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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 20 April 1876

MPWBPgKir;-,g-iy'i:Vir:r'.v,IT'?lr ff!B?S!5SBgfefaBflgBfcilitaBgij!L WaaW- .- awawawawass A - ' - - - ' - " , --;-j-r : - a.-- -. jt-tt- scrr ...... . , ... . . . u , a- &SE3 aCafflrjfn n- ss.-srxss ;s3ea3ssJ THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 1876. r 4 2 'j ' ff SlMljr SJiniM THUJISI AY. APKIL 'JO. :S70. Pillow fctsns .tppfctai' Journal hzs tbe following : Tiie subjoined from a contributor dwells accurately as well as amufinglf upon cer tain "Domestic Shams" with which the re ier, do doubt, is acquainted : 'Don't lie down on those pillow-shams!" "Don't put your feet on the counter-pane V "Don't lean your head against that white knit-tidy!" lhat is the way a darling wife talks to l:er precious huband, when he come home at night tired out with the public champ, and seeking for domestic realities ; while the, poor thing, tired out with the domestic realities, seeks to begile her mind with so cial and conventional sham?. 'Pillow Shams." Do tou know what thev are ? Di...

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. — 27 April 1876

teS33Sjf ay Wt p-"-- - v re" ft m THE LEAVEN WEEKLY TIMES I LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 1876.- kl Z.UIA.dlM5.2t.So6 Conssrrativo Zstaolla-td hy X D. S. Ant-oar, J-aaary ftgl. .SI 'WORTH ! Y ! il .' w - c!tlir ins THURSDAY. APRIL 27, 187G. CEOP BXPOBTS. The Toledo Made of lift Tuesday pub lisbed a comprehensive crep report, includ ing items from over two hundred points in Ohio, Mich gan, Indiana and Illinois. These indicate that .the pro'pecU cf wheat in the principil what producing region in those StaUs are unusually good. In South ern and Central Michigan the fanners are sanguine of having better crops than for year.". The ume is true of the great fields in Western and Northern Illinois and "Northern Missouri. In the rich new lands of Northwestern Ohio, the pro-pect is not to good, much of the wheat having been drowned out. In Central Indiana and Cen tral Illinois a very great dial of wheat ha Lit n winter killed, and many fields have been plowed up; a half crop is all...

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. — 27 April 1876

MBPwBPHjww g5feJ -' n-- -,, i f- '"' " Tiiii iiAVElTWOKTH WEEKLY TIMES: THTTESDAY, APRIL 27. 1876. f I K 1 Ml if Vh B: Lv. l '? I.. o ! 1 n 1-4 r i 1 A UWMltfg fflimts THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 1S7G. HOETICTJLTDBAL SOCIETT. We have before us volume 5 of the Annual Report of the Kansas State Horti cultural Society. As meal, it is replete with useful information, mostly deductions from the experience of intelligent, practi cal workers. The report should be in the hands of every farmer and amateur horti culturist, bat, unfortunately, after this rsciety had made a national reputation for the State, on very slender means, the past legislature, among their multitude of fol lies, refused to vote it" a dime, but, as usual, gave hundreds to the Agricultural Society which long since has been consid ered a nuisance, and whose principal man agers do not know a tuinipfrom a potato. With a little money (for it was always economical), this society could exhibit its fruit at the Centennial, and extend ou...

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. — 27 April 1876

.u&. jr 'ji -fl THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 1876. i y i i- t I. IB TH-IE TIMJSS ESTABLISHED, 1855. THE OLDESP, LAEGESF, CHEAPEST And Best Newspaper in Kansas. Bally, per Year Weeklr, per Ycar 1 00 RATES OF ADVE TISEaO l DAILY Ten cents per line, or one dollar per squire each insertion. WEEKLY Thirty cents per line, or three dollars jper square each insertion. IMiTcred in any port of the City, by Carrier, at 3 cents a weeV. o?b:e times, Lravenworth, Kan Favorite Remedy. rseinlnrnllf Family Mlrine; and br be1-., kepirralr f r.tme 'i-te r-on will wiTe rny an boiirol au3rlagiad inaaj a -9lUr la time and doctor' MU- Altrnver Forty Years' tna! Itn ... receldnc thj mot UriuaIIcid lea l-non'sla to 1U tirt-.ta from ftcrsooiiof bh'btchiretran n-prti--S LI tit jr. mloeat ibjlLiaLaiviiiinenJ It aa the titCtt y.Ft'CVTVAl. NIOIFI I7rall11Moih IJrer. Ktom.ch and Spben. TH-SYMrTUMHcflbe Lirrr c tup al-t ar a Mueror tod tarts In ihe rrcutu; Pain In the Ilaer, c-Ide.ur.oi-1....

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. — 27 April 1876

--, i iib r 7 i llii i r i jr:- -7 - - THE kJSAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 1876. - Z- j5p. S' t ' v lwMa 8m THUKSDAY. APIUL -7. 187G. A ZEOTZST. The ladies of the Xational 'WomanSuf frage Association are circulating, for signa tures, a protest, to be presented "to the men of the United State", in celebration of the nation's centennial birth day, at Phila delphia, July 4th, 1S7C," setting forth the fact that one-half the citiu ns of the Re public are EtUl unenfranchited, and com ttclled to submit to "taxation without rep resentation," and concluding as follows.: We protest before the assembled nations of the world against the centennial celebra tion, as an occasion lor national rejoicing, as only through equal, impartial su tirade, can a genuine Republican form of government be realized. With pride we may point the world to our magnificent domain, our numberless railroads, our boundless lakes and river, our yast forests, and exhauetless mines, our progress in the arts ...

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. — 4 May 1876

rtttt,ijri asff-rgsJ i ri 1 1 i-- --, -- LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES J s LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, 3IAY 4, 1876. f Conservativo Eitaoliihed oy I D. B. Anthony, January 1861. EitaoIUhed 1SS5. Vol. 21 So 10T3sSL. -Z 33DSgW!' ,l 1 JL JLJLXLd ' I ( - L I' -- c!ilr ftinus THURSDAY. MAY -1, 1S7C. MUST PUT DOWH EEAKES. The Gazetteem Monday morning will be gin running their news room with non union printers, or as they are better knon, rats. This, it is unden-tood, has been forced upon tbem by lcrn necessity, being com pelled to reduce th bills f.ir composition. With this object in view, they have con tracted with a chap, who lias already shaken the dot of several cities in a hurry, Ivtin acrf-M-fl tf fnrnluli tticm mmmKillllin at to-- -- - ,-; -- thirty cents er thousand ems. His plan is ' this: He fills the ca-es with boys and two-thirders. who are glad to ac cept twenty-five cents per thousand. This typo adventurer sets the heads and other lat matter iuinsell, and the result is Mop- sh...

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. — 4 May 1876

Sl3ritt&2 mpv.j.uas;,, . 3S-iSSTCrX T , "Ir t THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLT IIMES: THtJKSDAY, MAY 4. 1876. "2&&L ' I ' i J K' ' -! .r I B k BJ tcltlg Sftmus TUUKSD.VY, MAY 4, 1S7G. SEKAIOE inOALLS Senator Ingalla U working industriously and effectively in the interests of hiii con stituents and in the interest of the settlers generally. Our dispatches yesterday men tioned the fact that he called up a bill, which passed, authorizing the iacue of pa tents to the purchasers of certain Miami lands in this State; and clewhere in our iwne of to-day will be found a copy of a bill, which he introdnced lajt December, to confirm pre-emption and homestead entries of public lands within the limits of rail road grant1!, and which lie carefully watch ed and pushed, until it lias now become a law. This act changes the land policy of the Government materially, and in the interest of the settlers. It is the kind of legislation we need ; it is for the benefit of tlicne who are Hik ing to make ho...

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. — 4 May 1876

xneS&CT-ZA S3 fJ?Hl3 LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES? THURSDAY, MAY 4, 187G. -5--.. r r- f If A i .1, 'M '!. ! 'I to A '. F" THE TIMES ESTABLISHED, 1335. tbb I 'JTFT PRpiPFS?' And Ecst Newsnsrer in Kansas. Daily. jrr Year - -.-- Weekly, per ear K.Ta OF AUVKItTIslMJ .SO oo 1 oo DAILY Tea cda per sine, or one dollar j!r squire each Insertion. WEEKLY Thirty cents per line, or three dollars per ti care each Insertion. Delivered in any fort of the City, by Carrier, t 25 cents week. THBTIMBS, Lavenworthi Knu Th8 Favorite Horns Remedy. Is eminently a Family Mt.lfcia; and by betai leptrealy ftrimuieli.te rti-ori will aave many an Lourotauaeiingand uany adallar In time aad doctors' bills .Alterover Forty Yesrs tnal It h still reeelvinr the tuoat unqualintd tes'iwioulals to 114 virtues from itersonsol the hubert character aud rwpoii alhility. Eminent pbysiciAbacouiraen.1 it as the most CI'FOTllAL SI'ECiriO ForalHiwaesolthe IJver. stomach and Spleen. TiiKSYMrTOMSofthe Urer cuipaint ar a bitter or...

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. — 4 May 1876

SSJ&S;'' C.-jtffJ' , THE LEAVE STW'OK.TB- -WEEKLY TIMES: THtTESDAT, MAT 4. 1876. r. i f Sutofitir Stas nTi. p nantVTTn TfiVH. I ! THURSDAY. HAY -J. 1S7G. BLACK HILLS. A correspondent of the Denver Sew writing from Carson City, furnfehe. the following crumb of comfort for those who are contemplating a trip to the Llack "square meals at short and regular in tervals are fast becoming a rarity among "the oldest inhabitant?," and hundreds are ,-: n plrHmonarr crust, and would be hawking lunch, if they had any such thing on their bill of fare, but they haven't. There are now over i,wu men in " Hill nine-tenths of whom it may be sa.e to say. are "broke" flatter than the under hide of an elephant's foot. The daily ar rivals remain unabated, most of the new- w r. 71. l.rt .1a llmt comers uniting on wim " ....--etretches away toward the valley ol the liig Horn. ... There L every evidence that the Indians mean war to the kn-fe. They are careful ly tending their Flock and banding togeth er,...

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. — 11 May 1876

-"ir -Sii -2-531, K22ZB&S2&S22gr&&Z - aasiiso - -, xn.. jiii i if rr f m ...i fcii Mill .! fn uni. ill isnf?ns r- -.7WS- a.-- " B H- !U BJ 1 a . A2JUJ. rw it . j h Established 1S55. VoL 21.-5o 1 7.1 EEAVENWOBIH, KANSAS, THUHSDAY, MAY 11, 1876. : CosservativB Established bv I D. B. Artthoav, January 1861' LEAVENWORTH w IT "V a S3 vs K -- -.- JJL-lf I ftalMlsljI inns THURSDAY. MAY II, 1S7C. Tue Rochester Jlcpreu says, 'Susan B. Anthony has a new lecture, 'United States Citizenship' what is it ?" It appears to be the general impreasion of the attorneys of the State, that the lot tery indictments, found by the late grand u tj, will not amount to anything. The Republicans of Alabama are split into two faction-, have called two conven tion, and will probably send two sets of delegated to the Cincinnati Convention. Two hundred petrified cats have been found in an AzU c villege. Even their fiddle-strings are ston;, and the tails hare a natural arch, art if their owners made ...

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. — 11 May 1876

t:l rrsi-r -.- Tfii LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, MAY 11, 1876. 4 1 A Wttdilm SJbinus v t::iv.sday. may h, jstc -- . plicae co2ir:i ueztisp. Republican County Aatral Com i i. ; Is hereby notified that there will oe i mretins of the Commitlec at tlic Mansion UouT, in the city ol I.eavcn worth, on Sa urday, the 13th day ot May, at 1! o'clock i ?:. All are requital to be present. II. I S. McLanathan, Chairman. DI5TEICT MEETING. r ne voters of Kickapoo, Euton and I .rt Ijesvenworth Representative District rc rejueatJ to meet at the J unction School house, on Friday, the l'Jtli tlay of May, at ' o'clock P. M., to elect two delegates and two alternates to the State Convention at TojK&a, to be held May 21. By order of the I)itrict Committee. .11 wtt J. I. Dkkwi.n- OLD 24TH DI3T3ICT. The Republicans in the various tiiecincU in the Old 21th Krprexcntativf Iitrict, will meet at 2 o'c'ock r. M., on 1 riday, and elect four delegates, in each town- shin, to attend a District Conven tio...

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. — 11 May 1876

"-' -T" - TT i-y ij3r- ;rsfe--i V THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, MAY 11, 187G. u 1 i JB.K TIM1S8 ESTABLISHED, ?S65. THE OLDESf. LAFC-:ST. CHEAFESF And Best NcwspapT in Ksnsac. Daily, per Year .- WeeUr, per Vr-. ", on 1 00 RATES OF ADVERTISING DAILY Ten exalt per line, or one dollar per square eack Insertion. WEEKLY Thirty cents per lie, or three dollars p-r square each insertion. Delivered In any part ol the City, by Carrier, at 25 rents a week. LPhvenworthi Kan LOCAL 2$"ETW3. A Sure Thing. l)c. King' Syphilitic Kemedy is war ranted to cure Syphilis in the primary, sec ondary and tertiary stage, and in all it varied ai.d complicated form', and will cure the worst cjfes of veneral disease, cases which hare resisted the treatment of the most eminent phycicians of America. It cures the Cm stage and heals the ulcer in a few days. It cures ulcers in the mouth, noe, throat, ltead. arms and leg ; also, hard painx in the hones and joint, swelling of joint, pyphilitic rheumati'iu, e...

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. — 11 May 1876

jn-T -.- -- ' THE LEAVElVOKTtL WEEKLY TIMES : THURSDAY, MAY 11, 1870. .,.. I V r-rj . 1 ill f H I !Y )(' t - -' Cn TilUKfcD.VY. MAY 11. 1STC. Easiness is Basinets I-rotalheTrojCTirf.; " Xewpacr arc gradually butsurelj com ing 1owh to the l.uinei principle that tlier niu't have pa for their work, and that thcr, lite other trades and professions, ill or'k for thoc who par. Tnis tul.jttt In received a pood i-liare of tlitcUfMon hv t ,t UautM prcM raxntlv, originating out tue lottery eiuei-tion. Whin perrons in a t.iuinunity Mi to inaugurate a war ajaiiHt wliieky-fcllers er lotteries, or any otlur objectionable thing, their first move n to urge the local new?iaper to "go for them," "pitch into tLem," and "expose them." The newppajier jiitclie in, and has the privelege of fighting it out alone. He lo-a the patronage of the jicrfon engaged in the bu-imsut ifliicli he is lighting, and of .ill their jiartiiarn, where rhan he does not gain a cinglc dollar from the other eiile. N'i one pays u...

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. — 18 May 1876

BSL.-fjr TT rr- a tttt WORTH WEE TIMES ii2LCL V A'.- -45 Established 1H5. Vol. 21.-50 8. LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, 3IAY 18, 1876. f Conservative Established by I D. B. Anthonv, January 1861- j ' - Wltla Shims THURSDAY. MAY is. 1 870. G. A. E. Headqcaktepj Grad Armv of the 1 I Retcblic, "o. 920 Walnut j-tret, - I'liiUMiELriiiA, May 1, l7o. j ; General (Men Xo. 1 1. G.A.E- IlKAO-sXaUrEKS I'ldt MIOVAL llEI-alCTMKST Or I KjeN-as ti. A. It. ToP.Ki, Jlae S, ISTfi. j 1. The I'niTiafonal CommanJcr of the G. A . II. , for the llejiartuient of Kansas announces the follow, ins stall mpiinUuats: J. C. IValkinshaw, of the city of Leavenworth A A.O. A B. McCabe, of tl! city of Top. ti, A. . 1. Allium J. Ituihan, of Wyandotte, In-jjct-sor (ItoOPral John U. hearle, of Toj-l, AU-Je-Ciuiii. 2. AlIf'Uimunications IntenilM for headquarter will be aJrew-l to J C Walkinjhaw, LeaveD vorlli, Kjnvu. John Gctiiuik, 1'ror. CouiiniiiJcr. J. C Wjlkixiiaw, A A. G. lwit I people to their new homes and collec...

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. — 18 May 1876

WZZZSV mr'-S-?--.- .- .-' ' " - "fiT '- awrjvnC4! - -- " "--mnri llrrrrTTTlrTrnlY7tf1t'f-f'Jy'wr-'-t,-- - a-- m 3SJSC5a8ii a;-?lti".r.M.Mi THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, MAY 18. 1870. 1 n m i . tSttM&In Smuws THURSDAY, MAY 18, 1S"C. DISTEICT MEEIIHG. The voters of Kickapoo, Easton and Fort Leavenworth Representative District are requested to meet at tbe Junction School house, on Friday, the 10th of May, at 2 o'clock r. sl, to elect two delegates and tiro alternate to the State Convention at Topeka, to he held May 21. I!y order of the District Committee. C. Mo-uk, nill-w2t J. D. I-ickso.w EEHATOE X0BT0X We yield a large share of our space this morning to an able, faithful and interest ing review of the distinguished services in the U. S. Senate, of Hon. O. 1. Morton, of Indiana. The Democratic investigating committees have been onable to cast any xhadow upon his reputation, but the more he is inestigated, the purer his character is ( liown to le. These facts render the s...

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. — 18 May 1876

--- TTi T;,ti Til THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, MAY 18, 1876. nar, aiXMwtwwhi J- f . I. , . ' I' .4 I' THE TIMES. ("ESTABLISHED, I855J THE OLDEST. LAEGEST. CHEAPEST And Best Newspaper in Kansas. IkiiUr. -nrr Vrnr ... S5 Weekly, per Year.. . . . X 00 RATES OF ADVER.TIMAG i DAILY Tea cents per line, or oe dollar per square each insertion. WEEKLY Thirty cents per line, or three dollar f er square each insertion. Ddiveredln any part of the City, l.y Carrier, at 25 cents a week. TKCBTTTVTES. liVuvHiiwortlii Kim tki SIMMONS' LIVER REGULATOR, 1-or all licaea f ibs L'ver, fet.math and fp.et-n. After Fcriy Years trial t la t'll recti ii g the moil ungual ICea t4tiiu.oaUlsofiUTinues, fr m iimdi ol the bfg-eit chancer ard ref-ox-tIbiiity. Km I l fill pbjildans cutomcDd It ai It- incut beneficial II I fulbentlj a Family M-iici-. and by bring k-.r mJy lor IinuiedUlerrwtrt 11 rsve t-i.tjy an hourofB--ferina sud laany adullax la tlueaua VOCTOllH' ItlHLS. Your Keju'atcr ii one o! the Let ...

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. — 18 May 1876

vl K4 .- THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, MAY 18, 1876. MB iUcdtlsr .mi's THURSDAY, MAY 18, 1S76. A STBAKGE ETOBY- The Trouble a Mother's Spirit Made in Her SisUr's Fanlly-A Dying Bequest. rrom the t. Loai Gloix-Demouat. J In one of the most pleasant and aristo cratic localities of our city, a few evenings -o, bymnic nippo-ed to lie ?iiritual do ing, tlic lell about the Iioupc began to rics- Krst the front door bell, then the rrants ', then the kitchen, and then all the lells at once. The inmates watched first one and then another of the belU, but they always rang when they were not watchfng After guarding outdoors and in until ex hausted, and they had become extremely alarmed, the ringing stopped at 3:20 in the morning. The -errant girls gave notice that they would leave I'ext day, but to ruiet them, the gentleman of the house lold them that the disturbance was cau-ed only by elictricity, and he would have the liells fixed; and away he went tot.ee the iKll-hangers and have t...

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. — 25 May 1876

-ttrr k i -m 1 mmkmTnmTm i TTWrTSSiM w TriHTlfftfcSg , ,"1 ' "". ' " y THE LEAVE LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MAT 25. 1876. JSJttblisbed 1855. I VoL 2L JTo 9. J J Ccaservative Established by I D. B. Antioav, January 1861. WEEKLY TIMES 4 QSKttltlg 8Hius THURSDAY, MAY 33, 187C. SHALL STUTE BE FABDOSF.D! This is a question which has long been broached to the people by a good Christian woman. The lady is noted for her charity, generosity, and interest in all cases of need and injustice. She hag devoted herself to the helpless family of Stine, who is now in the Penitentiary. She has done all one woman can do to alleviate their distress and keep them above want. It is safe to ay that the family, under her charitable endeavors, has been in better condition than at any time during the past few years, un der the care of the husband and father. The family consists of a wife and eight little children. Without charity they must go naked and starve. Without charity they must become a prey upon...

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. — 25 May 1876

' rD3(ts3r3eSj5aisfrjs!?&ssffiiT?'i: --r - saoaimsns '1....R1. IBM liEAYENlVOIiTH WEEKLY TIMES; THURSDAY, MAY 25, IS76. v 3f WBttlklu SHinws THURSDAY, MAY 25, 1S76. DEC02ATI0S DAT. HEADQCAETEB DEPARTJIEST OF Til SIlSOCEI, AssuTAxr Adjctast Osseeal's Ornci, FOKT IXAVESWOKTH, KiSSAS, May, "t !$"! GtNEBlI. Ordeks.Ko. .. loonier that the ceremony d doraling the .oldim' graves on the ath instant maybe duly ob served by the military authorities I the Depart ment, all business at Department Headquarters, Depot, and at the Post ol Fort Learenworth, Kansas, other than the necessary military duty, will Le suspended on that day, and the officers and soldiers vo duty at Department Headquarters and in Learcn worth Ot j are requested to lend their pretence and aij in doing fitting honor to an occasion ao full of Mrrosrtol sympathy and interest. By command ot UrijadJer General rop: F IS I'LATT A. A. O. Capt. Tth U. b." Car. A. D. C. Official: JOHH 3. IHGALTJS. The Republican State Convention o...

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 May 1876

fl&&SiSstlllMZ HiHWiMW -Cw t- THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, MAY 25, 1876. J n v 'i i r y-' IMKS. x ESTASLISHSD, 1Sj. THE OLOrS?. LAKffJS?, GHSAPS? And Best Newspaper ia Kansas. Mailr, prr lr S5 OJ V.'eeklr. per leaf 1 SO RITES IF tOVEKTISIM7 i DAILY Ten cents per line, or one dollar per square each In ertion. WEEKLY Thirty trata per line, or Ihrre dollar per square each innrtion. THETIMBS, U ave nvor tli, Kari im.UlL.AZ SIMMONS' LIVER REGULATOR, For a!I Jltcies t h j L Ter, fitonituh xid -jucrn. Alter K,r.; ear. r tt t U im-if i. g htuo i unquftl tie. t bJ ouuls uf its rii um, lr in tiMjt oi ibe li g ct cxarac tr J -vi.Dtai.a. ty r-iii..fat p j. iics tvaintueul it as lf.e til lUiii Bdal It i ewIctn'T a Vsm Me-fieliie anrl by let'i; iejit i-df or ijuui-4li4ictMt w tl avu. .jAuLuuro slIT-m.l. aad iria; ftdo-ar ia duieauu DOCTORS' RILLS Tuurlluuawhtone o -fc t tft ilj rrjfvt... cta l err u -. 1 iatv io f I on- a J-r .r Uf taai lur tueJwi e u fi-- je c, ul lur jour fc-...

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