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

.State Ilistorit-a! SotTetv V SOI. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. i TERMS-$2.(K) PER ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. VOLUME XXL-NUMBER 23.1 TROT, KANSAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1877. J WHOLE NUMBER, 1,063. Oft JMWWW Mtt Itoetw. GOING WEST TO DIE. Well, bere we are, my Uar oM wire, Od board the train at last. Our little all packed in a trunk. With lock, and trap" made fat; I bear the bell a ringing. And the whiatle'ji plcrcio; err: 2ow, wife, we're tnuTin; oat of town. We're going West to die. We have been from Jane's to John'a Loose, From John's honse hack to Jane, Till now they're lati their harden down. On board this western train ; Tht verr hard to aend as of All crippled op and gray. To find a place in which to die. Two thousand miles away. Since we broke op keeping Louse, They're carriea ns around. Till now It aeema a bomaJec na On earth cannot be found. So aare as this old face of mine Can ne'er look young again, S sure we'll net er more return. To trouble Jo...

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 November 1877

- - -v -.,- "-trs -H -5T "A b L3 i s i 9kr Eatwas $ltwl SOL. BULIinTC, Editor. - TBOY, KANSAS: Thursday, : : : Norembcr 22, 1877- Disinterested Labors. Upon tbe passage of Bland's Silver Itill by tlio Lower Honse of Congress, the St. Louis Timet said: Tiie Bondiiouiebs' Last DrrciL We may now ex pect the TreaautT Department anil the hxeentive Mansion at Washington to be besieged by shouts of .Eastern rcsamptiomsts anil foreign bondholders, who will endeavor to set the Administration against the people. Sure enough, the prediction camo to pass. On tb 14th, a large delegation of hankers, brok ers, and merchants of New York and Philadel phia rlsited Washington, and interviewed the Fresideut, to prrtail npiu him to veto the bill, if it passed the Senate. Secretary Sherman, the author of the frand by which silver was demon etized, and Secretary Scharz, were also present. The spokesman, in addressing the President, de picted the injury to tho pnblic credit and pri vate busiuess that would...

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 November 1877

f awta tf Sofa! Pattw. Petit Jcicors. The following is n list of jurors drawn for the December term of the District Conrt : Ilenry Sninney, Iowa Townnhip. George Watson, Marion ' E. E. Simmons, Iowa James O'Brien, Marion " J. C. Long, Iowa " Henry Norman, Centre " James Delaney, Washington " W. E. Foster, Wolf Bit rr " Daniel Winiler, Centre " George Denton, Wolf River " J. T. Jlider, Washington " Samuel Moycr, Woll River J. B. Roberts, Wolf Hirer " John Cnnuuirw, Wolf Eivcr " Silas Stone, Centra " - & Hatch, Washington " C. J. Ellis, Centre " Jos. F. Hampson, Centre Daniel Boatman, Iowa " IV. B. Garten, "Wolf Hirer " Charles Bemhrick, Centre " William Hamner, Centre " Jesse Brown, Marion " James R. Mann, Centre " A Pioxttu MiURHCE. Our a( count of the recent fctabhing of Samuel 1). Benight, in Missouri, has n rniildod an oli settler of one of the early marriages in Doniphan Connty. Benight .was then a Justice of the Peace, and was called npon to marry a couple. It was an operat...

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 November 1877

Wistful-and (Moris. Saner Kratit a IVIntor Food. It lias Imt-ii n triMsilr-r In me, lliit in eitirs an large jih Kru Yntk ami IinmlU-n, iliem kIhhiM be fo little prncticnl Inmvle.lpfe, us to the U-it pud chi'aieit way of iruciuiii;r. tbe comfort of families, anil particularly of tbe pour, uIiusepriT. vatioos in mid-Wiirter aud -Spring, fur the vraiit 01 Tcgeiauies, is oiieutimes very great. L.au bage, cat tip fine and preserved in salt, is Bauer kraut, and tbe notion that many have, that vin egar is used, is incorrect. It po-wessc no such stomach -defctro) ing properties, but is most agree able and healthful to use. The cost tea family, if cabbage is bonght in October or November, should not be oer one-fifth as ranch as that of potatoes. Large beads, now costing threo or fnnrccntsv may in February cost tifteen, and then will be su dried ont :u not to be desirable fur ose. First, secure a barrel, or (if a small family) a half barrel. Let water eland in it overnight, to swell the wood...

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. — 29 November 1877

fnte Historical SucTetr y . SOL. MILLER, EDITOR JIND PUBLISHER. THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. TERXS$2.00 PER ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. 'Bfiti luf profit i VOLUME XXL-NUMBER 24.1 (&Mtt Wfittxtt. THANxsarvnra. BfEEUAXCI P. TATLOS. Lay out the earth In a sheet of snow, Thtn is nothing at all to harm below. Where raen dream out the world together. And panties tleep till pleasant weather. The njat place Is all t be land I the Barrow realm of the folded band t Then, tuaxu to God, that a flower will die Twu made in time TaAXKsoiYKa by. Breathe aa it falls prophetic thing I 'There'll be an -April In the Spring !" Then, teases to God for a aUter there. To atand on Glory's diamond stair i And Trusts again, though I so late, -A mother cone shall smilisg wait. Shall breathe three Timor with reverent tea. The Child's, the Virgin's, and her Own, And lift the latch of Mercys gate! Route up the fire to a costly glow. Till the maple parta and the rnbiee show ! Swing back the cnrtaln now. if ever! And...

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 November 1877

p i c Ct.. 3HLLEU, Eaitor. ( si m, M ft. TEOY, KANSAS Thursday, : : : November 29, 1877 Facts, from the Docnments and Figures. The election now being over, we can Hpare a little space to exposing some of the lies relative to oareeir, started bytho Troy Bulletin, and cir culated by home of its favorite candidates, vvtio' are not "Iufidels"ainl "Scoirirs." It is lianlly noceraryloioilii3s tlio peile liave demon-' strated "iovy1 much faith tbey put in thu stuff,' by tbeir votes, hav ins routed tlio wholo "kit and tolick" if tlie outfit that resorted to this incans'of electiiniteiiiig. But there 'U ahays a satisfaction in having lies exposed in clear print. TtieliM referreil to arr, that tlie Comity IJoari"7 for tlie last tiro J ears, has Riven thu Chief the Conuty printing in violation of the law; and that the Chief is paid several thousand dollars a year fur printing, for which the people are taxed. - The render will please turn to the Compiled Lavvsof l&bS, Chapter 39, section 17...

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 November 1877

7 5 5al fatter A Feavij. We havo Wn Hearing of n proiKKOtf new paper at WUitc.Cloml, and Lave rcciivcJ a copy of the first issue of a papetKariBs'iheuamo oftto. White Cloud BignalfanCi find' it to bo a cjUeli-pemiy frand of the first water. It is a pateiit inside, with the outside printed at Humboldt, XeurasLn, and con tains aiejr hatchcrcd items and advertisements rel utivero White Cloud. Asa corrcsiioiideiit says, it conveys about as much information rtlatiio to White Cload, as the printed ltttchcalsnscd, bytlielmsi- nftmcfc, v e understand that the printing-office will not bemnrnl tii Whirn ninnil. bnt lhat! if tlie paicrutinnM, it will be printeil at'ltnmbol.U. (noU even inside this State,) and shipped to White Cloud. We notice the advertise.rnenfcof "S. UKeith," -and are informed that in lKS",'-'sinr ililier commenced the publication of tho cXlrf. We also Irani from thlssheU'Uiatbnta'woronf'jears since, tho spot wucreVliitc 'CloiiTl now" stands, lilo much of the Kreat State of ...

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 November 1877

m r m t8 gttx tltc JfatrnM. WORK roil NOTKnRKR. Flruzi:K' Ua.VKSiiie injurious to catllr, and should not be giveu to tliem, lint carted to the Compost lieajis. Hoots That Have Xot Been IlAniarn;D, may lo sofieral to grow so lone at llio weatLer U mild. Late tnrnips will make considerable growth now, during the cool weather.. -As noon as one or two sharp frosts have occurred, these late crops may be. taken np; but this is not like ly to happen, nnless in fax Northern localities, until the end of the month. Boots That Have I'.kf..v Gatiiei:ei, slmuM be made xecure in tho pits, before the cold weather comes on. Lookout that there is am ple Yentilstiou-fnim the bottom to the top of the heaps. Three-cornered epontu, with a unru lier of boles Ured in each, to admit air, may be put every eight or ten feet apart in a long pit, or one for each small pit. These will carry off the heated air, which arises in all newly made pits of any sort of roots, which would cause rot tiug, were its escape ...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 6 December 1877

tatc Hist.irk-al SocfetjJ Wttxbf WmMi mm 11 IfilflP SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. - TERMS-S2.00 PER ANNUM, IN ADTANCE. VOLUME XXL-NUMBER 25.1 TROY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1877. . WHOLE NUMBER, 1.065. r. Choice Itoctw. THE PUNEBAX- OF TIME. Jjal tbronsb a shadowy valley, March, with nifcatared tp DtI trsad, X Iudc array of phxntoma wan. Ana jiallid aa the dead The white and waxen dad! AVlth a crown on every head. And a torch In very hand. To friffljt tbe -.heated gtioU away, Tbit gnard Ita portals ufelit and day. They ae-tk the SbadowLaud, On a the pale proceaalon a talk, The cloud around divide, RaLkinj themselvea In giant ahapea, And gazing down in ;rlde On the apt-ctrea. a they tilde Through tbe valley long and wide On tha spectre all ao pale. In veatmenU whiter tluin the aoow, Ae through the dJm defile thay gu. nth eUncboIy walL On traapa the funeral file; aa4 nuw The weeping ones have paat, A throng succeeding, loftier And ntateller 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. — 6 December 1877

I ke un5U5 (thief. I sot. hilier, Eaitoi. TBOY, KANSAS: 1'iiursday, : : : December 6, 1877. GoedBye, Colatabas. The disease has run its coarse, and has result ed precisely as we expected it would. The Bulle tin has come out squarely Democratic. The last issne announced that it would herrafler be a "Conservative" Democratic paper. Saturday morning, every person yon would meet, wuuld inquire, "Have yon sreii the uew Democratic paper t" The Deiuiierats would say, "Have yon seen onr paper " then they would shrug their shoulders, lower thuir chins, and suiclcer. The tone and look of every one who would mention the subject, plainly bait, "Pretty thinr or, "Hasn't he played smash now!" We said, months aj-o, that the etlitor of the Bulletin would fell Jesns Christ, or the best frleud he ever had, for some little advantage to himself. This last move does not surprint; n a bit, except iu that we thought that tun man had enough slirewdnrts not to put his foot in it so limijriiugly. His effort,...

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. — 6 December 1877

7 y focal pitte? A Joke. We liare Wen tbinkiti- what a good joko could to.pbijEnpoiin,ir onr uribe Mionldrt aint of St. Oflmr lut of snWrfbc-r. Micro ore fully oue tlioiwatiil who l,ae c41mt paid no further than the end of thU year, or who are in arrears from one to three yearn, and a few from four to -fire year. JsW if nil these Mibse-ril-tr ihonld nimnltaneoaiily he reized with the notion of remitting the amount of their arrearage, ortnain;; a year in advance, and Should remit so that their farora would all come In one day, (nay Christmas.') what n n"-iir"ie" it would be! It wonldho fun to tec ii. A part of the jolc would lie, that onr hox at the imst-ofEcc would not hold all the letter, and those elerU would lia e to hurtle aronnd to find another place for them. AVc wou!dliaea joke on them fur a year. Savwe dojtf l""" From the ifumhtr of sulme-ribcr that are com ins i", tliia week, nceompaninl with the eipreasion, 'I don't want any Democratic paper in niine, one would be led to u...

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. — 6 December 1877

m w tlte- Inmcr. Prerirtrlrirr ttb for Wintering. fcW. tlnefandri Timet. TliB first iliiug U f knciw that yonr bees have U stiHicient qtiautiry of boner, as well as a few nbeetsofilry combs, mi which to clnnter in the Coldest vrralhcr. This uiay be ascertained by the bco-keepcr, always weighing his empty hive's before bees are pnt iuto tbem, ami mark the weight on each hire. Then, at the time of pat ting them into their Winter quarters, weigh each stockj ami note the weight in pencil, sub tracting the weight of the hive from the same, and if yon find yon have twenty pounds of hon ey, it will be a snfBciency to carry them through any ordinary Winter. (Yet I have wintered stocks that did well on six and one-half pounds.) Kow prepare Aim a good platform of boards, six or eight Uclies high from the ground, and say about two feet wide, and make a good tight roof, back anil ends, tn the same, high enough that Tun will have at least a foot space above the top of the hires. Now set your hir...

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. — 13 December 1877

Htatc HigtbriSf Society- C i-r-J?V-. is5. &2ViU;i& A Vy'ci-af-iff-SaV-- 3&-rlA " .; SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. TERMS-S2.00 PER ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. VOLUME XXI.-NTJ3IBER 26. TROT, KANSAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1877. , WHOLE NUMBER, 1,066. X fW mmM m 7 fv y $Jt0we f 0rttg. ODE TO BUM. hX WILLIAM C CROWS. Ok! tiiou intUvUe tpirit. Wine! ItXou &tut no nauu to le knoKi by,Utv call IAm Djeyil! JSmakki-xabe Otbt-llu, Act IL, Scene 3. Let thy deTotee extol thee. And thy wondroru rirtar mm Bat the wont of oiaea III call thee, O, tUoa bydrmcmUr Hex! Fimple-m&ker, Tluge-Llater, Uealtb-ournipter. idler'e cute ; HiAchief brreder, Tice-pmmoter, Credit-spoiler, devil's bait. Almsbonke-baUiler, fianper maker, Trast-betnyer. orrow aource; Pucketmptler. Sabbath brraVer, CwtuKiPoce-ctliler, guilty resource. Jferre-enfeeLler, sjntrm-shatterer. ThlrsMncreaaer, Tajrrant thief; Cou-h prodacer, treacheruQ flatterer, Mod bedauber, muck-relief. Bailn...

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. — 13 December 1877

M m Wkt Itaa's )mL SOL. MTLlER, Editor, TXOY, KANSAS: Thursday : : : December 13, 1877. To Doniphan Connty RepHfolicaiis. AVe have a few words for the consideration of. tlie Republicans of Doniphan County, winch al so slightly concern onrself. Recent ocenrreuces place the politics of the Comity in an entirely uew aspect. Hitherto, there liave been several Republican papers in the County, which was an encouragement to the disaffected, for it afforded all factious an opportunity to have an organ, and the result was a division of the party. At the same time, the Democracy were really the favored party; for the Republican factious spent all their strength fishtiux each other, while they let the Democracy escape, inasmuch as they bad no means of defence. But that is now changed. A uewspaper of this County, sailing under the Republican flag, having failed to betray the County iuto the hands of the Democracy, has thrown off itsdifguise, and openly sold out to that rarty, the consideration ...

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. — 13 December 1877

t l ;oal flattew. THE KANSAS CHIEE. SOt.. ailLL-EIt, l?ubll..ler. Torms: ., Two Dolum a Yeas, ix Adtjisce. Payment should "e made strictly in advance; otherwise, Ibr rale of Hptr earwm berli.ra a. fl. ai.-fi.... r tiu lnl.l..fi, The extla dollar will in no case be exacted, except when anreasonahle delar U maile in payment, or unnecessary troahIeIKiven. It is always beat to hare a clear under- landing with the Publisher, when time is desired. A.c3.xroirt1 1 ti s Hatea: 1 mo.1 3 mo. Cmo lytar. 1 One Square fclM 5.00 17.00 $10 00 TwoSquares CO ' 7.00 10.00 17.00 TbreeSquarea 7aW lOaTO 17.00 25.00 'Ju.rterofaColnmn 1000,13.00 25.0s 40.00 Haifa Column 13.00 25.00 40.00 75.00 One Column 25.00 I 40.00 75 00 1S0.0 For any other length of time. In accordance with the aboTe rates, which apply only to regnlar advertising. llnslness cards of S lines or less, 15 a year. For legal and transient advertisements, tl per square lortheurst insertion, and 50 cents per square for each anbseqnent Inserti...

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. — 13 December 1877

ST zzri V Useful ami (Simons. Aithmalic Remedies. Strcli apfrl (tlioni apple) leaven smoked in a cimiinuii clay pipe mill the xwnku inhaled into the long will aSuul relief fur a-tlbuia; the dried leave can be procured of any German drnjgiitt. Jlnllen JvaVusi dried ami amoked'aml Inhaled in the Banio ijtauucr arc alio excellent. Chewing the rtot flfdo's banc ur wandering silk weed i liiguljt recommended far asthma. Au inhalation of a-tuixtiire of tincture of myrtb and spirits nf tnrtientine ban proved Ix-nelicial in stiibUnrn at tacks' of asthma. A raw union eaten before re tiring at night iil exercirc a moUiins effect, and calm any irritating i.tate of Iho nerves, from which this complaint proceed. Raw onion are also a ftpecefic for kidney complaints and stone in the bladder, lxit must lie eaten liberally for some time before, a euro can be effected.' A tea made from rtii-Mnut lcae nhiib have been 'fathered in Hi.) Fall, and drank constantly in the place of water, will, with perseve...

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. — 20 December 1877

srT Htate Historical Society1 .SOL. HILLEB, EDITOR .AND PUBLISHER. THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. TERMS-$2.00 PER ANNUM, Ef ADVANCE. VOLUME XXI.-NUMBER 27.1 TROT, KANSAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1877. WHOLE NUMBER, 3.067. .m.-W.S,; (Tin lj r WtttAlf fc 4 I ftmce focftg. CHBIST2HAS ECHOES. bt CEOttcc coorca. Oh. sweet bell, chimin ercry where, WsVlofi the keen, Mae, frmty skle! Oh. Ul day. Wimiu; ci-trUI fair, C'rowbins the year that dies ! O'er bird-foBjutteii dale and situ, Vonr happy iton:; notrads oncn apt-In. r.reatbln; of "Peace, cnml-wlll to men (juod-will to men !" Echoed along the hnrrytag yearn. The ftelf-aajne wont that ans! faymueJ, Pall Mflly no oar lintenln ears ! And IkthUbem'a star, andimmed, Glraratt o'er the lone and Eloximy wante -And cuMe the fwt of tbfMW) who haute' wnere. Jowly, like a star i.iucei. ine uaira ia Ktbne the rins et fieneroua tnlrth. Where loving ones meet round the hoard. And rparklinc ejes tuaks clad the earth. And hearts beat In accord. Heap hls...

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. — 20 December 1877

?" AE J '--- . m it I f -rrrr i.rr &he att5i5 (Sbie Noli. MXtjiiEJlii . .;..... JEaitor- SeOY, KANSAS: 'Thursday, t : : December 20, 1877. Our Cbristmas Paper. We lake pride, on this twentjr-firat Christmas greeting to the patrons of the Chief, in calling attention to our outside pages, this week. Are they not handsome! We wish we could set them in that style every week, but we could not afford it. There is an immense amount of read Ing there, mostly Christmas articles, and all of it interesting. We d nnt think there is a word on those pages that any one can object to. be he either saint or Mimer. In fact, we conGently send it forth as a model, both of mechanical beanty and of raiding matter. " A thi. iii the Iitt istiie before Christmas, we take the occanicm to m isli all our patrons a Her-- ry Christmas, and hope that tue neit year may be to them one of, health, happiness, prosperity, and good gifts. We thauk tliosr who have enabled in to enjoy so many n hapjiy Chrilmai in K:u...

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. — 20 December 1877

9'ft,r f-.s- , I - V s- 1 ". - if oral patter. THE KANSAS CHIEE. SOt. MILLER, Fubliaher. Tonus? Two i DOLians a Ykac, a Aiivjsck. Payment should 8 made, strictly in advance; otherwise, the rste of 3 per year wM be charged, at tbe discretion or the roblisher. 1 lie extia dollar will in no case be exacted, except when unreasonable delay i made Inpayment, or unnecessary trunble is given. It is slwsys bent to bare a clear under. tanding with the Publisher, when time i desired. QLdxrexrtlaslxis Xlxx.toss ljno.,3mo. 6ino lyear. One Square f2 M ". 13.00 17.00 110.00 TwoSnnares 4.001 ".00 10.C0 17.80 ThreeSqnares 7.00 10.00 17.00 23.00 (tiiarterofaColumn 10.00 1 13.00 23.0 40X0 Half a Column 15.00 '23.00 40.00 73.00 On Column.. . SS.00 40.00 1 73.00 U0.M For any other length of time, in accordance with tbe alwve rates, -which apply only to regular advertising. Ifusiness canls of 5 lines of less. 13 a year. For legal and tranient advertisements, 1 per square lorthenrst insertion, and SO cent...

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. — 20 December 1877

jr gx M Jatitw. PALi; AStb Ivister lcabe of stock. -ITiere 1? no tincstidll and no maimer ef doubt about lie pifct that yoaiiR auitSal of every variety roast be Lejit in cine, nuiforln thriving condition, if money iS to ic made raHui them. Tliey must be watched, so bat Itbiuover there is the sUxbtest Uieck to growth und tbe comely amicaraiice of tbe flock or tbe herd,' tbey ran be moveet to some better pasture or bare some immediate stimnlatiou, by giving food oi a more, atrensthemng quality. This i a season of tbe year requiring more than ordinary tare, and early every cold tnormn;; aometbin" sbonld be given to any colt, calves or lamlM which Cave not extra good gross or food of some kind. It is not ueccMarv to liesin stabling at night be canse of moderate, cold. Tor If the stomacbs of ani mals are fall or good food, tbe cool air is not dima greeable, and Xntnre provides long hair to aMit in keeiiing them warm. Some imiplc will be foolwbly partieuIaralioiitsh.-l!cr. lint there is a...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
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