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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 2 November 1876

y-wtfij-- J THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES : THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 3876. LW i::t .V" tf If ;r. i , u K," !' Jh, i . m & f-i si tfl I.' t' kA v& J M l ; Tri iv. j i I-. V 5 ad Hi h 1 ! 1 i i i K g 8 fe ;n "EStoMir SHnus FORSiGN. THURSDAY, XOVEMBEB 2, 1S7C. MISFORTUNES, ETC. An Infernal Machine Explodes In a Baggage Car on the Pennsyl vania Railroad. Three Ministers, Near Little Rock, Ark., Mistaken for U. S. Marshals, and ShoN EHOT DEAD. IlAKTroiai, Conn., October 28. Deputj Sheriff Woodward, with two constable?', at- tempted to arreet a derperado named John Donovan to-day for beating his wife. Don ovan plunged a knife into the bowels of Constable Trice, when the SherifThot Don oran dead. as israiSAJ. MicnixE. Ivew York, October 2S. An infernal machine of some kind, enclosed in a flim sy Saratoga trunk, exploded in the baggage car of the express train from Philadelphia to Xew York OTer the Pennsylvania Kail road last evening. The trunk was fortu nately on top of the pile of bag...

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 November 1876

s"rmn m THE LEAVENWORT WEEKLY TIMES r LEAYEWORTH, KANSAS. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9. 1876. Istabllsheu', 1855. ,, , Vol. 22. So. 31. 1 f Carusrvative Established by I D. B. Anthoav January, i SGI ?af.ffi-W jjmg-s'VLj-'.ra j r 1 ' f if. t ) r . T V R .V WBuM gjiimts THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 9, 1876. The term of Vice-President Ferry, of Michigan, as U. S. Senator expires on the third of March. Judge McAllisizr who pr.fi Jed at the Chicago Sullivan's trial, is in great trouble. The merchants of the city have signed a petition requesting him to resign and have appointed a committee to present it to his Honor. Of course, he will not comply with the request, bnt hie refusal will only make the fight hotter. The Chicago Tribune, Journal, Inter Ocean and JW oppose McAl lister, and he is supported by the lira's in his decisions. s s Tire programme of the closing exercises ol the Centennial exhibition on the 10th of this month is still in the hands cf the com mittee. They have, however, decided that on t...

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 November 1876

l-i m .-..w,.. tom wi p-,sgfjy,.v -y -xjf?gt Y f vy?V' yq-p flt-rST" ' f THE LEAVEifWORTH WEEKLY TIMES : THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1876. v EH -v Wwlilg Sww&s TIIUK5DA.Y. NOVEMEEE 9, IS7J. Tin: i:esl'x.t. TliongU the result of Tueedsy' election is -till in doubt, the returns here s. decM edl belter appc-arar.ee. Tlie iadicauci-s are at tills writing 1 A. it , that Tlorida tud Louisiana have fcoih one for Hayes ; there, with Oregon aad Nevada, give Hates a majority of one vote in tlic electoral ccl L"SeT The coulee! is very close, and it mav lite the official count in mine of tlie doubt ful States to decide it. Gov. Haves was ffrenaded at hia residence l.-t night, hut thought congratulations were yet prema ture. Tiie best id vices at this time, how -ever, reein to eUow that lie hai carried states enough to elect liini, bat the best thins for all parties to do at present U to tate the advice of Gov. Haves, and wait a while. imv.i:i(.;iT i.Yixt:. Leavexwohth, November 7. The Crt ward, t...

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 November 1876

''V" THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9 187'9 r- r i ii, i I :1 r f; r ? i m Z THE TIMES (ESTABLISHED, 1855.; T3K OLDEST, LAHSESr, CHEAPEST, Au Be&t Newspaptr in Kansas. Daily, per Vamr. JC OO Woolly, par "Xx 1 OO Deliverw n n par. cf the City, by Currier, at 5 c nu a week RATtS OF ADVXRTIiI!a: DAILY Ten unti per line, or cne dollar per square, each insertion. WEEKLY Thirty cents per line, ortlirc dol lar per square, each insertion. TatUS TIMES, IaraHWortk. Kaau AN ADDRESS TO THE SICK. Do 70a want to purify the srtta t Do you nit . ru of diliciuaoees? iHi joa wtut m u thLig-to atrentnen vou? Do you wnt a rood appetite? Do ou wi i to get rid 4I nervousness? ")jou wan' roou.ng at 101 1 Tli 1 .lit Vim ii .V... . ..in - .IV n .u. W B. WJ, ..f I Dyouwan ui build upjuur const llu'lon? I Do you want a b.Uaaod Tizoioa(ecUac?l tv 80 11 vou tin I " . '. Election Return. B?ljw we give the partially completed re: unit, from the city and countjr : FISST WARD. Hsyes,365; Tilde...

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 November 1876

Tf Sm (M'jjwoatiiiaMJaswfjc: jt- THE IiEAVEKWORTH WEEKLY TIMES : THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1876. 9E3ESBSaeS Sr m r m "V ex a Mmx mm THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 9, lbTC. ,K ISPA-IOUS SLASBH: ZETUriU). Eon. H. S. Gic-ics, Eer-crtsr of Court of Ap - peals of Sew Tort, poa-Te Adjutant General of Hew Torlc gives the Lie to George T. ."sia- Soldiers 3e! Two sree.s ago the Republicans of Lcav crrworth JEEUcd an -ddms to the voters ol Kaua?, of which the followi-g certificate formed a part : WHAT TIIE S3LDIEE3 WHO EEEVED IS THE HATTTEY THWK OF (JICKGE T. AKTHOST. The following list embraces the names of the members of the 17th X. Y. liattery in Medina and Shelby Center, ". Y. Only three members of that Battery declined to i-ign: SlLELEY Cektee, X. Y., "I Oct. 2nd, 1S7C. J TLc undersigned, members cf the 17th New York Lattery, served under Cap!. Geo. T. Anthony nearly three years : The battery, for nearly two years, laid at or tear the City of 'Washington. Ilia char acter, from our observation during our...

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 November 1876

mrn'miM-mm THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKL17 T LEAVENWORTH. KANSAS. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16. 1876. Established, 1854. ,, Conservative Established by D. . Antaonv January, l TIMES rl. kr tv , lik IV I LVJ l BmIIi tnws THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1876. THE TUBES THE TBL'TH. Though the result of the Presidential election msy be still involved in doubt, the steadily increasing prosperity of Th Times is an mured fact. It does not teat it claims to public suppoit upon any partisan basis, but achieves success by dea rving it. Nobody is asked to subscribe for the paper on any other ground than that of business. It desires no man to "take it for the pur pose of helping it along," or to "assist the cause," or on any other charitable account, but asks the patronage of the public solely on the ground that it gives the people "value received" for what tbej pay, and no man is expected to take it for a day longer than he thinks he is receiving a full equivalent for his money This is the only independent foundation...

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 November 1876

THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES : THURSDAY. NOVEMBER" 16T 1876. r 14 i I If tSttM&Ifi imsa THURSDAY, 'OVEMBEr. 1C.1S7C. t-oi- -Mix-H'S- Hon. W. A. I'iiillips is N-electl to C jn Breiw in this Di-trict by a majority which, we judge from pre:nt imlicationp, is larger than that giren him two year ago. Thin is an endorsement of the cour?e pursued by The Times which is high'.y gratifying to n. It is an endorsement, emphatic and unmistakable, of our course at the Abilene Convention, and a condemnation of the miserable conduct of those who did such outrageous lying about us at that time. It is an endorsement of the official conduct ol Yit. Phillip?, Fuch as that gentleman has reason to regard as very satisfactory. He has been opposed by oae of the most popu lar men in the Democrat!? party, and has labored under the disadvantage of being obliged to run on the ticket with a guber natorial candidate who had to be "pulled through" at every precinct in the District; ret notwithstanding thtfe f...

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 November 1876

- THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1876. r ;iteajyyg.3yagjjiCTfBaafc)M i - la? ' '.ti '' !l r i! l. c I r .1 -t" l V li -,. o 1 1 I ' IV( L It I j . up- B ft TEE TIMES. (ESTABLISHED, 1855.) THE OLDEST, LABGESF CHEAPEST, Aid Best Newspaper In Kansas. DiUt, war Tear.- -S6 0O -100 'Weakly. per Year Delivered In u' pert of the City, by Canier, at 23 cent week. KATES OF ADVEKTISIITQ: DAILY Ten cent pr line, or one .dollar per .square, each iaseruon. WKEKLT Thirty cenU per line, or three dol lar per a, are, each insertion. Tjais TIMES. XeaTenworta. AN ADDRESS TO THE SICK. Do yon want to purify the arate-n? Do you w.nt t get rid of diliousneet? in yon want sons thing to strengthen vou? Do yon want a rood appetite? Do vou wa it to get rid tf nrroasnee? Do you want good dig atlon? Do jou wm to eb-ep Wil? D you wan to bulla ujj our constitution? Do you want a b.Uk. ana vigoio-s feell-ir II you do, TAKE SIMMONS' LIVJER. EKGULAT' I. PCItELY VEGETABLE. la harmless, IsnudiatUc...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 16 November 1876

c3..--- f - -j -,"ij . : ?& . THE IilBiAVNWdRTH WEEKEY TIMES; THURSDAY. NO ViffiBEB 16, .1876. n ft. J l 14 Wittkhg imss THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1S7C. CROOK'S 1VIVTKR CA31IMIX- Man- the Sioux nrc Kcin? IIariiicl ami rnhornil-n. J-nrainle Corrcv jinndrncc ol llir S"c YorU ircrnll. Kelt elajr I left the train ami went for ward with a ecout who arrived at our camp during the nig lit, to as to t in the more epcedily to Red Cloud. About twenty t miles from Runnicj; ater, jn the narrow est and most dangerous portion of White i River canyon, we spied an ambulance ap proaching, in which two men were seated. AVe suppoi-ed these were officers, but no es cort was in eight. A3 the ambulance drew up we saw that it contained Gen. Crook and Col. Merritt, ol the Fifth cavalry. The General wors an old threadbare military coat with a far collar over a vtry plain Fuit of gray cloth, and had on a pair of brown overall Ecch as teamsters wear. When I had presented my credentials and told him where I w...

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 November 1876

LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES X atsUUleH8oi522.-2ro.S2. LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1876. Caaservativs Established by l D. B. Anthony Jan.irr, 1861 THE y " Tv .. r- 1? Wnil f&'mts THURSDAY NOVEMBER 23, 187C. it.ooo, Below we give the figure to show the number of Tote that George T. ran behind his ticket, in the several counties of the State, as near u it can be at present ascer tained. Nearly all of these reports are from the official canvats. Several of the counties published Yesterday morning as "reported" have eince been heard from officially and the result is an increase in the " shortage" of about two hundred votes. All the reports of counties this morning except five or six are from the official re ports; the official canvass in the remaining counties will raise the total to about 17,500. hich may now be safely set down as the number that George T. runs behind in the State : 17,351 AXOTIim OF THE KOTTO.V COM MOXWEATHT L,II. As we have before sUtetl this is about...

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 November 1876

,. itriy'fXr ?". T. -" -3f5 -J"-.--, THE liEAVEKWORTH WEEJKLY TiiflS ; THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 231876. "v --. .- oSJtelilg iwgg TnUUDiY, XOVEMBEP. 23, 167C. THauUsKllus Proclamation. Tom v arto jear wcluve been area tomcd to je m our dal v pursuit nd set rt nine to rtliai bio Utuigu jGud for speua liejo-lrgs he hi vonchsaf 1 10 us, with oar prayers fur a c-.nUnuH.re he.eof . . e hate at tan "mrequal n-asimoLe ihanilul lorhu coaunnei pnnu"( V..i '.-.r ll. ninr mil.-.Ial UeSslBZS which UU oountv has b uosred. In addition to these fTors accorded to us as Individ oats, we hare especial oc casion .o express our heirty thanks to .almightr God that, br his providence and piidance, our government, established a century a, has t-eei JWed to fulfill tbe purpese of its founders, in of JerinanasTlumtotbepe3peoI every race, eocur-Im-ctri and reds ous ttwrty lo al within its bor .lcaudlnetias toeveiy individual alike Justice nti-I equally befo.e the la. It s rocreo.er, es iwdiliy ourduty looa" r ur hu...

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 November 1876

tf - r SUA MUtwtn i THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, XOYEMBflR 23. 1876. THE TIMES. (ESTABLISHED, 1855.) THE OLDEST, URGES? CHEAPEST, Aid Bert Newspajur la Kama. Dailr, mer Tor. 6 OO - 1UO 'Wswafclv. mr Taar- Delivered iu any P" ' a"' b C"rier' Bt 2 cents week. RATiS OF AOVERTISIHO: DAILY-Ten cent per line, or one.dollir per senare, each insertion. WEEKLY Thirty oenU per line, or three dol lar! per square, each intertion. THE TIMiES- AN ADDRESS TO THE SICK. ,n.iuii luluto atrenatnenyou? jjojoAWautaroodaipeiiu-T 1 jou wa it to let rid of nervousnessr ix too waa: Rood dig siloii? Dojou wnltjl-e(i Weil? Do you wan wba.llupjonrcoutim'lcn? Do you want a b.laX ana vigoioj feeling? 11 jou (So, TAKE simmoins9 LIVER PCRELY VEGETABLE. lsharrnle, Isnudrai IcTinle'tme cine, 1 ure t cure it taken regal rly, lm au laloxiOLUug be,er.e, li a laultie r Iamil7 medicine 1 ti.ccli- rMl medicine in the world, Is given ir Ik ialet ibe ha p.es nsalts tl .1.. ....at .! .la. imam. Doesiotinieti.re ml...

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 November 1876

j:;1-. " j.li'g uj1 '-.' i Hi''-J.v.manm.na' A M'V ? ." THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TMeS : lTJRStXA; Nf),VEMBElir 3 176. Tr-iramuB&TT 33KEB3S1 2TSCJ , - "ae'i, --i" 53saS"33 3ra .3 N J ,i ( ' SSBttltlffi imgg TUCRSO, XOVEMr.SE.23. 'C.6. -?l IIEN.' How llio JlroUerV ClrrhH IleM-nnte lhe IVinale Moclt-Opcrnlors. (Sin Francisco rt.l "Alndliens" is the euphonious and rather peculiar epithet applied by the broken.' clerks to that class of females that engage in the fascinating but uncertain game of Ftock speculations. The average "mudhen" is middle-aged, rather stout in person, as voluble in conversation as a stump-speaker and poveased of an inordinate desire to become a "stock-sharp." She lias a -wonderful amount of gosaip and "dead-sure joints" to communicate, and is by no means unwilling to reveal all she knows to any one who is mpposed to have informa tion relative to anv stock, and in return can give her a lOint. The gentle creatures are continually on the scent for this kind of know...

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 November 1876

AVENWO LPL, TIM 12AUJ StaMW,rf'V,Sai2.-5..4.! LEAVE NWOHTH. KANSAS. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1876. JCoa'srvativt ifshedbr I B. I?. Antat jBuary, fSCl THE I Jr XJJ2i W ES IjLxjuL jt H 4 A ' Multlffi (OWia THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1S76. IT TE1XS THE TBCTII. The Leavenworth Times supres-ed that portion of a dispatch sent from Topeka night before last, which gave the oflicial vote of the Stale, showing that Anthony re ceived 9,175 less than Hayes and 8,230 Ies than Cavanaugh. It published the dispatch as tent with the above exception, r.d men editorially says that we have to acknow ledge that Anthony run 17,000 behind his ticket. We believe that the editor ot that paper in hia ejieech at Topeka fay he never printed anything but the truth! Rotten Oommonvcealih. Our invariable rale is to print nothing in The Times but the truth. We wti.t the people of Kansas to hum that when they read a statement in the columns of this paper thsy can believe it When we discover one of Biker lies in a Topeka 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. — 30 November 1876

ti3'5S'isR-i?i aji saai. -atse-ii ime-i THE LEAVENWORTH ' WEEKLY TIMES : THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 30. 1876. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER CO, 1S76. TbankecIvInK rroclainaUon. Troa year to year wehaTe hm " J? pause In our dal.y pursuits .nd set .part H2dS Ssr Uwu to Alilgniy od for Pg' hebu TonchHlal to us. wlta oar PT2L5 contiunanae .hereof we have at thia '!"e,2r rS-anlobe thanslul lorhia eouttoo. 1 P? ami for the many mete.Ial U"aSl1"' ."""-T. tVhiSoVsd. .Jn ttoJ' ..ceo drt too.todiT,ru., .. W- "2gL: ZXJVn uriam to tie wjpleof every race, seeur- Si wualltr tetore the lar. It is, moreover, es Sdauy our doty to ollir our humble prayer, u. the iZtber if all merdei for the continuance of bit divine IiTor to u as a cation and as Individuals. Br reason of all thse consJJeratlom. I, Ulysses u .. pmUmi nf t hm United fetate. do rec- mniend the people of the L'nlted States to devote the h day ol November licit to the expression ot .U.I. ...... A tm.... In AlmlfhtT Ood. SlHl t' aalalMSag SBU net J .m - a - ...

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 November 1876

THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30. 1876. v rf y r' !?EE TIMES (ESTABLISHED, 1855.) SEE OLDEST, LABGESr CHEAPEST, Aa. Best Newspaper in Kansas, -S6 0O XtaUr, per Yer. "WeeUy. per Year 100 Delivered in u; rrt of the City, by Carrier, at Scittt week. RATS or -UDVERTISISCi DAILY Ten cent per line, or oncjlollar per squari , each lnertion. rUCEE-V-Thlrty cent per line, or three -ol- ljirs per t , aire, etch Insertion. THE TIIMES. eaTeawora. Ku. AN ADDRESS TO THE SICK. Do vou want to purify the ayttet.? Do you wjnt t jget rid or tfiliousnetat lj you want soai thing to strengthen you? Jo you want a rood appetite Do you wait to cetrid of nervousne.; lo you aat rood dig eilot.? Do j ou want t hep Weil? Do you wan lu build upyour constitution? Do you want a b.i.t ana rigoioje feeling? 11 you do, TAKE LIVER RBXJTJJLiA.'IVH PURELY YEGET1BLK. Isharmleaa, Isnodiai IcT.nle'-troe ciee. Is ure t cur- ll taken reol ily, la n iutoxinat n beer ,e, JsaiauUio r'amil Birdul.e. 1 i.ccu a-...

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 November 1876

rm iwwc - ' s 'irfi ?ar THE IiEAVEJtWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30. 1876. I, I IV te f - W I l ? I 1V Vtt, I 1.T M t i- H I i (vJJ I U U ' n TIHJKSDAY, NOVEMBER SO, 1S7G. TJOST IJKIXIi TO-JJICIK. I kit ay Bother at the doer, My.isterbybersMe Ttey clasped JieSr band. a11'1 "DS woks, Forbade Uieir doub to liMe. 1 left, and went Willi comrades sy IVben the mooa brought out her light. And my lories jaother whimpered we, Ion" t Uriel, my hoy, to oifht. Lwn;; years hare rolled asray since then, Jly jelly curls re stray. Hot' oh those words ire with me jet, And Till not pass away I Me ray xaoUae'i loving fice. With goodnesi, radiant lignt, And hear her wurds ring In my ears, Ikra't drink, my boy, to-rJjht. Jly mother Is now rating swert, in the graveyard on the hill ; Cut her kind words come back to me And haunt my memory still ; I Te olten, olten passl the cup, Ob then my heart was right ; Brcanse ITe heard the warning words, Uon't arink, my boy, to night. 1've now passed down ...

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. — 7 December 1876

LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIME LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS! THUKSDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1876." ;v E.u.d..xHo-34 Conservative Established by' l D. B, Anthony January, I8G1 THE s jrJ Wttlln $imi THUR3DAY. DECEMBER 7, 1S7G. HOW 3f CCII BEIIIXn 7 The friends of George T. make definite efforts to jttifog his cafe, before the 10 ple, and to make it appear that his running behind wasn't "inoch of a s! oer, after all " There is no occasion f irany two opinions on this subjecl;lbe result of tbe official can vas is before the public, and the jcjple can do their own figuring: Total rote lor Hajfi 1o a. vote tar Ti Uen- 78, aa Hijes ore- Tilden.. . 43,12) C,073 . 40,aH Toti! vote for Anthony Total rote lor il art n Anthony over Zfsrtln.. Hares' majorltr- -tO.liO .Anthony's majority Anthony rem l-rhin 17,551 That shows that the people of Kansas gave a majority for Hayes of 17,ool more than they gave for Anthony, and accord ing to all rule of comparison here tofore observed, George T. runs behind jut that much. But h...

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. — 7 December 1876

THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES : THTJRSDAX. DECEMBER 7. -1876. WtMv imt& THUKSRAY, DECEJIBEB 7, 1S76. to of ol Tun Timk lvn before its readers thi aoralcg JJie farcrell menage of President Grant, read in Corgrca at noon yesterday. The document is considerably shorter than the most of Gen. Grant's former nefsages, and devotes more f pace to a general review of the condition of the country than to re commendations for the consideration of Congress, though it calls attention several important measures needed legislation, affecting affairs the War, Post-OEcc, State and Inte rior Department?, all of which are pru dent, conservative, and have evidently re--eivtd the President's careful consideration. lie reviews at ome length the history of the country since his first in auguration, and the line of jolicy pursued by his administration, calling a ttention to the fscl that at the time he was called to the chief magistracy Le was comparatively a stranger to the duties devolving upon Lim, a...

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. — 7 December 1876

2?HE LEAENWOETH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY. DitfEMBEll 7, 1876. i m IS m It1 J ,- TUB ISSSISr1 SVL'SGELLArSEOUS. (E57AEUSHED, 1855.) THE OLDEoT, LAE5ESP GHEAPEST. And Best Newspaper in Svaxas. Two Jndases iu the South Caroli na Legislature Betray Their Part;', There has bren introduced, lately, a new style of hat, which is called the "Opera," and which is worked by a sort of spring ar- Market Review. Orrisg to the bid production in crop in Iowa and Illinois, the denied for earn rangpment, ad is nade ct cashmere aad 2L(1 gaa!l gra hal Ucn ;ncleafed tJ the extent tliat our local markets arc Drill jr. va- - 9&T. Yar scoo . leo Delivered in any irt ol Uie City, by Carrier, at s: cents a week. KiTIS OF ADVXRTISIKS: DAILT Ten cents ir line, or one ;5o!!rx per tqcare , each insertion WEEKLY Thirty ests:per line, or three dol lars per square, each insertion. TJ333 TI3XES, Teaverrw-orth. Ken. AN ADDRESS TO THE SICE. Do yoa want to purify the sy.tex? Iloyou w.nttjgetriu of Biliousness? sioyou...

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