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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 7 March 1878

"J-, - Lv KrShr s -;fej - THE LEAVBNWORTh WEEKLY TIMES ; THURSDAY, 3IABCH 7, 1878.-SIX PAGES; M AT 1 4 i' Bt- Ocelli! $imt& TITCRSD.VY, MARCH 7, 1S7S. A SEHIOUS .111 STAKE. Thexurrent number of Saribiert Magazine has 4 paper by tbe editor, Pr. IIolxjlnb, entitled "An Epidemic of Dishonesty," which, is not worthy of a place in that usu ally excellent magazine, and we are in clined to think that the publishers will soon discover that its publication was a very grave mistake. The manner in which the paper referred to will be regarded by at least four-fifths of the people of the United States, is very truthfully set forth in an article which we copy elsewhere from the Chicago Tribune an article that deserves to be copied by every paper in the west. The editorial in Scribner's is one discussing or reviewing, the silver bill, lately passed by congress, and it denounces the advocates and supporters of that meas tire in the most sweeping terms, as repudi ators, thieves, and everything e...

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 March 1878

B5S25ES i vr T -V--,' V-'"-."' ri" '-- - WJJi? -; .S SiV-s-j, -.f , -j- r. r ' iVf THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY, MARCH 7, 1878.--SIX PAGES. P i m ! M E S. liUbllsUed, 1K5. Tho Oldost, Largest, Choapost, and Cost Newspaper in Kansas. Daily, per year. SSV) Weekly, iwryear. 2 00 Dell vored Il any part of the city, by cur rier, ier w !? RJ.TES OJ" ADVERTISING: 25 OAIIA Ten cnts -Ten cents j-r line. 6r one dollar per san ro otcli Insertion. WW:K.L Thirty cents tm-: line, or three dollars per hqnare, sich Insertion. .VuJres THE T!f5ES. Loavonworth, Kan: Special Local Notices. A Keiitle Hint. In our ftyle of climate, with iu sudden change of temperature rain, wind and sunshine often inlcrniingJed in a tingle dy it U no wonder that our children, friends and relative are ho frequently taken from Ui by neglected cold, half the deaths re sulting directly from thi4 cause A bottle of Ikccjjce'g German 5yrup let about your home for immediate .ewill prevent n;ri ourt iickness.a large ioc...

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 March 1878

E3J mr - ' , ;. - -.v --- -?-. ;f3" -iJf' -?$ '5?w!crf- - " $t-y- .; j v v i ---v L-tV Tr...'3. Ts . , -,.. . JYVV.' 5S- 1 THE LEAVEN WORTh WEEKLY TIMES; THURSDAY, MARCH 7, 1878.-S-EX PAGES. tvi r f v -31 I M . U r .-s; : fts-" ' I" l t$HMltli Saints THUBSDAY, M-VECII 7, 1S7S. CITY NEWS. IFrom Saturday Morning's Dally.J THE March Una or the District Court be gins next Monday morning. AULBOCtralnof stock came in over me Kansas Centra! yesterday morning. These were only three cues before the Police Court yesterday. Neither of them was of much Importance. The three lodges of Knights of Pythias of Kansas City are arranging for an excursion to this dty some time In Hay. The lecture that was to have been dellver de by Col. H. D. McKay last night, was post poned until next Tuesday evening. Maim going south have been greatly de layed during the past two days, owing to the difference ol time between the L. L. 4 G. and other roads. THE ball given at Odd Fellows' Hall last night to the Knicker...

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 March 1878

?"-- ii UOTJTTlMtla Zd s " 1 . T, w .; 8L "-&; f V -. ' - -h , -jjfC- - ""Sai THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES FstablUbea, 1855. Vol. 24.- XEAVENWORTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 1878. -So. icj (ronwrniilTe btMHtfl by l D. K. Anlbony, January, 1MI 4 i lit ii ! e js t' W . T 'ii i M a , ' ' J 6" t I f i ii ti - t U . H t&1 Mffifiln Wwn THURSDAY. MAI1CII 14, 1878 THE CBAIIA1I COU.VTY COLO.ir. We had a call yesterday from Hon. J. W. N'iles, Pre ident of the Graham county, Kansas, colony of colored people, who em igrated So lli" sla.e lat fall, from Ken tucky. Mr. Jl'ta has under his charge about mx hnnd-ed jieople, wboii be has brought to this Male from their former homes in Keniueky; and located upon the publ'c lands in Kansas. in Graham county, on the Solomon river. The-e people are all poo., were foi&ic-'y slaves, and brought nothing with them to their new homed hut willing hands. They have gone out on (he pra.rie, into an unorganized county, and have cslabll-hed a colony o...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 14 March 1878

WMj!.SJlfcl.l-ll'JB,l B w - 4f "V ' L.TZ'lZ- :-jr -- zsrri&-r'ii&3&mrFj&- 3 - - ; - -- -,. i THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 1878.-SIX PAGES. g5SEE2-isJ2-S M -, dSlxuMjr gfim THURSDAY, MAKCII 1 1, 1S7S. nori. tiio-ias nv.v. "We publish cUewhere in The Thus this morning, a report laten from the Cfc7ijresicnal Record of a speech deHrered in the IIoue of Representatives by Hon. Thomas Ilran, member of Congress from the Third District of this state, upon the President's message vetoing the silver bill. Mr. Ryan places himself wpiarcly upon the side of the ptople, in the contest for honest money, and his utterance?, like lhoc of all the rest of our delegation, in both House?, have the ring of the true metal. Although serving his first term in Congress, Mr. Ryan has already shown himself to be a faithful and industrious member, devoted to the interests of his District and the state, and e arc glad to sec, by the unanimous ex pression of approbation that c...

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 March 1878

eS?CTI Vt. " t-ft''' v JN V ')&?' !F3sKT?rvV" ' ,v 1 ':( 'a THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY; MARCH J 4, 1878.-SIX PAGES. -, gggg P ., -tl, Tat. ' - c X" 1 U i : eh l 1 1! : i lu, I if 71 0 I :.i i f i ( iir (Hstfltla gjliiwjl THUK5D.Y. MAKCIL 14. 1S73 SNAKY SCHOENEWALDT. A Southern Kansas Desperado Re turned to His CeH at the State Penitentiary. A Career of Rapine end Murder interesting Reminiscences of His Life. From Thuriday Morning's D-i'ly. Yesterday, George 1L Schocnewaldt, a elejjierado of tlie very worst type, a cool, eleliberato, coIdSMoexluI ac-ain, a man who never knew what fear was nor fclirank from the committal of any crime however depcr ate, iru returned to In old quarters at the . Kan-m .State penitentiary, from which he escaped on the 7th of June last, nearly a year ago. In 1S72, SchoenewalJt was fen tcjeed to the tienilentiary for tight years (n a charge of highway robbery. He had MTved five years of liis time when he es capee!, and fled to his old ftampi...

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 March 1878

BiWWHWffHBHSaai jrTKTTH s.- -MEg feCTS?- F.?W- - -- -V, frtMff1 ' " -" -?- --' vsSm 7 -SC' V.7f ':fP5 '- -f .. 9 :t , II ti i! R is I t? TTTF T.EAVENWOltTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 1878.-SI3PAGES. ----L" .-'-'- . b w sassssaanssaaaaMaanss ir-f.T ;.,, ijmmUjJ (&iuma THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 1S7S. j The people "trusted'' for a good while, br I found it wouldn't do any good unless the ABOUT irv- and co-a-rnoMisizvz ouk DEBTEPSESS. Atftuvmretinir of the Merchants Manufacturere Association, on Tuesday eTening", a proposition from "a syndicate to take charge of the work of calling in the old bonds and issuing the new compromise bondi in their stead, was read and dis cussed. The people would undoubtedly be willing to allow a reasonablecommision to ant company of men who would late hold of this matter and carry it through, tat we are inclined to think that therropo- ... IT ,J.. oronin? will 10t be TC- :-,j 5il, mnch favor. It is an excel lent proposition for the syndicate, but a ver...

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 March 1878

WrS ms. --j- - -- rrt r .rfW". - - - "& T. -V ? ?i' ?$jUf i ,-&-. "; f. - -voP' 1 t THE JLEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 1878.-SIX PAGES. sy- m II "" 111 ' 4 'J u ra Ri . j X r5 THE1TIMES. (Established, 13.' Tho Oldest, Largest, Cheapest, and Best Newspaper In Kansas; Dally, per year eg qq WoiKly, peryear w Delivered Jn any part of the city, by car rier, per week 23 RATES OF ADVERTISWR . DAILY Ten cents er line, or one dollar per ttfruarr each Insertion. V&ifi,yT,llrty c"nV TT linc. r three i ii ii """, e:icn insertion. Address THE TIMES, Loavonworth. Kan: CITY NEWS. Special Local Notices. DrwvrrWa i.-r... T.. , , . ...... ... ,uiu uauam nas Deen in u.c ejeveri year-, ana it has never failed to give Mtisfaclion. It is endorsed and recom Mended by many of the best physicians in this country, who know of what'it is Com posed and how it 13 made inJ ...F..1.- nvvini- mend it for all diseases of the throat, client and .ungs. It can be given to the younj-ot infan...

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 March 1878

--w BB.jimii.ji 'lnjiLife MUB wi jajj W J4- .-J'-J "x -. vr-f-v t-' r?- r s a-- -t.i ""jw'" i 'vs' THE LEAYEXWORTK WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 178vTSIXPAGES. t I if K v Jr K If- fl ? If' K .s ir . '. Lfcr- - MtMi f&xnus TIIUESDAY, MAI.CII 14, 1S73. CiTY NEWS. eouri KivcrHailroad, inicet ?4.S75; Kan sas 1'jcific, sei ics D, inlere-t, 53 000 ; Kan sas Tiici Go. new, inierest, SI'o.75; Kansas l'acific, new, mtrectt, S7o2.50. INFANTILE COMPREHENSION, 1 From Scndav SIo-nIns Doi'y. St. Patrick's day falls oa Sandae tins vex. TilE.City Treasurer received $223 yester- dav. Tijmn was very Utile wood in town ye terday. The mud brigade was paid off yesterday. It cost S100 bo lo do. Tiie Leavenworth Gun Club will indulge in a club shoot in about three weeks. The wind and euh vesleitiay rendered the crossings in very good condition by noon. Hat was scarce upon the market yester day. The piiccs asked were $1-1(2?-'' I'er ton. There was a pleasant social party out at Mr. Eli-h a Diejendo...

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 March 1878

swrcs 5 THE LEAVENWO EEKLY TIMES I-' ? tEAVENWORTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 21, 18T8. EttaMiiied, 1855. VoL 24.-H0. -r f Conervmlve Established by D. It. Anlhony, January, 1MH fa". ifc- W 111 4 K I i i i . ,J H !' IL'J M y 7 IS E- It I 1 k S2 i & Mulih Wivxts THURSDAY, MARCH 21, 187S. IX UOULD PAY. Oskaloosa, the county Feat of Jefferson county, and one of the most prosperous towns in Kansas, is not con nected -with any otber part of the wo-ld by rail, and is naturally anxious, to secure a road. From Oskaloosa to Winchester is a distance of only about eightaile, acro-s as handsome a prairie as is to be found in the west. It is estima ted that a narrow gauge road, to connect these two towns,, could be built, graded, tied and ironed ready for the locomotive, for a sum not exceeding forty thousand dol lars. Oskaloosa township is ready to vote 9 bonds to the amount of twenty thousand 9 dollars, and it is thought that additional aid to the amount of ten thousand, at least, can be sec...

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 March 1878

r--?j -r.TriT ' -f '-- - - "-sv- i i ulrafT ,T , ,nr IF - :! x. y THE LEAVEN WORTH WEEKLY TIMES; THURSDAY, MARCH! 21, 1878SSlx PAGES. K) f H! r S k T ! I '' - -s y 1) H : II 13 r. SSiMlj) 111 TIIUUSDA.Y, MAECII 21, 1S7S. CO OME It FC 1 TS. A letter from "cvr York to a Chicago bank officer reports that counterfeit S3, S-0 and 50 nationnl bank notes, nearly a3 good as the genuine, are in circulation. They may be used as the Lvue of any national bank. It is very difficult to detect them. A GOOD CIIA.M.I- Tlie proposition of the committee on Ap priatiorrt to abolish the pcn.-ion agencies in different parts of the country, and to pay penionere "direct from the office of the United States Treasurer at Washington is a good one, provided arrangements are per fected to secure promptness. A CHEAT COCSIKV. If anything is needed to impress upon the world the oft-repeated fact that "ihU is a great country, and no mistake, it is the reality that in this, the middle week of March,peach trees are b...

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 March 1878

paa.jB.. r --v - - - THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES; THURSDAY, MARCH 3, 1S78.-SIX PAGES. "I'i" Mi 5 ' ? 1 2 .11 ! ,i 'I It :ii 1' l m H is l ta r p H tv ttf mm u m m ? Is the Life of a Guiltless Man Hang ing in the Balance ? Another Interview -lib Lewis in the 3 County Jail Yesterday. He Firmly Reiterates His Former not i Statement That He is Green's Murderer. A' Recapitulation of the Shooting of Pinkston and the Wyandotte Matter. ' From ThurwlayIorning'ij Daily. fTlie excitement caued by the myeterious murder of Dillard (.rtenhasMibsideil ome wbat, although it is yet the t-ubject of much street corner diu-sion and comment. The jpolice court jci-terday morning was crowded to Miflucalion long before the hour for convening, many not being able to ga.a entrance, the main object ot the motley crowd being to catch a glimpse of a man unfortunate enough to be FCsriCIOXED AS A MCBDERKR. It was fully understood and expected that Ih ; preliminary examination of Lewis wc uld take place, and as a...

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 March 1878

rv "" " -r- IP-1..- . " i " af iia i Hiilitf. -" aty ,-r- -n-.i f. V THE LEAVENWORTK WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, AIARCH gl, . J87S.-SIX PAGES. K s7 T i N P i1 ! e It r i i -1 " t f""?"' -3 I THURSDAY, MARCH 21, 1S7S. THE ., . A: C. I-AX XZOAD CASE. ELewliere in Tin: Timis this morning we publish, in lull, the opinion rendered by Judge Foster, in the United States Circuit Coart, overruling the deaurrer, in the esse of the State ol Kansas against the Leaven worth, Lawrence & Galveston Rail Road Company. Judge roster reviews the cans at considerable length, and in his opinion affirms all that the people have ever claimed, namely : That the condition un der which the road was chartered and en dowed, require it to build and operate its road to the City of Leavenworth, and that if it neglects or refuses to do this, the State lias a right to take compulsory measures in the premises. The question is one of great importance to Leavenworth, aod this decision of the court is an important vic 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. — 21 March 1878

IS. .-" -4 - ;?t -., ? af- .. -THEtLEAVBKWOIITH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, MARCH 3, 1S7S.--SIX PAGES. 'K w 1 W. ,J ! r' ' i i- t 4 -t LV nSra i6 it THE TS&1ES. Established, 1N55. Tho Oldest, Largest, Cheapest, anil Best Newspaper In Kansas. Dally, per year , IS 03 Wl-CKiy, -.-y .-,- oj Delivered in any jiart of Uie city, by car rier, per wee- . 13 RATES OF ASVEHTISIK G : DAILY TVn cents, per line, or ouedollarper square each Insertion. YliKtvLY Thirty cent pr line, or three dollar, ier :iu in, .well interUon. Adure-, THE TififtSS, Leavonvvorth, Kan: CITY NEWS. To nn already well established n-jmUtiotJ. are constantly added tile warrawt prals- "1 travellers wlio have enjoyed the hospitalities, of the Grand Central Uolel, New York. Sellecs' good are acknowledged to be Uie 1)3.1 In tliu mark.t. Sellers' Vermifuge and I-dsey Blood Searcher aro having a Urge bale In tub, city. The examination of the teacher of this county will ta-epiaca on the 30th of this, month, in the Criminal Court ...

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 March 1878

BvLr3 "" '' . - i ' . "Ifrf T:. -v .f:v ft , " , iw- I v te . H ri tfcMg jamas TmniSD.VY, MAP.CII 21, 1STS. LIFE'S SLENDER THREAD. It's Snapping the Work" of But a Moment A Sorrowful Tragedy. Mr. John Griffin Attempts His Life by Shooting Himself Through the Head. His Death Expected Momentarily The End of a Bright Career. From Saturday Morning' Daily. A voting life lias been snuffed out ; bright hopi blasted and what prombd to be the rlorious work of a lifitimeblightcd ; go den opportunities which would have yielded ripe fruit, lost; the cudden ending ot a career full of hope and joy, the cutting off of a magnificent manhood in the bloom ot it vouth, all the sudden impuUc of a supremely critical moment, too tnSo withstood; the all but snapping of Hies slender thread, the precious tie which binds man to all that is upon " c"' the sole barrier between us and the great eternity we know not of. The sharp crac of a pistol, and all is over ; no more to feel 7 ' ! .!. ..maps rind fears whi...

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 March 1878

PSSSae -V-V, y A LEAVENWO EKLY TIMES Jl JLJ M EstabUsoeJ, 1851. I Vol. 24,-Xo. 4S f LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 1878. (Conservative Established by ID. R. Anthony, January, 1S81 ill m ITT THE WE im B1J 11 w r. t; Mttkl gjHtwts THURSDAY, MABCH 2Sf 1878. DEATH OF CEO. II. BKKFF.E. Our local columns this morning contain ed the sad particular of the sudden and eighteen by the second. Of this number eighty-three were living In 1ST2, when the father was seventy-flve years old. The first wife gave birth to four children at iourJifler ent times, three at seven times, and two at sixteen times. OVSt DELEGATION. It affords us pleasure to be able to copy such words of commendation as the follow- of grateful to see Palestine, thtrefore, In It greenness." As Grau was at great General he, of course, took deep interest in the examini tion of the battle field between David and Goliah. Mr. Young thus describes it : Thero werestoneaenough for the stripling's sling, as we can well see. 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. — 28 March 1878

tg"m z V ; THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 1878.r&EFVAGES. " "- - r ' If - n- i ? , r .- i . ,e . 1 J" IS 18U.eItlll Stirns THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1S73. xvnr ?toT j The Kanga, Central folks tvant room on the leree to build a freight house, and we don't know of any good reason why they shouldn't tare it. They undertook to BOTe down their old building yesterday, and the city authorities stopped them, be cause the location was within the fire limits. This action, was probably in strict accor dance with law, but the necessity for it is to be regretted. The building was already within the fire limits, and would be no more dangerous in the new location than in the old. The council should give the road permission to move it building and it should give not only this road, but the Bock Island, and all the other roads com ing here, permission to occupy just as much of the levee as they can put to profitable use. A Missouri river town, in this age of the world, has no more n...

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 March 1878

mttxm E!SWWEa.Y TBME&y-TmjRSD; MARCH 8, 1878.--SIX PAGES. Jc .Vv-ter M I 61 11 iU ' i i i M fl i 6f, j v i S It 5 i ft I teltfp $imn THDBSDAY. MARCH 28, 1878. CITY NEWS. From Thursday Mornings Dally. Armi. Fool's day approacbeth apace. The little shower last night laid the dost. The rain threw a sort of damper upon the dust yehterday alternoon. ANorn Kit lot of choice onions Just received at Tanner's. Z1S Delaware street. That was a gorgeous sunset last night. It rained also about the same time. TnEBE were abaut fifty loads of hay upon new market square yesterday. Also an Im mense number of wagons loaded with wood and corn. A rMCGH-ASD-TCJf ble light occurred near Uie Fifth-street bridge, night before last, dur lng which one ot the combatanwas pretty badly, used up. The city has paid all U 'tle debts, and with the exception of some of those railroad bonds, of which mention has been made be. fore, we're comparatively clear. Tiieue were no eas before the Police Court yesterday mor...

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 March 1878

.gj WLSX C Ll. w 1 .l ft M f I I , H ?-' fc - r fi'tTQ- IVUfl fSteftln fflmz .. i THURSDAY, MAUC-I 23, 1S7S. "THE OKDKK ISSl'ED. By telegrama received yesterday evening, we learn that in the ca.-e of the State of Kansas against the Leavenworth, Lawrence & Galveston railroad, in the United States Circuit Court, Judge Fester yesterday issu ed an order to the receiver of the road to construct the Lawrence bridge, and proceed to operate the road, from Leavenworth, at once. From this order there is no appeal, and it is said the re ceiver, Mr. Henning, accepts the situation, and intends to proceed immediately to carrv into eEect the terms of the order. Thii ends the controversy, and is a com plete vindication of the position taken by . -the State. K is a victory for Lcav enwortli, ennd one of the rao-t im portant die has ever gained in " all her multifarious railroad struggles. It grants her simply what she is entitled to, wffat the State and the general govern ment lmc paid for, and ...

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 March 1878

WPZSM SiSsL.a "a - - . .- Ji7v J4'"J! --- . TJHE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 1878.--SLX PAGES. tv T IS i r r? i5 i i1 i M if t !l J I f. pf. & lt. r m s. t Established, 1S33.J Tho Oldest, Largest, Cheapest, an J Oost Ncwspaacrln fCansas. Dii'y. ' var . . . .. Jv, p rii-ii D'l ! ! t i' tJ'. of tliseft. n -u- aiTss or WEEKLY Thirty cents per line, or three doll rs ier square, each insertion. Adlruw, THE TIMES, Uoavonworthi Kan: Special Local -Notices, A Kemarkable Result. It makes no difference how many I'hy-i cian-, or how- much medicine von have tried, it is now ao establi-hi-d "fact that Carman Syrup is jhe onlv remedy which fcaa given "complete sati-faction in revere cases of Lunz Diseases It is true there are yet thousands of iiersons who are predis IOred to Throat and Lung Affection', Con wijnption, . Hemorrhages Asthma, Se vere Colds willed on the I!reat, Pneumon ia, Whooping Cough, Ac, who have no PTsonal knowledge of Do-cuee's German Syrup. To such we vo...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
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