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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 29 October 1874

. n i-t-7 SOL. JIILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. THE CONST1T U TION'.--AUD THE "UNION. TEKMS$2.00 TER ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. VOLUME XYIIL-NUMBER 19. TROY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1874. WnOLE NUMBER. 903. v.& he m Choice Itoeim THE OWL'S soLn-oaur. ar t. vutwoth. TM Ike twilight boor. Tiiwhlt-tuwhool" i,ii the Oilnle peered the brancbea through, oftbegiim old cburch-yard tree. Towhii tawboo!" and be plnnied hie wing Tbey are allent now they bill bear me elng That will gladden their uoarte," qooth he. I m the king of bird. and 'twoold ill agree With my royal state und dignity, , lajnix with the voUar tnrong ji I wait till the shades begin to : I wait till tbe shades begin town, AaJ the. earth ia bushed then I channhem all ' Wlth'my soft, melodloue song. -If I terra to elng In the broad daylight. I re D"t the lea.l doant they woald all be quite if At pleased and aa mute aa now; " Eat 1 re often been told and I think they're right TUI my voice baa a grander sound by night. And my not...

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 October 1874

l&c ISaiHS Stet SOL. . Editor-. TROT, KANSAS: Thursday, : : : : October 29, 1874. BEPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. Tor Governor, THOMAS A. OSnOK. Of Leavenworth County. Tor LUuUnant-Onernr, M. J. HALTER, ' Of Neoaho Connty. Tar Secretary of State, THOMAS II. CATAWACCJH, Of Saline County. Tar Suit Trearurrr, BAHUEL LAPW-t, Of Seniaha County. Tat Slat Auditor. . W. WlfcDKn, Of Boorbon County. Tar Attorney Ctnerul, A. M. P- BA.1UOI.Pn, Of Coffcy Coonty. Tar AnoeioU Jul of 0 Supreme Court, I. 51. VALE.Tn.1E, ' Of FrcnUln Coonty. Tor SUtt Superintendent of Puttie- Instruction, JOIM PRASEB, Of Douglas County. Tar Congrae, Tint District, WILLIAM A. FIIII.LIP8, Of Saline County. Repnblican Connty Ticket. For State Senator. JOHN L. BLAIR. Tot Clerk of the District Court, FRANK BROWN. For Probate Judge, A. 8. CAMPBELL. For County A ttorney. N. B. WOOD. Tor County Superintendent of rnblle Instruction. H. N. HOPKINS. For County Surveyor. . CHARLES COKBUSIER. - For Representative, First District, F....

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 October 1874

gat patta. Kansas Chief. She Qlm MILLER. Fnbllaher. Torms: isa a Tin u -a.PVaa'C. Payment ahoold be 1 w m advances etherwiae, tbe rata of 13 per year "j, iiWIJ . jj,, discretion of the Publisher. -crcirtlBlia.e Rates: .-- 1 no. 3 mo. 6 ma 1 year. RJO S.O0 f7.00 (10.00 4.00 7.00 10.00 17.00 . ... 7.00 10.00 17X0 8S.00 Ionia 10-00 1300 35.00 40X0 15.00 SiOO 40.00 7i00 23.00 4000 75.00 15000 (W""!, !!?"' HJrlf a Column rVjonia Toiler length of time, in accordance with the I":., .whamdronlr u rrenlar adrertlsins. I " I!., t .rda t.l 5 l"it or leas, J a year. , j aid transient adrertiseinenta, II per square 'J, tn Imc rtion. and SO eeaU per nqnare for each aUn- SSl JTatiw "ri" M P" cent- extr ! 11" al sdveruaeniruis m wuuuu.uv...'.. "Aihnei af a"" Xonpareil "ak. one square. All J-Msfbalf a square and orer(ara counted aa a fall rtL-iriita requiring to be certified to. wiU be Jtbe cortof eertlfj&fc in addition to tbe regular "Cjomt advertisements must be paid for Invariably Is an nvmir...

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 October 1874

gw tt .farmer. Wit w ui tt !twg. Sltetful and $ixioi$. mm PRAIRIE FIBEH. Tlie Kanta Farmer lias a long article, and a -r rcawunl'Ic I'ur, on tlie effects of prairie Graf. 1 lie siilrstaiue of the article is exiireshetl in the Iicarlinjrs, thus: Kirsl A n orhl-u iile waste uf fire cnrseii anil blackeiusl ilcscrt. Secoml Ilniiilrwls ciftlionsanrts tu' tlie land of drouth looking aimuiisiy but tinielel' tor rain. Thin! A world of iljiuc vegetation and div jtcartened and altmttt hopeless people swept by the withering, red-hot oiniotm from the blazing desert. Fourth The raw of Pharaoh the plat-tie of Eyi't the Dual ie.-triicliuu of ptuspcrity and holMJ. Fifth A disheartened, lieggared and hungry people, titha apixinl neion of the Legislature. The Fanner gives a history of our fclate from 1K19 to tlie present tinio, slimting that ever year of drouth li.ii! its hot winds and i;rashopp r plagne, and was invariably prcieeilel by-wholesale burning of tb prairie grass. It gays of the remedy; ....

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 November 1874

flltfti wtCRpf ,'i SOL. JlfLLER, EDITOR AJfD PUBLISHER. $ VOLOIE XVIIL-NUMBERA20. (Slider Itoctm SONQ OF THE MYSTIC. BT FATBKS MAX. I llt down the Valley of Silence, Down th dtio, roicrleM Talijr Jonf I AdI 1 b-r nut the fall f a fooUCep jLrodDil nr-MTo Ood'a and nnr own! And the honta of my heart U a boly Ai borera where Angel bare flowi. Lout K " I weary of Tolcea W liuse nuutflc my lieart could not wi&t I.DE ago I was weary of noiaea Tbat fretted ray aoul with their din Lone ago i I weary of place Where I met bat the Human and Sin. 1 walked through th world with the worldly f era red what tie world ncrer n t And I wtfd: Iu the world, rach Ideal, TLat ahlnra like a Ur on MV ware, la toned on the Aborts of the Ileal, Acd alre like a dream In a'craTe." And ftUH did I pine for the iVrfwt, And "till found tbe FaUe with tbe True; Iiu;ht mid tbe Human for Heaven, But ran -Ut a mere glimpse of Ita lilae; And I wrjit ben tbe clouds of tbe Mortal Veiled eren the glimpse from my view. 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 November 1874

fte fflauft SOL. MILLERi Editor. TROY, KANSAS: Thursday, : : : NoTember 5, 1874. THANKSGIVING. FrMlmmalicn by the PrnUnd Sf Ou rmidml ef Untied Statu America A Proda maiun: "We are ramlndrd, by the chanting iaM, that it ia ttoe to pun in oor daily avocation, and offer thanks to Almighty God for the nwreiea and abundance, of the year which la drawing to a close. The Uesau.: of free government continue to be Touch safei too i the earth ha responded to the labor of the laabandmsn; the land ha been free from pestilence; in ternal order 1 being maintained, and peace with other power, ha. prevailed. It U nttine that at .tated perloda, we should eeaae from oor accustomed parasite and from fc.tormorl f oor dailr Urea, and unite in thaulfolneas for the blessings of the put. and in the cultivation of kindly feelings toward each other. Kow, therefore, recosnltinj these eonaiderationa, I, Tn r rtrMt President of the United State, do rec ommend to all citizen, to aaeemble in their respective pla...

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 November 1874

til Sontl gtattaj;. tyke Kansas Chle SOL- MH.LVEI. Fubllaher. Tormsi MUH1 Tn. ADTAXCt Payment abrmld be TiTinadvaM., otherwise, the rate of taper year ruli B5 " u, dicrrtioB of th PublUher. Ad.portlalns -fcajaxo; 1 me. 1 3 mo. 1 6 mo. j 1 year. tiso 4.00 7.00 10X0 15.00 25.00 3.00 7.00 to oa 15 00 15.00 40 00 ri.oo 10 00 17X0 25.00 40 00 75.00 110.00 17X0 ss.oo 40X0 7SX0 ISO 00 0 Sow I" !?.JwVllimn "- irartdoan -. ,w(Jarnn ,,ur otter kbs ". ?"".27 ,""" " If. raW which PJP'T ""'J-. to rrenUr advertising. ,!4cnl.151uieorleM.$Syear. STLecal and transient adverUeemsnts, $1 per eqaare. St feit iMtrtitm. and n P sona ' 1 sub- 'VoSetwillbe ctargedM percent, ntti,nd ,?il adverUsemsnU and iwmhI commtinicationa, t AtEwi r siid ympfn square. u SniofUlf square and over, are coasted aa a run !Mflsemcnta requiring to be certified to. -win be Oe otofcertifj6g, la addition to tbe regular "auinitadvertleemente must be paid for Invariably In vf-JOB WORK of all kind. don. on abort notif." Jl,! tunes w...

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. — 5 November 1874

gw tt gamut. BEBlt THE VIJTK. l'otato vines, sqnnnh vines, pmnplcin vines, en rnmbiT tines, and all utbns which nurse aud li.irlwr tlio (meet tribes tbat infent onr gardens and firlds nhnnld be bnrnetl with fire," as an undent writerexpresse the act. This nhonld be done as soon as the vines are lime with. Unrn every vine, anil make tbo most of the ashes; but nevnr think of patting any of lliese vine in heaps, for mannre, so long as we complain most dnloronKly of the ravages of ln btxts in our gardens and lields. Fire is a known purifier and thoURh in for mer years prndeot fanners burieil all their vines in order to increase the manure heap we mint look about and try all methods to destroy or to check the minute tribes ot flies which are invisi ble' to the naked eje, bnt which are now known to exteud from onr gardens to our fields, and de stroy an immense amuunt of plains before the time of harer There is hut little donlit that potato rot is cansed by living animalcule, too hmall to ...

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 November 1874

MMiZtou Lv i " LM: i i?l m L &: SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. THE CONSTITTJTION' AND THE UNION. TER3IS$2.00 PER ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. VOLUME XVIII.-NIBIBER 21.1 TROT, KANSAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1874. HVHOLE NU3IBER, 905. jT nfWSfc" IVI v? ft - v V t. ; v ii , - i r I V ; & v is I Mti Iteim n THE DIsnfTETinKT) WABBIOIt, UT WIIXUM CCLUUT EKTA5T. Cither Mm to his cave apain. And olnu.j anil w.fUy Ur, Beneath the rcrdare of the iuin. The warrior cattered booeft away. Par the deep revemree. taarht of old. The homage of muTa heart to death, "i'or trifle even with the muld Once quickened bj the Almighty breath. The aon! Uath hallowed erery part: That remnant of a martUl brow, Tho- rib that held the mighty heart,- Thai strong arm ni w airenginieaanow. Spare. then, each taoaldertns fragment spare. Of Ood'a own ) tsare let them rct. x, 'Till not a trace hall sneak of where Tha'awfal Ukeneas u Impressed. For he vu frether from the hand That formed f earth the ha man face, And to ...

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 November 1874

ausnjs 4MC SOL. arDLIJER, Editor. TROY, KANSAS: 1'hursday, : : : Koremher 12, 1874. THARKaOIVING. freclacamtlen y Use rssls1sn' . lly f rrwMenf e t4 reind States America A Froda- rviffcfli We are reminded, J " 'hangine eaon. tht it 1 Vast to po 1" our daily avocation, and offer thank to Almighty God for the mercis and abundance of the year wblchUdrawtnitoaclose. Tie bleaain of free government continue to be vouch safed tonii theeaxtb ha responded to the Uborof the husbandman; the lad h been free from pestilence; in terne! order Is belns maintained, and peace with other power hai prevailed. It U fitting that at etated period, we should eeaae from oor accustomed pnrioiu and from tbe turmoil of on daily Urea, and unite in thankfulness for the bleulng of the past, and in the cultivation of kindly feeliaga toward each other. Jfow, therefore, reeognUlng three conaiderationa, 1. Ulysses S. Grant. President of the United State, do rec ommend to all dtitens to aaaemble in their respective pl...

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 November 1874

is lu- ? 7 v Lv W goal! giattaiS. Th.0 Sansaa Chdgf. SOL. MiraXsKR. FnbUahcr. Tenni Two DofXAts a Teas, in Auvaxcx. Payment should be made strictly in advance! otherwise, the inXa of 3 per year will be charged, at the discretion of the Pnbliaber. A.a.-p-oartlwlTxs Rates; 1 ma.' 3 mo. 6 mo. 1 year. One Sonar. H - tIM 110.00 TwoiSuares ;-2 " ThreTssnare. . " Quarterof a Column W " aU 40X0 3alf. Column " -" , One Column -w 4l-00 " VOM Tor any other length of time. In aeeordance with the nbeve rates, which apply only to regular advertising. Cnsiness cards of 5 Ones or lees, IS year. For Legal and transient advertisements, tl per aqnare for the flret Insertion, and 50 eenta per aqnare for each aub sequent insertion. . . ... Special Xoticea will bo charged SO percent, extra; and editorial advertisements and pmonal communications, donble price. Eight lines of aolid Xocpardl make one aqnare. AH fracSonaof half aqnare and orer, are counted aa a full Advertisements requiring to be certified 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. — 12 November 1874

gw iUc gum. Good aai PMr nag. Did out farmer readers ejer take a slate and prucil in an eteniu;; and estimate the true iliffer- nee lietw een a giHul and a Jxior lirertl of ltncsf All have Keen and acknowlwlrd there U si difference, yet tlie larger niniety of farmers do iwt fully realize the ample ni.irgi'1 in favor of the best hop. The iocrcnun;; lUmaiid fur ham and lard in all jiartK f the world eliorrH that lmi tlint jield largely of these profitable parts are in demand. The coiintiinencei is there is a range iu the market at this tune at St. Lonii from it 50 to 27 f-0, and at Chicago from $4. to $7, showing a difference of three per cent, in favor of the good Leg. Nor is this all. Wbilutbe improved breeds d" hogs can be mad as easily and with equal food to average at fifteen months old 3TiO pnnnds kr the "greaser"' hig will 175 ponndi, or little belter hog viill 225 pound. If a farmer bas fifty hrad of the latter class to Ml now he will get, at 4 per cwt.. 81,125. If he has hfty...

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 November 1874

M' W SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. THE CONSTITUTION' AND THE UNION. ! TE2HS$2.00 PER ANNUS, IN ADVANCE. VOLUME XVUL-NUjMBER 22.1 TROY, KAISSAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1874. .WHOLE NUMBER, 906. MKKrrvv m Ik mum- WM Choice fodiu ODE TO AN INDIAN GOLD COIN. jBTTlX a CBXUCaL, KiLaBaB ST DE. IXTUCT. iMie time, diirins the early pSM excitement In Call. 'Mlceouut. repreiented that the harve.U were left !ia the nelda. their ownera having all gone to the yr " , it,. rrj wM cammindlnr th ,.rt,iunt price. Already there wa actual .offer .ixtvd in the mid.t of euM: and probably more than SaafortiiDate. adventurer looked with moreaatl.faction ?LuiiU.root or fruit than upon Ma hoard, of yellow 5?McIiimln)t.likTiiuon,when faint and hungry, af. . "1: --. .X ..r hi. ....Urn treunrea: "Common mother, tuM from thr Blenteoaa boaom one poor root." toran. in hla deacription of the Infernal reclonj, dV JflSa cVrtelona woman who had .pent her tin,. In hoar- Inebe,condemed to ineiaaaoi awaiiowuis ouuiu ...

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 November 1874

Hfce H&zmm OUlilef. feOL. 3HIX.R, Editor. TBOY, KANSAS: Thursday, November 19, 187-J. 'rnAifKSGiriNQ. PrKlcmalUa by the FntUut. By las Prarfd'aii o IA United uiaf Amaruo J Tnda- mhonr Wo are reminded, hy the changing leumn, that It It llm. to naose In onr daily avocations, and offer thanka to .Almighty God for the mercies and abundance 01 utj which U drawing to a dose. Tie blsasinga of free government contlnne to bo Toueb nfod ton.; the earth bump ,he br,,f husbandman; the land lu been free from peatllenee; in ternal order la being- maintained, and peace with other power! haa prevailed. It U Siting thmt at stated period, we should ceaao from our accustomed purauiu and from the turmoil of .or daily Urea, end nnlte In thanhfolnew for the blesamga of the put, and In the cultivation of kindly feellngi toward each other. a Now. therefore, recognizing thcM eonalderatlona, I. TJysns S. Grant. Preeldent of the United Sutee. do rec ommend to aU cJtuena to assemble In their rMpectivepla- ...

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 November 1874

goal $Mttx$. -Tgbe Kansas Chiof. ioL MILLER. Publisher. TonnB: th .u a YfcAR, I Advajic. Payment should be I0 Iwin advanci .therwiee, the rU of 13 peryear a1' ,0i ,JL at tbe discretion of the PnblUher. A-g-0"t'a"xg -"-"0 1 ma 3 mo. 6 mo. 1 year. IZ50 4.00 7.00 10.00 13.00 25.00 iS.00 7.00 10.00 13.00 25.00 rz.oo 10.00 17.00 25 00 40.00 (10.00 17.00 25.00 40 00 75.00 15000 T(Wn X"jr, Column W.WM?. . .!. nf ilma fn arMirilinrA aritri tha J raSs. l"ich apply only to regular advertialng. ittirA.51ineaoTlea,tSayear. Jr Irjl and transient advertisements, tl per square J, jt insertion, and 50 cents per square for each eub- '"Aivcr!!' will be charged 50 P"rat. extra; and .una! advertisements and riersanal eommuulcationa, JjnoMof half a equare and over, are counted aa afoH ftrtiwrneote requiring to ue eertifled to, irffl be .jJeatTe Stoforurjfiit In addition to the regular "jSiflmt advertieementa mnst 1 paid for Invariably In RTJOB WORK of all kind, done ra abort notice, a. Rsthetinica will ...

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 November 1874

taaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaagajaaaBBaaaaaasisaeaaaaaaaaaaa (fof the' darner. FATTE.tWR XWISE. A pool feeder nnr.acs never to cloy liis pigs with our kind of food, lint alniiya Mtiiiiiilaten thfir apietitc with litlereiit"-iiuni petatoe at J wie tuiie, apples at annthi-r, always winning up tin? fatwniiiKVriieos Willi dry corn on thr yw t4) tir-ultic-amilid pork. Liqniil iuMinn inj an Ktier nell for growth anil ih early stages of fat tening, but to top otf with, dry coru is the food. The question U ofton askeil whether it payi to ciHik food for hog. Some kind of food we olionld rook and some we should not. Hoots and grain nre better Pteamed, digesting more rtadilyand liming nothing by the cooking. Apples are best uncooked, as tbey lie much of their aroma and siimnUiing influence by bc:ng heated. Cooking enables us to serve np a great variety of dishes, and woshonld, thereforr.alwaysbavacauldrou set iu the pig pen, and if properly set Ibeanionnt Jf fuel required is small. The cauldr...

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. — 26 November 1874

1 - tfl J? IU i .'(. S0L MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. ) THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. i TERHS-S2.00 PER ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. VOLUME XVIIL-NUMBER 23. TROY, KAjNSAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1874 . WHOLE NtfMBER 907. Srv. rvfcv fvWU BTil 3 JB Choice ISoetvij, THAKKSOIVINrf- BT B. P. SHILLABM- Vanr acd bright re IIm cnen that are planned, umr the ovarta that with cUdnrs expand, viDV the hope with fruiiiun at band, imdibr Toice of the turkty ia heard In the land; For ThanVaslrloff Day Xa wt-Iconied alway llfArtwarminj. Iorimi, genial aeaAon, When the frrUnga. rrpreawd By traffics 1be4, On oae day, at leat. fur dominion conteat, and atrire. a of old, to be apt-daily btrat, IThile care ia a apeciea vf treason. Tie cUv ahota np it bop for the day; jtc oldest and onncctply or pray; Tbr church are open In the ancient way, fc y.r prcbr I ntur w battrer thry may, -With few U lUften to what they aay; Virile all the chaiea and carriage i,r lahin- amuifd with their merry Ioada ItfKiLJM drraaed In ...

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. — 26 November 1874

9! roinsn ul am, If the occasion required me to pat it i)ii." "Pray drop this subject, my dear child; yon luow it makes me sad. My family, I fear, are foredoomed to some strange mishap from these mil broils. Attend me presently in the library. I hare matters to communicate tual concern yon. Henry, tuy boy," Lindsay continued, as be rime from bis breakfast, "piy 8tepben Foster the full nine of the Tcuison; as a sportsman, yon have a Tijht to yonrsbaro of the game, bot a gentleman vliowshia courtesy by waving such claims; be should suffer uo friend to be his creditor, oven in -opinion. Stephen may nut expect to be paid; uo matter, it concerns Jourorru character to be liberal." "I bate promised Stephen a new rifle," replied Henry; "el lice they hare elected him Lieutenant of tho Amhest Rangers, he wants sonietuiug bet tor than bis old deer pin." "I positively forbid it," interrnpted Lindsay, tastily, returning towards the middle of the room fiom the door through which he was abont to 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. — 26 November 1874

gm atta$. Tii Kansas Chief. SOt- MILDER. Publisher. Torma: muoiVutninua Payment should be VjzSii sdvsnee. otherwise, the rU of $3 per jew ""JJiwE ml tie discretion of the Publisher. Aoartla3lxxe Katos: I mo. 3 mo. 6 mo. I year. tsoo TOO 1000 15 00 25 00 40 00 rj.oo 10X0 17.00 25.00 40 00 7i00 C Squire - ' IoNurt" 11000 17 00 23.00 40X0 75.00 150 00 400 7.00 10.00 15.00 25.00 0Cel3inL. .!.- 1a.iar4ti tT tlTTis. fit isslTl1Tlasn. wfttl 4tisk ' J?,-,s. h"b PP'T cn,-T to "P11" adrertisinc. ?"mns cards otSlmesOTless a year. S , 1.,-al and transient advertisements, II per square tie tint insertion. w"1 5 ceDt P" lre for each anb- "fljlijl Notices will be charged 50 percent, extra; and j"nal adiertisemsats and personal communications, 'r'Sttort ot lid Xonparell male one square. All Jooiofbalfa square and over, are counted as a foil msemenU requiring to be certified to. wffl be , -3tke coat of certifjiis. in addition to the regular "intuiti advertisements must be paid for Invariably In 'rS-...

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. — 26 November 1874

$ av the gumtt. LrM J.1 w"M"WWMM"Wllllfc ngnmnnid CIDBtt .11AKHC. Ti.rp lnslwrn preit iiiiiirorement of late year in tti operation of making ciler. Formerly, the I old ntjlo cog-mill which would make, if hard iirrwvil, Imm live to rrii nanus a uy, wan iur only mill in nn, anil farmeni hail to seenre llieir May" for Making cider, a week or two' week lirfurehaud, perhapmand if, by any clrciirantauce, they wero proven ted from using tile mill that tlay, they must "take their tnrn" -In the regnlar Way again. All thii waa inconvenient. But now, cylinder machine, with regnlar horse pow er, are everywhere introduced, and the farmer may choose his own "day" lor making cider, ana tiill not he all day, either, in tnrninc out ten, fifteen or twenty barrel. Besides, there are a great many baud machine that do the worK very well, with the advantage of having it done at home, right in tho orchard, which i no sroal matter wheu the cider mill i located several miles an av. . ... r.i.i.r So uincu ha...

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