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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 30 April 1874

35?353H THE LEAVEWOfTJ WEEKLY TIME: xnURSDAY APRIL 30 1874. SIX PAGju. 1 iv- THDBSDA..'::::::BligIi: STEALING AOOTT! of Baxter Three Wise, en .springs, Went Wst in a Covered Wagon ! How They Organized Harbour Covaty, AndHowTIrT GoWilcd It Up! A few iuicuniou3 atJzeIJ8 of B1 S .ringa in tM Slale were ,a,t fa" Uken ilti a rotrtat commendable but not alto- gather ori"lnotIonto GO WEST, mm, wTtk fTio mnnrrr Anil tliev And vrl. wil lmMrti t fiTtirita anil acoJed wagon. Steadily 'bey pursued ,1, Jong way toward tlie M-tting eun, and wfntly pitched their moving tent a day's darcli nearerCarbonr. At length they came upon a countrytbat was fair to look upon, and like Jo-liua, they went up and pooneased the lacd. In the broad and beautiful valley of THE TELI-CID ARKANSAS. TUey struck their stake?, and their was no one near to hinder. The red man had gone and the white man hadn't crme, so the Bax ter men came in between. They were Bax ter' saints and here wai their rerL And they too it and the...

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. — 30 April 1874

THELniYsrWORTL WE EK iX TJLaLCir ia.K) vuaujmjL "i lu-USJLIUi-'AlL. l -lIU awjia'g-y-g ? i y c i- i i. ,' h ' i mtM inws THURSDAY. ... ..... APRIL 30 1S74. risA" s. Tax temper of ilie public and the tine of the press) poimto he cotctui-inii tr.n "Fi nance" ,!! U ll' " ais-rbing qne-iiou ot the neXiSj-ilitical cam, a'gn ! I xuon, Cheap Transportation, and !he Tariff may figure as si le-i-su-". but it is plain enough that (be main iss.ie i!i be Erpan-ion or Contraction o iiteBKtiv We oVerve that, at a recent reunion of soldiers in Indiana, Governcr Hendricks de livered an add.ess in which be thanked the soldiers oi fiat Sie ":"or their f flart in be half of tl.e libtriy "' anion of this great and gtorions ow try " A liitle over ten year ago this sm- n t.u-iislically patriotic iinliiidiid ".iiMf I O ri ' that he never ad vised any ma i u in" -i fi i't " vindication of that libeny, nr in dpfe- f oflhsl imperiled Union itut fiim-rnor Hnilncks i-eiip-pu-ed I i hsvr W . ti- ilou- n the ura...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 30 April 1874

THE IiBAVE"WORTi WEEKLY TIMES: XilURSDAY APRIL 30. 1874.--SIX PAGjus. I r 8 i WtM $ta THrU"5D.VY, ..APRIL 30. 1874. To-day the circus pa "i arceaxarc? The river rose Sleet -..a 9 Inches yesterday, and is still rising. The preliminaries of tic tultpunt the A. A V. W. E. B-arerrogrcsilnElrinsly.. A Urge amount of lumber was ahippel wejt yesterday tU the Jrrow Oauajc. For corrected wholesale and retail tnarket'.re port, ce another column. Hay Lrirgj a very hlfh price, and vary lit leU f umlnf Inlo market. The Odd Fellows fJ quite jubilant OTcr tha. success of their celebration. The fan Juan exclt count baa struck tbeclty, ard a large party will leave for that delectable land cext week, The narrow gufge is do!rg an Immense busi ness. Many of our wholesale merchants ship to tout hern Karsas via thU line, it Wing the quick est route. class entertainment. 'orth Esplanade 'illOat, are all tamed "Maude" by the inhabitants cf that region be cause they "come in thcgaidcn" locftcn. Our wholesal...

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. — 7 May 1874

..- . -'----i -UiM lWJS.t.' StJtt F93Stdm THE LEAVER WEEKLY TIME p 'J t "ouiierin'lrp Fbll.licil liyl II II. jtulltuuy. Jail. 1C1. J XEAYENYrOK'lH, KANSAS, THUESBA1T, MAY 7, 1874. I Vol.gtt, Ao. 19. WORTH r-Jo Jr I 1 r . y & fc-4 (X . t, (""' IhYllI A 1 It I tY Yfll. 1 1 1 1 ll ti UA&H'UI IJ rf THURSDAY. Al'KIL 30 1S74. Oy lb? -41) ir.t , !! motion of II. o Matt. il. Cans. n-i. Hon. John J. Infill?, uf Kanst. j adaiit'td I) practice as an attornry aud CvUis.,or Jr. :r.e Sdprenie Court uf the United Slate. W.S. IIanna, gtnetal dumty of Kansas for the Patrons of Hu-b.ii dry, is prepared to give instruction to any pal t. is wishing in formation bout the older, or wish to Lave a Giange organize i anywhere in the fcti'e. Mr. Jlanna is aIo deputy for tLe ftite ol Kansas for the orgaMZit'on of subordinate councils of the Soveieign of Industry, an or der formed for tbe ineihanict and laboring men. Parties whhicg fuitber information will addrees W. S. Uanua, office of Slate Grange, b...

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. — 7 May 1874

j ajMiixtssmmeGS WnWi Stas HURSDAY, MAY 1874. CUGXTT raUHTIW.0. , The bids for conntj printing were con- eidered yesterday by the Board of County Commiseionens and The Times, being the lowest bidder, wag awarded the contract for the ensuics: term. The farmers will accept this decision of the Board with pleasure, for The Times iccludes on itj lift of subscri bers nearly every farmer of Leavenworth connty. IStPOKTAHTTO BlDDESM. Accepted bidders for rontracU for mail service in Kansas under the advertisement o October 1, 1873, ahould understand that if their contracts are not on file in the depart ment t WashinRton, duly executed by June 3. 1874, they will be treated as failing bid ders, and the routes awarded to the next bidder, the difference being charged to thn and their guarantors. the DEi.t.uj'. The signal service repoiH for tweaty-four hours ending at 3 o'clock, ji. m., yerterday Jo not indicate any change in the MissiMppi river. Since last Wednesday :he water at Vickslurg haa r...

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. — 7 May 1874

i i i if lilfiiT 1874. Kr k r V r! , -2E: "ScEeehlii SfimM'r THURSDAY. .MAY 7 1S74 Tlje Salt I.le tuerilfhas given It up in J rose hime, and iiow bawree coonty d'n't lnow whaitodo with "Bea-Vr " rwarhm and le: hiin go. J. W. Tay or bulnu in Wl.bita f the list thrtday gellln,;ip facta uim.ii which to tae an argumtnt for a new nlal la the Ho'm-s cue. Proutymrde li- ihou-and dollars the other day in m hay i-piilatl.n, aud has e-orc uled that it israorprcfitalie to cat-r i f-ur-Irggel aasts than tu the other kind. Monday ill- DMr.it V.urt wlil eoaver.e. A large rjuiu1-r of iiuor:ait (ih fi ear ou the ducket, ami tli !' will probaltly le a pro longed ooe. Th.grocerj ail Lotioi etoie on the cornerof Fifth ani 2?p'cre .tr.t-ts was broken into early yes terday morning, aud the miney-draTer emjtied of iuoontcnta. tcv.-al hulise.1 calico were alio cirried ofl l.y the thicr Butter and ejj are lelng brought mhythc wagon loal from the f-urrouljdir.g country, com pletely breaking up a 'Vomer-' on...

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. — 7 May 1874

SSSSseSmSaaees: , THE liEAYEORTJl WEEKLY TJlMEB: THURSDAY MAY 7 1874. ' "uuu wuw m, wjaujiiiw vnrr 1 ffeBttMii Sinus THpRSDAY, MAY 7. 1874. - The rsdicgote Is now entirely tad perbsps forever out f fashion. -Aid now they hive seen St to sllci a gaudy y.-lifiToa the Lew boned. ? Beefsteak twenty cent per pound asd my amount of grumbling In consequence. J -Vrhls is the very 'latest. When amsn preslsts (in aklralshlng around the truth lie Is said to "lie 'llkaagis metre." -JvVio Tha'.en'and TV. S. Buikc are busily en- . . . . j ; .1 ,.1 u-.. t..i.l... . !". Slln loicrriswmg iiivoiu uibu ;ju -..-. I. The crnsi.le aralnst the saloons his ihired the kef the bi'.v w th too many nunes it was ccd- U death by the OTer anxious women. ilellci col'a 3 are quite the correct thing r.ow ithepuahas dr juried ; fatso those wide and lira ca'Jars worn by ojr grand mothers years r-i-Th-ieejiersof gambling L-jckci are aniious to in- whit course the new city adininUtrallo:. in Li to pursue in relation to ...

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. — 14 May 1874

.-i'Jj'vjjio'-iii'ui.uer!!aJ3e-Jui-J THE LEAVER TIDIES 1 i2 .LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS THURSDAY. MAY 14, 1874. f rst.IItird 1K7 I Vol. L,Au. lU. Conservative TinWIlinl rjr D. K. ABtlionj. Jan. 1961. J .71 2 .. .-' .-&. .. . t. f- Vi?. aiTJ. - . bMftftfltt.aMfe b&: Mik 1MI dl W?Q1' -. . i- 1- . w -.- A - v-$? -1 I W 1 IT 1 1 W WTF17 IT T V If? VXIX-kX, n l 1 1 J C i I -11 ' - Ik r ,? -. i MMjr SKmes THURSDAY. MAY 14 1S74 'isti: kivn miiTE. St. Joseph pu-rr' annonnc- ilit th first crf overlind frnght, !, sy -f ihe new "couibimtio'i" line, arrived :n that city Sjnday. on in wty from a fur eastern man ufactory to Oden, Cttb. It was rar of wagons, anI 2es forwtr.i t its ibft.iiaiion without breaking bulk Ttie IttroUt, from hich we q'lole, says cars are now wav-bill-sl from CImcmo to Kearnry Junction over the St. Jo-epti & D;nvcr railroad, an-l tint tenly cars are following in the wake r.f the one whoe arrival it ar.nour.trt The r.tw" Jine hi commenced receiving freight in New York ...

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. — 14 May 1874

wrj. . -r e-ri r-Mi- V Ju r K Wnkh itmcs THURSDAY, MAY 14 1874. BROOB1 AW 1XEK. The President has telegraphed to Brooks and Baxter requesting them to disband their respective military force?, and promising protection to the Legislature, me mee to Baxter suggests that the time for conven ing the legislature he postponed for ten days in order to give the adherent of Broofe an opportunity to respond to the call. uof.xa.vt JE-.TESi:K. We believe Holmes, the ex-Poetmatster of Wichita, who was recently eentsneed to the Penitentiary for a term of ten years, ia the only prisoner ever sentenced to confinement without labor in the Kansaa prison. Judge Foster in explaining the sentence said the law in this case did not prescribe labor, but ,.,.le imrrlwnment. The counel for Holtnea remarked that the priacn authori ties would not heed the sentence of the coutt inthitregard.bat on the contrary would make Holmes perform diily labor just the same as other convicts. The Judge agiin repeated the lan...

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. — 14 May 1874

SbS .lLJalUAJ-l-S. UCWMEB mm aiawgEKBoatier ww ir? THE XA AfMWOKTtt fffclMfclt TIMES, TfltJftSf )At Mat i 4 1874. ,J-t ; asa!a-a9B-9 I i u. r i itccltta $Knus THURSDAY. MAY 14 1S74 A tire of tbrfe irches in the tivr fine our last report. Peaches have sUsir.ed ihffiz of fas:n Uowiev county. Corn i, Felling for i dollar r bu-I.el In Humboldt. Counties iLnuearde of Ten cstt'e are arriving at Wichita, and en route thither. Three large henl of Tex csttle hare arrived at Baxter. Jude Dillon ha lieen icvi-ed to ad drvss thettter' m.inv ,it Parronaa, May 27t4. Col. Jor Irwin and Utiy Potter Went on a fishing excursion to the a nner yeft-ri day and had "h:g link." They caught a fine string offish, and anions the number was a wall-eyed pike weighing nire pound', which Uncle Joe siv ia the Urgt cv.r talen from the cretk according to l.i pi-catorial re-aural. The tiro7a?rii "Ii.vp Ee 1 tt'e love u:e long" wa carr.'il 1. 1 .fleet fe-tfrdsy hy a blushing little d.ui- i 'Mjifd Llt-v iTagn, who mar...

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. — 14 May 1874

JJ-HmJiimBUUlLMLlMMl WUExHrBiE&nTnMiiimTi at? , M WinW. ;-0tw .THURSDAY, MAY 14 1874. There Is considers Ve exdtemert over the pro posed enforcement ol the Sunday Uw. The saloan keepers threaten a demonstration If the thing Is attempted. A little son of Ucraan Erendt fell from the teps of his lather's liouf. on tetentli strict, yes terday afternoon, and frattured his skull- So V,r. .r. .ni.-eisir.cd oflhc recovery of .the thlld The bagnio en Seventh street which has proved an intolerable nuisance to He icope in that neiRU lorhooJ, has been "lined" by the police, and the nmates crdered to leaTe the city. Mr. John Hutchison, one of the progressive faruersoftbis county, was in the city yt-steiday-He speaks eucouraginjlj f crop protrcctt; and ays the corn planting will be fiahhelln thrcs-or four days more. VT. h-ve rool.lfctloSs to the Cow-were-fai living a column oMtntry mrtlceef a dtpsrte.lj.ywy' tu ,,ar,buthycallita tuIcWe. Tho woman died a natural death astl.e doctor will tc.tir...

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. — 21 May 1874

THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES Ji JLEAYENWORTH, KANSAS THURSDAY, MAY 21, 1874. lMIlirt 1B. v v, Vol. iU. .. 20. . v tefedtljr gfim.es THUK5DAY. MAY 21 1S74 u. - i.t xntti:KM to ut; paii. We are informed by Ctpt. K U. Kirk, A -'min Qiaittruiaa'sr lhat lie i- ordered I Frh IMev, linker, Hav and Wallare (. ex employee .f ihf Q'larternia.'iei'ii I ,i rtinent, under the eight hour law. Tte t u .mle:-.t K.rt liilev. Mondsv. I he 18 b iti-l , Marker -he 'JOih. Hays the 23d, W "-Hi? li V, e wo'. I.. atvie 4 I n iietin hsnd Nh". lli; .iCUUKZ. If ttie ne-spaptrs faithfully represent lu .'.i- -o .time-it in Missouri, it may be. ac opted a a tact that Carl Schilrz will not b; re u-r.e. t. the United State-.Senate from tis' S ate. The claims of the Senator have been iorrul canva-eed by the press lur ing the post wceV. and the irener.il verdict i aitmi nira. lie is admired by both part ies, hut trusted by neither. Mr. Hcburz u unfortunate in two r!ii. It in his mis tortune to man i 'eft an indiffer...

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. — 21 May 1874

L.-Juu,iJi.-ia.-uij.vuuBa THE IiEAVESWORTi WEEtLu. xaJVlES: THURSDAY MAT 21. 1874. Wttll aHimw Thursday, MAY 21 1S74 THE PHILADELPHIA.CELI3EATI02. The projKj-ition lo vote three million dol lars from the public trcaury to assist the centennial celebration iroject at Philadel phia in 1870, does not meet with much favor in the Wot. There i- a general desire, liovrcver, to commemorate the hundredth birthday of the nation with appropriate dis play, and since Philadelphia is the place where the "Continental Congress." renounced British allegiance and proclaimed American jiidcicnilcnce, there is a very natural and patriotic de-ire to give the celebration in that city a national instead ot a local lorm. The patrioti-m of the American j-jo-ile can Ik- tni-ted to make the celebration what it ought to lc. If contributions are called for in the right p:rit, the resitlenU of every city and lianilet in the United States will Mib wrilw something to the centennial fund. A SIKGULAE.SESPONSE. iigre-...

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. — 21 May 1874

rStcr-nS- m &k&JZX&EzQBtSBS&eanK. THE I EAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MAY. 2 1. 1874. mutu " maczattijmMmiK2mKmsaBKBmmam V, aSHw&la SHimes THUliSDAY. MAY 21 1S74 IHl'OJJTAXi'. A Short Homily on the Art of Advertising. Ii. II. Howeler advertises several pieces ofcletirable city properly in Leavenworth for exchange for farm I1-111I4. S.-e :c In another column. I Aw. &;.'.!. I(jO to 1.0BI1. Money !o loir: on Vrj limr, at 30 per rent, ii.tmet, er. nn :tivtil faui. jt.ii fcOGU IjiiKiueri- ci y iiujerij'. 'lWe nn-hii,;; to Iiorrow will call i Mr. Win. lto Ii, Mule a-nt of tlie Xiitlie-trii Minitil Life In Mjraare tl.nji.y, orrrof 1'iuh arxl Del aware mi cdr. jir27-iJ4iw TO CU-UllierH if i.lne. Tlie Cimmj-ion Olne Co. of Chicago, III., nre turning out a n-w art-cle of glue, which n chti-r nl Ii"t r than any ever before in the umiM. !. ii brir "ail." Tie Gates of Pearl. HirGiizti hIi.,.1) Hie I.titiun vo.c lv-ues, never Ii omr rtiidj. To keep the teeth for ever f...

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. — 21 May 1874

Wt3giS$2&B? fi I n ml li hi1 II" THE LEAVENWORTH WEBKx xxME a: TMlTRSDAY MAY 21, 1874. N K ? v WtMn inws THURSDAY, MAY 21 1S74 The dn;: nuisance U ee"ir.g to be in- to'erable. Hundred of wortbleM omnu m rnnninj; tbe free-a ought to l lauhtered. w a Tiliun. one of our jinjsrfaive traveling sScnt-, return.! J!dr lrom a t ip over the M. R , Ff.S. & G. TwR., br.r , iiSniih.iiriBHstof feTenl hundred new ubtcriber?, Yesterday afternoon tvnt two o'clock, Jotd Ferguoon whs ran over Ij a bujey on Fi t. A fenu?, and considerably- damaged. Hejr .lemjrti'nf; to ctom the Kret-t when :Le tcJiT.1 occurred. The jtrJ niai er of tbe Missouri Pacifif railroid at AtcLion, Mr. Cornellm W Caruin, in stlemptiris to g.-t oa tLe train TfS'eiday taornipR a it wai" passing north fell bereath the tv7: llv moving cars The tracks .weed T-r his right leg inching it fo bidly that amru'ation wan neceaMrf. Mr. CurUin live- in this cily on Corgre- street, between 4ih find 5;h nvenuei. The tro military rrioner...

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. — 28 May 1874

!jmu i jiii JUMLMil -e imi Irt" " 4(39i&B LhlSZ. . i THE WEEKLY LEAVENWORTH TIMES. 1.EAVENWORTH, KANSAS THURSDAY. MAY 28,1874. U.i. Katakllsairei 13 Cttrvj 1t- Fsiwhtlstsesl tT I B. K. Auttioay. Jas. 161 J an. . ai. I''. . B i ,? Pa fftfctklg Sftmts THURSDAY. MAY 28 1874 THE MOKITOE. Mr. A. T. Lockerby, who ha been con nected with tlie Fort Scott Monitor for year-, again assumes editorial charge of tliatpatier. Mr. Lnckcrby is a gnodJjoumalL-t, and con tinues to male the Monitor readable. LACKS DIGNITY. The resignation of State Treasurer liases had the effect of diilving the Senate, hit ting a.s a high court of itnjieachmciit; now the high, pale forehead outfit have gone to broiim at their own lioards and loaf iiiioii the street comers of their resjicctivc hamlets. Wichita Jicacon. We notice a deilorablo lack of dignity in the expressions of the Bciicon, but perhaps a devotion to the truth comtieasales for the ab sence of decorum. THE CE5TEHNIAL LOBBY. The women's centeiiuial lo...

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. — 28 May 1874

THE LEAVEN WORTii WEEKiaac xrftlES: XHIJKSIiAF MAT 28, 1874. SUtntfS THURSDAY, MAY 23 1S74 EDITORIAL ADDBES3. We publichijn this morning's Tens tlie full text of Mr. "U. S. Burke's address, de livered licfore the convention of Kansas edi tors at Tort Scott, last evening. It will 1 found readable throughout, and may be ac cepted as the views of a gentleman who has devotwljthe greater part of hi? life to active work in the journalistic field. Others in the ame profes-ion may differ from him in umxe re-i-cct, but we accord to him honesty gin the csprcK-ion of his opinion', and 1-ti-ak for his address a careful enial. THE SHITH EECETVEBSHTP. i csterdav- Judire Idc, of the District Court of Ijeavcnuorth county, granted the etition for the apiiointment of a Iteceiver to take barge of the projierty of Owe. S. Smith, the defaulting County Treasurer. The Court, while granting the jictition Mstenlay, deferred the apiointment of a Ili-cc-ive-r until this morning, expecting that the bondsmen of...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 28 May 1874

,wiXJ ssxM?SMwarce2932X2Wl THE TEA.VEKfrOftTH WeEKJY TBlES, THURSDAY MAY 28 1874. WttUu Stoa THURSDAY, MAY 28 18.4. A GALA DAY. i Grader ic James' Gram! I'roets sioM or Grangers and Tradesmen. Ho! For the 4th of July!!! There ill be a called meeting of thec'el gttf of the Agricultural anl Horlicultnral Association of Kickapoo and Easton.town shirs, Leavenworth county, at Junction School House on Saturday, ioce C.b, 1674, at 2 o'clock i. ni. Eich rlub and Grange will le entitled to fire Jelegatfr. We hc.e that each organizttion iu the d strict ill be fully lepriseiittd, and ire extend a cordial iuvitaiion to all to come acd assist in the deiibeia'ioce, as we watt to make arrangemei t for a grand Fourth of July celebration in the Twenty -Third Dis trict. II. C Squires, Prep. G W.H.MooRE.Sec-, Tiie City Encompassed by a Per fect Labyrinth of Wagons. o The Coming State Fair. Mr. Alfred Gray, eecretaiy of the State Board of Agrlculture.camedowu fiouiToj-c-ka yesterday ,to attend the rnee...

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. — 28 May 1874

THE IiEAVENWORTlT WEEKjux xiME: THURSDAY MAY 28. 1874. hi fc I 3 i! Cecilia Shims THURSDAY, MAY 28 1874 City Council. A special meeting of the City Council was called lart night for the purpose of making a Kttlement of tLe Ga Company's scrip, considering the award of the city prinlin?, and appointing a City Clerk. Xo adicn waa taken on the Gis Company' ecrip. The rommilt?e on printing reported that tbe Commercial had agreed to do the city print ing at the Frie JVesse bid, with the excep tion of the council irocccdingp, which would lie printed frtc. Contract left with the Mayor. No award of job work waa made, but the Commercial was given the preference in biddin?. The Mayor nominated XT. B Cballa combe for City CIe:k, and on motion of Councilman Johnson he wai confirmed Ly acclamation. The counc'l then adjourned. FA0NTIER NEWS. The Indians Driving in Settlers Beyond Fort Dodge. The Smith Motion Will come before Judge Lie again to-day, in the Diatsict Court, and it U earnestly hoped t...

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. — 4 June 1874

-- THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES. L LtEAYENWORTH, KANSAS THURSDYA. JUNE 4, 1874. J EtIIbl la.1 4 Vol. . 2 CorrTtT EtnbHhl by ) 1. U. Aulbouy. Jan. 1VI. j 1 - Si - Mcchlg Shims THURSDAY. JUNE 4 1S74 RECEIVES APPOIKTZD "flic Di-trict Court, Judge Idc, pre-iding, yesterday apta-inttil Mr. Tho-- Leonard Receiver to take barge of t!ie pni"rty of Geo. S. Smith. THE SETTLEES' MEETING. The settler of Iihettc and adjoining counties held a rouing lua-s meeting at Parvmsve-tcrday. Meeting this kind will accompli-h much good. 1' tion and di-uton-tratisus hy ti always precede great reform-. lie agita-'opulat-c KANSAS STUD FAEM. Next Tiic-cay, June 2d, the annual sale of thoroughbred hordes and coIt will take place atSpragne & Akcr-' stud farm near ljrence. Ijovers of fine blooded stuck fiom Xew York, San Franci-eo, Bo-ton, and other leading chic will attend. Ex-tern and Western railroads have made c-ccur-ion rates to'accoiumodate individual de-irons of attending the rale. C0NGBESSI0RAL-2d DIS...

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