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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 1 July 1875

J B. 1 SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. the constitution- and the union. TERMS-$2.00 PER ANXUM, IN ADTANCE. - - VOLUME XIX-NUMBER 2.1 ilioice 1? tfriw. w BITNKEB HH.I. Oradmothcr Story of the Battle, as She Saw it from the Belfry. Br G LI TEE WTSDE1X HOLMES. JU like tlrrins lino? emler, when, at tlhty, on re- A1I tIoarhlncD.I the quaking of Mth limes thai tril mra'i mouI," "When I talk of VMg and Tory, wben I tU the Bll tory. Toyou t!iewonl4 are auet,but to me they're brtrnlaf coaLi. IIiA41tanl the mnVeU rattle of tfa April riming battle; Lord IVrcj'a bnntcd toltUers, I an ee thirrd coaU atOI: - - jl . V' Bat a deadly chill come o'er xne, aa t&oday looms np 1 fore m, AVben a thoosand men lay Weeding oa the slopes of Bonk erllilL Twm a peacefol Sammer'a morning, when the first thing pare ns warn inc. "Was the booming of the cannon from the river and the bore; "Child," saji grandma, "what'a the matter! what is all this noitie and clatter t Hare thme ncalping Indian derils come t...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 1 July 1875

Sl1452; -lfMuooa theacqnisitlonof the The Tories extrf fu experienced ISSSta tueBritUhservico thought toeadvan- ?a"e So dearly r-xreha- TliE HEKOES. TnEHEBOOF SEXXrXGTOX. nr.t Gen. John Stark was bom in Lonaonaer MKe'vf l&mpshire, At.gt.st 28, 1728.- In 1736 he SmovedTrith hU xsinily to Derryfield, now IrfnrWeT Here he was employed Sn hunting Sd&ShSdifStU April 23, 1752, whan. Woe on a hSg Expedition, he was taken prisoner of Bangers, and served, w.tnjt ii '' " gninary battle ensued n i which aU of Stark's superior officers were klled, and npon him de vXSl the command. He was soon afterwards annointed Captain of the company, andpartici S aTsucVin the battles o? T.conderoga and Crown Point. TTe then returned to lew -Hamp shire and engaged in toboidb a zuiu. in uie SDrine or 1775 he was appointed a member of thB Committee of Safety, and after the battle of Lexincton, he repaired to Cambridee,.and was immediately chosen Colonel Of the New Hamp shire troops. Besides the-part he ...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 1 July 1875

V w 1 r tat pattA Th. Kansas Cbief. SOL. MILLSBt pnblUrier. eweo-tra s TWO DOLLAtUJ A TXAK. W ABVASCt Payment ebodd be rn.de atrletly In advance! erwi ? P J" rill be charged, at the discretion of the Publisher. k.3.ir citl " S X-ta,to i ID. 3D. 6 mo. J year. One Square. ........... Two Square....' Three Square.. Quarter of a Column. ... Half a Column... J2J0 400 7.00 10.00 15.00 23.00 tiOO 7.00 10.00 15.00 23.00 40.00 17.00 10.00 17.00 25.00 40.00 73X10 110.00 17.00 25.00 40.00 7100 150.00 Une Column.. .. For any other lentil, of -? EJTi' h tte above rates, which apply only to regnlaradrertlelng. ?o"'niardrtli?SelimSS:- l per uare tJ ?he flr5Tln"rUand SO centa per square for each aub- StUl'lfJoee? will be charged 50 percent extra: iad editorial advertUement and personal eommunicatteae, d ElbcMPtoea of .olid Nonpareil make one anuare. All fractional half aquare and over, are counted aa .full "? jTe"l. , rennlrin- to be rertlned to, will be elrgedttf1yW addition to the regular "Transi...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 1 July 1875

- iva vmmT. Tx jr raMatiaw mftfwra m rfaiirsrv wainiji ,n'io-i - Iv f: . s.saawwal B sawaawaiwanna.- 1 - Jw ifoe JasHtt. lie Jm jtf tte Wk$., nstfNws OATS FOR HAr. - Mint "ire raiM our oata for the seed tbey con tain f We certainly are at liberty to cnt.for fod der before they are ripe; bnt ire are so accnt tomed to the other way, that it seems almost Zaovglo do it. Yet it is done, and it is recom mended . Now the oat is just as ranch a hay (or p-rasa) as timothy. It may bo nsed to the same adran tajre, and in some cases is preferred. Sow thick, and get a dense, fine-stemmed growth-, and cut Just before the milk appears, or when it is pres ent in the upper seeds. This is plenty late enough. Cure well, as you wouia cio, u instead of haying a harsh stalk, you have a ten der, pliable hay, eaten with eagerness and ben efit to healtlf as Arell as to perfect digestion, which is not the case with mature stalks, as you do not get all of tho little they contain. Bat cut with the substance of...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 8 July 1875

t T3T r w SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. TEU3IS-52.00 TER ANNUM, IN ADYAXCE. srvrvav Kansas IvOWilBVrM T. HI fPCfMf t&0l V VOLUME XIXr-NUMBER 3.1 ($Wm Itocttu THE BIBBS OF KXLUNGWOBTH. r hkskv vr. Loacntmuw. It was the MMon, when tbroogb all the Unil Tlie lurrlo ami mvi l-iiiM. and Liii.,Un alng TImnw 1mt-Ij Jjrri-.. written ly Hi aland. Wlom Skxon Oloin call (tie JUitbe-heart King i Wht u u the I rough 4 tbo inrple bud expand. The liaDUT f the .anjfun! f the Sprioc .Aiid rUulrU. trj.-fciuc. nub and If-ap, Jl lid ware tbt ir tintlrtias iiiaU from tbo ateep. Thr robin and tbe bluebird, piping load. mini all lue hio9nawe orcuarua wiin tnelr elee TiiP UN Tlivir ! kwrTowj 4-Ulrpdl fcjXltr (tflJ were pruaa And bnntrrr rtowa. aembledin a crowd. ftrir rmco inioij tintsuwua uenuoBW IM); Claniowf tb-ir piteona prajtrr loeearastlr. Knowing wbo Lear tbe rvf na cry, and aatdi "Give ,. Lord,tbU day oar dally bread!" Acrtm thr Round tbe bird of pajutae nail...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 8 July 1875

m Vm m m- x P'R. - Editor. TEOY, KANSAS: Thursday; - : : July , 1875. Tlie New Departure. A8 announced 1m. Tveck, the , Doniphan conn.. ?"Tr. "" W!.W in Troy, and '"'h with iU lto.ln- good tv.ll and that " . - ... .1.arinlinn list tliaiwan nui u.- port.ouoi . . ben onIered eadyononrlistjor' . m.:.f romniiiH nnder our excltr otherwise, 'liw " "" -SSKSSi to the situation may VTo have always held to the the not be amiss. ory that there were too many papers m Kansas ,.i.- nn,onnt of patronaKe. Doniphan County has been nociception to this rule. One paper inthoConnty could do a fair paying business. Tlicre were entirely too many to mate a lespect able living, even in more prosperous times. Thus far, wo believe, all the papers in the Coun ty were 'agreed. But the difficulty was, each publisher thought that his paper was the one that the people particularly needed. In trying to establish this fact we have said some pretty hard things'of eacliother. However, none of us have ever been called ...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 8 July 1875

w I I tm f)tott. Tla Kansas Chief. SUll MILLER. IJnbHher. Tonus! Two DouaBS a TEA, w Abvaxcl- raymenti should be made atrfctPyin ad.?, ataerwi.; be nte of " J"r will be charged, at the .tiscretion of the Publisher. -A.j.-o-eirtllxi.S lEta-toes; 1 nw. i 3 mo. I a mo. 1 year. One Son.re ' l? TwoSnsres i',5& Three busres I .jEi ) i?nii QusrteFof a Column .. - I JSSg ' goo llsif a Column iSSlSio 17.00 10 00 17 00 23.00 40 00 73.00 I0 00 17 00 21.00 40 00 75.00 150 00 For any other length of time, la accordance with the above rate., which apply only w rj.r .m..uS. fS "andtranlJent "advertWcnta. tl per snuare r she rS ln.ertion?and SO cent, per sonar, for each .no- fnr "ajIXe? wfflbediargrfM percent, extra, and editorial adTertLmenta and" pe"1 communications, d Irtt'toe. of solid Nonpareil make on. aouare. AU fractloneofbalfa square and OTer.are counted aa a foil "I?, ....m.t. Tii,lrinr to be certified to, win be lSStt?SLtit5ffi " the regular "Transient advertleeraenta must be paid fo...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 8 July 1875

w tire gwtmx CHAPTER OF WEL1, TLED FACTS. SET. BEES - 1. All atocks of bees should be kept strong in "TweU garrisoned city may defy assault. them strong, ami " - h Ashe calves are raised at the .cost of -tatte and cheese?, bees are multiplied at the expense 0f3.DBfes filled with honey are not inclined to St A?' the robber's knife is staid by year purse, so beware bribed 'ith proffermUweeU 4 In natural swarming, uees win iXl country carry their treas- heLTbero fchould be no communication between occnp.ed "hes, allowing the bees of one to pass Jircetly into the other. fcm,Ua. 7 A swarm of bees destitute of a Queen- fast 1 indies away; and unless supplied with one, soon perishes, cither by robbers or moths. . A country without a government, a farm with out an owner. . . . 8 Swarms having combs insufficiently pro tected by bees, fnrnish a retreat for millers and food for worms. Unguarded treasures invitejthieves. 9. An excess of dronos should-be avoided by discouraging the construction ...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 15 July 1875

-aanr: jiTinijiiiwl, " ? ' .-. lidkb mM S ST SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. VOLUME XIX.-NUMBER 4.1 wm fiwim THE WHITE OF THE BRITISH EYE. wr THtKOS m-owx. HiduijLt Urt in Uw blue bay qulrer. And mellowly on the m.M airwwrll TIe holy tour viihr iM Son th bell; . And the Cpii' Hill wntricM, laiy a&4 fcluir, AnvfrUack jm lbv comi-aihI got TvRre o the clucl all's "ell, all., well." A lid dark In the frith ofMyfltie Rlrer. An'l oTrr Point Lrrhnivrr'a shallow bar. Lazily li the a.oi of war ; AimI ((OTrruArCage, in hUrltr quart!", ..nardnl (la tho't) from the rebel arm -Of the rawal Putnam at Inmaa'a farni, lly cauoon no Ronton fort pd ratefa, -Dream aWd In bU carelesa elpCTxt Xw rer a lUp of III kreathca -ly, . - Tu lift the !M of a BrilUh eISf " Paat twelre o'clock all'a well, alVa wall!" And Bothfns told to the Sammer night That a thousand Yankees on Charlentown height. With a thousand spades that rose and fell To Liberty's heart-boats, honr by hoar, Were undermining King George...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 15 July 1875

&e fCwotf Mrf. soi.. mhbb, :Ertito.!: TBOY, KANSAS: Thnrsaay, ::::: Jnly 15, 1875. Destitution in the CoHnty. The let of destttntion taDoniptan Connty bbiiDtas to attract attention onU.Je. The Wtotolh oLject of some l.ttlo .port atnon" papers in oilier yai ' TyLrcA over 11.. grasshopper .peton. WoWievclheCM, indnlse. in eat.o le than any otber paper in tit. State; and wo ..over attempt to mako tUo Mtnation ont yon. ban thotctswiU justify- Wa kno-r tbat uavo felt tto ITnro severely... our fatulnw, and that all branches of trade and bu..ness bavo felt it in like proportion. Men who have heretofore been ablo to make a comfortable living for their families, bavo liecomo a Connty charfic, aud scores of laborers and mechanics have oue abroad in search of employment. Wo dp not vn,v of a single imnroYtmen of any cbacter in iirocress in tho Connty. Let ns make a brief review of the situation. In 1873, there was not half a crop in tho Conn ty, bnt there was no panic, and no fear of any on...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 15 July 1875

W ' prat pittcis. TO PREVTEKS. , Complete Printing OSw ft !.- The purchase of tbe ltenMan Office lrares a complete printing outfit cm our hands, for which hare do rue, as the Cu- office waa already better supplied with material than any other country office in the State. The entire material of tLc L'rpvUiain &re is now offered for sale. It Is much better supplied with material than a large majori ty of the country newspaper office, in Kansaa, and eoosi.ta of a complete ontflt for running an g-coliiinn paper, with an abun.Unccof.il Vinds c.r material. It embrace, a large Washington hand press, to Fd condition, with rolling arparatn. anil roller mould, imposing .."-, . c-. . composing .tlcls, cba.ee, cabinet, racU. Iead-cuttcr, nu- p.. mtrwiB lorn 01 aifj'imj .jy.- " --- &P tvT- M j .officifDt dc and drtiinff tjpe to get oat an (--colnnm p-prr The tody type ia BittIct sad Xonpa ril It has beta in om lew ttn three year, has had cairfa.tiK.ffe. on a light edition, and S almost a...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 15 July 1875

- - gffTmimmt. vtiit lite Insects. - .nr anartera of the State wo learn of rSSfinaects. Thrormbont portions f?d.OTn Franklin and lfennelc Coun ?f t thker worm is ravaRinB orchard, and freS-in sSme sections acres and acres of forest !h islookiDe as though it had been uited Ka fire wWch8 hid tatter, every leaf from its tree. The true tent caterpillar is also working Sadhavoc in many orchards in all parts of the State although they are noi so nnmerons-as In Stale, , wiu b . ' Th ,,.. worm lias al- anpeared'in eonntless ..nmhers, threatening ?2eIdeSrnction of this nseful fniit. It .s an easy matier, however, to keep this last enemy in chik, aslie "wilU" before an application of white hellebore (in solution,) about onr ounces Wing dissolved in a pail of cold water, and -riled with a common ganlen syringe. An appli JatTonof this kind will most effectaally curt up the varmints, and if repeated on the appearance Ir .1.. .. .i l.rood thev may be completely rout ed from one's premises. We not...

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. — 22 July 1875

2SE2 n SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. THE CONSTITUTION" AND THE TJNION. TEMIS-$2.00 PEtt AXXUM, IN ADVANCE. VOLTJJIE XIX-NTJMBER 5.1 TKOY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JULY 22, 1875. .WHOLE NUMBER, 941. it m Jilninli wMJml M i.. k I . t ? w . R (flItaicc Worn. PIJUN TALK TO A "HTMAinTARIAy." What n Western Man Said to Ono of Foxneroy's Apologists. lit EABL UAKU1X I n-rUii jMi'rr c 1 .!. wnir ww v tiie cr, IUi. nulrrv ft.rIhn3rrfliwneio train. ... t . ri. t.t .i..nit cf a hirani'er lut litre. I'm late from the Wtt, from ir I lit J ii trie ytre iwrtu 'Unt a r-k fcj.j, A vuiithr Lin. IrrckimnijH Kr llic Jlain iu purly iwon. Wbat! Sim ! SV d hie fur we to sign, anyttivf Well. lia!- th m Hon for. M boy f Ya"II let a M1W read It, I "low I 'w eitwtmuiatton Imw JVnwroy. TJie iIeT.1 I knew Mm w II. do 3 know I luKaous, fllobg fn :, - A'a tbe place h tint brus tA jrnr, When lie'ii Jim Lane war up to their tricia- Tlifj lit on the town of Atchison. Tht wa Iionlcr Hnf&an clean V the core. And a ri...

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 July 1875

fflkt $mz (ffikirf. SOX.. SULIiER, . Editor. TBOY, KANSAS: Thursday, : July 1875. Grant and tnc Republican Party- A welcome correspondent, whose opinions we respect, this week comes to the defence of a third term for Grant. We have no doobt of his hon esty in this position, tint wo cannot asreo witn him. In the first place, the feeling of the Amer ican people is so averse to a third term, strength ened ly distinguished precedents, that it has come to he regarded almost as binding as a Con .linfmnf.1 nrnviaion: and were any man nomi- "nated for a third term, ho would almost certain ly he defeated. Thus we have tuo consideration of party success, to begin with, to urge against the scheme. A President's power and patronage are so enormous, and so rapidly increasing, that it threatens to be dangerous, even for a second term. Nothing hut the most critical circumstan ces can malce a second election- necessary. Such crises bavo arisen but three times since the com mencement of our Governme...

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 July 1875

--" ' bo LV - . V. . gttti gfettws.- TO PKDVTEBS. Complete Prinliuc Ofllee ft' Sl. The purchase of the J?juW" Office leare a comple te printing ontnt on ear bands, for "Men we bare no us . the Cm office w. already better supplied with material than any other country office In the State. The entire material of the ltrpUn office I. now offered for .ale. It I. much better .uppllrd with maten.1 than large major! ty of tbe country newspaper oOce. in &-.l " of . complete ootilt for running an tLeolumn paper, with an abundance of .31 kind, of material. It embrace, a Urge irasblngtonbandiress. in good condition, with rolling apparatn. and roller mould, impodng stone., case, .lands, composing sticks. cb.se cabinet, racka, lead-cutter nu .c.-t.fiiinl.r tree a large raricty of good job type, and .nffident new. and adverttaing type to get ont an e-column paper The body type i. Brevier d onp riel it has been in useless than three year., ha. had careful oage.ou a lhrbt ediUon, and i almost aa...

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 July 1875

NanHwwng3ggs, ! i i- "'. iy gx flw psmx- BCCKIvnEAT- Tlie principal valae of bnckwbeat to farmers Ihil latitude, consists in it as a suiiplemeut ,n this '' he substituted where cr0Pi..fiilcd by reason of insects or otherwise. DeJia.i ST f the destruction of all kinds of ' rrops by the Kocky Mountain locust in so large . in Patera Kansas and Nebraska, and in an "..l-Iora. more than the usual M ,.. ofbuckwbeat will be sown. The con Snn'flheilandmorethan the usual fall d?' ? ,t .season of the year, are both favor aUe to ?he BwtaTof this cW As this crop able to iuo i , Tety ilavs to mature, saK fro' k 5th to ii, it fcuouju m. " . r i. manv good fanners pre-K"n-fc "MeSfu-ofjnly to the l.f or frostK it tliouiu ue , , ven while on hiKh airy locations it may be de nned to a later i-crio.1. The roil should be t'jor ouRldy pulverised on the nurface, so that the nlnnu will cet a good start at ouce. If the soil Fs moist "hen the seed is first sown, it will Bnront Tcry quickly. Sow with a wheat ...

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 July 1875

laajw" II iSSSBZZ- ' ' ' ' " ' " ' " i--? PER w . 3.1 : . . &is- .yssz? v py .1 K K I' &' V SOL. JIILLEK, EDITOR AXD PUBLISHER. VOLUME XIX.-NUMBER 6. Choice THE PIONEER SCHOOL-HOUSE. BTA.K. MRBT. TtteKclxMj hone by Hie wajtMe stood, Wllljiu clfriu In the vtmL Twm lra.lt of lof ki -neli rade tj le, Twuald make oar njodrni tcliool boj mile, TnMitM unlike tit neat, joltntUI choI room where they meet. riiJ))i-n busriU the tp did rrow n, "With polt-ji arroM to bold them down. At light, ofcftnrne. vu not denied. -Om lojf removed root eitfiw aide, -. - . With panca of glau jmt Id It JUre, Sufficient to light the inner apace. Thf ae, and a anitfng oaken floor. Kudo benchea and a natehUu door ; Top-ther mitb a fine of atone. And mud 'twin Interaticea thrown ; A fire-place both lon and deep. Where faot-kindled flames did leap Through all the hoara of Winter ncbool. And where in Hammer atood the tool Wherroa the idler aat as dunce. That did good aerrice more than once. Ami I have fairl...

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 July 1875

fte t&msKi SOL. MXEsIsErt, Editor. TBOY, KANSAS: Thursday, :::::': July 29, 1875. The Census. There is a dispute going on over tho relative efficiency of the State and United States systems of talsingtlie censns-tbo persons who arranged , nrnt Statu nlan. contending that it is per haps tho wisest thing ever conceived by the hrain of man. The State census is simply a fail ure, and serves not as well to gho an idea of our population as a careful estimate. It is nonsense to compare tho Stato census with that taken by the United State. To begin with, a department of the General Government has. for almost a hundred years, been charged with the duty of census taVing, and has had all that time to perfect its plans and tables, improving by its' owu experience, and ha ing accit.s to the best approved sj stems of other countries. Persons are appointed in each County and District for the exclusive purpose of taking the census; men are Kelected who are competent, they are well paid, and it ...

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 July 1875

Us. .t:jS, mZ naBfcl K ( .. , -V r - III It' r i i ' m f gm pattew. TO PBDfTBBS. Complete Prlollng Offle " !. The purchase of the XejmUian Office leaves a complete r,rfn!n .f!f nnr hinds. foC which laVO DO Use, the CJli office was already better supplied with material than any other country omce in mo .- - ... . a . 0.K Jf H ulS if material of tbe HepuUiean offi u now uu . -. .. U much better wppliod with materUl tliM a Urge majori ty of the country newpper office, in Kn. and coubU of a complete outfit for runninffM tcolnmn paper, with an almndanceofaU ind of material. It embrace Ure Waahlogtonhandprea. in od condition, with roiUx.fi apparatot and roller mould, InpontoX l. cwea, itanda, anjuafiij. aticlvN cha-ea, cabinet, neU , lead-rotter n ineron.foiiUofdWlay tjpe.alarfe Tarietyof coodjob tvi and nfficient newa and adTertUiJ.fi type to get oat an column paper. Tbe body type ia Bretier and Xonpa ritl it liaa been in naelew than three years, Li had careful OEajee, on a light edition...

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 July 1875

fax it mmx. ..i-.l,.Kimandlbc8lok Uw. rJmorr.nrat' World: Sonio one bas lately written that tbo chincb-bng is coeval wtli Hon Srian era., and recommend, tbe abandoning of ffcnlt?raon. This,. n our opinion, ironld not iovTb" P the evil, as tbey bave learned to fee.1 vbeEdTSitoo ituccU bibematef Not in lh:rJLZTin tbe wheat field,, bnt in Ue crafsy fence rows, lue ""Y . ,f -- " , fit power, tet ns bave a ?5J!,r.?nWTv Irtb nnie-tentta of tbo . .in iini Tirii iiruiuituk s,sw www. - Mia,. j woui,i bave a very lenees i '"; . ltat wo bave uo Mock C K anould do tbe next iSthta. whleh wonld bo to move Ibe fences of loo" itandiiig; late in tbe Fall, m a "fy lime, aim Bt7ir5-to tb? trash ! dry IP". Not only wi 1 it be destructive to tbe insect tberein barbored, "utniH al-o Wl many weeds and shrubbery ,"..... -!.. r Riiro to occupy mich place. 'iho strip can bo plowed and the reiice put in tbe old place again if desirable; if not, it can oc cupy a new one, to go through tbe same routine in cours...

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