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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 14 February 1878

5.". J i J VP f.( J -I i t I? I i f MtMi $im THURSDAY, FEIIP.UAP.Y 14, 1S78. the .sciroai.b. The spring term of the public schools commenced yesterday thefallterm closirg vrith the examinations of the post two weeks. We have not reported the result of these examinations day after day, for the reason that wc do not believe that they show anything in particular, or Rive the visitor or reader any jirojicr conception of the condition of the school'. Wc prefer to Judge by the general progress made, and by the general condition of the schools as a whole. If we judge the schools by this standard, and compare theircondition at the beginning of the present term with that at the beginning of the spring term last yean we find the result gratifying alike to pupils, teachers and superintendent. Prof. "Wherrell commenced his adminis tration by the inauguration of a good many common-M:nse reforms in the curriculum, and in the general management of the schools, the good effects of which are le zrin...

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 February 1878

lt3P3 hf, THE LEAVENWORTH WEBKL.Y TBIES, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1S7S.--SIX yAGJSS. "- . ii ni-w 11 - -Tan i r -aa-aaaaa--aa.i "-. 3Z3392EZ!3a stsjbdbbces pi i -jw.--TyM r it lis Stwttlg 51 THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1S73. CITY NEWS. From Thursday Morning's Dally. The weather was toft and threat, alng yes terday. TUKblopcn Delaware street ye-leiday was fearful. iloNEV order business has been brisk since the wealineri of the Kansas City banks. The colored jieopleeiiioycd a dancing parti al Fort Leavenworth night before last. DEI'lTTYS-IIEWKF Joit.v Horn:, Is up to his eyes In work, and much of It of on unpleas ant nature that was leltovtr from the old atluiiuUlratlou. The merchant lay that the past month has been the most quiet us regards business, no All for ten y,urs. The only case lcfore the Police Court, yes terday, was a case ol 'Suspicious circumstan ces," which was boiled down to a plain drunk aud the prisoner fined si. The work of painting and generally over hauling the county Jai...

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 February 1878

WTjIi AMmmiwM t W Wn ii. N , r F- fi I. it. T IJ . . rl: jaenB.eiFjiii iu ii'ii ii imii mi I. m ii uii n.MirriinTriiiMnm hi i lit--"-" aj.MLMi,.,i.',.,nt.gum-'-i!'ln-''ni urn i ggiBjj- w.JM -l-v.. -f f ' precautions for the safety of 1 lie !r wards. J,as, of late rear-, especially since lK.")2,and than Gflc-in jr tent, of the an:irfct cf logs An yy Conntint.riini. lTtTrtlfllt Vrl. 1 tUfU Vinrinuati Gazette. the apj:3ra..ce of John Henry Newman's ,l,at i- comnionlv harvested bv this time' iwmiiv-wa wi .) iLttiX-C i I li ($ iUliS The eo nomy of the Mongol... in thi f.0f,i tract, Xo. XC, ,-..-.,-l an influence ,. I(0cn ,..,. whil! ;n m9T llbtallCM ' l "? who vorM l tt man W,,en ,,U -- i . 5- rnlk!'-' r from u,c Sf S"jB jSSrs-'S u ,-. .1,,1 w THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 14. 1S78. ccon.OJ' -v ' 'h'c.!' ma0lf '- in sonic , char3'ct(T0f l!ie IW, and those singularly have been entirely broken up, the men I A liuc-tim. n A.icn.ton. 3ioui: :iYsn:mi:.s than" the ci:aiclei miss cam:. The mysterious Char...

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. — 14 February 1878

THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TBIES, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14, I87S.-S1X PAGES. s73eaaBEaniVBBHsssBSBse HIIH3 .l 'F . I3 U: m -sp V SE3 KILD'POWSS HU1IPHEETS' HOMEOPATHIC SPECIFICS Tcn In sencrnl ue for twenty years. Even where pro-Trd the mmt NAFi:. .XPLK, ECO.NOIICAl,en4 IIFriCIEAT medicines Uiiovin. They are Just wnat Mir retiple want, sarins tlinc, money, sickness and siun-rtiuc. Esery single Merliic the well trim pcrscriptlon if an eminent physician. No- Cnw. Cents. s. Worms, Worm Fever. Worm Colic. . . 25 r -hnf.;:':i.-.'.j''';.-"',".u" "" 7. rouslix. Colds Bronchia". . I I ! li!?,,,L,a' Tothcbe. Faceacbe, . . ,? "'dartier., Sick Headache, Vertigo, . 10. Uvpcpla, Bilious Stomach. . . . . lb ?,Pi.ed, or Painful Period. . . . 1- vvliltes- too Prorate Period", . . . . 13. CTnun. Conjh, Difficolt Bresthlris, . . 14. halt Blicum. Ervil-la. Eruptions. . 15. UhetintSltLlu, ltbentnallc Pidni, . . 16. Fercr and A cup. Chill Fever, Ague, . IT. X'llr. blind or Weedier. 14 Oplithalmy. sad bore or W...

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. — 14 February 1878

"" --. THE LEAVEN WORTK WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 34, - 1878. SIX PAGES. W 5! 15 ill 1 i 'i si jWfl iA V!W Mir mmts . THUESD-VY, FEBRUARY 14, 1S73. CiTY NEWS. f From Saturday Morning' Dally. The usual holes at either end of the Union Depot are a disgrace to the city. A laece number of sample tmnlis went out over the Kansas Central yesterday. Oceaxicax. is the namo for the streets now. This Is nothing new, remember, hut wc say It nevertheless. The storm, yesterday, caused the work on the Kansas Central turn table to be stopped for the time being. Tiik police are yet In a quanadry as to whether it is better to carry dark lanterns or enjoy the privilege!) of gas. The market place will bo supplied as usual tliN morning with green lettuce, rad ishes and other vi-getablos. The young lodge of Sons of Temperance is dolnz a good work in the city, and their membership is rapidly increasing. THE mercury, last nlgbt at eleven o'clock, caused the thermometer to say the weather was 33' abo...

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 February 1878

h&m:Smm ag - -' -w- V-V 'AT" ---&: THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES w LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1878. . Established, "55. ..I VoL 24.-Ho.-t if rromcrmivp Estnblls tied by D. It. Anthony, Jnuua ry, ism f Hi 'i i i 1 . E It . e 2:. B' SB1 .V. taeeewaty. Mchln $imai THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1S73. THE LIVE ISSUE. We look upon the renoralnatlon of Gov Anthony as a foregone conclusion. lioia We dare the rtepubllcansof Kansas to nora lnateJeorge T. Anthony a? In, with his re cent hard money reco.-d and utterances. This is an off year In politics and tho people re more alive to livinc liae than lliey were when the national ticket pulled Anthony thronh in 18. Put blm up this year, and ex-tov. r-am. Crawford, or home other Rood greenback man, wlii be il mm out of nisnt. Ktnfu City TtmtM. It would certainly be the most remarka ble case of self-stultification on record for a tieopJe who are practically unanimous in favor of silver, to elect a man for Governor who is one of t...

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 February 1878

JF- "L "- -.- i - "'we ..""ST r-' i- mt.': r- - - .- - y v w"'ji5ar"g"4!g. i-'"- " tw,m .M. :r?sr"'-p?!' v?&kZ il-el - M THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, FEBRUARY M, 1878.-SIX PAGES. -f "1 VI L it - I ' 1?, Ma-Mii Snw m TnUBSDAY, FEBRUAKY 21, 1S7S. EATJ or JEI-IUI-A-- CI..-----. Another of the pioneers of Leavenworth has passed away. Jerry Clark, as he was familiarly known to all the old settlers in this vicinity, anil, indeed, to nearly all in the State died of Blight's disease of the kidneys, and a complication of other dis eases, at his residence on the South Espla nade, in this city, at ten o'clock on Sunday morning last, after a long and painful ill ness. Mr. Clark was bora at Xew Providence, ew Jersey, on the Sth of August, 1S21, and was, therefore, at the time of his death, in his fifty-seventh year, lie left his eastern home when he was nineteen years of age, and after some ten years spent in other parts of the country came to Weston, Mis souri, where he lived for...

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 February 1878

tf THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY SI, 1S7S.--SIX PAGES. 4Bm-jsa,.iiL'i.li-A!iai-ej I w ' f i i I; I l i V- tet a " tSSmlg gHtes ESniunsDiY, febuuai.y si.ists. CITY NEWS. From Tliurwl y Mornlrg' Dally. Gen. Kilpituick Is lectunn-; iu Iowa. TitAiNson the Kansas Central came In on time JeHiilay. The wet we-ither has liml a bay .Kxl on scleral ot Uie rullio-ids. The funeral of Pope. Pius IX will take place al Hie Cullie-lral tilts morning. Anew hack toolr. Its place among thee Tiiclr&on the -streets yesleiday. Tiiaiie was fair ycsU-nlay In a local -nay until the Heather be-an to moist. A teax loaded with wood as mired on Clioetaw street yesterday :irn"noon. The further extension -f the Kansas Cen tnil road la anticipate! by the comuuy. The work of cleaning unci ri tioiatlnc the court lioue toes on u itn un:ila:ed Igor. The Cathedral bell- u -11 hs tolled to-day from 9 o'clock A. jr., until 3 o'clock i. m. Cau at Taunet's fruit depot, 2.5 Delaware htri-et, for onion...

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. — 21 February 1878

"Sir sv -- C- V "- r-r -- i r SV--- -?? ''. m.ui' i a- -S" "sKiir "V. -5 " i. -s.-s. - 'Jb THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES : TtttfltSDAY, FEBRUARY SJ, 1878.-SIX PAGES. - -- -s r --' " - - f rV f" F !i ' ?? :t -, - 4SwhIg Sfiuws THUESDAY, FEBItUAKY 21, 1ST3. 1 they threaten to go to war about it. Eng- tion, which alluded in any manner whatever land send her great iron clad fleet into the to tie question of omitting the silver dollar Dardanelles to "protect the Christians in from the coinage. Constantinople," and the llu-sians respond THE L., I- A . ASI TEXAN. IKtmsas City Journal. The attorney general of Kansas, by order of Gov. Anthonjnas brought salt In the United States court to compel Major Hcnnlng, as. receiver of the Leavenworth, Lawrence and Galveston railroad, to repair the bridge at Lawrence, washed out last .spring, and to op eratelthe road as previously, as a continuous line from Leavenworth to the south line of the state. The Topeka Commonxtxalth, in late Issue, contains an ...

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. — 21 February 1878

IS- - il-L-S "T- '3 a"JV'i ' - v s" " - 'T" .C"1' ''ftf ! v ;y ? . -y- ? ;-,rcTp'-t --.- n-Es.5s--: "x.-w? " iCr-' ' iW.;? J..-- "SK. s -PV. 4 THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1878.-SIX PAGES. J m m XcS" WV s-S T H E ST 8 M E S. (Established, isv;. Tna Oldest, Largest, Cheapest, and Best Kewspapor In Kansas. Daily, per year Weekly, per i ear- Delivered lu any part of the city, by car rier, jer w,-..i. 3 RATES OF ADVERTISING : DAILY Ten cent pr line, or one dollar per vruare ). lnsertie WKEKI.Y Thirty cents per line, or three dollar, ier square, each insertion. Addrc.g, THE TIMES, Loavonworth, Kan: CITY NEWS. From Tuesday Morning's Dally.) The District Court was In session yester day. VEBTfew people from the country were In the city yesterday. THE receipts In the County Treasurer' office yesterday were 1,000. Gkrmama Id;e, number 9, 1.O.O.F. Is to git e a grind ballon the eveulngot the 23th. Tub Charlotte Tlioiuiison troupe left J ester day morning on the Kanb.cs ...

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. — 21 February 1878

g.- Z(i ixa Lvti r . i--vr- y THE LEAVENWQRTK WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, I878.-SIX PAGES. leS w h k im V e- V B. W ! i s ft I'i I ssvi. I r i jrr 11$ ij lc ft. I -far itlt'ctHll SJiraw TJIUBSDAY, FEIIKUAKY 21, 1ST; From Saturday Homines Dally.) The local indications last night .were for more rain. Several car loads ol grain came in on the Kans.e Central yesterday. Liect. "Wetting of tho 23d will be In command at the Indian cotnp to-day. Tunr.K is talk of start ins a line of boats along Delaware street. This is only a ru mor. Tun roads In the country are to be found In the neighborhood of three feet below the surface. We regret to announce that Jud Jeremi ah Clark is seriously ill at his residence on South Fifth street. The work In the air shaft at the coal mine is progressing rapidly. The distance driven upward fitm the bottom Is now 5M feet. The average depth of mud on the streets and roads will be reported as soon as any bottom can be found to work on. J. W. Ceanceu has....

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 February 1878

- t3 c. 3 CHS- --, "v-. r-s.- r TIMES THE 17 T EAVEN JU. ;'. ! LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1878. (Comerratlve Established by D. K. Anthony, January, 1H BtaWUl.a.l55.2tHOt44 V, ri WEEKLY- W J it 1. 11 m h !s W ? vs ,V SIcuIiIb SJIteea THUtlSD Y. FEB.TVRY 23, 1S7S. OW A XK1V POPE IS IWT.1I.LCD After ihe conclave of Cardinals has elect ed one of it own number as Pojt 'he one thus chosen is at once ajiprised of the re sult by the Cardinal Deacon, hereupon he after declaring Ms purjose to accept, in the first place, cnooscs the name which, as Pope, he intend to bear. He then changes hit attire as Cardinal for the Papal robe, aecenci. the throne and bestows the benedic tion upor the Cardinal, who kifs hia hand. The ceremony ends by the Cardinal Cam crlingo's placicg upen hi finger the ring of the fisherman, which lie then hand to the Master of Ceremonies, that his new name may be engraved uion it- Mean, while the Cardinal Deacon, accompanied by a Master of Ceremonies, repa...

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 February 1878

&&&-& THE LEAVENWORTK WEEKLY TBIESi THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28, I878.-SIX PAGES. 1"VHJC m hjr t I r f I: MnMin gtim.cs THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1S7S. filTTTlXa KEA3V. Reports from Minnesota say the Fenians are drilling a St. Paul and Minneapolis Their object is supposed to be a raid on Canada, in case England becomes involved in war vvith Russia. m;.sins. Our faith etill holds that the mud will Kime time dry up, and when thst time ar rives business will experience a decided im provement. Everything indicates that bus iness, in all branches, will be better in Leavenworth during the comiDg season, than it has been for many years past. Good crops for the last two years have left the farmers of Kansas all in comfortable cir cumstances and this fact alone would be sufficient to insure our merchants a good trade, but to this must be added the impor tant fact that we are now getting the largest immigration the state ever re ceived new settlements are spring ing up all over our pra...

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 February 1878

- -f-y-i T"! ' "ji.m.m i i s-yt s- " ' u -i " THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1878.-S1X PAGES. -S5PC.-1 " rr W r i , I? t : ) I. " U lwkla Wutw THURSDAY. FEBHUAKY 23, 1878. CITY NEWS. I rum Thursday Mornins'is IMly.J TiiETia&ii.tlielK-!t adverUsins medium in Hie veu Umukixi.. tliluv es were talked of yesterday afternoon. Lent beslus this j ear, March C li, and Eas ter comes April 2L1. Lastekmi were oat In force last night. They were necessary. Tiie all absorbing problem now. Is, what shall wc do with our mud ? 8kveb tx. flock of wild geese were seen fly ing northward last nlsht. Tue office of the City Clerk Is closed at three o'clock In the afternoon. Tiiev useslto evil ui'Mrouthy Kansas." We are now able to deny the charge. Tiiikti five cut now buvs five pills of qululne, iiutup in Ave grain capsules. hut kaz. partle who ktartcd for the coun try icMerday morning, were caugh. In the mm. The trade In hogs has been considerably demoralized by the continuation ...

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 February 1878

'"-mw- r r ai ; H us i 6 u - , tMLI.JJJ.T-J- 2t'wftiir 35imt! THURSDAY, FEIJI.UARY 28, 1ST8. OPES. The ice in the Missouri river, at Yank ton, D. T., bsgan to move on the 10th intt-, and the river is now clear. - A FAT GOOSE.; Aav one curious to know 'where the money ol the Eric Railway goe?, may find a partial exjdanation of an otherwise ob scure subject in the fact that since May, 1S75, over ?400,000 has been paid to law vers. TH EVTY VC.4KS The Atchison Champion, of ye-terday morning celebrates the twentieth anniver sary of Col. Martin's connection with that journal as iU editor and proprietor. Pre vious to the time Mr. Martin purchased it the paper wa3 known as the "Spatter Sireragnf' when he took possession of it hel changed the name to "Freedom $ Champion. wo.nus's it IK I ITS. A bill is now j-ending before the Wiscon sin Legislature, one clause of which pro vides that the wife of a man who "neglects from drunkenness, or any other cause, to sup port his family," may apply to t...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 28 February 1878

wmz BSSlsI-I s?t THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TBIES, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 187S.--SIX PAGES. i III ,, f ' I II, . Ml , 1-J-l, . B T Ka3SCTrs vrr w ffiBlrjcfelg la. THURSDAY, FKBKUARY 25, 1S7S. Fiom Tuo&day Momlns's Dally. A srECiAi. train loaded with I1035 came In o er the Kansas Central yes'.erdsy. Uoiniai was fair ntuous our merchant yesterday. Tv.untv ix union c trunks were In the li isjase room :it the Union drpol last Sun-day. A FiLACTtt;s1i.alrof mules broke the tongue f A MYSTERIOUS DEATH. DIVrillCT COt'KT. A Woman Gives Birth to a Child in a House of lil Repute and After ward Finds it Dead. A Faint Suspicion TJ13I it May Have Been Poissnsd. Proceeding Before Judge Crozler Ye-Merdity. Cleveland Co-opperative ctove Co., vs. Geo. K. Itusscll ct aL DismJiMsJ as to Geo. I.ussell; default -is to Geo. E. Kusi-sU , judg tncut as-ilns: Lira for ill2J. Shelley vs. Gordon tt al. Dismissed ; costs paid. !helley vs. I.yoas. Dismissal ; costJpa!d. McKcnzIe vs. Ford tt alt Di-anls-ed ; coy'...

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. — 28 February 1878

,'Jfl THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1878.--SIX PAGES. ' ffi , iti it i i t fc'Mij inws TITURSD.YY, FEBRUARY 23. 187S. I'ronj Saturday Morning's Dally. nunnTEnioxi'SiiNh playing In Iowa. THE Lottie tronic Is Mopirins at the Conti nental. THE guards at the penitotiary have new uniforms. KnsEKVED scats at Crew & Bro'a. for the Madrigals. A sroi.r banfK-ithno dogs. Is thecblefspor of Iowa woodmen. Green vegetables are beginning to make their appearance. A utucE lot of furniture was shipped from the city yesterday. BUSINESS was very light in the court house offices yesterday. THE schools were closed yesterday In honor of the birth of Washington. A szir carpet Is being laid lh theofflceof the County Treasurer. The city Is full of tramps, and stealing is the common order of the day. A uiege lot of machinery was shipped out over the Kansas Central yesterday. THE Kansas Central is doing an Immense trade In the way of country produce. rar.ni: Is talk of establishing...

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 March 1878

&K"SSi 3SL- &i a? -.-. H't, V -X. 3s "" '.-' s-ikxb FHOPERTrW THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES State Historu L Society. F mu, kwsis. jr IstaMlsbei, 1855. I VcL 24-So. 15 f LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 7, 1878. (Conservative Establish 1 Sr I. K. ADtbonj, January, n I 3aa x, ;i U' Efejv Wittbli $itaz& THURSDAY, MARCH 7, 1878 COf.. PUILLU'V POSTAL J.AVI.CS HILL. Col. Phllliiw' postal saving bill, is now before the House committee on banting and currency, and a vote will be taken up on it next Tuesday, when, it is said, it will be reported alinoa. unanimously. This bill of Col. Phillitw is one which meets the immediate needs cf the laboring classes of the country, and ha- receiicd the approval of the najority of the newspapers of the country. It is a proud thing for the State and an honor to Mr. PhilliiH, that his bill should tlias be received by the nation, and the fact that it will be reported almost ' unanimously by the committee shows that it is a measure which will ...

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 March 1878

,V.-&KSS 1 -W"-.g, . vi aV-S-V "-" mill II, J Pin JW ill I jl m i .n,. m&txs&smntemo jr '"" "i"y - - -VJi-ij-vfm iy.svc r f THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES; THURSDAY, MATRCH 7, 1878.-SIX PAGES. li H I n V f W 1 y x i 41 Si s & l 4 Yd r Sri MuM potts THURSDAY, MAECH 7, 1S7S. rtrnnx to stop. It is a great thing to know when to stop. Many a political speaker has ruined his proppecta by not knowing when he had said enough, and many a preacher has preached his congregation away by not knowing enough to quit when he was done. And then there's Prof. Tice the best illus tration of the fact that we know of. A year or two ago he made several lucky guesses about the weather, and immediate ly everybody began to talk about him ; the public gave him credit -for having discov ered a new planet, and a new principle of natural law, and about half the people in the United States firmly believed that he could describe the weather of next month just as accurately as that of last month. Tha...

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 March 1878

--. "r J -.' z-r--. aasaJaa ere--.-- THE LEAVENWOHTH WEEKLY TEVIES, THURSDAY, MAECH 7, 1S7S.--SIX PAGES. 1 ft ii i us &jr 'Lla.: astuaa SSUuitlfi igjJim CAPMIIL NOTES. ttuJJ li.rc been cvan;ecl to the trunrdlan-Rtipcc-oant. As the paper" r tar.d cli ac- OVHR THE VC70. TflUHSD A MAUC1I 7, 1673 CITY NEWS. .Tro-n Tnur-daj Homing's Daily.! Tile street iiiuti inxl.cs 1iS apiearHnce. TuLiirtiv gain is alcirorto Kansas City olllctrs, ) ia.it ci Lix h iv i' 1 a new billiard table in li rromou Kill., .i-et- 1jiivi HseuUa.o;incaptann; the on 111; luun, lmth mar: led ami finale. l.tTeiLdt-nlertarescilii ,; corn at 10 cent vt bushel, ai.doltut rxn-.b it buLrL - WaLM was ipxxl, yesterday, on the Hn-ftis, but boating becra to be growing weaker. sierra a lar?e quantity of pla-e irassblr ped to Hie clt j ov er Ibe ICans Ceht-sl yi s terday. I&AVisciroirrit eummaint ry Xo. I 2iad an interMttii nieo.itig I-"1, ni-.ht in tlie Jl-ii-onlc Temple. A i-ji-Ti js. of the Kanwi9 Ct ntral turn-table u...

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