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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 4 June 1874

T "ir-T- THE IiEAVEIjjrWORTil WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY JUNE 4, 1874. " -p mwm Wiulih gjiimts THURSDAY, JUXE 4, 1S7-J. BENJAMIN H. BRISTOW. The President has font to the Penalc llie r.uTiiination of Mr. IVnjamin H. Jlri.-tow, of Kentuckv, to lie Secretary of the Trea-ury nee Kicliard-oii. Mr. JJritow U a lx)tii illt? Lijrycr of fine talcnU and cxlen-ive itraclic-e. He lias K-rved in the Treasury iV-artinent as Solicitor and is jirolialily faaiiliar witli the diities vliich lie will I . tiled ti-ion to ili.-charge, if the Svnate ssii lirms the nomination. Ii-iatcliei from Wa-hinjjton, nji to this writiiiir, do not an i..i:inoe lii confirmation. BISHOP KEIGE. i lie jeoil in great niiiiilicr-, for the lat Iay-, have ln-en jiayinif their re-fin-cts to ili-hop Meige, -ivin? liini a heart-felt iel i ome home from lii- t!ire years visit to a iorcigii laml. Tin gNl I'-hop is honored md lot eel liy all -. mkno".v him. In his na turv, tewler and affectionate as a child, he irnMihly makes friend ...

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. — 4 June 1874

EbC THE I EAVENWQRTH WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY JUNE 4, 1874. ', ' ! "i t B "uUcckljr gKnus THUl-SIUY, JUXE -J, IS.- We rfure our readers will thank us for caliio their at.er.lioa to the very h-nd-some advertbemtnt of the Exceltior Manu facturing Co , ol St. Louie, as it would he useless fur u to try to say anything in favor of the great Charter Oak Cooking ?tove. Thfc very word .uggeU the thought of a well cooked uieal,fullowed by easy digrrticrj.vigor ouiheiltli. with a desire to have t lui'y of real work, to ssy nothing of the comfort of a happy, oonlt-nti-vi household It-J Aw Postal. IVtet-office changix in Kannaa during the VfTvk et-dini; Alay 30, 1S74' luiui-Mini l Wo. Vaa VJeck.'of the IVf-t-cffice-Dtriart-tiient. ETEIJi;ntI. 1'ark'a Fort Tiegocourty, J IKnry, I'ot-lmtt-'.tr. NAME CHANGUl Eugenia, I!ice county, to Alii- roT.MA--Ti.JLS AI'I'OINTI i Carriboo. Butler couuty. Win. if. Mc Craner; Eagle, I'ottiwatouiie ccLiity, I.. C. I'runty; Lake Sitlcy, I 1 ml comity, C. 51. Allien-...

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. — 4 June 1874

-f5!&agK THE IJBAVENWORTil WEEKjux xxMES: THURSDAY JUNJS 4 18. iE BEr4 5f tf1 V HMa Simw THURSDAY, JUNE 4 1S74. Boy Hung. Lart night a woman, named Smith, came to police headquarter accompanied by -er boy, Charley who bad been nearly strangled to death by being pupended by the neck from a beam in a shid, Fomewbere In the itinit- ot ihe Sixth street brewery. When diicovered life was nearly extinct,and it was some time Ufore be could explain the posi tion in which lie was found. He rays a boot-black, whoename Lc.is unable to jfive, rtrnng him up and left him ti his fate. The police are investigating the clT-ir. Railroad Accident. Man Killed and Another Wounded Two extra stoc- train, wtnt out from thin city day Ltfjre jcVerday uiorninj; on the Chicago & Kock I-land r aJ. NicttymiUi out the first eection of the cattle train jnwl a cnnlrtitlicn tram, ai.d tLc conductor lisil ed to notice the red Has innoundng antthcr train comirg The rcult wa a collision with the i-econd tock tri...

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. — 11 June 1874

LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES. i FatitkllakMl lHr, ivi. , Mo. 2. LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS THURSDYA, JUNE 1 1, 1874. ' "cincrvrMve. FslKlitl-ririt hy I. ICAnlliuny. Jnu. lstil THE .- W i IV r i . l J te WnUu Wmw TIIDESDAY, JUXE 11, 1874. C0HOEZSSI05AX-FIEST DISTEICT. There will be a meeting of the Republican Congressional Committee of tlie Firt Dis trict, at Manhattan, on Wednesday, tlic 17th tlav of June. - VICE PXESOEHT WILSON. The impression is quite general in Wash- ingtoii that Vice President WiL-on will never again be able to occupy the chair anil pre Mile over the deliberations of the Senate. The CAron fete says his eye bight is failing, and the duties of presiding officer are i-ueli as to aggravate his ailment. CONVENTIONS. Tk- Republican Congressional Committee which meets at Manhattan on the 17th inst., will probably designate the place for hold Jng the convention in the First llistrict. It is the general impression that the com mittee will call the covention to meet at Leavenworth. ...

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. — 11 June 1874

VJ"JUtrm M-mi-H. 1 J ' J13W i- 'UI4JSIIS ml L 1 1 jm J &tiwrltji.f. THE LEAVENWORTH. WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY JUNE 11, 1874. t sw WtM& ims THURSDAY. JUNE 11, 1874. BESIGHED. Ye-terday Mr. F. I. Fittwilliam resigned tlie io-ition of City Attorney. The reasons n hich induced liini to take this rtep are ex plained elsewhere in this pajier. Tlie public will rvgrct his resignation. Iecatie he i an ahle lawyer and an upright man. A GOOD WOED. U'e transfer to our column to-day an ex ofllent editorial article which appeared in the Tojwka Commonwealth, la-t Friday, under the head of "Justice to Leavenworth." AVe thank our Topeka coutenijior-iry for ita gc-n-ert.iis acknowledgement of what the jnetrop li has done for the State. JUDGE JtlLLTES CHABGE. We publish thi- morning the able charge Judc Miller to the jury in the Jenni-siii-yhr, lpgus claim ca,.. While the charge n made fairly and justly toward Jennison, we fail Id - how, with the; instruction, an li.inot man could iijtoii hi oat...

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. — 11 June 1874

tr.ie'sa- '- 3 T THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES, THiJ iSDAY, JUNE i, 1874 3- k I.. Li- I -j .' I tSBccltlir SHimts f TIIDnSDAY, JUXE 11, 1S7-J. The Granger Xorlhwjs'ern Supply Com pany, Xo. S SUte street, Caicago, is another ir kkI bouse opened to do botioos with firm er. The g;nileinn interested come to us with the huhent left rcliti, and are wortt-y of confidence. jcnell-w227 m Manhood! WouanhoodI Mak&iage! 2So pages. Impediments to Manage ; the " cause and cure. Sent itaitd, post-paid, for 50 cents, by Dr. C WiirmtR, 617 St. Charles Street, St LouJ, Mo., the p-eat ijiecialist. Head his works. Pamphlet free. Call or write. His opinion costs nothing- Grangers' Supply Co. The Northwestern Grirger Supply C)., of Chicago, 1 iniaguratioK a system by which the fanning community ,nd all other?, in i act, may reduce the price on lea, c9eF, &c, about one-thin!, by dealing with them. They give oonsuatvrii the g( t at wholesale price?, thug saving the profit that U nude li two or three...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 11 June 1874

fa3gtMJiLwMU'cm' waiiwttiM mT&L THE LEAVENWORTH. WEEKLY TIMES: XJU.0ESDAT JUNE 11, 1874. t lr' r lrl n r- mnWi aHimM THUBSDAY, JUSE 11, 1874. ContinueJ from Fird jaye. Pro-Idem' s prodama' ion for the restoration of aald lands to market. (Matutes at Large, volawe 111, pigeaa.) This act, sir, is still in force. It was passed in the early day of railroad land urant legislation; it is prospective ya. its otrjtion; in view of arid subject to its XO visions every Jand-grant act, save half a ilozen, lias wen enacted, it cieariv con ten)ilates that land granted for railroad liurxe", thould 1: withdrawn from market, and that until snch withdrawal the lind fcLould remunsuliject to disposal under other existing law. Itba familiar rule of interpretation tbat acts upon the same subject-matters, acis in jiara vialcria, are to be construed with reference to each other and with a view to the preservation of all rights snl the protection of all intercuts mutually involved and affected bv the Fa...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 18 June 1874

LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES. LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1874. f EataMMkrel MM 1 Vnl. SiU, S. S3. Ceanrvalvff. EataM lakes! ajr . M. AatkoBT. Jaw. 1M1 : THE a I i w It" l If !.! IW , v A tSbtliljt SHutcs THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 18-4. PESTILENCE IB" LOITISIAKA. Y.-lliw fever, misrule, famine and flood having stalked by in succession, the cholera now makes its appearance on the clLsc of circumstances in Louh-iana. The dread di jcasc finds an eapy field for existence in the oaked and dcbris-ftrcwn Fcene of the over- How, and promises this summer to cclipe the ravages of all previous year. Is it a wonder that, in view of the calamities of the pant decade, Xew Orleans haslfn lo-ing the grandeur of its former self, or that its inhabitant are disheartened, impoverished and rtdiiced to literal beggary? ASKIKO FOB ADMISSIOK. The Senate Committee on Territories dc-cidt-d last Saturday to recommend the pas sage of the HouhC bill to admit New Mexico as a State, and Monday the House voted by...

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. — 18 June 1874

r -Z&-&3Saa.9 -. ? THE LEAVENWORTil WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY JU1SJC 18, 1874. ::--"rsS- iTl i ) -t-.i "feZSt; 'SSImMd Shims THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 1874. Peextis, of tlie Junction City Union, so lilofiuLses as follows : Jolui A Jains wrote to Jefferson : "Many hundred year- inut mil away 1-efcre we hall be corrupted." Scarce a hundred years have passed away, and a well-nigh mined country calls for John Davi. Is an able article ujon the approaches campaign in this State tlie Winfield Courier state, the whole truth in a few words, when it says : "Jut as well fay that the Ameri can people are incapable of lf government, a3 to hold that the Republican party cannot be reformed within itself one is aloiit as fair as the other." THE BESUEEECTION. The Spirit of Knnrax favors the nomina tion of ex-Governor llohin-ein as a candidate 1 1: Governor of the reform partv. AVc Ik. ueve that it is univer'alh admitted that lie vras the iini-t efficient and talented Governor that Kansas ever had. Ija...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 18 June 1874

THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES; THURSDAY, JUSTE 18, 0874 si t s V f I ' i r. . few - r i M- b A . u A -' LI Full S3IITHS TRIAL THURSDAY, JUXE IS, IS. 4. Ueport r,f he Taken. Tosliinony T CMtimerftr Ulne. '1 he Champion Glue Co. of Chicago, II'., re turning cut a iiew article of ci:t, which 'icheaix-r atid b'l-r thsn any ever 1-efore A Xt .v Point Dcvp.opp.J in .lio I'rost'ciitioii. u the market. 1.V Head their "ad." Tlir Granger Xinhwi-ern Sipily Can -lianj, So. 'J Slate e-trei-t, Cairago, ii another ol liou-e opened to do lUriius wilL firtn- The jj'ntletaen mteresieil come ti in i-KxposK of the Ciiiiilic Lull: Sjiociilatiin!. TS. il!i the hulien of coufaJencc. refere-mes. anil are woril v :. i, u.i"7T j'" -- UAMIOODl V..UileXl! MAEWACE! 2-o pages. InrwdiSicnts to ?.Iamagc, the cause and cure. Seat ualei, riost-pa.d, for 50 cents, by Dr. C Whittiek, 617 St. Charles Street, St. Louis. Mo., the great sicci2hst. Kead his w orks. Pamphlet irre tZall or write. Iisopm.on costs nothing. 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. — 18 June 1874

ixamr in. iwif a THE IiEAVENWORTil WEEKLY TIMES; THURSDAY JUNE 18, 1874. a l J Is' y 'if -s -ii.ir: ttuitriilii Sfinws THURSDAY, JUNE IS. 1S74. A SOUTHERN HEEO. Burgett Dies with hii Boots on. From . C7.iij TWJicnc. j Burge-t ha fought his Ist battle. He i' dead, lie died in a Mistiseipjii mud help, riddled v?itn Imctahot by Grider. Much to the di2Ufct of iLe late Burgctr, he died with his boots co, for tha reaon that they couldn't Kit him out of tbe mud-bole ijuick enough to tury oil h pathetic request tor the reaaoral of liist- Glider Laving been very in-duitneu- ni precise in hii mu.iet practice. The ltte lamented Burgctt want out for wool and col shorn. He belocsed to that large claaa of Southern heroe wuce principal vo cation ii the indiscriminate use of gun jiowder in intercourse with thtir neighoia. tVi'.h a fine bcl. of hoiiar and large cbiral rous notion, iter ecorn lht law's delay and the routine of cour 4, and settle all diffi culties with gun, plitcl, and hlucderbost. Wh...

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. — 25 June 1874

M THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES. .B s1 II LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 25, 187i. -. Established. 1855. Vol.29. So. 23.1 Conservative Established by 1 D. K. Anthony, January, 1861. 1 at -" - 4 J. Wnhh SHimta THURSDAY. JUNE IS. 1S74. fish. Tiie apiointmcnt of J. Uancroft Daw-, now Assistant j-ecretary of State, as Mini-ter Plenipotentiary to the German Empire, is claimed as another ff.-itl.er in llie e-ap of Secn-Urv Ilsh. IS THAT SO! The Chicago Port ha-, learned Washington correspondent, tin astonishing fact, that all the i congre-.s fnim Illinois, are in fsn tmlicy of re-nomination. i nigh its .K.t very -.iUts of ' of the TO BE ABOLISHED. Oe monopoly, at K-t, is moii t he alioi islicd. The loner hou-es of congress, day Itt-fitre yc-tcrday, pas-ed a hill giving au- t hority tu any ami all iiviis who vvi-h to I ay -nit-marine telegraph cables. BAKEBUPI BILL. The amended bankrupt hill which has heen quietly sliimlicring in the Conference 0 ommittee pigeon holes lor nearly four m...

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. — 25 June 1874

THE IAVBNWORTa WEEKLY TIMES: gHPBSpAY JUNg 2S, 1874, r?J; . N. K- I cfe Wm) Iintes THURSDAY, JUNE 25, 1874. EEPTJBIJCAB' STATE COKVZHTIOH. A delegate convention of the Republicaas of the State of Kansas, villi be held in Rep resentative Hall, in the city of Topcka, on "Wednesday, the 26th day of August, A. D. 1674, at the hour of 10 A. M, forthepurpo-: of nominating candidates for the following offices, to-wit: Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Secretary of State, Auditor of State, Treasurer of State, Attorney General, Superintendent of Public Instruction, and one Associate Ju-tice of the Supreme Court. All the counties legally organized at the sitting of the last Legislature, and none others, t-hal I la: entitled to the following representation, to-wit: Two delegates from each representative district. It is recommended that the primary meet ings for the purjKX of electing delegates to tlie 6tatc convention herein called, be held on Saturday, the loth of August, 1874, at sch hours as m...

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. — 25 June 1874

-r " " -flCW ;-- THE JEAVEWOBTH WJe&KI3g TIMES; gCHPRSQAY, JUNE 28, 18T4. -il t-t K it-' 1 4 . -f J - fflttMg fttnus THfJBSDAY, JUNE 25, 18.4. Pnld'l Extract. Tbe action cf one medietas it of nrcewi'y cnGaed to analog oaa di-eaes. hut i i?rtiitn lo enns that have tl.eeamesMt o dinarder. i21-i&w Ta CoNKniurrH or JHie. The Champion Glue C). of ChicxEO, I It., le turninu out a new article of g'ue, which nheaiwr ami U-ter than any ever Iw.'ore n thp mari.r. KenI their "ml." i!&w Manhood I Womamiooo: Makriac::! 260 pages. Iaipcd-tnecu to Mamae; tlis cause and cure. Sent zcaUi, post-paid, for 50 cents, by Dr. C WlHTTIER. 617 i-t. Charles Street. St. Louis, Mo., the rrea! jjrciaUst. Head his works. I'smphlet free . Oil or write. His opinion costs nothing. . The Granger Xprthw"ern Supply C jm u.ny, Xo. U Slate Mrct, C lic-igo, is another ' xl liotl-e opened to c'o luirint-ts with farm er. The jj'nllemin mteriH'il come Vi with the huhMt tefirntc, iml are worthy -of confi leuce. n...

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 June 1874

Mv-w ,. .. jtW. - wC THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, JUNE 25, 1874. lw , IP lt ! bz B I1 r Wnhh 0tmcs THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 18i"4. THE FBESIDE5TS MEltORAHDTJH. We glre below a full copy of the "mem orandum" written ly President Grant, in which he set? forth Lii views on finance. The etatemeut was contained in a cote writ ten by the President to Senator Jones, which Mr. Jones sabaequently obtained permiaeicn lo male public. As the "memorandum" haa bcea much talked about of late in the newspapers and financial circle?, we repro duce it here in full : "I belieTe it thehigh and plain duty of the country to return to a specie nauat the " earliest practicable day, not only in com pliance with legislative and party pledgee, but ai a step indespenfille to lasting na tional prosperity. I believe farther that the time has come when this can be done, or at least begun, with Jthi embarrassment to every branch of industry than after further time has been .spent in resort-; to unstable and 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. — 2 July 1874

7TrrzSsat& P I WEEKLY TIMES. THE :s -- S LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JULY 2, 187J:. Eitaolishea, 1855. I Vol.29. Ko. 25. CoBtertmtir IrtmbUAed or I D. 2. aVttasay, Jaaaary, 1S6I. i LEAVENWORTH 1 I; 1 3; Is- I) i,-. - 6 J" Pk WnW 0imcs THURSDAY, JUNE 25, 18.4. ( CUEBEKCT. Ktrue i cntiilrJ So sl;ut hslf a million more currency under the ie-ditrilusion claae of the nnv law. Now, a'l c ne5 is somebody with the fund to jut u " THE BEIDGE. "Vc tafce pleasure in rccognizieg tlie re ceipt of an invitation, from the committee of arrangements, to attend the grand celebra tion at St. I-oiii, on the Mi of July, in honor of the formal ojwning of the gi -tit bridge. The Congregational Association of Kan sas, recently held at Totieka, adopted a resolution in favor of currency contraction and sjitcic payment. Many jicr.-wrM have laWrctI under the delu-iou lliat the Congre gational Association was designed to con sider religious matters, and not to dabble in i-j-ucs ol jkjIUics and money. lro...

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. — 2 July 1874

THE IiEAVEyWORT-M. WEEKLY TIMES. TWflBPAY JOEY 2, 1874, it )MtM SKaus THURSDAY, JULY 2, 1874. 7SSXED. The declaration of principles adopted by he Anti-Monops of Iowa, in State Conven tion, is pronounced by the Burlington Hatcl ye ua maudlin platform that spreads over everything and covers nothing." The tem lcrancc resolution drawn Iy cx-Gov. Stone, is classed as "a tcinjicraiicc cocktail that no body will drink." HITTIHG HTHBELF. The Cummonvcoalth, a few dais ago, had a very illnaturcd article about Leavenworth an article which the author was ashamed of when he taw it in print and the Atchison Champion copies, approvingly. Tlie Champ ion man ought to think about it a little, lie fore he does such a thing as that ; if lie would consider the matter a moment he would know that a town as close to Atchi son as Leavenworth U, couldn't lie so tvrriblv dull. DECEIVED. Vc have been deceived in Senator Win ter. While we have been supporting him for Governor, he has been laying pipes with our ...

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. — 2 July 1874

8 K. I A fcs J , lH . Wu& Shims THURSDAY, JULY 2, 1874. Pond'- Extract- l lhe Vr-T COsiico i mo J ob-tiuat-- Oi-.c: knon aa Pileie.r Hemorrhoid, i' hs won i great est retutt:on air.o-ii: tlie 'l'e. eJcYw The Grancer X. r iw t rtn S ipply Citn oany, Xo. 9 Stale rt-.tt, C ioS", is another 'aod hou-e tier.etl in : liuinen- itli firm rr. The g-nleidiii iiitertVfl rouie to u with tie ijlKhf". ic.tr tux, "'I are- or"liy of confidence, jcn ll-w27 . s Ts Ciitnt-r ! silnc. The Champion Glue Co. of Chicaco, II!., re turning out a new article of sine, which cheaper and better than any ever before n the market. Kesd their "ad." el&w Fourth of July. The citizjrs f Ea ton tinliip give a grand celebration n tie F..Lrth of July. at Millwood. There 'l Iw --lins, rfl'i-'c. refreshments and a general i Ism- They extend an invitati on t ill il- -irrcunding counttr, to come and ensje i : i them in the festivities of the day. d&w a.'jo.oao in 1.01111, IN aUMS OF NjTI.E-j-STJAS vl,OtiO. Money ...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 2 July 1874

THE IATKN WORTH WEEKLY TIMES. THUHSDA, JULY 1874, . . r ' u '! tf j tJ H IBBwIIlI imes THURSDAY, JULY 2, 1674. A Star in the "West. From Usecher'a Christian Union It in unless to sttenJirt to pet Iimi's to the Yiraatilily of Chicago, or to tell in what new or o!d form its uext bit of good fortune will break out. littler U it M we deem thinR?, than a emitter w.rof buildinj up houses or a surer way of preventing them from burning down, that a great city (should have given to it a ijreat teacher of vise,scel good, mid beautiful tiutb. Chicago in thi', aUo, is fortunate; tcr besides the men who have Lituerto etcoJ in the xnidrt of it, propliesjicg of r Che mere valuable than the r.chea eommoulv fousht there, there bai cow rie-n i.i lulling lliem, a man whom na ture, and ft I ure asd trul bavewondertully endowed with the faculty of epeaiing tie thing; which tliw generation ejfcriaJlv needs to htar, and l doing this in mch a way as to Fecure the b arir.g. Of course we mean David t-winp. l...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 9 July 1874

LEAVENWQRTfr WEE THE KLY TIMES. ZrtUUhd YoLf9. So. 26. IiEAVENWORTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JULY 9, 1874. a . Ceaaervative Established by I IF. Anthemy, JanH7,lS8Lf A s - W&ttHn iimis THURSDAY, JUNE 25, 18.4. STATE FAtt. The papers throughout the State speak frequently of the preparations being made for the State Fair, to be held at Leavenworth thin year, and the indication all joint to a "big time." Ax item which is going the rounds bays : "Col. John Hay's new wife is a fine, large brunette, with eyes of oriental luftre," where upon the AVaraego BUnle imp -, "How does his old one look?" ENCOTEAGIHG. The St. Jcnheph Herald gives th ticople of Atchison this encouraging bit of informa tion, which wc supjiose U official : "Work on the Atchison bridge will be commenced next week, or some time after that, if it does not rain." public oranoH. Every exchange that comes to hand, from every part of the country, has its "say" upon the new edition of the Plymouth Church scandal, and in almost e...

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