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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 30 May 1872

-n jmi i THE LEAVENQBTH .plITl MAY 30, 1872. nr.T -f 7 ft, p i it. f I 8Jtm.es THURSDAY, MAY S0,:i872. (Hiintj 1 rnrttcrK InnlilntP, ITEDXEiDA'i AITEnSOOX. Mu-ic Prof. Morten ard choir. Pnysical Gcosraiihy bv A. R. Van Eman. Thu abject vras very handsomely illustrated, in tabular form, on the black board. Cube Hoot by A. G. Wright. The suc cessive step? in the solution of a problem were illustrated to the class by the use of blocks. Th explications were clear and satisfactory. Mu'ic. Discussion of the question "Is compulsory education practicable and for the beat inter ests of the country?" The discrucion waa opened by the reading of a well written pa per by T. M. Adam, in which ecme of the strongest arguments in faTor of compulsion were introduced. " Recess of ten minutes. Music. The negative eide of the aboTC jue?lion was argued from manuscript by J. M. Wil son. On motion it was resolved to limit each person in the general tliacu-tion to fifteen minutes. Messrs, Ilraiieliar., Jlla...

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 May 1872

Tfys"Whi jiua thk jLfiJVlto IrVfrfcfrk AlBKL't llBSmuJfeAM alM- hwmarafrfcgas I ;.; n r M 'J u Shims -o riiLSSUAY, MAY 20, 1S72. t .' xJJ oil tl.e airruticn of oar readers to tLc Cincinnati Gazdlz Comjcxife adver tiEect, -sshlch appear iuthi" papfr. We cnJcrsUnd that the Ootit Kc:c Com uuttee of tip T.jzri of C jtinty Cciaai'wior.- trs Lave 3crta.ii tii-oii Mr. I. T. Carra plan for tl.e C'5i:rt Houh-. Rivera! allEraSicn--! from tin pbn on exl.ibitii.ii at the lecer.t Hireling ' '"' K arJ werc ;uKIf J snJ of roil"' ' - "'' c lojt!ie W3t,: w'" be J ii'hcJ :! uu at a lirely rale so idle laborer- raiy obtain etDiiloxinent. tun ii. J'ypatdi irom New Ycik " lioni.cesllic arrival in that city of tbogieal ricsintli... Adriatic, cf the Wl.ilc Star l.ii.e, in tcven .lavsan.l Htci.it hour from a.!r town, which U Ibc fcattrf time by nearly a ihy .- ua'Ie l -e Y,1:- ThIs U ,1,e Htcond trio of tbis !effiit tbiji, and already she carriw oil tlie hare!, far ftied, faMy and comport. Tl.e White Star ...

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. — 6 June 1872

THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES Conservative EfttnbllfclirU bjr) IK H. Anthony, Jan. 1UG1. LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1872. I lines INtnbltsftesl 1S37 ' Vol .-or. xo 2:: nh u , Wnlli Pimts THURSDAY, JUXE C, 1S72 itiwitv wii-sox. The Republican Valional Convention ..... lr 1 I- il .! I ll In (ft.IHf.rTf.tr ftV (V. purree of nominating candidate, for Presi- dent nndVicv-Pri-sidenl of the United State". Tbtre Trill 1 no rcntevt over the fir.-t place on the ti.-li.t, and it isdouhtfal whether there uill even he a hallo; ; Gen. Grant Trill prol ahlv I rominated for re-election hr actla- I Tr,.t.r.r I lri" lti V , li.TrfcauTnr t? .wtr11 lirmilfK.til'.iillili' 1m- nmiu i lirclsr f..li( One ' v - --v -- iirt choice for the place is Henry WiLsrm, of Massachusetts; the contest trill be mainly-1- tweeti Vil--oii and CoIf.tr. Mr. Colfax ha? iei-n hiiwi anu tvoiiar. -sir. louswi,.! i. , ., . . ... , .. , . , , . . 1 through his psiier, and it wa3 a tart of him- .satisfactory manner, but...

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. — 6 June 1872

:-;w-ti.ij- SA.VJSM'-WOBfM Vm&KLY TttlES, THTBSCAlr. JUNEe.iiWiJ. l-lt f. iiii sf2a i ) , , i ,- it f J i " :V ' J ) ill'1 ' 1M I i) V.Vi ' '- J' 5 'iiibilcDAY, JITNL C, 1S72 tsz oiriiT jnf.y tor. The block bounded by Third, Fourth, Oifc and "Walnut blrc-cls, W2? donated to the Count of Ltavenworth several year? ago, on condition that the County Court House, when Lai't, should le located thereon. TLe Jot is somewhat broken, will require some gradiog and filling 'o adapt it to the pur pose for which it wa deigned, but it ha a central and i--,;h ly location, and i Eiucept ible of being made one of the most beautiful places i" the c-ouiity. The conditions upon vhich ti. "o-.-"ylioldsti.elandatesuchtbat if i! 'Su i. b- used for the purpose for ttLii it ViX given, the title will revert to the donor, l.ei.ce it cannot !e sold bv the County, or exchanged for other property, but lcuM. L.J nrd "r Oan House purposes 01 not at all. . There are-oiac vho profess to think that the amount of '...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 6 June 1872

-"--" THE iVEkw5fiii WEEKLY TlMJSBxmJBSDA JUNE 6, 1872. ta- Wtthn SHnus TIIUKSDAY, J USE G, J 872. TRAGIC DEATH. Major Taylor's Son Found Dead. The Tragedy Shrouded ia Painful Mysteiy. Verdict cf the Coroner's Jury. We have never been called upon to record a tragedy more meIan.holy tlisn the one in which Ernest Taylor iot his life. This tragic erent happened last Wednes day night, hat no knowledge of the casually was recrfred by the father and mother of the dead boy until Thursday morning, when Maj Taylor, the father becoming alarmed at the thought of his son remaining cut ever night, went to the I'olicelleadquartets and reported his fear. Within ten minutes after tlii', be fore he hid time to reach Jih home, en Broadway, the report that his on had been found dead in a lot not more than one bloclc from hi9 own home, bowed him to the earth With grief, and go di-treved hi wife that her reason wa; depaired of. The mournful in telligence soon spread throughout the city, ior ill news tra...

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. — 6 June 1872

aitgarr.sr. irrn. ,. THBXJiAVBNWOP.XH WEEKLY TIMES, XHTJBSPAY. JUNE 6, 1872. Ir , 1 Wttlihx SJimrs THOKPDAY, J USE 0. 3S7i KANSAS CEBTRAl Cats to vin :hcs:er ITsrt TLursdsy. The K.nsss C s.nl is still filing ahead with a vigor vhich is corntrendsMe. The niarch from Eaiton to Winc'ie-'cr sics-rady one and nest Thcralay night, ii no dootla visit the country, tl.e rars will ran into the town of Winche-lcr. IVomthcncelLetrack layers trill goto Graeeho'.pcr Fall, scd hy th3 15th instant vrill unite the iron A the Kansas Cr.tral citL tie iron of 'the Atcmrtjii, Topd.ii Pacta To ilailroad, and l!:eu comiLenca turnip; rcjjnlir pi"en;cr and freight train?. Thiipieceof infomiitioi: will :-.c--vr.t-able- to the people of Leavenworth and -fcf-firon counties, and crpeciallr gretifyin:: to the citizens of Iavoiwortli. One scar i go yesterday tLe: Kales' Cn tial Uomrasiy vra organized and arpliello the Brnnl ed Cmity Commissioner;! for the tec'- held ht the county in the llanjaa 1'juCc The ivcor.l...

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. — 13 June 1872

TTT" THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES. (tri::::te;:.tat!Iiifxlis. I LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS, THUHSDAT, JUNE 13, 1872. Tim ip. nstnbllsheii 1SS7. ) i ol ,-T. Jfo! I j tiQlnkig mmw iM'RSDAY, JUNE 13, JS7i alio wi 5'nr n Republican voni:iiriiiriiis For President, U. S. GEAIT. i-'or Vice-President, HBMJSY WILSON. i . r .:::. r. H i - at the he.-d o-ir ftducms lh3 II I th nominee-- of the Xational Re- ik .i.-i . lxnveiitioi. We rally our Torres L-r a :p:aia who never knew ilcfi-at. ri.ru laitr.ity whi-h sreviils throughout tvh. '- Republican tart;-, fnr.i torih to . or . .mm ran lo we:, in mpport of ailai-.-istrativin r.f President Grat.:, and -imi -f hi riominn'inn for re-election, nri! h jwualltl in the history of tl.o coun- t fro.-!) the days f.f Wa-hington to ihe pros- n Hair Mr. Lincoln was cordially ftip- . irtci' lir t! e majority of the parly a ilsran 1 He f r rc-cl.'t-o.i, let was opposed by n 'le anu ri-'iyjca' le niiccnty, ami all of the r-vu:h"rn Su;c3 cti ? that tunc in cen rc Im Si...

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. — 13 June 1872

"jPV" T.1U 1- THIS I,EAyBNWOKTH WBBKLY TIMES, THURSDAY, JUNE 13. 1872. f, liigicfltlfi 8hwim TilDRSDAY, JUNK 12, 1ST2 --.. . . . . . HIE AlCKTSO.V ,. aeeji..ni.a it i. .Methodist pauueauou nouses ui i" '" Make a change to-day in the tunc tabic ot . Hereafter the two principle publication their road, inakirg close connections at 0ces will he at New York and Gnclnnali, Atchison with the Mii-ocri Pacific trains to 3U.I as other poinU depositories will he cs Lcavenwcrth, and a delay of only shout two j tibli-hed. Each publication house will be i . . -. AM.;u.n . !r. north. OnecLanie i .1 r the control of two agent, who will he more, rnakin,;cGe connections with North- cm hound train, will greatly accommodate j the traveling public We are thanUu!, hnr- j ever for ll.c lite improvement in this rr f-iCCt. n TKAI. j The Omaha Ha, which, Uing pui.ii.Mieu at the home of the treat 100-coltagi-t, of course speaks by authority, hays, Geo. Fran cis Train is in favor of a ehort, sharp and decisive...

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. — 13 June 1872

-C3S3Bu THE OJAVENTWORTH WEEKLY TIMJSS XHUBSDA JUNE 13. 1872. IT taiecMa TIIUIIAY. JUNK If!. 1872. Ocr. fellow citizen. Thos. Plowman, i in lack. The iipa!c!iC3 announce fail appoint ment as Receiver ot Public Monry for tl.? Land Office cf tie Northwestern District of Kan-a. Mr. Plowman is qualiCtil lor tlie phce he has been assigned" to, hut fear that he has Ik en oat of office so long that U will not know how to charge tit. fees. The retort of a terrible hail ttonu near KJgerton, Colorado, turns out to Le a canard. Mr. A. D. Robinson, the ricck ijrower who was reported as having lost one thousand f beep, writes to the Denver Xeut that now- of l.'n sheep were killed by the hail storm. We fhould be Forty to racord any ilualer to the aforesaldMr. Robinson, because once uton a time he otiened wide the doors of his home in an csMem city, and invited ail the lv and girls and many other, to gather around his festive board and eat, drink, and be merry, etc., at bisex irne. He did all this...

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. — 13 June 1872

HE lafiAVJBN WGKTii WEEKLY TIMES, THUBSlJAlr.'JtryE lit,-16 1, mhtlih 8KM , JlLHSUAY, JlXc 13, 1S72. ANOTHER RAILWAY HORROR. Bridge oa the Aichison & Hebiaski Eoad Gives Avaj" 8upsrinten3e2t lirth Ci-aslaS Mangle a. &sa Secretary Alien Killer! Outright Particulars cf the Calamity. Last Saturday about 12 o'clock h 11. Filth, Giti.Suit. of the Atchison A Nebras ka lioad, atcoiuiianictl by his Secretary, left AtchL-on on an engine fsr a l&nr 'ot inside lion of He road, lo asccita.n the damage nstained by tl.c brMg-a in the late heavy flood. The liiti v.as made to the northern -nd of the track, and when upon the return trip, about 0:20 p. m., while- eroding a bridce tuo miles beyond Highland Station, the blructure gave wjv, and the cngice was percipitatcd head foremost into, the little 3lrejm beneath. When the locomotive went through Mr. Firth and Mr. Allen were oat on the front of fie tngit.e, Mr. Kirth haviDR his arm around the lamp (cr Fiipport. The locomotive nx-nt strai...

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. — 20 June 1872

THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES, I. uAnlliony,Jau.iMSI.l LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1872. Time EtMIkfi 1857 t Vol .'.ST. Ho 23. J A CSEBITXAKK. Lit It be remembered to the everlasting credit of the last Congren thit not a single one of the many land-grant and subsidy ! bills which were urged in the two Houses finally succeeded in puling. Some of them - . passed one House, and some the other; bat Xallonnl tTjiion RepuljIicaE.Vominaticns , all finally failed. One thing, however, we have to t egret ana tnat 13, insr me oenwe did not pass the Lill abolishing tne franking priveiege, which sometime ago passed the Wnkh ins THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1872. J-OK PKHSIDEST. ULYSSES 3. GEANT. Ifnu;?. ror. vici -ritriDnM. HENRY WILSON. xeetixu or Till. i:KIL'UI.ICS STATE CEXTUAI. COJIttlTI M: The Republican State Central Committee will meet at the Court Boom in I,P3venworth on Tuesdav, the Klh day of June, 1872, at 4 o'clock p. ci. Ilcpublicans of the State are cordially invited to attend 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. — 20 June 1872

Stccfelll $ims TTHJRSDAY, JUNE 20, 1S72. "CAT riSII AnWTOCACT." After reading the leading edetoral an the Atchison C.aropiori of yesterday, we are MtisSed that the thing" edited h7 '- of ,hc orijinal "qiX- aritiocrocv." ABOCT CODESSISG. It stated on good authority that an Ohio mm has invented and satisfactorily tested a new method for the application of condensed air as a molor for can and vessel. He claims tkat his invention will successfully su persede the ue of steam, and 'will revolu tionize all present modea of locomotion. I-OMAL. VHAUUi. The new jiostage law recently paned by Congress provides that postage on circular?, newspapers, and other transient printed matter, shall Le one cent for two ounces or lees, im-tcad of two cent? for four cnnce3 or less as under the old law. The new law was to take immediate effect, and is therefore now in fore. SOATsiK rtla-SOX'Ss-st'lCIA'.OJI. In cs.'e Senator Wilson is elected Vice Presi dent, his successor in the Senate will le elected Ly a...

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. — 20 June 1872

THE T.EAVENyQfi WBBYJgtkSTiiXrBS!Ai JUTE 2U 1872. THURSDAY, J USE 20, 1S72. SHOOTIHQCK THE AVENUE OdQpcwJer and Domestic Troubles One Han Wounded Narrow Escape if a Sleeping Girl. Ttieusuil quirt of tlie Avenue -ran dis turbed by a .booting affair about two o'clock j cvterday morning. The shooting was in the vicinity of Mr.D-wen- house, on the comer of Firth Avenue and Marshall street, and the parties concerned in it, were Mr. John son and Mr. Webb both of this city. Webb did the shooting, Johnson acting as the target. Three shots were fired altogether; one en tered Mr. Johnson's right lee lielow the knee, anothw cniereJ Mr. Slionson'a boas, nissed through the pillow 11111 which Mifs Shonson's Lead reclined, and fell to the floor after spending its force against the tecond wall. We have no record of the other ball. When Johnson found his leg bleeding, and weakening from the flow of blood, be asked permission to lay down in Mr. Spenrers yard, wh'ch was granted. Mr. Dustin tben went !...

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. — 20 June 1872

THE IiBAVBN WORTH WEEKLY TIMES, xxmxtSDAY. JUNE 20, 1872. WnUn THDKSDAY, JUXK20, 1872. TMEIHIIUR- He Purloins Barntsa From & Fourth Avenue Bars. The ubiquitous burglar is still in tLe bar. ne-a. Sunday right, or during the email biurs Monday niyrning, he entered Mr. YTciglitssan'a barn, on Fourth Avenue end j.arloiscd tbereiiotn several sets of harness. The value of the property utolen was about $200. It is thought the persons who are raiding around from one barn to another and earrjingawaj booty in the shape of har ness and saddles, take the stolen article to Kancta City for a market. It teems to us that a properly organized effort on the part of the City Marshal and police officers would recover a part of the stolen property, if not detect some of the thieves. . . TfitbefS' Pic Sic. There will be a re-nnion picnic held by the teachers of Lmvenworth county, at the grove near Moant Muncie Cemetery, on Wednesday, the 10th day of July, 1872. All teachers arc expected to be present...

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. — 27 June 1872

7i - i- -at"" - w -- . THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES. Conservative Establlsbed by ) It. H. Anthony, Jan. 1MVI.J LEAVENWORTH,- -KANSAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1872. Mf KttablujUvil 1SST. KstabllobeU 1SST. .37. 80. f Vol 'gtSecl.itt Iprocs THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1672. The farmers are now crying out for more rein. The ccm needs it. AN ai.uc3ant yield of oaU is it pro-feet. Corn is backward. v The MUsauri river was ris'u.g al.Sioar City and Fort Benton on the lstl. icst Ku.ua Citt people a7 Luineu is duller mere no ,w than it has ever Ken before. p Messrs. Gaerett ce EU5.ii shipped ' ether car load of lumber over the nsrrow paage yesterday. -"N . , White, at the PctoEce, ha. jui! received the Kyis Magm for July, it .a a .ptrk- ling number, ana oi course " " It is rumored that I'rcf. William, intends to resign the pwilicn of Superintendent r,f Public School. The irolton .Ye, say truthfully, fairly and openly, thai "Leavenworth is the pride of Kansas," and the Leavenworth Times the beet daily in 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. — 27 June 1872

1 THE IiEAVBNWOBTH WEEKLY TIMES, aaa. e,x.SiAY. JUNE 27. 1872. I. r tin ,St 1 11Y f 1 (J - I liibK-lMY, JlXaSO. 1S72. i. -.- r.-s z-sii: 'iKiS r A-s" V.1I. TheaVefrVw.s lading N'"-York weekly journal announce Chat if the Democrat, ..ocuia'cGrre'eM' ;ilupiri Grant. The -i inn fl. .ire ! the j.ocnn' n ol Afiarcn v t"he Libera.-, ii which cvint it think- Prcsi A. ---.: pcSc' tiM hsve been certain i:o.-. Tr rivci us !'33Jrj 10 welcome a"fa P ,,-raeain -ruon our cx.hangcs. It will i tr.emeabrrc-ittEjras "biswid up tjjiltroxcoclUsso a .Southern Knsv a -ubyr "took a liking" tohio2ce, and cfe' :t .;ave U c-'abUrhtnest oc vtrj affection a Jcmbrace, thea Ro-, O .. v.in.re was he' 1 ..e i ro! srrxnaeaicn' of hi. ae'P'l C Oli e tetMii bro"ca-t OTer th;. prim-, ml be., kn.-a. 'ha: -owV, huUili K0' i r '.,. oi 1' ;. -" a tea l"C! ' t-.p ; .,.-r..r, Rr 1 -!iai-d a:. ii h,i.'.i.rcb.; he i ca hi ftct agai. a -J all SW-says he ha a belter vZzc tha. hj isd leSirc, and the i.e. i'-ueis certainly b tier...

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. — 27 June 1872

THj3 tEAVESWORTKErajYmis THUKSDAY JUNE 27, 1872. Mi 'cffitrt,. 4--- ' " ' i ' TIIl-KSDAY. JOXE 20, 3S7 TROtt GDFFEYYILU. riio Marslial Hiifc: a "STomaii At Uc&;tiiIc, last Monday, a L'- i- took place." snl nc"2 lLc ei,a'r's " stiaulaled lo much jra cr.e of the te' tronitn of lit town. She went to a sa'ocn, ailed fcr j Uni.k ofliquor, sul ra rel-fcci.'. Thereupon f-lie prccnc'cd :o demolish tbe glassware of ti-e lar and upset the kr g of whisky in a vio'ent manner. The Mar-bil intarfrred to tirercnt the Jetniction, and the polled her revolver arid eho. him in the hip, wounding him ercre.y. In reiurn he tlrcx his revolver and pat a hall through her brain. Sfcec:idini.-intly. Second Annual Corr.iaer.cpmant cf t-c Leavenworth align School n Stati 2torm.it Scuoo! LainjV Hill W2 cotruVJ to ovi2-in3 Friday night t hear the addrc"C Jo the rad nttin;: classes ot the Leavenworth IIi;h School and Slate Normal Sclioul and to liiten to tlie oration aedewre br the iiieu bera of the gradmlinz ...

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. — 27 June 1872

MSrS - x. & f: TIICESDAY, JONE27, 1872. THE REf BBMC.WJ COSVESTIOa. The action of thsK.-r-iUidn Stale Central Coicnit'tc Turalav in calling tiro csnrcn tiocs Trill rcr-irise the peopl. cf Kan. We hardly kti077 -ffiictLjr it b wba cr not. It aocslootaUH'tho-Jgh tbc Ccmm'utee did net tare cocSdencc enough in thsdelesrtes to trust ont Cotirenticn. We o. t ' liioj" te i-.rA realts looted for from lhtuConv.li..r.8 will bs fall? rulistd rxd il:sta-sod t'.ctjcf sinsd, djJa'jic, re liable sen vrill bJ liominatcJ. VII KAT IIAUVEST. The vvl.jat Larvcst Is jirogiesains, in Ssuth-t.-n Kan-a, and our cn'iianges inform uj lust the farmers j-cneit-Hy arc very agreeably disappointed in the jield. llie crop is coii ndcraUv below the average Lutii fctiil wucli better than was expected, for ' lli " though! that wlicat throughout the eoalhern cou-.tr, would be tbis year alml a total fatl- "rc- .... ,i..--s vaiio? The BaSalo Ivrrrexs res&oru fter this nian- j.i. ,.. vuf Vnri Xallun: 'I he Nt- Ii...

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 January 1873

etssesssse: "7?zr- t 7S-3V7S . v-.- VtTt'a" .' i . EEKLY TIMES. THE f LEA-TBMWORTH rS rv r' I k (I 1 J 1 I tlteiUta.bllaJV-4 W J. BU Anlhanjr, JaK i , IHBIJ Siltcfela putts f THUfiSDAY, JANUARY 3. 1873. WEfcAXa. The leading fwpew of Dublin, Cwk, Lias ?rick, Belfast, and other oWeBtLroagh et Ireland.notie- the death of Hoot Gree ley M Ireland's trorst mad tie friend. itanv of them dressed in'mournVrg. .Mr. Greeley' death&inoBTiwetbe world over. I Tg&raRBEK. bTVT --n K Cieeait'Jadee Dillon's, order in (lit r A Dekkyni-McUoirellcaei"""r".c- i) i : . V 1,ae read it. and find that D 1 ar article headed "The Judgment Day Has was true in all essential particulate. 'Jar copT Lai not yet come; when Jt does wr dull publih it for the benefit of our wid en. .mmmmm-lllKrWC.-This seaere cold weather must inevitably xmt great suffering among the tworer dames. Kow is the lime for the good christian to give liberally to tbe destitute. Lai those 'who reckon their wealth by the haaaredsof thou...

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 January 1873

yr-vl'J Zm s-T.-; '-mt-. "7 kfgTg -TM 4 H ra. --., .j s.-Si'r I y 1 n - .j L. -V ifflettttg .flues THDBSDAY. JANUARY 3, 1873. Fart sealt Caal. The coil company of Leavenworth hive lately raised the price of coal from twenty to twenty-three cent per boaheL Of coarse a general cry of indignation from the Tic i!i1 population ts the result. But the dtueas hare no remedy, and must submit with the beat grace possible. The coal com pany of that dry ia a monopoly in the fullest extent of the word. They have but one source from which the coal is obtained a shaft running down seren hundred feet into the bowels of the earth, tapping the oily rein which has an existence within that dis tance of the surface of the earth. The cor poration controlling it are limited in their prices bringing coal from other distant coal deposits. What makes the present extor tion particularly unpalatable to the people of Leavenworth is the fact that in its earlier and poorer days it was, in the language of the Leav...

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