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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 13 August 1874

THE IjEAVENVOBTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY JIJLY 18, 1874. I n Wttlih Wmts THURSDAY, JULY 13, I81M. THE MOTOSFUL SIDE OF THE PICTUBE. The saddest sidc of this many sided Beecher affair is vividly portrayed by the master hand of Goorge Alfred Towriscnd, in a pen-picture which we copy in another col umn, this morning. It is one of the strong est of tie many strong papers that this un fortunate affair has called forth; done in the writers most pungent vein, keen, sharp and incisive, it goes direct to the heart of the matter and lay it before the public in the licht in which it ought to be regarded. But more than this, it fumishc3 food for hmifht. it tends to induce a little whole some reflection, and may cause us to look for a moment at the fatally false bases upon which we have reared false systems of civi lization, of religion, of moral, and of ethics. When investigating the "great scandal," if we would search out the origin and cause of the giant corruption, vre must look beyond Plymou...

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. — 13 August 1874

THE LEAYENWOBTH WEEKLY TIMES; THUSRDAY, AUGUST 13, 1874. j If X A, L $ JM" Wtth putts TUUtiSDAY. AUGUST 13, 1874. For re'iible mrdical treatment and a speed? cirr, ci to the Cen'ral Medical in stitute, 765, Chesntit street. S'. L,-n:B, Mo. jv26-d&-r PfiiiC S-'xsr.-tct I ' h"i for a mode-t man to fay, "1 hire soi-ftbinr superior io anvthi'r.g t," but oil e.--uli us tie- extncfis without an equal. 'A r. i"iiiiiicr,s of slif 'I l.e Chanjiii w Glue Co of Chicago, li'.. Incli are turning u: -. new article o! c-ue, e is chra;r and Isetter thansny iter "" in tiie matlce-t. Hesil (hf-ir "ad." before il&r? Tui: Granger Xr.hw.s-erri Simply C ili um, No. 9 Slate strict, C iicij;o, is an-itl.ir jod lioti-e opened to Co bti-iottS with f trm ;r. The gjntleratn intens'eJ come ti u with tbe l.ijie" reft rentes, and aw wr.rtliy of confiience jrn ll-w227 MAMIXlIil v JMAMIUUDl .uAKi.TAC.SI 35opajcs. I pcd.njcnts to Mamar; the cause sad cure. Sent scslsd. pct-jxu!, for 50 cents. In- DtU C WltlT...

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. — 13 August 1874

THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES; THUSRDAY, AUGUST 13, 1874. efctg iinres THUESDAY, AUGUST 13, 1874. The Temptations of Ministers. From the Boston Herald. 1 An Eoclieh religions paper published wmevearsaRoa striking article upon e peaaliar temptations of annisterp. me eua Since of it was that clergymen were more seriously tempted than other men buu;e they wesa thrown into the war of women in highly emotional Etstes ol mind who Ioo- upon them wiin penea cunuucuix. A recent writer in opposition to gptrituil iem pays that "the relifiioua and sexual in stincts are Tery closely united to closely united as to be inseparable." "Xhe lives of priests, ecstatic, devotee, and media are m many records cf nocial derangement. It is the women that crowd the churches of Christendom, and conversion usually occtira at puberty. A large class of women act very fooli-hly toward a faTorite minister. Kead the story of love letters received by Mr. Beecher, and be a&ured that this is not an exceptional case...

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. — 20 August 1874

iaotdULsaKaex IjEAYIfWOMlf THE EEKLiP .,..,. MtttSCS J V V Li? Eatabliahed. 1855. . I Vol.,29. Mo. 32. J JLEAYENWORTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 20, 1874. nseryaiive Established by T D. K. Antiumy, JanuryU86I. CPTIUXTKI asaa"" H V H Bb Lav JE -JL -Lt JL 1 A r-S lit f y ; if A I" L If I? Ik N Mchl) Shuus THURSDAY, AUG US 1 23, 1S74 A baidixg party of grasshoppers, a few millions strong, were foraging yesterday on Marc. Parroti's farm. Sctebistesdest Dowxs offers a reward of five hundred dollars for the apprehcns-ion and arrest of the villain' who attempted to throw the Central Ilranc'i pitsentrer train off the track last Monday. TunEE wa3 a rumor from Xcw York a few days ajo, to the cflocl that Mr Ifcechor intends to retire from the pulpit and to take editorial charge of the new Kepublican pa per soon to be started in Xcw York. The Council Bluffs Xunpircd thinks if he under takes to edit a daily papjr, and attends to' his business, he will not Inve time for any more nest-hiding. GOV. ...

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. — 20 August 1874

ssa&s&a-n irv-r-wiwriiii m i SSE IjBAVElirWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THDBSPAY JTJ1VY 20, 1874. ' WttM intcs THUESDAY, AUGUST 20, ISM. Ct7a0TJS I0GIC. The Atchison Champicn seems to take con siderable comfort in the reflection that the Eecchcr bus'ines will at least do one thing very effectually, and that is, that it will be a death blow'to the woman suffrage move ment; and the C7mpiWa reason for think ing so is, that nearly all the witncses in the wc arc prominent woman suffrage agita tors. We are satisfied that the editor of the Champion believes what he says, but we are at a loss to know by what kind of logic he is able to reach tucli a conclusion. The Cham vim doesn't think the affair will give a death blow, or even a serious wound, to the rlirUinn relizion. and yet both the principal parties in the affair are shining lights in the church the one the foremost pastor of the world, and the other, one of this pastor's most devout parishoners. Now, if the scan dalous conduct of thes...

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. — 20 August 1874

ss&ssflpp the iAVEgrvg'OjBrwjaBELY tubes, thusrday, august 20, 1874. t :' 7 :t v i 'V ( n - . Jf v " m SUtceWa ftntcs THURSDAY, ADGUSr 20, 1S74. PrtBd'M Kxlracl. We publish a small Inok which any Druggist will furmsn tree, t-llinc what ibe people cse PondV Ex tract fr, and Low tbcy nss it. "! TConumrinofliliif. The Champion Glne Co. of Chicago, III., mre turning out a new article of glue, which is cheaper and belter than any ever liefore in the market -lead their "ml." tl&tr Manhood! Womanhood! ..Usc-Ar... aSopascs. Iaipsdinscnts to llarr-tsc. t!.c cause and care. Sent sealed, pcKt-paid, for SO cents, bv I)R. a WlHTTlIR. G-7 M. Charles htrcct. hi. IjouU, Mo., the Rrea' specialist. Kead his works. Itaphlet free CHI or write. His opinion costs no'hins. P2'O.O(0 m l.nnn, IN bU.M.OF XuTLESSTHAS S,OUO. Money to loan on Ion; time, at 10 ier cent, interest, on improved farm and good busine' city projierty. Thrvc vrishirj; to borrow will call on Mr. Wm. iSuaih, Stale azentof the Nor...

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. — 20 August 1874

TH3B IjEAVENWOBTH WEEKLYjqQMDBS.: THUSEDAY, AFGUST 20, 1874. A h p 13 WtM imt THDBSDAY, ATJGUSr 20, 1874. CHTJBCH HEWS. Since the commencement of Ihe Beecfcer btuiness the religions literature of tbe coun try hss been so mixed up, that, when we corns lo sort our clippings on Saturday eve nin, for Sunday' issue, we are frequently puzzled as to the proper disposition to make of certain items whether their place is in the "church column" aa "religicu"," or in the watte basket t- baudy. If we occasion ally make a mistake, and insert something that should he left out, our reader? must be charitable men with more religion than we ly claim to, are Halle in these times to fall into each errors. Wc learn from the lima.oi Blue Kipid?, t hat the Presbyterian wcicty at that place has dc'crmined to build a new house of wor ship tbis fall, and that the woik en tbe structure hss already been commenced. The Tim' Bays: Wc have bet n shown a plan of the build ing, drafted by John McMtenoir, of the La...

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. — 27 August 1874

ygp,p"nr-wwg?r! " - j --jr- "ViS i " ir" :: - - : 11 w $ LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES THE i "I l EstxWished. 1855. I Vol. 29. Ko. 33. i JLEAVENWORTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 27, 1874. Conservative Established by I D. E. Anthony, January, 1361.1 M t v' r:-v lu . . i -T r JS&tthh SUimts THUKSDAV, AUG US!' 27, 1S71.- PHILLIPS NOMINATED EY ACCLAM ATION. ( l William A l'liillijM a nominated for rc-e-lcction, yesterday evening, by acclam ation, in the llcpublican convention of tlie Fir-t Gougripoirtial Di-triti. Tliit result ura not altogether iiiu.-xiiettcd by tl:oc i.Ijo hate watt-hoi the roar-cof llic canijiaiKii. TlicTiuralia rc"atcdly stated that tlii-t noulil jirla1il I tho result of the contest, anil lho-e v.ho have received their infiimiatioii if the jirngivw of the fiht from " the column-, of tlii- ji-jier will rcail the an nouncement without Hirtiri-o. Although, as we remarked a day or two ago, the air ha b.-ctt filled rith more fal-t&ooJ during the lat few weeks of thh cam...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 27 August 1874

S.-W- -";- -? Vr ?r-j- - 'ttjr ePmssT- ?j " IS i--i--' ? --wi- -- - . -" !--, ..ni s'-- ! yr- i.. . -WWaaV- -,"a"""""H -asaapmrammmmmmmmmmmwswsiiiisssansi ,. "" -'fsi ., "TS yT' " ' - ' ' T J " r f r "Vjfc i ' ?- --i'-VM" , a. J. -.V- . , -, I - JHE liEVEK WORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THUBSDAY AUGUST 27, 1874. Sj i, SBttUt ;imca THUBSDAY, AUGUST 27, 18.4. For Cocgres", let District, OTIXIASSt A. PHHAIP.S. Of Salice. PROSPECTUS or THE Iieavonxwortli DAILY AND WEEKLY TIMES. CASIPAIGN ISSTJK REPUBLICAN PAPfiR IK LEAV ESWORTIX. The Leavexwokth Times, the oldest newspaper in the State of Kansas, ami the only Republican paper in the city of Leav enworth, will 1 fiinii-hed to MilKcrihcrs during the campaign at the following unus ually low rates : The Daily Tisira will 1 scut from th'n time till the election returns are all received in clulis of five, to oneaddrsssior the sum O" Oxe Dollah per copy for the campaign. The Weekly Time, will 1 rent for the i'riol above named, in chilis of ten to : c add...

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. — 27 August 1874

ri T"$" "-V-Tirr " '' "ir -r &zrypj5gi --n-r-- -- cv 4riv ? e 1 Tfkrh 4fP fvcs-!j;5rf.vx?;--; i'w-fv-j'srr-!: "s--j 1 -'-vjy- -GC "-" Tj-qjv-"' T" 1 i3 THE LEAVENWOBTH "WEEKLY TIMES: THJSRDAT, AUGUST 27, 1874. 1 I U I i. ) .-, Tr fflttfels 8Bwm THUfiSDAY, ATJGUSr 27, 1S74. For reliable m'dical treatment and a epeedy carr, ro to the Cen-ral Medical In etitute, 765, Cbcunnt street, S- Lonis. Mo. j;2C-dotw Pod's Extbact. What medicine Its rarely appeared ia public prints, and yet, of the iti ale extend to every ixr.ii.u c&uniry? Ojly on?, TundV Ivxtrict. !Aw TbComohuuthoI Ulur. The Champion Glue C. of dura". III-, are lumio? out a new article of s!t:e, which is cheaper ami lidler it.aa any er te.ore in the- uiarkit. IlrtA their "ad.' TiiEGrancerXiTihwfs'ern Supply Coin mnj, Si'. ! S Vi-strn-!, Chicago, ia another '.yjA lir.-i-e i ric-i lo do bainef s with farm er. 'I'ile g.-fl'l'.iltll ICtCMS'.eJ COEie 13 1H with ir' : ercatf. and are wort by of co. ti jrnrll-w227 llANIIO.- lAN...

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. — 27 August 1874

T-.-. "V S" ! "OviiY"? tO -V "T-- i-brC THE SEAVENWOBTH WEEKLY TIMES: THITSRDAY, AUGUST 27, 1874. $KttMs $imts "BOWS' AST) OUT." THUKSDAY, AUGUST 27, IS, 4. Platonic Lore. From the Chicago Tr.bnae. The graphic narrative from "Gatli" of the facts which be gathered relative to the Beecher scandal, daring his two elsjs' visit to Mr. Moulton and Theodore Til too, while it throws a flood of light on many things that have heretofore appeared mystexioos, brings out one fact with startling promin ence, that is, the dangers which lurk about that sentimental form of affection known as Platonic lore The whole drift of the testi mony in this case, the statements cf Mr. Beccher and Mr. Tilton, the incongrnorji and conflictiog testimony of Mi?. Tilton, and the letters and documents which have than far been published, tend to stow that the attachment between Mr. Beccher and Mr. Tilton, when it first commenced, wai one of rentiment and as 1'latcn'c nj even Plato liiattelf might have tancht in any 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. — 3 September 1874

LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1874. Vol. S9. o. 3. ) O. B. Anthony, Jmuary. W6lJ THE TIMES A 1 (: y l Wtth iwMl THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1S74. GOV. OSBOEK HOxflHATED. The Republican Stale Corive-ntioii now in region at Topeka, nominated Thomas A. Otbom for re election to t!ie Governorthip, on the Fcconil lialli.t, ycrfcnlay evening. Gotemor O-lnim ciit inta tlie Conven tion with a Mrong force against liim the oppoMtinn Iiain Mrvngtli enough to carry the organv-ition ami succeeded hy a good deal of I.j '1 ():!.. Hut uc are inclineil to think tit ! nnmimtion will be very favorably rcce.. .l by the party throughout the State. He has served for two eara, and has made a ery creditable nffit er, the only eviiispiciiom iiiitake of hi adiiiinitration leing the apjiointment of a iiitm1-r of the Caldwell faction to the vacant Senatnrthip. Ilis ailininLstration, altogether, In lii-n up to the average, and all things considered, his nomination ws probalily the K-t...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 3 September 1874

17HE liBAVENWOKJfH- WBjBiKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1874. mttth iinrcs THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER -1, 18.-1. BEPOBLICAS TICKET. fir Congrtt, Firtt Dutrict, CTlLUAU A. FjULUrS, of r'jnc. FtrGmgrru, Third Putrid, W. n. Bbow, ol Keco. For Garernor, Tuoxis A. OjeojS, of Leavenworth, For Jjrnlenant-GceerMOr, 31. J. Baiteb, ot Neosho. Tw !yrctary o Slatr, Thohis II. Cavasacoii, of Saline. Fur .Witor, D. W. VTiloek, of hliawnee. Fir Treasurer, SasrusL Larrir, of Neuiihi. For AUvrx'J Geteral, A. M. I'. CiNDOLru, ofConVy. Far Mi'rinlndexl of VMir Iulrvetion, Jons rtizin, of UoujUs. Fur Aaxiai: Juliet, D. M. Valkstise, of FranMin. THE SEC AON COENEEED AGAIN. The Po-tmastcr rends the air with fair urtupid how Is that Caldwell and Smith hold a mortgage on the Commercial, lie sup plements that howling with vehement vi tuperations of Col. Houston, and tries to palm off such nonensc as a indication of i'hilliiw' record. Jf any one carc to know whether there is a mortgage on the Com mercial or not,...

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

I7tl I THE LEAVEFNVQBTH WEEKLY TIMES: THUSRDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1874, 7 ( v . r) u "I. fStecttlg 0iuus THURSDAY, SEPrEMBEB 3, 1874. For reliable medical treatment and a speedy care, go to the Central Medical In stitute, 7G5, Cbesntit street. Su Louis, Mo. PABd'4 Extract- Enenence has heraldeJ in virtue?. I's poimlaritr has been wiogel upon the grateful utterance of tbo?e whom it bai b-ntfitted. e5A.w Ts Coatnmcn or cilue. The Chamjiion Glue Co. of Chicago, 111., are turning out a new article of glue, which is cheaper and belter than any ever before in the market. Head their "ad. dAtr The Granger Xorttiwe fern Sapplj Cjm .uany. So. 9 State street, Caicago, in another jod house opened to do buints wiih farm :tt. The gentlemen intended come to us with the highest reference, and are worthy of cocfiJence. jiii-ll-w227 Uamiood' Yv aoii' Mccia:e! 260 pages. I - tnt to Mannjp. tlie cause and cure at scaled. jcsf paid, for 50 cents, by D C Whittixk, 617 St. Charles Street. St. Louis. Mo., t! e ...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 3 September 1874

THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THUSRDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1874. 4 Wtthh 8,i.ws THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1874. Btilroad Enterpnse-The Coal Trade and Ohio Mines-Short line to Baltimore. Sow that the ground has been bjoUen at Ludlow. Kentucky, ort.aute Horne street, in the West End, for the Southern B. K, the Tuture of that vast plain called Mill Creek Valley becomes definitelj fixed as the grand centre of raihoad enterprife and operations. There will be built the great union depot, from which all the lines now in existence, and tbc.se to be liailt,will send their myriads of trains of freight and passenger to ell points of the compass. At least two-thirds of the valley will be required on which to build depot, chop, shunting tracks, &r, Al ready the Marie ti and Cincinnati Railroad, in order to transact its immense freight traainees. has been compelled to lay down four, and in pome places at the upper end of the valley, six tracks. When it is recollected that at the commencement of its tr...

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. — 10 September 1874

LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES. THE LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1874. Established. 1855. "" Vol. 29. Mo. 35. Conservative Established by 1 D. B. Anthony, January, 1361.) -A; Wni iimes THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10. 1SV4. NATIONAL CAMP MEETING. Tne National Camp-meeting of the Meth odists, vjliich is held this car at New Le nox, 111, on tlie line of the Chicago. Rock Islanil ami Pacific Railroad, a few miles can of Joliet, ojicnwl yesterday, awl will continue ten dav?. A GOOD SUGGESTION. A corroixmilent of a Xew York pater suggest that it would le a meai of com piling greater vigilance on the part of rail mad manager to require them, hy a law of Congress, under etcrc inaltiej to make to some properly constituted agent a monthly report for publication of all the accidents of every character on their respective roads. THE WHEAT CBOP According to the Chicago Tribune the wheat crop of the entire Northwest is a little greater than that of last year, though the quality i-lightly inferi...

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. — 10 September 1874

THE IiBAVBNWORTH WEEKLY TIMES; THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1874. I e 9 MtMn limes THURSDAY, SEPIEMBER 10, ISM. AFPBOVED BY EVEBYBODY. ,The act ion of President Grant, as reported by the telegraph yesterday morning, in rela tion to the.law less condition of some of the Southern States, will ,Ijc approved hy good citizens of ail parties, and in every rart of the country. There seems to he a system atic atterout on the part of late slave holders, in some parti of the South, to force what they arc plea-id to call a warot race?; thev seem to be determined that fcince they cannot hold the black man as a chattel they will not jcrmit him to live in the country, and conse quently they subject him to all manner of indignities and iier-ccutions, denying liim, in many cases, the civil and jiolitical rights to which he is entitled under the constitu tion and laws of the United States. This condition of affair has continued fully long enough, and since the local governments of the South have fhown th...

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. — 10 September 1874

r. -., za. , -r THE IiEAYENVOBTH WEEKLY TIMES; THUSBDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1874. T Ar -" V k fSBtcftlg ims THURSDAY, 6EITEMBER 10, 1874. The Granger Xorthwe stern Supply Com oanj, Xo. 9 State street, Chicago, is another 'OoJ house openea to co uusiuem wuu mm- :r. Tue gentlemen interested come 10 in witli the highest reference, and are worthy of confidence. jcnell-w227 For reliable medical treatment am! a speedy core, tjo to the Central Medical In stitute, 765, Cheanut street. Su Louis, Mo. jy2G-d&w Pond'N Extract, for bean as well as man. Traveling ehow, nienaj;erie, &c, always cau- it with them, ard unanimous ly testify to its efficacy. '& To Cnliuicr or WHIP. The Chatujiion Glue Co. of Chicago, 111., are turning out a new article of glue, which i. cbeipt-r and Mtrr than any ever before in tbe market. Head their "ad." eiiw m J. A. I'ozzssi'a Medicated Complec tion I'oweJer cools and refreshes, allays all irritation, and makes the skin dcli satelysoru Sold by all druggists. ...

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. — 10 September 1874

T T-r THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TOMBS: THTJ3RDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1874. i? V mtttt tnM THURSDAY, BEPrEMBER 10, 1S74. AK5 ELIZA. Sbc'Eue. for a Divorce Iron ;f Old Prophet Denies that She is His uw ful Wife-Ho Explains the Doctrine of cS Karriases," and State, the Amonnt of His Property and Family. P.W.T Lake Cm", Acsst2C. Applica tion lus b.-en inde ! Ann Win 1oun3 to the ToirJ Dhtrict Court of Utah for divoice from Hrighsm Young. Her application elates that etc was married to llrigham Young Arril Cth, 1S6S; that for a period of about one year after their marriage lirigliam Youns lived and cohabited with tier, but at ... .!... t5m I. treated her with n?2iec:aml unkindness, and pursued toward her a tvi tematic courr c of cruel and inhuman treat ment, ending IS ABSOLUTE DESERTION of her ; that she believe! $20,000 a reason able cum for the services of counsel m this euit, and that Sl.COO ier month wcu'.d be a reasonable amount for tie euppcri cf lier eclf an J children. THE AXSWEE filed wi...

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. — 17 September 1874

.u1. ywj-Bt-a.Lsww wmw iimn iiiwziwi&rvliJM--'a-- ' wjw w"mj jwi jiw' titeayw LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES. THE IiEAVENWORTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1874. Coaarrva-vJmhUk4Vy . 1 D. B. Anthony, Jumaiy, INLf !"' ', " JJJAJL! "J,"ilX,Ji5 afLS u Established. 1855. I Vol. 29. Ko. 3. y -- J " jgHteltlB imM THURSDAV, SEPTEMBER 17, 1874 "HOESE BACEBS AKD WHISKY SEL- LEB3." TheStale Hoard Lave thrown down the gaaatlet to the horse-racers and whisky sel lers, and propose to fight it out on this line. As this is a new departure in the fair busi ness of it results financially and otherwise, I will advie you hereafter. AenroiirorfA rpecial lo the SL Louis Globe. The above telegram, sent by order of the President of the State Board of Agriculture, is true not only as regards "horse racers and whisky seller,rlmt lmnireds of other?, who, rotwitk-tanding the self-willed, suicidal policy pun-U'-d by some of the Board, de sired to do all in their jiower to make Uie fair a success. Scores of p...

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