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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 25 April 1872

ii" jiw.j-i'si isnr- THE LEAVEtrwrbfiTH WEEfeLY TTMKS XJ4TJBSDA.Y AVBIL 25, 1872. SHwlItt inus TllLKSDAY, A1T.IL25, 1872. KANSAS CENTRAL TROUBLE. Sheriff and Anted Hen Visit the Camps. The Distcrbanca Quelled Fourteen Men Arrested. Tor several (lav- jut there Las been a great deal of confusion, ai.d some demonstrations of a fiericua nature, by the men emploved in grading the Kan-as Central Hallway ten mile3 west of here. The iiilurcof Hail to perform hi contract has deprived many of the work men of their earning; hence, there U a great dent of had feeling among them. The company oflera to y the men everything doe Hall, as eoon as the estimates are made, and to advance the wages from $1.75 to $2.00 per day, as demanded; hut the men rrfi:?cto accept the offer, and for two cr three da vsbr threaU of violence deterred other eniriloyces from working on the grade, and expressed a determination to mist any forrv.that slionld be sent to arreft them. Fliday Sheriff Leonard, accompanied byCha...

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. — 25 April 1872

l THE IiBAVJBNWORTfl WEEKLY TEHES, iijukSI)AY, APRIL 2Ck 1872, Mtttttjr inm THUESDAY. APRIL 25. 1872. ANSTHEI SBICIIE. Wall.Kaow. Citizen Cats His Throat, tad is Expected to Die. Icdccta Connected with fortune. the His- Yesterdsv- afternoon about 3 o'clock, Eu- eiaiph Wegener, who keeps s produce and provision store on Pawnee street between Second and Third streets, cat his throat with nztr, inflicting wottnrh teat will prolmMj caaie hii death. Oar reporter visited the unfortunate man about 11 o'clock last sight and faced hie: rtill alive bat in a Terr precarious situation. From a conversation with Sirs. Wegener the following detaiia were gathered: Fcr acme month Mr. Wegener has beet) abject to delenons attacks, and the impres sion that some one from the Fort is. coming to kiil hirs fixes itself upon his mind. Yea te rdv Mrs. W. noted a singular behavior en the part of her htuband; and detected an anatursl expression of his ere, and a rest Icia deposition, together with apparent tae...

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. — 2 May 1872

THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES. f..rUEitoWlrtlfcr) I. m. ABtkoar, Jsus. 1MLJ IiEAVENWORTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MAY 2, 1872. Tluirs Evlnbllskvd 1SS7. I Vol.37. So-1 j t w I' ,1 titccWffi inws THUBSDAY, MAY 2, 1872. TOIL FHB " Under the above caption, tbe New York 7nlune 14 publishing a series of article which are making a lively sensation in the metropolis. It goes for the butchers with a sharp stick, and expose the inferior and dangerous character of much of the meat sold and consumed in the city. A little stir ring up of this kind doe no harm in any community. TUt: IKAM1IMJ PRIVILEGE The New York Trilninc may be a little wild on Cincinnati, but it is eminently sane when it says "We believe in the abolition of 1 lie I'ranhing Privilege. That is to Bay, we would make everything tLat passes through the inails pay fairly for its trans mission. We would have a Member of Con gress pay jiostage exactly as the Queen of England and her Prime Minister now pay. One good result of this would be a ...

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. — 2 May 1872

THE UCAVKNWOJRTH WEBKLT TIMES, xtiuKSDAY, MAY 23 1872. R Wttkh ftimw. T11UHSDAY, MAY 2, 1S7 "The wind bloweth where it listetb," and it "luteth" all atoned about in this s"C lion of the nioial vineyard"" pevertly. And tie rest of U3 have to 'Viand the draft." The Ciccinnatti T,-a (aJministration) ,j,b Jeff Davis will attend the Cincinnati Con-.iaior, icd go for his friend GrceW on the one-terra principle. The 1'iwidect has sent lo the Senate the name of Elhha 1'. Terry, to be Governor of Wa-hington Territory. That's a killing frot to Lecate'e last lincering hope. The chair in which John Adams sat when he igned the Declaration of Indejvendcnce, has len taken to Cincinnati, and will be occupied by the President of t-c Liberal Convention. An overpricing newppapir ian intervicd old Ben. A adc, the i 'it day on the politi situation. The old wzr-hrsi expressed his opinion of matters and tiling? in terms not very elegant, but characteristic and to the point, at" follows: "Hell's to pay all...

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. — 2 May 1872

THE USAVBNWOETH WEEKLY TIMES TJfUKSDA MAY 2, 1872. i r WttUu wt THURSDAY. MAY 2, 1872. The amount of freight daily shipped from Leavenworth to points on the Kansas Pacific llaiLro-d is a-'.oni-hing. The clcrfcs at the freight !epot are overwhelmed with wort, and all the ejtracars have been brought into wrvicc to supply the demand of shippers. The tnajoritv for the bonds given by Oj- k-loosi Township for the L, O. & T. K. K. Wis about IS5. There were only twelve votes against the aid. Thefe townships will vol early in May, and tbe indications are that they will roll up substantial majorities for the road. - IIRE AT KIT CABSOS. t.oirnimrnt WnrrkonM Bl'yel. Intelligence received het evening from Kit Carson, on the Kansas Pacific, repre sents that the Government Warehouse at that place, together with all its content were de stroyed by fire yesterday forenoon. Dis patcher were sent to Fort Leavenworth, re questing fuppliei to be forwarded at once. The total lo's by the fire was cot a...

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. — 2 May 1872

:SE THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES, 04a1MkY'2l87Sf -ill a.. -ft Trsnc tSHffhlB tfimts IHLISDAY, MAY -, 1872. Tltc 3Iiionrl Vnlley tile uuruce Ccmpnuy. Few, if any, life insurance companies kave betn more successful or are mere jxipular with the iicople than our own life insurance company the Missouri Valley. We ob serve tiiat the company lias jntt organized a department at St. Joseph, Missouri, com jio:td of some of the Lest men in North Missouri. We pubiMi a few extracts from the Pi. Joseph Herald, of the proceedings had st the organization of this department. Weart informed by one of the officers of the coiujdny that the St. Joseph IWard repre sents aliout $C00,O0O of insurance: WitLKEAE, The natural geographical pwi lionuf ?:. Joseph, Mo., ii now awakening in the minds of all, jujt expectations of her future destiny, rvLiclt will justly tntitle her to be Myicu Hie great commercial emporium of the NorthweM; and that her citizens may )it itj fruition tin- grandeur and importance tl.e...

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. — 9 May 1872

WEEKLY TIMES. r LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MAY 9, 1872. 'I llllm INt.itjIMnril 1S57 ii.ar. ato iu i . at. Aatfeeav, Jam. jmL THE LEAVENWORTH ! K ( ? ft r Wtm pms THDBSDAY, MAY 9, 1872. FotSFresident, ULYSSES 8. GRANT. On the 28th of March, l&CC, we edited, as ve cow do, a daily newspaper in the raty of Leavenworth. We nixed the name of U. S. Grant at the head of our columns and kept his came standing there for two and one-half years, until he was elected Presi dent We were induced to raise Jiia name because of our conrictunu that .Grant had Iteen instrumental in -suppressing the rebel lion. Whib he had not been a radical man, he had ittrsistently and unflinchingly prose cuted the warfor the preservation of the Union, and had never taken the back track from any advanced portion. We felt he wai the man for the lime. He waa elected, and his administration has-been satisfactory to the friends of the Union We hare not been f ausfied with the policy of the Administration on the fi...

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. — 9 May 1872

ar ? 1 THE IiEAVENWORTH WBEKLY TIMJfiS TinJESDAY M 9, 1872. v .1 t T irs fulfiiilg. is THURSDAY. MAY 3, JS72. UI1EEAL P.rPUBLIOAK NOMINA TIONS. Thai unparalleled rapacity which has been the di'tingn'-iing charaC.eri-tic of every motion thu far msde b; the adroit roanipu Istnrs of he Liberal Movement," culmin ate! ul Cincinnati yesterday in the r.ornina tion of the F.-C'Sdeslis! ticket which we print boTc, i-Km a pUifcrni designed to be equally acceptable to all classes and all sections. Tor any man lo ray that the ticket is not a strong one, anil vsiil not inakc a formidable race, would be simply to advertise his own inorauce of American rta'.ejracn and Ameri can politics. However much we may regrtl the oeca'ion which has Lroughl the ticket forth; bo-vcrcr much we may desire to aid the present administration in ita steady and or.ward march to well deserve.! victo ry however loath we may be to recognize ticfacilliatoKingtoan extraordinary and u'iprccidcnted concatenation of untoward ...

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. — 9 May 1872

ss: f-', s J- i X. THE UCA VJBN WORTH WKSKLY TIMES, XHU.KSDAY, MAT 9, 1872 BmMj $" TfiDBSDAY, MAY 3, 1872. NEW RAIL tAI CIMECTIHS EAST. The Immense Eastern Travel Diverted From its Oaanael, The Kansas Pacific to be the Great Thoroughfare Between the Atlantic and Pacific. (Frun the Topcka CuauaoBweallti, Hay lit. We hare reliable information that two Dew railroad connections have been Bade at Leavenworth villi tbe Kansas Pacific nil road, that will throw the tide of travel and tranpporution from the Union Pacific nil road, which crosses the Missouri river at Council lilulk, Iowa, over to the ?"" Pacific road. Tbe first of these is the Leav enworth, Burlington and Chicago road, and is a direct line through to Chicago Tia St. Joeejiti, Missouri, sml Burlington, Iowa. This rosd ynpe through the finest portions of Iowa and northern Missouri. The second line ia the Leavenworth, St. Joseph & Council Blufls railroad. This road connects at St. Joseph, Missouri, with the Hannibal & St...

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 May 1872

bseM THE LEAVENWORTH WEEBXY TIMUJS XJfURSDAi MAY 0, 1872. . TT!?3Tv7 r I ,.: jlz Wttl&t "es f-THCJKDAY, MAY 1, 1S72. THE COURT HOUSE. Meeting of the County Board and Bar Committee, Instructions to Advertise For Plana. The VicLsl-uig Herald vs that on the sft, on Champion m u-x"."ei -... trie rebel Gen. .Tilghman was shot dead at the head of Ii. troop', stood a peach tree, the learrsand f'uU of wh'cl' CTer aft,rwar33 werr of a Mood-red color. TJie tree was tran'plantctl toadittant orchard, tat still ictains its peculiarity. A similar tint pre vaJe the leave and felons taken from it. lite western Ileraltl. 'JTie W'eJern JiVaMwill lie issued at Doni phan City, Kana, on the lfilh of the pres ent month, and ceeLly thereafter. Tho?e who want a rood, lively, and reliable iicwvinir, Liberal in politic?, can leave their namea al I. O. Ilox 1071, Lea en worth. Dr. J. J. Crook, of this cily, U elitor and proprietor 52,00 a year. (.ei.rue Francis Train send thi epi gram to the Cincinnati Ti...

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 May 1872

lanfrXwfSgCS THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES. roaacrrallveEatafcllahrsl by ) LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1872. I. K. Antborar, Ju. IWl Bl.J Uuif. L'str.bllllbriS 1H57. ) Vol. ST. So 2U ) W&t&li imcs THURSDAY, MAY 1C, 1S72. TO THE ntrUBMCAXS or K ASS AS. Delegates, alternates and 3II others desir ing to attend tbe Union National Republi can Convention !o Le held in Philadelphia, Jur.e dth, are hereby informed that rouud triji ticket from Iaavenworth to Philadel phia aud return, can be bad in Lea ven wort b for forty dollars ($40). Tickets good frcra May 21th 1ST:!, to JuuetiCth, 1S72. D. It. Anthony. Cbairmair. Republican Sute Central Com mittee. GOOD NEWS. Through Train and Through Sleeping Cars On the Chicago, Bock Island & Pacific and Kansas Pacific Railroads. On and after the 12lb all western traveler from Kansas, Colorado and the Pacific can go Eist through iA-avenwortb quicker, cbeajier, safer and pleasanter than by any other route. Read the following notice...

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 May 1872

Z2T7iSS5bBi3SS2 iJ5ii-.'-. 7.-tH- - jj- .. -, --&n- THE IiEAVENWOKTH WEEKLY TIMES THURSDAY MAT 16, 1872. WiuMu $ i;iUHD.Y. MAY 10, 1S72. i....ji os this nrrrar tkcx ox tuis. Among the cany zV.e Ir-wic3n ionr' nals to-day tnpnirlir.;: President Grant, and praising liis l.or.t-'. aJmlnislration of affair, P3ce are more no-rl"ul or earnest than tLe Philadelphia J'reu, edited by Col. Forney. Inasmuch a tlie fidelity of The Times to the Ilepublican party was called in question by a federal office bolder, because it paid a passing tribute to the raerit of Horace Grtlcy, when the news of his nomination at Cincinnati was received, wc reproduce the following from the Philadelphia Pint, to show the vieW3of a man who resigned a federal office va-'tly more remunerative than the office of V. S. Marshal of Ksaw, let the holding of n pcfcition under the admini-itration would s?de the liqbt of a free and honest expres tion. Head what Od. Forney says of Hor ace Greeley : Experimental jiolitics n...

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 May 1872

-.. i t m a......'. ., - ;, THE IiEAVBNWOKTH WKBKLY TIMES, xjuKSDAY, MAY 16, 1872. I..- WSitAh s TliDliSDAY, MAY 1G, 1872. COLLISION. Freight and Passenger Trains Come Together. Both Engines Wrecked. The westward bound accommodation train of the Missouri Pacific Railway and an eastward bound freight train on the same roa J.'collided Thursday eve. about 7 o'clock, atthejunction.justBOUthof this city. The freight train was trying l get on the eide track, but did r.ot make it in time, or else the laMenger train was ahead of time. The conductor of the freight claims that the pass enger train was two minutes ahead of time, while the conductor of the passenger claims that he was just "'on time." and that Uie freight should have been out of the way on the ido track. I5oth ensiuea were liadly damaged one of them alttio-t wrecked. The baggage car was broken up badly, and no trie of the passengers in the coaches were bruied, but no bones were broken. Tull particulars have not been received, 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. — 16 May 1872

: PipG-"9 term- ywy ' "K-iirig uUccbia iitti's THURSDAY. MAY 1C, 1S72. BtXEY a Laundry Blue. free from acid. THE JJBAVianyORTH WEEKLY TIMj;s TifUBSDA: MAY ie, 1872. The Ust because d&w 1 THE WEEK'S WASHING- 3rid2eccmi Culverts Destroyed on iiie Hail -,i:d Waon Eoads. The ui.tiilrrrujsV'I rain for the jwt trrvk dii! fiuifciJerah!.- ilauiage to hriJges ar.d cul verts in this coanlr. Travel hv rail and hv private coiivt-yai.ee ha Lecn Eciiou'l v iint,eil ecj. hut since the weather figrn ir.clirjte a general tlearit.g uj, ve Fiippo'e the road? and 1 ridge Trill he iaimedi.itelr repaired. A bridge oa the I); Soto road, hjtween Lanocd'a rnl Tsmicr's wa-t wahel oat ar.d fill in. Teatm the citj hy furnltif; to the left of Tanner's and eoh..j; iu Ly U-eOrjihaii AwJum. A hiidge oat on Owge ii.-ir Tela tUce. -.. weaLeneJ ly the rata, and a i-md wide near a bridge on Oaioirtcst isipedea travtl. The City I'n jscecr reports nearly all the bridge? in the utabdJrt more or lea damaged. As A reme...

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 May 1872

'n, -5sririi!&,m?si'm 'VwgiM'ii'ihijiijegatr'Xyj? Sggg- .aVli:'tgr!S'! L.--ee gy-ggB! - -- S5 THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES. -oncniiflieEtnbIlfclielly 1 I. ft. Anthony, Jon. IGl.f LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS, THUKSDAY, MAY 23, 1872. Time CttnklUkvrt 157 Vol.s;. STo it- w. - it. v. d'giecklj) 3,inus THURSDAY, MAY 23, 1S72. ceiI ST.V.'s. I'ii r I Lrnicnnorib Appropriation I"nscd tbe Senate The fallowing private telegram received in this city yestcrdai, explains itself: WA'Siixm-ox.MaylS, 1S72. l( s .V if TiiC appropriation for enlarging thedepct at Fort .etrin worth parsed the Senate to day. (Slglle !.) S. C. Pomekoy. This i a triea-aie in which our people ail fed a living interest, becalm every dol lars expended by the Government in iui pro,emc..ti at the Fort, benefits elirectly the bu.inta of the town. Senator Pomeroy 11 entitled to oar thank fur the lively in-leie-thc has mamfontd iu the inalter, and lur the commendable eilart he has made to ee cu'e the passage of the measure through t...

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 May 1872

v3- & r -,: - -?-'' - -- LJisVi!"?-1 j 'Jit i aiom THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMiiiS TJtCUBSDAlC MAY 23, 1872. li "Mil At, VlTlinlVK' lid' CC 'I! l (V I V-J " . " -. .r.t-o-j IBT" cy TUC.fc'M'Al. -" " 1 KOEL3i' nOSBIt V Freed, professor hw oaseorcrsssuattbe poison cf rattler-Aes, lur-d-dogs, etc , can b-j a-edith gJtu ...: in the tff ci hirl disezsc -Ml ter rceJadia fcthtrto ooUrcd i..urable. He - tower, vrcat ire -fcouldt-e c-c-d ir. speiimenUBg w.ih it- poii...c, reptiles. We sboulu rath. ' 'Link no- rr.oscitiFTio.v uKittKi.i. The Chicago Poi, the leading adnnsislra tion j jurnal of Illinois, administers this well merited ted timely rebuke to an over-real-uus Weed of President Grant : The action of Gen. Coburu iu di?ii-i!ir ibeckikoflfcellos-e Militaiy Committee beciweof his fealty to Horace Greeley, 11 an ret of absurdity d -oily h-Ath-inends ofGeMral Grant will he the fir to condemn. If General Coburn proiwsa to continue serving the administration in Uiw manner. i.e will do far...

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 May 1872

..ewiJ7pJ0 'S'-J'.IJ.-'.JJJ - n-1' ibi"---rH y ti THE IiEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES, muKSDAY, MAY 23. 1872. fc . Wttkh pines TilLKSDAY, -MAY 23, 1872. iciTr a large force of men are now em plored on the Sixth street exter.ion of the R -k Island road. s Accoedesg to I-7i, the postal card i"Tstcm doesn't wort as well as was eipecled, the postmen not being so prompt ? before, having so manv cards to read. AS -rcbtroiogical correspondent sddccej a? evidence of the antiquity- of the game of euchre, the passage in the .New Testament which relates Low the priest and the Levite "payed" and ths gool Samaritan "asited." . A. Yor.so gentleman recently created quite a sensation, while reading to a circle of jcung ladies a -iodic effusion "To a Beautifnl Belle" Ly pronouncing the Isfd word in two fyllalile- The Kansas City Journal mentions the tale of "Trottirg Mack," of West port, for $2,500 $1,3'J0 more than any other horse ever sold for that was raked in Jackson county Mo. The animal was rai-ed 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. — 23 May 1872

JL iM.iIUlT.tl . .una fan a.- - j"age.''jft' a1" THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMJBJW TJflTBSDAlc MAY 23, 1872. i? Za &ms THDKSD.VY. MAY iJ.IJSTi Tun damage to fences in Leavenworth C .untr !y the recent rain- . very extenive. THERE v.ill I a heavy drain on the county bridge final iLIs year to rc-ilare the bridge, that were swci! away 7 -Ifrsrt fl"- ..i--s. ' Ten rli of L-atciisrorth carit wsre y. 'crday rd.ipTeI frora ScH & WocJrufl o: l'nis cat, to l'aos Ilrown t Co., of Clii , c ). Thin as ot-e.'as. 1 jir IirMse on the KsM IV S road near Mr IlarroiVs was washed away Tlmrshy i,.lit. ItJu3gl in tlic timtcr about 200 e .rtls belo"?. A-; inetiriatol Democrat wss liiiiinj; at tlic I.es Hpu-c the other .by. "Bjei", iorfc, mutton, veal or cVicicn," raU the lKlite -niter; ,l don't are ad-n." ww "ercp!y, ' anything to beat (irait."-Afc?flZia 7im. - IIkiik Jlri.ow, the iiiamfi, is to perform here in autumn. All murical critic arc her.-hr warned against -ayin?, " wfnt hutlililtf Jlerr Bul...

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 May 1872

-7-f"M - -A '.c "i THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES. CoiiorrnCrpCvtnbllsbMl bjrl is. it. -iintioiiy, Jaa. IS61.J LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS, ' THURSDAY, MAY 30, 1872. Tinar E-tnbllsli(N(I57I Vol .27. ao-srs irz: It ft taiccMj ftimts THURSDAY, if AY 30, 1S72. milk. The TtOiunt ii after the millicen cf Xew York ami IlrooLIyn, with a sharp lick. It liai procured raiuphs, at different lime?, of ll.e article ciTerccl tor ajc, analyzed the fjiu. and ascertained thai a very large pro Iwitioii of llit dealeri farniuli their custom ers with a etufl little k-tler than twill. The iiauics r.f all tha-c found guilty of felling adulterated and impure milk arc published in the 71 Aunt, an J, as might 1mj expected, tht-ie ia iuite a commotion among the d.Mler. tfftV (. .... ...... rwmmrm . i tin otalemcut that "on the day the United -State S.tiator was elected in Connecticut, the d od radial chaplain, .Mr. IJnnch, prayed iLt Almighty to ir.dace the members to vote fur Governor Ifawli-y, the caucus corainee." ...

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 May 1872

- u s-iuHhi la'wwa 'w tiSAYBNVOKTil WEEKLY TIMES, XitLUJXSDAY. MAY 30, 1872. if 'injiussg; 2 0, HUM TiiCKSDAY, MAY CO, 1872. OBECI-EV'ft LETTER OF ACCEPT- J3cCaC Horace Greeley has heard of his nomina tion. The tel.graph gives ns this mcrnicg a copy of the let!"- from a Committee of the Cincinnati Convention, transmitting to the 2WJiphiIo"oi,h"thiirapic3 d-to-begrat-ifying information, and alo an abreviated copT of the philosopher's reply thereto, both of which suinewhat inlerestingdocunienti. are hereunto appended: LETTER Or THE COMMITTEE. CaxvsstM, 0., May 3, 1S72. Jim, Exec OntUy, He 1 VI - Dear Sib: The National Convention of Liberal Bepublicans of the United .State hare instructed the undersigned, Pre-ident, Vice President and (Secretaries, of the Con Teotion to inform you that yon have lietn n minated as the candidate ot the Liberal Republicans tor the Presidency of the United States. We also submit lo yoa the address and resolutions unanimously adopted by the Convention. Be p...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
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