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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 22 March 1877

i n i I: 11 juami&txt. a'jurs ihoi jm ! 1 JI0T8 H8A0 ' Oil .ioia isaoa ar?3F." hslbq en- .t T -: n i 5. a ZS W SOL.- MILLER, EDITOR AND PUB LttMEftl '1 1 S ft ? ' r 7 "S3 3 THE CONSTITUTIOr?Ain)THE UNION. Y i - cBi. aw j TERMS-$2.00 PER ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. , WHOLE NUMBER, 1,0287 :fl ! f!i VOLXJMEtED-NUMBER 40.1 TROT, KANSiSs, THUKSDAT, MARCH 22, 1877. itBaiiBMsTiiTralnaaBBH iM.A , ' .hit.l ? .? .. Wm&JViVj Ntf W wE5EFiw it liPitf iijtf flIL InfiPili ; ' k5" v flv fsHv rH 1.H (.HI ' a a 4tnj no tF THS BMSatTXD XJJTIIOy. J BI HIS. B. a. X1CU0IS. Tfu I ; eerUer years.' wain' iocund'yoe to UiHlmrn. wiUtiashrel, dance and mb?!;. a Whoa that which aeenu W be, yet la ML tralk, -.o X - Eu1th tbe heart with ru; wisard threeg i Whea all without la colored tram wilaia, Aid prpm Mate, like woven raisbwvs, spaa TaejUr boritas ef the chM ofaia, . -"- , strait baa learned, litattl.Ui blrtery ef Mea! jf Twta Ik thoaa Joyous hoars, nrjtna watt lad By carieae fascia, to a malar U t WhaeeaBdlds...

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. — 22 March 1877

if I 11: m m m m m : Me Itett$aj$ (Mief. HOtn MILLER, Editor. TROY, KANSAS: Thursday, : : : : :March 22, 1877. The "Granger Cases." A decision Las recently been rendered by the Supreme Conrt of the United States, In wbat are commonly known at the "Granger eases," which promise to have an imjiortant effect upon the fanning interests. One of the Objects of the Grange, as it well known, is the regulation of railroad freights by State lgia!atiou, fixing max imum rales, thereby prohibiting combinations of thoiwi monopolies for the pnrpose of extortion upon farmers, iu carrying their produce to mar ket. The Legislatnrrsof Illinois, Iowa, Wiscon sin and Minnesota passed sneh laws. The rail road companies contested their legality, upon the ground that it was a violation of the charters granted by these States, and they finally brought op iu the Supreme Court of the United States. This Court decided that State Legislatures have aright to regulate railroad freights and fares; that one Legisla...

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. — 22 March 1877

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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. — 22 March 1877

mm WJ M ) i ss!S LP1 VI . iiffe-' iVM&t 4ICJ ...! I M$ti anil 4Sttvi0tuf Fouling or Wells. Tbe inure insidious process M that of the grad ual fouling of tbe cmi-riorons earth liiiR le tween the source of the imparity arid the drink-lug-water well. In snch cases the exudation it n,nite or uearly constant; there is no opportuni ty fur the air to restore the filtering; power of the soil, aud it becomes saturated with impari ty inch by inch, until, perhaps after a month and perhaps after several years, the saturation reaches the well; then every drop oozing in from this source carries with it its atom of filth. While the snpply of water in the ground is co pions, and while there is more or less circulation through the water veins, the foulness may be too much dilated to do barm; but in dry seasons, when the snpply recedes to a depth of only a few feet at the bottom of the well, the contribution of drain water continuing the same, the dose becomes sufficient to produce its poisonous ...

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. — 29 March 1877

-r ,5' te Historical Society? & It - ,l ranm raot jui ; gH0T8 HSAQ '. ..aoss .fffRrrroiTi ' ' " ' 'i. r -raH?ria.a: i ! srh wv&u 80L. KILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER ' tn r THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. TERMS-$2.00 PER ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. I VOLUME XX.-NUMBER 41.1 TROT, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 1877. . WHOLE'NUMBER, 1,029. i pekb (El)icf. P- V Vx V r- j U 7 )' $Mct f udtge TH WlVJCa APPBAL. Tea took me. William, when a girl. Unto your home sod heart,, To bear, la all toot after life, JL fond asd faithful part ; And, tall me. Bar I .Tor tried That doty to forejp). Orrrleved because I had no Joy, . When yon were sank ia woef No I weald rather ahare your tears Than any other's glee. Tor though ysn'r nothing to the world, Yea'r all the world to me Ton make a palace of my abed. Of thia roa(h bench a throne t Thera'a sunlight for me la your amile, Aad mnale la your tone. I look upon joa when you aleep My eyea with taara crew dim ; I cry : "O, Parte t of the Poor. . ., Look dowa tr...

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. — 29 March 1877

m (Me mm$ OMucf. OL. jnLLER, Editor. TROT, KANSAS: Thursday, : : : : : March 29, 1877. Ax Unnecessary Sermon. Tbe Oskaloosa Independent gives us a sermon, fating as a text our remarks concerning the Manhattan A'afioa aliit, and onr assertion that we bad determined to work for money. If the Independent will read the article again, it will see that wa said we pro posed to work for money, the samo as other trades and professions did. We nTer snggested that we would Tiolate the laws, or undertake to corrupt society, or any other horrible thing, for money. We do not think such a course would be rery profitable, eren if we had the desire to do so for the sake of money. We simply meant what we said, that we should work for money, the same as other trades and professions. The merchant, the carpenter, or the shoemaker, is not expected to stand np in his shop and de nounce saloons, or the actions of any of his neighbors; why should the newspapers do sot It loses the support of the persons who...

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. — 29 March 1877

jj j r- .. 1 . "? i dfotfiiPfltt:r j TfiE KANSAS ClflEF. SOL. MIXXBIt, 'FoblUher Texxnai Two Dolus a Tui, is Advasci. Psymeat should, be msde strictly in advance; otherwise, the rat eft3 per Tear will be charged, at toe discretion of the Publisher. The extu dollar wi!! loucue be exacted, except when unreasonable deter u mil inpayment, ar iiinii.nawy t roublaj liven.- It la always beat to hare clear asfsr a tanding with the rabUsber, when time la desired. " j - I mo. Srno. emo. I year. One Square I2J0 13.00 $7.09 110.00 TwoSquarea 4 00 7.00 10.00 17.01 ThreeSqusrea 7.60 10.00 17.00 85.00 CjnarterofaColumn 10.00 15.00 2S.0 40.0J HalfaColumn...;. JAO0 xS.00 0M 75.00 On Cslonvn.-S i....iSS.Ol 40.00 75J 150.00 Viw . ntfii ijmvfh e time in accordance syith the abovaiatea, which apply only U recastr sdss-rtuusg.,. Business card of 5 line or leal. i a year. For legal and transient advertisement, tl per aquare for the Brut inaertlon, and 50 cesU per aquare 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. — 29 March 1877

m y I SlSf NJ m m Fill 'VfeJ Pi Useful nud (Btmrnts.. siemedlni for Scarlet Fevex. br. Itelirjr PiKwm n rites to the London Lancet hs fnllows! "TUn Mart ulnae success nbirh hat attended my treatment if xrarlrt fever by sul Jilitir induces me to let my medical brethren know tiftny plan, so that tbey may be able to try tlie Katiie remedy without delay. All the eases in wbicli I notit were very marked, aad the epi dermis un the jrtns in each case came away like the skin of a snake. The following was the ex act treatment followed iu each case : Tboronjrh ly anoint the patient twice daily with sulphur fiintmeiu; cie fire to ten grains of sulphur in a little jam three times a day. Snfficient anlphnr was burned, twice daily (on coals on a shovel), to fill the room with the fames, and, of coarse, was thoronglily inhaled by the patient. Under this mode of treatment each "case improved im mediately, and none were orer eight days i in i ma king a complete recovery, and I firmly believe in each...

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. — 5 April 1877

1 State Historical Society . SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLIgHHRrV &T 1J1JPV - . ' -.tu , ? m u THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. TERMS$2.00 PER ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. VOLUME XX. NUMBER 42.1 TROY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 5, 1877. WHOLE NUMBER, 1.030. IN t' J-N 7 V v If Ct (Bhritt A 3A.T OF LTJCXNOW. Asleep ! amid the awful thandtr That speaka of ceasing doom. While twinning bosta of fiendish foes Konnd LnckMir'i fortress loom. Worn oat by toll and auSering, Death closing darkly round. Tb, daughters ef the Island race Lay ea the hard, cold ground. The Englithwomaa' troubled rett- ta broken fitfully ; Bat huthed la motsonleaa repose. The head npon her knee. A .Seotttah woman pillowed there. Dreams of the far-off home, Where her eld father from the plow At eventide will come. r What sudden sound 'mid that wild roar The charmed vision breaks. At. springing from her kindly coach. The Highland woman wakes t j The SootUah ear the SceUiah heart. lild that atara din af war. Heart the thrill High...

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 April 1877

ill 11 iiifl ji'to' iinoa jr t-K?r f ipf I9 WH LaPsS I &ke m& Mwf. H OL. 3IHXER, Ertitor- TBOY, KANSAS: Thursday, : : : : : April 5, 1877. flakiHg Use of Harder. Tbe ninnlcr of a man i a fearful thins of it elf, without turning the calamity to. account to gratify pcnonal hatred. We last week mention ed tho killing of J. Clarfce Swayze, of the Topeka Blade, by J. W. Wilson. The tragedy has been industriously made use of in certain quarters, aud the very facts of tho case are perverted, ap parently for tho gratification of enmity against persons'not connected with the affair; and a des perate effort is being made to create a strong public opinion against the unfortunate man who did the killing, with tho evident hope that oth ers will be implicated. One peculiarity we notice about the matter is, that all those newspapers in tbe State that are at enmity with F. P. Baker or the Connonwealth, pronounce the killing a fleliberate, premeditated murder, and shape all their accounts of...

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 April 1877

t a. ') V gtfcal pat. THE KANSAS CHIEF. SOf MILIaKR. PnbUlitr. Terxuat TwoDoujm a Txab, is Advasce. Payment ebould e ,ad"tricIr,,,4jTllnc' otherwise, the rate ef 13 per Tbo eitla dollar will inLoaw be exacted, except whea anreasonable delay ia made Inpayment, or unnecessary trouble Is given. It is always beat to bar a clear under s tsndiug with tbe Publisher, when time ia dealred. A.ca.T7-exrtlaslzis "EtA'teat: 1 mo. 3 mo. 6 mo. 1 year. One Squire 2J0 13.00 17.00 110.00 Two Squares 4.00 7.00 10.00 17.00 Three Squares 7.00 10.00 17.00 23.00 Quarterof a Column 10.00 15.00 xS.0 40.M Half a Column 15.00 23.00 40.00 75.00 One Column 25.00 40.00 75.08 150.00 For any other length of time. In accordance with the above ratea, which apply only to regular advertising. l'usiness cards of 5 lines or leas, 15 a year. Ferlrgsland transient advertisement, II per aqnar for the first insertion, and SO cents per aqnare for each anbseqnent Insertion. Special Notices will be charged 50 per cent, extra :...

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 April 1877

nhm. 13 titi m I. If dt the gntmt: CULTIVATION OF STRAWBEBBIEM. Sir. Samuel Miller, or BIiifTtun, Missouri, re ccutly read an address mi this Mibject before the Horticultural Society, from which wo make the follow iuj; extract: In thu first place, let the ground lie coltirated deep, ami be made Very rich. Get good strong plants and set them oat as early in the Spring an the, ground trill permit. For regular field cul ture we would recommend planting one foot apart in the row, and-tbc rows three feet apart. Cultivate thoroughly the first season, keeping on" all the runners, and in the Fall as soon as the ground freezes, cover the whole with straw, weeds or any other kind of litter. Let the cov ering he thickest between the rows and be bnt thinly spread on the plants, wait, until the fruit is ripe; and if these instrnctions be properly car ried out the grower will be astonished at the re sult, if he has never seen it tried before. Do uo cultivating whatever until the fruit is gathered...

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 April 1877

jSUtelR'atoricarSociety L -ft - - SOL. KILLER, EDITOR AND. PUBLISHER. V - - i THE CONSTITUTION AHD the union. i TERMS-$2.00 PER ANNUS, IX ADVANCE. VOLUME XX.-NUMBER 43.1 TROY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 1877. WHOLE NUMBER, 1.031., i , -,i 3 J SMtc f Mtov THE DELUGE. J Deep roatterinps were beard. An f approach fn e tempMU tww. In low And hoatMlj romUine times, tbat.tliTed . All liearu with secret terror then, a long, Contiimon, melanclntly, moauiojc flow Of eoandA, like wares that roll amons The deep, o'erchangiar wmm1 ; -And then the moniitalna snoolc, and tnTitic mooqU Brule forth from their deep womb ; and thes The wir of rnshf nz floods, That came In swift asd fearfnl hounds, from mountain top to clenj Ths hearts of mn were hashed in chilling fear. J Audjrom the palace and the poasant'a cot Thcj cameand each draw nar The other, mBtteringfRnse jarfsl thrai.bt ; And straioingees wcrerntdtiTCeaTen Fortbenco. the prophet manhid said, , Is SlumMcemethefrrearfal dcotnV Btitthough 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. — 12 April 1877

vr (Site &mm (Chief. OL. 3MCITX.EK, . .Editor. TBOY, KANSAS: Thursday, ; : : ; ; April 12, 1877. The Ben QaestioB Since our last issue, very many tax-payers of tbe Coanty hare expressed to us their gratifica tion at the prospect that something decisive will soon be done toward relieving the County of its unjnst bonded debt, or at least to redece tbe mount. One of tbe Township Trustees informs us, that as be has passed among the farmers, many have offered to subscribe or pleoge them selves for sums toward a fund for employing competent legal assistance in overhauling the matter. If all the Trustees would agitate tbe question, we have no doubt they could raise at least $1,000 in voluntary contributions, which sum would pay lawyers for pushing the question to such a stage that they could determine what was in it. If found favorable, the County could assume tbe responsibility for tbe necesssary fee. We think a majority of the people would bo satisfied with a compromise by which they...

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 April 1877

.S- """- 5 . --2 'V. JT1!0- c BT u r e , v 1 D i ' faa pxttm THE KANSAS CHIEF. SOL. MILTJER, Pnbliaher. Pnraat Two iDollamji Txi. UADvaxcx. Payment should Be msdsstrlctly 1b advance; otherwise, the rate f 13 per year will be charged, at the dleeretloaof tha Publisher. The xti dollar will In bo au be exacted, except wta unreasonable delay U nude in payment, or UBBecesssry trouble is givsn. It is always bett tohavcUruar- tending with the Publisher, when time U desired. .T9rrtlal3aeaT lsio. 3 mo. law Xyesr. One Square t tiOO T.0 fltno TwoSquarea 4.00 7.00 10.08 17.00 ThrseSquares 7X0 10.00 1730 XJ-00 SDlrterefaColanui 1040 13.00 US 40X0 alfaCelnasn... 13-00 ts.00 4C00 73.00 OnsCslutan 8SJ0 40.00 73.00 150X0 Tor aay other length of time, ia accordance with the aberv rates, which apply only to regular sdrerUsing. Business earda of 5 line or leas, ti a year. For Ural and tranaieat sdvsrtlsemeut, tl per square for the first Insertion, aad 90 cent per aquar far eaeh sabstqusnt taaartUm. Spe...

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 April 1877

M'i"i;im rinriii"" mn -v-rwr J 0 the gmmtt. VWVMMAMIMAMM THE SKASOIY FOR Fsifwiwcj. Tin! f.illow ing reasonable article is. frnm our alnableciiiitrinpnrar.V) tile CoiHtrj Gentleman: It is uow admit teH lij all who hare given at tention to the subject, and it is in accordance Willi lKitb theory and practice, tbat to ftvor a free growth of the shoots and leaves, pruning tbonlil Le performed while trees are dormant or leafless. On the other hand, to check growth, end to jiruuinte frnitfnluess, the pruning sbonld 1ms done on the trees in leaf and growing. Vi'o know of no cultivators who dissent from these truths. It is commonly admitted, also, that Snmruer pruning favors a more speedy healing of the wounds. Each season, therefore, has its peculiar advan tage. Unless the trees have superabundant vigor, the pruning should not be done after the buds begin to swell. Winter may be better than early Spring for hardy trees, by allowing tbe freshly-cnt faces to dry, and close the sap pores befo...

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 April 1877

State Historical Society m iMiiiiii, iW.-i. -. r, ms i Tg'-K 1 " P",t. , . .-? ? "3 Jv.- - w i. f. I. Ill n - ' SOL. KILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. V THE CONSTIT U TiOlf AND THE UNION. i TERMS-$2.00 PER ANNUM, IN ADVANCE., r fir VOLUME XX.-NUMBER 44.1 TROY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 1877. . WHOLE NUMBER,4.032; .. " t Sin r - -) cfcc-- .-O - snnn.-nwanfc'" t Mtt 0ettg. APOSTBOPHE TO THE HUKsTJOIS. BT WILLIAM H. C HOSXtB. Tribes of tbo Solemn League ! fnraTaaclent wU Swept by the wbitea Ilk. Autumn lain mr, Faint are your records of heroic feat. .And few the tracea of year former sway ; Lured woodland haunts, deep, shadowy, and jrey, 'o longer wave defiance to the roar And nun of whirlwind, 'mid tbelr eeul retreata ; The wild beast harbora 1b tbelr depth, no more. And ploughmen torn tbe glebe they darkly clothed of yore. Tribe, of Um Mighty ! 'dwindled to a few; - Dejected, trampled children of despair, And only like roar anteatora in boa. And tba wild beauty of tbeir flowing hair ; ...

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 April 1877

m E-ii'l va d 'S ; f'ti 9 I! J m i rant. n it 1 33 i 7i! Ml Eke WimtM &ti. OL. XILI.EIt, . .Editor. TROY, KANSAS: Tkursday, : : : : : April 19, 1877. . Tfce Pamper Baainess. The pauper matter bu become ineb an impo aition upon the Cotmty, that the Commissioner have been compelled to inane a special order up on the aubject. Thia is particularly tho cae with regard to doctors' bills. We cannot see why doctors abonld be favored more than any other profession or trade. We cannot go to the County and collect a bad anbseription bill. The onlydiflerenee ia, that the doctor trade is a matter of life and death, and he can choose to let the akk ones anffer and die, nnleas the County grees to pay the bill. The County should pay It, in some cases; but tbe thing is being carried toe far. When many of the doctors get a poor patient, of whom they haTe doubts of getting their pay, or tblnt they will hare to wait a long time, they go to the Township Trustee, and get him to certify to the account...

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 April 1877

r r 9 " Prtte. THE KANSAS CHIEF. ' SOt; MILLER, I-Hxbllaxwr. h. JT'?iI0.yi?". T.EA- " AwrAXCX. Payment should mad etrietly in advance ; otherwise, the rata of 13 par sr will be charged, at Ue discretion of tha Pabliahcr. TheexUs dollar will la Be ease ha exacts, except whea mmiUi atlnltult laainnt. ar uaainisssry JM U given. It U alwaja bet U have a clear amder. teadlag utt tha PubUalsr.whea Una U deeired. rtlajl2mT : 1 me. 13 mo- (mo I year. Oa Square t3J 340 $7.00 10.ot TweSquare 4.00 7.00 10X0 17J0 TarseSquares 7.0 10.00 1740 3S.M QaartorcfaCelsma MM 13A0 33.0 mm HaUaColtaa 13,00 xsjs law 73.00 Pas Column..,. fees) 4S.0 78.00 lS.ea Tar anv other laaeth. of time- ta aeeerdaaeji writ. tk steers rata, which apply saly U malar advsrtialac. Busier, earda ef 5 liaea or less, ts a year. For legal and tracaleat adrertlseineats, tl per aqaars far tha ant laaartlon, aad'SO cento per aqaara far each abtequeat Insertion. Special Notices will ba charted SO per cent, extra i aad editorial adve...

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 April 1877

"VJJ1 STtl IfcrJ Si '3 t- cv '1 1 ! ir it Kit k& lartl I w m m it ,m l wjir Mt ,m a IV. a 11 f fit! 4 113 uaM r? i 1 I'M im i -c ,ai3, I'! t - tt It LIS KMtt w . . a m U i tii 'V I ' l l.i ! Ifc 1 IMI 3, Ptf gl BflE ea"V I II Iff .$3 rc r. i i SRI ii h'W AM m 5l HP" sir s bS mm 't.m. I rf m m i ' s r.i t 5tJI m 'Sal Fin Ji, ' . r&i, II r L- Tf-r- iMh ffl 111 im. m Ml m the .farmer. THE f.OCVHTH. Horar Thoughts (rain Gnnnw Farnai. Governor Farnas lias written a letter to the Weittrn Rural, in which Lb presents !ii views lirielly with referoace to the beat niethnl of cx teriuinatiiis ,ue Brassboppers from ths West. We give a part of what he saja, as follows: "Any farmer can exterminate tbe graashoppers hatched ou his own farm with less labor than is usnally required to got rid of an ordinary crop of words. To be eflrctive, botrever, erery far mer must do his duty to himself. For one man to destroy the pest on his own farm, and his neighbor neglects to do so, amounts to bnt lit...

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