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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 15 April 1875

-rr-s- 'tUlU Ksaps:is3kis fsriS-v- "" c t i1 'r ? I -V " r 1 r r Fv. 4 1SBWg 8tfn5 TnUESD-Vy, APRIL 13, 1S75. THE IKDIAKS. The Times,' with its usual enterprise, on Saturday morning gave ita readers the lat est particulars in regard to the Indian re volt at the Chevcnne agency ; Sunday morn ing, we gave much more reliahls and trust worthy news. This last outbreak is only another forcible anil strong argument against the tieace jiolicr. The hroad-hrim- med Quaker ig affable, good and liont, but as an Indian agent he has been a miser able failure. In the first place corrupt and designing hypocrites, witli long faces, and peculiar i-baped haU have imiioscd upon the government, and under the mask of re ligion have procured responsible and im portant jiositions. Of course the Quakers are a noble class of men, they would not intentionally commit a wrong, but there have been many queer transactions made public that make people wonder if a heathen would not make as honest and capable an Ind...

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. — 15 April 1875

' , 'tr- ' -, . FJ-r -Pl- ?tfr -t THE IiEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, APBIL 15, 1875. JH ;H-f5 ' LI hJ', j 4 u S THE TIMKP, Kj-'X'VHJ-ISUf'U 3e56. The Oldest, Largest, Cheapest Ann Dpi Skw pp 11 K.ss. Dsiiy, per year- Huc.i pryrar Ad Jre- ill or ten to . 1 l TBIJEi TTMT1S, Jivinworth, Kun, To Coiunmeri of Glue. The Champion Glue Co of Chicago, Ill are turning out a new articl- of glue, which i cheaper and better than any ever before in the market. Head their 'ad." d&w Manhood Womanhood! Mari-age! G0 pagei. ItntiedimenU to ilarriage: the cauxe and cure. Sent umled, inwt paid, for .00 cent, by Dc C. Wiirrri-K, C17 St. Charlt street, St. IjOu'ih, Mo, the great kpecialUt. Ilecd his works. I'amplileta free. Call or write. His opinion acts nothing. Dosley'i Tent Powder Is the moit convenient and reliable 1'ilcing 1'owiler that has ever been offered to the iiuMic. Is allow no wa-te of liour with which is ueed is free from injurious Mib tancc. Vtc no other. Grocer et p it. dw Foe l...

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. — 15 April 1875

iSS -""' -I --- - j a" rnrirrr - -1 ---i- -. - - THE LEAVEN WORTH WEEKLY" TIIVIES :HtfMbAY,i5 CST ' 8T5. '"JVT'J wvw t-tf -. V V ' j"-',,r"rTg- -..- n t i i H 1 i Mlcr.a nvui!i TIirilSDAY, API'.IL 15. 1S75. TBIFTES. Tlii. original greenbacks Frog-. lIscunV works Ham, sausage, lanl, etc "7Y soifn Herald. A ri'Iiculou editor regret tint WasJiinj; tn lial ii" miiMlc name. A In re tlit- iJioc jiim-huJ On the fuot t.f mr . -Awciurf'en Ihitdd. tathiuii writer say- tlie lato-t s-tyle of latin-,' piorc comia up to the funny-bone Kor the next f el ling hchool. Dues v-a-ow-iu t-iell anything? IjnreU Joui. Manv cilitors are of nidi a tieaceful na tiirv that they will not j.nt a lieail on their eilitoriaU. Thcie i- no more wandalotis llaec than Tnrkij, and jtt that girtenimeiiti' without an American mini-ter. A Milwaukee lady, who paid $50 to have a wart removed from her no-e, wants Jo know what's liecomeof the no-e. ( rwyeU foreijrner- ha e a ctronger wii-h t liecome citizen-, than other-. 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. — 22 April 1875

'' ' J THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES b EsuMiildi 1B55. o I Vei. 33. JTa. S.X LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, APBIL 22, 1875. Conservative E-tallishecl ly D. B. Anthony, J&nsary, 1381. J! ' fa , u fr- ; iJ - - - y tsSlffMn SCimts THCRsDAY, APRIL '22, 1S75. SHALL "WE ESCOUEAOE IMMIGBATIOH 1 The Troy C7.iV; Topeka CommwiirmW. and several other pa-icr, are doing all in their jxjncr to di-coiirage immigration to this State. The tWsays "-.eople had let ter stay away from Kansas,unles-s they corac o! their own accord." Certainly, nobody thinks of inveigling them, or bringing them here by force, but every true friend of Kan sas should do all in his -lower to promote the interest of our State, and to do this we need brave working men and women. We all know that there i. land enough in the Western country, to provide happy homes for the thou-ands that annually starve to death in the large and over crowded cities, and this is no exaggeration. The Timi, having the largest circulation of any j...

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. — 22 April 1875

- w 5xmmrte&m - -6S! -" - "r r-V --- T ". " "! I iiiViSi-ri.-i' w?c--as-ws,,Vc .yJW VXXvi THE LBAVENWOKTH WEEKT.Y - TIMES : THURSDAY, APRIL 22, 1875. F" I-. -- i- . lv K - C ; tfiSwHa inus THUESDAY, APRIL 22, 1875. THE EXCURSION. -The Editors of Kansas rcturaeJ yesterday from their trip to Galveston, Texas. Words fail to express the unbounded satisfaction of one and all for the noble and generous hospitality displayed towards them by the Texans. From Denison to Galveston there seemed but one expression of good-will and warm friend-hip for the excursionists. The party went unannounced. Tlitir jiresence was the first intimation of their coming. Yet everything was done by the warm-hearted, generous jieoplc of the South to make the Editors of Kansas welcome. We copy, elsewhere, from the Galveston 2Zax, an account of our visit to that city. What was done in Galveston, was repeated in Houston, Dallas and Denison. Wc venture to say that no party ever left our State and returned to it 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. — 22 April 1875

ta j-r r S3"-' -nr-jps: - s -.x'. 'j 1 ; t; "Hj&j 1 THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKXY TIMES: THURSDAY, APRIL 22, 1875. '-- T HS TIM Hie. IJIPO-TAXT THE MEUIUil AGAIN. BEECHER-TILTOX. NEW ADrERTISE5IESTS. LEGAL. SUNDRIES. 1 ter- - ? -T I L v ,f i l4- rl ltrrjV.Il.IIJD lSGri. Tte Oldest, , Largest. Cheapest All Bt'I S"J-Pi!H IK EaN3. Ilir, -rj .r. W: t ,r?ear. ddresll..rlr.-: tj 1 GU .: TIMES, i-'i7fiiworth, vin To Corners of Glae. The Champion Glue Co, of Chicago, 111, are turning out a new articla of glue, which i cheaper cud better than av.y ever tefure in the market. Ilead their 'ad." dw Grocers Eeep It Noutkeejiers u-e it, and will hare no other in the hoii-e, after one trial of Doo lej'a Yeast Ioder. It purity and ei exIlentV s gmnntetd, and it is the cheap est from the fact that cacli package: con taim full weight, divr ISl'Y a cake of "Gmrtantine's I'ine Tar Soap." which will e'eane out and render healthy many affected t-kirn. Salt rheum, pimple, chapped liamNj frosted feet, bums, Ir...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 22 April 1875

IT -:-- the" xEAyHmdKFllreSES PAUL - j.,. y-J bSTi3J2ySv5rSK'5 - v-v-v-r. '-, CHUKSDAX, PRED 22; 1875. StrN1)RIES. tJKwHa Sf-inws iriU'rnarTieLareaxorth Timet. THE OAZ A5D THE WILLOW SPECLIA NOTICES. JIEDiaVL. HORSE XAIL8. MEDICAL. -a a rmi 075 CH WEEK. Agents wanted; pirtlcnlisj j Wcnh&Co.. ct. Louis, 21a. I DS. BQKmU. v"- fcce. J. UDELL lADIER & WOODEN WAEE COMPANY JSV C W. LTHiS. 1 fcij 5 J i ts B t MT THUBSDAY, A1TJL t:2, 1S75. HOSEIBLE ASSASSnfXTIOS. Join O'Shca Kurdered Hear Troy , Kansas -The Murderer "Eacapcs and U Last Heard of in St. Joiepk. Description of the Mur derer and a Eeward For Hij Apprehen ion. One of the m&t coU-blooded and brutal murder! ever committed in Kansu as jkt ctrated Monday nif-lit, near Eact Norway, Wolf Hirer township, aliout fire miles west of Troy the victim lieing John O'Sliea, a well-lux. un Irishman, who had been a resi dent of Doniphan county for many years. From the Troy Chi'fve gather the fol lowing particulars' : "John O'Shea was...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 29 April 1875

A. "Ut'flMaW-CSnMttCT - .-t- , .. - 5-- v- Vg- ---X. t .s,'a:"'"r' LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY "TIMES THJii JH r.uwi.iswj i.SAVjiiNWOKTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 29, 1875. Conserrativs Eitahlished by iJ. E. Anthosy, January, .861. .Sal bs -y. a ir - Wukh inus THUBSDAY, APEIL 29, 1875. H0U-.T 3IU5CIE CE2ETEEY. About tiro years ago the city of Leaven worth issued its lxjnds to the Mount Muncie Cemetery in the turn of $10,000, for the purpo-eof paying off their indebtedness. The Mayor refused to sign the bonds, or to deliver them until tlie Supreme Court issu td a writ of mandamus compiling him to do so. The Director of the Cemetery As sociation at that time gave written security and a pledge of honor to reimburse the city, as jr the terms of agreement. We always looted ujion this loan as a fraud ujion the city, and are not, therefore, sur Jri6ed to learn the following facts : Another indebtedness has been incurred by the Cemetery Association to the amount of $1,000, for which a note has been g...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 29 April 1875

F1 - &ESBSZP&pIS?g&Zg&F- 'THJ i-."' THE LEAVESTWOB35I WEEKJiT TIMES : -THURSDAY, "APRIL "29, 1875. Br- i ? 1 tSKwHa 3Jius TIirKFD.VY, A1T.IL 23. 1875. "WHAT IS THOUGHT OF TEXAS The Kansas cditorc lid not arrive home in time for last TvcckV. i'siie of their iliffer cnt pajK-tv, hence thtir articles only aj jiearal in the exchanges received yesterday and day before. Texas is declined to 1 more intimately connccteil with our State than at present, hence we reprint this morning extracts from the editorials of the cxcurMonitfl, on the (iiilf and surrounding country. All unite in thanking the gener ous Southern people for the kind and lio-r-jiitablc manner in uliich tliey were enter tained. One editor i fooIi-h enough to find fault with the party for Flopping at Hous ton, because of her reliel record. Yet, we think that after consideration, lie will be forry for his word', and unite with all in their admiration of the chivalric, though, perhaps erring jwople of Texa.. The ...

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. — 29 April 1875

-rt. Psl5y$r 5Hrj i"V--P-ML JI-B! I .Ki-U.1L J mum ' JV I "2? ""Pfrf-zZi's THE IiBAVESrWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: TBCURSDAT, IPKIL 29, 1875. -$k tf -r I' - o T' P r iv 4. 2V 3 !&-- U ; fe'rV i fix; ?sf?5,. THE TIMES. KTAD3i-.isJiit;i less. The Oldest, Largest, Cheapest A'.l P"-I JCKVTTiPCa 13 EAXSAS- ffum peryesx.. , js.ee LOtt A-Jtc- si' w 1"3 to Lrnvenworthi 2-an. UE li-clitlor'i! celebrated Hair Dye, jxh- i lively Hie bert. ajil-1 To Co--reri of Glue. The Champion Glue Co of Chicago, 111, are taming out a new articla of glue, which ia clieaier and Letter than any ever before in the market. Eead their 'ad." d&w T-oniaii-i Have alrcauy handed in their testimony to the sujierioritv- of Doeley's Yeat I'owdcr over any in tie, and thousands will vet tes tify to it? worth after giving it a trial. It recommends iUelf. AbIc lor it at your grocer's. diw Dandrnf Thousands of bald head, can trace their nakednos to dandruff. Dandruff" results from the imrierfect circulation in the por ous sy...

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. — 29 April 1875

PIsW4 C" " yLT., ZLJll it 'I. ftw iii laniWLfi'igMy :? - ;5.b THE LEAVENWORTH -WEEKLY TIMES T THURSDAY, APRIL 29, 1875. 15? lt ft & f i I- s- i f -. IT tKEwItla SHinws TIIUHSDAY, AI'KIL 23, 1375. Semiaiscence cf Lirceln It was properly a liall, given in the win ter of 1801, when Gen. McClellan then the idol of the whole country called the young Napoleon, and 'worshipped, looked up to, believed in, and hoped for, was in command at Washington of the army of the North theanny of the Potomac On his brilliant staff were the two young French princes, Count de Paris aud the Pule de Chartcres. " Wishing my nephew to add to their education the finishing touch, without which the education of a French gentleman is incomplete the pow er of drawing their sword in a good cause;" baid the Prince de Joinville, "I have put them on the staff of General McClellan." There were five thousand people invited to this grand balL and yet many were dis appointed. All the upjer geades of the army and navy ...

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. — 6 May 1875

j -:--. - - sr " w- - - s I - jr -JSg--$r ' viv.V'-sS, -- --vVV -5. ; "; 1 Vr"t",S3.'"t't-i-'' -- -v.'.- sy -"'iT3u2--iJi'iV- THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES JLEAVjNWORTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MAY 6, IS75. Eitaalished, 1855. Vol. 20. no. Conservative Euab'isaea br X. K. Anthony, January, 1SGI. 10. I;3 e. 11 .-f -? I -, I fc- V alJ-r L-Ifcs- awftln aJimrs THURSDAY, MAY G, 1875. BEWARE OF SCALPEBS. There is a certain class of individuals doing business in every city, with souls as Iimimitive as the ecrm of a mustard seed. They arc not generally known outide of their places ol ijusiness. iuu iicicr res: their names in print, unless it is when they start east. Then they manage to find the local editor, and tell him to male them a -ersonal, and when they com backthey ill put in abig adverti-senieiit. That's the last you hearof the "ad." In order to get custom they emloy "scal-icrx," whoe dutv it is to hang around the derwt and on the streets, to catch a stranger when he comes to town. If they ...

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. — 6 May 1875

-tSSWKf asSSis , ., , ij, . , j. !- ,.r.-jfi!" 1 -. - - .- - -- - .-. '?'y-jV'"''r-rr' '. -"" ,.v -$- - THE IiEAVEjSTWORTH WEE KliY TIMES :' THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1875. .,-. a U ? s I- t ;'- l.? '- ?MHa Sfinws TDUKSDAY, MAY G, 1S75. THE TIXES. It is with profound satisfaction that wc rtyard" the fact that" during the month of April just cliicd, the suli-cription lift of The Duly Times in thin city alono, has. hctn jncrcaMxl by the addition of two hun dred and thirty-i-cven new patrons. To thoie who liavc so kindly given us encour agement in the part, and to the hundreds of our new friends we extend thanks. The jiage? of The Timis bear unmi-takaWe ev idence that iu columns are deemed the heft advertising medium in the AVest. For four rears past the prosperity of The Times hag been uninterrupted. During that period The Times has been a paying paper. It has had bitter enemies, and it has had warm friends. Four years of ex perience has proved one fact, that it pays a ncwipaier to lie honest....

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. — 6 May 1875

T - yr-. -;-;& -z, -- L"J !iJ?J.'l. " L J- , 4. i L rjf ''Eji- ';":tSfn.'4-i;-3-' 5lV"- V - &m&3s?- THE LEAVENWORTH WEEK! TIMES: THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 1875. a : a i "bl fee 'U y- t t. u - I 8-. ' tsr V JS". fit aix . fet-: iir- - !&- PZ"S s- rv IFat &.- is-f rSSS; Tm TATE TIMFiP. The Oldest, Largest, Cheapest An. J!kj Siwpxrvx ik Kir-san. 1U.it, r-' J- t S :S JJ Witk. v irwi .. " 111 ..-r ! iiif rt M ile HJ I') crrlrrat t-nt,-Der.n AddmM.all r Icr. to THB TIMF3, IHTmwortht Khii WALLACE'S TONIC Stomach Bitters Are eomponndrd fron the foT-owinr ingredi ents: Ckldra.L Wild Cherry, Sassafras, Layberry, WaLoo, Sanapari3a. Jamaica Gin ger. Valerian. Wood Root. Cufcbl, Dde lioo, Buchu. Orange Peel, lumper, ftnman liark.asdpire Spirits. This is strictly a Medicinal Bitter A perfect eradicate of all Bilious Diseases arising from a foci stomach, strengthening the system : a safe aaJ superior tonic, opera ting on the lirer and Kidneys : purifying the Blood, strengthening the N...

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. — 6 May 1875

zjEsauww-j."Jj- i 'U- J' '--- I------ -"- -! '"- ,. W ' - r11: ciCT? .-.---. r- c I"""? -j" -"" V- -r TH.3 LEAVENWORTH ' WEEKLY-rTIMES THUBSDAY, -WAY -? L875. n s x .. $vB'ccl.fg S&inws THURSDAY, MAY C, 1S75. Platfom of the inencia Cc3unisls. Tlic "National Induf trial Congresw,1 if we may judge from the tenor of the re-o!u-tions a'dojietd at Indiana,.! the other day, is really the name for a central association of American Comrauni-U. If tliere were no constituency for the doctritiee there pro mulgated except the handful of ob-ctire fa natics nlio n-inemhlcil, the matter would not le herious. Tlie trouble in that a ery large jiortion of these tenet find an approv al from interested cla.--eje, and repetition of them in a rc-tiectable form and by a rcpiit able gathering increases the danger. We have already referred to the financial vajj - aries and 'b-urdities of the Convention, conden-eil in a general demand for an iin limitcd iaier currenrr ha-d on the intan gible moonshine wh...

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 May 1875

t ----- tpv 'ny v" c -ir-v---?- rf- Sv"-- T f TV" LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES THE .LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MAY 13, 1875. Conservative Established by D. K. Anthony, January, 1881. Eitabluhed. 1855. Vol. 20. Ho. Mf fi, , - r 1 Mcjltlir SJims THCRSDAY, MAY 13, 1S75. THE TYPOGRAPHICAL TJHIOH. The press all over the country is discuss ing the actions of that organization known a the Tvpographical Union. For many yeara this body has controlled a majority of the printing offices in the United State, and the proprietors, it seems, are now de termined to manage their own affairs, and see if they can exert any little authority in their own offices. Many of the leading pa tiers do not employ Union printer?, a list of those was given in The TlVts, yesterday morning. All agree that the cxjieriment lias proven very satisfactory, and they will continue to employ jut Mich men as they see fit, notwithstanding l''e curses and whines of a set of fools and blackguards. If the Union was organized fo...

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 May 1875

Jta. -35 r-?- . r-y&'z&jL '3 vfJ-? yg 7- y " --f-s. Scsrv. -tM""!v ""v - - "5Wi:l: THE LEAVEXAVOKTil WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, MAY 13, 1875. in rs r if '? a m m - r , " . JthnatoaMinerccM cf the amount i.ro- '" '7WH lT4ltt ,Yii;mnt;!3accl !s: roar. Part of thaclil. has I'Atl-'' ' Vl'. Shinto t!:e hn(i, f the ago-U of TIirK5DAV, MAY 13, 1S73. COL. ASTZOaY shot. Bank-l K. Anthonv, editor zrA proprie tor of till paper, was thot and fatally "wounded, about ten o'clock li.t night, by V. VT. Eaibry, editor of the evening Appeal. Col. Anthony was at the theatre, in company with his wife, to fee Jamiiscliek play "Deborah," and as he was going out U-tween ithe acts, wa. assaulted by Einbrr, who fired tlinp -hot.-, the Grt takinir cfiect in Col. Anthony's right brexst, and inflicting what the physicians pronounce a fatal wound. Our local columns contain full accounts of the affair, hut we refrain from comments at the present time, as the public mind is already in a ftate of fevcri-h exc...

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 May 1875

" vr. -ZF7! ti i.iini.iilri: -or g&Z 3v9fvv7r jct- vi" v M& safe vs- THE LEAVENWORTH WEBKL TIMES: THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1875. rC V- r -r, it' ll I' - - t I: 5& !- l? K8V S r a Ji l 1 lf 0 ir-?-J I Bra I!1 I TTTS) TIMT5SJ Th-2 Oldest, Largest. Gteapes Ao Bier '..'i.ivf'Wn tn liJUV D;lt, rrj-r ..! 10 W Wktx r. j-r j;ar Adlcallorler. tu Invnwtrtla. Itim. To Comanen of Glue. The Champion Glue Co., of Chicago, III., are turning out a new articla of glue, which i-t-elieajier anil better than any ever In-fore in the market. KeaJ their 'ail." i&w Pond'i Extract It U a fact that, once introduce"! into the house, it holds an undivided place. It 5' an unfailing remedy in all cases where a lotion or a liniment U needed ; and a a pain destroyer it U without a rival, diw Eemexbir Tliat Dooley's Yeast Powder U the only biking jiowde'r in market that contains no -ulnt-noe but Mich as are desirable to pro lucc light, sweet roll, bircuit, pastry, Ac., and food that U healthy and nouri-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. — 13 May 1875

'"V;f S THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THUKSDAT, MAT 13, 1875. Staitlg iuts MEDICAL. JIIECKIaLAKEODS. MEDICAL. SPECLIA SOTICES. MISCELLANEOUS. HOBSS KALTJB. MEDICAL. .. -sr s j. f. iticnAnw, J0JW CXJX0VER. $72 EACH WEEK. Agent.. wsntr-I; particulars free. J. Wnnh 4 Co.. ft. Loula, Sfo. & I r lr I. TIIUIISDAY, MAY 13, 1S75. Ee mains of a Misting Step-rather Found Buried in Hit Daughter's Kitchen. About eighteen months ago a man named Jacob Weaver, who lived with IiL? utejt daughter on Itls farm about one mile we-t of Miles 1'oint, in this county, was mi-t-ed bj lii-f neighbors. Grave bU.cj)icions were indulged by the community that the old raan had been foully dealt with; but hi Ktejwlaughter, who enjoyeil an unenviable reputation, and her huitband, McMeaii", told a plausible rtory, wliich their little daughter wemed to clearly corroborate. They irctended that they had given the old man $100. and that lie had started on foot toward Hardin, in Jay county, to make home purchases, an...

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 May 1875

' t " 2 - -.JT" " j:VJrJ Yr ,f'V fWi -si xiZS' Hg?&S4frJ& V i THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY 'TIMES JuEAVjSNWORTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MAT 20, 1875. Established. 1855. I Vol. 20. So. 11. J Conservative Established by D. 2. Anthony, January, 1851 M I ' (V At v k i f IV . v is r. - tSsifritln Sfimes THUBSDAY, MAY 20, 1875. last GIGANTIC FEaUDS Ever since .Nsalary Bristow assumed f - f - -t .-k. A mnnf ll A il o control ol me irea-ury utituniii v ..-o been doing everything in his power to earn the praise and commendation of all good, honest citizen.-, and ha done his whole du ty to the government. We mentioned in The Times, a few days ago that the Secretary was making a war on il licit distiller. The Chicago Irdmne, re ceived yesterday, publishes a long ejj'tx of the frauds jierpetrated on the government by the whisky ring, a clique which had its headquarters in St. Louis, and its oncja tions extending all over the country. It is said that in this move and its results are found the true ...

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