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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 26 December 1878

t. .se V ' a 5-, : .' THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES THURSDAY DECE3IBEU 2, 1 V Tfc? C?V" T O ES. i 4 O. i"AA iAlir r i v JT - - -Se Wnlh 'ims THCKSDA.Y DECEMBER 20. 1873. DEATH or MAYAKD TAYI.-.K. IJ-varil Tavlor, journaliat, author and pott, known Lv LU works all over the civi l.zcd irorW.ditd TtcrJay afternoon about four o'clock, at Berlin. At the time of his death he held one of the most important and repon.ible foreign positions under the Government of the United States that of American Minister to Germany. It is not a a diplomatist, uowever.orpolitiiian, that he will be remembered, hut as an author acd journalist hi? whole life having been devoted to literature. He was horn in Ktn nett Square, Wet Chestir county, I'e-nn-!-vinis, January 11, lS2-", and cou-e tiiie-nlly, t the time of hia e!el!i about Cl'lr.four year old. In I42 he btciine an aitpnu tice In a urintinz offici in Went Cho-ter. In ISU-'O he made a jitiitflrian tour in Europe, and after hi return pub lished "View Afoot...

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. — 26 December 1878

THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES! THURSDAY DECEMBER 26. 1878.-SIX PAGES. tfcMn inws THURSDAY. DECEMBER 20. 1878' -X Wooden nrdnlnc A number of tne friends of Mr. Al Swift and wile made descent upon their reei Jcnce on Durban rtreet, between Seventh ntreet and Broad stay, last night, the otca nion being the fifth or wooden anniversary of their wedding. The presents were very numerous anJ appropriate. li fan be ProTea That the flavlr given to cakes, pudding, creams and t uce, by Dr. IVice'ii Special Flavoring Extract-, are as natural m the fruit from which they are made, and as much unliltejn delicate ftgrpraodnrcnglh, the cheap extracts, aa caossiblv be jmag ined. Std&w The ;naidiBnll. The Guards' Ball at 9Jd Fellows' hall on Friday night, will be trie event in Kocial circlet-, and i" being looked forwanl to with anxious expectation. From thenutn ber of invitation iis-ued and the tickets sold the attendance will be very large. The assemblage "ill be the gayest and most brilliant lx;a...

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. — 26 December 1878

. j, -v - "'7srvtf'tj 3 ' . -S'-Wyv - - .jr -.-. .. r c s r r Wittily Sbinues fc THURSDAY nHCEMAER 23, 1878. A Hohbr HIC. Mr. Juati Foley, the enterprising gsa fit tar and plumber, bad a nobby rig out yes terday. It was very corafartabk looting sleigh made entirely of gu pipe. Tbere is aot a piece of wood en it, nor a joint, c?ery tbiag being gas piie turned as it wa neC eWarY. It Can bo Froen 'That the flavor given to calces, pudding, cresms and ?aucei, by Dr. Price's Special Flavoring Kitract", are rs natural as tlie fruit from which they arc made, and as much unlikc.in delicate fiivorjitijetrtc-th, the cheap extract, as can roibly ljmg intd " Sldilw II-hI kia.tr TMCklrf. The following u the list if prorty transfer as rtcorded yesterday in the i Cice of the Itegtslrr of I)cdi : John lligginbotham and wife to Adam lueller. lot 0 and 10, block 2.'!, in Latta'i! addition to the city oi Ieavenworlh, 'J0. I'jobafc flatter. The following u the record of the pro ceedings in the I'robate ...

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 January 1879

- " 4 f LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY , 187ifc& V t " 1,248. ? 3MJg - h. I it The anean rateful j M. .u iiS mi at his ad bed. Owing l Tcnate concatenation JjLe precnt Chief Eaecu- uTs commonwealth has never en joyed the privilege of telling the ItiJ'e, officially, what he ha? done for them and, what is worse yet, he never will have such a nriTilipe. Now. tin in a bad etate of affairs, and it hu caused us a great deal of mental anxiety. We have concluded that such a condition of things will never to The Governor mint have a chance to te"I- the world about all the wonderful thingK he has accomplished. It is abso lutely neces-ary Uiat he elwuld have such a chance. The good of the State requires it ; and, U sides, if 1 e should h.v to return to private life wiih all that information in him, we shouldn't want to be reiponsible fur the consequences. oessily knows no law, and since it if a necessity that the - Governor should have his '"say," in order to "pitch intu" a few ind...

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 January 1879

.i r t v V ff . I 4 HE LEAVEJS WORTH WEEKLY '&LMKS- THURSDAT JANUARY 2. 18?.-SlX r A awnws '.THURSDAY JANUARY 2, 1 The LegUlatcre meet? on Tuefdar.the 14th of January, End balloting for Senator commences two wtels from that time the 23th. TO Ol'U HEAD EH S. Believing that the practice of Milling a New Year's sddres bj the carriers is a bore, and an unnecessary imposition, The Times this year will not issue one. Our readers par us for the paper, and we paj the carriers for their work, which we trust they have done faithfully and well. tiik :ici(:ii.Ti'itAr. roi.i.F.oE. i lie next brio of the Agricultural Collect- will Ix-gin Friday, January 3d, lfe"i. Tu'n'on ab-olutrly free. Students can en ter at any time, if able to pa-a an addi tional examinatitn upon the Mibject stud ied by the claties which they exptct to n ter. ItENrjIPTIIIX. The'Crst of January being a legal holi day, Secretary Sherman will to regard it, and postpone the legal resumption of t" pecie paynrenta at the Treas...

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 January 1879

'"i.Ti THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TTMES: THURSDAY JANUARY. 2, 1879. j. " , -j. ry. U Wttlik im THURSDAY, JASUABY 2. 1879. CITY NEWS. From Tuesday Morning' Dally 1 Moke snow is predicud. It was cold yesterday morning. The hotels are doing a good business now. Travel oo-all o the railroad in good now. Sot much doics in the Probate Court yesterday.. THI.NG3 in general are Tery quiet in police circles now. It was warmer last night- than it has been for some time put. The Aihanaeum met at the residence of Mr. S Loewentbal lat night. Tjie boy cboir in the Episcopal Church (Sc. Paul's) in steadily improving. Tue District Court has adjourned until after .New Year, and will convene next Thursday morning. These was but one real estate transfer recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds yesterday. The holidays to far have been very pleas antly spent, and there surely ha been no dearth of amusements. Miss Fannie Marshall, of Ixington, Mo., is visiting relatives here. She leava. lor SL Joseph n...

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 January 1879

THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY JEHES THTJRSD JANUARY 2. 1879.-SIX PAGES. iMl fiHimw .THTBSDAY JAXUARY 2, 1S79. H fcl IS..? ES. Established, 1SS3.'; Tho Oldest, uargeaii inoaiii Best, end Lcadins Newspaper In Kansas. Pays More Post age than any other four capers lne State. Dn . 5r annum S s.oe Wuft; j , I.r anunm Deil -eil In any part ol tne city, by car- nor. oer girt 25 L-AIIT 1-n iiuprltue, cb Inw-nK-n. Ki Kt Y-'l a J"r '"" "" L ,u' " rt.'r . C. . ANTHONY, Loavonworth. Kan. CiTY NEWS. I From Sunday Morning's Dally I'Bcmitc your calling cards or next TucJar. The county treasury received about 52, 010 yesterday. The river dues not afford as good skat ing a it Las in former yean. Willis A. TAVr hM bcen aP"ia a ckrk to Maj Gibn, paymaster, l..S. A Tnis i? the time, when n the rii-k of breaking e coasting. The American Kicul'anu an J the Leav enworth Weikly Times .cr one ear for S2u0. Tun ice upon the rivf r is strong enough to cdniit of teams heavily loadct cros-ing wliich i good for the aple...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 2 January 1879

5IX PAGES. 5" V X- rv it I A rtliiXlXti VE1 VII . Tf.. i.lt hnnp has been put to a novel ue in Italy. iVofefaor le Uoswl, of Rome, lias u-ed the instrument in detectine and measuring subterranean sound at Vesu vius, and reports his experiments as highly successful. Tbc telephone, before being ad justed, when artificial vibrations had no effect upon it, repeated violently the shocks and the rumblings at the bottom of the crater of the volcano, and, a the Professor expre-seoit "'registered shocltsof earthquake othcrwi-e imticrceptible." A itiuicui.oim sfoRv. One of the numeroui "enterprising" Washington correspondents set a ridiculous story afloat to the effect that Mr. George Child?, proprietor of the Philadelphia ifjCT, had procured from the Secretary of the Xavy permission for two newspaper men to accompany Gen. Grant in his con tern plated tour in the United States war vessel Richmond. Secretary Thompson says that Mr. Child never made such a re quest, and if he bad it could not ha...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 2 January 1879

THE LEA WuM Sfrtus THDESDAY, JAXUABY 2, 1879. Lecture. There will be a lecture and festival at Stranger on New Year's eve. The lecture will be bj Father Kelly. A pleaoant time is expected, and the Sew ear will be ushered in in a happy manner. THE CLAD C EST DAY. . Chiaie st Ft. gavBwartl. It u rumored the 23d regiment of Infani try will be ordered to r em snu " " .,- . vcoVil and that the 18lh Infan trv, Gen. Tbos. Koger commanding, will take its place at Fort LeaTenworlh. The 18th is now in the South. Chapter Election. The following officers were elected at the regular meeting of Leavenworth Chapter o. 2, last Monday evening: E. W. O-good, H. P. ; M. a Botzel, K.; John Weetlake. S ; C Beck, Treasurer; John Gimper, Secretary; P. J. Freling, Trustee. 8weeil ftcenlcel. Eznerienoe tells us that a aweet and del icate odor renders a person oi ine plainest features agreeable and attractive. A de lightful odor from a lady or gentleman is always admired, and Dr. Price's Pet Boee, Meadow Pow...

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 January 1879

3SKSCT' -I' 'K.mwy' -zsix THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES ? -rj Ccntomtive rtabTithl bj I 0 fi. n'.hony Mnuarj 1 86 1 . J LEAVENWORTH KANSAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 9, 1879. NUMBER 1,249, Pi s -gi J3M tP JUM J ' Ifc L J, L fiA. . " Lri. -f Wittily Wvmz THURSDAY, JASUAEY 9. leTD. Tim UIUIMIFUV rK the Tint:. The little fellow whose mother, for the want of better bedding, wm wont to tuck him up under the cellar door, of cold night, and who expressed his sympathy for xwr children, whose mothers had no cellar doors with which to coTer them, was a philoso pher, and one whose philosophy is exactly suited lo'the present times. Trade is dull, and business is almost flat we still hare a little to do, it is true, but' a 3 little that we would hardly connider it worth reckoning in ordinary times; yet the meagre measure of prosperity which fate is doling out to us, cansea us to fare ro much better than our neighbors in other parts of the world, that we have great reason to congratulate ourselves upon ou...

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 January 1879

I J ! 5T VI hi t) r" s THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLT TIMES : THURSDAY JAMJAR V, 9, 1879, SIX PAGES. w.ciuii etinus THURSDAY JANUARY 0. 1S70. ncsuyiEn. The Birton county 'Irihunc "resumed" oi the 1st, and came out with i. gold head. ITJOI.IIIC. There are living within five miles cf Clyde, in Cloud county, seven French fam ilies that have, all told, one hundred chil li rea, one family alone having twenty-four. Who doubtg that by 1SS0 the population of Kanas will reach 1,00000'J. .w. oimmiin,iif .Kfium: x. The Winfield Daily Telegram, in a review of the senatorial situation, pays : Anthony is a fraud and a cheeky one, at that. As cold-blooded asthe present winter, he Is selfish and knows no one but self and no inteiesl but ills own. lie would only sen'o the Slate when lis so doing ho could serve himself. So lie slionld Men down and out. llZl-.TlCMtr. DOI.LAir. The trade dollar, liesiiles being robbed of its legal tender qualities in this country, has met with even a worse fate in China. 1 is ...

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 January 1879

Ar THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES THURSDAY JANUARY 9, 1879.--SIX PAGES. U -,. w r , w - i - :v. r. J c a T I. k r- 1 f I4. , i i . .I 8 r--v it v I 'WiuMn ims THURSDAY. JANUARY 9. 1S79. The omit) ll-.nrd. Tne-Boxro" of County ouiuii-sionrrs was in s.s-iuu yrertlay aiternoon bul there was do business of importance iracescusl out bide of the ordumrv routine. The Hpirp-.iuiu duardt. At the meeting of the civil organtzition of tbe Metroiiulitan (juanlr, last uiht, the following officers were elected: F. T. Lynch, President; L. U It-juton, Vice President ; V. C Gamble, Secretary ; V. E. Thomas, Financial Secretary ; E. 1L .Mat lory, Treasurer. Patronized b me Ladle. Dr. Price's SiiecUl Flavoring Extract, are used by the tnust intelligent ladies in this country. A few cents additionl -i does not deter tbe Iadie who are mindful of the healtb of iheir family from procur ing that which is known to hi pure and whuleoouie. ild&w E.cnped from ibeCcanir Jail. Two prisoners named Miller atid Po...

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 January 1879

'"r '. ' v" iW' THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES s THURSDAY JANUARY, 9, 1ST 9, SIX PAGES. r" m i ' ? ' fi r. p- i SImMd tows THURSDAY JANUARY 0. 1873. lor ibo Pen. Depntj Sheriff J. . Trnesdale, of At chiMin county, accompanied by Capt. S. Ilollieter, brought down two prisoners for the penitentiary yesterday, named respec tively Charles Carter, burglary, sentenced to Eileen months and ten days and John M-iInn-, petit larceny, sentenced to fifteen months. I'robnir Court. The October term of the Probate Court closed yeeterday and the January term that tribunal will begin to-morrow morn ing. A marriage licence inn ir?ued yesterday to Henry Camm and Jokannah Alters. s roliro ."Vote. Fifteen dollars in fines were a?sesed at yesterday's rcsnion cf the police court. l'elix Mdiuirk got drunk, as also did Frank Lairson, both of whom were mulcted, the former in the sum of $10 and the latter for . Itxtreinelj- Cold. The weather for yelerday was clear and cold, the thermometer pinking to all but th...

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 January 1879

THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES THURSDAY JANUARY , 1879.-SIX PAGES. .v- , I ftl - , I? f I A- w, r v, -j. IBlwIila gfiiiua THURSDAY. JANUARY 9. 1879 JK-re Kird. Inm WtnudoDc. Deptuy Sheriff F. W. Drought, of Wy andotte County, brought up two more rii oners on rutdy, lor the itniseniiary. Tne were John Smith, senlruced to veu jears for grand laro-nj, ami Calvin Wil liatna tente-ced to three years for the same offense. e Saw Are we to Kntr. Dealers aa- how are we to know that Dr Price V Cream Raking Powder U ua-oiihis- ticated? Know it, because it always girts satisfaction, aud other kiudi are bong t at a price so low. If consumers knew the character of cheap baking powders, Terr few would use them. 2id&.w A New Year FewurrltT. A Tery pleasant pany was given Kew Year's night at the residence of Mr. J. Aaron, in Salt Creek Valley, his two daughters, Ellen arid Mary, acting as host esses. Ab-int thirty couples were present, even of which were from this city, the oth ers being friends r...

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 January 1879

THE JL.EAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES ', THURSDAY JAXUARV, 9. 1879, SIX. PAGES. ' tSStteltlB SEinus ITHUESDAY JANUARY 9. 1S73. LElVEWOBTII IX 1S7S. A casual glance at the trade of Leaven worth during the Tear just closed will re Teal the satbfactorv truth that in the midt ot universal "hard times" the city has been making Eteadv- and encouraging progress. All the commercial, manufacturing and mechanical interests of the town are in better condition now than they were a year ago; all of our people, in every department of business have been eloingwell ; they have, of coure, not had tie game press of business, with its enorm ous profit", that characterized the town during thr Cu-Ii, PiKCulative times during the war, but they have all done well, have all made a living and a little more; lliev have'Jane bn-inc-j upon a safe basis, awl nearly all of our buiner men ecter upon the new year, free of all embarrassments. When we take into consideration the fact that the year just closed has been one ...

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 January 1879

TIMES Ccrserta'.ivc'Fstab'ishei' b I 0 P.. Anthony asurj 1CG1 J LEAVENWORTH KANSAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 16, 1879. N NUMBER 1250, LEAVE NWORTH WEEKLY ra r If K it. - ! I , il U i M 7 J v j 1 :) fc Sgli'MlUfi intM THURSDAY. JANUARY JC. 1879. THE CITY COU.NCJi.. This body, if one is to judge by ita ac tion, is under the control of the Syndi cate. Mr. Smith's resolution is to rebond only our railroad bond at 00 cents The Council, it seems, will not be advised by the meeting of citizen. They have bond and interests which render it inexpedient for them to legislate in the interests of their constituents. The resolution by Smith for additional power for the City Council to levy a greater tax, is all wrong. They ought to have no more power. We are already taxed to death. Mr. Smith's resolution that all back taxes be credited to ttiffinking fund and Used for buying bond", is unguarded, and opens tte way to greater fraud. The council had better expend its ener gies in devisirg tome way to incre...

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 January 1879

Jv , THE LEAVENWORTH WEfcKLY TJMKS THUKSDAV JANUARY Hi, 179.-SIX PAGES. '! . K-t: tA y M 1 tUfatfiiji Shies; THURSDAY JANUARY 1C. 1B79. VJ advanced c;'i)ijni. Gov. Caas. B. Andrews, of Connecticut, in his message, favors minority renresinta tion, advises that the separate projierty of married women be taxed against them and not against their husbands, favors allow ing women property-holders to vote upon questions affecting property, and recom mends removing all rcpealable privileges of exemption from tax that arc now granted. THE UII1NKV QUESTION." An article under the above caption, which we copy elsewhere from the Emoria Snn, presents rather a peculiar condition of affairs in the temperance city of thelv'eoeho It seems that a liquor dealer who made each members of the city council a Christ rasi present of a half dozen bottles of beer, was duly licenced by the council as aliquor, dealer, while another, who neglected this important ceremony, found that his peti tion had been rejecte...

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 January 1879

THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES THURSDAY JANUARY, 16, 1879, SIX PAGES. XI U 14 I v & . Uir u I M? i ' 3 ' r I-"1- Wctltlii inws THUKSDA.Y, JASUAEY 10. 1879. Witts liis int a sjrcsu many ol our huIi-ciir-UoK. rim out. V.'e do not want iomuu ilic rmpcr aud iriihl jou will onilt llieamouut or call iti aud citle unrin; ibi. cclc Keiii-mber lir price la only tl..5 jicr annum. I'robaic diadem. In the matter of the Aate of G. X. How ard, deceased, Abagail Howard, extculrix, final tetlleiuent approved and executrix discharged. Lee Adeline Hartley, a minor, adopted ut G. Xi. and L. 1'. iCad.. The I'uor lliiuvf. There are now forty inmates at the coun- ty jioar house, which crowda the instita tiou to its utmoat cstmeity. Nearly all the inmates are in jioor health and are the en tire charge of the county, not bring able to do much toward their own hUjrort. MolU. Mr.- David Smith, one of the most promi nent chipperg of JellVrwjn county, brought two car loads of Cue hog to Ijaveuworlh yttrdy fr...

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. — 16 January 1879

THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES TKUKSDAl' JANUARY 10, 1N70.--SIX PAGES. M" f.o l-.l ". !i tSBwltla Stes THURSDAY JANUARY 1C. 1879. Ilrclntca a I.minilc. In the Probate Court yesterday George Hojt, of this city, rgeel about twenty-four year?, was declared a lunatic, and given in to the custody of his father as guardian until room can be made for him at the Stite Insane Aylum at Osawatomie. IIcaltUfulnckK. A Ltinguithetl physician gays : "After a careful examination of l3r. I'riceV Cream Baking Powder, I am tati-fied that it ii a wholesome preparation. I have in rrodeced it among my patient", and have yet to learn where a convalescent pitient could not indulge in warm bincuits mude with it, and feel the better for it. 2tdi.iT Tbe Temperance Alllancr. The following officera of the Youth( Temperance Alliance were elected at the meeting la.t Sunday : Harry CFieldg President Iter. Dr. Dcdd Vice-President. Robert Reeveo Treasurer. IV. A. S. Bicwett Secretary. Probate .Tlattcrr. The following ...

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. — 16 January 1879

THE LEAVENWORTH WEE&LY TIMES TRUfiSDAY JANUARY 10, !79.-SIX PAGES. tsiosCw mm i vui tniw &J IV y k , I P I i i JEtoeMa gtos ' THURSDAY JANUARY 10. 1S79. ri.rriu.iLBr.4CKM.ii?i!. We nave received the fol owing letter from fs. prominent citizen oiaa Interior county, vhls axneaib rtltct of the couilnglccla- u -a d we take this method of rcplj ins to Mairiie. inasmuch as Mr. ingalls lb uovr at home, thus ufljitlinfililm tin opportunity be fore returning to Washington to explain If hecan: ' ' f HAS- II.3IlLX.EK. Leaveswokth. Dear Mr: It 1" said that 1. It- Anthony raidKOtO for hl re-appolntment as lo-l-rnsHerat Leavenworth. It was alio chaig'si. during the melee ovr the appointment of your uecswsor as United Slates 3Irsba . tlmt Ingalls only tavored tho-e who would "plant vegetables" In his garden ; also tnl your removal wastheresailof your not con tributing a pr rent, as dictated by Inaim I would like to know If you can tell inland are disposed Jo do so. w ha? tuere is In tnose ...

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