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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 12 December 1878

2i2l2SnM?fiS t .1-5 SOL. XTXLEE, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER, y THE CONSTITUTION AND THE "ONION. i TERMS$2.00 PER AXXUM, IX ADVANCE. VOLUME XXII.-NUMBER 26.1 TROT, KANSAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1878. f WHOLE NUMBER, 3.118. WtdAf liiitiiifeiiii LmmStSmmmmmtm K. Mtt 0fcj7. THE GOLDEN" NOW. BT T. BUCUA5AX EEAI. The earth It loud with ditcontentmenU mattered Br foolUh mouth the selfish and the Tain ; And yet a world of agony nnnttered. Lies behind lipa that nerer tell their pain. The to I eel c dark Is loaded with repentance. In solemn courts of midnight, where, o'ercast With sorrow. Conscience looks its silent sentence Against the culprit actions of the past. And conntlesa eyes, ablaze with hot reflections. Stare down the highway which their feet have known. Where stand afar the ghostly recollections. Like frowning statues, not to be o'erthrown ; While fsney eees them rise in retributions, A spectre file along the future way; To blight the hopes and chill the reaolatlons. Which Kight should ...

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. — 12 December 1878

I wm W - ke l&uisasi tfkbf. SOL. MILLER, Editor. TEOT, KANSAS: Thursday, : : : December 12, 1878. Can These Tbiags Be! Tbo Leavenworth Pullie Press makes the spe cific charge, that, since the death of B. 0. Gale, Postmaster at Atchison, receipts bare been found among his papers, signed by John A. Mar tin, showing that $4,000 was wrnngfrom him, at various times, as a condition of his retaining the post-office. The Press charges that this money was black-mail, which Gale was compell ed by Ingalls to pay regularly, to secure the JUcbisou Champion'! support of himself; and that Gale was rcdnced from ease to poverty by this constant black-mailing. It may be well enough to state, right here, that the Public Prat is wholly unreliable in anything it or its corres pondents say of Ingalls. It has been simply a vehicle of personal hatred and revenge, from the time it was first started. On the other hand, the Chaapion says this story is false, from beginlng to and, and without a shadow of f...

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. — 12 December 1878

gwat gtotte. SPECIAL XOTIVES. EXTRA SPECIAL NOTICE. Tertimony of gT, P 3. -vnei, CoTingtoa, St. SultbL's Toulo Syxnxja, The Bnl and Kafnt Btnnlr far Chills and Fever, or Fever and Jsgne. Covixgtox, Kr, May 21. There lias not been for many years, in this country, such a general complaint about chills nnd fever. This depressing disease is now prevailing in many portions of Kentucky nnd elsewhere, where the peo ple have long nattered themselves that they ware en tirely exempt from its influence. To those who are thug afflicted, wo 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 upon it in the very highest terms. We have late ly nwil it in our family with marked success. The ingredients are simple, and the 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 often res...

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. — 12 December 1878

V m m Wit uu ut tlic Siting. 0&jv TEE GOVKKHOE SAT OH THE PENSIVE Wade Hampton mat npon tho male. When all lint he bad fled I mean to conqoer this Yro male. Or kill him !" Hampton said. "Git op! Ger lsngl yon tarsal brnte !" Wade Hampton nercely cried, And plunged his spar an inch or tiro Iota the creature aide. He would not tnoTe that mole stood firm He wocld not eren bray lie merely flopped his Dew-mown tall. To keep the flies away. Wade Hampton selied that Sanstins tail. And twisted it aronnd. And lifted that there mole's hind legs Two feet from off the ground. There came a kick like lightning flash Wide Hampton where was he I A qalTerinc broken mass he lay, Beneath a distant tree ! The mole stood sad and penelre nlh. And wept We. sally tears. Aid slowly floppui his new-mown tall. And worked his drooping ears. Sow we may say the mnle was kind. And Hampton is a brick ; Bat the cvblcst thine that perished there. Was that great and glorious kick I isai XABEWEUi TO KEAHNEY. Senly...

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. — 19 December 1878

&. - HeeMf mt : fflttl !'l m i TERXS-$2.00 PER ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. THE CONSTITUTION AND THE "ONION. TROT, KANSAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1878. WHOLE NUMBER, IJJO. VOLUME XXII.-NUMBER 27.1 Choice ftoriig. TEE BEAUTIFUL SNOW. THE TBCZ STOKY OF ITS OB1CEC. How many thousands bare let their tears fall over those beautiful lines, as the toachin? patbos called Into recollec tion ths sad story of otber and similar victims! In point of smooth versification, and easy-flowing rhythm, through which Is almost heard the plaintiTe wail of woman's mined honor, our knowledge of English literature brings to mind no single poem of such thrilling sentiment as this. tVe nave seen an article floating the rounds of the press, purporting to give the authorship of this remarkable effort, but the writer of the statement, who Indulged his insplra lion "amid the cool breetes of Lake Erie," seems really to know nothing about the true bistorr. The writer gives Miss Dora Sha...

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. — 19 December 1878

2 L- I ? i SOB. 3IILLER; .-.i Editor. N Ed SAVSA3: Thiirwiajr, t t : December 19, 1878. Hebe's Toes Independence! That concern at Highland, the Sentinel, has done a deal of yelping, for it size, about Republican rascality and corruption, bribery and black-wailing, bay ing and selling. It was especially positive that Mr. Bippsy conld not be bongbt; and, from what we bear, it is discovering that it was cor rect in Ibis particular. It is currently reported that the publisher of tbe .Sentinel has demanded 100 of Mr. Kipiey, for supporting him as a can didate fur Representative; and that Rippey having respecfolly declined, the Sentinel man threatens to sne him. Tho Greenback "organ" threatening to sne a caudidate for pay for sop porting the tieketl Why, a corrupt Republican paper never did suoh thing as that. And yet the era of honesty and reform was to be ushered in by tbe Greenback party. And how long will it be nntil the Sentinel goes to join that long caravan of Doniphan County newsp...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 19 December 1878

u i fc".All I !S .. St i. . it SPECIAL NOTICES. BXTKA WXCIAL. ?t TICK. , Testimony of St. P. B. "Wiles, Covington, By. Bmltli' Tonlo aS-jx-ia.?, The Brat Safest Bess' far Chills sussl Fever, r Fever aaa Agae. Covctgios, Kt., May 21. There luw riot been for man y yean, in this country, such a general complaint about chills and fever. Thia depressing disease is now prevailing in many portions of .Kentucky and elsewhere, where the peo ple have long nattered themselves that they ware en tirely exempt from its influence. To those who are thus afflicted, we wish to recommend SmWk'i Tonic ' Syrup, believing it to be the very best remedy ex tant. Every one we ha ve heard of using it, pronounc es upon it in the Tery highest terms. We haTe late ly nsed it in onr family with marked success. The ingredients are simple, and the Tonie can be nsed freely without any detriment to the constitution what ever. If the directions, which always accompany ev ery bottle, are carefully followed, it will in ...

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. — 19 December 1878

rx.fc. KX it-- . rt-. m" . j - -JL 3t0 iigp", - y ) rv I Wit gw 0f the Mug. rf"A? 'iXnaaaaw fSE OTRT.3. A rAXOOT OS "TOE cow." Oh ! the ulrls. Iho beantiful girlt. 'With the Uqnld ryea and the oMeo carta, tailing alone through the crowded street, Ttzrnioz the heads of the yonths tber meet. Tiltlnj. Oglinj. KUmming along; Beautiful gifia. they can do nothing wrong. The blush of the rose- on each aoft, dainty cheek. In which lorely dimples play hide-and-co-eeelc. Showing their ankles, and a little aboTe, Pore as an angel, fickle as lore. Oh! the girls! the beautiful girls! How the dots gather, and sigh, as each whirls Her tilter along at a delicate height. Jest skirting the beauties forbidden to sight. Tripping, Laughing Hurrying by, With a smile on the lip. and coy glance of the eye ; And the Utile dogs baric, snd with Joyous bound. Snap at the filters that eddy around ; The town Is allre, and each heart In a whirl To welcome the coming of each lorely girl. How lorely they look, as t...

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. — 26 December 1878

j(fiJSBfc, ffirl wte& Hi M flff ffffttf ji wnJl LfMIlll ,i SOL. MLLLEB, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. THE OONBT1T U TIOH AKD THE UNION. TERMS-12.00 PER ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. VOLUME XXIL-NUMBER 28. i TROT, KANSAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1878. J WHOLE NUMBER, 1J20. Choice THE KINO'B CHRISTMAS. r X IXCDTO OF XOSWAr. With mn hundred Jarla. at least. Held Kinc Orra hla Tole-title feast. Drinking merrily: Foamed the ale: the din of revels Sounded down the Ion sand levela Of the wild Xortb Sca. Benerka chanted rnnes and rhymes. Saraa of the elder times , Deed, or force and might, lllifd -with hymns to mertjra clorloni. And the white Christ, the victorloaa. Born a babe to-nijht. Slldnlght eame. and like a spell. On the hall a alienee fell . Jliuhed the Berserk a tale ; ;r Only the deep ocean thunder. And the pine prove rent asunder B the UorUnd Rale. In that .Hence of the feast, Kosc a white-haired Chri.tian priest, Spoke with accrnta mild: "Will not each aorae orlerin;; proffer Each sine birth-ni...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 26 December 1878

" "-0. .Jr"Sr' is i"y"-i"a-' r? i Ml Baieatta 8b Stauaaji (Thief. SOL. MILI.ER, .Esiltor-. TEOY, KA3TSAS: Tkswday, : : : December 26, 1878. FafcUtkiHff the Laws. A nnmber of papers are advocating tba prop osition of paulisbing tho laws enacted by the Legislature, In one paper in every Connty in the State. Tbe entire laws bare been collided by a Commission authorize! by tbe last Legis lature, and tbey will report a code at tbe com ing iseaaloii.- If tbey are adopted, a thoy prob ably will be in aotue sbapa or other, there will be an entirely ucnr code of laws fur the State ; for it is said ibat the change snggested are radical. How are these laws to be placed be fore tbe people f Nut one in a thousand owns a Tolnme of State laws, or has acces to them. Publication in the (.ewapipers is the only prac ticable way to make them generally kuown. Yet, wben the proposition comes up, it will be Tebemently opposed, principally on the ground or expense, and by no class harder than the law yers....

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 26 December 1878

i" . , THE KANSAS. CHIEF. Xorj--cxaaiw r.o DOUAES Teae. w Ajjtaxce. Payment abeoll . .ririctlTin advance i otherwise, the rate of S3 per ""tffl barged, at .the discretion of the Publisher. .".itjudoIUrwill In no cue be exacted, except when '..unable delay la made inpayment, or unnecessary ,,rw? dren- IT " tojisve clear under ,rJdin "with the Poblisber.when time U desired. .t3LfrTrtJjaxxgs Ha.tcmt Into. 3 mo. 6 ma lyear. tiiO 13.00 17.00 S10.00 4.00 7.00 10.00 17.00 7.00 10.00 17.00 33.00 10.00 13.00 S3.00 40.00 13.00 83.00 40.00 73.00 93.00 40.00 73X0 150.00 0.eSlr .Squarea..-- " 5.Cl.mn y jlf Column.. - mew nr v ror anr otter lenjin oi iimt, iu ij.u ... . En ratea, which Apply only to reeulAr advertising. 'nrfneM earda of5 fine, or leu. 3 a year. Krlr'alandtranilent advertisements, tl per square lortbe nV.t Insertion. nd 30 cents per n toT ech lWsXs"wm be ? ? nt- "V; ,"d ,5 advertisements nd personsl commurieationa, "eSmO r solid Nonpareil malte one square. All IracuoMof half squar...

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. — 26 December 1878

'imil &iffiii. ttTTB! WTftE I Bn DK. JOHN 'BULiS saBaBaBaBaBaaaaFslaBBaWlvaaBaBaBaBaBaBn CCBR FOB BIPHTHifMlA. I KrrtKic Oil aa Anllal.te frtaae Ktaaark. ble Carts. WiiltK Ciuzr.X. Y., Kor. 12, 1373. To the tUilor of the Plalltburg Urptbliean : Allow me to aay a few word of tUo creatrat importance to the public, tbroogb your jonrnal, io regard to tbat terrible distant dipbsheris, wliicb in raging with great deilrocttoo of lives Ibrnngbont tbe country. It kaa raged hero to a fearful extent, quite a large aamber of eaten proving ratal. There U a family bera by the name of Light, who moved bere -from Bocbestcr, this season. Mrs. Ligbt said to some of ber neighbors that, previous to moving bere be had ao attack of diphtheria, and cured herself by the nse of ker osene oil as a gargle, swallowing some ; but the remedy was to simple that our citizens didn't think anything of it until fire of Joseph Je! ley's rbildren were taken doom with the diphtheria. Their throats Iteeame cankered a...

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. — 2 January 1879

II I I III . gS- ... :. 1 SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. THE CONSTaT U TION" AND THE TJNION. TERMS-$2.00 PER ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. VOLUME XXII.-NUMBER 29. i Choice Itodtn. SHia OUT THE OLD, SING IN THE NEW. t. I: id 2 ont, wild U-1K to (h wild sky, Tbe flriDC cload, tbe frosty light; Tb Jtar i" dvin la tb insht ; 111 or oat. wild belle, and Irt blm die. Kins ont the old. tin In tbe new. King, Lappy bell, icnrn the snow; Tbe year fa oing let him ro ; KIaje ont the UUe, rin In the trne. K id; n nt ihr f. Tit-f that nap tbe mind, Kor tboe .bat here we ee on more ; 1Unz out the fend of rich and poor, llitiffin redrrm to all roanVind. Itir z out a rfowly djinc raue. And anciixt form-, of party strife ; King is tb nobler modes ot life, With awcrter manners, purer lawff. Hi off ont tlm want, the core or bin. The faithless coldnea of the time ; Ilin ont. riD- ont my mournful rbjnicfl. But Tins the fuller minstrel in. King ont falae pride In place and blood. The civic slander and the pite ;...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 2 January 1879

It IW i! I kt fgansas 5hirf. SOL. MXEJLsEIt, Editor. TROY, KANSAS: Thursday, : : : January 2, 1879. Blaiac. At this time, there is but one man who stand more prominently before the country the probably Republican candidate for next Presi dent than Blaine, and that is Gen. Grant. If be desires the nomination, he will doubtless get it, in the present state of public feeling. But it is by no means certain lliat he desires it, or would aecapt it. Grant out of the question, Blaino is the coming man. The country finds that be is the man who is wanted. They see the fatal er ror in defeating him In 1676, and it will be im possible to repeat the trick. He aronsed the country at that time; and be has aronsed it ajain, when the danger has become greater and more apparent. The evidence of every day goes to prove that Blaine's resolution and rpeccb, at the beginning of the present session, were timely and nrcc sary. The stale of the South is as dangerous as in ISM, with as disloyal an element in...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 2 January 1879

focal Utta." THE KANSAS CHIEF. gOL. MILLER, PubllHber. Terzoa: t.o DotlA" a TgAK. W Aiitaxc. Payment h .bould -.a. strictly in advance i oinerwiae, tne rate or (3 per ?u! be charged, at the discretion nf the Publisher. JJ ,.o dollar will in no cue be exacted, except when ..nnable delay Is made In payment, or unnecessary .u. is given. It i alwaya beat to hare a clear nader. 1 ia" with tne rublisher. when time ia dealred. 4,civerttsIiiB H-a-toas: 1 mo. 1 3 mo. Cdo I year. CSO 3.00 (7.00 I10.CO 4 00 7.00 10.00 17.00 7.00 10.00 17.00 33.00 10 00 15.00 33.0 40.00 15.00 25 00 40 00 75.00 35 00 40 00 75.00 150.00 0 Square ja!"" oarlcrofaClnmn.. illf a Column ine ""- -. rntir length of time, fn accordance with tbe we rate a, which apply only to regular advertising. ' Bmmesa carda of 5 line, or lea 15 a year. tor If "aland transient advertisements, II per aqnare Jr the first Uaerlion, and 50 centa per square for eacb "iJul Xstlces 111 be charged 50 per rent, extra : and ,Jtriil advertisemeni...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 2 January 1879

HSADQXJsJElTSHS ftstfnl mi (fotiwus. Ihe Jiuf 0Hfc(fKiffl). DK. JOHN BULL'S .o? aISy-wSBBBBB ??J25s5iim8-"wPs!J Cheap Ice Hoaacx, and Koir to Keep Ice. The Practical Farmer ji'ivrs a practical txaui Jilo of bow eay it ironM be fur rvery faruirr'-i family to have Ibo luxury of ice tlminj;li tlie hot aninmer iiioiitli. Here it liuir one fjrinnr liail it, in eulretaucc: All that is uceileil is the simplest kind of a bo.inl uuililing. I bnilt a tvowl-sbeil last sea son, thirty feet long and fourteen wide, and as ed twelve feet at tbe unrtb end fur ice, and not villixtauditij tbe fact that vre had bat one freeze last ninter, and only got oar ice home tno-lbinbt full of ice less than nix inches thick, wo have used not lets tbau fifty jwaiula a day nib ce tbeflratof May, and have let onr neigh bora bare at least a thousand pounds. We still have plenty of ice and think it will last through September. Tor drainage, wo threw in a foot of atone, varying in size from a goose egg np to those tha...

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. — 9 January 1879

W3S5w!WHPs'rS , jr!BBg&& IteM Htf SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. VOLUME XXIL-NIBEBER 30. THE CONSTITUTION' AND THE UNION. TERMS-S2.00 PER ANNUM, IN ADYANCE. WHOLE NUMBER, 1,122. TROT, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 9, 1879. OhOtCe 0im PASSmOAWAY.w BT EEV. jonx PIECTOXT. Cjs it Ibe cWmo of tiny bell. That eime w ivnt to my dremine er rltethesnrerytonMofAfaliT'iBhen, That winds m the beach, ao mellow and clear, When the wind and the warea lie toce ther aleep. And the moon and the fairy are atchlnj; the deep, .she diipenniDj: ber ailyer light. nd he. bi note aa ailrery quite. While the boatman liatena. and abipa bU oar. To catch the music that comes from the ahore f IUrt I the notes on my ear that play. Are et to wnrda : a the float they y, -Passing away ! pawing away V Uat no s H was not a fairy'a shell, - Blown on the beach. o mellow and clear; Vor waa it the toncne of a ailrer bell, StriWn the hoar, that HUM my ear, Yr 1 lay in tax dream ; waa it a chime That told of the flow...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 9 January 1879

le nnsas Chief. SOL. MILLKR, Eaitor. TROY, KANSAS: Thursday, : : : January 9, 1870. Majou. Andp.e. A heated discussion is non going on through tbo Xew York papers, arising not of tbe proposition to erect a monument to I ho memory of Major Andre. Leaving ont of qncstiou the tuts of Americans bnilding a mon; unicnt to a British spy, romantic and melan choly as Lis fate may hare been, it would be well first to ascertain whether Major Andre is dead. Is he dead f This question seems never to have been donhted or disputed; bnt it will do to think of. It is extremely donbtfal wheth er Major Andre is dead. We might cite nnmeroas instances to sbotr that there is reason for doubt. It was once snpposed that William Morgan was drowned by the Masons in Niagara Hirer, and his dead body was recovered. lint it baa since been conclusively proven that Morgan is alive, and living in half a dozen remote places. Wilkes IJootb, after assassinating Lincoln, was shot, kill ed,and buried, and a portion of t...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 9 January 1879

II f rwat patttrs. thJTkansas chief. gOL. MH.aV.TSR, FublUher. Terms: To DotiA" A Tui, H Adtasck. Payment ahonld t. mtir strictly In advance ; otbrrwl.e, the rate of 13 per ' , jl be charged, at the discretion of the Publlaher. Tk. U dollar will in no cue be exacted, except when .rMnonable delay la made inpayment, or nnneceaaary ' .11. ii liren. It la alwaya beat to hare a clear nnder. 'tr"dl with ,h0 PaMkP'r.when "me la dealred. j.3.xrozrtliaxxs 3EUvto3 8 1 year. IBS.10 TSqnrc Ti, rft5ooare-. Ourt.rof a Column... lUUaColomn.. . t?-S0 (3.00 17.00 (10.00 4 00 7J0 10.00 17.00 7.00 10.00 17.00 23.00 10 00 13.00 23.00 40.00 13.00 25.00 40.00 73.00 25.00 40 00 75.001 150.00 n.t.ciu" ....-niher Irnctb of time. In accordance with the .lire rates, which apply only to regnlar advertising. Knalneaa card, of 5 line or lea. $3 a year. Fr leal and tran.lent advertisement. II per aqnare lertherTiat insertion, and 50 centa per aqnare for each "lnrrlal Nattc?? ' lrod Tr cent extra : and rl.terlal a...

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. — 9 January 1879

faM Mi mmV tfc'e'lfiw pi ikt. $Wtt0. Xm DK. JOHN BULL'S Kcarlet FcTfcB Ttie Boston Board of Health baa tatted the following a a circular, scUdlng It to every Douse in tbe city. It deserves a c&rtfal read injr: Scarlet fever is like zmall-pox in its power to spread fajtidly from person to person. It is highly contagions." Tbe disease shows ita first signs In abont one week after exposure, as a general rnle, and persons who escape the illness flaring a fortnight after exposure may feel tbcturelTcs frro frcm attack. Scarlet fever, scarlatina, canker rasb, and rash fever, are names of one and tbe same dangerous disease. When a case of scarlet fever ocean in any family, tbe sick person ebonld be placed in a room apart from tbe other inmates of the bonse, and aboold be snrsrd. as far as possible, by one person only. Tbe sick chamber sbonld be well warmed. Its furniture sbonld be such as wilt permit of cleaning without injury, and all ex tra articles, sneb as window drapery and wool en...

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