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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 4 September 1873

----- '"r ffiirF 4sar9-eas--tV . K t-tfT-f ita - - .- rr" iii i s -, , : -,- , , cr"r " I "ttt ViLl - . " " - J if I SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. - VOLXrafEXVIL-rNUMBER 1L! XT CEHJJSLKJT. Theyilerpl Awart lay whit. 3rw-nrtifc1riirtnrm '' J. I.., alv waUhlai e'er their net mom, Ouetitae ataMyed -0-t. Hyrfrl, sedate or wild i Br tares a playfal u Sammer braes, Or par aa Hiht or Ur lit Southern set i Serene, atrasge weiaaa-ehild! Vr bey. ay trcmblins atcr! Twaetlbprn-eteBereeoM, Tile Uaest S-wer-peU id the hdfa(t wold. Hi (sail mUeat are. ' They an bat two: a tall . . VyleaMraeeiraritha pae, -sSsatvaaeaa ra eeonts-C" HI aut Kelj 0! haaraaj UembUaj calll X ak oot wraltb or fuaa far Uwm, mj Jewel. DUdem aai wreata flaekta w k tb achlas fcrow Htft waw bcaeath. Ha cool it rTetcd limn. IakBotkntbof Ufa, 2Tor aartblj faonor. VTaarr are ta waja Tb rifled traad; oatafe tb world boit pralaa, Aa4kecaIUtrU. Xaak Botihattome Tbon aparo tbeca, tbneeb they dearer, dearer be, Taaa raia Co drerU...

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. — 4 September 1873

il lit Itl m$M $tM SOL. MUXEB, ... . Editor. TEOY, KANSAS: Jhuredaj, :": : September 4, 1873. Political W eeaeBt. The farmers have decided to caiii ConTentitra to nominate a County ticket, on the 20th of nis month, and express their determination to con dnct their affairs uninfluenced by political rings. They may think they are doing so, and perhaps they are correct; bat if the persistent and unre mitted efforts of political rings, aided l.y mem bers of Ihe Fanners' Clubs, who haTe no other interest in them than to make them the instru ments of these rings, can accomplish anything, the fanners ill find themselves made aacom nletelvfre Instruments of politicians as any cau cus or'Convenlioneverheld. There are men h do nothing else but glide about among the farm er, and Clubs, endronnR to prejndta. then r forestall their action relative to Df'Jf secretly arranging delegation, for the CIbV-bo, when in Convention. will be not the npto ., r.uw.r. tmtthe Joatrnmentt of the Politicians. Th...

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. — 4 September 1873

m pitta. "jibKeaiaaa Chi. g0. 1QU.TO lblx-Aer. trX'sLa',' ..TUIIIAO'UC1 r,yzentbouldbo -.0 poiuu .therwiae, the rate of 3 per year "S2w l?3th rubU1"r- lyear. tun 700 10.60 15.00 S&OO 7.00 1000 17 00 AM 40.00 $10.00 17.00 25.00 40 JO 71.00 4.00 7.00 10JO liOO 2S.00 40X0 TiDO 150.00 One Oban. . , ,. ,v. ,oeti"rU-.,iso percent. extra; and Jg? 2iSSU dSd ccunitic. AMble price. ..--..a Xoupsrrll make one square. All ftS&rftA!-" " e.m,ed f,u H"- i. rroniriil to be certified " will ,De $S$'- to addition to ther,-ular HrLwent .dverthwnent. t be paid for InrarlaMy In J,irr rn liatla dmp on short notice, a JICKXTH. d M. rCTTEKGIU. CO, Pk Row. Ksirniu" Br-?. St. Loi. Coot Com" i i-o, illicit. rr.... r-nrrx-rv dibkctobv. jwrrn feasroiri. Trrseorer Cosier Tcarr 2i.tr Clerk-CHACUBi ran-u.it iStrlct Clerk- cask Baowj. ityAttornev-IAriiM JOH5STOX V-Lbate Jn.le KUBMT WlIM. terc.fleede Ill-'.CAX MclKTWH. Ifnntrndent of Public Inatrnction D. D. Bolt Srr-L.T Hollam.. tjtTrysT-U-HCI WIUOX. SOCIET...

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. — 4 September 1873

1 Wt $im ni M string. THB 2ULE-ST0NE. Alan; the road, two Iriah lads One gammer's day were walkinE. And all ths while, with laorh and grin, la liTelr strain wore taHdaj About the blr-abont 11m stria. And who was best at dandst;: 'While at each pretty face they met. Their eye were brightly glandaj. And ae they atrode for many a inUe. And grew is time qnite maty: And now and thea, t rora lip to up They pasted the darling walakej. At lenris. a milestone, standhjf ebae Beside the hedge, they wi And itralzhtwiy sp to It they went. To cos lu lettera o'er. They read, and quickly doffed their hatt, TSllh aorrowoo each tie. Then lightly atepped above the aod. And tarned to leare the place. "Spake low, we're near the dead." erJed one; -HU grare well net be troablin t An old nan. anra,' 100, and HianaaeUaUleefrcmDsbUa. m isi Canning Scene. . . "Ah, Soke! yon ere ilch a Miek gal. Heigao I "Lai ain't yon ashamed. Jonathan I" "I wish I wu a ribbiu, Suiter Cosmay byonM lis to rnnnd that 'ere nice ...

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. — 11 September 1873

-r SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. r THE CONSTITUTION- AND THE UNION. TERXS-S2.00 PER ANNIJ2f,.IX ADYAN&. VOLUME XVII.-NTJMBER 12. TROY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1873. WHOLE NUMBER 844. She lleeMf pmitt u h r w tfMtt fflCim VOICE OF THE PESTILENCE. rilu poem w writteo In 1831. on the PPJ""fc & C&vrLima U. &u.t towwdtbe Western prt of Enrope.J SrcthlM tbe coarw of the Tale TOilU Hon, Bearing the ebMllyfona Rapid and dark aa the upeetTe bart, Wba it aweep before the atorml Bilefully bright, Uiroajh the torrid wgbl, aaanined meteir Ebue . Jleroely tbe uplrw of Tideanlc Area -Stir-ua on the aalpburuna air. Shades of tbe alain throajh the sarderer'a brain flit terribly and drear Shadowy andawlft tbe black rtenn-drfft Doth trample tbe aUmatpbere! But awifter tbaa aU. with a darker pall Uf terror aroumt By patav I bare ariaen from my lampleaa priaon SUto of the lilgh (W'a wraUO ' A deep-roice went from tbe firman ent. And it pierced tbe carea of earth Tberefwre 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. — 11 September 1873

fce Sfausas &IM. SOL. BIHrJEB. .Editor. TBOY, KANSAS: Thursday, : : : September 11, 1873. Tire Farmers aad Their Ticket. The BrpMica lias a rimxI deal to say about the proposed coalition of the "Cniefi party" with the lanaers, and all its uneasiness. seems to cen tre upon the contest for Sbcrifi. lint this is a matterof course; for the law-givers of the wing of the party with which the Republican runs, ha e long ago declared war to the knife npou onr pres ent Sheriff. As far as we are concerned, what we have to aay to the farmers, we say openly in the Ckief. We do not go about trytoft "in their meetings, picking out delegates, and fixing up slates for them. We have a perfect right to make sugges tions, and the farmers have the same right to adopt them if they approve of them, or to reject thn if they do not. This right extends to sng s gesting eandidates for ofllce, Am! stating their ' claims. "We un'dcrstaud the position of the fanners to . .he in favor of continuing men in off...

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 September 1873

ir j Lw. J ir tout gfettas. THe Kansas Chi SOI- MlSS"1511811"- e cnargeu, i u" 1 1 m& 13 na 1 6 ma. 1 mo. 13 ma. 1 6 ma. 1 1 year. COO 7X0 10.00 15.00 25.00 0.00 17.00 10.00 17.00 25.00 40X0 75.00 110.00 17.00 25.00 40.00 75.00 150.00 One Squre TwoSqnarcs Three Squares - - Quarterof a Column -. Half a Column 4.00 7.00 10.00 I MX) 25.00 tJSeBrrtmsrrtion. andnUper eunare for each eab- "ao3toi"intch.isrfS0 percent extra: and edit! advertisement, and I-rsomd communications. d DkbtUSi of solid Xonpsreil male one square. All IraeflonaofLalfa square snd over, are oonteda. .roll ""jlftlmnitm reuniting to lie certified to. will lie .liSSttTrSTrfSSs. ' """io-to th. regular TrsnsIrnt advertis-menta must be paid for Invariably In Z-Sfhn wnrlv of au hind done on hort notice, aa lhf..S2 ;m Xit. All Job Work most be paid for bn Uktn from tlie oftce. Af.K.VTM. R. M. FETTEXGILL i CO, 37 Park How, GEORGE 1. BOTTEIX&tlU 40 Park Bow are our only jHtb-riwdAdrrrtIinff.ciUlDtv Yirk. Fheffixu STirt...

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. — 11 September 1873

fee m ri tlxe flung. "snranr ski:w.l." "The SinpV SkewL" I P;,B'"ffl1n- s"r U'51J " 8r lied, for alnger. U an exceedingly UoEhU. nflalr. foun ded on the following rd, '" "reJodj equally gro- tesans 0. cbndhwds joys u 1 r gnite. A. lmrtn on mother a cale, leaUncsndy.&hlainouUi I U stock up north to eouth. Zither tSnI Uko tlto e. That I hain't tlnis list bcr to UU, "Bat IT he Unit kwftr phA Ho- nth"' P to iSlo skew. Coaxes 1 1U considered Tcry nice To skate upon the frii up ice, . .. Unless To chance to fall Leraback, & thereby eoi your head to crack. & when you e from borne to dins, A routed Uikey'sTsry flue. But still I think lu more JoyfuU, To go 0 o to sluiu skewL Sam think that nethin-"a 1 good, Aj edstere roasted, frledor stood. &. others think, tho pleasure mora. AaUdlnztnaeellrruore. .... 80 nm think this, ud uo think that, Dot all agree there'e greater sat- Xatetlon to be alwaje bed. At aiagin ikewL a 1 as"- sed. 0, aeet the breth of dooey morn, A blowto idly ...

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 September 1873

J,. I ki 'ivd vm mkfli I U SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AJTD PUBLISHER. THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. TERHS-S2.00 PER ANNUM, IX ADVANCE. VOLUME XVIL-NTOIBER 13. i TROY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1873. f WHOLE NUMBER, 845. l !mcc f ottrg. KEraMPSTCH0S18. There's aothioz o stranze. Pytba jcras. That too. my old Greek boy, Uememoer how, in former life. Ton foosht t the siegu of Troy Tor I remember kbiiir girl Beneath a tunlberry tree, IVhy, a couple of tbnoaan year ago. Verily, it mast be! For in the year that Carthage fell. Tell Corinth of loss renown: And I waa one of tha Boman hoat. A t tho asck of that famooa town : And when I had Baisaed my plonderfrj - work. Rested and ukrn mine ease, I climbed no Acroeorinth, to view Tho cltr Utweea tv seafe. - I aaw rarsaama; but, at the sight, I borst not into aong: I bare no muaie in my heart, 3o melody in ray toogne. Far east, tho famed Acropolis beamed In Pallas Athene a smile: I cased on the goddess, and. lost In love. Wondered and worshipp...

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 September 1873

hc IgaHSH &fcM & SOL. MHJLER, -- . Editor. ,TBOT,: KANSAS: Thursday, : : : September 18, 1873. A Calastropftc, with Some Observa - lions Thereon. The last WliHe CleoJ Leader annuoncos lt oira rjeuiiee, tor want f patronage-that It Ua4 been losing Ixwik, and " u,,t becn Wredated hy tlioso for mIkwi boneflt it labored. TbisXmmU aa foreshadowed to 31r. Yard, be fore lie loaned at White Clond, by a uumber'of persona J ere disinterested, and who were well acquainted itl tbcaituatinu. Bat be tuni rd a dear car to all such waruiiignudcr the con ce.tod"Woar that his advisors were in the interest of those who jVarol his mighty influence. -He luu gone to that iJhdol taught ty experience, and he has paid the usual rates oftuition. The truth is, he was iudnced to go to White Clond by those who had axea-.to grind, and apjte to gratify, and who wanted theicdirtr work done at Ihe expense of somebody" else. The confession has leaked out, that the inducement held out was that "Sol. Miller pu...

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 September 1873

n i . m, rv gnat pattcw. Th. Kansas Chief. SOI MILLER. PMito. Cozrzzua: n...M. vik. a ADTcr. Payment should be SlSSwta advance" , .therwlr. the nl of 3 per year a rfoirtf p1t c 3Ft.teg 1 n II Bo. 1 6 no. 1 1 year. tSJX 400 T.00 10.00 12.00 23.00 tsjo 17.00 10 00 17.00 25.00 40.00 TiOO 110.00 17X0 25.00 40.00 75.00 150.00 One Square Two Squares Three Square . - Suartrr of Column alf Column - - 7.00 10.00 liOO 23X0 4000 One Column ' v.- nv other length of time, to accordance with the . wl te whkh aprfy o-lr wl dvertllnS. F.VLe-al and transient advertisement. 1 per n,ore tor lie first insertion, and SO cent per nan" for each nb- !Dxwnii'JnM I"7 - t..nJ .editorial advertisement and pmwnal oanmtuiicatlous, ttae f eoM ITonparrfl make one ecmare. All friction, of half a square ani over, are eounteda .fan Advertisement requiring to be $ to, will be -charged tbe cost of celtifrlnf, to addition to tlie regular "Tranaicntsdiertiaementa must be paid for invariably in i-S-JfIB 'WORK of nil kind ...

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 September 1873

li I tl Ifec gn d &$ Wg- "ASIATIC CHOLERA." K sopped on dims snd cmbraf ' Aodcncmnbers BsbbT snd stale; And be drsnk twu buttfss of duct, AndsboUleofiejsle. jU dined upon im Ppl. Cbeess snd Ysnilla lee; Tho incUr Jar she emptied. And the fobster-sslad was nice. And thej-both felt nther pnorly. At the dicing of I ho dar: And the coroner's jury called It Asiatic clidcn. And nil tbe papers frothed l"Uh Display 'JT black sod broad. And the pines people msnndertd Of tbe " rroTidence of God." And so tbe world defies sense And Military roles. And calls the Creator a t jnot, Because tbe creatares are fools. Aa Honorable Ililchiag-Pest. "Hallo, yc- fellow wilh the pt n frocV,'' bellowed at. -ristocratic British officer, as be brought bis fiery steed to a stand iu frout of Gov ernor Chitteudeu's dwelliue "can yon iuform me whether his Honor, the Governor of Vermont, lire here!" "He does,'' replied the man, still Trending his way to the pig-sty. "Is bis Honor at homel coutinncd the man of ...

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 September 1873

k r- - t-- l-3te-. MJnBBBWBip'iKV :u SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. i TEKMS-$2.00 TER ANNUM, IX ADVANCE. TOLTJMB,XVIf.-r-3?fUMBER 14. TROY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1873. .WHOLE NUMBER, 846. 11 sa . If !- Choice 0 aa sWersfrfsM4 tfirfi SONG OF THE FOEOE. ivrrre below the "Sud of tbe Foe. spirited and Vow erf a I poem. Even couiiored with .Schiller.-, famous "boas of the BU" It rraalos unaurpaMed. Madj Tears o. it went the man J of the papers, tartins. we believe, Zm nwiwMfi Varanm. It then took a Kin Van Win. Lie s nap, preereL Tuiwever Id the admiring memories of xoe alien" ui,au.c ui"t"s .o jejuuc. It reappeared, atwnt a dozen Tears a Co, in .J he Calcutta Magazine, whence it as copied, as original, by some Ame rican journals of mere tate than reading we reprint It, to preeetTc it In our paper "for the lone day," as we hope. Obaerre, and admire too, the malrly TariaUun of the tone, 2n the p-nial drcriptioa of the future course of the food...

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. — 25 September 1873

s unguis, &wl 80L. 3tHX.IER, Editor. TEOY, KANSAS; Thursday, : :': September 25, 1873. The Farmers' Convention, aadTheir Ticket. The loDg-lookedfor event ban transpired, sort the deed is done. As we were one of those who had do rights iu the Convention, riot erea baring had tbe privilege of voting for delegates, we are free to support the ticket or not, as we see fit, and to express onr ideas of the Convention freely. Yfe shall proceed to detail the thing, as we saw it for we were there, from the time the first mo tion on thetemporary organization was made, to the adjournment tine die. Jalk abont ire-pulling! We never saw more of It at any Convention; but most or it seemed to be of no avail. Delegates came in the night before, and at once reported at the head-qnarters of a political ring, and were in consultation nntil a late hour, planning how to run the Farmers' Convention, and to beat certain men. By that veryjict, they nhowed Just bow ranch they cared for the farmers' intere...

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 September 1873

ft m v M prttw. T2ao Sansaa ChiQi. SOL. anLLER. FxxblUher. Torm: TmtvijMiTui.l'llTJL,ct FayiaentsnesJd be SlSfilTD: .theorise, tbe rate of 3 per jesx made etrktly to "TSj.VrrfM, of the Publisher. wm m cnarxeu, - One Square - Two Squares Time 5a,area -- Quarter of Colons Half a Column --.-- One Col man For snv other lrth ". to !""? ,- Oie above rates. apply ""I rrcniaraavrrusHis. "BlilDiJ-lrd.e4 5lawseTleaeJSaTeai. KrLexai and transient advertisements, tl per square lor the first tasertioB, aad M caU per square tar each eub- "tecial VotJcrs will be ciar--ed 50 percent extra: and editorial advertuemenU and personal cocumunicationa, doable price. .. . . .. Bret toes of solid Xoopxrrfl Bake one square. AD fractions oT half a square and orer, are counted aa a full "AuvertiseinenU requirinr. to be certified to, win be charred tke eort of eerufyms. fa addiUoa to tbereilar Transient edvertiseinenU Bait be paid for invariably ia CPMOB n"OKK of all kinds done on abort notice, aa Vrwsa tbe tim...

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 September 1873

8 &c Ifira irf tfo luug. AN JXEQY ON THE DEATH OP A MAD DOG. Good people all. of every aort. U ire ear nnio my fu. And If yon Bud tt wondn-na abort. It cannot bold yoa 'ODS- In Tdin;tnn. thm wan a man Of bm thr world misbt nay. That atOI a piBr " )l "" VTbcne'eT he wrnt to pray. A Vlnd and froth" heart lie had, To comfort friends and foea; Tli nnlnl erery day he clad. When be ot on Lis clotirca. And in that town a do waa found, Aa many doga there be. Bith monsreL puppy, whelp, and bound. And cura of low decree, Thla doj and man at firat were friends. But when a pique becan. The dog, to pun his private ends. Went mad and kit the Bum. Around from all the neighboring streeta The wondering neighbors ran. And awnre the .lo; liad lost hia wita. To bit o good a man. The wound it aeemed both aore and aad. To every Christian eye; And while they awore the dog waa mad. They awore the man would die. But soon a wonder came to light. That showed the rognea they lied: The man rrrorered of the ...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 2 October 1873

i J ' -Bs ! lie till re hi u T ft A in ft v - fev tteJil IX SOI. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. VOLUME XVIL-NTBIBER 15. hrice Itoetw. THE PAETINO OF SUXDZEB. BI in. RUUM. Thoo'rt bearing hence tiy rosea. Glad Sommer, fare thee well! Thou'rt sinciDS thy last melodies In erery wood and dell. Bat is the golden nonet Of thy last lu:eniig day. Oh ! teU me, o'er thU checker'd earth, IIow but thou pass d away I Brightly, aweet Summer, brirhtly Thine hoars hire floated by. To the Joyous birds of the woodland boughs. The rangers of the aky . r . Andbrli-aUyiniheTareata. To the wild deer wandering free, .And brightly, 'midst the garden flowers, To the happy murmuring bee. Bat how to hnman bosoma. With all tbeir hopes and fears. And thoughts that make them eagle wings. To pierce the onborn yearaf Sweet Sommer! to tbs captive. Tbon bast flown in burning dreams Of the woods, with all their whispering leaves. And the bine, rejoicing streams; To the wasted and the weary. On the bed of sickness boun...

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 October 1873

ansius lu& gOL. jnLLEB, Editor. . .TEOY, Thursday, : : : KANSAS: : : October 2, 1873. Republican Central Committee. Tbe call of the Secretary of one of the Republi can Cnnuty Central Committees,- rcqnestlng the Committee to me-t im Wrdnrsilay, wa not re sponded to, aud tbe, meeting is now set for next Wednesday, with a recinest for both Committees to participate. It has Jieen sugpM'ed that, in stead of holding a Convention, primary elections bo beld in the several precincts, for the choice of candidates. There seems to be an apathy manifested in the matter, and we are very strongly of the opinion that this effort at harmony and nnion has come too late for any good this year. Members of the Republican party have spent the last year and a half in working up schemes to kill off certain Connty officers. They bat e sneceded bnt too well, bnt have not effected 1he whole end desired, and now are dissatisfied with the result of the Fann ers' -Convention, and are anxious to harmonize and...

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. — 2 October 1873

f .v gfiMlll pttCtf. Tlx Kansas Chie SOL. MILLER. aPnblUher. Tonus" , tv. , , . , Tu. is AdvaxO. Payment should be -".Iff sAvu. otherwise, the rate af J per yasr SllUcbSr: SSSlSu- tf lb. mbUsher. ;BAtos: t no. 1 3 mo. 1 6 mo. 1 1 jew. 15.00 7.00 1000 15.00 15.00 40 00 17.00 10.00 17.00 31.00 40 00 75.00 110.00 17.00 23.00 40 00 75.00 150 00 One Square TwoSqnares Three Squares Quarter of a Column -. Half m Column "at fnlrtmn 400 7.00 10 00 1S.0O 25.00 t .... other length of time, in accordance with Oie bSe k which .pt ly to rezular advertlalnz. lnerardaots fees irr leas. a year. For Sol ud transient advertisements, tl 1 per square lor the first Insertion, mod 50 cent per square for each ob- "2SS'uiNoUi wfllbeeluirErfSO percent. extra: and editorial advertisements and pmonal communications, 'M'bt'liM of solid Nonpareil make one square. All fractions of half a square and over, are counted as a full ArcrUsenients requirine to be eertifled t will be charged tbe cort of certif jinc. I" ad...

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 October 1873

A QOOD TIME COHIXTCr, QTRT,B. There's ft good time coming, glrla, A goud Ume coming: Old maldcua mar nut nee the day, JSnt uttll shall Eire a fcmd hurrah! For the good time coming. Submission Daw shall aid oar canee, And make it all the stronger; TTe 11 wear the breechea by-and bj Wait a Uttlt longer. There'a a cood time coming, girle, A good time coming: Oar tongue shall supersede their rw. And women role, instead of men, Ic the good time cmlng. Voice, not force, shall rule mankind. And be acknowledged stronger j The proper weapon we bare got Wait a tittle longer. There'a a good time coming, girls, A good time coming: A hacbejor in all eves ihsll be A monster of iniquity. In the good time coming The lords of the creation then Shall not be thonjut the stronger, 2f or make us promise to obey Wait a httU longer. There's ft good time coming, prla, A good ume coming: We shall do whate'er we please ; For fan, the men we oft will tease. In the good time coming. They shall smile, nor dare ...

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