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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 16 May 1878

rg - .- Stale Historical Sociftv- HSBM -:tv2 j. .u. .,;, - -HW U r r&. SOL. JOLLEB, EDITOR AND PBBLiISeB.? 'MWT 'T I- - im;,. '? - L . j g ,- THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. TERMS-12.00 PER ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. ' ' r ?t " M VOLUME XXI.-NTJMBER 48.1 f$Mm s: SOW JAMIE CAKE HOME. ST WILL. X. CASUTOS. Come, mother. set tbo kettle on. And pot tbe ham end (ai to fix t SomethingtoeaC And make It neat, T pleaee onr Jamie'a month and eye j For Jamie la our only eon, yon know -Tbe rcat bare perished Ion: ago ! ' He'a coming from the wars to-night AndhiblusyewnTaparsllfgk '-C Aad hla old amlle will play right free Ilia old, loTed home again to aco. I aay, fort ! 'twas cur'na thing. That Jamie was not maimed or killed 1 i rive were we yeara. ius nepes ana let k hopes ui fears, 0tt V" T. , lonry, hopeless tUIan'ffifed: J r sjiig ht, tbe pan lire years i -within out- cottage here.-' And-asury a nit we ra lain -within emr cottar hen.-' And while the rain-storm came and went. no tuougo 01 mantle,...

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 May 1878

i t Lm$m tfhtef. SOIa. aiTTXER, Eaitor. TROY, KANSAS: Thursday, :?::: Hay 16, 1878. OHt of His Oim month. Wliea a man can bo proven a liar from bis own recorJ, every week in the jresr.'lt In as good evitk-iice an anybody need. This is tbe ease with Ilio organ of tbe ltomlholdera, that is trying to break tlonii tbe efforts of the Connty Com missioners, with slander and insinnations, in their fight in bnlialf of the tax-payers of the County, ami 'is trying to distract the minds of tbe people, anil frighten llicin from backing tbe Commissioners in their work. Last week's -KnZfcfiaf asserts tiiet the pcoplu, maie flmdvp ment fur coiiiprnniiiiiig the bonds, and thatjiot nworj was i-aid about paying lawjers to fight the bonds; then it clinches it by an insinuation, un doubt snggrsted by some attorney for tho bondholders, that the editor of the Ckief was given railroad stock to buy bis iullaence in fa vor of the bonds. No it, we assert that the meeting held a year ago, nnder whose directio...

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 May 1878

f y :-. V J -s- p a t Jorat glattxw. s THE KANSAS CHIEF. SOlAJmiaER, VnblUher. Tormai TnoDOLUM a Yeas, k AnvAXClE. Paytaent should e made strictly In advance - otherwise, the rate of $3 per year will be charged, at.the discretion of the Publisher. The extaa dollar will in no cue be exacted, except when Unreasonable delavlamsil In mmwiiL nr DBnemurr trouble ia siren. It la always best to hare a clear under-. s.suuing wnn me i-abiiancr,wnen time la aesirea. . Advortla5Rtc,t' lmo. 3 mo. Cno lysar. One Square 2-W 5.00 17.00 10.00 Two Squares 4.00 7.00 10.00 17.80 TbreeSauare "7.00 10.00 17.00 ' QuarterofaColumn 10.00 13.00 23.0 - .eo Haifa Column 13.00 25.00 40.00 7S.0O OneOolnmn -.. - 25X0 QM 173.00 KOM Tor anv'otber length of time. In accordance with the4 aboxe rates, -which apply only to regular advertising. Boaineaa cards of 3llnesorleM.I3ayear , ? 1 For legal and transient adverUscmenta, If per 'square lor the first insertion, and 30 cents per square for each sobseqnent inaertlon. ...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 16 May 1878

S5?5is3- ? CT-iffT'' . w:w;i?'j; t the Jame. Yritd'4ri4tir dees ana Broads Into Frame Hives. Editor of1 the Times : I promised iu a form er article on bivea, to give io due time my plan of transferrins bees from tbe old box or log biven into tbe frame hive. Tbe first tbing to do after getting tbe new bives is to get some cotton rags and make a roll of ao inch and t balf in diame ter, and roll or wrap some paper around the same. This being done, get your table or a box tall xnongli to answer tbe purpose; set in a room, or Kmoke-bonse will do; also have some thorns of the red haw bntb, a'jd a number tbiiteen brad awl, with wbicb to make boles for the thorns through the frames, to which tbo combs mar be fastened. Take a common butcher knife, and have a pail of water near by. All things being in .readiness, jou will net lire to one end of your roll of ram. with which run will sten boldly on toyonrbiveof been, and pnffa full bb-ireof smoke into tbe bottom of the hire, wbicb will cause tb...

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 May 1878

J "I' t - - .-. f 5ltelntritt1islwletr SOL. MILLEE, EDITOR AiNI) PUBLI8HEB. the constitution aud the tjnion. TERMS-$2.00 PER ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. '- - XK OK i l VOLUME XXL-NUMBER 49. Shmtt Ktoiim WHICH HTTAT.T, IT BSP I A Tick man. -who bad so children, proposed to LU pnor neighbor, who had seven, to take one of them, and prom isenVif they w enld re risen t, to Eire them property enongh to make themselves and their six children comfortable for life.) Which hall it be I .-Which aball it be J I looked at John John looked at me. And when I found that I niut apeak, My Toice aeemed strangely low and weak. "Tell me again what Hubert said ;" And then I listening bent my head. -This Is hi letter: "I will give A bonae and land where you shall lire, If, in return, from ontyonr seven. One child to me for aye is siren." I looked at John's old garments worn ; I thought of all that he had borne. Of poverty, and work, nod care, Which I. though willing, could not share ; I thought of seven young mout...

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 May 1878

?S" , .-jewa.;-; ' - fm T .'- Jk &h Imrefls (giibf. SOL. MXILJUEIR, Editor. Anrtaw TROY, KANSAS: Thursday, May 23, 1858. Bearing Fniit. President Hayes' Httlo egg lias batched, and the chicken has already come borne in search of a roost. HU very first act, upon reading the Presidency, after snch a fearfully close contest, was to cast discredit npou his own title, by withdrawing the support that the law required him to give to officers who were elected by the same vote that elect! Mm, and whose title was as strong. Having crushed out the Republican party in the Smith, he took the most effective means to keep it crashed, by appointing the worst class of rebels to United States Marslial fihips. Having selected a Cabinet who could be depended upon to do the party all the damage in its Hiner, bis next step was to strangle the party in the North, by prohibiting office-holders holding appointments from him, from doing any thing in aid of the party, and visiting his dis pleasure upon 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 May 1878

toca! gfotte. THE KANSAS CHIEF. SOL,. MILLBR, Fnbllnher. Terms: nt should .-.. x .m: m, .. - z.-''-. .".."" . r. " c UUMCLlUUHl U1B tUUUHWT. innraaoiimriIl innocue be exacted, except when unreasonable delay ia made in payment, or nnneceaaary t rouble la siren. It la alwaya beat to bTe clear under standing with the Publlaber.when time la desired. TWO DOIXAM A XAIt, IX ADVASC. PaTMfDt . 51. iT.LHcl.'r ln 4 i otherwiae; the rate pf vearwlll be charged, at the discretion nf the Pnb .cl.i7-er-tri art n g OneSeiuare , Two Squares , Three Square.. , Qnarterofa Colnmn.... Haifa Column... One Colnmn 1 mo. 3 mo. ff mo tSJO 15.00 17.00 4.00 100 10.00 7.00 10.00 17.00 10 00 15.00 25.01 15.00 25.00 40.00 as oo 40 oa 73.00 lrtir. 10.00 "17010 S3A0 40.00 73.00 1501 For any other length of time, in accordance with the above rate, which apply only to regular advertising. Bnalneu card of 5 lines or less. 15 a year. For legal and tranalent advertisement, tl per aqnare tor the firat inaertion, and SO c...

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 May 1878

Zf- '-i-'0 $ix tlxt gmmtx. tjnnsnm tor Corn. Com Is the mat product of Kansaa. There is more capital invested, more labor employed and. piore jironis realized id tuecoro crop tban id any other oue Industry of the State; and yet the capabilities of onr soil and climate for the growth of this cereal are as yet bat very inadequately developed. Kine-tenths of the area devoted to com iu onr own State might just as well, with careful cultnrr, be made to yield sixty bushels to the acre as forty. By increasing the average product to the acre only twenty bushels, wonld the current year add tq the wealth of the State tome ten million dollars. If we sbonld pat the question to every individual farmer in Kansas whether he conld not, by thorough and clean cnltnre, raise sixty bushels to the acre, bis an swer would probably ue, -lea, u we naa a good season fur corn." lint, after giving this af firmative answer, he would say, "My individual share of the ten millions of dollars would be so very smal...

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. — 30 May 1878

Slate Historical Society; gg!gHgB!S1ySaSaaSaSaaSSSBa - TJ -.J-.. & ' - . J - . , "MM' aaSBaSS; SOL. MILLEB, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. VOLUME XXL-NUMBER 50.1 (&Wm mU. THE VOICE OP THE SILENCE. BT WILLIAM WIXTE1 I A poem for the patriot soldiers of the Arrav of the irt?UC'r " 1:ennIon-st riillndelphU, June . Bricht od the sparkling award, this Jay, The youthful Summer gleams ; ) The rosea in the wrath wind play. The alnmbering woodland dreama. In eoldca light, 'neath clonda of fleece, 'Mid bird -son E wild and free. The blae Potomac fiowa In peace Down to the peaceful sea. No echo from the atorxn y paat Alarms the placid Tale, Nor cannon roar, nor trnmpet blaat, Nor shattered soldier wall. There's nothing left to mart the atrlfe. The triumph or the pain, "Where Nature to her general life Takes back oar liven again. Yet in your vision evermore. Beneath affrighted ikies, "With crash of sound, wit b reek of -ore. The martial pageant rise. Audadoua pageants rend the air. Dark steeds o...

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 May 1878

5& ftousas (fiiWef, SOL. aHIULER, Editor- sssWorw. TEOY, KANSAS: Thursday, : : : : : May 30, 1878. Iet Kansas Republicans Adopt a Kansas Platform. The Republicans of Kansas iboald send men to the next Stat Contention, who will insist upon a Kansas platform, and place men who en tertain Kansas sentiments upon it, as candidate. The fact cannot be wiped out, that Eastern idieas and Western ideas on several leading questions are widely different, among Republi cans as well as Democrats. On the finances, nine-tenths of the Republicans bold tbn views that have been sustained hi Congress by our united delegation. They believe in sustaining tbo silver enactmeut, or, if any change is to be made, to have the change more liberal as to its coinage. They believe th'at the Government should issue all the paper as 'well as metallic cur rency, instead uf delegating that duty to Bank ers, at a cost to the people; and they believe that the Resumption act should be repealed, aud the destruction 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. — 30 May 1878

ml patte. THE KANSAS CHIEF. SOt. MILLER, X"abUabe"r. Torms: Two Dollies a Teak, Adva-sce. Payment should " made itrictly In advance ; otherwise, the rale of 83 per J car will be charged, at the discretion c.r the Publisher rhe extia dollar will In no case be exacted, except when 11 ureasonable delay I made In payment, or unnecessary t rouble Is siren. It U always beat to hare a clear under, s t anding with the PnblUher, when time la dealred. 1 mo. 3 mo. 6 mo 1 rear. OneSqnare ti50 J3.00 17.00 1 10.00 TwoSnuarea 4.00 1JS0 10.00 1T.00 Three Sqnarea 7.00 10X0 17.00 aioo Quarterof a Column 10.00 13.00 83.041 40 00 HairaColnmn 13.00 23.00 40.00 7s!oo One Column 85.00 40.00 73.00 130.00 For anr other length of time In iMnltnH wi.i. above rates, which apply only to regular advertising. Kuainess cards of 5 lines or leas, S ayear. l'or legal and transient advertisements, 1 1 per aqnare Inr the first insertion, and SO cents ixt square for each subsequent insertion. Special Xotices will be cha...

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 May 1878

- - ' - m I-S1 rm VMlaud 0nrimi& Canning Strawberries. Laura E. Swottin;;, of Ypsilauti, Midi, sends her method of canniug strawberries to the Fruit Seeorder. which is as follow: I would say to thosu IioascVeepen wlio com plain that their canned strawberries will not keep, that, I have never lost a single can, since trying a, way of my own ; besides, they are pro nounced by those who see and taste them the handsomest and best they ever saw or tasted. This is my way : Pick the fruit at night ; to each quart pnt oue teacupful of white sojar mix, let stand in a coool place over night. I" the morn ing drain all the jaice oot into a porcelain ket tle, beat qnite hot, then strain through thin muslin ; pnt on again and let come to boil. Add the berries. When they have boiled ten min utes, skim into cans fhll ! yon like; add the boiling juice till fall; take a silver tablespoon, rnn down inside the can' several times, letting the air escape. Da not le afraid to do this for two or three ...

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 June 1878

:lKSSSSKSfiP----'9a-9enEaaC r r-t .'OS V-M ,2 -. . .. yf -' -. - t 4 gOL. MILLEB, EDITOR AUD PTOLISHBIL $ fP SB &: HI VOLUME XXI.-NUMBER 51.1 Choice f Mty. (EepvUUlrd ly EcquttL) WAITING WITHHE WOULD. BT JIM. MaTILPA C. FHWAC1M. The Churrh and tbe "World WstlUd far apart. On tbe changing shore or time ; Tbe World vii ntngiDg a giddy ftong. And the Cbarcb m, hjxno JwUlme "Come i fire meyonr hxnd, crird tbe merry World. "And walk with roe thi way." Bat the good Charch bid ber snowy baud. And ftolemnljr answered : MXa,r, I will not jrfre jo xny hand at a'lL And I will not walk with you ; Your way ts Ibe wst to endltns death, j Your words are all untrue "Xay. walk with inebutaLltlespaet." Xilhfi World, with a kindly Mr ; ' t.-SrtliBwalk Is a pleasant road, J And the sun shines si way there. J Your tsth is thorny, and rough and rude, A lid mine Is bmau and plain j My road is pared with flowers and dews. And yoars with tears and pain ; The aky above ine Is always blue : 2o want, so 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. — 6 June 1878

iie mw (Chief. SOL. MIIXEQ, . Editor. TEOY, KANSAS: Thursday, ? : : : Jane G, 1878. The Demecrtic Iavestiffati. Cen. Grant is a far-seeing mail. He says if Ijeperer the Democratic party almost bare the povrer of the Government within their grasp, they commit some Unndcr that rnins their pros pects. Such will inevitably bathe result of their Presidential Investigation business. Republi cans always believed that Hayes was fairly elec ted; and the Democrat of Congress, by their own act, confirmed and acknowledged the valid ity of his title. Hayes subsequent treachery to the Republican party 1k-s not alter the facts. However mnt-u Republicans may despise his conduct, uouo of them believe that he was not fairly elected. But it i bis misfortnue, that ho cast doubt upon his owu title. Tho same vote that elected him, elected Chamberlain and Pack ard in South Carolina and Louisiana. If he was President, those two men were Governors ; and be was bound by his oath to protect them in their offi...

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 June 1878

, Jrat glutfw, SPECIAL NOTICES. EXTRA SPECIAL, NOTICE. J-Mtimony of Say. P. B. Wflaj, Oert, Xr, 3xxU.tl'a. Toafo Syrup, J Bntini anfrt Brair4r far Cailla aa ever, trFtm aad Ague. Covisgtox, Kr., May SI. There lias Dot been fur mur mti In M mnntvr such a general complaint about rlulla and fever. This depressing disease is now prevailing in many portions of Kentnekr and elsewhere, vbrrn rt n. pie have long flattered themselves that they were en tirely exempt from its infiuenre. To those who are thus afflicted, we wish to recommend Smith's Tonic Syrup, believing it to be the very best remedy ex tant. Every one we have heard of using it, pronounc es upon it in the very highest terms. We have late ly used it in our family with marled snot-ens. The ingredients are simple, and tho Tonic can be used freely without any detriment to the constitution what ever. If the directions, which always accompany ev ery bottle, are carefully followed, it will in nine ca ses out of ten result in a permane...

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 June 1878

t'l ( SU it ike gmm. Summer Care or lias. The principal diet or bog in summer aunnld be grass, rich slop, fruit and vegetable, and I, aunie com ; tuese, witu me norma auu insecia I obtained on range, are amply sufficient to sustain a sieaay jrrowth until tne coal antnmu lteatiirr sets in, wben a diet of oamI com with some Iip sbonld be coutinaed nntil tbey aro fas emujh for killing or for market- This process of taking bogs through the mmwr applies equally to bogs that bare beeu. wintered, or to spring pigs, ex cept tbat pigs should be fed stronger on account of their more rapid growth. Summer is the time to make pork ; making it in winter is much like running a boat against a wind and tide; it requires tix ranch food to keep up tbesnpplyorauinialbe.it. If bo have plen ty of grassiirsnuiuier. and alont half the grain tbey will oa"tkey will fallen rapidly, and about three ponrA fork can bo made from less grain in this ira'y ilian ou pound can be mode iu cold weather with a bog in a c...

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 June 1878

2QijSp5? '-FrFSBs& . - fV 'a i . r Jt" " W-y - '? IInw ' . .. .Jr SU -if Ik aai. . - " - - ".?" ,V '-" ljirf MKiii M SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND. PUBLISHER. - VOLUME XXL-NUMBER 52.1 &Mct THB "WATCHES OF THE GEYSER. (The Omen, or boiling volcanic nation of Iceland, h ave been fen-entorhe the wonder of mankind. Here Usdass Ifcrfdfler.tb. celebrated traveller, spent a day aad right. In watching, alone, too appearance of this arrange phenomenon of Baton. u Alone, beneath a Folar sky. "Mid regions drear and rait. The Watcher alu irlth sleepless era. Ii or heeds too storm or blast. Companion of tha pore bright Ur That marlu tha changeless Pole, She aeea in hesrena aereno and far. Tho atara their circles rolL Shs vet not m tho silver glow On Jonlan tremblingly, It or bara tha Una waves chimin: low On GaHlee'a bright aea, Jfjr naarka tha moonlight, aa It weaves- -- TJpoa tha earth betaw Strange tracery, when acacia team An swaying to and fro. There aleepa no tunny Summer acene Beneath 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. — 13 June 1878

V Vl J -,,-Jg t 'jsysv i -I-II-1 1. ' y '" '" ri i t i r ay .rT-j- ; it . .n-trrh --$. t ... - v -j - -CS?f ii" - , . .-.JT H r- .- . '5- . n u Me &wmixx Ollticf. SOL. arilVlVEIt, Editor. TBOY. KANSAS: Thursday, : : : : : Juae 13, 1878. THE "OHIKF OP AGE! CelcDratien of Its Twenty-Hilt Aniuvemry, with History and KwBiTiitrfTirft. Sketeke of lie History of the Newspapers of DoaJpluii Cobbij, and of the Persons Connected with Them. This is a memorable anniversary ia the histo ry of the Ckirf. -This iune completes the 21 nt year of its publication, and the Chief it now of ago the first and only paper that has arrived at that dignity in Kansas. What changes has it seen, and what history it has recorded ! It has wen Kansas emerge from Pro-Slavery and Bor der BnESan rale, to beco me an overwhelmingly Kepabliean State. It ha seen her rise from a Territory of a few thousand scattered population, to a great State of almost a million inhabitants ; from a few settlements along the eastern ...

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 June 1878

'X- i.ffrf .,.- .,. w -- -.-, --,-- fnt gtottajs. SPECIAL NOTICES. EXTRA 8PBCIAL. rTOTICK. Testimony cf Bv. P. B. "WIT, Covington, Xj. Sxtaltlx'as Tonlo Sjrrup, The Bt Maicst Remedy for Calll aaa ?ver, or Fever Uk. Covisctos, Kv., May 31. There lias not been for many ears, in this country, such, a general complaint about chills and fever. ThU depressing disease is now prevailing in many portions of Kentucky and elsewhere, where the peo ple hare long nattered themselves that they were en tirely exempt from its influence. To those who are thus afflicted, we wish to recommend SmilX'g Tonic apvp, believing it to he the very licst remedy ex tant. Every one we have heard of using it, pronoune rs upon it in the very highest terms. We have late ly used it in our family with marled success. The ingredients are simple, and the Tonic can he used freely without any detriment to the constitution what ever. If the directions, which always accompany ev ery bottle, are carefully followed, It will i...

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 June 1878

II II HI"! ' --io !-. v,,Jsj?"z i, - v ' n ' t , i jS--v-.?Ksje y- - lit - Y& m I .ftt tUe .gamer. sFarssief SbBaid net sr IM BebL. Tfow what are tbe landers df itanaaa etpeeial ly going to do aboafit f Are tliey gaiag UTtxai. till harvest, aud ttieat a heavy expense, cat, stuck, thresh, and hant off at tbe first 'price of fered? Many will be compelled to, whether they get eveu tbe coat of rmulDg orjiot, without even expecting one cent above real cost, no ma t ter if hundreds did lose their whole crop last year. If a merchant invests his capital in goods; be seta bis own price on his wares and a profit is expected every time, and in hundreds of bis goods tbe farmer can bay or let tbem alone ; tbey ret not absolutely essential to sustain life. TbcBsanda of dollars' worth of goods of various kinds an bought through the influence of fash ion that only satisfy fur tbe time the pride of life. How is it with the farmers' goods I All classes must be clothed and fed, and tbe farmer unde...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
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