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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 10 February 1876

-Sv ji -si JV THE LEAVEXWOKTH WEEKLY TIMES : THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1876. WLzzkln SfimMls THURSDAY, FEB5UARY 10, 1S7G. TT005A2TS C10THSS. He Lost Them at Fort Leavenworth in 1875 And They Cott tha OoTersmest Several Thousand Dollar to Eeplice Tbes. In February, 1875, as Trill be remember 3, the caralry ttables at Fort Leavenworth were burned to the- ground- At the same time, and identical with the destruction of the buildings, private Patrick Xoonan, of Gomrjanr B, Fifth Infantry, had his clothes burned, and toon after he applied to the Government for another cult, thinking he was entitled to the same, as he had lost them while endeavoring to nave Govern ment "property. The tnodut operandi of the business is thus accurately and graphically described by the Xew York IrHnme, in a recent issue. Suffice it to say that Patrick is still alive, and at present employed as messenger in the Medical Director's office, at Fort Leavenworth : Whoever thinks the Government is ex travagant and care...

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. — 17 February 1876

c"t)E -e-- Tl THE TIMES ttebliibed IBM 1 Vol-20.-50 47 J j.Ji.AYcNATOKXH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 17. 1876. ConisrTatiTe Established b t D. B. Anthony, January 1861- "ST muffin- - ;V - LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY r ; 'tf. - fi?" -. CslLV - f'c tr - s-"ii??c mi . .,- ra jcWh 3tfmts THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 10. 187C. RADICAL AND RIGHT ! Hie DIM Dally Papsr in Kansas. Tie Cheapsst Baily Paper in Kansas ft Best Dally Pap in Kansas. The Leasing Daily Paper in Kansas THE TIMES, LEAVENWORTH, - KANSAS. THE TIMES enter upon t be centennial year with flattering proect. Having eb sorbed all its rirals, it is now without a com petitor; its Bubscription books represent the combined circulation of all tin daily newspapers eTcr published in Leavenworth, and it is the only paper in Leavenworth that publishes the Associated Press dispatches. It ha now reached the point which no few of the many thousands of newspaper ven ture, in this country ever attain, and in Eub i h-rf on a Paying Oasis. THE TIMES will conti...

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. — 17 February 1876

9&&g$227&3''-rj jifirr - - -" in' - jacgyf'-'V; gA"3- ?;'?" i- - '.3 c -s. rV M LI : M IVI f - THE liEAVENWOllTH AVEEKXT TIMES: THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 187G. v ..I.' wa MMtg ht8 TnunSDAY. FEBRUARY 17, 1S7U. EZPUBLICAir C0jV2i'XI0ff. A delate conTention of the republicans of the SUteof Kansas will bebeldinreprtsentatire hall, in the citT of Topeka , on Wednroixy, the 21th da; of May, A. If. 1876. at the hour of two o'clock p. jr, for the porpone of tlioosins tea delegate axni ten alter nates to represent the republican fort; of Kansas in the Union ilepublican National Oonreution to be lirM In HnHnni!! flhlr. on h 14th i)r nf Jnn. pror, for the purpose of nominating candidates for President and ice-President of the United States. Each renrtseotad re district entitled to rejimenta- tlnn In th I M!9ttir fif IRT7 fchill lA ..! 1 ... two delegates. It Is recommended that the ulstrict conventions for the purpose of electing debates ti the btate Convention herein called, be held ...

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. — 17 February 1876

n,pPPPJlJIHU. -rfF" -., fji'-.v4i -1 ".SK.1- - rkrrf- nt THE LJEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1876. ? y. 3 : a) r ?' : '? U i ?- :it. I k?.. v IC-1 l' m d- """tai saTw. WW.--.' v CMS sril - sssa..-l0 - sWWssjV TIMES.' ESTAPLISHiOJ 1S50. The G.dsst, Largest, Cheapest Dn.r. per year CO WaacL., f yiar ... .. in IxsI.Trm. 1j 17 prtrottbe city by citrler at tweuTj-fiTe c ntj a wet. " Addrculodert TSEJ a?J3VTES. Leavenworthi Hn MaX&ttarQiR '- - miiss v. '-" i. r-t ff.-z -v.y n ksmvi sr Th3 Favorite Home Remedy. Is eminently m Fxo.Hr MMlrlne; acd r beTo; kept real j ijrfiomMflmon will mtb msn n hoirol a3frljg aid tniar dolUr la time ifid doctor bills Altermr I-VrtT Yewi Iral it i still rtctirlnc tb mo-t u quMIid vTi. iolU viit - from irrBOQ of h hbet chrciiTn 1 r-por.-s ibl.lt. taulntni i'hjitUoconimnJ It us the UMt Pet rail -11 . of th User, -stomach a-idsp'ren TuasVMlToMSof tbe LIvir c- nip alnt as a Miter or Lad ta-t-j in ha e outi; rain in the Usee, ldeai,r Joint;,...

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. — 17 February 1876

. y 5- t-"p.l rvifti- -t X M THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 17 . 1876 & i.t'cr. .-c 'Saltljr Satra THUBSDAY. FEBRUARY 17. 1S7C. KAK8A.S LEGISLATUHE. Sixteenth Annual Seinon. SENATE rCOCEEDIXGS. Tofeka, February 10. Senator Haider man presented the remonstrance of A. 15. Keller and twenty-sir others, citizens of Leavenworth county, against the pz&ugc of a general herd law. Senator Gillespie presented the report of tne special committee on tne penitentiary, which was ordered to be printed. . IL C 11. So. 43, in relation to investigat ing the Normal schools at Leavenworth and Concordia, was read. Senator Parkinson offered an amendment as follows: Strike ont the words "And by what au thority two schools were organized under a law providing for bnt one." The resolution, as amended, was concur red in. MOTION'S AND RESOLUTIONS LAID OVER. II. C. K. No. 20, authorizing the Kansas Senators and Representatives to secure the passage of a certain act to protect the pub ...

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. — 24 February 1876

?!?!!!fcis-rg .- ... ,- m 't i u THE ' LEAVENWO .WEEE MES z I EststliaieJ ISi. t ol. 0. So x.EAYKHTTOIiTH, KANSAS, TxiUHSDAY, FEBRUARY 24. 1 ft"7A JConsrra:ivc Established V t D. B. Anthony, Jancary Z861- 48 u I O. NTH JL & JSl R a T v . a- J a TI I! I- V- b V i l - kjfc. rc?- it RS'- ?t l?3.l -.? J-' L-y -" . rLJ . 3r;. - i&ffttr ka'r- -si.-- . r , - W.'t3v-rJlv.sMaT &: vc- MccMa Whites THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 24. 1876. i i correctly reported, bid fair to revolution- i ize our entire domestic and commercial RADIAI AWn RIPUT I J economy It is nothing Itss than a subsli nMUIUML Hlfs illUn 1 I ' tule for fuel, Iirodced at comparatively no expens, and by the application of the sim- IITL CU.. It.... TI...- J IT . ; plest scientific contrivance. The invention Tlie Olaest Daily Paper m Kansas, denominated the hydHboB bur . I and gas-generator, and by its use, the Tbs Cliapsst Daily Paper In Kansas Bb Best Daily Paper in Kansas, lb Mil My Paper in teas THE TIMES, LEAVENWORTH, - KANS...

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. — 24 February 1876

MX "r-"r- TJE lpiaj'ji;isasrsissEfeLSc2t - . muii vUlt-CH THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 24. lo7. HSPUBLTCAIT COSVSIIOS. A delegate nonTenUon c the republicans of the tuteuf Kaias will hebeMinrerTeeenuliTe halL In t-edtynf Toji,on tVeOncsdir; the 51th 'ajr of May, A. D. ls.6. at tli hour of two o'da t p. ., for ine purpose of dioo.ns len delegates and ten alter nates to Tepraest the republican party! Kansu in the Union CcMiblican National ConresUcai to be it'll in GndnsaU, Ohio, on the 14th day of Jose, rrox.forthepcrpow o! nominating eas41date tor 1 "resident aid vW-Presideiit of the United States. Uich representative district enfltledto representa tion In fiie LejlaUturecf lSTi ahsll fc eaUUedto two delegate. It la recommended that the district coaTsntlons for tke purpose of electing delegates to the State Conrention herein called, be held on Saturday, the 13th day of May, 1870, at inch, hour aa may lie des laiteJ by the central committee of each represen tatiTe district, or In the erent that...

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. — 24 February 1876

:s3f.m3g&i&':mto Tj-r.'Ui ' tW ' teaSe is- tf3F .Ti--fgpiv-'' t9Ssf-" - rZSVjftprq c - - ' -. jpttr-j-' - - Jfitev' ",?" ris fc THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1876. Td W 'j 7 M - IT -. (., v . ULJ i-j-5"'. - s? tiAr m - r JffK I J. J LE5VsJ- TV ...ja-5. -t TKk 'i'liSJ-JLCS. issavurjisnau isss. . The Oldest, Largest, ChsapestJ Ax Exit Nawrarxs IX Kisus. Dn.y, jerreer .... ili-scxs, i-m Jar , .. :o? Address aUo"e-s to Lrurenworlh, Kan The Favorite Home Remedy. U eminently a. Fauillr Melidne: and fej be di keptrwilx irimmeilJte rrsori will mt ixany an hoar of suarri-tgaid uiaaja d-jllir iu m ad doctors hllu Alter ott Forty Yean tral it i a'HI rrctWIm th most u-quallcd tea l-min'ala luits vlit c from fwrsoovot Ibft hubeUcharc(iTanl nrpon tU.Mty. Kmloeut f-byaidaLi tuiiuni it as the ocoat Foe all li-eof Iho fiver, a'otnach & Sp'ctn TiiaSYMrTOM-iofibe Liver c mp tt ir tfUitror bad ta-t in he cuti, fain iti the Kick, eldeacr Jointr. of e) tulst. kn for . c...

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. — 24 February 1876

'2S'i-'-?sessrfeMsJi r.g.a.111' -agmmmS f -SKR .s? V 1 M m liEAVENWORTH WJLEKLT TIMES: THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 187G. EELIPIOUS. HEMCAL. llDICAL. 'ae v -" M:SCELLA3S0U3, SDXDKIE3. ! HOUSE XiAH K d Wi i-t ff ir s. u It J II ' 11 M J i 'H i it '! u vt M a, !.i . Ii V girt IMS THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 2-. 1S76. KAS3A8 ITZilS. Several of the "Good" Templars got on a drunk the other day, and had a gay old time. Woodson County Font. It is very early for immigration, but already it in Betting in- Every day for the past week teams drawing wagon-) loaded with families and household goods, acom panied by small herds of stock, have pair ed through our streets. Wichita Jhyle. A trin throuch. most of the country last week reveals us the facj that fall wheat u suffering. It looks bad in some places, though we saw none that we thought was killed. A good snow or a gentle rain would be very respectable to the farmers at this time. Council Uroct Democrat. Probably more butter is brought to town bow and marketed ...

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. — 2 March 1876

"t5"J"S52 r W !NW s l ?- Pi ;t ElUblisatd ;655. Vol 2J.-Xo 49. EAYE7170RTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, 3IATRGH 2. IS78. CTi'rative RtUMished b :ueaj, January 2561- y LEAVE W hhki A 1 fiJJLJfLi Si c !' BlV L' y J - ! !' fjl ft I ' i 1 B. J I 1 , & SBlwItlg Shimm THURSDAY. MAPCH 2, 187C. HOT GUILTY. The jury in the Babcock case, after a few moments' deliberation, yesterday after Boon, brought in a verdict of not guilty. This verdict will be endorsed by the judg ment of every fair minded man who has given his attention to the proceedings of the trial. There wag never before a trial iu the United State?, attracting any considerable degree of public attention, which brought forth so much talk and to little proof as this. Gen. Babcock's ene mies charged him, in general term", with everything, but when it came to the proof, they were able to substantiate nothing; during the whole progress of the trial they have kept up an inccsant clamor about everything, true or false, that seemed to carry the...

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 March 1876

ssr 72' sSi THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 187G. f-v--v t ""--' V YlljClu1T (ftlb ) itf 8 -? V-l, U 4 Vl4--V.w THUKSDAY. SlAl.CII 2 87& CAS2 OF H0S03- The Stats .Agricultural Society, at the time the State l'air tra3 held i th city, two years ago, contracted i;h The Tims and Cosu icrcial for a certain amount of ad vertising, agreeing to pay each the sum of S150. I he ad rertising was duly performed by both pajiers, and the Commercial was paid in full. The lonoralle I'resident and Secif tarr declined to pay The Times' hill, Although the T7ork was done under a writ ten contract, for the reason that Tiir Times had criticised their management, alleging that they had contracted for the purchase of the editor's principles, or, in other words, they had bought and agreed to pay for the editor, and not the advertisement. The Times sued the Agricultural Society and obtained a judgment for the full amount. The judgment has not been paid, the Society claiming that they had...

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. — 2 March 1876

;-" THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY. MARCH 2, 1S76. h I iT i ! V K J T , U r a p' -A-. V .-' TidLK TIMES. EsTABLIsUh-D 1-3Z3G. The Oldest, Largest, Cheapest Ad Beit Nawjsrari-a in EaSA3- Dn.v, per Tear...., Asi..-Lr, pe. j.ar .16 CO .. 1 Ou Deliverec fa a-iy p rt ol tl my carrier at twenty neentaaeek. Address ill orders to THE TJIES. Ieavenwortra, Kara T ?. Wsi The Favorite Home Remedy. Isetnlnently a Family Mnlicinc.: td by te'nt keptrealy forluiHieif.te rrton will eare u.any an hour of auSeringaad maay a dollar ia time awd doctors' bill. AliwoTer Forty Years trial It is still reciting th mo-t UM)uali9d mil nonials tolta vlitue. from s.r.notlb.huihestch.rsclerand respon sibility. Eminent phyalda. arouimend It aa the most lorall livaw.of ilio Urer. atouach iii tplwn. TiiKSYMt-TOMSof the Liver cnipIrit aa a t.iileror I.a4 tww la .be "nutti; ram In the B, rides r Joints, of enmlitikm tor eeum tlsm; tr -s.siis-.rTi; loss of A s-t te; Bowel, alternate'y co-tire and lax; Headache;...

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. — 2 March 1876

ss: THE -LEAVVORTH WEEKLY , TIMES : THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 1876. IttttDitlg gjimw IEDICAL OAT".?. Mi. ICi-L. SPECIAL NOTICES. LHL&sDAY. MAlXA iSTu. Ssidhisa. According to the beet Oriental tcliolar!, Siddhartha, the ron of Smldhodana, King of a large territory on tlie confines of Oudc and Nepaul, was bom about the sixth cen tury IJ. C. Up to the age of SO he lived pretty much as described above ; !jn, es caping from Lis father's kingdom, he be camc a religious mendicant, and diligently Ftudied the lore of the JJrahmpns. Find ing this unsatisfactory, lie took refuge in rigid aECetirar, and for many years occu pied liimelf in endeavoring to discover the oaunesif things. Having at last, as he fuppoed, succeeded, he devoted the restTjf his life to preaching the new gospel, where by the world was to be led to a knowledge of the truth. His converts were many and influential, several royal families becoming earnest and dei oted propagandists. He is supiio-cd to have died at Kmmagara, in Ou...

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. — 9 March 1876

"is-r--. "''. v 1fT ' TBOije- ojigg 111 If THE LEAVENWORTH TS 7V1 71 r v EstabliifcH 1S55. Tol.20.-Ko 50. LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS, TnUl.SDAY, )IA1;CE'9, L876. Conservative Eitanlithed o D. E. Anthony, January 1861- IZr S" " ' ,T1MES vv R1 A if I ?, 'J fSSetttlji mi THURSDAY. MARCH 9, 1870. TIKE. "Time is fleeting," go Mr. Longfellow Kings, and if be lived in this propinquity he would discover that time is not only "fleeting," but, like tlie Indian's white man, "mighty uncertain." We have in this city at leant a dozen "regulators," all warranted correct, reliable, and infallible indicator:) of the true time, and yet each particu ar regulator regulates time in iu own particular way, and "winds off the hours, faster or slower, at its own sweet will, while its "gait" differs by from ten to twenty minutes from that of every other "regulator." The cause of this discrejiancy is to be found in the fact that our jewelers give us "sun time," and our hotels and ticket offices keep "railroad time,"...

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. — 9 March 1876

-sa. f-uzjas&tassa r-nrf - ay.; -v. t Tiij LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, MARCH 9, 1876. m tfiGiMltlll im (V ' THCISDAY. MAECII 9. 1S7(X HOS. WIL A. PHILLIPS. As will be eea bv our special dbpatch ea from Washington, CoL 1'hiUJps bill tasics railroad last!" has raised the House. This is but justice, as heretofore a large area of these lands hare been exempted from tax by reason of tbo railroad compa nies refusing to take out patents therefor. The property-holders of Kansas will thank our delegation. CBEDIT. When the House apportionmtnt bill was on its final passage in the Senate, Senator Halderman asked and obtained unanl mota consent to submit an amendment giv ing the county of Leavenworth an addition al Keprefer.tative, which amendment was adopted by a unanimowt vote. We are in debted to no one, more than to Mr. Ilal dennan.for the two Senators and seven llepresentative", the county of Leavenworth i to have in future Legislature?. THIS. THIH5EE, THM-TEST. The labors of th...

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. — 9 March 1876

..' autLM. ! -,.-Ugg-sjcw :. JC1. :-Aecw ..jJK" m THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, MARCH 9, 1876. 3i V ir TJB.li; TIMES. KSTABLISHliD 1S53. "The Oldest, Largest, Cheapest Ar Car aVw'r-rt3 is Eaiss-s.' Dn.T, rtrveir. Wiuti, r yitr Delivers? In a ly p rt ol tl A-drees ill odsrc ta fcoo 1 W city by ear-ler at ;Usuven.worth, Kan " S7 I I S f . I I ViH ( ' J ST Favorite Hcmi ' Tho Remedy. tlV a keptrcaly f irlmme ite ntr will save may an ho-jrof suirt Jica id caar addla ia tli.e a.d doctor, bl'i. Att.rnver Forty Years" lnal It i iIII recrleln tan ruo-at u qoali d 'f s f iftn'als io lu "lit s f-oui rsrsrifoi ib.-ube. chrctracJ r pou e bl Ity. Eminent puy.iciat.aronisi.nJ ft aa tilt icoal For all Isaseof (be Liver, Htomac'i a-.d p'ecri. TH-SYMl-TOMSof the Liver cmp.alnt at a biueror tiad tM- in he "oath; Pain iu the Hurt, rides rJoititt, of e rni'Uk.u for rtfceuui, li:n;ii. i.fii :; I t of .-t te; Eoael. altruae'y costive and lax; Hesdsctie; l ot la"ra',ry, with a palitut f-nsation ...

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 March 1876

h THE lAVENWORTH - WEEKLY TIMES: THUKSDAT, MARCH 9, 1876. A A W lir I? : 'I Fr? n i kv ! P l! I i Pi I1 a Ig xnijcs V THURSDAY. MARCH 9. 187C. IH3IAK AFFAI3. Senator InKall' Plan for Their Eegmatien. fFrca the Chicago Inter-Ocean.) Washctotos, D. O, February 23. Mr. IngaUV has introduced in the Senate a bill providing for the removal of all Indians to a. general reservation, and sugjeating a new method for the regulation of .Indian affair?, -which has some excellent features. It pro vides for the appointment of a number of commissioners, of whom a portion eliall be educated Indiana, chosen for their special fitseses by the President, and subject to confirmation by the Senate, at salaries of 55,000 a year each. These conmiissioners shall select a chairman from among their number, and two secretaries, not ot their number, at salaries of S2;000 a year each, and have charge of and direct the manage ment of all the government with all the Indians under the jurisdiction of the Uni ted Sta...

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 March 1876

-.-jr - g-.-. "-Bgrgcaatagp.yiqai giirfWjt.iwAiii 1 1 g yffvtfc 3!Z&Z3$zr?XEr&ts v,-. tart-T- " LEAVENWO WEE TIMES I Established 18SS. Vol. 20.-So LEAVENOHTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 16. LS76. Conservative IslaMisted h I D. E. Anthony, January 1861- 1. It RTh JL JL JUL THE - ' A K ,' & Wccltla 8ftmts THURSDAY, MARCH 1G, 167G. BEAD THEJt OUT. The Governor failing to find an honct man in the Republican party r.oiuhiat.d Glick for treasurer of the Centennial fund. The Jndgeof the District Court wan is the name fix, and so he yesterday appointed Grover County Auditor. Had there not tetter be a meeting in front of some saloon to read them out of the party ? AN uTTDEECUBHEIfT IN THE BELKNAP CASE. A special dispatch lo the Chicago Jut and Hail gays that a strange undercurrent is developed in the Belknap case. The Re publicans unanimously desire every fact to be brought to light, without fear or favor, whileUie Democratic leaders bring out ev idences lor political capital again-...

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 March 1876

i wfjm jgr r t ujr :fe-e: '. - Tfii. LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, MARCH 1 6, 1876. Sfreaawuw y9Z p I?- ? rr 4 J , ' S$Mltlir ianus THURSDAY. MARCH 10, 1S7C. PUEB' O amount of "chctk," and "a gude gift o the gab." , Our national temple, like that at Jeru-a- Celebration of the Completion of the iem hM become a dm of thieve, and poii- f17" mrr Lri I) t DTT r Lincoln statute, in Lincoln Park. Referred. JDX XiiJUE.ljrtAJrll, ! Mr. WRIGHT called up the hill fixing HEW EATIP3HIEE. The probability now is that the Repub lican will carry 2w Hampshire, Tues day, by a very fair majority. If the Gov ernor iselectsd by the people it -rill be Uiiappointsttnt to the Democrats, who have hoped to throw the election into the legislature, a majority of which body they expect to control. The chances are now, however, that both Governor andLegitla nre will be Republican. oevillx ettxri txasia.ctiovs with dueto rce. Ourdiapatchee this morning state that Dr. Terry, of St. Louis, testified yesterday ...

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 March 1876

T3.". rim Jr ypyWHi;! THE LEAVENAVORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, MARCH 16, 1876. TO ! rJ 4 M -, w . m I - v f N THIS TIMES-! CUE PBESEB7 A50 PAST COHIBASTiD. KSTABLIsHKI) 1855. The Oldest, Largest, Cheapest swsrarzx isSTsss.s. 16 CO .............. x IW city by carrier At Aid Bxjt - DirLT, per year. WMtJiXi, Jar - rWieerec la aiy p-rt o( tie twenty Are MU a rwk. ( Address all order to THE TTnVTES. BTenworth, Kan SmIRjUXjhsVSBb she People's rrat-dr. The Uaiversal Pala Extractor. Vote: Aik for Pond' .fixrraot. Take bo other. Hear: Jar 1 vCl tpeak of excellent thins.' Pond's Extract injn.le- to Minor Beast, Kalis, BiuU-s. Ilrftln-, rtinlu.. Contu sions, libl cation. Irrnrl r.. Cut., ltnled or Ir.d-d Mounds. wrlilMC, Kuras, eca'ds, i. &uz.turi a. lllmll K a.u - or tplu Ingof oud. ' MM- II .- .1. and MeedlOZ Gumof reth Fossa im(i.i niwtiai xna 1 BluoJy charges. rr-w.UDi-w BJina !'. (l..Il!lhl,i r (till .rhr. E .ach-, Seu- rsKl, aweled eare. In ssau-tiasa. Kheumittc dwelling or -oreuea. ...

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