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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 24 November 1870

--. rjm. a i3xaDtasxmcrrx-rrxz?. sssaraserwrra 'rwagjrg- zrtnv. -m xtarrjdu sai. s jsr v ft .13111.9 VJO i i " Z Will twits THUBSDkYy'- NOVEMBER 24, 1870. "We lArtihrDfceyd'-:Kitot;Agtncy J at St. Louis, that A. mil, Aaavraiwunn, lias been granted a patent for a railroad rail joint, andrftAG: J. IngaUs, of Atchison, a patent fo a aclr artgnr. The safe recently placed in the City Treas urer's office has a bad history.. ..It was origi nally owned by Edwards & Thomas, the Faohv bankers, who had -5120,000 on deposit on a $400 capital, and were a short time ago .sent to the State prison for two years 'for obtain-1 ing money under iaLse pretences. The safe was sold at assignee's sole, the City of Leav enworth being the purchaser. It was placed in the Treasurer's office, and the first deposit made in it was the money taken off the sup posed murderer, Keddleb, by Deputy Sheriff Palmer. The following cheering intelligence in re gard to one of our most important railroad lines is copied f...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 24 November 1870

i Withl$i'Wwt& THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1870. KEKGAHIZATIjrr raJtTIEB, We hare no idea that the great Republican party is in process of dissolution say store than we know that the fragment of the once powerful and controlling organisation called Democratic is on the line of rehabilitation. We do know, howeTer, that the nation in its rapid changes toward a complete realization of the principles of free government, neces sari It brings the minds which gire it its upward impulse,' into contact with, and con troversy over new questions, and with old ones also, which present sew phases and interests. Strong combinations may effect temporary and local disorganization in the otherwise compact party of advance. These combinations "Jike this one which recently triumphed in Missouri, are usually organised by the active and in fluential parties to it, for solely selfish ends for the gratification of personal enmities and personal ambition, without any earnest convictions upon the vital, ques...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 24 November 1870

V" U- jJJ-1- rm rr-!Tr :.i STi.3- JJBBsr- - -issr-ajfa fc !. i.-. 1 THDBSDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1870. THE raATEXWORTH TIMES. THE LEAYEXWOBTII WEEKLY TOMES. 9Ssawsosssss TIMES. jK 5 u rf5 -i Oh the flrat er December The Weekly Times will be ixsucd as a forty coIhhu newspaper. iVbeat Boon bis submmpt aeaut, vise . counsels finaltr '"prevailed, asd Beddidcis . noisifelrlodced in jail in Leavenworth, II 1 I ' t.:-.T- 1 ill .ai.n 1 1 X L' -w i inw,wuicu lie win UUUUlltMJe ICBLUI UlC galioWB. Beddickis'the same man who, in Jnne, 1807, in Weston, made murderous assault upon Mr. D.-L. WaLsworth of this city, then liquor laspector at the distillery of C . Perry & Co., at "Weston. The assault was wholly unprovoked. Keddidc approached Mr. Walsworth in the street ana-knocked liiui down; he recovered himself and took refugeIn a saloon, where Reudick followed and again struck him a second time; felling him to the floor. Mr. Walsworth again re covered himself and found Beddick coning towards him wi...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 24 November 1870

rr' Ha WnM $im$ THUBSDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1S70. Dedication of ft C'bnrch. On Sunday morning an omnibus full cf ladies and gentlemen left the Methodist Church to attend the dedicatory services cf a church in High Prairie Township. The diitancc is about eight miles, and the jour ney cut and back was s. very pleasant cr.e. The new Church Iz on the Gskalossa road, directly west cf the cif, and the ride cut is thromrb. s. rich and well sealed noniotj cf oar county; the farms arc well fenced, the Looses good, and there is every indication cf abundance and prosperity. The Church is in the same enclosure v. ith the bell School TTfiii- nrl near tlii lmrre and finf; residence louse, cf Mr. J. P. Salisbury. The '.building is of wood, of good size, well bjilt, and very neatly aud comfortably finished. The people turned out in hrge numljcrs to aid in dedicating a church which their .bounty Iiad erected, and r.-crv ceat in the commodious building v. as occupied. The rmoti in the morning va3 pi cache...

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 December 1870

- - '-it r . -, r4 ----o ",v '-: d-it .scie.- f UU r -. r r -. WEEKLY VI THE .. LMJlVENWO-STH TIMES - VOL,. XV. WLttlli ms THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1870. XOrhO FAK OFF. In the recent election and its preliminary proceedings we found out what it was to have a new element in politics. It has not jet " transpired," as the word goes, whether we-used them or they u-ed u, tlie rrnin apparent fact King that we were all beaten together, and the philaiithropical view to take of the matter revolving itr-elf into a general content, and a feeling that it was well that it was no worse. It seem more than probable that another experience is at hand, and not so very far off. Of course we mean the ue of the ballot by otir wives and sweethearts. How will it effect the jioliticians and the men "inside politics?" Now we have in every Ward certain men, on both sides, wlio attend the primaries, get up the tickets and print them, buy the saloon, get out the voter, and .stand at the poll--. The colored voters...

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 December 1870

:,.', I ffinty ftmus THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1870. THE LEAVES WORTH TIMES. DAILY AND WEEKLY. THi: OLDEST PAPER IX KANSAS. Official Paper of the City and County. daily: One copy one year one co'iy sir inomin- "One c;iy three months. une cijit one inomn ,.10 00 500 300 1 CO Wlieiiik-livereJ hy the Carrier in the City, twenty- fi.e cent pereek. weekly: fim copy one year.. . Liberal ieductiorn to clubs. -S2C0 tt.Ml Mien, should le ail dn-sx-1 to THE TIMES, LeaTcnxortb, Kanvu. OlTICr" Nos. 13 15 SHAWNEE STKEET THAXKSUlXfXti. As a Holiday. Thanksgiving Day owes its origin and growth to the devout religions sentiments and social cheriihings of the New England Yankee, or Puritans. Thanks giving is the Christina.-, of the Connecticut Yankee. There is a most hapjiy mingling or reunion f the conscientious and devout religious, with the social family and race loving t-eutiments in the creation, and ob servances of this iieculiar Holiday. The forceful and aggressive moral and religious thought of ...

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 December 1870

"I- '"' 7 IWWIOTWf T--:"i C-s. -v FSPJlSffl fcca2SSKXne?rceiar. M in fgHetblB STimcs SUPPLEMENT. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 180. . TUE AKFEtT OF Til K SKVATOKI if. COXTEST. The wishes irihe Republican party in this Slate were signally expressed in the election of delegates to the late State Convention. The canvass had to do with prominent-men seeking the highest favor of the party tcithin the party, llieir cliaracter, fitness for pub lic Kjsition for which they are struggling -their record, made the topics for disiiis sions during the campaign. The Democra tic party, and its standard bearers weremucR Jts thought about. There had been such a wicked, corrupt and villainous inaiiagcnieiit of the affairs of the State by our representa-' lives in 1kHi houses of the national Legisla ture such wholesale buying and selling and the business had become so (ii:iini(in and -o widely known tliat the better conscience of the jarty be came aroiiH.il, and a change was demanded by all its members. A new ...

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 December 1870

X vf1 n l I J', - I ZT - iB '"'-BL JwAllT?'"rMkitAnr1 jHHP9HHHpHfjnATiik'''(m IobatLamiiad 7 rfJ THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1870. The Clark-Milhoan suit was yesterday decided in the District Court, by special ver dict for Milhoan, of $7,39155. Mr. M. M. Jewett desires us to state that lie is not the Jewett who ran on the Democratic ticket in Tonganoxie in the late election. Our veteran freighter still trains with the Republican1?. The first ten day the United States Land Office at Augusta, Butler county was opened, the receipts were $22,000, and 47,000 acres of land were entered. Augusta has fifty house already completed and twenty more under contract. report on the same. Th following resolution wa adopted: Resolved, That the Legislature be request ed to repeal section 7 of the aetentitled, "An act to amend the' code of civil procedure, being chapter 80, of the General statues of 18G8, and to amend section 27. of chapter 22, of the General Statutes of 1863," approved March 3d 1870, and t...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 1 December 1870

"- t fcj y . s 'aSteefelg ta THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1?70. The total taxable property of Shawnee countv.for 1S70, is $4,741,045; the total tar,forlS70,s $190,043,00; the average rate per cent, is $4.01.3 per $100; and the total tax for school purpose? sf $40,41(5. Cut. S. P. Thompson, formerly of To- peka, was "one of the victims of thf late St. Charics.Missouri, bridge disaster. He was . oae of the bravot soldiers of the old Fir?t Kinsa.-, and was well known throughoutthe State. m Thk colored IJaptist churchiii North 1-aw-rencc, was dedicated on Sunday laM, the JOili in-., with the usual service-. The Iimur, a n.-at .frame pruetiire, htand..si a f-ntral tito, a little to eaft of tlit- brick school building. It is capable of seating from 130 to 200 people. The co.t lias not been far from $1200. ml IIcjiboj.it. The railroad celebration ball at Humboldt were a grand success. Humboldt now has two railroads and soon oxpects a third. It is one of the mon flour ishing cities in thcSta'te, a...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 1 December 1870

r- Witkk iM: " THURS DAT, DECEMBER 1. 1S70. STOCK STEALING Kxlen-iu'Oneralion- Alonjr Hit' Kiwi-. lroli;ilUily dial TIiitc i an Orjrauiml Rami. During the jast week or two several jer Hns living in or near Leavenworth liavcbfct cattle or hogs, which have disappeared in the mo.t unaccountable manner. Several milch cows arc among the missing projttrty, and voterday we heard of two dre-wed hogs having been spirited away. As wc hear .imilar complaints from other points on the river above and lielow we are led to believe that there is an organized band of th:ees .operating in this vicinity. Among the accounts of recent roblienes we find the following in .the Atchi-on J'a- lriot: . i i "Within a week or two, four mules ana one horse have been stolen at this city, and our twlice and others have been ou die Iouk out tor the stolen property, and the parties who took it. Three of the mules have been recovered, but none of them were found in i,oioii of the thieves. Circumstances iKjint to Theo...

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 December 1870

SSHC l & 7 THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES. V NO. 49. LEAVEXWOKTH, KAXSAS, THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 8, 1870. VOL. XV. K'2 I J. k- PI It r ni e I F-M Kl i c I I", 1 THUIKD.VY, DECEMBERS, 1670. I HK LEAVEN W,rU.Tll TIMES. DAILY AND WEEKLY. H.I.EST PA fl.lt IN KANSAS Taper of the City and County. UAtLY: 1 II h j ih rfr 5l1 . " . JIM MX WMI1II. (in -s.y lbre months. -. "M .v o.i infill 11 I ? T4.1lnll'yt!.-l'fTlrllHlM'3lr. I.OIIJ- t bKKLT: n " I t4r.. 1 lurtfHfk Ivf IuIm. mi I l W I nM.niinW,u,.. ,r. .... ' in iii.. THE TIKES .linigui to a -lrifi mhi ami me euuo-1 the nterprww of that kind, made ax.iMo Cany, .., .Murray, ; .K-iiai jihkv, i jrmnuvr .Mr. i .1. r nmige, 01 ui- t..Vib. K- ,re..flli..lhel'.i.iun:tiary..f the Stale . f r,.j!iut;(M, l- ,I,C ,,np-iil of .-ir ,:"; " " '-'"eJr"!'V" """"' -. w . ,..x 11 i.i.i v. 1. 1 n..i.Miitim ... I . . . . ,., , iclt, U.I, JJkcfellr, 2il, JNnun, 9; l.e- EVJ-MMi sllov i(H.W.iuii.. . r. - ' "f ; cituetn -Inr their Iilwral ami readily graiiteil...

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 December 1870

THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1870. PI .w. ! frl J 111 fe I WRttlli iines THUKSD-Y, DECEMBEU 8. 1870. the wrr. I,.ourirPeto,r8Uetl.e cxani.n aUonTf Mr. Gro-venor'a book, written o fortiMhefTtcmofFrce Trade, which i ays ---: hrou-U the itcnt influence -f 1'"";'' nTe-and .hi stimulated advecy of lie Vmciorly. ut in iuoUnsover.be Commercial of ThurJ-vv, wc find we bare e-nlcrtainmci.t of tbc kind we were pursuing nearer borne, and which pro....- l-S tu quite as profitably. Nathan Cree, r, , of I".i f " .ummuiuolioBlurltol i-icr, ,,. which he .uDino the eriucfrnw indulged by The Timus of the argument of Mr. Grosvcnor'.i l-ook on Free Trade. . Mr. Crec will note iu -.ic...-....-. nncKiiiccnient, that fu lar a we nau .- . r .f- Hroc0ed in an cxaminauon ... ..... Grosxcnor'. hook we luad no Wire shown a di-tiositioii to turn to such a .li-cuw.il of the great and momentous .uc tion of the "American f-yslcni of Protection to Free Labor" as lie now invites il to en gage ...

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 December 1870

w si 14 h l it r Ym- i too and Ute Harper. Tie loruier recei . cd r b1 severe gaU, one M-venugliw under A WkaM J"- tmwrmrr ,; , ,..,; f,m bw exayt "mall Btestr-wesl. portion of the skin on ooeHde. IlarisTwas From the UwrenceDeniocrUciwfa,l lndle cut, reoeirinR several Knott of Lc. 1. we lean, the hXt LvaoT a disastrous fire in ortli Lawrence , kniT"uj were Terr laiy, hravT weanon. onyeiterfiy morning: The to men who crWd " thij desiale At about two o'clock this i..n.ing hrej akirare addicled t. .Wing tlniih an.l are broVe oTin , old LVHer ..ore, on Wt ' intc.x.eatc.1 ..lough at rtreet, oppct. the Ivamas !-"-' .! t, Mn,.L.f ;n the rear of the buildin: andowing to the scarcity of water, and the inflamable material of the building, the fire unread with fearful rapidity, communicating to the building on either side, destroying the entire square. . On the east aide of the Decker store, the rerfaurant kept by Simeoa Jon", .! "" " loon of Andy Snyder were ewe! aw y On the west side, Mr. Wo...

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 December 1870

L.'MiiTJrfr-Pr'r ; THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1870. wC5 jtttiiia Siw TIIUKPAY, PKT,Mi:KI V7X. PROSPECTUS ...ri:.lM.''Tfi DAILY & iv.miiviji " .. w i.Ktvi:o vt niTcaii'tW cittlilainm hi ai,.l Wattan-i feins, lias lin, in 1st isjg, ' i-parallcld in the an , i of ifjfnw ' The lumiigra- i u. Suae w the t.ir a. - without f" ' .i u the .-ftliuci.t i an .:Iicr new i,-ivi. -i it - fm.tr1a. - "V. ir iuvi a I nearly erne !i -nti.i the mil- i i 1'r iftipl t Within u. '. -d n-c haru loiiblc the cip "f ir Tim: :?. lie aniiuli i 'rjfiaiimt w of llir Tfi itisla-., 'i-f- jk,. it ihe "ivv pr4jiCTis i Ajteil V 'IcnpcT n: ibt We-d" Forty Column Weekly,"! rf ", . . :.i. ... - . I l. iri ...1'..11.-.II llllll 4 ...lt-l .. t"sT-t HK - i-iiMi-hcd iu1iiotr flue- iialiortlVl 1 Mill IiiiiIkt tjipi: u:. ui uro,J ( rim iHir KniL-L- nidcr- tlial H'ir lull -cnntimi- in the future to 1 "Leading Paper in Kansas" is it ii is i;t:i.A i.n Tin: f is i. I tr !l 4jio litical rniiitinn un.l.r...

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 December 1870

THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES. rt t i r r I . VOL.. XV. Wt&li imtz THURSDAY, DECEMBEIS 15. 18T0. 1HE LEA VEX WORTH TIMES. DAILY AKP WSEP.T. til I. l.mSaT rATEB IX KAKaAtt. omclal rarer of the City ana county. uc tr - -f.QuO aw i.X HHHit" Ou c-fir three monthi-.-. I.. -- a- diiinlh - 1 uo Ub-u.i.-lienl by Uie Carrier lntbeUtT.IMir vikklt: -42 00 1.1 U-l nl eli-larttoni todl. -- VII k-tu-ra ilnsild be aMits-. to TBKTnOI. L-mictiwortb Sanaa , H-nCB-So. II A IS 8mwM mat Oirn friend and associate, D. V. Wilder, Iixk arrange! to nin tlie Monitor at Fort Scott. His relation. with the TlJES are u-waaruliy severe-l. While w regret this we lave no Imitation in advertising tlie t nseiwt of our best wishe for hi success in atHjusr venture. 1IIK rKOTEITIVE MWtl. Mr. Cree juiWi-hes an answer to our last article on the tariff, in the Cwmmrrfwl of tlie h. Since it apjs-ared we have len to-i ill to consider it until now. In the outlet of this article we wish togie Mr. CTree ilue infunnation tliat...

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 December 1870

THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1870. Vt H it i mnih $ THUESDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1S70. THB M3AT01UAJ. COSfTEW. Events occurring in our midst, strongly provoke us to a further oonsideralion of the contort going on in our own party for the se lection of a candidate for the United States Senate in the jilxce of Senator Rose It is notneeoMry form to state that it would be very dewrable fur Leavenworth to nmentthat candidate. The KqmUican. of our city and county would undoubtedly hold up all their hands to secure the election of some good, faithful, competent, true Reiub licanto that important place. And we w.ll frankly state our opinion about the questioE of locality, for either United States Senator or for Governor. The man who hasnot breadth, and depth, and strength enouglijof diaarcter to represent the whole State has no Isisiness running for either of the; office-. When hi friend are obliged to make the argument of locality, they have already ad mitted his want of ...

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 December 1870

THE LEAVENWORTH-WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1870. iw- i Lu ? 5. 4 I ik FAnmouirr. AWftH fabrrw-liravrt.l -M-Icr Enl.rialninrnl. TELEGRAPH. wASHnfOTOv; infraeJat r asam (lark. r A tlariiuT aUciniit at hieliway mUsnr i made near this rillace on Sunday evening , A B,M an. A young man names! Taylor Harvey, KasHIX.tos, I he. 8 The Hum bill in- who live with Sir. Ji-i Stigvr-, a fec trodnced by- .Mr. Clarke, , J.. -uib. ith of tlie ci.v. refrninc Lome I InaU.ry. of tbe act of Man 9J.JSSi.to onuorback,at.W, o'clocl-, alien I rvhe oj ine .. o. ..... TrrallnlMI I lh? Banal.. Vaiiis.to, Dec. 8 The Pre-iiUnt ha sent to the Senate the extradition treaties recently concluded with eeveral Centre! American ReiHiblics. and has had Iireiored for transmission to that body many noniina- tlio-e I ,lon" OI ai)wintmenu uiai were niaue ounn; "arment torn hat srvrnlv. tkutizh other- I "" ,,:" " "- was accosted by two men, a ho were standing near a bridge on a by road, about tlmv fuurths of a mile ...

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 December 1870

THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1870. - 1871. 1871. PROSPECTUS DAILY & WEEKLY E.EAVEXWORTII T I TJ.e increase in tie circulation of the Duly aoJ Weekly Times, lu .., in tlie rrar just dicing, unjaralldcJ in the an t. nor history of iU growth. The inimiRni lion t.. this Bute for the jear is ah- without jmrallcl in lh scttlc-enl of an; other new n this Union. Since the fin of l"t January we have adJed nrarlv one huu-lrcJ per rl to the number of our ieoJile our ri'Jzrim. Within that iriud we lave more than .louhlc the rircuUtion of the Tiss. I i tlie ambition of the iiuUisliera and conductors of the Times, an it i abo their Jetermined .urjw, to mate it the twirof the lt iaier irinted in the Wot. "U rhallinge for our Forty Column Weekly, CoiUarion with the Urgent and ln-4 Wk lie iublihed in Chicago, Cincinnati or St. Louie. To still further emohariic our jsuqpx, we romiw our Kansa readers that the TIMES ahall contiiiut in the future to be li. "Leading Paper in K...

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 December 1870

? THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES. f; . - vol xv LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 22, 1870. NO. 51. f i Tii; . eenui thubsday, i)KCK.ii:i:i:ts, I"0- I'Hi: I,EA VK.N tt'OBTI! TIMKS. DAILY AND WEEKLY. tib mi:jt imi'Ki; in k .:'.. 3cUJ Paper of tlie City aj.d Coanty. I A I L t : J..C v? uiie JrJ ' tj kiz tnontlM - i- fpf Ibr trtilln..i . Ll 41ittT ft! UMHlti - - Vt Lra'ldi-rt-l -r .bcCunrrlalheOtr, twenlj- willklt: tlHe nij m ytair . .... lt.. I.uuIj .f IirlVAtlWIlrill fValllitY. i friiu"--iir-.-,rs " v ---... ,-. tlUltl nilli i!ic exception of '""- ,. - 4HIVW . , .. i i i ,!, u,,-i- irprtssnic-e iffl"'"1! iin4 m.ojs. .. Let this sl-srk Ik liiI of whenever iLs liar value in our own iiideUcdue-ss ran I re alised, lat ii wait forthi and as it omiM relieve nurse Ives of the weight of our indebtedness. This seems our true and hon orable remedy. No t-tn-ihlc man in the City r County f.e Nihil weaieahlclo give any additional benefaction in aid nf any project for further Bailroad ...

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 December 1870

THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1870. ?. r ii ft ffiUcMg itmes THURSDAY, DECEMBEK22, 1870. PERMAL. There appeared in the Call of the 11th an article headed "D. V. "Wilder," the author ship of which could not be mistaken, even if the initial of the writer had not been affixed It author in ray friend, or at least so I liave lieen in the liahit of regarding hitn. He u old in the experience of journalistic life. He undcrftands iicrfectly that there is a well defined and closely observed courtesy practiced among the member of tlic edito rial guild who care for one another who liave a favorable or high appreciation of one another character and capabilities; lliat manifestations of good feeling may lie mu tual when the opiiortunities are offered for cxcltange of word and deed, or of Isjth. Now I think the writer of the article in the Gill, to which I am calling attention, will understand me when I say that he knows onlv n tide of the case. In the course of the article ...

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