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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 15 June 1876

State Historical Society -"-.- 'jjp.s.y.W.MsB.g..a.M """' ! JWMwjp -trr - . - t. .-.-. . T -. x- jeL - Acfct -.3 J. ' 11, " ' ; ! i 4 I .A mi VJ i ' I ? I SOL. MIIIEB, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. . TOJiTIME X1X-NUMBER 52.1 Mtt Mttg. THEDBEAHS OF OLD. BT MaKTAgxx siowxg, -. The drums ef eld nave faded. Their woodrotu spelts ire e'er ; We cannot be-persuaded ' To try their power once more. Oar wisdom Dow U scorning ' What ear Others desnedYbooa : Tie world bright 'clouds of morning Have melted In her noon. Yet, for tbe parted glory Tfaey shed on mortal mould. Think gently of tbe fantasy That framed tbe dreams of old. Where are the fairy legions Tbat peopled Tale and grove, And overspread earth's regions With strange, ethereal lore 'The flower their essence fr"i tiled Are blooming rally stHL. Itnt Time hath disenchanted The meadow aad the rilL There's not a child who Iitteni, When their magic tale Is told, Who does not know they were bnt dreams Those radiant dreams of old I Where is the high...

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 June 1876

-WEfS '.. r ?i .1 ?, J l &e ItaHsi $Iwf. SOL. HUXEB, Eaitor. TEOY, KANSAS: Thursday, : : : : : June 15, 1876. KPDBL1CAH STAT coTJWTIOIC. A Delegate Convention of fflfStf tata5l& tfKaraae M held in BfJhSfAnpiit. A. D. of Topeka, on -SVednejleT. fc'S Jpoow ef nominating 187. at the boor of S P-Jt. "J? VowU canuldatea for the following ffi """ Govsrnor, Lieutenant Governor. Secretary of Stat Auditor of Suto. Xreaaurer of SUM. Attorney GCTeraL p bUc TMtrueUoo, SSSSSji. of a. SuprrSe'Court, 1 ftSsMenttal Electors, and . Xt.CeatraI Committee. it Mantles entitle to representation In the Honse of pSSutlree for 1K7. end no other., will be entitled to 5JSu2on in ld Convention, u foUow., to-irit : two d!fi front each Representative dietrlet. It urecomraended that the primary rneetlnzo for the uurDose of electing delegsies to the 8Ute Conrention Lereucalled, be held on Saturday, the Ith day of Anrust, at each hoare as msy be deaignatod by the Central Com mittee of each Representative di...

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 June 1876

s I ii i -, V nk ift al itatte. THE 'KANSAS CHIEF. SOL. MILLEH, Fnbllaher. Tormai Two Doixabb a Teak, a Awnrr !.. v,. be nude strict!- in ad ranee otherwise, the rate rfnw vesrwill be chirred, at the dl.lT. :J?lS?J.T,.Jer The extJa dollar will In no case be exacted, except when rnrKUBMUedeUytaBide InwymenV or nMeeessary rouble ia giren. It U always ben to hare a cltarnmfef .tandlig with the Publisher, when Urn U desired. ' Aa.-p-e3rt1 wine Xtatesi r lmo. 3 mo. lot lyear. OneSqnare I2J0 15.00 tr.00 fiooo TwoSijuarea. 4 00 7.00 10.00 17.00 Three.Sqaarea 7.00 10.00 17X0 15.00 8 uartcrofaColnmn.. ........ 10X0 13X0 33.00 40.00 alf aColnmn 15.00 23.00 40.00 7S.0O OneColnrgn ..; 2100 40.00 75.cn US 00 for aDT ether leaetb of time, in aceordane wtts ,. above rate, which apply only to regnlar adrerUiiir. r Bosnia cards ofs tinea cr leasts a year. For leal and tranalent advertisement, tl per sonars for the mat Insertion, and SO ce&U per scnar for each aabseqnent inaertion. Special Notlee...

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 June 1876

---- - JIM l M m tt I BJaMereM aKgV V m n f i u if? ir. t !& 4 fc I i itf mi '$ ri W li-l t I1 ,. M fcv if iT. 11 if it t? a ,! ft fn r j i Mi -i . 1 ' m i? - r f ii in' V Si Hi II V H 'gat-temmti. RAISING GABDEITHEBB8. t it.: u mr. i ....... r tLor- xew miDcs auu xuure to iuc jurii i of kitchen herbs ready to liiad. A little of one thing or another in this line often rnak ""Z difference between a snccessfol dish and ,"" ' mediocre quality. Every garden bon?J'I'1Z few, and where they a?e want.og, ehould be looked after at this season. , . Perhaps the tlffihl. to be raised from seed, alt&ong n ' " stalks are cut off as tley come u . in the .Sum mer, the same plants may be J"'' seasons. It dc4. not ro to seed, however the fimt .Mon of aowiwr; no lst if sown early and got strong before Summer comes we can get a pretty good supply of leaves the first seawn. The seeds, however, uncM.tm .. .. s" : .. i .knnlil lm nut in as earlv as possible. AnoMierherb of great service" to the be...

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 June 1876

State Historical Switty -fc-. R ...A. . tf jAW. 5..H cs SOL; MILLER, EDITOR AIM) PUBLISHER. THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. TERHS-S2.00 PER ANNUS, TS ADVANCE. VOLUME XX.-NUMBER l. TROY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1876. WHOLE NUMBER, 989. NSxTtfUJRaSs'???'' .V , Y. '' V I r i k 1 (&WM Mtt'g. THE ISLES OF GREECE. BT LORD UTBOIT. The UU of Greece! the Ules of Greeca ! 'Where burning Sappho lored and aun "Where crew the art of war and peace Where Deloa roae and Pbcebas sprnnff! Sternal Summer gild them yet. Bat all, except their ann, la Ml The Sclan and the TeUn mow. The hero's harp, the lorer'a lute. Hare foand the fame your shore refute Their place of birth alone la mate To nounda which echo farther went Than yonr aire "Islands of the BlessM." The mountains look on Marathon And Marathon looks on the sea ; - And. mnslng there an hoar alone, 1 dreamM that Greece might still be free ; For, standing on the Persians grave, 1 coald not deem mjself a slave. A Kins ato on the rocky brow '...

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 June 1876

n 13 ,S, i TirtihiMllrtr - TEOY, KANSAS 1876. Thursday, : : : : : NATIONAL BEPUBUCA5 TICKET. 10 rESHDEIT. EUTHEEPOED B. HAYES, Of Ohio. T0K TICI-rBIfflBDI. o-njjAM A. "WHEELER, Of New Tort VolHme XX. ThU is tbe first number of the 20th rolnme of the Chief. We do not propose to gWo an annual review of the put, or to maie many promises for the future. The Ckitfls known to the oldest in habitants, to whom it has been a weekly visitor firf the past nineteen years. It has better pros pects ahead than at any other time in the past, and with a year of good harvests, will enjoy full prosperity. It is firmly established, and proposes to go right along, as heretofore. The old citi iens haTe read it, their children have read it, and their grandchildren have read it. We recall one couple, whose marriage was announced in the Chitf, the first year of its publication, and now they have grandchildren. This is an en couragement to marry young, and take the CUtf. Thanking our old patrons of the past ...

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 June 1876

9 v V 4 Ska gtotta,.. The Frth. A meeting held at the Court Hoose, last Tuesday even ing, completed arrangements for the celebration of the Fourth of July, In accordance with the resolution of Con CTree and Un proclamation of the President. The following committees were appointed to compile a historical sketch of the Connty -- CoL D. iL Johnston, SoL Miller. John M. Tracy; together with Iter. S. M. Irrin. or Iowa Township; Nathan Springer, of Wolf Hirer ; Jamea F Forman. of Wajne; A. Lanelere. of Washington; Joseph Randolph, of Marion ; James 1Y. Jenkins, of Borr Oak : assisted by iL C. Seville and Thos. W. Heatley, as Secretaries. .Tho following committees were appointed: On Finance, :(. s. Johnson, Charles E. Brown, D. C. Sinclair. On Ar rangements, Chaa. Jligby, F. II. Tracy. Vm. M. Shep herd, D. Mcintosh, and Charles Bnrkhalter. On Orator, Judge X. Price. Dr. B. S. Cash, F. K. Armstrong. On Music, A. G. Sanborn, Bobert Tracy, A. W. Beale. On llrewoika, TVm M. Shepherd, Chaa. B. ...

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. — 22 June 1876

-zr f i I y 1 r t! (5 S m m 0t tlie Hrmrr. MTriia.HAVBITI!M3. A?ri CLEM- I.M3 BBOOS COB.V If von bavo bad no experience with broom ZW not be likely to "nay" the firat jear ?" requires a coo.1 deal ot experience. We wocldVtbtrefore, advise you to l-egm on a mod cU scale, and feel yonr way. The extensive cnMnre of thecrop requires roach.nery at consul cMolecost; iu a mall war, you may perform ,Le operations by band without tnnch invest raest. To becin, yon want a snitable soil Asa ceneral rule, land which will produce good corn will raise broom corn, bnt to succeed perfectly, tba very best should be selected, having a per fect nnder-drainagc, and free from stones, as these impede tne consiaui touimbu uicu should be given. Most lands require enriching with old, well-pulverized manure, free from fonl seeds. On river flats (which are usually the best of all if the drainage is perfect) this crop has been raised year after year with only the enrich ing of the annual overflow. Whatever tho ...

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 June 1876

Ftate lyrical Society rv SOL. HTLLEB, EDITOE AM) PUBLISHER. THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. TERMS-S2.00 PER ANNUM, IN ADTANCE. YOLTJME XX.-NTJMBER 2.! TROT, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 1876. WHOLE NUMBER, 990. fwfii Oft vv Ibbs finanv raas san lELIIr T- i V Mtt itorim A BOKO. FOK TUE SIVEXTIXXTII Or JUXE. (From tkt JSotUm TOoL The English captured Banker Hill," uid a boasting Eagliabmau, recently. A quiet Amnao gentleman present naked: "Have they Rot It nowt" mail tbe atory waa told. It la Jnrt J01 yean ego from tbe date or this paper tbat "a tbnasand men lay bleeding on tbe slopes of Bunker 1ML" Tbe following poem, which la ailed with thrilling historic association, la by a well-known author, wboae Yankee poem la not loured by the fact that tbe writer ia a naturalized citizen : One day of days. In Boaton town. Began oar nation 'a story. When first onr martyrs blood flowed down. And dyed the streets with glory. We marked it with no Tain regrets, Bnt wrought for freedom faster. Till G...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 29 June 1876

1 m IG 1 I1 a r ri M fti ff iWi! h jrM lf ' is i 'i :l,i -4 M 'SjMii 1-i 111 II I lm$M SOL. .Editor. TROY, KANSAS: Thursday, ::'::: Jnne 29, 1876. K ATIOXAL EEPUBUCAK TICKET. BUTHESFOBD B. HAYES, Of Ohio. fOE TIC rUMBISI. WnilAH A. WHEELER, Of N Tort jRStlce to a Faithful Servant. Now tbst the scramble for office has commenc ed and every fellow who failed to get a little port-office, or Land Office, or other coveted posi tion, through the influence of the member of Congress from Lis District, is clamoring for a change, it may lie well enough to see whether some credit marks are not also due to those who have been serving in Congress. It is at least doe to Col. Phillips, the member from this Dis trict, to render him justice. And without saying a word acainst any man who aspires to his place, we assert that CoL Phillips has made a labori ous, efficient member, and has attended faithful ly to the interests of hi constituents. Since be has been a member, he has spent almost bis en tire ...

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 June 1876

il m M pate. TllKilxscmc CrutBATIOX-The celebration at this place, on the Stth, wa by far the btt fflr of the kind ever held la Troy. Everything passed off Tell, and everybody waa well pleased. The rata of the previous night perhaps deterred many from camlngTbut mad It decidedly mora pleaaant for those who did come. A large excursion train arrlred from St. Joseph, filled with people from that city and Wathena. Rosenblatt's celebrated Band accompanied thla excursion, and delight ed the large concourse all day with its delicious rauate. A body of Knight Templars, of St. Joseph Commandery, No. 29, were present. The number was not large, bat they made a fine appearance. .An excursion train also came in from the west with persona from Severance and Hiawatha, and a large number from Sabetha, accompa nied by the Sabetha Band. Many were also present from White Cloud, Highland, and Doniphan. The Troy Band met the excursionists at the depot, and escorted them to the Court House Square. Tbls B...

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 June 1876

lr??l 'I I f It f If l. ft." 'ft w p 'l,5l rt II rtfl ' f 1 R Pi v it rM I $. i h W Hi Ws t iFH 1. r& . 1. i? fe 2I: r 18 41 111 kt: ifl w j :j iv?i - ?ii Hi f 0t tlic mtto 0A3& ORAMJE 3IAKIH" HBOC iElt. ,. .- in-Uknnwn that tUo nl.v difficulty 11 '" bi,rr o! live fence, is Hi"' ! " Blunt inakuiK . ". , , ,1.1,1 at Ilia deucytgn.wtmckni"- wj,hmit mueli !l:.lirSTiwtl,fi1,.f.. l.iKir inn! more skill """ -" . ,. : ,. i-fVr.rM! tin nature .f e'!i "JE "l. ri.n.l vereh lnw.nl miUK". .. -..- . June, fnfct after the joK l""', I'a.v" ,rt H-r.'ie they i i"'e ";. rwrmt weakens the ninvnnl (,'nmtli; the ton in crrown. nnil wbirli inirbt inir 1 Wbile inwrlms l" r-.nlly, w i.-t:.i. JnlellicrBtttrnifAnmr,li hail fouiiil liv frl.cw.".."!"""'"'" It ralh.r an ii.tal.ia l.Io Meiiii" I" '" lln" lll:,n- Hu "lM,1'e ,,f " liMlci-Cai''1 tIi"M- of liii n-ijllilr, who mostly followol his plan, as ( thick ami compact that a standi I'K wotiM Iianlly ilan- attempt to hrcak tliroiigh to a ?xl IVmI of cor...

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 July 1876

State Historical Societv iT r f SOL. SILLEK, EDITOE AND PUBLISHER. THE CONSTITUTION AND THE "UNION. TERMS-S2.00 PER ANNUM, Ef ADTAXCE. VOLUME XX.-NUMBER 3.1 TROY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JULY 6, 1876. , WHOLE NUMBER, 991. Vedkb Ivanao Uf jjmoi -TA 'l M wfwe ,'? '(. 1 a. if K' ! 7? .- ' .l WXMt 0ftg. THE rNDEPEKDERCE BELL. jclt 4, 1876. TWhra It was errtaih that the Declaration -wonld 1m adopted and confirmed by the signatures of tbe Delegates la Congress, It in determined to announce the event by S me oia shimidiuq wu, wmcu noro ine inscnp JVoctafm Uberty tAmiaaatl Us-(and: ttatttke in- XabitaKto tkertofl" and tbe old bellman portal Ms little boy at tbe doer oftbe hall, to await, lit isatroctioaeof the door-keeper when to ring. At the word, the liule patriot don rashed out. and Hinging up hla hands, snouted: Xmtt.Bma'.Vrsar There was tamult in the city. Is the quaint old Quaker town; And the elreeta were rife with people, , Pacing restless up and down; "Toopla Catherine at eorriers:' -' -...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 6 July 1876

m1 mn f tij i i tttt Rt ftM m I& TO6 w .3f ft ri.a a? ii SOL.KIIiLEB, Editor. TROY, KANSAS: Thursday, July 6 1876. SaTIOXaL BEPUBUCAX TICKET. foe MiOTCrr. BTJTHEBFORD B. BAIX-o, Of OhI- roe Ticinro""' nTjTJ.TATVr A. "VTHBiiiixixtj Of Se-w Tork cratlc NomiBatlons. TLB Democratic Convention at St. Louis, last . nonnateaCov.Samnel J.Tilden o Xevv York for President, on the second ballot, and Gov Thomas A. Hendricks, of Indiana, for Vice President, on the first ballot. The nomination of Hendricks was unanimous, as a sop to appease his disappointed friends who wanted him for President. There was intense and bitter oppo sition to Tilden thronghont the West; and a large delegation from New Yoik, representing the most prominent Democrats in the State, were there protesting against bis nomination. Bnt his " barrel of money" overwhelmed all protests he literally bongit bis nomination, as leading Democratic papers, previous to the Convention, directly charged that he was attempting to do. ...

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 July 1876

r ; A 1 i ... a It i- S ? U - fart Tatte. The Fourth af-Ialy, 1876. The Centennial of imiricu Independence iu usher ed in, at Troy, by tie ringing of bells ud tbe firing of cannon. Th dsy ni raagnlHceat, in every respect very warm, bnt clear, with a pleasant breeze throughout the day. In all .the hundred yesra alnce the Deelaratlou of Independence, there could not hare been a more beau tlfal day. Bannera and decoration were placed on the etreet and on all the bualneaa honaes, and at an early hoar the people commenced gathering in the beaatlful Court House Square. The crowd waa unexpectedly large, con sidering that it waa the buay aeaaon, and the midst of harrest. Several tbouaand persona were on the ground during tbe whole day. Beeldea thedtlxenaofTroy and Tiriuity, many were here from Wathena. Doniphan, Sct trance, and other place. The Troy Sllrer Cornet Band discoursed Ita fioe ninslc in the Square, throughout the day- Tbe proceedings of tbe day proper, were a abort but very fine ...

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 July 1876

Uf TTATT., COIiTTlEBXA. st nuscn Hornxnow. Hail! Colombia, happy land: Hail a ve heroea, beaven-born band, Who fought and bled in freerloin'e cam. Who fought and bled In freedom'" can"-. And when the atonn of wax waa p Enjoyed the peace toot valor woo. Let Independence be oor bout, Erer mlncfnl what it cost ; Ever enteral for the prim. Let lu aiur reach the ekiea. CB0Knn.Ud.IeU . So every scheme of bondaje falL CHOIC-Finn, united. Ax. coand.0 eoood the tramp of fame, 2nd let Washington's jrreat name KLogtbrongh the world with load applause,. , sine through the world with load appbuue ; . Let every dime to freedom dear, LUJen with a joTinl ear. With eqnal akin, with godlike power. He governs in the fearful honr Of horrid war. or guides with eaae Our eooneila in the time of peace. Cnoacs- Finn, united, Ac Behold I the chief who now commands. Once more to eerve hia country etanda. The rock on which the etorm will beat. The rock on which the atorm will beat ; Jlnt armed in virtue, firm ...

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 July 1876

Stafc HiSonoil Society j, " MM"M"M,WMtM",M"MM'''i--SBB3r'Jg'Baaaaaaaasaaaj a a he h I - o l? L x' .? I? - !!.- ) -, SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER, y VOLUME XX.-NUMBER 4.1 (&lMt fSflCU'l). EASHYANDL BT"JOSl 8. HCXT. We Htoml where tlife iiato-liVe lyy Climbed orvr the meadow turn, .Ami Batched aa the jouDsnijAt Miiarkhi. The Ly-,vith her Crtam 10t Mini -Ebe clrrr was red Ueceath u The air had a null of June the cricket chirped i a the ermwcM, And the soft raj of the noon Drew oar ahadowa out od the mea-luw. DinUirted, lank, and tall; 1IU shadow was kiting my shadow That was the best of aU. ily heart Irtped up as he whUiiere!, ?I lore joa, Margery Lee Yor tfaeti one arm of his shadow Went revnd the shaduw of uie, MT Weyoa, Mareery, darling, Becas-te yoa are young and fair; Yor your eyea tewiM-fiing bhieneM, Aud the cold of yeor cnrlin hair: Xu Quwd has hands that are w ti.ter, Xu lark has a voice n swurt. And your ripe young- liM are retUer Than the clort-r at our feet. "My he...

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 July 1876

a; i'M RJ tea Mef SOL. .Editor. TEOY, KANSAS: Thnrsdav. : : : i : Jul l3 1876. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN TICKET. VOB rSXSI""' BTJTHBEF03D B. HAYES, Of Ohio. ro TicrMP"T. TOLLIAH A. WHEE17EB, Of 'ew Tork. MasacrtfCHter's CoiHmami. Almost in the midst of tbe Centennial Konrtli ofjolyivjoicinp."ietbenewsof the drelld fnl BlMRhtf r of Ceu. Coster and his command in the Black Hills country. This occurred on the 23th of Jnne, 30 or 40 miles below the Little Horn. Caster and Col. Eeno were to mate the attack in concert; bnt it appears that Coster, feeling himself equal to the emergency, made forced marches, and commenced the attack con trary to orders, before Eeno came np. Caster had less than 400 men, with which he attacked a Tillage of from 2,500 to 4,000 warriors. Ont of Coster's whole command, about 315 were killed, and only 15 wonnded. The odds against them were so oTerwhelming, that the men were drag ged from their horses by the savages. The dead were horribly mutilated. Seventeen commis s...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 13 July 1876

I r n- V a 0?- K 7 rM& gfattfltf. t'ODHTV BBPIIBMCAIT CENTBAl COM JUTTEE. The Republican Central Committee of Doniphan County mre requested to meet at the Conrt Home, In Troy, on Tuesday, July 18th, 1876, at 1 o'clock, P. M, to attend to uch business at they may deem proper. a LELAXD, Js, Chairman. S. X. JonsBOX. Secretary. Gnae Notice. Tbe last meetig of Severance Grange adjourned to meet the first Saturday in August, at which time offlcera and directors of the Grange Co-operative Store were to bo elected, and the enterprise to be put on wheels, to be set in motion about the 1st of September, or as soon tbereaf ter at practicable. But from subsequent arrangements, tbe first Saturday of August is set apart for a Grand GrangeGtheTing,gretr than ever gathered In a Grange grove or graced tbe County seat of Doniphan County ; .hence Severance Grange will hold Its next regular meet ing, and also transact the business above referred to, and make arrangements to attend County Picnic, Jn...

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. — 13 July 1876

'-4 LI mi m tlte gixtmtt. FODDER COBX FOR TUB DAIRV. The Rural Xae Torker Ray: Fodder com cau bo put iu aa late as the 20th of Juue, "'l " tin u. Jnly. Late crops make elIe"t-f 'i X for dairy .lock when gras. bein to t'!? trriorate on accoant of front. '."STnns en ing te the hay crop, ami many ."ruM-lle f abled to carry awcK aiouc "". (e5 ..le reliance lieinc January miuuub iccuiuk '. .,im.pi.- en nil placet on con. folder which ' VitT?il "Jm ind .hocked in the Held, ' " ,,rt week t.. week, M wau (!., . ,.,;, In raising corn fold ', ' " m ,. Ureqnired n-f'l'fflh Ute mluff., nnnnc oeiw:r '"-"""' we!l incoriwratol well decomposed "J"1""?.' .ratl,er happens to the soil, are I , oei, "'-, ,., ,,rn liable ba moist, as frenuar"V "-" i -tth corn Sen. has Ueu Kht bay CI?.P-We ,'?Ve, ""V S dairymen to resort to this method to ob tain the reonWte amount of fodder for carrying tndr.tockthronghtho Winter. The best way to crow this crop is to drill in the serai, and if lare drills are not at han...

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