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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 16 January 1879

THE LEAVENWORTH WRRKT.Y TTME THURSDAY JANUARY, 1C. 1879, SIX PAGES. , I-' i l " K ,V I t -J pleliH gJim.cs umo: Ki:ttvicc. THURSDAY, JAXL'ARY 1C. 1S79. J, The 23nl Infanlrr will probiVi7 not J ve, Fort LeaYcnwcrth inieie o twelve xVfc. ,- ca.sc r Theft Hi Hani), a notorious trarnp printer, Ptole comiio-iDg slick from Tije Iisies educe estereUy, and pawned it at TrocouV, for ritiU. A printer who will abuse the nvilege of a compoicg room in thU mail er, rhould be published, and new-pipr ten are advi-ed to look out for him. lie is i ,l honest. I The Vlimr l.unrd. The third day of the mr-sion of the Board f Ojunty CommifsioneH wa? taken up in he transaction jf ordinary routine limine?. h sjon as County Attorney fay lor return? from Topeka, the I(ard will take rame action iu ace ftUnce with the reooluiion" jii-se.1 at the la e taxpiyers' convention, ml the meeting of citizens held Ian Kri- aav night. o f llc-alililulutkr. A di'lingtii-hed physician nays : "After - careful examination f D...

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. — 23 January 1879

."- " THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES LEAVENWORTH KANSAS,, THURSDAY JANUARY 23, 1879. NUMBER 1251. Con.tnrati.tr FstabI-b I 0 R. Anthony January 1B6t i M . (i fc - r THUESDAY. JANUARY 23. 1879. AN ml'OBIAMT CASE. The case of Ryan vs. The Leavenworth, Atchison & Northwestern Railroad Compa ny, is one of very great importance, not on ly locally but generally, for the principle involved is one that directly affects the in terests of stockholder, in hundreds of other corporations, whose interests have been se questered by the controlling power of the corporation. It baa become an universal rule amors corporation in thia country, that "the big fish eat the little ones," and the tendency of this decision is in the di rection cf giving the little fish a chance to recover their right. We publish in full this morning the Plaintiffs brief, in the Supreme Court, be cause it rata forth fully and distinctly the prhole ground of action, and all the impor tant circumstances of the case. It is a c...

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. — 23 January 1879

THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TJMES THURSDAY JANUARY 23, 1879.-SIX PAGES. K&" A A A li WnUg 3Ji48 THURSDAY JANnABY 23. 1S7P. YVIIKUF. IN XIIE LINE? "We cony elsewhere from the Kansas Vllxi, a communication in regard to the question of the boundary between Kansas and Mis souri a question of considerable interest to the people of both States. The writer seems to think that a correct survey of the line between the States would leave the site of Kansas City in the State of Kaneas This is a matter that ought to be "stirred up" until it is definitely settled. TI1K AI.AnA71API.A?S. Alabama is determined not to be depriv ed of the privilege of carrying elections by violence, intimidation and fraud. Resolu tions were introduced in the Legislature, oce day last week, instructing the commit tee on "Foreign Relations" to inquire into the expediency of providing by law for the selection of presidential electors by the Legislature. In this way Alabama can es cape the interference of Federal supervi ...

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. — 23 January 1879

V- THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES THURSDAY JANUARY, 28. 1879, SIX PAGES. i I .. h i t, " U i 'iy r c .1 - 3 ? 1 1 Wttto is THDKSDAY. JANUARY 23, 1679. A Sad Accident. The aged father of Col. li.lL Eddy, of the Missouri Valley life Insurance Com piny, wa killed last week at Fulton, N. M , while crowing the railroad track near his residence, by an engine drawing a enow plow. Col. Eddy denarttd for Fulton yes terday afternoon. Cbaxcand Delicate The most chare and delicate perfumes for the handkerchief are Dr. Price's Unique Perfume", I'et Ilode, hrcning Violet, Mea dow Flowers, Lily o( the Valley or any of his odor. The exquisite delicacy of their fragrance will delight all lovers of sweet scents. A llmkeu Arm. The broken and elipiwry sidewalks are producing the anticipated crop, and broken limbs are getting to be faehionble. Last Saturday night .Mr. S. H. Hoyt slipped and fell at the corner of Fifth Avenue and CbngreM street, breaking his left arm at the elbow, fracturing the bone fearf...

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. — 23 January 1879

THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES THURSDAY JANUARY 23, 1S79.-SIX PAGES. d , BJ J 13 3 siwiiig sjiuuea THURSDAY JANUARY 23. 1879. Wltb ibis Huc 11 croat many or oar snbscrlpilons ran out. Wo do not want to mop iLojiniicr and trust you will remit ihoaiuuuni or call in and stUo autlzss iMi ucclf. Itcmcmbcr tbeprlre l.only &1.25 r anuiini. I'rotmio Court. Judge Dicfendorf isiued a marriage li cense jestenlay to Arthur A. Walton and Kannie G. Walton, who are to be married to-daj. o Heal Exam Irmufprs. The following i the list of real estate trmntlera aa recorded yesterday in the office the Keguler of Deeds : 15 r. Phelisacd wife to Charlci Kim- per, ion nd 2(J, block 101, ia Div and MacAuUyV (ubdiTisi'jn of the Cityol" leav en worth c 100. I'ollce Mote. In the Police Court jcnterdav mornin" Michael Kyan was lined 20 for drunken" ness Charles Perry and Dick Moore will an swer on the 20 Ji to the charge of keeping a gambling houge, brinj; tinder personal bond of clOO dollar each to amiearat...

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. — 23 January 1879

THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES ' THURSDAY JANUARY,8S. 1879, SIX PAGE. X , ( 1 7i :) t ': Kl i' f THURSDAY. JANUARY 23. 1879. TIIEGOVEBltOB-B 3IEJWACE. Governor St. John s first message to the t ...;.i.iiint of Kansas. is riven in full in our columns this morning. The message begins with a consideration of Indian affaire. The GoTernor reviews the history of the Cheyenne raid, last sum mer, and in order to prevent similar occur rences in the future, recommends that an appropriation be made by the Legislature for "a mditary codtincent fund" to be used by the Governor for arming, equipping and mounting a lorce of miliua to patrol the frontier, when in his judgment there may be danger of an Indian invasion. This rec ommendation u bad upon the fact, as the Governor states, that he lias under taepre entlaw, no -minority to act except.in castsof "insurrection, invasion, or threatened inva sion." Buteinceeuch a fund conld only be legitimately usd in caaes of invasion or threatened invasion, an...

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. — 23 January 1879

x wi r ft T7 i jAfjARY 23. 167?. , -vsj.U.t. CiTY NEWS. Friday Mornlng'4 Daily. Sleighing continues good. The city jail has about thirty inmates. PEorLE arc walking in the middle of the street again. Business in general wag rather quiet yesterday. Large numbers of hogs are coming into the city daily. The weather has not yet been warm enough to injur the ice crop. The ladies of the Episcopal Church give their lunch to-day at Occidental Hall. The CitT Council not having a quorum "Wednesday night it adjourned to Saturday night. A lad named Davis while coasting on South Third etreet yesterday broke his arm. The supply of wood and hay upon new market square was not as large as usual yesterday. The bad practice of shoveling pnow from the roof of business houcca into the streets still continues. SrRiNKLE ashes upon the steps and pave ments and pave much profanity and many bruises. It was not no cold last night as it was the night before, and a great moderation of the weather is predicted. ...

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. — 6 February 1879

LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY Ju Ceruenathe. EdabSshttf. b I DR. Anthonj .anuarj 1C61 j LEAVENWORTH KANSAS, THURSDAY, 6, 1879. NUMBER 1253. rn TTLP TIMES AJLBJLL. r i )y 1 - . t ?. Mm tin Shims THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1879. or CUDKiE, Of course, the Senatorial contest in the Kansas Legislature has resulted in the re election of Senator Icgalls, and, of course, Leavenworth again threw away her influ ence and her opportunity, as usual, and al lied herself with the fortunes of an indi vidual who neTer had the ghost of a chance of success. It does no good to talk about what might have been, but we can't refrain from asking the people of Leavenworth to consider how much better it would have 'en for our town to day if our representative! at Topeka Lad. from he first riven a cordial and saaniinous support to Mr Instils. There was every reason for his re-election, and no good reason why he should not have been re-elected. The interests of the State, the interests of the Republican party, and the interes...

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

THE JLEAVENVVORTH WEEKLY TIMES THURSDAY FEBRUARY. 6, 1879.-SIX PAGES. SwWa twa THURSDAY FEBEUAKR C. 1S79. FBlSfC. As the telegraph informed us briefly, a few days since. Marshal MacMahon has resigned the chase ol President of the Re public of France, and M. Joke Grevy ha been elected to the position. The President in France is not chosen by popular vote, nor, as in this country, by electors chosen for that purpose, but is selected by the member of the Senate and Chamber cf Deputies corresponding to one Congress in joint convention. President MacMa ton's resignation waa due to a disagree ment between him and the Chamber, upon a question affecting the army. A bill had been parsed, placing upon the retired list a considerable number of high ofEcers of the army, who were inspected of Bonaptnism, and as these men were old friends and com rades of the President, he preferred to resign rather than sign a bill for their retirement The Legislative branch of the government was right in insist...

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. — 6 February 1879

THB LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES THURSDAY FEBRUARY, 0. 1879, SIX PAGE. t 1 . -J r ., t tKMiB urats THURSDAY. FEBRUARY C, 1S79. RENEW! -ENEW! Witt Ms issue. xtnniber of sub scriptions to Tho Wtcli r Times expired- Xffa do not want 1 o loto a Ingle ol friend and troit yon -will rexni SI 25 to in immediately. PmbalQ yi slier.. There was bet oae ite.ii of business in the Probste Court yesterday, letter of administration being issued to Suan A Tiloruburkli, upin the estate of P L. Tburuburgti, deceased, of Easton township. Hrfond m. (luesiliin Dr. Price's Cream B.kicg I'uwder is free from all adulu-rAMs, bente the purest and moat economical. It it beyond all ques tion the bent and moot erft-ct of anything in tbe mark-u I)r Price's Cream Baking Powder is not void in bulk, it is put up in cans, securely labelled. We all have our preference ; lint no one prefers to hear a cryin.; baby when the fact is to well Lnown that Dr. Bull's Baby Sjrup would at once quiet it. Kal Miaic rranIr The followin...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 6 February 1879

Mwkla ffiuain THURSDAY PEBRUABE G, 1S7D. Sadden Dcalb. A colored raarj, named Paul Crosbie, well known in north Leavenworth, died suddenly last Friday evening at the corner of Pottawatomie and Second Streets. It seems that he had been lifting a weight of Borne kind which was too heavy and caued the bursting of a blood vessel, which caused death in a few minutes. Increased 7Iil Service. The mail service on the Kansas Pacific letreen Kansas and Colorado, has increas ed to the extent that seven crews of two route agents each, are employed in work ing the mails. One crew leaves and one returns each day in the week. Xlie Flnenand Tloat IVatnrai. The finest, purest, and best flavors for cakes, pudding, pastry, eux, are Dr. Price's Special Flavoring Extracts. In this age of adulteration it it gratifying to find one to stick to tbe old path ol honesty, and con sumers owe it to themselves to patronhe such efforts. nrontht Hack From Atcnlion. Levi "Warren, a sneak thief, who stole a valise a ...

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. — 6 February 1879

riTE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLYTfMBS THURSDAY FEBRUARY. 6, 1S79.--SIX PAGES. r -i I - K VA WLnMn im THURSDAY ITBKUAKJt f-. 187?. oi,n x icir. Tfaere is now bet Utile doubt that ex Senator Giandler, of Michigan, will be in lis Senate again. Senator Christiancy lias teen appointed Minister to Peru, anil the RepoblkanB of tin Michigan Legislature are eatd to be unanimously in favor of Chssdler far the Senate. COUEECr. I TLc St. Louis Past end Elfpik ? the ! re-election of Stnah-.r TnI1a i sunml Hight, for once. I LINCOLN'S I'AISCSTAf;!:. The New York T-.i -. j r'.oxt certified copies of the rcsords which establish beyond all doubt the fact that the f iiher asd moth er of Abraham I.iecjln were legally mar ried. Thh point, u.-on which there has been gome dispu'e, an i wLi-Ii even Mr. unjoin a inagrapncr meet 10 caver up, should have been settled long ago by more careful examination of te re-awe's. a fact rois Tlir. SCI1IXTIMS. A recent powder-mill explosion in the vicinity of San Francisco furni...

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. — 6 February 1879

THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES THURSDAY FEBRUARY, 6., 1879, SIX PAGES. ! K I i i. p u I WLn& ins THURSDAY. FEBRUARY C. 1879. KtolblnK lo be Daalred. Every odor made by Dr. Price has the peculiar esrcetnesi characteristic of the flower from which it is obtained, and are eo chane and delicate that their use real It leaven nothing to be defired. Lr. Price's handkerchief perfumes delight all who use them. 'Jtd&w Kami Itste Tranilrn. The following is the list of property transfers as recorded yesterday in the office of the.Regieter of Deeds : Jooeph Harrop and wife to Mary Harrop, of (iallipoli Citr. Gallia County. Ohio, the undivided half of a part of lots 14, 15 and 1G, block 1, in Day's nub-division of the City of Leavenworth, viz : Commencing at a stake GO feet north of the southwest corner of said block ; thence east 1-G feet ; thence north 40 feet; then wtt 12G feet; thence r.iilh -10 feet to the place of Ixgin ning, S300. Aid deeded. Leavenworth, Kan , Jan. 28. 79. Eiiitob T...

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. — 13 February 1879

rrra"i7 rmtmrzy TIME! R 3 l u LEAVENWORTH KANSAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY, 13, 1879. NUMBER 12-54. Conscrea'ive Establtht 5 D. R. An'.hgrj ir.uatj ICS1 I LEAVENWORTH r jji js i i ;)'. If -v x $81 c chin $'mK THURSDAY FEBP.UARR 13. 1879. ramAjirT if-.ow auiict KIMtlK. The following letter from Pawtucket, Bhode Island.isassmpleof hundreds re ceiv d at thi offiie foin all parts of the east, in Uiug inquiries aboat the i)il and climate of thiB country, and Wing for such other infcrztalion as immigrants may be supposed to want, always accompanied by requests for a copy of the paper. If any of onr real estate dealer or o'hers. have in print, the information asked for by our cor respondent, it would d nibtlees be to Uieir interet to "nd it to him : Omen op Fae. Company r, prrccirT, R I, February .i, 1879. J 7 he Katun WecUy Time Lmrrnrorth, Gknts: Will you obtain forme s early is 'ms-i .e the statistics of your town, ih' climate, nricv of farm Nod. farms for sale and prices of ame, in f set all...

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. — 13 February 1879

fe THE LEAYEN WORTH WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY FEBRUART. IS, 1S79.--SIX PAGES. ) unss THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1S79. AHItnAXlS OF l'EMO.S. Secretary Schurz has transmitted to Con grei the report ol Commiioner Eentley aa to the amount required to jsy the arrears of pensions under the new law. The report is quite lengthy and contains all the avail able information on the subject; but the ram of it is that an approprcpriation of S34.O00.0O0 will be required now, to pay the arrears of those already on the roll Secretary Sheiroan ii eaid to have stated a few davn ago that his information led him to believe that Cbngrcs3 before adjourning would provide funds to meet the require menta of the new law. Of til the plans ?ugsested he thought a good one was to au thoriis the issue S-JO.000,000 of four per cent "band", which he could tell after taking up all the available sixes, as he hoped to be able to do by the latter part of this year. But a rtill better plan than this would be to enact a moderate...

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. — 13 February 1879

V THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TI3IES THUKSDA1 FEBRUARY, 13 1879,. SIX PAGES. - i ! . T ,w WHtikls, 0ime8 THUI'-SDAY FEBKUAKJt 13. 1879. CITY NEWS. Host. J. V Niiiucsonr jiopular conn t .leik. ha been tlrcled I'resiJent of the Kansas County Clerks Association. He Indira his bluohinc honor" meetly and with 1m: .niirg modesty. IiAri'lSEss and prosjierity are kj indis solubiy lintt J villi good health, that all three Hifltring with hoarseness, coughs, jids, ic., should try Dr. Hull's Cough .yniji and be iursd. I'rice -: cents. V.'n call the attention of our reader in i-j'citif i;ooi homes in ilis Wed, to the adctrtii-eineut of Ksrsts I'irma and Free Homw in another fcolunin, ami advise all to Fend for a free copy ot the "Homestead," lwriiuli!ihil in the interests, of all desiring rhesp honits in a good country. Sweet lid or.. Almost every II iwer thet joesesses. a de sirable odor i u-ed in the Unique 1'erfuineg made by I)r. I'rice. It irt from these rich ihv-aus that Ir. I'ricc's IVrfumes ob...

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. — 13 February 1879

V THE LEAVER WORTH WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY FEBRUARY, 13, lTS.-SFX PACE. " "'J!'' in iiiii If X H r a hiucs rt v-v-1 THURSDAY, FEEKUAItY 15, 1879. lrofc.Us Matters. Tiro marriage licenses wer issued brtlie Probate J ad ge vesterdav, which constitu te;! abjttt all that was done ia that tribu nal - Marriace license issued to Daiiua S. I gan and 5Iarr A. Stanton. Lit-eose issued to Kichard E. IlardtTicke and S'ella L. Upton. ot Mirprlscd. V.'hcn we consider the little attention paid to the laws of health, we are not mr jirised at tbe indifference manifested in re lation Jo the purity cf our daily food. If i"ll article were like Dr. Price'. Cream B-feiDg Powder, the indifference might answer their ierie-ct wbolesorjiecePs would 1 cm re 1:3 against all evil consequence. A Union of Heart. yir. Kichard E. Ilardcicie and Mi&3 Stella h. Upton were married lint night at the residence of the bride's f isler, No. 320 Kiowa street, only a few of the friend of the relativea and friend of the co...

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. — 13 February 1879

THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKIk TIMES THUBSDAT FEBRUARY. IS. 1RT9.-SIX PAGES. )v i. -V" t ) "1- Wiuhls, Stea THURSDAY FEBRUARR 13. 1879. the sew i'.sios LaYV. Having received numerous inquiries from subscribers end the public in regard to tLe terms end provisions o the rew p?nion law, we tale occasion to publish this morairg, for general information, a copj of the law, in foil, and also a cop of the circular Utter cf intrucliOE8 to pen eionere from the Commissioner of Pension?, DISTORT. Referring to our item of a. few days ago, to the effect that Governor Ilojt is the first Gvercor Pennsylvania ever had, elected by s plurality vote,T. M. Larimer, Esq., cf this ciiy, sends us a note saying, Governor Rtt ner, ia 1S35, wa elected Governor by a plurality vols as the full vote shows; Rit ser (Anti-raa&'xa) 01.023; George "Wolf, (Demi C3.S01; F. A. Muhlenberg (Dim) iO.OSo, Ritcer behind both, 12,204, vote. r LSI A LIS WALKCBS. The tramping mania, among the women in Xew York has cone to far tha...

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. — 13 February 1879

THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES THURSDAY FEBRUARV, IS. 1879, SIX PAGE. minlilg inUS,' THDKfcDAY. FEBRUARY 13. 1S79. A VCET plea?nt nodal dance was given las night at Bran' school boUH?, just Houth of the city, many couple from ibis city being in attend ance. Probate yiBtiani. Iq the Probate Court yesterday a mar-a-nge licence was ii-sued lo J. M. Suther land andO'lit Curtis, the parties beiug niar riel by tte Cour- Hi'Trtnlilitl Xl. It requires no learmd experts to establish Hie faci tint Dr. Price's Cream Hiking ' wj r is he urrtt and llie 8trong.t. If j wil mtkf tr, nguier, ana more 01 g -itbie breai, bircuil', calm, &C, than can In made with other kinds, is u not an iu- 0 intn ible pro f of 11 pur it and greater ex- 11- r ' Itntl rie rrnler. Ti following is the list of real estate l 'a -fers as rc irded yesterday in tbe office of 'he Unifier of D -eds : Jauif. M Allen ar.il wife to John M. 1 .iig, l.il :": i block 74 in the original plat f ih ci' v ot L-av.-nn.or b, 51 00 J V 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. — 20 February 1879

THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES CtnienrJtf.e, EttabHshed. bi I O-R. Ar.tfcorj Jlnutrj 1BSI I LEAVENWORTH KANSAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY, 20, 1879. NUMBER 1,255. w -V, V V tsSltoMg IimrsU THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 20. 1879. LOCAL I.IICIhtVflO.f. The proportions made t. tbi Rjpresen talives of the School Boald find the City Council now at Iopeka for legislation in truded to aiil us out of our difficulties in the "jttlenient of cur banded indebtedness are hII wrong. Indeed it is very plain that the syndicate and the School Board inlluence "ill succeed in securing the passage of lawa that will make our enormous debt mom burdensome than cv r, incease the annual tax Ievy.,making it more binding and grind ing upon the people Perhaps, the people h eve no rijht to com plain, becau-e they knowingly send Repre sentatives to To-ki a large proportion of wham go only fr the purjio-e of grati fying, their own jier.sonal malice or for per- nonal gain. We take it fur grauteJ tint with two or three exceptions t"ie...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
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