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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 9 November 1871

U -i . S V I I .,? t- V aW " -' - ,,- . - 5T- ' -; fr- vE i - v - ot.,'!v,x.'ii'v;-3.TrJ:--.-V5. 5?.i;?-'T-w- "-, -- -jm jC't-' -t .'p- t &- -, . . x - , .- - - TITO MAVlIlSrW v' ,v asasssssssxassssssa-ass asssss esaaasssssssssss-mi wiw i m - VKItlCAI. VESICAL. UMTS STATES WATCM C01FAXV. CLOTHIM. r I " "" Winhh cs THUBSDAY. NOVEMBER 1). 1871. Emporia is Ue next place for the meeting uf Ihe Iilitorisl Conveution. A STAGE route from Widitta, via Kelle PUin, to Sherman, Ten, wi" opened in a liort time. AsTOCKcomD3nTtoiubli-ii"Tlie Kan b Migaiine," devotel to literature, etc., Lis len organized at Tojurta. REBCIMUSO lia- couinienced at Cauicror, with tlte same .irit that it w.m Xorgym at Clii cago. (Jod for the little fellow. Ik an aflMj at Ckaloosa, a young man Based Mitchell was knocked down and his akull fractured with a shovel. Lawrence U threatened with .-i coal fam ine, or whatever that may mean, nays tfa Journal. m The expression "too thin" whitli i wrongfully considered slan...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 9 November 1871

W7?-r7 f 3Gs-3sl -.. i v- c: V v K tjM L7r-.SS- v 'TS. p jy iiK-sfis, - f&gs?. L VwTV- V? - - i5e -'" t- Irt, Si &i . ; j m sT- i r? rd r. Ei bt - . -- i. L'i? it m fc r . s m 5-QT T E.-i f .' c-.". LII ST -r-S - elecfelu Pints THDBSDAY, JiOVEMBCU 0, 1871. THE ELKTIO.V. Ike ataaalg svs t'si .. llrard From. cjiecial Dispatch to! iib Times. TOJJGA2JOXIU. s Tosgasoxie. Nov. 7. 1871. TkeBMUorityi aa follow, at Tonjtanoxie: Bond 3i, Smilli 37, KclierM, MartTC, l'ar Jmi 51, Van Duyn 31, Medill 07, Jennifon 20, llalstead 47, Williams 17. E. H. L. UELAWAUS TOWXSHIP SPOttl'S rKECISCT. For Sheriff W. H. Ilond 1 IS, Leonard 102. Treasurer George S. Smith Hi. Alex. Bepine 95. K-Kuuer of Deils C C Mart 122, H. C. jTollirter 92. County Clerk A. B. Keller 112, R. S. McCnary 9!. 8nrfeor M. D. Parlin 117, Spartan K Rhea 97. Coroner A. C. Van Duyn 118. Dr. L. P. Biles 9C. Railroad A.-eor Jaiots Medill 120, Jacob Voirel 87. Senator -C.R. Jennison 115, Dr. J. J. Crook 92. ComM'wuoncr O. S. Hiat...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 16 November 1871

JRS'VSS rTh-ky. .t, ar r-T-o.s. w " rf- sV T "T-i.'"-! a&sm Jr. - v-f sc,t TV -i' - V'TRSJ&'T - V - - - r .".. 1 v.-.?s - v- s -;r?w THE LEAVENWORTH TIMES. - - -- . . 3. 3 vz. LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS, THUKSDA, NOVEMBER 16. 1871. Tla 1987.1 V3 tiiin T- -"--- by I. M.IK 3. i ns Tit :?SSB5h5--S3S5W 3IBWWK5WSiJssaCip5HW9S!aB WS 'rsws. v j.- t-- ..ijf,.-- .-.s.rs- -j!-.s--. -? ,. rs - - - ' : - W-M r cita-l. 7r. " !m T W JJliJljl , H A I il ,.. i f k il . & lI JJ". tfSufclj. itmcs K. ANTHONY - - - En. I,B0P- THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1C, 1871. TV T-.K PMls.- r K SKAM. I haTe purchaedthe hu-unew, go.1 will, .-J t.l.OT.t.t! franchioe of the LeaTenworth liailuatul Wnklv BuUttm. ik raaKny. tion lint will be added to that of TlIK Times. The Tl Of. the Coruaratirt and the Bul letin, three or the oldest daily pajiers in the State, areconaolidated in one. There hire been too many pier in Kan- -. iney nave not generally .. - t1BiBK- . ,. . With the increased sub-cnption ;t an.l . t. ....If ..u u...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 16 November 1871

IS&V-s;'r-J- T'lrSrSFSfKS . MJJ . .. . . -- - . m -. - pi . J I.HUt 1 f M I. r n" ) - .- -c 3&&$g8$$$e&j h hr r- I: K l u ' r w !T? . i -K r?' hZ-- iJU fvn.--iJ ', -"- a ,,. tf "THE LEAVENWORTH 2!feV4WSK'-JiSjSEi: - - v m a- j f7T- k -p f 7 .-' r t K M- R - :&- SSrN r-5- V .. ' i? LR-rf ?.x S !J .. . K ... i3Ss? " -sir ST 'ks: Qifi inws TaDBSDAY. NOVEMBER 1C. 1871. Host. S. A. Cobb is elected to tLe legisla ture from the Twenty seventh District, Wy andotte count, and Frank II. Eetton from the Twenty-sixth District, same county. A XOVI.I. IDE I. Somebody suggests that Chichago he heated by'steam. Tiie plan is to run pipes unier ground from a central resirvoir to each luiuc It is pronounced feasible ly the New York Timet, though it doubts whcthe the time has arriveil for so extensive an improvement. FOR 8PE1KI.R. We hear many name mentioned for Speaker or the next House. Among them none more prominently tlian tlwl of Gen. ii. it. Strickler, of Junction City. It wou...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 16 November 1871

m ' - - g"' ' --t,- ,. , ., -r, ..... .. i.jl i i.jj M "" irtBwgBEBiiMMMWMMWiWWi srrWW-. nv. .-',:-xju3Muu-!i'iai,. - s avW THB XJBAVBNWOKTH WEEKLY TIMES J TliTDAZ&OXffiM&tt 16. 1871. -3i3 imjI te S . -c -"' "" ."-i !" r s. " lyA v. L?" xit'lrclil!) imcs TiiUrtSDAY, NOVEMBER IC, 1871. TlIE. fine stud of Mr. Potter, at tlie Planters' House Stable, i- well vvoilhy of in spection. It n no doubt one of the be-t now in Kan-a. m Ottawa is the 1110-t iKsirefnl ami itntt city in Kansan, says the Jcuntal. Tl.e.r constables are getting ru-tjr for want ofr-onie-tl.ing to lo. THE length of time taken by the Alexis squadron, ironically tailed tlect, to reach thin country fhuwit that they are any thing but "ni-hin" f-biiH. The Lawrence Jcuntal rays a well dressed lady abandoned a bright little five year old boy, at the K. I. Deot in that r ity the other day. The city authorities have taken charge of him. The Oxford Times tells of a hunting .tart which left that place recently, coining in ...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 16 November 1871

i'S?.- Vfsx tw V spa l?r EW ..' aWs'jS'.jn. BSkS3 - . If v Pk. F is-. s ; fr f- i8' Li a.- k ' te l w r . t IK '3l v & fA.0 I L-r - E ? ST" 1 sz-r ;c t.i , iM-r -3.. B - "- EW 4" 555 . b?f- " p-r s. -: r lV l& I j-ff-Tlt fcl.fJ'W S" .VirJSV; " -TTa ' "it-a li . Z-1 rv sTSttfA- l rrrz-t.K -3J-. t 1i c --" B'T.-P'-v'L f7-rJYL&Ja. rj v "tv Lfc . --- aataavi i ! loUtkltt fimts , XOVEMBER 1C 1871. -JL. HUT AN! MEAI. AFImUU aTmpaly from this Market. Ob veaterday evening we called at the Badrjaf noose of Messrs. Whitaker & Byan, aad leaned that they were now preparing to awjn their alaugbtering of hogs, having early finished work upon cattle. They mmm done the largeat commission business ev transacted in the West, and thousands of banal of mess beef, withThidea, Ac, have naausuH from their depot to the warehouses of their patrons. The pork prr'I'g will commence at an early day, and the slaughter continue unre utledly during the season. The packing house is thoroughly in tri...

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 November 1871

' Tr?SBrW" 5?"W Sk, J.U '" -v? THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES. ft iS MerraUTr EatabllKkMl by ) D. SU Aalhaajr, Jan. IMJ1. LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS, miJKSOAl', .NOVEMBER 23. 1871 We. M.H4 a. a 4 , p. i , 1 n- y M gflir Bailij (Fimer. L R. ANTHONY - - - Ed. ani Pkop. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1871. U.MIAI'PY MEXICO. Our dispatches this morning tell us that formidable revolutions are again eoing on in Mexico, and another chance in the govern ment is daily expected. Tlie treasury is bankrupt, and the people are joining the revolutionist. Mexico will have peace un- der the Sun Htid Strijies and in that way enlv. Hill, II K I.St'AI'KT Now comet Charles O'Connor, attorney for the Reform party in New York, and in form! the public that the bos plunderer is likely to escape punishment, owing to a "flaw in tlie indictment." So gays the tele graph this morning. One would suppose that the best attorneys of New York could draw an indictment that would hold even Tweed. BE Ilt.UIisi in i;e it. From tbe disp...

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 November 1871

?S -rpv ?-i- A vemij gsaa-. - 1 yJ l THE LEAVENWOETH WEEKLY ' -w. ID O TX B I ! SHEET. v. iV I CABservatlv-Eat-fclla-e! by l leavensvokth, Kansas, vT$mmaAr. November 23. ia?.. D. tv. Aathowy. Jsin. . Iai. j -V'-rj TIMES , 1 1 1 mmtmamr. i ssLaaVaeSMaw. f ! gf stars-" SKH1 t 5 1 f SM K r es.- 4 fr, UKIJH Al ADDRESS -TO THE tXT O 37 -TO T-X & AND DEBILITATED, Whose auacriuga hare ls-eu ..-ntracle.i frou, tibMen Buses, aul who-e cases require titurupt trejtiuenl to nnderoststence desirable: If you are sutlcring. or hare euflered, troui Involuntary di-iu.u,es, i what e-ect does It product upon jour geu.ral health; Do you lee! weak, debilitated, easily tlrd f Iu a a little extra exertisa pro-lure ji'lu tioo ol the heart ? Ioei jou linr, or urinary or-I gana, or jour Lidneja, tmiueatlj get out ol order? your urine aemoUmea tbiclc, milk J or lloclcj, or j .uropjoo.e.t.lusr .irdowa tblcK acur. ' i tke top? Or i a acduueot at the buttoui aftr it baasto! avliile? IKi yji Ixivti plls of tb...

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 November 1871

?J$iJ "W THE IjEAENWOIKCBrWEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY; NOVEMBER23, 1871. "' ? 1 WnUtWmtn THCBSDAY, KOEMBEE 23, 1871. a skkat neru: Let no man ever again abuse New York city. A people who have elected Sedgwick aad Carta to their Superior Court over the Tammany candidate, and have given Bar ret 44,000 votat over Ledwitb, are not a people to be despised. They hare gone to the root of their evils, and put Judges on the bench by whom the bench is honored. THE rAMUE 19 PKKStA. Latest accounts from Persia intensify the horror of the famine in that unhappy country. Three years of drought and fam ine have already thinned the population greatly, and the rainy season having passed without the needed supply, a fourth year of horrors may be looked for. Meantime Rus sia is waiting at the gate, and when the country is devastated and almost depopula ted, will enter and take possession. TBOCBLC THE.V Mrs. Liermore thinks Horace Greeley is a dumb fool with his idea of locking hi daughters up in cloisters ...

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 November 1871

r , , lis? THE UEAYBSyORTH WTfrTBXY UkES.TmjKSDAY. NOMfe ' JLo t' rv.- . I A8DCOT ! Tllf Mia f- -e- v S""TWV5 lPeffB9MI y -".' 'Ji...-, '1. satisfV r MflHCAL: . , I v . .- .. 1 i .Uiir VC I . . I V "rrrH th Alianil 13nLaiT-i I . ---- t mw u y iwi'r - a - - -- . a . - . - as At .. A Urit ! OXE HXLXjIOX OJf- U.xro-txr It is on of the remarkable facts ol tbls remarke tltio, not merely tbat so many person, arethe Tlcttmeotdyspepsa or "UrUon.-,bUVUjWt Tirtlm. NowVwe would Dot te willing to tar that any one regsrd. dyspepsia with favor or dis used to nat.lt among tbe luxuries ot lite, r artrom nbg hafe eipeiiencedits torments wiiZtUA an Idea..- All davtl iUapd would elaJlv dL-nenee b " uap teji umllUriUe. Slur- Tapiev, who wan jolly under all the trying orwmetnneestn which be was (Mated, eerBad ao attack of dyspeps'. or Li. jollity oi.ld bare aueedily torsaLtn bim. Ken awl women eoiue Uwos wSer lu tortures uucoLn.l.Ialnly. tut woo verbeardofl-r.i: whecjoyed tbernf Utilthnjuiiirarroudiwisi...

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 November 1871

3s2z-s THB IJAYBaORfHHinfegE,33kBiS,.TJinB8IAY, HOTM.. a?. 1B71. r I state. , BttisfsCtOI, agree to ha Liwrcneet I M saaaasisBaBBBl i it Mcrbli) limrs 1871. zr-. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23 ANITHER WIRK OF CHARITY. The Bescn of a Texas Girl from House of El-Fame in this City, By the Agents of ihe Home for Friend less Women. On last evening we were informed that a gentleman, an officer for the Home for Friendless Women, bad received a Ictler.ad dressed to tbe ladies in charge of the institu tion, informing them that at tbe "Branch House," on Main street, near tbe ileot, there wssayoang girl from Texan, who was anxious to l rescued from the life into which she had been led by the treachery of one whom she had loved "not wielv but too weji." The letter raid that Mis had been reared in affluence, that she was an orphan, but that, trusting to tbe honor of her lover, who told her that be would wed her at St. Louis, where bis family lived, she accomta nied him aboard xhi, where lie accomplished ...

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 November 1871

,t'u VJili ,-"aV 4 THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 23. 1871, '. -a TH v T .. lit iR the' th extSf-"1 SenaJ)' favor ireCv don't we k' trajj cam. vesti weo "of iti. fight, enee. of it tral; lUil addii naC WSS railn in th total Cent! V. Mr. Mr.j the it and read wouli . Iirarx -C.fi In learn rying Th have Tli that' Th early amlfc nitior A' Leav Kaili belie r vane Th e grant throv the' not. A thatj such W not a Tl mgc , r tliec tlial wotil coul x)rK Soutl one i to bu they W prop fifty) acro auiei riI; you i It unite tore unla upp COD wiU with Soid DUX Savi T. row Cre 2 t and ton to feet s non pa ciet foil S in M 1 tf.1 C Sea ': J -I tht ask ma ter. w. th. to ate tl. rH jlJW iMUajWTW MiEXiaHBiMiiBaaHi sstim- 4tt7ii a fill In MnflClBK"'-" t a? I ! r T - 451HK!Brv - a."W W V !. we - rmmsf- - - - ------- , -r imvii T w w as r RAI.1 SNOWED IH. THURSDAY. KOVEUBKD Yestejumy ". tis day overhead ncd a auddy day under foot. The new briclc ftabe en th corner o' Seuxa ai-d Third meet...

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. — 30 November 1871

THE LEAvJENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES. CtmrnaUtr Eatakllahed by 1 I. k. Aatkvny.Jaa. !!. C5E?il tlf vTl i Y rt rt I lltl P P It 1 II ifl ! I III Eft tc SC ' - - - THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 30. 1H71. M kaiikoaw Nil fAI l r., T. .......eJiatelr after we bo.ud.t it, tisik a i-nimui III favor ot the sale ol tne Lawre ce Brain " "f ue K- ' '- lo ''"' L L.&U. K.. and ' building of a road by .... V .. u t: -nr fmmTn.,eka to Leav- IUC IV- I . ." . . n worth. W advocated this jiolicy because we thought it was the true jKilicy for the inter ests of Leavenworth, and also because our Senator. Mr. Caldwell. was understood lo favor that Iicy, awl again la-e we le- aired and deemeil if important to have bar- ... . mnn in nr eil.ria to nromoie the nro-neritv ol our city and county. We thought we were right then, and now we know we weie right. Tlie Kansas Cen tral lUilroad made tlieir proposition. They came to The Tim is first, and asked us to in vestigate the narrow gauge tKil.cy We did ao. We read everything...

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. — 30 November 1871

1J M THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: TtiXSBhujLi.. NOVEMBER 30, 1871. aUccItlg STunts THURSDAY, NOVEMBER SO, 1S71. The new Democratic coat of arms is a 'PofWJm. After the Presidential game is played, next fall, they will have to use that other animal which it isn't polite to name. Tn-Ei's bondsmen have failed to come to time, and the cx-chief is now at large on his "parole of honor 1" In the language of the hymn, slightly improved Ore-tGoJ, on what a slender thread" !Im;.all th-t'8)etof tberinj; wi-isiie of the Democracy has Ih.c.1 :e apathy ot its best men." A'anau City Timet. "The weakness of the Democracy has been" for a good while past, the only 'prin ciple' it had. coon. The Chicago Potl gives evidenceof a lively appreciation of the fitness of thing", in the following: "Carl Schurz has indicated a new jiolicy for the Democracy. It it is called the 'Pas sive' Policy. What kind of policy this is would best be described by dropping the "I" from Passive." ALEXIS A.M MIS UlARUS It see...

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. — 30 November 1871

LAaYENWORTA BBKLY TIMES TttUKSDAY, NOVEMBEE 30, 187 k. "-ft t Wt&k inus THURSDAY. XOVEMBEK30. 1871. John Kiech daughters a bear weighing five liiindred jiounds, for Thanksgiving. a D. Kinnear A Son have shipped thirty carload oi varimi kind of mean to South ern Kansas within the part week. " The Major's Thanksgiving Proclamation has been issued. The pric of turkey are $2.50 per jair. The Kansas .voutheni Narrow Gauge Koad bcrins 'o attract attention. TLe day of voting is near at h?nd, it being the 4th of December. a The Atchieon t Nebraska Railroad ia about to commence putting up a telegraph line along it route. fMitrintendent Firth is rapidly making the A. & X. a first dam road in all respect. The former Attorney-General for Kan Ran, the Hon. deorge Hoyt, lias been elebted to the Legislature in tlie State of Maachn selt. TliEononE Tiltos recently rtmarked that it a more difficult to eradicate iolv gamy in nocieiy in other portions of this county than in L'lali. Quile right,...

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. — 30 November 1871

THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURRSDAY, NOVEMBER'30, 1871. j . a, a, 1 .' t . ,1.1.. .,,T 7 ... , I a l-iiimii ,11 i I III lii - W l I V j o n i L lisDA Y, NOVEMBER 30, 1871. THE FRl'ir TBADC rpi f nlleam of Tot or our Larfnl E portlnic IIiidho. Kan-ms fruit is renowned through the length and breadth of tre land, and.the de mand for-Kanna apple?, pear?, teaches and berriei far euqiaswa the supply. Thousands of barrels of apple?, and crates of 'strawber ries and blackberries, boxes of peaches and pears, have been shipped Irom this market to other cities, principally to the Weft, and the demand has come in from dealers to our wholesale houses here jut as far distant as the fruit would bear transportation. On yesterday at Mr Farrell's store, he in formed us that he had ehiptied between 8,000 and 11,000 barrels of apples, and other fruits in proportion since September, principally to Southern Kan-a., Colorado and the West; that besides Iiii jiacking-home here, he has had three stations...

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 December 1871

THE LEAVENWOKTH WEEKLY TIMES. - JT LEAVENAVORTJi, KANSAS,. xHUKSDAY, DECEMBER 7, lriTl ii.rll'i:labllln-MJ'). I. .. ViUlioiij.Jnit. IMil.J TlBMEtakltak4 IS3T. Val. 2e.HtK 41 fir L. h 1 f I K v H i TtM Met kin jfr'imts uibRSWAY, DKCKMRER 7, 1S7I. s':i:ri!iN. r.w. Tlif iicwt-i "wrinkle" in the way of pub lic t-iiUTt-m.iuejiM is that adverti-ed ill the Ut ir.u.t.1 tt.- U.weg.. AVyuto a "Ladies .- a .1 - I -. . K-.il K.md t-.-i.vai.- me ji-t ..on t - but w- presume every I .ay is .xpecttdtoj come with her own train anil attw.l her mwn switche-. ii..k;.m:i Tne St, JyMi" Jlepullican, of Sunday morning Hit, makes the aniiouiiceinent that (vol. Thomas McKLssOt-k, General Superin tendent of the ' isoiiri Pacific Railroad, has resigned his position, and it is understood the resignation will be accepted at the next meeting of the directory of that Company. II A It It IO I'l.lilM. The Krcdoiiis Journal iimii i- getting to particular He didn't give thank- last Thur-day bcom-e lie hadn't anything...

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 December 1871

THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY limjsa THURSDAY. DECEMBER 7. L r t i h j . V U 1 1 Wulh imcs THURSDAY. DECEMBER 1S71. WILL. TELL.. When the Kansas Central wa first spoken fU was churned that Tom Scott was inter ested in it as a stockholder, or in some man ner. Will either of the Leavenworth paper tell cs how it is now? Lawrence Standard. Thos. A. Scott, the great Railroad King, sod hi friend Matthew Baird and John McMannu own one-third interest in the Kanau Central. Scott Is the railroad man of America. Baird is the greatest car and locomotive builder in America, and McMan nus is one of the largest iron manufacture in the United State?. Are you answered and are you satisfied? IWLMi'CI HOOK. The Republicans of Kew York have been threatened with the publication ol a remark Able book which Tweed Li raid to have kept of his purchase o! votes in the New York Legislature. But Bob Tweed emphatically denies that he has any puch book, and Kays: "That ruiuor, like a thousand others in cir culation, U ...

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 December 1871

TAVSSNWORTHJW a-- KV - B r. t J L' 1 a""- 1 - a. t whk. tare. cifiedS pee la toeoauBa pose. Itt Mat of the t. tirolcefelu pines Doioble Sh.-et. THURSDAY. DECEMBEK 7, 1371. Afternoon Jttvport. The Desecration of Gen. Caatanon'a Grave. No Correspondence Between MlnlttBT Roberts and Secretary Fish. Report of the Secretary of War. New Yobs. D-c 4. Ilavjina letter of the 2tS.j give details of tlie truubie there, and Hie execution of the eight stutlents, sliuwini; that the only denecr-lion of the grave otCatanon con-i-'te'i of breaking the glass cases covering the niche of the tomh, and sulfliiulinz wreath of garlics instead ot itutnortrlles. At the court marital tlieCliaj lain -Uted that it was only sttiiltnl's f.olic and did not deserve revere sentences lint the clamor of ihe voliinteeiH overruled everything else, and right weie condemned to death; eleVeti sentene.d to nix jear in the chain Ran.;; nineteen to four jears in the same gang; four to six monlliiprisoret, and "two ere liberai...

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. — 7 December 1871

Y.TfE&TrStTRSDAr, ukCEMBER . 1871. "V fjyMI l .Til ilTRTAEaGBTH Thi Ml SKmMe imw ;Doihl Sheet; UiLHSDAYrDECEMBEH 7,1871. THE TOTE. The vole yesterday on the Leavenworth & Southern Kaneas Railroad proposition in the city wa2,232, about one thousand lets than a full vote. There was a majority of 400 against the proposition. We predicted thi result. The people believe in the im portance of this road, and il a new proposi tion ii made in conformity to the well known wishes of the majority of our people it will be adop'ed almnt without opposition The Tote in the county will undoubtedly largely increase the majority against the proposition. PKEalUOT'li 1CMAGE. The third annual message of President Grant was read in Congress at noon yester day, and is presented to the readers of The Times in fnll this morning. The message basins with the usual and formal vote of thank to Providence for whatever there may be in the history of the past year to be thank ful for. The President then ref...

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