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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 11 June 1874

' , I . """ " ' SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. TERHS-$2.00 PER ANNUM, IN ADYANCE. YOLTJME XVIL-NTBEBER 51.! TROT, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 11, 1874. WHOLE NUMBER, 883. - --aaeaeaeaeaeaeBBaaaaBBassaaeaeaeaeaeaea a aeaassssssssssaannnnnnnna) t- (Ilt0iCC g 0tfW. SUBOEEB IDLENESS. Under a "roof of pine To bear thm rinp!oe brood, TVIth the eorrow of long paat, TbrilliBC the dlttaot wood ; Derp 'mill tfce dut-rine flra. Where the oirbtiD;?rtc inji all day, To hide in the darknru awect, Where the stmbeam finds no way. To ramble from field to field. Where the poppr if all on flame All but the little bUek coal Jit its core, that -till tlietamei And wbere the "peedwell blue Cbeera with it two bind worda. And tbe wild roea burna with m blaah At the flattery eXUra birds. . - Tobak on a eraMT cliff. Lazily vaUbine tbb sail, Tbe blue plains of the deeper sea. And the shadows emerald pale; The breezes' rippling track. And the sea-birds flickering white Athwart 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. — 11 June 1874

IIHWI i r-m irviT"f" Sto.fRawsws i - rQX,. 1WOX.X.TER, Editor. TEOY, KANSAS: Thursday, :,::::: June 11, 1874. . Kcw Party aad New Men. ffe hare been closely ami earnestly watching t be new party movement. We have long thought thai Kansas needed a new party, with new men Tor leaders, who hare not hecu mixed np with the corruptions of Kansas politics. Whenever snch a party should arve, ino were prepared to enter into it. We believe it has arisen, and we are iu lor the new parly. We see in it the great need and salvation of Kansas. Give us a new deal, and' redeemed Kansas. The new men are gradually coming to the frout or, rather, the people are searching them out from among the dross1, and are forcing them to the front. As it is necessary that the people of Kansas shonld know and love them, we here introduce a few of them to their acquaintance. . Perhaps tho most prominent men, who will take n leading position, and reptc-seut the State in Congress, is a young lawyer named Clarke Sidney...

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 June 1874

)& ) jgtoa! fotto;s. Tlae Kansas Glaief. gOL. MIIiIiBRPnbllBher. TennBi Two Dollabs A Yiax, u Adtaxci. Payment should be made strictly In advance: .thervfiee.J)ertto of taper year will be charged, t the discretion of the Publisher. 1 me. 1 3 mo. do. 1 1 year. One SoAre Tiro Sqnarea Three Squares Quarter of a Column . Half a Column OneColnmn . . 130 4.00 7.00 10.00 15.00 23.00 $Si VIM 10.00 17.00 25.00 40.00 T5.00 JI0.O0 17.00 25.00 40.00 75.00 150.00 7.00 10.00 15.00 XX) LO0 For any other length of time. Is accordance with the abeTo ratea, which apply only to regular advertieing. Business eardeol 5 fines or less, 15 a year. For Legal and traneient advertiecmente, II per aqnare tor the Unit insertion, and 20 cents per aqnare for each sub sequent insertion. . Special Xotleea will be charged 53 percent, extra: and editorial advertisements and personal communications, doable price. Eight linea of aolid Nonpareil make one aqnare. An fracuonaofbalfa aqnare and over, are counted as a f...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 11 June 1874

0 ilie fanner. Snni nconle seem to think that the reason liy weEave so much hug cholera is owing to llm iutrodoctiuu of improved breeds of pigs. I think jt is precisely the other way. What do . r ipeauby an impmvrd breed of pigs! Usually .. ..'...-.I, ,. breed that has fine lions and little iffal. A breed that is reryqniet and tbat will turn the fixitl it'eats into flesh aud fat. It is a breed that will eat and digest a stomachfnl of rich fowl and assimilate it. As a rnle, the weak Knot in all high bred pigs is that their digesting powers are not as giKKl as their assimilating powers. Tbey can assimilate more food than they can digest. On the other baud, our com mon, coarse, unimproved hogs can nsnally eat and digest more food than they can assimilate. Tbey are accnstomtd to forage for themselves. They ba e pleuty of exercise and comparatively little food. Now, then, if yon take such a breed of bogs aud-eiideavur to push them forward 'rap idly with nch food, it is easy to see bow th...

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 June 1874

.1 ;'. -e 1 SOL MILLER, EDITOR AXD PUBUSHEE. VOLUME XVH.-NU3IBER 52.1 (Choice SMtvin SOTQtEB. U Imt Snmror, wrtbr, Iii th nn iu Mounr with bearXreaU, npon the hill, fiitbier fcT lip in " d don, Wbere .pi-"" "to duk; iplcnilort ran, iS Uiy Iry U the beireu o'crfilU. vi a lul dimple atira a re id tbe corn, Vrf a low riM-le ahirera ttroujh tbe Ie&resj . wrapprn In ffold aod crim-toa gleams uo.bor-n, Oum sU-hia thrwigb tbe cm. tbe tepal morn, $9 thruated t ittrrlnja gursle ruuod tbe earea. rjoodrd m sonny .Hcnc, alrep the Wne; Id Lin-wid roarmurn. brookleta float aod now j Tie qoJnt bra atle la tbo rich light ablne, lid rwaod iLrwjviniurd bonejaacklea twine, lad elwf bnide them sanflowera bam and blow. i-tid tbe fmving heat I lie me dows, ltd into ilitiooa fioata the nioted air; Otja ip U-fure nie many a fauoaa town, v$gtA and erected with a rril crown, jiiimmerio; In an orient purple gleam: 1 kt-rly Tadmor, bnrnlnc in IU sanda jill-ck and Babylon, 1 see aluw atreama CBdiof ty mtMwj...

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 June 1874

teltou0H!5 $Mei t SOL. M3XJL.ER,. . Editor. TROlr, KANSAS: Thursday, :::::: June 18," 1874. Grant Skews His Xlaad. Here l soother nnt rorvthose of our good friend to crack, who feared we were Rolnj; back on the old party, becaose we denonn ced the President for his veto of the enr rency bill. Perhaps they will soon begin to be conTlnced that President Grant has ceasc.1 tho-tiumble Instrument In carrying oat the will oi the people, that he has professed to be, both" set himself op as a dictator to the people Kep resentatives. Instead of having n? policy of bis own to enforce against the majority in Congress, he bis got to issning pronnnciamentos in ad rance of the action of Congresa, as a warning not to go contrary to his will. r' w The conutry.it is well known, demanded aome action of Congress on the subject of finances After the Teto of Ibe first bill, the Senate passed another, which seemed to be satisfaclory.to some who opposed the first. The Honse amended it, and to adjust the d...

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 June 1874

foal pattens. Th.e Kansas Chief. SOL. MILLER, FabUaher. Two Dollars a tui, a Advisce. Payment ahnuld b made strictly In adTsncr: stherwiae, thersteof 13 per year will Ik charged, at the discretion of the Fnblianer. AtlTtrH "-" g States: 1 mo. 3 mo. 6 mo. 1 year. One Square tiM S-00 17.00 11000 TwoSquaree - 70 "W aTireeSensrcs ... .. "S2 "-00 S3-00 SuanerofaColnmn 10 00 liOO 25.00 4000 alf a Column I-00 S5-00 -X One Column - . - COO 0Q0 'iM 1M00 For any other lrn;th of time, in accordance with the aboro rates,' which apply only to rrirrilar adTertialng. BoaiseM cards oi lines or less, $ a year. For Legal and transient adTirtisemcnts. $1 per aqrare lor the first insertion, and SO cents per square for each anb aeqoent insertion. Special Xoticea will be charged SO percent, extras and editorial adrertiaements and personal communications, doable price. Eight lines of solid Nonpareil make one square. All fractions of half a square and orer, are counted aa a fun square. AdTertlaemrata requi...

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. — 18 June 1874

gat ifoe J atrocr. MMAHAAMMI ARE WE TO DATE A FAJIIXE f It may bet It has been predicted. lint pre dictions are not alwayn foltillni. Nevertheless it is wine to look at chances. From all quarters comes the information that Ibis country has not beeD, in many years, so shorn of farm produce of -wheat, corn, rye, oats, barley and vegetable. Talk of more currency ! Of what nte would it be to the farmer who has nothing to exchange for it I The South has to purchase fond, and tbonands along the Mioaiftsiripi Valley have got to be fed by charitable hands, and furni-hed with tbe means werewitn 10 make a crop, inwa aim Mississippi have had to feed fanners, occupying large areas on their western borders, else they would have starred the past winter. Seed mnst be furnished them for the spring planting. Michigan farmers have nothing to sell, and are buying hay for their stock. Central Illinois is cleaned out of whtat, com, etc, and a failnrw of n crop there wonld compel Importations, accor ding...

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 June 1874

77 6ct V SOL. MILLER, EDITOR ASD PUBLISHER. THE CONSTITUTION AND THE.TJNION. ( TERMS-S2.00 PER ANNUM, IN 4DYAXCE. VOLUME XVIIL-mTMBER 1.1 TROY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JUjStE.25, 1S74. WHOLE NUMBER, 885. i ' t- ?LBbitel IlLJtflif - p Choice Sacim THE LAST MILE-STONES. Sixty yeart, throngh tlilne nd shadow faixtr yeara. my gentle wire. Too and I hare wj.Ut4 UctUnrt Down ike rugpwJ irad ox life. From the bill of Spring we atarted, And throng h all tbe banner land. And the reitfol Antnmn coantry. We hare Journeyed band In band. TTe bare borne tbe beat and bar den. Toiling painfully and alow TVe bare fathered in our narreat, With rojoicio;. lm ao Xeare the upland for oar children Tbey are atroojc to sow and reap; Throngs the quiet Winter lowlands, Now oar level way we keep. "Tin a dreary coantry, oUr1inv Yoa and fare pawing through; But the road liea traigl.l before us. And the miles are abort and few: Jio more danccrn to encounter, No more hill to climb, true friend; Nothing now bat simple w...

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 June 1874

Wit an$H$ (BKrf. SOL. MXLIVER, Editor. TEOY, KANSAS; Thursday, :::::: June 25, 1874. Republican State Contention. A Delrgabi Convwitinn of the Brpublieana of the State f Kansas, will l bM ln Bprtatlve HiH In the city ..f ToptV, on WlielJ', the 26th day of Anput; A. D. 1 H, at the boor of 10 a. m, for tho purpose of nomUatlos aiUlatea for the following oEces, to wit: Governor, Lie otrnant-Governor, Secretary of State. An AiUrot State, Trrasnrer of SUt Attorney-General, So rlntendeDt of rnUic Instruction, one Associate Justice of the Sapre me Conrk All of the Counties lrsally organized at the eitUoj of the last Lrflatttrt. and noue others, shall be entitled to rep resentation as follow., to wit: Two Delegate, irom each Jlepreeentative District. It U reeommended thit the primary meeting! for the purpose of electing Dogates to the SUU Convention Lcrdn called, be held on Saturday, the 5th day of Anguat. 1,71 at such hour. a. may be designated by the Central Committee of each Eeprcaentall...

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 June 1874

.7 K. Itoa! MUx$. The Sansas Chief. gOL. aiILXEIt. robllher. Toxriaas: TwoDoiiAKSxTrAE,wArVAXCE. PaymenUbonld be j rUSSrtn adduce sthemine, tbe rite of J per year Jbe?h1lhJ.'oJonofthePobIaher.PrJ .A.c3.-o-ex-tlgla3.g Rates: 1 1 mo. 3 mo. o mo. 1 year. filo WOO 7 00 110.00 i.00 7 00 10X0 17 00 I 700 JO 00 1700 23.00 , 10 00 13X0 23.00 40X0 13.00 23X0 , 40 00 73X0 i23.OOI40O0lTSJO 13000 One Square TwoSquares Three Squaree - . Quarter of a Column Half a Column flna (TVvl ttm n For any other length of time, in rianee with the bore Sea, which apW T t regular adr.rti.lag. Business carda ot 5 lines or less, S a year. For Leesl and tranaienl adrcrtisementa. tl per square foFthe flriti Insertion, and 30 cents per square for each anb- pSlSouiS' will bo charged 50 percent, extra, and editorial adrertiscmeaU and personal communication. ''xSAtttstm of eohd Nonpareil make one aqnare. All fracUonaofbalfa aqnare and orer, are counted aa a full ilreertlseinent. requiring to be eertlned to will he .b...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 25 June 1874

a?-' BBaaasBaaaBaananaMwaBpanaaBaaagasBMawaoaaangana got M gmmx. Cora Cnllarc. ffHi. thn coni is Tonne, civo it thoroozb cnl tiration, always plowiue close enough to tbo T.lntji to clean them of all weeds and era8 bat iiay liave sprung np. lt the first plowinjj lx deep and the furrow tnrued from the corn. This uires the sunshine an opportunity to warm the soil about its roots, and revives the slupsisb crontbof the plautr After this tbo cultivation abonlJ not be so deep, bat doue with an object to keep down the weeds and crass, and the surface loose to the depth of three or fonr Inches. I think many persons err iu throwing up a ridge ten or twenty inches high at the time of the last plowing. This may do very well for wet land, daring wet seasons, but as a mle, we should avoid these very high ridges, as they cause the soil to drv too rapidly, and often injure the crop very materially. Our object in cultivating the last time should be to leave the soil loose, po rous, clear of weed mi ...

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 July 1874

mMMiMr)Mi . t- R4IJIM9 SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AM) PUBLISHER. THE CONSTITUTION AND THE "ONION. TERMS-52.00 PER ANITOX, IX ADVANCE. VOLUME rIII.-NUtfBER 2.1 TROT, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JULY 2, 1874. (WHOLE NUMBER, .88G. Choice Itocfnr. THE AMRICAN PLACh BT JOSEPH KODXAX DUES. "When Freedom, from her rooonUlo height, UnfnrlM her nUndard to the air. She tore the txure rol of nlfht. And t the Mara of glory there! She min sled if itb Un p'rjrwero- djea The mllly baldric of the aMea, And atrip- iu pore, cltUl white With ttcallir;t of the murnioe li-ht; Then, from hi roaWioti in the on. She callt-i brr easle-lw-arer down. And pare into fai-t mighty hand The jmbul of her chonen land! iljrlic monarch of the cloud! Who rear't aloft thy rcptl form. To bear the tf niprt-trnmiiDii load, AndM-etfcp lipbtulni; lance drlTcn. Wbrn ttHrethe warrior of the tnnf And nU the thunder-drum of heaven Child of the Son! u thee 'ti eiren To jruaiil the Lanntr of the free; To borer In the sulphur smoke. To ward awav th...

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 July 1874

fec iSausais -5lnei gOL. SHX-rER, Editor. TEOY, KANSAS: Thursday, Jnly 1874. t Republican State Convention. A Delezate Convention of the Republicans of tie State (Bow WU1 lwheld In Henresentativ. H1L In the city -I Tok, en Wednesday, the Kth day of Ant-nit, A. D. 5874, at the bw of 10 a. m, for the purpose of nominating didates for the following offices, to wit: Governor. UeutensnWT.rnor. SecreUry of State, An Utorof SUte, Treasurer of State, Attorney-General, S rlnUnoelit T ftUte Instruction, one Associate Jmtlee oTumeeiy''6'f"f0fbe Ustle1.tar, sad none others, .Hall ntl,,rf torP-" rr.enution as Miow., "! T Delegate, from eh lreaeuUtive District. It la recommended tht the primary meetings for the nnrDose of electing Delegates to the SUte Convention herein called, be held on Saturday, the ISA dy of August, 1874 t web hoar. a. may be designated by the Central Committee f ech EtpresenUtlve District, or in the event that skiere be no aoch Committee, by the Central Commit teerof the Cou...

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 July 1874

V focal jptte. Th,Q Kansas Chief. SOL. MHsIsT-SH. Fubllsber. TOXM33JSS Two Dotu.it Teak, r Advasce. Payment ehonld be axle stoetly In dvance. th,t"?;V?,tf,f P" J1" will be e-tased. t the discretion of the Publisher. j.cL-vozrtlJBi33.S Rates; ' 1 mo. 3 mo. 6 mo. 1 year. . Saturn t30 t00 17 00 110 00 TOrreSuare. - . 7.O0 10 00 17.00 25.00 SarJcdiiin TI - 13 00 25.00 40.TjO 75.00 O.JmZT - 0 -S-00 1M00 For u; other length of time. Id accordance with tie above rstes, which piy only to regnlr advert-ting. Easiness cards ol 3 line or les. pa year. Tor Legal and transient advertisement. II per un lor the fret Insertion, nd 50 cent per aqnare for ech snb sequent insertion. Special Notices will be charged 50 per cent, exrra : ud editorial advertisements and personal communiCAtlons, doable price. ., , Eight line of solid J.onparril make one square. All frsctiont of half square and over, are connteda sfnll "Advertisemcnta requiring to be certified to, will be charged the coat of certifying, tn ...

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 July 1874

X gnx ilie gmm. SwlSsSSrfS TIS A GLOIUOTJB LAOTD. BT W. J. FABODH. Onr eonntrr I 'tia a glorious Uad t With broad arms atretch'd froia shore to abore; Tbe proud Pacific chafes ber strand. Sue bears tie dark A Untie mar ; And, nurtured on ber ample breast. How many a cuodly prospect lies. In natures wildest grandeur drest, EuameU'd with her loTtliest dye. Bieh prairies, deck'd witb flowere of gold. Like sunlit oceans roll afar; Broad lakes ber axnre bearens behold, Ke&Mting clear each trembling stars And mighty rirtTa, moanuia bom. Go sweeping onwsrd, dark and deep. Through forests where the bounding ; fawn Beneath tbeir sheltering branches leap. And, cradled 'mid her closuring hills. Sweet rales In dream-like beauty hide, Where lore the air with music rills. And calm content snd peace abides Tor plenty here ber fullness pours In rich profusion o'er the land; And, sent to eelie ber generous store. There prowls no tyrant's hireling band. Great GodI we tbenk tbeefor thJAjbome Thia ...

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. — 9 July 1874

.:U- ' 3- V U!l)irf , Jakflf we I?' KU v , SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. ( TERMS-S2.00 TER ANNUM, IN ADTANCE. . WHOLE IVUMBEK, 887. VOLUME XVIII.-NtJMBER.3.! TROY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JULY 9, 1874. v U ffihokt f octro. WE ABE GROWING OLD. BT FBASCES BROWSE. "W r ctowIdk old! bnw tbe tbousht will rise, When a pUnce U Uekard cwt On ioae loog-remenibered ipot th. lie la the aileDCr of the put: It owj be the hrine of oar early row. Or the tirob-of er!j tear; Bat It teems like far-off isle to as, In the stormy sea of years. OW wide and wild are tbe ware that part Oar strps from Its pvnness now. And wemiss the Joy ef many a heart, And the light of many a brow; Fr deep o'er many a stately bark Have the whelming billow rcdlrd, Ttut stred with na from that early mark - . - Oh, friends! wearegrowinyoldf Old In tbe djmneas of the dost Of out daily toils and cares Old In the wrcka of lore and trust Which oar barthened memory bear. Each form may wear, to the pa...

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. — 9 July 1874

Wkt l&w&ra $&i& SOL. MXlXiER, Editor-. fJLMJU'1"" rilw W WlWI trtlW ll'STM i TS.OY, KANSAS: Thursday, : : : : : :Jnly 9, 1874. RepnbUcan State ConTentipn. t DdrnU CVrnTentlon of the Bepubllcana of the SUte . KuMs, will bo held in RepreeenUtlTe HaH In tie city of Tope V. " 'Weiieaj1 the Mtb. day of August, A. D. Kit tthohrof W.n,foTthopiiiio.eofBomiMUDC .udlditM for the Mowing oBtn, to wit: OoTernoT. TJeutenacWroTenior. SecreUry of State, An. dltorof SUte, Treasurer of SUte, Attorney-General, Su perintendent of Public Instruction, one AasociaU Jotlce of the Supreme Court. All of the Comtiet lejill J orjMted t th. dttlne of the Urt jrf .Uture, sod none other, shall be entitled to rep .resenUtloa as follows, to wit. Tw. Delegates from each jlepresenUtiTe District- It U recommended that the primary meeting, for the purpose of electing Delegates to the State Convention herein called, be held on Saturday, the 15th day of August, IBM, at aach hour. may be designated by the ...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 9 July 1874

e&n f'm L' ; .. i , total patter?. Tlie Kansas Chief. SOL. MILIiER Fnbllsher. Tonna: Two Dolu.es a TUJ, w Adtaxol Payment shonld be mule strictly In sdrance; stherwii the rateof 13 per year will be charged, at the discretion of the Publisher. 1 mo. 13 mo. 1 6 tno. 1 1 year. One Square....--...-. Two Squares...... .- Three Sqnarrs . . Quarter of a Column. Haifa Column One Column tiSO 4.00 7.00 10.00 15.00 45.00 liOO 7.00 10.00 15 00 23.00 40 00 17X0 10.00 17.00 25.00 an Ml 1 10.00 17.00 23.00 40 00 75.00 130.00 175.00 For anr other lenpth of time. In accordance with the above rates, which apply only ti regular advertising. Business cards oi S lines or less, fi a year. For Legal and transient advertisements, t per square tor the first insertion, and 30 ccnta per square for each sub sequent insertion. Special 'oticee will be charged SO per cent, extra ; and editorial advertisements and personal communications, double price. Eight lines of solid Xonparal make one square. All fractio...

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. — 9 July 1874

A gm tfie mmtx. flfS' .,,,, CACKE8 O" THE BISKAKE8 C FJS?Jibmt1C AWIIWAI.H, iXO THE Tlie many kind of diseases pecnlur to onrdo iulicaniinal, horses, oxeti,cow, alteep, etc, ar?mt invariably bnragbt about by man'a itu r.mne,r attention to tbeir want. Vtiiise animals were not treatea unreasonably the would e as little exposed to diseases a !r IheLitt are. Experience teaches tbat wild I ses, as '.Tell as sheep, continually left to tbem Mirea and not fed iu-doora during the winter, f'Sen In cold climates, not only free from clis- ... lint ther are, at the same time, stronger Sriuitongw- What especially benefit, the animals in a free state, and wucb. to their tu fnrf they have to feel the want of under man's restraint, is tbe constant opportunity forroten YaTtlo'.theneaud pureoir rioicr ' men food as is agreeable to them, and which ibey may partake of according as they de nire it. Domestic animals are most injured in the stable; here.tbey lie in a close atmosphere, which is filled with ...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
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