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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 7 November 1878

S!n 51 ie tBeeklv AACLACL SOL. MILLEB, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. TERMS-S2.00 PER AXXUX, IN ADVANCE. VOLUME XXn.-NTJMBER 21. TROY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1878. . WHOLE NUMBER, 1,113. Choice 0rttg. THE ST3ICKEH SOUTH TO THE HOBTH. (Dedicated to Dr. Oliver "Wendell Holmes.) BT rALL II. HATXZ. (We are thinking a great deal about the poor fever strick. en cltiea of tbe South, and all contributing according to oar meant fur their relief. Every moraine, a the paper cornea, the first question la, " What ia the laat aceonnt from Mem. phla, Grenada, and 2Cew Orleanil" Extract from a pri vate Utter of Dr. HtHnut. When rntbfal Time the South'a memorial placet lier beroet' graves had wreathed in grate and flowers; When Peace ethereal, crowned by all ber graces. Returned to make more bright the Summer hours ; When doubtful bearta revived, and hope grewstronger When old, tore cankering wounds, that, pierced and atone. Throbbed with their tint, mad, feveroua pain ...

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. — 7 November 1878

Sle H5HJ5 &tl SOL. MHiLEB, Editor. TKOY, KANSAS: Thursday, : : : NoTemfcer 7, 1878. he Besalt Ih This CoHHty. The Bepnblicatis of Doniphan hare cause for rejoicing. They have stood oat against the Greenback mania, which has demoralized and crippled the Democratic party, and havo polled for the State ticket a good, old fashioned major ity, showing that the new issue has had no ef fect opon it. In addition to this, they havo elec ted their entire Legislative ticket, and their trhole County ticket, with the exception of the tail end the ofllce ofConaty Superintendent of Public Instruction. Under the eirenmstanecs, thoy hare done gloriocly. They have not only had to contend against political opponents, hnt men who have been honored by the party for years, unwilling to give others a chance, have, when failing to be re-cominted, run In opposi tion to the regular ticket, and dona their ntmost to defeat it. The friends of unsuccessful candi dates have .sought revenge by attempting to de...

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. — 7 November 1878

ska V ;oa! tetttrjs. THE KANSAS CHIEF. SOL. MILLER, Publisher. To: Two Doujm a Tka-, is Advascx. Pjment sbonld be made strictly In advance j otherwise, the rate of 3 per Tear will be charged, at tbe discretion of the Publisher. The ex ta dollar will In no ease be exacted, except when unreasonable delay la made In payment, or unnecessary trouble la given. It is always best to bare a clear under standing with the Publisher, when time is desired. Advorfi 1 t g Hca-tos: 1 ytar. One Square ... Two Squares....... .. Three Squares....... QuarUrofaCelumn. IlalfaCoInmn.. One Column... ... 110.00 17.00 25.00 40.00 73.00 110.00 For any otber length of time, in accordance with the a bore rates, which apply only to regular advertising. Business caros of i lines or leap. 5 a year. For legal and transient advertisements, II per square tor the first Insertion, and SO cents per square far each subsequent insertion. Special XotJeea will be charged SO per cent, extra ; and editorial advertisements and...

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. — 7 November 1878

g0 the gnxmtt. How to Feed Hojra to the Greatest Profit. Dr. h. W. Cliallies, of Kansas, recently bad an article in the New York JKiiiae. which he bead ed. "Hoc Boanline for Ono Cent a Day." We reproduce the article, to ebow how he wonld keep a hog at (but remarkably cheap rate, lie "y : ..... 'The hog is to some extent a craiing animal, and a free rnn in fields of red clover, sneb as is common in the East, will snpply many or his -wants. Tbe great hog prodocing districts aro cot generally favored with tbis, and reliance is of necessity on prairie grass and corn. Tbe present price of corn is better than that of pork, and the man who attempts to make hogs from pigs by lurowiug corn in me rar iruu uis rnm, will soon need a guardian. It is a snre road to poverty. Indeed, corn ana water in tue crrtue state will not make bogs ont of pigs bnt rants. Com is inflammatory, and in crude form, pro duces very little growth, each ponnd of increase produced by it costing three times its value. Be...

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. — 14 November 1878

lleeMf miiffiiifit SOL. 3IIL1ER, EDITOR AXD PUBLISHER. VOLUME XXII.-NTJMBER 22. THE CONSTITUTION AND THE "UNION. i TERMS $2.00 PER ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. WHOLE NUMBER, 1.114. TROT, KANSAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1878. Mtt flrttjj. BRONZE JOHN AND HIS SAPFBON STEED. BT XACY WALSLXGHAJLT. Cmrae riding forth on a charger bold. From the land of the citron bloom, A ntalwart knight, with a lance of gold. And & dancing yellow plume. Hi shield wan of bronze, and bin helmet high ; Of flame was his breath. .and of Are hU ere; And swift was the flight of the charger by, Of this knight with the yellow plnme. Away and away orer field and wold Over city and mountain high! And sharp was the flash of t hat lance no bold. And the glance of that fiery eye. Here waa a body, and there was a birr; He elew one here, and be felled one there; "Away to the feast of death elsewhere! Sang the knight, as he clattered by. Then down to the Carib Sea he rides, - jVnd orcr the Onlf with speed. And np where the dea...

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. — 14 November 1878

ke mmx t&hiti. SOL. amXFJt, Editor. TROY, KANSAS: Thursday, : : : Xorember 14, 1878. "A Bad Ticket. We now bear it said tbst the Republicans of this County had a bad tick et, and ooe hard to drag through. This might sound better, if it were not the cry every year. It seems that the Republicans always hare a poor ticket. Such has been the complaiut, for the past seven or eight years. Three years ago, the Republicans bad as a good a ticket as was ever nominated iu the County, and yet it was abused worse than has ever been known. The candidates were charged rith everything mean, from hog stealing on np. Two years ago, the same cry arose. A j ear ago, there was a good 'ticket, bnt some of the candidates bad to take an extra amonnt of Hbnsc. Therefore, when the tune nas set up this Fall, it was set down to the old score. Ibc fact is, a few men in the party are determined, when they or their friends cannot have a fat take, that they will do their utmost to defeat the ticket; and, with...

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. — 14 November 1878

ml totta. SPECIAL XOTICES. EXTRA SPECIAL NOTICE. Testimony of Bar. F. B. Wiles, Covington, Xj. Smitlx's Tonlo Syrup, The Bnt nnd Safest Rtnnlr far Chills Fever, ar Fever aad Aie. CovntoTox, Kr, Mj SI. There has not been for many years, in this country, such a general complaint about chill and feTer. This depressing disease is now prevailing in many portions of Kentucky and elsewhere, where the peo ple have long flattered themselves that they were en tirely exempt from its influence. To those who are thus afflicted, we wish to recommend Smith't Tonic Syrup, believing it to be the very best remedy ex tant. Every one we have heard of using it, pronounc es npon it in the very highest terms. We have late ly used it in our family with marked success. The ingredients are simple, and the Tunic 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 p...

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. — 14 November 1878

aggqMP nwacpep a i wy; - gat tlxt gmwtx. JlJinKET AXD FLOWER CABDE5S, Tlie notes on Fall work liavo been so fall for tlic past tno months, Ibat wo refer to those for the main items, adding n feir not Riven there. AsrAKACrs. Cot anil bnrn the tops, to pre vent tho seeds from producing weeds, as thei arc euro to do if scattered or pat into the com post heaps, and give ilio bed; a generous cover ing of coarse mannre. RnTOARD. If anew bed is desired, make it at once, using a piece of old root with a bad at tached. Flnco them 4r4 feet, giving each an abundance of old mannre well spaded in. Where there is an abnndaucc, take up some roots for forcing, potting them in a box of earth, into a a cool cellar. In February, set the roots nnder tho bench of a greenhouse, or put some in a bar rel, with earth to eiver a ell, and set thii in a warm place in the cwllar; keep covered, and soon long and tender otaIks will appear. Spinach is safer if covered slightly, patting more straw or marsh bay aroa...

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. — 21 November 1878

,-rgi,''Sg2,iglglg,iJ'';;"" .jk .r .-(fcafc5 .. , ... - 'SHSSHMHsS SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. i TEBMS-$2.00 PER ANNUM, IN ADVANCE." h VOLUME XXH.-NUMBER 23., ffboire Itottm "OHI.T A HIOQEB PBSACHEB." Yet He Didn't Oo Back on Bis Duty. ST SIX. W. SXALL, (0U SI). (Theltev. Ben. Black, a colored Methodist minister, it Holly Springs, proved himself a hero, during the prevalence of the scourge. Ho visited white and (lack, and ministered comfort wherever ha went : and at on tine waa the only minister present In the village, to can aole the sick, and aaalat in the burial of the dead.) Ben. Black ! "Well. I reckon I know him The Holly Springe preacher, yoa mean f Yaa, he'a black aa old Tfatar could grow him, 'alougst all the black nlggera you're aeen. He wuz born on the old plantaehun. An' registered tfaar aa a alive ; Bnt the Lord, in Hla wiae allcreaehan. Put la him a heart thet ia brave. He wns out thar flghtln' all evil. An' try in' ter save hla 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. — 21 November 1878

i She Itaas (lml SOL. MILLCR. Eaitor. TEOT, KANSAS: Thursday, : : : NoTember 21, 1878. Hon. Sidxey CunKE.-Sidney Clarke lias been elected a member of tbe Legislature from Douglas Connty, as an independent Republican, and is prominently named in connection with tbe Speakership. An abler roan and a better parliamentarian will not occupy a seat in tbe Home. Mr. Clarke bas dono tbe State good service in tbe pant, and hai had sufficient pan. isbment for Lis misdeed. He served in Con gress in an era of great temptation, and should not be kept under tbe ban of condemnation for having sometimes yielded. We tbongbt be should have bad tbe United States Marshalship, and ire now think the gentlemen who controll ed the appointment wnnld not bare lost any thing by giving it to him. Mr. Clarke started in public life, as a member of the House, tevea teen years aco. He bas returned to the starting point, and nil! make bis way np again, provid ed, always, that he remains firm and unwaver ing in his d...

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. — 21 November 1878

fr I ft if ml totttt5. SPECIAL NOTICES. EXTRA SPECIAL. NOTICE. Testimony of Bar. P. B. "Wiles, Cevington, Xy. SxELltli's Tonlo Syrup, The Best aad flafnt Rrnuilr far Chill aa Fever, ar Fever aad Aiac. Covtsotox, Kt, May 21. There has not been for many yean, in this country, each a general complaint about chills and fever. This depressing disease is now prevailing in many portions of Kentucky and elsewhere, where the peo ple have lone flattered themselves that they ware en tirely exempt from its influence. To fhoso who are thus afflicted, we wish to recommend Smith's Tonic Syrup, believing it to be the very best remedy ex tant. Everyone we haTe heard of using it, pronounc es upon it in the Tcry highest terms. We haTe late ly used it in our family with marked success. The ingredients are simple, and the Tonic can bo used freely without any detriment to the constitution what ever. If the directions, which always accompany ev ery bottle, ore carefully followed, it will in nine ca ses ou...

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. — 21 November 1878

9t!&& tttoful ttuA tewus. Valne and Coat of Corn Bread. Webare often tkought,of late years, that mncli of tbe ill-health of farmers nml mechanics, as compared with the rigor and hearty health of their fathers and granilfathera, iras doe to the fact that the com bread of pioneer times has al most entirely vanished from their tables. The finely bolted flonnof the present day is certainly not as conducive to free digestion as the simple "corn dodgers" onr mothers nsed to make, and unquestionably it is not as economical. At a late meeting of the "American Institute Farmers Clnb," New Tork, Mr. Conrad Wilson showed samples of Tery fine corn bread, and made remarks as follows, on the cost of com The samples of corn bread herewith submitted to this clnb, by Mr. Wilson, were prepared as an lllnstratton ot tue economic tbiub ui iuis lunn of food, and to show tbe capacity of this cereal for the production of bread. When good, sonnd corn is properly prepared, and made into bread by 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. — 28 November 1878

WtiUbf tfll.rf lifiitiifdt SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. TERMS-$2.00 PER ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. VOLUME XXII.-NUMBER 24.1 TROT, KANSAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1878. WHOLE NUMBER, 1J16. mt f mtx. THE SOUTHERN SCOURGE. De Profundi. IJT FATIIEB BTA. Ah ! Days eo dark with Death's eclipse ! "Wo are we! woe are we And the Xlphta are Aces Ion; From breakiog hearts, thro' pallid lips. Oh, to j God 1 woe are we ! Trembleth the nonrnf r son; A blight Is falllDc o the f-tfr, And Hope fs dying In despair. And Terror walLeth ererywhere. All the hours arc fnll of team Oh, iaj Ood I woo are we t Grief kepa watch in brifibtMt eyt Every heart is strong with fear TVoeare we! woearo we! All the light hath left the sties. And the living, awe-strnck crowd See aboTe them only cloads. And around them only abroad. Ah ! the terrible Farewell ! Woe are they 1 woe are they ! "When last words sink Into niuan. While life's trembling Tesper bells. Oh. ray God! woe are they! King ...

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. — 28 November 1878

m wim mt SOL. 3ITLLEK, Editor, OVfrf TE07, KANSAS: Thursday, : : : November 38. 187S. iBfaiHOHs QsUrages. Tho Dcmocratio party, that is Roing to brin g Jjonextr, economy and peace ones more to the conDtry, establish jastice anil eqaal rights, and restore the right of majorities to rale, is giving a delightful foretaste of that happy time, as it goes along. The recent election in Sonth Caro lina was one cf the most infaiuons outrages erer perpetrated. Three fourths of the legal roters in the State aro Republicans; yet in some Coun ties, heretofore Republican, there was not a Re publican vote cast. In one County only did the Republicans hare a majority, and measures aro on foot to deprive the members of the Legisla ture from that County of their certificates. Connties heretofore giving very large Republi can majorities, now give Democratic majorities ranging from 1,000 to 7,000. The way these large majorities were obtained being, in some Connties, larger tbau the eutire legal Democrat...

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. — 28 November 1878

;0ttl gjtatttt. TEE KANSAS CHIEF. BOL. MILLER, Xbllaber. j e-r xaay: Two Doiuu x Tcas, a Advaxcz. Payment should w e made strictly in advance ; otherwise, the rate of S3 per year will be charged, at the discretion of the FnbUaber. The extia dollar will in no caae be exacted, except -when unreasonable delay is made inpayment, or unnecessary trouble ia given. It ia always beat to hare a clear under. landing with the ruDUaner.wnen time ia aeairea, 1 1 mo. 1 3 do. 1 6 mo II year. One Square..-.. ...... Two Suuarea. ...... .. Three Squarra........ Quarterof a Column.. Half a Column One Column.......... tSJSO 4.09 7.00 10.00 15.00 25.00 tiOO 7.00 10.00 1S.00 23.00 40.00 17.00 10.00 17.00 2S.0S 40.00 75.00 J10.00 17.00 23.00 40.00 75.00 150.00 For any other length of time, in accordance with the above ratea. which apply only to regular advertising. Business carda of 5 linn or less. i a year. For legal and transient adTertiaementa, $1 per square lor the Aral Inaertlon, and SO centa per squa...

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. — 28 November 1878

Ike g of the Sling, f -MH-M"1Q ftjjjl HIS SIXTIETH BTBTE-DAY. Beside an empty ballot box. A strauge-ef ol warrior alzhej ; Out tearful ctb upon it dwelt. The dry one wandered wide ''And ao the year eonnt up be said i '- j aiaty now, forsooth i Tbia flsy of elooni and wrath aba ! y birth-day Iain truth. ' "I little thought ita but slant wy. Across the UaWla cast. Would aerre but id illume defeat. And end dismay at but!" 'A D1 here be paused both eyes blazed fire. Ilia Tolee became a roars "III sot lament the alxty cone. Because Pre ten years more ! n! hi! faa! ha! tbe Bay State fields. From Berkshire to the aea, Shall hear me raise my view ballon. And eke ahall harried b?. Peapair etrikr not the chief who lead A hundred thouaand men, Tfhl time, at sixty J ears, allows A decade yet for lien." IT waa some time In Xorcmbcr, That election came along. And the boss of cery district Chlrp'd from morn to eve tbla sons: tlo and rote the party ticket ! Do it like a solid man! What is universal...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 5 December 1878

Che gMtf lMrf SOL. MLLER, EDITOR AXD PUBLISHER. ) THE CONSTTTUTIOir AND THE UNION. i TERMS-S2.00 PER ANNBTf, IN ADTANCI. VOLTJME XXn.-NXJIBER 25.1 TROT, KANSAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1878. J WHOLE NUMBER, 1.117. Choice 0 THE SONO OP EVE TO CAIN. Ob! rest, my baby, rest! The day Is glowing In the west ; Xow, tired of sunny pUy. Upon thy mother", btmt Oh! rest, my darling. rest! Toon first-born Mm of man. In thee Xew joy for o began. Which seemed all dead to be, When that bo needful ban From Eden exiled man. Eat more than Paradise Was our. When tbon. with angel eyes. Amid oar blighted Hoiren, Vut born, a heavenly prlie Unknown In raradlse. My happy garden thon. Where I JIaVe many a hopeful tow. And every hour espy Xew bloom on each yonng bough ily sinless tree art tbon. I fearless reap thy fruit Of bliss; And I. who am thy root. Am too the air to kiss The gleams that o'er thee shoot; And, red, I feed thy fruit. Thy fthera form, and pride. And thought In thee yet undescried, Miall Bonn...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 5 December 1878

Wkt Sfottias Mief SOL. 3ILJER, Editor. TftOY, KAXSAS: Thursday, December 5, 1878. State Pjuxtec The State Printer contest come np again, this Winter. We have a prefer ence among the candidates, lint hare no interest in the office, and shall, therefore, not advocate the claims or any caudldato. Bat there is a candidate who is malting a strong effort, whom we do not want to see elected. That candidate is Samnel Dodsworth, of Leavenworth. It has been charged that George Martin does commer cial printing, that ought to go to the offices in the several Cocntie. Unt Mr. Martin says he never solicit sneh wojlc, and takes it only when it is tbrnst upon him; and tbt tbe major part of the commercial work that he does, is such a the country offices are not prepared to do. Unt Samuel Dodsworth is the worst competitor that Kansas country printing offices have. He is constantly, in person or by letter or sample, so liciting work tUat Intimately belongs to offices in the several Counties. Year afte...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 5 December 1878

oal gtottrw. liS : w & co nave the Largest Stock and make the Prices on DEY GOODS in LOWEST St Joseph 500 pair "White Wool Blankets, from .12.00 tin. Cassimeres, Flannel Tarns, Under fffar, Skirts, Corsets, and Hosiery, al wavs a full stock. Hundreds of Novelties in onr NOTION STOCK, nd the Grandest Stock of DRESS GOODS in the city. Ladies' and Children's Cloaks in 50 styles. The Cheapest lot of Black silks in the West. Agents fur Mme.DEMORES'FS Paper Patterns. Send for Catalogue. Toiraifl, ffyi & Co., 3lO Felix Street. St. Joseph, lYIo. Ort-K-tOlJan. 1. SPECIAL XOTICES. EXTRA NPECML NOTICE. Injaony of Ber. F. B. "Wiles, (tovingtcn, Xy. SmltJU's Tonlo JSyx-ixxa, The Bnl na Ma lest Kemeslr far Chill Fever, or Fever and 4Rt. ConsoTox, Kt., May 21. There ban not bren for many years, in this country, tneb a general complaint about chills and fever. This depressing disease ia now prevailing in many portions of Kentucky and elsewhere, where tbe peo ple bare long flattered themselv...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 5 December 1878

MUT g i (WBr I "JS5 'SaJPQ'D'ARTISRS lite jftm of fte Mg. &jmirimx7& Mullein for Consumption. A currrsrtoiulent writes as follows about tie flower of a wtll-tno.iii plant: "I bare tli'coverel a remedy forcoDsamptifin. It lias cnretl annnilier tif cases after they hail cnniu.riictil bleeding al tbelnuRj, ami tLe hectic llnsli n as already on ibe cheek. After trying this remedy to my own satisfaction, I bare thoasbt philanthropy required that I sbonld mate it known to the vorld. It is common niul Jeiu, steeped strongly, sweeteued with coffee sugar, and drank freely. Voting or old plants, dried in tbe shade, and kept in clean bag, will ausner. Tbo medicine most bo continued from three to oil mouths, according to the circum stance. It is very good for tbe blood vessel, also. It strengthens and bnilds np tbe system, instead of taking away the strength; it makes good blood, and reiuovm inflammation from tbe lnngs." It is the wish of tbe writer that every period ical in tbe Uoili-d...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
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