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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 28 July 1870

I n ii 4 ii i - "' v THURSDAY, JUUf'Jny 17. - 'Hill - tS?" COL. BUEL ASSASSINATE AT FOOT LEAYE3CW0ETH. M he is siieT be wmi wirr OX HIS AJUf. -- , "'. jiti ' I-r: i Col. David Bud, unbiauue officer at the, i Fort, xrasiJiotilisui bran assassin at Ftet Ixvivcuwortli, at 10 o'clock Friday night. He li.ul been lot-iiend the evening at Gen. Stur glvsand was walking home with his wife on Iiit, aim, and accompanied by Iris little boy, i when lie was fired on bv an asosdn conceaJod, in sonic bullies. Tlic IkiII entered tfic lower! .- ..Til... :1. !...- iml nrtw fillf nf flio bark- Ilrilicl .-ilmost instantly r' The ticrpetratoT of the fiendish murder w nut known. V Col. Sue! w.i? one of the IteJ. and moti jK)jmIar oflicci m the nntiy,5ttidlirrAeaHi. will vui-? wirmir wherever he was known.i If the murderer is v:ith him. 'lit it will hard 8 Tin: milroail is now comili-tul from To nba to En ri:i and latJ.-nr train, will W I 'lit on next week. l - Tin:ni; were I, 758,767 liu-hi'lAjuf.graiit p...

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. — 28 July 1870

h W IA I- ;'l ,u Pi u w is Km I' i V mtthl 0iwcs THURSDAY, .JULY 28, 1870. The faneral of CoL But.1 luok place at the Fort sn Sunday, under military regulation, and was attended by a hup iuimW of peo ple from the city- Those four young gentlemen who went up to the Fort on Sunday, and were obliged to walklwck, reiwrt that it was the varniot day of the seaton. No wonder. A DEBATIM! club in YVorcotcr recently dicued the important question: w heth rra rtxKtcr'B knowledge of daybreak is the result of observation or instinct, Bismaeck was the friend of the United States during the flavcholdcn.' rebellion; Louis Xapoleon was in league with the friend f the Southern Confederacy. A new and commodious hotel lias been erected in Owego, LaMtc county, by George F. Dow. It will le oi:nc.l in a few day-, and will le an attractive place f-r weary travellers'. Mrt.JoiIN C. SlinAa well known Chicago printer, arrived in the city yoterday for the purpo-J of taking the foremaixhip of Tun Time? new-room....

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. — 4 August 1870

m THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY ifi&ijj (fiHwtttK VOL,. 15. LEAVENWOBTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY MOBNIX G, AUGUST 4, 1870. XO. 31. ' . -i, Tf 'T IK' " T1MJSH V ' s W K J, V '& Ih U lmf 4 "3 f WMt mu THURSDAY, AUGUST 4, 1870. "wir rmw AtttfMf. It is estimated that tlictc are eight thou sand colored persons in Kansas. Yesterday was their gala day. They held their first .Stole Convention to celebrate the ratification fo the fifteenth Amendment, and did it ih n way which raut have been satisfactory to themselves as it was to all who joined with them and to all who witnessed the grand demonstration. All of the organization and societies participating in the celebration would have formed a line a mile and a half in extent, and numbering many thousand person-, The principal towns repre sented crc Lawrence, Atchison, Wy andotte, Fort Scott, 1'aola, tojieka and Junction City, and there wa hardly a prominent colored man in the State who was not present. And wives and chil dren came alo, so that 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. — 4 August 1870

It It' It r H $ 1:1 U" fltfflwfeltt JKimM v-3 FT . . ' . THURSDAY, ADUl4l0xj THE LI.AVEXWORTII TIMES. DAILY AND WEEKLY. .Til E-OLUlIbTl'Al'KIi-iii-lCAiitiA Offlcial Paper of the 'City and County. One ciy'ne-js-ar- ... One ewi'V six months- Oirc c"ly three month J!l 0) .loo SOB 1 00 In- ojr one lunmn . H'hrmilrliwn-I livtheOmeriiithct'ltv. twenty- tne ctnts ier wee1.. Om f py one -ar.. ...... ..........-5? 00 l4l-ral utiluttfon-t loclutw. 5AU letters shoul 1 lie lliyl to TEE TDXES.' Lravctiirortb, Kansas. (JFFIt'C Xos. 13 i. 1 &UA17M.E srraxirr l.t'AIJ.inil.lTV. The breaking out of war in Europe has diverted our gaz-o from the iontiGcal caucus, and there Is much lens attention given to the neu gKl thu he will reasonably liave a right tod-ni.inil hcrcaftei. liut no one is in doubt about tli views of this new acccstsion to the god-h-ad thi-. rclf-etylcd completion of the ijuartcttc. lit; is cry prouounced in his religion.- and political opinion.-. He believes tint be is at the head...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 4 August 1870

- L ,f II UJ nfJ'M JU' imii I'W ".i .p.JirJ"SeWas) 3' M, l.f L U ffl L Iff '1 SUPPLEMENT. THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 1870. THE'iknDers report com looking finely, and the crop throughout the State promises to be larger than ever lsrforc. Truly, this Menu destined to lie a glorious year for Kansas. TheJJjrmalSchool. The State Normal School of Leavenworth will be open for the reception of pupils on Wednesday Septein kt 6th. Au excellent boarding hall has lieen fitted trp, and "everything provided lor the oinTeBienee .of (scholars. The session k lo contieae twrairr-unc weeks. Sec adver-li-emeiit oa first page. A Small Editor. -Amon;: the Iowa ex- cuniionute is3Ir. John McKibbcn, editor of the Wintenett Madimn county, Sun, and probably tins firaallet editor in the world. He is t!l years of age, SO iridic higli and weighs 36 pounds. l!e-iiies transacting the buimsof.Beik-;nirjroprielor, Mr. Mc Kibben is also Sheriff of Madinou county. He is a very intelligent looking little cliap, and i exceedin...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 4 August 1870

-rtr - ? .L illUBI. ,-J-Hl.j-w uas uuuuhw depaymeaU rslAWlEICE aecoiaViaVAatafsae ST. LOUIS SAW W01KS. HitA LX.K. the 8Mb, aa for afTaaTc become ac- raUUilkiU ui 1 1 ji ji wKhiL TaeuwwositMaisaowfor .-- lorJrii iCTlinf A morrow. We think not. He will not be Iwllofi?; imn -irnaa;aj;Q ST. LOUIS SAW WORKS. alhiTcsSikfatrf, 15 A1 sr ir'i . I S l ' jj Price Lr '.r THURSDAY, AUGUST 4, 1870. -J- affc' witrwr'ar it. v. nrrnui. -Three ycarsagQ Rev. Hiraai H-Jtevek was .the pMtoc of lie Africaa Methodist Cfcarch'ejf this drr. Yeatrdabe irtiijiicj to.lfcc place of hi fcrattr -icsaknoe vafter haviag had a seal in the United States Sen ate since February, bit Jt was fit' that the " who holds the highest position ever attained by any of his nee in this" country chould fcaferioaaaem Wdaff fa Kan kis the State where John Brown fought for freedom and equal rights the State in which it waft first shown on American soil that poor abolition fanatics were stronger1 thatfa SaTc holding oligarchy sustaine...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 4 August 1870

rt .w-u i - 'F $ I 1.7. 9- Mi. IWII iW i vinrMMAM.iiijai.TmDB iinr ir m wmm man UineiMl4B4UIVM the craenyira&itj -w-: eg -. -fetal taHiBHfc T-irm THURSDAY, AUGUST 4, 1870. Me Careaca tan- CHa aaul Imnllrattn n . Mr did not iMteiUileKIII Ana Eli aariUl - r - -' I . .? -a J Jonif M.JfaTmie the murderer of Col; 'tioir.aicd"at rdft"Laiviwortti'yswJ morning alxwt ooe'tModct of tie tiiiJ it '"'ceivcd while being caphired. Ar fran '''"o'cliclc on Tnesgy 'woitiig1 'wHfcrihp "isltilincreaSeJ, aw8he'wmaReTSifiMl 5Wirc to make a OTnftWn'6f Ifr.!!, frnidi'nc afcito SnrKcon.STagnHfer ttl'wf- "stance as foTfos: " J j He"deserted'bnTaey,"a Fridajr'nigal lieVetrt bade to (lie arrrul art-l fa fctftjy ' 'Acitley the tfaii whein fne trrtnttoned : y-, tehlaf as Iiatins refew totelify at tht ihJtiesL' 'Sooir after; he tod AckfeyV ""SnSiSa Km he iraY going to HJ1 GT r,l?c wenf'aiirl ttBJScaiofl himself in t yafil, anrl tftiVft the Col." lapprbachtJ," he railed ffiiitnl tliit the -tin' to' 'fitr," W h...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 4 August 1870

A f S i. El I ; j 4 . ! l-v WinUu $imt&k THURSDAY, AUGUSt 4, 1870. iTinayiiotfcirnenilly known that on and aftrOctbw 1, 1870, no stamp required for receipts for payment of any ira of money nor for iiayuient of any debt, nor for promissory notes under one hundred dollars. Kink checks remain subject to stamp. Tut MunnEKEit Dickson. A gentleman who called yesterday with Dr. Jones to visit Dickson, informs us that an entire change has taken place in the prisoner since his trial. lie was then cool, collected and brazen. He is now nervous and highly ex ited. He calls for whisky, evidently want ing to lienumb his Fen.sc and make him ob livious of the terrible past. IK execution will take place next Tuesday. The Indeiiendencc Plotiter, of the 30th, j-jys on Tuesday night, about twelve o'clock; a band of men, with faces blacked, went to the hous: of Jacob J. Caldwell, on Elk river, near Iiadical City, and attempted to mob him. He made his escape, and a he ran (several -hots were fired at...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 11 August 1870

..iSiVi1...i V3" Sfl -fa "-. rssfc-' cr "i't.ar- kfr oer-- iVi .rtl y . : e" ! i7 i- .'-j II IK H'lff . T SI :; THlXEAYENWOiRTH WEEKLY TIMES. .M " -. . J 1 IC IiEAVENWOKTH; KANSAS, THJJPSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 11, 1870. VOX. 15. NO. 32. A i "-i -. l -" c ,".". I i t I . , a. HEPrBtlCAX STATE 5t ETI3t. A Irmblicin State CacTeation,to nominate candidate for Member of Congress Governor, Un tenant Governor, Associate Justice of the Supreme Court, Secretary of Mate, Auditor, Treasurer, At torney General, and Superintendent of PuMie In--truction, will lie held at Topeka, on the Ktfc may rHertaker, A. . 1W, At twelve o'clock in. " - The Rn-niMican voters of Kuuu will, in each KcprcscntatiielMstrict of the Mate, on the third lay of September, A. I). 1670, in such manner awl firm a-i may !e prcscril-ed by the County or Ii- irict Cotmiiitt-eof each county in the State, elect mc delegate, and one alternate for every 2, 301 in habitants, or any fractional part thereof, in each Representative Distr...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 11 August 1870

-Tm--: ji.wiiiii inriT - "---- - s. ei m Lyiof i4zJ" THDBSDAY, AUGIgRl, l87L THE LEAVEN VVOJBTH TIMES. , ,,DArJ7t4SD WEEKLY. -t. r- THE PL D EST I'AKnI!; K A JJkA . Official Paper of ths City and Couaty. daily: One copy one year.. One ropy dx month Ooe;vopj-. three Janata. ..5l on s oo 3 OT I 00 One -copy one month..... Worn del &eJireredrthe Carrier in IhcCite. twenty- nve cents per wcea. wccKir : One copy oiic Tear.- $2 " libcrgl deductlous, to club. VAI1 letters "JiouM lc aillrc-sl lo THE TIMES, IjraTenirortli, Kansa?. OEFIcn "Jfo. 13 A 13 Mimwxki: KTBnrr A KEI.IC OF BARBARISM. The basii of representation on which all of our State Conventions have lieen called in a relic of tip sparcely-scttlcd and Indian-trail lavs of the Territorial part. There has been very little change in the eleven yearn since the 'Kepnhlican party was formed in the Territory, and our present calls even lap over into the Free State, Big Springs and ("Jra-whopjier Falls conventions of the prime val past,...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 11 August 1870

, rC ..r-t "t ft ! Sl ! - 1 .- ccMg Slimes SUPPI.ESESNT. . fi. -, ijt THURSDAY, AUGUST 11, 1C0. BAKE OF PEIIATIOXK ' TZ52 rEStcroKCES.--Vt-i::Ns::r;r;i.iu;. The base of ojcrations for thcVivju U ar mies forms an acute angle, running East U South, and SoulITby West, with th hesid luartcrs at what we might term the two' s trcniitics. Wc mv "might" Ijccausc, ii: L-i. Mctz and Strasburg arc not really lh ex tremities', the lines extending North of Mt atThionvillcand Southwest of S:ra-".nr.:at Colniar, oratBelfort, if the crJile teicynifiis are correct. As regards Belfort, however, it docs not seem possible that the right wing of Marshal McMahon can Ik? Iccaled m far South, tlic town being not less than icventy miles from Strasburg, and i, in fa-i, It- :i defen-ive jKi-itioii from ii.vasion from ( ier many than from invasion from fc'wilzcrl.ind. But admitting Belfor to ic the extra-.! right of the French, vc b.a.f the following fortified places, v. hieh the army covers : lie ginning at B...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 11 August 1870

i m ? x v V vtwm - Mr:, T ? THURSDAY, AUGUST' 11, 1870. TEACHERS' C0ITVESTI0!f. Inntitate Anrccd m. CMMiMai far t'oawtjr Mtil it. Pursuant to call froai the Count Superin tendent and County -Teacbere' Executive Committee, a meeting of teachers wan licld in the office of the CouotV Saoerintendcnt on Saturday, August 6th, at two o'clock. The President of the County Teacher's Associa tion, IL D. McCartjr, in the chair, and K. K. McClarran, Secretary. The President read the circular of the State Stiiterintendeat of Public Instruction .oking that the County Association co-otie-rate with a State Institute to be held in the oountv'this fall. liemarks favorable to uniting the effort of tiic state and County were made by Jlewrn. McGarty, Donovan and Blackmail. On motion of Mr. Blackman it was agreed that the State and County Institute hliould lc held conjointly. It was further agreed that a week' time should lie devoted to Institute work, begin ing on Monday, October the iMth, and that the c...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 11 August 1870

m fTt J' .- II 1 i UT . I ' WtMWmts THURSDAY, AUGUST 11, 1870. A Partially tfecBawf! Geotce Yakrtfg.ji TOflPjByolan Jcr, had a narrow rtilfcMlK Wednes day night by lcapirig,j.c roof of the Commercial Hoiue, a three rtorv building, to the 'ground lielowv From" what can be gathered of the facts, it seems that he was laboring under a temporary aberration of mind, accelerated, phyrfciaas think, by ex posure to the intense heat of Tcuesday, as on that dnyfiSri fcrfd m albillof bi-ridw-ed state. Taken 6rst to the Continental Hotel, lie re-used to eat .anything Jf hatcrer. Continental, thinking the partially insane man could have. more watcLful care at the Commercial than Iim own crowded house could give, he went with him to the Com mercial. Hc rmfehovn to bis jmvaf .Tap ing for nothing but a pitcher of water and a lied. Early on Wednesday morning he nro-e from hi bed, partially dressed himself, ami taking his boot under his arm, started out Fifth street at -aj rapid pane.; tjln the evenin...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 11 August 1870

mmmqmmmm h , i J9 IK If Hi mtthh $ THURSDAY, AUGUST 11, 1870. THE GAIXOWS. Mmrr ' atsursselt. Ttie JauU Tsursl letaMr Crowded. SVC. He Priet Ml- "'" ' Wltbeat afMswflCl. last Mn is Cerfcrt Carvwr. Many reports have Ikx-ii circulated to the effect that the condemned man was borne down ly anxiety and remor?, but all such report were untrue For a few weeks after he was intenccd he complained of the sen tence, and raid lie had no chow for his life. He bewailed bitterly what he called the in justice of hi trial. Said prejudice was fo strong tliat the court had to convict on flim fy evidence But at las he became recon ciled and said he was ready to die. Mr. George Dickinson of the Society of Friends, has been in almost constant attend ance for Korac weeks and on Sunday last held religious service at the jail. Car. V. M. ForteHCiie has also been in attendance and lias done much for the pris oner's spiritual and temimral good. But the roost devoted in their attendance on the Roomed man, hav...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 18 August 1870

. ,u. ,"'-,r '" lPPPPP " .H3 C.TJK TII tefa f?" V, JXAWIIHT JoTaw: " JK -VTd BS1T &j 11 C cXl'nT cxiyis rffa.I -wita nT t v'ifflle t r ! riWieaElr' r-rcmm.K aa YSaVBBtl I'M OSTH .,-:WffiSfelr TIMES. '. H-wt5i ijui Huii7TrT r 3 1 "5 j Ztu i . -!.. .- .. , .a 4MlfO'i ft IVf HJfW !, W;0 4 , f t U i m ( 'D V ra H ID t t J - VOL. 15; ' i, - WLtt$wii Thursday; August is, isto. In onirr k place in th haaii of aft. aaata Ibe oldra, the roost enterprMng, and the Leadiac rpcr la Kamas, dariax the jntut paUtial can Tas, we hare detondaed to fUrakh Tk WnkLT Tram from thb da US Koroaacr 15th, at cha rollowiac rate: i ' To tiade aberlbers . Meraia. To dabs of 39 or " a ceaU. The Dailt Tuns will be nat for theaaaa tia for $3.00, and an rxtra copy to any oaewhogoUap Bciantn lrn, aoraiag a a lacnaer. BtEPVBUCAX CMJXTT : The uemlienof the Kepublkaa toantjr CoataUU tee are requeste-J to meet ae Saturday, Aosaat 20th, at 2 p. m. . at the oSce of the Learenworth Tbucx, Tor the transaction of Importa...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 18 August 1870

35?7" Jj" r SSSJi'rj'jStJj -V .- v- fr-V5fc vJES ivT, V.'-V.MJw niv; ki "T. r . v .-- ,-' -.f .- rr-- -- -i w-fy &f&g?i jjfegHs? mf "- - . - .-, - j - m I- A l''l 3 I 1 r i 11 Is ( t n M AP t i ill Ti'Mrrbln 9timf --"- 5 r y jcsa? ' is? THURSDAY, AUGUSTIS.STO.' f THE LEAVENWORTH TIMES. DAILY AND WEEKLY. THE OLDEST PATER IK KANSAS wsckms OflcUl Paper - - of tbe City and CoantT. J J? -daily: One copy one year SI" V One copy six months... . ,... 5 00 One copy three months 3 JJ One copy one month ......- I W When deliTered by the Carrier in tfeeCity, twenty five cents ier week. "iPv' "v - ' weekit: One copy fine c3rMHWM.HH .........--- W Liheral deductions to cluln. 'SWAM letters should I addr-ased to THE TIMES, I-ravenworth, Kan-ar. OFFICE Nos. 13 A 13 SlIAWNKE STHKET enBLIl'A NTATE Y'E!TieJ'. A Republican Mat'- Cuuventioii, to nominate undidates for Meml-cr of Congress, Uo-eruor, Ueu tenant Governor, Associate Justice of the Supreme Court, Secretary of State, Auditor, Treasure...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 18 August 1870

fci'-i i. s yswSiiajwc3e!i4:ja:rfC! -JsWa"i .- --.t., .... i. r ,. .ppfrg- j . ' ... 4-.V-i?'"-5.,t- --." "xi " -" -. .. t L 'i 1 t R w lir I oHecklS !imts THURSDAY, AUGUST 18, 1870. ASf E.lBF IKTETISia, The Tojicka Comuionxrcalllt, after protest ing for many monllis tliat it was in favor of a "good man" for Congress, at last oiienly favors tlie candidate whom it has all along secretly adrocated. In its issue of yesterday, that paper rays: "That Mr. Clarke lias been an industrious member all will concede. Tliat he has been ever true to the 'party that has elected him, ;md occupied advanced and unquestioned po sitions on all questions of a political charac ter that liavc liecn considered, all will admit. That he has made mistakes on local questions is probable." The State Printer may lx: bd down for Clarke and Harvey up to September 8th, and wc will say for him that he lias conduct ed the canvass in a more nianly way tlian the other organ at Lawrence. But the Comiaon ivralth has ajsd...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 18 August 1870

- -- -JRJ ' k-w. z-r it - iii--1 i. ; i" I-Ci ;S-J5? I'A'? ''& ? i t''S, J1 ' ?&' r-zi ssr----?- 5zZ ' J ,''-'r 3sV :- v r-'' iT-j- vj-tt " -T ? i" i' MiiHlPIP!aaal ss-j'- '- J ss.-m.--ixgnam tBBBBBaaBBBBnanraBBBBBkanaBBB "' ""T ttefcljtiius THURSDAY, AUGUST 18, 1870. They arc building a mill at Mnsootab, on the Grasshopper creek. This is not the firot time the grasshopper has been dammed. Why are some of the Kansas towns like the French? Because they have been laid out recently. Denver Is overrun with desperadoes and Mwindrels of all grades. There aeeans to be a perfect raid of thieves over the entire West. nww The New Militaky company. we hope tills enterprise will not fell through. Leavenworth ought to have a crack compa ny. The material is here and should lie organized. Nothing makes a finer appcar ance on appropriate occasions. For instance, at the reception ofihe Iowa Editors we could have produced an excellent effect wilh a well drilled and handsomely uniformed compan...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 18 August 1870

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Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 18 August 1870

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