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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 25 April 1878

1 THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES : THURSDAY, APRIL 25." 1878.-SIX" PACES. t " . u u & 15- tSttMrtlJi ipMSS THURSDAY, APRIL 25, 1S73. FtlBLIC onsiox. AVe copy elsewhere a few of the expres sions of the pai of the State upon the Emporia affair. These are only a tithe of the whole nnmbcr of such notices received; we might fill a page of The Times with just such articles as are here given, bat these are sufficient to ehow what is thought by the press of the State, of the Governor's conduct. AVe offer no comments indeed, none arc needed but leave tho reader to form his own conclusion. POPULAR LOIX. From the Congressional Record of the 17th, we copy this morning the report of thejprocecdings in Congress concerning the measure introduced by Col. AV. A. Phillips, oftlm district, for funding the national debt, in bonds to be held at home. Mr. ThUlips is regarded by men of all parties as one of the ablest members in the IIoufc. He thoroughly understands the financial is sues of the day, 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. — 25 April 1878

1 THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES; THURSDAY, APRIL So. 187S.-SIX PAGES. M pr . ! 1 4 h 1 .- i , i I! RV e o .! V fit C e 4 MkM fflimts TirUESDAy. AMtlL 2-3, 1S7S. WHAT WE Ml'ST DEPOD DPO.X. r For niany cars. the peojde of Lcaven - worth built high Lopes njxra the great things that -were to be done for the city when wc should "have a'Governor." "Well, 1 wc have iiad a Governor for lea year" Car ney four year?, Osborne -four years, and George T. Anthony, now in his second year and -what dime's worth of benefit has the to n evt.r derived -by reason of having the Governorship ? Having "had a Governor' for'tcn year-, can any man tell what good it lias done us? The people have thoroughly learned the fact1 that" nothing is to be gained by such influwee?. The fact of having a Governor, or any other State officer, while it may be of decided advantage to the individual se lecteJ, is of no benefit whatever to the com munity; they have learned that whatever is to benefit Leavenworth, and develop t...

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. — 25 April 1878

BsynMsssssaYi" HWMMifwBMBBBiBBBWPPPBWIIP???!yTFTff s , ; , , .. r-. Pewnwvs.WiW . - -,-iJ V l 1 JM ,' XSS3 - " B3 ' WBUT THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, APRIL 25, .18T8.SIX PAGES. ) IN! h. ' 1 f I 'I 1 i 1 a I ii-r " J " V A SOUTHWESTERN ZEPHYR. The Results of an Unexpected and Entirely Unsolicited Visit. Unroofed Houses, Wrecked Trees and Fences and Destruction Generally. Narrow Escape From the Hungry Maw of the Raging Missouri. r - Heroic Conduct of Two Gentlemen Who Ried Their Lives to Sav Others. From Thnrsday Morning' Dally. The fctonii.orsouus tontilo,as it might the moje appropriately rv called, which (.truck tht devot-d Uiy the recipleut of m many like occurences-wa o.eu hat in Uie nature of a resuUr o.d sockdolager, and things loek-d w.riMN firavihlle. Tlie rain cainedoan in ierfectHieeb-,an'l It was an utter iniponiuility to mm any distance what ever. r ITCAMELIKBA H-ASH, almost, and the H'lni- irpuas as mdden as the. coming. It hail liei-ti Inueriug all day, mid 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. — 25 April 1878

' -qy.- i iTfc n 11 nnim r.mait i iiifiwmrtTnirrT-iff THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, APRIL 25, 1878.-SIX PAGES. 1 - V hfi! f i n It lr t' n L3 i TIHSE TIMES. Eataullslied, 1S3S. Tho Oldest, Largest, Cheapest, and Best Nowsoaocr In Kansas; Dally, per year Weekly, per ear Delivered In any part of the city, by ear ner, per vreeii.. RATES OF ADVERTISING : DAILY Ten ee-nts per line, or one dollar per square each IuhtUod. WLKKLY Thirty cents per line, or three - dollars per bijuare, each i n wrtionJ. Aeldres, THE TIMES, Leavonworth, Kan: TEB IflLD rOWO CURES hum:pheet8 HOMEOPATHIC SPECIFICS B-SSSiff1 tweaty ream. f.TiWUS l' wet safe. medicine kaowtt. Tfceyarejastwhat the aeaale want, sarins; "e. asoney, sickness and surtrrlros-. Exery single peclae the well tried pencrlptloa of as caUBCBt physician. O Nos. Cnrrt Onts. 1. PcTer, Coisetioii, Inf animations, . 3. Wanna. Worm Fever. Worm Colic - 2. Crylns-Cnllc.orTectliiocof IafanU, 4. Blnrrlitra, of Children or Acolts, . ScBjriitcry...

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. — 25 April 1878

THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, APRIL 5i; 1878.--SIX PAGES. .' L o o e o o t .1 - 3 o Si m I if Wbmji imm THL'ISDAY, Ai'KIL 25, 1STS. From Saturday Morning's Dally, UErKEsnisi.Y cool yesterday. Tula Is motion day In the District Court. boiE of the rivtr men arc Inclined to think tlie spring rise has begun. "The Master Motives," Is the subject of Theodore Tllton's lecture. THEwork of beautifying the county court hquse grounds has commenced. Ijtth or no money coming in now from the tax-payew, as the city and county treas ure testify. The fever about bad sidewalks is breaking out again. It will be more violent this sea son than it was last summer. "Ve are pleased to learn that the managers lo not Intend to 'charge one dollar to hear Tllton. They have placed the price of reserv ed seats at seventy-five cents. A pabty pi nine young ladles wentout up on a-wopdland excursion yesterday afternoon and when crossing 11 ve Mile Creek, two of the number fell into the water, and were res ...

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. — 2 May 1878

-- - -i 3fc j EAVEN y - f LIMES v P 1 LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS. THURSDAY, MAY 2, 1878. HtaMnhed. 1855. . I Vol.-2S.-Ko. 1. f JConvrvmlte Kslnblislicsl by l. IU Anthony, January. ISBI. iv-.tt jr S j woum wi 1j i t i 9 t ; I? - itlicckii) SHimcs THURSDAY. MAY 2. 1878. ;OV. ROBI.fSOSi'S LETTER. The statement to which Governor Bobin- son refers, f n the open paragraph of his letter this morning does nrf express the sen timents of the Republicans of Kansas. The men who C-titute the rank and file of the Republican part in this c tate are more nearly unanimous ujwn tlie currency ques tion than upon any other; they regard 'that as the one livi issue of the present dav of more vital interest than nny or all other issues combined, and they believe, with Governor Bobin smi, that the only pa per money of this country shou'd be the United States Treasury notes the only honest paper money we ever had the money of the people the Greenback. We believe we express the sentiments of j 'nine t-i"--hs 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. — 2 May 1878

X .4mA. TTT ,i Titrssam JUSrfcs.j.".JUs: ! MJsSj THE LEAVENWORTH .WEEKLY TIMES; THtJBSDAY, MAY 2. 1878.-SIX PAGES. .-. aVji'i'fw f u W&ttUi gUimts THURSDAY, .JAY 2, 1S7S. XllV aTTEIirvAI. FITNESS OF THINGS. The Kice county Gazette nominates F. P. Raker 10 be George T. Anthony's successor Aj'AILVUC The Philadelphia PreAyterian szys the second church service on Sunday u rapidly becoming a failure Many churches, it says, are afraid to let go this service, and afraid to hold on to it AXTHKACITE. At a conference of Lehigh and Schuyl kill coal operators last Friday, it was stated that the production this year has been less than half that of a corresponding period last year. OXE GOOD THING ABOUT IT. The Chicago Journal thinks there is one encouraging thine about this matter of armed Communists, and that is that in all "Vountries and ages they have only succccd- cd in one thing namely, in getting them wives killed. WITH HAMLET fcEFT OCT. The GrajthU of the 2Gth has a page de voted to vi...

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. — 2 May 1878

jgwegsry rz? iJ'iR..Pw j-S PtsT .1TT BJGKZSCEaiii "T THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES; THURSDAY, MAY , 1S7S.--SIX PAGES. iJrSrwe vii r; T- - o I'.s l! I; -. a n AdJ OF c trii Syri comt dir I 'I n t w 'fi WtuUi Wvm o THUKSD-VY, MAY 2, 1S7S. TIIUTII IS ?IIGlITi". . newspaper to be succesaial mast tell the truth. The Tiiix has always recog n'zed U1I3 fact, and ha? governed itself c e rdingly. It frequently becomes nestsaa ry, In following out this policy, to say tpingS that jjrate very harshly on tbi; cars nf our friend?, and things that tiring upon us very revere criticism for it so happens, now and then, that the true side of a .mat- ter is to very dissimilar to the side the jeo- ple have been accustomed to look ujon that the truth when presented to them denounced as a lie, while the lie usurps the place ofcthe truth. ,Uut holding to the im mortal fact that "Truth crushed to arth " thall rise agin," this piner has ever dared to give utterance tn wl,t ; t.i;i-n! to be true, upon all oc ca...

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. — 2 May 1878

mmr. a. ih- t' VJi. THE LEAVENWORTK WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, MAY 2,- 1878.?-SE PAGES. zr 3MRt -. 'i-j .r l. I v V From Thursday Morning's Iallj-. OUR MASTER MOTIVES. Those Which Animate Men and !n-'etfulness- cite Them to Vigorous Action. sliculd extend further tlian this extend throughout the entire world, not confined wlthls narrow limits; which should wrer.tlie thesword with the same flowcrr with which wedeckthepravesof onr fallen heroes em-! blem of reconcllhatlon, forgiveness and for- ' The Vivid Portrayal of the Influences of Ambition, Avarice, Penu- riousness and Love. The Omnipotence of the Money Pow er, the Iron Rule of the Mighty Dollar! A Masterpiece of Flushed Eloquence Man as He Is, and as He Ought to Be. The audience which greeted Theodore Til tun at the Opera House lait night was tmall i fact for which there i no accounting. As LOVE. The orator spoke or love, not as a senUmnt but as a motive. Jledid not wish to take the French view or It; weare ahead oftheFrench In tha...

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. — 2 May 1878

safglSfeSrtes "JC --v: 'i ! THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, MAY 2, 1S78.-SIX PAGES. j 11 T i (B hi A W I I o ( T'HJE 7IWES. f Established, 1S33- Tho'OIdost, Largost, Choapest, andvSbst Ncwspancr in Kansas; DaUr. rcrrear roe wUf, ptr j"ear .2U0 Delivered In any part of lire city, by ear ner, jttrttcn- 23 OAILY Trn cents per line, or one dollar per viuarefacli In-4-niie-.i. VJKKKLY Thirty it per line, or three dollars per s-iSlre, -u-li insertion. Address, THE TIMES. Loavonworth, ICJnu THE IHLD'POWSE CURES HUMPHEET8 HOMEOPATHIC SPECIFICS -?JI5J " ?,erml - twea ty yrars. S"! HICAl.al EFFICIK.NT medlelae known. Tliey are Just wbat the people want, sarin- time, money, "ickneaa and s-aflrr-in-r. Fvery sln-lr perine the well tried pencrlptlon of an ealaent physician. Jcml Cures. OnU. 1. FeYrrs, Coi-wUon, Innsm-BatlOTis, . 2. Wrm, Worn Feer, Warm Colic, . 2. Crylns-Colir. or Teething of Infants, . iiiarriire-a, or umrai-rn or Adults, . -"a J 8. Xruralxla. Toothache. Pa-Mi-h 3. Ilcad...

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. — 2 May 1878

r. x - - --im Ts iT T r THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, MaV 2. 187&-SIX PAGES. . .. .. i Sg""MT"""""'"""'","MM""S5SPWM o I- Pk... It- fe ?K O tf P I MMto SFtiStfg THOISDAY, MAY 2, 1S7S. CITY NEWS. IFrom Saturday Morning's Dally. Tuis'ls motion day in the District Coarr, Konnsc Coins ia the Probate Court yester. day. TnE river is on the rampage,, and rapidly Tiling. IlAy, wood and com are plenty upon 'the market now. AnorT 5130 wag received by the City Treasurer yesterday. I'ona wonder, the Trtnd did not blow with its accustomed celerity yesterday. JLuidly a hundred dollars was received into the County Treasury yesterday. These are dull times Indeed. There was not a single case before the po lice court yesterday rooming. AVe gtt good by streaks in this town. JIaj. 8. K. Tiioii-son has been lying dan-Eerou,-ly ill for the last three weeks at his residence on Fifth Avenue. A iimsc runaway on South Broadway yes terday afternoon made thine lively for awhile. Anything for exci...

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. — 9 May 1878

J --,-f JC iz . V 1 i 1 i THE LEAVENWORT WEEKLY .7v ifi TIMES d Ectaslitscd. 1855. Vol. 25,-Xo. LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MAY , 1878. .I f CauservnllTrlEstnbllslrrstbr I 1. K. Antlionjr, Jsnaarj, 1SGI. 1 i i l " 1-1 II it I". r i -j w s 3 3 ! Mtthlz inus THURSDAY. MAY 9. 1878. Machinery Hall, will Ic the best adver tiiin" agent the State could have. It is an opportunity that we should pot neglect, j "toil U ECTI IIJU The Times, yesterday, made an error in Mating that "the Tbpeka" mail was fifteen If AD, IF TRUE. i day late. The mail that wag fifteen da-g Vie find ths following paragraph in the i behind time, was the Kansas Pacific mail played In their most character-joritv of them are intimately associated 1 wakir. and art- Is to realize a vision ! with the tnvialt W ichita Bcaco-x. We hojss there is come mistake about it. The Santa Fe has a large land grant, principally in the western part of the State, and it is but natural that the company should endeavor to locate im migran...

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. — 9 May 1878

?28fflBJSiS THE LEAVENWOKTJBt WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY MAY S, l8tS.-SIX tfA&ES. !i .; vrT .- " ' . ' 3 I??' . ) In Wk V I . ' hi 8 t ij i ! s r i i Wittkh $iw THURSDAY, MAY 9, 1S7S. sen' cisterns sncncD. Fire Marshal Chapin has for some time advocated the construction of two new rc cisterns in the vestert part of the city, and the result of Sunday tnoraisg's fire proves conclusively the widota of his Fuggestion. Tlie property destroyed at the timerelerred to and which might have been saved if there had been any provision lor water in that portion of the city would have paid lor the needed cisterns more than twice over. The ieople in that part of town, pay just the same as those in other portions, and are entitled to the same protection, as far as it is in the power of the corporation to extend it to them. There are at pre Fcnt no cisterns west of Jiroadway, and a line of hoe over twenty-four hundred feet long was necessary to reach from the near est water to the tccne of llti fire...

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. — 9 May 1878

riir-r- i I i ii i " t I i i i i i hi T"-J ." ni Tn ! nil w i , - -.1S irTTrtlf IT 1 -TTl'lllBl II. In-aMf-l - ll I "" -- " "- :- "f . .. .lJ g-Mft ,,., i-SfcA-l,.. ?C - - .- - --- -- rT7M-n:'z .W7;?7: rrra-w -a-str"-. Tfc.-r.eft"-rf iaj'i--?A -" : .- . - - - -. . . ' . ' ' . g-xo " -"- - --nMjtM.j m -- j.-r'J--y--iM "nvwi" .Ji-fi ".n'o .! - y?gVCgniwt -'A,-J- y ZZZS&ggiZ THE TAVENWOBTH WEEKLY TIMES; THURSDAY, MAY 9. 1878.-SIX PAGES. .f' Fl J ,r I' I'' WsMz iiiips THURSDAY, MAY 0, 1S7S. MI E TOVT A .LOW IX 7t EXT TI7IE. Tlse ltw -York Iemltf says that row that the Gettysburg claim hap been reject--1. it i? likelv that in the next civil war , . Vcnn-vlvania will refuse to have any bat tles fought within her limit. " AirMuir in the Sere and Yellow Ia. qutlin' from taking another altuation for have very correct idea", of the real clrarac- Already '"V"-. ,, TCrai month. The question arises wlietb- ter of our Governor, and are not bac'-wanl runjmuni-m ;n St. Lois is not k obitren- ab...

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. — 9 May 1878

-m JCLi-M fc-Tss3i"J KU- " ' -L' "J-- " f." '2 o 1 -, m THE LEAVENWORTK WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, JUAY 9, 878.-SIX PAGES. ARHYAFFAIRS. Fort Leaver.worlh So!diers Eusy Bees The Infantry DriUing as Cavalry. as SAVED FROM SATiR.. Which is the Manner in Which tho Temperance People Put it. The Indians Anxiously Awaiting j- News From Their Comrades in the North. Five. Hundred Additional Signers Ad- ded to the Long Roll Last Night. theory, and by Il!V Dr. Jlus-cyoti the oppo site tide. Tlie remarks of al! the gentlemen were In-teret-tlnr;, and all presnt were entertained. Tno mcetinp, vhlcti was a most profitable one, '.s adjourned at nearly lea o'clocir, to tbe next r-tmlar evening two -.e-c-s hence, when rror.JIcCarly and ilr. Coleman -sill each deliver a short lecture on popular scien- GLQGD.D STOCK SALE. ----''---'''''--- COHGRESSIONAL against the aspirations of tIios-2 who first showery when the ceremony of opening l. Erusclj Slo. sMtl,. r pm n. . ..,. . ""Ur,CU "" oppressed and then de...

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. — 9 May 1878

-mr -s' -2.. - 1S&kVJm35&&'. EBfiRSSH KSM.il "123 .iS-"-- ssrnrzris U2S?---7! ' afcSSKk" -. 22S5KSfecCS TZ&3SS&K2g2mm9ms)Kr&. ; " ' "- THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TBIES; tt-TORSDA-t, MAjl7 9, J878.SI5L PAfeES, H w 1 I I w ?v TiHIE T IKIES. ! Established, 1VJ- Tho Oldest, Largest, Cheapest, and Best Newspaper In Kansas; Dally, per year ! 00 Weekly, per year - 00 Delivered in nny part of the city, by car rler, ier wetk 25 RATES OF ADVERTISING: DAILY Ten ee t-ts ier line, or one dollar per siuare each Insertion. Wi-.KICL.Y-Thirty cents per line, or three dollars ler so.ure, -ich insertion. Address, THE TIMES, Lcavonworth, Kan: THE 1HD"P0W-S CURES HUPHET8' HOMEOPATHIC SPECIFICS Been Inj-enrral use for twenty year. Everywhere proved the most rAFK. iIYIl-Ll-, KCO.NUMICAI.aa KFFICIKT medicine known. Tberarejimt-hat the people want, savins- time, money, -lrkur.it and .iirrrrfmr. t.vrry slng-lr Ierlne the well Irled perscrlntion of an eminent physician. Nos. Cnres. Onts. 1...

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. — 9 May 1878

''1'gil. '' i. .,-t. s-y mi I, .. , ,,- iinn, -aa 11 ' "L-T . - - - . - m i ii ii -111 I I II I IIMIHlilK'i1 t ' i i a-atT a - " si m "' t iMkJsIgMirSMgElyUiitgrr T gp I i5EgggSi$P? l-fpTiww .-.JjeAcus'a? ag. T"?." AW-Mir- , -, -- r " Cv t 'ft. - ii5S2JCS MiaMaWI9EwiMi utMiir iiaws THURSDAY, MAY 9, 1S7S. CITY NEWS. From Saturday .Homing's Dally. Mrvlcrrlc and JVcw Potatoes. ilr.J. W.Hushci.llvlnzon theDeSoloroad, had ripe atruwberrles In his garden on Uie jt of May, and sent us a lew specimens. He states that he also had new i-ol&tces from his garden for dinner the tame day. 'Will our easter" hreaders make a note of that? rfpe strawberries and new potatoes In Leaven, worth county, on the 1st of May. Itccrnlts for the Penitentiary. Day before yesterday a number of convicts arrived at the State Penitentiary, all of whom were from Southern Kansas, Ave be ins from Llnncounty. The sentences of those from Una county, range from fifteen to three years each. The more noted or the gang w...

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. — 16 May 1878

virj .- a- " EssssB Eys."1 j '! . i : n t -i r-tsaSssiS5il!fc"S3tt" BKrtg3S&gKZ&&StF3EH&XX2!ti nm,; WWIh. LEAVENWO WEEKLY TIMES it? : LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1878. pr Established, 1S55. Vol. 25.-5o. fConervl!veTEslibllbl lr 3.i ID. It. Anthony, J mi jury. 161. RTH rEnT"inm i iiSUdilu inus THURSDAY. MAY 1G. 1878. FRO.n A DCHOCKATIC STASD FOIST. The following highly complimentary notice of our senior Senator ve clip from the Austin, Texas, Slateiman, and when you remember that it comes from a Southern State, and from an opposition paper, you Syst conclude lint it is about a fine a compliment a a Republican Senator ever fceives . e JIB. IOAI.L&, OF KANSAS. Surely there Is a eln forth silver, and a pi ice for sold where tliey find It. Ju6 , I., From tul "text" Mr. Ingalls delivered a financial "tennon" lu the senate as remark able for Its good sense and logical acumen a for its conciseness of expression and anlllhet lcal force. Ills speech Is most rema...

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. — 16 May 1878

R- V c m MLULJJIMXggg iaaawi-S: - THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, MAY 16. 1878.-SIX PAGES. rv .' minx-Ml! $iigg THU1.SDAY, MAY 10, 1S78. Airrs-ncx is directed 'o our (;ardn-'cV.i-.i-tment on '.c thi this morning's i-ne. ". 1 and raze ol The ouisbnrg l&raU comes to us en larged and otherwise improved. The 11a cQj one of our best weekly exchange", and we take pleanre in chronicling this evi dence of its gucccss. If the rieopleof Louis burg consult their own interests, they wiJJ give the Herald a liberal support, It AIL. AAD VAXi:it. . For several week there have been indica tions that the railroad running between Xew York and Chicago intended to enter into competition with the water routes for the carrying of the east-bound freight. These indications now seem to lc veri&'d by the "reports from Chicago, that the rail rates on grain are down to 14(il5 cents ler 100 pounds from that city to "ew York. DIZ.VT1I OF CATUAKlXb Catharine Esther Deechcr, sister of the Itev. Henr...

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. — 16 May 1878

-scss3(X3raw39sssgc833BlS35as3 THE LEAVJiiNWbltTiiWEMKLYfiaiMi THJjitSlAx MAV 10, 1S7S.-SOL PAGES. C . .11 tip, M ; '1 M i ,i i i' .. . W Ik h I Ttl It I IT (( i . ) i ir F 1 k. vSi VM(i, I - -- t I 1TIIURSDAY, MAY 10, 2S7S. A GUAM AFFAIIl. Some time ago the Odd Tellows of this city determined to extend an invitation to their brethren throughout the State, to join with the order in Leavenworth in a grand celebration of the coming Fourth of July, and itcis confidently cxpectedth.it a large number of lodges ,will accept the in vitation, and join their Leavenworth bre thren in celebrating the glorious Fourth. Everything now indicates that the celebra tion will be a complete success, and the grandest affair of the kind ever attempted in Kansas. The fraternity will be here in force. Odd Fellows from nearly every county in the State will be in attendance; they will come as lodges, and as individuals, and it is confidently eriectcl that the celebra tion will bring y us by far the largest n...

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