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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 25 May 1876

-...arwi. TgysiAirraiJtS - j3F5GWlS33ia:2a3WiCiP bl Tiiiii JuEAVENWORTH WiSEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, MAY 25, 1876. :, $imtn THURSDAY. MAY 2-3. 1S7G. The Cost of Pierage. There is no lady deserving of the name who could witness, without a feeling of hor ror, the process of prcparii;; for ue tLe feathered beauties which form such conrnc uotn ornaments in the timient stjle of v-o-inen's haU. J f tb.. who ear tuch orna ments knew the tortures to which the Iteiii-le-a little creature are subjected, and the heartlew cruelrj with which tlie business is carried on, they would ehrink from even in direct complicity in it. Of course the im jireaion prevails that all birds ued for jierxonal decoration are killed immediately when caucht and prepared in the ordinary way by taxidermists; but here is just where the mietake is made. The birds are taken alive, and, while living, the fkin is skillful ly stripped from their cjuiverin?, ghastly lKxlies. By this precede, it is claimed that the feathers retai...

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. — 1 June 1876

CTIMUtCH) sWsX tMQi &&mj30&3Bicmt&miiiZZiimm XTVJiSiSixF T p i'i 1 ?f.i c THTnPQ JL .1-. a rt , V,' 51 f3 K-J tf &JT. LEAVENTfOftTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 1. 1S7G. Caossrvativa ZitaMisied by D. H. Antioav, January f861- ESUbUShedv1855.lSo 10 rtS2E?TifcV " rHE'IiEAVENWQHTH" " WEEKLY ' I I. Stahlir Smuts THUItSDAY. JLW'K 1, 187C. TEE SIBGES WILL. And now liiere is a new sensation in con nection with the will of the late much-mar ried Singer. A will, of five years' later date that that which hxs lately been de puted, Iras just been discovered, in Eng land. It is alrfj ascertained that the Eng lish -widow was married to Singer under an assumed name, which renders the ceremony void undr the English law. The Stm nays: -Jn the contest of the will in De ivnilwr, Mr. Charles GConor was advisory counsel for Mrs. Isaliella Eugenia Singer, he last wife of Mr. Singer, now residing in England, and ex-Judge John K. Porter a-earcil as her counsel. Mr. J. (!. Carter represented ...

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. — 1 June 1876

"?L ..- " sa itWgyi,a5S WXZ, -. - " THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, JUNE 1, 1870. W&tthlji Sfimw THURSDAY, JUNE J, 1S7C. HEPUBLICiJI STATE C0K7E3II0S. A Del spate Convention of the Republicans of the State or Kansas will be bcM In Kei.rceenta tivc Hall. In the city of Toptts, on Wedatf .17, the KUi Jay ol Augnit. A. D. 1STC. at tie licur ot2P.il., for theparp of nominating canllWlcsrorlhe mllowlDjrofilcerJ. to-wit: Governor, I isntenast t?ovrnor, secretary oCSlaU , Auditor ofSIaU", Trtarartr of Stati-, Attorney General, Mipcri&UnJeutof l'uu'ie Initructlou, One Atuociate Justice ol tlic Smucme Court, 1'lve Presidential electors, ami A State Central Committee. All counties entitled to representation in the Hoase ofKepresentatives forl87C,acd no others, will be.ntitled to rcrrisentation in said con tention, as follows, to-wit: Two delegates from tea representative district. 1:1s re;ommended tht the primary meetings for the purpose of clectin? delegates to the State CoLr...

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. — 1 June 1876

r?- felm T-2&f--ri--7mrja.x, -rj-,-tj,:-:; aaaaa. P TH-.' liBAVENAVORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THTJRSDAT, JUNE 1, 1876. rJ til i fl ' . ? y If it n. THE TIMES. ESTABLISHED, 1855. THE OLDESF, LAFSrST. CHEAPEST And Best Newspaper in Kansas. Daily, p-r Year. ,, 6 00 Weekly, per l"w 1 OO Delivered In 107 part of the City, by Carrier, at 25 eer-ts a week. RATES OF ADVERTISING t DAILY Ten cents per line, or dollar per square each Insertion. WEEKLY Thirty centa per line, or three dollar T e)aare each Insertion. THE TJQxCES. Iuvti.wortli, Kun TAKE SIMMONS' LIVER REGULATOR, Fur dlM-ascs cf tb j L'Tert Stomuh atd rj,lu Afler Kcrty Years trial t is it'll rrt-mig ibf ruot uoqual Jtie t stiouUlsof its TirutMj( Ir m peiaona 01 tbe Mtfieit rtiarmc-er ar.d f-onibiut7 Eii.ii.ent pofaidai-s oumincad it a tne uiobt bco-LciaJ It ! emiceDtij a FamPy Mo-iclne. and by leing kept rd7 .or immediate rt-awt w.il FaTmuj .n houro! au-T.tti.jg, audxuan a dollar In tiineaua DOCTORS' HILLS. Ywir l.'c;u aior Ii one o' t...

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. — 1 June 1876

UiUJ.41i J." H mm , mi r ii ib. " "- M'WAX. .' T?tt.V3ij-i i ,mTi ..JLi'WAj,;! -'if, - ipS- .y,, 7 A-ZT?r:T!! TBJbi AiEAVENSVORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, JUXE 1, IS7G. o- r i i" - $. gfimss rHUKSDAY, JUNE 1, 1S7C. GENTILE EHTEEPSISE. Or How tte Youn,j Man Got Awy with tte Bishop's Danehter iron the fcalt lale Tribune. A hort timcf mcc, a jronng (.entile i.aiil attention to the daughter of a .Mormon Jus hot. at FranLIin, but was warnc.l away, l.i r , c'-cn threatened ly the IJantlc lanu. not to 1m; reared no AL vourcrimii was li, a tlie ?irl was willing, ana unJ tiityr concluded to gut married', ind their troubles anil FpUc the old man. -Out who would do the Fjilicing, wan the iuction. Tney couldn't find any one in Franklin willing to undertake the task, rolhe yours nan remembered an old bifhop in a Btake of Zion this fide of Franklin, and to him lie would appeal. First arming himself null a certiucate in the sh-ir of a 1-ottle I gtuxi old whiky, for wluch he knew the bishop had a we...

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. — 8 June 1876

Si!V wuuaj Hi r TH AVENWORT TrnmTT TIMES t-4 . M . JUJL Established 1835. . ,, l Vol. 21.-S0 11. J IiEAYENWOKTH, KANSAS THURSDAY, JUNE 8. 187G. f Couervative Establish ad by I D. B. Antionv, Jansary 1861. T7 H W B , 1 3 -iJL ba LJ JU ft. Sofrrltl) Stimw THURSDAY, JCXE S. 187G. BEPUBLICAS STATE CONVEHTIOH. ADd-gite 'onvtntion of the Bepnblicans of the State of sTans a will b iM In Iiepre-enta-tire Uall fn the ci'r f Icp-ka, 00 Wednes day, the 18 h day of Atwn-t. A D 16TG l V e ts.urit 2 1'. M., fjr th- p rpose o: onvnaticg candidate for the fuliowUiroClcer', lo-srit: Governor. 1.1 ut nact oeeroor. Secretary of State. Auditor ofMa'e, Trea'orer c f ata'e, Altoin y O n ral. Superintendent of Tub le. Instruc'iOD, One Associate Jaiti-eo tbe Supieine Court, Five PreJul n il e ec'ora, aud A State Central Committee All counliea enl.lleil to ie r-Mr.tatlon In the ilujae o Usprefcen aliv a for 17C, ana no others, will be nutlel to re, res?laii'.jn in sad oin-lenll-in, as lotows, t i-wit: Two d...

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. — 8 June 1876

iV3" V-VJT, awsgjfe W-- Zjjglss&isaxxeivvr'- - n ) -t i u ! i I ! ! 3'i 1 THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 1876. ' J u minHir SfimM THCKPDAY, JU-N'E 8, 1S76. "" THE V. E. CIECTJ1T COUST-FEas-, The U. S. Circuit Court, now Fitting in tL-J city, is a tribunal of mnch more than ordinary importance, ii recognized by the bar and the i-nWic as one of the ablest in the whole country, and hi decisions rank a' legal precedent but little below those of the Supreme Court. The full bench ron'ista of Justice .Miller, of the su preme eat; Judge Dillon, of the U. S. I "ircnit Court, and Judge Foster, of the U. H. J)istrict Court prcentiu;; an average of leal talent and cxiericncc bat rarely f nulled in any court of the present day. Large nnmbcra of prominent attorneys from various parts of Kangai and Missouri, are drawn hither by the eion of the court, and it rarely falls to tiie lot of an American citizen to witness a finerarray of legal talent than id to be found at the pres e...

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. — 8 June 1876

" U? 'S.JffiKSSS?' -'"Jcojjjum-ji ZJrrtrr 'rt THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 1876. V . ES7A3LISHED. ;3S5. THE OLD'S?. UiGSf. CHAFES? 4 And Best Newspaper in Kansas. Vail,, per Year SJ6 00 Weekly, per Vr.ir . . . ,, 1 0J RATES OF ADVKItTIs.I.G I DAILY Ten cents per line, or one dollar per square eack Insertion. WEEKLY Tbirt y cents per line, or three dollar per square each ins-rtion. TSZEJ TJIMISS. Iavnworlh TCnti a : MEDICAL da People's 2eredy. Tho UaiTenil Pan Eztractsr. Kote: ask for ?CI7D'S ZZT2ACT. Take no other. " Hear, for I will aoculc ol escclicvit ililrtfra.'' POaO'2 EITkACT -The greet Vegetable Tala lics-rayer. Hs been In. n over thlrry year, and fvcltniiepa mdproxzpt ccr live vt-tas cnnot !s t set lrsj. CKILOPEr' .- rjirlIcsua3o!dtoLewr.fccct l-ond' Z Ttrare. Aeciilests, Cruises, Cuiidm-ti, f mv. Sprains, r relieved ilaosl Instan'lr by 1 j. .rr .1 appl'-stlic ITonr-tly r-1ae$ jn'nso- Uurr-j, s-rnldi, Pxrariution., U-nOrc. Old s-o-.si, .ilGlle, Z clons, Lo...

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. — 8 June 1876

:r- ,-i?rJ I Tiiii: LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY JUNE 8, 1876. a a i i ti , m m H 1 W&uhlji Stanus TIIUjISD.Vi, JUXE 8, 1S7C. Tiroagli by YTater. &tlsn lias a reputation for alwajs be nevolently fnrnifliicg cmpIoTment for par tic who are out of a job. The Hon. 15. F. Fcrri?, of Oatlaml, Cal., having Eerveil Iiia .State as a Judge and hi") city an a Mayor, and having accumulated considerable prop ertv in California since 1850 by a life of iniustrr, was chosen president of the First .National Gold Iiink of Oakland, and cn- 'ST "rtvely in its management. Some i,x months ago, however, being impelled by a desire for ease after a life of bard labor, be Fold out his interest in the bank for a rool hundred thousand dollars. And then Ms money and hia hands were idle, but Sa tan, as aforesaid, generously found employ ment for both. Ferris was restlcs3 in idle ness, and went into etcck Fpeculation. Stock simulation in California is the wild est kind of gambling, and the Judge' hu...

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. — 15 June 1876

'lyrr-.vs.-r-f SJiia- . MtlrfJ.W.W 2 AYENWORTH WEEKLY T TIMES THE LEAVENWOJRTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 15. 1876. Conservative Established by I D. E. Anthony, January 1861- Established 1855. , ,. I LE 4 " Wukte ftimti THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 187C. BZFUBLICAK COHTEHTIOH-FIRST COH GRES 10!UL DISTRICT The Kepub leans of the First Congressional Dis. net In harass, 1 bold m de ejate convention In Abilene on Thursday, the Slt day of August. X8T, at 10 o'clock A Si . for the purpose of nominating a candidate for Congress. bald Conrentloo sliall be comijsl o two dele gates from each BepraenUtlre District entlt ed to representation In the Irgtslature. No proxies will be admitted therefore two alternate must be elected In earn district Primary meetinga for the election of said delegates and alternates, will l held on Saturday, August 2Cth, 187G. l!jr order of Commit "ee. V. K. A-Tiioav, I". '' Vivaix, Secretary. CUalrman THE TIKES. For the Campaign -Until Dseember 1, 187G- TaEK PosT4iz rearaiu: HAI...

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. — 15 June 1876

-- ----? ftEcCa . f "fr 1. w jg-l?i ' ', f THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 1876. tUttltla gfimes THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 1S7G. EUOtTEAGISG Tlie steadily and rapidly i-creiiiig cir culation of The Times beam witness to tbe fact that a good paper, furnihed at popular lrice3 is sure of cucors. Oa tbe first of January lat, on purchasing the Commercial, which gave us a monoiwly of the newspaper field in Leavenworth, v,e determined ujion a general reduc tion of prices to tbe lowest living rates prices lower than had ever been established before br any respectable paper in the city. This, of course", was contrary to the policy usually pursued under such circumstances. The customary way, upon obtaining a no- nojuly in any buainew, i. lo put up the prices, but we regarded such a course as a mistaken one, and were satisfied that the greater profit was to be realized in putting the figures down, rather than up. So believing, we acted ac cordingly, and our exjierince in a little mor...

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. — 15 June 1876

S,.:5K-e-----?-S-Egs? LtesSSKSja --. ,T.. .T------3CL'- THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THTTRSDA?, JUNE 15, 1876. SgraftafeaSaaS: I S i P i J? K ' THIC rJlMES. ESTABLISHED, 1855. THE OLDESr, LABGrST, CHEAPEST And Best Newspaper in Kansas. Dmitri per Tear . S 00 Weekly, per I'm 1 00 Ddiiertd in any part of the at j, by Carrier, at 25 ecnta a week. RATES OF ARVnRTISI.VC t DAILY Ten centa per line, or one dollar per pquareeack insertion. WEEKLY Thirty centa per lint, or three dollar per square acb insertion. IBTnnworth, Kan MEDICAL. Tha Peeple's Scredy. The Traversal Pain Extractor. 2fote: askforPClTD'SEZTEAC?. Take no other. " near, for I will aoeaJc of excellscS tliinrra." PCIO'S mSACT-TLecnsitTrTctablcrnla llearrwyrr. Uaa bn in 112 orcr thirty 3 ear, acd fhr clcard .nets end prompt cra tire Tlrtaes cannot be excelled. CHIIMH.t0 family can 3o!d to he without J'ond'a Extract. Accidents, Brn!e. Cactucton, Culx, Sprains, are reli-ved jtnost Instsmly bjr cxterni! application. j'ronrUy reli...

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. — 15 June 1876

'Jrs-lwWwsPT'!w; AT' VT'l wiK&u: i-StCMl S&afecaasesMxsft IWWIfflW x.;fcj-assii V gV THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, JUNE 15. 1876. SKtcMtt SJintcs THURSDAY, JUXE 15, 1S7C. Looking for the Mains Buildisff. (PMiaJelidda Correspondence ot the Sew York Times J Yesterday afternoon, standing near the principal entrance to Fairmount Park, I noticed a. tall, raw-boned 'ew Englander, who had jest made his vray through the turnstile, and who- stood in evident amaze ment looting at the great buildings about him, and staring in cien-mouthed wonder at the immense crowds that thronged the avenues. He was a young man, evidently ji:t fresh from tome interior village. lie was naturally no fool, but it could be plain ly teen that he knew next to nothing of ineii or of the world, ami that hi visit to the world's fair was the crow nine event in his quiet life. He had hU best clothe on, "store clothe" I suppose he would have called them, and in hi hand he carried a new and shining black...

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. — 22 June 1876

UjjJ-;' .-jyjt-al.''.J nr&-t "... - fENWO WEEKLY LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JIJNE 22, 1876. I &uMi.dMM.WB 13J I Cqssorvativs EjtaMijhed by i D. B. Anthony, January 1S31- TTT hi LEA i JKJLJlI TIMES f u V i r R , WtMi Shims THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 18V6. CINCINNATI. First, Second and Third Proceedings Day's Or the Great Republican Nomina ting Conventiou. AND HIS NAME IS HAYES! Nominated on the .Seventh Hal lo t. WM. A. WHEELER For Vice-President. FIRST DAY'S PROCEEDINGS. THE (1RAND ASjEMBLAOK. Cincinnati, O, June 1-i. The sixth Na tional Convention of the Republican parly met at noon to-day. The attendance is greater than that at any previous gather ing of the party. It embraces the tao-4 noted men in its ranks, who either sat Uon the ll'jor as delegates or an the guest of If. nor iion the raised platform in rear of the presiding officer, to those: who had intended llit-convention held four years ago in Philadelphia. The colored delegates who are present, caused some surprise; a...

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. — 22 June 1876

SAiiLtJlajfi: itii..r,v 3CU. !j.3&JJ- r k- THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1876. I: Q? -"w)-vv -f - f"-' ' i) (i i. r ? It i it ii i) l lit fi tZAiwl-HMU l-lMl.. THURSDAY, JUNE 1S7C. SATIOHAL REPUBLICAN TICKEr- l"r rrekliltiil, RUTHERFORD B. HAYES, Of Ohio. rr Vlce-rreaiileiil, WILLIAM A. WHEELER, CM Sew York. EUTHEBFORD B. HAYE3 Another Keimblican uliainittialion w:: asurcsl to tlie country, lat I'rida, hy t!.e nomination of Go eruor J f ayes to I the pucces'sor of President Grant. Like the man he 19 to succeed, he has never knovn defeat, and hia name ia the cynonym of victory. There is not another man, of all the large numher cf good men fiugj-cled or Drought before the Convention, whose selection would have cast puch a damjier ujion the hora of tlie Itemocracy a the nomination of Governor Haye?. Whatever may liave been said for or against any other aspirant it wan admitted upon all hands that Hayes was the etronj-est man in the party. While radical enough for...

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. — 22 June 1876

--J--rSe E'- 'y.'.-ffi-' "5siffgggjBSsawftsjcas rariVT-JtaTAT. THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1876. sir h v - -" . THE TIMES. ESTABLISHED, IS55. THE OLDEST, LARGEST, CHEAPESr And Best Newspaper in Kansas. Daily, per Tear . C 00 . Wrtllt. prr Year , , , 1 00 Dillvertd in say part of the Cty, by Carrier, at S5 cents a week. RATES OF ADVERTIMNG t DAILY Ten cents per line, or one dollar per square eatl. in-erlion. WEEKLY Thirty -tents per line, or three dollar I"T square each ItiMrtjon. TH3 a?jnsnss. LiaTnworthi Itura 'I'HH VTT.T PONTES CURES 2J "w - mM'tffttt HC3nIIBET8 I103IE0PAUII0 SPECIFICS Been la crnrrnl pacfnrtwi-tTTesu- KTrrrwfcrrr prord me niot k IFlU nutrtclai- known. Tjttry are Jut -samt. tlicpftplrwniil, saving tlmf una monTy at rrtlnc lcknr and wuirrnnar. Karft KlaglB pwlltc the well tried pixncrlp" tlaaoisaemsncntiibjsiclaii. 2;- i Curra, Coat-. 1. Trvm, C--igrstion,Tiift--a-aai;---, . . Si 2. W nn, Worm Fever. V.'orm Cube. . . IS :. Cryliu--Colle,orTeetl...

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. — 22 June 1876

buK.k si : THE LEAVENWORTH WJffiEfcXT TIMES: THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1876. Wiuhh Shims TUUKSDAY. JUXE 22, 1S7C. CROOKED CARL. A Man Marries a Widow in Germany, and Elopes with Her Daugh ter. He Comes to this Country and Settles Hear this City where he Lives in Contentment, Until Hunted Down and Confronted by the Wife whom He had Deserted. Away in the far distant city of Berlin, the noble capital of I'rovJa, there lived in the year 1SOG, not many squares from tha OcMon iaih a young man about 35 years ot age, who had just started out uton the voy age of life, as a merchant's clerk. The name of this youns man was Carl Julius Schulz. By patient industry and jiersevcr mce, he had so tar worked himeslf u; in the esteem of his employers and associate., that he was legarded as a rising young man, who would Nmc day make his mark in the business as well as social world. He did i, as the ferjuel will show. He while altendins; the many pleasant parties rivtn by his friend3, became acquainted with a ...

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. — 29 June 1876

r!s I m THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES X Established. 1855. I Vol. 2L Ho 14. f LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 29. 187G. f Co,?Hr;tiT,? Established by I D. 8. Aataonv January 1861 !( I ;J -J. :t N i M v. i i lr 1 K --. ' Hfedslir inus THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 187C. THE BT711HESS OUTLOOK. The llarlfonl Gmrant says the trunk railway lines are reported to be doing a large business. The year's crop van large, and there is a Letter than ordinary market lor it abroad, aid there if, too, a competi tion that lias jumped t" traces of combina tion. Such being the caw, it is natural that there should be activity on thoe lines. But turn from them to the other railroad, and it if cafe to say that the moat of them are feeling a very perceptible decline in the amount of business. This is certainly true of some, and may t assumed of the rest. It in not hard to account for. We have definitely contracted our business. It is no longer "we mut contract and plan lean extravagantly;" it i "we have contracted...

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. — 29 June 1876

-y V-? AiciSaSiS--i3P55 THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, JUKE 1 29, 1876. ' A beneficent Sunday in our countrj- re treat interrupted our biglit-reeing ; a Sun day of rural tceaca and sounds, -Then the traina forbore to chuckle to and fro on the Pennsylvania railroad in exultation at lVniwrlranian roc-iei-ity, and the rich landeca-ie tlirobled under the gathering heat. The meiduw-lark Fang everywhere; the redbirj'a voice was mellow in the dene woods; tte masces of the dogood blov Komg whitened through all the heavy fo liage. It W3 a land of blwoan and of waving gras.-, and a drive over the country roads in the afternoon, ran thriving farina and thrifty village?, showed it a land of isabbath-fceej.ing, beet clothes, clean fices neat hair and domestic peace on innumera !! front etep and porches, where children Fav with their elder, and young girU feigned to read books while they waned for the young men who were to coine later. Mondav was hot, and abated our zeal for tiie 1'hilad...

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. — 29 June 1876

mt SllM-ji"Lp--S(s ; -ri5 THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 1876. f'i i. i it J c MEDICAL. ftwV.a,Vl UA9AXS1 AVJCTwVivC mmmaw Tlie Tesvle's Eesedy. The Universal Pain .Extractor. If ote : ask for POITD'S EZTEACT. Take no other. "ITor, for I xn II cseolc of xcUet tlilBRm." FOII'S BmUtT-Tbe great Vea-ctable Pais DearraTrr. Has been In use over thirty yeara, and for clesnLne. and pronpt can. tire virtues cannot be excelled. CK'lOllp. No family can afford to be witrjrjt i'oda Extract. Accident, Braise, Contaadens, fats, fcpralaa, are relieved almost instantly by external application. sTomptly relieves pains or llurrp, recall!, Kacorlntlan, t ImSnais Old Man s, jletl., f-clooH, CeniN, etc Arm-ta lr Suuation, reduces swellings, tor a b'ccditir, removes di.eci-n-a!onand heals rao'drr. fWAlE WEAUESSES.-It always rellerespam la ine baric aodloms,fu!lneBs aadpreasuizpain 1nth. hesd.nausca, vertigo. H UneORRHCA it lias no eocjO. An Llnds cf nl. cerailnaa to which li&es are n...

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