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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 6 October 1870

I mj i i J WitilWivxts THUBSDA.Y, .OCTOBER C, 1870. RAILROAD TDK TABLE. jossocbi rACinc LEAVE. AUIVK. .j 7 52AM 3 06 r (&!- 7 in am? MalE Daily except Sunday I Kir.u City rasa-ncer, 1 10 00 dally except Sunday. G 44 r a I r.AVBWwOBl'H, ATCBBOX A K0TirWESr3IX. Ij 3jAMMaU,dAil7excejtMondy 7 52am 7 32 " lExpreas.. . 3 06m iVmrntOlf Passenger ax-t 6 50 r m cept Sunday f 9 a LKATE9WOKTR, ATCDISOX A WOBTKWESTBBX 12 50 A It f Mail, daily eftept Monday I k 1.1 ' 1 KTOMM I f Accommodation, daily cx-" 22 P rent Sunday J- 8 0"AM (.Mail, daily except Sunday- i Tlem XAKSA PACiriC. S oo r M f Exprm . 1 7 ?2 XM. J 10 AMI! I Mail, dally except aunuay-1 a j h iiusornr valley. 4':O0 p.m. 1 Mail and Express South. 12:5a.m. Night do do . ll:00a.in. IfcU Joe Accomd'n do , II: 1.1 a.m. (Mail and Express. North Arrire. . f 4:00 p.m. .J 12:45a.m. . 1 11:10 a.m. . J 8:13 a.m. 12:tta.m. I Xirht Extuna ' do U2:Va.in. . u: . 7:1' 7:10 p. in. J M. Joe Accomd'n 7:10 p.m. Train leaving Leatcnworth at 7:10 p. ...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 6 October 1870

m&- nicBP mtw if WittM ims THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1870. THE LEADIHO PAPER. Thk Leaveswostu Tixes can be obtswod oj the following-nanied News Agents: Hrnt A Brill St. Joseph, Heim Chapel Atchison, !. Kurtz Weston, Win. Moorc.... Ft. la-ivcnwortb, llr. A. C Price Wyandotte, K. II. Kroese . Wilmarth A Co !. O. WibnarthJC t II. Trott J. ! Hian S. M. Fox V. It. Oslwrne KrurgerA lire . . I'nreA Funk...........'.. A. T. finer .1. IW1- J. V. ftetti Krurgrr BnMn.Hw. V. I Todd A Co It. It. laickwnod, ..... Hdss A. Peyton K. Ilnmli A Co N. W. ltiliardon........... A W. ISIce, .1. h. (,oody ear.....-.........w I. J. M uart. .................... .. Allrt K.illi w. w. iniiott O. Flanagan A Co ............ YVnolworth, afoftVtt A Clark, r. Farver... ................. Jiim fsenner.............. Willie F. Beach ..Lawrence, Topeka, Junction City, ..Brookvillc ..Manhattan. Ft. Harker, Hay City, an PnHnn, :FJIswoTtri,- Abilene, Carson, t. Walac. Council drove, Emporia, rfo Burlingamc, (iarnett, TIumbo...

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. — 13 October 1870

ri 'iijfiiv til&wlfc THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY "j llr t.l i.i"? : t r m 1 'I,., - t A ,.p't ,'t'-!i': 3X iit -f VOL.. 15. 'J -: I.EAVENWOBTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY MOBNTffGr, OCTOBER 13, 1870. isro.4i. 4 I i . I ' Mf r Timjj. Is. K tjlltlg gtas THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1870.,, rTCTiir. The Tariff question is one of grave mo ment, especially to the industrial interests west, and the journalists should enter upon its discussion after eametf study, and thought. The reckless and flippant manner in .which some of our would be free trade journals in this newly made country pursue the subject, is certainly bo great recommendation of the qualifications of their conductors to bold a a controversy out of wmch the people will gain light. What some wordy, windy, rampageous stomp orator may say, about the policy of protection to American industry, is of little account on either side. There is a beginning to the argument. There are certain fundamental principles, which are not difficult to understand, t...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 13 October 1870

?- J mntl IProts THURSDAY, OCTOBEE 6, 1870. THE LEAVENWORTH TIMES. '.DAILY AHD WEEKLY. TIIK OLDEST PAl'KK IN KANSAS. Official r&per of tha City mad County. dailt: One copy one year- (10 W . 5 Oi) . S 00 . 1 J One wpy nix months....-....-. die copy three month.-..-.-.... Olio eimr nnc month ...... Wlin deliTcsed by tb Carrier In the City, twenty fi re cents per tetk. wkkklt: One cony n year. . . IJberaf deductions to. elul. 00 OirAlI tatters tliould lie addressed to THE TIKES, Iavenworth, Kansas. OFFICE Nrw. 13 A 15 SnAWSF.c stekkt STATE REHILICAII TICKET. K)K BKrBKSKHTATIVi: IX cosorkss: D. P. LOWE, of Bourbon. FOR (.OTRBSOB: JAKES K. HAKVEY. Of Riley. FOB UKVTEXAST OOVEBBOB: F. P. ELDEE. of Franklin. FOB JL'HTfCK MlfBEVK COUST: . J. BREWER, of Leavenwortli. FOR HXVKTABT (T STATE: H. BKALLW00D, Of Doniphan. run acditob: A. TH0KAK. Of Douglas. eob tbeascbeb: J0SIAH E. HAYES. Of Joonson. FOB ATTOBSKT OEXEBALt A. L. WTf.LTAKS. of Snawnoe. roil srrtimKTKwuKST of tublic isstecctios: ...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 13 October 1870

WtAh iin SUPPIXMEHT. THURSDAY, OCTOIiEH C, 1870. &? i:irn.r.T. Mr. Grcclcr responds to a call of the liter- arc people of St. Louis to lecture to tlicin. He comes all the way from New York to ,lo so. He speaks upon a subject with hich he is iicrfectly familiar, and in maintaining the argument of which, he lias proven him self perfectly invincible. New Y.irk city editors nor publicists, nor St. Wis editor, have been able to get through, even the outer works of the citadel of protection to Ameri can Tnlustrr, in the defense of which he has 1ei.ii, of late year, the chief soldier. Mr. Greeley is a thinker as well as a writer, and liis heart in in the right place. He has licen able clearly to sec and defend the true inter est of the jieoplc of this Republic, who make their own lawn, determine the character of their un government, and who-c chief hoie of progress lies in the develots ment of the great iijdastrial pursuit of the country. More Own to any other agency, St. Louis owes it...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 13 October 1870

I '-I Wt&h $ SUPPLEMENT.' TIIUBSDAY, OCTOBER C, 1S70. a seerr vkthy kociety. IU mast and Xoblc Iilsu"- To the Editor qf the Tuna: Hundreds of jour readers who love t!ic Sabbath School cause, may be ignorant of the fart, and yet would be glad to learn, that, early last year, an association called the "Scholars' Holy Land Exploration," was organized, the special object of which is briefly plated: To dcvclopc the geography, geology, natural history, archaeology man nen, customs, Ac, of Bible lands, e-jiecially through the Sunday School. The head quarters of this society is at Chicago, in charge of Hubert Morris, L. L. D., the very efficient Secretary, and Col. II. J. Cuodrich, Treasurer. The President is Samuel Hal lock, located at Beyrout, Syria. In to noble a work it is hojicd to cnli-t the sympathies and aid of pastors, teachers and pupils, with their parents, and every year it is expected an expedition will go out to gather specimens and facts, in the various dejKirtments above...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 13 October 1870

- IN MvwdfW BWWffAttiW V J- - tiSjbbdXy; OCT0BEUIB;IISTO.1I RAILROAD TIME TABLE. HOBOCIl Mont LEAVE. AKB1VK. 7 52 AH socrx Expny""- 752AMJ T' Monday f l: 51 f Kansas CST . wweiwer, I low daily except, oanuaj . j G40f USlVKXWinm, atciiisos sowiiwwrww. njiiil Mail, daily except Monday ) 5- 7 V "-J ...neM w 4 CMPKl cept Sunday..- J 3 i.ka r.yw6KmfMcnfm' TBt1 li so am ( M"rt; daily exwpt J" ' - . . .. . ' I 3 OGP II a ia ( Mpress--.-- .-- f 3 or, r Accommodation, daily ex-") 7 22 r !pt aWy -. K 5 2 I Mall, dail excel.' Sunday- I A ,.l f, .c - " Kansas racinc- ' - 1 9 50 AM D 40 A Ml Mail, tWly except fcuiy-J 35rx JUWOUSI VAIXEV.. . I XichtExnnM do I 7:10p.m. J kU Joe Accoind' n..- :iu p.m. Train leaving Leavenworth at 7:10 p. m. makes connection with train leaving St. Joe at 11 p. m. for Chicago and the I"at. c A s. vr. K. IV. vl Ee.vurly ---. . 50 am m J nafic'aiyT ."... ( no so am J l 3 55rM iiasmiiai. A st. Josi:rn. C A S. W. K. vr. 10 40m 4 nor 830am 3 20ml .in.") Express via St. Jo...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 13 October 1870

ty ijj.n ssiLiMj!icaS . x-iJ. -, w "" rfT i; t ra ti - ii.i : 3 Wttkty Sftntts THURSDAY, OCTODER 13, 1870. REPUBLICAN COUSTTT COSTtSfTie JT. A Repabllcan County Convention will lie held In the City or Leavenworth on October 29th, at 12 m. in Turner Hall, for the nomination of the following officers: County Attorney, Probata Judge, District Clerk, Superintendent af Fablia Instruction and three Senator. T.ie primary meetings will be bald at the follow ing places for tha election of delegates and alter nates: On tha 27th day of October, 1870, In the Townships at 2 p. m. , and in the Wards at 7 p. m. Tolls to be open two hoars at least. First Ward At Chris. Staiber's. Second Ward At Harmony Hall. Third Ward At Letia's Bu'K'ng. 1'e.irlh Ward At Turner' a HalL Kieiapoo Township At Cody' a Precinct. Delaware Townsli'p At Sneer's School House. Ijulo.i Towas-ip At Bupp's mill. Alexandria Township At Sprinjdale. StranirTownsi"o At Joseph Dodgo'e. Tons-roxTeTowiis'iip At the School House in To...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 20 October 1870

rw.-?Etj fr- -0P . ?St r THE if if III'.' Iiiii ivji IiEAVENWORTHKANSAS, THUBSDAY MQJtJON .OCTOBER 20, 1870; - - : : r . . '. ,t-.,.- -, it -. . vol. xv; .1 I iJi nyi' NO. 42. vi I i! jiiI ; I. I - . - -!- ,y;P .,, c, ., ,in ' r. n i-..-.." 'w ''H..n- i ; , u1 -h-a ,.-... ..-,.. ,. . , . , - ;, . , . , . ,' i - j - ' '" I -.!- Li t . . , , - . . ' Ml. 5 ctg ins THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1870. SXEY fWXVICTEB. We publish this morning the circular gent out by the Republican State Central Commit tee, Sidney Clarke's reiuyyand the rejoin der ly the Chairman of UicComuiittee, which completely vindicates the Committee, and shows up the absolute recklessness, of Mr. Clarke's statements. Wc know that the Committee are right. They arc fortified with proofs very damaging to Sidney. The Chairman was fully author ized to issue the circular, and the atteun.it of Mr. Clarke to make it a personal matter is pimply an attempt to evade the question. . I THE LESNOXer THE KECEXT EtW TIOS. The recent electio...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 20 October 1870

K h Wttldv. Ste THURSDAY, OGTOBEB 20, 1870. THE LEAVENWORTH TIMES. -l DAILY AHD WEEKLY. TlllToLDEST rATEH IS KANSAS. Official rapar of tat Ctty County. dailt: hm copy "tie year .Sio w . 5 wi . 3 ) One eopy three noBtM Hlt T SIX DOHWim- t IHI We?iSfibTc.-rrie7S thcOty. twenty five ettna per wrc. TTCKKLT: On tpr y"r ,-t Ijlaral Sedoctwwi to rtulis. -42 00 eSTAIl Mt?rs fhouM 1 wMresw.1 lo THE TIMES, lyrarenwnrlh, Kansas. itKFICE K. n A 15 SiiAW.ir.E STREET STATE lENIUCM TICKET. mn RM-KKKKSTATIVB IS COSORB6S: D. P. LOWE, of Bourbon. Kofi otkksok: JAMES M. HABVEY. of Klley. Wilt mktrast covrrsor: F. P. ELDER, of Franklin. ros jcstick sitrpmi: cocar: D. J. BREWER, of Leavenworth. roc jxrktrt or state: W. H. SMALLWMD, of Doniphan. vo Aunrrou: A. THOMAH. of Douglas. eor tskcrm: J0SIAH E. HAYES, of Johnson. tVR ATTOR5KT CKSMtAI.: A. L. WILLIAMS, of Shawnee. :: sciiuiSTKtDKrr or rcnuc instruction: H. D. McCARTY. of LeaYenworth. "AS? EMPTY BOAST.' Under Mich a significant lieading our De mocra...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 20 October 1870

h k Watty imt SUPPLEMENT. THURSDAY, OCTOBEK 20, 1870. THE IMl'E. In this State, outside of the journalistic contest, there can be but very little interest in this campaign in the discussion of the i sues niade up between the Republican and Democratic parties throughout the country. Even as the Democratic party is now organ ized, in its national character, if it cannot be considered as having any such character, it is only a negative organization, holding itself together simply by the cohesive force of long party discipline, coupled with the stimulating dream of future success and the ossession of power and office. It simply oppoxs the Kcjmblican party. The princi ples that it pledges itself to In its many plat form, outside of those which furnished the the Insis of its organization forty years ago, and which have been definitely and forever settled, are those that stand over against those w Iiich the nation has recognized, which they must make operative, and which the party would no...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 20 October 1870

9 WLtM& SJinus THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1870. Crnr scrip is selling at dollar. 90 cents on the About $30,000 of our city taxes will be receivable in scrip. The next regular meeting of the labor Unioa will be held at the District Court Room, next Saturday evening, at half-past 7 o'clock. Pbaibie chickens are plenty in the vicin ity of the city. Every morning and evening large flocks fly over, and our sportsmen on the outskirts shoot them from their houe. fill Awnee street bridge, west of Broadway, is in imminent danger of washing away dur ing the first freshet. Shawnee street bridge, cast of Broadway, is to be repaired, and we judge soon, as a large quantity of rock is on the site of the work. Considerable excitement was created recently by the mysterious disappearance of a merchant leaving a wife and several children. Fears have been dissipated by news of his arrival at a relative's' residence in the East, Some Pcxpko.. Messrs. John and Eme ry Bromell, formerly of the Golden Gate 1...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 20 October 1870

MaiMaiM f u I ' - -lt iimcs TnUESDAY, OCTOBER; 20, 187a il, KAILKOAB TIME TABLE. ansmcxi rcmc AJUUVE. . 3 06 r m J Express -7 .,. f M-.il rfciilr exrcrit Sundar 7 52AM I 12 31 ft nt .n1 6 40'rj. ' 'f i Monday- , . Kama my rssrenger,, 10 00 I daily except unaay I.KAVfcJ. WORTH, ATCHIBOK KORTHWESTKRX. '12 31 a M f Mail, dally except Monday 7 52 A 7 52 " 1 Kaunas, ; " I 3 06m (Kansas City Passenger ex- I U c-pt Sunday 9ja MP I-KIVESWORTH. ATCTIT'SOX' A WORTHWESrERW H:t)am( Mall, daily exorpt Monday 1 i o jj JKipiW- 3 0CF-W f Accommodation, daily ex 7 ra rem aunaaT .... . 8 05 am 7Srx :l 9 SD.A M 4 53 FN (.Mail, daily except Sunday- i RTASTSAS TACinC m n m f Kmira ... a W AMlilail, daily except Suu'lay, : I 'MISSOURI VALLEY. Ieave. 4KW p.m. 1 Malt and Express South l2:Ua.ni. (Night do do-. 11:00 a.m. SL Joe Accomd'n do 8:13 a.m. .Mail and Express, North 12:13 a.ta. j NfghtExpreas do . i Arrive. . f 4:90 pi in. A 13:15 ajm. .1 11:10 aim. . 8:15 aim. .1 12:15 a.m. . I 7:10 p.m. 7:10 p.m. ...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 20 October 1870

?&&& yijjjN" 'iV.r..Tr-ii;Si.-vs;(b--- - wS. tfiBwMj i8 TIIUKSD.VY, OCTOBER 20, 1870. KEr ublicax cerjnrr ceicrEX-riox. A Republican County Convention will be held in the City of Iaarenworth on October 23tb, at 12 in. in Turner Hall, for the nomination of tlie following oflncers . County Sheriff, Attorney, Probate Judge, IJis trict Clerk, Superintendent of Public Instruction and thr-e Senators. ' The primary meetings will be held at the follow ing places for the election of delegates and alter nates: On the 27th day of October, 1870, in Ibe Township, at 2 p. ro. , and in the Ward at 7 p. m. Tolls to be open two hours at leat. First Ward AtChris.fetailier'.: fecond Ward-At Harmony Hall. Third Ward-JU Latta's Ituilding. Fourth Ward At Turner's Hall. Klckapoo Township At Cody's rrr-cinct. Delaware Township At Placer's School Ilouv. Ilv-lon Tiwnliip At Kupp's mill. Alexandria Towndilp At Springdale. M ranger Township At Joseph Iodge's. ToiiganoxicTownhip At the School Hoire ...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 27 October 1870

THE LEAVENWaiSES WEEKLY TIMES ,,--- I r ' i? 1 . . r . I tr 1 ' . , " 'A- ' ' VOL. XV. LEAVENWORTH, KAKJSAS, THURSDAY HQBNIXG, OCTOBER 27, 1870. KO. 43. W&ttWi 3imts THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1870. mtMPCBACT. An editorial in the Lawrence Standard of the 20th, under the head of "BepaUicui Proscription," is, in its thought, and feeling or sentiment, a fair expression of the thought and sentiment of the better minds of the old democratic parly. They are Bourbons all. When they art down to reason about aay lire question, they recur al once to their old time convictions, to their old time argu ment and to their old time feelings. To get a good standing place let ib state, that they were democrats at the commencement of the war, and their sympathies were naturally, altogether, wila the rebek. Hen's real feel ing, or sentiments, nerer change, except where there is a revolution in the method of thinking, which leads to conviction, such as establishes the ground work of a new love. This writ...

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. — 27 October 1870

atcchln Tirana TIIITBSI'AY, OCTOBEIl 27, 1S70. Tin: m:avixwoktii tii:s. DAILY AND WEEKLY. tiii: oi.okst i'Aii:i: in Kansas. oaicial Paper of ttie City and County. dailt: Hue f"ir iic lcir-w Out fopjr six iuviilhs One erv three months- tine siy one mnmn. -I0 () r m l ij Wlin'iclicreiHyUcCnierintLet'ily, tweuty- Ihc cents .t fck. TTEUKtY: Dim spr !! v.-ar.. . . l.ilerai jcductiuus lorlula. ..2 00 C5""AI1 letters should le adilrcsst-J to THE TIMES. I-arinvrorlIi, Kansas. OH'ICB Ni". 13 4 13 Mi a wake steket STATE REPUIUCAN TICKET. I-OR nKPniKNTATIVE is coxo-uss: D. P. LOWE, of Bourbon. t)R fcOVl'-UNOU: JAKES K. HARVEY, or Riley. roc ui:rTF.sAjrT governor: P. P. ELDER, of Franklin. ron jcstick sfi-Jinvi: cocsr: . J. BREWER, of Leavenworth. ron SH-RWMKr or state: W. H. SMALLWOOD, of Doniphan. ron auhitoi:: A. THOMAH. of Douglas. tlicir trusts. The vitcran editor of the Call ToliiiitccrSjor is jiroctircd lo say in a clarion way, that if the CguiiiiUtce don't cease tlicir, ojqibsit'on to 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. — 27 October 1870

WittW $ks SUPPLEMENT. TIIUBSDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1870. The Democratic newspapers arc in great tribulation because of rresident Grant's con duct. He la meddling in the elections. He has the impertinence to express a preference for the candidates of the real Reimblicaii party in different sectioas. This is contrary to the Democratic idea of Presidential eti quette and decorum. Yes, it is a matter of history that the Democratic Presents, who t-upervLscd the affairs of this nation for so many years, religiously and rigidly, re frainedfrom all interference in the elections throughout the country. They never ex pressed any desire for the election of a ticket in a State in preference to some other, and, f course, never used their official influence , to advance their wishes. It is a very bad and wicked business, no doubt, if Grant has really interested himself in influencing a liending election in favor of the rail Kcptili- Iican party any where, and against the hy bridsthe soreheads, and thei...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 27 October 1870

1 rfhlg gimts 2 . . ' SUPPLEMENT. r " -THUBSDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1870. We regret- to learn that the Fort Scott coal shaft is about to Ik abandoned and the timbers taken out. The depth reached is 480 feet. Col. ScnoFtELD, brother of Gen. ScJiofield, has arrived at Fort Leavenworth from New Mexico, where he has Iwcn on an inflection tour. It i thought that the recent fronts have been suScientijr heavy to stop the growth of the Jail wriest, which wan getting loo ranic fur its own good. be requested to organise a jnrenile temper ance organization in it locality; and that the Cold Water Tent'dar, being the off ering of the R.W. G. T. Lodge. I. O. G. x, is the organization beat adapted to oor Good Templars work. That the Urand .uoagc request, an tue railroads in Kansas to grant for twe, -in ad vancing the interests of the temperance cause, a free annual pass to G. W. C T., 1L M. Elliott, of Manhattan. That we regret the oversight of oar G. W. Secretary, in not corresponding with Super intende...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 27 October 1870

Iftf r r ww-y "fr T .f 5r ? IV .'j WcbMj ime THURSDAY, OCTOBERS, 1870. There a much crcatcr breadth than tibial, of foil wheat, and the fields never 1 looked better than they do now. - Turnips now sell in this market at about SI. 50 per wagon load. The market Li well Replied with all kinds of vegetables now in season. The success of (lie Leavenworth coal f-haft has 'been the means of reducing the jiricc of fuel about ninety per cent, since last winter. Mb. J. S. Duncan found a crazy man Mviiiiniing in Stranger Creek, a few days ago, :ui! brought him into the city and delivered li'uu over to Sheriff Leonard, who had him properly cared for. "We did not learn any further particulars of the case. We lcani that Mrs. Thomas Cuttrf, in ac cordance with an expressed wish of licr late hiiband,rcgardingthc deposition of his prop erty, has prcFcntcd the First Congregatiotml Church Society with $3,i!00 which amount enables them to discharge one-half their debt. Dr. Hake, residing in the norther...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 27 October 1870

i n 1 i-f tSBttllS Iims THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1870. Wii.ii gees and ducks are making their appearance in market, in large iiuiiiiictf, and the restaurant windows present a tempt ing display of plump game. Sixirtsineii arc having fine times. Wk received yesterdajr one of the Iargot riznl Taylor steam prases for'tlic maminoth Weekly Times, which will 1 put in i.cra tioit as soon as our new Fleam engine U in place. 1 -e A little son of Mr. Wilcox, a widow re-iding in Lawrence, was kicked Jo death ly a vicious mustang pony, on Mundayja.it. The helpless little fellow was terribly man- ! S. S. Caswell, Esq., of Junction City, w ho was Ktahbecl hy a Mexican, in Abilene, a few days ago, died on Friday night from the -.-fleets or his wounds, which were not at lirM considered dangerous. The attention of teachers is called to the ndvcrtL-cment in another column, of an ex amination to be held at the Western Dus-i- nos College, corner of Cherokee and Fifth sdrwl, on the 21Hli instant. m Km: companie...

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