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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 26 November 1874

't o fc r cfeis ius THUKSDAY, yOVEMBEB 23, 1674. DUUES THAT WE CA-TSOT EVADE The people of thi- country must prepare to open their parses; they must expect to hear the calls of charity, loud and frequent, cail they must make up their minds to give, and keep jiring, without poking tired. 'ever, in the history of the State, have we experience! a winter Mich as is now opening upon us The droutb.Dtbe hugs, and the grsst-oppcra, have combined to lay waste our iHUs and destroy our substance, rob bing the people of thefruilsof their labor, and'taking away that upon which they de pended for the necessaries of life ; and when to all thess evils we add the general com mercial depression and universal "hard timei" we ha vo upon us a combination of evils such a States or communities arc but rarelv suject to such a combination of mis fortunes as the State never experienced be fore, and it is.to be sincerely hoped, may never experience again. Thousands of our people will, during the winter, be de...

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. — 26 November 1874

2 THB tEAYENWQBTH WEEKLY TIMES: THUSRDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1874. m c WtMu Sty THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1874. FarrelUMe mdicl0iretinot and a lo the Cen'rsl Medial In- -limit-. 765, Cbesnnt street, &. J0" Fob-' Extra. Phjtidtcs of 11 School', Allopsthic, Hor-ceopiihir, Botanic, ntl Eclectic, pnscnos -n i.-vu... Ak of them abcu". it. r& All the costcots, except what wm stored ia the cellar, was cared; the rest falliag a prey to the devouring tJement. The lew will be partially covered by irsarancf, in sot Scares worth compaar. It i 'thought the fire orinited from a defective flae in the second atory of the boae. The faaaily wre at brc a-fat at the time the fire broke cut and had no notice cf it until they vera alarmed by the rc-riaff an J crac-1 nj of tha fiamea, ever before TCBainral Wlue. The Champion G!ne Co. of Cbtm-o, I1U, ,..;-- .. n-ar article of clue, which C IUI WUt V . y i cheai-sT.-d belUr.y)sn any evi in the- market. Read their "ad." .U.w - Eoo-ey's Yeast Powdeb can cot be...

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. — 26 November 1874

c THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES; THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1874. .-,: -ar- AT - J mttiiij mmti "tUDE-DaY, NOVEMBER SC, 1675, The Teainint Hat The aTcrage female is jojt now crazy ever 1..1. Tf he hain't trot a toft felt, with a .-.Vi'.V.rownanda iLievish-lookicg Lria, she is crazv to get one; an nd if fhe his got .i. ;a Mail brcaue fhe did nt ctt tiie other pattern. ot that the praeat Kyle, it it i a ttvlc, is unbcciminj or icoli-li, or idio:ic or anvtiiiii.: of that kind. On the con rarf, we have no cbubt it u iraraecfcclT i retty, and economical, atd ecn-ib!e. Dm that it is so 'ucfati factory! The charmed and delighted woman sho has ja3t got Ltr new hat, puts it on a? the glw, observe the cfl.ct in front, ra Teys botb sides and endangers her r.eck by Irving to get a pep at the teir. She emiles cunipl.cer.tiy, lake one more glance sideways aa ehe leave the rcom and ratlier oat. She wear an air ot triurapli, a? much rs lossy: "Bring catvotlr butel Here's one that rather takes the shite ...

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 December 1874

LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES. IJSAVjSNWOKTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1874. ZmbU&ed. M5J- I Coawrvative Established by D. 2. Anthony, January, 1881- Vol. Z9. no. ' THE $ mttkhMmi IHURSDAY. DECEMBER 3, 1S74. KEBCHAHDISE IK MAILS The question of catrying nierelianillw in tlie maiU having been brought toSSe atten tion or the Postmaster-General bjrjtbc offi cer of two of tc leading express compa nies, Mr. Bang, Sur.-crintcndent of the Pcs la&Kailway Service, ha? Rent a circular to fifty ofathe prominent post-offices, directing n careful sorting and weighing of all mails for the month of December, with ayicw of usccrtaining the jiroportion which each clats bean, to the whole. Both the number of tjieces and the weight is to be itatcd. De- cember is selected as the month when the anaximum. amount of merchandise in the hape of holiday presents is poaring through the mails. The blanks forwarded with this circular are very full and contain classifica tions which will give all needed ...

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 December 1874

HE LEAVENWORTH WJgJffiKL Y TTMES; THUESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1874. H SUtmes Wnm THUBiDAT, DECEMBER 3, 1874, TOO TEAHSPABEHT TO GUIX THE PEOPLE-v. -Senator Promeroy is Btill inTopeka. His troubles, instead of worrying him, have a tendency to make him grow fat. The old gentleman never looked better. lie has a smile and a pleasant Word for every man lie incitt lie is not confidential with any, ex cept such old triedjand true friends as Jim Legate, Deacon Houston, i. a. Jiaxon, auu the Kcv. cx-Lieut.-Gov. ehcraiah Green. When these veU-rans approach, they' are in vited into old Tom's inner sanctum, and what occurs there is only told in low, mys terioos whispers, of awful revelations that wi'1 be made if the bald-headed, Exniling ex-Se.-.a'u)r is pressed to a trial. It is now positively asserCcd that no trial :'! ever take place. A petition, headed by Jivor Earning, of Topeka, and being ex terve"v signed, is in circulation, asling tha a ticfe pros be entered in his case. It will be done, an-1...

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. — 3 December 1874

' 4 THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, IJJSCEMBEB 3, 1874. JL t- i Wtdh 'mts THURSDAY, DECEMSEB 3, 1874. For reliable medical treatment and a speedy cure, go to the Central Medl to slWe, 7fr5, Chesnut street, St- Pj&Ic' To Coner or u,c'- m . n t., film, ri. of Cbicaco. 111.. are luraicR out a new article of glne, which U cheaper ad better than any ever Le-ore in the iaarUt. Kead their "ad." divr 3smFsl Extract is a standard medi cal remedy that is supreme in its pswer ever cases that it claims to control. .Oae tiialconTinces Try it! & Doourr'u Yeast Powder does cot lose all in strength by being urousnt in cod with all sorts of atmoHpaeree. .ccuuuui..-.., easy to use, and make light, sweet biscnit, rolls, wafflfj, cakes, etc, to perfection. For sale by srooeraTerywhere. d&w A Mar nnt, Dr. Hunter's, bpecenc and iDjectlon No.l are warranted to cure the Conor, rhea. Gleet, Cordee, Strictures, diseases of the kidneys, bladder and urinary organs of male and females. Dr. H...

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 December 1874

THE 1BAVENWOBTH WiMSKLY TIMES; THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1874. gbfklg wmis THCE-DAY, DECEMBER S, 1S7J. TEE "BIVOUAC OF THE DEAD ' CHICAGO BURSTS FOP.TE Something Comcodore Vandcrbilt is later-cstcdin-An AccommodatiaffLaaSlcrd-Kr. Medill sad the Tribnae-Ttc Set? Bond to Chicico-An Excited EaUroad president's Views- Chicago. Xov. IC. Feajiie herecillXcw Tort the Chicago of the Ea t. I ell Clii rsga the intellectual centre of the worl iWor cheap living and sbibbj- eitlcwaUs. Ycu csn now board at the iislatiil Palmer Hcu-c for two do'lirs and a half a day. Yetcr iay an hotest o!d Gra&ger from Iowa grcta I Jtd even at that price. Then tbeaccommo datinz Mr. Palmer threw cfi the twotlollars, leiaarkics: "I don't mind throstDg oil the two tloi-lsr-, Mr. llall, bat I feel a little jro.rs3icn al pride in sticking to tLe fifty cent'." The interetirg lop;C3 di5cncI jn Chica go a: pressnl are the advent of Gen. Sba'cr, who hu come to j repare the city for a row eor.flazration.tbe afcecion of Hor...

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. — 10 December 1874

o THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES. IjEAViflNWORTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1874. Established, 1855. I Vol. 29. Ho. 46. J Conservative EstsVuhed It D. S. Anthony, iannary'U&l. "? MMs, 'tm THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1874. THicrmnKKCT qtjzstiow. The ground marked oat by Mr. J. E. Williams, in the September number of the BfiJcef Magazine, in a letter on the finan cial onestion U Hon. John Sherman, will pure, in tho end, we tbink, the battle ground of the currency question, when that question conies op for settlement. Mr. William is President of the Metro politan National Bank? of ew York City, and like many other gentleman who hare given their attention to financial matter, was at first in favor of free banking as a remedy for our financial trouble. The lie pablican State Contention in Indiana, Illi- noI and Pennsylvania for the current year, planted themselves on that platform, and endorsed free banking as a financial remedy; but the response has been too feeble to be en couraging,...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 10 December 1874

THE LEAVENWORTH WiSiSKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1874. ' mtMn lim THURSDAY. .3. . DECEMBER 10, 1S74. TEX PEESIDESrS MESSAGE- The President's mefMse, comprising 11,- 110 vrorif, was receive! and in type before midnight. The Tijim present., it to the pponlc entire; i.ota perfects if it ww set from.manu'cnp out in K" i that the error can easily be discovered. We rend it from beginning to end.nartily, of cour-e. From that reading, we pronounce it a paper of more than ordinary Residential merit. The iop!e ought to read every line ol it. The honest masses cannot fail to endorse it The fubct of finance is ably di-cussed, and 3 meet the views of the controlling majorities of both partic. The 1 'resident say-, "the experience and judgment of the l-eople can lx-t decide just 1 ok much currency i required for the trans action of the buinc of the country." The President',! revicwof the troubles in Louisiana, Arkansas, and other Southern States, is grand. No man who loves liberiy and belie...

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 December 1874

o THE LEAVENTTORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1874. G tllthl 8iws 1 THE KNIGHTS OF THE ROAD. 3 THUK-DAY. DECEMBER 0, 1874, For reliable nodical treatment and a fpc-elv cure, e o ll.e ttniral .Wical J aliiate. 765, CnsBnt ".net, S L. Mo. -"csiii's Zx'.ratl. If a;e i roves tne Extwct is eotatthin that when pcoj..e cr.ee irv. tl.fv can t.tver r inilnced to clianjc lor anything elr. Try it ence ! Their Last Grand Exiiloit--The Kansas Pacific Railroad the Scene of Action. Five Haskcd Men RoIj the Ex press Car of .$25,000 or $30,000. Congress Proceeding to Business in Good Style. Sheriff, All Over the Country, Hunting Robbers. SEXAT. dw ao pa I-aaed-raeati to "-Tia;;e; " e cav- c: i-re" iat uzIJ. post-pi cl.fr.r ro cer.-.. 1.V Dr.. C. V.'HlTTHJt. 617 M. Charles Mrwt. St. Lo-is. Vo.. t' - spra' -jr-ruuist. Head his works, 'Ar-pii!" free Call or write His opinion costs ct.z. Dodley's YrAST Powder docs r.ot loe all in -trenstii Sv lns brought in contact of atmnr ii-eres. I:onCaiia,...

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 December 1874

THE LEAVENWORTH WlEHiKTYy TIMES: THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1874. tfiffwMft mm THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1S74. A HOBEIBLE DEATH- Whoietala Graveyard Bobberies 'in'I"lint Mich. Forty to FiftylCorpsei Pile d Up Like Cord 'Wood. A nfnrv which is so LideCDi and iViclltflil in iia detail. as alinort to be beyond belief hat come to lixht in the town of Flint Mich. There have U?n cfbrts en all fides to eyp prerf (be horrible tale, and up to this time the public hare been kept somewhat in the . dark at to the true fact? which are about to be narrated. Although from time to time rumor have leaked out, and the Stale pa ert have even affected to give some details of thestorv. it has remained for the 'emni- p?ent 'J'imts to uncoter the truth, and pre sent the njjitcry sn tne lull light 01 its blbod-cnrdlmg details. Scch a story is if told disgraces the name of humanity, ani the trait; of character or CtndiHhrHai reveal ed are such a) devil' themrclve) must he horrified to fc exhibited. It appear:) tha...

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. — 17 December 1874

5S iTV-r- epr- -'- 'ci-' --- - v- sr-'8- . J - --- LEAVENWORTH i WEEKLY TIMES. THE IiEAV-riNWOBTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1874. Coasaryative Established by D. B. Anthony, January, ISO. SiUtHAea, 1855. I Vol- 29. Ho. B-' -"--' Si tSBwMj aJimw THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1", 1874- ursnncAnoH- We call the attention of our readers to the chapter of Kama History which we publish this rooming. William rhillips was one oi uic -.-. and best men that ever lived in Kansai. He wax abducted from his home by a gang of scoundrels, among whom wan D.Scott Boyle, a protageof Judge Lecompte, ai.d a clerk of hit Court, appointed by him. Phillips was afterward?, by tliote saine men, brutally murdered, in "his own lioti-e, on Shawnee street, in this city. We restectfully ask our people to read the resolutions adopted by the meeting which was co. "aiy and doauenlly aaditsted by Judge Jjeeomptc" Tale notice that these eornplimentory words are un-d about Judge Lecompte in the official report of the meeting,...

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. — 17 December 1874

-55cr-j"- THE IiEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1874. '-v: mtM $ THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1874. BKVATOK nrOAlLS AT WOBX- The telegraph has informed our readers that three or lour important bills -ave al ready been introduced by Senator Ingalla We learn by yesterday's dispatches that he has prevailed upon the Secretary of the Treasury to submit a report favoring an ap propriation for the Fort buildings of 100, 000. Our citizens may rest assured that when Secretary Bristow asks for the funds Congress will grant the request. The fact that the Secretary has made the recommend is only additional evidence of the rapidly in creasing influence of the Senator at the Na tional Capital. The people of the State, without distinc tion of party, will thank him for his prompt action in the matter. The following w the telegram received : The Secretary of the Treasury has con sented to submit an estimate oi an appropri ation of $100,000, to be expended upon the Military Prison at Fort L...

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. — 17 December 1874

---$SS-r- '."' '-? '& jiT"- TT TTTTVWqpqBHHHVmHHHH v ?&-t??3zi'As. t's---""'zr s- - 5-f.-- ""---Vc?VA -4,. V ' -y--x " -v--' t " " "2i J ; - - - - Vi.- ' v - THE LEAVENWORTH WJIiifiKLY TIMES: THURSDAYDECEMBER 17, 18T4. mttkl iimcs THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1874. For reliable medical tresttne nt and a speedy cure, co o the On'ral Medical In stitute. 765, Cbesotit street, St. Liih, Mo. rad'M Kxlmol. Dtusrgi-s keep ,, and .lmot every one krows, and is ac-qa.in-ed with its value. Try it one, and jon will never te wuuuui 14. ..,.. C-. XlASIIOOIM UOMAMKKIU! KARRIAOS! aio prs. -nj-d.-nent to Msmji; ire cause and cltc S'M rrf. post-paid, for 50 cccu bv Dr. C Wiiittifr, 617 Charles Street. M. Louis. Mo., the prr-it specialist. Kexd his works, i-topblet free Call or write. His opinyjn costs nothing. It k only nrceeserv to nse I alf a much of DooLEY'fi Yeaht Powder ai tboeeof ordi nary manufaciirp, coneqU ritly it U cheap er. Will not epjil in any climate if kept dry. For rale by all groc...

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 December 1874

- ..-w i:n i j: - --sr - '- .-.- a- 2r vri fi THE IiBAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMBS i : P, DECEMBER 17, 1874. tffllwMa Stfuus TMDBSDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1S74- DIAKOKD SUPTIA13. "Arabian Hights" in Sonth meri-A Jen kins Who Can Double-Discount All His Fellow Where's Sharon Sow!. The liour is midnight, and I have josl come in a trifle jsdeJ, but, belore retiring, J purio-e while jet the fact are vivid in my mind to ive you some account of a wedding I .Handed this evening It wae a wedding, i nuke bold 10 f.y, tUe like ot which wa, never celebrated on tuber coaULenl. Ihe Li"h CGntrain5 parties to the marriage w"ri Malta, only daughter of De Soun Ca bral, TUE GEEAT DIAMOND KISG of South America, and Geor.-e Arthur Throckmorton, a native cf Kentucky, Umud Stales of America, who, for the part live years, has been succtrsfully eniaged in railrusdioR in this couniry, ith Iieidquar ur al Ku Janeiro. De Sjuzj Csbrsl in princiiai owner o nine of the richest d a mond mines in SoJih Amtnci, and from them, 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. — 24 December 1874

LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES. JLEAVjSNWORTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1874. Established, 1855. I Conservative Established by D. i. Anthony, January; 161. Vol. HO. -W. -. THE Itcltlg Stas 9 THUK-DAY. DE-EMBEK 21, 1874, THE JUDGMENT- Yirterdav, Judge Sherry refuel to grant a new tria'l in tl.e U-conipte libel Hilt again-tTilETiMr. The line was nxed at $500 and co-t. The ca wa promptly ap pealed to the Supreme Court. If a new ml k granted we hof the next J" fnSfromi.wiu.UcB. I the court below . Mi-taincd l e will pay the fine ithout winn ing. If the Court, the jury and Lecompte can stand it, e can. The Tim& ha not been actuated by malice in the publication of the libelous ar ticle. No malice was proved and no proof was offered. The libelous words were in our humble opinion, proved true. We thought them true when they ere pub lished, and now know thtm to be more than Srue. The English language cannot descrilie a more infamous character than that which reputation, history, and publ...

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 December 1874

THE LEAVENWORTH WJSJSKLY TIMES: TflUKSDAYDECEMBEK 24, t.874. o 5 Wittlik SJimts TIIUi: DAY, DECEMSEK 21, 1S74, THE DIAKOITD WEDDIKG. Some iavs apo we publi-lied an account of the Diamond Wedding in Brazil. To day tre publi-Ii another chanter in the his tory of this Arabian tale, which our read era will undoubtedly devour with the s-ame intcrc-t that they read the former article. Cabral it cm i worth only fifty billion, or about twenty time our national debt, and or Throckmorton has only the i-niall tajttance of five millions to commence mar ried life with. We are well acquainted with the spot in Xew York selected for the summer home of the happy oun couple. Thev have for their country re-ideiice only cisht tkonund acre", in Columbia county, purcka"d at a con of 'eix hundred and fifty thousand dollar-, and the old gentleman will (-twiil only alsmt halt a million to fix it up for them. The stingy old cii-a ought to give the injor, lowng young couple at lea-t tin billions, merely a a t...

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 December 1874

THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1874. ? miuih ncs THUKSDVr, DECEMBER 21, 1874. I.i.t4 Xli-rU. Although mi t.reme over J.ain, it hw a. higher ad more ti-efn! field of action, for it strike- at the rout f many disorders. Try it. tkw -V-a j - - -- . - -. urength, and menu in producing row hread, bUuit, Ac dA-w ; Ts CviKDmrr Ml"1. Ve:lnn!'ionlafCo of Chicico, 111.. nr- tnrrir ill' new article of glue, which ;. .;,.. .r bHtT than dt esr ne'oi H .ll'l-' ' . . , .. in (lit L'lirlrt. .t , . 1J-...1 .l.i- ' ited their "ftd.' dA MAN'iJ'irtl V- oviAMitxisl 'J.irH'cs! soo p-ci. I iiii T.crts to Manure . the cause ard cere, int srzt;d. post-jia:d.lcr SO ccr.u, bv 1JR. C Whittus, 617 M. Cti3tJ Street, I-t. Ixjuis. Mo., the feai ypoaalist. Kead his woiVs AmpUet free CiU or wr.t. Ills opin:cn costs nothing. Would HeTer Use Them If jierwms were aware of the injunou-i character of mo-t Jlaking l'ondeis nowj for sale in everv town in our countrv, tliev would never u-e them. A flak...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 24 December 1874

THE IiEAVEmVQRTH WJfirSKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, DECEMBER 24, "874. S - mulJL iimcs rMUKSDAY. DECIMBIIK21 1874. FtJET AHD IXAMES A Terrible Straggle for Liie-An Avenging Husband. The Birhoiuniew (Iod ) Democrat gives the loliuwing account o! a Hint!" enioun ter ol a niau wiin the Mincer ! hi wile: An aQ.ir occurred ou Sunday evemig l-t, a lew mile .r heasi Ol Culumbu, which, but fur a .lifl ai iuiwpo&i iou, would iiVe resulted in tue death of a uian-a d.ajb tomb: to cumeiuplate by being; IcrculT placed in a fire and burned. A we bave oeen able lo Imiii them, tbe pin cul.rs are a follow,-: A man Jiving in tbe ne.fcr.bor hood eiukeu of, b.s tor wine time 6uicted impn.t. r rrla.torw between a u an, wh i m i a ueighb.r, though no positive evidet.ee of ihe truth ol these supic.o reached him un'H the uitht alluded to. S,me movements of the i-ui-peceJ man on tbe afternoon of that dv mouced him io return home hecretlv (he ha'rii g arranged to be awaj) toon alitr dark. He eli.doweJ the horn 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. — 31 December 1874

ST' LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES. THE LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS, THURSDAT, DECEMBER 31, 1874. Conservative SetaVUafcea or D. X. Antaoay, Jam-wry, 191. Wi.. rriUBSDAY, DECEMBERS!. 1874. tut TMAJCIU QUESTIOK. Evcrvbodv will feel like rejoicingly f tie' fact' that the Covert has a L agreed p a dcf""tc 10,1r' ,n,W8 tothecurrency. AcompromisehasbW fected lietwecn the President and Congress, UdiflnoviJl,dhel.ne indrawn about half-way lietwecn them. The who think with us, that the , coun try ,d.,o co.W. --na-1 T rency should consist of treasury notes or greenback, will regret that the question Lid not have been settled upon a basis somewhat different, but the fact that it has ! allied at all, will 1 hailed as a happy augury, and a promise of better times. Our judgment and convictions were on the ride of the question taken by Con gress, but the question of finance is a knotty problem, and one concerning which none of us can lav claim to infallibility; it U a ques tion upon which the best minds of the...

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