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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 16 March 1876

ftt&zl THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY. MARCH 16, 1870. h r j. !&' S ri Y I ui mmlilf $w-M TELTisDAY. JIA11CH 1C. ISTo. What .gs of letter Saies. The Ciearing-hou1 ii the bar,i.Ur o modern sconce. In the incn.a-3 or ie- crease of exchange there recorded, we may trace the ebb and flow of tho-A great commercial tides winch bring huccc-i or failure. Thus the following table, which vhovii the aggregate exchanges of the .New . York C'learnis-hou.e for year ending hei- temUj i!0, h a! a. condeus.-d history of the tasinesi of the country i-incc" the wan i c: rater EXciiaMEs. 1870-1. SiajQOfiiS.nQ . - 3,153,472 2" 4MJS,C36 - M7.OM.BS6 1871-2. ,:, ,4113 1872-3, 1873-1. 1S71-5 Jrt-!f ISCJ ;o Si,)lZ),ilX, 3,ottnc,b;j Sii ce the close of the last Clearine-house year there have been many pjgna of revival ol trr.de. Some writers, more kind-hearted and liojft-ful than accurate, have repeated ly tried U pcrro-de the public that its day of financial trial was ever. In some part of the...

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 March 1876

cmMUM.'jjiii w H ' i h LEAVENWORT YEEI i sttblisaen 1S55. Vol 20.-K0 LEAVENWOJEITH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, 3IARCH 23, L876. f Conservative Established by I D. B. Anthony, January IM1- -r "g5Sacr3P-ESfeJeai; THE CLY TIMES h a ! 1 1 WLtMi HHimts THURSDAY. MaECH 23, 1876. THI8PXECH OTltt PHILLIPS We publish in fall in oar issue of to day, the speech of Hon. Wa A, Phillip, ef this District, upon the financial ques tion, delivered in the House of Representa- Uvea, on the 10th inst, which has been pronounced one of the ablest agruments upon this question ever made in Congress. Mr. Phillip ia not in sympathy with the radical resunptionista. He says the real aecret of the demand for the contraction and final extinction of the legal tender note, is to increase the value of money, its power and interest, and to give bankers the ontrol of the money market. He regards the rate of in terest aa already too high for safe and healthy business, and thinks it would be wrong to take any steps to still furt...

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 March 1876

ssr d.-SSfeSii rr-fJUm"": iT..i nC i i t,. Tiiii iJSAVElSrVVORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THTTRSDAY, MARCH 23, 1876. I fc .? if, I Jr f! .! I? . af. I i i ! I Satolilij 8hhms THUKSDAY. MAECII 23, 1E7G. FAKE TO THE CEHIESSIiL. " The railroad companies whose lines cen ter in taia citr re actinic co-operatively in the matter of Centennial pasierser fares, which 'they will reduce probably 25 per cent FhJaddphia lima. If jou would not be disappointed in the number of visitors at your big show, Mr. Timet, you had better let your railroad companies understand from the first, that twenty-five per cent will not do. The peo ple of the "West, who will be your "best customers,,' if you get them, have made up their, minds that the usual excursion rate, "one fare for the round trip," is enough, and until the roads come down to that point nine out of every ten of those who desire to go, and expect to go, will stay at home. You may set that down as a fact. If we get Bucb. rates of fare as we ought to have, we...

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 March 1876

l'. TirgeSaT? .i' m,a. .amjt,.Mj THE LEAVENWORTH .WEEKLY. TIMES: THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1876. .' Lt ' I V s THE 'J IMiiS. ESTABLISHED, 1855. THE OLD. S' LAGS?, CHS PES? And Best Newspaper in Kansas. Daily, per Year S3 CO -Weekly, per ear . 1 00 f.ati: or Aiiinniti.NC DAIEY Ten cents per lies, or oce dollar per quire each In ertloa. WEEKLY Thirty cents per line, or three dollars per square each insertion. Dellrt reJ in any part ol the City, by Carrier, at 23 cents a week. THE TIMES, Iiivn worth! "Kun fwk Remedy. The Favorite Home Is eminently a Family Medicine: and by be n; kept real j f .riuirae l.te resort will save uauy an hourot su-tringajd waay a dollar in lime a.d doctor.' bill. Arteroser Forty Years' tna! It is still rccelvinr tbe nio.t Ufqoal.d es I ..-n'als to lis slit es from ra.n.ot the h.Let ch.rsrter and re poti aibilllj. Eminem physicist, commend 11 as the not aSFPEUTUAZ. hlrJIFiJ For alHfe-ase-of the t-lrer. stomach and Spleen TiiaSYMt-TOUSoftheL'nr c top a'ot ai a Miter ...

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. — 23 March 1876

Si2 'JTr,i"tTf!'Jlassjssm9iei iaia'-liBAVEirW'OETH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1876. i mil inn ii j.qjvg,.vji.u.".."-tr;.i'LT guaaiaujJaaiCT 3i'r: & t I, f 'j tA' w ' : It, P It H i1. I MkMtf SWUMS THURSDAY. MARCH 23. 17G. y tj !. ;.:...!- .... ... 8 tSll r-.sBBrBIOBfiS f- (lit U.Ui.00i, . 1 S. Ea Gets Up ud Speais Oat inTtMUig About Caurili and Hums Hit Bitter Coasjsasation of tie Actios of ths Setait CToiUtiiticol " Special Dirpalct topyt'Ckitago Tribune. NEwT0EMrpk4Jl4 pr. R. S. Storrs spoke liis Blind lo-Bix'Itj an '' may becon Idanijbtda&t that the whole Congrega tjtWCMreh ii to be conTulsed with the scualT His church was crowded in erciy part by ma audience which was evidently rjerrouslw interested in what it was under stood he was to say, for it had been an nounced that he would review the late Ad visory Council and explain his reasons for retiring from the Presidency of the Congre gational Union, and it was natural to sup pose that his criticisms would involve ...

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. — 30 March 1876

f n S' LEAVENWORT nPTTT BEKLY TIM Esubhifced J655. Vol 21.-ITO 1. LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 80, 1S76. f Conservative E3taUihed y I D. K. Anthony, January 1S6I- ES JL JOJCLs' ri ! 3 H HB I r.. Iu.i ?: I; l Itf 5. h tt uUcdilg piius-l THURSDAY. MARCH 30, 187C THE iTOEJtT WEEK Tbe week just passed wilt le long remem bered aa tbe stormy week. A line of great storm i.toi to have extended all round tbe world, and from all quarter! of tbe globe come accou nu of tbe havoc wrought by tbe angry elements. In New York tbe atorxa was very severe. Numerous disasters to shipping are reported. Much damage to property and considerable loss of life. Tbe storm in New England was very violent. Fifteen inches of snow fell in some portions of Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont. Trains were delayed in all directions. All along the New England coast the storm was one of the most violent ever known. The Sound steamers were unable to leave their docks at Fall river and Newport. Re- ports from variou...

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. — 30 March 1876

mm.- v WW 'Lis ' ' i. r THiu IAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY MARCH 30?fe876. IS.. I M '.J Vl 1 laieritlaSJim i 3 THURSDAY. MARCH ", 18TC. THE LZADIKG PAPE2 IK KAKSAS. In ewer lo place Tire Times in the hands of every man in Kan-, and to ex tend its circulation throughout the Cuion, among all who desire to know of our won derful young commonwealth, the Imt agri cultural PUte in the West, the price of the Daily Times has been reduced to fir dol lar per annum, and the price of the Week ly Times to one dollar per annum. The Times is the best piper, has the largest circulation in the State, and i the acknowledged leading Republican organ in Kansap. The reader of this article is respectful ly requested to forward the price of the Daily or Weekly, and we will send The Timks, pottage paid. BBIHOIHO OUT THE TETJTH. When rogues fall out, it is said, honest men get their due, and by a "falling out" in the Democratic party, at Kansas City the public is getting the truth. There is one thing up...

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. — 30 March 1876

THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES : THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1876. i I Jl m I to K -S A TECS TIMES. ESTABLISHED, I855.J THE OLDEST, LAEC-EST, CAE4EESI And Best Newspaper in Ksnsa. Oailj-, per lrjr . S Weekly, per wt 1 KATES OK ADVKTIM.C i PAIEY Ten cents per line, or one dollar hquareeach in-cnion. WEEKLY Thirty cent per line, or three dollar! per squire each insertion. Ilirenlln any part of the City, by CarrW.'at 3 rent a week. THZEJ TTTVTES. Leavenworth, Kan Centennial Ticket Bates and Eoates St. Locf, Mo, March 2-.J, 18TC. To tlte Leavenworth Times . Inquiries in regard to ticket rates from the West to the Centennial Exhibition at Philadelphia are so numerous, that we re s ticctfully ak space in the influential and widely circulated Times to make a brief and general answer. The Centennial Exhi bition oiwns at Philadelphia May lOlh.and closes November 10th. The Missouri Pa cific railroad will place on sale at all its principal siation, .May 1st, round trip, tirsl-clasa ticket", good for fil...

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. — 30 March 1876

THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1870. fr ir if I Iff. LV r & est Sfeltlji (Shui THURSDAY. MAKCII 30, JfcTC. FOR ALL OF US. That rclibin institution at JIanliatlan, railed tlio Agricultnral College, got all it . .kcl for from the .State Treasury. You ec, it U for the l)cr.cCt of Uic fanner, and f anninc must be tncouractd. Tliev!have a grand piano, to teach boys how to farm and a printing oGce, to give experience in tilling the ground; and a telegraph institu tion to demonstrate-the pciencc of agricul ture; and many other useful appliance?, at the expense of the Suite, of an enual de gree of uefulness to fit lioys for farming. V.e give it as our deliberate opinion, that nine boy out of erery ten who graduate j here as farmer.', unless they knew how to larm before they went there, could not hire ut to any decent larmer in the fctate, and remain in his Fervice one week. They would be hustled off of the place for ignor ance Iiow to iiarnes a mule or swill a noc. Th...

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. — 6 April 1876

v - '-'"aHSag3q r Tfc-T-Tfrm -ar-irn -riaijii Mfcn T" ! . I THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY J f ts ate1 B. m ? Zstablitsed 1855. t Vol. 2L If o 2. J LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 6. 1876. j i-w f Conservative XstaMltBtd by I D. 5. Anthony, January 1861. fc? MIT ' Kr? MzT2 z.'3-r -! TIMES .. ' U i: tt &-. f&i-- K3Mn L-3 WAS J. &&&' IKBmMk gpmis THURSDAY,APRIL 6, 1876. TEX CATJSE, TEE ETPECT, TEE BEMEDT. The New York .Sun, in commenting up on one of the resolutions adopted by the Democratic State convention of Pennsyl vania, thus states one of the greatest caus es of the depression now so generally felt in all kinds of business : "It is the weight of State, county, and municipal taxation, that now hangs like a millstone abaut the neck of the nation." Having thus plainly stated what is un deniably one of the most fruitful sources of our present hard times, the Sun proceeds to show in what way this great evil is blasting the industrial interests of the country, and say...

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. — 6 April 1876

!iS55! -asSg-MiS-i --?.?.?- -wy.Mga: -.--- toa.vy.. .- Tr-- wAP rt-s&ssa'. ----.. -sernrcs - - ? TEE LEAVESIWOKTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 1876. - I I'j I - Iff Wiullz Sfimts THURSDAY, APRIL G, Jc7G. LOOK OUT POB THE HAKKIBAL & ST. JOE. "VVc -were informed tome wec-s sgo by an oScer of the H. & St. Joe road a gentleman in position to know whereof he affirmed that as soon as the "entangling alliance" between the Missouri Pacific and the At lantic & Pacific companies, could be dis solved, the arrangement heretofore referred to by us would be perfected, whereby the trains of the H. & EL Jo" road would be enabled to run into Le aveuworth over the Missouri Pacific track, crossing at Atchison. Ac the two companies above named have betn "divorced" by the courts, and the Missouri Pacific has passed into the old management again into the hands of men favorable to the arrangement referred to it is but reasonable to expect that the plan will be put into operation wr...

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. — 6 April 1876

-- " -- i THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES J THURSDAY. APRIL 6. 1876. if I & l L I THE TIMES. jr- ESTABLISHED, 1855. THE OES?, LAEGES?, CHEAPEST And Best Newspaper in Kansas. Daily, per Year 6 00 .Weekly, per Year 1 00 RATES OF ADVERTISING t DAIET Ten cent par 11a, or en dollar far tan each ln-artlon. WEEKLY Thirty ceota per Use, or tore dollars par fuare each insertion. Delivered la any part of tbe City, by Curler, at S cenu a week. Q7F-TF. TTTVTES. Leavenworth, Kan MEDICAL vCVXfim Pond's Extract ke Peopled Bean-dy. Ike Ualvergal Tala Extractor. XoteAikferPamai'i Extract. Take mo other. -Hear: for I mU tpeoi o eaeficnf Mfnjs." InJa.lMi, m.nor Bmt. ' fall. Bmi-s. - inim, rpralna. Contu 10.it. tl.locatlon. rrswiwre-. Cuu, -crated or ladMd Wounds. welilsj, Buru, rcaMs, suLbtirit. MlelluT l.ana;w or Split- lag or Mood. -.!. and Bleeding tiumsoftteth. VunaHluKvl mimm and MuoJy 1 l-chargm. fllea Bkedlo P.I-, Blind H., (mlallible). rlb.rhr, E,rach, Keu- taigli, s.tlnl r-ae- SI Mm-tiia. CL...

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. — 6 April 1876

THE LEAVENWOKTH AVJEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 1876. main &;mt& THUBSDAY ArP.IL C. 1S76. ilia ' c-3 Won't Tell. wit ctusn li. Anthony, in conversation i a"reiortcr o The O-icao 1'vi and Mail axccntlr, vas about the truth of the Council "Bluffj telegram to tlie effect that she believed Mr. Ueecher guilty. She replied as follows : That was a malicious falsehood. I never said any such thin?, and I'll tell your just how it was. One the editors wrote a pensational article to that effect, and the re lortcr for the Associated I'resa made up a jierfect issue of falsehoods and cent it all ovt the country. Xow, you ain't going to j;et me to eay whether Ueecher i guilty or not. in all my journeying, for many month past, I never talked with a man five ininnted but what he would ask mc that ipjetion. I tell you these men are ten times worse goeaiperg than the women, and are no quizzical and curious. Xow there is no me asking me about JJeecher's guilty or my opinion about it, for I il...

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. — 13 April 1876

EAVENWORT EKLY TIMES Established 1655. I Vol. 2L-:fo 3. EAVENWOB,TK, KANSAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 13. 1876. I Conservative Established by D. B. Antaony, January UG1- i 1 Jjj WE V i& l IS Bl V I ,, II i . m i - SFimns J THURSDAY. APRIL 13, 1376. A Russian gentleman is purchasing in St. Louis, the entire machinery for seven steamers, which he proposes to put on the Amoor river. The engines will be taken to Kan Francisco and then ship-ied to Asia. A Tennessee Congressman named Rid dle, proposes to reform the civil service by making the office of postmaster in all in corporated towns elective, at every election for President, for four years. TilElIolton JUcorder of the Cth, contains Mr. Phillips' great currency speech in full. No other speech ever delivered by a repre sentative from Kansas was so widely circulated, or so generally read and ap proved. TnE city of Worcoter, Ma-s is to be made to loot the bills for private damages caused by the giving away of her reservoir. Then the derelic...

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. — 13 April 1876

-.. y .-g...,.--;.. 9ihVi iJVT -T-rr 1 1 1 ini .-1 & THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1876. - - -t tMMIii Shiu-cs TlTUr.SDAY, APUIL 13, 1S7C. 3TJSIS33. The badness prospect in Liavcnvro rtn h rteadily and rapidly improving; revcral new esblifhmenta Lave orened in the city tin? spring; two new firms present their compliments to the public this morn ing through the columnj of TnE Times, and peveral others will open during the reason. Enusinesa is letter than it has Ieen for several years pat, and is decid edly better here than in any of our neigh boring towns. 'We note these facts for the benefit of those who are incline"! f) croak abDut "dull times." COOS NEWS FOE KANSAS The long contest is over and the people come out victorious. The United States Supreme Court has decided in favor of thp Peltiers in the famous Osage Ceded Land case ratifying the judgment of the Circuit Court. This has been a long and liard Xought case, by the railroads on the one hand for a val...

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. — 13 April 1876

MUsua -JZZri-' ".7s. ff.- ft THE LJ3AVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1876. tl! fc . 1 V -r-. TIMES. ESTABLISHED, 1855. THE OLDESr, LAEGEST, CHEAPEST And Best Newspaper in Kansas. Daily, per Yrar 86 00 Weekly, per Yrar , 1 00 RATES OF AUVUKTLM.X; i DAIEY Ten cent per line, or one dollar per square each lnertlon. WEEKLY Thirty cents per line, or three dollars per square each Insertion. Delivered In u; put of the City, by Carrier, at S3 cent a week. TECS TJlwEES. Xavn-ortli, Kan MEDICAL Pond's Ext'ct Pond's Ext'ct Tie Prople'ri llemrdy. The UnUerul Pain Extractor. Hate: Ask for Pond', Extract. Take no other. ."Hear, for I will speak of excellent things 'aiMlli' KXr'i The r-at t'-irii- I'.ln Imlrnlrr. at-. Ivco iu uae orer irurty jrrarn mil tor cienllce ami prompt curative vlnua cannot lw eiceiled. VU1I.IK.. n lamlijr caa afford lo lie -Ith.ut Piiaa'n V Iimr'. trriilrnl. Intl-,. iimi ttlMiiM.f ni,prNiit are lei eved a1mo.llslaQliy by exteinal ap plication. Proutptly retie7ept...

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. — 13 April 1876

S . 'i."i"CW7ifc THE ixEAVENWOBTH WEEKLY ' TIMES : THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1876. rrmzmswnm r rn WLu ,uun TiTURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1S7C. THE ELACE HILLS What One Who is There Kncxs About the Prospects. The following extract from a letter re ceived in this citr, l.r Mr. M. Prrjbylovricz, from the Black Hills country, under date of March 23, chows about (he estimation in which that region is held liy thoc who have had occasion to examine the country : "The I'lack Hills will make a fine farm ing and timber ccuntry after the Indians arc removed. As to gold, I do not place anv confidence intthc prospect. I van htationed at Jtcd Cloud Agency, 50 miles south of the Hills, all I can i-ay is, that ihe men going there were cheerful, thinking that on arriving there they could pick up gold, and I met many returning, en tirely disappointed. Lhevenne is lull now of so-called "Jilack IIHIcrs." They adver tise for them, and the business .East being dull, poor people flock in like i-hcep. Many oflhcm come he...

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. — 20 April 1876

r&&Zj&ZC--"SZ3! .fygSagafe WEEKLY TIMES JA U LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 1S76'. t Cnnirrative SstaMithed ky I D. B. Anthonr, January 1861- Eittbllthei 1B55. I Vol. 2L-ITO 4. J THE LEAVENWORTH i , tfr u U - i u r - 1 1 It fel2 SKmts THURSDAY. APRIL 20, 1876. THE 1TEXT EDITORIAL COKVEHTIOJT. The editors of the Stale will confer a favor by expressing their opinions as to what course should be pursued by the Eii torial Association in regard to the pro gramme for the next annual meeting. The time of raect'ng is not far rff, and it is very desirable to hive a fall expression of opin ion as to what kinl of an excursion we shall have. We believe transportation can be had to l'hiladelphfa and return, bat such a triji cannot be made generally satisfactory: Some will think that they cannot afford to stay longer than a few days, while others will desire to remain a month or six weeks, and thus it would be impossible to accommodate all. We Le lieve the best excursion tha...

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. — 20 April 1876

&Sr3sUte-m.. ' ,r"U-5 THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 1876. 1 te yx uSImMj 8am.es L; THUBSDAY. APRIL 20, 187a FOB COVZEHOB. A large number of our State exchanges Lave lately 8jiol.cn in very complimentary . terms of our fellow-townsniau, tLe lion. John A. Halderman, in connection with the gubernatorial nomination on the Re publican ticket, next fall. Mr. Ilalderman has the Jeffersonian qualifications in a very eminent degree capability and honesty and, if he hould be called by the suffrages of the people to occupy the chief place in the Slate, would fill the Governor's chair in a manner creditable to attmstlf and his con stituents. Ife is an honest, safe, and con uervative man, in whose hands the pnblic interests would be secure. what is a monu 1 The Superintendent of Insurance, of the State of Kansas, evidently has an under standing of the English language, and of the meaning of English word.', which is i- suliarly his own. The law of last winter provides 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. — 20 April 1876

-rfp3je-- 2-3jtS9L. 'S14Sjsfc&a&ka'-;Sfe'9-i'ne!i.SE w - " THE 1.EAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIDIES: THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 1876. r TELK TIMES ESTABLISHED, 1355. THE OLDESP. LABGEST, CHEAPEST And Best Newsp-per in Kansas. Daily, per Year Weekly, per car i5 00 rate of .idu:i;timx; DAILY Ten tents r hue, or one dollar ix square each insertion. AV LtKLY Thirty cents per line, or three dollars r square each insertion. Delivered In any jart of the City, by Carrier, at 2J cents a week. T HE TIMES. Loavenworth, ICnti EXTRACT file's lU-wtdy. T a i It Universal I'jin 'Etrae!or. - A-vk fcrond'. Extract 7 Kite no other. far I Kill tpaaL of czecUcnt thinju CURE. Pil-r linil or Itit-ed n. InfUm inui u and Uicia Uons, Heme rrfi.K from auT oigan Hose, niim, i.uogs, Bow el, Kid fi Wo b, Ac , Congas l'as, r.nlars tin tints TNVA.l-UAKLE FOE livsentery &. Eh-u- milism, liiilamma- tion uf In) .y-s and Era lids luflaininallon fth iivans- Vag- i a ' "i oirhi V - ccs- Velai Pond's Extract. I h- I'cop'e'w t...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
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