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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 4 November 1886

Thera are about seventy-tlva scholare In attendance at the Preebyterlaa college. TtM Pacida Eipreas company bu had handsome new ain pat op at their place of business In this elty. Boom oleaalag Is the order of the day bow with oar housewives. The aoond of beating carpets la beard la the lead. Nothieg haa yet been heard of the as Tbev o sallaota of poor Wooog Lm. . the m oof? and he got the experience. . J. F. Bradley waa appointed cemetery eexton sad T. E. McMillan cemetery agent at a recent meeting ot the Kalghts of T .1. 1 Davis P. Lews, Frank Uvea and Frank Mauley were admitted to the bar Wednes dy morning. The caie of the state against Channel waa tried laat week before Judge Fletcher, and dismissed. - A good many of oar good housewives lost their pHota laat week ty leaving them oat in the froat. Conner Bros, are fixing up their store, patting la aa effloe and making other Im provement. Mr. M. Piatt of the Normal baa eon stated to act aa correspondent for Thb News for that insti...

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. — 4 November 1886

THE NEWS. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4. 1886. Wrom Uonda;' Daily. FEUSOKIAL. ' H. . Davis of Sslioa waa la the city yesterday. - Iter. J. F. Hendy held services yesterdsy in Cottonwood Fella. a. M ; Batchley of Madison wu In the city Haturday afternoon. - Mis Emma Lane returned to ber home at Burlington thia afternoon. II. E. 8adler returned thia morning from hia trip down the Howard branch. Ed. Lester went to Topeka Saturday night to apend Sunday with friend. O. L. Gilmore of Paola la In the city to day and la a guest of the Hotel Cool id Col. Felghan speak to-night hi Bart- ord. . He waa In Americua thia afternoon. H. Leonard of Paraona waa in the city orer Sunday, atopplng at the Hotel Cool Idge. J. W. Thatcher returned yesterday from Topeka where ha haa been visiting for several day. W. H. Duff of Eldorado is In the city to-day on business connected with loans and land. A. L. ttaldrom of Howard, apent Batui- day afternoon and Sunday morning with frienda in the city. Judge DeCamp went ou...

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. — 11 November 1886

MW u i 1- V I - ESTABLISHED IN' 1857. EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1886. VOX.. 29 -NO. 43 i j i r r f ! 1 I .:r. The second session of the Forty-ninth congress merls (oar week from Mood; last and eoda oo March 4 1337. Th son of ex President Arthur tod the two sons of the late President Garfield are studjlog at the Colombia law school thit year. It now looks ss if the next United 8iatessenaVe might be a tie, with Senator Rtddlcberger of Virginia and Van Wycfc or Nebraska holding the balance of power as Independents. Gem. Ed win 8. Osborne, elected con-gresemsn-at-lsrge la Pennsylvania, drew, as judge advocate, the charges and specifl aattooa against Wirz, the Andersonville prison keeper. Not to be outdone by the KolghU of Labor, the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers has inoreased Chief Arthur's alary lo $5,000 per year, the amount paid to Mr. Powderly. This la the way a demooratio exchange puts It: "If Thursday'! election teaches anything it is that the lea the democrati...

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. — 11 November 1886

THE NEWS. DY THE COMPANY. Entered at ths PostorBca at Emporia u . beounj- ciM Matter . BabUaaod Ktwt Tnirdy at Em porta JLyoa Coanty, EVuhm. IriM. I,SO a faar la Adaaee. A. B. HlffCOMD,. CH1J HARMS, Xdltor Kdttor HATES Or BCBSCBIPTIOH. DAILY : On yew ttiz mintbs... - Tbrea months , Oaa moaUi TIIKLT HWII On year, la adrance six mouths . Taree months . M (M ..too .. 1 so SO $1 00 15 Eateved at Uta PoatoflSee aa Kamporta aa Bcoaa-4Jla Matter. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER. II, 1. Pat your beta, boys and hop for belter luck next time. Ths only paper in the city with reliable election return! yesterday waa the Eves ino Ntwi. It i now In order tor the Leaven worth Times to crow oyer lu great victory In Ita borne county. Tna Kansas City Journal la happy and the Times Is not sad oyer the victory ol Major Warner. The third party better go out of business n Kansas If they cannot do better than on Tuesday last. Tns democrats now claim that Blaine Is responsible for tbe tangled state of po litical affairs...

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. — 11 November 1886

li,- j - V l: if: - 5 lit TUs plasterers ha completed their work od Jsy's opera boot. An enormous quantity of lamber is be ing tbtppJ west oyer I he Bui to Fe. Tu death rater bu ben quit low la this oity tod TictoltT durlof tn ps week or two. The Knights of Pythias orchestra wcot down to Biileitown to pJsy for a dance. Those who attended report having e jray time. Protract! meetings here began at the Lisesidtt school boose end will continue for two weeks. The Holderooas sale at Americus was quite well attended. Mr. Proyo, who act. 4 as auctioneer, informs as that the stock sold for good figures. Instead ot sixteen carloads of stock .passing through Tuesdsy on the Santa Fe there was oyer one hundred and forty. Whfffft ti4 wifcrlr An (!iimmnlll afrMht from Scrrntb to Tenth a venae u com pltrd li will be one of the haodsomest drives in the cliy. Ibe work is being done thoroughly and whm completed will I mi for many years without need of re-1 pairs. . ' Mr. D. C. Orionell wet again elec...

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. — 11 November 1886

THE NEWS. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 11,1888. From If ondsy's Dally. PERSONAL. From Tuesday's Pally. PKBSOHAL. v Joha Bay vent op to Kansas Cny to day on a business trip. D. Pyatt of Topeka registered at tbe Ho tel Coahdge laat sight. J. K. Tyler la la Cimarron, looking af ter hia lumber totereat there. Mr. and lira. Ed Fuller left for a abort trip to the eaat thla morning. H. V. Bondrem went to Kaasas CHv thia morning on a bnaineaa trip. J. B. Clark ot Wlnfleld was doing bmi oess on oar streets thia morning. B. H. Kerr of Reading was in the city yesterday alteinoon on bnaineaa. T. H. Plumy cf Lawrence registered aat evening at the Hotel Coclidge. O. W. Newman went down to Wichita yesterday atternoon to visit relatives. W. W. Bcott and wife of Wlnfleld, Kan aas, are tisIius: with friends In the city. Mr. and Mrs. Chan. DeMallory of Mad loon pasaed through the city today for the east. Captain Morrison and daughter ot Flor ence were In the city yesterday for a ahort tune. Major Hood left yest...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 18 November 1886

11 Pt i l . ; i : : '. ' - VV- My ax ESTABLISHED IN 1857. EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1886. VOIj. 29 NO. '44 4 " 1 , X V n. i T , t 1 3 I . J . - !' Thb National Batter, Egg ud Cheese auoclstlon bu declared that human In . genulty U Incapable of matineon old egg fresh. . A Milwaukee woman bid thirteen nve-Jollsr gold pieces la the "agar box. onl In the harry end worry of eannlog f alt forgot about them. She afterward found them all In the preserves. BriAKiaa ot the renomiaaUon of Cleve- land la 1888, the New York Sun indulge In the sarcastic remark, that "the demo crat i will attend to the oomloattoo, and tie mugwump will be expected to look alter the eltction." AmmkkuI the B-inaparte family is traveling in this country. He is the son of that Bonaparte known as 'Plon Plon," oad his lawful wife, the Princess Clothllde. daughter of Victor Emanuel, and his fall same is Louis Joseph Jerome Bona parte. A cjkhmpohdkst of the New York .Christian Advocate says that Catherine Roo...

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. — 18 November 1886

THE NEWS. JJY THE -NEWS COMPANY. Entered at the Poatofflce at Emporia as ; Sacoad Claas Matter. rablished Kvery ThBraday at Km porta xVyoa Cataty. Kaaaas. Prloa. 1 1 .AO a gear la Advaaee. . A. B. SKWOOMB. ...... atdlta CH AS BABhIS, lamm Edlter and Maaatw. BATES OS- BCBsCRIFTIOM. DAILY : Oae yaar - Mix nwaths r Tbree month. Uh xnoa ill tiiur mil One year, ta adranoe iz Bsoataa.... ............... Three rauatha.. ..tSOO .. 00 ,.1H to .9 1 M SO ta THURSDAY, NOVEMBER. 18, 16. Kansas Increased 000 last year. in population 250. Mbs. HuiNia Walkdp Is said to be in Atchison on a visit. Bulsaria has elected a new king. Pilaoe Waldemsr of Denmark is the man. Us is not to be envied. For lack ot an appropriation, the Bar- tholdl statue .will have to remain without a light, for awhile at least. Speaker Carlisle denUa the report that he hts gone back on old Kentucky aad intends to settle at Wichita. J err think of lu Six republican con gressmen In Virginia. And it was said that Mahoae was polit...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 18 November 1886

From Thursday'! Daily. BelllncDelam jr. St. Andrew' chorea waa crowded to ita almost capacity last evening by the dwj frtenda of HiM Jenote Do Dulaay, rv poo ire to Invitation to wltneee the nup tial ceretnooiea which made her and Air. H. J. Rellinjt husband and wife. The edi. fie was beautifully decoraUd for the cer emony, and, with every burner and chan delier lit up and throwing a powerful re. flectloi ever the altar nod decoration, presented a fine appearance. At a few miontee alter 8 o'clock the bridal party advanced up the central alale, to the loplring notes of the wedding march executed on the organ by Prof , Moas, in the following order, preceded by tbe ushers. Meter. Frank Blair and J. W . Murpby: Mr. 8. F. Murphy and Miaa Reiliog, ali tor of the groom. Mr. VV. S. Alexander of Chics jp and Mias Ida Moore. Mr. T. C Delany and Mm. Delaoy. brother and mother of the bride. Then foilowtd tbe bride. Tbe we-idiog party aa thy approached the altar separated to tbe right and left 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. — 18 November 1886

From Uoaday't Dally. From Tuesday's Daily, FEBMXAL. From Wednesday's Billy. FEBMHAL. M)or Ilood, weot west thla evening. A. W. Marks of Council Giovs is in the ci'y on business. Alias E. E. Lain of Burlington is visiting friends in the city. G. B. Carson of Cottonwood Falls spent Sunday In tne city. J. W. Dwills of Florence la in the city to-day look In r np business. J. W. Canfleld of Topeka waa la the city on boslnees on Bsturdsy alternoon, W. D. Tlllortson of Enreka was in the city yesterday. a gueat of the Hotel Cool idge. Mrs. Jennings ol Anthony is visiting her friend, Mrs. Chss. Richards, of this city. O. E. Miller leaves this week for Den. ver, which place he will make his (utnre home. J. Q. Morse, one of .Newton's substan tial basmeas men, is looking over our city to-day. Miss Annie Leonard of Peabody is vis iting for a short time with the family of Cliff Burge. Will Scvery, and Wire, returned home to-day from their trip t Topeks, and Kansas City. Col. Allen Buckner.of the ...

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. — 25 November 1886

4 :,::: t i M J ? I i ESTABLISHED IN 1857. EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 25. 1886. VOt.. 29 -NO. 43 .J 3 ( v' (i j v- y. ii . ; i !: j- K r V'-II- i tcr boh bM a skeilog rink running at foUblMt. Ex-Qovbbb-at JiU a. Pmblts cf M a art a led Sa'arday night at tit. LoaU TMkT who BUT WltU the pistol ahou'd bihan,4 with lb rope.--1 Misquota tion. MaaBBBBHBjaaaBBSHBl Twn Missouri faoinc tan Into Omaha otar 1U own track bunday, for the flrai tio. SaocLD a lynching take Dime io Em porta It would b about na near being Jus tillable aa tvr mob-la r io any formcoulo ba. Patikhcs oeeree Io be a virtue wUeo peeoeeble, law-abiding citizens are called to th-'I r doors and delibcraulr assaialna ted. SaLoom men ia bioox City are begin aing to obey, the llqaor law, and 1. b thought opi n soloons there will aooo be Tea Mormon church haa nearly eleven hundred mL-isK.oarice scattered about is the aoatb, aod a large Lumber of o .inverts arc reported. BtmixaroaD B. Uatb la now tee onlj living ex-rresl...

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. — 25 November 1886

the news; BY THE NEWS COMPANY. Entered a the Postoffloa at Emporia u Second-Cl Matter. Published Every Thursday Lyon County, Kami at Emporia ' Price, a gear la Aatum. A. Is. HEW COMB, ..Kdltov CHAfl. HABB13, Associate Editor taaacer. RATES OF eUBACKIPTIUM. One year .. , Six months Three month. One month tmiT mwi i One year. In advance six month! Three month 00 .. S 00 .,1H to .1 00 0 u THURSDAY, NOVEMBER. 25, leSfl. A second natural gas struck at Paola. well haa been The North Carolina a tie on Joint ballot. legislator will be The Rock Island is building more than a mile of new railroad every day. The train from the east was evening in arriving with plate of the day previous. late last telegrams The Mews was in great demand last evening. One boy sold twenty-five copies in about ten minutes. The Gaeda Springs Crank has suspen. ded. It stopped for the same reason that other cranks do no circulation. The Kansas City cable road still runs its summer cars. It must be cool comiort to ride...

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. — 25 November 1886

Froaa Thursday's Daily. FEBtORlL. borne, 60 Markat alraab R.J. Sdwarda raturaed thla moralof Iron Lb Tiatt to tha ranch. II. D. M arrilday of Atchison tu In tha City oo boslacaa this moralof . H. 8. Harmataoa of Topek registend U a fuat of the Houl Coolldge. B. N. Tlckery returMd yesterday from hla trip to tha southera part or tha state. Ptof. Ebvawall of Washburn college Toks u the gnsal of Prof. Kelly of this city. B. P. Jooes of Council Grova waa doing bosloeaa oo ou' atreeta jaatarday after. &O0O. X. D. Orayaam of M anhattaa spent laat Bight in the city, the guest of the Hotel Coolldge. "The Long Burins combination arrived on No. 5 from the east at S o'clock this af ternoon. Mrs. Henry Roberta of Washington territory is Ti.Uieg in the city, a guest ol the family of Mrs. A. sV. Wells. Geo. C. Tolcraan, western passenger agent otlhaLB.AW.R.R.U viaiUn tn the city, the nonet of Col. Flory. Mrs. J. O. Reydon and Misa Carry Uammood of Council Grova are in the city visiting at the ...

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 November 1886

frooa MoaiUyi Daily. PEBtOHAI. Judge Culver ipeot Sunday in Council Urote. . T. D. Collier went to Kansas Clly Satur day nignt on business. H. B. Harder. representing a wholesale house ol Chicago, spent Sunday visiting Witn rrMtnrta in IKI Hrt. 8. C. Wheeling Ufa Saturday for San Antonio, Tex a, to join her husband who hat received a position aa station agent on the Missouri Pacific. Mrs. J. W. Reynolds is quit sick at the horce of her father-in-law, Mr. Reynolds or Burlington. Considerable anxiety is leit on her account John Sebastian, the srentlemanl naa. senger agent or the Rock Island railroad company, is In the city, the gnest of his es- leemea Drotner-ln-lsw, K. . Torrlnrton Mr. A. T. Sharpe. editor and proprietor 01 tne Ottawa Republican, and Dr. Thorn berry ot the same city, were in town for a xew noars on Saturday. W. H. Lloyd writes his friends from new i or city mat he is la good health and will commence attending college af- ter new Years. He wants to be remem bered to e...

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. — 2 December 1886

' jSf y. ; - . .- ; ffNfv hi H : ' ' A EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2, rk 11 ' - - . . . 7 W. V. Phillips wm elected a member ouuncu yesterday. The rub aiooa: 1'billips gg, Botton 3o. rac rati name of Mtu winnt. n.i. who is being advertised m tb "daughter of Iho cojfadrrar i v..... Tkokse bM Died petition to contest t 'wrliele'e right to ait lo cgres lor the oixtn Kentucky congressional district. . . .. : : : . v ik oaaer ui tn deiaonme-nt of the Velrailoa amj t Tope k a, ws Coed g 30 on Sstnrday Uaf. Ha appealed tbe case to sue district court. Nsaslt ail Ulo democratic congressional caoaiaaiee wbo were defeated are making " -ereiena We scapegoat, The de- spiseais Ciril aerrlce policy. Turn Oblate ratters, aa order of the Ho. -man Catholic church at Montreal, Canada, bare ennouoced that no Knlant of Labor ill be allowed to partake of the sacra ment by them. A. Philadelphia woman u reported to have aent thla note to an oU broker: -fleaee bay ma 10.000 barrel of oil at B cents ...

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. — 2 December 1886

THE NEWS BY THE NEWS COMPANY. Eatered at lbs Puasofllee a Km porta a Beoond- Class Matter. tBblUhl Bvery Taa radar at Eaa porta I Lrra Caaatj, Kaatat.' Prlee, I.ftO a Tear 1b Ad vane. A. B. II tWCOHR,. CHAI. BABB1I, . ...... editor Editor aad AmocUU ar. RilM OF SUBSCRIPTION. DAILV Mil I Oae year Bia muitki T Three months Om monUk , iuit aiwat On year. In advance aim month . Thraa moaths ..as or. ..aw .. 1 to w I I 06 w IS THURSDAY. DECEMBER. 2. 1S38. Copies of The Weeslt Niws, with s fall account of tbe assassination ot Mr Collier, may now beliad at this office. The people ol Sooth Carolina are leav ing that shaky state and set king bomai where the earthquake not a constant Tlaltor. Papers that receive their telegrams by freight trains trom the east, in the ah ape ot stereotype plate, are not In much de mand by the newsboy, who aay the peo ple will not bay them. A mono the moat interesting- discoveries recently made st Pompel Is that the Ro mans used metallic pens. These pens are of...

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. — 2 December 1886

Wmm rriiMy'i Dally. THANKSGIVING DAT. 7 '" Thanksgiving day dtwoed ever this par smm la nndlmftied glorr. The t- mopra, though mild, had crop, brac ing tffdcioaooa that conaiderabl Id craaaed tb appattte for tuikty u the bum boar draw near. la response to the prta- ia.-ni'a nd. governor's procUmatioa business house, a a gtriaaral ml, "war cl -aed, aad tba streets assumed a Baodsj lik appearance. TBB CHUBCHKS. ' Al tba Pirat M. X. church especial aer v cm were held, a programme hsviog bera prrpared aad lha charch beautifully dee orated by the ladiea. Among tba moai noticeable deeoratior a waa a dbplay ot cereal, frails and other, prod net a of the eanb, tea tel oily arranged aroaad tbe ros trum. RtT. Bandanas preached aa elo quent eermoo,' ennameratlog tbe many causes fur thankfulness which the con Kregatloa had, among them waa the rais ing ol tba debt off the church. Ooeot the mnet Intena lag feature s of this aer 1 waa the buraiog of tbe cancelled mortgage ( bich waa paid off laat ...

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. — 2 December 1886

The Graphic Art society bad pleasant meeting Monday sight at tie bom o Judge L. B-Ks'-Iocx.' It U rumored t&at tne Jamil JoT Hon. Wa Marttodftleof Madison will shortly more to Emporia, ' '' s;v. f i ' - . The tourtu warden data tbat Uey sre able to roi their own aSalrfaad dont want any foreign Intervention. v-'"" i . . , . Engines on the Missouri Pacific vera draped in black on the day of the funeral of Vloe rreeldeot Hoxle. A number of young people went oat to the home pt P. B. Mexoa Monday even tog and spent a lew pleasant hoars. 2 MUs Maud Cunningbsm entertained a few frieada at berhome on Twelfth ave nue on Bsturdsy evening. Couoty Clerk Lakln and Commissioner FUcklnge made a totir of laspacUoa .to tit Mia mi ti. f atciday. They report cverythlnr as la -A 1" shape. A postofflce has been established at Ad mire, In. the northern pan of the county This town ie reported In a flourishing con dition. .. . - Our little bird was around again to-day ana uis une u says we youag men on...

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. — 9 December 1886

ESTABLISHED IK 1857. EMPOBIA, KANSAS, TIITJBSPAY. DECEMBER 9 1886. VOL. 29 -NO. 47 i n HI ifi" 1 'A I i'.. r - THE MESSAGE. Uur Kelatlong With Foralrn rowers Continue Frlentlj. Regret Expressed at tbe Treat ment oi Inoffensive Chintmen. Tlie Suspension ofSilrer Coinage unee Jiare Uecommended. Auotber Appeal for tbe Abolish ment of the Import Tax. The Subject of Coast Defenses Treated at Some Length. Ta tU Congrtt of Uu United StaUn lu tbe discharge of a constitutional duty and following a well estsbl ahed pre cedent la the executive office, I herewith traaeuiit to tne on ere al its reassembling certain Inlorinstlon concerning tbe state oi th Union, together wiui each recommeo dailoue for legislative consideration m ap pear neceesary end eipedieut. Oar gov. eminent ha consistently maintained lu relation of friendship toward ell other power end of neighborly latereet towards those whose posseesioae ere eootiguou to oar owe. Kew questions have arisen dur. Jog tbe past year with other g...

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. — 9 December 1886

THE NEWS BY THE NEWS COMPANY. Kntered a the Pi toffies at Emporia at Second-CI a Matter. lablUhed Every Thursday at Emporia Lyon County, K Frlee, BI.AO a Sear In Advaaoe. A. B. NEWCOUB, Kdltor CHA9. UAKKIS, Associate Xdltor on Manacar. THURSDAY, DECEMBER. 9. 1S6. Council, Obotk it talking about water works and various' other lmf lovements. Br the birth of a son to Princess Beat rice the other day, Qaeen Tictoria became a graadmolher for the thirtieth time. It i and that Hew York aldermaa now believe "honesty is the beat policy." al though the lesson has been a pretty severe one to some ot them. Two men of Philadelphia wet a load oi tlste ao that it lookta like coal and then sold It to an unsuspecting citizen, who thought he was, lucky in buying it for $4 60. The Bulgarians are atili bunting for king to rale their country. They bow de clare that, the powera must agree to give them Prince Waldemar of Denmark, or let Alexander return. X- 1, . . j j Ir the the Campbells and the Dilkea a...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
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