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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 20 February 1879

S-sewirr": THE LEAYJSN WORTH WEEJSLLY TIMES, THURSDAY FEBRUARY SO, XS79.--SJX JIGSS. 14 YZj: l?l ! I 'ii -& aSi'ecMa gnmes THL'BSDAY FEST.UARY 20. 1879. The question growing out ol the enor moas destruction of property in ritluu-g and other places in l'ecnsylvanh by the uoTirauni-tic outbreak in the roinmtr of ll" have not jet been settled, and tie now pendirg in the Legisltture of thst -tite. H is not eiinr.lv a question whether there shall be restitution made for the :;reat loss of property, hut it involve the irraver inquiry whether the State sVH up I old the law and i-erform bcr duty in pro ving property. It is not at all itnprob- le that question similar to those which . now being dicu5sed in Pennsylvania -soon have to be met by Kansas. A rf onable and proper effort on the put of in- State authorities would undoubtedly nay saved many thousands of dollars worth of property destroyed by the Cheyenne Indians. The sufferers by the depredations of these savages were citi zens of...

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. — 20 February 1879

4 i! 4 L.r ' s. THE EEAVEN WORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, FEBRUARY, 20, 1879: SIX PAGES. W&nldv imjcs THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 20. 1S79. I tie .ijipromclilDC Snnicf rli M. Ttie ineniber of the Lavcnworth fsca perbund have for eome time been Diking preparation fur the immense Jienj.-erfcfl which will take place ia this city during four dav in the early part Glut-it June. Krerr pociety in the Jhi-ouri Valley will he reurett-nled and a grind time is antici pated. Yrlnnp-1 llnnf. TkeYIans-Ylacj; Cuter i tircslaced by a lai;e trr, and its odur rcctitis the )i for milts rrutibd. Dr. Price prepares his Ylang-Ylata Exlrct from the otto of there flower, and it U a chsrmin;; perfume, bav in" a frutrance unlike any other hr-nd- kerchitl extract- StdAtf I.Mir rm 3 Order. Among the latent army orders are the following : Find Lieutenant Louis R Siilleii relieved fmni further duty at fort Leavenworth. Kan?, ud will procjed to the nation cf hiit company. Fort Jupp'v, L 'f., for duty (S. G. 27, Frbrimr...

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. — 20 February 1879

-IBLkJJ Uil L LU I T . THE LBATENWORTH WEEKIiY TIMES, THURSDAY FEBRUARY 20, I879.--SIX PAGES. -r I? w f I A, 1 FROZ THE. SOIL TmORLOW WEED, Endorsing Dr. Radwsy'e H.R. H3 urn suns. Alter nslcs them for Bevcral Years. Nxw Yokk, Jan. th, 1B7J. BmnFrn. Ilavlnsfbr several years used y ur medicines, doubtlngly at first, but niter ctptrlenclactlic-irerCacyw lth fall confidence, It in no less pleasure than a duty tomans: lotly acknowledge the advantage we nave do r'.vrd Irotn them. The pills are resorted to as often as occasion requires, kdiI always with the desired effect. 7 be lit; Jy Relief cannot Ixs better described than It Is u v it name. Wo ppply tbitllnlment freely, almost Invariably finding the promised Relief." Truly your. ISlsnedA . THUKLOW WECD US. ItAOVTiLT it. b. r. DYSESTEP.Y, DLVHUHOIV, CTOLEKA. MORBUS, FEVER AXD AGUE, CURED AND PREVENTED BY i:ADVAx"S RE VY RELIEF RHEUMATISM, NEURALGIA, DIPTIIERrA, ISFLUEXZA S DEE THROAT. DIFFICULT BREATHING tHLlUVSD 1" A FEW MINCTES BY RAD...

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. — 20 February 1879

-i .- THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAT FEBRUARY. 20. 1879.-SIX PAGES. .J r r t H til ; 'A .K 'M Wccltia cs THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 20, 1S79. MaKK (IITTUE LIST. V Jlst cf the members who offtred their rotes for rile at the late Senatorial election and who failed to find purchasers, ought to be made cut and published with black lines drawn around them. A" APPKOPBUTIOS. The River and Harbor Bill, as reported tc Congress from the committee, contain" an item matins another appropriation of ?20,000 for improving the Missouri River in the vicinity of Leavenworth. KUPOBTED. TLc members of the commission for le viiirg the laws baye submitted to the Gov ernor a report of their operations. They say that they have completed their work by codifying a part of the laws-all that they considered worthy of being retained and "striking out" the remainder. X'ltODIICUTIIB WITNESSES'. General Pope has notified Governor St. John that the captive Cheycnnes are to be confined at Fort Leavenworth, and reque...

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. — 20 February 1879

THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES THURSDAY FEBRUARY, 20 1871),. SIX PAGES. I I H 'Jl ( u V 'a Mtnltlji imtjj thuikd.vy n:unuAi:Y a. isro. Vrtnilln. Mte?c& I'rice annually consume, in the Euuufactiir"jf Dr. Trice's Extract of Van i'l.t, more of llie finest quality of Mexican V imlla than any other makers of extract?, t it is lir the ii-ms ot the litest quality " l J)r. l'rice'n extract of Vanilla obtains i 'are excellence. iuhW I'rlium r liir tlic IV;i. Sherifl Howanl, of Miami county, arriv- t yesterday with two prisoners for the naie pniiitiary. They were Simon Stul imi alia Chas 1-ynne ar.il AlliCrt Walter, ice former, who is M-nlenctil to five years for hor.-e Mtjliiiir, his lieen in the peniten tiary before, and wan recogniz'tl at once by tne prison officials. Walker, for stealing a M"t of M-cond hand harueM, was -ctenced to one year. Zrulmi- .Tlsuicr. The following isthe recordof proceeding? in the I'robate court yerterday : In the matter of the estate of I. I.. Thornburgh, dece...

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. — 27 February 1879

---s-smgMf.i.rii.'i" - j"-r nno EAVBNWORT WEEKLY T JL1 ju. C-5srri'h.r$tsttsbK. bi J 0 K. ArtUnj .ar.usr) 1EC1 J LEAVENWORTH KANSAS, THURSDAY FEBRUARY 27. 1879. NUMBER!, 250, gtncss: E TIMES - . i i i o XKiiC-CHia JU1US THGKSDAY, FEBRUARY 27. 1S79, Tm.r.r: auk orwrm whotiiisk &f. ion. the Judge Abbott, of Boaton, who led "respcctaMe Democrat" la the Massa chusetts campaign last year, thicks tLe " Itepublicans will make a great political blunder if they fail to tominats Grant" ' inlSSO. a i.oj.:m; cajie. Thcc Presidential aspiran's who took such an active part in puhirg tbroagh whs.t is tyled " the infamous Chinese bill," in order to "save the vote of California1 have probably begun to suspect that they paid a higher price fcr the vote of Califor nia than the commodity is worth. fou v.t i.i;iamj. Two ship load ol Britirh soldiers have lift England in the last three days for the seat of war in Africa, and Feveral other vessels loaded with troop', will leave nut week. In a few week...

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. — 27 February 1879

hi j P.' w i All . StMilji gum TIIUESDW r3RUAKY 27.1 879. THS: CATTLE PUBfC. The Senate Committee on Agriculture lis Uen pearcbing diligently for the Anier Jem cattle plague, which has been exercis itg Englixh rattle raisers of lite, but it baa found none. The only foundation for the fcare uproars to have been the reports cf pleuro-pneumonia among the elop-fetl cow? of Long Inland, snd there the disease is be ing stamped out. One Sout!irn man, who'e lelte r in imh 1 rhwl in a IJoMr.n aj or, lias found oat that il e-y .. n lunih po'i icu in the S.t'i ti, atsi fpevxti g of the na'ion i a win I-, te: " l'olitic? ard politicians, with too man; elections, are the bane of the coun'ry, and rooner or later public senti ment will change it." Many good citizens on both tides of Mason and l)ixon'a line arc of one accord on that point. OIJIKIt HUliL'UiTILM' 'JUIIN. The rafcality is not all in this country. The loyal subjects of Her Erittanic Maj esty, Empress of India, Ac, i-eem to know a trick...

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. — 27 February 1879

TTARY, 27, 1879: SIX PAGES. h j I 't g.jiaij-i--t-----"" ' "" r?r-rT-tr.Trrr-r-Tniaji ay talulln iaua THUKSDAY.FtBUU.vnY 27,1879. toiler. Mr. E. A. CJ.Ub.-e, wLo is now on the line of the Kane an Central Kilwaj, is neither an aatnt of The Timm or'tlie J!rwu M.diciie and Manufacture;; Cotn pauy. He is entitled to no credit on ac count of this paper Mr. X. E. r-ievens u our ouIt authorized aient. M.nilil) liruulni;. The Brown Medicine std Mnnfctnring Company U tleadily increasing ita bu-inem. Ordei are every d y received from ditaut pans of 2ew M-xiri., Colorado and all other territurjtH. ibis coaiiuy nfl-cta Kieat credit nut only upon Leatenwortb, but lhe hole Slate uf Kansas. TLeir rtu-tdiis are in demand everywhere. A bbight "nd beautiful child nows in lie vert expression that its Liabir.ood a? not w-ocisted with Opium, cnlia!.., etc., fur the cuiiunutd u-ef O i'iui in antag onistic to la a Mi Tte valuable and high ly nconiu.er.dnl rfmn'.y for the disorder of tt4iiTiior.fi, Or ISul...

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. — 27 February 1879

'i wagyafcawgjeiiitJ JTftOM XHS. II. lILCf WEI, Endorsing Dr. Rat: way's ? R. R'i AJterrslngtB-m (rrK;7nl yai3.1 New York, Jan- lh, 1571. DcxJiSnt tt-t-:j for ver-1 years a-i J-OWTK. ll'l .iOI1C-'- -it i.--t. V.Ltti.er exjierteoeliii; theiretriat-y with lull eonhdeut-e, t (, so less a pleasure iban a duty to lluinlc taliy acknowledge the ad vantage wenave de-ri-l Irom iheru. The pills are resorted to as often as occasion requires, ind always with toe dvired ertecL The H Jy Relief cannot bebetlerdescrlbedtluinltlsbvltMnamo. We apply the liniment fre-els', almost Invariably ending the promised "ilUieL" Truly yours. (Slgnedi THCKLOW WEED. Ua. ttamrAT, R R. B. TfHESrKKY. DIAfiRHCEA, CHOLERA. M0P.BU3, FEVER AKD AGUE, CUBED AND PREVENTED BY KADWAY'S READY EELIEF ROEUilATIESL irEURALGIA, DIPTIIEEIA, INFLUENZA SOKE THROAT. DIFFICULT BEEATHTXG KELUSVEU IN A FEW 3IIN UTE3 BY EAD'tYATS READY P.ELIEF BOWEL COiVl PLAINTS Locevme!, Diarrhoea. ChotTa Morbus, or palurul discharges from the bowels 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. — 27 February 1879

WMnTPwfiEaW WIWit &im f'UESDAY FEBKUABY 27.1S79. ISI.C.TC.&TXtC TUB OCTsJKS. !.-: everything i regulated by law, the ' rs of Ksnras have prepared a bill v. ! . h they are trying to pat thrcugh the Jy-ii-Iatnre, to regulate thfmfltea. A .iiimunte&tirra which ire publish in an- n. r column, calls attention to this hill i iit8 its paassge. From a hasty read- V I tbe measure we axe inclined to regard n the main, as at bast karmlme ; hat '..is two or three features that should bv ' means he stricken out : Tin clause levying en exorbitant tax on tv lin doctor u not right. Trannient '-.datnirc generally specialists tfioee . orifine thramlve to the treatment of particular organ, as the eye or ear, .'. in only reasotiable to suppose that a i who has devoted himself to tbe study t one organ is better prepared to treat i it i the physician who has simply made i a jiart of hia study. Of conn?, the -. i!.ir" doctors will not admit this, bat , a'. ' c rest of tbe world knows it 13 tre...

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. — 27 February 1879

s THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKIA TIMES: THURSDAY, FEBRUARY, 7, 1879: SIX PAGES. oiwiia SJiiubs' TITURsDiY.FEBRUABY 27.1878. Iiatularan Fr!tn. T c't Io"vd mire of Iowa farBilure be ; to iuaiaruw cam- la oo the Clii i; jck Ldaad and Pacific road y ur- aud vrtrc sent oat over the Hants A Correct frle lAtt. Ion Bro's advertisement, in another -. if a correct pr e list ol everything grootry ) .,.. Garden is never idi J -a h t his prices are. He a,., u.J Awi you to knew it. r- i 13 E c r doctor White, of the Chicago, Rock 11 -r d and Pacific, broo-ht in forty land set i r yeaerdsy moroine on express train N 1 "fhey left on the Kansas Pacific (or f- 1. irder couuti'j. J le etattd that he lef t c x'y five at Edgerton Junction for the Na tiFc mad. Lemon, It i from the rind of the Medina lemon that Dr. Price prepares his special Flavor ing Extract of Lemon. Whileother Lemon 1 itracts in a little lime have the ta'le and i-i-.r of turpentine, IJr. Price for any . -tigth of time retains its in'ense lemo...

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 March 1879

THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES ? Ccnsena'.'.e. FttafclitheiJ. by I D-R. Anthony .-anuarj 185 1 J LEAVENWORTH KANSAS, THURSDAY, MAJttCH 0. 1879. NUMBER 1,257, . j- tt iUUS THURSDAY, MARCH, 6. 1879. THE Cull.. QUESTION. Oar carriers inform us that an employe cf the Iavenworth Coal Company, is so indignant because of our coal articles, of the last few days, that he has given them very emphatic orders to discontinue his copjr of The Times. AVe are very eorry for this; we are sorry lxcausewe regret to lose the gentleman's valuable patronage of twenty, five cents a week, but we are more sorry to discover that he hasn't sene enough to know that the policy now pursued by his employers ot discriminating against the people of Leaven worth and in favor of the people cf Kansas City, is jus. as injurious to his interests as to the interests of any other citizen of Leavenworth. Every man who lives here, no matter what his business may be, is directly interested in developing and building up our man...

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. — 6 March 1879

13 THE LEAVES WORTH WEEKJLY TIMES, THURSDAY MARCH 6, 1879.-SIX PAGES. u 'la. u i - jjimr if .j.-r mn-jan S2iMIi) imu.es THURSDAY MARCH C. 187!. Txir, M-Ar.MKii(Ta ion, jkw- OI'OI.V. Actual fact, actual figures, with the names of coal consumers, will bring forci bly home to the people of Leavenworth the enormity cf the wrong which the coal mon- ojioiy works, particularly, against our manufacturing interests, and generally again-t every industrial interest in the county of Leavenworth. For instance, II. D. Ru?h, proprietor of the Leavenworth flouring mills, says he iica about 200 bushels of coal per day Si" working days in the year, give a total of C2,C00 bushel of coal used pr annum, for v ich l.e pavs at the mine 12 ceuts per bti-hel. .r $7,512 00 jt rnimm. Thi -tm- c-.nl is sold to Kansas City and Atch-i-on manufacturers at 7 rents per bushel. In round figure" Mr. Hush pays $7,512.00 r- annum for C2.CO0 buhels of coal at the mine, which i Fold to Atchison and Kan sis City manufactu...

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 March 1879

THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKIA TIMES : THURSDAY, MARCH 0, 1879: SIX PAGES. &u3 H : b- A ! (uticura HUMOR Or THE FACE aud Hvad Cured. .V Terrible Cae. UrssRs. Weeks ft roTTEE: Vrntlemen, To Kay Uiat I hoi gralelul, is only poor n iirtM.loa of ray fts Unas but Is the best iron! I can u-i Jor I leel il In every miixoI the srord. I haebetrnBreJt surlrrer villi sklu disease lor the last twelve (12) cars. ily head aud face tlng covered ullh tort, I ftiulil nut text with tli- burning neat and ltciilnt; of the parts atlecUsl, aud wan con Ilued tomy Iiouso for wwb. at a time. Jly tis-sc ha Iwen callt-d Kczema, of u most "CKiTnatlns tj pe, by man iiloMdans, but;i doubt it ever fully understood by eny of them Jt was moiu like h combination of several kin 'juniors. 1 nave Ms-tit much money eeklns a cure, a id In 1M7 I went to J-.iiruc, and consults! Mjmeof the best phy feiriNiitin Imduti 1 ieee.ed tern (Hiniry re lief only, lor In thesp 111 it would breakout uithIiikj. bad aseer. vvueii 1 came back...

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. — 6 March 1879

LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIME?, THURSDAY 3IARCH 6, 1879.-SIX PAGES. SES3H332 THE ;T $!?nn M .! iHUlUiUf, 1 Endorsing, Ur. Rsdway's R- R e5 R-ctsn-a, .in uii.t uitrai orteYrr.u lwrt Jsrw Your, Jan. sth, IS73. Di-arbih. Having or eeveril yean. used your medicines, doobtlngly at first, but after experlencJDgthelreSl&cyv'itb. fail confidence, .! ie co let.s a pleasure than a duty to thank fully acknowledge the advantage we nave de itved front them. Tbe pills are resorted to i. unrn m oecaMon re-inlre. and always with tt.c deeired effect. Tne Ke: Jy Relief cannot l--taller described thin it Is by It name. We epply tbe liniment freely, almost Invariably r.udint the promised "Relief.1 Truly ours. lils.Eed.i TH IT BLOW WI.KD K. R. 2. "YMi.XlT:KY, DlAKElKhA. frUOLERA MOKBlb KEVEK AKD AObt, CLKtU AND I'KE'ESIia) BY KADWAY'S P.EADY P.ELIEF RHEUMATISM, NEURALGIA, DIPTHEIUA, INFLUENZA SOKETUKOAT. D1FHCULT BREATHING KKIJEVED IN A fCT ilLNCTEH BY KASWAVa BEADY BELIEF BOWEL COMPLAINTS Looa-neti-., Di...

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 March 1879

h h if UUUUMJLAw. .njHV!T.'lJST!33y Wfckla guufe THUIiSDAY MAECIT C. 1S79. tuc pjt:cc or coal. I.tcKorJi coa! ia shipped to KtnMs lity, and sold theie at prices bo low that the purchaser era send it back to this place, ami after paying freight both ways, cansell it a low xs our citizens cin purchase di rect from the haft. That i, the Leaven v ti Tul Coinpscv sends its coal to Kan--- I ity by rail, and after paying freight, sell it to the Kansas City people at abont two and a half cents a bushel less than it will i-t-ll th nsme coal to the citizens cf I.ieave". r'b. vu. i disc ioioit.on tbia U grossly 1 ' , -!, but what m-kes it specially rep rtiep.iM.- is the.fact that tlic same Lcav- nwonh Coal Company wa liberally as sisted, at a time when it 'was sorely in need of money, by both the city and county ot leaven worth- When its work case to a star 1 still for the want of fend?, it went K fore the City Council and made an ap jieal for assistance. The Council gave it fi e thou'and doll...

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 March 1879

THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES : THURSDAY, MARCH 6, 1879: SIX PAGES. h i OS, mints THURSDAY, MAKCII, 6, 1S79. Dr. Price's Special Flavoring Extract of Orange is obtained from the finest fruit. To flavor cakes, pudding cr creams, it in found one of the roost delicious flavors, and in all resperts equal to Dr. Price's Lemcn and Vanilla Extracts, which 'have become re popular. ltdw. Will Von Jlcet 71c n.i i.oeweniual'? And still the crowd continues to Hock to the fashionable- dry good' emporium of S. Loewentbal. Del a ate street. That he ia selling out at cost, and that he has the largest and moat ia-hiosable Mock in the "Wert, no ore dare co tradict. When ladies meet in the evening, and deeire an ergagcment for the next day, the question always is, " Will you meet me at Lueweu thal's tomorrow?" The answer follows: " Of course. Where elf is there to buy cheap and elegant goodo?" m An Accident A young man named Jainci Foley, who was employed at Van Tuyl's livery stable, on Thin! strttet, ...

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 March 1879

THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES LEAVENWORTH KAKSAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 13. 187.). NUMBER I, -258, Ccnj-crtsUve, Fstaifitnel ti I DK. Antbtnj Januilj 180I J pyr wTfTT ri"T l' T Tiii'iirTTgnyt t r TTwifcnwnwMr - 1$ i rK O alwiuft nns THURSDAY, MARCH, 13. 1S79. A IMtOIJD VICTHKV. Every man who hag a regard for the good name of Kansas, will Cad reason for re joicing, in the elispa.ch which accoucces that the enemies of Senator Invalid, after laboring diligently throughout the whole Heerion of the Legislature, and raking all the moral slums of Kansas and a part of Missouri for some shadow of evidence wbereith tobUcken his character, have been forced to bring in a report fully ac-e-nittirg him of the charge which they themselves had preferred against him. A committee, rai-ed by his enemies, app-intcd by a Shaker whose Mile niis-ion in the Legislature was to "fight Ingalls," and conipoed in the ma jority of men vho were bitterly oppo-td to Ingalls, afier making the most thorough feirch for corru...

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 March 1879

THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKIA TIMES : THURSDAY, MARCH 1879: SIX PAGES. Tjf n Wiuld SJims THURSDAY MARCH 13. 1879. Tim rim no of mavok r.n.'ui:- TUl'J. Oce the fourth page of TheTijij3 will be found a petition favoring the re-election of George Ummethnn for Major, signed by over two hundred citizens. The endorse ment signed, a it If, by go many, most of tbem good men is a very strong one, and will carry great weight with it to the votete of our city. The administration of Major Ummethnn has bn marked by close personal at tention paid by the Mayor to the duties of the office, particularly in the minute detail" of the administration of every department connected with the city government. The admini-tration deserves credit for great economy. It has been a pleasure to The Times to be able during the first eighteen month: to py many good words for the Mayor and his policy, and it may Feem romehat strange to our readers that we do not now in the face of an endorsement by k many of our best citizn...

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 March 1879

THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TttlfiS, THURSDAY MARCH 13, 1879.-SIX PAGE. i h i i i T- tSffMMa iaiM THURSDAY, MARC H, 13, 1879, Cju are constantly craning in eery family where, if Dr Hull's Co ush h3rup uere iiMNi in time, i cougU aud co.d imkJiI gte x,olur:m:r trouble. Two Kuunu&iR. Two runaways ecdc-d on Fifth Mr-Hrt, M3uthofthecfrutr of Clieroke, jestertia.x. grocery More, and anoiiicr owuta by .Mr. CaletiChUrm tb'ew3!iCliUPi outfftr-e w-tou Mint raxue utar cauaius her to nxeive bertoub lujuiit. (.lie Them a Trial. Any lady or Kentlfinau who d res Dr. Pricf'H I mrjue IVriumrn h MuicletrfaL will bs convliict-u that for vxquUiie fcw-lniiwi and xemauncy f Klur, uu perluuir In tblsorauy other country can compare witu them. 2tdX.w A isirtudny Par If- Mr. and Mrs. . ISunlett were pleasantly "hU-priM-d" ratur. ay nU''t U a tarty oi their lilt-iia to Hi number of fl lea-xi r twenlj, w tio arM.mulii nt their resMluce Oil South riftutn-t iocei-brle Mr. iSurdtrll'n tiny ninth lurtlid. The lime...

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