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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 2 March 1876

(Stajl8tori?ajSocetp bttf HM pEJRJ-y L SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AXI) PUBLISHER. J. VOLUME XIX.-NUMBER 37.1 Choice Stotm THE WATCHER OF THE GEYSEE, Tlie CtrjM-rn, or boilinc volcanic upringi. of Icelan.1 liv Im. for cmtnrian ll.t wonder of taaiikind. Jfrre MjuUmn IU PiViffer. the cWehra Ul trartl r. spent a Uy and uis.it, in tchinc, alone, the apiannce of tfaU ntraii phenomenon of nature.) Alone. 1cneath a Polar ky, ili"l reewna drear and vjutt, Tim "Watcher !U with aWplrM eye, "Nor beeda ttie ntnrm nr Llant. Companion of the pure bright atar Tliat mark" tbe clianctlejui J'ole, Sbe aeea in bearem tvrt-ne and Tar, Tbe atara their circle roll. She aeea not now the atlrer flow On Jordan tremblingly, "Nor bear tbe blae ware chfming low On (jalilee'a bright aea, "Nor marka tha moonlight, aa It wearea Ul"-n tbe earth below Strange tracery, where acacia learea Are a aying to and fro. There aleepa no aanny Summer scene Ueneath tbla colder akr ; "No calm bine warm, no killaldea creen. So aoft bree...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 2 March 1876

7 i hi f M M '. i i foe Itausais fflMc!. SOU. MUXER, Editor. TBOY, KANSAS: Thursday, : : : : : March 2, 1876. The Black Hills. s fear- ti.. Tiio.i, inn. ru-r ; lMxnnninc ' r0Se Ml, in this part of Kanaa, Inj'"-' community, parties are ' Jne Inary to organizing for tlierxr"" will ba abandoned, property ""jf"1' "" manner of torn, mad. " " esaary to purchase outfit A. upon all public qneatfon.,. be .!. an op.n.on upon. this one. and be prcot i. "f1'" to Pres ,U Webclieve tbattbe Black Hills are a bum bne and a frand. There may be gold there, but if so it txa he taand in VWaS quantities only by the nse of heavy caapital and expensive ma chinery, as in Colorado as, in fact, in California and Nevada, and all other gold-producing conn tries. This excitement is got up and kept np by. parties interested in leading outfitting points, or in other schemes of speculation by which they expect to get rich by plncking the dupes who flock to that region of desert and rock. Better stay where you are,...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 2 March 1876

M goal patter?. THE KANSAS CHIEE. SOL. MILLER, 1'ublmher. To: Two Dotxitu a Tuk. if AtiTaxct Vaynirnt should be made strictly in ad ranee ; otherwise, the rate of S3 per vrarwill be charged, at the discre lion of the rntlisher. The Ktii dollar will in no case be exacted, except when unreasonable delar in mmde la payment, or unnecessary tronuie is glt-en. Jt. is uwiyi nest to nare a ciear uu,., standing sith the 1'iiMuuer, when time U Uesired. A rfTfn-rHnl'n HAteBI Into. 13 mo. I Into Ir. One Square liM BJJ 17.00 10.00 110.00 17.00 33.00 40 00 75.00 130 00 i wd MinirM . w I ThreeSonare - - ... '10.00 17 00 J OnarterofaColumn .. 10.00 lioo liOO 25.00 25.00 40.00 7i00 UalfaColnmn... ... . I 23.00 I 40 00 OneColnmn . For any other lenjrth of time. In accordance with the aboxe "tVwhich apply only to recular adrertialns. J'uslnesscaitlsofSluissOTlrseSayear . For 'real and transient mdrertiaementa, ft per aqoare for the flrat Insertion, and SO cenU per aqoare for each subseaaent Insertion....

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 2 March 1876

-ws-T amasszr ""HaST'tH'- - T r m i j pt the gvmtx. ETGBGREGX AND ORXASIBXTAI.. TREES. The Scotch Pine is the most rapid grower of all onr hardy evergreens very valuable fur for est planting. It is also valuable for planting in poor soil where otber evergreens will not Inri"f and makes an excellent wind break for sheltering orchards, bnildings, etc , , I Joe Aorway eprace is so well known a ? the best evergreen for ornamental pnrpoe, " it is only necessary for us to say that itn' valuable for hedges, screens and timber. . Tbe Austrian Pine. The Black Pine ?'""." was introdnced into Britain in I35, d '"'" "J '' conntry a few years later, and n " a. vorite in ornamental ground. """" .; I.,. ,,.. symmetrical andcompact,presenL...,- of rich dark green fofiage w-mtej Itis8lsobecomlncafay.rue , iDC. Gniror sav; " ,a ol ':... "t I:..- jog. ongor says, a. -- ,u u v, a llTnVp.Kmth which adapts -. . ,, -- , j ju natlve country it iontlmelln. the height of 100 feet, and its hlorofTyrir. Larch ...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 9 March 1876

-' State Historical Society SOL. 3IILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. THE CONSTITUTION" AND THE UNION. I TERMS-JJ2.00 PER ANNUS, IN ADTANCE. raii m m wtmsjm? mrmm mmym !IPiPri If VOLUME SIX-NUMBER 38.1 GLTROY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 9, 1876. WHOLE NUMBER, 974. $It0ttt Itoefm OLD SICE FTJBSEK. ("Klchard rurser, m firm laborer, lately died In the work-bunse, aged one hundred and twelve, lie worked la the fields within seven jrars of bla decease." Cbuntry 'apet. . Wall, It do seem a power of a time ago Sinca old King Garge came bare, job know-; But I rrmfnjlwt by tbia tigs Tbat Spring tba bcana were coming on vine. I waa twent j.fonr on tba very day Tbat tba Koyal Carge went down, tbey aay : Tlie Admiral's money it still lie there Tia eighty eight y aara come next Stroud valr. We drove to Glonceater a load of corn, Tbat Jane tbe Prince of Walee waa born ; I couldn't forget it for all 'Squirm wealth Fur tbay made me drunk a drinking bla health. Tkeyear I waa courting my little afay, Waa the ...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 9 March 1876

rCSSr- r r - issa V. ' A! i 1' i I ft Lf- ' ke Kbwwhs fltotf. SOL. MXXsTsER, Eaitor. TROY, KANSAS: Thursday, : : ; ; : March 9. &7& Worse, aad More ofl The news from WWnBton, with put, has been of an '' tb6 War De The Commute on Exp" b, tb mo8t partment.oftheHon'' dinct and positive profti '"' Fort BiU IndUo Terntoj, ait.onbyhr.be.T.a"'1 Secretary of War, Smmi "- not exactly to the 1" therbntto his wife, who, it seems, made the bgjjln and sale, and received the money, with the Secretary's knowledge and consent. The original bargain was made with Belknap's first wife, who died in 1870; he afterwards married her sister, who kept np the business. Not the least scandalous feature of this affair is the fact, that at the funeral of the first Mrs. Belknap, the business was talked over by the parties. The Secretary, finding himself caught, at once ten dered his resignation tit the President, who im mediately accepted it. Articles of impeachment will be preferred against the Secretar...

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. — 9 March 1876

F &mA totte. THE KANSAS CHIEE. SOL. MIXaTJffiTt, Tublllier. Torms: TWO DOU-1M A TUB, IX AlrraSCX. Payment sboold Ik made atrictly la ad ranee i otherwise, the rate of per Tear will be chareed, at the discretion of the Pnblieber. n1MTr dnltar vill nnOMU im neid eXCDt When unreasonable delay i mads Id payment, or bbwcmmii tronbls la -iren. It Is alwaji beat to hare clear onaer standing with the Pabliahcr, when time la desired. .il.a.-o-ox-tllilar mxtoa 1 1 mo. 1 3 mo-1 go I'Jr- One Square. .................. TwoSqoarea ..........--. Three Sqnarea... ....... s.. Saarter of a Column... .. alf aColamn... ..... One Column..... ...... ...... t3J0 400 7.00 10.00 1S.00 25.00 tiOO 7.00 10.00 ii.ro SS.00 40.00 n.oo 10.00 17.00 25.00 40.00 7100 11(100 17X0 25.00 40.00 75.00 150.00 For any other length of time. In accordant with the bore Stra, which spply ly towlar adrertleins. BasineM esrda of 5 lines or less. t a Tear. For let-aland transient adrertiaemenU, fl per square for the first Inse...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 9 March 1876

r --r-- 1 li ' ' i r fc E& f;, 1:1 ih 1 1 Li R'. it ... s ' n Ft "1 I r. i .far lite atmw. inE law of noADs am) nooni- RIK1. From an Address delivered by Simon E. Baldwin, "" Professor of Yale College, at the Annual Mciti":"' "" Connecticut Board of Agriculture.) It is a common Mistake, tm.nMMstluij "")" rmti tuefcoil otonr roails. ilie Mtil'i. '". () right of waj, and tlin inner t i li' "B of w iruui any mri oi mr roan "" . -. repairs or lniprt.ttmeatx; but tlie " '.. . lie unlit with Ilia koii ana an mat cronn inert-"" -, , . adfoiinmr miir.ri.tnn.. Deeds Ik'"'." '" '' "' landholder ownniR Ik.iIi mmV" " '."..i.:.,....,,. .. t !.. ilisf illlIlllHrtl. 1111111(5" the road, ami if the road ,m;" , ... ..i.vmI.. i .i UJ.rt!ic hh1 Ah iiiiliMuii- uiatel regains tliu iie " " , al LaVno nBLt to mw m-I ''" 3 '"f ''"f ""l''1 byorderortli0li-ctn.e"r"' '""" '' Koad rnakiriK was not ..r,K...a ly myMe.1 .,, tonn. Th.S I"vrr i- S'n bj Matute. TI o town has a right t cut and rrnio o trees, slia...

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. — 16 March 1876

'State Historical Society IS- s SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. ) THE CONSTITUTION" AND THE UNION. TER3IS-S2.00 PER XSKUX, DT ADTASCE. $ E" i r li i. - V W f:k II & V 3 i i ? 4 VOLUME XIX.-NUMBER 39.1 (SftflittJ&MftlT. OLD STOBY BOOKS. ST IUU COOK. Old story books! old story books! we owe you much, obi friends. Bright-colored threads In Memory a warp, of which death bold the ends. Who can forget vet who tan spnrn the ministers of joy, That waited on the limping girt and petticoated boy ! I Lnow that ye could win m heart, when every bribe or threat Failed to allay my stamping rage, or break my sullen pet; A "promised story" wa enough I turned, with eager smile. To learn almnt the naughty "pig that would not mount the stile." There wa a spot, in Uy of yore, whereon I osed to stand, With mighty question in my head, and pennr in myjiand; Where motley aweeta and crinkled cakes made up a goodly show, r fc ' And "atory books" upon a string, appeared in brilliant row. What sbonld...

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. — 16 March 1876

' i iU I f t ' ft; I&e fKmtsn ftief. goL jfllXER, Editor. TROY, KANSAS: Tbnrsday, : : : : : March 16, 187C. A iVcirCrasadc Against lhc Infidels Two wecLs ago, a corumnnication nppen"1 n three columns, entitled THongW. on Be.' i7-A Ser Aflcr Troth." W. wen, nt I . Minor of It, and, in fiet, did not ndn MatcmenuAtho t b.ir. Lowovcr, coM not ...leetlnwuto to tbe mart ortho.lox)-bt we admi ted it in accordance .lib an often P cZlccf ... M 3" PP.rty l" h0 tori. Dot .t pn-tae-1 a ,.rd,s.onS l,eV.nB andnralins, and tbe indicate for aw . ,1c, werr that we would I- con-ngned to the utako 1 fncot Tbe conuiiniiication wm written in ""objectionable lupus 1 int. were no worse than those eiprese8.1 by corres on.lents on former occasions. What tliero was in it to cause such a terrific explosion, wo can not conceive, unless it was that Mine one felt that his reputation and standing needed recu perating, and a big hullabaloo in the name of Cbristanity seemed the best means of accom plishing 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. — 16 March 1876

V H. h : c I fr-? T ?r . w gotnl pattas. THE KANSAS CHIEF. SOU. MILLKR, PubliaUer. Two Dolucs x Yese. AnrAxrx. Payment should te made strlctlr in advance ; otbervise, the rate of 43 per Tear will be rhared, at the discretion nf the Publisher. The eiUa dollar will in no caw be exacted, except wben unreasonable delar is made Sn payment, or nnnecesssry trooble ia Elven. It la always beat to hare a clear under standing with the Publisher, when time ia desired. v i-T-fT-tai--ig notes; lmo.3m.SmJr- OneSqnare ...... ....... Two Squares TbreeSquaree. ...... ... Huarterof aColnmn... . alf a Column I2J0 JOO 7.00 10 00 i00 7.00 10.00 liOO 7.00 10.00 iron 10.00 17.00 25.00 40.00 73.00 150.00 25.00 1500 ! SXUU I su.uu gS.0OM0 00lT3.O0 15.00 H.00 40.00 One Column. - -. t saMLnUnM wlttl til For any other lenctu of tune. '""." jrtl.ln" above ram. which apply only to reeular adrerti.InS. Huslness cards of 5 linos or lea. O Tr- Forleandlrsnslent advertisement. 1 per square forthelrVt Insertion, and 5...

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. — 16 March 1876

- .V.i 1 1 i ' lt h fe I- ij. piS nt .fa tU gwmtx. THE POIiA!VI-Cni?tA, OR 3IAGIE nOG. EASTEXTEBrmsE, Ixi., January 24. To tie Editor of the Cincinnati Timet: I gaw a query in yonr pa per from S. II. !- Borrows, Iud., requesting some ouo to j;ie '''"' the pedigree of the Poland-China or Jtagie li2 I will try and give it to him, but I frar it nil! be so long yon cannot find room for it. I,l't. is what a great many men want to know, mm ty pnuiismng it yon will benefit more tiia """' 1672, K Coopert Union, in Kew Vork, Sfajr Ami at that meeting committees were aj.iKiiiiti.il t;i ;re pare reports upon the lmtory, cliaractrnstic.t. and a u-ol r.:n!..M fr the resiwclive breeds of and a scale of uoiuts for the respective iireeu: swine, as follows: 1. Mape or I'olanilUUma 2. Berkshires: 3. Iroprorol Clieshires or Jefler- cnnlnnntr- A niiestfr Whites ; 5. tKsex; C. Neapolitan ; 7. New Jerwy Itds; 8. SulTiilkx; 9. Yorkshires; 10. Victorias. The Committees reported at Indiauajmlis, November 2C...

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. — 23 March 1876

I StateBiatorical Society' . SOL. MILLER, EDITOE AND PUBLISHER. THE CONSTITUTION" AND THE UNION. TERMS-S2.00 PER AX.NUJI, IN ADVANCE. U VOLUME XIX.-NUMBER 40. TROY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 187(5. WHOLE NUMBER, 976. Hedtb fall I Pffi4F JMrCM UlffiUI b f K f i OUItoicc g fltim THE THKEE PBEACHEBS, There re three preachera, erer preach in j Each with eloquence anil power; One old, with lock of white. Skinny m mi anchorite; Ana heprcachea eTeryhonr, "With a shrill, fanatic voice, And a Bigot'a flery acorn : 'Ilaclt wards, ye presumptuous nations ; Man to misery ia born 1 Born to drudpe, and sweat, and suffer Born to labor and to pray : Triests and Kings are God's VicegercnU, .Man mast worship and obey. Backwards, ye presumptuous nations Back, be humble and obey P The second Is a mlldrr preacher : Soft he talks, a if be snog ; Sleek and slothful in his look. And bis words, aa from a book. Inane glibly from hia tongue. 'With an air of welf-eontent. High he IifU his fair white hands St...

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 March 1876

i I 3 :. She iiHSas (Miict SOL. MmOER, Editor. TROY, KANSAS: : March 23, 1SJC- Thursday, Not So Very Singular. The Alrhinon Champion, of March lItl',,,",, following. We copy its r. marks entire. .ntcrxau ElUe reason, the ed For wine unexplained ;'"" snlfc.ted the ""- I' Itor of the Troy tluf bas !, 1,a """'.'T1 '? .latent hostility towarJ- i,,J1"tt pretense V.' J"J exhibit thi. boUlit on thei jib WM,rillltor to what Atchison fa ""dt Imagine. ' know tht inspire such a feeling, ' Sjoos. treated linn with de AUhbion , on wj" Va hearty and generous sup cided kindness, and P"?, frri ,ueh all animosity toward port. Andwhyhe1,,liauletonn.lcrUnd. .4Uhiw.il, we "Ty,,SlT2Kr"liM " rtlcIeeihlbitlnK The lat "" ?iSwiriiic to provoke prejudice against thi. spleen, "J 5?-l"tcrn Kansas. The ote of the mem. Atcbfion ftlwvon the ConcnlU Xornjal School ap. hers from '"?" the text for one of tbeCAie t charac proprUtionU.rMie'no Atcui,n But that paper LrUtie rt,d"lona,0f the "fact Hut all of the Doniphan...

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 March 1876

-t IV tout glatte. THE KANSAS CHIEF. SOL. MILLER, IubUUer. Tonus: Two Dollars a Tr.aE. a Ainrxxcz. Psymrnt should be made strictly In advance ; otherwise, the rale of 13 per ear will be chirped, at the discretion of tbe Publisher. The extu dollar will In no cane be exacted, except when unreasonable delav Is made in payment, or unnecessary trouble la given. It ia always beat to bare a clear under stating wun ue a-UDllsner, wben time la uesireu- Imo. 3 mo. mo 1 year. OneSqnare 2J0 ii0 rr.00 110.00 Two Square TOO 10 00 1T.O0 Tbreeare. . ... -. 700 1000 1700 S3.00 Quarter of .Column "-JO 15.00 ffi.00 40X0 flail a Column "-00 ? i9 ,-W One Column 25.00 4000 73-00 1 130.00 For any other length of time, in accordance with the abore rates, which apply only to regular advertising. Business canla of 5 fines or lew, fi ayeer. For legal and transient advertisements, 11 per sqnaro for tbe first insertion, and SO cents per square fur each subsequent insertion Special Notices w 111 be charged 50 pe...

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 March 1876

Fi n.3 V-Y m mh r i r f S !l 1 i n &1J fii'l w. I,f- it K'i y 4 it . , . El i ? it M ii tei I i! M i i. i 1 . He Jntf ot flic Mtig." w''''' rfVVWHAAMAAAAi THE KAN 'WHO CHEATS THE PEHTTEB. The nan wbo cheats the printer Oat of a single cent, . , Will nerer reach that heaTenrr land Where old Elijah west. He win not gain admission ; By derils hell be driren. And mads to loaf his time awar. Outside the walla of llearen. Without a man to creet W". Without a pleasant K"": The happiest that be tfl reP. W1U be almighty thin Hell hare to est tbej IhUtle Of sorrow snd rere. j rfrtt smrt Hell bsre to f " So" betT With cossedness, j" . j.Wr in fancy fowls sings the prais AJ?fw.IU5r,SdtathefoUowinguniqae hymn: es of hla favorite WW"" ,,.., , IfTM want some festhered at 1 iif.yVill not toot wishes m I entbeirnest you dally knock. Boy some eggs or get an I Of the famous Plymouth R J irashlngtoo's JYeble Cb.nrr.eter. i h. Tirirata diary of Geu. Washington, tin der date of April 1, 1783, occurs ...

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 March 1876

T State Historical,, .Soictj asSes h . ' ggggMiiiSS!iSiM----ii- u U SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. VOLUME XJX-NUMBER 41.1 TEBMS-S2.00 PER ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. &0tf TO THE WZATHEBCOCK OH OUB BTKEPIVE. BT ALMST O. OEECTC The dawn haa broke, the morn U op, Another day berun. And there th poised and elided spear Is flashing in the sen. Upon that steep and lofty tower Where thon thy watch hut kept. A true ud faithful sentinel. While all around thee alepL For yean, npon thee there has poured The Sammer's noon-day heat, H.d "K" the ta dark. aUrleaa nlrht. The Winter storms hare beat: Bat yet thy daty has been done, Br dav and nleht the asms. Still thon hast watch'd and met the atorm, Whichever way it came. Xo chmins blast In wrath has swept Along the distant heaven. Bat thon hast watch npon it kept. And instant warning giren : And when mid-summer a sultry beams Oppraas all living things, S? do,t ""ell each breeze that cornea. With health npon Its wings...

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 March 1876

I ii: I W-i tea. if u u r.i ' Pi I' 1 - . &,, 4f i, aW fc-h l5 ft ' HI- IsSirfc' m ii I l!j fell J n fS " - : I,, -iirii nriiii - mt pasas tatf. SOL. MHVEJEItm EOitor. TEOY, KANSAS: Thursday, : : : : : March 30, 1876. The Presidency. We observe one significant fact in "",''" with the canvassing of claims of can"" sNear. the Itepnblican nomination for P"iden " h ,y ail the papers called - ine tmcago jrw. """' "in their i nfloence ciaI,Whichhaverorjear,beennn; snst. the Eepnbhcan party; mocrats catingthenom.nat.onof Bn, u are doing the same - ' is the worst pol.ey "; ; hins . ,-.-, leader Lrrdcsihind it, other than a designc the .occe, oHhe party. The Renubl.cans have - cot along in spite of the combined opposition of the Independent1' papers and the Democracy, and can still get along without advice from them . whom they shall nominate. The Eepublican party are well aware, that if they elect their President, they must do it with out the help of Kentucky, or, indeed, of any part of...

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 March 1876

h r- i r goal gfette. THE KANSAS CHIEE. SOX. MXLIJR. FtiblUher. Tonus: Two Douass a Yuan, ci Anvaxat. Payment should be made strictly In advance ; otherwise, tb rate of 13 ptr Tear will be charged. t the discretion or the Publisher. The extls dollsr will in no caM be exacted, except when unreasonable delav is made in payment, or unnecessary trouble in firm. It is always best to baveaclearnnder standing with the Publisher, when time is desired. Inn 3mo. mo 1 year. OneSquare Iwo" M "ftM t000 Two Sanarea ... 00 7-00 ,0-00 ,7- TliTwi' 7-00 0O SS-00 onlrtefVcoiomn-":::::: s " UairaColnmn i0 2i00 4aC0 s- v .si... ImIi nf IfnfL in accordance with tha al-ve rates, which apply only to regular advertising. Business cards of 5 lines or less, 15 a year. For leal and transient advertisements, (1 per square for the first insertion, and 50 cents per square for each subsequent insertion. Special Notices w 111 be charged SO per cent, extra ; and editorial advertiseinenis and personal communications,...

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 March 1876

I H3 M It .! hj l! ' 1 l l& I RL. M! feH K If i. laKti UH$ I VKM 4 i P CI w Jjut fte 4ftmer. FOREST TREE PLAilTLIG. Tbe jlDimcoK .47rtiftiirii( ayn the planting of forest tree, we are at ouco by tbo qnention, "What nlialt I plant 1 article, wuicn in me croiram r-tho iu"t nmni mnst be brief, we cive a lt r ' . ;: - . . . - fn emiim-t- weiio uoirr-:.,, bllt ilic .fun ofik lluuj Inadvocatiuff me this col- deatraltle tree. ate all that may be planted ,a,'"',f airect those which wijljiJdfb. - .gffi S -those which drop Wr !-" ".J, drttmetioDrromeverKreeu whjch wju .v(). F,""D SEd l tb? quickest poible. u.,m "- - lonest allonlixl uy me wu time, ami these are vant of? tbe(Mj ig t0hlt tte- Wn S y1fim '8. How. that Jeyr" jhow may bo over-praised, it is eTerthjnaWerU; in the absence of this it. a nMt Srietr Ibesolden willow, may bo used. eoUoS; and the white poplar or abele, UbiectionaMe in cultivated grounds on account ofiuVkers, is also valuable. The willow affords a better fuel than the...

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