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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 5 June 1873

J LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 5. 1873. Conservative :Kstarili"i hvl I). K. .A-ntliony, .Tan. ltoGl. J r Timpi Ta-.tnlliMliel 1S33, I Vol. ile. JfC. Z2Q. IK ii t LP MEDICAL. The Romance of Cure lliemanj eviJoncci of extraordinary cur that are dally rej-orteJ as effected through DR. RADWAY'S Sarsaparillian Eesolrent KeaJr Eelief. and Perfect rureatlre lllln, in written testitnonials from all pxri of the world. Burpjssin wonder 1 he most extra rasrant roiraclt-sof . eachtntmeut. Poyfticiaot an 1 radical men in all rountnea pronounce these woodrful remedies a tHjfxTwy, tbatmither their vdence of analysis or chemical skill can explain. True, these medicines effect the myst tnarTeloui cures, and restore the dTioc to life, and relieve themott wretched pata- uttering Tijilni of his tortures, in from onrtotwtnty ininntea, and although they know tome of the w Kredients of their composition, and Dr. Rid way has published their formal (withholding only two newly discorered roots), still...

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. — 5 June 1873

Lr- fJT- fc ? '? w.3V ftjk'.C'-IMH .'.igigjly WnW is THURSDAY, JUNE 5, 1873. EI-ECTtOSf or B1EECTOB. To-day the annual election of Directors of the Chicago and Northwestern, and of the Chicago, Eock Wand and Pacific road will take place in Chicago. The Union Pacific men will attend this election, and it is said that they, together with Jay Gould, have a very good ehow of carrying these elections and getting control of there roads for the next year. If they succeed, says the Chicago Journal, as no doubt they will, the "Van derbilt interest" will have the Northwest in their breeches pockets, so to peak, for the next year it being pretty well understood that Gould and Vanderbilt have "gone niook," and that John F. Tracy is with them. mmmm CAl'M'KE F CAPTAiat JACK. We presume the.frontier settlers of Cali fornia and Oregon will now enjoy the de lights of tranquil repose, since Captain Jack and the Modoc warriors have been captured. Indian affairs are beginning to assume a more satisfact...

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. — 5 June 1873

rivi '& '-;- "-l; -j "tr" i -y, S,- 5!js"-5r!g I. i. t fc. K. it. kiV :5 WtM tntcs THURSDAY, JUSE 5, 1673. sricini:. A Man Found in a Pasture with His Throat Cut from Ear to Ear. COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. Proceedings of the Board of County ( ommissioncrs Held Jane 2, 1874. I'cgalar Session ORieial. AUeetioo is called to the svertMe-ml of Dr. Bobaanan, of St Lotus, Ho. Has rep. omuon wax 01 one 01 ine mo noctatful physicians in his speciality in the Wert. -ov8dw The Geneva Cna'erence haa at 14 con cluded ita Ub-jtK and awarded the amount due by England to ihe United States on ao cotwtof the AlsUau.a claim. The amount waa easily arrmd at alter the caae had been properly represented to the tribunal. It would be, however, an imuoMible matter for eren ao lecrned and astute a court aa that to arrive at tbe amount of benefit conferred on Verdict of the Coroner's Jury. Suoday tunrmng about eleven o'clock the citizens in the wentern iart of the city were informed by three breathleM boys that...

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. — 5 June 1873

iy ,'--" --I zz .t . V-Jvy:-; V--?sY-T? V- fcM. ftp E fc3f s K- KV Wai Mwti THUKSDAY, JUNE 5, 1873. KANSAS. Item Collected Codeed from Ktnte Exchanxea. o The Augurta lead mine promise untold wealth. Kanras corn U rorth fiftj cents per bushel if uel for fattening cattle for eastern markets, ia the experience and conclusion of Central Kansas farmers, who have been feeding and shipping to eastern markets the past two year. A circus ajent left "Wichita in dingtirt the other day because he was charged full rates for advertiginjr, and one hundred and, fifty dollars extra for a lot of great, black ungainly cuts. SeTenty-Cve thousand head of Texas cittlc have already crossed the line of the State. Of these fifty thousand head are con centrated around "Wichita, fifteen thousand have gone to supply ten Indian contracts to Cheyenne, and the balance to Ellsworth and Great Iiend. Great excitement prevails among the Witchita Indian, near Fort Sill, on account f the murder of their principal chief...

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. — 12 June 1873

- T5jt' t k THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES. LEAVENWORTH. KA.KSAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 12. 1873. Con.ervBliv 3Ct:i1lih 1 bvl Times KstnbliNheil 18G3, t Vol. as, Jf;.i!3. D. It. -A-iitlitrnj-, .Tan I&OIJ PjrJ3?"' ;r. :, - Baa sBwM -v -. MEDICAL. The Romance of Cure tbemasy evidences of extraordinary cures that are J ly reported u effected tbrougti DR. RADWAY'S Sarsaparillian Resolvent ready UeMef, anl Perfect Purgatire Pil!, In written testimonials from all parts tit the worll. purpura in woiidf-r the iiioi,xtraraint in iraclVs ff piicnmtiiicnt. Physicians ana iaUicaI iuoq in all 4-ountries pronounr tbese won J erf ul reuitlles a mystery, that neither tSeir rince of analjaU or chemical skill can explain. True, thre inej Icings effect the xntnt inarflm cure, and n-storethc lyinS to life, anJ relieve the mot wretched iialo suflering Yistfraof l.iIorture in troiaontottrmty minutes, and although they Laow kouie of the n- f'redien of their composition, and Dr. lUdway ia publieheJ their funu-i...

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. — 12 June 1873

V ff a tt-gs- g&. 2s rJ sS'- Y& WuUu $is TOUESDAY, JUNE 12, 1873. -' MODOC MAKSACKE. The massacre of the Modoc pri-ooerf. by the Oregon bushwhackers only has a parallel in ihe treacherous murder of Gen. Canbj. After reading that the women and children as well an the men were massacred, we are convinced that there are wages without red skin. Little- regret at the death of the Indian prisoners will be expressed, but it is to be regretted that they were not killed before the surrender. TJ.e army that accepted the surrender of live Indians ought to have protected its prisoners. VEBT GOOD. The Secretary of the Treasury has done a itood thing unJer the recent act of Congress creating a Board of Immigrant Commission ers, by appointing as a member of the Board an estimable woman, Mrs. Helen M. Bar nard, who is assigned to the duty of report ing on the treatment of women and children on board of emigrant ships. Heretofore the rno-t outrageous treatment has been extended to emigrants ...

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. — 12 June 1873

ra. ' VZrZe' KID iini ,V"T?n?'$B; il"rJi't.t -C -. - : r tMJ.-'C7 Glassy f J-!. . J Xb n. I- i? t r. -- - - k ccltlg jpmis THURSDAY, JUXE 12, 1S73. FINANCIAL AXD COMMERCIAL .oi-al. ircMK. OrnnUi v as .toktu Tj a m. t LurunoiiB, Juue 10, lbTJ J In reviewing the Market for the week jut closed, we are jileae-i to note, (rrtithtand ing the general uptihy ssiiiclt tiervjilaw briti neas in all eectiou, and from which laatven worth cannot wholy expect to tvcipe), that the transactions in the various depart ments of .trade far exceed our roost sanguine expectations. There is nothing new in financial circles of interest. While money is held tight there are bat few borrowers, and those only open abort call, at the uju.1 rate. Flour and what is hardly up to thesUnd ard; still it ii fair. Ksseipts are light while the aggregate shipment reach 1,900 bbK, divided between the houses of E. A. & E. H. Perry and the various mills. In wheat but seven car load have been received, and that br Hensley...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 12 June 1873

"-J- yr-T- tS? V -- &' T --, -n- -5' r- - s2J& ;, 't&r- "Tl - JtHKB 12; 18T3. i rL - -S v. I COSTETCED FKO- FIBST PAGE. 'lliMwaa the pexrii visit of theewwtby Captain to Browiarille. On hw former wia-ft he had fed Salle'e tiffer to the tune of about three hundred doubloon?; but if he had lost his doubloons he had won a good ahireof Salle's affections, for ehe thought him full as wicked and a trifle handaomer than Budd. The latter knew all about this itateof thing, and his affection for Don Joa-q-i:n iu by no means gushing. Conse epentir he was moody all the afternoon alter heMwthesmnRcIer'egigpulIup at the di lapidated old wharf; and it was ear Jo itnine that there might be an episode in the evening. Hie cmnssler wns no exception to the role of his race in the matter of Piiperrtition. Like all Mexican he was an implicit be "licver in luck. The Mexican idea of that m a curiotn iisvc!iolo;ical Finely. Sometimes ji.u wuuld ee threeor fourcreapers, who had roblied some Milit...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 19 June 1873

i-SSf-i?PF M-syc ra--- zr &' - - V " -&T - . " " v1- - -. --- --"-?-xOJr- -, " aawaasaRRteaaaaa. "" "r? "aaaRsa1 aaV r aH P-i- "er L' .T-mr; . THE i-aa-k F-.s LsCMf U '! "" -3 . -.J 7TJT-1 LEAVENWORTH. KANSAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 19. 187 o rTimsss:XCatfilfi-slicl 3.8CJS, "Vol. iiS, 3C. yt. Coii-'rvativ Kst:illili l ,5"1 X. it. .A-Utlaoiiy, .Tun. XeOi ) o. jiErviaPF' hi l I'U I'.- Hf IS" J I, r?j . --: - r tS3 EKk &. MEDICAL. The Romance of Cure the many v!lenre. ofeatraotdwar 'rr 'hlt are J ly leported as eJ-cted thruth DR. BAD WAY'S Sarsaparillian Eesolvent Keady Belief, and Perfect Purgative Pills, in written testimoitsls from all parts ol the world, surpjss in wonder the most extravagant roiraclesof eochutment. Physicians and m-d cal men In all countries pronounce these wonderful remedies a ueslery, that n-dther their science or analysis or chemical skill can explain. True, these medicines eBect the most marvelous cure-, and restore the dying to life, and relieve the most ...

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. — 19 June 1873

fr rE' c i '- '7 '-,i3-J ''n, y .j win ..i-Svt '!.-- VA9'C KJ" zlgE3& fc T 11 i -f v- -, ,7- f - rfw - A 3- te m r I Ik: te l " Bf lri t &- c ML JM ,r IS V r s- liT i Hi. i - I- V i "i ' llf le K? Ear s fa ftr-r !? CiUs. i c-r . V3ti- . - fc- . . , tasMWa iics THURSDAY, JUXE 10, 1S73. 1HC TIMES. Two years sgo ve bought TheTiiies. For nearly two years we run the same willi the cambined opjiontion of a corrupt United States Senator and a powerful rail road monopoly a monopoly that has robVd the merchants, tbe farmer?, the me chanics and the laboring men of our couDty out of over two millions of dollar?, under the pretence of aiding our railroad system. They robbed u. They did rot give in return railroad facilities commensurate with the aid extended to them. They put the hard earn ings of labor in their individual pockets. They bought and owned State Senator", Leg islator?, county and municipal officers. Paid agent of this monopoly have influ ecl elections, and in many instance...

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. — 19 June 1873

i2ZSTJ5SSl r S", SL 97SK ye? tlL'? stK gT - '5vv: --a naww fflETOMInTOT I S3LJ 11VX1 nkivv t jBWBWBWBBSl f' i i ?s P5- 5SJ im Lv whtg itmts THURSDAY, JUNE 10. 1S73. A NEW ENTERPRISE. Prospects of a Cheese Factory at High Prairie. From infor ntti'in "tinwi vtrnlar we draw the infww- lint ' fsi.net. :n High Prairie and vicinitv will w.n l.av n op portunity to. .nt their iirp!ns milk where it will do them considerable go'- Mr. O. J. Fanuwortb, of that place, was in the city jerterday for the parposeof interectin" par ties in the trection of a cheee f Cory to eon ' Mime the milk of about three hundred cow. Ihe gentleman U alo in correspondence with parties in Olio and New York who have under c-.moderation th i.njed ofcoin ii.g to Karma and eallM inj a Iirse daiijr l.usinesa. We hope that eouietliiii aT come of the matter, for we de-ire to the farming cosimunity jiroejieroiis tip the fullest extent postiule, and we deem the lnitter ami cheese business? one of the tnnst proG'ahle under ta...

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. — 19 June 1873

-. J?'t'tL,TiS i" JsP ?"WJ35!flK&E r s'AJ tV PsV. -..-y"rr-z-M zzrr si-.-iTtie j . -" ..--Ti "-f--: --'i jr .iw-r'c':,n -f.-c " " .,xft- -. - --i 3" "" T'r i-C - nrss-cr, Hf53BS?T-'P5wfc-TlsssB -Vji ' MMB ,jgAjt js- J J Zt" Jn -yr. '' Xf "'a. tci iafit1 -- " i$e- IN v ? '-J& "Ur t$-X r& a- ftBetlte $is THURSDAY, JUKE 19, 1873. COMMENCEMENT DAY. Chancellor Eraser's Address. Awarding of Diplomas to the Graduating Class. John J. Incalls' Oration. From the Lawrence Tribune. Commencement Day toak place yesterday. Again the weather was most delightful, and the crowd assembled at an early hour. At about ten o'clock, the officer?, etudenlii and guwta assembled on the plateau adjoin ing the University, the band having already Uken.l"wition there, and formed in proces sion. The BtudenU took the lead, followed by the graduating claiw. Faculty, Kegenta. town, counly and State officer. United Mtatea officers, chancellor and orator. The proces sion, which was formed by two, on arrivin...

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. — 26 June 1873

h---- r' Conservative TCnUtblinh -t byl X. K. -Yutliotiy, .Tan. IsOl. LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 26. 1873. rriinno 1?atikl!eYafl la.fi -vol. 3?, no. o. ! f? IV t M MEDICAL. The Romance of Cure the winy vitinc-s tf extraontiriar cur- that are 1a ly rcjKrtaJ as e-cLe.l through BR. RADWAYS SarsapariUian Resolvent Uexij E:.r, anl Perfect Purgatire Pils. In writiea testimonial from all unt of the worll. urpusln wonder the iiiot extravagant miracles of eacbintinpnt. Pnysiciant an 1 radcal men In ail countries pronounce thee wonderful remMies a , myrferjr, that neither their ncience of analysis or rhe-nica.slc.il can explain. True, these medicines fleet the moot marretou. cure, and restore the dyint; to lif-, an 1 rpliere the mmt wretch M paln satlering Tiim if his tortures In from on to ttrenfg minutes, and although they know tome of the in gredients of tb-ir composition, and Ir. Eadway has publishej tbeir formal (witbholjinonlf twp newly disrorereI roots), still both French, ite...

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. — 26 June 1873

.-;-,'' ' 5-"y: j a0Wi.S& --,iJ3"T nV I.TTiiS ;r-.fZI5-.v. HTf T -t , ". -'-iiv- - - .--- -.--- - -.--rf t ?;rusi ;.5;.ff..'' 'v-r-rj-n.---- 355S?rti?-. "; - " - 5ai'-i-'-"' Xi B'srf "5i?3;sfrL- -ti lz- " - - ' .-.-i'JTic-'','--i t.- s- "t.i--'&vS?- 83 THE LEAVEWORTH WEEKLY TOCES: THURSDAY, JUNE 26, 1873. - "V m SU. a. mu 3 Wt&h Wmtz THURSDAY, JUNE 26,1873. AXOTIIERfcAEK KXPOSEB. tv..j .t, Uct Presidential camnaiim it juimg " I wan alleged by the oppoition press ttat I Jude Dent t, of Washington, had secured I a lucrath e position abroad for a gentleman Jo return for $2,000 in cash, paid him by one FarranJ, a lawyer of that city. The elorywas extensively published, and was supported by what purported to be Farrand's affidavit. Farrand, who has been out of the wintry, Las jut written a letter to Judge Dent declaring the whole story an infamous falsehood, and the evidence purporting to be " his a forgery. Thus one by one the slanders upon the President and his family fall ...

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. — 26 June 1873

m&bimm 2 Mr iV ' hi Iv, 0, & K"8" It u w If.. ft. H te & !v,-l'. 2 'uScchltt Shims THUnSDAY, JUNE 20. 1S73. ItSowirttr. The Cotnmercial for many yrsr Iij been i.Uwino- nliout their creat circulation in r.le county, tt learned ihu wee itieiri . ... i .i - exact circulation in PiatteCr.y. Jt is only three dailies and two weelclie. The truth if. The Times always had, and now has, much the linl circulation. I'Jaite county people don't take their halt and hall. They have convictions, and lliry are one thin? or the other. Square dealing; is what they want. When you j;o to John SecUer's to boy clothing or gents' fainishing Rood, you are certain to have the beat of attention paid you, for Harry Sewroan is there, and he is the most attentive salesman in town. lie can wait on more customers, and sell more goods in a day than half a dozen ordinary men, beddes jcivitijj tierfVrt satisfaction to all. You never see any one that hnya at Seekler" regret hi bargain, and henever there is ...

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. — 26 June 1873

& y KkX -?: c5 WnUg, M'mtt THURSDAY, JUNE 26, 1S7S. Mlelero l Bcltanny. WeJneeday the first annual commence ment of the Bethany College in Topeka took place and gave great satisfaction. The Com monwealth gives a long account of the pro ceedings on its local page, and says electri- ctlly: "We do not think, however, we are a varding this institution exceptional or ut drwving importance, as it ia the large t a id, all things coawdered, the most impor tant school for females west of the Misriaippi iver. It is an exclusively female college, and its coune of studies and instruction is intended to develop and produce cultivated, refined women. The SUtera of Eethany, a history of which we produced yesterday, has grown from small, beginnings to be a large and tolerably famous institution. This is due to the educational ability and zeal of the Rev. Mr. Lee and his corps of assistants, and to the fostering supervision of Bishop Vail, of the Episcopal church, under whose auspi ces this inst...

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. — 3 July 1873

53 ssswnBsrz' THE LEAVE? 'IS. iv'i -JT TtT5T--1 r CoiihervHtivf Kf t.illil l '' I 1). It. Autluiiiy, .Tuai. icol. J LEAVENWORTH. KANSAS, THURSDAY, JULY 3, 1873. fTimp JC-s' . .:i-lol IS53, I "Vol. U, JN"0. J-.0. fL Cwr;2"--P ?Bm.- mrmmamamnm n i in BgyrrvTTWBagstfmg.vaaBBirgB T a i WF-W PT w--5"' Mr 'rM 1 mI'"mIv'T ' -a nff 14 IaV f J MEDICAL The Romance of Cure the many evidences nf eztrsirIiiir cures that are da If reported aaeil-ciel ilirmigh DR. RADWAY'S Sarsaparillian Resolvent KeHj Eellei; and Perfect Pursatlce hlh, In written tefltltnonialt from all pirin ol ita worll. surpass in wonder the mrteitravaznnt in i raj I- of encinntiuwjt. Physician ami m-ilical iii-i In all couatriM prwnoiincc tiie" wuilnrful reailies a Mgttty, that nilhr tHir -eimce of amlrfs or ce-nlcilfkillci'ixpUIn. True, tbevs inciicinpt. t8ect the wt mirloui cure. u 1 miorrthe dylag to Ilfr, anI rc'ITe themott vn-tcliM pain uffering victim f lifNtorture, In from onetAtirrnfy tninat-. an alt!ini1i they L.uuir...

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. — 3 July 1873

SpSP:!; a E El V IS- ;-? Mffi itmes THURSDAY, JULY 3, 1S73. - RAiar. In Kmsas and other Western States the pjpers have been complaining of too much rain, while in Ei'tern Ohio, l'ennevlvania aid throughout the Middle States and Xtw England, generally, the complaint for weels pvthaP been of drought, lurched fields and diily roacK The rains of Monday, Tuesday and Wedne-day, lift week, however, "xtend ed over all the pirdioil and Fuflerins lesions of the country, and the rejoicings over them are general ami hearty. The corn and po tatoes have thin leen pared from extinction, aid allhough in pome sections the bay crop'.is cut lamentably short, thatlvaluable product is sufficiently abundant in other sec "tior. to milce up this deficiency. Ot'EaX WIRES.. The fourth telegraph cable which has been accessfullv worked on the led of the At lantic, has" jut been laid. The new cable follows from Valentia to Newfoundland, a course almost parallel to that of the cable of 1SC1. Except at the shore ...

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. — 3 July 1873

V."" V V.f ivnp'i iTTIlMf j"t" . Mai - .rm-trj rf-sv. fiCSSV mS se JH I . 11. Iff-.. Sf Sr , :' iMieea f- 'tss'Sjagsjav -. -w.d---aaaaa Wttlh fflmti THURSDAY. JULY 3. 17: One of our county officios is joktd con siderable on the fact of hi Laving applied to five different Grange for adoiunon and been black-balled every tine. He has been advied to blister hi harwls mowing a lawn lie-ore he aiiVc another aitcm;.U Leaping tar 4; lor) ami stie rir. A beautiful l!tile i ry cum- to u rom ilnwn the Kama Pac'fi i O it on the plain.', about two hundred milrs from Denver, i- a vertical bluff seventy-Sve ft liih. A party of hunter recently utainpuJel a Lent of buf faloes right to the brink of the precipice. The foremort brutes, aptrec;a:ing their criti cil rituation, attempted to avert the calamity, b.it the frightenel hundred' behind crowded forward with characteristic jier-istency. The front rank, with !,; tretchel toward each j cardinal point of the co:upi, Itelluweil in ctincert and decende...

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. — 3 July 1873

Ss: "vi'Vyrww.g ?57 J&& &'iw: KJBgJMPB THE taAJBHTWOfiTfl WJ v,yj- V? Jfc si - i- . .3- i,"3 ii? r fc; fcV-3; a." ct. M tjStoltfffi tntcs THURSDAY, JULY 3, 1873. SOLOMON WATER SPOCTS. Recent Rains in that Region. Cherokee .Picnic A lats number of the Cherokee Advocate, published at Tahleqoah, in the Indian Na-j tion, give a description of a picnic at fort Gibson, which seems to have been a very happjand a very motely gathering. The following paragraph is descriptive of the complexion of the party. "Scattered around the dancers were such a variety of color and shade of complexion as can be seen at a mixed gathering in an Indi an country all chattering, laughing preet injr, gazing no exception to the general joy, Africa was represented, as. well an America 3- 1 Euroi. the former keeping at 'he edge of the radient circle. The cene miht have looked to an exterienced bird a mile above like a party colored quilt with a sable fringe." A. lottery Jinn In Umbo. Pattee, the Omaha ...

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