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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 17 July 1879

1 1 -x vrw - -., . 'j.v.3--x " :;wsr- -raEcriSvs, r -';:- WsJJi ir THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES : THURSDAY. JULY 17. 1S7 SIX PAGES. m Jfrvi -iT"-v5aJRLr-- i3L&&& &J&: Ul' IT m i 5 H 'ft ft" It . .y 3 a s T ft , C k i jfj V 3- f4i 1-.- il? IwWa Smius THURSDAY JULY 17. 1S79. aircu 3iixi:i- Militarv all airs are utrangeir mixed in Europe. While the English are raiding oa the ZjIuj in Africa the Chintz are raiding on the P.onUhi at the Kuldjt frontier. 3i k. ... wi:trs r.r.rouT. Tlif T afe h'nS a ROad "I"""! f fun w'ln Mr. Glover, who recently set himwjlf to work to unearth frauds in the Treasury DtfjiirtmenL The ere't titrable was that whenMr. Glover put in hi hook to draw out a friad he muallv brought a Democrat with it !.! 1: !: aj t:v Jirvico V ooUi-!i in ano'ht-r fn'uinn a letter kindly f jruioh-i! h? Mr El. Kenlon, who has jut roiurnel fro-n .1 tuur through Colo re in.! Jfcw Mexico. It will be read with more thin ordinary interest as it con tains a good dell 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. — 17 July 1879

Pp k- THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY JULY 17. 1879 SIX PAGES. jfiirgxutsygTtgmra&g:ycsug5m i i k- iu u 1 1 .1 r IV 'i U i .. ifi- 1 it t Ntf- CLIFFORD'S FEBRIFUGE TEE GREAT MALARIAL AMTDOTE. It curwl mc oDChlllj and Fever." Chas. r. vi euer, iuiaer, SL "It cored ma of Bilious Fever." Inak UiosC. St. Loalf. It cured nio of Tcrer nd Ajroe." OJrer imUi, ssonsfleld. 31a. "HcuiW mo of periodical headache." Has. ji t inarm ler. Jtnuxwie, T". "It cared me or SmnbAcae." J. ir. Oram, Jjeadwood. D. T. "It cured our child of Chill." Ed. E. Close, St. Loala, "It cured ma of Dumb Ague." 11. c. Mnsrsiry. roatlae, inch. " It cared my life." C IF. Poo!. New York CUr- "It U a superior medicine." Dr. Win. o. Huatiira, Cincinnati. "It luu effected wonderful cnrM." Camjioell ft ilcAeU. alacxaerffie, m. "It Is a Success." J. B. Dicker. Newton. Kansas. "It sires great satisfaction." tsQl Ucrrj, Cannl. 111. " It never falls to cure." v. . r. Lpmtler. Eraasvule, lad. " It Is a valuable remedy."...

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. — 17 July 1879

i'.-ls a-" RffftMM -- 3Rl ' THE JL.EAVENWORTH WEEKIA TIMES : THURSDAY, JULY ;7. Is7 SIX PAGES. ?&&&f&gz K-: . i -f. r l - yX rfe A. .. Vs- Bt, X. - Mrmi? Testimony From Hon. sjfeinza Starr as to tho Pow er or Kadiraj'd Heady Ee ticrina case of Sci ic Khpninati!ni. Mo 3 Van Ni I'lace. New York. Mr. IUnr: with mo your reliet lias work""! woiidere. Tortile Iat tiireejeani I have had irwiurnt nod severe attacks; of scl allnt sometimes extending from tbe lumbar roloiisto my ankle, and, at limes. In both ower llmts. Muring Uiellraetbat I have lieen aGllcled Xnme tried almost all the re-medles rrcotn- melljesl ' wise men nmi urns, imi'iiia ' llod relief, li" nil proved to tie fsllures. i have tries! various k1tIh of tratiis, man ipulations, outward applications of liui nienls too numerous to mention, and pre acripliousot the most emmcut phjalclans, all ol which failed to give me relief. iwlCfiUMatur, at the urgent reeinetof a ine'Ud.iwho lud ls-eu attlieted an mjself), I wa...

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. — 17 July 1879

. - 5J " -' " J v, r THE LEAVENWORTH WlSlL&iA TIMES : THURSDAY, JtJJLl y i & 7 a ffi -SIX IMAGES. L hs- h ir- u B I I I . .- V-., -,; lHDESDAyJL-I.V10.lE79. lilM.i:iIABOK. Tilt) arm of the unemployed is disap pearing o rapidly thai in many parts ot th country tbere is an unurual scarcity of 20od ircrlaea cf any kind. In Cincin nati, accordiug to the Geztttt, the demand Icr skilled mtthaniis is far greater than the present supply. i:VU3IIKSN M'AAfV. Senator Is.vi, of West Virginia, con tinues hi 'investigation" into the books of the Treasury. No one objects to the "in veetigMioci." It pl--e Mr. Davis, give htm ciSkpioii u-n., fiiru.-liewpioyui.ent tl.!l',Hrl,rlflO)in'i hi favorite, and enables, biw occasionally to talk in a mysterious war klwut -forced balances" in tbe Treasury. The truth is, the whole thing is a fare-, vhich amuses all con cerned in it except Mr. Davis, lie ia in thorough earnest, and is under the delusion that he is doirg something. it i 10:: TiiiTrircvTitt...

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. — 17 July 1879

.-- '... at-T-T- -i'SC.j I--" T V o THE LEAVEN WORTH WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY JULY -Hi. 1879--SEX. PAGES. II? a inies WAS IT sr I CI l E ? THUBSDAY JULY 16, 1S79. UuiSCroBx. The side walk on tlie Kant tide of Thltd street.between Dela ware and Shawnee, north of Mathonefs saloon. In In a roost danzemus condition and should be repaired at once as aome one la liable to break aleg at any tltne. Real rotate Transfer. Hngh Ewlug and wife, of Washington, D. C to Jobn Daley, of this county, warranty deed lnoonilderationof SI 0. to lot 17. b.oek j 3,Kwlng. Roelofson A CoV addition to tbe ff enf ui uvnwuiiu. The Elur. The steamer Carrier arrived yesterday morning at eleven o'clock, fiotn I! smarck. urM ... i , t;s s, ,J. , ! 4. i-lais V.-, 1 . " . ...... '.. and after stopping a few minutes hit for ct. laudanum and wblsly. The hat Louis Copt. Sam. Lewis informed a rnor tertbatthe lKai will make leuularttlps be tween BL Louis and leaven worth hereafter. Fomcroj. The river bank at 1'omeroy still ...

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. — 24 July 1879

"s r- 11 tf m THE LEAVENWO WEEKLY Jf i. rnrnMl' IVtalilislirrf Jiy II. ) II. Autltuu), TR;unrT, liCI. j LEAVENWORTH KANSAS, THURSDAY .nmr I879, NUMBER- 1,377 4. J$U Y2 4 -. TIMES ? Jx I? r. ' -fjGS- tfcMji $mt THURSDAY JULY 24 1S7P. THE BCSSIAX3I1MHIO.V. Our Minuter to Bussia, Hon. Edwin W. Stoughton, has signified his desire and in tention of resigning bis mission, end among those moot prominently mentioned for the probable vacancy ia Mr. Courtland L. Par ker, of Sew J Tfr. A HKXMItil.K I'OKII. We publish this morning tn original poem, written for Tnc Tives, by Hon. Wm. Paxton, of Platte City, Mo., which is well worth reading. It is full of common sense and will pay perusal. Mr. Paxton is a ready writer, a schslarly gentleman and cf rare literary ability. a mm; KAI1.IUK. It seems that tbe Stony Point centennary wan a big failure in every sense of the word, and the fire thousand (leople who attended with the expectation of having come sort of a good time were most wolully disip poin...

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. — 24 July 1879

H. "V Vi -.-7i . . A r-K-; ST THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKJA TIMES : THURSDAY, JULY 24. 1879 SIX PAGES. ija i,.-, f mttkh STttttJes THUl'DAY JUIA 24 1S79. THE PKOSI'EKITV OF If the present promise shall be fulfilled, this countrv will have a larger grain pro dcction this year than ever before in its history. Vith a shortage in Europe, at least fair price are assured, and the finan cial effect mn"t nece'arily be Rood. The Breal harvests of 1S79 wM go far towards giving us general prosperity in 1SS0. ColVLEV COr.XTY. The letter from Cowley county published thia morning in of more than ordinary in teieet, as thia is onuof the finest, moot pro ductive and, in fart, one of llie imt promi nent counties in llie Si ate. WinCeld i a thriving ri ? ii.d with 1- advent of the railroad ii irH-riy will le increaFesl Cowley in one f the banner counties of the Bute. TUB CASK OF Fl.Oltllt.l. Gov. Drew, of Florida, is credited with the admission that there if serious doubt of the ability of the Democrats 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. — 24 July 1879

-i " IV Jv - --- s ' r.w-. sv , IHE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY JULY 24. 1879---SIX PAGES. r i tcX i 1 (uticura HUMORS OF THE SCALP, LOSS OF HAIR. Loss ef Hair In thousand of cases Is duo entirely to Mime form of scalp disease- Sev enty fit" per cent, of the number of bald heads might be covered with lialr by a Judi cious use it CUTICCKA, U-ssisied by CUTICC K KOAr. It Ik the most sj.reeable as well s the most cflictlve hair res orercver pniduotl by man. It is medicinal In tlie truest f-t.-nse ol the word. Alloilienare.o1e-a;enous mix ture or poisonous rtjeK. None but CCTICUUA Iee9 the speciric medical piop-rlles that enable It to cure all Itching hi il sea y dis eases that Inflame and lrrlute the scalp and hair gland and tub-, auslm premature baldness. Medium tlose-s of the Citticcka JIkioI.VET Kill urily the fill and sueat ulau.isof the vim of scrofulous humor of the blood and Insure periuauenlcuie.wben taken In coniiect'ein with the outward appll cation of Ccticuka. SALT R...

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. — 24 July 1879

-Amg?xkr . -: "Fv-F tfr - v " " -v . THE JLEAVENWORTH WEEKIA TIMES : f HURSDAY, JULY 24. 1879 SIX PAGES. o Strong Testimony From Hon. UHirg Starr as to lSiet'ow - vxoflUn way's Kcaily Ho lier in a case of Sw ic Ithi-uniatisni. " JSSTTVajTSSTPi-ce. New York. j. kadwat: with me your relief naa worKed wonders. For the last, Uuve years I La-, had irequent and severe attacks of kcI atlra, soinetliue-i extending Irum the lumbar fMlonoX my ankles, ami, at times lu both oirer limbs. iunuK ma time that I bave been afflicted inavetrird almost all tbe remedies r-.com-nesded by wise men and tools, boplng to find relief, but all proved to be fallnn-s. 1 nave tried various kinds of bains, man ipulations outward applications of lini ments too numerous to mention, and pre HrnpUonsof tbe moot eminent physicians, all of which failed to give me relief. LasI September, at the orient reiiieAtof a Inerid, iwho bad been afflicted a mself), 1 was Induced to try your remedy. 1 was then autterlng fearlully w...

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. — 24 July 1879

:?w s-s- ; . "iH fV-J'J. " v - :.-" J" -1" --se' J- THlfilaBAVBNWORTH WEEKL1 TIMES : THURSDAY. JIJXY 24. "IS79 SIX PAGES! '"-fpt 'ssr ,JFS- ii i. 5 W fct r ," fcsfc. Wltf SK THURSDAY JUKVSt. 1879. t . HAATAlTSTICTOnV Br rsf"QJ lue dispatches l w' e gniJUifjiKoriUng to' the decision of seen Jud, ller Wdr Halktt, in the U. S. Circofi C irt-atTJenrer-sisy -before yester- day the AttiiwTppeka.,Snta Fe coia-t pany takirig'is"eWion'oT the Rio Grande road yesterday. Thin is a great victory for theSants Fr. and- puts an end to the great controversy which has been raging for Jnie time put. j v. li:lCMOV4a.. Mr. Charles J. Cklora the Western AgetnVof.lfie Aaocitcd Press wiih head quarters at St, 1Jtiis, is in the city. Mr, Ucborn colic; and ulita all the dispatches seut to this rection of the country, and numbers e very member of the Kansas and MiseouriAs-ociated IVes as his warm friend and personal admirer. He U an energetic, untiring worker and it is to his labors that our readers are indeb...

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. — 24 July 1879

isjsj ui im w wiWBByowy v-fsjij,. 5sTi J.' 4-- ff THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY JULY 24. 1879SIX PAGES. .s&iisagammesx&st&is- ' A Wtcfeitt fifiw THURSDAY JULY -I 1S79. nan jsriuseM. Therallrtrtrt brldceoser Three-M lie Creek is not In a very uf condition; nellherlsthe treMle- cork Just below tho lrellit depots. Both places need reptlr-ns very badly, or a Merlons necldent msy one dy nult. o trust that It will be repaired iironiptly. Token of Itc-pect. Among the nations ot uuil'iulu, an uflcr lDgoficifunicfc wsw regarded ms r tokcu of the tnosl profound rw-pccland lioriisge. At the present time, a p-ewtit of a Ikix of Dr. !rlc-'ii esqulslte odors would not only b regarded ax a token of respect, hut -nJoytd to Die last drop, with the ere-test pleasure. I.cavcuuorlli at l.endvllle From Information Just received from Den ver, we letni that John Craucer, Kd., Jo. and Jim Fenlon and Dr. M. H Tnomas, are about to leave by wscon forthe(JunnIon country south we-1 of li-ad...

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. — 31 July 1879

t --.- r ' V ? - i f i '( r THE LEAVENWORTH LEAVENWORTH KANSAS, THURSDAY JULY 31, .1879. WB . Amuony, Ta:iiHrj,l!sCI.; NUMBER-1,278 S WEEKLY TIMES f !' 4 I -. a-.--. & i B 3-$rm Wccltlg 25imj THURSDAY JULY 31 1S79. HTALWABT. In referring to the plaifnrm of tbe Penn sylvania Republicans, the Philadelphia Timet Inderendent says it is all that the moet etalwart of the stalwarts could desire. COTTOX -t IU.GEB KlMi. Cotton is indeed no longer king. The statistic for the eleven months ending May 30, show that for the first time in the history of tLe country the exportation of breadstuff has exceeded in value not only that of cotton, but of cotton and tobacco combined. v UK1TN MBE.(iTU. The Boston Herald, an independent Dem ocratic paper, says the Grant movement "is Btronger because of the people pcshing behind than of the politicians pulling be fore." If the politicians are pulling, and the people are pnshicg, what's to prevent the boom from b"omini ? CANADA. Canada do a not share the...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 31 July 1879

&i& 3 .Jr- ;HssBjatoiSjBa!Baaa3SBsii jT-, THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKIA TIDIES : THURSDAY, JUL. 31. 1879---A-GES . dUHBi i I "s t S. MccHa Slimes THURSDAY JULY 31. 1879. AOTICC' ThtrearefJll a number of abacriben. In arrears. We have referral to this uiatlcr three or four times lately, and the rooney is not received within the next two weeks, we will have to flop their papers, and Fend back charges for collection Our rule is 10 stop eieiy psper when the time explie, and It we have discriminated In favor of a few old friend they should not liuposeon our goodnature. ItemltSl.ij for one year more. TIIK BKT IMID.VI'I,i:i. The Xew York Tribune ha found an otherrame lor Mr. Tit 'en -ird now refer, to him mv.ri .blv a '.he gra? uiifeid napped " -.:. "-"'". A London dispatch reoris the re-igna- .tionof Jlr. Welsh, the American Miui-ter to England LU probsble return home at an early day. IXme-tic bereavement in tLe cause assigne"?. Till: llltlH HOOM. It eeeins tht the Jtlf Davis bjooi is bo...

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. — 31 July 1879

--xi KT-t B"-4.V r -f-w 3 F' FHE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES. THURSDAY -JULY 31. 1879 SIX PAGES. & 1 FEBRIFUGE ji PHOMINENT PHYSICIAN. JtonniLE.Tnix.Jjn. into. isaa. Ml J C liirmHiisos, St. Louis. Mi Inr m, I Late sold Uiaunli febrifuge since its lntrwl!5 Hon In Central Texas, la (act I mar ur I Introduced U In Milam County. It bu alien unlf ormlr good aUsfacnon. and its merits are constantly recuta- mending It from citizen to dozen. In tie speed and elective rare of Intermittent Pevrr. rtrtrr and Arar.iand rrr"r Malarial Origin. I am alaan pleased t-'KlUim..nl'lrbiirui.-marr.mti.f lu eftdetiar. kntiatng it will not disappoint mrrustn- idt. and bring so palatable, mail- It Lie m jJeaai.tretiiljIrUiecuri.f -Minand l-erer. J B. HOUTHIT VI IU JToprletur city Drug store. FEBRIFUGE HE STILL LIVES! OmCI OF II S. NOTZLTT KM OO .er Yort QU. A-rut 2. IrjiR. STypearSr- FfiTOTtTtwTiyrarslhwehad l-ner end Arue. and after trying rvrry ttilnz I tnk une lialfbunie of Clifford's r'rtirtfugr, ast I...

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. — 31 July 1879

iiij "fKyy j-r S-eT-- !- "w-wi-tjwpsfir: iy iS5S wr si- fife- !fSWPS H THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES : THURSDAY, JULY 31. 1879 SIX PAGES. H ft- r JE& JbC. JE 8t rone Testimony From Hon. (Irorge Surras to the Pow er of Had way's Heady Ko HpHna case of Sci ie Rheumatism. ;Xo. 3 Vaji ess-Place. New York. DR. IUDwat: With me ypar reliel has worked wonder". For the last tare, years I nave had Irequent and severe attacks of sci atica, soaietliues extending from the lumbar re lens to my antics, and.al times, In both ower limb. UurlnEUietlniethatl have been afflicted leave tried almost all tbe remedies recum Meudesl by u law mt-u and tools, hoping to flnu reliel, bulll proved to be failures. 1 nave tried various Kinds of ballis, man ipulation's outward application of linl merit too numerous to nwntlon, and pre rriptionsor the most eminent physicians, all ol which failed t aive me relief. .Ijislhepterabcr, at the urgent requestor a lrlcnd, le.Iio lis-el own smiciei as inie-ii v.i lriflare...

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. — 31 July 1879

Si 1 rHE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY JDLY531. 1879 SIX PAGES. m - r- t ft. 15'. Vx Wttltljl WM TI1IJIytDAVJLLY31 1679. Tin: iiiimi ..i'j.stio.v. 1Iiat the I'eniile Tiiink About It Interviews With aXaniberori'rcrn inrnt HolnrM Ieri Tlif?3' Ka.prei Tlu-Ir Opinions Freely I'jion tnc Situation. Itport of Interviews bold with a numtjer of prominent bnFlnesa men of the city were git en in onr columns jetenlay, hot the ex pression of other ajentleraen M! ted were nc liar 11 omitted till to-dy, and ure given below. ii i ursii, when be whs appro icbeJ upon the mutter. faldhereRirddlt -sa very tli-licateqaeRtlon to talk about, for the reason that an opinion Kivento the pab'l: would, of coure, be re Kariled as advice tothe countf commUMon- ers In regard to the proper manner In which todincbarsetb'lrdnty, and as these gentle men bid te-n s-Tectsd f om among the peo ple of tha county to dotbe work ri-qnlrr d of tbem. It I to be presumed that they are com pel ut to attend to their own busl...

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. — 31 July 1879

.-.-. ' rfJpP.elr-3Bi . cr.s a--V .H353a -t THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES : THURSDAY, JULY 31. 179--SIX PAGES. ii Jcpr- iKr"0 i B i r i" r.ti V. Eris:- inus OBSDAY JULY 31. 1S79. ytoTA FAIM'EC 1MUnic' . ed State Atlornej lor Arkansas I. . r f f.o full. announc- , " m mwi" ureol Con Rress to make the necessary af" tiroonatioi Who rhal'e failure' . r far wai ine extra eession wai a IIT IT audit incur. TriejCbicaeo lutcr-Octzn hits it alsml rightand show an appreciation of things as thevyre when it ssys that cince our east ern friesd' Kot "'hook up" with a tornado ther have&ot been as promise in their ad vice to rndV4o flt ay from tornado t, ed Kans. A I-AIVKI I- ItL.MOH. A paiuful rumorVmr from Washington which tends to discredit the-story that Mr. Tilden had heaped c' on General Ew 'iug's head in the shape of a handsome sub scrintion for the Ohio campaign. It is de clared that the Ohio Democracy are in panic at their lack of money, and are pro testing by wire thfst there ! no chan...

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. — 7 August 1879

"7--- -a rt- T THE LEAVENWORT WE KLI T TIMES 4 H P "SI m V N? iK I cn'KVjo"iC.. LEAVENWORTH KANSAS, THURSDAY AUGUST 7, 1879. WUtllg mints THURSDAY AUGUST 7, 1879. MJIli;lt AXli F.li.i. KI.i:ctios The first election of the season will take place to-morrow, when Kentucky will vote for State officer'. No intere t is felt in Un as the State will go Democratic, of course Maine and California will come next, the first week in September. Ohio will fjllow in October, and New York in November. Sugar Company took three tons on the 14th of April, and on the 12th of May an equal amount arrived for the farmers of the Con necticut VJlty. These are but a few among the many instances which might be named. As six pounds are held to be ample for planting an acre, it can easily be i-een that a great area must be devoted to this root this year. i.ir.i r. c.titz:Y. A cable dipatch to the JJtrM sajs the .London Army anl .Vary Gazette learns thar the Queen will be advised to allow Lieu tenant Carey, the o...

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. — 7 August 1879

MfPggy- . .-y.'lll 3T oaa'flata5g-gS. ;2a59S2ss- ii -Jf' aufc-M i fr THE liEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY AUGUST 7 I879--SIXPAGES. i"5 U lit r hi 1 1 r.s i. 9 7J fc Wttklz Wm& THURSDAY AUGUST, 7 1S70. XOITItlX The Inter (keen eays the rejort that Sen ator Blaine had canceled his etgigements to fpeak in Ohio ia cot true, aa he had not made in 7 engagements to frak in that State. i:M,ti:!:r.i The Denver Tribute ha jnt Lcea en larged, and changed in form, and now comes to us with eight pages intead of four. We congratulate our neighbors upon this evidence of their iroerity. The Tribune U an eic llcnt pa-wr and deserves success. TIIT TIIK(Hi:si.lV Mr. John Kelly, autrat of Tammany Hall, U cocfjJent of his ability to throw C0.O0O Democratic votes in New York City again! Gov. Kobio-on, should he be nomi nated. But bhould Tammany dictate the nomination, how many Toes will Tilden and Kobinson be enabled to throw sgainft the ticker tiik criiuFArr. According totbeChicago Tribune's mone...

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. — 7 August 1879

rraOsgigj SlaJS-say?'-"'- r THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES : THURSDAY. AUGUST 7 1879 SIX PAGES WrtTMii h ft ! w, .. L .1 l?C $ I $ SAN FORD'S RADICAL CORE JT For $ CATARRH lneantly relieves and permanently enrea Kneezlng or Head Colds, called Acnte Catarrh thick, yellow and tool Mattery Accnmula- uuubiuiujo -ii r-assages, called Chronic Catarrh : rotting and slonnnlneof ih Rr.n. of iheOhe, with discharges of loathsome I King Extracts and Perfumes have sained '" .TTi 1 '74. -uu uicrjKuuuH "' 11 Ji t't L)pi r.ar, iiiroaiaoa ijuiiftot i u.rciaiiveaeuiarm. .Also, nsy Fever. Nervous Headache. Dizziness Cload- eu jieruoi y, ana ijuhh oi rerve Power. Thin Ureal Local and CnnstltntloiiHl llome dy Is prepared entirely bv distillation, and contains. In the form of vaiorizeJ essences, the greatest vegetable healing and purlflng properties known to modern chemistry. By meansofDr.haaiord's Imprmed Inhal er, which accompanies eery liollie free of charge, it is Inhaled, thus acting dlrectlr on the K...

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