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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 17 April 1873

.fisaEIFl''siasw afitnir sK) iJLLER, EDITOR ASP PUBLISHER. THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. i TERMS-J2.00 PER ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. WHOLE NUMBER, 823. iyri.-yUMBER,43.l TROT, KANSAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 17, 1873. Choice fgorfqi. 'TnCClTY OF SOMEWHERE. vr J. K CTIIC Th. beautiful Citr f Somewhere Tint U lb narronnrtlBg air. II f.r the City of Smiewhre, Over tbe majic wa! .... Braron. Ufe-bark. upon perfumed tides, Tbe KAiubow-Und tor me! 1 to UntilM C.tJ "f Somewhere. Mm .'' W nor ruw rfds T 1T u beauty fureTer. Su 'wr fail nor ffmw cold. r r,i -U iW " pok-n wwwrtbe lisbt wind, blow UTri U t'-V f Somewhere, ftrrr to ma trie mm. " r thr P omed la to fcwtiAI Oty of Somewhere, s. ItrdM rr plumlns their wine, jlod ike tonioitintei! atmpher X it JI"t conrare tin 5a, jtnd o it w v to tbe derj-bii sea, " Tif lnr mT fins. rt iot h of .-1-lrti ilatcr. " S)M4rtnn and uinlly choir, With bvmn fnn in. catht-dral aUle, Cwokf rapture HVe tiii. Inspire Tlii choral strain fnun Smnewhere, Wfifl over tbe wa! I...

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. — 17 April 1873

rr- ww.'i hc ansa Chief. SOL. JIIIXER, Editor. TEOY, KANSAS: Thursday, :::::: April 17, 1873. Effects of the iHdlau Flicj. B thin time the, Aduiiuistratiou ought to be convluied that its Indian policy U a failure, and adopt sterner measures. When the petition of tbePieMdcutandliis Secretary "f th8 Iuterior, for the pardon of Iudiau murderers in Texas, i nnaBiinonly Trjectcd l.y the Legislature of that State, and bis policy U condemned wherever the public have been in n ntuatiou to experience its effects, it inJicnles t hat the people cannot enderse his four ears of failure to keep the Indiana pesc abfe by petting them. The advocate of the President' policy are Eastern visionary philan thropists ho have never sein au Indian; berev er the people have been exposed to Indian depreda tiuns, his policy has no adherents. The late murder t,f a party in goutb-Western Kansas, has beeu followed by a greater horror in Califoreli-the murder of Gen. Canby aud the peace Couimissiuuers sent to coax...

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. — 17 April 1873

1 ( :i? (i i M i- i -- i.t i .V - Delinquent Tax List. Taxes ofl72. "mXOTICE Is hereby given that the Uxee for the year lVlrouthe following lands and town lota, la now unpaid, and. If the ulx Be not paid on before the Vint Taetlar I J ( 18T3, I wllL on that and the next succeeding Jijyt the County TreaVurer-aBee. in Troy. Knu. j"" f n the ihX oVao much'of end. tract of lanJ "town lot as may be necessary, to pay the taxes. renalJ "? . unpaid Heron for said year. EiJSriEEi. Taor, March loth, lira. County Treasurer. IOWA TOWNSHIP. Owner.. Qr.S- T- A W BUkemore LoU lands T 1 J P Johnson Lota3and4 7 1 John II Ctt. e ftad J JHUtt I1 . - nwecrew l MS Mauck ptaw 10 1 Jacob Edwards ptw 10 1 Thomas Kay j " J James Dtche ahfao II I Thomaa oberwood J ThomaaKay nptawqrne l 1 - ptnene 15 1 n bf a e qr n e 13 1 " " middle pt a e IS I Jamea McCoy ptsptne 10 I CF Jennings aw J J JEPierce nhfawqrae 16 1 Ellas Wallace a bra wqrae 16 1 WD Heeler Estate wlifar IT 1 Mi Williams wptne 18 1 Travis Renin il...

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. — 17 April 1873

Owncra. " H WelTertOT M C Stealer OUrer Hamilton line Mwe John Cojjhe . jUiabetaWaldea Agtraoh STleldeZat BKaopP Bene Frank Trifxe jotaThomaa same ual SThomaa aame ; Lewta Geo Shepherd Unknown D Graham TftlkBewa um EAlwul lint HOI CTitema JVCoHiaa TJOkBOWB JaaHcTheceoa aame vu same WmJackaca. at ma SlUIlmin BDtiaitt same CFairiar Jens Cane X Clark MB Uakaowa BUB latec Ballard Jca Split JVote. 1 a f 1 3 iMftioim 840011113 It 4 s 45 7 s 1 s 1 1111 It 3 4 f WEST WATHENA. ABC Itol Itof 8 to 10 11 13 1 8 11 3 4 36 T 1 11 U ir 3 4S 1S3 mock. 30 80 Tax. T6 331 19 1M 33T 15 TO 13 30 879 11 00 437 3108 7C 15 70 33each27 32 33 38 33 33 38. 34 34 35 33 35 33 787 10 74 718 se 88 877 337 lb SI 402 408 18 eh 37 38 each 83 33 378 38 88 41 78 337 each 88 13Mch 73 Uch 73 13 339 13 73 13 788 IS 878 IS 130 18 -150 1 8 68 MeachlSO 1 73 18 etch 78 18 3 31 Match. 73 tleach. 73 81 433 Hatch 73 81 337 83 35 8MALLWOOiyi ADDITION. BSmallwcod 78 atch4 7 WHSuIml to . 38 at Clark . 8tah8 78 Taaa 337 BEIXEHOXT. ...

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. — 24 April 1873

fT t1 SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. - THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. i TERMS-f 2.00 PER ANNUM, IN ADTANCE. VOLUME XVI.-NUMBER 44.1 TROY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, APRIL, 24, 1873. WHOLE NU3H3ER, 824. Ste llfekw aaBa avSt fflllin ,tj? j&j ? Choice foctm THE OL.TJ MtlXtsV. BT W. K. DaVUeO. I knew an old miller in bovbacd, Wbo lived n the side of bill. In the eonnd of the falling "ters, And nib by a clattering mffl. I remember the low. ancient cottage. The dusterlnc ivy that clonx To the atatelr and oldea linden That over the gable him-. A pathway led down thnro;n the garden. And out through a latticed gate. That awong on its woodrn binges. With a aad and complaining grate; And on through a little meadow. Where cattle need to gram And a spring brook used to bobble, -y Through kmx. bright Summer daja. Till It joined the highway to the Tillage, That ran at the foot of the bill; And there stood the bourne of my travels The dingy and clattering mill. UowWlj it was, and so narrow! The raf...

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. — 24 April 1873

. "4- Mt. mm (Kfcutf. ' SOL. JOtLEB, Editor. TROT. KANSAS: ' Tkatsday; :::::: April 24, 1873. ' Tke Devil Lse. "". - Tli telegraph report are ladetfwtth crime " and horror. The Atlantic disaster, and UM Mu- , doc. massacre, were bat the prelude to a eeriea erf outrages sad casualties from all point of the comnas. AUreadful affair i reported from the town of Colfar, Oraot Pariah, Louisiana. A war exist there, between the white and black, growing ant of the political troublee. The negroe had aasembled in force, at Colfax, and entrenched themselves. TbeVbitea marched against them, 'charged their work, and dililged tbeui, when they retreated 'Ut the Onrt House. The whitea commenced au attack upon that,. wlienJhe ne- - groe hnng ont a flg of trace. Adetachment of . white approached the bnilding, iuanwer to -the Aug, whin the negroe fired.npon them, dan ""gerouriy wonnding several. Therenuan the '- white "set fire to the Court House," and aa the negroe came oat, they shot tbem, killing ab...

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. — 24 April 1873

Delinquent Tax List. Taxes of lftS. NOTICE labersby rf" rt"1 ""a ttm f?r. af "" lla m thofoflowing ""' " iBJ,ta.iU aow unpaid? If the s.k not ,d on or before the Viral Tweeatay ' 18rS I wilL on tht ud the nil aAmX'! J" Cf.n;S' Ikeroa for said year, aleealirar Teor. March IWt. IB" 'Oonnlj Treasurer. IOWA TOWNSHIP. Or.See. 8. T. Owners. AVBUlmm J P Johnson John H Utt JHUU Lola3alsd4 nefracl Lotl a w cor a w ptaw ptaw n uf eo abf ae 9 9 10 10 It 14 IS IS IS IS 16 16 IS IS IS IT M 21 21 a MSUuek Jacob Kdwsrda Tbomaa Kay James Dycbe Tbomaa oberwood Tbomaa Kay apuwirn j.t n e n e nbf eeqrne iniddlr pt n e pt apt n o aw nbf a wqr so a hfaw qrae wbfoe wpt no ahfae ehfae ac James McCoy C F Jennings J R Pierce Kilo Wallace VUBMlnbUto Ml William. Travis Renin Daniel Todd BoUrar Beeler CG J Beeler Joba Tarr J W Pace Bolirar Beeler CGJ Beeler Unkaown Bolirar Beeler C Dor land Bilirar Beelsr EPGwinn Col am boa Parker CJG Beeler 119 1 19 1 19 1. 19 19 21 no 1 nhrae 33 hfae !U wqr und 33 I a e or u...

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. — 24 April 1873

Owaera. XWilrertoa OTTerHamiltoa aame AW Tracy same John Comb. . SiiiabelhTTeldro A Stranh X FleMa Eat XKncrj), elm.. nnk Tria JobaTbomae urn us S Thome aw Jean Lewie Geo Shepherd Unknown D Graham Unkaewa uni ZAIward 1 0 3 It t 4 SO 5 90 1 CWuanMQ r 100 ft 10 II u union n l 4 7 8 t a 44 . 'I .1 i 1 S I I M It 11 tt 3 4 ( WEST WATHEKA. S2 S3 t2 a 23 Tax. TM 337 119 7 SSI IS 70 19 30 379 11 00 t 57; at oe .7 96 IS 23 each 2 79 3 7 t7 38 10 74 38 7 18 38 8 38 M 38 877 34 337 34 10 34 33, 401 JS 408 35 188 33 each 37 38Kll 88 38 87 38 88 41 TN JXCoUia TJakaowa juMcFkma am asm WmJeetaoa aave SIUHmaa B Default CPblriar John Canon X Clark - ana TJ&knowa aame IuaeBaUatA John Spit ABC lto It lto 8 tola 11 - 11 1 .11 3 4 38 7 .38 10 1111 18 3 43 e lis 337 Itxt 88 Ueach 73 13 each 73 13 339 13 73 15 T88 13 17 13 130 18 ISO 1 8 88 14 each 1 18 73 18aachl7 16 3 37 lleaeh 73 llaaah 73 U 433 XI eech 73 13 337 19 863 8H ALLWOOiy - ADDITION. HBaaaBwted 78 t each 4 7 TTHSaaama ta 3 38 al Clerk J ...

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 May 1873

HflL w SOL. MILLER, EDITOE AND PUBLISHER. THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. i TEBMS-$2.00 PER ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. VOLUME XVL-NUMBER 45.1 TROY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MAY 1, 1873. WHOLE NUMBER, 825. Choice ltoeftj. THE BtTRVYtiB. Br LACK- IVOKKI1.KK, Thw to be weddfd morrow ! Ifl twin roe pmrlind tnisM: IT tear. rrm my o f Tbevll not mk the P-t tonfint. TO call to my cheek rich Hushing, Tb b-ncbti-w-t brctte of pndej Mt eye uU dub brisbtrr and darker Mb tbo of bU beautiful bride. I win meet him with jiwmicrf teaming, 2r u(bt sbAll be read Id my tone. To tell that I mis the cair. The loTe-wwnla which nce were my own ; Mr fiucer aball aerer ,. Within bU wann cU-p. a of old, Tor the etla baa atoopr-d from bl eyrie, AUarvd by the IraniliiK of JeoM!'- Tbry are to be wedded to-uotTOw! Lat even, I aaw him paaa by. Bat bia Upa never parted to grwt me, I won nut a claoce from bU eye. O'er my own burning orba awept tbe laabea. Though veiled from tbe light by tnr band. Far I feared hr wrmM read. In tbe...

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 May 1873

She gfaiisui (SStM SOX- jniXEB, - .. Editor. TEOY. KANSAS: Thursday, :::::: May 1, 1873. Tbc Farmers MoveaKmt. Tbe uprising of" fanner seems to ba in earnest. It tt general "tbrougliout the entire West. Never Wore, a class, have they been to tborooglily worked np. If they keep .up the interest, and manage properly, they cannot fail to lecnra lin portautartvantages. It may notbe done through Oranges, or any other of the plana now in opera tion; but if not, it will lead to a plan that will meet the object aimed at. The greatest danger that threatens the move ment, is that broken-down political deniagnsmes, who have failed to get office, will take hold of it, and make the loudest noise, in order to ride into position on the popular wave. We already see the names of many sneb, prominently connected with tbe uprising men who have no more claim to be ranked aa farmera than we have to be a i?nlntianarv neneioner. We believe tbe farm er have sense enough to detect all such impos tors, and w...

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 May 1873

.oat glattctf. Tb. Kansas Chle SOL. MILLER 1'ubUmher. " """ i inn 3 mo. A ni 1 1 mo. 3 mo. C mo. I vrar. ! 1 : am coo ixoo now 4.00 7.00 10.00 ltXO 7.00 10.00 17.00 23.00 . 1 10 00 lSi 23.00 40.00 . 1 13.00 23.00 40.00 73.00 ' "" 33.00 40.00 7300 15000 One Square- TwoSqnares Three Squares .... Ousrtrr of a Column Half a Column Out Column . a V a!-. Ih Nihln wart f la 4lia lof the -insertion, and 50 cent !r -q-W for each ib- "ESiMl percent, extra: and edirial averOseuicats and l-THon-1 conmiunicati... HhiiiSi r,f solid Xinprrn mike one square. All ftJSLJftalf 4 wW. coanteda. .full eharcStbe of certifying, in ailditiuB to UierrsuUr "Tniiwirnt adrerliseroents o-t WjuMfir Invariably in "IfS-JOB WORK of all ?.? hort . lo!??a the times will admit. AU Job Work mutberil for wb UVrn fn-m the offif1. ACKTK. K. M. PKTTKNGILI. & CO, 37 1'aiV Itow, r.KOKGKI. ROWEIXAUk. 0 Park Row arc ur ly antburizdl AdrrrtiiincAcrtiUui ew lark.. . FHirntui STwtK. St. lui Cook, Com tat a. Co, Cbfcasn. DOMPHA...

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 May 1873

ihe f im of the Ilting. SUM VAKS1S TO A SXAIbY. Titfnsrepuxioncana'jkns! . Via ie the Isil.'ntlnln't Mnest thine, I exer Saw cu J ty itsrlf Int. a d"bUi lo Not and cam ill etrate a fain is a illnmi. or ", witlioat winkin. or seemia Ti) experience any particular pas. In the' diafiam. Stnopenjne Insi-kt; marTellnaanimnl.! Ton are so doubt serrn thousand years Old. and bare considerable of a FjiuI1t aarekin round tiro the tall Grass in Afrika, a ctin op little pier; ficrs and wisbin thry wsr Mgrer. Ton are the aame miserable derrle, I'll bet. that pot rldlekulo nnshnns - Into the head of Ere, or hi uckla, I Vest know which. I wonler bow bl too wn when job Wo an lnpbant about 2 fete long! I Kxurc tu wns a portr good elz. and Meed nn pbro, and lizurdai and polly. 17(i. and sicb like. Yon am bavin a nice time now, ennybow Don't bar natbin to da bat ta lay awf And etc kau and wrabbeta. and stick Oat jer ten j and twUt er tale. I wonricr if yon ever awallered a maa Without tatin awf hu bate...

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 May 1873

, r5BBBt"sfiX fne ( SOL. HIILER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHES. THE CONSUTUTIOH" AND THE UNION". i TERMS-SiOO PEB ASXUM, IX ADYAJfCE. i V VOLUME XVI.-NUMBER 4G.I Choice gactnr. "She U deail!" tbfy -tJl t h.m. "Come awy; Xuw br! and leave hrr! tLy lore U clajl" Tbey moothrf hrr triw f brown hair; On hrr foirbead of slune they W r ; Over her eyr, which fazwl t ranch. They drew the lid with gentle lunch; "With a crnUe tonch they clwed np well The wt, thin lips that had M-creU to tell; About her trows and 1-eat.tifo. face They tied her veil and her nurrue-tace; And drew on her white fct hr white ailk hoe TVhich were the whitest, no rje culd cboottc! And orer her bnaooi they cmpd her handa: Comeawayl theyaio "Godnndervtanda. JLnd then there waa SUence nd notMsg there But the Sil(nce-and scent of egUoUre, And jasmine, ana nwea, and rosemary: And they said. "As a lady should lie, lies she! And ther held their breath as they left the renin, With a shudder to glance at its stiUneas and luotn. But he ...

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 May 1873

6e $m ttti. gOL. MJBB' " .. Editor. TROY, KANSAS: May 8, WW. Tkwsfoy, . ur Cxeatsea Hr and tberv.to ttSttj,wewaperts op in defence of th et exempting mortpge r - .i i...A....u.l..a t. this? from taxation, una ot " -' i' - -y- that capitalist coold invest tbelr mouy In Got Moment bonds, at 7 per cent. interest which are not taxable, by !w of Crogrew, and therefore ttatinUtwtUeJear gain. Bat in Kansas, tbe taxes range from 3 to 6 per cent-, and consequent ly, in order to clear an mnch as they could get by inresting in GovermeBt bonds, they would hare to charge from 12 to 15 per cent, on their money, vi.k .k. im0 wonld have to pay; and fur thermore, as 18 per esaUii th highest rate of interest allowed by Knsa Iw, they wonld tare .- r . ntbar nbterfnraa and extorti&ns to rads the law, to T nothing of the expenaea of excentlsg and recording the mortgage, which the borrower aact pay. How.tbiatobeab. No man In Kansas eonld borrow money for lose than 10 per cent, eren if Mortgages wets ...

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 May 1873

foral gfottcr. Tlie Kias Chlmf. gOL. MILLER Iubliahei-. Term02 Acl-srcx1 I m 1 ti ar lino. 12J0 400 1.00 10 00 15-00 3.00 3 mo. 6 mo. 1 year. ti.00 7.00 10.00 15.00 17.00 10.00 17.00 25.00 40.00 75.00 110 00 17.00 25.00 40 00 7500 150 00 Ore Squara TwoSqnares Three sq-iarea Qnarter of a Column .. Half Colons S3JM 40.00 OpeColmnn.. m . lea ajHMinletijtA sav-srls asriak f of Se flrStoeertloo. and 50 cents per .pure for each sub- 1Jwk5& wDl be char-red M per cent, extra end dJtoWdTatiKi.raU and personal communtatiuiM. int'itee. f ua xonrrtn Mle r1-re A fracas of half, annata and over. are. counted as a fall "'SjfirHmn.ia renoirinc to be certified to, wBl be Jgv288& addition the regular Transient adveTtlsrinenta most be paid for InviriablT in "SyOB WORK of aU hinds one - n.!f ' ?i loVss tbe time, win admit. AU Job Work mn.1 be paid for wbea taken from the office. ACB.fTH. . ST, rjHHUfGUJ. CO, 17 Pai a Bow, A3CD GEORGE T. BOWTLLA-CO, 40 Park Re,,, ,re onr oriy antburued Adrertiel...

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 May 1873

She iw of the hmg. VWirVWlWW a. UEaHOS I! H'.STOsVY A.. B. 30. tt was a Bummer cTeulrg; Old Mr. Smith bad crane jrim Sea Franclteo, by balloon. Tj his suburban borne. "Where, by the (bore f KUmafh Lake, EU pletaare he u wont to take. He taw hi gran-lehnd Colfaxlne. WUle pUrtng t croquet, X11 something larre ud eiaoolh and round T her brother Henry CUT, And ak the young (port it be knew Where that queer palaxolc grew. The old mm Smith ttepped ipud took The relic la hit hand. And .book it tin it rittled oat ABlllrrtwoofaind. " TU some uv Modoe skalV quoth be, "TCno fell is the greet Ticwrj. "Sow tell n what tiras all about," Toung Hemry Clay inquired, THiOe on ber mallet Coltaxine Leased with a look inspired. "Come, tell ua who the warrior! were. And why tbey killed each other beret" "It wan the YaaVeea," aiid old Smith, " Who made the Slodocs run, Because tbey eoreted the lande Tbe red man hunted on. . It'a somewhat mixed, but all ipw That 'twas a fanuma xittory. -Mm. babea and women...

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. — 15 May 1873

-.7-C " -L l 4 5 --DITOR AND PDBLISHEK. ) THE C0NST1T U T10U' AND THE UNION. i TEBMS$2.00 PER AXXUM, IN ADYAXCE. 0LU3IE XVL-NPMBER 47.1 TROT, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MAY 15, 1873. WHOLE NUMBERrS27. i si s2L yK a. v - " bk, i m. ! .i.A aa .B ' MM a. V "TATBE CWV10 OLD, JOHJC. ITJ.Q A- WOOD. AJ wo wd I rr younj and Ule, tdl niui m.Ve hia load u IifiHt He usl tn Uke thf bnwt. John. At cradle and at plwitfh. And earned our porridge by the sweat TUt trickled down LU brow; Trt never heard we Mm complain. Wateerbitoilnehbe . N wl1 weIcome upon u " "" ABd om r boy-atrenrth came. John, AL4.turdycrewMchlimU T.ntirelbetmlwith him; , vr wrBt (wrrmoet in the awarth, ThiDi'lh,,raiD, Jlt like the jSb that beare. the aod. Or 0lip tUt brrra the main. Vow we nanxt lead the ran. John, TbncB w rather foul and fair, And ht ike 4d man red and dose, And till fcu eauy chair; Aod LeII U'-t tuind it, John, you knot-, Ateetutrll an or Thtmr trare old day of Brithh time. Onr grandlrr and the war. I beard von rpaV if...

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. — 15 May 1873

f&be fan$a$ Chief, AOX.'&CCXX.'ER, Editor. TROY. KANSAS: Tfearsday, :::.::: May 15, 1873. Ko "War Vpu Raili-oasls. TVe hare been asked why wo take sides with the anuria, la their war upon ralrosd. Oor re ply U, that we did uot know the lanoera were making war upon the railroad. We are anre that we are not. We have aaid a great deal in isvor of rallroadi, to encourage their building, and to seenre County aid for them. Railroad areanrcea.ity.and the public cannot well do witbont them. But karate they are a necessity, lt.does not follow that they ahonld be permitted te become mster and oppreeeora of the people. Partners area greater necessity than railroad, and tnnat not be crnhd to the earth that railroad may hum fortune. The aaying that the farm en are the bone and aiucw of the land, i often ned a Ip-trap; but It U neTerthele true that they are the lwue aud ainew. When the crop fail, when there i uo paying market for produee, when the farming interest i in "V T depress ed, ev...

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. — 15 May 1873

focal pattern The Kansas Chiefc SOL. MILLER Publlmher. Imo. 3 mo. 8 mo. 1JTMT. HJO 4.00 7.00 10 00 1100 ts.ro 700 10 00 15 00 25.00 40 00 noo 10 00 17 00 25.00 40 00 75 00 110.00 17 00 25.00 40 00 75.00 150 00 re Square TmSoiutm Three Squares ," '" ' ouartrrofaCoIttmn . flatf a Column ISS.00 I hi mora" "" .l - .... In arenrdsnee with the rr anr other lens"" ""TVLT.-r.jwtlJiiif. JS.-"dMffDU,"r,,,Mr"r"r,"e,,,u,v ""i'StS!' trill l-cmird percent, extra: and JCS?'SSS.U and !-- communication., doable pn&w , , x'nntwrril in-vlte one square. All SiJfS coun&a. .full qua'' , .. ninnr to be certified to. will bo S?&5j&i ta "a-1' tb,rtsul" "Snsient rfrrrtiacroenl. t I P-- ' lrlUy In 4l!S5.o trriPK- of all kinds done on abort notice. as tt-S - All Job Work mu.tbep.ld jEwbea ulen from the " ACK.VTM. ft. M. J-ETTKXGItL 4 CO. 37 Park Bow, - ra ER P T EOWELL A. CO, 40 Fark Row are our only "s. borlzed TjtdrertU.DC Ai-cnte in Tork. ... sroir. St- Louis. tiofcCooiCo, Chnaio. ngtirnM CO...

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. — 15 May 1873

s---w-mmmyw. ,-mmmmmma---- T - T- - 8ke Am 0! the Wg, .i-mM r. ),rw',afAywvv''Lr'.rj"u'j""srm M CAVTANJAti,'I,lle VEDJae.Jl- Ala "0n Jul." I'm Capta' J"k f " " Undoes, TVbo rrim'y it the OoTcnmii nt mocks. Enthrone among the Uvaxvcka i T """! Frlntepesti.f tbe army. J rveieatbM many wry nance, Js VTeary dance, weary dance; F r a ditty, enrage, red nuisance, I'm an awful pest to tlie army. Killing and scalping, and drinking nun, I slttgr. thought the best ef fna, Till th" soldier came: then off I ran. So a set to be caught br the amy. -Den t take bia heme!" the peace-men cried. Tie peace men cried, the peaee-taas cried; Andbard and ut the hasda they tied Of tbue cruel men of the army. , I tjCed them to my menntaln lair: The peace-men led town into Iheanare, la which iBUBaged to -tak the Mr" Of the btsreat man is the army. The country then did wildly hunt, V.i wildly shout, did wildly snout: "let these Indian scoundrels be 'cleaned out' By too hoys in Line of the army." I an Captain J...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
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