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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 17 February 1887

GASHED BY A KMIFE. Mutilated Body of Perry Dunham Found by Hunters. His Wile and Little Girl Lay Close Together Hcrribly Butchered. Three Patties Burned in a House Whose Doors Were Bol-ed. A Bomb Intended for Paiti Explodes in the Hands of & Crack. Dimag i by Floods Rtporltd in Northeast. the Brutally trt re I. Ft. Wayne, Ind., Feb. W. Ten miles northeast of Warsaw just west of here a party of hunters jestenlay found the mutilated remains of Perry Dunham near his residence. In his house they discovered a little two-year-old frirl with her throat cut ami Mis. Dunham near by was alive but so bad ly cut as to be insensible. The hogs had eaten Dunham's face ana horribly mutilated him. Mrs. Dunham has eight wounds, all made with a knife. Tim child's throat was cut from ear to ear. and it lay on the floor some six feet from its mother. The theory of the murder is that it was done for robbery, as a few days ai?o Dunham sold two hundred bushels of wheat for $l-jo and some calves for $10...

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. — 17 February 1887

. In the language of Tiny Tim, "God bless ua all," viz: Port Scott, Fort Smith and Emporia. Weooomwitha touching similarity. Ft. Scott Tri bune. It is said that Governor Martin will let the woman's suffrage bill become a Jaw by default in not returning it to the legislature within the time speci fied by law. , I'owdeuly has Bent an order to the K. of L. assembly at Chicago directing that no general boycott be declared without the sanction of the general executive board at Philadelphia. .The real estate business is just about as lively in Emporia as it ever has been although ma ny complain of the big prices asked for dirt. But lots are al ways dear in a booming town, is the reply. The declaration of the senate that it does not officially know whether Re corder Matthews is white or black is constructed by the New York Ilerald as an admission that the senators are color blind. Kansas has 1,75 postolilces, over 1,600,000 Inhabitants, 6,0(50 miles of completed railway, 13,475,495 aeres o...

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. — 24 February 1887

" - ' ' " " v :' - ' " ' i ' : ESTABLISHED IN 1857. EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, FEBBIJAEY 24 1887. VOL. 30--NO. 7. 1 1 w if t. n , V I V 1 - f: 1 ' V AVOWED AHABCHM8. The Real Bomb Throwers at the Hay market Massacre Believed to Hive Been Discovered in the Anderlee Brothers, Ore of Whom li Now in Jail at Dres. s den, Saxony. Striking ResemVanca Between the Accused and Spies and Schwab. Affidavits ti Show that the Boys Kaew Who Threw i he Fatal Blitsile. Chicago, Feb. 22. The Timet Bays that a local lawyer lias accidently di s covered evidence of Interest in con nection with the anarchist tritl. The facts, a-i tliey liave been developed, are substantiated by allidavits of citi zens of Pullman and Kensington. On the trial of the seven condemned an archists, Witnesses Thompson and Gilmer swore tliey saw two men, sup posed to be Spies and Schwab, in an alley prior to and simultaneous with the explosion; but the affidavits ob tained would go to show that the men who were in the alley were...

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. — 24 February 1887

; j. i It 11 It I THE KEWS. by tue;kews company. Entered a t tim PooiiJco at E m per la u Bocuod Uiut Matter. Pnbllahed Krory Ihartdar at Emporia Lyon Coonty, Kaaut. Price, $1.00 a faar la Adfaae. A. H. MfeWCOMU, Editor CHS HAKKli, AMuelsta Bdltor aad Huiftr, TUUTlSDAY. FEBRUAHY24. lfS7. It is now predicted that Susan li, Anthony will Ami the next governor of Kansas. The Texas legislature has just cre ated ten new count k-H and named one of them Jeff Davis. . .. . . .1 -Ax-exchange Hays ilrs. Cleveland never forgets a face, and her husband never remembers one. The municipal suffrage bill has be . come a law of Kanaas. Who will be the first lady to register in Emporia? So far as heard from, .Lawrence ia ahead. The first woman to register at that place was Mrs. Annie L. Diggs. . ' Coxokkssman OateS of Alabama, ways of the veto of the dependent pen ion bill: "It makes the south solid again for a certainty." It is reported in Chicago that Gen eral Master. Workman I'owderly has "" forbid...

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. — 24 February 1887

a. V&V V.eu w MOTU The Emporia News has been awarded . the county advertising on a bid of one- third of legal rates as against the bid -of the Republican which was to have the advertising done in the Emporia Weekly IteDublican and in the Em poria Weekly iNews and in the 'Emporia Weekly Democrat and in the Emporia Daily icepuKiican ana in tne r.mporia Daily News at legal rates for one paper. While we are not disposed to find fault with a majority of the commissioners, yet, if the value of- the advertising la to be measured by tne circulation given it, and no one will deny that this is the true measure of the value then it muwt be conceded that the Republican bid was the best and lowest bid and the one, above all others, that would have given the most general satisfaction to the people of this county. There can be no mistake in this iew of the case, Hat we shall not complain, as a majority of the board, being unable to award the contract to'local papers in their respec tive distri...

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. — 24 February 1887

It now looks as though the depend f nt pension bill would lx? passed over Uie president's veto. Duuixo lso Kansas built about one-fifth the total amount of railway mileage constructed in the world. r . i Mavou Xeely of Leavenworth lius issued a proclamation ordering the closing of all saloons in that city. II L i -T Tim V. S. senate lias passed bills appropriating Wl.OHO.uoo for big guns and coast defence. That is a begin ning. J-t them had and lire again. One of the mottoes which greeted the . legislative party on their junketing trip to Wichita was: "4'ou are on a bum and we are on a boom.'" This was at Florence. l-JL -1 J The legislature of West Virginia has passed a resolution submitting to the Ieople a prohibitory Ihjuor amend ment to the constitution of that state. to le voted on in lSfis. Texas democratic papers, now de nounce Cleveland as a pig-headed bigot because he vetoed I.anliam'.s bill, ap propriating $10,000 to buy seeds for the drouth sufferers in that state. Wiikx t...

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. — 3 March 1887

if I - t ESTABLISHED IN 1857. EMPORIA, KANSAS, THUKSDAY; MARCH 3 1S87. VOL.. 30-NO. 9. V 1 ' J; t I V r FUIilOUS FLAMES. Att Imm'me Cotton Bi zy cn North River, New York. TLa Steam ir L juh btar Iiednctd to Rams by the Flames. A Lumber Cocfligration tt Hannibal CiUe 1 1 y T..a:pi Mrs. Druse of New York Dies on the GalJowi a 12 O'clock. CI izsai f.f Wwdom Snowed in end Id Darker tl Fnsiz.iig. I m t'. : "on. "Sew York, Feb. 2M. At 6:25 this morning a tire hroke out on pier 37, N-rth livf-r, ownd ty the Morgan; L ne Steainidiip company and used as a diiM-hai-giug pier f ir freight. The to tal l;s is :s.o,txx to $4ix,(M)u. The fue originated on Umxil the lighter "IjOixmi:i," w liit-li was moored at the extreme end of the lock. By the time tlie tiromeii arrived the pier was ablaze. On tlie riuitli si.le f the pier, was the. steamer lxne .star, Which collided with the steamer Wells City a tew weeks ago, and on the south Hide was the (steamer City of New York. Between itoningtoii pier on t...

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. — 3 March 1887

THE NEWS. BY T1IE NEW8 COMPANY. Entered at the Pustofflce at Sm porta m Second class Matter. Fnbllshed Zrery Tttaraday at Emporia Lyon Ooaatjr, Kansas Frlea, 9L.AO ""as la Ad vamo. A,H.KWCOHU, Editor OB AS. HABKU, Associate Kdltor and Huut'. THURSDAY, MARCH 3, 1887. "Wonder what the Topeka Capital thinks about Iniralls now? Auovt one more twist to the Lion's tall and John J. In galls would be pres ident. ' TnEJs'ew York Tribune now esti mates the gold value of the silrer dol lar at 77.67 cents. A prohibition paper speaks of St. John as "the Martyr," Too thin. Every knows what's the martyr with St. John. General Logan will be interred in Chicago on Decoration Day in all the pomp of military burial. The volun teer soldiers of the country can never pay him too much honor, he is their highest type. TnJE republicans do not appear to be losing much ground in Philadelphia. Majorities ranging from 28,000 to 38, 000 appear to indicate considerable vigor in the G. O. P. Now that the pension b...

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. — 3 March 1887

KANSAS AHEAD. J. J. IagalU Nominate i for Presides of tfce Senate. Liiutenant Goyernor Robinson . m&nds Hit Seat And 1 E.corted Oat of the Sena'e Chamber by the Doorkeaper. Seiuor McDonald Struck in the Fate for Supposed Iiterferesee. Spaikur of House Refuses to Rteog. n'ze tie Ce&ate as Org anned. Ii alls fur r-a.iri-.ntnf th. WAsnixoTox, Feb. 24 The senate caucus of republicans has nominated J J. Ingalls of Kansas, to be president of the senate. Twenty-eight votes were cas(. Ingullagot 18, Hoar 8, Edmunds and Frye one each. Th llni wru fir Marr'B. Washington, Feb. 24. Democrats of the senate,-without holding a for mal caucus, have determined to sup port senator uarm ior me presidency of the benate. ' lNDiAXAPOLis,Feb.23. When Green (Smith raptied the senate to order this morning Col. Itolertson, who had been admitted to the lloor, started toward the chair, lie was met on the steps by an assistant door-keeper, who told him he could not come up. The colo nel replied that he ...

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. — 3 March 1887

'nw ft th luilifs if F.mrniria lienn lev register. The trade dollar is now -worth its faoe value. It Is said tliat tueeu Victoria owus property in the District of Columbia. TriK Murray lill now seeuis to be the law. It will probably be a gol tiling for some towns. " Tim proposition to elect United States senators by popular vote of the leople will probably not meet with much favor with the senators. Thubk is no natural gas at St.Louis. So Bays Charles A. Ashburner.a Pitts burg geologist, who was hired to make an examination in the premises. Tnu police commissioner bill will probably be taken advantage of in Leavenworth, as it was passed at the solicitation of citizens of that place. TriE News will not publish the age or occupation of the lady citizens who may register. We state thLs for the benefit of some of our timid female friends. Tub Louisville Courier-Journal t ails Cleveland "the executive hippopota mus," but in the same sentence says it will support him if he is nominated by...

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. — 10 March 1887

3 - f': 4 f rji m ESTABLISHED IN 1857. EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY. MARCH 10 188 Ml VOL. 30.-NO 10. I UJLM? If y i! THB COnniSSlONER COIf ST. Jams (raves Decide the Ci la Favor fW.P.Vonld. Jacob Jacobs, Jr., Contestor, i V8 Y. P. Gould, Contestee S At the November election, 1380, the contester and contestee were opposing candidates for the office of County Com missioner. The contestee received a a certificate of election from the Board of Canvassers. The contestor contested said election before a court organized U r tha t purpose under Art. 6, Chapter 30, General Statutes. That court de cided that the contestee was elected, but was ineligible to ofllce. and for that reason the election was set aside, both parties excepted, and bring the case to this court for review upon petition, and cross-petition in error. The record shows that the contestee re ceived Wii votes, that the contestor received 582. There were 84 other votes cast at said election which the contestor claims ought to have...

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. — 10 March 1887

u THE NEWS. BY TUB NEWS COMPANY. Enteral at the Postofflee at Smporla as Second- lis Mailer. Published Brery Thursday t Em port 1.70a Coenty. BATES OP CBSCaiPTIOPf. DAILY KIWI: One year .to 00 Mx mouth 00 Threw month .. 1 60 due mouth SO WEEKLY HEW: 1 mo roar, in advance II 00 Ms month DO Three mouth 96 Prise, (I. SO a, Tear la Advance. A t M tWillllU,. CH1 HAUHIn, editor Zdlter aad Associate THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1887. Cleveland's favorite tune,"There'B u New Coon In Town To-day." Hon. Web. Wilder has been ap lointel insurance commissioner. The latest pun is that Miss Nina Van Zandt has a felon on her hands. Benedict has been confirmed by the .states senate as public printer, by a vote of 37 to 19. TnKapers required to be signed by npplicants under the Mexican pension act are almost equal to a quire of pa pur. mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmwmmmmm Texas colored men stigmatise sneak republicans as "mugworms." They havn't got the word, but they have the idea exactly. Wyandotte was the iirst city in Ka...

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. — 10 March 1887

EMPORIA, KANSAS. It Freseut and Future Railroad and Manufacturing Interests. Its Important Location at the Converging Point of All the Liner Of the Great Santa Fe System In the West and South. l'eople visiting Kinporia generally ex press their high admiration for its al most unsurpassed beauty of location and all admit that it is not alone in lo cation that it excels. The city aside from iU natural loveliness has many artificial attractions that are equally as useful as they are ornamental. If I combined the genius of a poet and a Cincinnati to chant and speak its praise of today, I would still lack the power of prophetic foresight to predict its future growth and great ness. AVith the railroad and manufact uring interests that are already here coupled with those that are to be built up in the immediate future, there can certainly be no lack of confidence in the rapid advancement of both city and country property. Emporia really has no considerable rival within sixty miles of her, 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. — 10 March 1887

. Ottawa is booming that is she is trying to get a street railway.' Kansas City lias been downed. -Indianapolis gets the league franchise for $12,000. St. John' should remove to Texas. They have named a county in that state after Jeff Davis. i Tile: Michigan house has passed the bill to pay a loiuity of 1 cent a head for the destruction of English sparrows. Within a year, three new railway lines will be added- to those now cen tering in Kmporia, and possibly mote. Accohmxo to the Austrian consul at Yokoliama, the earthquakes of Ja pan destroy a city every seven years on the average. The beer-sellers in Xew York have gone on a strike against the beer-mak ers. Xow if the drinkers should strike against the sellers? xk you nave property to sell now is the time ts advertise it in your city pa pers. Let the buyers know what you have and where to find you. A Washington correspondent says the many young women in society there are learning to swear, and tells of a caller who sent in his card...

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. — 17 March 1887

stale mtorteal Society h1 fr I 4 ESTABLISHED IN 1857. EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 17 1887. VOL. 30.--NO 11. if I !' . V I: 7 v V f t V 1 1 1 I: A HORRIBLE DEATH. A Bridge Under a Boston dence Train Gives W & Provi Eight Cars Piled Up in a Crushed Out of Shape. Heap Fifty 'eople Killed and as M.ny More Seriously Wounded. A List of the Identified Unfortunate Victims. DooTON, March 11. An accident this .morning occurred on the Dedham branch of the 1 lost on & Providence Railroad between Forestville and Ros lindale, at what i known an the Bu.ssey . Park Bridge, at 7 o'clock. The train from Dedharu, consisting of several cars, and baggage car, under charge of Conductor Tilden, broke through the bridge. The engine and three cars went over Bafely, but the live others fell through the bridge to the road be neath, a distance of thirty feet. The last car, which was the smoker, turned completely over and struck on top of the others, all being crushed out of shape. The' cause of th...

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. — 17 March 1887

THE NEWS. UY TUB NEWS COMPANY. Entered at the Posaoffloe a Cmporia aa Second- ciMi Matter . rabliahed Krery Thursday at aaporla Lyoa Co oat. Frloe. ILOO a Tsar la Adnaw. Jk.: BUKWOOHil, Kdltov CH11 BABKI9, Aasvelate Kdltar a ad Muifar. THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1887. Chestnuts: Plate telegraph papers. Ccrmfo is now editing a country newspaper in Missouri. At least, that is what one of our exchanges says. It looks as if it was Newfoundland (rather than the United States) that would declare war on Great Britain. Let the boomers be encouraged. John Jacob As tor bought land in Xew York city for tl, 000 an acre, which is now worth $250,000. We are in receipt of the fifth bien nial report of the state board of agri culture of Kansas. It is an unusually valuable document, and is a credit, typographically and otherwise, to the board. The Atchison Champion contains the following insinuation: "The wo men quite generally voted at the pri maries at Topeka Saturday. Metaker was the winning man. He n 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. — 17 March 1887

CANUCK CRUISERS. The Eoyal Navy to Keep Canadian Waters Free from Iavanon. Coronado and Leoti Throw Up Fortl. fleatlons and Prepare for War. The Chleago Anarchists' Case to Be Argued Next Thursday. Funeral Ceremonies Over the Rev. H. W.Beeaher. Late rnttoMrt arvtoa. Ottawa, Ont., March lO.-Cap. Scott Royal a vy, commodore of the Cana dian fleet of fishing cruisers, arrived here to confer with the minister of ma rine and fisheries regarding the protec tive wrvice i or una coming season, tie says that if necessary the fleet will be increased. I2ach vessel will be equipped to meet any emergency. It has been stated that American fishing vessels would come into Canadian waters armed to resist seizure. While he dis credited the statement, the cruisers would be prepared for all eventualities. longed f.r Marti. Plymouth, Mass., March 10. Sam uel F. ik-sne was banged here -this morning at 8:38, and was cut down at 9:03. On Wednesday morning, Decem ber 2 1, 188.3, Itesse murdered liichard N. ...

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. — 17 March 1887

Tim muster-roll of the Grand Aimy of the republic shows 800,000 names. Emporia Odd Fellowship is having a splendid revival Just now. The boom has struck it hard. Tnm citizen soldiery of Missouri are rapidly disbanding. It will not be long until the state lies helpless at the mercy of mobs. El-eweue we publish in full the bill passed by the late state legislature in relation to district courts, which will be of especial interest to our law yers. Thk Leavenworth Times claims that the anti-pohibitionists are inducing their women to register in order to de feat the prohibition movement in that city. A contribution of $6 to the Charles ton earthquake fund by a son of old John Brown is acknowledby the mayor of the city in a cordial and grateful half -column letter. . We started in with the idea of pub lishing the names of the ladies who registered, but, as our space is too val uable to make a city directory of our columns, we were forced to forbear. Now that Beecher, who practically creat...

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. — 24 March 1887

Stale Historic! Society A'- i: ESTABLISHED IN 1857. EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY. MARCH 24 1887. VOL.30.-NO 12. I r , ' y r - i i ' " '? t II. s U if fl FIRE FIEND. Eighty Buildings at the Chautauqua Association Ground Near Jamnsl own, Kew York, Licked Up by Fire. Archbishop Lytih P eaJs Ireland's Cause With Churchill. Prohibition Republicans Nominate a Tickit at Uusstll. Dirt Will Soon Fly on th Missouri rl.ptriu ltfl ij;rull . Buffalo, March 21. A special from Jamestown says: A lire at the Chau tauqua assembly ground destroyed eighty buildings, several of which were largo boarding houses. The total loss will probably exceed 8100,000. About sixty families remain on the grounds during the winter season. Citizens from Mayville and surrounding towns arrived on tho scene and greatly aided the residents. The tire swept every thing before it, taking both Bides of Simpson and Suiumerlield avenues, from the auditorium to the Hotel Atheneuru. It was with great difficulty that the hotel was sav...

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. — 24 March 1887

THE NEWS. BY THE NEWS COMPANY. Enteral at tha Postoffloa at BmpprI M Beeond-Class Matter. PabUshad Kvsry Tnuradajr s En porta 1.70a County, KwH. Prloa. $I.oO a rar la AdTBBM. A.M. MKWOOMB, lull tor CBlt. HABBIS, Aaavclata Editor sad THURSDAY, MARCH 24, 1887. m Cars on the New York Central rail road are to be lighted with electricity. The experiment has been tried and is a success. Usdeb the local option law of Mas sachusetts a majority of the leading towns of the state have voted against license in any form. Over five hundred ladies have al ready registered in Emporia, and still the boom goes on. "What city in the state can beat this? The Arkansas Gazette opposes the association of Newfoundland, for the reason that "we have too much cold weather in this country now." Oxs of the most ludicrous ideas yet promulgated is that of a St. Louis pa per, which talks about an expected real estate boom at that place. ... The president pocketed the bill to prevent the employment of convict and a...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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