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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 21 October 1875

THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THUBSDAY, OCTOBER 2',' 1875. n J 1 I. I 1 Wittkh $im$ TIICKSDAY, OCTODEK 21, 1S75. HEPU3LICA2 eOUHTY TICKET- Fjt Trcatuer Fur 0.-I- ES05 HOOK. II. IV. KICK. vr rMiifr tif Deeds A. CASI'EIJ. For Suf vrjur Far Attest r I. BIKXES. M. K. JOYCE. Tau fl-mmiuumrTM-- i-. A. COUCH. 3. .s A AV WINKLE, E. W. IXCAi. Jaxtfi of At I'tate- JOHN MrKKE, J CLAKK. CWf'iUr . . J.VME5 BEOWN, JAMIaHSASK, OsCAU IIAIUUs. ie IpmexUilc'ln& Ward H. M. ALLEi:. " SJ irorif JAMES F. LEGATE. " HA ll'afrf BOBEKT CT.OZIEK. Fur nlun-M Hani M I'laSYBYLOWICZ. 1J Wart KOI5KBT rOESYTII. Vh iranl-McCUiVN HUNT. A PLALK DUTY The duties of a journalist arc often un pleasant, but justice to the reader demand that the truth be told, particularly when the material interests of the community arc involved. There has never been a time in the history of the county of Leaven worth demanding greater care in the nom ination and election of County Commis sioners than now. To guard and protect the inte...

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 October 1875

THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1875, Cr TIMES. ESTVBLISBKD I SCO. The Oldest, Largest, Cheapest Awp Bsn Nstctafxb zv Xaix&ax D.IT. per ! . 5 10.00 WrriY. (rfeir- Atllreas&IlorUfera to JLruvnwortht JOn The Favorite Home -Remedy. Is eminently a FauiUr Medicine; and by be!n fctpt rcaly frimuiealle resort will mt tLaby u tioarot u trnng ii i mtay dollar in time uj doctor., LIU Afii-TOTer Forty Years trial it is Mill recrir uc tSe rau-t unqailird ts irtou'aH ilu slit - from fj4-rsunoi li li .1-rs-t r!iret-r au! rr jkh lbilitj. km inn l -bjsiciiirum.urii-J it t thi uot -'FFErTi,-. M!il)2FIO For all-i..ajfif ihn l.fver. -itomach aid fcpl.cn. TrfuSVM TuMsof the L'vrr ampslnt ar a W teror Itad ta te la be tnouth; -ain io the llvl, ?i!m or Joint, ofren miftftLrn for Ill-eura--1 tn; i.r i.mirli; low of pit te; Bowel a.tTn.iey rrt.ve and lux, Headache; Lns ot uiroorj, with a aimul anatijn of bsvli g fa led la do tftne'hlng which ought to have been do-f; illlis, LnaN...

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 October 1875

THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21. 1875. "SSlteiilj iipsj THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1S75. GKEEXBACKS. Wendell Phillips' lEejiIy to Carl Scliurz. lrrcdccinalilo Paper in the Light ol European History. The following letter has been addressed to the United States Legal Tender Club of thus city by Wendell PhillijH : i.Wnc Jkele. Ii Sccrctani of tU United Stales Isyd Tender Club, Sea Yort : My De in Sir In compliance with the request of the Honorable Richard Schell and other prominent members of the Legal Tender Club, of which you are the Secreta ry, I have to submit the following to the gontlcmen of your club and the country at large : sin. scjicez's SPEH3I ooxsideexd. Draining off from Mr. Schurz'a speech the whipt-syllabub, excuse, apology, ler poiial abuse, and his own history, four sub stantial matters remain. lint The charge that Governor Allen and his friends do not know that ninety thret per cent, of business transactions are by checks, note and bills of exchange, 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. — 28 October 1875

y THE LEAVENWORTH WEE TIMES Established, 7855 Sed. J855. I Vol. 20.-Ko. 31.1 LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28, 3875. Conservative Established ay I D. 3. Aatiecj-, Jaaar7l36I' KLY I r i .paus THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1S75. M . D. C05WAT OK IOKSOH. Moncure D. Conway, of London, is lec turing in this country. One night this week he apjieared in Cincinnati, and the GaxUe reporter -ays that the lecture dealt little in the prosaic matter! of the real London, but much in the crystalized, one might nay fo-silized, forms of its earlier life which remain tide by aide with the living custom of the present age. The .. . rt of Iindon was to be compared in uany ways to the f uccession of geologic strata. In the time of Tacitus it wag an insignificant trading post. -.-" that time the Asiatic and the South Eurojiean race had at one time and another Ielt traces of their pres ence within its wall. Out of this strange deposit of race elf im r.ts the present Lana1on had grown, and the process of ...

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. — 28 October 1875

r SeitrMg SJintcs THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1S75. 2TPTJBLICAS COUNTY TICKET. ' Ttezxurer r Oat- ES03 HOOK. TT t- PTfT Jjr Kryutcr of Detdt A. CASrEIL W Surveyor U. S. EAUXCf. JV Asstu.r M. E. jovcn. .Fwr Cormier A. BHOWK. County Cuh.mUsiuua't .-. .v. touch, J. h. VASWISKLE, n. w. lucas. JtaluctoflA: ram JOHN" MeKEE. J. CLAKK. CunttcUa JAMES BROVTX, JAMES KRAXKi, OaCAi: HAUIUa. ttir Il'yrutllt "I; llonf J- STILLINGS. " 2nd Hard II. M. ALLER. ' U Uord- JAMES F. LEGATE. " Uh ll'orrf ROI1EHT CJIOZIEK. "S3 JtutHri (-. V. IL MOOKE. " III V rid JO-EI'H HOWELL, ' WZth Dutrirl IIOELKT TAYLOB. For Comnliinrp "lit rar.l II. WITTEXBEnC. "Id Vud 51. I'KZYBYIOWICZ. ' 5J IIW uoBi.irr foksyth. " Uh Hard McCOWX HUXT. " SUA Uutnct E W. LUCAS. ' tUh VUlriet JVJ1X JEWETT. cations in the Eaif, Do not exaggerate; tell important factories than any city in the the plain, simple truth, and we believe that . West. These institutions give employment much Taod will bs accnmnlished. Leaven- . to hundreds nf M..-Kvi...

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. — 28 October 1875

ScK38K3 SEz&:tfm&3.iZZiL THE-LE4YENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSEAY, OCTOBER 28, 1875. V ', r.- THE TIMKn The Oldest, Largssl, Cheapest Arr Bsrr yxrripaa iw ; DtiLT, pryrr -.CJO.u WniLv, perjeir. 2.K a Address all orders to TSJEJ H?T7yTFiS, Lnavtiiiworth, Kan. HRitrtj I -J "rf A3 I .WaUi J.l -3 sr 32 The Favorite Home Remedy. tBtnfnntlr a FaIty Mrdlrin; and by l!nc attain a y frinimeiltlt5 resort will tare many all liOjrofMtrcriocasi'tDatjadolIar In time and doctor bill AU-rorer Forty Yean trI Il w tilll recrlint th moit u qiili ! I-oD'aW 10 It irt fn.m urmnot tb U'. t cbarci.rao I n-pn bi Uy. Lmloui phyitULscoujincnJ It as the &.FKJTti t E.NHOIFIO Fn-aM M.-avaof th Mrer. Htotnech aad Spleen. rn SYMrTOMSof the Llr.r complaint r a li l-ror had ra'tt in he outh; rain fo the ltc., tides orJMm, of e.rot.tknf r Kheutna t s.n; nr -mm rli;,lo uf .p t te; Bowel alu-rnatey cottlee and lax; Ifeidscue; !; o( u.uioo, .lib. a pslnrtil aeiiaaliou f hiving fa led to da nnai6 bleg; ! though...

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. — 28 October 1875

SaAqfe"3W4BrEaNr99MM WW s '.! 'Muneiwj-riL m.jj iwn THE IiEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: TfltTRSDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1875. l- J -i Us (gitnu i . THUKSDAY, OCTO UEU 23, 1ST5. AHUJJIEB'STALE. Hot- a Mountaineer Captured a Wild Poa. &cd Silled a Puma. 1L E. Irvinjj, the mountainccr-huntcr, re cently came Into Colorado Springs from the mountain", and reported the dLovery of a iwar in company with a herd of bison .no'wn to range among the hills about the northern base of Pike's Peak. The pony had often been been by other hunters, lead ing the bL-on herd, and had long been known as the property of an old citizen now alncnt. Irving, believing that he could capture the iony, was appointed by Justice Lyon a Deputy Constable for that purpo'se, and he accordingly Jeft Colorado Springs, about ten d:y ago, mounted on a mule, vi ith lariat, rifle and mountain outfit. On Tiie-day he returned, bringing with him the ny. lit manner of capturing the animal was an acttieemcnt that elands alone among lariat-t...

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 November 1875

LEAVENWORT WEEI Estaoliflj-!, 1S55. Vol. 20.-IO. -EAVENWORTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1875. 32 Jf CcrssTvative Established bj Jl D. S. An'hoay, January is51- THE OV TIMES K 1 -' tWwhlg Shims THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1675. COKE WEST. The Washington Otronide says that this war- Rood advice when it was given by the great New York editor. It is good advice yet. There is a vast floating imputation in the great cities, mho are accomplishing nothing for themselves, or for the good of society. The cities are overcrowded. They have grown faster in population than the country. This disproportion is increaaing more rapidly now than ever before; and both the cities and the rural districts are suffering in consequence. The retail trade of the cities is so cut up and divided, that high prices must 1 sustained, in order to meet the store and family expense. There is a fine field opening just now, in the Western State wd Territories for youthful enterprise-. All along the fron tier there has bee...

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 November 1875

""I'-jh ygqgaF-; t '3 THKLEAVNWOKTH WEEKLY TIMES: TBLUESDAT, NOVEMBEK .4, 1875. Mt'Cftlg- ianus OTDIKDAY, NOVEMBER -5, 1875. THE GOOD "WOUT. Tlie Republicans to-dar, throughout the Union, are rejoicing orcr the result of Tuesday's elections. Tlie old party of free dom and equal rights for all men has been victorious, and carried all but one or two of the States. What docs tin signify? Nothing more nor less than that the jieoplc of the Union have unlimited confidence in the present administration, and recognize Ibe fact of General Grant's finn, nnswerr icg adherence to the principles or the Re publican party. He ha been conitent in his ccnr, and his beacon-light has al ways been the national platform of the party. The colored men are to-day Presi dent Grant's lcrt and mot devoted friends, and il l right that thi thould le the case, for he has been a valuable friend to them. Cou-iderinp: everything, we do not be lieve that the "tidal wave" has done much harm. On the contrary, it is ou...

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 November 1875

! M3tjjjjBfar 1 1 i r i THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: ' THUBSDAY, XOVJsMEHra A. , 18.75: THE JTIMWe. HWTVJ.sr.ISBT.K.A' Ie?05. The Oldest, Largest, Cheapest A' !!t-T SSVhFiTCa IS JTA"Sf. THAT 31YSTEKY. I THE RESULTS. E10. - 2.GC Dit.r, per jrr WjKfi r. ircar i.. Addr mil orders to JTT-R TEVTRS, ljoKvenworthi Kara. 01 .m9r A Few Additional Facts Upgard- ing It. Scattering Returns from Country Precincts. the Another'. Voiiiaii Taken far SJaira Blackwrll. The Body to ba Taken Up Today and Examined. A Large Tote roiled County. in the mii.'iii The Favorite Home Remedy. sewi-tattya Family Mlicln; and by being lepirraly firlmmeil.te retort will save many an Gradually the fact in this mysterious case are Le:ng brought to light, although how the lady came t her death yet remain undiscovered. A brother of Slisa Blaekwell arrived iu the city dy before ,.eterday, and it is hi intention of having the body exhumed to-day and examined by medical expert. The following, taken from the Kansas City Ti...

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 November 1875

mttww THELEAVEJTWOKTH WEEKLY TIMES: TflUKSDAY, NOVEMBER 4. 1875. Wnkk $imts .aea? TiniLcD V Y NOVEMBER 41875. THE FINAL TSAGZDT. A Fort-e Spsnt and a Iifa Wasted oa a Worthless "Won--. Charles Kevere, a well known sporting character, shot and killed himself at an early hour yesterday morning in a boufe of questionable repute in 'Wert Forty-sixth etreet. Charles Revere has been well known among the Fjwrting class of New York for years. He has kept "fast hordes and faster women," and could be feen alnio-t daily on the road with both. About two years 3Lo lie became enamoured of a notorious female named $:lefr although at present the sty les herself "ttaira." She then lived in East Thirty-third ttreet, near Lexington avenue. fclie now occupies a house in rorly-sixiu i-treet, near Broadway, and it was at this liou-, and sthilc knc!ing at this woman's fett, that Charles .Kevere rf;nt a bullet AUIIZZ1M. TIinOUGII HIS rbaix. From the time these two strange people intt until within two month...

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 November 1875

msc.'siuirj"JV9''' THE LEAVENWORTH TIMES 3?$8fe. Established, 1855. I Vol. 20.-So. 33-J i.EAVMWOKTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER li, 1875. i Ccntervative Estahliihed by t D. R. Anthony, January 18G1- cwijgVTCqT'.. ' " WEEKLY I' T 5h McjHh $ilttC3 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1875. XIAXI COUHTY. A special to TnE Times yesterday an nounced that the"Rcphorm" party in Miami county liai been completely routed, and that the Republicans bad been successful. Who did it? We answer L. J. Perry, with the Paola Spirit. Perry is made of the fluff which known no fear, and he went into the fight determined to win. We con gratulate the party in Miami county. XISTAKEH. In Leavenworth the Republicans carried everything. ISond's majority for sheriff in reported to be 900, and Legate ia elected to the Legislature by 300 majority. They run with and ahead of their party. Tojieba lime. The Topeka Times is Spain in error. Ja. K. Legate is NO "elt-ctwl t.t the Legisla ture by 300 majority." On the contrary, he was...

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 November 1875

THE LEAWWOflTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 11; 1875. I-Vtt t O"' . Tnn f,r, novembeu 11, is75. THE OUT 00K AFTEE THE EL2CTI0n8. "Wher e smote of battle has cleared j away, wr- ' tae excitement ol a campaign la over, U sl'rewd politician glances orer the victor mil defeat?, and devises plans for the fm . The New York Herald, an cppositi' nvpapor, has prepared list of the He; an arid Democratic State, making urns of last Tuesday's elec tions the for calculation. There are two Statin -ich the Herald finds difScult -to class -onsin and North Carolina. t Accordin? !he last returns, Wisconsin, which he 1 --n election on Tuesday, chose a Eepnblica' ' . ivernor and a Democratic Legisla'tir. , fill Xorth Carolina was pret ty evenly , TdiJ in August, if vc reckon by the st-i . i- ii of the two parties in the Con6tituuin Convention. Xorth Caro lina is coun for the IJepublicans because that party t d a popular majority of fif teen tliou-..!iJ, although they did cot elect quite a majority o...

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 November 1875

s- THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: SDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1875. ?W TEOoBi P H p TIM !. -t a. H,i.r ---. s. "Thi; Oldest, Largest, Cheapest -rc Fj.r-.i- p l-.-x.-er A.; I'-. !! .rtws to 53 JO TI-Il TIMES, Lcuvenwortbi 3tun. '?7V- awaawBwaSsHs2.f4W .aw aaasss wTOaW Aa. aa. .tWs aa aW HiH The avorite Homo Remedy. t.ew'-entlva Family Medicine; and by being leptnalyf.rlroraeJlste resort will save many in h'jrof i-uSering a-d many a dollar in time aid ducbr lull. Alt. rover Forty Vein" tr-al it i .'111 rtreivloe the Dt u qualinid vs I niistolt Tut e. ffia .re.n..l tbhube.i lnrtfTn1 ree. -s-tpinty. Lm neul phyieit.s ruraiu-n J it s the isOst t r'KM riI. lEOIFIG Fo- a'l 'n s.e-..f ilie IJver. Htcmsch and Spleen. T11 M TOMS of tbe I.'.ver ccmp-alnt ar a lihugi In! U4 in the xouth; ram la tbe ltc, -ile--r Joint!, of esrolttiktn for Ubeonik t em, -tr mm e?i;.Iou of Appit to; Ilowel. alitroa-ey ro.tlve and lax; Headache; Lns ol luml , with a paimul ADtalion of bivitfcfa'led t.di M.meThiLg whlchooghl ...

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 November 1875

THE IiEAVNWORTH YTKEELLYA S: IHDBSDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1875. i.-tyr.w . - v tMcelUg Sftnus THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 11, iS75. BAI-NUM. A Short Treatise Upon How to1 Get Iticli. The Great Showman Expounds Upon His Favorite Text When You Get Your Keep It. 3!cney Anil bo Careful Not Debt. to I.uti in Mr. P. T. IJarnum lectured at the Opera llou-c last night to a comparatively small audience, the attendance being not what was reasonably to be expected. After open ing with a few funny anecdotes, the lecturer arrived at the real sub-tance of hi theme, llelow we give a Fynop-is : The road to wealth i, as Dr. f-anlclin truly say, "a plain aa the road to mill." It conriats simply in expending less than we earn. That seems to be a very simple problem. Mr. Micawbcr, one of those hap py creations of the genial Dickens, puts the cae in a strong light when he pay that to have an income of twenty pounds per an num and Fend twenty pounds and sixpence, is to be the mwt miserable of all men ; wherea, to have ...

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 November 1875

m g.i "aLJPMKinywwiw iff" .rtJj ' vr. . r tsrif jjjfccdctga LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIME EtUbliFhrd, 1855. I Vol. 20-No. 24. jsave:n worth, Kansas, Thursday, NuYEimber is. LS75. f Consarvativi Estaclisted ty I D. B. Aa:ic7 January ISC wra y y Ifttcdiljj tnus THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1875. THAKKSGIYIKG FS0CLA.MAXI05. State or Kansas Executive Mansion. An ancient and honored custom, as well as the imjierative obligation of duty, de mands that we devote one day in each year exclusively to thanksgiving and praise to Almighty God. The demand is add rested to the ioj1c of Kansas this year with ex traordinary emphasis. By the grace cf him- "who doeth all tiling well," a season which opened with premonitions of wa..t and misery, develop ed into one of plenty, and the fields over which a great pestilen urooded, have pro ducel an abundant harvest, Bounteous crops have even-where rewarded 'he labor of tlie husbandman, and granaries arc filled to overflow!.;. Truly, "the earth which drinketh in the "i...

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 November 1875

THE liEAYEKWOHTIL WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, NOVJEMBER 18, 1875. xtSMii gUimns THT JrI"AY, NOVEMBER 16, i875. PEESOlfAL COSTSOVESSIES. The nubiic have but very little interest in jrfTrsmai conirovernc-s. ie iisec -jui nor Jo we intend to engage in one unlaw compc'lcd to. We have Fpokcn of the IVfetmai-lcr of tliid city only in his public capacity. All the public have to do with him irua journali-t anJ a public officer ; nor have we trespassed thoe boundaries. We tliall not in the future unless to rhow the win wlio takes upon him-elf the ta.k of public ceri-or. We are aware we could say nothing that id bad which has not already been said ot him and endured by him; and if the Puitriiastcr would be the only one touched, or hurt, we should hesitate lew to present a panorama of his life. Xor is his lorlification of ancuri-m and social ties so strung as to prevent 114 from laying bare the moii-ter who seeks to chastise. Rut -A he 11 the Postinastertrespasseson pei ponal ground, it becomes an...

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 November 1875

sua, i,ijpijisj p.., ijw.Lt.M&irj?Mjijtnjiimij3sa THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES :, .HUBSDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1875, J T ! i K TIM THE TOWNSHIP T07E. taiM'-hh :?-,. The Oldest, Largest, Cheapest A-i- Bn Nwsr-Ars.n I? JTAf. Iitt, per yar 1 13 , Wiiklt. tuiyear ,, , ...... .. Addre-s mil order to Tjas TUVrFTS, J.evii7ortri. Hani 5-- B 7 The Favorite Home Remedy. lgruwnllri Fau.lly MHIrfn.; and br l'n tet.t r.aJy f.rlmmeli'erir' will .ave many o b-puroteuoeriog-nd uiany a dollar in Hue .! ductor. t-lllw Alf-rovrr Forty Tun' ipI in 'lll rec-lv nr the tn-p-t u iiali'ed t- i omals lulu !( fp-m r'Doiihh.bMrhrcirrnt re-poti- Wit . fcinloit pbtlu-oiniunJit as the most FS'EVTIlAb rIC)IFIC Fo'all ' I -.--. of th" IJver. -Ucmaeh andfpWn. Tn"i TOM-of the Liver complaint ar hi iror bad t.t- In be oatU, l.u In the Hvr, sides r Joints, of e ml.tak-nfor Kleum. llsui; ' -iin Ti; los of Apt to; Bowel, elu-rnatey costive and In; Hes.tecbe; ! ol in-m r , Itli a pain "1 "-niation -,f bvl"g fa led t4d unme-...

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 November 1875

THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES: THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1875, roStocltttt iuiM I TITC&-IUY, NOVEMBER IS, 1S75. I Shsep Husbandry. "Vc hare seized ttjion the following cor- fpoudence for tlie 1 ncfit of onr readers : TorEKA Kan , OeL 30, lb.o. j. L. .V. Slitldm Dear .Sk. Will you have the kindness rive tlin ISoard the benelJt ot your per- onal expc-Ksicc in r-heeji hubat.dry in v-ourcoun'v vWial arc the lt grades nd cro-- lor lian-as? Have there been dock Lrnuslit i.ito your county -ince the Bret of Man h ' If fo, give ze of liockFt lirtl. and name and twit-office addros ot owner or ienon having charge of them. What ire the eculiar advantages and dis advantage, of Kansas lor cliecji-raii'ing? 6tate wliat is necessary in food, 'belter, protection, etc., to secure tucceot? Yours ISwpcctfulIy, Alfred Gray. Ser'y (Mate Board of Agriculture. J-I oiiattaV, Kan., Nov. 3, 1873. Hon. Alfred Otny . Dear '-m I am very glad to do any thing wittiin my jKjwer for tl.e advance ment ol fchecji husb...

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 November 1875

iji HI It BH'il iHlil i' IH II i HI 'I III I IT THE LEAVENWORTH TIMES KittbUined, JSJ5. I Vol. 20. So S5.J LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 25. 1875. i Conssrvative Established ty I D. B. Anthony, Jascary is 61- PlBC3WiSBOBKFlBIC WEEKLY jp t. "1 tSBtttttg Sfiaus THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1875. OUB KAHTJFACTCB1S0 IMIERE2TS. Leavenworth is to-day the manufacturing center of the great West. Here are found the largest and most important factories in the Missouri Valley. The trade review in our local columns yesterday conveyed to the reader of The Timjs throughout the State but a (mull idea of the character and wealth of a few of our corporations. At some future time we will lay before our readers an article which will convince the I-ojle of the country that Leavenworth is destined to grow, and in a short time be come the principal manufacturing city in the land. This morning we wish only to say a few words about one of our large? t in stitution, the Kansas Wagon Factory. This compan...

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