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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 3 December 1874

f - - Vfejp Yfej7 n i. SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND TUBXISHER. J- THE CONSTITUTION AND THE "UNION. TE3MS$2.00 PER ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. it i VOLUME XVIIL-OTMBER 241 TROT, KANSAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1874. WHOLE NUMBER, 908. f iff nASasWafe. llf MJIL''Wl' A BSai BB9I THE WEDDING OF SHON MACLEAN. A Bagpipe Melody, from the Gaelic BT EOBCBT BLCMA3EAX. At the wcddlnc of Shon Maelean, Twenty Pipers together Came Id the wind and tbe rain, PlayiDg over the heatber. Backward tbtir ribbons flew. Bravtlv they strutted and blew, Kach clad tu a tartan new, Bminet and blackcock feather: And every 1'iper was fu Twenty ripera tojetber Ee'alwt Saavnacb blind and rain, Vbo never heard fSbon Maclean The Dake s own riper called him -Show the Fair, From his freckled alio and bU flery hair. Father and sun since the world's creation, Ibr M -clean bxt followed this occupation. And played the pibroch to fire the Clan, S&cf the firt Ihike came and the Earth began. Like the wbUtlinz of birds, like the hummin- ...

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. — 3 December 1874

the face of the win, lint after following it half an limir, tlio approach of gnusct compelled him to nusnevxl observing. Ioriup tlie. interval between this and tlia next tninxit, nbicb ocenrred in 17G1, exact astronomy ' tnailc enormous strides, t'.rongb tbe discovery of the law of invitation and the application of tbe tcleM-otie to celestial meacoremeiits. A great additional Interest was leut to the phenomenon by Halley's diicovery tliat observations of it made iu distant portions of the earth could be nsed to determine tbe distance of the ami an element of which scarcely anything was then certainly known. From some ancient observa tions of eclipsen, it bad been conclnded by Itol eray that tbe distance of tbe sun was about 1,100 semi-diameters, aud this value was adopted with a few modification for rioro than 1,000 years. When tbo telescope enabled more ctnrte ob servations to be made, it was found that this es timate mnst be far too small; and from observa tions on Mars in 187-2 C...

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. — 3 December 1874

jSxsaiJsaiBsEBssTBssTlHsaasBssBssBssBssBsss I 1L gtoal patte. 7be Kansas Chief. gOl Mttl-SBi FnbUsher. Tvitiiu Tata, ADTAJtcx. Payment should be Irt.tiTniii"iic; stherwise,tberatsof 13 per Tear t!i '"JJJi t tha discretion of the Publisher. Ad,'orT' " "" C tatos i 1 me. 3 mo. 6 mo. lyear. 1430 4.00 7.00 10.00 15.00 23.00 IS.O0 7.00 10.00 15.00 35X0 40.00 wSqrs $ltfaCeUrmn rr.oo 10.00 17.00 S3.O0 40 00 7100 fiooo 17.00 25.00 40.00 75.00 13)00 MtW""" -rrT,T other length of time. In accordance with the I r . f.;-li annlr nnlr to remlr advrrflainir. ".Sm cards ot 5 lines or lew, tS a jear. "-..-. .nA transient advertisements, tl eer Minora Sf frtt i"enloa, nl1 " Pr aqnare for each snb- r"'1, !,;. Till be charred 50 per cent, extra : and j JraJ adrertisenienta and personal communications. Jm hues ' solid Xonptrefl make one aqnare. AH JSotsofhalfa aqnare and over, are counted a a foil "SSnistmeiita requiring to be certified to. srffl be jftle eoetof?ertifying, to addition to the regular nt...

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. — 3 December 1874

got tilt mw. tUKVAIII.'VO AXD PACKING POCLTBY, l'niiltty slionld 1 fnt, nnd kept twenty-four liourn before killing. In hare the crop empty. Ffiml in tliecrup blacken the skin, injures tbe kali: of poulliy, and buyers will nut pay furthis ns'less ueiirlit. Oiwnins the veiu iu the nerk. ur bleeding in the month i. the iimner iikmIb of MUM))-. 11 bled insula I lie I lintat, tile bill ehonld be pnrd open with a piece of chip, and tbo poul try bui'E nl' ''JT'he feet on aline. This makes bleeding free and prevent bruising. The head nnd feet sbonld be left on and the entrails in. The flcnh shuulil not be nfmilated in any man ner. Turkeys and chickens dry-picked keep much longer and hell higher than the scalded. If the picking is done by scalding, the water shonld be heated j nit to the boiling iiiut, and the poultry held by the feet, dipped in and out from four to five times, couuliiig three caih time in or not. The work shonld be done neat ly, quickly, and tborongbly. AOer picking, hang 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. — 10 December 1874

MT " g...-- -- i)njtfi H w , jsl'--llll'WassWMalMBHLiiaLeLeBL BL ( I i i r - - -""pot-- " ' : jI SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. THE CONSTITUTION 1AND THE UNION. TEH3IS$2.0O PEE ANNUM, IN-ADVANCE. VOLUME XVIIL-NUMBER 25.1 TROY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1874. WHOLE NUMBER, 909. y Choice ftotw. WWAAMMAnAAA LOSENA. Tlie, years creep slowly by, Lorena The "now Is on tlie crass agate, Tba nn't low down Ine sky, Lorena, The frost gleans where the flowers save been ; Bat the heart throbs on as warmly now Aa when the Snmuier days were alga Tbe son can never dip so low AGown affection's cloudless sky. -A nondred months bare passed, Lorena, Since last I held that band in mine, And felt thy poise beat fast, Lnrtna, Though mine beat faster far than thine; A hundred mootba. 'twaa flowery Mar, " TVTieo up the bniy slope we climbed. To watch tlie dyinc of the day, Aod btar the distant cinrcb-liella chime. t "We loved each other then, Lorena, Vore than we erer dared to tell; And what we mi...

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. — 10 December 1874

f lie nitfas. OUUicf. feOXa. 31IX.lVEIfc. DEaitor. TEOY, KANSAS: Thursday, : : : December 10, 1871. Aboet a CancHB. The paper arts hsriog a, great deal to say nljont a RepuWicnn caucus of tbe members of the "Legislature. If the ilce ign of tbo cancua !a sim lily to select officers of tbe LegisUtnre, it is all riKht; bt if tbo object is to shape legislation, it Is piing too fur. The Republican party will be VW iwponsilile fur tbis Winter's legislation, in liferent; bntif tbe work is cat ont by a can ens, It will relice tbe Opposition members of oil zrepmislbility for exerj thing. The people are looking to tbe approaching Legislature for solid, beneficial work; anil if a good deal of tbst is not accolhplibbeil, the Repub lican party will feel tbe consequences. They want to see expenses rednced, annnal steals re jected and, above all, taxes rednced. Tbey do nut want to see tbe first two weeks wac ted is caucuses to secure the office of State Printer to snrns favorite ring; and tbe bala...

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. — 10 December 1874

.X if ? V M patter?. Th. Kansas Chief. SOL. MILLEBt IabUlei-. Tonoai Two Dollau A Til, a AItacs. Payment should be mad atrlctly in tdrau; .therwise, tterau of 3 per year wUl be charged, at lb dUcrtUon of th Publisher. a averU Bins 3Et.t3.to at i 1 mo. 3 mo. 6 mo. 1 year. One Sqaar. ......... Two Square. .......- Three Square Quarter of a Column... Half a Column Oae Column ....... 2J0 ti.00 ri.00 flO.00 4.oo ?xo loxo n.oe 7.00 10.00 17.00 25.00 10.00 15.00 23.00 40 00 15.00 25X0 40.00 75X0 25X0 40X0 75.00 150X0 Tor any other length of time. In accordance with the a bore rati, which apply only to regular adrerUalng. Biutoe card of 5 toe or lose. IS a year. Por .Legal andtranalent adrertiaemsnta, fl per square lor the drat Insertion, and 50 cent per aqnara for each sub sequent insertion. Special h'otlces will be charged 30 percent, extra; and editorial adrertiaemenU and prraonal communications, doublfl price. Eight linee or solid Nonpareil make one aqoare. AU fractions of half a aauara...

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. — 10 December 1874

.- -, - av the gumtt. Brlrrlltnti. Now commence Ilie Tarmcr'a leisure time. Let it Iw intelligent leirrtre. No iluuip place is fit lor aaeep, winter or earn- ijtnaa boards on old faWo, bnrns and out builJiiUP shonld l tightly nailed- Illaiikets for horses are cheap food as well as an evidence of hnmaaity All yoting animals must now be protected from the cold winds of the prairie. House 1 Are any ofonr readers so rich that they can afford to let high-priced implements lie in the fence comer or lu the field this wiuterf Bran is the best feed for milk, coira, and yields a better per cent, on the cost than any other food. Hut licher the bran the better. Do not qnit using the enrry-enmb becanse yon have waned working the horse. It invigorates tile skin, and promote health and comfort. Tlie pcriml of gestation in the sbeep'is abont five months, so those farmers who waut lambs dropped in Hay, can easily make their calcnla- Straw surds should now be put In wiuUr or der. The faithful horse 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. — 17 December 1874

iSSWBWjSs-iiss&sia i:c !4 1. ,i7 SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. i TEHj1S$'2.00 PER ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. VOLUME XVIII.-NU3IBER 26. TROY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1874. WHOLE NU31BER, 5) JO. .J7 mwM Choice fSoctnr. GROWING UP. H.MlfP m ,tm n"""1 . LbJ ' frMn nd .tf"rl mil their phawores crownlBg. "mother's" lu. their sorrowa" cure. . . M.tsP Ihsiraieo louchra, annnj curia sd ratluuit nsmtfrrt and eirr prattle-all joubr life'. loat Iar. adise' (, bncbt ha above the oilier, llnj hand that clang Unb'r.iTmatCst! close mfnldme. 11 of love'abest tfttM I jMUir lo'the Summer aan.hloe, glancing round tbe IiMug !1 lb' bright world echo with their fearless. came.. ... uh w keep them ' How they fladdcned 11 the. path from Jv lmtV: ... i i Wll lr dreams -we fji.bioned of them, aa in rosy alrrp t JI.w rarl. ,nc& l.loVrn wurd was Helmuts', bow rach strng .I.DZ lhunht was hall.sk , , . ... , ... lirMU Intk wrtl noauog m-iiiu, ,.-.-- fancj talld! I tidin...

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. — 17 December 1874

"Pethaps it would be wise. Sergeant; tnd if jou tbiuV so still, I will be ruled by you." "If we once gut to the river-side, where onr fcnrses tuottgbt bare water, I almost think I slionld advise a halt there. AlthonghI have made one observation, Major Bntler that run vlrnr venter is leau fare for a hungry man. Hnws- ctr, it won't linrt ns, and if you say the Word, Vtt will stop mere." "Tbeu, Serjjiiatit, I do say the word." "Isn't that the glimmer of alight yonder in'the liusUesl" inquired Horse-Shoe, as he turnod bis jmb in the direction of the bivouac; "or is it these here lightning bugs that keeps so busy abouung&uont!" "X thought I saw the light you speak of, Gal braitb; bntithas disappeared." x "It la there again, Major; and I hear the rush Ing of the river we are near the fnrd. Perhaps hn comes fnim some cabin on the bank." "God send that it should tnru out so, Galbraitb; Tor I am very wrary." "There is some devilment going on in these woods, Major. I saw a figure paw in 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. — 17 December 1874

yjvi u i i goat! giattai?. ijlas Sansas Chief. gOl- MILLAR, Publisher. Tormai tuuaes Teae, Adtaxciv. Payment ahould be I" tltin advance j otherwise, Ibo tU of 13 per year ,( VgZtl diKMOon of the Publisher! a 1-c-ortIjBlxi.s BAtosi 1 no. 3 no. 1 6 mo. I year. tXSO tiOO fJ.OO tio.oo 4.00 7.00 10.00 17.00 7.00 10.00 17.00 53.00 10.00 15.00 23.00 40.00 15.00 25.00 40.00 75.00 25.00 40.00 75 00 15000 Of" litSqoV; SjfsColmM ncsmi f 4 Is f vftvsaa w asa"s'T mnMMn sna-ftl wit. at J ntM. th 'jy'T on,5: " rrJnlr advertising. lsrMcarnotSlmeeorle,5ayear. ".nl and transient advertisement, tl per aqoare Us ta insertion, and 30 centa per square for each anb- 1!IS'"'llbeeh.rSed50 percent, extra: and rrv .jnrtiiBiaU and personal communieationa. ."toea of oW Xonparell make one aqnare. AH 4!SiirllIfa ")"" u"1 o'. corntedaa a foil "VfZiliumnU reqnlring to be certified to, will be .iSJaTctofV.rtifjrne. to addition to tbersgnlar "iruuS" sdvertlsementa must be paid for Invariably in "tSjflB WORK, of all W...

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. — 17 December 1874

gw the .farmer. Valuable Table. Tlie following table liow ihe dumber of trees l.l.iutwt 011 an ucre at annus" distances: At d feet anart eacfr way 2,720 At 5 feet apart each way li"49l At C fret apart each way law At 8 feet apart each way 639 At 10 feet apar each way 430 At 12 fet apart each way . 3 At 15 feet aDart each way j 200 At 18 feet apart acli way 135 At 20 feet apart each way . 110 At iSJ feet apart each way 70 A t SO feet apart each w ay 50 NUMBEH OF 8KEDS IX A BUSHEL. A Scotch paper p,ies the following table, said trfle baited upon actual trial, of tlie tinuilxT if arious Linds of need in a bushel. It al adds tlio weight, by which e cm judge how the bushel measures compare with oars: Ko. No. of "AHK. Wheat, Barley, Oats, Rye, Canary Grass, Iluckwheat, TSniilw, (Uendle's Sweat,) Turnip, Cornisli Holdfast, Turnip, Orange Jelly, Cabbage, Scotch Drumhead, Cabbage, Drumhead Savoj, Clorer, Ked, Clover, White, Rye Grass, 1'erennia', Rvo Grass, Italian Svreet Vernal Grass, nKLDS...

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. — 24 December 1874

"hf- 1 " r r SOL MILDER, EDITOR AXD PUBLISHER. THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. i TERMS2.00 PER ANNUM, IX ADTAXCE. f-i J VOLUME XVnL-NUSlBER 27. TROY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1874. WHOLE NUMBER, in. llsiilfiifeini C iB v rB v iB 1 ftl Choice fCacttij. LETTEB TO SANTA CLAUS. II KM. CXILT HUSTOCTOX XILLM. ffkile too are planning for everything nice. rjr, let me gire 3 on a Ut of advice. Itant uie It hard, if I aay In war ear. i.nU. I think jroo were partial, laiit yrarj I-idia tne rich folk, with everything gay. S.ibUng the poor one who came In jour war; of all timea in the year, I am aaro, Tiii i. the time to rem ember the poor. PlmtT of children there am In the city, ttao bare no father, or mother, to pity; Plntr a people whoo working and hiedlng scrl. caa keep all their dear nnea from needingi V.w if I came every year in December, ftty are the onea 1 would anrely remember. Mrr on a beautiful Christmas, you know, Jr our Savior, waa born here below i I'.mnUy stooping to hunger ...

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. — 24 December 1874

ImtfHjs $1M dor.. 3XILX.13R, Editor. TROY, KANSAS: Thursday, : : : December 24, 1874. New is tbc Accepted Time. Christmas 1 the season when everybody wants to accumulate and board up, as it were, all the jappltie.s he can. We would call the attention of the people to an important item, which stioald Dot be neglected. Now is the time to secure a Cunnty paper for llio eusuing year. Every ctti aen of the County tdionld have a good County paper. Ho may Cud larger and cheaper papers -sway from home, that will cive him the general news and miscellaneous reading; bnt uo other paper docs or can give him items of news and County business that interests him directly at iiouie, as the County paper can. To make the orld more lightly, every man must keep up his .urn end; and to do thst properly, he must keep "well posted In his own home affairs. To those inclined to follow tbo foregoing ad vice, we would nggst tho Chief as the paper thny need. We believe we caii truly say that it far stirjxu-wra...

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. — 24 December 1874

l"fc -l -n..-.. -wr,Kr' JF ' tMteate.--SittT teUbteMljHHII fowl pattern. Xho Kansas Chief. gOL. MILLER, PubllsTnar. I'er-zzxati DouiM Teas. Aura-rca. Payment abonld be i..trtctif In advance; otherwise, the rate of Boer year Jm b. charged, " ,u:u,,, raNer- 1 mo. 3 mo. 6 mo. IjtAT. One Scut Tw.Squaret Mf s Column txso 4.00 7X0 10.00 15.00 23.00 $3.00 TOM 10X0 15.00 25X0 fTXO 10.00 17.00 25.00 40.00 75.00 110.00 17X0 25.00 40X0 75X0 1M.O0 n,,(-slMnn 40X0 z. - r.thr lenrth of time, ia accordance with tli ij, nin, which ipply only to regnlar advertising. lE1iiieriUolSUneorlM,$Sayeir. vsrLeal and transient advertisemsnU. fl per square I J the ""t Insertion, and 50 cents per sonars for each tub- "ciaSal Votieee will be charted 50 per cent eitrt i and JwrUl sdvertiBemtntt and personal oommaalcatiou, f. . Jir .r baIM Tfmiiiin msfco An MMnL ATI JcSos of half a Bonare and over, trs counted aa a foil sjitrt. liverUsenv arret the ,.,. MMintrliie- to Tee eer-ifled to. win be coat of eartlfjiaj, i...

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. — 24 December 1874

rS got ifce farmer. en ftidck Bs-0nebt Wf fa Scad Tbem r the Slater On account of the failure of oar corn crop tlirongbonf tbo greater part of this State, nnr tanner are snipping out 01 ims oiaicaverj lame khxre of onr stuck hogs. Verr many farmers feel compelled to sendnfT f Ten Berkshire and ntber Rood anl costly brewls of hogs, for tbe price of stock boss. Tbi year drain on onr stock vrlll be disastrous and costly tu'Uie fanners. Next, year we shall be compelled to pay hack at Rreatly advanced prices, another Stock of bogs to replace those that we are nw an inconsiderately sendins ont of tbe Statr. Errry effort should nijjv be made to keep onr atocic uogs at nnme. it a means of encouragement to lo so, we give Hie result of a conrersatioD with a large li"ff freder in Illinois. Tie says: "That wbeii wheat is cheap he feeds and fattens hugs on wheat, anil fiends it profitable, as the- following statement will show: , , . He took 100 hogs, and pnt 50 in pens and fed corn, and 50 and ...

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. — 31 December 1874

'T?te 1 k: M . m 4r SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. TEQHS-S2.00 PER ANNUS, IN ADVANCE. VOLUME XVUL-NUMBtiR 28.1 TROY, KANSAS. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 31. 1874. f WHOLE NUMBER, 912. srj5j&&ss$. iVuU5il5 Choice octtu. TSE OLD CLjOCK ok the stairway. I paoe on the lonel jr atalriraT, f 1-.k on its great white face; T It t it pendulum, creaking Id 0e dill, carved cakeo eaae; jo count with mine IU beart-throbaj To look on tU choatly face; To list to it mournful tnnalc, A it TliabIea o'er and o'tr The mnmruli cternall; paaalnf. But rrtarnlne on more do more; To lUt to the knell of the boar The L"furo that come no more. Alone, on the lonelj atalrwa y, 1 tut to it ronaital chime; And it peak to rar heart of the raaUbed , And beaiitifal adden time; - And ft tfarilla my heart with the moalo Of the beautiful olden time. ILm' for the musical Tolcea; For the jrara aud the cj clea fled ; Fr the gwldeu bnure departed; For the hippy daja that are dead; Ala' for...

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. — 31 December 1874

Caur, aa though the phnst of Montgomery was there before' him, Deueaict Aruuld rushes on I Eveu b he rtuhes, bo falls. Even as yon look r-jwvn him, hi bis battle rage, with his leg that' Vred, he falls. Hat dors lierjrivs np the context I Bv tlir ghost nf Montgomery Nol No' He tills hl fart from tbosiiow.linw crim soned with bin blomlt hr follows, with bis start h'K vei '' PtU'1 ' 1'oran; lie shouts, with his tbnmler tunes his Well-.knon n battle cry. He beholds bis men rnsh on amid light and llame; he hears the crack of the ride, the roar of rmmon, the tread of men, rushing forward to the conflict. Tlien he erileavorn to dm. A gallant soldier offers bis arm to the wounded hero. He rise, stands for a moment, and then falls, 'lint still bis Mini is firm. Still his rye glares up on the distant tight. Not until In-makes Imbed, litre on the cold simw,tn a riool of bis own blood, until his ryes fail and his right leg stiffens, does his son I cease to brat with the pulsations of bat tle. ...

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. — 31 December 1874

? ' - - i in -W7BS gm glattass. 5 Kaasa Claie g0l. BIILLBK, Fobllaher. tt i Txax, Aijtaxcx. Payment should be fWUfZiimn, thenrise,tbratcfJperjear a arret ' "" discretion 01 u mourner. Y& Ld-p-oT-tlglJ3.g Ratoai 3 mo. 6 mo. I year. tlM 15.00 7.00 10 00 13.00 25.00 40 00 17X0 10X0 17X0 25.00 40X0 7SX0 110.00 17 OS 25.00 40X0 75.00 150 00 400 i'w 1-.-..M .! TOO 10 00 15X0 25.00 ,i.,r lrDCth f time. In accordance with the M J oU?F-i -l. onlv 14. romlar adrertlilnr. fT iZ, iMertion, and 50 cent per square for etch aub- inSlS'wiUt ebargedSO percent, extra, and J2,dreruiM'ta and personal communications, .'Sm of solid XonpareIl mike tme jnre. All " tflslfe square and OTer, are counted aa a fall (LnumreU reuulrlnf to be eertilled to. wffl be Ar.n7orrtifvti. In addition thererular "iilttt .dvertiwment mnit be paid far Invariably In 5i7nB WORK of all hind done on abort n". letin.e. win admit. All J.b Work must be paid ,bea taken "val B owe AGEXTM. ..TO L LOCKK.V34 Park Row. "J rETTBGIU. CO...

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. — 31 December 1874

rfe ry -Hsrst-iei Ship Pamttry. Secure plump, well fatted birds. Bleed tbcm in tlif throat. Bold euongh to make the featli rti" come ff ouy; pick both feathers and pin lawber aU off tiicelT, taking great care not to trnisr or break tbe akin in any way. If nus or tvrooftnelat sbnnlil accidentally get brnlwd, or bare the akin broken, cell or use at borne, as tlie j" xrocld burrtlie (ale of thtTWhnle Inr. Leave all the entrails in, and brad and feet tin.- After lbey are dressed, bang t bra-Jo-a cool flaee. where tbey will dry off and get stiff before Tuackine. Pack in boxes or LarrrJsIn nice, clean rye straw; if this cannon-be obtained, 'dry oat straw may. ur ami. xe core .acii pars; soiui, that tbey will not bruise, in transit. Pack with breast down. Foultry.prepared in this way al wavs finds a reailv market, while imor. half dress ed.aweaty (canned by packing vibile warm) and liruuwd lota will not kell well at any time. Many farmers make a practice of feeding their "half starred fowl...

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