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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 17 September 1874

i H"t)M '" i vrmuyxi pmpotihis rw?-n THE UBAVBNWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17,-1874. kX5a3CK(WK GSff II gHint.es THURSDAY, 6EPIEUBEB. 17, IS--J. BErUBLICAX TICKET. J5r Gmjrfs, Tint DUtrUt, IVliiior A. PMLUM, of tailcc. Fa- Co'smt, Stcmd Pls-.nct, S. . Cobb, of WjKido'.t?. Tcr Central. Thbi VIMritt, IV. It. Jl!ww, ot Eeeo- For Governor, TiiomS A, 0coi-, oflsrer. oitb. fr lAeulenant-Gorcriior, 31. J. tiiLTKB, of ifeosbo. For SrCTrlxry ej Etal'. Tnoxis H. TtTASACOn, -f Sslicr. "or BJilor, ; D. W. Wiuixe, cf Bourbon. Saxcsi. Limy, f-f yem-ua. For AUornry Gereral, A. 31. F. EiWDOLrir, ofCo&y. iV Sti'lendcnt rrullic Instruction.', Jonir Fkazee, of ioui'-as. .Fiir Kxtofi Justice. D. SL VaiJESTrsE. ol i-raiiciic. ED DEATH OF E. H. BUSFEE E. 1L Durfcc died at Lis residence in this citv on Snndav morning, the 12th insL, at 9 o'clock A. i., aged -13 years and 0 months, ire leaves a wife, one son and an adopted daughter. I Ic Lad been suffering for nearly two years with what is ...

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. — 17 September 1874

. - j t . - -- 3 - . .--..,----. . mi y imwis - i i f 1 1 i i -. fwwwwwwMiaieaHi THE LEAVENWORTH WBEE&Y-TmESz , THIJSRDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1874. gfcTy SM i i ' ' TTiTTtrV$K U J i -?: K, mtM wt& THURSDAY, EEITESHJEU 17, 1874. For reJiab!. i.ilicl treatment and speedy care, p o b Ccn'ral Medical In stilute, 7G5, Cemt afreet, St. Louis, Mo. jy6--w Poni'n Extract. In all lrocial and iwlai-n-ry coi-pl-tnts, it w found to give immediat relief followed by pfraan- nt aire, see xtrct -, ' - . MAMIiwnl WOMANHOOD I MAKRIACC! Copa-. In-jaliiarisa to t ac. :!ic cause sad cur- S"i ;'. post paid, for 50 cents, bv Dr.. C. V11rrnR. 617 St. Charles -trccf, M. Los, llo., the great spedalist. Kcid his oris. Ipct free Call or write. His opinion costs nothing. TtCdOsnintriKir -. The Cbamition Glne Co. of Chicago, II!., are li:rr.:ns out a sew article of glee, which ia cfeeijtr nrd lietter than sny cscr before in ibr ia-it. !"ed their "ad." dw -. m Th Graner X-rthwi-. rn S.pply C.:- tiany, S). 'J S ...

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. — 17 September 1874

c- -r nai m. n i mpiignniwWW! ir THB LEAVENWORTH WKEKiiY TIMES: THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1874. '--"" vj ; , Lf- Mtthlu iM THUBSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1874. THBEE-CABD HONTE. Two lious Worsen. Swindled cnt of a Basi etfal of Bibles. List VTedrietilay, tars the .riiia Caiiniia, as the western-bound" train of the Central Ps-cffic railroad arrived at Toano, two wom- r,r the rrn.,dinir clss?. who had been trttTelicg on the train for some time, got off to see if they could find either ein or pinner to go for. Tiiey- naa witu irem a iiasnei filled with nice little I'.iblec, apd with ttee they were goicg around doing good and making money. While on ihe train they sold aeveral Bible, and talked about religion and rum to every one who would submit to being thua afUicted. As they stepped off the train, bowed down by the weight of the baektt,which they.can-ied between tbecvhtre w3 a igh, of relief from the paacngeis, and many a wish was expressed that the train would move ofl and leave tbem. Vhiie w...

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. — 24 September 1874

LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES. THE U LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1874. E.ttliiPiS. 1855. Conwrvative Ejtabliahed by I D. K. Anthony, January, 1861.1 Vol. 29. Ko. 3 T. U . T i? Mcefelli Villus THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2 1S74 PLEADS GUILTY. Mr. Ed. Russell, the Plate Commissioner . of Insurance, publishes a lengthy can! in yesterday morning's Commercial, which is in tended to he an explanation or indication of his conduct in retaining for his own use money lielonging to the State, to the amount of eight thousand dollar, l)"t instead of clearing an the dark affair, it is simply a pleaof guilty, in the plainest tenu, to the indictment found against him hy The Timm. lie admits that he has hecn with holding the Stated money from the treaury siiice lat Spring, has been dctoiting it in the bank?, or making any other use of it that lie saw proper, in his own behalf, and put ting tlie interest into his own pocket. He acknowledge that lie has lieen doing this for about mi months, and le...

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. — 24 September 1874

THE IiEAVENWQRTH WEEKLY TIMES; THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1874. i K Wttlih iw8 THUKSDAY, SEITEMEEB 24, 18 M. REPUBLIC VX TICiOiT. fir Cunjras, First District, WJLU.IM A. TeiLUrs, of aliLc i'trCam, Second District, S. a. Com:, of Wyandotte. Ttr Ctoijw". nird District, X7. K. liaows, ol I-o. r fiorerrcr. Tuoais -. Oieoix, of LciTenwonn, Far Lieutenant-norcrnor, it. J. Saltec, of Kccbc. for Setnlary of State. Tiiovis H. CaVASaCGH, of Saline. Jar Auditor, 1. V.'. W1X.01B, cf Koarbon. Fjr Trtanrrr, Sahcei. I.arriy, of Jiemjbi. For Attorney Gercral, A. II. F. EAj.-nor.ru, of Coflr. For frperiTdendent cf Pullu Irjlrvclitn, JoH Fbazb, of L-onjI. For Aisvialt Justice, I). M. Valistise, of FranVlir. EFFECTS OF THE BACE ISSUE. Illustrations of the suicidal effects of the race issue upon business and material prog ress are seen wherever the White Leagues have been organized and the abuse of the colored race is jiersistently practiced. The colored jeople rarely retaliate or organize n rncTct ilieir...

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. — 24 September 1874

THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES; THUSRDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1874. .4 r fSRtttlff $iraes THUKSDAY, 8LITEMI.EI. 2, 1S7I. Fur reliable ni'Jical treatment and a epeeJy care, so lo the Central Medical In tuitu, 7C3, Cbeenut street. S-. Louis. Mo. iy2G-dAw PBi1'h Extract. I" all bronchial and pulmonary complaints, it is found to give immetliaf relief followed by p ruian nt cure. Sfe Extract Bo, Iree ! tl&w. TliErtranier Xiir.hwrVern Sipplj Ciai- usny, So. 'J Sate street, CaicaRO, is another ood hou-e oned to do biii-iou-i with firm jr. The gentlemen interested oiuie to in with the highest refivlire, and are worthy of conO lence. jrnrll-w227 m To t"onnmrr f Uln. The Cliauipiim Glue Co. of Chicago, I1L, are liirniiis " a new article of glue, which is cl.--r bii.1 l-:tr than anjr ever lie.'ore iu tin- umkrt. Iad tlieir "ad." d.tw I wit jr ' w "siwiityMiJ Marriage! siopii I .. menu to Marriage, tbe cause- ui.l -' Js:nt itzlcd. post-paid, for So carts. Ly !E. C WllnncK, 6:7 M. Charles Street. St...

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. — 24 September 1874

-z. 1 V ivs 9S9MlIfi $" THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1874. SHEBMAU-riTCH. She Kelt Great Washington Weddicg- Preparatioas lor the Coming Event. From the Washington Capital. Clh. In Washington -there baa been no event, fince the Grant-Sirtoris wedding, that haa ittracted ha.f the attention as does that ol the Sherman-Fitch marriage, to tike place in this city, at the church of St. Aloyeiuj, on Thursday, October 1, at 1 1 o'clock. The bride elect is Mies Maria Ewing Sherman, better known to nociety and a large cucle cl frienda as "Minnie Sherman." The groom i an engineer in the United Slatea navy, and enoken of in the highest terms oije- rd by all who know him. The engage ment has been of a year's daration, and tu told that "they met by chance, the uwal way." Several years ago Jitfs anfrmr.ii, during a visit to pome friends at a Wen'crn fort Leavenworth, we think was thrown from her hortc and sustained injuries eo f e rioiMas to place her for many months on the invalid list. A protracted s...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 1 October 1874

i p. nrvyv -wt" -;'-j-V5V---;5J ryr" sSa-wrjwwp-wi! r"is'rC'?3 " 5P-- p-jr -sr -a --! r--' 5 ' THE WEEKLY TIMES. Established. 1855. I Vol. 29. bo. S3. J LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1874. Conservative Established by u. K. Aathoay, January, 1861. J - w r- LEAVENWO&ra k tv. - r tfekt imcs THURSDAY, CCTOI5ER 1, 1871. PEESISTENT MISBXPBESENTATIOS We knew that Phillips, before voting against the repeal of the grab, "remarked a a few remarks" about making haste to obey popular wrat, and it is our intention to publish what he said in due time but we prefer to wait and give his friend the ad- rantage o( tirt puliIMiia? we leccii auyo ating the lepeal of the law. Cummrrcla', The Cummcintii has repeatedly charged Col. i'JiilliH with voting for the act known aa the "-back pai" or "salary grab law." Of imirse, c-rc-ry nun Lnnns that Phillip- was not a uienilter i.f the linn- at the time of the passage of that bill. Kvery honot, well-informed man alo knows that Col. PhilliiH act...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 1 October 1874

"- fe- Lt ws. tHUcltlffi Sinus " THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1874. REPC1H.IWS TICKET. tr Ctayrw. first DUtrkt, VTrLUlM A. PeitU s" ?:CfcJij;rtt. Second DUtriti, ' s. . Cobb, of WyanJotte. Tor Gmarm, 'ihfrd DUtrict W. E. Baow:., ol Creo. For Gomwr, . . .. Tlio-M A. Ojeo.-s. of LeiTitworth. Fur IJeutenimt-GoTemoT,'', M. J. 81-TEB, of KrOsbO. Fvr Secretary tf S&c, Tboiuj II. CirASArr.ii, of Mils.". sjr Auditor, D. w. Wilder, cf Botttbon. V TYvoiww, SuccxL I.ireis, f I.'cnuui. For MUirjiry Oentral,'. X. M. F. Eincolmi, of CuC-y. FerlSuptriidndent of PuKic Ixitruttixi, Joua Fbi-ie, Of IGUjllJ. For Auxiatt Juitice, D. Jl. Valestike. of FiaiiUin. POLITICAL XEETIHOS. Appointments oCiHoa. W. A. Phillip'- Hon. Win. A. rhillijH and others will adlrcM tin pfople at tbo Wlowiuc imc ""ij.?1'! Atchison, Monday, Bi:M,Ii S8,Ml,.,,i '' '"" Trey.TuMdr.tptemlrtn,atsp in. Hiawatha, WeJneaiay. fcei'tembrr SM6, t - ''tenec-. Tli-n-r, Oetcbcrlst, all p. la. Msristilte, Friday, OctobcrM, at 2 p. . in. Waterrll...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 1 October 1874

-S', -V- , V-t . . r "- " '. -rp- .V?f;jrff - r T v : -'a n vr T T0THl2 ty fJ .T ' ' r' - ( e. ! ' a "' THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLXJTIMES: .IHUKSDAY, OCXOBEB I, 1874. )- t-' ' v i L5. o . ? Wnton putts THURSDAY, OSIOBEB J, 18.4. Frre!ib! u (lira! trcattaeirt anl a .e.lr cire, Eo tj t!e Ceatra! Medical I- rtituie, 7Ga,Chenut street, B-. Loun, Ho. PaatYst Kxlraclvever varies ia quali ty or strenjh. Utder atiy trmrtlirt end in all climates it tsosMsae l!.rstiie etftaew, and acccm. 1 sUes si wnoe rut . title Ts CaB)aaere f eMtjsi I'l.r Champion G'.ueCo ofChisaro, Il'.t are lurnin; out a new rt of glue, witch a s .. .1 .mm a aw IsawiVieaaa 4 riifMiwr ami oe:irr siis " --v.- : .i.. .... IV 1 iliir IteaJ Uitir ad.' III III" UI1I r. Titr. Granser Xurtbeni Kjj.pJj Catn innr, S. 'J S's'e etml, tJiicag , :a anotti r ' vhi Litre "I' eJ to t!ci ba-3( witb first r "I'li i,"ii'lrin'i mtercpl ootne tov with i!- IittbtM, re'trn"e, and are wortliy of oibfi Im-c- . jmll-w227 Ms:.kji' v. .iivviioii)! l!t:tt...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 1 October 1874

yz- -ji- "gL !ayr r Wt&h m "SayTociobeb V FA6HI0B . The Fill StTlu la ev York- THE Wool' OOCD. The Boicltiw io fine 1 pooJ3reil.ii. t.oft, flexible tViS; with the iooj! . u hair Miriam Tm ore vara, enctvb ? Rosjian wiolr, y-t re D wirfcea. M as their routh !aca mike tt fieai.e t etufls of which tUe wottM.' b!oif art mule, the French eaui them tecord logl, rouiiw. Iimooi, tic. Jo.I fftt" are given by iaotlidIhtdt of cue ctfor, xtrinci-. blocki ami irregular ilsi.is aid there ia alao Tit: T in the weasir. aim xhowifig limply tiiajcca', tthr ll h loue twill', and cdad rtaiis.; checked l2fc ttpatlertn. TL Sect so0iie rrttriettd to natural lirown arwl gray hu!., aid t! iilaiil ere principally" in thw nlms hm! tuoro'nnr, inrtosii tl the btiilitrt. tnanj IiumI lariats agiin:t wh-c!i tbf l.'I.n are lrete-tirg. Occ of tr.e mvtlties csUti! ljin ou'in it eoit carcel'f-hair in irregula a ii(.a of lnrk brown or black en an tcr:l crttnl. Limousin is a yard acdahalf w.il?, ttii toiti $5.50 a y...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 8 October 1874

LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES. THE liEAVENWORTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1874. Conteryatire Established y D. X. Anthony, Jaaaary, 1861. J EiUMished. 1855 I ol. 29. Ho- 8-' .A & r J? Jr.- Ami 3 ?rH8 afiwM mORSDAY, OCTOBER 8. 1874. TEE SAKE OLD LIZ. The Commercial, in its isnie of yesterday morning, publishes again the exploded lie about Col. Phillips voting against the re peal of the salary grab, and to su-Jain itself in the fal-ehood stoops to the dirtiest of all the dirty acts that it has committed in this campaign : It publishes the record of a vote taken in Congress upon another measure and calls it the vote on the repeal of the salary grab. To fhow the diabolical meanness of this thing, and the bare faced fraud of it, wc have only to eall the reader's attention to the fact that in the record of the vote given by the Commercial the name of Mr. Kasson, of Iowa, the especial champion of the repeal measure, Li recorded in the negative, along with the names of all the member from...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 8 October 1874

THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, OCIOBER 8, 1874. f' ? v Wt&h Ps THURSDAY, OSfOBEB 8, 1874. UEPUsUlClX TICKET. fr dmjrut, Ftrit Dlttriet, WILLIAM A. PjjIL'JPS, of caico. FjrlCvujrett, Seami D'airkt, S. A. Cobb, of Wyandotte. FjtCmnu.TiriVirid. IV. It. Bxows, ol r.eao. Far C armor, TnovifA. OjBOjsr.'oTleiTW'oilh, Fjr X.levten7nt-Gacemer, M. 3. mite, o! Neosho. JVrAerrfaryeS&t. Taosf s II. Cavahacoii, of Ssilne. or AwlilCT, D. W. Wildeb. of Bouiton. Fit Truntrcr, SaxuzC hxrriy, of Ncmshi. For Attorney General. A. M. F. Eiscotra, of CoSVy. Far'.SuperMenlaU of JVlL'e Instruction, Jolts Fsszac, of Z.'cuglaa. . Jiir Auotiait Jttlite, It. M. VaLkyrm:. of Franklin. WHEH THE DEACOX IS HIMSELF. That Great and Good man, Deacon Hotis , ulin i vi"orouJv wields the terri Lie tripod of the Commercial, when he le ran. ..Tonvratnl liv disoourajrinff circum stance?, sometimes makes statements which his frhnds have great difficulty in reconcil ing with the tngb, as well as with his own ...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 8 October 1874

THE LEAVENWOBm WEEKLY TIMES: THUSRDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1874. IS ft V, .mttih Wwm THURSDAY, OCIOBEB S, 1874. For reliable m'dical treatment and! spexdy core, go to the centra slitute, 763, Chescut street, S Louis, Mo jv26-d&w PtnaaVg .Xi arl. We inow of no preparation . qujl to i. Xoihicg pis tbemme charaCii-tics. In tbe extract, natnre and scieriee ar a mb nc. cet mm' " Ii.rlids cr dwp-i't" ,sn eat 'lh ""pa' nitv and relish' I iscaii', rills, or pa-try made with Doolev'e Yesst P.wJer. Tli. inercdier.ts tnlem g into its composition alt chemically purer healtty and BcmiAine. ForEalebygroctragfneri.il. " o Ta Conanirn : saitse. T.e Champion Glue Co. of Chicago, III., are timiinj: out a new article of glue, which is rhen4-r and l-UT than any ever be.ore in ii-r niaiUt Kead their "ad." TncGranrer Xurlhwi a'crn S3pply Cam pany, So. ' f'ta'c ttrect, Caicago, is another ood house oju 1 td to 0 buMoets with farm :n. The K'u 'n,n wtertsjed come to in willi the htl referent, and are worthy of c...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 8 October 1874

7 THE IiEAVESTTPRTH WEEKLY TIMES; THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1874. WttW imM THUBSDA-y, OCTOBER S, 1874. AN O.LD MAX'S STOKY. We are twin brother, Jasper and I. Ojr mother hid left this world of grief and eor row at the moment of cur birth, and we never knew her love; butter place wai in part roprlied by cur father's old Locse kper, Dame Watson, who was a cood, well-mening seal, jet showing none cf that tender care one's own mother can feel. Our father was engrossed by his burises, and tJcroted but little time to hi) motherleae boys, lie was a merchant, and carried on trade in Xew York, some half an hcu ' Irarel bv tU railway. We lived i n a grand ild mansion by the Hudson river. The Morton Homestead was well known through out the courSry for its antiquated and ven erable appearance, having been built b fcre the Bevolutionary War, by our English an cestor, Sir Greenville Morton, who had emigrated to tbij country and adcjitei i: for his own. Time sped on, and when we were eighteen, ill-heal...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 15 October 1874

LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES. JLEAVENWORTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1874. UW$?i'"&.39. Coawryative Established by O. B. Aataoay, January; ISO.! THE Willis -tnw THURSDAY. OCTOBER 1 , 1S74. AKOTHEE IETTES FaXOU GOV. GBJXX Hitherto wehavetreatetl Ex-Gov.Grccn as a Republican, and an honorable man, but if wc read the English langusge correctly, his letter, publMicd inyotcrday morning's Com- .,..,M nmr-oo finfliiivelvthat we have been citing our ..earls before swine. For some time iast we have entertaincu a lingrr- ing suspicion that the conduct of Mr. Green was not altogether that of an honot man, and in the Words of Mr. Green, "the events of the past few days have cone far to con firm this conviction." We have heard it re ported, for two or three weeks, that Mr. Green was playing false, and acting a lie that while declaring publicly, and in a very straightforward and manly way, that he would not 1 a candidate for Congres,it was all the time his intention to become the standard be...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 15 October 1874

. -s 8 THE IiEAVBN-WOHTH WEEKLY TIMES: TUESDAY, OCIOBER 15, 1874. J- mr r- ; Winkh m THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1674. REPUBLICAN TICKET. for Cowtu, rirtt DUtrM, fvrConsrcss, fieamd D&rkl, B. A. Conn, of TJ-ya-dotto. XTtti. Eeow?, o! Eeao. r'ra,rmeriaax A. Osso. of LowMOrtl Fer'ZJndenai-acrmcr. it. 3. aii.T, o: ico-o. Tao--s n. C-v-s-ccs, of Saline. Jor Auditor, . , D. W. Wr-nxa, of rourwa. fa Tnunrer, " S.-rxi. Lar-prr, ot Iemaa. ? Attorney Gnrral. A. M. F. IUsdolpu, of Coffey. .For Sj?-ri!?CT f rmUic Inunction, Jons Feaz-, of Lcuzbs. Tor Attocia'l Jiutitt. V. M. V-L-rrrnre. orFraoEIln. HABD 70 PLEASE. The following leticr, from the Secretary ol the Republican Congressional Committee of this district, to the Chairman of the 'Re form" committee, trill explain itclf : RErtTB-ICAlt CESSBAL COMMITTEE, " First CosoBE5SiosAi.Dii.THiCT, Lxavexwoetii, Oct. 10th, 1871. J Sen. Tfios. r. Fenlon, Chairman : Sib : Your letter to D. L. Palmer, Chair man of the Republican Congressional Com o mitteo...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 15 October 1874

THE LEAVENTVOBTH WEEKLY TIMES; ? TtttTSRDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1874. - 4 .v A 9- WtMn $ls - TnCKSD.VY, OCrOBEE 15, 1S,4. For reliable medical Ireitment and a fpeedr car, so to the Centra! Medical In sStnte, 765, Chemnt street, Si J.180' PCiM KxIrACi proseels tcaJiW in its career of nefnlrew. It has nail a trial and euccers that itoTe itcanr.o'. lieroper eedel Exrfricnce ii uninimsu'. t'Aw . m MAMKXJIl! WOMANHOOD! aiAUI.IV-! z5o pases, lasped-acnts to Mana. tire cause cad cu-e. Sent sezltd, jrast-jwiIJ, for r50 cccts. bv DR. C WHimEE. 617 J-t. CharlK street, iit. LouU, Mo., il.e jrea! rpecialist. Keatl his works. Pamphlet free Call or writs. His opinion coits nothSn-. TnCiininrarno: Ulnc The Clinnpinn Glue Co. of Chicago, I1L, ere turnnz rva. a new article of glue, which is cl.eahT i-ml ItAttr than anj ever before in Iho ssarL-t. Krrsd their "ad." Tbere 1 no l.xca-e tar l'Jor Bread, If Dooley's Yeast I'owdek is used. This is the on It reliable Biking Powder in mar ket. One tr.al will convi...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 15 October 1874

THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1874. Winh, f is THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1S74. MES. BTJPEB'S MPOSTXTEZS. Astonishing; Discovery ia FaxMonaMe Bwdingonie in Great Jonei Street-A Dulling Displav and How it laded. iTOta the New Yoit Saa. Three or lonrweeksago a gentleman com-iH-lo XewYork ciiy from the Weft, be came acquainted, iu the conrcc of long hour of travel in the car, with an unusu ally interesting, accomplished, beautiful, etyli'h woman. She also was oc her way to New York, was going to a ho'.tl, would prefer a boarding house, but did not know any. The gentleman named a highly re spectable Jiou;e where he was acquainted, which was centrally and pleasantly situated, and frequented byaclasi of wealthy and traveled foreigners particularly Trench, Spanish, and Spanish American". Oa ar riving he politciy took her to his boarding house, paid for the carriage, introduced her to the proprietor, spoke a word nydc in favor of the stranger, and went away. The lady took r...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 22 October 1874

LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES. THE JLEAVENWORTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1874. EstailUhea, 1855. I Vol. 29. Ho. 40. J Conservative Established by I D. B. Antnony, January; 186LX If mnMn $ tWCS fHURSlttV. OC.OBEi: 2i, 1S74. COL PHILLIPS LETTER. We call the attention of our readers to the letter from Col. Phillip to Hon. John Guthrie, which we publish this morning. It is calm and dispassionate, and evinces re markable good temper and discretion After all the assurances of friendship and confi dence which Mr. Phillips had received from Mr Green, he had reason to feel surprised at ihecoun-c Mr. Green is now pursuing. He has no occasion to be alarmed as to his own welfare in this content What surpri se him is the breach of confidence in the matter. Wc cannot help thinking vet that Mr. Green's better judgment would have kept him out of the field, but the unwise advice and strenuous efiorts of men who, from their orcheadedness, were more the enemies of the Republican party than hU friends...

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