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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 22 December 1870

THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, DECEMBER ,22 1870. 14- K cxmoBXKioirAir mt Cssrtavrhara kcfare taw " at (tike CalUsf fttate. Wabhisotos", Dec. 15. All o'clock, the Senste, on toimot Mr. Schurx, lookup me rewiui."" . by tbst Sector yeMerfij, CT "" AW of the removal of all pottic.I duqualific tioos as won as the imperative public ne- nty which dialed mar ur Mr Schnrx then delivered an sddxews of iinrmnal leneib. to whicn we aeriaie with marked attention. He reviewed the W..U . . f. ffl I Vrdfhe' 'vrho" had acted with him had been denounced a trait- ore to the llepubhcan csuse. ineinwner ence. at the nolicitation of hu colleague, Drake, of the National Executive, by which the State contest can acquired more than local interest, w the sur.wi.ient defeat c.r the President with all hi inlronsje, and 1 the tri umph of those very principle, on which he had been elected. The pnilobilitie: of the formation of the new .... nnrulM and the ttruMiecis of r,. in the Civil Service and Iteve...

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. — 22 December 1870

THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1870. THE WEEELY TIXES. 3.871. 1871. PROSPECTUS DAILY & WEEKLY LEA VEX HOKTII T I 3. BS The increase in the circulation of the Daily ami Weekly Times, has, leixn, in the scar just closing, unianlltlel in thenn Icriur history of ita growth. The iniii;T lion lee tliu Suite for the year u also without a ttrallcl in the settlement of any other new , Jute In flu Union. Since the first of la t January we have ailJeil nearly oi.e hunJreil tier ecbt to the vittiiiW of our iojle our citizen. Within that iieriwl we hae mure than double the circulation of the Times. It is the ambition of the publl-hers and i... -r .t . . :. :, ... .. .i.,.:. suiiuiec-iejn cei me iijh.-, as w e-f iw" ... i-i r determined jmrjeo-e, to make it the l'-tr of I lie best leaieera limited in tlie nw. We challenge for our Forty Column Weekly, Couijiarihon with the largest and leot Week lies piiblinheil in Chicago, Cincinnati or Su Lotus. To Mill further cuiiilias...

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. — 29 December 1870

4.-1 THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES. XEAVEXTVORTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY MOKNINGr, DECEMBER 29, 1870. NO. 52. VOL. XV. WtAl ams THUBSDAY, DECEMBERS. 1870. illE LEAVENWORTH TIMES. DAH.T HO wTEaXT. nl.uf.sl PAPEB IV KANPAH. i-apsr of inn City ana Conntr. .lis) . s . J 00 . 1 00 aty- ,. y ! X Months. . -opy three month. r.Vlin.I bv lb Cuner la IbwCHy. I' pr one nonio. livtsnta l-r week. vtnir: -41 00 7, J oo- .-. o-lMel.aa loclub. e All bso-vs snould be adin .1 U THZTTMES. Min1b Kanst. oU-irk-..-. II IS N(iw araaar TtTi:i'lTW- There i to I a Suite Printer elected the cumin; se-i-i f the IRiIature. It i quite well known that there are three promi nent candidate for that office the Stale Kmrd, the White Cloud Cnsandthe 0 Mioumllk. The brst and the last arc ib-ii-hed at Topeka. Everybody known that the Chief U where S.l. Miller dwell', and wheiice he scintillates, once a week through the suiierineumbnit atmo-phere of Northern Kansas We would ax coon vote for Sd. ax "any other man." But it i ilan...

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. — 29 December 1870

THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1870. SSteeklji ame3 TiintM.w nr.t r.Mr.Ki: -.., isto. 1.a.w:esCE is again aitatm; for a free bridfre. Geoiigia advices indicate a Heptiblican victorv. A testimonial to James VT. Hale, the father of American cheap iKista;e, is afoot. Tlio Cologne Gaxtie tales the daily cost of tlie Franco-German war at $750,000. A M? Oceanic cable is to be laid neat sunitncr between the chores eif Rhode In land ami VTales. Senatoii Sherman, on liehalf of tlie Fi naiice Committee, has rejiorted against the tffical of the Income Tax. Gov. McCiXJin has aji-minlc-d Hon. D. Y. Jectt to-irvc in jdace of Mr. DraVe, for the remainder of that gentleman's term in the lT. S. .enatc. The Chicago Tribune attack (secretary Itoutwcll'ii financial j-uHcy. Diminished Ubl aiid appreciated K-curitics arc hard facts to ignore. The election of United Slates Senator by our State Iegulature, will take place on Tuesday January tilth, 1671, the daya-i-I m tinted by law. 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. — 29 December 1870

THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1870. TAXES. Mrrllas i T.wa)lr. , . i.. .,;- .f the '.Xhu inrf- brSe .1 - ..1 ... ,.f llir Tuwnallip of onion 01 iik: wi .-- : Kr., uiKfcrtlie pir." ' uVibs " omsidcratiou ihewJiwng. ?"" 'S ".iMar. Win. Wi.ilkr a. (...simian, Mr. R &.- "- '" lm, inaipmuW anJ td ing . ' considerable KsLt "'sp'jfJ'S1 taxes in I-caven-ortli Gsniljr. . ,. w" r" .,w.J I'T Hie Cli-iiri.ian, who in liw ".aunt anJ, initnitaMe A3-, illu-tratol Low rins ami "diiu" ai..ndil the liWic n ant. uionlerl'i Have tlieir un-nw aliztL. . , . Other R.tlenien wl.Ir.l the robins, all upiwiin; a .lewnniiali'"" fin.! ...; rraaedT for the nionstroiia efiL .... Aciminittaeofllirre was si.tiointr,, t .Iraft n-Jutiom. The-oui.iilt j,m- i ..r.i. r.,ll,.umi- "iitU-iuen: J. lur- . .r lr IlunL E. K Acliin n, ii..rt iini- t.iwntpl the tullowiii" I ami imuimioiis; ss' f Iho ntr within three months to again grant the righ of way m order to get communication north. The Judge sa d...

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. — 29 December 1870

THE IiEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES : THURSDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1870. THE WEEKLY TIMES. 3.371. 1371. PROSPECTUS DAILY & WEEKLY LEAVE HlrKTII The increaac. in the circulation of tlie Daily and Weekly Times, has been, in the ear just cloning, unjaralleled in the an terior history of ita growth. The immigra tion to thia State for the year U also without a tarallel in the settlement of any other new iMate in tills Union. Since the first of last January we have added nearly one hundred r tent to the number of our people our citizen. Within tliat tierieid we have more llian double the circulation of the Times. It la the ambition of the publishers and conductor of the Times, as it i also their determined tiurjiose, to luakc it the ler of the best paiers printol in the WVt. We cliallenge for our Forty Column Weekly, Comparison with the largest and lot Week lies published in Chicago, Cincinnati or St. Ixiuii. To .till furtiier emphasize our purt-c, we promise our Kansas readers that the TIMES tha...

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. — 6 July 1871

w?j m '-" - - v- ' i LEATENW X ' I r- . ?& :?ySt a-; !.; OBTH vVEE&Y TIMES THE W ) 14 e cf ,, n li V ',1 Unfrnllir r.lidIIhet by) l. hV. AnltMtfiy. Jo". IWn. Icf kin iimes TBLRSDAY, JULY C, 1871. .A MMB HTART Frank Blair, Jr., favor the new depar ture. He is a progressive Democrat through out. To Ue mire he progressed backward in 1868. but now he is progressing forward in fine style. Probably, after all, he took his step lackward only in order to get a good start. poetic jnrritE. 6ol. Miller's White Cloud Chief comes to hand in a new drew. It is a splendid look in natter. "Who are interested with him? fh the Chief intend' to le up toT will bob lie evident it may be mischief." W hoi.- hewill not attempt to "extend it the State." IHCHUSKEE JIEUTRAI. I.AMB. The settlers opposed to Joy, in Cherokee County, are railing a large fund to fight him with. They give the following note: "One day afur the date on which the Su preme Court of the United States shall decide the tale 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. — 6 July 1871

: -i 1 1 i ji. i -- 51 k I 1 fli m fe IS&uhln States THURSDAY, JULY 6. 1871. DISTIXGIJISKF.D VIMTOKS-CHICA-; A KOCK (SLiU t.kltKOAD. YrsmdayF H Win-toi.. Pr.sident; Jog. N. Burnt, V w I'.tIi!i !, s-' F- M. Sey mour. E-gI rd the 1 1 ids" A. S jutbwest crn Unlroad; Illicit Kiddle. Siijurliitendent, anil 11 II. J.1ii"-i.n, Engineer nf the Rock Island Uiilniad; D. C. II-io-, K ., ofthe Railwav i;; Jude ASUr ami Sheriff Belt, of.PIaite,Couiiiy, were in the city. The imrBJc of their i-it was to examine the eab-:rcc:urc of the Kansas & lli.ouri River KJIroad Bridge. The party, accompanied by George R. Hints, Presi dent, and A. 31. Clark, Treasurer of the Bridge Company; Harvey Edgerton, Direc tor of the C. &. S. W. K. R. Co., and others, rode up to the bridge. They were fully sat isfied with the work The party then madt an examination of the proposed routes by which the various companies were to have the right of way through the Government Reserve, after which they visited Gene...

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. — 6 July 1871

THBiIJUVENWORTR yJTEES&Y TIMES : THURSDAY, JULY, 6, 1871. -. $ & A it ? Wttkh WW I The laflaeace ! I We copy, for the benefit of our Learen i worth readers, the following: . m Life liecomes more harmoniouK, it beats , with a keener puke of enjoyment, in the TBLBSDAY, JDLY C, 1871. presence of pretty women. -After alia - charming little figure, a piquant little face, is ' the best remedy for half the ilia of exigence, UnmimUi rrrlCBta. j worries, ita vexation, ita dullnexK, iu Peraorw who believe the shipments of I diappointmenta. And even in the larger freightovertheKaIcIyi-d beauty, U. ita connection, west and aontli, exceen inw Uoge of stapj(ityt fa j at ,, ntfi an from Leavenworth can aauwjr.uieiimeivc'-io ( atmwpliere of repose, a genial inouence, the contrary by rimph looking at the figure preaenteil by the Company' book. During the month of May ll- r-nitniicnH were a follow: From Isjavenwortli.. ' Kimu City.- I'oundi. . 4,600,000 .2,100,000 In favor of lAarenworth.. .2...

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. — 6 July 1871

p- 3?Hli iaU-VjENWOBTH, WXBKLT T3MB8: THDKSDAT, JTJLY 6. 1871. 9 H K Meekls iHintes THUKSDAY, JTLY 0. S71. The Pleasant Bldge Celebration. Tlie jieople of the aborc named place way be proud of the wioceot they achieved in cele brating Indejiemlcnce Iay. The time for meeting at the School IIou-c was -ct at 8:30 o'clock, and at an early hour plc com menced jiouring in from every direction. The na..jnal ralutc began . -omptly at daylight, and wan kept uj) thronga the day. An accident happened to the l ece of artil lery "Our Hen.-ley," which prercnted her transportation to the ground", hut die kept up her Eoi.-e a lialf-mile off. The land arrived at 11 o'clock, when'the procession moved to the grove in the follow ing order: Fort Leavenworth ISrasa IJand. Common School, District -o. 4. Koiind Prairie Lodge So. 59 J. O. G. T. Union Sunday School ro. CO ilouml I'rairie. Citizena generally. At tbii time a great concourse ol iieople had arrived, and the extrci-cs of the day were regularly oj...

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. — 13 July 1871

VSt - WEEKLY TIMES. THE k- LEAVEWOKXH, KANSAS, TiUKSLAY, JULY 13, 1871. Iw-snerrame latbliel J I D. K. Antbonj. Jn. IWSO.) ll.ni-: "Vol. slabIlsa4l.lS37.1 SO, Ao. JJ7. 1 liEAVMWTOEtt i i n. k-f- s 6 i i . u Wttkl tmjs THURSDAY, JULY 13. 1871. THE St. Ioiiis IlcyuUtcanoilhvDlh report tue rejj ansa.-Pacific Stok at 151 iwB, With 15 , hU prolKrtj0, Kansas cents offered. 1ST KAB&EKT. We bear that the Kansas Central iiailroad has already bargained for 5,000 tons of iron for the Sanow Gauge, providing their pro position is acccepted by the ieople "t. A NAB HTORY. We publish the tod story as related by M. I M. Murdock, of the terrible affliction in his brother's family. It will will be read with Intent and sympathizing feelinjrs.by friends throughout the State. J just income, and thereby increase the tax upon the honert citizen who makes jurt re turns. , The evil has already grown to be unbeara- ble. The wealth of the country does not I pay its fair proportion of the taxes. The I labor...

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. — 13 July 1871

notmnMMS iiiiinin II niw im - j'jgjj (j j- THE XiBAVENWORTH WEEKLY. TIMES: THUKSDAYJHLXJL3, 1871, l wa farei- , ttaa Tlrmple Bar. Tfce MmtuwtM Wftew , f, ,! H rr. . IPMII I Mi JrTt i . cStcthla imts "BRSDAY, JULY 13, 1S71. TH BAiLBUAl) MMI"JSITIO. Ti.t County Board met yesterc'sy It was cxrsxied that the Citizens' jj - ion pro position would l-cacpejitol at once. Pj-eoehM were made by Messrs. Wilson, Einstein and McGonigle favoring llie citizens' proioition. Col. Burnes accepted it, and raid if tlie county would give them half the stock and $100,000 in bonds they would build ilie road to Tojieka. Gen. Stone, ou behalf of the K. C. II., desired to girc all the K. 1. R. stock to the narrow gauge road. We have expressed our preference! for ;thc proposition of the Assoriation, and believe that was the best. Wc hope that Ijeforc the Hoard meets this 'morning some policy will be agreed ujon which will l acceptable to both parties. If bo, we hope the Board will' submit it. If nothing is ag...

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. — 13 July 1871

THE XiEAVEJjTWjOlgrg WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, JULY 13, 1871. is x.r It ? D ' u wfelg iimcs THUKSDAY. JULY 13. 1S71. OUR RAILROADS. Proceetiaga of fke Comnty Board Yesterday. The K. P. Stock tor Central. the Kansas Tfce'tV srVKM. K. DecUMS lo Come Tkroigh Here. The Iiuanl of County Commissioners met at the District Court room JTliurwlay morn ing at 101 o'clock, President Chai.in in tlie chair. Mr. llanuon tuoveJ that a committee be apimiiitexl to cxjiifer with the corporators of the Leavenworth & Denver Air Line Kail- road and Telej;raili Company, for the pur jKweof a.-xrt.iiiiuig who are the responsible backer of the concern. Ihe motion pre vailnl, and Messrs. Hannon, Hickd and McWhirt were appointed such Committee. If. T. Glten, Esq, then auMrcxrfil the Board, lie aiJ he JiJ not liave much more to hay in addition to hat he had already said, until souse proposition had been made to the Board from other companies. Maj. AhbuU, ot Ihwoto, via present; and would probably hae addresse...

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. — 13 July 1871

sp?es " . -'-,4 s.7-WT. lcb- flHlSJliBkAVifiiiWjOltrSi SViBJSiiTiiffiSnitSXWTOi 13, 1871. I ? t Ii Is X Hcckla iltnus THURSDAY, JULY 13, 1871. The Kansas City what that town can give it Ui. patiers vol to know Io to be saved? AVe Col J-twnf the lwt authority in this sectio'. of the country says the fishing raon U over. Kailiwjaiw still occupy the mind; of the j-sople, and the great public heart beats high with hope. Let er beat, Thi-jie are now about 120 papers .rublished in Kanrew more in proportion to our popu lation than in anv other State in the Union. Mr. II. L. Newman and family arrived from Denver yenterday morning, with the remains, of their child, who died in that city. Some Itoys caught a large turtle in the Kaw Kiier, near Wyandotte, the other day, and cue Jimmy Ptone fed him the middle finger of his left hand. Boxjfnn comes out in the Ledger againrt Life Insurance. lie don't believe in any thing but Dexter, the Ledger, and hi repu tation against betting. Business was ver...

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. — 20 July 1871

Bi &iAi: 0J5 WEEKLY TIMES. .31 . .at s. ii fcxu fl a L.EAVEJN WOK1H, KANSAS, 'iiUliLAl JU-LY 20, xo (naeriiellte- i:atablli.sUwtfeT) , , B. fc.j.tnlbVBjr: Ju. IMl.J TlaiCsbaUlaft,ISra.T Yal.2,Xi.2S. f JJL. I rAV x i Lt AilSla. LBLrBWWOBTH S r W r Vh i B- ' -- -- ' - J0 T Tfl v k eawsirew -!-.-? r.lir,Trl..v' .MLiml - - EJ)fFj0.Lr5187-1, " ir-a vu Jo .XU-13 f - Mr. Elizabeth. Oaay-Staatoo spoke at Piatt'.. Ifall, San-Frawheo, on the lOUi in, to au auJienceoT 1,800 jseople. Full houses greet the lrtiiirerew.svery'.iwaMoniothe" Pacific UomI. .j- 3 ' . . j i b IX r.HfJrT. -J - Iteavc-tiwbrth rs goirig 'rmo'''Uie,rsillTiS! business in' ramtrt.IhnSpkan Comltf JJe imbltrm. - '- J-4 j J ' If early every pajier in the State speak in J avor vigour ciij, .except me ,n.tuiiion CAoamum. .Journals located in : towns en tirely off our proponed line of roadsj'and in Cut on competing line?', wish leaven worth success. Bat the CumptdiiJ 'a jujI happy. The Pfala)taatrjlewTrk tlty, Wh!t. Col.l. Hor...

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. — 20 July 1871

mnmmmm'Bmmm -? IHE JLfiAVJBLNWOKTH WJBBKLY T1JOC8: THTJXIAX, 20.1871, .-- s j3 7t l& m r Wtdlu SCimjcs , nut. THURSDAY, JULY 2f, 1S71. GOV. IIOKI'3IA The Governor of New York deserve? credit lor the inanly manner in which he proclaims that all men have rights and tliat they should be protected and peace preserved Tecoiseii Shekmax and Phil. Sheridan were in New York "Wednesday, and had the good fortune to learn by j-eronal oberva tion of the evolutions 01 Cui. Jiiu. Fisk, and his brave corjis, something of how rcil fields are won. von would only tell the truth you could keep od. The js?ople of Leavtiianrlli don't want to harm you Ifvtsi want any "pea- cume don, we will .ell thi-m to you low, for ca.-h. So ilon'l worry. ll.c f.tct that you rave so li a niaduuu reminds us that it U our duty to do all in our jiower to quiet your trouhled brain, and in order to secure an early restoration ofyour faculties to their normal condition, we must in-irt on your prompt retraction of the fal...

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. — 20 July 1871

THg EBATEKVOBTH.yj!EKLY TIMES: THCBSDATJULT 20.1871. h 1 it u f K etittg 0inus THUKSDAY. JULY 'JO. 1871. Mammoth Cave Tbe downfall of Kan sas City. w Tmk ladie of San Francisco wore fan oo in 2d in. Ixm said Usat Camp BcednKMMun cwo aacscesnext month. Tmk colored Methodists of Lawrence are bulling a duirrn. A tkavcumu oealist mar truly be called an ve-tinerant Asiciaa. . Peachch are iu market in cumideraUe quantities. They ate aot cheap. Thf. Board of Director of the tienaan Saving Bank will elect a Proudest next week. Vgoetable gardeners are hoping that there may be no more rain. Potatoes have already anflered severely. The river U falling slignlly from in high estate, and Uie sand bar peeta out in sunt. Farewell, June rite in Jul. Wscaaoalaccouat furthepromit sup- imaaiii nf thf VrtYnrir riot by the fact that Lasher wan there. Somebody atarted a report that cholera prevailed in Denver. It turned out to be nothing bat chalk. Baowx, who Mole Dr. Houston's hone, was yaaterday noaad o...

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. — 20 July 1871

y-- "lir'W rTTTISyyiSiRSSSTjygffri wy-v- THE JLEAViamOB.THIWI2HHiY TlMBSi .THDBSDAT.lJUET 2G 1871. 3 r1 !- Tttltclila ims THURSDAY, JULY 20. 1S71 it j?iYe- the najncs ar'l rc-idtfia.' r 1,700 for mer student, al! u-wjtr .nformation alxiul the variou de-2jtoients rl tlie echoed, ami i mailed free b tldrc-ing June"' (tu-in-rcial College, l. Louia, Mu t OUR SCHOOLS. Tiie prosperity of the Lcaveuwortli Coou ty Schools is not excelled in any other sec tion of the State. We are indebted to County Superintendent J. K xJaiiseruiari for tlie fol louin rcjiort. Xo ofschool Histnctsouuidecifthe city 7o No. of i-s hool District inainululii;; spring tennGl No of School District- protAsim; to havefrotn fire to seven mouths till aud whiter term No. ofschool visiu niadeby th- County suter u- dent since he came into office in January V One hnlfof ti'eSuperintenilent'B time ha been cctiiic-d in visiting schools' a- contein platnl in tlie law. Ko of examinations baid .... Gcn. Geo. A. Cctek U in Xcw Y...

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. — 27 July 1871

WEEKLY TIMES. &M. ft i i X, CMWrtallK B-ssasMisBMsa' by 1 m. . AalbMr. Jul. IM1. J LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS, iMUltoDAY, JULY 27, l7i. Til ' i I. 9a, Ma: 37. Vd i THE . 7 ir fu j II. '? 7 :i ? fflrtMl fiats IHTJfiSDAT. JULY 27, ,1871. L! -not mttjati es. Ob Ik 18th last, welafl Leavenworth in eauipauy wflh'MavgraattBan and Mr. Edgertoo, on a visit to the railroad men of Chicago. We went to tee, hear and learn all we eould of oar railroad interests" and prospects. We called ,at the office of the Chicago A Southwestern Railway Company, and talked wkh President Winston, Vice Pres ident Barnes, Secretary Aller, Mr. 1L H. Courtwright, director and builder of the road, Mr. Syjuiour, Engineer; Mr. Cook, Vice President, and Mr. Riddle, Suiierin tendent of the Chicago A Kock Inland rail road. The informed us Uiat they would not ac cept the proposition made hy tlie conuty in its present shape, hut if it was ho amended Mil to include the right of way through the city, they probably would accept ...

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. — 27 July 1871

WEJukU- aiMJEB: AY, JpiiT 27, 1871. C V & TJttE UAVikiNWUli'li it $ )i .! I r n I 1 n r I I SlccHg im8 THDBSDA-XrTJLt 27. 1871. The Chicago Journal says that the Kansas Central Bailroad Company, narrow gauge, hmalnady contracted for large amount of iron. THE STATE FAIB- The Topeka people axe active in prepar iag for the coming State Fair, having al ready appointed some of the most important committees. The grounds are being fitted up in grand style by the efficient officer of the Association, and as our neighbors at the Capital never do anything by halve where the reputation of their dry and the State is at stake, we may be confident, thai with the aacnificent crops and unparalleled prosper' itr of Kansas this season, the State Fair will be a great success. EXCOCKAGIXO. Thebrighteningprospectsofourcity have instilled new life into all branches of busi new. The railroad question has been freely and fully discussed, and all have arrived at the conclusion that all three of the prop...

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