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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 2 January 1873

V - ss- - ' -i-.-. ..j"."1 . : ' . w 1 2-. l THE IiEAVjBywrORJa -WEEKLY TIMES, THCTRSUAY, JANUARY 2. 1873. WLttWi inus i THURSDAY, JANUARY 3 .1873. THE Jlt.JIATe!!. " There has been so much selfishness maoi fsstsd is the Senatorial figbt tbat we hart M little npaa the question. Oar nates andemud, however, that we hare ao personal or selfish interests in the con test. Tbcre kta been so much corruption and falsehood afloat, and a disposition to if Bore the rights of desetTinr, tree Bepubli- cant, that we bare not felt like taking an active part in the fight. Nevertheless, we aare had usitire views, and, perhaps, it will do no harm for The Times to honest It apeak ita preferences. After looking over the field, we can aee no reason wot SESATOR FOMEBOY la not the beat Ban thus far named for the position. He baa served twelve yean in the Senate. He has been honored by being placed at the head of responsible committee He has secured a greater amount of legisla tion then any Representative ...

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 January 1873

'- -.-- THE JLEAVJaNWOItTH WJiEKLY TIMES, iTHUBDAY. JANIABY 3, 1873. hh u t IV U n I r v -:, vft FV. r.s 2! W&tmn imes THURSDAY, JAXOAKY 3 ,187.'! jiMonlf Presentation. , The large Masonic Hall was -well filled k.T.tmta nioTit wttfi trip TTtpmhen Afid thdr VWWMU- fe"- wives to witness the presentation of a. costly ' at Kaxler, wnicn in co.a oiooutuura .u.. and elegant ret of silver, consisting of an equal that of the Ibyd murder. It sp urn, coffee-pot, tea-pot, ewer, slop-bowl, ' pear that Tuesday evening Mar?hal How-water-pot and a salver, to Geo. M. Earns, ' ard and J,h Deputy, Van Epp, were walfc WoKhipful Master of the Masonic Lodge of ing along the street with a mill-carrier, this citv. The popular jeelew. Charlie with wbom they entered the office of the Weiler 'it Co., got up the ret, and it is beyond Wijj-'na Houc, where they found William question the fitett ret ever gotten up in this ' Westcott, a private or merchants' police city. On the urn was the following ecgrav- m...

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 January 1873

- - - '15 THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES. VesraervaUve sMabllalae! by 1 s. m. Aataoay, Jan. IMI. J LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JaOTARY 9, 1873. Time Elakl!aMl 1357. Vttl.SS, He. 1. l:u -,"' !: WtM Wimti THUESDAY. JANUARY 9, 1873. 1B7S. We rather regret making the announce Best that the editor of The Testes t in no mood yesterdap for preparing three columns of good advice for our reader on this New Years' morn. Therefore, the people who lake The Times will bTe to take it to-day without finding any special reference to relentless 0!d Father Time, and hia hour-glass and scythe, and likewise tale it without any babbling and gushing Teraea OTer the departure of the withered old year of 1872. However, we give our readers a good paper. There is vast amount of valuable information in it, but it can't be found on the surface. The industries reader must wade through the trade notices of the supplement to get the pearl of the edition. The aupplement will show, and ahow truthfully top, that Le...

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 January 1873

..-- "V !, lilE USA ?$& WOBHE. WiJffiKIiY TIMES, iTHTJKSDAY. JANUARY 9, 1873. r I- I ti V V I k I I IV tSBBetltlE $tnus THURSDAY, JANUARY 9.IS73. r. O. ADAMS. It will bs feen by reading the Decree of fhe U. S. Court, that F. G. Adams' name in not included. We were told that his name w included b a former clerk of the court. Adams, of course, J clear of guilL i tg IF l-OMJCKOY TAILS. 1 he Leavenworth Times bring out for Senator from Kan?as (if Pomeroy fails) a man who, it paye, "would have at "Washing ton an influence and power tecond to no other wan in Kansas.'' lie U a brother of General Babcock, the President's Private Secretary. Chicago Tribune. VIIlTUr MAM ITS OWN KlZVTAIin. The rew-rd for publiehins a subservient newspaper, &d refuainj to cx-nye parly steals and c -ruptiona may be found in the shape of a i. 3e column adTertisement in the Tope", u -momiccaUh, headed "Prcpo ri1," tn.l signed "John A. J. Creswcll, PeK'nu. icr General." Till: HIKHKC The newspaper through th...

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 January 1873

5SBSp $ ' t&r&g&rf!&B& ..a. THE tiBAVJENWORTH SvitBkLY HMES, THURSDAY, JANUARY 9, 1873. fc ; cacritlffi SHimes THUB3PAY, JANUAKY 9, 1873. BOUSE 8TEAI-INO. Tracking the Thief SnoTT. Througli the ' Judge Brewer askeJ perniUsion to be Vigbt before lat a xaluable black bor-e heard in reference to the contract between waaatolen from the .table of B Kenton, in ,he county an.HI.el.w library giving the Utter $1,000 in lieu of defending lauixr Sherman township, twenty mile, south of ,.,;,,, flowed by 0.nty Auditor, thiacity. Mr. K. mird the animalatday- j.mjJon wan grantid. Several ether at light and immediately started in pursuit of torn' j were granted periuiion to feak hi. property. He found the trail, and acer- upon tl e matter, wherein the following .... ... . i- ;,iir. resolution waa offend and adopted: tamed that the thief was traveling rapidlT KwuTfd Thmt lue contract heretofore in towards Leavenworth. Kenton think he ex;teIlce between the county ai.d the Leaven c...

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 January 1873

j--5'..,-'SJ r 5F THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY, JANUARY 9, 1873. f? ! fc& 'SS P r t . I r" HI I :' I '. Pvr tSKeeklj $ins TliUUSDAY, JANUARY 9.1873. Mb. Hammond is waking np Dubuque. w Some of our married ladies talk of organ tins a reading club. Attention ia called to the advertisement of Supt. Bauaerman, calling for an examin ation of teachers on the 11th inst. Fob ways that are disagreeable and changes that are numerous, commend in to t be weather. A Tocnr man who smokes fire cent cigars ancNJqean't wear a seal-skin cap needn't ex- sion into goon sociciy in venvea The "oldest inhabitant" who predicted that we were going to have a mild winter, left the city yesterday for fear of being mobbed. He will return in time to prog nosticate concerning next season's crop1. Ode friend B , a Government official in this city, has the most intelligent dog on record. "Whenever breakfast time comes he goes right into the street and! takes a meal from a man's le without anybody tell...

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 January 1873

-J--, -- -- - - 5 -t ,. st LEAVENWORTH THE WEEKLY TIMES. A " IffmM; ComerrMlveEateMlafcetf by 1 . B. AsUfeoay, J. isei.J LEAVEKWOBTfl, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JaISTUARY 16, 1873. TIbm BsaMlseeilgsST. 1 Vol.38, .3. '., v. . V ,1 MEDICAL. HEALTH! BEAUTY! Strong and Pare Kicll Blood Increas of Flesh and "Weight Clear Skan and EeautifYtl Complexion Sl-yMriiEI) TO AIM,- Riwir.s SAfiSAPAMLLIAN EESOLVENT. a AS HADE TIIE MOST ABTONWHltoJ . cures, so quick, so rapid ere the thances the 7 undergone under the Influence of thl truly wonderfully medicine that every day an Increase Id flesh weight ia seen and felt. Scrofula, Consumption, tijphllis in Ita many forma, Glandular Disease, Ulcers in the Throat, Mouth; Tumors, liodeeinlbe Glanda, and other porta of the aystem; Sore Eyes, Strumous liis charfea from the Ears; Eruptive Diaeases ol the Eyea, Nose, Mouth, and the worat forms of Hi id Diseases: Eruptions. Fever Bona, Scald Head. Ring Worm, bait Baeum, Erysipelas, Acne, Black Spots, Wonaa in the Fl...

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 January 1873

-irKr y . --- "--. r l: I g If.- f i: . i - L J !v" gtccMg SCimcs THURSDAY, JA5JUAKY 1C, 1873. CCaST TO BE CeSOBATuLATEB. If it is any honor for a mm who professes to be a Bepublicm, to receive the adulations of the most better enemies of the Republican part?, and the support of the rnostun anrjulons assailants of President Grant's administration, Dr. Logan ought to be congratulated; for the 2few York Sun, edited by the notorious Dana, the Lawrence DaaecrtUie Standard icd the Leavenworth Commercial are all fifing the Logan flag at the bead of their ro-jvective columns, and twins; the remaining space in their iapers to abuse good Republicans. BE BESATOKIAI. FIGHT. It is strange that the opponents of Sena ator Pomeroy constantly try to convince the Legislature and the public that he is corrupt, and yet announce boldly that they have money and other corrupt means to defeat him. They hold op their hands in Holy horror at corruption, and yet publish that they re supplied with monev to de...

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 January 1873

-. "Vr V- Ei.?aj i-V; ? - JrgJL.i-A. hwk&day; jAki i 'yyftjr JAHUABY16, 1873. .'V, . -, ,. . . Efci Is li tf -5.- ftotfffclg jpttus THURSDAY. JANUARY 1C. 1873. A OBEiT nTUUIHIKK. The BmI aaaftaaa Blare ! Fraak In the whole western country there is not, perhaps a tingle establishment engaged in the same line of business which carries a stock so exteusi-e or does a basiness so im-j mens as Frank Zipp, at his mammoth J hoase.No. 404 Shawnee street. Tbe pas' . i I.... . l0 hn an nil' season, as e-erybcy know?, has been an nc usually dull one in the West, and Mr. Zipp ti h- that mnn Terr laree stock of new and fresh goods of the finest quality and the most superior makes on hand. In order to make room for further im mense shipments of rtock, already ordered, be has determined to close out at actual cost, and will do so for thirty days. He does not intend to close out business, but is only anx ious to get rid of'an overplus stock. The ales is a tono. fit one, and the people can not ge...

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 January 1873

w7 U-i- - -J- At-' Z. IrI : - 9 :v NG"rrr ji Jr.-nam J - j - - tf -- THE JLEAVJBJ WORTH WBSKLT TIMES, THTJKSDAY. JANUARY 16, 1873. THE SHOW OBXFIS. MEDICA1V IXeAL. MtY (rMM- ETl'. PxeuucE. LCMBEK. fcr I He r 15 u Hi- te is. ife ifci te - -s. -: cklj imts .URSDAY, JANUARY 10, 1873. Attention is called to the ad-ertiseme-t in another colamn of "Widow Rodenbarg'r Stock and fanning utensils for sale by auc tion on the 30th inst., on the pretniaea by G. M. Birns. jan8-3r&w . m The High Prairie Lyceum gaye a pleasant entertainment at the Valley school house, in High Prairie township on the 7th inst,, and the people of the district tamed out in large numbers to enjoy the festiTities of the occa sion. Literary amusements and a grand oyster supper were the chief attractions, and much credit is due Messrs. John Hutchison and John Keller for the great success of the entertainment. a The Almanac publishers complain that their business is destroyed by AVer's Ameri can Almanac. The people pre...

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 January 1873

""P"3 ' I 5ff5tf2 c-it-. v jw.-. j- -"r" " T - -j r . -. t LEAVENWORTH THE KLY TIMES to p. " LEAYEXWORTIT, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 23, 1873. Tllllr Itnbllasirtll37. Vol.SS, So 3. B. K. Aaltaony, Jan. last. .i t-lSife!F-" v WEE 5- 1 r '3C H ti: SEUIC.VL. HEALTH! BEAUT?: Strcng andPcra Bicb. Blood Increase of Flesh and Weight Clear Sksn and Beautiful Complexion SECURED TO A.I-I- StADMAYN SAfiSAPAEILLIAU BESOLVENT. HAH MADE THE KOST AsJTUXIsjIII ti can, so quiet, so rapid are the changes the body undergoes under the inCuccce of this truly wonderfully aaediclne that every day an Increase In fiesta, weight la teen and felt. Scrofula, Consumption, Brphllla In lta many forms, Glandular Itoeaac, Dicer in the Throat, Mouth: Tumor, hodesintce Qlanda, aad other carta of tne system ; Sore Eyes, rjtrnmous Dis caaxxs from the Ears; Emptire Diseases oi the Eyes, Nose, Mouth, and the wont forms of kin Diseases; Eruptions, Fever Bom, Scald He Jul, Rinc Worm. Salt Ubmiin. Errsiiielaa. Aerie, lilacx...

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 January 1873

.? in r It at I r it MX" ti f it & IV f- f ! U. L I . ri. N I s It IP I Pi lh Dv fflttMB putts THOBSDAY. JAMJAKY 23, 1S73. The Wyandotte Grurtfc brings out a new candidate for U. 6. Senator Rev. Peter He Vicar. arassaawaJBMgMWia..sssssssssltssssssssss SOL. MiU.ee furnishes ;a biogTaphy of L S. Kalloch, m an addition to tlie Senato rial literature of the day. It will be teen from our IS'ew York dU patchea that a worse form of horse-disease now afflicts that place. Let all rray that u Mwysot reach Kansas until the Senatorial epidemic ii over. LmKOSTOSE has been heard from, bat, we fear, a boob as he hears the evidence in the Caldwell case he will return permanent ly into the jangles of Africa, far beyond the reach of riviliiation. TiTE State Printing question can hardly be considered a Senatorial test ; but, if it is, Senator Fonieroy seems to have the advan tage. We trust, however, for the good of the State that there will be no attempt to make it a partisan matter. Thi same Comm...

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 January 1873

y " ""Tm r ?3 KrrVlMHH i,32Ba , $HkX-MW&m -TWBEKI 3P4 TaugSt)A.ir, JA3SUARY 23. 183. -j- ; . ' . 1- ii: i Wet tfiSeelti IPnus THURSDAY, JANUARY 23. J873. KOCH EON. Emnwy Firm . Uapaid. Mary Dtfcts Dearer tte Kezt Place Victimized. to be The firm of Koch & Son Lave been doing business in oar city for some time. Tber accmed to ha.it a good run of custom, and no one ever doubled their ability to meet all demand. For tbe past few week it wss noticeable that their stock wa not beicjr re plenished aa fast a it waa reduced, and tbe explanation which they offered wa that they intended to bring on an entire new atock and wiabed to dispose of all they hsd on band before doing so. This wa taken aa sufficient reason and no one made farther inquiries; bat imagine tbe surprise of a large number of our citizens, when on Monday (naming it was ascertained that during Sun day tbe members of tbe firm Lad taken a sudden leave of this city, with all tbeir bill unpaid. Saturday night they boxed w...

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 January 1873

5SrV?3?3E -.i. V- . --k --- THE IJEAVJENWOBTH WEEEXY TIMES, THgSDAY. JANUARY 23, 183. y l X Is re! li" If t I 2 M I Wnh.h pines THUKSDAY. JANUAKY23, 1873. OUT OF BIS PEW. An Old Timer Caught at Some of his Nanghty Actions. Hmbub Flesh too Weak A Love of Women too Strong. An Ipisode at the Capital. The richest thing of the setson in the way or m sensation, tnnspirtd Thursday night in the Tefil House. It's too good to keep, and Tm afraid almost too naughty to tell, but as the ladies will want something for goip daring the SandT interlude, I deem it best to modestly utammer out the following: Thursday evening, a wonderfully fair and exceedingly frail young woman satin the parlor of the Tefft lIone, waiting, as some opposed, for the out-going train. Her pre tence attracted the attention of two members of the Third House, and both commenced preliminary movements to obtain an acquaint ance. They, succeeded, but as I am not ac quainted with the manner of proceeding on such occasion, I cann...

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 January 1873

Jaw '! JU-SH ST -?. T5 THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES iZ LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY. JANUARY 30, 1873. a. aV Aaetmaauy, Jh. IM Time btaMasJasralSST. 1 Wa.2, Ha., H B: ; f? , 1 IC "; MEDICAL. HEALTH! BEAUTY! Stress and Pnre Rich Blood Increase of Flesh ana Weight-Clear Skaa and Beautiful Complexion S KC U RED TO il.L,- SARSAPAEILLIAU RESOLVENT. HAS MADE THE MO.T AlTONMHIri cores, aa quick, ao rapid are the diancee tbe body andarejoaa under tha tnlueoee of Uu traJj wooderfolly aaedldo that every day an Increase fn lath weight ia Men and felL Scrofula, Gooaamptioo, Srpkllla In Ha many form, ulandolar Disease, ulcers In the Throat, Mouth: Tumors, Mode In I ha Glanda, and other parta of tba system; Sore Eyas, rXramcas We ehanaa frost the Eara; Eruptive Dlaeaesa l the Era, Base, Mouth, and tha worst forma of Skin pfipiiii-ErupUoM. Few Bona, Scald Head. Biac Worm. Salt Rueom, Erysipelas, Acne, Blae Spots, Worma U tha Fkah, Tumors, Cancers It. tha Womb, and all Weakening and Painful Die- f...

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 January 1873

Fr'fr Crjd35!3 HV THE IigAVENWOBTH WEEKLY TIMES, THTTJJSDAY. JASTUABY: 30, 1873. -fc !? ! FiT- r- - a K t I IjC f r- it s e te i r i.1- lr jt mttcfclK Slimes THURSDAY. JANUARY 30, 1873. Till: SKSATOKIAIs ELECTION. The Sret ballot, taken on Tuesday, gate Pomeroy 50; Harvey, 24; Logan, 14; Lowe, IS, and the remainder scattering. The second ballot was tai.cn yesterday, but no returns reached U3 in time for the weekly. There is no doubt of Pomeroy'a election by a handsome majority, as the opposition could not unite on Harvey, to whom the honor be longed, by an action of theopposition caucus. Some cmhn-iastic friends of Caldwell as sert that he will cot be expelled. Bat or what u-e willTie be after this expoee ? Womax Suffrage should thrive in Kansas where Aunty Pomeroy takes such a promin ent part. Vi'mi the Caldwell investigation and Credit Mobilier expose it will lie hard to find enough honest men in the Senate lo turn out the frauds. "What is the best time of the year for the payment...

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 January 1873

g.-fS'TCo- . fjfsva -- - - r-i - i- '-f - ?"E -v- t "a,- J juww rp-r t. .J.-TM ?lSrZJ2 -A ?---5acKV-wAr THE tEA VETOrORTHJEkLY TIMES, THimSDA, JAukksplx)iaX3. I 5 t h v . W&UM& IBM, TMUKSUAV,,JANUAKY 30. 1B73. To Tead,cn. School Oficen end Other Friends o Education of LeavenworU: 1 dwt to ohrain the names, ages and port offica address oFtbe Wind youth of the citv and county of LwTenworlb, for the purpose of securing to them educational advantages under the laws of the State. It is earnestly hoped th.t all will inte:ert themselves in this matter, and make diligent inquiry after tho who are living in physi cal darkness, that this mean ol inteliecni" Kent and culture may 1 furnished tbtm, Pieaae act at once, and confer a Ia'ing hei e- fhnrJOB foil nnfortufjite class of socie'y. Teachers would do well to inquire through their pupils. -Address, J P. Bacsermax, Sapt. Tub. IiU Leav. Co. Bofckerv. George Kern, a young man in tLe employ of Herahfield & Mitchel, and a boarder at t...

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 January 1873

4S;- --;vffrp'ri -Sij,r?..J-;'?r-emB -i-17 - - BS55-V - - -v .7 4 .. I 1HB UAVBNWOBTa WBJBKLY TIMES, teUBSDAy. JANUARY 80, J87c. i v . 5, " -r s 'J '. fr I V x p- 1 ,"e w fir a?. BK&W I Wftnklz imt "ffiUUSDAY. JASUAKY 30, 1873. TOPEKA. Election of Qco. VT. Martin ai State Printer. Progress cf the SenatorialKgnt. Anti-Pom-roy Candidate to bs Nomi nated Friday Night. Eevcnty-cna Voles Claimed forPome roy. Tho lTewspaper Besolution in the Senate. Senator "V7inter3 Gives His Views en Eetrecchments. Doings at the State Capital The election of State Printer yesterday eumilic! the member anil lobby wiln a diversion. The contest was so close that it became escitinR. Not until the first ballot wai ttken did the great majority of the Rep resentatives and Jcolcers on rcalizs that the vote of the Legislature were so equally dl vided. The Joint Convention assembled in the Hall of Kepnaeclatives at 12 o'clock, both Houses having had a recces for twenty five minutes previous. Without any nomin...

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 February 1873

TT ?f!R? rmm&miimmmm 3?! Tc '- Ez5?IJ;IrT5ri!.l-H.'5 k , -", -.. wi-v ?r ..f i4 - THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES -w--- - .-.-js. . - i- LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1873. Tlmn Etnbltss-IU7. voi. as, a.. j iy,Jw .iml ;ff . j- Ml I ., MEBICaL. HEALTH! BEAUTY) Stress andPare Bid Blood Increas f Flat sad "Weight Clear Sksn asat Baaatlftil Coaplexioa BKQTJRED TO LI. BAD WAV SAESAPARILLIAN KESOLVENT. S'AS MADE THE JIOsT A9TONL1Hvi conk io quick, ao rapid an tie tbxajea the y mvlerro under the influence of ttua truly woBdarnuiy madicino that every day an inrreaM la leab welht ii seen and felt. Scrofula, Cooaumption, Syphilis In Ita many fctrau. OUndular Diwmm, Ulcexa in tne lProal, Mouth: Tumors, Kodaainthe Glands, and other paras of the system; (tore Eves, Strumous Ihs ekarraa trom the Ear; Eruptive Diaeaaea of tba Eyas, Hoaa, Mouth, and the worst forma of (Skin Dtaaaaas; ErapUona, Few Sores, BcaJd Head. Base Worm, Salt Bheum, Erysipelas, Acna, Blaca laai. Wonna In tba Hat...

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 February 1873

c -,,- , ;-- ht, - -- , !5rs; - " - ---' - ,r,a- .-i. -.-. . . -N.r.rrir?- 'l?'"' -a-.- - c --asi"""- 4 V -jAj-Jf-, - ,-s- TUB liBlAVEKWOBTH WJttJBKIiY TIMES, fcHXTBSDAY. FBBBUARY 6, 1873. BHi9? '' 'fiiSRPWP1?! sr I - r a. 1 LfypHZMJ AS e!us 0hufiS THUKSDAY, FEBRUARY C. 187.' IULDVLL'S TKOUBtE. otIong since Caldwell summoned lie Rev. Dr. Reiser from his flock in this city to attend the trial in Washington. Some days ago when the Senator's case was found to be almost hopeles be rent for Dr. Van Day-, the Coroner. The Senator, in y.tw of thedi-patch primed to-Jaj, had now tetter send for the undertaker. THE CAUlWEI'I' CASE. In our despatches will be found a continu ation of the testimony taken in the Caldwell investigation. The evidence as to his bank account, corroborates the statement that he expended SGO.OOO. At a late hour the committee adjourned until Tueaday next, when the remaining witness for the de fence will be examined, and Mr. Caldwell will make his statement. This will pr...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
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