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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 17 January 1878

gP- -HjHI J5,l.ir" THE LEAVENWORTH WEEgllf TIMES, THURSDAY, JANUARY 17, 1878. SIX PAGES. ir-&r.fr'-Sg-rRK ,rt,v if i i! .1 i Mullg Sunus THURSDAY. JAN L'-VK 17, 1S7S. lFrom Saturday MorslnS's Dally. Br.-LStv. lu lie btorc. Is steadily Increas ing. ISrsiN-ESS was quiet In the Probate Court, yesterday. Tn t letccU e are busy on what they tenn a "big case." Tlti. IJlilpullau Coinedj Company are play In St. Joseph. l;iiMMb setting better in the olllcesof Justice of the lVace. owl'Ai:ATl .i.i few drunken men are mvh on the felni'tn now. Tnti:i;ua.s only one petition tiled by the Clerk of the District Court J esterday. The jioorare the only ones we hearcpeak in grateful terms of the warm weather. TlIKKE have been o few Are alarms lately that the boys of the department are Brow Ins lusty. Kailmkils who were In the city yesterday. say the loads In the country are lmprolng mpidly. The several Kcret organizations, in the city have selected as a general tiling, good othcers lor the ensuing...

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. — 24 January 1878

3 LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY THE o TIMES I L L EitaMUbed, 1855. I VoL 24.-3TO. I" f LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 24, 1S78. f Ctinsicrviulve Established by D. it. Auttiouj, , J.nuu.irj, 1SG1 dUecItln ggimts I tmimoSV OK WITNBsbES DANIEL It. ATHON x . yoa- office for any of those hand-bills and If "" .... V I ' ..i.i ,r,. tilrl anil mm? liV lllm aQl) TOUT CHARLES II. MILLEIL J i jjefendant asked the court to lnstiuct the i-t.nrlcs IT. Miller being duly sworn. ku- wimtM loai ueue-ou nuiia -- -f, inane ."" -- e, t , .,., ,,. mrrlmlnate himself. I ... -i. r...inn, fnr nnhllshlni and clr- a miction and answer from this deposition, 'V,'""J""rt hill thathas been present- .. .....e, .... uhMher Mr. Miller came w i tuiai.us ""----,,, .fh fl, THUKSDY, JANUARY 24, 1S78. m fnllnuH? Ci Are j ou the defendant In this case? A I am. Q-Col. Anthony Is the plaintiff? A Yes sir. . . . ,. , cji-tatc if yon did not aid and assist in CUlng printed a paper that read like this? Defendant objes-ted as inco...

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. — 24 January 1878

-r" - i-i; mtKrsr v --;. S- - -1T ,v"; -T .5 ,, -w- . !' 11 f r h in 1 ir If Vi ir; i 7 - o 4 F m lb ft ? ' L " -J.--" THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES ; THURSDAY,- JANUARY 24, 1878.-SIX PAGES. f$Lnl Whites 1 TKUESDAY, JANUARY 24, 1S7S. pi2ir.i.ii.sro nnncunit. "lion. Xf. A. 1'hillijw, member of the House from tliis district, and now recognized as on2 of the ablest advocates of the silver dollar in the National Congress, recently wrote a letter to tlie Ilev. Henry "Ward Leecher, in rcplyto that'gcntleman's sermon on finances The letter was published in the Chriilian U.rion, and is copied in full in our columns this morning. Let no reader of The Times fail to give it a careful perusal. It is one of the ablest papers on this question that has yet appeared, on cither side. The opjionents of the silver measure admit that Mr. Phillips gets the better of Mr. Ilccchcr in the discussion, but account for the fact by saying that Mr. Phillips has given the matter a great deal of study, while Mr. E...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 24 January 1878

THE LEAVENWORTK WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY,. JANUARY 24, 1878. SIX PAGES r ' I . ,-., i i .V 4.; i. c ' CITY NEWS. From Thursday Morning Dally. Last night was clear and irosty. IiNE weather for private mrti. . Akothki: grand bul -' The streets dried uirs,. ...., ., .-..i rday. Uoinkss. It s tting better at tlie factories. Tut: river hi unite low and nearly clear of Ice, The school teacher wire imUJ oC yester day. MAH A is being delighted with a sleighing mow. 1 urate is talk of an advance ia the price of fc usury. Muck trials are ngain getting common among the young men. A iosr child 9i ,kkiti up jeslirday and taktu tfl the police station. The .St. Joe Herald appropriates oui local Hems itliout j;l in rnillt. i:fixth.i-ixt..iii-: ilrfhtatthe jxiUce Million last l.irl.t.i' te veo'cock. TliEcoiitnictlurripalntinstlie county Jail waaWHnlly-t'nNy to Madden &. llio. The receipts in County Treasurer' office yesteidsy. amounted ton trifle over SleJOO. AximnK balmy day like yesterday will b...

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 January 1878

riMKJ ll'l.lll THE LEAVENWORTH WEE SO, Y TIMES, THURSDAY, JANUARY 24, 1878. SIX PAGES. i- M Km i: h I i j E? -fl CSi - c 4t5r 1 L& - MttUv Stes THURSDAY, JAXCARY 21, 1S78. - . ' KUVU An miss-iuill ASSOCIA- AA.f ribi.'n. The annual meeting of the Kansas and Missouri A-ociatl Press for the election of directors and the transaction of other business was held at Tnn Timi officeV'es tcrday. The following person were elected directors : Col. John A. Martin, Atchison Clfinjrion; Col. I). Wilder, SL Joseph Ilercli ; Jud;e S. A. Gilbert, St. Jo-cph Gautie; Col. I). K. Abell, Kan-a, City Journal; I). M. Mumford, Kansas City Tunes; Col.T. II. Amiable, Fort Scott Monitor ; Hon. F. 1. Ilakcr, Topeka Commonfcalth ; Judge T. I). Thaclier, I.airrcncc Journcl and D. It. Anthony Leavenworth Tuns. Col. John A. Martin wis re-elected presi dent and I). IJ. Anthony re-clecttil secretary and treasurer for the ensuing year. The proceedings were harmonious and retorts t-howed the prosperous condition of...

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 January 1878

v; . -!.? li THE LEANWORTH WEEKLY TIMES, THtJRSDAY, JANUARY 24, 1878.-SIX PAGES. r- r - f - Hi .1 W A, t'w 4' : r- n ft it l L. THE TliYIES. Established, this. The Oldest, Largest, Cheapest, and Best Newspaper in Kansas. Rally, per year is 00 weeKiy. per year , 2 W Delivered in any part of the city, by ear ner, ier week 23 RATES OF ADVERTISING: DAILY Ten cents per line, or one dollar per square each Insertion. WLKKLY-Thlrty cents per line, or three dollars er square, eacii fusertlon. Addre THE TIMES, Leavenworth, Kan: Special Local Notices. A CARD. To all who are suffering from the errors and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak pew, early decay, loss of manhood; Ac., I ill oend a recipe that will cure you, FREE OFCHAKCiE. This great remedy was dircovered by a missionary in South America. Send a pelf addreved envelope to the Rev. JosEni T. Ixmax, Suitum D. Utile lloiue, Sea York City. hept2S-od&w "German Hyrup." Xo other medicine in the world was ever given t-uch a test of its c...

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 January 1878

-"T 4 T . THE LEAVENWORTK WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, JANUARY 24, 1878.-SIX PAGES. '.' N JUontlnucd from Firrt Page and contempt for the cowardly puppies who originated it. 5v- theirrevolting and loath tome circular they have turned the tide of popular indignation at Anthony's course list fall, from him, and against themelvfR u jth two-fold fervor. Council Grove Kc publican. Yc received, yefttrday, two hsndhillls in aa envelope addres.-l in a disguised hand, and without jo-t-mark, tlioe bills embody ing a scurrilous and violent attack on Col. D. li. Anthonr. of the Leavenworth Timej. The man who writes a tcurrilous and abu sive letter anonvmou-.lv has lone been held, in the general judgment of mankind, to be a cowardly scoundrel. The man who issues an anonymous circular, assailing the char acter of another, is just as mean, as coward ly, and as imamou. The circular issued in this instance isut Ctcrly unworthy of the siiguteet attention. It is accompanied by an appeal to the edi torial' ...

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. — 31 January 1878

XT - f-""'Vii. mim-JM WEE ENW r s 1 Jl. JT"?5, I IjWJ in fjfy JXlJJJ ua w K. LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 31, ISTS. f Conservative TtstahtMbnl Tt I II. Ii. Auiliuuy, J.iuii.ny, 1st FUahlisbed, 1355. I VoL 24-So. 4l lst,l a 17s, AV NT I if LJI V 3 f h , a fMtlg ipmi THURSDAY. JANUARY 31, 1878. riiurrxeKitiTOHMLJUD ciakv. Judge F. G. Adams, Secretary of ihe Stale Hislo icxl Socieiy,writo.us that Judge S. D. Lecoinme, of thisciiy. has prom Ised the soc -ely a pajter on the first Kansas Ter-iO -ial judiciary. Judge Ix-oompte was a member of that fi -si court, the judge having teen apjtoinled by President Pierce in 1851. MirAi.i.i Tin: ucsr. One ol the oldest New York bante.it, iu sieak ugof the laie number of recent fail- u lea in the Ex-t, says that almost everr one bring Ji light some nw form of deception or fraud. Thin would seem to be an ad mission that all the rascality and repudia tion of the ttines are not conSned to the Ve,L m:i:i ni:. puiivisu. The laiest innova.ion i...

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. — 31 January 1878

' ITlMFl m dmi"l3BMHBjL-i r w l! j M -Trrrrrrrr- rrru. vikiTiSi-v-iiutr THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES t THURSDAY, JANUARY 31, 187S -SIX PACFS THUESDAY, JAMJAEY 31, 1S7S. " TRX CO.VL OJt. A correspondent writing to the Td'yajJi, at Houston, wants to know why that city i canrot npu its streets with coal oil if it can't afford to pay for gas and the same cdbtaidrum in hereby propounded to the Jayor tnd City Council of Leavenworth. If cur city authorities have permanently jpven np gas let them consider the proprie ty of lighting up with coal oil. Coal oil light i not as good a gas light, but it U immeasurably better than the Egyptian dartnes in which oar streets Iiave been cn ,ve!ojed for the lafl six or eight months. The condition of the streets of Leaven worth at thw time with the mud and the darkness is a disgrace to the city, and the Ieople feci it to be pneh. The injury that 5. .1 ...I ... e -, - .," u noes io uiecrouu oi me town, in tne e-u- together. inaiion oi every ttrangtr wtio...

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. — 31 January 1878

THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY, JANUARY 31, 187S.-SIX PAGES. im W. 1) h ( Watlh uu I'M, v T1ICKSDAT. JAXUAUY 31, 1S78. CiTY NEWS. Tiik river was tilled again, jcsleiday, with floatim; la. P.oplenie not Retting married as much sia they did Wiien the cold weather was; bet ter. Tlie work of grading tnu levee fotUienew Kansas. Central tracks, and df pot U progrcss liiS rajiidly. u.su one case appeared before theFolice Oiurtye-lerday. It amounted to a three dol lar asauil and battery. THE Chicago, llock Island & IViciflc Ios fcenuer train due here at loiU o'closk, jestel day morulni: wi f.ur hours late. ATKDINU tirein an old frame bui'tllus on north 'liilrd ttr-et, iies.rlhc corner of Kicka poo, created Minic excitement yesterday. Tlibair unclear and pure jesU-rday fore noon but toward eventus the Hind t;ot around in U' ooutli, and betokened more r.iu. Ovli oncivrrest vvaslio'iked on the jxillce Ma eisM nlgnt at ten o'clock. Tliat IKr olu Mor,ilnne Carrie," who ls charged itn...

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. — 31 January 1878

y&rzK' - I I .1 It !'l r r ihi . f- w THE LEAVENWORTK WEEKLY TIMES; THURSDAY, JANUARY 31, 1878.-SIX PAGES dWcuMg inus THUESDAY, JANUAEY 31, 1S7S. xiik uinxiT :ci.m or a ;tiovi 3i i:.vr. The friends of the silver bill in Congress arejiow moving in the right way that i., putting minor issues aside, and joining baud, without regard to party line, to work and fight for this one great end. And this is as it should be. Congressmen who waste their time in lighting each other, over the corpses, of dead i--ues, while the one great vital interest of the day is in Icril from the handed and bonded enemies of the jieople, will not be held guiltless by their constituents. The friends of the money jiow-r are throwing their whole Ftrcngth again-t this one vital point. Tar ty lines arc to them weaker than lines of and. Tiieir champions, whether Democrat-, I'c2uh!icans or Indejiend ents, make cnmmnn cau-e in their war upon the people; all thoc issues which have hitherto divided parties, thev put ...

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. — 31 January 1878

--. " --. -"! THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY, JANUARY 31, 187S.--SIXIIPAGES. If'1 4. h N lb in I! I? St VL l4 -I M -.' "1 -M km K! . S. l-tatuKbi-, lttij I Tna Oldest, Largest, Cheapest, ' and Best Newspaper In Kansas, i Dally, ir year- 8 03 Weekly, )ier ear Dcliv crl In an part of the Ut , by car rier, er w eek , , ,, j RATES OF ADVERTISING : DAILY Ten cent per line, or one dollar per a luare etch Insertion. WEI- hU-Thirt cuts per line, or three -o.l rs ier vu re, cact fuse-lion. A.ddr-, THE TliY.ES, l-oavonworth, Kan: THE 2QZD POTOS CURES! pja HUMP-BEYS' HOMEOPATHIC SF-.CZFICS ncen In general use for twenty year.. Evrryw-Cre proved tlie moat FE. iU.P,E, LCO0II:AI.aa EFFICIENT m-olclrics -noun. They are J list what the people trmit, savins time, money, slckiicis and s"TrInsr. Every single Mier-ICc the well tried pcracrlptlun of. an imlncit t physician. Nfc- Ceres. Cents. I FPver,Coi(rwOon,lnCTTnt!onii, . . Si 2. vvoriri-, v.nraiFetcr.Woi-iC'oiic, . . ii 2. ;-rInc-C4iHr,orTe...

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. — 31 January 1878

SS " - A VI THE LEAVJ3NW0RTK WEEKLY TIMES : THURSDAY, JAKU.AJEHS Si, 137S.--SIX PAGES. 1. - a SftuMiz SUtmjs THOHSDaY, JANUARY 31, 1S78. CITY NEVS. IF o"nSa'nrd;ya!o Ding's Dally. Tr-ADC Is looking npa l.lelna wjo.'csn o way. FsiCes of market b.uf arc gradually d c'lnlng. Tn weather was cle.tr aad waru again yesterday. lmriverJiri sen several leches "n the past few days. THEjarylntheEccker casewi decide on i -unethlng to-day. Dost fall to hear tie Xmrrow Ucvjt It. K. galop In the Orchest,al Co joe.-i. 7ilE second Orchestral Concert, ne-;t Thurs day me Slst. beats at tow A BroY. dot forget the matinee at Uie Opera .House, ttilsalternooa. It Is worth seel ng. Fiuaa cbocolate, cocoaaut and worses r"idnui.e to-day. Famell jrtroVL, MS, D&a- A riiaiaNT social par. " was crjoyed at the ru'dence or JIavor Oeo. ".11me.l1.1n iil-h. bujb.e last. Tub body of Jacob Becker, over whom there b-t Ijeen so mnca couioversy, was bu-'ed luaradny uiorohi. MtrncDl ilix w 'i s-tre n muslca. con cert at...

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 February 1878

.- tfirtr&f m "V"a ' J?- ""' -f " .c "f --vl' vs - -!&.-.-. LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES Established, 18S5. I VoL 24.-JT0. X3 f LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1878. Conservative Esinbltsned by D. R- Anthony, January, XsCt THE l r t ,.!' 'H- S -- f I if" -top . -- Htjltlji SHuus THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 7, 1878. TO BE SOLD FOK DDIT. Tlie Platte City, fair ground is to be sold, on the 4th of March, prox., under a deed of trust. Ju-tice Gifford, of llie Supreme Court, called on the President for the first time last Wednesday. The old fellow has been a little "offheretofore. co.ni'i.iznoTCD. Capt. Eads, builder of the great bridge at St. Louis, and of the jutties at the mouth of the MiasL:ilpi, hag been complimented by the President with a nomination for hono rary commisMoner to the Paris Exposition. Till KM IT I I.I- PASS. In conversation with a rcproenative of the Cliicago Timet, the other day, Secretary Sherman rxpr-cd tlie belief that the Itland bill will I tawed, with few...

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 February 1878

- ., -iv i.-r - ,-' .- i-v"v v'"" -v.--- -a j-m ' u . i,, -'H'-y-' ' "1 " fik- " -"- VL-- "- -T:w-i -':-rt 'iSi THE LEAVENWORTK WEEKLY TIME: THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7, I878.-SIX PAGES. -- --.-' -.i, It H M -"& M&M m THUBSDA.Y, FEBRUARY 7, 187S. RnilXTIIEUMOX PACIFIC PRO KATE WITH THE KANSAS 1A CIFICT The proposed action by Congress to com pel the Union Pacific Railroad to comply with the provisions of the law under which it was built and so munificently endowed, is excitinc the citizens of Council Bluffs and Omaha, who seem to think that their interests are imperilled by this attempt to make a gigantic monopoly do its duty. The Smparid of Sunday morning con tains the following card from the Omaha Hoard of Trade : Jk. CALL FOR A MASS rONTEmOX OV THE TEO C n.EOr Til E TWIN CITIES. To the Mayor and Common Council, and tbc citizens of Council l$lun"s,Iowa: The Oma ha Board of Trade sends greeting: In view of tlio pending danger to tbc znntu aTcommereial Interests cr Omaha and Ne bras...

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 February 1878

- t " - i ' n ' -J' if" 3 . THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1S7S.--SIX PAGES. M I r . i, i w ,- r ii it n Mr P f-. - wl r Vfl7U A A Ii MV .il ttin.r' by parties who are looking for s&W-tiUU lAWsUiS I Mayo hi- Isecn kidnapped an J is being he'd ' It is certainly a blrenJos to have a sate, re- iable and cheap remedy forconghs and mills nearathandat thisseison of the year. Dr. A KEWARD. asessmenL and amount of unpaid tares for the last three ears, as well as the number of1 tas-payers In the county. I i n me- tins men uiijocrnra, ino oeif gaies i WE'RE RAPIDLY RESUMING. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY , This may be -xissible but it Is hardly prob- Bail' Coush Syrup has eminently proved belni'lnstrucfed to me-et to-morrow aTternooii to Tw Hnra Tnnhrfinoc In Inhn table lhal Hie jiartles holdins him If bUch,t,lobeucUore,nw3"' I anhecourt houeatoue o'cioek. "" lnJ "lors I urnoSiOries in JOnl 7-ls7S !tneV-kWTlr..u& Tun way sci.uneman isieton are K-uJ m t " TTT, Sherman's Grave...

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. — 7 February 1878

r--3 "'.-W-'SrfA "VJ-" i' THE LEAVENWORTK WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1878.-SIX PAGES. v Y ! v. H I tj ;uia utt.cs THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1 7S. yxlixskv. orriK rsresT atio. ,11, IliWi OF KAASAS C1TV. The announcement yesterday mornir; that the First National Bank of Ksnt-as City had elided iU doors, created consider able excitement in financial and business circles in this city. The bank was regard ed as one of the strongest in the west, and the announcement ot its failure took every body by surprise except thoe who have given some thought to Mr. Sherman's finan cial policy, and to such no failure brings surprise, for failure is the only natural re sult of such a policy. By a card from the officers of the bank, published in our telegraph dispatches this morning, we are informed that the immc dia c cause of the suspension is a shrinkage of over three hundred thousand dollars in deposits, during the last few days, but the more remote through real cause is to be found in the fac...

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. — 7 February 1878

r -,.-- '-,-7-- w f J- i&JZS2 - i - . -"-J, r fiV$ "snj?s?.5?.CJ-" -.'fr ., vs : -W- -."- 'j'r''"' " tr-r 5lv -Crt.iJr--JH --a? u 'T-i .,4S5p- ' "-f -F" . a.-. 3u? '. lS'?-y"J,y''rVv'-,L 1 ;.. "r s- -n5s5r- " r.v-1 V" 1 -.. 1 THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1878.-SIX PAGES. 'vi;" fVw :4 t S a . THE TSFvlES- Established, 15.J The Oldest, Larsost, Cheapest, anil Best Newspaper in Kansas, j Dally, peryear JS CO Wee-ly, peryear 1X) delivered in any jrt of the city, by car rier, per wee- RATES OP ADVERTISING : DAILY Ten cent per line, or one dollar per aquaieeach Insertion. WEEKLY Thirty o nl per line, or three dollars ier square, eucti insertion. Address, TK TIMES, Leavenworth, Kan: CITY NEWS. From Tuesday Morning's Dally. The weather was clear and warm yesterday. The thermometer indlca d 51 above zero. Sunday morning, at five o'clock. TlIK receipts in the County Treasurer's of- Dec yesterday were about 112200. THE academy of science meeting next Thursday night p...

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. — 7 February 1878

xr- . - v -'' -' bswbjuwwwwsbwbs. BCkbatMMCMSJM " " "y"-'- tiSjj rri" ,M THE LBAVBNWORTK WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1S78.-SIX PAGES. -.- 7, I " 1 II i.i Ufcl y si MzM 8tas ,1 TAX-PAYERS CONVENTION. 1!!' TnUBSDiY, TEBRUAUY 7, 167S. From "unday Morning's Dallj. TaE weather cleared nn last night aoout nine o'clock and tho air Rrew considersbly ixjlder, a M i'l as Invigorating The friends of Mr. John 1'ainby, vrlio has been 111 near Connor Station, -will be plca!i to learn that he Is fclowly recovering. The clock at the Court Hoa-e cot out ol the way asaln a little, yesterday afternoon, and by striking, caused several people to think there was a fire somewhere. The Sunday schools are reported to be In a better condUion than they he been for years. The work Is prosresslng most encour agingly, and the attendance Is always large. Large Delegation at the Court House Yesterday and the Ques tion of Paying the Railroad Indebtedness Discussed. TOPEKA. Particulars of the Savings Failure. B...

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 February 1878

csestfOi7i WEEKLY. TIMES EAVEI T TrMWM,w,MiMP3Kaei n a eg mpi a eMaaag WORTH THE i! i! ' i! ,: v i- fe EstaMiited. 1855. Vol. 24-Ho. 431 Swklg Shwm THURSD Y. FEBRUARY 14, 1878. CITIZEN WAMIBUItNi:. Ex-Minister E. B. Washburne's lecture last evening at the Opera Hou-e ujon the "Siege of Paris " wis attended by most of our leading citizens, who expressed mem- selves greatly pleased. Mr. Wasbburnc is J Utly acknowledged as one of the leading ; statesmen of the country. His speeches j t .t I and votes in Congress and his course while our Minister to France, met with the hearty approval of the great mass of the American jieople. cnrER'nir s.vv !. n,i.uv. We publish in another column this morning the full text of the bill introduced in the national House of Representatives, by Colonel Phillips for the establish ment of government savings banks in connection with the port office, n.. . ,t i r :- l.:l. mis measure nas oeen tiKise-n ot m i , , , .. i terms bv the press of the country, and th...

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