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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 16 January 1879

V -. --, -n- . . i M J- ij Titf?- if" if , ? fcf ' SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER.. THE CONSTITUnOW AND THE UNION. i TERMS-$2.00 PER ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. .?."? , mtG&LrZLL I r ' ' p. li iff wr Tm Mvrmw tnkm; - ' a-ata-M !HiM: 1 r. M fe . tUrri;U' TOIiTJME XXII.-NUMBER 31. &Mtt 0itg. THE LAST NIGHT AT HOME. VT VABT X. SllLKK MLWOKTH. Yea, I mnst Itare yoa all, dear ones, M j trnmt friend on earth. Fr childhood day and riprr year MaVf plainer fctill toot worth. Oh! feeble, flint, and trembling still. Axis all the word I say j When my full heart set-ma liurstiag, then lur j on, dear one, I pray. Father, yoo're crowing old. Xo more The firm, free footitep'-. thine; And ob thy bead, a glorious crown. The allrery locks now shine. Father! tby daughter lores thee well; Though vrriag oft, yet pi re Thy blmnlnr ere I Irare thy bonie. In a new borne to lire. Mother 1 with reverent Hpa I apeak The holiest name I Vnow Oh. thoa art trne, thooch all forsake Thy daughter here below ! Mothe...

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 January 1879

u i ifl ' H H fr ri'i 1 i ire i Sfc $ais fihicf. SOL. 30LLER, .Editor, TROY, BL&KSAlx Tkursdr, : : : January 16, 1879. LsaiSLATDBK. The Governor and other State "Seers were inaugurated Monday, nod at Toes r .ay noon (lie Le;UUtcre met. Sidney Clarke was el'Xtcd Speaker of tbe Home on the first ballet, over John M. Price and Mr. Diddle, of Linn. Wirt Walton was elected Chief Cleric, and Ed. W. Waynaut Assistant Clerk. Tbe Senate met and elected S. M. Strickler Assistant Secretary, to fill vacancy. The Governor's Mes sage, wonld not bo delivered nntll Wednesday, and tbe organization of tbe Honse wonld not be completed nntll then, or later. There was probably no Senatorial issne in volved in tbe Speakership. It is generally un derstood that Mr. Clarke is opposed to Ingalls; lot there is no veiling what tnrn politicians will take. lint little work of any consequence will be done until after tbe Senatorial election, which does not oecnr nntll the 28th Inst. As there is tbe work of tw...

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 January 1879

earn $ml gtotfct. TJB KANSAS CHIEF. gOti. BtlXIECZZ, FabUaber. Terzaai TVLLAES A TEAR. IX ADTAXCS. PlJBCDt should a. strictly in advance ; otherwiae, the rata of (3 per " fll beebrged,at the discretion of the Publisher, ''..".ttisdollsrwill In no esse be exacted, except when Unable delav i made In payment, or aaneceaaary 1 1. 1 iriven. It i alwsys"best to haTe a clear nnder "S "lD PaWuber' whn Umt ' dealred. lmo.3mo.Cmo llyair. (3 00 7.00 10.00 IS 00 25.00 40.00 Ote Sonar TioSq"" TUce.Sqny 6n.rt.rofa Column lla-feCalo"0 - 17.00 10.00 17.00 25. 0 40.00 7S.00 110.00 17.00 25.00 40.00 75.00 150.00 400 7X0 10 00 15.00 23.00 nrtCoimon . -IL a ita In aMmwtaiiA war I til aYiai Forsnyotner leugiii iiu, " -..""- -..- C... rates, which apply onlv to regular advertising, nrssearda of 5Hine or lew. S a year. ?orlecaland tranalent advertlaement. 11 per square la? the ant insertion, and 50 eenta per aqoare for each IN.u.iwm be chaired SO per cent extra, ;ad ,4,toril advertisemenla and personal co...

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 January 1879

r m I 10 Ers IS m .!i m I 9mA m (SmMs. t'eAli PlMfeH -PBACTICAL, asIXTrJ. Haft- la iHarmae a Coat Fire flair t Mtarf One, and What Kind of Coal I f0e. So ranch-of comfort, liealtli, aud .economy de jeuds upon the. proper management of coal liri a during winter, tunt reutTerafenrconinion-seOkC suggestions, which may be new to some of the readers of the American Agricnltaritt, wlio have not Riven thought to the subject. la renewing B Cre in stove or furnace, it is customary to lath id a lot of coal, entirely covering that al ready ou fire. The result is a cold spell, cessa tion of cooking, etc., fur half an honr, moreor less, depending npon the kind of coal, its size and quantity, the draft, and the amount already iguUed. Oflcn the firo vexatioosly goea out. This can he avoided by piling all the fresh coal upon half or ho of that already on fire. The burn ing portion will partially maintain the beat, vrill keep np a draft, and rapidly extend through the fresh coal. When that is well o...

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. — 23 January 1879

V l iii. .y iisiimig "fc4jMirt'. fi n i i " ,e ' "-Sbs- s r- - zs v"' ; AU$lf IS fir SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. TTTP. CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. TERMS-?2.00 PER ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. VOLUME XXn.-NUMBER 32. 1 TROT, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 23, 1879. . WHOLE NUMBER, 1,124. mm r j pi -C7 r-' ii !' B I hi; 3- ft. v t Hi (Mr flrttg. BABY BUNK. BT JOSIE ft. HUNT. TV1nome baby Bonn! Brighter than the itin that ri la the doBky er-tnlnp kiea; Browner thin the robiu wing. Clearer than the woodland pnnjj. Are the eyea of baby Bonn ! Winsome baby Bonn! Smile, mother, amlle! Tblnklne noftly, all the while. Of a tender, blissful lay. When the dark eyes, ao like tbeso Of the chernb on your knees, Stole your girlUh heart away. Oh! tue ryes of baby Kaon! Barest mucblef will tiiey do, 'When odc old enough te steal What their father stole from you! Smile, mother, smile! Winsome baby Bonn! ililk-wbite lilies half nnrolIeO, Set in calyces of gold. Cannot mate his forehead fair. With its rings of ...

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. — 23 January 1879

A (&&e itattSHjs tflibf. SOX.. "BiIXUUER, Editor. TROY, KANSAS: Thursday, : : : January 23, 1879. The RallMg- Passiaa. If I be editor of the Troy Bulletin were sen tenced to be banged the list Friday in Decem ber, while the black cap w being drawn OTer bis eyes, be would try to engage the hangman in a scheme for a ticket to be Total for on the . firat Tuesday of the next November. Ticket making is bis mania bis menstrual discharge, as it were; aud if, by some obstruction of na ture, the operation of this passion were stop ped, be would at once go into a decline. It is known that bo was absent from town, doling several dcjs last week. A Highland corres pondent has discoTcred and re reals what be was up to. lie has been making a bar 'gain and sale to tnrti oxer the -Democratic itnd Greenback rote, next Fall, to elect certain sore-bead Republicans to office, for s few hun dred dollars contributed to his own benefit, to prolong the expiring flickers of his paper. This letter of ...

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. — 23 January 1879

ECiass&aii -jr-.uT,i snsasjusa V" r?e r ? gtatta. ?THJ3 KANSAS CHIEF. ' ' 'SOL. MimCR, j?ubllb.er. Termai Two DoiXAkS A Teak. UJLdtaxcz. Payment aBeaM e made strictly ia advance) otherwise, ths rats of-per Tr-ill be charged, at the discretion r tbe Publisher. The extia dollar will In no cim be exaetod, except when unreasonable delavismade Inpayment, or unnecessary trouble la icItcd. tt is always beat to have a dear under standing with tbe Publisher, when time la desired. A.ca.-p-oart1 m rx g Hmt&mt Imo. J mo. (mo lyear. OneSqusre 4J0 5.00 17.00 tlMO r wo Square 4 00 7.00 10.00 17.00 lTitlee Square 7X0 10.00 17.00 SS.00 QuarUroraColumn 10 00 15.00 S3 00 40.00 llalrnColunn 15.00 SiCO 40.00 7100 One Column 85.00 40 00 75.00 150.00 For any other length of time. In accordance with ths above rates, which apply only to regular advertising. Business cards of 5 lines or less, S3 a year. For leral and tranalent advertisement, tl per square lor tbe first Insertion, and 50 cents per aqu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 23 January 1879

-sr-V-'W----'?''' yftftfetfyi .., - , ""' - r ' 1 11 T is. In, il , fsjUj Ljii Siteefttl and fciouju Care for Diphtheria. A correspondent of a Victoria paper write?;: "Should ynn or any of yonr family be attack ed with diphtheria, do not be alarmed, as it U easily enrrd trithnnt a doctor. When it was raging iu England, a fear years ago, I accom panied Dr. Field on bis rounds, to witness the so-called 'wonderful cares' be performed, while the patients of others were dropping on all sides. Tho remedy, to be so rapid, most be simple. All he took with him was powdered sulphur and a quill, and with these bo eared every patient, without exception. He pnt teasponnfnl of floor of brimstone into a wine class of water, and stirred it with his finger, instead of a spoon( as the salpbnr docs not read ily amalgamate with water. When the snlphur was well mixed be cave it as a gargle, and in ten minntes the patient was out of danger. Brimstone kills every species of fnngns in man, beast, and plant...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 30 January 1879

Kvigfflasaafei - ," 4MMmm r I J --z:::::,M,,ll;l YiSalSaaaaffBBBBSlNr'v , I I y 4 B - I. 1 h B , hh 1 w- i IV SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. VOLUME XXH.-NUMBER 33.! &mt 0ettg- MAWS MOBTAT.TTY. (The following beautiful poem Is lastly eonslderea s po etical gem of the higheat order. The original 1 found in an Irish MS. in Trinity College. Dublin. There la reason to think that the poem was written by one of those primi tive Christian barda in the reign of King Dlarmid. about the year 554, and was sung or chanted at the laat grand national assembly of Kings, Chieftains and Barda eTtr held in the famooa Italia of Tata. The translation I by the learned Dr. O'Donnovau. lake aa the damaalc roM yon see. Or like a blossom on a tree. Or like the dainty Hover In May, Or like the morning to the day. Or like the sun, or like the shade. Or like the coord which Jonah had; Even aoeh G man, -whose thread is spun. Drawn ont and oat. and ao is done. The rose withers, the blossom blasteth. The f...

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. — 30 January 1879

She gmtfas (thief. sdL. 3XrCXitt, .'...Eaitor. TROY, KANSAS: Thursday, : : : January 30, 1879. NUMBER TWENTT-FOtB. fae 24th Kewnpapcr Bati Id De-nlps-su- Conctr-4omc Fllci Abont the Late TrOf Bnltetln, and Funeral Sermon on the Deceased. It Is not a bra re act to kick a man when he is down ; nor to write against him, when he has no means of answering back. Bat when a man starts oat fur the purpose of knocking you down, and bends every effort to accomplish that end, yon cannot be blamed for feeling jnst a little elated when yon see him sprawling in the mod ; and when yon hire to contend against a com petitor who disregards all honorable business rales, yon are under no obligations to observe a business respect for Iilra when he fails. There are a few who hsTe wondered why we pnnched up the editor of the late defunct so relentlessly, and eren those who, aided by his pitiful ap peals, hare immagined that we were persecut ing him, with an eye siugle to preventing him from making a lirin...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 30 January 1879

wajcjr-.jf,.,.,, , "r I ? !l Mm fx: ' m 3fr 43 gotal gutters. MUDS TO REDUCE STOCK "Wc offer, for the next 30 days, goods at exceedingly low figures; in fact, pretty near everything at cost, or less than cost. Being overstocked in clothing, we 'trill sell it regardless of cosandnt less figures than the same goods can be bonght at St. Joe or Atchison. No humbug, but a fact, which you have only to call and price to find out. A few overcoats left, at your own price from $3 up. All we want is for you to come into the store, if you waut goods, and Ave guarantee to sell to you at prices which cannot fail to please. All those knowing themselves in debted to us, will please step forward now, and settle up. SPECIAL XOTIVKS. EXTRA SPECIAL, NOTICE. Tutimonj ct JLtr. 7. B. Wiles, Covington, Xj. Tri1tla., Tonlo Syrup, Tke Bnl aaa Safest Rrrarslv far Chills aaa Fever, ar Fever aad Agae. Covcgtoit, Kr., May 2J. There has not Wen for many jean, in this country, such general complaint about chills a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 30 January 1879

lite rfuu of tfae-tilling. DK. JOHN BULL'S .far tlte gntwtt. IJIACI!TABY DIABASES OF CATTLE. Hoixow-HOUN"; Tuniins to cattle, ire find here, too, the same Ignorance of their diseases, and llie same blind adherence to the traditions of the dark ages. Willi the great majority of onr fanners, cattle hare scarcely more than two diseases "hollow-horn and"wolf-in-the-tail" opinions too riilicclons for notice, were it not fur their prevalence aud nride-spread character. The horns of cattle are formed by the growth of a bony projection, nrnicn soon becomes aitaeueu to the skull, and the transformation of the epi dermis over the protuberance into horn ; titer are, therefore, composed primarily of four differ ent layers. Commencing on the ontslde, there is the horn, or epidermis ; then the true, or saa sitive skiu ; nert to this, the periosteum or vas cular membrane covering the bone, and Anally the bone itself. By pressure between the horn and bone, the trne skin and periosteum become consol...

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 February 1879

VI M i r, - SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. i TERMS$2.00 PER ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. VOLUME XXIL-NUMBER 34. ; . TROY; KANSAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1879. WHOLE NUMBER, 1J26. SVi .' ?f lie MKfNf ttuCKlU '3 $ NHSclBRBfl j. 'p-. ) l r " ', r rv. V' t , -? 'MMtt .&. OTTS BCHOOL3CASTZB. BT ALICE CJ.EY. TV vted to think It vu so qner To him in hit thin, gray hair Sticking onr qniUs behind hia ear, Aad straight forgetting they thara. VTe used to think tt wu so ati-iaga That he bould twist nuk hair to cnrte. And thmt hi wrinkled eheek should change Its color, like & bashful girl's. Oar foolish mirth defied all rale. As gl&nres, each of each, ire stole. The morning that be wore to school A rose-baa la bis button-hole. And rerj sagelr we agreed Aoai an en a annce was Barer Known B1 and trrior still to read rre-Yeraea with a tender tone. .Ho Joytm smile would eTer stir Out sober looks, we often said. If we were bnt a schoolmaster. And had, withal, hi o...

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. — 6 February 1879

ke gnuSHS (Nmt SOL. MILLER, EUItor. TBOY, KANSAS: Thursday, : : : February 6, 1879. The Senatorial Election. The contest for the United State! Senatorahip eudeil ou Friday last, by the re-election of John J. Iugalls, who received 86 votes, to 79 for Judge Hortoo, 2 for the old fraud, Elder Mitchell, and 3 fur John R. Goodin. Br the aid of excellent "hind-sight," the opponent of Ingalls can now tee where they made mistakes, which might have been avoided fay a reasonable, exercise of foresight, which a number of the leading men on that side have been supposed to possess. A considerable majority ff the Legislature went to Topeka opposed to Ingalls, either as first or aecon choice; bnt the opportunities were wast ed, aud Ingalls walks off with the prize. In the first plaee, and as the main canse of failure, the anti-Ingalls forces was sadly mis managed. Some half a dozen men or more con fidently expected to be struck by the lightning, nearly all of whom were loss fit fur and worthy 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. — 6 February 1879

swiwasntJCfps . , ,i s? I f otal pattw. SPECIAL XOTICES. KXTRA SPECIAL. N0T1CK. Tertiaony of Btr. P. B. "WIlo, Gntagtoa, Ky. Szixitlx'ai Tonlo Syrup, The Brat ad Safest Baer far Chills Vcrrr, ar Fever A awe. Cotixgtoh, Kr., My 31. There lu not been for man y jean, in this country, uch a general complaint about chill and fever. Tbi depressing disease is now prevailing in many portion! of Kentucky and elsewhere, where the peo ple hare long flattered themselves that they wore en tirely exempt from ita influence. To those who are tuna afflicted, we with to' recommend SmiWs Tonic Syrup, believing it to bo the Tery beat remedy ex tant.. Every one we hare heard of using it, pronounc es upon it in the Tery highcat term. We hare late ly ud it in our family with marked success. The ingredient are simple, and the Tonle can be naed freely without any detriment to the eonatitution what ever. If the directions, which always accompany ev ery bottle, are carefully followed, it will In nine ca se 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. — 6 February 1879

1' jf ay the $mmx. THE VEGETABLE GABBE.T Mr FEB RCARV. Vegetable Planlt. Many, who have jjanlena, limit or neglect to provide a stock of cabbage, tomato, pepper, and other plants, depending up on some good-nstnred neighbor to supply them from his snrplns. It is well to be neighborly in such matters, bnt it is Also well that those who neglect to provide themselves with saeh plants, shonld pay those who are at the trouble of rais ing them. Many a boy, or man either, if he lets it be known that he will have plants to sell at the proper season, may establish a profitable little trade. It isabont as much trouble to raise a bn wired plants as it is several thousand, and when it is kuown that the plants may be bad with certainty, those who need bat a small nnmber will bny ic preference to raising them. For the very earlimt cabbages, cauliflower and lettuce for marketing, Cold frame Planlt are preferable, bat these Lave to be prepared in the previous fall. In the absence of these, the next ...

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. — 13 February 1879

XPROPtRTYOFCi . ,i- State Eistorical ji society. i?JS SOL. MILLER, EDITOR A2TO PUBLISHER. THE CONSTITUTION' AND THE UNION. i TERMS-$2.00 PER AXXUX, IX ADTAXCE. VOLUME XXII. NUMBER 35. TROT, KANSAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1879. WHOLE NUMBER, 1,127. jul J.UIMMTIIIH fe VttrttsAtTas. iH-iftf ItliU I! rv. c &Mt oritg. PARSON WTLTiTAWB' SABBATH BBEAX INO. On the crave of Pakoi. WillUm. The T U brown nd bleached ; It U more thin fifty Winters Since be had tired and laughed and preached. Rat bis memory In Jfew England No Winter anosr can kill : Of his codness And hit drollneaa, CooaUesa legends linger still. And amone those treasured legends, I hold this one a boon. How he got In Dea con Crosby's hay, Ona 8nnday afternoon. He was midway In a sermon. Most orthodox, on grace. Wbsn s so and of distant thunder Sroke the quiet of the plact. !; Kow; tbe meadows of the Crosbys jay iuu wiiain nil sik" As he glanced from out the window. Which opened on his right. And the green, fragrsnt hay-cock...

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 1879

Ike 3ta5H5 $luef. SOL. MUXKR, Editor. THOY, KANSAS: Thursday, : : : February 13, 1870. Investigation. Kansas Legislatures contain more fools to the square yard than any other similar body on the face cf the globe. After crcry Senatorial elec tion, the bowl of corrniition and bribery is.set up by disappointed or malicious persons, and straightway a resolution is rushed through toin vcstigate the matter. Then much valuable time and and a larpe fum of money is squandered in this business. We Wlie'vo this has been the case after eery Senatorial election in the State, since the Cret .nr. It is what disgraces the name of Kansas, and makes her appear ridicu lous. One-half the time allotted to the present session bavins been wasted in electing a Sena tor, the other half is in a fair way to be wasted in inTestigation, for spile. The only consoling fact is, that if they waste their time investigat ing, they will not waste it in passing harmful laws, or adopting th: mass of vagaries and ex per...

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. — 13 February 1879

V si j -wr&" & & goat gtattttjs. 5 THE KANSAS CHIEF. - SOt MILIER, Xabliher. Tormai Two Douin a Teas, is Advaxce. Psvaarnt should e aide strictly In tdtnn j otherwise, the rate r3per year will be charged, at tbe discretion of lhe Publisher. The extu dollar will In no ease be exacted, except when nnressonsble delay ! made in payment, or unnecessary trouble is given. It is slwsys best to have a clear nnder. t andlng with the Fnbliaher, when time la desired. .ALtrortl wing Ilateai 1 mo. 3 mo. Cno 1 year. OneRqnare tiM J3.00 17.00 HMO TwoSnnarea 4 00 7.00 10.00 17.00 ThreeSquare 7-00 10.00 17.00 45.00 SnarternfaColarcn 10 00 13.00 tS.0 40.00 if a Column 15.00 S5 00 40.00 7SJ0 Ore Column 55 00 40 00 75.00 130 00 For any other length of time, in accordance with tbe above ratra, which apply onlr to reenter advertising. Ilnslness carda of 5 tinea or less. t5 a Tear. For ler-al anil trantirnt advertisements. II per aquar l.r the tirat insertion, and 50 centa per aqnare far each n...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 13 February 1879

$ti and (tawi,. THE TBKATXEXTOF BIPBlHBBU. Tbe limitation cf contaRion arises from the fact that the distance to which the poison may lie carried by the air does not exceed a few feet. Prompt isolation eren iu a single chamber will prevent the communication to the household, unless the inducing canse is an epidemic influ ence. The bedding and clothing hotrerer are likely to be infected, and to communicate it even after incredible lapse of time. Tie neat of boiling traler itioWy detinue He tint. The best modern opinion sees in scarlet fever bnt TWO DISTINCTIONS IX" FORM, staple and grave. If the malignant cases do not become "angiuose" (throat complications), it is because the child dies before there is time. If, in grave cases, the child survives the nervous disorders with which the poison first makes it self felt, then the angino'.s phase is inevitable. Now, as to one and all of these types, wo have to say IX KFPECT TO TREATMENT, that which will doubtless meet with scoffing from in...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
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