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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 23 December 1875

Wit Mntf SOL. 3IILLER, EDITOR AXD PUBLISHER. J. THE CONSTITUTION rANI) THE TJNION. I TERJIS-S2.00 PER AJfXUH, IX ADVANCE. h W V l I I' v - VOLUME XIX.-NTTMBER 27.1 fittmcc Mttn. THE CHBISTXAS BABY. BT WILL. X. CAHLETOX. TLart welcome, little bonny brM. . But tliuuldo' ha' comr Jnst wbca Uia, did -Tf imta ar InuI. OU JJayluA SaUad. Hoot ! ve lit tie nottl t ye inn: it n me thin way Crowd! n yrntelfimoncMt tuthU UoMterla Winter' Ur Koowln' that we already bare thrre of ye, an mtcii. Au trrin to make yereir oat a ChrUtma present o II car en ? Tfn of yr bare re now, air, f.r thU world to abase : An' Bobble he hare no waist dbat, and XeUJe he hire no Aboes, An; Samtnle bare no hlrt, Jr. (I tell It to bis ahanie,) An tbe one that waa Jtwt htuu yf we tint bad time to name: , An all o' tbe banla be Kmaaliln. an n na poor folk fall ; An Boas he Little the wajea, when work's to be bad at all ; An Tom be have cut hi foot off. an' lies In a mournful Slight; of na wonders at mornin' as what we 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. — 23 December 1875

3Lk Ifcmsajs G14uct SOI. IMILX-TgR, EOItor- TBOY, KANSAS: -Thursday. : : : December 23, 1875. The Children's Holiday Satnrday will be Cbristtuas -iiipbt,ca."-' cbiMmi'a Indicia?. None look forward M it witu no innch pleasure, and nonuare more disai'P""1 cd at the failnre to rrceite ll.e caston.sry pro rul. From tbo day ttbe lb. ttise f ' Eas. bronKbt Rifts. o lb- netv-bornClinst-cbilel tothrnl.lfae anuitersary bs In inf nrm-aall-AH '"-",Ml K,,fl 'r,"- T" .be inrnpinatiou of tbo -'. "' "J"1'"1 S:";- UCIaiisi.the tiio-ttvonderful Ih-...R In .st Mice- ami Ibe .locking buns n,. in Ibe cbim tiry comer tilth a failb Ibat is .iiitlciubtltig. T.. disappoint tbeui cm ibis occasion, were almost cruelty. Vet ibere are thousands of clulilreii in this country, bo never beard of Santa Clans or, if ibry bate beard of biro, it lias been asa vagne, distant bring, tv b is supposed tode.il ttitb more fat. ml classes cifcbidreli. but in is as tiuap pmacbable to tbem as a distant planet. Christ Dias bri...

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. — 23 December 1875

W I"' x n r .j ml patters. THE KANSAS OHIEE. SOL. MILLER, fubltwhcr. Tonna: TWO DlM-lArS A TUJ, IX AtlTASrC Payment abonld len-aiestilctl. iuadrar.ee; ithrrwtse, lueraleorHprr 'arir"1 '"elurritl. t Hie iliscTrtlon T the Publisher. J he nu ilnllir will In no ease be exacted, except when iiTf!"?" ,hhL? U mti in Pajnient. or nammix trouble U pirro. It I. always beat l. bare a clear nnder ntandlz. with the Publisher, when time it desired. -A.ca.-0-ox-tlglxts Xtc-toss '2& 1 no. 3 mo. C mo 1 1 year. OncSqnare OJOitSOO 17.00 IIOOO TSvinarr 400 7.00 10.00 1 17.00 Three Squares 700 10X0 1700J 2500 Qnaltrrora Column I0OOJ150O 23.001 4000 Haifa Column tsto S.V 40 00' 73.09 OneColnmn .. 8S00 4000 73.00 13000 I"fr CllTlb-r Ielirth ef fin. In BwnU.M with ll,. aW t r rati, which analy onlr to rmiUr adrrrtixin;. rrtli eea renin t f 5 linn. t leas, f S a year. 1 ir It rl ami trcnrlrrt adirrtli-ementa, 41 per square f.-i tbrrjirl ii-rtiiifti, at.,1 so cmta per atjnare for eacb to M-tjri 1 1 Inser...

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. — 23 December 1875

j Redemption list. NOTICE i hereby given, that the'followiiiE described lands nd town lota were sold for tsxea tor the year 1872, on the tth day of Kay, 1873 that the three yean lowed bylaw for lor tne reaempuon rwlrmntian of the aame will option 01 the aame wui . . . on tie out aa iif V,v 1 mwA .nv of May, 1876. asd as; or eacn tract land or town Iota unredeemed by that time, win be Teyed to the purchaser by tax deed. EOBT TRACr. County Treasurer. Troy, Ka, Xov. 18, 1875. IOWA TOWXSniP. Description of land. S. T. B. Acres, Same. n e frl qr lotl nw cor awqr frlnsrtswqr 10 19 123 I43C JHUtt, do do VS Manet Jacob Edwards JasEMartln M J Hills M Davidson 27 7 10 1 40 10 11 143 40 70 40 SO 40, frlpsrtswqr 10 par.Vwfrl,r li part w part neqr 32 " eialfawqr 7 part neqr 9 ehalfnwqraeqr IS a e qr n e qr 18 uzroi JoeSoott W Sharp J 8 Long "RHunt Bird Use Duncan, estate npartawqr as WOLF BIYEB TOWN'SHIP. Aug Pennel DsvidLoyd Unknown WAPry John Ware 7 Bibcock do s naif awqr 3 a half aw qr 3 ne q...

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. — 30 December 1875

i -- ! T-' y-- u ?J j to T . ' ftftj&f fe . fc 1 y ' in tr :.' SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AM) PUBLISHER. VOLUME XIX.-NUMBER 28.! (Stwice Itoctm "STEP IK." A Cheerful "Word for tho Hew Tear. BT WILLIAM D. OALLACUia. LooV not backward, bat forward! TU better To kerp an ere ftlirajr before. The Past hold one down to the letter; TU a. chain, and a clog, and a fetter And more. It kbortens and hampera onr paces; It Mnda 04 with cords that we feel; It clupa as in corteU and brace; It keep lis In rots, with tta trace OftteeL 'Si'. - Now and then, tt I well to remember: At night, aay, think orer the noon "What the wood, though, that burnt, to tbe ember! What's the worth of the light of December, In Janet Juat the worth of the light of a Teasel Behind, and the office It filla. At the front, now, It where wo moat wrestle. Though It be with but mortal and pestle. And pills. To tbe front, then! And throw oat before you Whatever will Ifcht np yoar way. With this, and the free sky that's o'er yon. An...

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. — 30 December 1875

She iiitSiiis $lu gOL. MnXER . .Editor. TROT, KANSAS: Thursday, : : : December 30, 1875. The Bond wiHdie. KollmiK new has lieen developed in the school l..l .windle. at Topelta. iTeliininary ,. have l-en taken to bri,,,; unit ,rniust Lap.in. n hi bond. If it w l"ven ,l,at be WM a f" bi I he frauds, that rettles his case; hnt if nut ,.nnMi. it will leave oilier ..fficere in fully as bad a fix as be is. He claims that his only fault was in not lieing sufficiently carefnl lo identify the parties who drew the money. The School Fnnil Commissioners say that they have facts in their possesion which they are not at liberty to din close in the present state of the case. But whether Lappin is a party to the frauil or not, it seems to ns the officers whom the law males Commisioiiersofthe.S.hoolFimdare large ly to blame. In the pnrchaso of school bonds, the only part the Treasurer has in the transac tion is paying the money upon the order of the Commissioners. If the order is genuine, he has no...

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. — 30 December 1875

- iwat glnttcrjs. THE KANSAS CHIEF. SOL. MILLEK, FoblUhcr. Torms: Two i Doitira a Trait. ArrrAsn. Payment should 1 mrrir stiirtlr in idnnw j f tbrrwlse, the rate of 1 per year will be charged, at the discretion of tbn Publisher. Tbe extra dollar will in no case b exacted, except when ummiUt delay la made inpajment. or unnecessary trouble Is given. It ia alwaye Wat to hare a elrar under Undies with the Publisher, when time ia desired. J.eXtrovtieaxxs Zlatos: 1 Ida. 3 ran. 6 mo 1 year OneSqnare Rjo Jioo 17.00 110.00 TwoSiuaree 4 00 7.00 10.00 17.00 Three Square 7.00 10.00 17.00 85.00 SuattrrnraColnmn 1000 15.00 3.00 40.00 alfaColumn 15-00 sun 40 00 7AO0 OncColnmn SS.00 0C0 73.00 13)00 For any oiher length of time, in accordance with the aunvr rat a. which apply only to regnlar advertising. Jtuaiiirea canla of 5 llnea cr Ira. 15 a year. lor legal and transient advertisements, tl per aqnare firtbrrlisl insrrtlrD, and 0 crnta per aqnare fur each anbsrqiirlit insertion. SpicialXiticrav il...

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. — 30 December 1875

w 'frvrrwuMiorrtaa V r bit i , ij i i i n His Eedemption list. " Ci:(Ei loily ilvtu.ll.it the f. Rowing described i. lnuail Iivi.1iIi.viii Mid firtaxes Ir the yesr 1873. i n the 6th da of Ma. 1873i that the three years al lowed by law for the Rtlrmptii.il rf the Mine will expire en the eth day of May. 1876, and any of tacb tracts -ef land ur town jots unredeemed by that time, will be eon. veyed to the purchaser by tax ina-Ji0VT TK A.CT. Troy,Ee,Nov.l8.J87&. County Treasurer. IOWA TOWNSHIP. yam. JBUtt, Description efland. S. T. B. Aerts. aeMqr I O 43 19 63 4 00 34 S6 110 64 13 31 2193 119 64 33 30 92 30 32 96 17 39 37 00 SI 3d do ds II S Manck Jacob Edwards JuE Martin H J Hills II Davidson CEFox joi i wcorawqr frl part w qr jrl part w qr e qr s e qr part a w frl qr part n e qr n w frl qr part w part n e qr e half w qr partne qr efcalf n wqraeqr Jos Scott W Sharp J S Long RHunt Bird Gee a e qr n e qr Duncan, eaUte npartawqr 31 2 WOLF RIVER TOWNSHIP. Aug Pennel David Loyd TJnknown ...

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. — 6 January 1876

XBBBtaB5P&3ri SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AM) PUBLISHER. THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. i TERMS$2.0OPER ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. VOLTJME XIX.-NUMBER 29.1 TROY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 6, 1876. WHOLE NUMBER, 965. K i Choice Itacffii. OVEB THE HILL FBOM THE POOB-HOUSE. A Sequel to "Over the HIII to the Poor-Hoose." BT WILL V. fAKLCTOX. I, who was alwaya counted, they ur, Rather a bad stick anr war. Splintered all orer with dndfca an tricks. Known aa tbe worst cf the Deacon's six." I. tbe truant, aaucy and bold. The one black aheep In my father'a fidit, "Once on a time,1 aa tbe stories say, Went OTer the. bill on a Winter'a day Orer tbe bill to tbe poor-boose. Tom could save wbat twenty conld cam ; lint ji'nV was somrtbin he never would learn ; Isaac conld halfo' tbe Scriptnr'a speak Committed a handred rersea a week ; Sever forgot an'jiever slipped ; Hot. "Honortby father an' mothar" heakipped; s orer the bill to tbe poor honse. Aa for Susan, her heart wa kind An cood what there waa of it. m...

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. — 6 January 1876

H. r ' a.! She Ifansas Iuef. SOL. MXXalUaEsR, Editor. TBOY, KANSAS: Thursday, January A SUff Upper Up. I.tGpriDg.mlSnmrner.lbeanriceoftneC to the Turners of Doniphan Comity w. Keep . .tiff npper lip." The .Ipff th.t .- -ed Willi, it Urt te wtaowlrfgrf. b ""I been remarkably abundant- In the Spring, hen tbe ' STPPW we hatching out, it ns" tlwt they would only partially damage the crops, ami wouul leave sufficient to make at least half a crop; and half a crop would have been thankfully received. So the farmer, kept a stiff npper lip. Bnt tbe oats, wheat and barley went, and the frtfit and the vegetables. The ouly chance left, was a late crop of corn. The corn was planted, and tbe farmers hoped for plenty of rain and late frosts, and kept a stiff upper lip. But the frosts came untimely, and sufficiently bard to catch tbe corn when,the grain was in the milk. Very little of it was merchantable, and the only chance left was to feed it to fattening hogs and cattle. It would bring something...

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. — 6 January 1876

JV fi 1K :f WS) 1 t gocnt gtattas. THE KANSAS CHIEF. SOL. MUXEIPubUHhep. Tonus : 1 J?a ."iV rA TT- w Al.TA3.rK. Payment shonM JhiMlirS11-.11 t!,e '"". r thePnb.iler. ...V-iT xU"""rwin In lineage be exacted nt taen SSI?rTa!!ila ,UIV"d inpayment or nnecer trouWe U tfi-en it in always Wat to hare - clear tinder tudhis with the Publisher, when time 1-dr.ired -7-oxtljaln.g Jiatos: 1 m. 3 mo 1 6 mo j 1 year. One Square 'J0 fiOO j 7-00 f 110.00 Twojnnarr 4 00 7 00' 10 00 17 00 Three Sn,nan-A 7 00 10X0 17 00 25.00 Qum ter of Column i 1000 1300 123.00 j 4000 l.a.faColuniti U500 2500 4000 73.00 One Column 25.00 40 00 ! 75 00 I 150 00 lor any ether lenytb of time tn accordance with the abtiTf rales, which apply onlr to rr.rn.ar adrertiain;; fcusiness cards of 5 lines or less. (5 a year. lor Iceland transient advertisements, fl per square fcrtbefcist insrrtin, aud 50 cmti per sqoare fur each ubrqnei.t innertfon S rial Jf, tices ill be charged 50 per cent, extra . and rdhitrial advertisements an...

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. — 6 January 1876

c: l Kt Ihe gw of tltc Uuucj. ESSENCE OF THEPEESIDEKT'S MESSAGE. The present Iieiae the ninety ninth year Of onr rreat and glorioua nation. The but decennial census I here Transmit for your information. From friToIoaa talk on whiskey rings. And Scbeuck, and similar libels. Let na torn onr thoughts to schools and tblnes. And churches and taxes and Bibles. Aa to onr present relation with Spain, I treat of that subject folly: , ... And trust I hare made it perfectly pW". We can do nothing hat bully. Should it seem hereafter a popular more Of Cuba tn take possession, I may hare a scheme for you approve. Before the eloe of the session. Herein is a list of our Iron-elada abown. All in excellent trim for flghtlnj; Deducting such as may hare gone down Since the date of this present writing. Sir mind Is dear. I beg to state For me on the curre.nCT question : The quickest way to contract's to inflate Aa corfiing cures indigestion. Jf worthy folk I do not teach With clearness, aa having author...

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. — 13 January 1876

') - fi r-tr , v. -rs- - &- k !W 6 , ff SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AXD PUBLISHER. VOLUME XIX.-NUMBER 30.1 liaicc Itoeftu CENTENNIAL ODE. n,.r.n..t ..t- t. ,-. . 1 l wr- a-nannne liiory. wril A.niritlon. for it. t .n.i vnHHn. m .. riLi7."? J .t .-. .- for IRC. It baa been submitted to tho National Board of lentcnnial Commissioners, who will decide oa IU official adoption aa the National Centennial Ode-1 The ace, mightv Ood, are thine! The Nation. Thine the ace bur ! All people to Thy awar incline. Thy sovereign providence declare. Onr hearts exult in Thy great Name ' Te blc h Thee for oar country free t For all IU greatness and it fame ' Thy glory its refulgence be. O. Soverrign Ruler of our hearts. Our country guide the ages through Onr country guard from baleful art vjut cuuniiT Keep jorever true. Of all the fathers' sacrifice May children's children mindful be And on the wing of morning rise Forever anthem of the free ! Thon haat ontapread thi wide domain, Reaponsive to onr toil and ...

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. — 13 January 1876

Ki lit &l Hi & m r? if. t bl : ilie fSsmsais (Blifcf. SOL. SIXCX-XTES, Editor. TEOY, KANSAS: Thursday, : : : : January 13, 1876. OFFICIAL PAPER. Tbe Connty Board passed an order directing Itiat all matters rrqnired br law to te -inulislieti i"n a newspaper of the Comity, published In tbe Chief. This includes delinquent tax list, fi nancial statements, Treasurer's notices, and all orders of tbe County Court. The Board is de termined not only to look closely after tbe inter ests of tbe Comity, but to let as many of the pcoplo as possible knon- what they are luin-. As tbe Chief circnlatcs largely in every part of tbe Connty, this medium has been selected to convey to the people information that "they slmnld have. Those who have not yet subscnu cd, will find tbe prcseut just the right time to d.i so. " VrniTAS." This correspondent, in onr pres ent iio-ne, crnncs to the defence of the Catholic Church mi the political issue. We like to see a man fi;;iit for bis faith; lint he is s...

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. — 13 January 1876

E555H5!5H5S5m ft - & kf goal patter?. THE KANSAS CHIEF. SOL. MILLER, Fubliaher. Tonus: iTmad??., . Ti"" " AnE. Payment should TMtm i ,rtfcyil5d,M?s "'""rise, the rate nrttper ?..?. S,,"lS,ft the "-f the Publisher. ?nIliIU,r.,rm. ta be exacted, except when SSUKTf 2 "'jtaiMde inpaymentor unnecessary Undine with the Publisher, when lime I. desired. AdvertlBlTiE Xtn.togii 1 no. 3 no. 6 mo 1 year. OneSqnare f2J0 500 17.00 110.00 Twohqnarra 400 7.00 10.00 17.00 Three Sqnares 7.00 10.00 17.00 2S.O0 QnartcrofaColums 1000 15.00 23.00 4000 Half a Column 15.00 2500 40.00 75.00 One Column 25 00 40.00 75.00 150 00 For any otbrr lenfth nf time, io accordance with the above rates, which apply only to reenlar adrertlslnc;. Rusinrsa carda of 3 linra or less. s a year. For legal and transient advertisements. $1 per square fortbefii.t insertion, and 50 cents per square for each subsequent Insertion. Sps cial X. ticea ill be charred 50 per cent, extra j and editorial adTrrtiaemen'a and personal com...

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. — 13 January 1876

J c w for tlt gmmtt. C'0t f Prcpnrinij Perk fmr Tlarkrt. It may not be iiuiuteresting to hog raisers to have the charges for slanghtenng, cutting and -urine the hog product, ami for unoling, pact-iucandcanva-inglheiDie.in the city of St. Loiim, v, ti.ch are about as follow, z Hos slaughtered for elangliter-lionse offal. Cutting dressed hogs, curing and rendering the lard, ''ciclusne of salt and cooperage," 2oc tier 100 pouuds, hook weight. . Furnishing salt for curing green meats, in balk, 25c. per 100 pounds mea bulk weight. Packing barrel pork, furnishing salt and pick lc. 75c. Ter barrel. , . . Packing hams in ticrcts, furnishing 8 v. cct pick le. 81 per tierce. , , Sugar-curing hams, in open mIh, ready for smoking, lc per pound. . Cooperage furnished at market price. Storage free, on t ho product to March 1. OSal from dressed hogs sold free of charge and proceeds credited to the owner. Smoking, 25c- per hundred pounds weight, out of smoke, including fifteen days' storage. - Pack...

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. — 20 January 1876

'fcuic"HioriearSocietV fsMf 1 II 1 fQWWWtyWi wSmwL jz?m Uwlu 7jMl fe r- f SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AXU PUBLISHER, y THE CONSTITUTION" AND THE UNION. VOLU3IE XIX.-NUMBER 31. TERMS$3.00 PER ANNUM, IS ADVANCE. WW !60CttlT. A EEQXnEK IK THE NOKTH. Br HATRED TATLOK. TROY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JANUAKY 20, 1S76. Sped Mwirter Night' wiM Xnrtbern M-ht Whoae fret tb Arctic Inland, know, " nben KtiiTenliibrrftker sharp ni. whit Girtl thr complaining short of onw Scnd All thy wlDilk to nw-p the world, ' And bowl Id mountain JUV4 fr- And bang thy bannf rn. rrd and cold. Against the anield of every Ur! For what hare I to do with morn Or Summer ..lory In the rale IVIth tbo blithe rinjc of forest horn Or tM-cLoninj: gleam of anowy aaiU ? Art tboti not ni, in who Line The fleetioc Summer dawned to me On tie like the echo of a Ieh, Itraide the kind rrnonndtn m-a t Oh. brief the time of aonc and fiowrr. Which Vtax me tfaroagh the Xorthern Land! I pine amid Ita leafless bowers. And on the bleak and lonely stra...

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. — 20 January 1876

jy.-"uJb&. -- Cat ,. - wS "? K ,' h ' m lk I E J i : 14 (Lilt ftottsa 6Mcf. SOL. ixxxaSiz, . -Editor. TBOY, KANSAS: Thursday, : i : : January 20, 1876. Governor's Message. The Mnwagr of Gov. Osborn. which "" ,rn?" tiiitteil lo I In- Lej-iidiiliire last week, i '"" r '" very liest. Some have eipreased disappointment 1h cause lie made no reference to politic; but it I. m mmh more in I.i- favor, if be confined bin, .elf to the inleresta of Hw State, an. did not em lm.ee the occasion to nuke P"Ical, cal,I'al himself. Tlie Message i onwhat lengthy, and we Mull merely Kiv Vlis of his recotninen- datioii. After cnrap.-irinj: the condition aud prosperity or the State now with a year ago, and congratu lating the people upon tlie improvement, he en ters npon the finances. He ray that, notwithstanding the hard times, Kansas has promptly met all her obligations, and that her bonds command a premium in the East ern mallets. lie recommends retrenchment, lint not the withholding of necessary a...

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. — 20 January 1876

4 rtlL (I jj :m a i M I, local gtatttw. THE KANSAS CHIEF. SOL. IILLEIt, Xu.blUher. Tonus: 1 Ja"0.8 .A Tr-"- lx -1"""!- Payment should n ,lrVr 'J VlT;n.I' i,"Tw the rale of M er fiV . JTf.1"""?' f1 "" -clItFli ..f -the Publisher. I he exua dollar will in no ease be exacted, except when S2J?i""? .e ""''V '." n"'e in PTmit. or nnircmuty trouble in riven. It U alwaya beat to have a clear under standine, with the Publisher, when Urae la desired. AdvcrH - -n g. xiatoa: 1 moTf 3 mo. 6no 1 year. One Square 2y tiOO 17.00 110 00 Two Squirm 4 001 1 00 10 00 17 00 Three Squares 7.00,10.00 17.00 55.00 Quarter of a Column 1000 1100 S5.00 4000 HalfaColnmn li CO '2100 40.00 7100 One Column . .. SSJOMOOO 7100 1S000 For any other length of time, in accordance with the above rate, which apply only to rrrnlar advertising. Business cards of 5 llnea nflrs. fl a year. For legal and tranalent advertisements. $1 per square for the that inserticn, and 20 cents per aqnare fur each subsequent Insertion. Spe ri...

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. — 20 January 1876

1 If I r tt gwtmtt. the sr.ACcnTKn of the i.toocents Datrn with the Pat Hunter and Poacher (irt the Farmer 8e ibal the Insect Dcatraring Birds are Mared. Spake thk Birds. Do more than this; encour age them. In walking along a hedge row the other day I counted six birds' nests in less than a quarter of a mile. Suppose this to he the av erage, then a ICO patch -would have 24 nests. Suppose each uest had one brood only railed in a season, and averaged four, then 96 birds would he raised on the outside hedge alone. Suppose every farm on its outskirts had 00 young birds, and therefore 43 old ones to attend on them to gether 144 birds. Suppose further, that natural ists do not overstate how maur insects it takes per day to feed a bird then what a great num ber would be destroyed in a day wh it myriads in a season. Further, suppose orchard and other trees were planted, as they ought to be on eery farm, it is only a moderate estimate to siy that the number of birds would be double, and doub...

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