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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 2 January 1873

Hmtb ei)c U h .!: i ; m ? i SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AM) PUBLISHER. VOLUME XVI.-NTJMBER 28.1 Choice UORACK UUEVXIVY. BT UUCC3ED C UTaUMUX. Earth, ltt thy w.Vt mantle rf t ThUwMrieUtLil.lfcthrrrtaniiDS; WlifMM youth vu nurtnrrd at thy hrraat Who Wd the with iiarh t-ni-r yearning! He knew thy field anJ wnmiUnd waym And deemed thy bumblmt an his brother; AaWp, bfvcmd our blame or proi-. We yield Mm baric, O, gentle Mother! Of pnlW, of bUrne, he drank hi fill: Who ha not rrsd the life-lnff tory I And dear we hold hU fame, but till. The man vm dearer than hi glory. And now to as avre left alone The cbMet where hia ahadow linger. The vacant chair that m a throne The pen. Just fallen from bis fingers. Wrath changed to kindnww on that pen: Thonch dipped In call, it tluwt-d with honey; One flaah from out the cloud, and then The aritlea with muII and jet were aunny. Of hate he'aurrly lacted the art. Who made hi rnemv hi lover: O, reverend hH and Christian heart! Where now their like, the round wor...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 2 January 1873

&c Itattisasi &icf. SOL. jnTsT.ISR, . . Editor. TBbY, KANSAS:' Thursday, : : : : : January 2, 1873. Eceaomy. Certain memlicr of the Legislature, wlio are abont to go to Tppelca for the first time, are mak ing their calculations what measnres they will carry through, and what extravagances they will liip off, to reduce expense, and lessen taxes. If they willhenrken to an old stager for a moment, we will foreshadow the success they will meet with in their riraleworthy efforts. Tbey will start out brash for economy, and fight Tigoronsly for about three days; bnt on tbe third day, they will discover that they do not amount to a rfiw of pins, and will incontinently subside; and for the balance of the term, tbey will look on in gaping wonder at the way tbe money flies. Abont the second day, a resolution will go throngh, ordering $5 worth of postage stamps for each member and officer, amounting to Mine $750. Then, ten or twenty copies of a daily paper, at $i per copy for the sessio...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 2 January 1873

r h X w k K gOtflt Pitt. Tiio Zansai Cbie SOL. MILLER, FnblUher. Torms: Two Dollar a Tut, is Advaxck. raytnent should be made strictly la advanw ; otherwise, the rate of 3 1 year will be charged, at the discretion of the Publisher. xX-voirtlmlxis 3Etttoi t mo. 3 ua 6 wa. 1 year. One Square I2J0 300 17.00 I0 00 TwoSqnarea 00 MO 1000 1700 Three Square . 00 10.00 1700 25.00 Onarter of a Column 10 00 15.00 12.00 40 00 Half a Column 1S.00 2ioo 40 00 75.00 OneColnmn 25.00 4OJ0 7SiM 13)00 For any other length of time. In accordance with the above rate, which applv onlr to regular advertising. Tnishiesa cards t 5 lines or Irs. 13 a year. For Legal and transient adTcrtiscnients. II per square fur the flrst insertion, and SO cents J-r square fur each ub aeqnent insertion. Special Xotirrs will be chared 50 percent, extra: and editorial adTertiaemcnta and iiersonal cranmunicaUuna, tlonble price. . Eight lines of solid Xunpareil make one square. All fraction of half a square and over, are counte...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 2 January 1873

be gm t tftc iluug. . EPIXOOT-V.il ft Time standa the milkman at the Rate -O why. cnud sir, are yon ao later Bis pnlUlu-4 ran a barrow Wit. And from Ilia eyc a tear distills "EpUouty!" A loaded vagrai rumble by i What meana that agricultural cry T Mock Dft the oxen at the yoke; In accent low the Grocer spoke "EpMootyr A line of mn auid erordy bnya Goes filing by. Hark yv. the noise! Beneath their inn and on their backs. The eapreeaman now slnda hia packa "Epiioutyr A heaw trunk and b! valise Upon the pavement aland f n ieacc ; The weary travellcra take a rest. Their elbows aorr, their lianila distressed ! -Ejaapotyr The tradearien raourn the empty atreet ; In tearful eilence draymen meet : O, aay not that the coalmen awear, A roice burets on the quiet air, "EpizwtyP The rattling "buaatands in the abed; The cracking whip hanp overhead ; The rnst upiu the tire show ; The driver grumbles through hia noae, "Epixnotyr A dread alarm the great bell toll ; On high the wild flame madly rolla...

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. — 9 January 1873

... . - ... K . i -, i fit JtBttMi llijin. f in i w mmum r-mm..ajaw lfilu SOL. HILIEB, EDITOR AM) PUBLISHER. J- t THE C0NST1T U TIQI7 AUD THE UNION'. TEBMS-S2.00 PER A7fUM, IX ADVANCE. VOLUME XVI.-NUMBER 29.! TROT, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 9, 1873. I WHOLE NUMBER, 809. r Choice COIM UOllK TO-DAY. WILL. K. CAKIXTO. MylmwwmitbejarT'amf-thrnuiUn'anUtbroiish ! waUlml tlte Uwyen, rigt 1 left, and give m to- diet true; ,, ., , I irfuek m9ltmxato my chair, I tbimclit I would crow In; And if I do n. know myw-lC tbi-jll rt me thenr acta. Bat mw Lb court' adjwinwd Ar swj4, and J have got tdt I'm lame at Iff-, and, thanl the Lml, I'm coin home to Tw wmvbow frit unt-My like, nince first day I come down; It la an awkward pame to play tbe gvntltnmn in town; And tbU 'ere Sunday Halt of mine no Sun-Uy richtly aetn. Itat when I wraxtbratuffawtk,it notnebowgaiU and fnta. I'drstner wearmykamMpun rig oCpe-jpfTaltand gray Ill have it on in halTajin; when I get borne to-day. I hare no doubt my wife look...

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 January 1873

aenaraa. - i.wtthi,..snod1b! activity remarkable, hie S wp- lnvid everywhere in W-h-Wul Ueutheoniwneiitof everyarcle, and Itis L.!t win too for tai My that, gracious, polite aud ?S.ble, all educated Enclhinracu are-es-JStaUy those rmre.1 In hiRh life among hU as JEutri in the OftirT HMm hi. will be one of the in popular. I eon' W t1" anecdote of ru"eai i"'" wveral colnmiiH, lint I w ill do-winy U-Kty tribute to a remarkable man with an extract ftwn one pf his s.iceches in 1S36, while ho vv as'a Wliig menilier of the Honse of H preven tatives, a a specimen ofhisst.vln. In all tbatbas j,en written against the enemies of the Union nothing finer on "0 fnnnil. I commend it to t Ji nspeciw cniuideratiun of his old fricud, Mr. Jefle- snn DaYi. "I pray to God. if in the decree of His Provi dence He hare any mercy in store for me, not to iniffermeto behold the hour of its. dissolution ; its glory extinct; ibe banner of it pride rent and trampled in the dust; it nationality a moral of bistary...

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 January 1873

trfc ifS g ml' prtttt. Tlio Kansas Cliiof. SOU MILLER. Iabllher. Terms: Two DoiAaE a Tra. w ADVasci. raymentshntild he made atrictly In advance, tberwi the. rate of , year will be charged, at the discretion of the I-nulisher. .AxJa-treartf JTig Rte: 1 mo. 3 mo. 6 mo. . 1 yrar. .. fix ieo xoo tlOOO 4 DO 7.00 10.00 17.00 '" . 7.00 10.00 17.00 SS.00 '".' .. 10.00 13.00 S5.O0 40.00 " " . 1S.00 2i00 40.00 73.00 . 2S.0O 40-00 75-00 1M.0O One Square.-.. ... Two Squares........... Three Squarea. ....... Quarter of a Column.. Half a Column One Column For any other length of time, in accordance with the above rate, which apply only to regular advertising. Baslneaa carte td 3 tWeor less. year. For Legal and transient advertisementa, alper square for tbe Brat Insertion, and 30 cents per square for each auk- pcWNi.tieeS' will be charged 30 percent, extra t and editorial advertisements and personal couimunicatUma, double price. . . Eight lines of solid Snnpanil make one aqnarc All Iractlooeofhalr...

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 January 1873

a ad - Wm .fun af the hmg. THE BOHTOX H.X. After the great ftrnton fire, eercral offer, of assistance were decuued by the Boetontan. on the ground thai they did "t desire any oouide assistance, xTitTeulxm a poet geU off the following:) Slowly a Boston man Fnrd in bU store, "Where, seeking lra;e, heed Ualned upper nnorj Singing, -A threnody Write for me now, J nils Want Julia Ward Julia Ward Howe." Came a Fire Company Under the Huh, ltntring Uie ladJera there, Quick as a flash i Cr lug. "To rescue thee, JCorwich ascends; Boston man, Itia man. Help bring tby friends!" Peered then tbe Boston man Uown through the smoke. O'er where tbe ladder end Casement bad broke; Asking, willi dignity, "iluwrr me tnir 2?orwlch men, Norwich, men. What do ye do r Up spake a Xorwlcb man, Votaed tm a rung. Breaking tbe aaabea in, Bed sparks among: "We.bytheeityTUgbt, Come to assist : B.toa man, Boston man, G ire na your fla t !" Back sprang tbe Boston man, Splendidlr proud. Hsring, whUe flames around Wore...

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 January 1873

! NT)" ' HI' . ft ; 9tu t fiH't w i s ;, .. ' -COb - .r SOL. MILLEB, KDITOR AND PUBLISHER. the coirsTrrunoir and the union. -CTEBMS$2.00 PEB JuVXlDI, IX ADVANCE. 5 PteT A -4 ) VOLUME XVI.-NUMBER 30.1 (&QM ItoctM. T&K APPLES OF EW ECLMK BT MBA. MABr A. DKXUOS. Tlw apple of New EnjUnd ! How tun; their loaded bonght Oyct the KTT tone frocrw. In reach of the dapple! cows. O? mx red-cheeked Baldwin Hath merry sons to sing. Of tniM old noM-roofed otuga, IVbere the farmer ia a king. Teaming of his harrtUe tern, Whone grain take a tkotuuuid hurt In the wonder tinting aoBahloe Yea, king In hia eobbk-d hfcnea; Xingof theatnrdr plnujhjthare; Eio tf the icX'U lun : King oTer God'a fall nieaaowa, Budding in while and green. The RuMeta of New Englandl What rnddy fire they aee, Where the crack of the Teiny walnot And the crack of the pine agrae; Where the faerba hang high in the chimney. And the cat purrs on the hearth. And the rollickiDg bnya gnee riddle. With many a about of mirth. And 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. — 16 January 1873

In tlie uiilt of our nlantrie. we lirtrt '." , .1.- Ul I. II,. rmnl ll.e.. tin. i.il"r. the I liilM the ri"CiS ' ; """"""".. ..,.Tr..T: n.ll.il nrum-, --- --- i- h.it. I. "r p"""-) rrputled 1" " nB il.el iivm-cclinica "f tho journey; bnt as the noise insx-rl---i I "oIt " 1mcK "'"'I" n'. niirw, nn notice! strange, movement i In ear, till at last I hf lirintf It-came limn liriak, ami tlio roll of drum ami ,'"" f '"" "' inrefnxnnir, vhrii lie I"1-""' mijfnvcn.ali.c until I lost all control, :ih1 lii burnt aln-aii with me, iat the 0.iin:iiisi"iii-r, PiUlt the escort, pant tin- piUant Captain. Ainln-w r.irtcr when, to my horror, I funiiil elictchnl arrnw the road a largo hoily of Jl--"'"i "run iu hand. resiilrca. to dispute our lass-ion. Yon may well imagUm my cinistcnia tin. Xrrer bating set s souadron in the field, for Ilia dli l..n or tattle knew. More, than a spiuatcr! (ncvive iny feulings when I saw mjsclf. sin-j-lc-lisnilcxl and alour, without an effort of my i.wn. and certainly rr...

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 January 1873

A r U I ' ) oraI Prttttt. Tlio Zansas C2ito NOL. MILLER, a'ublUlier. Torms: Two IloLiaiM a'Tcar, IS AuvaMt Payment WwM 1 made strict y in advance; otherwise, the rate of & prr year w 111 be charged, at the dii-rrrtin of the FublUlirr. 1 mo. 3 ma Cma.ljmr. One Square frJ 3.nn 7.00 410.00 Twofeaarr r 4 00 7.00 10.00 17.011 Thm, Square 7.00 10.00 17.00 2S.O0 Ouartrrnf aCfilumn 10-rt) 15.00 2X.O0 4000 llalfaColnnra 13-) 25-00 W.00 73J0 OneColnmn , fr 2.100 4Q.00 7S.0Q 130 00 . For any otlwr l-oth f timr. In Mxnnianre with the al-.re rate, which apply only to rrsnlar adrertialns. flaalneaa card ot 5 fm'n or Iras. a year. For Ii-gal and tmn-W-nt advrrtirw-tot-nta, f 1 jut ao,uarc fitr the. find, inaertlnn, and M emu it n,t.arc. fr earli aoU eeonrnt Inarrtion. Special Xtirei. will Ik, cliarjI 50 prreenta extra; and editorial advirtirwrmut- and prr..nal cmtnnnicatiKw. double prien. Eirbt Hnea of aolid Nonpareil make one a.jure. All fractions f half a annare and orrr, are ownted a a full...

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 January 1873

h f be & utr "of the $lring? revinevnfvivwvss-v'vrvw-'vwskrv- MOQ.TC1 SWOR;, fit U time that the tombstones were erected and the epi tsphavritten fr the deed and mortally wonndedof the lite political battle. Wecontnbuteonxeharebelow. Ifanycan do better, let them tend their contributions to the Liberal Velio! Committee, who hSTe the work in haad of mark. tag the tombstones of the deputed : TH WOCUVBE "WL" (Jilt I) jaat Brows 1 (The worda are dial.) Methtnka the record readeth queer: " Is life they bore hia beer to him. In death they bore him to hia bier!" What Virtue his, who aelnshneas aubdned. And left hia party fur hia party'a good ! Ttmcu. . Be loTed hia country much, bot more himself; 'Whereat hia country laid him os the abelf. TUTOX. Paaae net, Uod frienda. bot onward pees; Who atope to read the tombstone of an aaa I rAssswoara. Hers Ilea man (the dell hath rirhtly caught him.) Woo lored hia country Joat for what it brat him. loss jonx. Large waa hia body, frmall his seal; ...

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 January 1873

5iT"PCR !j5s. fee mum N SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. TERMS-?2.00 PER A.N'XUJ., IX ADVANCE. VOLUME XVI.-NUMBER 31.! TROY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 23, 1873. J WHOLE NUMBER, 811. .'SLA V X Choice gacttg. THE W1XD OVKtl T11K CniHNCX. bt n.w.ijONcreLUr. See, tbe fire U sicVing low, Dnakr red the embrn slow, While above them ktill I cower. While a monieDt mr I linger, TboQch tbe clock, with lifted finger. Point, beyond tbe midfiljlit boar. Singi tbe blacLraed Ic tane, T . Xrmed in mm forgotten Jun From a acbool boj at hU pUy, When they both were young together. Heart of youth and nmmer weather Uaklng all their holiday. And tbe night wind rhlnc, hark! How abort there In the dark. " la.tb midnight and the whjw, KTer wilder, fiercer, grander, r XUatheteapcsUofiakasdur.. t- All the nouy chinneya blow! Every quivering tongue of flame Hmmi t maimtu- aonte great name. Seem to aay to me Aaplrer Bat the nigbt-wind. &nwer, Hollow Aro the riMncs that you f...

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 January 1873

-r.-r. . v -'W " hc SauSiiisJ (Chic!. SOl MOXER, . EUltor. TBOY, KANSAS: Thursday, : : : : : January 23, 1873. Tbe LcgUlatare. Tim I.rgtlatrtrr meralj- organized last week, ml p' Imnd ' t rcouninjr. The first work wan to urilrr J5 worth uf postnge stamps for earb mrmbrr Mini ofliccr, nniimutiiij; to alnrnt fKO. Tlicn tlii-y unlcred newspaper for meroUeni and officers. Hitherto, the number for each member his been from tut to twenty; but this Winter, in ciiusMi-ratioii of hanl titm-s, they onlt-rpil fifty conlrtforeacb. This,at.2prrcopyriirthe'ssion, Mill make about $15,000. Then they adjourned over nntil Mmnlay, in order t let tho members tte tlm railroad passes with which they have been supplied, and the wire-pullers to canvass for thcSenatonship. Three days wasted, willamonnt to about SHOO more. Here, then, weclearly have an expenditure uf alxmt $17,150; but as a slight compensation, some fellow has introduced a bill tojMMpoiie the 10 per cent, tax penalty, which will not pass. 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. — 23 January 1873

4J If 1 rJ D $m gfottcns. Tlie Saaaas Chief. SOL. MILLKAPtUhcr. Toixob: Two Dollaiis Teas, u Auvance. rayment should be made strictly in advance; otherwise, the 'rate ;of (3 per year will be charged, at the diecretion of the rablianer. AclTT-fTrtliTl''g Hato: t mo. 1 3 mo. C mo. 1 1 jear. One Square.. Two Squaree ......... Three Square ...... Quarter of a Col man . Half Column One Column . .. liM 400 -M 10 00 liOO 25.00 tiOO 700 10.00 12.00 25.00 40 00 110 00 17.00 33.00 40 00 75.00 1M.O0 10.0U 17 00 25.00 40 00 7SJ0 For any other lmcth of time, in accordance with the above rate, which apply onlv U rrjrnlar advertising. Bnalnes card ot 3 Unes or 1cm. O a year For Legal and tranairnt adverti-ioent, II per square for the flrat insertion, and cents per square for each anb Hwiurtit insertion. , . , Special Notice wfll be charred SO permit, extra: and editorial advertisement and iemonal communication, double price. , ... Kieht linea of aolid Jfimparril male one square. All fractions of h...

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 January 1873

.eraKT-ewsw f he 4fim ri c Slung. inc switch tikrs pucmotios. I lozfcd vith railroad ruvdiea on Ike bridge. The rurr flowed below; Xley tsllrd of nags and tpplllrple plspies. And let it Sow, Until tbe hanhty station master spake Aba the din. And nuKlIysnawenn;; their idle word, &ud "Drap jour chin.' -Tallin! rfscthienta snd sitch," said be. (U hica. tllty wrre Dot.) Tbrre km a funny thing occurred rUht there To William Pott, The switch tender; a decent fellow, BUI, llut biol his rje. And had a nasty way of sleeping on tho track Wlieu ho wss high. " tniliam one niht was taking a snooza Alteraaniltcrj The draw'd been open for a boat, and Bui Forgot to ahlft her. Ilia lega dangling from the draw, he alept Cpnn the track. And nerer woke until tbe night express Was at Ms back. And then he half arose, and fetched a howl, llut 'twas too late 1 lie sot right on the cow-catcher a ajell. Vat ifian't wait; , He threw a hand spring sixty feet aloft: And with a bound ' Mrurk on the track a h...

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 January 1873

Ik 4BHBEiSy aBnaaw'ooaBBBBBBB'BmmaBTBml MUM SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. TERMS$2.00 PER ASXUJf, IN ADVANCE. VOLUME XVL-NUMBER 32. ( TROT, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 30, 1873. WHOLE NUMBER. 812. u V . (, Choice f 0ctrg. WsSfWrfSel.MIMlVII VLOWGKS X VfWTK. PAHfTED 02T A POHTE LITHE. bi J. o. wjirrnrx. Dow tranra to cet, this fmty morn. In giacefal counterfeit of flown. TIimo cltililren of the meadow, born Of amMnc and of lio wera ! Haw well the conation wewnl irtaina The picture of Ita flower-own borne The lfchts ud eludes, the purple aUiM, AnasoIdeahQe of bloom! It wu a happy thoacht to brfn To the dark Mtuon'i froat and lime Thi painted memory of apriog, Thta dream of summer time. Oar hearts are lighter for ita aake. Oar fury aye renewa IU youth, . And dim rctnembd-6ctiflO Utkm -The guise of prwent truth. A wiztard of the Merrimac So old ancestral legenda aay Could call green leaf and blossom back To frosted stem and spray. The dry loc of the cot...

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 January 1873

$fic gfongtt Mtf. sol. muliver, . Eaitor. 5ioY, KANSAS: Thursday, r : .: : : Jauuary 30, 1873. SCHt Up. Brevett Brigadier General Ben. P. Rankle, his hfn tried liy a court martial, foiiml guilty, sari sentenced to be caliiereil anil pay n. line, of 37,00.), and be imprisoned in tbe Penitentiary fr fonr years, and in case the Cue is then nut paid, another four yearn "ia to be added to his iniprison lnent. Gen. Kunkle was Superintendent uf the l-'reeduian'ij Bureau in Kentncky, and the charges whs fraud against the colored soldiers. Gen. Kunkle entered the service iu the corn incnceineut of the war as a Captain in the 13th Ohio Infantry. Ho was afterwards commissioned Major, was severely wounded in, the javr at Shi luh, when he resigned, acensiug some of his own men with shooting him, fur some abuse that they had rcceivt-d from liini. He I lieu procured a co lonels romuiisslon iu the 45th Ohio mounted In fantry; here be and Lieutenant Col. Ramsey gut up a quarrel, Itanisey leaving the...

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 January 1873

; i gm gfottfrj.. Tbe Kansas Chief. SOL. MILLH:n. FublUker. Tennai Two Dollars a Teas, X- Adtancr. Payment should be made strictly in adranee; otherwise, the rate of (3 per year will be charged, at the discretion of the Fnblisher. Aa.-7-oirtlglxi4S HsLtomt 1 mo. 3 mo. 6 mo. 1 fear. One Square f10 3-X O-00 t'"-00 TwoSuares -00 7 00 10 00 17 00 ThreTsgnarra '" "00 !" Quarterof a Column " 13-00 25.00 4000 flalf a Column - -00 23.00 40 00 7S.00 OneColumn 25.00 a00 7300 UOOU For any other length of time, in accordance wi(h the abore rates, which apply only to reeular advertising. Kiwineiiacartls'dSlinieorlcss.'Savear. lor Lejal and transient adrcrtiscments, tl per aqnare for the first insertion, and 50 eenta per aqnare for each sub seqnent insertion. , . , Special yoticea will be charj-ed SO percent eirra; and editorial adTertiaementa and peraonal communications, double price. , . Eirbt linea of aolid Xonpan-il make one square. All fraruonaofhalfa aqnare and over, are counted aa a full "...

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 January 1873

F I! ftltc mi of the hing. TUC UUSnMlS CSMLMXT. STAOErH TATLOK. A frw ahcrt mmth seo, my dear, kef..re wo two were one, Tj rowed to do so msny thlnga That now are net er done. Too said. wlii borne from dally toil I came with aching brow. Tur band akine should souths Ita pais It never aootbea it now. Ton aaid you would no harden be. And dress aa mean allow; Bat what with aill.s and rings and things Tun do nut do so now. Ton oed to sacrifice yourself. And to my wishes bow. Allowing mo to bare my way You never do ao now. Ton used to sin; and play and amile. And gush I can't tell bow : Tou won my heart. I grieve to aay Ton nerer gush ao now. I mind the moonlight nights when X Was moved to hear yon tow A joy 'twould be to die for me Why don't you do ao now f ii a Waalela'I awn l"p. Joe Stetson was a wild, rullickiu"; fellow, who aprut mut of his time lu driiikinj; ami apn-eing, while his wife, Polly, was left at home to do tho chores. Upon a certain occasion Joo left home, to be hack, as...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
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