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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 4 July 1878

H-ir-; .- i-iu-1 ' 5 . LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, JOLT 4, 1878.-SIX PAGES. U r .! t IS- V MttMji SKitus THURSDAY. JULY -1, 1S7S. CITY NEWS. IJ-Vom Thursday Morning' Dally. la!a night. "rrrtU Were raade by tUe r,oIice TiiEgra.n.1 promenade around the county courthouse., rspldly proere-Mlng, and will soon be flulsheu A l""il-iusi part v wan htl .tfli. i-mMkiiiv of Mrs.OwIlionic, on Cherokee t-treet, near ; "uiiu,iMiuJt;iil.b')liielillyir llielltue jihkk "cwtii-unz.w in me festivities, uc-Jier -4 jui some or the o der folks. Tin saloon on Shawnee -di-eer. between IS-venUi Mn-et and UroH'J-ray, known as l"ncleTom"sCabln,""fcept by 1 noma Can., Was raided alau ry hour estcrday morn-log- bv oeveral unknown patties, a iar-e 'luanttly of liquor and clipint stolen, and the lronl window a and the dour carried OIL A loc.va man named Dana Hall, employ ed in Ihe railroad whops at Ottawa, was M-ri-ously injureii yesterday morning by tailing iiom the top ot a car that he was palatini; to ...

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 July 1878

'.eukfbJSSiJ-iS&1 r 'VLfi ifs; j$ -C r;- muxi T-slaVA x.T.mKmr&rwtT 1&.S - k ' I . . r f I J Mnh 3jam.cs THURSDAY, JULY -1. 1S7S. CITY NEWS. IFrom Thnnday Mornlns'o Dully. bceral arrests were made by the police laolnlglit. The grand promenade around the county court tioow Is rnoldlv Droereiarfne. and will noon be finished. A scri-rise party was held at the rewidenre of Mr.Cawtborne,on Cherokee t-treel, near niunujbi niKiit, some liny me nixie wi iisini; engaged in me lean vines, w;eiei home of the o der (oiks. THE saloon on Shawnee (.trcer. between S-enlh t.tr-et and ISrwlway, known as "Uncle Tom's Cabin," fcc.l by J uuuu lam, wan raided at an eary hour J eaterday inorn lni; bv oeveral unknown parties, a large quantity ofiKiuor and cigar stolen, and the iront windows and tin- door carried ot A louxoman named Dana Hall, employ ed in Ibe railroad Mn.pi at Ottawa, waa Kerl ously lujureii yc-terdiiy morning by Jailing Irom the lop ot a car that he was palatini: to aliuril fl...

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 July 1878

r ! ! u II ! tl a' i t II h i j h i A h s 1 1 Ik 1 THE TIMES. IKstabllshcd.lSH. ho Oldest, Largest, Cheapest, and Best Newspaper In Kansas; all v. rer annum ta m W toekjyt per annum ... ; on eilvere-d In any prut of the city, bv car eer, ' ulyg 25 RATES OF ADVEKTISING : O.VIII i-Ten cents per line, or one dollar per square each insertion. lw WbKKIA Thirty con l per line, or three dollar per square, each insertion. Address, THE TIMES, Leavenworth. Kan: SEE KILD'PCrarEB CURES HUMPTnirvnt H03IE0PATHIC SPECIFICS F.1 uffMra ' u " twenty yr.ru. .Vim?-J5 Pnrd tlir nimtMI'F, .. h -'-0niC.iI-aa EFFICIENT "icdlrinrs known. Thrj are Just what "eeiple want, Kavln-r lime, money, icrfiir and (utrriinc Every Insrle 'perMr tlir urll fried peracriptioa of an eminent pbslclan. -K- C-irri. OnU. I Irer, Co-ir-fllou, Inflammations. . i Drills, Winn Fever. Worm Colic! " 1. Cr)lii:r-fIlr,orTi-etriIn.;ofInfanU. " BOARD OF EDUCATION The Regular Monthly Session Last Night and What was Done Thereat. Which Was...

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 July 1878

SSS9fC V THE LEAVENWORTK WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, JULY 4 i K f I . T j i' THE TIMES. (Established, 1SK. ho Oldost, Largest, Choapost, and Best Newspaper In Kansas: ally, per annum. -J!8 00 2UU Wekly, perauuum - elivered in any part of the city, bv car rier, jer weelr RATES OP ADVERTISING : DAILY Ten cents per line, or one dollar per square each insertion. WEKKLY Thirty cents per line, or three dodars per tjuare, eacli insertion. Address, THE TIMES, Leavenworth. Kan: THE 2CLD'P0WE2 CURES HUMPIHT,TR H01IE0PATHIC SPECIFICS r-!'.f.J 'J? R"ral use for twenty year-i. "I.-t'-LK. K4-C.V.V1IC tl.al EFFIC1K.NT medicines knnnn. They are Just what llir people want, nartng time, money, Mrttnrs. and surferluc Kvenr sln-fie Pcclftc tlir well Jrlrd peracrlptlOB of an eminent physician. No. Cnrea. Cents. 1 Frvrr. Conce-timi. Inflftnmatlona. . 2. "it onus, Vnn Fever. Worm Colic jlll Itr.m.Mc "Vrur.-il.rl.-i. lootharh. e-.,I...- 23 e llradarlir sick II. adact Vertigo, . in. ljiirpsla. liilioDn Sumach, ...

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 July 1878

55H?3E2L: !aSs?,KSE't1 ' - "!is!L';a? ?"" -.-vanr 1 . i' r i AVJSNWORTH, WEEKLY .TIMES; THURSDAY, JDLY 4, 187S.-SIX PAGES. JJT-i 'WTWwj .attire ei. . . ii. n " i ft r. Y EtaU!Bbei, 1855. Vol. 25.-H o. 11. tlMltlii Whites THURSDAY, JULY 11,1878. l'UIII.IC IJIJI1.DI.M.N. Itelerring to the appropriation niaiie for public building, at Tojieka, the Hiawatha JJutteh nays : Tln-rt; has Ijccti an flort on Hie part of IjtHK nvtorlli towcurr I'm nectloll of ItOV- rmneiit, 0urtaiiI l'osiollirrluiliIlii::,aIsu. limit r:iu lianlly lie fjclcsl that Consrts,s will 1? itli-rwl- than cautious In miking tiprirlationh In new- Statt-s until things ln liinrpretty well vtttlisl. Tliereaietoomatiy iti-ianvKof iiiiiMirooin Kiouthan a warning nitmsiaiiy un-cUI.-vs ImsUj In hocli iiit- I.rs. To'Uaheliu the cijuUilof tin-Mat.-, IMTiiiinrnUy .-st-ililiMi.ti, tlurr wj no I...V.H u-hyslie hhould not Ions since liave i.il i.r...v.rii!i)tnl huililln under way, hud it not hern, as we s.i!d before, for l'lill-liji-'...

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. — 11 July 1878

! .--&qgjprimmgm -,s , I & LEAVENWORTH TIMES JJJ X LEAVENWORTH, 'KANSAS, THURSDAY, JULY 11, Estajllshei, 1855. I Vol. 25.-Jfo. H.f 187S. ( ConscrrnUTe K-itililishrtl br t D. It. Autbuuy, JnuuarvlS6l THE WW H 1 l "i 1 tSfltoltla Sfiuts THURSDAY, JULY 11.1S73. roui.ic mJii,ui.M;s. Referring to the appropriation made or public building at Tojicka, the Hiawatha Ditpaldi Fa ys : There has been an tJIorton the part of I-.i.l.liuorthtos-cuie the ejection of Oov triimciit. Court and rosloMcebiilldliisn also. Hut It can hardly I -Xected that Congress will 1 other be than cautious In maklm; appropriations In new Mates until thiiiirs be rumepn tty well settled. Thereaietoomany instances of mushroom KiowlhaH n warning i4Miu.t any wrcckles,- haste In hucli mat ters. Tojx'tea belli; the cjplt.il of the State, l-rmiiie.iiiy established, there was mi teusou why she should notion;; since have had her (JoVL-rniilcnt building under way, had it not been, a we said before, for Phil lips' double ...

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 July 1878

1 . -TS.-. i THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, JULY 11, 1S7S.-SIX PAGES. h i II I'i I m s ; - i ?&. r p Mwl SJimns TIIUI1SD.VY. JULY 11, ISTn. ItEPL'Itl.ICATY COM: It IlSSt .!(. co.VE.vrios, russT ims Tiiicr. A delegate convention of the Kepubllcans of the First Congressional District,'? Kaaas will be held at Manhattan, lC.-uis.is, on Wed nesday, the Htli day of August t7, at the ItonrofS o'clock . m.. for tin- purie of nominating a candidate fur Congress, and transactlngsucii otlicrlmslncw, as may come beforo the convention. ald ctiui-iilioii shall consist tf the following number of dil egutcs from the heveral counties in the dis trict, being the name apjioiiiluicnt as made by the Ktato Central Committee in their call for the htate Convention, to wit: Counties. Delegates, Counties. Ileg.ilos. Atchison ..' Mitchell .1 ISrowu - 5 Nemaha. I Clay- 4 Norton .. . 1 Clouil 4 4sborn.. ' Iavls. Z OtUwa a Dickinson. 5 Phillips . 'J Ii..niphwn ,G I'tiltau atomic. 5 Fill" , 1 Itepuli...

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 July 1878

ss - r ssssrgi' If THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY JULY. 1878.-SIX PAGES. SUPREME COURT SYLUBI. STATE OF KANSAS,' Y o lfiH William O. Knilz s. Tlie Paola TonuCompanj Error from iliainl (Amu t llever0. Bl THE COUCT. VAI.EXTZSZ, J. 1. The General Incorporation law, passed Ausust2l,lU3, limited l! existence of ei err coriwmuon u the period expreM-d In Its tliartcr.orlfuo period or limitation was ex pressed lu lis charur, then said general In corporation Unlimited lu exUteuce to ten K?"- lUlw''0 It. paRelW.) On AuguU J. Sw. an net wu iwtaed to Incorporate tlie i'T.Wn-.cSiI?.pany:. L',W8 of JM3. page KZ) This net did not limit the exUtencVtf . i i tujn'jny a corporation toanr ,........ iiniu oj ume. under It the !- la town oomnanr nruuni-... rt..A,... iki( .rtd, tust Bald town coinpacy n created to - curauon lor me penou o " J earn and uo longer. 3. Bald general Incorporation law alw pro- idt-d fur iliu alKrallon, uhiIiii or rt jeal an) Kuuv-o,uent It-gl.lallou.of an cli.tiUr f;ru...

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 July 1878

or x i? THE LEAVEN WORTH WEEKLY TIMES; THURSDAY, JULY 11, 1878.-SIX PAGES. WCZ&93- Y I h i f THURSDAY, J LLY 11,1578. Hon. Stewart L. Woodicrd, in a recent a h'ress before a literary society at Am li rn, Ma.se., suggested thai the tone of Con-..-,.-., might be derated by adding to its i.u oilter nne membrr at large, to Ik vo ted for all oer the country on a national litkcL x i: aii.'iv. The Secretary of War will, as rapidly a possible, increase the army to the author ised standard ol 20.000 raen. and it is not improbable that all may peon be needed. Indian and Mexican thieves both require all the attontii.n Congress has rmitted us to give them. s.1 ItJi:CT. The fanner in Ohio promise to furnish llie medical colleges with all the still' thev need from the army of tramp who .ire burning barns and threatening the live of all who uc machinery in farm work. i j i:vvi it-watm :km. Mr. Watterson informs an anxious world that he is done with Mr. Hewitt, and says further: "Nothing that h...

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 July 1878

?j- asT la ' , 5- Im - , , . . - THE T.EAVENWORTH WEEKLY TflMES: THURSDy uugTll, 187 8.-SIXJP AGES JtoCO uoo THE TIMES. lLs4Jtlilulh.il, "! Tho Oldost, Largest. Chonpost. and Best Nowspaocr in ix-nsa.., Silly. per annum l-.ivcml m any part ol the city, by car- -ler .rcs?jt - RATES OF ADVERTISING: DAILY -Ten cent per line, or one collar per sou-ire each Insertion. WE vL -Thirty c -its per line, or three J.,l! rs ht square, each ? l. "-. AcMro-, THE TIMES, Leavenworth. Kan: Special Local Notices. Dn. "Wimiofts As-i I'i uioiui of Fi: xer. amiAobf. Tonic' Willioft'n Tonic has established itself as the infallible Chill mre. It is universally ailmiUeti to hj the only reliable and harmless Chill medicine now in ne. It efficacy is confirmed by tlioiisanu of certificates of the Terr bent IKiiplo from all parts of the country. cures malarious diseases of every tyi from tbeohaUni; ague of the lakes an.! valley", to the rainS fevers of the torrid rone. 1 ry It' It ha. never lain Inown to fail. ...

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 July 1878

- jy ssSti -ii " ru. ,' anyjg 'V 1 7J5J353surtS5". THE i-E AVBH WOKTH x.yriMEg; -THPRSbAY, . JDIiY 11. 1878.-SIX PAGES. "' -r i ' (VHaaaBBaaaaaaaaaaaMHaaaMiaaaBsaBaaESSaaaaBaBBaaaaaBNvsaaaaMaaiHKniaaaTaaaaBBMaaaaaaaaKi fl m h m u u sv W BiPiP i.it K: ; was InHis Glory on the Fourth Although Soiaewbal Hoarss on Yesterday. Leavenworth's Conlribulion to the Observance of ihe Birihday of Our Country. The Procession in the Morning Be ing a Mammoth Affair, snd Passing off Pleasantly. Whi;c the Industrial Departman! the Parade was Simply In describable. of Our Beautiful City Decorated and Adorned Like a Bride to be Led to the AHar. Exercises at the Grove, Together With a Slight Reference to the Addresses Made. The Illumination of the City at Night and the Pyrotechnic Display From Out the Besom of the Murky Mis- . souri. The Whole of Which was Witnessed Jjy at Least Twenty Thous and People. I Trom Saturday Muruir.., Dai!). A OALA-DAI. Iicavenworth never lcokt d more beautiful than fcliu did...

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 July 1878

HMMHPmHBH Jffr-r'" vif-fc-4- - s ii ,, -"--,.i-s.v,..--Kr" v3 1tt1 LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES Established, 1855. . I Tel. 23.-30. 12- LEATEN WORTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JULY 18, 1S7S. (Coincrvailrr Ti.tnblls.'irt I7 I U. U. Autltunj, J:umarIStjl. THE v ' .- K- chli ianits TITUK.SDAY. JULY IS. 1878. riFTEE.1 IIVKDRr.D Eoinii. "We are in a receipt of a communication signed "S. S."' which criticises the School lioard for refusing to pay more than fifteen hundred dollars a year for a stiperinten dent, and expro-ra prcat fears that some incompetent man will I employed unless the Board con-cnt to pay a higher salary enough to induce some eastern man to come here and take the o-ition. Our cor reepondent if in error at every point. We .1., not want anyliody brought litre from the exit, at a fancy price, so long as we have so many competent mm in our own inid't. The danger that an inconitietcnt man may be employed is not in the fact that a competent one cannot 1 had at the salary offered, but bec...

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 July 1878

p-- i--S. - a w . ..v Nr,-".''.''-,. 3 ! I.; w i s M r i I i r. 4 if THE LEAVEN WORTH WEEKLY TIMES; THURSDAY, JOLY 18, 1878.-SIX PAGES. Mukhj iwjg THURSDAY, JULY 18, 1S73. a iii.i .s:ll. .-.eivlxJy agrees that this lias been -tbe w . t "hot spell" ever experienced in jan-ri-. We lia-c frefiucntlr had days as hot a- those of the Ian week, but they have al ways heretofore been accompanied by cool nisht3, made pleasant by refreshing breeze?. It has been no uncoiorann thing to hare the mercury away up in the nineties during the day, while a blauVet would be necessa ry to comfort at night. JJut the present hot spell, which commenced on tlieolh, md lias continued without cessa tion ever since, i-teadily growing a little warmer every day, lias liecn hot all the time. Men go home in the evening ultcily worn out from the elective heat of the day, only to eweat and swelter through the niht. Those who have unusually favor-.Me juartcr3 can be passably com furlable for an hour or two, about dayl...

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 July 1878

- THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, JULY 18, 1878,-SIX PAGES. : u s m t nletli Annlrersary ' Wo ninn's Kiel"" .tlovt-mrlil. jKochuster, N. Y-, Express, . T Thirty years ago, L c July 10, IMS, the .rt meeting of the leaden advocates of wjraens' rights, was hti in Seneca Tallf. JLucretia Molt, of I'kiltulei'i.his. an able woman and well known throuc'iout the country as a iiiiilanlliropi.-t, was the lead ing Fpiril of the occasion. For two days tlie subjects included in the "platform" of the woman's riglils movement, wereearnest ly dL"CU-ed, during the first day by women only. On the 20th men took part in the discussion. Mrs. Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Publication Notice. -ten as now prominent in the presentation oi the views of women, who claim the right to vote and to participate in public affair?, read a "Declaration of Sentiments," in which the exercise of the inalienable right to the elective franchise was the first and foremost demand. Amendment of the Ii: vorce lawc, ejual ri...

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 July 1878

r -aj J "S5- -V3 J riijy'J"l, 9M" ftB,N-' THE LfeAVlJNWOR'm WEEKLY TIMES; THURSDAY. JULY 18, 187S.--SIX PAGES. CI- a" jws IV in Hi: vc Jr- Mn iJimrs THURSDAY. JULY IS, 1S7S. saubow-uiace cnsvcvri(. A convention of the rcpresentativc-i of the narrow-guage railrozdi in the United Slates will be held at Cincinnati, on Val- ncsJav next, pnrFiiant to a call ivuel liv the cxecntivc committee 3ioiiitcii at the .-'.- J.ouii convention, of June 19, KSTi It is slate! in the call, that ilurin the last fix Tears peroral hundred miles of nsrrotr guage road have bean built and j'lit in ojieration, and that an opportunity will I offered to those intcrctel in then? mad', to compare the cost of the two ft.iciu, staml ard and narrow-guage ; to ccmjiarc the power and epcrd of locomotives ; to compare the capacity, comfoitf and 'safety of pissenger rolling- stock; to compare the capacity of freight rolling-stock ; to compare the ji:c- tionof dead weight; tocomparethe operat ing expends of the tnogaugci...

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 July 1878

,--- -J ,., -t - , . , - , --- -. zrzz??&- LlJyw.'.vL'"1:" "" ' ' --"; ;- ,- ., .. ,- "- : J -, .,. .?jkx M gwh.iiTT'-. . MLsmt : v' .- .- . , ,,..,.,. , - ".Ss'VV --- THE LEAVENWORTK WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, JULY 18, 1878.-SIX PAGES. 1 J.' . 1 ! K x THE TIMES. (Established, 1855. Tho Oldest, Largest, Cheapest, and Best Newspaper In Kansas; Dally, per nnnnm n oft Weekly, per nnnnm 2 (JO Dell vered In any part of the city, by car- lct i" - -s i 2S RATES OF ADVERTISING ; DAILY Ten cents per Hue, or one dollar per aqu.ern each insertion. WEEKLY Thirty cents per line, or three .,.....,,, ltl -juare, eacn insertion. Address, THE TIMES, Leavenworth, Kan: !THB'lflLDrOWZB' CURES HTIMPrT"R"RTH HOMEOPATHIC I SPECIFICS Been In central nsefertwenry year-i. fcverynhere proved tbe mint MAFE, HIMPLK. KVOSuNlt:AIsa EFFICIENT medicine known. They are Jtist what die people want, sarin time, money, sickness and inrrrlnc. Every alncie apcrine the well tried peracrlptloa of an eminent physician. Ton....

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 July 1878

I t'V' . j '- ---. H- u '( I f 4$ & mmwrvm'nwzr.f &-' WHnMy, S5iwB TJIUESDAY, JULY 11, 1873. CITY NEWS. CAKLlIorrstAN (Oilrrcd a sl.iw pUno to Juupoila jesUtdy. PtvrLEln Kamashave no reason to c.in plcinnf being "hard up." TtimAn brimmed f.traw liats Willi n 1 l.ornt?) t.i - -c predominating style for gentlemen. TiiRonly mulntosdoncattlie lolIce coutt yesterday inotnlug was tile lining of two street walkers IW each. Stephens & tlarrlsues had on exhibition v estenlay a inaclilue fan which will cool any room, no matter how hot It may be. Ills quite a cariosity. The highest thcrmomcterquoted yMer.!ay In the shade, was 101 ; the lowest at the same hour!"! . It was 110 In the sun at 2 o'clock In the afternoon. I v Justice Matblxs' rourt y.-lenlaj Uie Kill! t iMlrliaU Isms M. The lfc.unl of tounly Commissioners, for sue, was decided in favor ol the plalntltr. Fkank Bitten nx, for carrylnc concealed weaiwns, and Henry lJartman fordMurblug the peace, were aricstu! by the lllce l...

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 July 1878

.nfs .iC-ri -.. v - V -r3 '. " - J -3-l is..' " . veaJ THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY- TIMES WBWHCI - -.ri2iI5 1. . " I- 'J? i Estatlisbei, 1855. Vcl. 23.-1,0. ia, J LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JULY 25, 18TS. Hi i r r MnW gvimts THURSDAY. JULY 2",, 1S78. mAIIOLIVM. When George T. denied the tnith of the charges made against him in the fall of 1 S70, it was at once hown from the records of the Recorder of Iecds ami the office of the Attorney Centra! of New Yorlc, that Ai statements were not supported by the official record. At the Grand Army Reunion, iii Jnnc last, in tin city, he made a speech in which lie uttered the name sentiment that he has heretofore uttered at Tojeka, Mound City, Fort I-cavenwortb, Thayer, and a dozen other places. Indeed he- liu uttered this name sc-ntiuient in al , i"n,-t-c-vory sjieccli he has made in the last fifteen years. Only such pajiers as tlie Abilitie Gazelle, Manhatlen ..YeijWifi,Oska Iooe lultjiriuitnU anJ a few others of like liarar-tci, deny the trut...

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. — 25 July 1878

iV ,T'vU --- - 3- irv- "wT SrrsTBrtsjipr a'"r,iT'' -, . THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, JULY 25. 1878.-SIX PAGES. r."-ggjSl--- - 'l - i. r ?J t " WV t t' " TUUKSDVY JULY j 1S"S : L3''" I ; ; mi: nr.Asorv why 'i he Commwucillh of Sunday morning speaking for the Governor, makes known the reason why His. Excellency has dicov ereil, at this late day, that a former Board of Trustees violated the law. It says : lor mouths tlicvs much penccateil men have been Inn cn-ing the fetalc. warning tin; Innocent auiIcoaQdin: public to na longer place trust In Woo. T. Anthony. Wc were coufiden t that some such reason was at the bottom of it, for wc know the Governor well enough to know that he is never moved liy a motive thai doc nut rest upon felf. Without poinding to speak for the Board, and without knowing whit the member of the Hoard may have to say in their own defense, we desire to call the attention of the Cam'. mrnireaWe to a few fact, which are matter of record, and with which the p...

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 July 1878

.Sfii. vJ--ge--g-----------3-i- mi nai.uin.iin n. .-ui. i.gn.. i . ..wrs J 'i -. -..U1fc-r. -tLTfy- yi.M.i, J121S-rfk"1 '"S -I -3 '.. mwwi ii, i ,i I, . ,. . y--Tg-.,- ' i '!i it !iV : f 4 ' I K r p i 1 ; !i !? - 3V1 1 1 vf;1 2? TH THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES t THURSDAY. JCLY 25, 1878.-SIX PAGES. ---tt-W1 " i " .. . .t-.. Tho ,rtT tho a j nlj nns TIIUIISD.VY. JULY --, 1873. l.lCOLa Clt,.TY. Kcd Hot Weather, and Honking- 11 it Crop. Lincoln, Nek, July 15, 1S78. Kinroii Timk: As it is eome time since the ouUule world has heard from this neck o' wools, I propose sending you a few notes tre it is everlastingly too late, that is, ere this red hot, blistering weather li3 melted me entirely away. Thermometers are running wild 10a id the shade on Saturday last. "o sunstrokes that I have heard of, !ut .(hade-strikes are numerous men are seen Mriking for the shade in all directions. There arc many ways of expressing the state of the weather, and frequently we hear it mentioned in con nection...

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