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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 18 December 1873

Of' r-f - HV " '' ''1""-. "TIl --! ' " - ',,awa'a'anaeevaeataaaaaaaa,,,,.,M. "Lhilier, editor and publisher, y THE CONSTITUTI01I.AND THE UNION. VOLUME XVII.-NUMBER 26.1 Choice f 01 TROY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1873. - TERHS-S2.00 PER AXXU3T, IX ADVANCE. " ODE TO WINTER. BT THOMA CAMrBELI- Tcvn fir, tfc firry Urf San 1TrbiUrrn iW. the Srawnt flew. JW i" r PI11 cinu 1 TV yBS Spnnj iimlled with ng-l prace j E.r MUDinrr, next drodD. ufal ito fcw " rrabrve: Urt- brif bt bair'd nire. who tade htr trp for rrrr nrarrtit to hU umiles, Ob Vtp oUre-fthadrd ti-rp. On Id.1i citrou-twver'd Wm. " rrtiMite iw brnom brow. The itattn of rinUce bow'd brfore hi umbi A rub pomrgrwutop'renird hcrcrownf A ripe abeaf boaoa ber one. Erf bawling Winter fll fT, j, bill that prop the Flr ntir. 4t lorra on drtr bnie car to ride, Tak barrrn darknt- by bin Mc, icstl the ibrre wbm toad Lofodrn fc fTtiitln r dnatb the nuring wbalri uh1 tbr ball wbcre Kouic (hlfa Howl bin wit-mds to the palri Stt h-n ado tn ...

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 December 1873

ttc f&wsws hyt SOL. MILI-EB, Editor. TBOT, KANSAS: Thursday,!.: : : December 18, 1873. a move la the BlgM DIreetloa. We are glad to know that a beginning has . mado in Com-rcss to recall he Mow delt at the conntry press by ibrlsutCoiign-ss. Wo learn from a private sonrcc, w mm we uecra rename, that last week, at tlie Brut meeting of the Com jnitleeon Post Office, ami Pout Roads or the House, Congressman Cobb, of Kansas, opened the hall by moving the reference of all bills relating to the franking prhilrge to n sub-committee, consisting of the Chairman, Mr. Packer, of Penn sylvania, Mr. Pope, of California, ami Mr. Ran dall, of Pennsylvania, with instructions to pre pare oiibatitnte embracing three propositions, viz: 1st. A section providing for the free circulation throngh the mails of all matter printed by an thoritrof Congress; this section to be carefully guarded, so as to operate solely in the interest of the people. 2d. A section providing for the circulation of weekly news...

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 December 1873

uti prttfltf. "bSssas Chief. OI. mili-er Publisher. ...- V- SS t -SSKllifa. Publisher. Jfl he chars1. """ , 1 mo. 1 3 TOO. 1 6 mo. ) 1 TOT. tua s.oo two 110.00 40V 700 1000 1700 7j 1 iojx) i7.oo aoo iooois.oos.oo woo 15.00 SJ.00 40.00 ' 7S.O0 3100 40 00 7S.O0 130.00 Tlr,s.iiiarea fijifaOhm"' ., r-Jmua " .v., tnth of time, in accordance wit: rr any "".T J?iS. 1, fa. rffnlir advertUInr. irlth tbe ,Weni.K''rZ,i1, ts.year ""v3Z will h charged ! extra: and J3 -ruirnt. and !-- rommunicathn... p!!: ..f solid yP"nB ,,: enesrinsrc. All EJ" "?h.if i ". "Mn,cd " fo11 erscta !" i rrooiria- to lie crrtilled to. will be 5?.'r2SSv6e. h. addition., thertjular lirr " "jtaMfl advei rtwrmests moat It rU fa- invariably in TIBTC 2Bffl-JLJ an7trrtSte,iu IT IcsTM SSStA- ft- .. ACKXTH. . ffflffM ; " - eniKCER cnWTLLJtCm, 4X Park Row. are our only 'SStoS fad.ertl.ins Apart, in Xew kork. ...... srsM. St. Louis. fSicS.CU,Cl.lais iioIIIAW COWTV DIBECTORV. jrfj.ll Judicial Di.lrlcJ-1. I- '-","'-. -. lintr Commb...

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 December 1873

Ilic m ri ihe Inug. ; .fir Ihc gmm THE OLD OEAHGEE'S FATE. If ear Ike tracks of a railroad newly laid, A farmer leaned cm hi earth worn f parte; While hia luni were liista. and bin emus were dim. The charge for frrixht played the draco wlih bum 80 he growled a prowl at Hie train, aharp dm "111 Rather j 00 in. 111 gather yon in! MI hare borne yon long, and hero I awow Ton railroad to brat, -nome war, or bow; I will get np a law, by the grrat burned owl ' To cut down your profit, and make yon bowl 1 And bnt Iittlo or nothing 111 ahlp from bin Of huarded corn, UiTve gathered you In! -Wo will rise. In our Graniea, b-.M and fire. And -Down with freight'' hail onr war-cry bej Not a nartian crew, nor a party back. Rball help as In gain onr birtbrisbt hack; FortlieUttlelaonr.tolnoorwtn . Well gather them in; well gatrartbem In! Now. a jannt politician came that way, U'erheard tb old man-, angry "! And he gare t M bead a knowing screw. And cried to the Granger. "Count mo tool With a thoajht ...

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 December 1873

,H "Jfl Hi V i SOt. 3HLIEB, EDITOR AM) PUBLISHER. THE CONSTITUTION AND THE "UNION. - TERMS-S2.00 PEB ANNUM, Uf ADVANCE. YOLUME XVIL-NUMBER 27.1 TROT, KANSAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1873. , WHOLE OTMBEK, 859. '"""' ' - - - . ' " 1 tfc fc'V B I T t l U 1 I Choice fudrg. A CHRISTMAS HY30T. BT LFKZD DOXTTT. ' It was tt calm and silent nlffht. Seren hundred years aod fifty-three Bad om been jrowinc op to might, And now trai queen of land and aea. 2f aonnd was beard of clashing wars. Peace brooded o'er the boebed domain ; JlpoUvUA. Jv " Held uadistarbed their ancient relfn, In tb solemn midnight, 2 Centunea ago. ITwaa In tho calm and silent night Tbe Senator of hangbtj Borne Impatient urged his chariot's flight, Fromlordljr rerel rolling home; Trlompaal arthra clraaihig swell Ills fcnaafc wjckTHtagbta oC bocndlea away: What rocked sue Ijoaan what befell -A paltry province far away, Jn the solemn midnight, Center! c agof 1711010 that nrorince far away. Went pioddlDg home a weary boor; A at...

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 December 1873

Mt ausaisi $hiet SOL. HUXEB, Editor. TROY, KANSAS: Thursday, : : : : December 25, 1873. Christmas.. This is the Jay fixed upon by those, who know nothing about it, as the anniversary of the birth of Christ. But it is accepted and observed as such throughout tho Christian world, it is jnst as well as if tbo dale were positively known. If properly done, it were well to observe tbe day, even a an ordinary holiday, if no for no other reason. There are many pleasant associations connected with the day, coming down to us from past centuries, that should be held in memory and observed for centuries to come. As a prin ciple, it is not well to enconrage or perpetuate superstition; but there are pleasant and harmless snpesrstitious connected with Christmas, that it would be a sin to dispel. What, for instance, has given znoreexqnisite delight to the young, than the myth called Santa ClausT delight in antici pation, and delight in the enjoyment of gifts sup posed to be of his bringing. Much of...

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 December 1873

:; If , m gfettttf. Thm Saoig8i Chif; SOI. MILXKRTgpmIer. made strictly in advance; thfnri?;ibTSff1,i:,3',,TJtl" will be rtarged, t the dlsersttai of the PabUaher. LA-P-Qg'iTtg 3Ftto 1 mo. 1 3 ma 1 6 mo. 1 1 year. One Square.... Xwo Square.... Three S,tire Quarter of a Column. . Half a Column One Column ASO 4-00 7.00 10.00 15.00 23.00 H.00 7.00 10.00 15.00 25.00 40.00 J7.00 10.00 17.00 33.00 40X0 TA00 110.00 17.00 33.00 40X0 73X0 130.00 For u; other Ieajti of time, ta aeeonUnee with the bore rate, which apply criy to regular adverUaiB.. nuinerdolsnnrswletf arear. yvr Lenl and transient advrxttaeroenta, II per square for the ttrst Insertion, and 30 eenta per aqnare for each eub- '"Speeial Notice will be charged 50 per cent, extra; and editorial advertisement and personal comtnnaicationa. doable price. Eight line of eoliil Koooardl make one aqnare. All fractions of half aqnare and over, are counted aa a foil aqnare. Advertisement reqiUrinf to be certified to, will be charged the cost ...

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 December 1873

5Irc mi of tfte Mug. NEW GRANGE BONO. It is an s&dent fanner. And he is one of three ; He aaid to the middle man : " We hare no need of thee. "This nun here mate a hia rlotli. And sella tt unto me ; He buya nr wh-at, aDil thna we aaTe The alice that went to thee. " Your eyea too dim are crowing; Get apeetacles." aaid be, MThat yon may aee some higher grade Of wheat than number three!'" The cunning middle man Landed out "Ilaha! te-he! V non your hack 111 atand. and fill My pockets from the tree, Then turned that ancient farmer The middle man about And, with eomo worda of kind ad nee. He gently kicked him out a srso-smosoNO. Break, break, break. On the cold, gray stones. Ah, me! I would that my li could matter The thoughts that arise ao free. Oh. well f r Tremaine and Don Fassos, That I cot but fouryeara to a day; Ob. weU for the -rood and true" Jury, That they falthfally earned their pay! And the Hudson boaU go by, To the landing nnder the nill : And, oh, for a weed of a Spanlan ...

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 January 1874

WjJwcir- 111 r r Lf 1 11 SOL. MILLER, EDITOE AM) PUBLISHER. THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. ( TERHS2.00 PER ANNUS, ET ADVANCE. l VOLUME XVIL-NTJMBER 28. 1 TROY, KAjSSAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 1, 1874. .WHOLE NUMBER, 860. fifate g 0ettg. THE DEATH OF THE YEAS. bt ozoscs d. razsTicx. Llat! lut! what fearful tone was lht which raw Upon the wind of mldniebtj tnrt.M3nd xSl knell o'er earth f..r the Pjrted year; Yet when IU last breath wssed Into the void Of the bv-eoae eternity. I . Echoed within the chambers of bit son! A sound, perchance the shadow of a sound. Wild, etranre and dismal. It were s wall, A low and blended wail, from all the grave And aepnlchrea of ocean and or eartn. Upon the stilly air. Oh. it was not The solemn voice of old Eternity Uttering one cry. one wild and deep lament. For hia dead child! The Tear, alia! la gone Forever from the world! "He seemed too strong. Too mighty e'er to die. He laid bla hand -On breathing millions, and they sunk beneath The green trass of the ...

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 January 1874

'mh gattsiaia IM sol. axnLEit, . . Editor. TROY, KANSAS: Thursday, : : : : January 1, 1874. Wew Tear 1874. This i the first day of tho Year of Onr Luri, 1S74. Brit why It is cotnpnted from this date, w neer could understand, notwithstanding all the explanations that hae been given of it. If Christ was born cm Christmas, why not make that the beginning of the new ycarf He was circumcised, according to Jewish custom, on Hie eighth day, which would be New Year's Day. U Le was Oar Lord, was be not snch from the day .f birth, as mnch as from the .Uy "f bis circurn cisionl Bnt the Jews rejected bim, voted liini an impostor, and crucified bim. VHy, then, compute time from the date of tbia Jew sh rite! Or, why not recVon from the date of bis laotisim by John ! Not that it gives us the least concern, but we throw out the suggestion for those who are in the habit of solemnly and learn lly telling the public all about the Lord, and his reasoi s fr doing all that he does. But this is New Year's...

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 January 1874

;i r Taa pitta. Th.e gaaaag Chief, SOL- ulLLg' FnbUhcr. t.. , tiae. I Advascx. Payment should be ,?E.dvueei .tberwise, the rate of p per jar SmtadSpS attff&f- of the Pablisber. 1 ma. I a to j. 1 6 mo. 1 1 year. 3J0 COO 7.00 10.00 13.00 23.00 15.00 t7-M 10.00 17.00 2ZM 110.00 17X0 25.00 U 75.00 150.00 One Squsr ' Two Squares Three 8,nares..-. -----Quarter of a Coloma... Half aCohuna 7.00 10.00 13.00 25.00 40.00 TiOO 40.00 One Column. " -it. . other leaith of " ta accordance with the above Uchwlyonly toreradvertislae. iSlnclsrdsotSluiescrlrasJSaTear. Wot Leal snd transient advertisements, Jl per aqnare lor the flrst insertion, and SO cent per aqnare for each sub- SeetalSotlS'irmbechareedM percent, extras an i editorial advertisements and personal communication, lsicbtPUnes of eolld Nonpareil male one sqnare. AH fractions of half a equate, and OTer, are- counted aa a fall Illvcrtlsementa requiring to be certified to, will be charged the cost of certifying. In addition to the regula...

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 January 1874

Wm im uf fat Siting,, A BOBBOWTUI. UZBIO. ST JOE JOT, J. Jobs Spriggixie Iored the widow S, Asd ferner hand be aned. And prayed bf'd be the widow who'd Resign her widowhoods And all things for ber cake he'd do. That erer cunld be doed. He said foTbei hi heart did fcearo. Aa it had nerer bore; And U the did that heart deceire. As it waa ne'er deavre. He then would be compelled to grirre, Aa be bad nerer grorc. He aald bia peace eonld not abide Away from ber abodes Ilia Darning lore he lis would hide. Bat it would not be bode; It would through all the (mure slide. Aa it had alaaje glode. Said he: "Mr dear, of too I think, Aa no man erer thank; I think yoor eyes, whpn they do blink. The beat that erer Elaak; They bare the awectust. deareat wink That ererytt waa waak. "The brightest month I erer aaw. Or an r nan baa sawn I Thoae lipa, oh. I would like to chaw, Aa lipa were nerer chawn ! One kiae from them my eool would thaw, Aa it waa nerer thawn." He thong ht the eosga that ahe would t...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 8 January 1874

SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. THE CONSHTUTIOJfcAND THE UNION. i TEIUIS-SS.OO PER XSSUX, IN ADVANCE. : f V i I be. LW ss VOLUME XV1X--NTJMBER 29.1 $Iwtcc AK OLD YEAR SONG. BT OUTEB WK5ItLL HOLMKO. At. thnwzb the furet, llam.re. Br chill Xirtrrmber. Utc I traredf A lonrlj nilmitrrl f the wood Vw nincing to the Milltndri I lorrd thy n-tule, thu I aid, When o'er thy perch the leave were spread ; Sweet wm thy ns. hat weeUr now, jliv carol on the Iwifcle booxh. S'io, little bird! thy nte shall cheer The aadoes of the l tog ear. "When Tloleta pranked the turf with bine, And morulas tilled tlirlr cups with dew, Thy slender Tic with rippHnf trill. The budding Apnl bowers would fill. Nor pau its joyons tone away, When April roandrd lata Mar; Xhv life shall hall no second dawn bins, little bird! the Spring la gone. And I remember well-a-day Tby fhll blown hummer ronmleUy, Aa w ben behind a 'brotdered ncreen Nme bftly malileii King nmteen i With answering Dt4e the woodland rung. And every ...

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 January 1874

ait.! SOJU MUXEK, Editor. TROT, KANSAS: '.Thursday, : January 8, 1874. Another Fallen Saint. For several yea" past, there hare been reports affecting tie integrity or Gen. Howard, of the Freedineu'it Biirean. Bnt they were not generally believed until lately, when It was officially an nounced by tbe Secretary of Tar, that there i. A deficit in Howard' aKonnt, to tho amount of $273,000; and there U but little doubt that he is a defaulter to a heavy ninonut. The loyal people of the conutry had almost nn bonudel faith in Gen. Howard. He was one of the best General of the army, and did noble ser Tice thrt-nghout the rebellion. He also manifest ed great religious zeal, and was denominated the "Christian Soldier." Siuce the war, he has been at the head f the FreedmeiT Burean. Within the past two or threo years, much has been said about "Christian Statesmen,'' in way of derision. Those who have used the term, have been regarded as lacking reverence for Christi anity, and of sneering at Chr...

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 January 1874

II " b!.! iS- ? 9 uA pattern Tlis Kansas Chief. SOL. MILLEH.'Publl.her. Twn Iknuill TUL IS ADTASCX. ryment should be JSl.MtidTacr- stberwlse, the rate of 3 per year Sntat&rl a?S?dur.tio of the Publisher. a gi-p-eirtlgln.s X-totoa: 1 mo. 1 3 ma 6 mo. j 1 year. . leuo ... -I - ... I 7.00 I 10.00 ... '15.00 ... I 25.00 tlJOO 17X0 10.00 17.00 25.00 40.00 75.00 f 10.00 17.00 25.00 40.00 75.00 150 00 One Square Two Square Thrre Ss,nsre - Quarter of a Column.--. Half a Column 7.00 10.00 15.00 S5.00 40.00 One Column. !- 4ms In t-iiatsrlvtis- wHth tim Bustae-card. ot3uies or le a year. For Lceal and transient adrertisements, tl per square for the llrit insertion, and SO cents w eqnare for earn sub- talXotkwmbetharsediO percent, extra: and editorial advertisements and personal communications, doable price. ... . ,. . .,, Hrht lines of solid Xonparcil make one square. All fractions of half a aqnare and over, are counted aa a full Advertisements requlrinc to lie rtl8ed tn, will be caargrd 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. — 8 January 1874

Site f nu ri tlte Sluug- SERENADE OP FAB2IEB DONNidLLY. Oh. come, my love, so live with ma t Ami keep inv cottago In the glen, Aa patient aa the bumble-bee. An buay aa setting ben. Jievml the vermicelli row. t hr the bull-rros S" again Thecacltcof tbe Irhamewe The bdhnr of the Berkshire Ltd. Oli curoe. lore, eonie! the morula fair; ini celebrate. Uie day with tfcec: III merrby die lie Bartlett pear.r And shake Ibe ruU bags ago tree Oh. hump yooreelf, nT levely Poll ! Ana ID me aaw w aM-Hs"ui "WoTl mulch tbe turVeya in the A nd in tbe cauae of anli mnuop. roll mulch tue turaeva in vuo xau. And grail tbo lung dam on the hup. Jly tweetd! I am fond of numb. And thou wilt oft some oat for me; Well early mw tbe currant buah. And tap the cranberry -jelly tree. WH pun the wool from off tho calf. The cotton wood IU fleece "ball abed ; So at tho Winter will we laugh. And gaily weed the 03 ter bed. Well blithely hoe the Winter wheat t Well ebaae tbe egg tbe aquirrela lay; And when the Danum ho...

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 January 1874

HJnrf' I v v i Ir 1 R r; r Z. - SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. J- VOLUME Xm?-;NUMBER 30. i ltricc ueftg. WEE "WTLUCE. f Here U wmetlibs to atir tbe heArt notftea the eye. It la copied from an old Mapaine. As we read it, again and again, we think how manr a parent a heart baa throb bed, bow many a par-cut' eve bath crown dim, while pana Inr orer these Terr toe. nd lionat memory oyer the dear ooea, and noungwch well-known face, who hare lone minct been bid in the grare. Farthee well our laat and falrent! Dear wee Willie, fare thee well! He who lent thee, bath recalled thee Back, with 111m and Ilia to dwell. Fifteen moon their ail re r lustre Only o er my brow uaa cuea, When thy apirit Joined the aerapba. And thy dust the dead. Uke a snnbeaKi throngb oar dwelling. Shone thy presence bright and ealnij Then Cldat add a seat to pleaaore To dor sorrows Iboa wert balmt Brighter beamed thine eyes than Summer; And thy first attempt at speech, Thrilled our heart-strings with a rapt ore 'JU...

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 January 1874

S'nc $m.0n$ eiiicf. soi. mixjlisr, jsattoi. sasoiwsasiasvaswss'e. TBOY, KANSAS: Thursday, : : : : Jaiinary 15, 18?i. Chnngc of Coaatjr Officers. This week, the old pet itT County officers pave Xip their places to t lie new. It is common to flit ter men just coming into iwwer, lio Jive favors to dispense; but we are sure tli.it vrc can lie ne cnied of no wlfmli rtmtlve, if vc also speak a Word in favor of those who are Ruing out, and 'who no lougrr havi favors !o dispense. The office of Uuiiiiiiissiriiirr is n Iianl and lhr.uk less one, Willi very inadeqnato pay. n.mjnirei careful raanageineut to conduct tbo affairs of a County pmpeily, and then a larp) "linHKirlinn of the people are not satisfied. Messrs. Blair, Ran dolph and Steele have certainly Ucn faithful in th. dieiuarge of their duties, and we believe they were always actuated liy honest motives, and a de&ire to promote the; best interests of the Coun ty. They have, luanascd carefully, and the pub lic interests baio suffo...

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 January 1874

g!S5pttcw. -1- TTftTisas wniei. 1 un, 1 3 ciu. 6 mo. lycar. "So" tiOO ' . M , 10.00 n-t.Ciaar oo 1 .00 1000 17.00 ,2are - 7.OCIH0 0O K-OOI &00 JineM". 10.00 liOO 2iu0 j 10.00 u&Jot - - - .eoordsnce with the i";S:l,crDl'I,,'r"q",re "!..-tili"erti"n- ., . ivi nee rent extra: and " .IViJJITR .1..I-"- --. " 1 m.,,,iiiu-.tlm .i..Ll.e ' '" "; t .nnnnirati' .m..-- . .4-Txibu ....... . .l.Laul a!"4-- we. rf-ju s-F-.-ibrafir All a fall tJ,vi.jt.!f "i"" M"1 """" rtnir . . . I sae-fift.Mli til. prill be StDrt ""l"ln 'V ........ ., i.. il r.abr iJtl c.tfcrttllyin T-itJ" '"" nt ,1a niui-t " pa" ""r " "J J"2T,m woek ..r.n kind. V'rrfT-S rrjw.":-n -.!i. aujw "ni'w'"u fcf?R!Kft:iIrfiM. imi l jLrt"" AGI2TM. nrrrr VOWKM.it"- .ISrV . -'y .IWinJf ,l.ri...-.----r IxrtitR. ,, t, Cou o a I a, 1 1 l.Waj. p,MIH.l COrSTV DIBKCTOBr. Ji--Iiwfj ViJircsurf. imwwr- ;:i,xTTrt. IIZhCK v-rvia r.-1: imxre. rSi""-1'' M. Joiu.Ti.t. ?T Vi3lwJ-Ai rBT II IEX. ot! ..f 1'uUic lutn tiuii-1). I). Uo.E. .sorirrr viuect...

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 January 1874

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