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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 15 February 1877

THE LEAVENWO&TH WEEKLY TIMES ; THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 15, 1877. h :m.W ! ia Y't 4 . I.- JIT' L tMulity gHnws THURSDAY. IXBKCAKY 15. 1877. m HffllAL CAPITAL JjECIIjEO AT LAST. tfttlalto Ite Leavenworth TimuJ AAniXGiox, D (X, Februaiy 7. The Electoral Commission, by a -vote of b cgainEtV, Lave decided' that no eridence can Us ad milled or considered by them in the Honda esse escepl the various eitc toral certificate?, and such evidence te thall be submitted on the question of THE l-EL.IGXrlIJTT OK HUMrBKET, ! a Presidential Hleclor. Toe vole of the Commission flood, in favor of tliie occision, Jmsiicrs Stronp, Miller and Brad ley, Senator Edmund, llurton and le jirgliuyscn, and 'representatives UarStld and Ifoar, againtt Justices Clifford and Field, Senator Thurman and Bayard, and IJepresenUtives Payne. Ilnnton and Ab bott. THE COH31U3ICW ADJOCrOCED until 11 o'clock to-aorrow, v-hen the pro ceedings will be in public TUB ILECIOUU. C0MltI3l0 The electoral commission commenced its sessi...

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 February 1877

;"Ti'gi M'jm " 'frj. '-r t . 'jt -r:SrtJ5-'- I - :- ' .; . - - .. . - J,. . r . , - LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY THE & ?! v .r LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 22. 1877. f Coassrvative Xstahlisesd Vjr I 1.L latkOBT Jaauarr, IS 61 4 ! Pf -ff.... TMES I &UtUll"a'Vo5LS-22.-Ho.45: iv- i -i 1 i si i THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 22.1877. The Memorial Diplomatique of January 27 furnishes the qmi explicit statemant of the aitaation of the Turkish army that has jet been made, and probably the most relia ble. From it we leam that the Army of the Danube comprises 200,000 men com manded by Abdul-Kerim Pacha, Generalis simo of the Turkish army. The Corps of Servia and Bosnia, 100,080 strong, i com manded by Ali-Saib Pacha; tLe Corps of Albania, 500.000 strong, by Derrich Pacha ; the corps of observation on the frontier of Greece, 2,000 strong, by Ahmed-Chukri Pacha ; the Corps of Batoum, 40,000 strong, by Hussein-Tahsin Pacha; .the Corps of Erzeroum, 120,000 Urong, by S imih Pacha , and the Corp of B...

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 February 1877

1 "1. " aM. - .-rx; .. r-.' JF -. fNlfl'IVi 7 ?h-Z T . -C.--:? rf3W3S -.'-'5r?i- SJ'W .toe ? r f .C rV "f3 -,"rt3AS' T -.-Tfjir J-i li ! l ' T - - , L -- . i - - THE IiEAVBNWORTS WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 22. 1877. sfSSBBIBHHB l-s t m ! kki r--s -JS- t&btltls Sftnus THURSDAY, FEBKDAKY 12.1S77. fcOXETlIIJiC rSrXPlAlXABI-E. The action of the Senate in refusing to confirm Hon. C. W. Blair, or Fort Scott, as om f the regent of the State University, will be eomcuiiat of a tirpric lo people in general. As it has been the custom to con firm denomination of members of the op posite side for rath poahions aa regents of the State Univereiljr and representation imon the boards of charitable and other in stitutions of the State, thia may be consid ered a3 a queer jriode of proccedure, and the surprise will be considerably hishtened and intensified when it is learned that the great objection to Gen. Blair, in connection with his being a Democrat, was that he was a Catholic Perhaps und...

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 February 1877

j----Bj-p-r--i Tfc4-3acr' a-.T-., " nmtig r ; te y a a '. rkwwtwrnTZra- m ? jf. -'jrW;''n!i2SE 'iilzsll- c'v.r "i-fivK?: J" " i-V - r-Si S u--' ' - v . tj, - f -" . - " V VV- 1.4.'" 'JT'V if "" " ""' ' -- " ". THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22. 1877. M - ? ' .-V 1 l-Aan XV -42 r W-j& ---e SVaU fcCv s mK : S-Viii.. -js-.'sas.Yfc - " t THE TIMES. (ESTABLISHED, 1855.) TIE OLDEST, LARGESF CBEAPEST, Aaii Best Newspaper In Kansas. Dailr, per Year. tVeafelr. per Year -96 OO - 1O0 D elivercd la any Prt of ttc City, by Carrier, t 55 cento wek. BATtS Of ADVSSTIilNO DAILY Ten cents r line, or one doilur per a-tnarr, eacn insertion. WiJiKLY Thirty cents per line, or three dol lars per squire, each Insertion. THIS TIMES, Tjoavenwarta. Kns.. SIMMONS' LIVER REGULATOR, For s'l dLes&ei ol tie Uxor, Stomach snd Spleen. WILL CUKE DYSPEPSIA. I MUST OWN that yoar Siramoni LiTer Id gulator fa ly deaervestbe icpa'antyit butu laint-d. Asa fm ly imdicine it has no cqia It ca el my ...

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. — 22 February 1877

t rw rr "arwB ynii r i." -ii ".( tui j-'j.: 'j arj-i .. . r.T", "T ' Wr-JT-n.T' i.? vir C-'---t, i-. r.--.t. r-T -,"rri" J K!S'Vnr5'T.i-'t- 1.'- .r V -WV!kV , S. - i CSTSVau1" . ,- - v -- v r&? THE LEAVBKWORTfi 'WeEeX; isr-: K ,!L0iJ1wswswssl SetltlS taints THUBSDAY, FEBEUAKY 22; 1S77. FROM TOPEKA. THX trGELATTRE. Topkka, Pebrnary 34. The senate, lc-da-, p-wed a concurrent resolution, askicr ConcreM to gire Kansas the buildings i and rerVxtions of Fort Harler, on condition that the' state release all claims for the JVice and Indian raids. The object u to make the fort building into a reform school. ItalK) pawed the hoiue resolutions to allow Masons and Odd Fellows the use of tbp capital for the meeting of the general lodge. . tie bill to deposit the fundi of the state in 10 banks was passed by a rote of 31 toC. -0R-M AI. EcnOOLS. The bill providing for a uniform system of cotintvorml institutes was passed, and $3,000 appropriated for that purpose. iFrom Our ft- CorrajKmdai. AX I...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 1 March 1877

PPfPP --a. 7 ?S5 --'. 3r I THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES LEAVENWO&TH. KANSAS. THURSDAY. MAKCH 1, 1877. EitaUUbsa, 1855. .. Vol. 22 Ho. 46. CoutrratiT ZitaUiited Vr t OTS. Astaonv January, 1861 t rtf I3KT ffi . is" -.- ! h&t 1 - "K ?er w- -. 'i -&r'& & - WttUu MM THUBSDAY. MARCH 1.1S77. THE l'laiTiaTIAItV. There is a disposition on the part of many members of the Legislature to trade votes with our count meinlwrs in consid eration of the voting of a large appropria tion for the Penitentiary. TI.e Blind, Deaf and I umb, and Insane asylums, the Uni versity, the Agricultural College, and the Normal school, have all heretofore com bined for the purpose of obtaining large appropriation. "We are inclined to the opinion that "every tub should tand upon its own bottom." The Penitentiary is a Slate institution. It is of no earthly bene fit to our locality. It is the duty of the State to provide for its maintenance. If our legislators thoose to make no appropri ation for it ...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 1 March 1877

r5 -H?v,.y 'V-iaWFtrtTL "-VfH 5 -T V-' - iTe rs .- J".-T"T '- a. THE JiEAVBNWORTH WEEKLY 1'IMES : THURSDAY. MARCH 1. 187T. a.-. rvwiy-'TiiiT as. ,'B It II Ik- I-.S k'f;Vj, tKEwltlffi Sftnus THURSDAY. MARCH J, IS... KAIXKOAI) LEGISLATION. The present Legislature of Kansas lias done a good many things for which it de rervea credit, but it is IeavinS nndoce rornc vtrr important thing which ought to be attended to vilhout delay. I'roniinent among the measures that should be pafsed are the bills for compelling railroad compa nies to comply with their charter, and for regulating rates of freight and fare. These are legitimate subjects of legislation, they are matters thM claim the attention of the Legiilature, and ouht to be carefully con fidered and passed, at once. "We have no desire to fee the State of Kansas mate war apon her railroad-, and deny any intention of adviwngVoch a course we would have the Legislature foster and encourage, with in proper bound, all enterprises of this ..I.....

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 1 March 1877

H - ..-. sW, -- - '. V ' . sv- ,r -t THE IxfiAVEDTWrORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY. MARCH 1 i877. II -5 J rs "u. --fr-. '$?&$ --- '' -- r!. THE TIMES (ESTABLISHED, 1855.) fflE OLDEST, LABGESF CBEAPEST, Aid Best Newspaper is Kansas. ily, ft Tear. 6 OO Weeklr. per Tear 1 OO Delivered In any part of the City, by Carrisr, at 25 cents week. RT5 OF AJOVEKTUIKO DAILT Ten cent rer line, or one dollar per saoare, each Insertion WKEKLT-T-lrty cents per line, orthre. do!- Jars per square, each insertion. TJE-LE TIMES, Tavrsmworta. Ksua. SIMMONS' LIVER REGULATOR, Tor all diseases of the 1 iver, 5 tomach and Spleen. WILL CURE DYSPEPSIA. I MUST OTO that your Simmons' Li rer Itrgnlator duly deserves the i,paiarity it baa at tained. As a family medicine it has no equal. Itca-elmy wifcot a maiady I bad counted incurable tb at wolfsbane of our American people, Dyspepsia A. E. P. ALBEKT. Professor in Mchola PuUlc School, Pari.b of Terrebonne, La. MALARIOUS FEVER, Yon are at liberty louse my name In p...

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. — 1 March 1877

' Ti-MCT3 ''"'"""" - - - - " ' iW V " rf- .aa.. dLSJ'War . -e-- .w " - W -.-T-rflW , Jkf -J , ii J -w "la-- I ! " aa aslsapawaai ll I a aaailaw I a iaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaiaaaaal I II i' 7-aEaBBEBBBBBBBBa 1 " I . -IZJi La . . -" . . --. - k.T -. -tr-TEl I I It I r . ZJKK. - "7ET -BVa fsb - - ...tj -a. W- "-w J-V-- i. " TWW " fTWWW-rWTr,Ml!liW,--T.jfrM THE LEAVENWORTH WJEE&,Y TIMES : THUBSDAY. MAKCH 1. 1877. r i 11 r v &. If s l,v lt fr- - FVf ?. RteM) SJinws THURSDAY, MAKCH 1, 1S77. AOKItXtTL'KAI. COI.MWiK. TaxTlJlES by ppcclal reqae-t prints the report ol Edward Ballaine, chairman of tlie committee to visit the Agricultural Col lege. It trill be f2C1 very intercBtins reading. The tcruuUe coures for the leg Llatuie to pursue ould lit- to stop making appropriationj for it, auJ U the grounds and buildiuza and ttock tlicrcon at auction to the Light!, bidder in cash. The whole theory of a tchool of this character explod ed long aco. It may be a great thing for the town in ...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 8 March 1877

H I 5 I 1 1 .iJLi.! J t-lVJ t .k.t -A. .il4i LEAVENWORTH. WEEKLY TIMES m THE 7 A t. fVji P ' & lE ry 1 9s ia. i. f Si ., V ur rf r - Iits-blUbed, V8"-22.-Ho. 47. LEAVENWORTH. KANSAS. THURSDAY. MARCH 8, 1877. ef&EBSflS&Silfru WtAh tw THDBSDAY. MARCH 8.1877. EDITORIAL PABASH,L . -r ounmirce between A THE" "' , . ,, I u Deicg '""' the United States and Spam ThxkW.U be about fourteen ex-gover-ore in the next -uateurely the conn- try ought to be governed well. Theke is a rumor that Mr. Tilden is abot to take a triptoE-irope. Mr Tilden himself say. it is thirty-one year D he has had a rest The Democratic papers are almost a se vere upon Davis a. upon Bradley. Hecan never be their candidate for the Presidency. He has left too much conscience. Emhobatios is receiving cordial encour agement in nearly all the Southern states. It is said that during the pa.t three years have settiea in i" 2W000 persons alone. Go South, young man. Rome of our Demociauc .- , Justice BraoieT; " tie ;o...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 8 March 1877

fflLXEAVJJNWORTH .WEEKLY TIMES : jmBMSL&XMARCHtZmj. i i Wittily tints THUBSDaY. MARCH 8,16. PRESIDENT HA.TTE ISAVGVKA- Tiex. Mb Bine man can deDv, and there will be few who are so blinded b partisan passion as to make the denial, that the incoming President ha. the prayers and wishes ofthe forty million! over whom he will rule dur ing the forthcoming four year, and that the lginning of hia administration will be the inauguration of an era of good will to all, irrespective of party or oninion. President Hayes' inaugu ral address, in which he briefly out lines the policy of his administratis, is assuredly an indication of this, and he relies upon the people at large to sustain him. He Bays that he is not insensible to the great trusts which have been reposed in him, and will, to the extent of his abili ty, fulfill them. He makes no empty boasts, and promises to do nothing impossi ble. He devotes the greatsr portion of his ddres to the condition of Southern affairs, and says that i...

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 March 1877

. TTTTC LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES; SEOpXltCB. Ji d L.uiaoaa? -i aU, 1 .? - vl i i) . IS rv4 I' 1 J & $ - --,' I - THE TIMES. (Established, 1S1) Tlie Oldest, Irsoat, Cheapest add Best Newspaper in Bu , Dilly.peryear i m SeUrcSJTn a-j'l-artor the city, br car- rler, per wts.-.., RATES OF ADVERTISINC: DM LY Ten ecn ta line, or ono dollar per w.unrc r-ach Insertion. WEEKLY Thirty cent per line, or three dol lars i"T square, each insertion. j t TOIKS, Leavenworth, Kansas. SIS.M3NS' LIVER REGULATOR, Tir a'l di-easei of t"e ' ltr, stomach and Spleen. still coke uYSBiiexiA. I ilUsT O WS that your Strumous' Live Urgu'ator m ly de-eiTcthe p J a ity It Las at. tainel A a i.m 1- iu dicine it his no -qua. Ilcu I mj wifeot a ail iid 1 had eountel incur-!) e tb.t w.'lf.ta .e ofou Aua-man pc3p.C, Dj.p Pl A E P. ALISEI.T, Prolttaor in Mcho a I'ushe hciojl, l'. i.hof f rtbuune, Li MJ.LJ.KWUS FEVER-, Yoaara atltb .lyioujtmy name in praise Oi you nvJlor-1 ne,.-red by you, and reo ommndi toever, une ...

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 March 1877

mSSS mtHmri,Tii T'T" TTHE IfEAVBypRTH WtE,EKLY TIMES : THURSDAY. MARCH' 8, 1877. p? ,M ft m i. ; ri?- Kw IP T M -1 . V.. m THURSDAY. J.IAKCH fi, 1677. . Mr. WOOD UttJecWtdiJiWi'wrwr position rerg'&-?W. never leave tlie u """ lSggs5S.Ls debate on 50a m. Tlie difwifsionia .proceeding . . ... . W.l.A.nl,1' Tlirf lswt on tbe oujecuoca u "". --- of rood feeling prevails among .he mem-betlt-tiaitei Jt did through all theex- atteidance,-.-aij4; theugtlUnes are still well filled. Tlie eenale U in session waiting to re sume the count. 2.50 a. m. The debate having closed a long ditcutsion trcfe as to tbe position which Mr. Mill' resolution Aouid occupy. Jt was kuggceted hy Ut. "Wood that it it .. .;iu..n .mioflrrtd hereafter as an independent proposition, he would vote for it, but that as a rou-umw ' . ,.t tion in regard to Wisconsin, he should have . -,, "iirwt it. That counre would only- he accepted bv Mr.Mills if the house would .rw to vofe uoon it before the senate .mA linpIT- That wa...

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 March 1877

T !-,: JBr, THE LEAVE! WEEKLY TIMES . l Si . J V Established, M55. Vol. 22-Ko LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS. THURSDAY. MARCH Jo, 1877. 48. cnS v- ataear Jaaaarr, . I rwnTOTrr ! 1- e - -. I lb r Jl & tf Pi WtMu S THUEiDAY. MARCH 8. 1877. EDITORIAL PABAUB.lPns. PaV up your beU. Tm t De Jiucratic "address o tbe coun try" ben g ciiculau-d or signatures. Tue crowd in Was'iinOn yesterday wan retllv too numerous to mention. Bl'ids. is rapidly revuing since the eclll uienlof the PuB.d-r-'iiil question. 0-iguN will go well, there' no ulliog how Ongou will go oexi wuie. iltwiTT bu resigned the chairmanship of ti e national Democratic committee. The Coicgo Tima has written the epi tajih ol 1'ilden in very plain arid exceediug ly uticomplnneiitsry terms. Fhio.y hi.s been a lucky day for Mr. Haven. He was nominated and declared elected on that day Wheke are Firld, Hewitt, Gwinn, Til den, and those other lellows of whom e used lo hear so much? I'lTJUC documents fnitn Washington will ) a s free through ...

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 March 1877

THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES : THURSDAY. MARCH 15TT877: l. 3 kv tSBteftlg $ims TITUESDAY, MARCH J3, JSi. THE S" AnnpTT GAUGE. Javcnworth is waiving up to the irapcr laace of pushing forward onr narrow gauge road into tue interior of the tale, but very lew of our citizens fully realizs tbe intensi tv of fcelics that exist upon- thu Fubject timonz the i-eop'e of thosi sections that arc m U Without railroad facilitiea. Our vision- from C awlry county, who addressed the Board cf Trade Friday evening fairly ezjrcs?ed the fselinjs of the people of the onthwest upon this question vrhen they mi their hires were til bursting-full of wheat, tbat their crops were almost a bur den tj them, and their grain almost worth ier because of the want of facilities forget t'ns it to market. They have made up their ikiods that they wast hare a railroad thb nuc-h i" Fettled, but whether the outlet Hhall Iks IWTcn worth or some other point, 4 nidi an open question. They prefer to mo 10 this joint they dcire...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 15 March 1877

gggEXg; p t-li.-te ' V $1 THE LEAVBNWORTb WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY. MARCH 15, 1877. &. -rfftiw-T?n i SggSr k U K ?1 isf, TAKE SiMMQNS' LIVER REGULATOR, lor all diseases of the Liver, Stomach and Spleen. WILL CURE DYSPEPSIA. I MUST 0 W that j oor Simmons LS a Rt-gutelor ful ly deserves the popularity It lias attained. As a family med icine it lid.-, no equaL It cured my wire of a malady I had counted incurable that wolfs bane of oar Am- rican people, DjK'isla. A. H. 1 ALBEirr, Professor In Nicholas Pub 11c School, Parish of Terrebon ne, La. MALARIOUS FEVERS. You are at lllierty to use my name In praise of our Regulator as prepared by you, and recommend It to cery one as the best pre ventive for Fever and Ague In theworld. I plant in Southwestern Georgia, near Albany, Georgia, and must say it lias done more good ou ny plantation araonc my negroes, than any medicine I ever used ; it supersedes Qui nine If taken in time. Yours, Ac, IIOX. B. H. HILL, Ga. CHILDREN ! Your Reg ulator 1") ...

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. — 15 March 1877

axzxiyrj- - icsreqM - I ! i -v sjgT-m-rra . THE .LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES ; THURSDAY, MARCH 15. 1877. rii it ' ! THUEDJ.Y, MAECH 15, 1677. Vs THE PBEIE3TTt. Jaw .Mrs. Hayes iwniMi to ansraral epaJa. Cincinnati Gaiette,.Marcli S.J I anybody has taken thought ol the minor matter connected with the Presi dential uncertainty, they must haTe real ized the embarrassment of lira. Hayes. She had no timely notice of the election to en able her to prepare her Washington outfit at leisure. At last the was obliged to or der it anyhow, and came to this city for that purpose. As eho is now the rightful mistress cf the "White House, and, there fore, very naturally an object of national intereit, it is no violation of propriety to gratify the public, especially the ladies, by givinj an accurate description of the in augural outfit. It will be seen that Mrs. Hares has chosen styles and material high ly appropriate for dresses that may hare historic interest. the isacccxljx EEcrrnox dress " is one of...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 22 March 1877

lguygjjjj-yiJU r-'JI t Tm Huff t - ? THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES jtr . ,.,. -vl,M6ri!is, $ . BUUtal,a'VS?SS.-H. 49. LEAVENWORTH. KANSAS. THURSDAY.. MARCH 22, 1877. f Ceaearvative Established hX B. S. AnthonT January, 1861 r & f Bctlttl iwes THURSDAY. MARCH 22. 1S77. EDITORIAL PAKAOHAPH. GesikalIusatik-fjs to succeed Gort chakoffas tbe Russian Premier. LajGC purchases of "'' re LinS made in London for tlie United States. FREDERICK W. Sfward (sou of William H ) is to be Asaittant Sjcretary of State. Tesnkses is tilling of taxing sleeping cars. The number of Hsyes tuen at the -present time is past computation. The public Jebt is being reduced at tLe rate of about S50,000,000 per year. Two noted Democrats Lave been retired tbis ;ear Tilden and Joe CobjtD. The bonded debt of Chicago is 513,430, 000. The Vatican anuouuc that concilia tion with the prosecuting government of Europe is impossible. Okk point on wbicb l'ildeii and Tweed widely differ the latter would rejoice to bave been ...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 22 March 1877

-rv-?Zp crrf?-. v"fc-sx .-V--v-j --t! iHE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES : THURSDAY. MARCH 22. 1877. SSwWs aJiwM XHUESDAY, MARCH 22, 1S77. THE TIMES. Now that our rpring "honfe-deaniDg" is all done, we invito onr friend to come and neeua, "We hate a firmly rooted conviction that The Times is the model printing office of the West, and a walk through the estab lishment is all that ia receaaarv to conTince the visitor that we are right in thie. From time immemorial the name "printing office" hag been associated with dinginea and dirt a place where drunken "tramp." mate their rendezvous, where old paper, cigar ftumps and empty bottles most atound, where the" floors are covered with waste paper, machine grease and tobacco juice, and the only wall orna ments are horse-cuts and the imprints of the devil's inty paws. And the picture thus drawn is not exaggerated you can see the original of it in almost every town in the country. But there is no reason why a printing oGce should be any more filthy...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 22 March 1877

Jin ',i i.i.y . - vr itws- - g-vy.-H THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THtTRSfiAY. MARCH 22. 1877. f n . td -as f J" T3EE TIMES. (Established, 1) The Oldest, Largest, Cheapest and Best Newspaper in Kansas. IHHy, per year, UWL'h. ?wr VMr . . -' DelHerudlnanypartortheclty, by car rier, per week . RATES OF ADVERTISING: DAILY Ten cents per line, or one dollar per niunre, rach insertion. WEEKLY Thirty cents per line, or three dollars nersouare, each insertion. 6(0 100 5 THE 17TH, St. Patrick's Day Celebrated by Pontiflcial High Mass in the Morning, And a Sumptuous Banquet, at Catholic Hall, in the Evening. TIJE TIMES, Leavenworth, Kansas. TAKE SIMMONS' LIVER REGULATOR, For all diseases of the Liver, Stomach and riplrcii. WILL CURE DYSPEPSIA. IMUSTOWX that your Simmon!.' Liver Itegulator ful ly diwrvn the popularity it has attained. As a family med icine it has no equal. It cured my wife of a malady I had counted incurable that wolh liane of our American people, Dyiepi. A. E. P. ALBERT, Profe...

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