always beat to bare a clear under standing with the PublUber, when timet desired1 A.c3LvoxtlacLzi; .tea I year. OneSiaare TwoSquarea Three Squares QnarterofaColumn., Half a Column One Coliunn. ......... 110X0 17.00 S5.00 40.00 75.00 150.00 Kor any other length of time, ta accordance -with the above rates, which apply only to regular advertising. Business earda of 5 line or lea, IS a year. For legal and tranaient advertisements, fl per aqnare for the Brat Inaertion, and 50 centa per aqnare for each Anbaeqnent Inaertion. Special Xotlces will be charged JO per rent, extra: and editorial advertisement and persona...

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. — 15 February 1877

m . m i'-U: : W 1 I iftifi 3teeM am, toiou. DIPHTHEBU. -r The San Francisco Call reports a framing pbj aiciati or that city as saying: Diphtheria is as much a zymotic disease as is mall-pox or scarlet fever. It is a poisonous coui ilitioii of the blood, and the swollen glands, sore throat, etc., are simple local evidence of its exist ence. It is, without donbt, extremely infections, be in K propagated by contact. vrith'Ohe clothing, and more especially by tbo "bodily' conlact7 such as kissing. Among the first evidences are sore ness of the throat, often very slight ; swelling of the lympathetic glandsthat is, tho in the neck below the jaw fever and loss of appetite, an offensive breath, and a dangerous false mem -brane of a grayish or dirty white, which at fl rat appears in patches on the tonsils, and then spreads "to the palate, etc 4 If there is any reason to" be lieve that a person is infected with the disease, some one should insert the handle of a spoon in to the patient's mont...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 22 February 1877

-JE-j-." -w,j..a ' J i TH"3K ,h t; intt5vi i"-ll 1w Ji-SVs i : : i , i.v 4 "as r- as""? t -" a-., a- ' ' .Vi . ; H i ' r . & 0052$- 8SOOSO rxc.x SOL. XILLEB, EPITQg A2I1) PUBLISHER. THE C0NSTJ.T U T10K AND THE "UNION. TEBMS$2.00 PER ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. - hm VOLUME XX.-NUMBER36. TROY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1877. h WHOLE NUMBER, 1,024. ST fwtlftl Iff nnV I4aa4 UB . W A. issj iM tuciiai' asm' I sasi laWfl lB Mtt ftotttg. A EEUO OF BUBXS. ' OcU for 'Washington's Birth-Day; Thefollowioe ode fey the Port Bar&a. eiilblUd by Robert CUrke, at the C.n-fnnti Exposition, u ma nct. nil muiD script, wm sappTeMd by ncIUh publisher. for reason tut will really PP to the reader, and was sever publUhM, as a fao.tvtifl It appeared la the Cincin nati Gauttf, aeTeral years since.) So Spartan tube, no attic Tn3C v Xo lyre hollas I awake ; T1 Libertyi! bold note I a well. My harp, Columbia, let me take. Bee gathering tboaaaoda, while I iIdc. A broken chain, exulting, bring. And dash It In a...

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. — 22 February 1877

m m i Site ftzwM Chief. 3 OL. MXLXaSR, . .Editor. TROY. KANSAS: Thurgday, : : : February 22, 1877. Biislaess Dirt. Samuel J. Tildon never employs a man for any purpose, unless he eanand does) nse him to per form auy dirty work he may dictate, outside of the pnrpose for trhtcb he was employed. The latest illustration is the case of Matt. Carpenter, of Wisconsin, who has heen employed, on the" Democratic side, as one of the attorneys beforo the Electoral Commission In addition to bis legal services, it seems that he has also been re tained to eat dirt. Last week, when the critical point in the Louisiana question was reached, hnncombe speeches were simultaneously made In the House, by Pnrman, of Florida, and before the Commis sion, by Carpenter. Punnan has heretofore been a Republican, but it has been understood, for some time past, that ho wis prepared to make startling exposures of the '.Republican rascality in Florida. He has been hsld back for a dernier resort, for eren the Democra...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 22 February 1877

9 Mil gutter. THE KANSAS CHIEF. SOL. MTT.TiTffia. Pobliabar. To Dotuu i Tut. B Aotuci Pymest ehouM L. Bide strictly la advaac j otherwise, th rat of n fr ...Twill be charged. t th discretion of th Fhtthr. Via sxti dollar will Utu ease -be eieetea.eiespt when .nrasssBSbl delay umao inpayment, r ummh rouble is give. ltllwByhet UtotmlMHiiir. ,t Jading with the Pahlltaar.whoB time I doelred. .d-VAirtlaVlSLC : 1 mo. 1 3 mo. II mo. lyesr. On. Square TwoSqosree. - Three sqcsrea.- jusrUrofaCelamB.. Half aColoma--. SJO 400 7.00 10X0 1S.00 UN tuo 17.00 10.00 17X0 13.00 (10X0 17J0 7.00 10X0 15.00 XS.00 40.0 7SX0 QHUIMI- TU0 vA ABTBtkcr laaeth of tima. ia aeeeruaac vita the above rat, which apply only to regular advertising. Bnslaess cards of 5 line or less, 15 a year. For legal asd trenalent adrartieements, II par aaaara for ths Brat Insertion, asd SO caata per squars for each .nbsMuentlnsertloB. Special Notices will be charged SO per cent, extra 1 aa4 editorial advertisements and pctaonal eon...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 22 February 1877

bJ I1 11 111 m r3 hi' ircss m 3M Efii m l $ w lit m- ij m II 3? IPs lie! 1 I 1 life si' ajWWoginft A MivfMnM 'lf 4ltf Tln1 nnftek-Tli4;n fi'ft.' i rrt -.s.'ir ;tBfe,Q$$ersSaJ- bK&tliaidrpentIil-hdaen occasionally 1t fen. bat it ia urenerallr snDDosed that the great hnaatity of Mops fed there, having free access to, me sewer woere soap-suus was cumiauuji uu tilnc, had keiit tHeni in good health. Little at- , leiiuon was given to the feeding of preventives nihil the disease made' turtperae". when a fercat many of sopposed'temediea "were given, but with no effect, nntil an old fanner from Ber lin happened along, sod represented tobacco tea as having stopped its ravages on his farm. A quantity of tobacco was immediately procured, a barrel of strong:., tea. prepared, and three or fonr gallons poured into each barrel of slop be fore feeding. The resnlt was that inside of a iweetjand before'any farther losses occ'n.rred,"the 'pigs begat' to improve, and worms from fonr to eight inches ...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 1 March 1877

4K9taSMMWMtft .u jStafe JlJitoHbrSodrty ft tftr :rs u ."V - 'I,. .V !f 80L. MTLIEB, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER, y THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. i TERMS-$2.00 PEB ANNUM, IN ADTANCE. U . ( fe- VOLUME XX.-NUMBER 37. TROY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 1877. J WHOLE NUMBER, 1,025. the (firf L.-aa.a.BmaW afeMA Mnttitf t kV jf r- V r & i It it v u V ft ft (&Wm offrg. DAKXEL GBLAY. klj.& HOILAXD. If I (lull ever win the home la Heaven, For whoee tweet ret I humbly hope and prey. In the (ml compear of the fuigtien, I shall be tare to find eld Daniel Grey. I knew him well; In fact, few knew hint better; For ay young tree oft reed for him the Word, And otw bow neekly from the crystal letter IU drank the life of hla beloved Lord. Old Daniel Gray wee Dot a man who lifted On ready worda hie freight of cratitede. And waa not called npoa among the gifted, la the prayer-meetiaga of hit neighborhood. He had a few old fashioned worda and phrases, linked la with aaered texts and Sunday rhyme ; An...

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. — 1 March 1877

She ffcmsiais cSfcief. j or-. irrLX.Eit, . -Eaitor. TBOY, KANSAS: Thursday, : ir: : Harcli 1, 1877. "Radical and CeBMrvatfve." We do not wish the Lawrence Tribune, or any one else, to misnnilersUud ns, in onr remarks under the above bead, several weeks ago. We bad no intention of depreciating or disparaging tlie title ot tbe early Tree State men of Kansas to the highest honor, aud the eternal gratitnde ornbertjr-JoTlag people. There never live.1 up on the rarth a nobler, braver, and more self-sacrificing people than the Tree State pioneers of Kansas. They stood np against fearful odds, and held the enemy at bay until assistance cam a to corapasr bis defeat. We fully appreciate the correctness of their policy np to acertain date, "and tbe beneficial purpose which the Topela Constitution serTed. In onr division of Radical and Conservative, we did not inelnt.e all tbe old er settlers as Radicals, fur very mauy of those wbo fongbt through the darkest hour were what were afterwards calle...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 1 March 1877

m W W t .- i It. W h '7 .i- lv I V IV' - - i - - Pern rf TJBEXANSAgt CEIEI. TrmaJ - TiroDotuu Ybab. u Advaxce. Payment should o msde strictly la advsnce ; otherwise, tbe rat. of3 per year will be charged, at the discretion of tbe Publisher. The extt dollar will In bo cue be exacted, except when unreasonable delay la made In paystent. or unnecessary trouble a given.i-It ia always beat to have a clear under a taadiag with ths Publisher, when time Is desired, i; rj if : i -i s ' r cd.'vreSxrtlaKlzLae SHam-fbeaB 1 1 ( v lino. 3 mat no 11 year. l i : One Square 1M 13 00 17.00 110.00 TwoSquares 4 00 700 10.00 17.00 ThreeSquarea 7.00 10 00 17 00 3 00 Qnarterof a Column 10 00 15.00 25.00 40 00 Half a Column 15.00 25.00 4000 75.00 Que Cc4nren:r.....r. Z. 3SJDO eoWilMO 130.00 For any other length of tlme,-in accordance with the abere rates, which apply enly to regular adrertislag. BaalnMacardaofSllDeacrleea, jSajrar.'. i , , For legal and tranalent advertisements, 91 per aqnare for the first ...

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. — 1 March 1877

Ccm4v - ftnyTtra firtflw i i H iartii ri a in Vim n iy wjiann'ii'i" jir".iiwil nm 'iHiTiTi rasas Ml B. tff?i ii . !- &' ' S- ! I m m t St ?.f fttiH itf Pi in a W'W ft IH 3a i'ffl iaJ w.ia a." , fm um i S sdi ' SJ. Ft tiUM RnH II II 1 111! , feeful and 0uri0n& H to Ulead Table Wuit To fasten knife bandies, set the handle npon end, fill the cavity with pulverized rosin, then Warm tbe small part of the knife or fork and in sert it slowly, crowd it down firmly, and bold it In right position till tbe rosin cools enough to net. As rosin is not soluble in water, hot or cold, tbe knivea are not loosened. Glne or any other cementing material soluble in water Is not avail able. Glue may be made to resist water, bow ever, byiputting two ounces of it in a pint of skimmed milk, and evaporating the mixture to a proper consistency for use. Tie following is a cement I prefer to rosin, but is not so cheap and handy: One-fourth pound of colophony which may be found at al most any drug store t...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 8 March 1877

SiSg 4 ' sown.: is? ..eo::? nam t .:.. , , k 1 k u h ct I ) r M sLtsaafatae-sBaaetaakt. Mfc -saaawl II lift .fOraMi 1 i !. t. ' r R - I 4 1 !( ,r. J J' i .r- ) f.-aX SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER, y VOLUME XX.-NUMBER 38. 1 THE SHADOW OH" THh'wat.t. Mrbome atatelr dwelling U, with loft j, arching doora ; There ia earring on the eeiliag bizh -And velvet on the floors ; A rich ud costly building. Where noiseless wrruu wait: And 'neath the escutcheon's tlldjnr, -Xeoe enter but the treat. Hot happier home 1 near it a hnmUe cottace amalL Ana I envy iu weet mistress the shadowa on her wall. My picture are the pride of art. And drawn br tanning hands Bnt the painted figure nerer more, Xor chance, the painted landa : Before the poorest window. More rorjreous pageant glide ; Within the lowliest house hoM, Here life-like gnrap abide : And I lorn from aoallesa symbols that crowd my gloomy To watch the shifting shadows upon the cottage wall. Mr atately fcnsband nerer bead's To kisa me on 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. — 8 March 1877

i iti t4.iiij irw iOwwiai ca r'i 19 1!: r?fi I n B IE.5 e 7 I'SH fcffl 'si . :K3 pf i"e M.tli l i ""jfl Icaat swaT- .!..t 4 ' t, FJS'fii '.if n ' 4 ' k .si ft a Wi fell fc3 H. y. a -55 he Itetisias (ffiMef. S OL. BULIiER, Editor. TBOY, KANSAS: Thursday, : : : : : March 8, 1877. Important Discovery. Some scientist asks the cinestion, "Is phospho rus thought T" and then proceed to arue that It is, sustainiug his theory by examples. With ont thoronghly investigating the snl-ject, we are willing to agree with the discoverer of this new science, and can 'already foresee the Important results that It will lead to. Phosphorus it tbonght. Phosplmrns exists in bone to a greater extent, perhaps, than in any other substance. "Wheu a man's bones are laid away under the ground, he seldom thinks to any great extent. But when the bones oftbe dead are disturbed or desecrated, why is -the spot haunted f Because thought has been stirred up or insulted, and it requires thought to make a suecewifiil gh...

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 March 1877

4 rV. & .- r; L . r :i . V Fi U IV l 'J 1 foal Prttew. THE KANSAS CHIEF. SOL..MILLKH, l"ubliaher. Termai Two Dou-aaa A YlAX, u Adtasc-z. rjsnt abosld a msde strictly ia advance ; otherwlae, the rate sftl per year will be charged, at. tbe discretion of tbe Publisher. The xtz dollar will In no case be exacted, except when unreaaonable delay Is made inpayment, or imniirossaij troable ie siren. It ! always beet to hare a clear aaaer- tanding with th Publisher, whea time ! deelred. A.J.xroirtllrvr HJtto1 1 mo. 3 mo. mo 1 year. One Square tlSO $3.00 $7.00 110.00 Two Squares 4.00 7.00 10.00 17.00 ThreeSanare 7.00 10.00 17.00 23.00 quarter or a Column 10 00 IS 00 33.00 40.00 UalfaColamn 15 JO 53.00 40.00 75.00 One Colnmn X5.00 40.00 75.00 150.00 For any other length of time. In accordance with the above rate, which apply only to regular advertising. Baalneaa card, of 5 lines or leu. i a year. Tor legal and transient advertleementa, II per aqoare for tbe first insertion, and SO centa per...

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 March 1877

4f the gmmt. BELIEF FBOJI TUB GBASjanOPPEB. Tlie conrereure reoently held in Omaha to con sider the ijrassliopiier prublem, was attended liy Gm emor J. 8. PilUbnry and his private Secreta ry Pennockr Pnsey, and Professor A. Whitman, of Minnesota; Governor Kirkwood, of Iowa; Governor John L. Pennington, of Dakota ; Gov ernor C. A. Hardin .and Professor C. V. Biley, of Missonri ; Professor G. Thomas, of IUiubis; who represented Governor John L. Beverage; Gover nor Osborn, of Kansas; Governor Silas A. Gar ber, ex-Governor B. W.Fomas, Profeswre "Wil ber and Williams, of Nebraska. From the reports of the proceedings we Rive a few abstracts. The opening address was made by Governor Pillabary, of Minnesota, who recom rnended that the Governors of the State repre sented should join in appealing to the General Government for aid in making war against this great scourge of the West. ..... ... Governor Pennington thoogbt that the culti vation of crops that mature early was advisable. The locus...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 15 March 1877

Hi. x ciaa-.rir r ' . SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. THE COHBTlTUTIOir AND THE UNION. i TERMS-$2.00 PER ANXUX, IX ADVANCE. VOLUME XX.-NUMBER 39.1 IHfinyKANSAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 1877. WHOLE NUMBER, 1.027. -J II -- j j if gtatitf D Mtt OBAHT. HT OttTHllS CUIL (March 4, liTT.; -The Kill is drill long live the King P theytlamor. When doth a Crown from falling bead to high ; To throw o'er frail humanity the glamour. That, raised to Eovalty, it cannot die. The golden circlet (laming gem of ages, Bj cravan homage held la tipper air. Eternal ahinea through long historic pirei. A symboled stamp of godhead deathless there. No fable oura, like tola, to gild Immortal Tha name and oSce first In peace and atrlfr ; They are bat men wno-pass oar loftiest portal. And perish fram it in tbe midst of life., w . -$- Bydeeds of honor, doty, or demerit. They mate their Crowns, of pare or baser ore. To wear what they of their own worth Inherit. Or alak, all erawnlea. to oe known so more. To thee, th...

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. — 15 March 1877

w ! ' m I &he gausasi (Lthief. ODL. 3IILLER, Editor. TROT, KANSAS: Thursday, : : : : : March 15, 1877. The Cabinet. President Hayes Cabinet, complete, is compos ed as follows: . Secretary of State, Win. M. Erarts, of Kew York. Secretary of tbe Treasury, Jobu Sherman, of Ohio. "Secretary of War. George W. McCrary, of - r Inwa. Secretary of the N'avr, Richard W. Thompson, of Indiana. Attorney-General, Charles Dereru, of 'Jlassa cbntetts. . Postmaster-General, Darid M. Key, of Tennes see. Secretary of the Interior, Call Schuri, of Mis souri. While the Cabinet is not such as many Repub licans would prefer, on strict party grounds, yet it is an able cne, and perhaps as judicious as could bar been selected, under the circum stances. There was a prospect of much opposi tion to their confirmation, on the pait of Repub lican leaders in tbe Senate, but they were all confirmed almost unanimously, except Sherman, whom the Democratic So Da tors voted against, because of his report in tbe Lou...

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. — 15 March 1877

fatal gfettew. THE KANSAS CHIEF. SOL. MILLER, Publisher. Termai Two DoU-Asa A Tut, a AbvASCE. Payment should be made etrietly In advance; otherwise, the rate or S3 per vesrwill beeharged,at the discretion of the Publisher. The extra dollar will in no case be exacted, except when anreasonable delay la made Inpayment, or unnecessary .rouble la given. It ie alway beat to hare a clear under .landing with tb rublieher.wlien time la deelred. Aa-ra-t-ti t1 ti g Rateai 1 mo. (3 mo. jCmo tl jear. One Square TtroSqnaree TLreesqnaree Ouarterof aCoInmn. lUlfaOoIomn Hoe Colnon. .. -.. - JK.50ltS.00 t7.X)i j 4 00 7.00 10.00 . TOO lOflo 17M 1 10.00 17.00 23.00 40.00 73.00 130.00 j 10 00 13.00 i SS.0S 15.00 SS.O0 4040 I 23.00 I 40.00 75.00 for any ether length of time, la accordance with the abev rate, which apply only to regular adverttalng. KnsincA card of 5 linea or leas. $5 a year. For legal and traoaient advertisements, 1 per equar for the hrst Insertion, and SO centa per sonars for each ob.eq...

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. — 15 March 1877

1 $ or Wit mmx. THE ORCHARD. "lie tuilil ni'.nllier jircvailiiig just now, re minds tlie fruit grower, ai well a tile farmer, of tlir near approach of Spring. While yet, but little ran be ibiue on the farm except to see that i-pjy thing i iu readiness fur the plantin; sea wiii.Htill there are some things that can be bct-ti-r Ime imnr, than when, harried by the jjmw ingcmpK, hanlly any time can bo spared for aught rite. A littlo care bestowed on the or chanl now, will well repay for all the time and labor cxemled. See to it that all suckers are removed from around the trnnks of the trees, s these are not only unsightly, but do trees a pos itive injury, in taking tality that would other isc be rxpemled iu tuecrowtb of new wood and fmit. The'Kreat iiest of the orchard, the borer, hhould be looked for and destroyed an boon as possible. After having cut nway all the suck ers, if any exist, carefully remove the earth from the trees to the depth of an inch or so, smooth ing over the eurfac...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
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