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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 6 February 1873

-yggr-iV .- . frftTr. LEAV1MWOBTH WEEtY IMES,-THtJiBSDA, J'EB&FART.e. 1873. t ! vr .. . --"Ej- V-P I, i a CcMg itttttS THPttSUAY. FEBRUAKY 6. 1873. TBI WE1TRCB. .lkrJaarr.a4Tfacli Urdu ssWrsrwtaUlwm. bt r. haw. nacui.l ProeeedlaEw, " attsrl " Cesanty BCX,AB METriHO OFFICIAL. Nearly ell the contingencies pertaining to tlie diiCOinfortB of winter, reem to have cul minated in this month. The temperature was low and consecutive, with a mean of nineteen degree below xero, which ia seven degrees above the mean of forty-two years. Nine days in the motrb, the tbennometei went down to zero, and be low, and the mean of those day wa near eight degrees below zero. The minimum temperature occurred on the 29th day of January, when the mercury reached twenty-nine degree below zero, within one degree the lowest on record at Fort Leavenworth extending back orty-one years. Artie wind were frequent, and of umuaal force, and heavily laden with humidity. The number of cloudy day were unusually large...

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 February 1873

rj "i.ric'i1 "i THE LEAVENWORTH w BLE.HL.Y TIMES, THUBSDAY.IFEBRFARY:6, 1873. K- Mg mm "rilUIlSDAV, FEBRUARY C. 1873. ABBIVAL OF SENATOE INOAU.S. F.cc:pt!on of the Distinguished Visitor. At two o'clock yesterday afternoon Mayer Anthony received the following telegram: "Ixor-ii TorEKA, Jan. 30, 1873. T. R. Astiiont, Mayor: In -alls w. arrive in Leavenworth o. train' ot:, he bosicefis men to be at the I'Jautera Ifo-s-. Creighton." In rtspoiw o the above Mayor An thony in Miali . the city of Leavenworth caured general i. -" to be given to all atl aerm of an inform?! r-ception at the Plan ten House at fror oi'ock, to onr worthy and distinguished - l.o: A large number of ocr citizen lhan'i.'j ' a opportuuity, responded to the M r. j.-!?- to congratu late Mr. Ingalla bj fg .H fortune and well deserved hous.ro. ftaxtss in hia new cM va the general wib, villi the hope that when he fhall go out, Le may go aa he came, with no tarni'h to hi name with but an unanimous sentiment of approval. gPE...

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 February 1873

iKLA 1 H S3" S?R?3R- ?-' ttfrv -?V THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES CetMerwallre MakHaaesl ky I s. at Aatasr.aa. Ml. J LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS, THTJKSDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1873. Tlaa K-t MkkM IM7. Vol.SS, IVfcUH . m J ' Hsc m a am I 9 . -. - m m I a fe I't 4 l. A II Jmi aaBBawawaaBBBBj.. ,- . T Eftv-VJn aper L '" 11 a- CO r -- - Qua. v Btm(ti Cart m if aalreklw iutts THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 187SA the . ci There U aa effort amag lb BMmhrie the signal oorpi to lure the regulatioaa M changed govertaag this body that after limited service in this field there ahoald he another of broader scope tato which they ahoald be promoted, if proficient and worthy of each promotion. At present a did siaat ealiatim the corpa for five yean, aad with the limited means which he gate he will be bo better of, fiaaadally, thaa wbea be entered, asd will have ariuired kaowledge of not the leatt practical valae outside of it The introduction in OoagreM of a maaanre to increase the pay of all eoa nested with the signal ae...

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 February 1873

- eTi"7TvstmmmBSBteageaBn a0rBaBr T'.aWfeBmBBBBBB, '' '. 'aaw""l 'saT aajaa "i'i iMH ' IHMn Wi .jaw ' ' j Mwgfww. Vllf"i i1 i W II -.. ;-- - . - - " 9 A'miissgSf- wT&m' sac i-wmi'T - ----.--- 9 1 J I--a - -j -af m -zr: tha- c r i u Mi at I II wt eat -8 ,r ! 1 LIT I an j- i .?- lata' I--J . tiUeMg .finus THUBSDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1873. VEST KIXB. It is very kind in tie Yutlr. Investigating Cmittee to allow Login lo appear and testily-tbat lie was a candidate, and to say that he had no arrangement with Pctneroy. It is well understood that Logan was ose ol the clique in this locality who were pledged lo aid Pon-eroy in consideralion of Foinc roy's helping Caldwell. T:lE JmETtFOIeI POlKLlLI This conibersome machinery seeras alto gether disprorxirtionate to the amount o! work to be done by it. It like taking up a kledee-hammer to crush a fly with. Cm jnercial, Jan. 23. It in cot an uncommon thing fur a man who owes a rum bill to a Councilman to be recommended to the police force as a me...

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 February 1873

rF SS1' S- .rv . npyssv. r y ya m MKtHCXh. HEALTH! BEAUTYl , Strang and Pure 10ckBlo4 ImcreMC cf FlesL aai WJtt Okar Sksa ud EeuUAd Coajtoaa ' KO UIIBD TO XI(L. KAimA Y'fiJ SAfiSAPABILLIAN KESOLTEHT. HAS HADE THS MOsT ASTON ISHIae cuna.aaqnick.wnfU as ta changes ta body oadergges under Um Inlnaans f this traly wonderfully asodieia tkat weary day as lactam Ufieshwsight lessen and ittt. Scrofula, CuaaampOoa, Brasilia la Hi away tanas. Glandular Duasse, Dicers la ta Throat, afoota: Tumors, Nouetlntk Glands, and ether parts of Uu STStsat; 8ora Eyas, Btrnmont Dis charges boat the Ean; Eraptiea IMaanai of ta Eves, Note. Mouth, aad tfaa worat farms of SUa Diseases; Eruptions, Farer Bores, Scald Haad, Ring Worm, Salt tthoum. Erysipelas, Acs, Black Sputa, worms IB so fiata, iworai, mwiti in toe Womb, and all Weakening aad nil dotal Dit- eharzes; Night Sweat, and all Wattes of the Life Principle, am within tha Curattr raofa or Bad- way's eiarsspariiuaa a asm rani, aaa a n asyr uaa will prose ...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 13 February 1873

IJiA-&& 9 jHeP5- i 1 I t rust a t lift 4 fs3I STwMg $ims THUBSDAY. FEBRUAKY 13, 1873. ceseBEnsiBAi appotijikmt Senator J. C. Wilxon, Chairman of the Committee on Apportionment of the State Legislature, will call that Committee to gajthar oat day thia week, and shortly there after report a hill for the dWiaion of the Stats into Congressional Districts. The Chairman aeema disposed to consult the in terest of all aecticni of the Sute in the form ation of the District, and we have good reason to fcellcre that the Apportionment will be made Ertfaidcry to the people, with out ngard to the interest! of politicians, who art seeking election or re-election to Con gress, THE KlflMr ICI9D OF A !. Speaker Kellogg did a praiseworthy act when he appointed Mr. Hntchirg, of Neo sho, at the head of the ifoaM Branch of the Joint Comaaittee to inquire into the charges "against Mr. Pomeroy and members of the Legislature. Lieutennr.'.-Goyernor Stover also made an excellent selection when he se l...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 13 February 1873

U-A- LV f ? VJta,JLX vvjJDj jjU i i IMJiJS .lfTapt, i- . . "i .., saw 4r "KT, pJvri&SaBtfS" ."" ttt M,pt- ria.r aj nJ Wfcas 'J UKU'I . I , . I - ' ' " " ..-ill l awn , - ' ll,"',1 - rf T-. - 1 1 . 1 1 1' i " ' 'rii'TBrBKiBw? ii. u-iaJSraaaasaaasMMaBsaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaM V stf A 'a, i HI .JM 7 ;.-Sv B Bteclila itnies THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1873. The funeral prooesaloa of Mr. F. M. Smith was at Uiis lime oa Grand aveoue, near the icene of disaster, and atopped loos; cooagli to lemovt the debria and recover the bodies of the dead. Ti.ia strange scene, of the mournera or the dead in search of the dead is made more singular by the fact that the Loebatid of the nnfurtuaate woman, was at that very moment carrying the remains of another unfortunate Tictim, wno was uuown from a buggy tai instantly killed, but a few minutes prerioos to this. Itwssa strange list of mortality, with husband waiting upon the dead, wife and child asleep in death, and those who wern paying the last tributes...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 13 February 1873

t VAtiv IV, ,HX nr- ?ffy;'a I i V i r. ) TaP'fP,9l!J" IS wo la I WtM tmts THUESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1873. rMKOT-TIK. In to-day's Times we publish comjjlete racord of the great cowpirwr thatoTerthrew Senator Pomeroy, and made Col. York the hero of the period. We cannot grace the tory of corruption by any comment!. It is complete now. Col. York'e statement of the Land; Office bargain, which follows ihe Brintedtealimony.il a fitting conclusion to the chapter of corruption. Let the various clergymen to-day ask heavenly indulgence for York as well as Pomeroy. YOKK. " I know of several members of the House who have money in their pockets now for their votes. I will not stale now who they are, but will develop the facts at the proper time." These are the words of Mr. York in his speecn against Senator Pomeroy, on the 29th tilt., in joint convention. On the Cth instant, in the Senate, he (Mr. York), made this remarkable statement: He wan perfectly willing and anxious to tell the committee what...

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 February 1873

V" ---s- THE LEAVENWORTH fcEKLY. "TIMES. 1 -"- w aerratlT atetaklUacsl hy l. K. AsaitaoBV. Jews. Ml. LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS, THUBSDA-Y, FEBRUARY 20,. 1873. Tlmr-s Vol MEDICAL. HEALTH! BEAUTY. Strong and Pare Rich Elood Increaw of Flesh sad Weight Clear Skan and EeautlTul Complexion 5 KO UH, ED TO A. I . f - SARSAPABILLIAN EESOLVENT. LTAB MADE THE MOT AJTONLSIli.".. O. cures, so quick, so rapid arc tbe chaagt. li. body undergo under the lofl'if&cc of ibli irul wonderfully medicine thmt eTery day an im.-uw ia Besh weight U Men and felt. ocnssia, vonaumpuon, eypnius in lis tuatit vunuuil alsesss, UIOPI O. . rili imts THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20. J 873 AS iniEBATlTC urTV. A telegram has been forward-.! to Waah ington wi'h Speaker Kellogic's name attach. THCriBKPAII). It is amusing to witness tbe facility with which some men and a few n:wpsp? re are preparing tie way to favor with Cildwell again. In the belief that the Senate will THr. XZH.IH COIWT- BO.lD VASE. The following important case ha...

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. — 20 February 1873

s--.' THE UEA7JCN WQKTH WEEKLY TIMES, THUKSPAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1873. 1$7 milum ts THURSDAY. FEBRUAIIY 20, 1873. CALDWELL. Tie eeejvatches prided in to-day's Times Elior conclusively that Mr. Caldwell's Sena torial career is almost terminated. The -po-t of the CoanailtA i eolid against him. It reviews the raccey transactions at length, aud present to the gaze of the Senate a col lection of corrupt bargains and disgraceful purchase? that calls for immediate and em piilic ; rthuke. Xext Saturday Senator Morion's resolution declaring Senator Cald well's election illegal, will be adopted, un less in the meantime Caldwell shall have tendered hi resignation. He cannot remain jn bis plsce after the pcathinj, sweeping and clinching report of Committee. The Senate could not tolerate it. The Xalion would not submit to it. Vi'hilc we shall not, in these column', ex ult over any man's disgrace anil humilia ti jn, we are bound to congratulate the hen e.t peop'e of Kansas over this signal, honest 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 February 1873

THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKfcT TIMES, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1876. WBuin IUKS THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1873. THE CALDWELL REPORT. UoTvIhe 5ewa Was Bercived at the Hi.rae of the ."cna.or. Tlic full retrt of the Senate Committee on Elections anil Privileges in the Caldwell case, published investerday morning's Time, was read in this riiy with deep interest. For the fortr-eight Louis irecveling tlic publication of th report, every item of in telligence w.a carefully read nnd commented upon. The newspaper offices were "linnor fj" with frequent callers to examine files of the Chicago Tribune, St. Louis iV.uWtB, Jkmocrnt, and GMx, with the h'.pr of ;; ting information rnd opinions aliont the cne from the special Washington dispatches of these paper, that had not hcen published in the as5ociated press report'. The friends of Mr. Caldwell, who were over-jubilant a week aco, lj;an to ishow eijrns of de ondency when the dispatch came announcing that Caldwell had 3Ied the coaimitlet; lo deity the repor...

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 February 1873

-r . THE LEAvMWOKTfl WJSBKLY TIMES, THURSDAY. FEBRFARYi20, 1873. W&nkln Wxnxts THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1873. ELOPEMENT. Iilr. Frazicr Does it up "Brown.1 Stera Parent Mourning for iis Missing Daughter, and will not be Comforted. So earnestly hsa oar city zettled down to the routine of every day life that it is not of.en we are called ujwn to notice anything isyor.d tie t-'kirmiplies which occur in tie Tjittle of real and trial duties. But Ifaia time a cpy has been within the enemy 'a camp and succeeded in carrying off a prize. Some few wetka go Jlr. J. Frazer, a printer in the employ of Mr. Ketcheson took boarding at the Seneca Home, kept by Dick Brown and hU wife. The moat attractive part about the hotel waa the young bewitching daughter Rianclie, well known throughout the city, and who, jierliaps, had more to do with the fucccss of the hotel than any other particular. Mr. Frazjer, like most joung intn, wad very eusceptible of the wiles of a good looking younj; lady, and goon it...

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 February 1873

THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES. LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 27, 1873. Tlinr FibIlI etl 1S37. VulK'.'S No.U aerratl Esjalla.l k f. K. Aalkaajr. Jaw. 101 f MEDICAL. HilALTE! BEADTYs Strcni A.i.ii'ure, Ikicb. Blood lncreaa of Fla-li .iud Weight Clor Sksa sud EevaUful OompleTJoo .Sr'iillK!) TO A J I.1VIA . SARSAPAEILLIAN RESOLVENT. HAS MAIti: THE MO.T A-lTV.NllH.5." cures, Muiiics:, sort'-d Are lb tiiaajc ill body undergoes under the iu.l..su- at this Ir ! wonderfully medicine that every dsy an li.r.... In nevh weight is -en and fell. rJcrofula, Consumption, Syphilis la It mi) terms. 'llandulax Disease, Uioers fu the Throii, Xauto: Tumors, Node iu the illsti.l., and vtL-i parts of the cysWm , tre Eyts, ritriHious l.s chargee from tn4 Ears; CraptUe Diseases cl the Eyes, Nose, Mouth, and the worst i.ru ..I -Lis Diseases; Krur.tioui, Fever dares, c-Jd Head King Worm, tUt Khear. Erysipelas, Acue, cXul Bpou, Worms la the Flesh, Tumors, Careers In the Womb, aad all We&kraiiue r....

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 February 1873

THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES, THITJBSDAT. FEBRUARY 27, 1873. Wnl&u fifimws THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 27, 1873. THE -SJ-TROssl.ITA? POLICE BILI Senators Moonlight, "Winter and McWhirt, unanimously agreol to re-ort against this bill, anil it was on Friday killed in Commit tee of the Whole in the Senate, The bill wai gotten np for prnnal end, and was in- niiitmu in .fa nrnrmn The sound judg- ment and Kood a of our Senators saw It. . , . . -. m - delormityan.1 puta quietus upon it. ihanks. tlAIiCII lAtlUKI. Senate bill 2Co. 115, to authorize counties to i.ne lionl-i to aid manufactories, has pis.-ed the Senate. The bill was introduced by Senator Moonlight, and is for the pur pose of enabling our county to assist the t-tirch company that hasasrecd to build their factory in thu city. Yre hope it will pass the House at once. - - - .... ..... V. I rsu: i:.i;i.i.s-iiEL.HAT c.tKE. "W read the chareea made by Anthony at the time l.e was pitching into Oiborn so fu riously, but cuulcl not fee that ...

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 February 1873

THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 18 rf, I T-. tSBeelils intM THUBSDAY. FEBRUARY 27, 1873. THE FAIRIOEXr GHOST. Soi irtfclae; Aboat Us GhMlsaip Acquaintances. and ?plritaal Exeit-ment ia the And MuToaciiags. VH'aje The dmizens of the Tillage of Fairmoont, j tea mile, fro lh city, have been in a high state of excitement for the past ten days, owing to the presence of a Teutonic Ghost and its willingness to hold communication with flesh and blood representatives who walk this mundane sphere. The appearance of his ghostship, together with frequent meet ing! of the members of an organization known as the Liberal Progressive Associa tion, hare rendered rural life in that locali ty anything bat dull and spiritless. To give a spice or zest to the excitement, the spirited Mrs. Parry (poke twice in tbe school house of District No. 36, and the announcement of ber lectures was sufficient to fill the building. With a view of somewhat allaying the ex citement superinduced by 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. — 27 February 1873

THE rE A VENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY, tfEBRtfARY 27 187& jMjrfliJEgaJl Wittily iimcs THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1673. 1CTISS OF 'J HE .SNOW STORM. Death or T. A. Se.vfre at the Sisters' llocjtital. Hip .1111111ta.iu11 Tp-tcrdar. On Tuelay (18tli) we 'jmblbhed an-c-coniit ol tliP arrival anil condition of the buf falo hUnters who were out on that terrible mow s-torni that prevailed on the plains during the Iat we-k in Januarv, and bo bad ly frczen before roiliin; the settlements. The Iiuntcr- were taLeii to tlie Sistera' IIcsv pital, where ivcry ruoliral attention was rem!, red. Dcsiiite lie uiut careful nursing and efficient treatment, however, one of the hunters T. A. Srvfrt- died yesterday. The I)r. Thomas yesterday amputated the right leg ol R. March, above the ankle and acipntaled his left foot at the instep. Mr. Matsii i from Worthington, Indiana, and there are fair prospects of bis recovery. V. A. Malory, of Detroit, Michigan, had liclli feet amputated ju-t aliove the ankl...

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 March 1873

THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES erratic- Establish by 1 t. R. Anthony. Jan. Itssil. LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 0, 1873. Times Esfnbltsh nlH57 Vo-.'HSo. i MEDICAL. HEALTH! BEAUTY: Etrocsj ana-furc Kick Blood Increaw rf Flesh and Weight Clear Skan and Beautiful Complexion .K'MMtKIJ TO ALL ltAIAY'. SAltSAPAHILLlAN EESOLVEKT. it a.- mam: the mot A-rrusisui-sc. dj cure., eoquick, so rapid arc the changes he Jy uti "srgorts uriler the influence of tMe truly won Icrfully medicine that every day an mcrea.- u. a-uu cunt is seen ni leiu rvrofula. OmMmi.tl-n. bTDhUi. in Its msn forin., e.UnduI.r !. jftcen In the Throat, Moc'h: Tumors, 2odelu the Glands, and thr parts of t he- y slcta ; Bore Eyes, ctruinous Dis - charges Iro.n the Earn: Eruptive bixeasts of the Eyes, ?,o. Mouth, and the worst forma of ikln Ols'aj, Eru;nns, Fever Sore-, rxnld Head, Ring Worm, rwJl Kneum, ErysitJas, Acne, iiiAtt "toots, Vi'onj in the ilesh. Tumor. C-incrrs in chwKM: Mht direata. and all Wantet of th Ur rri...

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 March 1873

THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY, MARCH 6, 1873. r? iip' j ; WuMn mmts THURSDAY. MARCH G, 1S73. cmiiRi; c c!MTHEn. IJie lonnionr before the Senate Investi Latic; Committee from a large nnmbir of witnee. is that Crovrlher, Secretary ot the Senile, told them he iad rtceived 5.0,200 conscience inoner. The proof teems posi tive. Kxjk-1 him at once, acd gtt rid of the gainUiiV jiiuip. MXKtSKA.WD KASM"i Lut Friday tie members of the Nebras ka Legislature were the RCPfts of Kansas, and were hospitably entertained at Topeka. Tlie vi-sit of the Xebraskair.s was purely fo rial. It had no iwlitical rigniGcince what evrr. snd we believe it was not intended that u s'.u'iid have- 1'erhajn it did occur to the originator, of the excursion that the Ne braska JpisJatora might learn rooictliint; of sharne dods from the wary Kanani, bat sre apprehend that the representative? of ebra?ka are thoroughly conversant vriin an ihe tilia.es o! political chicaner?-, and need no instruction from any quarte...

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 March 1873

THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY, MARCH 6, 1878. c(MccItIll jKnKS THURSDAY, MARCH 6, 1873. rtMrolwgleaU CMdlllaaa tlM Month r rekraauT,aal their Ufeeta Vcfecatfass. BT T. HAWS. Immediately on entering the month, the previoun severe winter weather reined, and the first three weeka were rather mild, bat the Ian week relspsed again into cold acd rough weather. The mean temperature of the month was SO degree?, while the mean of four jean was 31 degree 15 minutes. Riin fell to the depth of 1.03 inches; and snow l.M inches. The grain fields were uncovered earlj in the month, and in good condition. Since that time, the have been exposed to the weather, and it is jet too early to pass upon the proects with any degree of accuracy, but would consider the prospects favorable in thi county, and no complaints come from any part of the State. The melting of last month's snow, with the rain", have put the ground in goad condition for the growth of the plant, when propitious cir cumstances co...

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 March 1873

THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY, MARCH 6. 1878. 7 HE TARCI1 JRY. MliOOL HEMS. MEDICAL. GIFT ENTERPRISES. CABPETS. MEDICAL. MEDICAL. o&dilj! imes THURSDAY, MARCH 6. 1673. the ui'im::: xisouui. I'rosrcs of the Northern raciflc aud its I'ATetU ir;; :!i St. Loui Eep-ib lean. Toll. 21-1 The Uiier Misoari river business e3 likely to intct vith a severe check from the circntinnce that the award for carrying the Government freight to the frontier porta on the headwaters of the Mi--souri and Yellow stone i, or h like. to be made, to the Northern Pacific Kailroad Company. It is exrctl that thi road will be completed through to the Yellowtone. early in the ea.3on, and as there are few inhabitant', the prospect for buine?s for the road are lim ited to pecuriii? this contract. This com piny i at p.-ewnt in a po-iition to do the Government iimineM at a very low rate. In relation to these movements on the Upper Missouri, we Cod the following in the Leavenworth Times of last Friday: "Yes...

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