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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 6 February 1873

r r? -s SOL. SILLER, EDITOS AND PUBLISHEB. - THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. TERMS-$2.00 PER ANNUM, IX ADVANCE. VOLUME XVI-NUMBER 33A TROY, KANSifL THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1873. I WHOLE NUMBER, 813. m aaamvv r K) W mum Choice A SICK BED. rr wiuiam cvuxs bitast. taaz ht tboa watebwl my bed. Awl Mnoolbrd the pillow oft For tbUpiorch"X new. With umcbw kind and .oft. Ob ! mo"tb it Ttt again, An ofUy a Ufere. ODro tflr once, and then I nrcd tbjr band no more. Yet hero I ma not Uj Wbrra I o Iodjc hire Iain, Throajh many a retlrM day, jlnd many a night of pain. But r - Sently forth tfcneith the open Ly, TKVre t tbe plraaant earth, TiB Bight the vonbeanu lia. lb-re. tbrwufib the co-minx days, I shiU nt '"k to tbw VrnrjMWoraW, And bift it tenderly. Tirre f wwily ftball I alerp, r wilt tbiKi need to bring jtBrfpottomy tot lip ImA water from the Aprinj. y.-r wet tlie kerchief laid Cpa my burning Itw; 1W fnun my eyelid shade 7 he light tint wounds them now. ir watch that dodo nlia.1 tread. With n...

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 February 1873

Jhc SmiAis Chief. SOI. MIIXER, EUItor. TEO"?, KANSAS: Thursday, : : : : February 30, 1873. Caldwell iBTratiRatioH. The Caldwell Investigation was resumed on Tuesday, and after the examination of several witnesses. Senator Caldwell made a statement before the unumittee. He denies the statement of Anthony, HnrLe, Carney and Clark, in rela tion to his elixtion costinx 'J or seventy thun&auil dollars or any other large amouut. lie sid the statciuriitotliat be bad given. or l,rom isoil anv consideration for votes ere false. He claims Hut Carney wanted him to withdraw, and when he found that ho would not withdraw, Carney offered to withdraw (115,000,. and said be would (jive twite or three times "that amount if Mr. Caldwell wonhl withdraw. Senator Caldwell further states that at a sub sequent meeting, he did pay Carney the amount asked, lint he did not agree to pay the expenses of Stevens, Clark or their friends. He stated in coorirfdn,-npon his honor, That lie never ex pended one dol...

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 February 1873

A V & V pa A gtoat patters. Th.0 Kansas Chief. BOL. MILLER, XubHher. Conno: Two HoiLansa Yeas. is Adva-ck. Payment! honld lie made strictly In advance : otherwise. ,tI"n',,?, "S I Jrar wiU be charsed, at the discretion-of the PnMhoer. A-d-p-ortlaglxLC Rntetti I mo. 3 mo. 6 mo. I year. MJOtCOO 17.00 JIOOO .... 4 HI. 7.00 10.00 17X0 " .... 7.00 10.00 17.00 5B.00 n"" I"00 i0 25.00 40.00 ... I5.OOI23.no 40.00 75.00 .... 25.00 40.00 73J0 15000 One Square TwoSanares ..... Three Squares... Quarter of a Column. . llairauolnmn... One Column .. For any otliir lensth of time, tn accordance with the above raiis, which smly only t" ir?lUr .dvertlsing. IlusineM cards ot 5 lines or let. a year. For Le;al and transient ad ertiseinrnLs, 1 per snnare lor the Brut insertion, and 50 cent. i-r snnare fur each sub sequent insertion. Special Notice, will 1e charged 50 per cent, extra : and editorial advtrtiaeinrlita and personal commusicatioiia, double price. ., . ... Eiebt linen of solid JTonpanil ma...

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 February 1873

&e f im 0! tlic Siting. BC XtVER BIULED AGAIN. The train which brought hU wife came down. And then west swinging on; Bat woe ta him! hU wife bad brought Ills mother-in-law alone. Be lired, for life may Ions be borne Ere aorrow break "tui. But thia last atroke Juat acttled him lie never amiled again. There were bright eye around hla borne. The. children Ianah in glee Erfure thia lata antral came She acttled that Ton ace. Before him paaaed hia former chunie In pleaaore'a recltlraa train. But black alpaca held him fict ile nerer amiled aain. lie aat where Bowing bowla went round. And ong and Joke were naaacd; He thought ba'd ralae a laugh once more That effort wa hia laat A hollow uormurof drapalr Waa blrnt In erery attain i The old girl'a image held him back lie nerer amiled again. In other bomea, when aorrow came It paaaed and left no trace. And other browa were cleared of gloom. And joy reaumed her place; Bat nut for him hi gooee waa cooked Ue curaed hi fate in vain, BU hope wer...

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 February 1873

- - - ' - r -i ' . . . 1 . SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AXD PUBLISHER. THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. TERMS-$2.00 PER AXXUM, IX ADVANCE. VOLUME XVI.-NUMBER 34.1 TROY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUAKY 13, 1873. WHOLE NUMBER, 814. r . T f&l ZQatsivi J ifiUOUC UvWIl- THE BKAVTTlVVt. ssow. latkeWlrpartof tinwr,ae folk Saturday mornta; in the dead of winter, then li-l at the Commercial H.;.. tal in CiiH-Jonati, a uaug wtnan. ver vImmo head only two and twenty Mnuineni had iiansrd. She had been voce wwtmaed of an enviable share f hraoty. had been, a nfce nenielfMya. "llaUeredandiion-ht fur tbo charm of her face;" bat alaa! nio her fair bmw had long been written that terrible word, in-tiiutr ! Once the pride f l-fujn-ct-We itareutagc. ber hrnt wrvus step wa the "name old atory arrr again, whieh haabwn the uulv life hiatnry of thon ftauda. JliglJy edncalMl and aermnpliflbed in mannern. be ml;ht have -kvimin tint brut wcjt-ty. Uut the ell hoar that jinrvnl her rain wan but the dour fntn ber chiMbond, ...

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 February 1873

t fjarcawi -Chief- aS;- :ErtUoT": IROYy KANSAS:. T,nlaT. : s t s February 13, 1873. The Caldwell Case. The pnnnit nfler black-mail ami revenge, call ed the Caldwell investipttiun, note Riimg on at W-isliitiRt"!!, i almost c.niplctrci. Hat ing Wu there, we are mm- cn inl "I" what ne ts'1 1,re vioiuh !h-Iic1 that it in ono f tlie greatest framls" of tlie lay. and that the rt-ading uuullc do m.t eet true reports of the proceedings. e . .. i. ..... ti... . To illustrate imw wie iiena mn-nnmi. aun c . imrtrr for the associated, press is a .vntuijr. man who was fnnnerly a clerk to Sidney Clarke, while he occupied a seat in Congress At the close oi each day' proceeding", he snumits Ilia report to Clarke," h" rcir it, ylaeinj; the testimony ajaiust Caldwell In the strongest light, and anp imrMiusorthrowiiigdiscreditnponlhetestiniouy fi.oralileio the Senator. The various uewapa pir currespoiiileiits ocenpy a row of rooms in the Kbliitt House, and compare notes Wore sending ' their report eac...

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 February 1873

g oral gfottrrj!. The Saniai GbiSsL SOL. MILLER, l'ubliaher. Terms: TwoDoUJinATA,uiADTic. rivtncntebml.l be made etrictJy In advances other. 1. '"''" I JT wHlto charged, t the diecrrti.m of the rubliaher. iirertlflng Hmj lm.3iuu. CmiMtJcar. KJdi w00 7.0O tld.00 t.m -) 10.00 17.00 . -.00 1 10.00 17X0 33.00 "... 10.IW liOO S5.00 VIM ... IS-O' S5-00 M0 15-00 ' .. iiuonooo njoa iMoo One Square....... Two Squares...... Three Sonarea.... ouartcr of m Column..... Half a Column Cue Column.. . For ur other length of time, in accordance, wltb the bore rate, which apply only to rrsular adrextialng. Biiaineaaearfao4 3Iuireorlea,air. For Leal and transient adrrrti-rtuenta, 11 per anuare ..r the firat Inarttirm, and M rent" far wiruire for each auu eeoucut insertion. . . . , Siiecial Kotice. will be chaned : percent, extra: and taliiorial adrertiermenta and prr.nal cuumunleatioua. double price. . , . Eiclit lines of aolid Xranaml male one square. All frartionaofUlfa equare and over, are counted a...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 13 February 1873

hc -fun qi the hmg. si.RKNXur. - Vskr, lsdr, nW the moon are high, -The twiuklin' stars be brands'; Vile now and then iqmm the sky A meteor are streamin'2 Vale, lorrlr Ton ! the sky are dear, Erfreshin' la the ureexrei It lilowa my noae vhile I sits hero A nddlin 'Death the truescs! Vskr. Sally. dear! the buH-frog'a note Are heard in yonder rnsbes, And tbe isrbling tree-toad swells Its throat, Siugln in theni ar bushes. Vake. "Wenu, mine! the whlp-por-will Sings on that rail-fence yonder; Vhile the owl pipe forth ita bootin shrill; (Vy don't ahe Take, I vender?) Softly along the grassy lea The rooou her beams are poarin' The stars look down and rink at me (Ily Gum! if Sal aint anorln'.' Vske, lovrlv Ton ! and look at me ! Arale, "Squire Simpson's daughter! If Tun'H hare me, and III baTe thee (Py George! who trew dat TaterO" "Raialag the Wlaa." Not many years ao two Frenchmen one wealthy alid in posesmon of ready cash, the other poor ami penniless occupied, by chance, ih.aamr. mom in...

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 February 1873

., . : '-,.-.,.. Xi' i iff birf 35SrfllSaka4Snnnn?7 SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. VOLUME XVI.-NUMBER 35.! (Mtt gactcg. THE WINDING OF TBR HWRIX. Tbe orcb&rd tr re white with mow, Aa tbcj were white with Uoom, Foam-white ud fflce a ma Uaeath Tbe window f the nwm ; And fitfully an April nan 'ow went, wrw jJeJunwl again. Dot lonrest glnuned. I think, to mo Tbe winding of tbe lr.n. "We wr two aUtert, Mint, and I, And Jwelt, m still we .well. In the eld booae the trees Our mother lured well; A fer old frirmU we had. and prized, Jfo others muvght V gain, lint e iletly one wtraee name recall Tk-iwtidiojUUwakcIiLV . OnrartUt nrlfbbnr, Clement, lorrd Tbe orchard like a boy, Tbe Uoaiwi-roiiC tbe moMj bough 31 ade half bf a bummer Joy j And Use a brother In our htwrU, lie crew in time to rdgn And tab waa be whrae name bring back The winding of tbe aVein. There waa a fourth that day. You goeaa Tbe story re tU kilt! : Our eoufdn back from Pari gay, Xttr toy, nor orer-buld t Bat used to ...

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 February 1873

u V v..l mt $m$M Ghitf. NOI MrLXJKTt, Editor. TBOY, KANSAS: Thursday, : : : : Febrnarj 20, 1873. Give Him a Chance. Mr. Ingall-S nnr new Senator, is a nun fully competent t do valuable service to tlie State. All lie want in a fair chance, justice, and tbe co operation of tlie people of Kansas. It is what no Unit"! State Senator from Kansas lias ever yet received, ami it is to tlit-ir creilit tiiat they bare accomplished anything whatever for the State. Grii. Lane bad many bitter enemies, and many faults. These eueuiira pnraned bim upon all oc casions, compelling bim to waste time in fighting them, aud in fortifying and strengthening him self, that should ba e been devoted to the service of the State. It was tbia desire to be in favor with the Administration, that he might control patronage fur bis own benefit, that led to the fa Ul blunder resulting in bis death. Ev tr since Pomeroy's first election, be has been thesubject of constant denunciation and abuse. It was charged that he r...

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 February 1873

r goal patter. Tlio Sftasts Chief. gOL. MILIER, Publisher. sws1 . .... n.n.uai.iu mil. strictly in idTiiwi "'"tlr;,,,',iSitr " 1" J,r wlU be charged, at the discretion of the Publisher. 1 roo. 1 3 mo. 1 6 mo. j I year. One Square TwoSouarea.......... Three Square Quarter of a Column.. Half aColumn One Column S0 400 wo 10 00 15-00 23.00 13.00 7.00 10i 13.00 ZSlOO 17X0 10.00 vtm 23.00 40.00 73X fiooo 17.00 23.00 40.00 73.00 130 00 40 00 For any other length of time, in accordance with the above rates, which apply only to regular advertising. Business cards ol S lines or low, - a year. For Legal and transient advertwmenta, l per square lor the first! Insertion, and SO cents per qnare for each aub- PcSain-oUcea"wiUlchars.-dS0 per cent extra: and editorial advcrtisrnients and ironal communications, donble price. . ... Eight lines of solid Nonpareil make one equarr. All fractions of half a squsre and over, are counted aa a full Advertisements requiring to I- rfrtifled t, will be charged t...

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 February 1873

S Wto gnn 0! fte Ehrog- TBK W,UV H.M3F 1MO. r widow Malone had a beautiful pig : oane bed its equal, fmm Cork to KUlarney ; .J PadJv M cCabe had bis eye n tie same : A rogiusb ttP faU of " bUrney. r nOs beautiful pig fairly lisnntedhUdrwms. And be rs-oni (hat, unlet ns was sadly mistaken. nlld least cdrhUrihe on St. Patricks Pay, And even Uie widow should " tan his bucoa-' One morning the widow w cutout to the pea. Fail in bud. with the first streak of dawn. When, let it was vacantia piggy was there; Tbe eweet little creature waa gone 'v ., Stralghtwar t the print for assistance sh,'went, WIm asked hex Uteeaaee of her grief. "Ocb ! jr rlverenee." says she. - 'Us me pig that la gone ! And I think Pat HeCabe ia the thief." gonn after. Pat anr to the print t "confess " And loldnfliia theft from the widow Melons. -Take It back." says the priest, withont an delay P "Sure, I've ate it, yonr nveraaeej aa ye Tat, wit h a groan. uai. A.iMnf1iantUI at the grat Indammt dav. v When too meet the...

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. — 27 February 1873

""$" p ) i SOI. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. J- THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. - TERMS-S2.00 PER AXXUX, IX ADVAXCE. VOLUME XVI.-NUMBER 36. TROT, KANSAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 187a , WHOLE NUMBER, 816. Iff IleeMf vElliit JB1 l l rSrLV IttlUWf fS. It J I- t "L s r Choice Itocfm WVWAAMAH tlfi B.l.lM) OF K-'VIASOEE. We need htrdlr rrtulnd oar rn.rr of the ctimm erect ed by Kl& Kdwwd L. wbrirver fal wife corpae ttoppc!. on iU way to Interment at Wrtiuutr. Oh. fircr than Tenntllioa Shrd am wetem Uea. VTam the Llath of that -meet Castillan Girl with tb dirp brown eye, JU brr happy but prrw firmer, Io the strange, bright daya of yore, VTbra abe heard Toon Edward niinnnr, -I lore thee, Ekanore! 8wretr than mvical aimer Of the wind 'mid cedar and line, Z loTe to a timoitma ualde&'a Heart, in the fresh Spring-time; Sweeter than ware that mutter .And break on a alnaocw aberr, Are the eoofa her faaciea otter To farewB-eyed Eleanor. Titer twain went fnrtii together. Away o'er the Midla...

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. — 27 February 1873

$ht gtonn. Chief. sor- iuzxjex, realtor. " TEOT, KANSAS: Thnrsday, ; : : : Febrnary 27, 1873. The FraakiHS Privilege. The frauking priviIrge,aflor an agitation of alwnt a qnartcr of a centnrr, lian finally ueen aiailiriieii, to taVe effect the finit of July. This riiilcL'e iraa originally crantesl to Congressmen anil other official for a good pnrjiose to enable them to oornwpond with andfurnish docmneaU to their constitnrnta; tint alimie haTe been grad ually creeping iu, until it fca grown to a monster imposition. The story of Congressmen franking their dirty shirts home to be washed, was regarded aaa joke of the day; but worse things have been done. While at Washington, we went into a book-store with a friend who wished to purchase a book. The shop-keeper urged him to pnrchase several other books which he admired, but he said that he had far to travel, and no convenient way to ...utt them. The book-seller replied that he need rot mind that he wonld frank them home for him. In conve...

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. — 27 February 1873

ttrotta-pa-fag '? , L11 i gml pattens. Tlae Kansas CM. 8OI MIIX.ER, PublUUer. mwwK Two Pollae a Tub, w Advaxce. PymentrfHmM be i ,.i-.i.-l ..rl-... ..thorviaj. lh Tfctf OI 13 Mr Xtmr ,T,.XLtth.dU1CTUmiftI.PnbU.her." ' Ad-gortl wrl ti g Ztoteaii 1 mo. 1 3 mo. I Gbo. 1 1 rear. One Square. .. ............ Two Squares.... .......... Three Squares........ Quarter of a Column...... Half m Column.... ... One Column... ........ 3.00 7.00 10.00 .3.00 23.00 40 00 troo 10.00 17.00 23.00 40.00 110.00 n.oo 53.00 40.00 73.00 130.00 400 T.00 10 00 13.00 23.00 For any other Irnith of time. In airdance with the above rales, wmen spiny rii.r . --.-.......... tt........ Mnt. .. . linM nr Imul f a Tear For Legal and transient advcrtisement-a, II per square tor the first insertion, and M cents l-r square for each aub- sequent Insertion. , . , Special KoUcr. will be charged M pcreenL extra; and editorial adverti-ram-nts and i-ens-usl oanmnnicatloDa, double price. . . ., Eight linea of aolid Xonparril mak...

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. — 27 February 1873

' mt pm of the Iriug. JEMIMA JXU.SUX. A cost of wind Me'r ebaip end " ; Sbe was alone, without m frlUh -I saw her tack and reer abont. And struggle with an umbrella. Jt eddied "round those knobby charms, (I saw her feet, I'm (inly banian); I rnMiea ana cauEBV urr m auy am- IJcllcioua waif 1 that breeay woman. " Oh ! thank ma, air, for thia relirf ; I thought f waa about to blow dp." Said I. "That umbrella reef. Or Miss, or Madam, all wul go up She did it. as I saw the name, -Jemima Jackson," on the lining: Dtfte, ei-bteen thirty, which the aamo a'wald male her forty, and decllnins. I read her ase a in a book : Tho faded blue spoke of tbe bj gene. The handle with ita curious crook. And lao the dog's bead with aa eye gone. Jemima's face waa in a Tell, Although her ways were frank and open ; Aa home 1 aaw bcr through the gale, She chattered and u louaelj spoken. Said I. what are yon tnufiisg fori" Said she, " There's something burning, stranger. And then I thought of T dear I dropped w...

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. — 6 March 1873

dasJ Iu2i V. . i. SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. TBMS$2.00 PEE ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. VOLUME XVL-NUMBER 37.1 TROY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MAKCH 6, 1873, WHOLE NUMBER. 817, yaaSBBBBBaaBBHtf. mdUb Iff l)irf 9 I ii' (&Mtt 0Cttn. THE. TRIUMPHS OF OCsV- IAXCCACe. BT JAKES CILBOBXK LLTOXS. Now ntber all our Saxon bards: Letkarpa and heart be alruos, To celebrate the triampha of Our own clad Saxon toncoe ; For atrooeer far tbaa fanaU that March With haUle-flara rafuri'U. It goes with Fkudom, Tbocgbt, aad Tvlth, To rouaa and rule the world. Stoat Albion learaa iU boaaebaU lays, On erery aurf-worn shore, And SeoUand bran It echoing tar, Aa Orkney's breakers roar; Tnm Jnra'a craca and Mona'a bills, It floata on erery gale. And wanna with eloquence and aoif Tha hoaaca of Inplifill. . On manr ft wide and rwanaisg stack. It scales the roach ware's create Seeking ita peerless hrritaee. The fresh aad fruitful Wert: It climba New England's forest steeps, AaTictormonnU...

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 March 1873

5lic Kansas $hiek SiOI. MHJ-ER, -. Editor. TEOY, KANSAS: Thursday : March 6; 1873. Tbe Farmer Qaestio--.. Tlic farmers seem to be iu earnest. All OTer the country there) is a general movement; they are fiinninK Clubs, Associations, and Granges, the object of all being their own protection. Tliev complain that tbe merchant fixes tbe price on Iiiis own goods, ami also tbe price on tbe fann er produce, and that tbe price of tbe latter is rut Jownto a ruinously low fignre, in order that tbe middle men may make "heir profits. They bold that, by proper organization and effort, they can obtaiH rates of freight that will justify them in shipping tbsir prod nee to'thehead markets di rsct, thns aariag to themarivn the profits that are now pocketed by the middle men ; and that they can obtain their goods t.t wholesale prices, instead of paying a heavy profit to merchants, or compel tbe merchant to sell them tbe goods at a reasonable, profit. While it is a fact that tho-mercbantnow makes the pr...

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 March 1873

Y ' l ! r i i iv Jorat pttMJ. Tlae Kansas Chia)fc SOL. MILBR ldtillle. Two Iknun A Tub, is Auvascx. raymentebonl 1 b JSl strictly in dancc; otherwise, the rate, of 3 , year wiU le eta sU, at th discretion of the Publisher. A.a.t7-or-HilTig Rftteai " ii mo. 1 3 mo. 1 6 mo. II year. One Square TwoSiiuares ................ Thru Sniiimi .... t&DO 7.00 10.00 1S.00 zuw tio.oo 17.00 25.00 4000 73.00 150 00 400 700 inn 10.00 17.00 sun 40.00 TiOO Quarter of a Column..... lialf a Column........... '.'. 15.00 II aoo i 40.00 Oue Column.. n sue other leneth of time. In aeerirdanc with the above rate, which apply only to rrjnlar advrrtlstar, Tiusinrss cards ol 5 lines or less. a year. For Lecal and transient advcrticnient, II per annara lor the Unt Insertion, n.l 50 cent Jr square for each nb epent insertion. , , . . . special Xntire will 1 charged 50 percent extra: atri editorial advertisement and personal eununnnlcations, double price. . ... Eight line of aolid Xonparcil nuke one annare. Al...

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 March 1873

M htpfdt hmg. Tii.i-p of nuXix bootcek: Hfll Bouncer waa Dooncinz iaa morn be roes to wake hi dad. Xnd 'neath the footboard crouchinc sly, Bounced cot npon his opening ,y. Hta father oft. in ptida ui fan. Exclaimed, "Behold the rising 111111" For much affected by bit dad Was BUI, tba only child b had. Flam Jam, tie Bogie, keep hie y Ob only children, far mod nlfh. And oft remarke, with wicked tenth. "I (aYly hose 'em, more aor hell." BUI Bouncer's father oft had axld, Aa Bill came bounding; o'er the bed. Be hoped hie ana, wbue brare aad trot. would Dot lack pouan, warn Be crew. Kow, MH, he bad a cunoiar, bead. And treasured what klatitber said; Aad eoen upon a fence be epied. Tor he waa keen and eagle-eyed. Some letters, large and white aad red, Which, when deciphered, plainly said, 80 job might read it quick and ran, "Strr polish," called the - Rising 809." Blll'a plan la laid. He aeeka the store. He bare a doaen cakee or more. And, hieing home with nimble feet, Coaeeala them la a ...

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