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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 15 February 1872

jm-IJWJgWlJ-ll IB..J' -ijgjWBI THE LEAVENWORTH vEEKLY TIMES. 1 ?;?-- : LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1872. Cow crTUTbItaIiI by O. K.AntboD7,Jaa.ISCl.f Ylan EstaftUsusjCts 1S37. Vol.37. IM 7. m -1'iM-a Wttl& gUttiws THURSDAY, FEBUBABY13 1872. ' ' KEPUBLf CAS STATE CONVENTION. TlieBepuUIcan State Coavccllon, lor Uie elec tion of ten delegates and tea alternates fron the Stala of Kansas to the National Eepabllcan Con riatlon, to be held In Philadelphia In Juj next, will meat In Lasrreoca, on TreJncsday, February 21, ln, at 2 o'clock, p. m. Each Etpresentative District In the State will cl'ct two delegates and two altercates. The election ofdelegstts In the district! will Le held en Saturday, the lltb day of February, It Is recommended tbit no proxies be admitted to the Conrention. The Itepublieaus of Canni areearnci'Iy req nested to tend their ablest, truest and best representative men as delegates to the Conrentlon, to the end that it may express the convictions and ...

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. — 15 February 1872

fyyfi i-1 n:r!Jljl.WiigiLirwaiJi m2r&twf-m.i4f!Grm, ?-fM'rf'-T' ! m.ifi f-nc THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES; THURSDAY FEBRUARY 15 1872. ." i J,ll.Uj HiTjiiaDAl, FEBRUARY 13 1872. Mrs. Victoria C. Wcodutsx has with drawn fa the S!d is a Presidential candi date. Her friends arc expected to concen trate their labor on George Trar,crt Trainer Dmoth:e IS A BAD riX. The condition of the )2e!icrs on the Ln lon Pacific road, whcare "snowed in" on the plains, is becoming eeriou-. It 1 said that the Iaet storai last Suuday and Monday was the most severe of tic season, and that the chance of getting the trains trocgh at all, b-rias to look hoptlcs". Provisions are alio getting scarte, and, altogether, the situation is becoming, for the passengers, not only uoaoionoui. bat decidedly uncomfortable. xasbv uo.m: run. A Mr. Parker, of Ne Jlamp.hlie, stood up in the United .Stales Uouse c! Repri-cc-Utivcs tbe other day, and declared that the Dimocrat Party has been the particular and osp'cial cham...

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. — 15 February 1872

PJgU 1 THE LBAVByWORTH WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY. xjlWAKY, 15 1872. fa M WttUi im.es TUUBSDAY. KEBURaRY 15 1872. Judge D. J. BftBWKR baa been slscted on of the Board oi Trustee of the North western Mutual Life Insurance Cooipanj, of Milwaukee. TEARLT all the experienced rirer men anticipate very high water in the Missouri the coming ipring. There maj be wet timet orer in Slab.own. Somebody write to the Kew York Ledger for information aa to the correct way of palling "carat." Eatherterere cu Webster and Worcester. Gsjr. CCTEtt ;ia called on by the Turf, FUld and Farm to settle a Tx-d question, and relieve the public mind by aLnouncing the exact number of lufljlo slain by the Grand Duke. II on. S. S. Coorra, of Okaloosa, informs Ha that the interest uianifoted in the Leaven worth and Topeka Railroad by the jisople of Jeoeraon, u both earnest and anxious, and that they are desirous that our people shall afford them an early opjiortunity to co-oper- ata in the enterprise Glorious, genial s...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 15 February 1872

Jl U.J Jg'.Mll Wlflft-fT j- f y 'g.ne- THE IiEAVENVOBTH WEEKLY Ti; HURSD4.Y tfEBBLTAEY 15 i872. U I I ,rv V , J I .7 5 " i.i ' ; p. 1 1 SSttklg imr.s TllBUSDAY, FEBKUA11Y 15 1S72. RELIQIOUS. By oar Special Eepcrtcr. Saturday Morning, Feb. 10. The scripture lesson for the morning was read from the 4th chapter of the 2d book of Kings Elislia's answer to the widows peti tion for oil. Kev. J. J. Thompson reported the coin lnenceruuit of meetings in Lawrence, and the earnest iirsccrs there for the ontpemirg of ths Wakings of the Lord in their city. Prayers were offered up for Lawrence. Some letters of interest and beauty were -read. We give some in full, omitting the name?, to how the trutfnir.e and finrritr of tho'c lately converted. Leavenworth, Kansas. Dkxr Me. IIaijiiciND: 'When first you came here 1 did not care to come out to your meetings, and I went, 1 am afraid, just to hear the etorics that you told, but then the Lord, after I began to hear youFjiealt, sent it all home to me wh...

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. — 29 February 1872

THE LEAVENWORTH vEEKLY TIMES. LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY -.9, 1872. ConprTnllTElnbllhelty) I. h.Aalbonx.Jna. 1861. J 'Issue- Ef ftbUk4 1357. ( YoI.-t. no: .. tSctltlg inws THURSDAY, FEBURARY 29 1S72. j THE !VESriCATIOX. A dispatch from Wa.-hing.en this morn' iiic says. "The report of the Kansas Legis lature, invoking Senator Caldwell's election in brilry and corruption, orca'.cs quite a ;nce tj.e jay 0f j. election, the air has sensation here. The moment the record ar- j xxa rui 0r -amors of bribery and corrnp rives, if r.ot before, an investigation will be t;0I)i practiced 1 y him and his friendi, but ordered in his onse, the same .. in the case aij these stories have hitherto been discred of Clayton. If the Senate decides that the ' :tBj i, xe people of this city, and by a very election of these Senators wa illegal, a ma- I jar2e proportion of the people of the State, jority vote will be sufficient to unseat them, ' They were believed to be vicious emanations as it do...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 29 February 1872

r V THE TJEAVESTWORTH WEEKLY TSMJfiS THtTfiSPj-tY JFJTOit1Lr.i&Y 29 1872. iSBMltlfi Smwm iL THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25 lS7i THE BEPCKI.I'JS STATX COXVEJf TlOX. Tiie Convention was one of tie largest ever held in the State. One hundred and eighty-nine de!egatere present, and an immense lobby. There met have been over one hundred candidates for delegates to Philadelphia. The Convention was very barmonioui, although at tirce there was grat confusion. One noticeable feature iu tbcaction of the Convention was the ignoring of the promi nent men of the State in the f election of dele gates. They forgot that Col. W. AThill'iis, Old. Henry Kinj, Thaddeu3 II. "Walker, Gov, Chas. Robinson, I. h". Kalloch, Col. Sells, G.A.Crawford, and other able men lived in Kansas. '.VUTIII.Mi BLT WOKJIh." The follow ing resolution was unanimously adopted by the Republican Convention: JiaahiJ, That we hereby denounce any man in public life who will dare to employ any corrupt means in politics, and we, the Repu...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 29 February 1872

THE IJiATBOBTHJsiuyiitES, THUKSPAY. FEBRUARY, 29 1872. .. Wnlhi .ms; THURSDAY, 1T.BUIUKY 29 1ST: FIRE Ths Erevoort House and ttra Otlier Buildings BunvJ. Dilapidation Dismally Dismantled. Coal Oil ana Cottonwood as Combusti bles. l.nil Wednesday evening ws tho-en as the proper time liy oiae experienced incendiary-to burn up tie tlavic pile of pine and plas'er known as the Brevoort Hou'c, "outbwest coiner of Seneca and Main street. A ten gallon can of some conibti5tib!e ll'juid, probably coal oil, with fhavinga m inviting proximity, vrai placed near the old cooking range, en the wort pide .f the buildin?, and soon the iUmcs thot up, the bells founded the alarm and thousand" of people rushed to the f-cene. At first there Hxmd little danger that the IItjucs v.ould attain sufficient head way to rcsjt the ifTorkf of the Tire Dejiart mnt, 23 tbtre was no wind. A fen buckets of water would have put out the fire, five minutes after it started ; but before water could be poi, the whole west ...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 29 February 1872

THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES THURSDAY FEBRUARY 29 1872. Mi Mlnh nrcs i TIlLKSDAY, ITBRUAKY 20 187 The zirl val cf cverr train loads the omni i,a? as full as they -will hold", acd all the hotels appear to 1 doing a bri-k Inninesi. We Lear from many directions that wheat that was sown hroadcan ii generally winter killed, while that put in by drill look? finely. All the men that can be obtained will be put at work on the Kansas Central Ecsd as soon as fprins fairly opens and the weather becomes settled. 1 HE proprietors of the carpet lactory arc proposing to add ruch machinery to their eitablihmnt a? will enable them to manu facture yarn, ictcad of getting it from the Kvt. Tni: city is filled with t-tracgers, from the I j.t, who arc at this early t-criod of the opening icaion, en their way to the West, looking for new and more lucrative b-ainess localioE. Jin'. Catherine Bctixe, mother of lier. Tather Lutler, of thi- city, died at Dublin, Ireland, on the COih ult. Father Uutlcr will re...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 14 March 1872

p. tf;fc . T" J?'.'1 -eg y THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES. '( LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 1872. Time EatabllahllS37. Vol.tlT. Sot 11 . ConMrrtlTEstabltokidIir) D. B. AuUoj-, Jaw. 1861. j WtMi SHirncs TliTJESDAY, MAKCH H 1S72. I'lVE BLSIIEU.. Samuel J. Tilden stated in court yesterday, so the telegraph says, that lie had "five bmhcls of testimony against Tweed." EXAGGEBATCO. The report given by telegraph a few days ago of Mre. Stowe being serioH Jy and per haps fatally injured by a fall, proves to hare been greatly exagerated, and the lady lias al ready fully recovered. r. fir the "itrnTKn" coJti'A- The receiver cf the North American Fire Insurance Company, (one of the companies bankrupted by tLe Chicago fire) advertises to pay forty cents on the dollar, of the lia bilities of the Company. com: ovf.i:. J. K. Hallowell, editor of the Baxter Spings Sentinel, and a member of the Kansas Bepublican State Central Committee, has joined the Literal Republican?, and signs a call fo...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 14 March 1872

THE IiEAVBNWORTH WEEKLY TIMES THURSDAY MAfiOH 14 1872. r . :ti t Wnh 8fts THURSDAY, MARCH 7 187i tiLADSTOrt UTITEK- The Cleveland Herald thicks if the letter purporting to have been written by Minister Gladstone to the press, explaining his speech on the Treaty of Washington, is genuine, the confidence of the public in his ability as a man of letters will be redely shaken. A more hopeless groping amid a muddle of worth has rarely been exhibited. The Eng lish Premier was as badly demoralized in the endeavor to express his meaning, as " Lord Dundreary" in hi most idiotic moment;. inc cvniMicx iss e hasii miiki:. The jiolitical atmosphere in New Hamp shire is getting to le deciJedly warm both parties are putting forth their best efforts, and the result begins to loot exceedingly doubt ful. Neither jarty expresses confidence in achieving success. The unexpected victory won by the Democracy last spring nerves them to unusual effort?, whilsUhc Republi cans ar sparing r.o exertion to resto...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 14 March 1872

JgJ A, ' -lii-JLU'ajg THE IiBAVENWOBTH WEEKLY TIMES, THTJKSDAY. MARCH, 14 1872. mt&h ft T11CBSDAY, MARCH 14 1S72. The work on the grade to the bridge is progreming finely, and will be completed by the first of April. TlTE C, R. I. & P. R. B. is bringing in immense quantities of freight for onr mer chants. FBnairxs to Lawrence are now eight centi per hundred, against twetr-fivc cents two years ago. A iiot reduction. m Hcst and Marshall, who escaped from the Penitentiary, sometime air.ee, and who wert captured in ew Orleans, returned to their old quarters, yesterday. m The Abilene Chronicle comes out with a card signed by a large number of the best citizens of Dickinson County, stating that they don't want any more Texas cattle in theirs. - The Narrow Gauge trains tuaVe i-tveral trips erery day from the Levee, np to the nd of the track. They get around about their business as lively as pome full prown railroad. A MuiSOUUl gentleman vtlio owned too many of his neighbor's hoiocs...

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. — 14 March 1872

IIMIlllJllatssaJIJ, THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES THURSDAY MARCH 14 1872. 15 t I Biulxh Uniitcs THUIiSDAY. MAKCH 14 1872. RAILROAD CELEBRITIES. A Combination of Interests. Oar city is at i-rcsent favored by tlieprea eucecf acumler of railroad celebrities, who bave met liere ior the purpose of forming a combination", ibe object of which is to make arrangements as f hall not only be conducive totbeironn interests, but the interests of 1-tavenwoith, The party con;Uts of Hugh Kiddle, General Superintendant of the Chi cago, Kock Island & Pacific Kiilraad; G. F. AValker, AsL Snp't; E. II. Johnon, Chief Engineer; A. A. Tallmagc, Gen. Suncrin teudant of the Missouri 1'aciGc Itailroad and E. .S. Bon en, Genera! Superintendant of tl.e Kansas Pacific liiilroad. The object of this meeting of the officers of the principal roads centering in Leaven worth, is, we are informed, fcr the purpose r.f entering into a joint arrangement ior the erection of depot?, co as to facilitate the transportatio...

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. — 21 March 1872

THE LEAVENWORTlt WEEKLY TIMES N ConwrrtlTeEllllUirdbj-i I..R. Anthony, Jan. 101. J LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, AfARCH 21, 1672. Tlmrs lNt;.lilfatsCllS37. Sc: IS. mukh s THURSDAY, MARCH 21 1872. The telegraph says that M. Sumner it besieged with visitors anxious to know where is "going" in the next campaign. He simply says he Li "fcrninst" Grant. I EJTEBJ1 TERaMJTCK OFTHE CMOS PACIFIC KAILROAD. It is to be presumed that our neighbors up the river, will now hare peace. They hare been at war for a few years put over the term inus cf the U. P. road, but present appearances seem to indicate that the much Texed ques tion is fettled. Oar readers are doubtless an familiar with the general character of this fight, and the following dispatch from Wash ington will show the the latest phase of the matter. This is supposed to be a final settle- mont rtf tlf(iIlPfition: st-l fl . Arihd-- "nliiA BRIDGE ASD SIXKISG IT35D TAX. Decisiou of Ibe Snpnme Conrf or Hann. i HVarr l. Smith ctal. vs. the B...

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. — 21 March 1872

THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMJBS THURSDAY MARCH 21 1872. !f iicueciiti) 0imcs THURSDAY, MARCH 21 1S72. This is the day cf "revivals." The St Louis Dcnocrct chronicle the revival of "Eeno." The Chicago -fist J3 lhe nomination of Judge Davis U universally popular with the DemocraU,tbe raost of them thinking it's old Jefl. Chicago is still ahead. An enterprising thief in that city, a few nights ago, stole the small-pox. He found it in a rait of clothing in an out-house. The compositors of the SL Louis Joitrnal Commerce, had an "unpleasantness wim tht proprietors, last week, and all quit work. The result is, the paper is now "set up" ex clusively by girls. A .U!it OA. The great railroad bridge at Council Bluffs was successfully trsted, and formally opened yesterday. This supplies the last link in the iron band -frting the continent and uniting the Atlantic with the Pacific, making an un broken line of rail four thousand wiles long THE 1. Alton KKFOKXCR.S. The Labor Reform folks seem to be ...

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. — 21 March 1872

IMI '.W THE IiEAYKNWOBTH WSBKLY TIMES, THJJKSDAY. MAKOU, 21 1872. I It mi&h Wmw TllCKSD.VY, MARCH 21 187i The follnwinjj is a list of officers elected a the annual meeting of the directors of the Missouri allev Life Insurance Company, held at tLe home ofHce of the Company in Leavenworth, March 13:b: President, H. D. M-ckav; Vice President, D. M. Swan; Secretary, Geo. A. Moore; Ami. Secretary, J. I. Jones; Treasurer, II. I Xewman; Medical Director, a A. Logan; Attorney, T. A. Hurd; Executive Committee, VT. G. Coffin, Harvey Edgerton, Stewart Hasting; Finance Committee, T. A. Hard, E. li. Al een, John A. Halderman. - m The following notice of one of our Leav enworth young la-its is going the rounds of the eastern press, Miss Bell is well known here, and her many friendi will be glad to learn of her c The Boston correi'nondent of the Spring field Jlcpulhcan csys: "Truly artistic per formers upon the violin are not common among ladie?, hut a star of this magnitude is beginning to sh...

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. — 21 March 1872

1KB LEA yENWOKTH. WBEKXY TIMESvlliiiA.AJjavilvl?a72. J mttUjt 8ta -I TJiCBSDAY, SIAECII21 IS"- The track ar-rces the Leavenworth, Lavr- tence & Galveston Railroad Bridge, at Law- rencc, ia corapicteti. . m The garae that has been going on between winter and spring U getting exciting. Sun day, spring drew a full hand f of wind), and winter has not yet been able to "riiit." We hope spring will win. Information Wanted. Information is wanted of the whereabouts of P. T. Ilusser, who when last heard from was living on a ranche about five railes from Leavenworth, Kansas. He is a Canadian by birth, has worccd EOiae at the rnting busi ness and ii about 22 years old. Hi mother, whose address is Mrs. James Haey, Cleve land, Ohio, is very sniicns to hear of him, and asks wtetcrn papers to insert this notice in the came of charity. - Ten-ilc C Vlnflin. At the Academy of Music, on the 29th of thi? month, Tennie C. Claflin will make her . Jclul on the rostrum upon the subject of "The Ethics of...

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. — 28 March 1872

se WEEKLY TIMES. THE LEAVENWOETH 5SS J!e i ConoervaU vsasstanllsAeeTby I I. R.Anllieay,Jna.InnLf LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS, TH7CJRSDAY, MARCH 28. 1872. riianitoairTTT al.37, IB WtMi imrs THURSDAY, MARCH 23 1S72 IB RAILBOABa. Slowly, butsurely, Leavenworth has grown from a "way aUtion," and an out-of-the-way point, inaccessible from alnicst everywhere, until now she is the focarpoint of one of the moot magnificent railway systems in the west. THE KAXSAS TACIFIC which has heretofore nominally had a con nection with Leavenworth, is now making arrangements bv which this city will be made not only a point on that road ti fad, but the jxint the initial point of the main line. By this arrangement we shall have improved facilities for reaching cur trade in the west, and will hare direct communication, by through traini, with Denver, and with all roada making connections with the Kansas Pacific THE SIIiSOCEI rACinc. gives us a direct line to St. Louis on this aide of the river. It is an old and st...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 28 March 1872

THE IiEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TmiK TifCTRSDA Y MACH 28 1872. wkla Shhuh THURSDAY, MARCH 23 187 Oi JohnBfowii wJ, JH'a might K thing foe a mn to do all he cm." The name of B. Blakely, instead cf "Pet Company," now appear at the Lead cf the columns of the Chicago Pull The telegraph says Mr. Soinnef is Lard st work preparing what is to be his great speech, on the administration. It will un doubtedly ba an able effort. Senator BcowNLOTf says that cf the (55,000 white and 45,000 colored Republican voter of Tenneetee, there are not 590 who ere net for General Grant, Crtt, last, and all the time. Tur Canadian GoTcmmcnt find much difficulty in recruiting the ranks of its army, aid ii about to to resort to a draft. This will give the skcddadlera of 'Ci a fSr't-rate opportunity to come home again. In view ot the fact that comic-religious items are now all the rage, the Chicago Pott thus idylizes the familiar Bible story abort Jacob's favorite son. Little J-est, Cusrl h.j pa inocl jiitl For b dln't ...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 28 March 1872

THE LEAVBNWOBTH WEEKLY TIMESITOURSDAY, MAfiOH, 28 1872. y t f bi" ., 79 I (ill tlMJJ, HrrfI TilLltSDAY, MAI1CII 28 1S72. 1 i The old building at Foit Scott known as the "Government Barracks" has gone where tbe woodbine tt-ineth. Too much caloric was tLc cau e. Teack laying on tbe Narrow Gicge Kail road still continues, and tbe wort is being poshed vigorously forward. The grading party is beyond Easton. a - - The Kansas City, St. Joe. A Council Bluffs Eailroad, is bringing in piles of freight vryday. Second j-tre;t is lined with the transfer wagons of thu Company from morn ing till night. The earnings of the fU Louis, Kansas City &'ortbernKailway (late Xorth Mis sorjri) for tire firrt week of March were: 1872, $62,582; 1871, $45,000; increase, $10,082, ot'.'A percent. The earning of ILe 1'aciGc Railroad of Missouri for tl.e year tnding February 20 were: 1672, $3,028,944; 1671; 53,101,191; iticmwyg 137,753, or abont 4 per cent. The gross earnings are M ths rlef atout $10, 000 per ...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 28 March 1872

;-. i.jj,- aiiU"?' "sTT. ES iULii UCAVNWOftTH WBBKLY TIMES, THUBSDA aiA&dk&S 1872. m i . ,' W, llerhltt aJimw ua THURSDAY, MARCH 23 1S72. BRIDGE CELEBRATION. HetinE of ths Committee. The Committee en the hriJge celebration met at tlie Ittricl Court room jiurauant lo ndjGiiinmetit. Col. I. It. Anthony was callel to the Chair, and Frtd Lcckly appointee! Sre tiry. The Chairman cjlle-1 far the report of the Commiltee. A. M. Clark a-5vl fir information as to what time the celebration would be likely to ciiue oM. Judge Alltr ftate.1 that Mr. Boyington had s-surcd him tbat the bridge would be rcaiiy fur the construction train hy the first of April, hut he did not think the road would he completed l-efore the tenth, if then. He then stated that he hod made an estimate of v.'liat the celebration would probably cost, uhich, byreiuet,waj read. In his remark 0:1 the subject, he gave it as hi opinion that it was unnecajiry to expend large sums of money for tins purpose; that, by a Email ...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
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