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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 11 March 1880

State IIistoric.il Society 3" SOL. HITLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER VOLUME XXHI.-NUMBER 39. &Mct $ctlw. KAT7D WEEL TO THE WA&E. ST J1MU sicnouos. Some fo. are forerer compUInla, Con tt tit t their be&rt fin's dm plxce ; fUedoon 1 the month an - feckless, Te ne'er see a sUe on their face. There's use sne but h some bit trouble, Gode lttnat X tae some o my sin; Bat what wi ae tbl&c an wither. Od ! I sere r has time to complain. I'm ne'er done wl sconrin' an eleanla'. Ilk mornln' I'm op wi' the lark t The bet cere I ken for comptainU , Is jUt to band veel to the wark. There's John, m j tndeman, he's aye host tin Though t rannx be said be Is -aid Sits blrs'lin bis taes !' the corner; CM I I serer get time to crow canU. There's Kirtty KeCntcbeon, or neebor, Free momin to e'enin sbe cranes ; An when there's saebody to listen, Sbe rrfces it a ont on the weans. Wat weather brings on ber rheumatic. Awaff frae the door rars her "neiftj She says ber twa feet are aye freerin Od"! mi...

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. — 11 March 1880

-J& m m m m I m V is U Wkt fKausais &ti. SOL. 9IIL.I.GR, Editor. TBOTT, KANSAS: Thursday, : : : : March 11, 18S0. Hepubllran State) Conrention. A delegate convention of the Eepnblieant of th e SUte urKanua will bo bold la Representative Hall, In the city of Topeka,on Wednesdsy afternoon, March 31st, 1S-0. at 4 o'clock, for t ho purpose of selecting ten del egates and ten alternstes to the National Republican Contention, to be held in Chicago, June 2. ISSO.and nom insting five Presidential Electors, to be Toted for at the next November election. The baala of represenUtion in the ssld State Convention ahall be one delegate and one alternate for every two hundred and fifty Totea cat. and one delegate and one alternate for each fraction of one hundred and twenty-fire or more rotes caat for At bert II. Ilorton, Chief Jetlce,at the Xorember election in Ws. and one delegate and roe alternate for each other Jet claily orgtnizid County, or County with a Township organization, a tuche...

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. — 11 March 1880

-i foal gratters. CHILDEEN Cry for Pitcher's Cnatorlsw They like it be cause It is sweet M.tiers like Csvstorl, because it cires Health to the child i avnd Physicians, became it contains no jaor pHlne or mineral. Oastoria Is nature's remedy for assimilating the food. It cores 'Wind-Colic, the raisins of Soar Cnrd and Siarrhcea, allays Feverish ness, and Kills 'Worms. Thus the Child has health, and the Mother obtains rest. Pleasant, Cheap, and Reliable. CENTAUR LINIMENTS The mt tfToctire Pain-Relieving sgsnts for MAN and BEAST the world has ever known. Over 1,000,000 Bottles sold last year! The reasons for this uDprtcedtottd popularity are erideat: t!ia Centaur Xinlments srs sosdo to deserve confidence ; they sre absorbed lsto the tractare; they always cure, snd never disap- eint. 2fs person Deed looser suffer -with PAIN in the BACK, Rheumatism or Stiff Joints, far the CENTAUR X,lnimen ts will surely exterminate the pain. There is no Strain, Sprain, Cut, Scald, Burn, Bruise, Sting, G...

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. — 11 March 1880

! I. I El PI v . i-t-. ? i :,t rie if .4 eit i Ll f Ji l1 nt n I ! N IK -1 DK. .POHIV BULL'S GREAT REMEDIES DE. JOHN BUIiL'S SMITH'S TONIC STROP, FOR THE CURE OF FEVER and AGUE or CHILLS ai FEVER. Ths proprietor of tUa celebrated raedlcina, Jnatly clairaa ftir U aopariority over mil reraedlea erer offered to ths public, for the SAFE. CERTAIN". SI'EEDT. mad PERMANENT enr of Acne ana Fern, or Chill. nd Tarer, whether of abort or lone etandhix. lie refers to the entire Weeteni and Southern country to bear bim teetimony to tbe troth of tbe aaeerlion that In so caae b aterer it in It fall to enre If tbe dlrcctiona are atrictly followed and carried out. la a great many caaea, a aingle Jess baa been anSe'eat for a care, and whole familiea bare been cared by a single bottle, wltb a perfect reato ratios to general health. It la, however, prndent and In ovary caae more certain to core. If IU nao la continned In aaaaller doaea for a week or two after tbe dUeaae baa beea cbecbed. Bore eepedally...

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. — 18 March 1880

S9KS?9KCatt Stati- Ilistoru-nl Sku-H : tl I fl vi CI SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AliD PUBLISHER. THE C0NST1T U TION AND THE TJNION. I TERMS-S2.00 PER ANNUM, IN ADTANCE. VOLUME XXIII.-NUMBER 40.1 TROT, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 18, 1880. ? WHOLE NUMBER, 1,184. fne WtMf iHa H 1 1 1 1 1 il CI TI J (&Mtt W ocim A POETIC LAMENT. On the Death of the Boom. (The sodden demtiie of the "boom at U-wTitb org. nn drr the aArolt or mil adroit tWm of Don Camtron. afirs oar pott t s -wild pottle lament, -which we pnblith to-day, to aoolbe the conU of the afflicted. Here tt U : Alaa ! what err Is tola that rings from raonth to Booth, And ecboea aadly from tbe Sana Sooth I Oar boom I dead, laid in 1U little bed. And left ns nothing bat oar sweet Pr ince Fred. And tbe third-term jcbmt is fled. And we whoie pockets bled To send oar prest anointed bead A round tbe world. To eartn are horled. To see, in wild despair. Our King Uljsses climb the golden stair. Like to s dwindling star. To Newman's cUnfisj; chines...

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. — 18 March 1880

fri Uff SB l. ra &he Snusais (Clue!. HOIi. MILLER, Eilltor. TBOY, KANSAS: Thursday, :: : : March 18, 18S0. Itepnbllcnu State Convention. A delegate ronrentlon of tlie Republicans of th a SUte of Kansas will be brld in RepreeatatiTe HalL in the city of Topeka, on Wednesday afternoon, March 31st, leru.at4 o'clock, for tbe purpose of aelectlog tendel Pitn and ten alternates to the National Rep nbllcan Convention, to be held in Chicago, June 2. 18"0.and nop tnatin: Are Preridential Ktectore, to be roted for at the next November election. The basis of re presentation in the iid SUte Convention ahall be one delegate and one altaraate for every two liandrod and flfty votes cast, andonedrlrgate and roe attrrnate for each fraction of one hnndred and twenty fire or more rotea caat fur Al bert II. Herton, Chief JoMice.tt the November election in IKS, and one delegate and t ne alternate for each ether leifclailT crrl idn d Ceunty, or County a ith a Township i rrsniralion, attached to anothe...

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. — 18 March 1880

-S7r-'TTT-.JaB m V l ' -ow v- f if- If- weal Patters. Oastoria 9IilliM r nuben express their delight ever Casteria. ItU aatares rrmrdr for imitating aefead. Unlike Cuter OII.it U plca.aat I !, and unlike Merpblae Syrups, it U harmless. Csstoria regal ales the bowels, dcslrera Worms, Cores "'' Jqtut (iird .and jjfind folic,. sad .altars Fercrlshaurss. -Whit glees fcealth.la the Child, promote! rest far the Jlalhrr. CHI. drca Crr for Pitcher's Casleria. ItU the most reliable. effective and popular article dispensed by Drnggists. NO E R Since Hetllse remedies hsra been niw-1 bj SUFFERING MAN baa there ben known aach absolute Fm!airclieriHS agent 14 the c EJTTAXJK ,I2TI3IIE?CTS. They soothe, heal, and cure. The7 UKAI. CutOVonnuGalU.OIdsores.'llroken-DreajU and Sore Nipples CCll K Pain in the Back, Ttnctrnttism, Sciatica, turn " bsga-Nedntgfa,- Ear-Ache, Tetter, Pimples. Itch. Rait Ehenm, and all. Flesh, Bone and Muscle ail ment of Animal; HUH DUE Inflammation and Swellings t R R I.I K V...

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. — 18 March 1880

DK. JOHN BULL'S GREAT REMEDIES DB. JOHN BTJLIS SMITH'S T0H1C SYRUP, FOR THE CURE OF FEVER and AGUE of CHILLS and FEVER. Taa proprietor of this eelsbrated' medicine. Jnstly alalms fur It a superiority orcr all remeitiea erer offered to tna public, for the SAFE, CEItTAI.V. SFEEDV, and KM ANEKT tore of Acne ui Frr.r.or Chills and TaTtr, whether of abort or log stsndlnt. Bo refers to the entire Westers asd Soatbern country to bear him lestimoay to the truth of tbe assertion that in no ease wh surer will It fail to core if the directions are strictly followed and carried' oat. In a great many eases, a aincle doss Las been sufficient for a core, and whole famlllea bare been cured by a single bottle, with a perfect resto ration to general health. It la, boweeer, prudent and In orery case more certain to cure, if Its nso Is continued In smaller doses for a week or two after tbo disease bas been checked, more especially in dUEcnlt and long stand ing cases. Usually this medicine will not requ...

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. — 25 March 1880

State Historical Societv f." -" ? . ' iMI I Iwfi8lr I l.. I iMaaW '"T i '" 1 5" A . SOL. HILLEB, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. 1 VOLUME XXni.-NUMBER 41.1 Choice Wattxv. EASTE3 MOBNIKO. ". BT TSXXCES ViCC I. Otters ! tba spirit of Spring Umr. Awake from tbr aloraberdeep! Arise i and with hands that are clowlng. Pot ff tbe white carmenta of eleep I iXake tkyseif fair. O..od.!ee ! a. w. Ja ew mnd resplendent arrar. I ortbe footsteps of Him who has risen, ,, 'Shall be beard in the dawn of day. , jlaabes tbo trailing arbotus aw under tbe forest leaves A alcn that tbe drowiij goddess Tbe breath of b.r Lord, pereeivea. While He offered, her pulse beat numbly ; ;. While He slept. itMiu atill with pain i Bot now He awakes lie haa risen JJer beauty aball bloom aaln. O, bark 1 in tbe nodding woodlands, 2ow far, now-near, is beard r The first prelusive warblo Of rivnlet and bled. O, listen i tbe Jubilate , , From every bonga is poared. And earth, in tbe smile of Spring time. Arises to greet her Lord . ...

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. — 25 March 1880

Hi tKI n Itf HI (.Mil She lltousas 8M. SOL. MXTaXsISI, Eaitor. TBOY, KANSAS: Thursday, : : : : March 25, 1880. Republican State Convention. A delegate conrentlon of tl.e Republicans of th e Stats ofKantaewlll be held in RepresentatiTe limit, in the city of Topeka, on Wednesday afternoon. March 31tt( le0. at 4 o'clock, for the purpose of selecting ten del egatea and ten alternatea to the National Republican Convention, to be held in Chicago, Junes, leBO.and nom inating fire Presidential Electora, to be roted fur at the n.st Xovefnber election. Thebatlaof rrarut3tlan In tbe eaid State Convention ahall be one delicate and one j alternate for every two hundred and fifty rotea caat. and one delicate ana one alternate (or each traction or one honored and twenty-nee or more votes eaal Tor Al bert II. Iiorton. Cbfrf JnMiee.at the November election In 16T8. and one delegate and une alternate for each otber regularly orcaniti d County, or County with a Township orgsnlzatlon, attached to anoth...

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. — 25 March 1880

r) w s y & .. - y Swal patters. THE KANSAS CHIEF. SOL. MILLlEIt, Publisher. Tormoi Two Dollak a Teax.h Advaxcx. F;ntit should raids strictly to advasee ; otherwise, the rats of 13 per Ten-will bo charged, at the discretion of tbe Fabliahcr. The extzs dollar will in so came be exacted, except whe& ssreaaoBable delay is made la payment or s&seeessary troublo ll tires. It le always beet to hare a clear under standing with, the Publisher, when time la desired. 1 zoo. 3 mo. 6 mo 1 jeer. Oso Square 12.30 3 00 17.00 (10.00 TwoSqnarei 4.00 7.00 10.C0 17.00 Three Square. 7.M 10.00 17.00 23.00 Qn.rtcrofaColoi.il 10 00 1S.00 23.0 40.00 UalfaColomB 11.00 23.00 40.00 73.00 One Colons 13.00 49.00 73.00 130.00 Tor asy other leagth of time, is accordance with the abore rales, which apply only to regular advertising. Baslaess card, of 5 Usee or l.a. $3 a year. For legal asd transient advertisements, II per eqsare for the first iniertloo, aad SO cesU per squars for each aabseqneat inserti...

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. — 25 March 1880

iw a m mt. .ioni bults GRLVT REMEDIES DE. JOHN BULL'S 1 TflliiC SYRUP, FOR THE CURE OF FEVER and AGUE or CHILLS anil ESTER. Tli proprietor of thU celebrated medicine, Just! clima for it a ttvperioTitj ortv all remeliea erer offer! to tbe public, for the SAFE, CERTAIN", SPEEDY, and PERiLATfEXT cnre of Ague and Yrer, or Chill aod FeTer, -wfactbrr of snort or Ions standing. lie refer to the entire TVetiern and Southern country to bearLIm testimony to the trnth of tbe anertioa that in no case wb aterer -will it fail to cnre if tbe directions are strictly followed and carried ont. Is a great many caiteA, a single dot Las been sufficient for a core, and whole families bare been cured by a tta;1e bottle, -with a perfect resto ration to general health. It is, however, prudent and in erery case more certain to cnre. If Its use is continued In smaller doses (or a week or two after tbe disease has been checked, more especially in difficult and lonz stand ing cases. Usually this medicine will n...

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. — 1 April 1880

i-State. llistork-nl Sn-iety, Ma SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. TTTR CONSTITTTTION AND THE TJTnON. TERMS-52.00 PER AXXU3I, IX ADVANCE. VOLUME XXIIL-NTJMBER 42. 1 TROY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 1, 1880. WHOLE NUMBER, 1.18G. mi a 7 --- WWttt 0Cfg. jnmrs wooiko. The wind came bloving tat of the weit, Ad Jlmnr mowed tbe hay. The wind came blowiooat of the went It atlrred tbe eTrn Irarra oot of tbeir rest. And rocked tbe blue-bird op ia hU seat, Aa Jimmy mowed tbe baj. Tbe awatlowa aUmmed along tbe ground. And J immr mowed tbe bay. Tbe awallowa k .named along tbe ground. And rnitllnc leaTts made a pleasant aoandt like children babbling alt around Ae Jimmy mowed tbe baj. UUIj came with her bucket by. And Jimmy mowed the baj. MI 11 j eame with her backet by. With ber Hfibt foot ao trim and aly. And aanbarnt cbeek and laughing eye And Jimmy mowed tbe bay, A rnatle Knth In llnsey frown And Jimmy mowed the bay. A rue tic Kuth In Ilnaey gown. lie watched her tinftcneclu changing brown. And ...

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. — 1 April 1880

II, P j So 9 nan i3J i frii I Me ffansns (MM. SOI.. -MXLIsEIt, Eaitor. TROY, KANSAS: Thursday, : : : : April 1, 1880. The Strong "flan Wanted. Wlicu lliey tell u that n strong man is want ed for President, we acqniesce. Tbat strong man is Blaine. This strength does not lie in hold ing men in awe by means of It is repntation as a soldier, or in the belief that desperadoes from the leDgtb and breadth of the land wonld has ten at his call to back him in any scheme be undertook; bnt it liei in his power of will and intellect. When the wretch, Mulligan, found himself possessed of private letters from Blaine, which be threatened to nse for black-mailing purposes, and which, in the hands of an enemy, might have been garbled and distorted so a to bear a scandalous construction, while they were simply common, ungnanled business communications, Blaino went to Mu'ligan, commpelled him to deliver them to him, and then proceeding to the hall of the House, in the midst of a hostile ma jority, sma...

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. — 1 April 1880

jr y - If i! goal pitta?. WnCUE LIES XIIE IILATICI There U a difference of oplnionln the minds of some men, m to who U the resiionsible party fur the evil or dram-drinking: the drinker or the seller. Tolo c'e all the blame jnst where it belongs, so that none Shall Cet either in nr-M m ! than lutiinra fnttfm is no easy task. Granting the liqcor trade to be a righteous business, the same as farming, mechanics, merchandising, orjirinting, then the question would be more simple. The responsibility would rest with the buyer, and not with the seller. In all legitimate business, the seller is in no war resDonsible for the use to which the buyer puts his purchased commodi ties. For instance, the merchant. Smith, is not re sponsible becanss the blacksmith, Jones, kicked farm er Drowns youngest Doy Jim wltn a pair or atoga boots bought from Smith's store. Why! Ileeanse selling boots is a righteous business. So with liquor - selling. If it is a righteous calling, the liquor dealer s is not to ...

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. — 1 April 1880

r? T. 1 v- im m HEDEMPTIOIT LIST. COUJfTY TKEAStJBElVS OFFICE, J Tkot, DOXITUil Cocxtt, Kaxsas, March IS, low. ) "YYOTiCE la benbr Firm tiat lli rnllnwlnr dmerlbad if laiida and twn lota were, aold for the taxes, for tae Tear 1876. on the 4tb day of September, 1877: lht the lhr6 jn allowed by hv for the redemption of the use wiii expire od ine aia oar 01 aepiemiMr, ictv, uq ur tract of land or town lot unredeemed by that time, will be conrejed to tbe pnrebaaer bj tax deed. EOBEET FLICKrSGEK, Connty Trwunrtr. IiANDS. . IOWA TOTTXSniP. Owner. r -2 S 2 S y S 6 S h -5 H J.bnP Johnson and i lot 1 S 1 19 11 M 73 do nnd 1 Iou 3 & 4 8 1 13 3fJ It Ci JooSBerlerJr wbfae 17 1 1J. M HOW do nhfae SO 1 19 80 144 29 Unknown Ptae 36 1 19 20 S8 74 do iTqne 38 1 19 40 64 49 do nwfr 18 2 19 143 164 33 KXSearer n SI 3 II ltd 3MT7 KGee ptae 21 2 19 10 1228 Unknown ptwbfaa 9 2 20 70 CS30 John Alfray eat whfnwqrne 16 2 20 20 1373 J P Jobnaon jt a w or a w 21 a 20 4 823 TJBaebud mldptse 30 2 20 SO SI 1...

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. — 8 April 1880

tatcI"tedsaU tf n$ SOL. xiller, editor AND PUBLISHER. THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. i TERHS-$2.00 PER ANNUS, IX ADVANCE. VOLUME XXni.-NUMBER 43.1 TROT, KANSAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 8, 1880. WHOLE NUMBER, 1.1 87. I I v. ri. i'1 cMoici HOW THEY POP THE QUESTION. Tbe PtIIor iiti : I lite your ri. And t bough I'tb noticed man j, I really iMnkjon lire, old al, a trim a craft as any ; And ifyca'H only uy tbe word. Through erery klna of weather Jest Mart my ttmbe r If don't Go crniaiu; on together ! Tbe poet, with enraptured cue, J'omta ont a ince ilar Til tbne. tweet Udy, that yoa afclne On morula from afar ; But. an ! It la my fondltt hope Though aelflsh, I matt owo That In aome modett, rfae-wreatbed cot. You'll ahioe for me alone. Tbe dancio-mater French, of course Think earnestly of matins. And aeeka aoma loTely widow with A bow excruciating. "Madame, za heart ia In te hope You lore a leetle beet. And eo zm way of life wtz me. iiadame, I Visa y oar feet I" Tbe actor qnotea from many playa...

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. — 8 April 1880

I m m m IStf eBii i h"5 She 2Xaustiij5 titl SOL. 3IIL,L,ER, . .Editor. TEOY, KANSAS: Thursday, : : : : April 8, 1880. The State Convention. The Republican State CoaventiOD at Topeka, lat week, resulted to tbo complete satisfaction of every genuine Blaine roan, anil fully ver ified the claim that a large majority of tlia ItepnMicaus of this State werj ia favor of the nomination of Blaine fur the Presidency. The Blaine majority was not less than 75, anil the fear was -rotiuilIeM that any portion of them would weaken, or palter.orcorneat to any doubt ful or half-way action. The President of the Convention was A. L. Ueddsn, of Butler Couoty , who, by his actiou, triumphantly vindicated himself from the charge of treachery or nnfaith fulness to the Blaine cause, preferred by the Eldorado Times. lie was firm and true. Although the content was animated and ex citing, those who were preaeut nnite in saying tbat they never saw a Convention in which all so well preserved their good humir. Fro...

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. — 8 April 1880

i u. i. i. i k li f i $ v faal patter. CHILDREN Cry for Pitcher'. Castorfa. They like it do- suote it u rarest; Mothers like Cutoria, because It elves health to the child ; and Phj-iiciam, because) it contain no mor phine or mineral. Oastoiia Is nature's remedy for assimilating the food. It cores 'Wind-Colic, the raisine of Sour Cnrd and Slarrhcsa, allays Fererish ness, and Kills "Worm. Thus the Child has health, and the Mother obtains rest. Pleasant, Cheap, and Reliable. CENTAUR LINIMENTS The most effective Pain-Relieving agents for MAN and BEAST the vorld has ever known. Over 1,000,000 Bottles sold last year! The reasons for this unprecedented popularity sra vldent: the Centanr Liniments sre msde to deserve confidence f they are absorbed into the tractors; they always enre, sad never disap point. 2f person need longersuffer with PAIN in the BACK, Pkhenmatism or Stiff Joints, for the CENTAUR Liniments will sorely exterminate the pain. There is no Strain, Sprain, Cat, Scald, Born, B...

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. — 8 April 1880

?! HEDE2FTIOIT LIST. COtTXTT TBEASUEER'S OFFICE. ) . Taor. Doxiruax Cocstt, Kaxiaj, S Uarch IS, 160. ) NOTIfE la 1erebar rJreu, that the following described lauds and town lots were sold far tbe Unt, fur the Tear W6. on the 4tti day or September. 1877 s that the three jeara allowed bjr Uw for tbe redetapUon of the same will expire on tbe Mb day of September. JMO. and ant" tract of land or ton lot unredeemed by that time, will be ouOTered to the purchaser byuxdeeiL EOBEKT FLICKIXGEU, - Coanty Treasurer. XiATVPS. IOWA TOTTSSniP. : i ff K? S H JohnPJobusou nnd lt I 5 1 II 11 tin do uud , IoU 3 i 4 a 1 1) HCJ JnoSBeelerJr wlifie 17 1 19 to 110 O do Dbrae 20 1 19 KP H2S Unknown ptae 36 1 II SO as4 do awqrae 36 1 II 40 6441 do Hft 11 1 11 143 164 33 HNSearer ae 21 3 19 ICO. 30177 KGee ptae S3 3 II 10 1!M Unknown ptwLfae 9 3 30 70 63 30 John Alfrey eat whfnwqrae 16 S 20 SO 1371 3 F Johnaon pt a w nr a w SI 3 20 4 821 TJBacland mid ptae 30 2 20 SO Sill Jamea Browning ptae 33 3 20 10 9 0s WO...

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