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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 22 January 1874

V. C r 0fWf fr i: u f; N l SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. J- VOLUME XVn.-NT3HIBER 31. ( Choice iWMVlVWWtAWWU THE LABORING TffATT. T WILLIAM CCLXJK BBTJLVT. I walked beyond the city bounds, Along n onfrfanenta way TheamalUnncaltlTated crouDtl Of porerty before me lay. A fence of tarf tbe txt anrronndaj The poor, lone cabin was vt clay. Twaa aannet, and its parting libt, With golden lustre, bathed the west. Bat teemed to linger in iU flight. To choer the Summer day to real; To gladden lalxr' weary aigbt, Like hope within a darkened breut. It melted till the TwtUai crept - - K K With gentle step to kins the scene, , And tbe soft breath of evening swept It incense throngh the foliage green; The bird had ceased its notea, andslept. And all was silent and serene. A form within tbe cabin door. In poor and simple garb array'd ; TVilh face of care deep farrowed o'er. Ixmk'd out upon tbe gathering shade. "He never lingered thus before," Sfee sighed, and bitter grief displayed. A moment mo...

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. — 22 January 1874

.!!. nEFIXCTW.VS, time when no qat'M cocstueuce. Ui8 Mter tuMme ,"7 pirft, and the fervor u .the unrlmoM of pW P afe ,,,,, nfpartrauacl.cnt,tu uotBjkey , butanrelynutorcd. . i . exi8U come 'heu poUtlpI 1 ' dewdoplnent of Tya,nrhcille;alongl1t to & main teined. Tbey on" enlizbtene.l prowess. & E?7'tow&r tod iu Hanie. or however ho ?r;,07,r"r of achievments, can long 22?J1?M Helton, of imperative dnty. survive re rnth amply vindicated by onr bijtory, ,:U ths most san-mno bones It Is the tn; 5bi. fci oTrt.Srrion and the Slat. Party of tneiuinn:"' ' f 1)eoj,l who JSSw'und are .ia.J.M. to them for violated trosls. if.corairg together at Iwrtod wkeu an ui.ni.a.1 fermeuiittion for re fornf prerades aU parties, and threatens nil. you BUafl succeed iu establishloB a sounder code of OTblle polier, in orderin-j a more errallablc dUtri CtonStbVpubl.cbBr3enaDdfu calculating and fuatcring a proper rward for the varied inter ettsof the Commoiivrealtb, according to the mer it end the ne...

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. — 22 January 1874

I w Jorat patters. T2a Kansas Ohie SOL. TMlIAetC lbUahor. ..... .... . v. tir advamcz. Payment ahoulJ be will be charged, t the durretion of the r-uNUier. ox-tljglas 3Ea.tog; ,A rfTTf il mu 3 rao. 10 mo. I year. MJO j.00 1700 11000 4 00 7.00 10X0 17.00 . 7.00 10 00 11.00 35.00 10 00 12.90 25.00 40.00 1 15.00 SU 40.00 73.00 125.00 40 00 71.00 130.00 Oae Squire Two Square Three Squares Quarter of a Column Half a Column One Column For any oilier length of time, in accordance with the aboS-Eua, which apply onlr to rgnlar .rfvertiain.- Business eirdsol 5 fine c less, p a year. For Leal and transient advertisement, fl per quare tor the Brit Insertion, and cents per aqnare for each ub- "tiUedil Notice!!' will 1 charged SO percent, extra: and editorial adrertiaenirnte and rsrsonal cumniraleationa, EirttPline of aolld Xonparvll make one aqnare. AH fraction of half a aqnare and orer.are counted aa fnll Illvertiaeineote requirlne to be certified t will be charged the coat of cerUfyiue, in addi...

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. — 22 January 1874

- $ltc Jim of the siting. A SEASOKABU PHUAUxmtOPIST. " What does he 4" "hen aidewalke glare, And every brick seems but a snare To catch the pawn- nnawaret lie spreads bU ubB. Am! when aWim town we creeping go. And treraUrag tread a tottering row, With honest features U aglow, lie spreads his ashes. I,ong tnT lie lire, that man of ml ! Filled be Ma bin with red hot coal. Till hslos rroini 1U saintly poll. We spreads bU asbes. And srbm be leaves this world $&" And wifsarim death serenely t May ttas Ve brsnl. and naught besides -react U ku aeXee.-" OINEEAX C. (TJSirXNQ). BT JAMS KCMtU. tOWIU, It "MCtlflW WraBS." He'a ben on an sides tbet tire idaccs or pelf; But consistency atlll wni a part of hi. plan He's ben true to ene party and that U himself So John r. Robinson, be Set be ahell Tote for GIneral a GIneral C. he goea In fer the war; IJe .lon't valy principle more n an old end ; Wot did God mate na raytlonal creetor fer. Bat glorv at' gunpowder, plunder an' blood I So John P. Ro...

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. — 29 January 1874

JP)HIA rir-A ;''r"' 'wmi if if vdHjBfl3ESHF SOL. MILLEB, EDITOR AND PUBLI8HER. THE C ONST1T U T10N AND THE TTNIOIT. TERMS$2.00 PER A3fXUXf IX ADVANCE. 1 VOLUME XVII.-NUMBER 32.1 TROY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 29, 1874. WHOLE NUMBER, 8G4. . $ll0KC Watty. THE OLD CLOCK ON THB STATUS. BT HKXRT W tOSCrELLOW. Somewhat bk from the Tillage street, SUad the old fuMoned amntrj seat. Acre 1U antique portico. Tall poplar tree Uieir hilowa tlirow; And from iu Ution in the LalL An ancient time-piece aajt to all yoreTer neTer! , Jf ever rower!" ITalf way np the Uir it Ftanda, And jxhqU ud tkon with its nana, From its case of mauire oak, like a monk, who under bU cloak,, CroaehiniMlf.an4iha,BaaI -- . ,T "With atfrrgwfalTolcc, t alLwh pM t "Forrrer uerer! -w 3 Korrr fure-striy -T I " r.y day. its roke Ulaw and V jcM; Itut in the sileat dead of nlfibt. Distinct as a passln footstep's aB, It echoes alon: the vacant ball. Alone the cciuof, alon the floor. And seems to aar, at each chamber door Foreve...

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. — 29 January 1874

I'hc Kaunas (fthiei BOL. MIIXBR, .Editor. TKOY, KANSAS: Thursday, : : : : January 29, 1874. Why Taxes are High. The liigls taxes in Kaunas urine in part, no 'onbt, from useless and extravagant rxpewli ares and niUmanagcinrnt; lint that is not tbn nly canse, nor the principal one. It is because f the vast amount of xirnperrr that escapes tax ationprincipally the money of the banker, tho shaver, and the speculator. We have thought some of lookiug oer the tax books, and making a list of persona known to bare thousands of dol lars loaned out at usnrions rates "f interest, and showiug the pitiful amounts which they return to the assessor, under oath. These meii commit forgsry every year, to eacane their jnst propor tion of the taxes. The banker ho subrtitutes . borrowed Government bonds for his money on the 6rst of March, and then docs not give in the full amount of hit actual cash, is a jieriiin r. We know a man who has thousands of dollars invested in loans and sharing speculations, an...

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. — 29 January 1874

Ks foal pattern. Th.e Kansas Obisf. SOI MTSBt a'ubllaher. rToriasi T.iw,iiniiTlHm,a Payment should be h.Sl52itoincV! .therwiee. the rat .fJ per year be'etargrf! .7 the drethm of the mblishcr. : Hntoa: 1 mo. 1 3 ma J C mo. 1 1 jear. One Square Two Squire Three Squares . Quitter of a Column . Hslf a Column two 400 TOO 10.00 liOO SS.00 tsoo TOO 1000 15.00 2100 40.00 17 00 1000 17.00 23.00 $10.00 17.00 23.00 40.00 75.00 40.00 One Column 73.00 1 15000 For any other length of time. In accordance with the aboTe rata. W4 rP'T obit w rejiusr auverusing. nosineesrdsdSBiieorle,tSayear. For Legal and trauiest advertisement, tl per square .(or the flriti innertlon, and 50 ceU per square for each ub- pSl Notkea will be charged SO percent, extra: and editorial advertisement and personal communications, doable price. Ugbt linea of aolld Nonpareil make on square. All fractions of half a aqnare and over, are counted aa a full AdrertUemfnU requiring to be certified to. will be charged the coet of cert...

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. — 29 January 1874

be $w ai the Wxq. SHUT THE IOOB. Godfrey Gordon Gustavcs Gor NodoSt too have heard the ume before VVbo who never would abot a door : TLe wind might "UU-.e w,Iod taIbt "'r. Aid teeth NfacfcinE J " "5 on But aUll ns never would ahut the door. HU father would beg. his mother Implore, doo-idt thedoorr Their bands they wrung, thrir hair they tore. Bat Godfrey Gordon O mUinj Gore Was deaf as the buoy out of the 2 ore. When be walked fuith, the folks would rosr. Godfrey Gordon Gostarus Gore, Why don't you think to shut the door r They rigged out a abutter with ssll snd osr. And threatened to peck off Gu.tarus Gore On s Toysge of penance to Singapore. But he begged for mercy, and slid : "So more ! Vraysto not acrid rae to .Smgapore On a shutter, snd then I will shut the door !" "Too will IH said bis parents ; 'then keep on shore ! But mind you do 1 For the plaguo la aora On a fellow that will never shot the door, Godfrey Gordon GustaTUs Gore 1" laai The Slam TbHt "poke Blrxirxn. Gen. Wool, ...

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. — 5 February 1874

" ' II i i I SOL. MIILER, EDITOR AND PUBLISIIEE. THE CONSTITUTION" AND THE UNION. TERMS-S2.00 PER ANNUM, IN ADTANCE. VOLUME XVII.NTJIBER 33.1 TROY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1874. . WE;OLE NUMBER, 865. IP wJJwL ! OUIiolcc w THE SH0E3IAKZB3. vi jons o. wuii lux. Ho! wotVem f the old time atyled The Getitle Ciuft of Leather I Touse brother of the ancient RttllO, Stand forth coco more together 1 Call oot arain jour long array. In the oldrn, merry manner; 0ce more on x7 St Crwpln a day rHpg out your blazoned Daunerl Eap rap! npcu the well-worn atone. How alia the polished hammer! Bap, rapt the meaaared aound ha zrown A qnict and merry clamor. Now abape the aole; now deftly carl The clou j Timp around it, And blM the while tfcaht4fntdErl Wbo settle fishers bound ill Tcr you. alone the Sparlah Main N - A hundred aeela are .ilonghing; For yoa, the Indian on tbe plain Ilia laao coil la throw.., Fur yon, deep glen with hemlock dark The woodman's fire la lighting For you, the giant oak'a ...

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. — 5 February 1874

BOL. MXLrJSR. Eaitoi-. TBOT. KANSAS: Thursday, :-: : February 5, 1874. Goveraor Harver Senator. After fooling away au entire -week, tbe Legis lature, on Jlomlny, elected ex-Governor James M. Harvey United States Senator. "IVe have not ttooRbt uat GoV IIarve.v poel the necessa ry taleD? ami energy for the position, bnt ho is infinitely better than tnauy others who aspired to the place. Tho plain troth Is, Knnitas is not rrroarkabh ridi in' first -class Senatorial timber. It has been said that Mr. Ingalls desired tbe elec tion of a man who would serve as a mere man of straw, while he bore away the, K'"ry. and monop olized the patronage. Whether be has attained tbe object of his desire, it remains for Harvey himself to demonstrate. Bot if not tbe man of onr choice, it now be comes the doty of -every Kepublicau to uphold tbe new Senator, and give him all possible en conrageineut. There will bo enough who will ' strive to pnU bim down. Got. Harvey, f not brilliant, is. a msn of good comm...

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. — 5 February 1874

.s , .- r D !. frtti fattflw. Tli Kansas Chiefi SOL. MILLBR FnblUhcr. ,-.... veil ix Advajcc. Fayment ahoulJ be "S0 .jSnce" cthcrwise, the rate of 3 per year made strictly to JT?.-.Ar.ion f the Piiblisher. will be chargea, ai u ;Hivtoes: , 1 mo. 3 mo. C mo. 1 year. ISO (3-00 1700 11000 , 4 00 7X0 10X0 17X0 '7X0 1000 17X0 23X0 10X0 15.00 25X0 40 00 I 13X0 25.00 40 00 75.00 1 25.00 4000 75X0 13000 One Squire ... Twobquares Three Squares Suarter of a Column alf ft Column One Column . .v i.nih of time, in accordance with the SnesTeanls elisor lee a year. For Lceal and tranaient advertisementa, tl per aqnare lor the Siit insertion, and 50 cents per square lor each anb- peSuce will he chafed M percent, extra: and editorial advertisements and irsonal communications, dontle price. . . Hi-ht lines of aolid iouparril mate one aqnare. AM fractions of half a aqnare and over, are conntedaa a full ""'Advertisements requinn;; to 1 rerttfled to. will be charged the coot of certifying, in addition t...

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. — 5 February 1874

$lte n ri tbe siting, TO IJVIgOSTOMB IN APBIOA. In Afrfo's wiHs. how sad thy lot, TTkin .on. shine bet u d 1 better s Whae een tie "7 notteatot One sees grow h,t "4 totter 1 TThit though eboiceit fruit be thine. That mortal ' et eye on rrtit though taoa toe on "tenderlato" Cot from the tender lion xrhat though the tiered rlrer'e fonsta Prove blest bygtenis fountain. And crjftul landscape nature monsta in Abrsainian m&cnttia'ff Trt tboa dost at the mercy lie OftTeryeeriDUnsllJr; Eich week some dreadful death dost die. From correspondent dire ! Setter the i word thy life cat short. Or cannon-shot cat shorter Better to fall by one report. Than by each fell reporter! si m rpaTYT.Ti BOXO FOB THE TTWTJ3. Sleep, Luis bah I Thy father has gone to the dab s Thy mffthrr U out to a grand "wcrea" Bo swallow the beautiful catnip us ; Sleep, little babf Seep, baby, sleep! A. wolf sot after some sheep t Ee stole a yuuag lamb ton the shepherdess: There waaa't mach left of that Umb, 1 gnats i Sl...

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. — 12 February 1874

VEMi 1 I m r rs M I SOL. MILES, EDITOR AND PUBLISHES. THE CONSTITUTION AND THE "UNION. i TERHS-$2.00 PER ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. WHOLE NUMBER. 86a VOLUME XVH-NUMBER 34.1 TROY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1874 -t VPHk r V k.i 1 1 V i Choice CALIGULA. fHe w trriilj ahsXca by vut of aleepj nor ni fee able to rest more tfcu thre bour at Ubt, asd not eren then. Quietly, bat dfctarbed by frightful spectre; and ainonc ottera, be aeeoed to behold a tort of Ffaantom of the eead&cvoniof with him. Scrrosira. TUPajcan,fhbligorieombed, Of wnuitea Irory chawd with cold, BowndertdraUed fall review head, When heart and life were crowlnr old; The crnel dream that fired hia ronth. And led the man faded thing- And through tb wreck the Sceptre, Truth, .Naked by life's exhausted spring. At midnight through hia pillared tails TbeprW-octeTyelLinTghtrppe; " Andbwbiaibotlep'aLuimidrfaUB f Annoaoc Deanair, bot-nerer Hope 1 v, Oh, ooold he find what perer came. Some boondleaa Lrthe'a generous flood, To slak...

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. — 12 February 1874

MiuJiJ ii-aCTmjjjj; m fgausas (&ht wor. arcxiETi . Editor. TEOY, KANSAS; Thursday, : : : February 12, 1874. How We Got la for it. John PboDnlx," once travelling sn Ilia car, aavr sitting tiro Beats ahead of him, a man whom e tbosght he recopiUed i ao old frletid. Wish ire to attract his attention, bat not being able 'to reach hln, he requested the person in tbo first seat la front to "unnch that man." The person complied by giving the indiridnal a sharp poke In the back, who instantly squared around, when Pbcenlx discovered that it nu not his friend, bat v.aa a aavaee lookinz customer, big ennnfih to eat cp half a doten ordinary men. PLcenix looked away, and his accommodating neighbor cooJd not possibly attract hU notice; and tho latter hadtoapoIcixatotbessTnjrostninger, and tlode a threshing as best he conld. "Tula being acoomplUbed, be turned to Phcanlx, demanding, "Didn't yon tell me to punch that taaa, elrP MYes,ierlied Pbanlx. "Well, why did yon tell me to do o J "Why," rep...

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. — 12 February 1874

., LY Two DoUJfs , .therwise. the rate of 3 per year crairs "-aa. 1 JUT. 110.00 17 00 53 00 4000 75 00 15000 One Square Two Squares Three uare Quarter of Cotanu Iblf a Column OneCraumn .tt.ta.stt iifr jLKtSSMi lor my .-.. niu. wwco ppj , "rr - t.d?Saiminu, tl pe, square lefts flrStoirtion. and SO cents per for each .nb "SSS.IoSS'wUlbech.rsrfSO percent extra and editorial advertisement and personal commuiucatlona, d KlAtPtoJ. of solid SonpareU Bike on Mjar. All froM0fblf aquare and over, are counted u a full "AdvcrtisrmonU requirtnr l- be certifled b. will be cliiedthB cart of etrUfjGy. In addition to thersjular "Transient ad ertistmenta must be paid for Invariably In advance onK f jj yjjj, done on ibort notice, aa uSlh?lKlt All Job Work murtbopald for when taken from the office. AGE.VTS. BATES X. LOCKE. 34 Iark Bow. lOTsGILI. 4. CO, 37 Park Bow. CEOEGEr. ItOTVXLLACO, 40 Park Kow. are oar ( antboriiedAdvertirinsAcenUhew York. SnuriEUi a STUMC St. Louis. . Cook, Com. in a Co, Cbica-n....

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. — 12 February 1874

Wht fit tot Hiug. DEB DBTUDIEB. Who put oup at der pest hotel. TJnd dakes bis oysters on drr acbr tt Und mlt der freulrfna rata echwell! Der drummer. Who tu It goat Into mint achtore, Drews down bis pundlee ia der floor, rnd nefer scbtopo to shot der doer I De r drnmmer. Who dakee no FT der hud, and eay : Haaa Pfeiffer, how yoa tu to-day ! " Und cou for peeaniss right avay 1 Der drummer. Who abpresda hi zamplea In a trice. TJnd deUs me "look, end ee how nice! rod says I gela "der pot torn brice!" Der drummer. Who esys der tings vas eggstrs xlae Yrom 4harmany, npon der Bhine" TJnd abeata me den dune oodt of nine f Der drommer. TTho delie bow aheap der goota res bought; Ifooeh less as vot I could import ; Bat lets dem (o, u Ee vsa short t " m Derrlrfliiniiei. Who varrsnts U der gooda to suit Der gastomera epos hu route, TJnd ren der gomea, dey tu no coot I Der drommer; Who games aronndt Teal "peea oudt. Drinks oop mine pier nsd eats mine kraut, Cod kiM xetrina on der montf Drr drummer...

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. — 19 February 1874

L JLBBBBBlsn-BW ..BBBBBBBBBBBBBtoBBteasBBBfsU II it flUUIf8i n SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. THE CONSTITUTION' AND THE UNION. TERMS $2.00 PER ANNUM, IN ADTANCE. VOLUME XVn.-NUMBER 35.1 TROY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1874. (WHOLE NUMBER, 867. 1 f u (Sbrnt facte the duty op the state. "Who Wdi for the little children Body and m. md brain T "Wbo Ud for the little children Tocme, and without Uinf "Wifl do one Ud for the childrenf Tor their eoubj to pore and white, AndntforallEOodDderiI, The world on their paj may write! " We bid," aald Peat and Famine, M Wa bid for life and limb ; reTerandpalaaiidaqnalor Their bright youn eyea ahall dim. ITses th children (row too many. Wall nare them M mr .MTa.- ..tyr And bide them in secret places, Where none may hear their moon. "I Ud, aald Begsary, bowling; "111 boy them, one and all; 111 teach them a thousand leasona To lie, to kulfc, to crawL They ahall aleep in my lair like inaggota, Tfcer ahall rot in tho fair annthine; And If they ae...

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. — 19 February 1874

i mt Kansas lntf. gOL. M3X.XJ3X3, , Edltox. TROY, KANSAS: Thursday,": : : : February 10, 187. The Legislature i. t.r w are nble to learn, -a e cannot brag much on the work cf the Legislature, cither in quantity or quality- Vry few Um are getting through, and many veTy unwise ami silly ones are under way. Wo find the uiual number of local and special bilk, and acts amending the code. The poetponemeiit of the ttn ir cent, tax pen alty, which passed the House, was so amended 1 in the Senate as to make it rid'.culous, and then the bill was defeated. ..... The Legislature will probably submit the ques tion of calling a Convention to frame a new Con stitution, to the psople, at tbo next general clec- U The House has pased a bill Districting the Statu for Congressmen, and the Senate has pass ed another. Whether they can both agree upon one bill, isancsrtain-they do not seem to agree .... .nv.l,inp.-Theousebill divides the State into three DUtrict running thd entirelengtb of the Ststc east ...

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. — 19 February 1874

focnt iPrtflS Sansas Chie SOI. MILL Publisher. ...iriix.B'ADriXCX. Pivsietit should be Two Do"a,,.1ii stherwisr. the rate of 53 per year '-! trii afthe d.tion of the PubUaher. .iHUem.-- I year. ItZSOIIiOo'tTOO 4 00 I TOO 10.00 T.00 1000 1700 1 10 00 15.00 I 25.00 15.00,25.00 4000 1 -, on ' 40.00 i 75.00 110.00 17 00 25.00 40 00 75.00 150 00 OaeSqaar One CwOlDD J&irierttaand " Ir "" for "Ch ,Ul- SiSAywiiS: m-8 oaVt,..i -,,. rwinirlnr. to be certified to, will be tiS3tt?SfrfSSg6t 1- rfto-t. therejular nt"- . . , .... .tit be paid for invariably In Truncal wuiu-- - r 4lHJftn trmtc o'all ttaiii dose on abort notice, a lttfttaSS At AH Job Work mustbej-ld fj, .ben taken from the office agetts. PITES A liTCKE. 34 Park Row 2 JL rCTTEXGILL A CO, 37 Tark Eow. CEOrGZP IWWEIXtcK "..orcrnly autborUed Advertising Agents In hew lorlc Siiirrau. a wr-s. ft: Cook, Conns a Co Chics'. DO.MPIM.T COrSTI- DIBECTOBY. JnJre Sd JodJrfaJ District P. L. Hi 1 BWID. fffr CmSlonera-Jcsl V Jox, JOMTII HAT- (.m...

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. — 19 February 1874

Wt w ol it liiug. otst iasiotjil I once adored an Emma Jones; X once adored a Jessie; I whispered once. In lover's tones, Soft nothings to aa Erne. 1 woraaippe d once a Lncy Ann ; I worshipped once a Usttle; I alao loved a girl called Fan. And somebody called Hattie. lily and Julie, Foil and Kate. I fancy I bare conrted; In abort, I've been compelled be fate To lore a let, assorted. I found in this old desk a glove. Affection's treasured relic j The hand that were It wsa a love A. "elx," and quite angelic. A skeleton at once stsrts out From memory's dim closets Bat still I'm troubled with a doubt Confound It all! who waa it! TBI Louisville CnritrJonmat ia reaponaible for the fol lowing on modern charity: If Lazarus had lived tcnlay-aot down la some man's door. An' that man'a dog bad come alone and licked old lai a rra satisfied, with all the Christian reelln' that h; hia. He'd "station hoaee" poor Lai, and lick the deg for lickln' Lax. An Ianiatlca to Dinner. It wsa observed tbat a ...

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