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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 25 March 1886

THE NEWR.' THURSDAY. MARCH 25. 188U. April lt U arbor dav. 8 Fluker for beat saod oala. " . t ma . niN nionie Bird, a daughter of EL -. nira.tiia jeweler, is qalte m with i ne c Doom lor upon a will be the rendering- of" the Mikado by homo " a - oomptBT, M. l ri..L. ... 1 -uuwugH win eooo open. a. miiiara ball in Peffrka old aund on Unmtnerclal atret Spring haa atalllooa are atxeeU. rarely come. O aaera of exhibiting them on the Effing Herbert returned from, ft visit to Hiawatha to day, and will resume bis oia position on the Naws. The city u layiog a new gutter along vum eai siu of Commercial atreet, be tween yonrm and Sixth avenues. i oe social to Have been given at the residence of Mr. L. Bevery, by the ladiea of the OoDgregatlonal church, will be In- defloltely postponed. IV. 1 . . . - rw raitw to iMiiiornie eanae trains bound for the Golden Gala to be crowded with passengers. Judge Parrington haa Purchased tha Taylor property. 143 Rural street, and wui occupy it aa a residence....

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 25 March 1886

?HE NEWS. THURSDAY, MARCH 25, 1880. f V B(.J a n . " aira. xiaoe uiements Proud parent! of twin are tbe How many ah area of stock la the base ball association. have yon TnV. Tv . ... "ram is , clerking In Dr. HottU' popular drugstore. ' A new croaalnir la being laid at tbe corner ot Fifth and Commercial street Go your belt and go a fishing. It is excusable la yog after soch bad weather. The boarding noose next to Delaney'e hoe store 1 being repaired and general appearance bettered. The school girls haye hunted out their broad brim hats, and emphatically assert that "spring has come." Why is the principal street In this city like that of the city of Atchison? Because H has the same name. The sidewalks and drainage are being attended to by the people living on Mer. chants between Ninth and Tenth. ' Boom? WhostarteditT Tbe News. Its catching, and the town and business la booming as It never boomed before. The city Is certainly waking up from her slumbers. The town presents a '"T Uy7 nd...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 1 April 1886

K i.1. jt-: III! '- 7 IV 1 1 S I I S 9 It I ESTABLISHED IN 1857. EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 1, 1886. VOL. 29 NO. 18 J. r 1 r. r ' 1-s - v.. I V J r f i :1 i,: - WEEKLY NEWS, $1.50 A YEAR PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. TO THE SUBSCRIBERS AND PATRONS OF THE NEWS: We beg leave to announce that the yearly subscriptions to the WEEKLY NEWS are over $2,ooo in arrears and re spectfully ask our friends to call and pay up, or remit at their earliest convenience. We trust that this notice will be respond ed to by all who know themselves in debted. THE NEWS COMPANY. Malloy-Kaobn. Neit. Yea, verily, the ways of our city gov ernment paaeeiti all understanding. Gbntlb Armib seems to bave taken tier departure for a abort time at least. It ia nut labor orxaoisitiooa tbat nentce ibe country'! pece. but tbe la bor hierarchy. Next Thursday ia arbor day, Ifou can't do any better, plant a goi berry bush on tbat day. lahue and enthusiastic cremation soctoty baa Just been organized In Loa Augeios, California, ....

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 1 April 1886

THE NEWS.I BY THE NEWS COMPANY. Entered at the Poatonice at gmnorla as Second-Class Matter. . A. B. MRWCOMU,. eT. . HARNIT. aditor .ai oolate r ditor. Prloe, tl.OO a tear la Adrauw. abLUhed Kvery Thursday at Emporia X-voa County Kansas. THURSDAY. APRIL 1. 1SSC. Sxsour new weather signals. Am you going to plant trees on arbor day? W present to-day oar new signal ser lea cats. A rsw court house is not a luxury but an absolute necessity. local, politics are red hot in K&nsis City. . Clbvklakd's letter on ilreas might be termed the clothes-line U tter. "FATTf IUkd" Is what the pages of the house call the big congressman from Maine. SpaworiBLD. Massachusetts, proposes to turn one of It effete roller skating rinks Into an armcry. Mayor WniTTLEnKv must have U en suffering from "inocuous desuetude" when he issued bis last election procla mation. l Bl oldest fcpiscopal church in the country is that in Williamsburg, Va It contains the font in which P.x ahon taa was baptised. Tun trouble w...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 1 April 1886

- V I'T ; & . 2 v f iv I ? i r - A. Y. & 4? - f I' s'V r 7 THE NEWS. THURSDAY. APRIL i, 1888. V. akt'iR itarttt H." It under loll bead Bavj bah and rapidly. Cattle outt within a mnnth. o k ia ae!U lo live oa new grata I No excitement f el over the approach ing city election. jna a-iiruneni of March tb part weea nat ienquit arnindbla. Tata changeable weatner will cer tainly cause much sickness arUlog from j acTare comu. Tha mechiMiica are beglaoiog id amlle -gain, la view ol the cbattca for work that are apparent. About thia time uf year uiit tiers ought I to begin to pat leather kueea la tneir yoaa hopeful' truaeers. The etrceta near the btgn acbool are being improved and better! by the! large f-ic or men at work. Basines la picking up lathe Banta Fa yards, and the Utmendoua paaaeoger travel still ootlnn on all trains. Tbe house oo the corner ol Eiarbtb avenae and Merchants atreet la belne- Improved by park lux ai d new fence. O.ie cannot tell what a ruaa will do who talk a ...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 1 April 1886

SHE NEWS. TinmSDAT. APRIL 1, 1889. Signal fligs an displayed on New man's block. The matrimonial market promise to M nourishing in a few day. Nw gM and water work hare been pat la at 98 Commercial strtet. Judge Keys U buy working on his docket "making op hie monthly report. . New residences are looming op all Tr the city entirely too numerou for much partieolar mention. J. Walt Iteynolds, -inn gentlemanly dork at Branai & Hyde's, who bu been Sick, is again at the counter. The railroad warehouse axe Jammed with freight for dealers In thia city, which have been delayed by the strike. Daring these spring nlguts It is no ancommoa thing to see the tky glow lag with the reflected lights or prairie fires W,h'P?PIe.tU roa liKhtlnc thins Of Dick ud Ton aad Hrry" B. er.ful now yoa aaswer back tbo who fetch will carry. Work U geUing lively in this city. It does any one. good to uke a stroll and ee the laborers throwing dirt. Let the good work go on. A sludeot of human nature would take gre...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 8 April 1886

U w s6x fS mty i f EMPOEIA, KANSAS, T3XURSDAY, APRIL. 8, 1886. VOIi. 29 NO. 14 ir a I'll ivir-g m r i ilj is i hi ill ii UQm 1 TJT TOTT-nT -w .-- -,-. . , , , ,. ...L . - , , , ,. --o JLaLixaxxxiit JLIN Xoo7. WEEKLY NEWS, $1.50 A YEAR WE'VE GOT 'EM ON OUR LIST! --- PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. 7 ' - r i, : TO THE SUBSCRIBERS AND PATRONS OF THE NEWS: We beg leave to announce that the yearly subscriptions to the WEEKLY NEWS are over $2,ooo in arrears and re spectfully ask our friends to call and pay up, or remit at their earliest convenience. We trust that this notice will be respond ed to by all who know themselves in debted. THE NEWS COMPANY. -TTJT OIXNI X-NT k.ElVX .' EJXJXI- X ONTO, 86 Commercial street, next to the railroad, Morse & Watkin's old stand. THE LARGEST AND FINEST STOCK IN SOUTH WESTERN KANSAS, OT FLOUR, FEED AND GRAIN, 1 1. 1 ? iCb7I,.b? awf y down for cab. and will sell accordingly. Farmer will LL1? CbeaP8tl--tJCity toBuyTbeir Floor and Feed; W Will Not be C. W. VANTREESE...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 8 April 1886

KEWS. TUENEWSCOMPANY. Stared M, tha Pusiofflca-ai Xmporla a . - oond Uoi Matter. A.B. MKWCOMK .voitor me. gl.se a rear la Atuo. FablUnad Xvsrr Thursday at Km porta. L7oa Coaaty, Kaaaaa. THURSDAY. APRIL 8. lfSO. UABBBT MCACLBT, of "Uncle Den'l fame, U dead. He wm the first inetrocU or or Alary Anderson V . wo nephews of President Cleveland. named Hoyt, are about to engage in the mmoer business et Rtuaell, thia atate. Ideas than tweot year ago Americana impuriea ineir carpet. At the prtaent time more yards of carpet are manufac tured In and around Philadelphia than in ut whole of Great Bntian. SM ..... ibs trouble with aome men la that they brace tbemaelTea In the wrong di rection. If the would brace up and a a. . w weir weight againat the breaat atrapa instead of the breaching they wwuiu accomplish something. Thb autement la made thtt a new im wiepnooe enabled a listener in New York to hear a Congressman take aonnk of water in Washington, 23a "iiwe uistant. we oolr half believe It we...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 8 April 1886

THE NEWS. I THURSDAY. APRIL 8, 1888. It will r on be time for the base clubs to strike. bail Wnent throuanoai Kansas is badly la. Jarvd by winter killing. The repairs in O. W. Newuiau A Co . Store are about completed. ,. ... . ... .. """ ui country has ever known. The county board meets in regular aeaslon oo Monday the 12th. Towuship trustees are busy making peraonil property aa ssme'.U. A deQnitioa for bujcuu The boy both ends. cott m a poker that i hot at "Neither the Kaljchta of Labor or the ralro1s are a big as the United Blatoa." Tne r-gtrs (hat were batch -d two years ago are now masqaeradlog as spring Cilckens. The Ester dress aud boncet are now very lively thing in the imagination of fashionable people. The county clerk l cloaing np odds and ends of busloeas In bis cOlce, in pr-partioo far the meeting of the board on April 12 h The bill collector is abroad In the land. His g-ntle duos are received at every turn and mild profanity is wafted oo i Vary brei ze The coming piculc...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 8 April 1886

THE NEWS. THUKSDAY. APRIL 8, 1888. i Cattle ought to live on the new grass ithln a month. ,i Baca, ft doll election wu never before i snui eased In this city. Election vote u canvassed the. first eanesaey alter election. T1e. fiscal yew of cities begins on tha ibat of April of each year. 'ft tteverel of the city (Indue hire bloa. aomed oct in a spring guit. The outlook la for a prosperous year Bcsiuiy growta 01 our city. Tha Park Place hotel is undergoing rr-Fiura to damage caused by fire. Xir. C. Wood is patting a new fence aoout ais place at S3 Exchange street. t Messrs J. F. Billlags and John C. Johnston of Clay Center, are in the city. r. .A. Moore is potting a new side walk la front of his place at 100 Union mr. u. j. Jones, 180 Commercial street, who haa been sick for some time pant is some better. Senator Plumb is haying some repair tag done to his place, corner Sixth ave nue and Union Street. Tha war on rates between the MU wuri river ana Ban Francisco ia nrrr and tha Atchis...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 15 April 1886

e - i a. "x. .. V ESTABLISHED IN 1857. EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY. APRIL 15, 1886. VOIi.29 NO. 15 9 i ; ;'i i . thar-" ' . mar Ei---. lit, , .i ; . Boi,. tlona mej pr-4 of pr atoDf "1 theb oats 1. 1 , before"' Mr, ar A Ttrd for, for'. . and 1 mat . ao su N fell Ha ' j w aai . xoetf - Ul OOt .'. . ow , '- Mr tali . bis her; ma lin ar.-- cor - kaAv tract f oat to 111 to.r !: : -If' a--. 'Up hi tit 121 t'-l WEEKLY ' NEWS, $150 A YEAR PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. TO THE SUBSCRIBERS AND PATRONS OF THE NEWS: We beg leave to announce that the yearly subscriptions to the WEEKLY NEWS are over $2,000 in arrears and re- . spectfully ask our friends to call and pay up, or remit at their earliest convenience. ; We trust that this notice will be respond ed to by all who know themselves in- . debted. THE NEWS KOTIOB Oaiag to Ibe raiiwav sir ike, the ar. rival of tbe paper upon wb'ca the Wbiut New Is printed hi be n de lay).. We are therefore compelled to re lace the sirs eooaewbat tule week, but hi realtor ...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 15 April 1886

I, r--'-A--.-- 1 THE NEWS. BY THE SEW8 COMPAMY. entered at the Postofltoe'ai Btnporie as 8aoond-ClaM Mailer. A. B. IWOOM B,. BVdlta rrtw, !,& a Itu ia Alnaw. Published Every Thursday at Kasporia. X.yoa Couty, THURSDAY, APRIL 13.1SSC. Jobs Dillon. Parnell's right hand nun in Ireland, bu two brothcra in Col oiado. . Jumbo's heart, weighing forty-seven-pounds, has been lent to Cornell Uni versity. Tax Kansas State Sunday School as sociation will meet in Junction City, May 4, 5 and 6. Tata people of Ottawa gave the mili tia a grand reception on their return from Parsons. Chicago proposes to celebrate 1U sen. icenteooial on the 4th of March, 1887, when it will have been incorporated fifty years. Thb Emporia Njcws nominates Web. Wilder for state printer. The Globe en thusiastlcally seconds the nomination. Atchison Globe. Ton treasury department wants more room to store money. Why not pay debts and atop interest in the old-fash-loned Republican way T A rooa woman in an English town has...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 15 April 1886

- v i 1 0 ti a i . i A - 3- J5.' v . - r - J, r .: .1 . i THE NEWS. THURSDAY. APRIL, 15. 1884S. A- Henley of Lawrauce, i In ih city. The sola water men have opened the catuiiaiKn. Owing to the Mrik at Oun, coal Has become quit scare lo town. Tba Ice wagons hate. CunnunceJ to , uiiav tueir regular moroioe; round. N. B. Hsmilfm and wife of Madia n. . are in tne ciiy visiting wiin mends. Mrs. J. Q. Atherioo. it mi better and eiiotadoabu areectertaiued as to her recovery. H r A. Myers of Adam county. Pa., la id tbia dry vli-ltlog, her shtU r, Mrs. U. BWUW "Pa. did von t-vt-r r.! TV. .m Ttt.n w "No. nor I Dott Jit in loS'BrueJul- am ana eon. Miss Chetia Kss. or this city. Is visit or, with the UtbUj of H. N. Bhaw In wnje uy. Mrs. D. L. Littla. cf Sao aod Pox AKeucy.uvuiunKberiur.Ua Ho- , HI IU1S ciiy. Tb race track ior the Pair MuotU lion baa bet a staked i fl and grading will begin Immediately. Come out and bear the tlttl b'.ack girl read and sing at (be First Prtsb,to- ihb tuurco in is...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 15 April 1886

I. a 1 ia P laoea, - ..M lie r raise 'bis head : t , (lvfno nf rnnnnmntlnn THE NEWS. THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 1884. J. H. Bartz of AuftuU, U visiting la this city. A new telephone hu been pat In the Chicago lumrjer yera omce. Mrs. G. J. Reynolds of Burlington, i visiting with tbe family of her son, Mr. JT. W. Reynold!. The American ben la now working on two big contract Kaater eggs and a crop ot spring chlckena. The tree piaoled by the school chil dren of Kansas, if each planted one tree, would add 500,000 trees to the forestry of Kansas. . ' T. H. Fry u having some repairing done in the rear of his store. A partition Is being made and the store room con siderably enlarged. Man Is created in God's image; bn from the way some men strut about, one might suspect that they think them selves the original Instead of the copy. Under the laws of Kansas, all estate Is assessed biennially 1n the even numbered years, hence this year, 1886, there will be a general revision of revaluation of all real...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 22 April 1886

f "V ' if s ESTABLISHED IN 1857. EMPOBIA, KAKSAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 22, 1886. VOIi. 29 NO. 16 i '.V I .t a I' f i WEEKLY NEWS, $1.50 A YEAR PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. TO THE SUBSCRIBERS AND PATRONS OF THE NEWS: We beg leave to announce that the yearly subscriptions to the WEEKLY NEWS are over $2,000 in arrears and re spectfully ask our friends to call and pay up, or remit at their earliest convenience. We trust that this notice will be respond ed to by all who know themselves in debted. THE NEWS COMPANY. Bkhjto M oiinx, of Vermont, is 77 1 years old. Nevada bu 13,000 voters. Out In Colorado there U a town hav ing one church end thirty saloons. t present tewer than Tarn wife of Justice Miller will spend toe summer abroad. wb are assured that there will be no Asiatic cholera this year. I. S. Cahpxntji, editor of the Kan sas Lyre, has been elected mayor of Ro:s- viue. a lyre Is generally a winning politician and this Lyre man is no ex. coption. A. New Yobe paper suggests tha Oen ral Grant's bir...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 22 April 1886

f'HE NEWS.! Z THE NEWS COMPANY. tara M tbe Poatontoa at Smporla as Second-CUs Matter. a. RIWCOMB,. .Xdltor Fries, $I.S a ran la Unut. bllakesl Kvery Tanraday at Emporia. t-jn Co maty, gIWi, , . - . . THURSDAY APRIL 22,15. Vmm government ys 1,200 women. printing office tm- Doiobado is to have a new state use at a cost of $1,000,000. Uaxtth Iaon U to Powderly what Donovan Roasa is to Parnell. Or the 3D8 bags of mail dispatched on 4 Z e ureg?B, zsv nave Men recovered. About $3,000,000 worth of American- ade locomotives are sent abroad yearly. i - , i'ACinc Citt. Iowa, claims to have 1 champon curiosity in the person of a ' ilstllng ghost I ini i aaieur tuna In aris now nounU to over $100,000, and tne hot- ... - . uu im aaaurcu. Thb Grant monument fund In Mew ork amounts to $120.303 ; the Hancock nd to $12,742. i - -. . IExPbistdxxt Bates will write tide on education In the south frr the rooklyn Magazine. i Hkarst, the new California senator, ' said to have commenced hi business Te as a...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 22 April 1886

r ... ..y r -f i l K ft f V . ,1C v tlf j. THE NEWS. THURSDAY, APRIL 22, 1883. Bacon and creens. anybody. Good enough for The gardeneri are the aan sains. maktog bay while The prospect lor email fruit and ber rlea are excellent. Red dresses are becoming faahtonable Kim i or j oung people. Blraua St Bchlsrjrrr have bad photo. grapna isaen or weir show windows. iij.u. rnunp petition tor a new road, haa been allowed by the county rWa v era. . ... G. P. Jonea & Co. are having the front "eir awe painted black and trimmed who goia tear. "llie case ol Oscar Lyle vs. Jamee Ban- , aciion tor assault, baa been con tinned until May 3d. Horse back and bicycle riding are be coming quite popular in our city aa a means oi outdoor exercise. Merchant! who hesitate to advertise at this season of the year-do not nnder. atand the signs of the times. The carpenter work on the roor ot the Park Place hotel la now completed and the interior la being thoroughly re. paired. The Jar v in the case of Jesse...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 22 April 1886

THE., NEWS. THURSDAY. APRIL 22. 1880. lti,wnnloPaffero,FIorea 'la wing relatives in ibU city. , "'.l.ltlUMlUUI, now windows of their and generally improved ers bay tog the store removed to appearance. The prudent- buaintst man plants fate dwttaemeot la tbe Nrnwrn, holt daily ana weekly, and res pi a rich harvest. . P'- SnedikarwM be in Manhattan tor the next two weeks, treating cases of rupture. The doctor la kept buay whtr ever ne goes. ." The world deals good-naturedly with good-natured people, and I never knew misanthrope who quarrelled with it butlt was he and not it that was In the wrong. me mauer with a cricket People here who piay it. why not organize fur the sum mer campaign? k. x.wing, a brother of W. F Ew- v5i-i . "a,rre flna ' Griffith & twing. U Is. the city vUutin. Mr. Ear ing Is an old newspaper man, havinc formerly edited the Wayne County 111 view, tn Indiana. iThIrg Dlat window In xmvm uroa. loan omce was found this morning to be badly smashed by a piece nf boarJ...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 29 April 1886

..." ..;.. -r,--v-Szr, --ev-'Ji j, 1 1 1 i "'1 " sutoairtotlca Society t r f ESTABLISHED: IN 1857. EMPOBIA, KAKSAS, THUESDAY, ? APKIIi 29, 1886. VOX. 2? NO. 1 ijt r it J I I I. t V f , WEEKLY NEWS, PAYABLE fri "V m w w 1- . ru Tim. SUBSCRIBERS AND PATRONS OF THE NEWS: We beg leave to announce that the yearly subscriptions to the WEEKLY NEWS are over $2,000 in arrears and re spectfully ask our friends to call and pay up, or remit at their earliest convenience. We trust that this notice will be respond ed to by all who know themselves in debted. THE NEWS COMPANY. Obovbb is fifty and tweniy.two. Mis Folsom I A vbboict ha been re tared in re gard to the Oregon disaster. It is the me old story "nobody to blame." Ax-fRKtiDKiiT Abthdb ts patiently waiting death's call. He is sufferlns from Brigh'.'s disease with little hope of recovery. is some pari of Mexico precious wood are so plentiful that the native build pig-stye ot rosewood log. Nobody, aa far as beard from, ha got rich from the st...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 29 April 1886

THE NEWS. n" TUB NEWS COMPAM Y. Entered at the PnloDIn at Emporia u Beeond-ulaM Matter. a. u. m KWOOHU,. ..Kdltor Price. !. s fear la Adva rsniUM Every Thursday at Km porta. cyan Cauaty. Kanaaa. THURSDAY. APRIL 20, KVi. J at Gould u to bj boycotted in ever j puaeioie way. Bcsisxst In East St. Loals bu lxeo wholly resumed . Ome bandred meo tare gone out Andrews' furniture factory, Chicago. of lam Lake Shore road has a email atrtke at Chicago among the brake meo. The Pittsburg Knights or Labor bare rcsolYed to boycott tno Western Union telegraph company. The British government intends to or. ganlze a Athene commission. There is now no scientiflc man employed on this subject in cither Great Britain or Ireland. UK less bps says the Panama Canal will most Ally commemorate the fourth centennial of America's discovery by conveying steamship la 1893 from ocean to ocean. u lasioue corrauea" is the way the New York headllt.es announce the &J T 1 . ... close of the official bunt after the ...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
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