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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 25 December 1873

THE BBATEWORTH WEEKLY TIMES : XttCmSDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1873. M . paws 9iiaThlo TJJEOEMBER 25 1873, THE COUNTY TREASURY Summary . of the rroceedings Agaiaftt Mr. Smith. How His Bondsmea arc Trying to Shirk Responsibility. .Official Roportof the Board of Commissioners. Yesterday afternoon waa the time fixed by the County Board for reoeiring the report of the committee appointed to inquire into, and investigate the financial affairs of George S. Smith, the defaulting County Treasurer. The time aet for the reading of the report was two o'clock, but it waa nearly three be fore the committee filed out from Use room where they had been scratching their heads and wrangling for the but three days. Be tween the hours of two and three o'clock the Board room was crowded with scores o( law yers, business men and financeiers, all anxi ous to hear what the investigators had to of fer. Among the anxious throng the bonds men of Smith were especially noticable. The nice little snm of $67,030 was the i...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 25 December 1873

csj s? srz:-fp-. z-eimmm r- "S--sW. "- " ' : - -- ' - v&.ti.-;; .r7,T5r. VBLJJJUMiV THE LEAVEVOKTfi WEEKLY TEtES: StStJAYi MCEMBEft 28, lgfS.& -c-r v - llMlill SfeS rvv (1(1 THE COUNTY. TREASURY. T IUIHD.VY. DE-EMBEP. V, 1S7S. The ban-miitcy mil wfcerein the Atchi son GltU printing ccmpaDj -" the f LouL type fcnmiry tvere the parties chitCy interested, was heard l.y Judge Delahay, yesterday. The GloU company retained pofc"io!i of tlieir type, presses and machin ery by giring bond for rsfe keeping of the material, and re-rc jr.M:c-tion r.ext Mon day. f?i.ulils. The ibiiowirg cSceia were elected and installed into office December 19, 1S73, in King Solomon Lode No 10 A. F. and A. M , for the vear 7S74: Drright CyiDgton, W. M., M. S. Kotzel, S. . Van K. Lid die, J. V.'.; Mr. Shaw, Treasurer; J. S Kirkham, Secretaly; W. F. KirI:Iacd, S. 1 ; Jacob ShiiTcr, J. D. Vi'hcrc, Oli!! Where has the Money Gone .' Tii; Komlsmcn Busily Engaged in Looking it Up. Slatemcut from the German Savi...

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. — 1 January 1874

v -- lfl87C- tfUMSuSr 3 LEAVENWORTH. KANSAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 1 L874. f Tirnosi Established 13S5 Vol. aJ. 2":. 1.3 J. t. Vtitlitmy, .Tan. ItsGl. J I iJJdbS-iyOy TIMES ra 1 i fj&ez iW. j , 4 L"?it mtdb Sinus THURSDAY. JANUARY 1 187J, ruacvawceciiiT treakckf.i:. Tha appointment of Geo. A. Eddy, by the jCoanty Board, look our citizens by eurpriee. The Comniasiooera had unanimously voted tcendorse the GraDger resolutions, and jet, in tbe face of those resolutions, they appoint a man who bean tbe same relation to Brace that Croiier did to Caldwell. We are decid ed! of the opinion that the appointment of Gillett would have given greater satisfaction to our people. There are hundred of men more tuitahle for the iiosition. We under stand the Board voted by ballot. Why did tbj not vote rira roce.' This is not the dry of sect et voting by public servant. ou.vir Ai'Dirun. Perhaps the special act of the Legislature lJ -tf, -which created the otbee of Auditor lor Liea- Jg venworth county wa...

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. — 1 January 1874

222E3?5 'Xh&hgjR jh- $ 53F to I,:3C frk" ',- :J r--V . J . Vjv" r3V.W-:,r ni.ii. r i -a ! I . ; V ',) I-. l r c N Li" , U -I if "Sj. Mccltlir Stints THUnS-JDAY. JAMJAHY 1,1871. THE TKAUCCKBSOFWeiEH. Xo one who has paid attention to the local events of tbs past few day, Kill feel any kindlier to the cause of journalism in conse quence thereof. Every good profession we know U irjdred bv unworthy men whe as- tam: to b; a part of it. It is the fate of the clergy that lecherous scoundrels, the prover bial wolves in sheep's clothing, gain acceea to the pulpit and nae their opportunity as min isters of Christ to minister to the most hellish work of Satan. It is the misfortune of the legal profession, that it is infested with a vagabond claw of shysters, who manage to pick up a livelihood by fees extorted from ignorant and unfortunate clients. It is like wise the misfortune of journalism that igno rant men, without the capacity to compre hend the moral responsibility which attaches to t...

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. — 1 January 1874

HIP Bui'- -1 ms1 ' ' 5MB aaaaaB QB j- . . -STS ITMmlg &HU JWS THURSDAY. JANUARY CONTESTED ELECTION". Hearing in the Case of Moonlight ts. Bond. SCANDALOUS CONDUCT. Character of Col. Houston's Eve ning Paper. Cowardly Citizen w Botiou Made to Throw the test ont of Court. Con- Attack on a Worthy by the Attaches of that Office. He is Hustled Down Stairs Mob of Printers. by a Argument on the Legality of Such a- Proceeding. A Decision to be Given To-day. .3 Yeslirdaj tbc Learing of the case of Thomas Moonlight vs William II. Bond, both candidates last fall for the office of Shr i3 was heard before Judge Reese at the Probate Court. Moonlight is the conteet ant in the cue. lie disputes the election of Bond, on the ground of a miscount of the rotes, in the eeveral wards and precincts, and also charges Bond with bribing elector, be fore the final vote was jiolIeJ. At ten o'clock the court consvticg of Judge Reese and Mesrs Kngluh and Sin gleton , convened to hear the reading of the plain...

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. — 1 January 1874

--y.-rj-V i .-4pTFoiV"a.- f f? 5 - - "iiWIIlUL L'fi' THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMESi THURSDAY, JANUARJL 1 ; 1874. &: I? is l ,- ; l"S LI ly I I I?- l I R. as.1 -. ar -v-, tWwHg Sltuus THUJ2SDAY, JAXUAKY 1,1874. BEFOBX. Immense Gathering ofthcTax- I'aycrs at Laing's Hall. The IJuildin-r Crowded to Over- liowing. Siieeclics made ly Leading Citi zens. .Sound Sensible Bcsolulions Passed. The Legislators Appealed to for ihe Passage of New Laws. A Disposition -Manifested to Wipe Out the whole City Govern ment. Comparisons of the Present. Past and One of the most enthtuiaatic meetings of the oitires3ed tax-payers and advocates of re form was Leld at Laing'd Hall last evening. Tfie immense building was jammed from platform to stairway with the respec table citizens and tax-payers of the city. No clamorous body of nondescripts or individu als frenzied by imaginary wrong, jbut an earnest, thinking, intelligent audience in whom the undercurrent of a determined pur poe to bring about an immed...

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. — 8 January 1874

E?W -v vw.-- f.TvTisjsr V GoiiHRrvativp KUllifh.-T lyl X). It. Anthony, .Tun. 1B81. J LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 8 . 1874. (Times Ewt.-iblisho rt lSGCi Vol. SJO, 20 a. fe !P tS- i X Wlf . "i.-, Witthh 8JtmM THURSDAY. JANUARY 8, 1874. areitTANT KKiiiniw.v. Hereafter the Daily Timss wiil 1 erv ed to mail subscriber at the rale of SG CO a copy per annum. The Weekly Times will be Mat oat for SI 00 a year. We do not iatead to reduce the size of our pajier, and io intend to increase the amount of reading Miter in both our daily and weekly editions Wkbin the past two ;, since the old rite of aabscriplion w established, there has beea a reduction iu the cost of white ajr, Bawounting to 25 per cent, and also a reduc tiea in the price ol other material; therefore We feeljustiied in reducing the rates of eub- and giving our readers the benefit of price. The advertising rate will not be channeil, tweau'e our advertiser will L-raapmore gain from the reduction in price to stabacribeni...

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. — 8 January 1874

lC-y?to ' EEHI W Bhh &J$Z&&S?3g5' c-S i JS Is. S. IS? & fr I Vs. ?t? k. Hwhlg States THU.J3DA.Y, JA.NUA.UY 8, 1S74. The W'eclly Tuact. TJ.e ollcsl and bett J;r in this State it no furniilitd at one dollar a ynvr, to any uddrett. We vill tend tie Timet and Kantat Fanner fur too dullart a year; Tlie Timet and DemoretCt Monthly Jiryu-iac trith tleyanl 17-G i"ei Chromofor three dullart. A Chrouio on cantos and itretefier, bdelt. eitra. C'BOZlt K. Our exchange generally speak in term of ridicule of Judge Croiier'n maiden speech in the United State Senate. Cro-ier has mde an exhibition of bin weakness, and the very few who were charitable enough to credit him with tho pewotuon of aUlily, witliout knowing to the contrary, ate now conrinocd nf hi mediocrity. UTHER RIIMUK. It in Tiimored that U. S. District Attorney SoiifieM lias resigned, and that his rcsigna tiou will I presented to the Attorney lien eral on Monday next. Tapc'.a Jlladc From what we have heard from other Hoi...

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. — 8 January 1874

'-- - ;HaJ5---:-eS --?& c p' "f v " .T' HBIJ StVVB?' rti JT'i Ha" IJC I'&C K Jk r i i hfVaws- P&& tSfflecfel, Whites THURSDAY. JANUARY S, 1S74. corxTV iuiauii IXGS. rUOCKKU- Hold Moiulay, January oils, 1S4. JN'.giihiressio!i---Onicial. Brsrii met I'tir-tMiit toailjmirnniMit. Koli cali.il with III" following refill!: IViyent, Mtwrn. Hook, Iliall, Hfcer and Wiln, (-1); nls-ent, Mr-ar. Grirr, Will iams ainl W. & I'ltiuinier, chairman, (3). On motion, Mr. Ilixtl look thech-iir. Minutes of tlie t.recediriK meeting were read -and, on motion, were approved. The Chairman appeared and look liis peat. The Smith road laid over was brought up liy the chairman of the committee on .loads and Iiridgex, and reorted, verbally, against the oiiening of the road. Mr. Wili-on moved the adoption of the re ejioit. Mr. Iliatt moved to amend hj laving it over to next meeting-. Tiie motion a amended tra adoi.iel, and the jnperri laid over until next meeting. 'I he following reiort uf the ...

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. — 8 January 1874

in '"- r r"25Ss:ttV- ?-- J! ,-stsa-t sag !.; 0TH V'" --'i r V THE LB A - a, " ' - !-" -X, -r .rj-iti. VV. ,JtS- -y-" ifv'v-3'' ?Jt - "" ' 4j L-&F' rnrnuj tkf. .tvsYmsT-mvsVa vrvirrDHri v JinilV.iA UJPK nM.MK?iJL.Mt JOOMSJM. . U AA VaflkAATOV 'if jft ? B iv fr 1- lW P i. 13 K .-.. fc tftbtfels pmcs sw THURSDAY. JANUARY 8, 1874. Street Batflwar. TheLeTenworth street railway hat passed into the hand of a new stock company. J. P. Fetdbn bat been appointed aoperinten- fJeat. Hereafter tbe can will mike regular trip every balf boor. We will give tbe new time table on Monday. t-atssw Weather Bestarg. The following is the report of tbe signal officer at this place for tbe month of Decem ber. Highest barometer, 30629; 2d range of barometer, 1.118; lowest barometer, 29,611; 2d highest thermometer, 67; 2d range of thermometer, 59; lowest thermome ter, 83; 4th highestlhomiditr, 3; total rain fall, 5.24; lowest humidity, 34; prevailin wind, north, arerage direction of wind south; total numbe...

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. — 15 January 1874

y-'r xKSPIwsWnl r- . . -' ; T&"3j&TSr.jr7t.jrv?cx;y:i?-r.rri9 9exr W- z - iH'jf .r- $? "m gefeyiy-x. is&XSZHi'S THE LEAVE i-.-.,m ?--c " W-' WEEKLY ' SAT.. fc ConnrvHtiv TCta'blinHl"byl D. It. Anthony, Jan. 1SG1. J LEAVENWORTH. KANSAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 15 . 1874. fTimoHTSsit.-s'blisho a I80S I Vol. 2l. N 0 3. . SSSF.r-?-- "-T " E i OKT I I 1 ar H an a LV v -c: lf ir, 5 s?-3 I? r K M s- 1' It - 'rV li. .:? .v ..i' - V f Hsswaast y ai si fep -;' s. alrrltln ginus THURSDAY, JANUARY 15, 1874. Ihe Weekly limes. Tlic oldest and lent faptr in this Sale is nou, furnished at one dollar a year, to any address. We Kill strut Ike Times and Kansas Farmer Jor ttco dollars year; Tie Times and Demorcsfi Monthly Magazine trith elegant 1720 inch Chromofor Jiree dollars. A Chroma on canvas and stretcher, SOcts, extra. CHIEF J C JUICE XOXINAIEU- The telegraph tells us that thePresident hts nominated Caleb Cuhing for Cbief Justice. The Senile can hardly claim tbat Mr. Cash ing lacks the req...

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. — 15 January 1874

r-a?, .- vvV'-i-fe.rx-r: i"r-i jF- '" ------ .- . . KTsr" s I r n if i & m Zi ST, L'J; L i - feavea ii8btfet $inus THUESDAY. JANUARY 15, 1874. - , Owixo to the rumors of great combina tions in New York the coal market ia in a very unsettled condition. A monster strike throughout all the coal regions is expected. Nine thousand miners hare struck at Pots ville in consequence of a'.redudion of wtnes and the manipulators of the movesaent are happy. The Kansas Pacific railway announces its determination hereafter to transport hogs into the country along its line, at about half tirifl rates. This is done for the purpose of encouraging the production of hogs in the s'ate of Kansas. This is a good more. It is about time the railronds were making same return for the immense advantages ac corded to tbem by the people. Mr. Gebrtt Smith has published a letter denying that the state baa any right to inter fere with the education of the people or pro Tide for it at the public expense. He con ...

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. — 15 January 1874

THE LEAVEWORTH WEEKLY 'TDimSi xuCriteDAT, JANUARY 15, 1874. V m v-jb Uidki V wf" - -" -a -7- -r-- ..; i & V !j& ., r. . r M SSmHii imM THUUSDAY. JANUARY 15, 1S74. OUK LIBEL SUIT. End of the Preliminary Examination. The Defendant Hound Over. Tlie preliminary examination of the case of the State of Kansvi aRaint TiieTimw for reivublMiinj; the account!! of the early Kane troubles in which S. I. LecompU? figured eo prominently, came to a termina tion yesterday. Kor fire days the case has occupied the whole time and attention of the court. At two o'clock ye-terJay afternoon Justice Williams, having been informed that the argument for bulb prosecution and defence were all in, proceeded to give his de cision After an explanation and aiiology for lieing on the bench he commenced to re iiw the evidence a submitted, and ex plained liia opinion as to the various point tiialcbyttie prosecution ami ueien.e. rrom the firt it won evident what the decision would le All the point taken into ...

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. — 15 January 1874

H .,-, V-r Ew trrs 'fe- KS 5 I l I .s :ot ty rsssv ..- .- i-. lotcrhlg iimrs THURSDAY. JANUARY 15, 1874. THE COUNTY BOARD. HM Jowrj 13tk & Utfc, 1874. OUR LIBEL SUIT. Eia ef tie Preliminary Exam-isatiea. AppebitMMt et the SUadiag CMiHitteM for the Ei- niieTtm. The Defomaaat BoHmi OTer. Tbe preliminary examination of the cant of the State of Kanaaa against The Times for republishing the account of tbe early Kansas trouble in which S. D. Lecompte figured ao prominently, came to a termina tion yesterday. For fire days tbe caae baa occupied the whole time and attention of the court. At two o'clock yesterday afternoon Jaetice Williams, baring been informed that the argument for both prosecution and defence were all in, proceeded to tire hia de cision. After an explanation and apology for being on tbe bench be commenced to re view the eridence a submitted, and ex plained hia opinion aa to the various points made by the prosecution and defeate. From the first it vti evident what tbe de...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 15 January 1874

V-xt-r1? J r' -W t--5 -u is J 'Wv .y3sv - . -ji-ri 3f. MJ-TT- -"-- w-iSl- r -.i. ...- Kvi HN y c 3 ; '' dlrrhlij ginws THUESDAY. JANUAEY 15, 1874. LECOMPTE'S GRUEL. IaterestiagTestinoay ia Begard to the Earl j History of Kansas. The "Jeffresof Kaasts" Tries to Sappress the Facts. Iasamerable Objectioas Urged by the ProsecatiBg Witaess. EECOND DAY. Yesterday morning the Police Court waa crowded toils utmost capacity.to bear the tes timony giren in the case ot 8. D. Lecompte, against TheTimxs for willful and malicioei libeL The ball opened- short! before 10 o'clock, and all through the day the wrangle continued without any sign of abate eaL One of the moat pleasing featurei of the mora ing session, waa the eloquent, learned, and exhaustive harangues of the legal quartette, who bad charge of the preliminary examin ation. II. Miles Moore, talked .till, deep emotion choked all further utterance. Le compte dilated on bis numerous grei reacts; told what a perfect burden bis life had been, ...

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. — 22 January 1874

.i VVr! -T Tirr. 2t -iS "5 V T X&Zn s. mBS?-" I .. t I .. e f 7 , -&--- s- -?-?- 1 "V '5S"-"" ri 5.V ,j ? T -TffEr ?--v' &v7f-!V',,i X 'if! " V . ' v 'v ' 5 :v " frCi'-"''.'C.i?'' . v l- LEAVEN VTORTH. KANSAS TtttJBSD AY, JANUARY 22. ' 1874. t. . Cnnmnrmtivn ICatn'blishod ty 1 f Time Xeta.felisia. d 0.953 I -Vol. SO, W04. ,3 x- A. Anuony! j an. xoux. j .zr z . . -t3-- r - "ssR&zxsm rwinnnwiii1 JMiiiBiMia iTTni7! mMHnWil. r .i--v jy.. MaSBnBI ITEBA . - . - ? Jr'aa-'r; -.": --' K : f.. fMl fe vJBMwattd 7e -? s iKm iff. -a. ' Ift' I ' i ar r j-- -S v - W - . - I' r l?v t IU r-- TW ;h. m P-IP I "V BJSJBJ 'K-fc iV ifeie iJhfc lf3?t 'jjj gPaa- IO ZTZ i i-eewaj l(tS l"C ISSV"1 li ttkh ilimf.'i VSh- ! ftAY. JANUARY , JS74. tTaaVy 2im. 37.e oW antfietf ie,aUs Safe it noit furnished at one tinar, to any address. We xalltend ' amdKamcu Farmer for two dollan s The Time and Demored.'t MontUu vitk tUgant YiiZh inch Uiromofor dolUn. A Ckromo oh anuu and ; SOeti. extra daTKBuort mes...

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. — 22 January 1874

aaswna"--5. --.-- 5KCT? 'JfP-S'Z?: isr j?p rmMt'inMMaMemrr'.fSBmi.iwm mn xSOHHm'&-i s-:-' isr-1 - OKTtt TUB rnu sgggfvaiaf v:Sgy"t-;y;-aapt ""' t -.. .! -AX. - - ?--. ,-C l- a If t;v ;S" Nr t LS p f it m ? t K Is ?$ WiuWlH gUimts THURSDAY, JA-OJAKY 1S74. Poor Caleb Cushing is of late the subject of many unfeeli-x remarks. An Eastern exchange puts it in tbii way: ''Caleb Curb ing, as a cLilJ, probably tbougbt it was bard to learn bis letters. Ah a man, be thinks it is much Larder to bare somebody e!e learn them and tell the Senate about them." Ir Sneaker McEcLrcn is desirous of know ing exactly what is thought of him by the .Republican party, he should carefully perue the opinions of the press in relation to bis impartial make up of the House committees. The celebrated judgment of posterity cannot be compared with universal sentiment in this particular cae. Til c dead lock in the Iowa Legislature still continues. Orer one hundred ballot? have been taken and still no Speaker. The ...

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. — 22 January 1874

f-A y. -- s e jB',-ii -f1- Sz? ;sz' ?? ;. if Cx"-L X a-- s-K L '. BannwwawaBwannnnBawes-s-- i -ii I If 1R LP- fs lirv '-fer- ssntons ' tfttlg Sftnus TBUKSDAY. JAKUAEY 22, 1S74 THE EASTOX GKAAGKB& TME SIGNAL SERVICE. Probabilities ami Mis Prog-ostie&tioas. l-frn ?. I"rJ af The alii' arnoposia and weather probabili tr, fernisbed by the signal office iu this city si distributed by mail toorer four hundred in this State. Missouri, Iowa and Xcajraata, have been perused wuh great in- lartat by the msjority of our readers. The ttaM when sirpu were not read and propleie aaatde concerning the weather, is not within the snemory of this generation. The old lamer believed in "what the Almanac said" M ifaplicitlj as' he did iu the amilr Bible, Baal erery Tillage and neighborhood had its ecacle, who foretold the weather by certain with which he was familiar, and hun believed in him. This waa confined to the less intelligent however, or to those of a somewhat ious turn of mind, while the b...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 22 January 1874

ys b- -3, , y si r- US LSurf THUESDAY. JANUARY 22, 1874. TERRIBLE ACCIDENT. Result of the Explosion or an Ozolino Xanip. Five Persons Involved flames. in the Oar readers will remember tbe reading in sterdiy morning's dii'iiatches of a terrible accident at St Jeweph whereby fire persons wera involved in the flames caused bj the explosion of an czyiline lamp. As the par ticulars were not given, we take the follow ing extract from the Herald of yesterday : Yesterday morning about live o'clock the residence of James McGinni, southwest corner of Nineteenth and Edmond streets, was tbe scene of one of the most horrible and heart-sickening accidents that we LaVe ever bcn catled upon to record. It was occasion ed by the buretinc of a rsoline lamp. Usual ly in such cases, accidents are the direct re sult of sheer carele&aneM, bnt in this there wasno want of precaution, and the sad re sult is what might have befallen any one. At the above hour, the family arose from their beds, and Mr. McG...

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. — 29 January 1874

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