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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 28 March 1878

yji tv THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES : THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 1878i-SiX PAGES j i i r aijB? -?-. . ?. I I i I WBtMv $v t-O 3 TirrnSDAT, MAKUI 23, JS7S. LIFE IS UNCERTAIN. CITY NEWS. . Suddsn and Unexpected Death of Mr. George H. Durfcc at Bean Lake on Thursday Last. MURDER OR SUICIDE. From Saturday 3Iornlng's DjII; Saturday Is ladies' day. Tme price of Jce promlbes to .be high the coming tsiimmcr, TiiEitE Isn't much excitement ytt concom lns the coming election. Tjie new market house will mac a ;ood bonfire tome of these nights. Thigs in general nt Yu IeaTenworth are . about as quiet as they can be. TlHfiilOercnt-jurcheyofthecIty are tak ing turns about In the matter of revival?. hrAcnow & Jones, a It. J.. Hrown's old stand, report their wboicsale trade lrjcrrais- Tin? Is about the time when houc cean- ngla in order and brush fires become dan gerous. LAST!sht wasof tho rrgular summer or-dcr-wann enough to allow fitting out of doors with comfort. - Butness 1" ell branches has been go...

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. — 4 April 1878

ci?Ji gaaysSfSriTSas CW;aaaBni $X ''- " Vr- - siv 7' rM &2- sSS. TIMES B H y Lt f, LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 187S. rTstaMisoea, 1855. I Vol. 24.-50. 49 f (Conservative Established by D. It. Aulhony, January. ISG1 rilTJTT' I M il a fl iiHA TTT7xmrr lorriTT WEEKLY a i :h , a v n j a 0 rn. b 14 4 . lA 1 . W fl IA 1 V V V' JB- Vi -S BL. ! r W? '51 X 4 u 1 j! I i k r i r fc (Mwhlg -Sanus THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 1878. it ?icvr not n done. Tlie best Republican papers of tlie State all agree that no man should be put upon State ticket next fall who in not in full sym pathy with the people upon the live is- mieg of the day Uie silver question and the greenback question Manv of our con- temporaries po iartner than we nave thought it prudent to go, and declare em- TN-itlMlIr that thev will not pnnnnrt an. - . .,. ., " .. ' man wno is not ngiu on inefc (juei-iions and that it is extremely doubtful whether eu.-h a man could !e clectrd, even on a lepubucan ticket in the ata?e of J"in...

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. — 4 April 1878

rm rjCBgOMaaaytgaBdCBB! metqsMpwnRteatfr --.. '-- f 7 i3" THE JjEAVENWORTK WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 1878.irSIX PAGES. iwji"t'Tjijjiiiih jmj iiii.jj.ir' eitfrs&& i i IT J T.I i jriffiD.Vl', AFIUL 4, 1873. snnjios. Oar regular Tuesday momicg sermon Is contributed, to-day, by the Per. Henry Ward Beecher. His discourse, delivered a the Baptist church on Snnday moraine, given in full, in our columns, reported by H. a HolHater, Esq., stenographer. XHAAKS. The people of Leavenworth are under lasting obligation to Mr. J. B. PoDd, for baTing been initrumental in alfording them the pleasure of listening to a sermon last Sunday by Eev. Henry Ward Beechcr. Mr. Pond was for a long time a citizen of Leav enworth, and still has hosts of friend here, who will not fail to remember, pleasantly, his efforts in their behalf during the last few day8 PEBSOSAL. Mr. Beecher, by his presence here recent- 1, mA manv new friends, and drew all of his old friends nearer to him. For his broad and...

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. — 4 April 1878

SSSGSto asss . .,,-. Vt THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, APRIL 4. 18TS.-SIX PAGES. iA SF' w I s M ! u. Vi f f & l fcVi Wj LOVE'S YOUNG DREAM. It's Cruel Dissipation by a Relent less and Unfeeling Parent. Two Young Hearts Severed Made Supremely Miserable in Consequence. and The Tribulations of an Infatuated Couple who Wanted to Marry but Couldn't. It U an old adaalmo-t too trite for repe tition, that the course of true Sno ncverdid run fcinootb, and there might possibly bean other equally true, aJthou-Ii less trite, ttiat the eitremeronsbncssof tbe running makes real, true love only the trueri, The mathe - mallcul accuiacy of tooth of these Is illustrat ed bya romance which hot recently occurred lu lhi city. tjie i-acties cos-cekned. TiieiianlCT.couc.rned mul Intimately ore three. The first. Is a young; lady living in one of )ur most fashionable neighborhoods, an astonishingly liandsouie yiri, twenty years of age, or thereabouts, a brunette with large, flashing black eyes,...

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. — 4 April 1878

.--r r-.. BHESSfafe-lSB -:?3' 5e,-i ;- ---- THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 187 8.tES: PAGES. 7 u i it : - r It - It r 3SIicItIg (pm & ts -v- THURSDAY, APRIL 1, 1S7S. run xo3xirAsos. The Republicans, Democrats acd Working men have ell placed their respective tickets before the people for the coming city elec tion. It is a pleasure for us to say that the Republicans Lave acted very wisely and placed a good ticket in the field, particular ly for members cf Council and School Board. The other tickets have good men upon them, bat there appears"U be but little ex citement in regard to the election, and ab solutely no party feeling, hence it is proba ble that the people who vote will favor those whom they think best fitted for the various offices. It is important that good men should be elected in order to secure proper attention to our financial interests. eToTsuK a m;k 31 i::v. The State Superintendent of Insurance, publishes a notice in our local columns this morni...

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. — 4 April 1878

mJU-UUWlXrhJWm CM W1U 1. 1 ITJ ljm THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES; THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 187S.-SIXPAGES. SESt&&s82MXBait&Sam&&gmsitn kJ jk 1 II 5 ! IX Si J r SE2 2ELT) ?:"77SS F ls":sxa fi Era p2 c fcju' f?s K" M fS eSt 51 2Ci HUMP3EEYS HOSEEOPATHIC SPECIFICS Keen Jn central uecr twenty year. nverynlicre proved the do; safe, SIMPLE. lXOJIJCAI,a3aErFICIKT medicine kunnn. They are Jnt what the people want, saving time. money, sickness and MitTcr-lnc. Every single specific the well tried frttsertatlaa of an eminent physician. No. Cnres. Cent. 1. Fever, Coijestlon, Inflsosafjoss, . . a; S. M arm , Worn Fever, Wrsa Colic.. . Si 3, rrjlnc-Collc.orTtethinioflnfanU,. SJ - .. ..., ui .u.!uferi fir acuns. ? lit smill-V f-l-.,, Tttttt.. -": R. NcurnlZ'I'i. Tooiiirhe rZ.h. 3. Ilcailt-ciics, Sick lirad&ehe. Vcrtlfio, . 10. llysprpsla, EHIoas Stomach. . - - 11. suppressed, or Painful Periods.. li. M iiitcri.too Prorate Period., . . J3. CrnutuCouh-TyimeaMBrtMihlnz. . . 1J. salt ...

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. — 4 April 1878

.i '-Vvt-ir f. k 1 1 I T i m .f ii 131 ! ! V! i H . I i - ' " if;,' r & lif IStoMg Stimes THUKSDA.Y, AP11IL 4, 1873. CITY NEWS. From Saturday Morning's Dally. 15j:ige-cou)eed beads are a new no elty. Tilton nlnt Vecn around tosceustblsycar. TitE v.irmw Gautre !s rushed with business. It costs the city about S10J per month lor gas. Couimr Mbool examinations take place to- Peacock grenadine Is iomethlns new and JIICIIJ. Vestebday wasn't a good day for flres by Police business has been gxxl for Uie past few days. Yesterday was bail for wagons and hardly At tnv .tnli.t.0 Tun market Is reasonably well supplied with vegetables. The District Court has adjourn cd ovc r until next Monday. THE Sisters Fair will be held the wetk fol lowing Easter. AGAIN are our streets reduced to the old fa miliar condition. Asn now what wo can expect Is a rousing crop of lee In August. Depstty County Clerk DIefendorf still re mains on the sick list. The south end of the road wayat the Slxth rtreet bridge ...

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. — 11 April 1878

iitsrt f.'i sesHc-SWaS -SS. Si.-..----, SVs "v nCVJ- r" S - 3 - AVENWORTH WEEKLY T i Jfcll r LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 11, 1878. j ConsorvnUie EstnlilisUsJ lj l. It. Anthony, Jituuaiy, lt!l i 9 EsUtlisiea. 1S55. I VoL 24.50. -0 f .-tcsC? -- TLME& ' THE LE y K ftf . j ft r-i f. : ft MuldMivxti THURSDAY. APRIL 11. 1878. EWNPAFEIt CONSOLIDATfO-J. On and after Sunday, 7tb Inst., the Gairtie and Chronicle are to be consolidated, and will be published under the name of the Gattttt-Ch-onide. Iluslness manager. F. M. Tun; editors, S. A. Gilbert and M. II. Copnin. Iloth a morning and evening edition will he Issued. The announcement of other business arrangement will appear In Sunday's paper. St. Joe Gazette. The Gazelle is following, the example of The Times by buying in iu competitors, and if properly managed it will find that the policy will pay. But it will find that it makes a great mistake in running two editions, our own experience, as well a that of all others who have ...

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. — 11 April 1878

lk -.": eaaxtm jrpnav. m W" ainuu'wa?;-'W-flgJB!"i' 'Vi, -'-.-"i THE LEAVENWORTK WEEKLY TIMES: THUBSDAF, APRIL 11, 1878;SK PAGES. t.agHH At t L r P" c v, i H ' Mteltlii $kw&8 THURSDAY, APRIL 11, 1878. "c;Ko;rnn t. atitiioxy sot xiii: 3LVS." Under the above caption the Chautauqua Journal reviews the Governor's letter to 'be Troy Chief, and concludes, with the press of the State generally, that the writer U not in sympathy with the people of Kansas upon the living issue of the day. The Re publican papers of 'Kansas are outspoken upon this question, and declare positively that the party must not make the mistake of putting a man at the head of our State ticket who is not in sympathy with our people upon the currency question, and several of them go so far as to declare posi tively that they will not support such a "aan if nominated. The great major ity which the party has always been able In mmmani! in this Mate has caused conventions to exercise less care In tie selection of candi...

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. — 11 April 1878

s VV. w -"r.m k.-j-.j. " . ssV-V THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES; THURSDAY, APRIL 11. 1878.-SIX PAGES. ,1 V- f K ' J.' ' 'i. : if i i I m , p K. is V dWu-cltla-SFirats THURSDAY, ArRIL 11, 1S78. CITY NEWS. '' sday Morning's Dally. IIealtifci. day yesterday. ULiNirt wa ru&hlng in the Irobate Court yestenl.iv. About fcuo was received into the County Treasury j estereiay. New advertisements will always be found upon the nrt page. Swiss muslins witli colored dots will be Worn as niorulug costumes this surlnr. .Hi'JTit1",'.? dnase" are trimmed profusely Willi Mltflf 111 kumachml. ... T - I .,, auttUC u uic urewc. WHERRILL WINS. He Being Re-Elected as Scool Su perintendent for the Ensuing Year. LEAYENWGRTH LOOMING UP. The Dissipation of Hard Times and the Beginning of the Era of Prosperity. A Choice Which will be Unanimous ly Confirmed by the People. The School Board me-t lait evening pursu ant to adjournment, at their rooms in the Missouri Valley building, for the purpose of electing a s...

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. — 11 April 1878

vlV Li THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, APRIL 11, 1878;-SIX T?AGES. 1' ;..J " n .s K v it III! I3T m V1 v t s i- kS I u li & til K,, i-i f. j &;.& "b -?. B'V t ?' .4 H li !U 1 MteMn Wn tx tei Jv4"Vtv THURSDAY, APKIL 11, 1S73. Tiie New Orleans Times covera the whole case, in Louisiana, when it tells the lieoplc ol that State to "raise less hell and more sugar." The Baltimore GxxUe reluctantly ad mit that Mr.Tildcn, while technically not guilty in the income tax return, did not act with "the highest standard of honor." Ilcfore Jlev. Joseph Cook's lecture on ".Marriage "Without Love," he always calls for thehymn beginning, "Oh, happy da; that fixed' my choice." This fceeiw peace at home. IS IX TlttlE ? I)r. Dio Lewis Fays that the mbment you try to tell a workingman how to live well for the lea-t money, that moment he con siders vou to be an enemy. TIIE CA3ICKOX rtlAKUIAKE. Senator Don Cameron is not willing to wait until the autumn, as was proposed, to claim his bri...

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. — 11 April 1878

i'-m 't-K'Sf THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, APRIL, 11. 1878.-SIX PAGES. ' ik HI KVI i K' s ,, m I.' H ' i i I- i :n 15, I' LI I7 rnE 1HLDP0WSE CURES EUMPHEETS' HOMEOPATHIC SPECIFICS Been 1 n -eaeral one far twenty yearn. Everywhere proTi-ri Use most &AFE. SIMPLE, ECO.tOJIICAl,H EFFICIENT mrdlcines known. They are Jut what tlie people want, anna- time. Burner, sickness and unfftrlajr. Every slnr-ie peel- the welt trtec pencrlption if an eminent ptiyUciaa. "- -, Cure. CsSt. J" JlI?S."iyffm '". Wurm Colic!. Syn-CallejorTeethingofltfi3iU.. a . WfnttT2f ?I1Pi1S. Billon. Colic. . . 7. Couxh, Colds Bronchitis. V - - - - 8. Aeai-als-ia. Toothache. Facescbe, . . 23 9. Headaches, hick Headache. crtirp, . 23 JO. Uynpepula, EjIIoc. Cutnach 11. HUBpressed, or rainfnl Periods, . . . 3 li. Whites, too rrofnae rerioda. .... 25 13. Crann. Coo;. Difficult Breathiri;. . . 85 It. Halt Rheum. ErTfIp.-Iaa. Eruptions. . 25 15. KlicuraatNm. libenmaiic Pains, . . 2; 1C I'rrerand Acne. CUM Fever...

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. — 11 April 1878

'KM ' iV'- kT uv - aifi5Sv' THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TEVIESs THURSDAY, APRIL 11, 1 87 8.-SIX PAGES. tt: r v B- R ;IU !lfiJe TIICKSDAY, AIT.(L 11, 1ST3. CITY NEWS. IFrcm liiryIorriIng's Daily. The wi nd I alted the d ast yesterday. Kxife p)a!n;igs are as much used as ever MoE ltnmigra-ts arrived yesterday morn ing. It begins to Jooi busy around tlio levee sgun. TiiE "go:d braid' straw la fasblonablo lor bonnet-. fiiLK buttons are no longer seen on f cUIon abie arouses. FnExrn clnsliams arc woven to form bou- rctlo effccl-s. 3IASTELETS and doJmansliavc aboatcstln ru is lied -aciiucs. Lines collars and cuffs arc embroidered with coloied cotton. Tue JIcGlbeny Family paraded the streets yesterday mornlnz In a carriage. IlEEATnES there a man with soul so dead who thinks that Leavenworth Is dead? VATnors ktreeU throughout the city are re- eel vies raneh needed Improvements. S .Cicz weather for tramps who both appre ciate and take advantage of tlic warm sun shine. Seiaxes' I vxn Tins are espe...

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. — 18 April 1878

-V "! N. A VENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES THE m fl' 7 LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, APRIL IS, 18T8. ( rontmim Established1 by D. K. Aalhouj, January, IMk ZstaHisled, 1855. I VoL 21.-3TO. 51. f LE I'1 I1 it .i v i r it r u! 9 O u. A 0 'i JS fe. ?i pr jfiffMfclg Www THURSDAY, APRIL JS. 1878. THE EMPORIA OUTIt AGE. e yield a. large portion of our pace this morning to account taken from the x. . - , . , it. ,a;r Emporia papers, of the lamentable atlair , - , , . , . ... A.vt which occurred at that place a lew cays ago. Wetnakenocomnicn's. We regard thendin- ' troop, bv the Governor, into 'the midst of a peaceful and law r biding communis, where tb-y were not asked for ' and not needed, as an insult to the people of Lvon countv, and a di-grace to the State. As a matter ot interesting Dews, and to THE MKMVlSTCit CUi;. k'iow how the outrage is regarded by the j Judge Croricr yesterday denied the in people of Emporia we copy the full rejsorts junction prayel for by the attorneys of of lioth the Zro...

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. — 18 April 1878

in " l I li' Jf" "VT tvfe." ss.:8.;..: mm : ' .. . S-2HI -Z - . 1 2 r . -.- 4 '&&? 'w; rfT'' K u- a 8 I I. M t 3& Ur i" SJwHa $im.es TJIUESDAY. ArJ;Tw IS, ls7S. THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES; THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 1878.-SIX PAGES. CT .r -T lira OS THAT I.Nsm;. The Fori -otl Monitor criticises Senator Inlls rather severely because of the ap poiutraent of Col. Carpenter to the Collec torship, and the ground of its opposition to Carpenter is that he selects his deputies from among his own friends, and the depu ties then make their offices in their own towns. JMcrriaj to the Monitor's course the Parson's Sun tavg ; Tlie Monitor cannot beat Mr. Ingalls with that sort of complaint. It it Is desirable to beat Senator Ingalls, better arguments must be used, fcarpenter had a perfect right to ap point uls law partner Deputy Collector and SmovelbeotScelohls own town. It Is Just what we should do in official position, do whatsoever we could lor parsons in a legltl. mateand proper way. ...

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. — 18 April 1878

a' r :--S. - "J i 9 wjWi atrr.' Tri iT : "ST ,jr" t,m,j?-! - Vs THE LEAVENWORTK WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 1878.-SIX PAGES. ".; ' h! 81 .j t J to. w ;i. it i iUi li'ji i .' , ; fcl l : Vj IL 17 ' 6 J i- f i!1' U : I I SVj v WccHj) Snia&s THURSDAY, APRIL IS, 187S. Till: OTHER SIDE. That the Governor isuccetJcd in making an as.4 of himself with his militia business, nobody doubts ; and when a public official plays the fool, every man is at liberty to make fun of him, as much as he pleases. But unfortunately, this militia foolishness is not all a joke; it has a very serious side The public treasury has been put to a need less expense of several thousand dollars, the go! name of the State has been brought to ridicule, the ieople of one of the most tieace- ' ful and orderly counties of the State have t been insulted and outraged by having trpops sent among them contrary to their 'wishes and over their protests, and cne of the most estimable citizens of that coimtT. a minister ...

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. — 18 April 1878

---W -- --s-A' i-.-w-'m THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TBIES; THURSDAY, APRIL 18. 1878.-SL PAGES. ----- - " -"- .' ' i K. fc i fe I ? I) v M- v jl. Mttlih SFius THURSDAY. APRIL IS. 187S. CITY NEWS. KroraTUaredayMorulns's Daily. McKlnrle. the murderer of Shirk, has not yet been recaptured. Five Pouxim of the very best Mo coffee for J1.0U. Uokimix & 15K' '. Joseph Lewis will be brousbt before the -District Court. Uili morning, on a writ of habeas corpus. Mb. BenJ. River is preparing to erect a residence on Walnut t.lreeL, between Fourth and Fifth streets. Tiioxas Y. Jonks, who has been in the penitentiary for Uie last four years, sentenced from thla cily for an assault -with Intent to kill, has btfen pardoned by the Governor, nnd left yesterday lor his home In Canada. A laeoe und enthusiastic inectlnc was held in v A. M. E. chnrcli ' I nl.ht, lor the purpose of lnvcUaUg the charge: . Just Jlr.rS'iie. Letter, and le'egr-i:.-were sli -l which proved to the hatlfactlon of all that he was whi...

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. — 18 April 1878

sftLIl . -, StO -7 . w I THE LiEAVENWORTK WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY;, APRIL 18, 187S.-SXX PAGES. .$ F ft' 4'l M ! i- i s 1" f ft , i i f It li ' t.h;e tss&es. Established, l'3. Tho'Oldest, Largest, Cheapest, ancJ Best Newspaper in Kansas; Dally, per year -53 00 Weekly, peryear !IM Delivered In any iart of the city, by cr- i, ler w ee. , , 2i RATES OUTADVERTISING: OAILY Ten cents r line, or one dollar per snnare each Insertion. . WJ;KL.V-Tlilrty cents Tier line, or three dollars jer s.,ujre, each insertion. A.lcW, THPTIMES, Leavenworth. Kan: THE 10LD"POWEE CURES HUMPHBETS' HOMEOPATHIC SPECIFICS Beea In general use for twenty years. Everywhere proved the mint NAI'R, suiile. i;ex.x3fii;Aiai EFFICIENT medicines Jinown. They are Junt what the people want, nvlns time, money, sickness and milTrrlnsr. F.Tery dingle tnrrinc the well tried: perscripthm of an eminent pbjslclnn. No- Cnres Cent. f"rr"t yprigcrunn, InflararnaUons 2. nrm, Wrm Fever. Worm Colic! . LC-f,n?-CoIlr0!,TeethiDgof Infaot...

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. — 18 April 1878

J' THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 1878.-SIX PAGES. 1L tf l" O tSKwfeltt imtsi TiKJfiSDAY, APriL 18, JS78. CITY NEWS. From Eamlay Xomins's Daily .1 Vrxv UtUc ' a was upon the inarin yes-ter-Uv. t j.ai lalniDg about tOx o'clock last even ing, aud En. Latta whippet! ten carloads of Cue cat tle to St. LouU.cteday. e The rrciiptA at tho County Treasurj were. unusually Muau jesieruay. The German-KngliiU bcliool will five an entertainment on Kastcr evening, tlio :3.t. Read Flesher i Schuneman's irreat adver tlscmenl of fcpeclal bargains lor IhN wecS. The brims and crov&is of the first f-prins bonnets are covered with anctwork or heeds. ltnAt. acorn, and filberts are covered with -velvet, and with leases, are used tolrlm bon nets. The rtcambcat "General Terry," from .St. Louh. for tire north country i expected up soon. " LATEbser'aUori5 confirm l!ie statement Uat grey will be a favorite color tblaura mer. e UiKjEsctrf j:i.s rre la the shape of a large hoolt and eve of...

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. — 25 April 1878

& rVf' r --- 1 THE LEAVENWORT WEEKLY TIMES j n ElUWiihed, 1855. . I Vol. 24.-1T0. 52.1 LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 25, 1878. : I - -A-Maoay, Ja-siaai-jr, I!M1. -y,. jsg-y.-J.jj'. ? it 1 ' i I ) , !' 1. h) c -Mttblji $ints THURSDAY. APKIL 35. 1878. SUSAN'S XOttX. Thj enterprising people of Harper coun ty hare staked oat a town in the center of one of tbe richest and most beautiful sec tion of Southern Kansas, and have named it "Anthony," it. honor of Susan B. - OEIiOIDKCtWX. (The only- good reason that anybody has been able to find yet for Old Baker's ap pointment as commissioner to the Paris Ex-osition, is that it tikes him away from the GmmOTiitealih and brings Prentiss hack. Let Die show go on forever. AS liOOD AS GOLD. Xow that gold is obtainable, people do not want it. Banks that are prepared to redeem their notes in coin experience very little demand. This is due to the fact that there is no room for a doubt as to the value of paper money. If we had the kind of pap...

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