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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 22 October 1874

X THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THUESDAY, OCIOBER 22, 1874. r I ftglctlttjj ajinws THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22, ISM. REPUBLICAN TICKET. for Cvnjrtu. Tail District, Viluim A. Femurs, of saline. For Cmyrest, Stand DUtrM, S. A. Cobb, I.WyanJoUe. For Cnyren, TJiird Diiirid. W. B. Brows, ci Keno. or Governor, Tiios A. Oiaoas, of Leavenworth, for J.!eu!en3nt'GorerKor, SI. J. Haltke, or Ncoibo. or Secretary Sale, Thokis II. Ctxasarau, of.Eiliae. or Auditor, D. W. WitDKB. of Posrlon. Fyi Trtatmitr, Sawcxx I.irriy, ol rteraiha. For Attorney General, A. M. I". lUsDOLPir, orCoir.-y. or ivyerintenJeat of rMie Inztradim, Jons Fbazih, of Coa'las. For Auxiali Jusiiee, I. M. Vii-Krnsn, of FrsnUin. ( OUXTT TICKET. 0 RrrKLSKSTATIVSS. IMA JUttncl, n. d. sicEv. 2CA J'Utrict, JouxC. Vacua, 21 tt JiUtriet, Jamej T. LrfiiTJ. 22n J Ihttriet, Viu. O. fiorrn' 21M VUtrii, MITCHELL. "or 7rrow. Joux Kirtcn. For Attorney, I.CCIKX EAfc.3. or Orl f lit District Court, Pateick II. Coket. For PnHAle Judge, Jacob IVisteb, F...

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. — 22 October 1874

THE LEAVENWQBTH WEEKLY TIMBS: THUSRDAT, OCTOBER 22, 1874. i WfotUi iMS THUKgDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1S74. For reliable m'dical treatment And a cdv . IP the Uentnt aiu. a stitote, 76o, Ches-ut rtreet, St. Lrow, Mo. niri Mixi'ou:.! Womanhood! 1AIACE! iOj na"c Impediments to M kma-re: tne cause acd crc Scot solid, jbst-paid. for 50 cents, bv Dr. C. WhittiIk. 6:7 Jit. Cnarles Street. St. Louis, Mot. the great specialist. Kead his wors. Pamphlet tree Call or write. His opinion costs nothing- :rCManrrol Ulna. The Champion GIne Co of Chicago, III., are turning out a new article of glue, which is cheaper and Letter than any ever before in the market. Head their "ad." m PoihV KxirmeU The People's Remedy, li cot only afford immediate re lief from piin, Lut is a permanent care fcr many Ji-orJer. Hack at ejrujrgists. d&v 'll Not. To use DooLtY'a Yeast sJbwExn, if yon desire sweet, nutrition rolls, biscuits or pat try. It it the most economical, free from0 injurious substance?, will keep in any cli...

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. — 22 October 1874

THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THU8RDAT, OCTOBER 22, 1874. WiuM$. iwt& THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1874. THE TRIPLE MURDEB; THE DEXON or CEN TRAL PARK. OK, A Story orFashionaljlo New Vork Life. itr r t batxum. CHAPTER I. The niglit was dark anil stormy. As tbo fitful and forked flashes of light ening lit up the hoary scene, a strsnee from might have been observed career ing wildly across the verdant sward that extends northward from the edifice sacr ed to the remains of Theodore ThomaE, and on -trhicU male croquet-players and not allowed to disport themselves. Belated wanders were startled by con linuil peals of wild and unearthly laugh ter. It was the Demon of Central Park! CHAPTER IL Esmeralda was a fair-haired brunette. Her parents were rich but honest. At the peroid our tale opens, she was seated at an open window ot a gorgeous mansion if Fifth Avcuue. (Chile there a handsome youth passed by on the opposite side of the street. He nointed to the "Personals" in copy of the Herald whi...

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. — 29 October 1874

TIMES. THE 1 UEAVENWORTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1874. foueryativejktablkhed Iw I D. B. Anthony, JaauaryTUal.1 (Ji- "VK-J LEAVENW0RTH WEEKLY tffiRejMji f imc'i THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1874. too nrBE to von the straight TICKET. The very general desire to tee lhe affida vit of the Bev. K. M. FLJi in full, makes it our doty to publish it. We copy it from the Senate Journal of '1667, page 702. Voters of the First Congressional District, read the sworn testimony of the Eer. B. M. Fish, relative to the corrupt proposition made by the Bev. Kx-Lientenant-Covernor Xcheniiali Green, to Col. Davis, for the pur pose of clectins S. C. I'omeroy to the United States Senate : R. M. Fish.of lawful age,beingduly sworn, deposes and states: I am a resident of To peka; was here during the Senatorial con test. I occupied room 11 at the Tefft House. Cul. W. R. Davis, of Douglas county, who was a candidate for the Senate, was frequent ly in my room On Friday after the Legis lature met, CoL Davis and 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. — 29 October 1874

0?HE IEAVEWPRyfl WEEKLY TIMjpf Tff UPAYyOC iOBER 29? l74. 0 3f 9B saratjg nwm THUKSDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1874. BEP0BLICA5 TICKET. for CmiTKt, Firtt District, Wluux A. Pait-IJrj, of Saline. For Congress, Semd District, B. A. Cobb, of Wjaadotte. Fur Congress, Tnird District, W. B. Baowsr, of Beno. For Governor, Tnoxas A. Ossoiff, of Leavenworth, Fbr Lieutenant Governor, II. J. fcUrraa, of Neosho. far Strefary of Stale, Tsoaus n. CivjiXicca, ofSaline. or Auditor, D. W. Wilder, of Poarbea. Siarcsx Lirrir, ot Iteaaha. For Attorney General, A. JL F. Eaxdolpb, of Co2V.y. "or Superintendent of FuUie Initrnctim, Jons Fjuzsr, of Douglas. Vr Associate Justice, V. M. Valsstiae, cf Franklin. CODSTI TUKET. IDS EIBE;TiTIVt3. 197. Vianet, 11. V. MrKar. 23 District, John C Vjh.'Oha.v, 2Irn'rf, JaMEl I". LEOSTZ. JinJ Ititrict, War. O. Soi'l.P. 2JM District, WN. Ilowst-. 21 & District, Joctok JIitctieli. Sft D'ttrUt, 0 E. IIOtLESEirK. er Treasurer, John KiKru. AVr Prtat' Judy, Jaooe Wiktss, r Attorney,...

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. — 29 October 1874

SHE IMkVWVQWS WEEKLY TOPS; TgUSBP-T, OCTOBER 29, 1874. - T x WtM Iis THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1871? Psm&'a fcxlrnc -sol for ihe past twenty-re years by physicians of S:hoow. fnr Khe loia'tl'iD. Neura'r.ia, Ache. Pil-, Bleedine'. it- troubles of the Bowel ,'& Forr!itM- m diva' .eva'ai-nt un.t a ..1. ,r -n I., ilif .UAi ri! ll.di-al ln- stitti'. 7C5, Cncwnul -irt. S . Lr u s. Mo jy26-rfA M :i.xji tt.niwfiooD! Mi::..ws' 20oiu;oa- !-; ?t-:s to JI-rr .llie cause :1 crs S.T.t srjleJ. pc 4 paid, for 50 test.. L. Dr. C. V11rrnr. 617 Charles -.trect. M. Louis, ilo.. tl e ptai Sec.st Ke-tliiswcr-s ! -inpl-et free Call or n:r lis opinion cots noihm 154 -0 t Imh, I iMlllf N LSi-jT IA Sl.OUO. Uon-y 10 loiii n long time, at 10 per cent, intrre", on ini roved irm and good bui-ine-. eity ntrty Thrise winding 10 borrow Kill tall 1 11 Mr. Win. Booth. Slate azentol the N rttm.-'iern Mutual Life In surance Company, corner of Fifth and Del aware tdreets. ai(i7-IAw Vow lo sank Uavd Bread. Use Dooi.e...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 29 October 1874

! : l .t , OClOBER 29, ,1874. THE IiEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES i v v Ocelli!) iitts THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1674. A HEW OBLEAHS 'HO 5AME" A Cas Abounding to Parallel to Vilkic O Collins' Fanciful Creation. One of the best of WHke Collins' iLter estiog atoriw is called. -oNine," acd S?nttl to ibe uniolcing of ns narrative octave? mention of the citr of Xew Orleans. toot wteoce one of tto chief charac cm in he storv receivis a rayeteriotH letter. o - ip ;. ,iv w.nk u fiction, and il i, io!d in Collins' own magneticetvlc, si that itcjuimands the earnest attention oi ivkj - . . !. Ilk-it r( rider. . Curiously enough, in this late day, that c i. .......... n lind in ihe same .fcW ., . .,r,.!n.nc of truth a realistic c:.bode which might well have srrved for the cronndwork ot Collins' remarks nxr- rative. The ficls of the case, which were p:cs:n ted io tae writer hut thirtv-iix hours ago iil bihcrelr.flvKiTen: Up to within a year ago there reeidul in the my. well known in fashionable cirtief, a...

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. — 5 November 1874

;o jr. THE WEEKLY TIMES. n CJT r -jS6iS liEAVEN WORTH, KSka THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1874. ) Established. 185 J. Vol. 29. 42. Cirajswrvmtivw Satabluh D. K. Anttony, Jaa . 3" tJJic.:l 111' - i.f"' fiEAVENWQRffl . t i'4 WttW Wmti THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5. 1S74. A aTOEAX HAH. Tod Pure to Support the Bepnbliean Ticket On the 15th of August, 187-1, we made a bet with Deacon Jlouston of one hundred dollars. V. W. Creighton was agreed upon as the stake-holder. We placed in Mr. Creighton's hand a check, of which the fol lowing is a copy: I.EAXESTTGCIU, AaJUSt 13, 1S1. No SaC I ATIOMI- EaK, Far to Htl or 1 eartr, one hundred- . dolJars. 2100. D. H. Asrxiloxr. Mr. Creighton accejited it as cash. He also accepted the paper of Houston as cash. A written agreement of the terms of the bet was also made out in Creighton's handwrit ing, signed by us, and the money and agree ment left with Creighton. . The bet was relative to the nomination of the Great and Good Deacon Houston for Congress We won the bet, ...

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. — 5 November 1874

-a TH JjEA.VEKWOB.TB. WEEKLY TIMES t THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1874. mu&h $imS TIIUHSDAY, NOVEMBER o, 1S71. THE BZSTJLT. The thole Demoatic county ticbot is c'.cctcd bv majorities rMS"2 fronl 100 000 Leavenworth county his been consid- crcdDociaticbv about SCO. This year. hoivcve: various causes led toanu:cn.w TiTrvr-tTr mmrtritv. The first was "' iLeir countv convention put m noouwuuu -d ticJvcC composed oi gosd, capable men. Their partv was united. There were no dis orgamzcrs'in their rants. On the other side, the Republicans were wrangling over the .'rue-lion as to who should be the nomi nee. In the make-up of the Republican ticket some firet-class men were selected, and .. few who were n holly unfit for the places by reason tf.tlcir unporJularity and lack of miral and jolitical integrity. This state of thi.-rp gave the. Democrats tic advantage. A Idc llo thii, p. daily paper.thc Commercial, claiming to be Republican, openly rcpudia tlpart of the ticket, and by persistently pnUis...

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. — 5 November 1874

THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THUSRDAT, NOVEMBER 5, 1874. '& m i 3" G&aAMn flhtlltfS " UJRatt v"' THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1874. -For reliable medial' wM ineedv core, 80 10 taa l TtLVn. .. ..-.-....a ;. nm of the moat JSrS;-5?S! never used Jt inquire oleoma '"""J." crrningitivirttKS. Tryiti tc BMW af . . Champion Gloe Co. of Chian, JUL. mini oat .new article of gloe. which 111., bicb ll.e r. turninr i ch.aoer and better than. any erer beiore io the market. Read their "aa. rl&w m ". .IMIOOD' WOMANHOOD 1 MASEIACEl sCo pacs Impediments to Marruge: the cause ud r-rc Sent f. post-pud. for xo cents, bv I1R. C WlUmEE. 617 St. Charles Street, bt. Louis. Mo., the great specialist. Keaii his works. Pamphlet tree Oil or write. I lis opinion costs nothing. Biew'a Yeast rwer BUnd at the head as the porert and most reliable Biking Powder ever oflered.to ibe liablic. Permit no twe of floor, court n lent to Lave in tbe kitchen, and never fail li produce sweet biscuits, rolls &r., in te...

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. — 5 November 1874

r i-i ' TH&;ijeHa HUBSDA,NOVBMBEte5l874: I iftMWa.VK Ge lA. sjwif Mm THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 18:4. THE WZDDIHO. Something Abent the Hobotj PailT end HoiFt-e Esntf (Best Caste Abont-The Appeaimaeeol irate and Groom. Fom the Chicago Tribune. THE HOSOBE FASflXT ar Pnri.ian French, and the Old house till -- '- . . Uf, in the heutoll'jns. wnere ine last remnant of ino loreigo orancn sun lire. John A. Honore, the progenitor of the Hon ore race la America, cime ot er and settled in Louinville, Ky., in 1808, in the ihirUetb year ot hi age, baring three chilJren two fills an i oce boy. This tor u Francia .core, who entered into the wholts.le bu'ineas with It's father, and made nearly two score tedious trip from New Orleans to Loaisrille, it being necessary at that early period to barge good up the rirer. lie saw Louisville grow from a email town to a large, thriving cily, and gained an ex'en'ire acquaintance, lie died suddenly in 1849, havine the respect and esteem of all who knew him. Thr...

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. — 12 November 1874

THE tEAVENWOHTH WEEKLY TIMES. K Established. 1S55. Vol. 29. lo. 43. I.BAVjUNWORTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1874. Conservative XttrMished by flccWg fiwcs mUKSDAY. NOVEMBER 12, 1S7-J. THE DEACON CLAIMS CBEDIT T02 EEATIKG THE COUSTY TICKET.9 Ti.rKn1t U satkfactorv. TLe measure of success is larger than ire had anticipated. The attempt to carrv Phillips through re wiltctl in the defeat of the Republican coun ts ticket, but that was a result predicted by tie CbninV in the event of local candi dates working for the success of the Repub lican nominee for Congress Commercial. Granting that the Commercial had influ ence enough to defeat the Republican nomi nee r on-ntr olice", how does it place that fhcet Lo!n- tlu- c-.niinunity. They raised the whole county ticket, and through its columns claimed to give that ticket an hon-s-t and hearty suppoit. The above state uient is a confession that they did not do it. The Republican candidates owe their de feat then, according to the Commercia...

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. — 12 November 1874

THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1874. a.ii i i - - - , tWulili iimcs THURSDAY. OVEHBER 1-J' THE TMM. Having 'old the entire job office of The Times, the uetr. department will at an earlv dav be removed lo No. IIS Main street, oprositc'the present office. Tbe new building k 21 by 110 feet, two sDrics on Main street, and three rtories on Water ftreet, with a good baement cellar. A new steam engine and boiler, a retr Hoe cylender press, and a new Jres for THE Tnin, baTo been ordered. It proposed to make The Times rtetrepapcr establi-Jiment th very bet in the West. Tnn Times ha, during the past few jears, Utn very practical in it-s management, and as a consequer.ca its business k placed upon a found bask. Xo cew?paper west of Ch cago ..r St. Louk, ha to-day a larger or a teller pa;.ing line of advertisement. While there ii hardly a paper in the Miouri Valley that is paying expend, Tnc Tiiirs ran boat of having, under its present manage ment, made a handsome imrcenta...

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. — 12 November 1874

rm. IAVENWQWH :yjSEKLY TTMEB: THU8BPAjY jfQVEMBER 12, 1874'. J si WnUn $" THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 18.4. Forrelitble nctHcal treatment and a -peedy caw, so to the IJentrai jne-icmi j .Ji.ute, 7C5, Cheactit street, Sr. Lws. Mo. JjUo-uSW Pwmd'a Extract. Ditets originates from dborder of ibe sjftezn. A Medicine sets en the cause, snd by removing thst, cle stro.vs the disease. Try Extract! tlAw TCOBaarro: lilup. Tlie Champion Olae Co of Chirac", HL. are turning cut a new article of glee, which is cliiar and beater tino any ever Uiore in the- market. iUud Uii-ir "a-!. ei&w llAV:iour. Wowaviigod! Uaeiuacs! aio pt I .." t. acat. to Msmac ; ihe cius- l-.J -'. -c-t -&-. post-paid, for so -., u Us. C. Wurmen, 617 St Charles Street. ?t- Louis. Mo., the -real sjxxiaU: Kcsd Lis works. Paarphlet fee? Jullor r.e His optnioa ts nothirj. The infa"i!nl't? of the Pope was rfcn:Iy decidtd upon by tLe Ecumenical Conceit, at Rome, bjt ve ri ago it was dttnontra ed that Donley' Yeast Powder wa- not ...

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. — 12 November 1874

:IIJMlIS 1874. ! e 1 i I i J IV MWa $"es Si i,' THDBSD.VY, NOVEMBER 12, 1374. If ASA SAHIB. Tt.BlooiyanlEslentlesj Hindoo Chief and Outlaw. 'lie great questioa nor befcKth Engl' pecpV i. wlictlier.UieIIMorC3tIy a - TP.lf.il in India ii of Ifl nol tbe cruel lilt nr ratclnb'eXanaSib.ib. In fcc the bole civil.'zeJ '"'orW is more or hs. interetcd in the sime matter, for Nar.a w a foe t n!l '.mniiiitr outside of Hindoo :ra!o!. The l.fe of Xana excels the wildcfl n unixerver drawn from a vivid iuair.a tion, and we reproduce from oar Eirtrrn and EnJh ciclisnpe', sotue of i! taut sirlkinj; feature. "ana Sahib ws born in 1S24, and lnher ited the tule of I)hundoo Pcmb. II" iwi adopted when very vouns by JJjjee lfo-.lhe jvel-haa or chief of tfce M.raltaF. Oa tic death of Bje without bur, in 1S5I, an ti tite in the x.dghborhood which bad l:c n laMowcd upon 1 itn by the Brititli, wi dt rlarcd 1st Std in the Eart India Ccn-iunv, nnd.a j-rnion of $4j0,000, a year granted to bira and bin family in ...

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. — 19 November 1874

4 v ian 'Hi LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY ; TIMES. THE 5 lAVNWOKTHKANSAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1874. "TT&atfSSShmr fte,.44. i w WtAk Wmw THURSDAY, XOVl-MBER 19. 1874. AWTrTAHT-GEBTBAL TAITOHAX 07 COI 0BAS0- 1 General Champion Vaughan, the editor of the Denver (Colorado) Iribime, and a Jormer editor of the Time, well-known iu this city, has been appointed Adjutant-General of Colorado, by Governor Mcffook. Gen. Vaughn's many friends in this State will be pleaxil to learn of the honor con ferred upon him. For the past two years the Tribune ha been ably conducted, and its editor is fairly entitled to recognition. Gen. Vaughn is one of the most gifted writera in the West May the future have many more good things yet g, stor for him. hash xgkey gzx m kext cohoeess. A careful canvass of the members of the new House of Representative, indicates a preponderance of hard money men Butler, die only inflationist in .New England, has been defeated. Sclicll, of New York, will be the only inflationist f...

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. — 19 November 1874

THE IiEAVEN WORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1874, . K Witth iintts THURSDAY, XOVEilBER 19, 1B74. WHAT 8H0TJXD BE DOSE VTe desire to make some sngjestions con cerning the condnct of the nexl Lesislatnre, with relation to the Bepublican party, its unseat and its future. All the sin of men, in public life, for the last foarteen year?, " hare been unjustly charged to the EepubU can party. InnoSuto in the Union has this been more tree, than in ours. The rea son is plain. The party has.been too large to make caucuses necessary; so Urge that the Bepublican party has been composed of personal parties ; and in the aggregate has been by far too cosmopolitan, both with re lation to men and ideas. Man, whose public action isnotcostrolled bv theallective judgment of those enter taining kindred thoughts and theories, feel acd are governed by no responsibility but to themselves and personal friends. Two such personal parties presenting men for honors, have no other arguments to present ...

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. — 19 November 1874

THB LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMB8:THUSRDAY, NOEMBEB 10, 1874. i r -X WtM pwcs THUBSDAT, NOVEMBER 19, 1674. T-jjttiA-bk medial treat-teat and a MMireiKL to tbe Central Medical In rt55e,765,Cbeotret,8t. Louis, Mo. t FMidMKxtract: Almoa by word 'of saoetii alone, the repntatioo tn I use of Ike Extract hive spread tbroiQ. fca'f tLc fcoasehoM. in lie land. Tr i'. ? v TvCaaua'no! Ular. Tbe ChampioD Glue Co. of Cbicj.i, m iiimin fwit a new article of clue, l 111.. which m cfaeaper aud belter tlian any ever before ia the marlex. Bead their "ad." dim- t Mamiooo! tt'oawuoonl MaksiaceI 36ojq-c, It;eJ eats to Marriage; tbi aui? nU cre. tie t sealed. port-paiJ, for 50 crow. 1y Dc. C Wjirmut, 617 St. diaries Street. St. Louis, Mo., ilie jjre-1 jpccuLt. I tea J his worVs. P-uapIJct free OU! or write lib opinion costs nctliin;. Tsa infallibility of the Pope was rtcenll decided upon bjr tie Ecumenical Council, at Roeif, bat jein -go it waj demonstrated that Doolev'a Yeast Powdtr was not only the beu and ...

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. — 19 November 1874

-o- tL. THE LBAVEyWORTHWEEKLY TIMES: THpB8BAYQYEMBEB 1874. at"Vt . t. . . Wi . 4v A f IHRPFJiIIJ (01;lWlJP!rimi.1eicreiofu-enlLdbnK life; for w- - rj TJIOESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1S74. All OLD-FASHIOIfEB T2A.O And What Cones of It. If von cr. nt to an oW-faioncd tea .....-".. . . -. ,., fcnnW hat it 18 11 POD whirl, th" toitf ii e, be,, c!fP Ic i, hcd hot biscuit, hf U-, and her Vcs The twwt evcial.y, white and rff. " j tiJp. v.th cri cru-l, oaaeu . ..w... brain baa b:en immortalized in stone without number; in fact, a few Tears go, one co-tld hardly lake up a weekly B.o.y piper that dd net introduce "warm, light biscuit", e a prindpif adjocct to atemptin:; meal in one cr mere of iUo1oxmhc ekttche?. -11.1. This ha) imparted a jcminUc halo to Lot biscuit, which bos not only civen tbem un due important-?, bat rreverited triple from recrgnizirg thtir innate depravity. Toe oM fa-hro-jed ita was ro ho4.V5ble with i' pliltt piled up high wi'h ibes&ain lag little cake cf glorified brad, fre...

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. — 26 November 1874

LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES. THE IiEAViiNWORTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1874. &-,. cTrs3S25ftS.i. x t 7 "L - - V Wtefctjt imf5 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1874. -w HASD MOBET AID HASD TIKES. If the "hard money-specie payment"' theo ry If puehed much longer, the laboring rltawsaillln crowded to the wall. The experience of the part few years has demon atrated that fact to the understanding of all sensible men engaged in industrial pursuits. The fanner, the merchant, the mechanic, the manufacturer, the day laborer, and every one engaged in the industrial enter prise! of the land, must now feel that all legislation in this direction only tends to baild up and strengthen the moneyed inter ests of the country. The Times believes now, aa it always has, that the moneyed classes need less attention, and that the in dustrial classes demand, and ought to re ceive, the fostering care of the GovemmOt. The country is in debt over two billions of dollars. Can this debt be paid more easily upon ...

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