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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 9 July 1874

THE IiEAVJENWORTii WEEKLY TSkMai THUHSBA JULY 9, 1874. Jl , H I II I co kM i 'i ftBeefels ww THURSDAY. JULY 9, 1874. UP AHD DOWJL As tlie mercury goes up the patriotism of the politicians goes down. There hasn't been a new candidate brought out for any im portant position since the weather clerk got Ills figures above ninety. "SUZHCE IS GOLDEH." I5ut the press and the public seem to be almost unanimously of the opinion that Mr. Hotelier is hoarding too much of this sort of "gold," and that he ought to put a little of it into "circulation" by using it to redeem wiriic of his dishonored "pajier." THAT ACCtHJSTS FOB IT. The St. Louis GMe has alread v found out the reason why the great jiyroteclmical dis play on the 4th and on the bridge turned out to lie a great fizzle: It was because the committee" Fj,ciit k much money on en gravings of their own photographs that they hadn't enough left for fire-works. ACCOKMODATIHG. The editor of the Trindad Knterprue is entitled to the honor of bein...

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. — 9 July 1874

SJ THKM&Is.SHims , K t -i-. THURSDAY, JULY 0, 1874. The Gran.er X- r.bwr 'ern Supply Cjm oiny. So. V Stale strict, Caicao, is another 'xhI home opened to do boi-itnes with farai--re.- The jjntleni n intent-ted come to m wiili the hihett retire-rex, and are worthy of cjnfi lenc. jrn-ll-ar27 m PoBd'4 x tract- I" 'he vers COoircOi uil tib-muate li eaec known as I'ilei or Hemorriioiils, it lias nun i s great est reputation airo.ig the icV. dvw Kenrou Debility. A depressed, irritable stale of mind; a wcit, otivoii, ezhaatcd feeling; do ener gy or animation; confuted Lead, weak memory, often with debilitating, involun tary discharges. The conaeqnecce of exces ses, menial overwork or ind.ssretioBs. Tliii nervotH debility fir,d a anvreign care in H-mphie's Homeopathic-Speci-r, Ko. 28. It tones up the system, arrests discharges, difpels the men'al gloom and despondency, and rejnvinat-s the entire err em. It is per ctlv hirnile-s ard always edcient. Price Io 'or a packages of bve boxis an...

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. — 9 July 1874

.. kj KjMrr W4J V BI W, I ft. w In r I? I Mccltln pints THURSDAY, JULY 2, 1S74. Last Snndaat Plymouth Church. From the New York Sao of Monday, 1 Masy more persona vent to Plymouth church yts-erday than could get in. The hot weither, which had demised the atten dance for several previous Sundays, waa not go j-otent ax the reawakened interest in the beset pastor. The pew holder were prompt and so numerous tliat few seats were left for the waitinz lined of e'.rangen'. The air, breathed hy thousands of hot long, was of a Ftillmg letutieratiire. Not only wete the fixed and temporary peats dense with occo junt. hut the halls and passages remained packiil with standirg people. The platform had finer Ilowers tbvti oual, and they were put on a stand at ite Iiacr. On cue front earner h oad a silver bowl to he used in in fant baitira. On the other etood a pile of rollect on biiVtt', to te ued in gathering contnbutionRfor the American Congrega tional Union. When Mr. Beccher came he wis botbf ra...

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. — 16 July 1874

' cV'" WEEKLY ,. . I L "tttflir. LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JULY 16, 1874. '' Conservative Established by c. D..S. Anthony, January, 1861.) V THE-TSENWORTH TIMES A .-" V li ,V 'j fttltfj Shuts THURSDAY, JULY If., 18.4. HOW. W. A. FHULITS. We .published elsewhere, in thii mora LatfuTaus, a letter from tae President of the Globe Mutual Life Insurance Company, . of New York, a perusal of which will give the reader an idea of the standing of Mr. Phillips in the estimation of the leading business men of New Yori.. His speech up on the currency question I admitted by all parties as well by those .-ho dissent from his opinions as by those ubo agree with them to be the ablest effort that the long financial debate in the Houie drew forth, and itcadses Mr. Phillips to be pointed out as one of the leading spirits in the anti-contraction ranks in the next CongresR. Mr. Phillips is conceeded on all hands to be one of the ablest members of the Hon-; though nerving his first term, he is by no ...

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. — 16 July 1874

THE LBAVENWOKTA WEEKLY -TIMES: THUKSDAY JULY 16, 1874.- WtMu Stas - AY. JULY 16, 1874. vmam xovrox CoL D. W. Houston stands the best chance of all the candidate except "Wilder here, and occupies a position which willmake him the strongest candidate for Congress if the Leavenworth delegation agree upon hjaa. Cayvtsasarfrwrc Commercial. It m gratifying to eee the Deacon's paper come np so gallantly to the Deacon's sup port. There' nothing like having friends that come to time when you need them. All the other papers of the district seem to treat the Deacon's condidacy as a little joke one of the eccentricities of genius bat the Dea con's paper stands squarely up to the work, and is seriously in earnest. There is only one man in the State who kMpe abreast with the 'JXeacon in this cam paign, and that is our candidate for Gover nor, the Honorable Jacob Winter. And that reminds us that Governor "Winter was in town again yesterday and assured us that he ahmild hare nothing more to do with...

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. — 16 July 1874

THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TOtljBS; THUSRDAY, JULY 16, 1874. 1 Site a, a V r ,t. V Wt& imw THUB3DAT, JULY 1C, 1874. Money savvd ituo'ey raroMi; and any one niu Iurra' "Saiin Glrwi Starch" aril 'IoiproTl Cin fctarch" rill save uiotev. jil15ed& The Granger X"r.hw.ern S ippJy Cjh. wany, So. 8'e strict, O lirag.i, ih another ' iJ bouse ojined to fit buiuw with I rtn r. The esntljtnii intrt.'eJ come tj in with llhl(tbeief.r-nie'. "l are worthy of onfilencr. jinll-w227 PMMTi I.XIft-I prepared with ulni'Ht car from um f the mot 10 teot curative agent, jn licioinly lit'tid at Mil xac and critical periil ol K'" ,,r'' jtily."iAw Ta CaMtu-r r Win. Tl-e Champion (Jliie Co. of C! :eaf!o, II'.. bich re turning out new article tu e, cheaper anil lwiler tlin any er .n market. Head their "a 1 ' .Ar before iUSIIIKJIll WoXANIIOOn! MARRIAGE I 360 pages. Impediments to Marriage; the cause and cure, nt itaUd, post-paid, for 50 cents, by Dr. C. WHITTIIK, 617 Cbarles Street. St. Louis. Mo , the peal sp...

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. — 16 July 1874

-?r THE JjEAVENWOJa WjfiKtggg xiMBHi 'JHUSHnAV.Mnmr.y i n, . r?a. u I A fj 4 1 1. I .A It l r-i n ISSmUb iiwcs THUESDAT, JULY 16, 1871. The Undertaker's Chat. Frou ilarkTwaiu'e Unpublished English Notes. J "Now, that corpse," said the undertaker, IMttiDC the folded hands of tbe deceased ap provingly, 'was a brick every way you look him he was a brick. He was o real accommodating, and so modest like and aim pie in his last momenta. Friends wanted uietilic burial ca'e nothing else would ,lo. couldn't et it. There war't go ing to be time anybody could ate that. Corpse (aid never mind, shake him up pome kind of a box he could stretch out in comfortable, ht w a m't particular 'boot the general atvle of iu Said he went more on room than htyle nnyway, in a last final con tainer. Friends wanted a silver door-plate on the coffiin, signify wbohewsa or wher he was from. Now joj know a fellow xmldn't roust oat such a Rally thing aa that in a little country town like this. What did corp-e iy? Cu...

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. — 23 July 1874

WEEKLY LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JULY 23, 1874. &UW.28. cTTM&Sk2ui. THE LEAYEJNWORTH J xidli.K. U- 'k; (T w 3 W$ imts THURSDAY, JULY 23, 18.4. KOT WOBEIED-OH, KO ! Mr. EJ. Kus-ell takes a half column of the Deacon's iiivaluahle space to tell the jn.-oj.le of Leavenworth that he is not "wor ried," as TiikTimjs charged on Tuesday norning, hut on the "contrary quite the re-M-rw?," ami this is the way he pnnes it : "I do not dran from the State four thous and a ear, Jmr from the county tuotliou.- aml ; Uie salary ol insurance uiriiiu.iiu- f m is. when naul. Arcetliousanii ; uui rnia Anthony wt reprcftntatitcfrtm tie 11 trard,in lh- lc,ilature,ht winter, WORKKD HARD AXDSUCCESrSFULLYtopreren any pay went of Ineuranec Superintendent for lite year 1874; awl cpuUIy HARD AND SUC CI3SrULLV wii he uiisok to reduce the W.iry uf CuuiUn A'tdilor from TWO Uioumiul .Ular, to SEVEN HUNDRED AND FIFTY DOLLARS 'for doing nothing,' whih includes the rtljrt that has stirred his hile." Mr. Iti...

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. — 23 July 1874

THE MIAVENWORTil yyEEKLY TIMJiai THDBgDAY JULY 28, 1874. M c a .4 C C Wtffll THDBSDAY, JULY 23, 1874. SPEAK Tatt TaWTH, OK HOLD YOU PEACE. The Leavenworth Times, which in the past lew yean could not say enough fine tilings of Senator Brice, ha gone back on him, ami supports CoL Phillips for re-election. Tathena Jieporter. ti.o nlinro statement h untme. The Timbs in years gone by, has said many handsome things of Judge Xathan Trice. It has never uttered one word against him. On the contrary we think now as we always thought, that the Judge is one of the ablest, best and truest men in jansas. Jiy the other hand, for twenty years past, we have uniformly been the warm, earnest and consistent friend of Col. AVm. A. Phillips. We advocated his nomination two vMn sm. lie has served so far with honor to liim.-elf and' credit to the State. There is not now, and never has there been, the remotest suspicion of cor ruption breathed against him. We there fore feimply say, that with the fearful re...

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. — 23 July 1874

Til B UEAVBSTWQBffg WEEKLY MMESi THUSRDAY, JTJXY 23, 1874. 1 . W' h tK .. t T- t is hi WtM jffimM TUURSDAY, JULY 23, 1874. The Grander Northwestern Sapply- Cam Deny, X.,. U State street, Coicsgo, U another ' h! imine-ojieried to do liuiues with farm r. rii g'ntleinen interented come ta m h.iIi tti lushes; references, and are worthy ..I roi.fi lebcp. jciiell-w227 INsbsJ'm JgxtrBCt, far from laying any nrw claims to a popular favor, in older than Miytliinielsewe know of wag used by a iireredui? eriieration. Try it! IIamwod! Womanhood! Marriage! sno pigc&. Impediments to Marriage; the cause and cure. ent sealed, post-paid, for 50 cent. 1 Dr. C Wiiittier, 617 m. e lurlrs Svtrcet, M. Lotus, Mo., the great lcial:t Head his or's. Pamphlet free lill or write. I lis opinion costs nothing SJMMrCio tn I imn, IN SUM -i OK NOTLEsS IMAXSl.CrOO. Muney to loin on long tiuie, ax 10 Jer rent, interest, on improved lartus and good l.inine. city property. Tl.ore wishing to U.rrow will call on Mr. W...

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. — 23 July 1874

TfiB illQfeAVENWdJRTti: WEEKLY TIMBS: THUSRDAY, JULY 23, 1874. u o ft ti 7"t M ... TiSMltlg $itt8 THURSDAY, JULY 23, 1874. On Keeping Cool. Tk few wnrda nf advice tuofecd by the World some two weeks ago in relation to the ue of iced drinks in warm weather litTe been extensiyel y copied by the press, and it is to be hoped that tiiey caie no gomm un heeded bv a eufleriog public We know that the iree use of iced water and other arc tic beverages doting the sultry Mmnaer months constitutes a great eTU,andet we would not recommend tbe adoption of the crusade rs tactics and attempt to suppress this evil bjA prohibitory or "local option law. Nor would we advise people to accept tbe teachings of our Dio Lewiie'. An in telligent perton is generally as well ofl as he can be in following his natural inclinatiom in reran! to food and drink. But a natural inclination i sometimes intensified into a passionate impulse, and it i at such times that the individual slioulJ restrain bimaell and consult...

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. — 30 July 1874

THE LEAVEiWOBTH WEEKLY lAXvl-CiS. Establiahed. 1855. I Vol.29. So. 29.1 LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JULY 30, 1874. Conservative Established by D. B. Anthony, January; 1KX.I H" tJSBcc&Ii) Jinus THURSDAY, JULY 39, 1874. THE BEECHEK-TILTOX SCAN JUL CASE. The Detailed Statement of Wiiole Matter Jiy Mro. Woodhnll. the from WooJbulia Claaln's Weekly, Nor. 2, 1872. 1 prO0e, as ihe Cummemt uenl of a ee-rie-x.f aggressive moral wariar. on the social qie ion, to be in in ttiii attic e with venti lating one of the ujot stupendous fccandals whicn h9 evr occurred in any community. I refer to that which ha been wblrprred broad-ca't for tbe last two or three J earn, through the cities of Xew York and Brook lyn, touching tbe character and conduct of tin It jr. Henry Ward Beech er in his rela tun with the family oj Theodore Tiltcn. I intend that this article shall burst like a bomb-shell into the ranks of the moralistic social etuip. 1 am engagel in officering, and In some sjnse conducting, a...

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. — 30 July 1874

"?" THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMEg; THURSDAY JULY 30, 1874 N A .e 1 iti I in WlnMn intes TIIUKSDAY, JULY 30, 1874. OUB TICKET. As other communities are bringing for ward their best men for jiositions on the State ticket, Iravciworth will not be con sidered immodest if she asks to lie rcpre M.nte.1 also, hence we suggest the following ticket: lor Governor,- Hon. Jacob "Winter, of Ijeavcnworth. For Congress, 1st Di-t., Deacon Houston. f Leavenworth. For Lieut-Governor, Tom. L. Johiwon, of Ixavcnworth. For Secretary of State, Loui" AVeil, of JjL-avcnworlli. For State Treasurer, James F. Legate, of Leavenworth. For Auditor of .Stattvlulins Haug.of Leav enworth. For Superintendent of Public Instruction, Alexander Pope. For Associate Jud-e, II. Markson, of Ijeavcnworth. For Attorney-General, Z. II Hritton, of Ix-avenworth. "Vc put Gov. "Winter at the head of the .;,.l..t l--in,!-nn other Leavenworth man has leen mentioned for the place, and Leav enworth ought to 1 represented on the ticket ...

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. — 30 July 1874

TB K LEAYENWOJRTH WEEKLY TIMES; THUSRDAY, JULY 30, 1874. I , U, H- B Li. IV wN. Mtdtlu Stanus THUHSDAY, JULY 30, 1S74. For reliable m'.Hca. treatment and a jieely " co 'o ''ie Central Mtilical In ' siilute. 7G5, Chesniit street. Si. L"ii"H, Mo. jrSG-cf&w Pnnd'N kxtr.tl'1- Think of it! For twentv-fi.Tt.-t unit lias I"" iosnid hi medical writing?, ami :esi!i y S '""C " OLtiJt-ice of the tieriiV. !. TnE Grancer Xor.hwr 'ern Sjpply Cam tuny, 'o. J Suie street, CiiruRo, i- another d hour opened to do bu-iaee-. with I arni rs. The Rent 1 emeu mtertste.1 come to in mill the liuliest references, ami aw won by ..l coufiJence. jnifll-w22j Ts.C"-":' " " TI.e Champion (Jiue Co. ' Chiwo, :..l f l.... ari ttirmtiz out a new aruuir ""-, i. dieaia-r and better than at ' in the nutlet. KeaJ their a-1. ever III., hidi before ironcE. A mai meeting of the independent elec tor of the 231 District will be held at the Buchanan Grove, (one mile west of the E:ght Mile Hou-e), on Pat unity, August 1st, 1...

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. — 30 July 1874

THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THUSRDAT, JULY 30, 1874. I 'at-' i r I' ! ScRccfetjj SUtntes. THURSDAY, JULY 30, 18"4. BEECHER-TILTON THE CELEBRATED SCANDAL. UNPARALLELED IN ULSTOBV STATEMENT OF XrJBEECHER A WORD FROM Mrs. TILTON. HOW IT WAS MANIPULATED. Etc. Etc. Etc. New York, July 22. Gem Tracy, coun sel for Mr. Beecher, mys the investigation now mikiog by the committee into the treat scandal will fully exonerate Mr. Beecher, and will show that the charge cf criminality which U now for the first time made against him is entirely unfounded. The so-called ajxilogv of Beecher, it ij claim ed by Beecher1 friend, was never given to Til ion and never meant for him. it wa written entirely by Moulton, in the dusk ol the evtmng, in ISeeclier'ri houre; the whole matter was in a rough form and cot in tended to be immediately given to Tiltou; the lat sentence in the original U widely fioni tie previom Krtion of the letter, and the paper wan not signed by Mr. Beecher, but a memorandum on the et...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 6 August 1874

LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY THE F1 1ES. XX1T r LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 1874. Established. 1855. I Vol.29. Ho. 30.1 Conservative ZtaMishd by I D. S. Anthony, January, 1861. f V I , n " i :jf I lacefelii gjHimes; THURSDAV, AUGUSTS, 1S71 COKE INTO COTJBT. The people are sick and tired of these in terminable, irresponsible etories about the IJeechcr business; public opinion, though divided a to the guilt or innocence of the chief actors in this disgraceful drama, is united upon one point, and that i, that the ca.He should be immediately taken into the courts where the testimony elicited will have some weight. The public prints are Hooded even- day with loo--, e-ntradictory and irrcion-ible statements of v iltice9 not under oath; the world was nevir before subjected to such an inundation of faWhood; lies come out wi thick anil fast that it would puzzle the father of lies to ''keep track" of them. To save the whole country from be ing utterly demoralized ; to save what little faith s...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 6 August 1874

THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY JULY 6, 1874. 1 H tillccltlffi $tmts THURSDAY, JULY 6, 1874. OTJB BAJXBOAD HTTEEEST8. The time during which legal action can he taken to protect our interest! in the case of the Atchison and Northwestern railroad expires this month, and yet nothing has been done, on the part of the city. The County Commissioners have ordered suit to be com menced on the part of the county, and the Attorney seems to bo going ahead with the intention of making a bona fide prosecution, but so far as the city is concerned, every thing that has been done has been mere sham. It is very evident to everybody that the present council is completly in the hands of the railroad ring the corrupt and un- bcnipulous cormorants who have for years sucked the life blood out of Leavenworth I and all her interests. When Mavor Abcr- nathy nominated for City Attorney, Mr. J. W. English, one of the ablest lawyers in the State, his nomination was rejected at the command of the ring, b...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 6 August 1874

THE LEAYENWORlg WEEI-frfr TIMES: TSlTSRDAY, AUGUST 0, 1874. V i W A7 J mt&iz fi lilTIIUKSDAY, AUGUST C. 1874. Korrtlieble wdical ireiltaent and a -jeedy cure, go to '"" Cen'ral Medical In Ftitule, 7C5, Chwnut street. S . Louis Mo. jy2G-d& lniit' Kviritfl. for intemal a- well as external apii'icatioii " re-Jgnizeel as without an equal in the cIi-hc f 'i"se it prefftw to ctiri Tr it onre' el&w Tss Ommmrn r lm". The Cliauipin Glue Co. f Cliicpo, II!-, arv turning cut a new att'ele (if slue, which is chMjier end littler than any ever before in the market. Keaii their "ad." d&w Tun Granger Xi-rihwcs'ern Sjjjply Cornwall-, No. 'J State street, C.iictj;o, is another 'ood houe oieiieil to do Iiumiimb with fartn tru. The gentlemen interested come ti in with the Iiighet reference, and are worthy of confi leiice. jcii-ll-w227 MANIIMMH! WOMANHOOD I MARKLV.L! aSop-sr-. I.u?e:neais to Mama;;-. tLe r, cause and cure". N:nt sealed, post-paid, for So cents, by Ml. C WIIITTIF.K, C17 S...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 6 August 1874

THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES; THUSRDA.Y, AUGUST 1874. K. w f .1 r. IM WinWh 8ta THURSDAY, AUGUST 2, 1874. THE HAETEST OF DEATH. Account of the Terrible Storm at Pittsburg. o An Appalling Picture. We glean from the Pittsburg papers of Monday and Tuesday, the following account of the desTaction cf life and property by the terrible Morm which visited that place la?t Sunday eight: (Froui tte I'ittotinis Commercial. The terrible rain storm of Sunday eTCniog wa the all-absorbing topic yetterday. Bo car as the destruction of human life is con ferned, this is the greatest calamity that has ever befallen our cay. The Morm wan not accompanied by destructive winds, the devastation resulting entirely from the sud den precij itation of immense volumes ol water. The floodgate) of heaven were lit erally opened, and the ordinary channels for Cirrying away the w.ver were every where inadequate." Night had closed in, and our people were comfortably boused at home, spending the evening with friends, o...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 13 August 1874

LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY iAiylJidib. (&& - EstabHshed.UM. Vol. 29. Ko. 31. XEAVENWOKTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 13, 1874. f: Conserratie Established by D. B. Anthony, January; 1861.1 THE W M V it 14 ft UmIIii gimcs THUUSDAV, AUfiUtsT 13, 1674; A FEW PLAIN THUTH3. As the time m now near at baud for ti to i-eleot our dele-gaits to tlie congn-s-ional cuii(-ntiou, we iloirv lo -ay to the i!t-iulili-c-an electors of tlie c uiily 4 few ptaiii words of 6ober tnilli: I). W. lloti-Ioii, of Ix-awun.irtli, in a cau iliilate lor tlie Hepulilicaii nomination for reprearntative in constnsi from the fin-t JjpUriet of Kaia, Mitlierto re hate treat ed hi- mulling as a ixxl juVr, jiist a-t it U rrgardt-d i ctenlmdy who know -thiiii, anl lliat our readers wln are not aeiiaiiitct! vit!i the man may Lmm why we h:ie tlnn treateil him, Me mjoe to gite liim thin lirief iintroiliicticm to the public. He is a professional oliive nwIwit, an.l i :ilu.-n the ready tool of any man who i in iuer. In Sid C'larK...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
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