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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 31 December 1874

; r - - !rqB liEAyEJTWBTH WJM-KLY TIMES: TflUBSDAY, DECEMBER 31, 4,874 -'-: 'i s JSi " -s. I FnC-" C. f-S.- Nj! .- . 'olwlilg itmcs THUR-DAY, DECEMBER 31, 1874, 0E2HITT SaOTH DEAD.! TV telegraph brings the sad new of the deal" f one of the purert, the hot, and the noble, of men, Gerritt Smith. His peer cannot be found in the world. His life was almost faultier. IWswxl of great wealth, he lavLhed his riches upon the needy and the deserving, without limit. His Chris tianity was of the heart. He pracitsed it not only seven days in the week, but for his whole life. His love included all man kind. He knew no church, no State, no country, in that love. He waa more than a patriot he was a philanthropist in the broadest acceptation of the term. The na tint, mv well mourn his death. Who 11 take his place? Xo one, we fear! Smith' soul will rest in peace. Gerritt A WORD TO THE WISE During the late campaign a gentleman informed us that Col. Houston was tired of personal joumalifm, and was willi...

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. — 31 December 1874

-5 , THE IaEAVJJNWORTH :WHE1KLY TIMES: THt?JRSPAY, DECEMBER 31, 1874. mt&h imts THURSDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1874 -ForreIUl.1 mrdical .t "f rpriT a, o b "S1 'i? Mot YtPowderafter giving, it a . trial. Its rapidly increaeing sale is owing finely to iti purity and ctrcngth For ale by grocers everywhere a" Pm'sTm EX'raCt h J been content to wait until, by it own merits alone, iw Se has spread to every part of the country Uywigli the reports of apcruner: kkw T rMBBTB ' ' The Champion Gloe Co. of Chicago, I1L, re turning out . new article of 8lne, which ia cheaper and belter than any ever before la the market. Kead their "d." dAw Manhood' Womamiood! Maekiabs the to paces. Ircpcd-ments 10 .Marrsc. cause and cure, bent "iUd, post-paid for M. Co oents. bv DR. vminiti, rreil (2uri Street, .iu w. " " tier GiUctfWTite. His opinion costs nothing. A aar TMBS- n- ryana kn.Mfii and Injection No.l are warranted to cure the Oon .i.... ii.... pnri. Htrirtnrea. clots diseases Of the kidneys, bladder and...

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. — 31 December 1874

Tf -r&r :r -- " ft -X THE UE AVENWORTH WJCiCKLY 11MES; TfllDABECEMBiat 3lV 1874. At , i Mv irs li J ' I gSwItlii $.. TTIUIfcDA.Y, DE3EUEEB 31, 1874, Ereadxa7 Beauty- One of tlic principal exen-e which wo men plead for the care they take to make themtlves apar beautiful i", that thfe care U chiellr cmplovvd in order to w csire the approval ot the men. Vt'e have heanl this artlet-s confusion made many lime, ami arc willing to accept it in the rood fath in which it is offered. hen a man ftvs a woman elaborately and expen Mclvdrcsel for the present we leave Kd"tate out of the question leading a p,-pcl life acconlin' to !t. Worth, he cr-t-ri.-iiccs a certain feeling of gratification uiion learning that all the extravagance has leen committed solely uton his own ac count. Tlie only proviso is that he ia not exjiected to pay "the liills, when, in addition to a gorgeou- toilet, he jierccivefl that the woman who has attracted his eye, has washed her face with Oriental crearj, tint ed her...

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. — 7 January 1875

KEY TF THE Jf . - -wvi-r ,-'", T" ? -" TWI ( IiBAYjiNWORTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 7, 1875. Established, 18S5. I Vol. 29. Ho. 47. EM3X3SIIVlAi LEAVENWOETH WEE r-1!! M r . r lv t '.r IV Br-cltlu aUinws TIIUKSDAY, JAXUABY 7, 187 THE TIME3-1875. It is with profound gratitude to a gener ous people, for the liberal patronage ex tended to The Tinrs the past year, that we greet our readers on the year 1S73, and wuh every one of its patrons not only a happy, hut a prosperous year. We are indebted to the public for a patronage that has made Tun Tuns, under it present management, the only paying pajer ever published in IeatcnworOi. (We except the Freie Pretse, under the control of the Messrs. Haberlein.) " The reasonof our ueecs is plain : The Time i run on business principles. Xear- ly four years ago, when we Jxugbt the Iiul- Ictinhe Contcrratire, and The Tnins, and consolidated them all in The Times, we announced tliat hereafter the publishing of this paper would beourpcrmanent business....

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. — 7 January 1875

THE LBAVliNVfORa'H WEEKLY TIMJESr HCSBAJa-JjCIFAIJar, -187c;: X y j o WLtMi tmcs TIIDBSDAY, JAXUARY 7, 1875. TKX BZUMATIOV MIVQ GOOD WOBK By reference to'our special telegram from Washington, it will be seen that our delega tion is hard "ai work. It will be noticed that they are cot seeking special legislation for the benefit of railroad monopolies, or of individuals, but only seek the passage of tuck acta as benefit the great mass of our in dustrial population. This is positive proof that they fairly and honestly represent the fanning and mechanical interests of the State. He who does not sec and acknowl edge this fact is, indeed, blinded by par tisan feeling. THE SSTASTHZXT OF TEE GULF Gen. Sheridan has awumed command of the Department of the Gulf. The law abiding, liberty-loving people of the land breathe freer in consequence. President Grant knows Sheridan better than any one else. He knows that Sheridan will execute bis command. He has given him discre tionary power, because he...

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. — 7 January 1875

THE EBAVEWORTH Etf'TSMESP 7, 1875. LXJ V ill W .-! W-J--! I? r i-.. f IV bi. I- Y" l- s. BU.;' far tfiBM&la imts - - - "" " THURSDAY, J.YXUAP.Y 7, 1S75. J'oilrt'-. Kx(rcl. "Merit wins" is the motto of the Extract, and tho- who have u-cil it have not been slow to make the merit known. Trv it once ! TtaCmaAlaiilaa-aaUf .l,,r. it, Champion l.'tie Co of Clnr-: !!., rtr lurnmsoat r.e article of tic', tier .. ,.l...,, ,.il I.itpr than anr f Cr iiorr ., I".. I al..,iV f.l '" 2 il (fir rtrri'ri. Kud thrir v.. J.. .l5AlK-.'loAI JlAkC ' "' isjrt Jj;rr B-rallo Mur .,-e. t:c iA a xi JKJ so cctit. i Da. C. WiHTTitt, (--; .- OiarlM Sira'-l. hL Ljouk. i'o.. tl.e p-e.. s.prealt.1. l'e-db!So-is j'ansjAVt I er lli!i or v.-ri:e. HU o-xcicn costs aoii. ij Eeaoci Why. The reason why Dr. Trie;' True Flavor ing KxtracU, Ixrinon, Vanilla, ito, are mi icrior to all other is because they are pre jiareil from the clmicot selccleJ fruits and ammatlc-, without coloring or jaoi.-onous oils, that all the flav...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 7 January 1875

TBnfiTXHriCVJfiJS WUKTJi WEEKLY TIMESfleSD4:YrJAN0ARY 7, 1875. tSSeffelH Hfimts THURSDAY, JANUARY 7, 1875. THE DEATH OF THE OLD TEAE- BT ALFBED TErSTSOJ.. Fell kn?-J-p lie the winter snow. And the winter winds re wmtIIj slgbing; Toll t the church bell tad and iJuw, And tread aoftljr ant siak low, For ISe Old Vr Ilea adj-lmj. I lid Year jou nAst not die; a Yoa came r6 as so readHjT, You lired with u so steadily, Okl Year jou siill not d le. o He lletb still; be doth not jnore;- Ile will not sesfUte dawn of day; He hath no other life above; lie gare me a friend and a true, true lore, And the New Year will take 'em away. Old Year you must not go; So long as you have been with us, feuchjoy as you bare aeen with us; Old Tear you Uoll not go. How hard he breathes! Orer the snow I heard just now the crowing cock. The shadows flicker toand fro; The cricket chin"; the light burns low; Tis nearly twelve o'clock. fehake hands before you die, Old Year, we'll dearly rue for yon; What is it we ca...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 14 January 1875

LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES. J THE ,f o UEAVNW.ORTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 14, L875. CoaserratiT Established by D. S. Anthony, January, 1861. Established. 1855. I Vol. 29. So. 48. J i , 4 :i i-tf ;" l " -& i il ?! ' P-- v y fw "Sol cc Is Ii) $inus TiiriLSD.vY, j.vxi'Airy u, isrs. C1JBISTIAKITY TS PAGANISM. In the Gimuumal tit Dec 31st, Deacon IIiuston, in correcting the misprint in re gard to tlie Douay version of the Bible, says tit- contot is between "Christianity and Paganism." Tlie Sunday previous he sta ted that Bishop Miege pronounced our .school houses to be "Pagan temples," tlie IX aeon coinciding with tlie tame. The "other brother," says a inemlier of the "Academy of Science," avowed hi profound lielief in tlie Darwinian theory of develop ment, which, the "brother" pronounced, oj oscd to the Scriptural account of creation, given in Gcncsisj and deplored the apathy of the public, in permitting such statements to pam unnoticed. Tlie remarks given above are no s uggcs- ti...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 14 January 1875

7 ; - I' rr IV IV I s-'t .. I nu -SwuId SiJimJBS THURSDAY, J.X,YKY 14, 1875. IAWLESHST3S. During lias season of the year, iiecp'.e Msem to lose all the little regard tfcey have heretofore held for the law. Every paper you read teems with accounts of crime?, committed in every section of the country. The "White Leaguers of the South are daily defying the authorities, in a manner that would reflect anything but credit on a c ivi lized world. The Muncie train robbers ex hibited such utter disregard of law that L they not only robbed the express company, but also imperilled the lives of all the pas sengers and only one of them ha been aptured. And now from our neighboring I little village of Atchison comes the news of tlmlder crimes. A few days ago we chroni cled the lold attempt to assassinate 15. 1". "Waggcner, while returning from his law j office, toward midnight. The iiolice ba.e j no idea of the name of this would-be mur I derer. And this morning we publish an I other account, fro...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 14 January 1875

THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, JANUARY 14, 1875. - 4 r" ,', -ft iJ ;-t,i --r:: tfe.v WnWwM -r THUItD.Vy, JAXCAKY 1-J, 1375. Iii'l' Ksiraer.-Mniilco.hcr jtre aration have H-curcJ a tempvary jwpular , the Extract ha1 Vcpl the even tenor of its wv for more than 'Si rear. " I&v To.Conzumert of Glue. TlieQiamwn Glue Ox, of Oiiago, III, srv tuniiii" out a new article of glue. nhith U clicatier and letter than any ever More in the market. Kcad their "ail." . . dsw . . iyjioo! 'Womanaood! ijAKiaAGE! 'Jafiirtgc. Irajiedimenh, to ATarriape; I he cata-c and cure. Sent raW, jxt-j.aid, fr.r 3D cents, hv l)c li. "Wurmnr., C17 St. Charles f'irwti St. Louix, Mo, the great riiecyalUt. lU-ad liis worfa l'atiiti'.ets ln Call or write. His eiiinkin ccits notliirg. 2eajona Why Tlie reafons wliv Dr. IVic-'- Tree Haver ing Extract!, Lemon, Yanirta, etc, are mi jierior to all ofl( i because Uiev are re jiarwl from the choicest selected fruit? and urom.Ufc. uTlriout coloring or twisonotis il, t...

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. — 14 January 1875

n THE l,EAVMrVVORT3Et WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, JANUARY 14, 875. aQ &- Ur l' IT If e WEttliln gUi utcs THURSDAY, JANUARY 14, 1S75. Foolish Hsoitj. Dr. Hall in his Journal tf lloatih, enu merates several practices of the careless jiublic, which are ponietime" a-i dangerous as they are foolish. Walking alon the street with the point of an umbrella flicking out behind, under the arm r over the hhoulder. 15 sudden ly ftoiing to cjieak to a friend, a per-on walking in the rear had his brain penetra ted through thfe eye, and-di'jd within a few day. To carry a long pencilin'thc vtt or out Milc coat pocket. Xot long wince, a clerk in Xew York fell, and a long cedar jiencil ho jvnetnited an important artery that it had to be cut down from the hhoulder to pre ovent his bleeding to death. To take exercic, or walk for the health, 0 when every step is a drag, and intinct ur ges rejiosc. To guzzle down a glass of cold water on cetting up in the morning without any feel ing of thirst, under the ...

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. — 21 January 1875

J LEAVENW(MTH V THE JL,EAVJNWORTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JANTJARY 21, 1875. Conservative EitaDlUhed ly D. E. Anthony, January, 1881. , e EtaWUhedi 1855. t Vol. 29. Ke. 4B. I WEEKLY TIMES m V i VT $ f i ' . , J fl! f lv i -' t'i .- v ye r- '$ . $" TIIL'nSDAY.JASLWKY 21, lfc7o. SPECIAL MESSAGE Of the President on Hie LouM ana Affair. He Sustains "Gallant I'lii.' His .Conduct, in And il. "Uphold tho Kellocc GoTtrnment, Until Congress Acts in tho tcr. Mat- A Documeut or More than Ordi nary Importance. Washington-, D. C, IX. 13. To the Sarnie cf t United Siiita : T have the honor to mate the following answer to a Senate resolution of the 8ih inst, asking for inforniation a to my in terference hy any military officer", or any part of the army of the United States with the organization or pructediiic of the Gen eral Assembly of the State of Louisiana, or ither branch thereof, and also inquiring in regard to the existence of armed organi zations in that section hostile to the gov ernment thereo...

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. — 21 January 1875

THE LEAYEK WORTH, WEEKLY TIMES: THlHSlAT, JANUARY 21, 1875. Irl I ( M n A IJ5 I IV l I i. u m ft Rf; JB I" ffttoltls ttjftmts THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, 1S75. LOUuI&KA. ; Since 18C0, now near? fourteen yCSrx, the former dav-eStaU-v comprising the en tire Fouthem group of our Union, have been in a disturbed and unsettled condition. From April, 18C1 !o April, 1SC5, the flame of civil war fcwejit over that entire H-ctiun, from the Potomac to the Rio Grande. There are none, we believe, who deny that that war grew out of the fact -that the South ern State, from the time of our Colonial le jendojice, had been devoted to the institu tion of slavery, which resulted in the de velo'itnent of a (social and industrial organ ism, radically diflerent from tho-e o' the Xorth. Thi, in its tmn, brought aliout a sta.e of things anticipateil and ibeaded by i-emc of the mot wise and patriotic fathers 01 the country. The alienation, engendered by years cf jiolitical strife liotwecn the two great jo'ili c...

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. — 21 January 1875

THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, 1875. ', h i n , in . fr- . fi o 9 5 I . Mctltlffi Sinus THURSDAY, JAXUARY 21, 1875. THE TIMES. KaTABLIBHKD J fe?D.' The Oldest, Largest Cheapest A kbTlilW rra 1 T.A. Da-it, pervear Wcuclt. ijir- $S.( LW Dlired to mar p-rt of Ibeiltr bj enter at twent y-fi ve cent a wtefc. Address !I orler to THE TTTVrRR, LAHV.nwnrihf Kku. PutKl'rt I- XI ran hu a carter of "" warn an a standard medicine, during which time it Iina made a reputation tlirough eery part of the conutrv. Trv it! To Comnmen of Olae. The Champion Glue Co., of Chicago, III., are turning out a new article of glue, Vhich u cheaper and better than anv- ever before in tlie market. Read their 'ad." d.lvr Manhood! Womanhood: Mariuaok! "GO pajus. Impi-dimem to Marriage: flie cati-v and cure. Sent renlnt, -l paid, for SO tentx, bj Uic C WlirmEB, 017 St. t.hnrlfs ntn-et,. St. LouU, Mo., the great epecialiat. Reed liis works. Pamphlets tree. (JjII or write. Ilia opinion tii-l nothing...

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. — 21 January 1875

THEJLEAEKWORTH WEEKLY TIMgS; JhMsjPAY, jANAjRii, 1187. v jSteritla Whites THUKSDAY, JAXUAKY 21, 1S75. r The Woet of Eixie-Who ii to Blame 1 A disposition is manifested in certain r quarters to hold the administration, or Con gress, or the party in power, rc'jwnsible for thing that occur or ciit quite indein dently of parties, Congresses or President!!. Tor instance, if a gang of desperadoes in Louisiana, Mississippi or Tennessee, arm themselves with fchot-gun, nUes and pis tols, and go gunning for niggers, these bi ased partisan 'critics instantly charge all th blame upon the wicVed "radicals," who enfranchised the "nigger," and the detesta ble carpet-bagger who induct the nigger to Tote for him. If the cliivslnc Southerners organize armies, drill in K-cret, provide themselves with all the engines of war, and, when all is read, deliver battle and vforoe county, municipal and State officers to abdicate, anil if the President, in repone to a requisition duly made, sends troops to dUpe...

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. — 28 January 1875

TIMES. J THE 'rir : a JLBAVjNWOKTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 28, 1875. - EttaTilUhed. 1145, I Vol. 9. Bo. 18. J Conserrativs EstaWUaed hy O. B. Anthony, Jaauary; 1861. - - - r - ,-- iir-i:-arJg- rVif ' m U sV- ?m yiW7 Vk. T- A' Vi. m i ,' m ' m afl W - WEEKLY iYi a v KMuma I & i A- ? &: F .. r. c o uStoltlrj ms THURSDAY, JANUARY 2, 1875. JOBS- The practice of making bogus claims against the city, and employing councilmcn to aid in putting the job through, at so much per cent, or for a stipulated sum, is an evil to great that it demands the atten tion of every tax-payer in our city. We had much experience in the cares while Mayor of Leavenworth. A score of jobs were put through, vetoed, passed ovei the leto and paid, which were unquestion ably illegal. The councilmcn voting for the jobs through venality, ignorance or prejudice. Couucilmen have been known to enter- tain opinions on important questions, gay uch vital question as were at issue when the railroad track was torn t...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 28 January 1875

f H hi uiticHli gftnws TIIURSDAY, JANUARY 23, 1673. THE PITEE'.DEKOCBACY. Tlie Democracy undoubtedly feci very bad over tlie developments in the Tacifie Mail Investigation- Their battle cry lart Xo ember as, "The Jlcpublican tiartv U corrupt," and they jwintcd out many exam ples of corruption in Republican Cun growmen. But, of course, they studiously avoided any allusion to the many corrupt act of their leaders. But, notwithstanding this, the Pacific Mail Fub tidy fund was a source of considerable rev enue to these so-called reformers. Bonn Piatt, of the Washington Capital, with whm most of the lies about President Grant have originated, was convicted of re ceiving $5,000 ; and Schumakcr, another Democratic bird, received, wc think, $275, 000. Yet the Democratic party is pure and incorruptible. And then this sweet-scented gooc, better known as "Poor Pang," who lives on the road from Xopcka to Kansas City, is another example. Nobody ever be lieved anything he wrote, etill he jicrsist...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 28 January 1875

THE IiBAVENWOBTH WEEKLY TIMES, THUKSDAYr JlANUAJRY 28, 1875. . V- o K? , X" . i. .- Ki Fi M I. r r .. J. ?KmMk SUiibm THURSDAYr JAKDABY 28, 1S7S. - Pwnt'n xl rUf . "Why suffer from the acute pains of headache, earache, tooth ache and neuralgia, when Pond's Extract trill afford vou immediate relief? d&w To Consumers of Glee. The Champion Glue Co, of Chicago, 111., are turning out a new articla of glue, which is cheaper and better than any ever lielore in the market, Jieaa weir -aa.' tM.w Manhood! "Womanhood! Maiuuage! 2G0p2gen. IrapedimenU to Marriage: the cause and cure. Sent icaUd,'ioKt paid, for 50 cents, by Dr.' CWaimnt, 617 Su Charles itreet, St. Lonin, 3Io., the great specialist. Beed his SrorVs. FaapMcts free. Call or write. Hi opinion corta nothing. m 8U James Hotel- The St. James, Adolp Haug, proprietor, 1105 Hhavrnfe etreet, south side, between Second and Third, in by all odds the neat est and liert furnished hotel in Leavenworth. Kverr room, from ton to bottom, is newl...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 28 January 1875

THE LEAYEOTTOETH WEEKLY TIMES: THUiRSDAY, JANUARYS, 1875. MjcHg gffimts THUESD.YY, JAXUAKY 2, 1873. TILTOS-BEECHEE- A Brief lenme of tie Great Scaadal Salt ExactJr at a quirtcr-past 11 Mr. Morris rose to his feet, and, waiting a moment, like some adventurous swimmer on the edge cf a vast and angry mjs, launched out into his OPBSlSa AhDB.Ui3 TO THE JCKY. lie began in toned so low, so calm and so passionless, that onlr the jury and half of the reporters heard him Some of these latter did not realize that the trial had actually commenced until his voice grew cleaver, and loader and more earnest. Then, indeed, there was a nimble scratching of belated pencils, so that, in a few minutes, the h cts legan to fly like autumn-leaves It Miot my bu-ineM to lepott or tocriii-ci-M Morri' remarkable pjicecli. I cliajl lc content, therefore, to tay tbat, when it began to flow in greater olumc, gradually ciery intelligence was drawn iino cu-rent, and then floated on ij undu'a-ing rlicioric tilh sere...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 4 February 1875

LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES. "V IJEAVjSNWORTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1875. Established, 1865. I VoL 29. Jf o. 49. ) CoaserratiTs Established by D. B. Aathonr, January; 1861. THE 7 ft t J r , ' . 1 a. ; Wtti ftinus THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 4, 1875. KAlfSAS AHD LOUISIAHA Tlie history of the dispcrsiou of the Kan sas Legislature by United States troops, under direction of President Buchanan, is a fact that Democratic orator, who are so vigorous in the denunciation of the action of General Sheridan in New Orleans, should remember. On the 3d of July, 18-iC, the cross-examination, has been given with a surprising readiness and facility. It is the opinion of all who have watched the pro gress of the trial, that he has told a straight forward, plausible and true story. What he testified to when first examined by Til ton's lawyers, has lx-i-n adhered to through a croivMrxaiuination at once severe and prolonged. The complete command the witness hag of the whole ca-e, the accuracy with which li...

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