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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 7 December 1876

THE LEAVENWORTH 1 WEEKLY TIMES : THURSDAY. DECEMBER 7, 1876. m 4 U i i IS- ItI WitMz SHimcs TIIUESDAY, .DECEMBER 7, 1S7G. i nms or soither:. roi.iTiciAa? Decline or HioConlCiicrarj JoST Javl in Sen 1'orlt. BY "LAEET13." List Saturday evening aboat five o'clock which is dark at this eearon I entered the restuarant of the l'cnnylTani3 Uail road at Jersey City and asked or a bottle of ale. The pretty, bare-armed, neat-figured waitress who di?iena there was rela tively indifferent. The cashier Etcmed in attentive even to money. The bar counter journeyman was an absolute nincompoop jn his elowces?. 1 ordered a bor of oyster", and nobody would Ret it. "Zounds!" I thought for nobody says zounds except in print in-thes-e unreroundi!s days I slip in that pun to give respectability to your pun-" chinello "th'is depot is full of idiots. Presently tliewill tell out their whole working force as a mere appurtenance to the late exhibition." "Sir Laertes," said the cudiier, "they say that is JsJTer...

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. — 14 December 1876

SUil,iW asvi THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES W -W 5U IitanliaJied, WfS. 1 ToL 22. HO. 33. 1 LEAVENWORTH. KANSAS. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 14. 1876. f Canjarratrva Established by I D. K. Anthony January, 181 F H lv- re3- u l f :r. mn Ww& THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14.1S7G. THE hlTCATIOJf IX KCKOrE. If we arc able "to make anything out of the present European situation it U that the good undemanding between Germany and Russia ia still intact, and that the debt of gratitude for non-interference in the French war is now to be repaid by Ittling the Crar have his way in Turkey. England will evidently have to so to war alone if she propose to resist the movement, and it is probable her cabinet understand that such will be the case. lord Salisbury has been exceedingly pacific in his tone to all the cabinet) of Europe, and he has. visited those of all the great powers except Russia. That Turkey and Russia will fight, now seems beyond doubt, unless all the great powers agree on what shall be done with Tur...

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. — 14 December 1876

?$& 0 rJKS ?-m3B?C?!XZVZ!&lE5X& THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES : THURSDAY. DECEMBER. .14. 1876. sj u H gnaws THUKSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1S7C. THE SESATOItlAI. Qf'ESTJOX'. Tha iraportanco of fleeting the proper man to succeed Sailor E&zrer has not thus fat attracted much attention. There is no lucfc of candidaUa. rublic sentiment in the State, to far nesprcs-ed, pecms to be very much eliviileJ, with no indications Blowing that any one has the inside track. Senator Harvey is acknowledged to have fairly and honorably represented the State. He is considered a safe man, and there is a fair prospect of his becoming ilia own eticcessor. Col. rinrab shows considerable strength in the Southwest. He is acknowledged to be a man of ability. If he succeeds it must lie through the efforts of his friend', as he is no compromise candidate. Judge Sears is developing more strength than it was supposed he had. He is cred ited with being smart, , and having the aid of the railroad interests. ...

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. — 14 December 1876

SS -n - m't HUM m 't ' i THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1876. tM . B,: J S 8 V v-1 ? L-' f Tim. ES (ESTABLISHED, 1855.) SIS DLDESF, LARGBS? CHEAPEST, Aa. Best Newspaper in Kansas. Daisy, jerTttr. ,6 OO "Wccfcly. par Year 1 00 De Iivcrcd la y part Gtjhc City, by Carrier, at a cratt week. y RATS OF ADVZR.TI5I1CO: UAILT Ten cents per line, or one "dollar per sqaart-, each insestion. WEEKLY Thirty centsper line, or three dol lar, per square, each Insertion. Tiaja tidies, Xs veri rortli. Kuu AN ADDRESS TO THE SICK. 1 o yon wantlo purify the syttex? lo you wjnt tjget rid of iSiIiousnesa? jioyou want sooietbingto strengthen yon? Do you want a good appetite? Do you wait to set rid ofnerrocsneet? Do y ou want good dig. alloc Iu j ou want to alep well? Do j oa want to build upyoar ooattitaflon? l)o yoa want a b.lsk and vigoioas feeling? It yon do, TAKE HJGTJLlT'K PURELY VEGETABLE. I harmless, la no diaulc violent meifeiue, la ture u cure if taken regularly, la no Intoxic...

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. — 14 December 1876

UJU.MIH.1L 'J THE LEAVENWORTH WUJKLY TIMES : THURSDAY. DECEMBER 14, 1876. . - ; .,. Wul wmts TIIUIEDAY, DECEMBER 11, 187C. CONGRESSIONAL. SENATE. Washington, D. C, December C. The standing committees were announced and it was ordered that all bills and peti tion", heretofore presented, he referred to the appropriate committee". Senator MOKT Of Mid the resolution requiring the inquiry into the late elections in certain Southern States imposed upon the committee on privileges and election", an important and arduous labor, and on his motion three additional members were cp pointed. The subject was further din-usfed by Means. Bosy, Sherman, Stevenson and oth ers, after which Mr. htevenson insisted up on his objection to the printing of the dep osition", and under the rules the motion to print them was referred to the committee on printing. The CHAIR announced as the new mem bers of the committee on privileges and elections, Means. Howe, Doutwell and Ker nan. Mr. EDMUNDS moved to take up...

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. — 21 December 1876

TIMES IlllLl BtoleH.l5ia.-ro.36.r LEAVENWORTH. KANSAS. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 21, 1876. Conservative Established by I D. B. Anthony Jancarv, 136 ii S61 LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY m m U i Q l - ( PS i j 'i Mnublll Shims A PUECEDEXl IX POINT. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1876. OKCGO.V. The Democratic view of the Oregon mat ter ia very clearly stated in the following" paragragh from the Louisville Courier-Journal. The electoral vote of Oregon stands two for Hayes and or.e for Tilden, giving the latter a total of one hundred and eighty five votes. The Republicans can tske whichever horn of th dilemma they pre fer. This vote of Oregon is a genuine vote, or it is no ote. It must be received or it must be rejected. If it is a vote it elects Tilden. If the Republican Senate says it is no vote and propoas to throw it out. then they mupt revtr e the poition they have been so eager to take, and niu-t set up the claim that Congress may go behind the certificate of the Governor of the State and the letura of the ...

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. — 21 December 1876

Siaee-::; THE iJEAVE:NWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21. 1876. V e ri-.. a. ; MiM ju j bm i THLR3DA.Y, DECEMBER -1, 1STC. TTjtir: Grim-visagcA raL now haunts the wah injj dreams of F'.orcy, nr.tl liis Chicigo ?t..iej dail reels with gore, JHs AVash inzlon correspondent is painfull afflict ed in this vray, and sees innumerable hosts of lilood-UiirBty .Republicans, marching in every direction. Hear him : There is the err beat evidence coming to hand here that a Presidential plan is now -o-n into actual operation for secretly arm-ir.- tic parthacs of the Grant aaraimstra tion in evcrv Republican Conpraional dis trict in the' United States. The work is tioae fccrctly, eileatly and swiftly. That shows that everybody is arming, and is going to rush out at a given signal and slav everybody else no doubt about it whatever, for it comes from the "Washins- tim c-orrcsixn!int. who is "right there" end 1, l-nnTr. whprof he freaks. Then he tells i:e, next, who is to manage the elaughtcr-...

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. — 21 December 1876

THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES : THURSDAY. DECEMBER 21. 1876. i K in ,? r j . k. t . r - 1M aaCga!g MqM . i SEE EiSSS. AX CXSEE.V TOE. ESTABLISHED, 1855.) ?HS OLDEST, L&fi&ES? fiaEAEEST, Am BC3t Newspaper In Kansas TJaiiy, ror Yoar. TVoeily. per Tear- Delivered in auy part ol the Cty, "T Curler, at 25n:a week. RTS OF ADVERTISING: DAILY Ten cents iU, or one Vlcllar per souare, each insertion. WEEKLY Thirty ccnts.per line, or three dol lars ir square, each incerUon. TJSJS TIMES. I,eavenworti. Kan. AN ADDRESS TO TEE SICK. Do you wnt to purify the syite-I.? Do you w nt t.fcet no of diliouaotss? ikjjuu wantsoai tnitgto ttrentben you? Io jo i want a rood appetite? I.) - ou wa t to get rid of nervousness? Do you waat good dig btlor.Y Dojou wm tjal.ep Weil? lMyouwan ubuilJupyonreonstituiIon? Do you wat.t a b.Lfc and vigoioaa feeling? II you do, TAKE SIMMONS' liver A n Attempt Jlcile to Mnrxlcr a Fanner vrLite Golr.y (onnnl Hi Home c-ar .NjirlUEtlale. A report was circulated in the cit...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 21 December 1876

Rdiss2awtaaes3EK!2Sss eg.r?i i "' '.'Vutfeaa v THE LEAVENWORTH WJSEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1876. 8S3 tSHMlii mm THURSDAY, DECEMBEU 21,187?. CGEGRESSEer.AL SENATE. Washi.vgto:;, D. C , December J 2. I'amcrous petitions, of religious and temperance organizations throughout the countrr, were presented, praying Congress to take etena to prohibit the manufacture and sale of alcoholic liquors an a beverage in the District of Columbia, and the Tei ntories. JJeferred. Mr. ANTHONY, from the committee en printing, reported a joint resolution to print ten thousand extra copies of the President' message and accompanyinz docu wentPj in regard to the late election in .Louisiana. Mr. THUKMAN objected to in present consideration, and it Trent o.er till to-tnor-IOTT. . , ihe resolution of Mr. "Mitchell, provid ing for an inquiry into the- apjointment of the Oregon electors, was taken up. llr. liAYAKD epoke at eome length in favor of amending the preamble of the resolntion, eo that no viola...

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. — 28 December 1876

latnS)ES'2&sIia-3 LEAVENWO V ni rpi jj J LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 28. 1S76. Conservative SjiahlisSsd "by I D. 2. Anthsnv January, 1361 Vol. 22. So. S. RTH TTTB-i'tBilT T 'J I? H h hi VV JJJjJiil j t vj i a i "L - ri . a SI W Y 1 JL .1LJJOL ii-J A ! L-- ,1 -5 I lr Hiitf U1 ins 'V"V O-SiCiftLPAt'eaO THE CITY AND COUNT MONDAY. DECEMBER -3. 1S7G. Ti ;. ts.,.u..!i a coutus on of dales that St. 'icuo1m, under hi American name of ifc .O ..--, Santa Cl-us, has come to be regarded as the "real Christmas benefactor of children. The old Knickerbockers of New York Veep his fertival duly on. bin proper day in tbe calendar, which is the C.h cf December. But that day is kept throughout Conti nental Europe as the sjcial festival of children. During the firtt wetk in Decem ber the children, in ;he low Countries in particular, hve a little carninal of their own. The confectionery windows are filled with little regiment, of bishops modeled in chocolate, reprwentit get Nicholas ot My...

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. — 28 December 1876

"-A Tnhdih t n 1 Hi 1 1 l&WAYftPti ,, , wl Jv '-.vW TIiUR-IAY, L'ECEilBEK , mc. I'Ori.Ty AM) I'ET .STOCK. The Second Annual Exhibition of the JMivenworlh -Poultry and Tet Stock Awo ciation, at Lairg's Hall, was opened yester day. Jf is acknowledged the best and finet rfiow of the kind ever held in the "West. It will remain open Wednesday, Thursday and Iriday. Every man, woman and child in town, can enjoy an hour or two in vis'ting the fihow. SENATORIAL. A- the line for the xneetin; of the Legis lature approaches, there is a. perceptible de cree of interest manifested in political cir cles in tegard to the coming Senatorial elcc- ...-. A -. ..m.aal .1 pn.li linA. (TlAm 19 TIH i ., , ,., . , , ', dearth of candidates; at least a score of mr. iiave aircaay Fignmeu meir iiiui' ries to serve the State in this capacity, and the ,r.cnd cf the revcral aspirants are all I u-i engaged setting before the jieople ner respective "claims." It t ikes but few c-ird ' i Late what kind of a man 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. — 28 December 1876

'fr'i r. .. vyurrzssi&L THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES : THURSDAY. DECEMBER 28, 1876. I X .A St a- i- feV- 1 i - SB TIHE3S. (ESTABLISHED, 1855.) THE OLDEST, LAEGES? CbSAPEST, Aau Best Newspaper in Kansas. Daily, ?er Ver. Wee&ly. peir YcJ- -SGOO -ICO Delivered in any part oJ tie City, by Carrier, C5 c au wccic. KATiS OF ADVERrialJfO: DAILY Ten cents per lice, or one djliir j-tr saaarr, cart ic-rlioa. WEEKLY Teirty eesbfjper line, orthre. dol lars jK-r .iuarr, c ch iru-erlion. TfclK TI3IKS. LsusTemwrortJi Kma. AN ADDRESS TO THE SICK. Io you want lo purify the sv te ? I),;uiiwnit ktrmf ilir.usn.as? iMjuawiniso tuii.gto ttrii jtii.nyon? Do yo w .nt ,'oo I t p"ti a ? !) cum ito.itrid bf nervoiuniss? I'oyouai good g til.. 1 Ifujtiuw iiitfMe w ? D ..uan t. built u lyourconstitn'lon? Do you want a b iu. aid tijcio.b f edict? Il Oa..O, TAKE " SiJMLJMLOJN'S9 IJVER JPCltELY VEGETABLE. Is harmless, Isnvtiia iCTole-tme cire, Jarurr l .urc it taken regnbrly, Is ninti.tLAt nz bever-e, la m l...

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. — 28 December 1876

rix je. vj3aau, TBt " , "a." - jaj&sv W3 ssaiTg.rrntf" zrs&z 3?HE liEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THTJKSDAY, DECEMBER 2, J 876. ' u- iff- i H ) i! g in ! SHteMii t&iwM 1 1 L'ESE Y, DECEMBSE is, 1S7C -EN CONGRESS. SEHATE. Washixgtos', December 19. Mr. FJtELIXGHUYSEX presented a iietinori of a large number of soldiers of the late war, asking tie passase of the lTonse lull for i!ie equalization of bounties. Re ferred. . Jlr. ASTHOKY called up the resolution to print 5,'JCO extra copies of the document compiled by Major McDonald, chief clerk of the Senate, in'regard to the count of the electoral votes from 17is0 to 1S73 icdceWe. A resolution w3 ofTered by Mr. Anthony, that when the Senate adjourn on Friday, liie Jad, it be to meet on Tnesday, the fjih, ar.d, unless otherwise then ordered, when it adjourn on the -Oth it meet on the innh, and that, unless other-trice then order ed, when it adjourn on the iOJlh, it be to meet on January 2nd. The resolution led to a long discussion, ...

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 January 1877

. -- . '- -9mi&KJs LEAV TTYT ill ;i,:iiussei.m5.2ira a LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS. THURSDAY. JANUARY 4. 1877. f Conservative ZstablliSsdliv I D. B. AnthoiiT January, ISCI T7i"TTTTl WEEKLY TIMES IJbUDi JliTS VV JI r CTSHnrJ -T T ! tb' circnmrance, jjerhajM, i upheld by hi party, th.se fuur votes mun I to!e cutting off debate, the Senate may tc- j "THE SOCTZIKRX TEHPER. THUR-DAY, JANUARY 4, 1S77. THE BOUSES OITLOOK. According to 'be tf York papers busi-ue-B ia ihe east is steadily improving, ai d certainly e have no reason tj complain in the went; trade has cot teen as good in Leavenworth at thin season of the year for a Jong time as il is now; our merchants are all doing a cood trade, oar manufacturing establishments are all crowded with work, and the travelirg agent of our wholesale men all report business good in the virions towns throughout the State. The New York Public of latt week says business is steadily improving in the metropolis, though croakers refuse to see the fscta and dw...

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 January 1877

50'4eeuxKa - TJBlE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY. JaNUARX 4. 1877. EuKig $fom TnUZSDAY. JAXOAKY -J, l;;. iiinvoaKrxas or nrresa xrf KAXSAS. irrn U.e ieui CMy Tiara. T.ie Tort Ssott Monitor saggests and tbc Jy.ai.cwortj Ijjsvs second,) a projof illcn to give to JF. 1. Uiker the profits and digni ties of Stat Printer. The Josftor argues to in position after this fashion : Tli crest n-wtpsr loureeta ot tbc State would he Uiu fettered inet'-aJ lirjar'd as co tter llie present sr tern sirengthcoe li'ltmil of wcjlenti. Tii: ousttj ueuiXopk-t a strong nevrpsperrert cantativc el ccbclli,eopoir irt.5 Jf'th i: imllieT.s cont-ol ili- btnie latieCiwiK.snwea'' h&.c us cut- iir.EtlDg at J3irrji J, or tux rtrti. The nagc.tiiaiocs TiMEa ulali.s tht po-sitl-n r'slx t,"e word.-: itt ! r 7 rave g"X4 siroa? orcan at the cap'ial, wriiitjiiieJ,"JiEd able to do vraaLit tjoT?a -o fce rich! ana tao State rrinUBC would nike te C?tisc&Ja such a paper it -would mate tt eo tiroveitat Its editor vro...

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 January 1877

rnMOstiffisiiii-T. " r r. -- THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES : THURSDAY. JANUARY 4, 1877. , h: ,r f 1 1 - Uv i--? s j Xt a SA .- -rir. THE TIMES. (ESTABLISHED, 1855.) THE OLDEST, LAEGESF CHEAPEST, . Aid Best Newspaper ia Kansas. Bailr, par Tear. 6 OO VuHt, TfT Year 1 OO Delivered in toy part of the City, by Carrier, at 25 cents a week. R-TXS OF ADV-ST-SINO: DAILY Ten cents per line, or one ;dollar per square, each insertion. WEEKLY Thirty centslper line, or three dol lars per squire, each insertion. TJELE TI3IJES, aasavrenwor-a. Ka . AN ADDRESS TO THE SICK. Io yon want to purify the system? Ijjouw ntt get nil of iSlliousness? Iwyou want soil thins to strengthen yout Io jou want a rood appetlui? Do voa watt to get rid of nervousness? Do you waa good dig stlou? I)o jou wnt to sle,i Weil? Do you wan to bulla up your constitution? Ho you want a bilak and vigorous feeling? II you do, TAKE LIVER EffiGULAT'H rlTlELY VEGETABLE- Is hirmlets, Unj diai jc Tioiert me Heme, Is sure Ut cure if taken...

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 January 1877

'-X7, ' " -" nrtfiTtr fff.,ri Vtt-Vii $y -i-v thuesdaY, jaslaby -i, ib.. II lADfflAL CAPITAL. The Senate Committee on Priviliges and Elections Examine Into the Oregon Business, And Find, From the Testimony of the Oregon Secretary of State, That Governor Grover Prepared the ..Lists of the Presidential Electors- Cronin's Part in the Drama Clearly ' Shown up by Gen.'Odell. The Joint Committee on Electoral Toto Question in Session. tlio THE OKEGOK QCKTIOX. "WAEnisoTOX, -December 23 Tbe Senate committee on privileges and elections com menced taking testimony in regard to the Oregon case, this morning. Hon. Stephen Chadwick, Secretary of State of Oregon, in reply to a question put by Senator Morion, chairman of the com mittee, tfetiCed that the first intimation he had of Watts' being a postmaster, was after the election in last November. The witness canvassed the vote of the State on the day and in the manner prescribed by law, and nothing was paid, that da, about "Watts' being ineligible...

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 January 1877

ZSFijfeCa. .!. i THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES i? E.tatiub.a,mS.22-So39j LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS. THURSDAY. JANUARY 1, 1877. CesMmtiTa XitoUitkti Vr I O. X. AatkwT Jmaurr. Iwl T. s -THURSDAY. JANUARY 11. 1S77. TUE HBEMDEVT. A correspondent of the eir York World had an interview with President Grant, a fewdavsago, and e copy, this morning, his report in fall. It will be found very interesting reading, just at this time. It is the fulles t and freest expression of opinion that the country has had from the President oa thi all engrossing question, and rets forth very clearly his views of the situation. Ja that plain, straightforward, common sense manner which characterizes all the utterances of President Grant, he states to this Democratic interviewer that if the pending contest should result in Tilden's election he does not believe that a single one of the Republican State Governments in the South could stand for twenty-four hour; and further, he say- he does not be lieve there has been 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. — 11 January 1877

MMMtCkL 1 THE 3LEAVENAVORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY. JAHUARi 11, 1877. fcS3fi2fe5ti Li ( 1 5; I Pl w N H ' I'ff l! I I I J t fc "Sefanftfo auu!f THTJBSDAY. JANUARY 11, 1S77. K. A- -V. A. I. The annual meeting of the Kansas and Ml-souri Associated I'xea will he held at The Times office, in the cit of leaven worth, at one o'clock r. M, on "VVednetday, the 17th dar of January, 1S77. Jxo. A. Martin, Prest. D. 11. Anthont, Secy. or cocstv orricEits. No one ehould fail to read the report of tljD rroceedinw in the District Court on Monday Honing last. Those who were fortunate ejiough to he present and witness the scene will not soon forget it. There was no question as to the feeling of good will on the part of the attorneys toward the outgoing Judge and Clerk. The pre station by Mr. Dennis to Judge Ide, of a gold-headed cane, wa9 made in a speech that commanded the admiration of every one present. The reply of Judge Ide was sin cere, earnest and eloquent. Judge Crozier expressed his regards...

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 January 1877

M'A i ijs. jcii i 'nii'ii ijj'iesaijat.;. THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES : THURSDAY. JANUARY 11, 1877. TT L y TISSSS (ESTABLISHED, I85S.) THE OLDEST, UR&E3? CHEAPEST, Aad Best Newspaper in Kaasaj. Dailv, par yr. Weakly, par Taevr -KG GO - lOu Delivered in any part of the City, by Curler, t 3 cents a week. RATZS OF ADVJSaTIilJTO: DAILY Ten cents rer line, or one ".dollar per square , each insertion. WKEKLT Thirty nts per line, or three dol lars per square, each insertion. Xjeawanvarta. JKnxi. AN ADDRESS TO THE SICK. Io yon wnt to purify the svrteTi? Do yon Tilt act nil of Ulliuusnets? i-oyou wantsoii thlngto strengthen you? Do yoa want a rood si peliu-T Do oa wan to pet rid of nervoutneesJ Do you wmi good dig elloi.J Do j ou w nt tt sl.ep wilt Davcuwsn u buildup your coaEtitntlon? Do you want a b.isk anil viroious IccuncT It yoa do, TAKE SIMMONS' LIVER 3aEGHJLA.T'R PCKELY VEBETABLIt. Is harmless, I no drastic violent mel cmc. Is sure 1. cure if taken regularly. Is no Intoxieat'ng b...

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