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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 24 March 1887

KING OF CR00K8. W. E Lawton Dlflappnrf from Bai. ' loess Circlet, HI Liabilities Estimated at Nearly a Million Dollars. Notes Held ia Trust Discounted for His Personal Use. A Conductor Shot by His Friend by . Acoiflsnt A Couple of Amsrioaas Seared Oat of Mx;oo by BerolTers. A M lllam ! Nxw York, March 17. Sheriff Grant has seized the place of business of Wal ter . Lawton, 81 Broadway, who did business under the firm name Lawton Bros, as fertilizers, under attachment on creditors' claims amounting to 1245,000. It is charged that Lawton has absconded to defraud bis creditors and and that he has disposed of his proper ty and taken a large amount of money with him. Lawton was a director in the Delta Ozotine company and was entrusted with $100,000 in notes to dis count for the company. On March 16 Lawton is said to nave absconded with the proceed of the discounted notes. The disappearance of Lawton has cre ated a groat deal of apprehension and it is generally believed he is bankrupt. 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. — 24 March 1887

Cleveland grows fat on veto mes sages. Dr. Sower insinuates that he works his head until it is liable to burst. . The WinfleldM.E. conference passed a resolution condemning preachers who engaged as real estate agents while act ing as pastors. Ah soon as it is settled that Lyon county is to have three more independ ent roads, just that soon will farm property be worth double what it is to-day. They have woman suffrage in Rhode Island. The state does not cover much territory, but the ladies all say that some of the best goods come in small packages. The article headed "The Right of Foreign-born Women to Vote," which appeared in our Friday's issue, should have been credited to the Ovage City Free PreB. Ditbing the two years he has been in office President Cleaveland has vetoed 132 bills, 21 more that the total number vetoed from the foundation of the gov ernment to the day of his inauguration. an inquirer is lniormeu mat trie "Septennate" mentioned in foreign dispatches is Bismarck's s...

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. — 31 March 1887

state Historical Society i -V ESTABLISHED IN 1857. EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY. MARCH 31 1887. VOL..30.-NO 14. 1 .-V 1 3 - it 1 i i'7 DESPERATE ACT. Hand to Hand Strang la With Bask Bobber. . ' Teller Currier Refttms Wound. two Sertoli The Adrarturar Seeared B:fore Ge. ting i ha B'Oiy. Preparation for Coat Defenses at the Navy Depar mrot. Centra) Labor Union Reeclve Free Speech. for Md H.ak Robb.r. York,- March 28. An -Anti- gonish. .Nova Scotia, special dated yesterday, says: The attempted bank robbery and murder here yesterdav wan one of the most daring acts in the criminal history of Canada. The of fender is said to have been the princi pal in the bank robbery at Lewiston, Michigan, from whence he escaped to Nova 8cotia. lie (fives the name of . Stanley hteele, of Guysboro, N. S. lie is an accompuanea penman, and re fined in appearance, and of excellent address. He came to Antigonish Fri day evening. At 12:80 Saturday Steele eniereu me name ana said lie would like to see the teller...

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. — 31 March 1887

THE NEWS. DT TUB HEW8 COMPANY. Intend it mm FuMoffioa a Imparl m Second Class Matte. Published. Kvery Thursday at 1 1.70a Oaoaty, sTsnsas sperla Price. I.BO s Tea la AiruM. A. M. VKWOOKBi ,.KUtor CBil BAUII, AmlM Salts THURSDAY, MARCH 81, 1887. Tub Nova Scotia people now want to necede from the mother country and join the United States. TnERK is not now an open salqpn in ine state 01 .Kansas. And yet some few people claim prohibition does not prohibit. The order of Odd Fellows in Kan sas added 1,600 members to its ranks last year. This state has 283 lodges and 13,200 members. iiAKTr ord may count .Emporia as her staunch, true friend hereafter, The people down there are evidently of the thinking kind. Tub Congregational clergy of Chi cago repented and adopted resolutions highly eulogistic of Reecher, two min inters only objecting. Bovcottinc has been made an in dictable offense, punishable by a fine of SoOO or imprisonment of one year by the Wisconsin legislature. The contractors 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. — 31 March 1887

CURED OF SCOLDING. An Infuriated Vixen Spout. Scalds Har Th Lattar Dies and the Former a Ravin Maniac. s Bank Swindlers Work the Public With Forged Drafts. Thirty Indictments Found Against Cjok County Thieves. Bealdad fear Hasbaavd. Crscnrs ati, March 24. A Irom Newark, Ohio, says: special Jacob Bread died last evening from the effects of a scalding received at the hands of hia wife on Sunday evening, daring a quarrel. The couple had frequently had trouble and on this oc casion, becoming exasperated at some abuse of her husband, she threw a pan of boi ling water in his face. She kept eve rybody out of the house after the scalding, but since his death, has be come a raving maniac. Sydney, 8. W., March 24. Eighty men were entombed by an explosion In Bull's colliery yesterday. The accident occurred in a tunnel a mile and a half from the mouth of the pit. Seven bodies have been recovered. The tun nel is blocked by debris caused by the explosion. - - -- . aseaews) tost Mranli. 2f ew York...

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. — 31 March 1887

Is Leavenworth 2,73 women regis tered, 017 of whom were colored.- Tilk ltock Island road will run through passenger and freight trains between Topeka and Chicago on and after next Tuesday, April 5. The dally edition of Tne News will be mailed to any address, post paid, for fifty cents a month, or our weekly thirty-six columns for $1 a year. We wish somebody would take the lime to worn up a good raiu. Topeka Capital. (tome down here and we can accom modate you. The Michigan legislature refused to pass the bill making murder punisha ble by death. Michigan and Kansas are now paradises for those contem plating homicide. John I). Watxs, one of the oldest settlers of Marshall county, says that he has observed, since 1854, that a dry March is in Kansas always followed by a wet season. The State Journal is authority for the rumor that the Missouri Pa cific will give up control of the Mis souri, Kansas & Texas after April 1 to to the Chicago & Alton. WicniTA is the only city In Kansa...

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. — 7 April 1887

M II ESTABLISHED IN 1857. EHFOBIAt KANSAS, THURSDAY, APKIIVT 1887 VOIi. 30,-NO 14. i I VI ? V r . 17 V i SCOTT FEEE. Uook County Boodlert Not Ret-poi. lbl for Bribery. SooltUat Tiekat Dumptad by an Orar. Zealous Candidate. Cllcaya CArpantara Strike far Eight Honra a Day. Aa Attorney Goea to Jail for Whip. plug a Judge. CklMgi CrMkt. Chicago, April 4. Before tbe spec ial grand jury closed its inquision Sat urday they prepared a. lengthy me morial to Governor Ogleaby. Tbe me morial relates to tbe government of tbe county and shows at great length how a corrupt Rang that have controlled the county board for years past have found it possible to rob the tax payer and then auks tbe governor to use his influence with the legislature to have a law enacted to cover the deficiencies. One thing needed, according to the me morial, is a statutory provision for the appointment of all county employees. As the law stands now the commis sioners themselves, and of course all other officials who are c...

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. — 7 April 1887

THE NEWS. BY TILE 3TCW8 COMPANY. Untarad M the Puatofflo at Kmpofi M flesond- ciaas Mum. Fabllalked Xvar Thanday at Emporia 1.70a Count? Prto. I.0 Imi la Aavaaca. A.B.MKWGOHB t Kdltov CH4S HA KB IB, A data Cdltor aad Maaaar. THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 1887. It is said that in Kirwin, Kas., only three women in the entire town could be found who would sign a petition asking for a liquor permit. On Tuesday next Kansas woman cast their first votes. ' On the same date Michigan will decide whether she will be a prohibition state or not. No more whisky or beer can legally be sold by druggists until they obtain the necessary blanks, and it wilt take at least a week or two before they are printed and delivered. In New York city nve teachers of each six are women; in Boston seven out of eight; In Philadelphia and Chi cago there is found only one man among twenty-flve teachers. The Baltimore & Ohio Telegraph company in Washington have mounted their messenger boys on ponies. The boys are hilarious....

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. — 7 April 1887

IP FOUND OUT. Wfciikeyitea Making: it Red Hot fcr Prohibition. Detroit Bun aers to Bulldoze the T mperance Vote. Senou. T.iu'jltt Anticipated on Elec ting Day. Wisccniln Assemb'y Passes an Antl. Blacklist Bill. Cardinal Mmmig's Defense of the Koightsof Labor. TTklikf 8all1osrs. Chicago, March 81. A special from Detroit, Mich., says: Intensity of feel ing over the proposed prohibi tion amendment has no parallel in the history of political campaigns in this state. Conservative men of both sides are fearing serious trouble on election day in Detroit. The feeling against prohibitionists In the eastern part of the city is intense. Political interest in the state and county Eh rinks out of sight compared with the absorbing import ance of the question of whether the people shall have beer or not. An Eleventh ward alderman said not one prohibition vote would be cast in his precinct, because no prohibitionist would dare vote there, lie added, "I am speaking the truth when I say it would ixt ...

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. — 7 April 1887

Kansas Mill still be counted among republican states, notwithstanding woman suffrage. ' When railroad passes are cut off, Toieka hotels will feel the effect more than any others In the Btate. Thk most powerful electric light in the world is to le placed in the torch 4f Bartholdi's htatue of liberty. Tin; plate telegraph chestnut boom'" edition failed to inaterali.e on Saturday. Like a cow's tail, it j al ways behind. Ohio editors have decided that rail road time tables should be paid for at regular advertising rates, and roads that will not nay for them will not so be advertised. John ;. Sax k. the poet who wrote so many witty and humorous iioeins, suffered in eat! f from melancholia for the last few years liefore his death. lie died last week. A 'l 1 1 n emk opium llriu has wflered V,w;t reward for the head of King Kalakaua, monarch of the .Sandwich Islands. This w as liecause the king refused to allow the Chinese linn a monopoly in opium. It is announced from Pittsburg that Uoscoe...

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. — 14 April 1887

kute Historic! Society I Wfi " If! rt if Ij It 'iiTT' if' $W ESTABLISHED IN 1857. EMPOBIA, KLKSAS, THTJESDAY, APRIL, 14 1S87 VOL. 30,--NO 15. t i il SE1L0D. How the Men of the West Org&a ' . ized for Victory. STBIKLNG . ITBST BLOWS. An Impartial Story or One of the Decisive Battle of .the War." A Bloody rt.UWTa. xtasparats Plcatta f Sh.rnaa'. Xn-FmUM aad tfal . la Bald tb Ky of the FoslOo CaUl On la Captured aad tha Other Killed Death of th. Coafadarato Ceaa audtfcaiM of Rplaadid Mardar. Tttarau la Camp aad Raw Keeralta radar Fire IlUnols. tadiaaa, Iowa. Ohio aad Michlgsa Troop. Tece tha Btrt Flchtlns; Material la the Soathyrf it The Day's KeasUts. : Tweaty-flve rears !jtre rolled by sine tha desperate struggle occurred that, on the Oth and 7th of April, ItMW, broke down the chief banisr to tha Ifl -aalsyt salley aad. fm-nd . the way for the occupation by the national force, of every Important point between Memphis and New Orleans. Yet .van after this long period, it Is still co...

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. — 14 April 1887

THE NEWS. BY T11C JfCWS COMPANY. EoUirt'l at the Postomoe at Etaporla a aaooad Uaaa Matter. Pabllahed Every Thursday 1.70a County, Eui at Kaaporte Frio. SI.B9 a (w la Advance. OOAS HABKIS, Kdlter ant Mujtr. THURSDAY, APRIL 14, 1887. The New York Tribune thinks that the Stewart collection of pictures sold for all that it was worth $513,750. It is said that a Wichita minister re cently took his Sunday morning text from lot 1, block 2. In Timothy's second addition. Both Judge Cooley and A. E. Walk er, alleged republicans on the inter state commission, bolted Blaine and voted for Cleveland. Geohge JEliot said "Every man who is not a monster, a mathematician, or a mad philosopher, is the slave of some woman or other.' - The Atchison Champion explains it In this manner: "Mettker, the wealthy widower, was elected mayor of Topeka. Two-thirds of the lady vote was cast for him." Hits. Caulisle is credited with more candor than tact. When asked at Xew York if the speaker would be the secretary...

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. — 14 April 1887

WEAK KNEED. Cleveland's Ability to Todge tant Issues. mpor His Round-about Letttr on the Fish ery Question. Loud for the Nation's Dignjty at Long Range, But Poor on Avenging Her Wrongs by Retaliation. Washington, April 8. The lTesi- dent having received a communication from the American Fisheries Union, of Massachusetts, calling attention to the fisheries dispute, and suggesting that the Retaliatory act passed by Congress would in their oppinion be sufficiently executed if the proposed retaliation was confined to the closing of the United States markets to Canadian fish products, he lias made the following answer: - - Executive Mansion, i WAsiiiNOTONjApril 7. ( George Steele, Khi., President Amer ican Fisheries Lnion, and others, Gloucester, Mass.: Gentlemen 1 have received vour letter lately addressed to me. and have given full consideration to the expression of the views and wishes therein contained. In relation to the existing differences between the Government of Great Britain 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. — 14 April 1887

Gas is advertised in Ottawa,Kansas, attlOperM. .. Washington, Kansas, is 1,100 feet above the level of the sea". A cokrespoxdext at Omaha writes that '"paving made Omaha what she is to-day." If this is a fact! Emporiahas one of the requisites to make a big citv. as she undoubtedly lias the finest streets in the state. Powdekly expresses great satisfac tion over the defeat of the labor party in Chicago, the leaders of which have ref used to obey his commands in refer ence to socialism. He thinks their de feat well deserved. A cocplk of months ago many houses were labeled "For Rent'' in this city. Now it is almost impossible to find anempty house. The building boom will remedy this, however, as many new houses are in process of con struction. Chief Clkuk Isbell, of the railway mail service at Kansas City, has been removed, and will be succeded by It M. Thomas, who has been in the pos tal service about about a year and i half. Mr. Isbell has been in the ser vice for fifteen years. Kans...

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. — 21 April 1887

Utemstorle.aJ Society kv in in ESTABLISHED IN 1857. EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY; APRIL 21 1887 VOL. 30.--NO 16. a vv I H 11 !l lE t Ml ill II i r . . ? r: ! 'V IN THE FLAMES. Two Young Ladies Burned to Death In their Home. Thrsa Other Persons "annot Survive thir Injuries. Ohleago Socialists Oet Control of lbs United Libir Party, New Yorkers Denied their Sunday Morning Dram. A Noted Thief and His Pals Taken in at Gresnville, S. G. A Vereetlvr Flae. Lynchburg. Vs.. April 18. A soe- eial from Seven-Mile ford, Smith coun ty, tars: The house of a man named Browles, near here, was destroyed by fire last night, in which two of his daughters, aged 19 and 21 years, were trarnea to death, ana three other per sons so badly Injured that they cannot immve. xue nre was caused by a de fective flue. uata tin Year. St. Louis, April 18 John J. Egan, deputy recorder of voted, wiio was con victed of committing election frauds by falsely registering names of voters last November, was sentenced in the Uni ...

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. — 21 April 1887

THE NEWS. UY THK . NEWS COMPANY. Entered at the Putomc at faporia as Second- Class Hatter. Published Every Thursday at Emporia Lyon Coamty, Kuiu. Fries. I.0O a Taar la A4tum. A. n. NEWCOMn, El'iTOB. CHA3. HARRIS, AtWtOCIATB EDITOR AHD TaUBSDAY, APRIL 21, 1887. Seventeen states of the Union and six territories bear Indian names. T. Dwiorrr Thaciteb has Bold the .State rrintinjr office to C. E. Baker, the recently elected State printer. American expressions travel. In Jus speech at the great meeting at Hyde Park ou Monday Michael Davitt said. "We will hold the fort in Ire land. M.NtE the new prohibitory law went into force in this state the Kansas City and other wholesale dealers in intoxi cants reports that their Kansas busi ness has largely decrease!. THE RAIN BOOM. Many of our southwestern exchanges go into big display headings and gen eral rejoicings over the fact that show ers have visited the various localitie wherein they are located. And In doin so they are probably justified,...

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. — 21 April 1887

'."- A GBEAT SPEECH. We give below the great speech, in behalf of Ireland, delivered by Senator Inga Us liefore the Immense audience at the (irand Opera House in Topeka, T uesday evening. April 12th Mr. Ingalls said: Mr. President and fellow-citizens,the resolutions that have l-en just read in your hearing meet . with my hearty concurrence (Ap- . jiiuusi-j, uuu 11 ui vmre Willi wnicn 1 express my assent linds a response in both lie mispht-ies it is Iam-huso that voica addre.-i.ses to the coiwiciew e of the Jiuiuun race and to the consciousness of humanity itself. Applause!. I am liere to-night, fellow-citizen, not as a politician, not as an otl'n ial of the gov- trnmput or. the I nited .Mates, by which title i liave lieen introduced to you by your I 'resident. Lut as an American c itizen to express my Ix-Jief that the rause of Ireland is thecausw of Kansas. (Applause.) One hundred thousand citizens o? Irish birth and lescent have cast their fortunes with us and assisted to build up ...

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. — 21 April 1887

TnEKE'f millions in it." The rain. ' Home papers to boom home enter prise. Tiik interstate cornumsionerg each receive ?L(.54 per day. The most appropriate cognomen, so far us heard from, is the "hinderstate commerce bill.'' Kxi Knixft llttsburar. none of the large cities appear to be on the line of oil and gas (rushers. nuM. suffrage was defeated in little llhode Island by 13,123 majority The democrat carried the state. The Missocri militia companies are disbanding beeanso of the lack of ap propriations by the latel egislature. TiiKitK is nothing like perserveranee For months the weather prophets have hsvn predicting rain, and at lat we have it oodles of it. . The Wisconsin legislature has passed the anti-strike bill, fining any person who forcibly interferes with the work of another not to exceed $100. Wood venders at Muaicie, Indiana, complain that gas gushers have ruined their business in that gushing city. Nobody has use for fire wood or coal. The railroads claim that the inter ...

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. — 28 April 1887

s ir V 1 111 I) I III 1.1 ESTABLISHED IN 1857. EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY. APRILi 27 1887 "VOL. 30.--NO 17. ) f ' ': f ': 'V:-- PUBLIC DISCONTENT Wifooisin Zinc Industries Crippled by the Mew Rates. Iowa Shippers Want a Correct later, pretatlon of the Law. St. Louts Street Cars to be Run by Electricity. The Plan to Capture Sherman Pro. nounced a Huge Joke. Stanley Pushing to the End of His Journey in Africa. IMaeoatent Among Shipper. Chicago, April 25. A special from Des Moines, Iowa, says: Owing to a widespread discontent among shippers over the alleged perversion of the Inter state law by railway companies in seek ing to exact extortionate rates, ..i i . .. . wuoiesaie ueaiers, as wen as stock and grain shippers, have been in active cor respondence with the end in view of holding a series of public meetings in oruer to give forcible expression to the Imblic discontent. These will be foi owed up with a request to Governor Jarrabee to convene the legislature in extra session to pass ...

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. — 28 April 1887

THE NEWS. THE 2CEW8 COMPANY. Tatered at the Postotnos at murle as SoooaO-ClaMUMMr. ahlished Kvery Tnaredr at : porta Prise, $X.M Iw la ww. A. B. NEWOOHB, EdxtosV. CHAS. HARRIS, Associate Editob amd Bcbotss Managm. THUESDAY, APBIL28, 1887. Chief Arthur of the Bvotfieruood of. Locomotlrea Eosineera.' receive- 93,000 per anonm. Grand Master Fow derly receive 85,000. To be bored is a terrible infliction, but Emporia oonld stand considerable of it, provided It was in the right direction In the earth. Bishop Hckst, of the Methodist Episoopal church, has read the Bible in the language of every country in which no nas neia a comcrenoe. Moss back Democrats are growling that when the backs of the president's appointees to office are scratched they often find old republicans under the new skin. IT is said that in Chicago owners of yachts clew up their sails when they have lady passengers. Their high bonnets catch all the wind. Washington people who like wine at their dinners have to buy their ...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
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