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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 25 November 1875

THE IjEAVENWOrcEH WEEKLY TIMES: THUKSPAT, NOVEMBER 25. 1875. WitM Straw THCEPDAT, NOVEMBER 25, 1875. rTijlMWI IB. A.11W-B DEATH OF HE-.BY WILSOH. The telegraph this morning brings us the sad intelligence of the death of ITcnry Wilson, of Massachusetts, Vice-President of the United State, which occurred at "Wash ington at half-past seven o'clock yesterday morning. This intelligence, though unex pected at present, will not be a matter of surprise to many, as Mr. Wlson has been neriou-ly afflicted for some time with a diea-e that was liab'.s at any moment to prove fatal ; later accounts, however, had represented his condition as much improv ed, and his friends were encouraged to hope for his recovery; but a relapse yesterday morning brought him suddenly to the end, and he passed away even before his friends could be summoned to his liedjide. Mr. "Wilson was born February 1C, 1312, iS Farraington, New lHmp?hire; was brought up on a rican Methodist?, Cumberland Presbyte rians, German Ecl...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 25 November 1875

MUMJL ULTJW.VH wim.lWIJ5u;w(aOij THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1875. - X T Ti-iE TIMES. KSTABLISHKB 1155. The Oldest, Largest, Cheapest WiMLT. r year.. td1r?9 all oHert to THIS TrMTTfl Ifiavonworth, Kan. MEDICAL. POND'S EXTRACT Tne People's Remedy. 1 he Universal Pain Extrertor. Note: Ak fcr Pond'a Extract lakt no olber. "JTtar: far IkS rpeak of emUent thins. t CURES '-Me Blind or " - .:io. iiiflm " .a and Ulc-ra- H m o rrbage . jui on; orgaa osr, tj a ra, I jB d ps. Bow els fcidaejn, ffeKb, Vc. ( onrrgtions, n1argrments. INVALUABLE FOE IvsH.t tj t Raea inaUna. iBflnna tion of Krm ni Ere Pond s Extract. hli. InfleramttlM of ihsorari'iu Vatlaal. Leacr h-a. Vari cose Yrin. Sore Nipple. Th- Pe-op'eV Itrmedy for Int-rual and Kxtrrral Use.! POB' Mm rT ii '0r ' br ill ;rim rla. ftrasrcl-l-. aad recamnondcd by all D u.(i rylc'ans, .nlivrjrtrfv who ts-s out It Pnpki containing H's-ory and Dm mailed f on . p trail.o. If aot found at your Iirug (itt'a. POND'S EXTRACT CO...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 25 November 1875

THE LKAVE2TWORTH WJ5EKLY TIMES: THUKSDAY. .jSWEMBER 25. 1875. tjStelui SJimw THURSDAY, N0VEM15EU 25, 1S75. THE GERMANS. A Young Frenchman Pajs a Vis it to tho Fatherland. What Ho Thinks or Ilerlin, Wil- helm, Ilismarck, Moltko and Otheis. Victor Ti-sot, a Toung Frenchman, back ed I'v an acquaintance with the German lan liage, a9 al- bv good social and financial letters of credit, made a living tour through Germany in the earlier twrticn of the pres ent year. During bis travels he took notes by the waynide, and on returning home puUi-iued thein. Seven editions i.-v-ucd by the Path) jiublthing hou-e jf E. Bentu, have been already cxhau-tcd. Throughout France the book has been hailed with a cry of triumph and coA-ol-tion ; and German critics have done it the honor to eneer at it, while jiroUiting that they noticed it only becau-e to many millions of Frenchmen would get from it ji-jcm an inaccurate idea of the i-alhirlaud. As showing what the conquered think and say vbui w-ielding a fre...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 2 December 1875

uiwgmunjiiui'w'- ' i j 'i- LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIME THE T kj Established, 165P. Vol. 20,-So USAVENWORTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1875. f Cantrrratire ZstaMisSed It I 3. H. Anthony, January fSGl- 36. JZL-Z&lJ)miJ!L H. I" I II I I ' HiRJStga G .1 k . IRccMg $imts THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1875. CONEY'S OPIHION OF LEGATE lion. P. II. Coney, the Christian States man, has written a letter, which is publish ed oxer bis signature in the Concordia Expositor ol the th inst. The following is an extract : The Republican nominated a candidate, who, it seem, was at entnitr with D. K. Anthony, of The Tijiis, and had incurred his displeasure. Col. Anthony bolted this nomination, also that of Jim Legate, candi date for Representative in the 21st district, and threw his influence in farorof the op posite candidates. Bond, Republican can didate for rberifl', was elected by an over whelming majority, while Legate was bad ly beaten, running 380 behind hit ticket. a meeting was called at Miller's s...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 2 December 1875

myymv "js. THE 'LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY DECEMBER 2, 1875, u r "i tnus THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1875. HOKE IKTKEESTS. Leavenworth has more factories than any city west of the Missouri River. The are all tound institutions, and paving invest ments. It is a duty which all citizens owe enterprising men, that thej patronize home industry. Retail dealers should not vend to the East for articles which they can boy as cheap and as good in our own State. Let us help one another, and the city and State will be so much the better oSL SEXATOB 1NJALLS The Oswego Independent nominates Sen torIniralls,of this Slate, for Vice-Presi dent, on the National Reform ticket in 1 S76. The Times suggested the same thing seven months ago, and we are convinced that no better selection could be made. Kansas is entitled to this honor for her steadfast devotion to the principles of the Republican party. Senator Ingalls as a pre-iding officer, has few equal, and no sn-j-eriora in the country. A3HAL8 OF XA...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 2 December 1875

.- r w THE IiBAVENTORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1875. IJIIJUUIil . T. li-Jti. T IM --. ICA.TIS KISG. liHTAWjl.- ts.f.ii jf.r.. The Oldest, Largest, Cheapest A:rs 3t Himrtria 13 Ea-jit. DitT. porjr. W Jfjtl-T. r ur- Aldrer Atl arum u .V. Tiie Modus Operandi of Produc ing the Wondrous Manifestations. T'TTTT. TIMES, Lravenworih, Hun.. MKDIC4L. i rirK ?g h Pe.".Io'4 Em'Ijr. T!i3 Un'THrcal ftiln Extractor. Nov: AtkforPcud'a -Crac.. Take ii: other. Jlear: Jar I irdl tjeiz uf rxtltal ti Which h th.? Easiest Thing Out, if ynu Unly Know How. Exposition of Various Other Spir itualistic Huniunggrries. The Kx;lan;ttion ofthe ..emuika ib Kncitlty of 31ind-reading. it j Pond-s Extract fijei-l tn Minor Bcat, -) 11 j, tfiuis-.. r !-, .-pr.i-.,.. ivn. ii. kiuk, r.ui .cation. ,-- . Cut., I arerated WMllKE-, Kuril. oca.lt, sutb-r-s. Ittrnll cLnncorcpitl Ingot uod. -os- fl f, jiu.j Kleedirg 'innj-of r elh. V.in liiizvl -siTd q I Klooly fl-charges. 1'm-u.i.limew, nana rl e. (i tta'llklc). r ...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 2 December 1875

LTH WEEaaY TIMES- THDKIS9AT, DECEMBER 2, 1875 v- w is w-1-v.-t - f -w I V-. vvU Jy -v-V rXFC 5 i ! 1 li .Bit I Ill a' 11 1 - "AY, DECEMBER 2, iS75. STi-LXY'3 ACHIEVEMEST. He.. Co 2cal Eircovcrer cf tie Socrcei of ths Kile But Cui Eonsl Tliere U no reasonable doubt that Stan Jcv, the Jhrald correspondent, ha actually ili -uvcrtt' the fource cf the 2Cilc in the Ite-; ajcryu, a lare affluent of Lake . lori.L, vhich 3ain ercplie- into Lake v v.i .ra.Jving to the north of it, and that epaji into the Xilc by a stream or pucccb moi of stream and bayou. There are aCucut." the great rlvtr from the Moun tains f the Moon, a range of mountain" which tups Kiuthward to the east of this late p tern, a coast range, and between tJiichatiu the lakes are the interminable 5rmj- wliic i Stan'ey traversed in follow jng tSitf Mmnccon. Connected with Sjieke's esjj'.ora urn- from the south, the route of tlif ntn i fully defined. The Xiledrains a ba.-ui, or lake FVhtem, between latitudes of 10 o-g ec-s on ea...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 9 December 1875

JL aTi AVEN Estailithed, 1ZZZ. Vol. 20. -So 37 J LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 9, IS75. J Ccaservctive E3tiMiihcd bv I 3. B. Anthony, January 1"S61. LE WORTH WEFKT N 1 p ij a L j-' w tSBMutg; ianus THUESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1S75. SEKAT0B3 TOE LITE The Washington correspondent of a Chicago newspaper y that there is a scheme -n foot to confer additional honors upon President Grant, when retiring from office, and on all other ex-Presidents. The suggestion, referred to, Iris been talked over in a quiet niannor in certain Ttohtical, business and journalistic circles for more than a Tear. It grew out of the fact, which will not he denied, that Gen. Grant, in accepting the Presidency, made a great pecuniary sacrifice. He gave up an office for life, of large salary and great dignity and infliica-.ce, for the Chief Magis tracy which could only euduie for eight rear at most, leaving him at the end of "his term in the prime of life, and yet en able by reason of custom and dignified pro p...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 9 December 1875

TL THE LEAVENWOIITH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1875. SIX PAGES. I WHnlah 2Jim.cs vent a majority of the feofle in any State, FHOU SI HANGER. if tliev e!TTr it. fror.i having nn r.lal ih- . . edchurch,' under which the minority may, . .... . ., ..,. ... .' ?e .ma' weV v..a a.na "e question, ' -Another -'caiifr-. r-iirv. HP fi!i iMimpi'h I is mpip nn iviifr nn!ifir insi tha ru-nniA i - rs .. ..v...... ....... .. ...i...v..-, , - -- . j-j "- " j-vi'.c i touniv i'km i man, woman and child m our county we I The man and team were drowned. That YT JTJ rt1TJ"C TTrTs'sHCJ have expended the sum of S35 ier capita. ' liquor was & bad L-Yesi-ment- J T ii X QLCj ? i Jii JCJJ ! we mar well nao-e and ask tlie on-siinn t .i.. .. i- THURSDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1S75. TKEOWK OUT OF COUET. The libel suit of Hincs against Anthony, for 10,000 damages, was tried in the Dis trict Court yesterday, and upon demurrer to the evidence of the idainliff, dismissed. .Now that the case i disposed of, we desir...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 9 December 1875

THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1875.--SIX PAGES. T! The IK Ad a- t'. li "W ing me I'j ir c X THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 9, 1875. SIX PAGES. rcanufjcnsx , by taking Me3 to join with u- in t:i:s the (intcrnail of the Ka- JurotK., almc-t without citx;.lion, nnny of the liouth Anierictn 'taw-, and even .li-tant E-trm jwwers. have ican:fo-tl tinir friend. seatiuieuU towanl thu United tlcr, and the irilcrv: of the world ia our ;rv-i-, felthratii: lien, and I Mrongly recommend that more nat.onal iinjwrtance Iv Riven to this csh Jiilion by sach IegL-Ialion and by t-uch appropriation tut will in.-urt its euccesa. It value in bringing to our chore innuaier hle iinelnl works Cof art, and the corn minlinof the citizens of foreign couri tried and our on, an.l the interchange of ideas and manufacture will far exceed any jiiCLni-rv outlay we may make. various HEPOirrs. I transmit herewith the rejiort of the Coiumifionfr of Agriculture, together wi...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 9 December 1875

THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1875.--SIX PAGES. I-I ... -J ' .u I .1-A ' E. 11 in ti i n w t -J dlC10S3 cauifls, . 1-v- utors, and sprightly, entertaining reading, the loatA's Couipx-iioa has no superior among the Youth's publications. wit Mkiltlj 4M!S TIIUIOAy, JWEMBKK !, iS70. The President's Message Delivered to Congress Decem ber 7th, 1875. T the Sranle es4 Jfss: f V.tprecnicl)irt : In submitting my Seventh Annual Mes sage to Congress, in the cen'enMal rear of our national existence a a free and inde pendent people, it affords me great pleas ure to recur to the advancement that lias Ireen made from the time of the Colon one huulred rear ago. Ve were then jwople numbering ouly three million ; now c number more tlian forty million : tlieu industries vrtre confii.e.1 almost exclusive ly to tillage of the noil; now manufactures absorb much of the labor cf the country. Our liberties remain unimpaired. The bondsmen havt, Itccn freed from slavery; we hae become po...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 9 December 1875

THE IAATENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURsbAY, DECEMBER 9. 1875. SIX PAGES. TIMES. FSTVBLIMiBD ld5D. The Oldest, Largest, Cheapest DULT. DrTiT- KacKLT, pcryeer... AcMra all orders f tjhie it: i-Tnvorth, Kun. IHPOaiAET To the Traveling Public. ,11 is the luty,oi all. pcrsous before start ing oa x-journey, to ascertain by what route tliey can reacli their k-tination with the least trouble, and if there are two or more road leading to the name point, to decide which is the tafet and pleasantest to trav el. We take pleasure in stating that the Chi cago 'Xorthwectern Railway It the oldest, and several mite the shorted, between Omaha and Chicago. Within the past two vears the road bed ha been pat in admira ble condition, and almost the entire line has been relaid with tteel rails. The depot in Cnicago i scentrally located, and a their train arrive there thirty min uter in advance of all other lines, lo&en gers can alwayh be fiurc of making eastern connectlbni). For all points in northern , a...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 9 December 1875

-tf r THE IiBAVEJTVVORTM WEEKLY TIMES": THUSDAY, DECEMBBK 9. 1875 "i"72&nnf''fr tSSeeftlg antcs THURSDAY, DECEMBER 9, 187.',. T7. B- ASIOK- A Great HUlionaire Gone to His Best-Ecza-isiscences of the Dead Kan- lie was born March, 1701, in a pm-11 brick houws which John Jacob Aitor, his father, built on the comer of Broadway and Vesey street, where the Astor Houe now Hands. This house was No. 149 Broad way. At that time there were no more than 30,000 iieople in New York city, not enough to male a large suburban city in modern time. It must be remembered that at the date of William B. Astur's birth both Washington and Jeffer-wii were "till living; and that Napoleon Bonaparte had not ri ien to fame; Fredrick the great had jut died; the French Revolution Vas begin ning; Bowling Green, near the Battery, was the centre of trade of the American metrop olis? near Wall street the fashionable resi dences lay ; and the corner of Wey street, mhpTr. William B. Astor was bom. was in thi entint...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 16 December 1875

- .- sH 1 LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES Established, 16S5. I Vol. 20-Ko 38 LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER -6, 1875. f Caru-rrative Etaoln3ied b I D. 3. Antiiojy. Jaacary iJ61 - -- THE 'SSIccItla ftltmts THURSDAY, DECEMBER Jo, i875. A EEK ABEABLE MESSAGE Pcsident Grant's message is a meat le inarkable political document. Evidently great care has been bestowed upon its prep ara.Ion, and the President has made him self thoroughly acquainted with every toj ic lie discu-ses. Hie views on the public school question meet with the approval of Protestant, Catholic, Jew and ragan, and will convince chronic disturbers that the common school system, which has done so much to educate the masses and build up the country, must and eball be preserved. The President is equally firm and delei mined in hi opposition to tl'e unl-o'y and i'Scgal practices of Brigham Yodfig and his followers. Polygamy is a disgrace to our country, and a crime which should be severely punished. The President's manly F...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 16 December 1875

THE I.EAVJ tSDAY, DECfi Slwltla SJimts THURSDAY, DECEMBEH lc, 1S75. THE HEBD LkV. Sunday morning we iublished a very in teresting letter from, our Stranger corres pondent, on the Herd Law. He advocated its adoption, and presented some strong ar guments for the consideration of the peo ple. This morning comes another farmer, anl writes against the adoption of the pro posed law. We present both fides to our readers ; let them decide which is right. AVhcn you desire to know the sentiments of the jn-ople of Leavenworth county read The Tim ife. CHANGES IN THE INDIAN DEPABTKESX It ik understood that the following changes will soon I made in the Indian department in Southern Kansas : Doct William Xichol-on of Lawrence will take the position of superintendent of the Southern Agency made vacant by the resignation of Enoch Hong. Cyrus IJeedy chief clerk for Enoch Hoag, will take the agency of the Osage Indians made vacant by the resignation of Mr. Gib ton. Our old friend A. C. Williams of Ton...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 16 December 1875

THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: CTfUKSDAT, DECEMBER 16, 1875. THE TIMES. E8T.AJ3IiIHH.KD ltOC. The Oldest, Largest, Cheapest B r Nctm rsa ir Hi-ma. It.it per year Wilt, peryear- 10.00 t9 Adinra all orders to ''idE 73S, L,:ivonworth, Kan sr The Favorite Home Remedy. Ie eminently a Family MJidn; and by being leptieady fjr immediate rton will tare -amy an our ol u3ring and teas y a dollar in time aud doctors iijlu Attroer Forty Yein lralltii still rccflrlne the zoo:t ntHjuaUOed testimonial loiU Tfrtuca Irura persons ol the hbest character and repon a bllftr, imminent physIdaB common. It cs the lAOSl iFfSOTUAL NS'IXIKIC For alldispasetof the IJver. stoinsih and ?ilfn. TitKbYMtTOUscfthe Liver oniiciint ar a Mitcror bai tule in .be ncuth; iain Id the Kick, tj lea or Joints, of en istaL-n for Rheuma tism; nar lixl acil;,Io of Aptet 1; ISoweN It-rnete'y costive and Jax; Headache; Low ot m'.ry, with a painful sensation of naving failed til9 mui ething wbichcu;nt to bavi Leea doe; lTilly, l.tvK...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 16 December 1875

THE LTSAVjatWOBlM WBJIKIT'PIMES: THtJBSDAY', DECEMBER 16, 1875. . -rllj '-J-1 j-i ,. - - tT" "" t l I I t I Ii t , w it tuusi THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1& 1S75. The Delaware Bayards. The Bayards of Delaware may be regard ed as one of the historical families of the country. They are derived from one Nich olas Bayard, a French Hngenot, who came to America in 1017, with his brother-in-law, the celebrated Peter Stuyvesant, Batch Governor of New York. Hamilton Fish and the present United States Senator Bayard are, therefore, remote connections. One hundred and twenty years after the arrival of Nicholas Bayard, James Aahton Bavard was . born, in" Philadelphia, and died forty-eight years afterward. James A. Bayard was educated at Princeton College, studied law in Philadelphia, and went to Congress at the age of twenty-nine, to sup port John Adan? administration as a Fed eralist. He was one of the men who bolted the Federal ticket and made JefTerfon Pres ident, and was rewarded by re-election ...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 23 December 1875

LEAVENWORTH WEEKLI 7 EiUbliihed, !355. I Vol. 20,-ITo 39 J 1.EAVBNWORTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1875. Conservative jtaWii.ieC oy. I D. E. Antilogy, Jacnai." 1S6I- THE TIMES r - r W r st tm.es THURSDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1875. THEECHOOL QTJESTIOjr. "Hence the education of the mass es becomes of the first necessity for tlie preservation of our institution!!. They are worth preserving, because tbey Lave secur ed the greatest good to the greatest projior tron of the population of any form of gov ernment yet devised. All other forms of government approach it jut in proportion to the general diffusion of education and independence ol thought ana action : ax the piimary step, therefore, to our advance ment in all that hag marked our progress in tlie past century, J suggest tor your ear nest consideration, and mo9t earnestly rec ommend that a constitutional amendment lie submitted to the Legislatures of the dif ferent States for ratification, making it the duty of each of the several Sta...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 23 December 1875

the .iaiAvENWOj&ra weekly times : TmmsbAT," December 23..1875. v-.i zzf' it. ?. I tnti;s TnriDAV, DECEMBER 2S, 1875. DEATH Or H- C LEAEITED We leam of the death of Hon. H. C. Learned, one of the directors of the Kan sas Penitentiary-, at his residence in Neosho Falls, Woodson county, Kansas. He was a native of Eloomiagton, Tnd. He has been a resident of Kansas for many years, and has held many important jKwitions in Iowa and this State. He was a prosperous farmer, a good business man, and a kind friend to the poor and needy. He was a brother in law ofCapL C J. Hanks. PUBLIC OPIHIOX In another column will be found ex tracts from Kanas newspapers, comment ing on the conduct of Legate and his tool". The Chetopa Adcanee, a Republican news paper edited by Mr. J. M. Cavaness, lately appointed postmaster, says that " Legate has always been a dead-weight, and An in cubus on the body politic of this State," and hopes that " Anthony wiil prosecute h'm to the full extent of the law." Thi i...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 23 December 1875

THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1875. I n . 4 L C8 M tTI THE rn IMP5--. KST.AlJ3L.:SF1I-i.:J.) ie?or.. The Oldest, Largest, Cheapest Dlly, pry-r. 20B. . S.S-J A Idrras all nr ler " OI'SjU OI'TTvfgTS, I..-inrriworth, Kim, TAI2 PIAY The avoriie Home Remedy. lafioloenur a I-auiilv Wwlis-in-; ami bf bcln .ept realy flraior-Jl'lnrpn i!I fracaxij an lioirot Mifiltifxd Kans. doTUr Is time and doctor I Uli Alt-roTti Irt j Vet iV trial It i still irclrlor th- tavt u qnIlrd rs I-onIals tc lu Tirtiie; trwa rnouof tb li be ch-rctr and rinon U it; f-mlneht j)Ii) Ui4aumtu"iiJ It i the XJ'Ht rF .'El.TsJ At SI.J2FIC Fo-alH!Mtse. of the Uvre. ptomach aod FpKn TincSYMrTOMSoflhe Livr ccmpla r.t ar a Maeror bad.la.te in .he outh; rain la the Btcx, eide ..r Joints, of e mhLk.nf.rr t.NMirn t s-n; ir .srri .en; Usw of Ap t t; Bowel, alif-rae'e y cotive and lax; Headache; Loa ot lum r , m ttta a pali'ul naiiun f hsvingfaled I' do wine hirg wnh ought to hivel.een do; Ir-tIIIy, . NilIlo ...

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