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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 4 February 1875

tf : i i. L cH2 'fttnus THURSDAY, febuai:y j.ist.-;. DESTITUTION . one tjuotion at this time couiuiaiuLt greater attention from our people than that of providing for the destitute and suffering. If we liave them in our city, our county, or our State it is our plain duty to provide for their immediate wants. AVe have no right to permit them to want for the wherewith to keep them comfortahle. It lias Lceii proved beyond dispute that destitution ex ists in the frontier counties. llclie-f has gone to them and more is following. It is alto plain that cold-blooded, heartless indi viduals will reck to enrich themfelves,under pretend of aiding the distressed. V'e have no douht that the hill now before our Leg islature is being proil liy those who hope to have the handling of the funds and in tend to make a fat haul, as it is paid 1'om croy slid. At any rate, the manipulators have heretofore uxed all such means to pro mote their political ;hcmcs. We trust tlie bill will be defeated. The ques...

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. — 4 February 1875

THE LBAVENWORTHi WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1875! I! x ft-- 1 v t W o . THE TIMES K&TABLIBUAD 3 8C5. - The Oldest, Largest, Cheapest An Best Hiw rpn I"" C"r . Diif Tj, per jeir WumT. irjjf. 8S.uo l.Wi Deliacredtn any ,.n of iheiity bj i-rrlrr at ten7-fircott iu Addm all orders to Ti31."E TIO-CES, JMVfnwoi'th, Kan. I'on-r Kx tract. For years this preparation ha hail a medical landing, lii acknowledged in medical writing,anil yet it is c-eiitially "the lVo"ler) Iltmedy." din- To Co-tin era of Clue. The Cliamjiion Glue Co of Chicago, III., are' turning" out a new article of glue, which ii cheajper and lietter than any ever before in the market. "lead their -"atl." Manhood! 'Womanhood! "Makiuaoe! SGUpagcK. ImjKiiimcnU to Marriage: the cau-e and cure. Sent tealtd, lt Jiaid, for.SQ.ccnU, by Dn, C Wiiimint, G17 i-t. Charles etrcet. St. otys, Mo- the great .iiecialixt. Iteed hii works. i'am-i!ilt-tn five. Call or write. His opinion co-t nothing. La did-, do you want a handsome ...

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. — 4 February 1875

THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TI1&ES? FEBRUARY 4, 1875. -a- .-. .a. a R . If l It "oStecfeta 3Jim3 THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1S75. NEWSPAPER MEN. The Daily Routine of a Morning Paper. How Affairs arc Managed in the ."Times" Office. Tiic business of publishing a daily morn ing newppapcr, is as much of an "art" and "profession" a any other of the higher oc cupations of life. It requires yeare of care ful preparation and study, and the expend iture of thousands of dollars, to Le giiccew ful. Just to give the public an idea of the labor it takes to publish a daily morning paper in Ijcavenworth, re will describe the daily routine of duty, in the office of The Daily Tim is: The firxtiiian on duty is the I5uiness Manager, among the employees, the admired of all admirers, a sort of Con fucius, as it were, whom all bow down and worship. lie nails into the office about even A. M., and commence t-tirring things up. He has two boys to wait upon him, and talcs his meals in hi room. His du ties are" ver...

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. — 11 February 1875

.mi wi ar" '- i)nm.iA."i ! -? -- ht .TAaaauHT -.aajtaT yaaraav HT-HGYrsvAciwi :iht THE i. 1 O tn 4i :i Ci k -" P I Jl 5i'l TJ! t it 7 iLEAVJdJN WORTH, KANSAS atHURSBAY 11. 1875. - . -'J - ' ii - r ) Cossarjrtv a-&uHsXST -D.X Anthony .Juuct, 1861. Established. 1855. .. I Tel. 29. Ho. o. ou. ) -- l "- r C! T ' vr 23XI"Ia 0DA0IH3 SKZ f& .1 y w h a v Ji.r vv riiixi vv jjlyju x iivlm 5 i w l f u t. L Bi 7s ffflteltlg Www THURSDAY, FEBBUAKY 11, 1875. TBZCITT CHA-TEK. Quite a commotion was created in city official circle yesterday, upon the reception .f tlic news that the new charter was about to be repealed by the Legislature. Major Abernathy and a delegation left yesterday morning for Topeka to prevent, if ixjasiblc, any change in the present charter. A peti tion is in circulation urging the Legisla ture to make no change. The popular sentiment is in favor of hav ingall officers elected by the ieople, when ever practicable. This opinion prevails so strongly that judges of our cou...

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. — 11 February 1875

THE LEAVEmvrQRTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1L 1875. i m t r r t: W&nkfa SUtrnM THURSDAY, rEBl'AKY 11, 1ST j. . THE WIECOSSCf EESATOB Hardly any fitter selection could have been made, and it is specially acceptable to Washburn and his particular friend, while the friends of Mr. Carpenter are ful ly satified that he Is the next liest man to Mr. Carjienter, and are satisfied with bin election. The Democrats can hardly gain what tliey fought by hi election, the en tire annihilation of the Republican party. They already see their mistake, and the means tal.cn to tear to pieces the Republi can party will strengthen it and demoralize the Democratic party. The Republicans ouee opjo-,d to hi election are strongly in bis favor, now that lie id elected, and pro Ose to fully su-tain and tupjiort him. The platform unanimously adopted by the members of the legislature who support is! Cameron, is stiliantially an follows: IrT -sti-sri of ih nMic credit hinet paTroent rd lli national l-w...

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. — 11 February 1875

THE LEAYENWORTH WEEKLY, TIMES,: r THpqRSI?Ay, EEBRJJARY 11, 1875 ""-." fe-. T ? 7 Ki t - w - TH.1C TJMH Xfe-'J-.-VXU-Iaiii'-X) JeM. The Oldest, Largest. Cheapest A-.r PEvrJ-iw p pf za jTinsh Da v. t r.iio i Vi KIK lTfar ... I . Ad Jrcrs all criers to l...,vMiwoi,t h. Klin. J'ltntl'n ! ! AVc wlU thrwc who "hear of tlie Kxtfact for the first time,? to a-k Mime fricitd about It. Many jieojile know it ; they invariably jiraii-e. lA.w To Consumers, of Glee. The GianijiTon Glue Co., of Chicago, III., arv tnniin; out a new article of glue, hIiiiIi i- lieatr and lietter than any ever In. fore in the market. lkaI their 'ail." dAvr Manhood! Womanhood! MtiuuAr.E 2jJ paj,i-s. . Iuiictlitnent-4 to Jlarriajje: the caiiK- ami cure," Sent W, ijf t paM, for .7) cenN, by Ii C WjllTTIias, C17 i"l. 1iarli- ktreet, -L Ixjiiirf, -Mo, the Jjreat f--oialit. ttewl bin ork. l'aiiir.lileta free. ill or write. Hit opinion co-U nothing . St. James Hotel The St. J a me, Ailolp Han, pniprielor, 'Jfft Miawnre 1-tr...

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. — 11 February 1875

? .r -t -.-?: -? THE ttSAVJENAVORtH TyEEKLT TIMES r -THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1875. T' ffBttfelB Ipmcs TIIUIISDAY, FEBUARY 11,1875. WOODHULL. Her Lecture at the Opera House, Last Night. "The Destiny of the Kt-public' Mrs. Woodhiili drew a good audience at the Ojiera House last night; the unfavora ble change in the weather, prevented many from turning out, who would otherwise have been there, but the- hon-e was, never theless, well filled, by an audience com rvd f the nio-t resjitctable and inlclligint ladies and gentlemen of the ity. Mm, Woodhull is recognized as the "Queen of the Ilo-trum," and her effort last night fully eutained htr well-earned rcputa tion; her brilliant jierorations enforcing her nunl radical utterances, and uttered in the met highly dramatic and finely em passioned manner and rich-toned voicc,fairly entrance tlie audienocuid carry conviction almost whether they will or no. As an actress the would prove a remarkable success. Her dramatic and tragic talent are irre...

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. — 18 February 1875

LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES. THE -4 v 1, LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1875. ComerratiTs Established by a. B. Anthony, January, 1861. IH" V Established. 1855. I Vol. 29. Ho. 5L) I P. w - i. I 1- ft M'i r i i WzMn ims THURSDAY, FEBUABY 18,1375. SOT OHLY PIOUS, BUT HOHEST. It is with profound gratitude that we learn from the Washington editorial cor rcsiMiidence of the Commercial, the change n the pious Deacon. For tlie past sixty days hLj pajicr lias been filled with denun ciations of Gen. Sheridan, and all whodarcd to nay one word in favor of tho oppressed union men of the South. He says: I ouufort freely that my ojJnlun have un.l;pe a change mim I came here. I had ihoasht that the arhilrauoD of the rord Lad falever settled all iik--t.m jf jsrnxnal lit-riy awl natural risht. which used ! divide imkucal jartie iu thu cuuntrv. This frank admission proves that the Deacon in not only piou, but honest. Again he nays: I am very hoitj to nay that late events ana oie nervatiiisha...

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. — 18 February 1875

vJf;i?i'''X, THE LEAVEiJWOJR'tH WEEKLY- TIMESTHTJKSDIV FEBRUARY 18, 875 -,--Hii-j? '--JT li !-. E--S,- 'SSIecMa taws THURSDAY, FEBCAI1Y 18,1875. THE CEIJtHJAL COUBT. The bill pasxl the lower Hgusc abolish ing this Jxavenworth luxury tpeets the cor dial approbation of ev:y citizen of our county who has fairly investigated the coin entailed upon the people by its continuance. "Somcof the friends of the incumbent offi cial have made an effort to create the im-pre-ion that the Court is actually of mate rial benefit to the county. To such men we have only to reply that the absurdity of their proposition is only equalled by their cheeky recklewsnefa iu mating fo gross a statement. The County Clerk give, in his report of countv affaire, the annual expenne of this court out-ide of the salaries of officer?. Tub" amounts to $3,0.52,1.3 ; add to this the Clerk's ralarv of $2,000, and it will be nxn that ardutiieoi the Judge's f alary, the county has to pay $7,032,15. Add to tki the jro portion...

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. — 18 February 1875

rr. -jT?' T'J-" '- " i K--- j i - -- r -r.-.-. r'?s. -5C THE IiEAVJSlNWORTH WEOBKLY TfMfflS ; THURSDAY, FEBRUARY L8, 1875. 1 k.. : h I r. : Lli 1 u 0). l-r- Jr LC F& -.V :-3, z L ti3fl r& THE TIME The Oldest, Largest, Cheapest Ann IltsT Nkw rirr.u ix Kmm. Din T, prryear- Km T irf-rye-ar I.I. Addre all orient to ?:! 'IIMES, Limtvi-nwortb, Kan. Delivered any pTl of tbeejtyb e-iiier t t-enty-fiveeents 4 week JNsisd'rt XI H" I "jTa rfgrlnUe jmin doiroter." There in no iin or ache it will not abate, no bnii-e or burn it will not extract the agony from. d&w To Consumers of Gloe. Tlie Cliamjiion Glue Co., of Chicago, III., are turning out a new article of clue, which is clieajxr and Iietter thai any over before in the market. ISead thtir -"ad." elite Maxiicou! Womanhood! Mariuage! -GOtiagm. IinjiediuietitK to Marriage: the cau- and cure. Sent traltd, 'st paid, for 'A cents, by D C. Wiirrnot, 017 .u 'Chariot uWt, St. Loui, Mo- the great pteciliL Ifccd hi- works. I'amphleU free. ...

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. — 18 February 1875

TSE LfeAVENWOKagTVEEKEY m&EST TflTJBSDAY," BffiSfiffigg !& " 875 1 V? 1 -" - "C-5f.r J. c-- "VV s. " f a I- ip- o e r ! I I- , - Ii i t - & . : -- t. j ". 4-. "VtTW f- 4 -W I leaned upon Lis cllww, in the Maze of a pit- A,i-VIV,IJ jiUl-VjJ.riblc re-emMance, the daughter. .bad- TnCRSDAY, FEERCABY IS, 1875. TTLT0IT-BEECHE2. rrom the Chicago Tribane'i Brooklyn Crres pondenee. ISkooklvk, X. Y., Feb. 1. An immense crowd awaited Judge Xeibon's d ecition as to the admieMbilitr of ill ton' evidence, it Wiig generally recognized that upon that Jed-ion the "plaintiff!! ca prindpallr hinged. The corrider of the Court-House was densely thronged, and tha current of debate almost entirely rap. upon the pros ect of the plaintiff being allowed to testi ly. nin rEioxxrx ok tiik oocET-Roojt. The ino-t punctual eopleto arrive were the Jteechcr Iarty; directly after them came Mm. Tilton, a u-ual escorted by Man damus Meld and Shearuiaiu She was ajc .parentlt much excited, and a deep crinwn ...

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. — 25 February 1875

pan"S3tf3geSri??i WEEKLY TIMES. THE H . JjBAVjUNWORTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, EEBRTTARY 25, 1875. Con9r?atiT EitaWUlad hy S. B. Aathony, January; ISM. Sr Eitablithed. 1855. I Vol. 29. Xo. 52.1 f -.. ,-s.fW-J EJ,frtr.-W. rTXwJVT -.-- -o " --. jr--tr--r-.:-fcS-- . i-w - V- -. " -T.JrV-'-t, Vrr-. tFSV '-JCLiLjr-fti-' LEAVENWORTH m a rw . iU i .. 3 J Rr ji lP 'J: k It..- ' nlttrj Simcs THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1875. HIKES GRUEL. The "Scandle" and"l.lblc" Suit, A Summary of the Testimony. AH the Witness Except Mines Swear that Hoatoa Made the Bet Who Stole the Agreement! It Was Placed in Houston's Safe, Bat lie Swears He Don't Know Where it is. Inducements Offered to Witnesses to Swear For Hines. money. I don't recollect any further con versation. Having the agreement and Col. Anthony's check, 1 had no further interest in it. The check and agreement were put in an envelope together and sealed up and deposited in the safe. There was nothing else put in the envelope. The usual words- passed. I am...

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. — 25 February 1875

0 T ' -I V- U7- .-- .. r- i , . , ir , , - i s r i , . , - . - , tieaaMfcr.!-' ......., . i i. i i - . V i I Wnl inws t THUItSDAY, FEBBUAKY 23, 1875. t . THE LEGISIATUBE. Keports from Toi-clca indicate lhat the liresent Leglslatarelikc all previous qis opened up with bright promises of the greet good they would acccompllsb this session. Only two weeks remain, and as vet they liv9 done ab-olutcly nothing. All the promise t'i para good las uir.'Ksee-im-ut aiid taxation, fees' and salaries, and to les sen the burdens of the jeople, "have thus far ended in smoke. The 'principal object of each individual a-enw to beilie making of a record. The Hou-c pa.crt a good bill only to be killed in tlie Senate, and the Senate jiasso a good bill. only to fiavc it killed in the Hon-e. The shnltle-cock game Bt-cras to 1 well understood by our honorable legisla tors. Well, gentlemen, it id a Ion;; road tliat Jew jjo turn, and mark the prediction, that unless you redeem pome of your golden ,promisft, 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. — 25 February 1875

"J -. " v ? W:S.iC3K3 nunrAtMiic jor'j..;: : ' 3 I F.f- r Pi ki V Ft . !; TIMES. rt 1 & A rf -'Th&ldcHaroestf'Chs'apest At BE&T NaW PAPEE I KNJ J i.Tfi.-rye ' s' S.'G hn t pr year Ac e all oriels to ? J, ivfiiworth, Kan, '('nd' 'xlMe'. In case erf IskkI- aclie, whether bilious or ncrvoua, balho the head for a few minute) with the Extract, ami the pain is gone. dcw To Cos Ben of Glee. The Champion Glue Co., ofChicajjo, 111., are tumin out a. new srtitla ot jjlue, wliich i ,IiL3icr anil better, than any l-er Man in the aiirket. jtt.d thur -d.f dW 'M.ncf)!if Wfti7HxJii! J.Jge! 1'M papsv. Imin.'diuH.iiti to Marriage: lliei u-and run:. S.nt tml-il, jot jiaiil, for SO rx-nU, y l)r, C. W'iiittiij:, Ci7j St. Cli-irlfi r-trett, fct. Um, Mo., the great (ix-rialift. Keed his works. I 'amjilileu frt. Gill -or" write. Hi -opinion oot nothing. t Ir rou have hecn truiiblrd for Tears with iht-jiepria, have tried all the phyt-icijiisjaMl agrtat tnsny remedies, and cannot gtt pny relief, ...

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. — 25 February 1875

m -u um JSAVJEWOim WEEKLY- TMESY TODBSDY. FEBRtTAV 2k! 1 7KJ -; tf' "3Jerv - ""-TC- Cv -J'ri' ,; r-,-y---' ' ti fp-'v tlwltlij Sfimts TiiriDAY, fi:ijku.u:y 25, isto. 'F2EKCH -WITHOUT A HASTEB-" Mr. TtlUm'tftm, read atVutriclm Wednadsj.i Twh vou French? I will, lay dear, -it o..ir"n an J ctrfi Tourlssn here. Wliat did .daui ay t.i Eve? Aiwir, aiuier, c'cal a vhre. Don't pronounce the last word lung, Mile it short to suit the eon?; lUiynie it Ui Tour nowla,; iJecvo Aimer, aimer, e'est a vivre. 0 .-Jcrve I -aid, but what's the harni If I rrallr meant your arm T .MineU?jl twine by jour leave Aimer, aiuier, c'esl a vivre. Irnin;; Fr-nh 1- fnll of dips ! a-il.l. with the lip-; llfre'n the nelil way, you perceive Aitii-r, aimer, c'eit a vivre. e -rendi H always ilen!ie$t ISratlung d-"ply Iroui thet.c-t; Itariiu?, IJ- jtrtir Lr-iui heave? Aimer, aiuier, c-,t a vivru Now my darlin? little sprite. Unci uubt Tourlowourwnt? 'J hen, what ay shall I receive? A.uier, aimer, cest a vivre. Will ytu ...

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. — 4 March 1875

""T "" -.-!;- -w53 EKLY THE r J! " LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 4, 1875. ConserrattTS .Established by D. B. Antiony, Jnuary, 15I Established, 1S55. I Vol. 29. Ho. O. O J. J ,,jJssawrfemirfK,iLTss' T .FA VENWORTW WE MES Kf m- iav- 0 Rr- k , l ,-,. Wnliln $" THCRSD.YY, MARCH 4, 1875. SCHOOL AJTA1M. Tub Tikes, some time ago, called upon the School Board to do away with all un necessary studies in the public schools. We argned that the common schools were in stituted to give boys and girls a good, sound business education, and not to educate them for the professions. The school tax is one of the largest items in the levy, and tin- one that is the least looked after. Be fore the last year, the School Board of this city was managed by a certain class of men, who contrived to manipulate affairs to suit themselves. One of the most foolish things they did was to build the large high school in South Leavenworth. We will admit that it was somewhat difficult for children to come over to...

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. — 4 March 1875

t Wri :t J v - -- THE-fiKAyJ OR'WEBKt.T1 L-.v- -V- , -" a-' . x"-r,2 f LP f ft I h e H t ! li It H II" r l IP r K- If r I 'Si r I& fe f,V. 4Si &&r ,??. TSEMlila Stos TnUKSDAy.-JLUtCII -J, 1S75. A DEAD TOWN Poor Kansas Gty ! She has lived on wind long enough, and now finds that ehe will die if something more substantial is not provid ed for her existence. Once in a great while Kansas Gty papers speak the truth about their town, and only when compelled to do so. The late discussion has developed more rottentess in the financial affairs of Kansas Gty, than, can be easily imagined. The .Aon r-ays: Th committee of thirteen retorted that as far as they could learn the debt of the city projr, lwnded and floating, was gl.cm.Oto, and that they believed It n more, nearly J1,700,W0. This was the debt of the city t.ro r, and does in.t include about S2C", ouo in bunds known as k li bonds, nor lzM,itr Ksw to nsliip lmds T&tl f ur the Narrow liuaje an I Midland Itailruads. These aM...

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. — 4 March 1875

rnicli. .1 T '-- , ,- . -. :y-V? !THB BEABSKVGRTH 4; t&. hitliKI "" ig!?--- V t!3 J! " -r f -i?-1 71 .j L B, f . i's W It-.SWv If I THE TIMKf. KenA.BIIfeII.KI 160r.. The Oldest, Largest, Chcspsst Iuilt, T-ryrir Wwric y. prr;-r . -Addrft.fi all onfent tu THE 1TTvFlS: XHVHiiworth, if. CO Hun. To Cesaumers of Olne. The Champion GUe Co., of ChicaRO, 111, arc tuniin; out a new articla of glue, which is cheater and Letter than arty ever liefurv in the market. Itead their -'ad." d&w Manhood! "Womanhood! Maeeiace! 200jiige. ImjiedimenU to Marriage: the caure and cure. Sent needed, lout jiaid, for 00 cents, by Dr. C. Wiiittiek, 017 St. Charles itrit, St. Louis, Mo, the preat 5jiocialLt. IJctJ Ilia works. Pamphlet free. Call or write. HU opinion cons milling. m St. Janet Hotel Tlic St. James Adolp Hatijj, proprietor, 205 Shawnee street, south le, between Second and Third, is by all odd the neat otand bent furnished hotel in Leavenworth. Every room, from top to bottom, i newly painted,...

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. — 4 March 1875

HPfS-- , .ir -rrs', ' " aj 'f '-ir - r$3PaTS55E3WW -v - reriivi! jrn F 4.YJ1 II7 IV V -- " "V " "-NS-? -v" -".-. -f-SStf-, Ui&l if c te l"Ve - fs Set I ffiBttMa' iimcs THURSDAY, MABCH 4, 1S75. BEZCHEE- Hii Sunday Discourse on Plymouth Heighti. on Meekness. Any one of Brooklyn's more unpreten tious places of worship would have been comfortably filled by the throng of persons unable to obtain a view of the inside of Plymouth Church yesterday morning. Many hundreds of fctrangers from New York and Brooklyn, who disliked waiting out in the cold, had postponed their visits for a mild, pleasant day, and the weather yesterday raited every one, they all came together. Shortly after ten o'clock Orange etrcct was blockaded, and, as nearly all the regular members of the church attended, the strangers who arrived an hour or so ahead of time were fortunate enough to get excellent standing places outside the doors, but comparatively few of them got anyfur ther. The only man at all equal to 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. — 11 March 1875

JPS-- !-!- ; "'' ' ' I r1" - Y li!MlgH,l, UWJJ llilMMjll THE LEAVENWORTH irstf-'- KLY --.- R IJEAVjNWORTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 11, 1875. ZiUWtshedt 1855.. Vol. 29. o. Conservative Ettablished by D. B. Anthony, January, 1861. m'M ' I I VVJl.Il. - T 45-i s P. W awWa St-irai-s THL'BSD.YY, MABCII 11, 1873. A EESSELESS ASSAULT. The rs-nate has passed a bill to jsircbase ground In T.i ka fur irovernment buildings-learing Leaven worth out in the cold, and the author of this is that xrct and S"l Senator, John J. Ingails, so puffed and Mowed all over Kansas as one of the greatest men living. It Is fart for Leavenworth to consider at her leisure, that this same man who in-offered to do so much for Iter, has done everything in his iw er against her, and be is hailed in the House by that little egotistic upstart, . A. Cobb, of Wyandotte. The- two inditiJual-have fought every measure ad visated for tlie lienefit of I.avenworth, and it does kw too that alroiit every man frotn the Mate out sid...

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