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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 2 June 1887

K3IFOB1A, KANSAS. Ob ef the G rawing ClUe rifee Great Mtmte. We copy from Frank Leslie's Illus trated .Newspaper of May sth,the fol lowing weu written article snowing toe advantages of Emporia: Tne unparalleled growth of Kansas ' In DODulation and material wealth dnr. lng tbe past decade has challenged the wonder and admiration of the Ameri can people, and the state stand to-day as the grandest monument of enterprise is the history of the progressive civiliza tion of modern times. The traveler, attracted to its borders by the f ascina , ting story of the phenomenal develop ment of its resources, contemplates, with delightful surprise, the nourishing and handsome towns and cities which dot the lines of the great commercial worougniares by which tbe state is traversed in all directions, and as he gazes upon the busy centers through wnicu lie u Dorne, ne pauses to asK by what mighty magic these populous and thrifty municipalities have risen, and by virtue of what alchemy they expand wi...

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 June 1887

The Emporia Base Ball club has won a game. ' And now Girard has struck gas enough to light the city. President Cleveland is reported tniw vki-v fnnrf of liiixaball. There are several other base things the president ' takes especial delight in; vetoing pen sion bills, for instance. If Gen. Kosser runs as well for con gress in the Shenandoah valley as he did when 'Sheridan was after him in that valley, he will get there. He will go clean through if tie is not checked In his wild career. Memokial day was never so well ob served in Emporia as on yesterday. Ever body seemed to be in the proces sion or on the streets. The Normal School probably made the largest turn out of any one body. DiUfVEit, Colorado, complains sorely of its irrigating ditches. They are in adequate to supply the needs of the city. A complaint in regard to insuffi cient irrigating facilities Sunday reaches us also from New York. It Is announced that eight new pos tal clerks will Boon be placed on the Santa Fe, but you...

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 June 1887

BtnteHUttrUri Society 7 Wife J ESTABLISHED IN 1857. . EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 9 1887 VOIi. 30,-NO 21. l . l! 1 t - 7 'a v From Saturday's Bally. GAS AT EMPOBIA. No Fu ther Ooubt That We Hive Na ture's Great Illuminative, As it Has Been Discovered a nd Tested by Several of Our Citizens, Within Twenty Minutes' Ride the Heart of Our City. From Drs. McCandless and Janeway, the Discoverers, Interviewed. A Company Formed, Machinery Now Coming and Gas to be Developed. The City Counc I Grants a Franchise , to a Citizens' Mini ng Co. At a special meeting of the city coon, cil Friday evening an ordinance was passed granting to the Emporia Gas, Oil and Mining Company the right to the use of the streets, alleys, avenues and public grounds to lay pipes to supply the city and the Inhabitants thereof in the event of the discovery of natural gas by this company, the council reserving the right to fix the prioe in accordance with the resolution adopted by the Board of Trade. The proceedings ...

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 June 1887

THE NEWS. JY THE MEWS COMPANY. 'entered at the Puateme Jtm porta as Beeond-Clak MUMt. obllshed Kvary Thmnday at Emporia Lyon County, Kaaaaa. rrla, $1.50 Tear la Ad vanes. A. D. NETVOOMB, Editor. CHA8. HAUEIS, ASSOCIATS Editor Aim Ui'sinexH Mahaoxb. T1IUBSDAY, JUTE 2 1887. Recent observations Bbow that sore throat? often result from breathing of coal gas. Anotheu R38 well was struck at Port Scott on Wednesday the biggest one of the whole lot, ho they say. - The smallest man in this country is a Welshman by the name of Kees Wittier, ot I'lymouth, Pa., who is only 36 inches Ligli and weighs only 68 pounds. The Wichita boom is busted. The Eagle is now getting out a two-page Biipplement. If the boom keeps bust ing in a similar manner we shall ex pect to see an eight-page supplement. Kansas Knight and Soldier: Let the citizens of St. Louis not forget to in vite Jeff. Davis, Yellow Fever Black burn and others of like ilk to accomp any Cleveland to the Grand Army en campment Ik New York str...

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. — 9 June 1887

BLOOD ON THE BORDER. Prospects for a Renewal of Bloody County Seat War. . the Five Hundred Men Claimed to Have Been Shipped from Wichita to Lakin( Alleged to be Hired for Thirty Days to Out'Vote a Rival Town. ' Their Objective Point Suppose to b Coronado, Leoti's Rival. Special Dispatch to the Daily Nbwb. WicniTA, June 1. This evening's Jieacon haa the following startling in formation: . For several days a prominent employ ment agency on East Douglas avenue has scattered liberally about the city bills and placards to this effect: Wanted To give passes to 600 1 ail road men who want good employment at $1.50, $1.05 and vr day. Other signs read: "Men wanted to do street work and to work on public im provements in a western city." For several days there .h;w 1hjii in the city a tall, rather distinguished looking man, evidently of western origin, who calls himself Col. Hell. It is lor hi in that the employment agency spoken of has been advertising for men, although tint colonel hires all...

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. — 9 June 1887

Thk AVcllington Iress Rives notice that it will no longer he issued as a daily. Next. - ' Titk side-doors of the saloons are again open and the hotel bars are run ning full blast on Sunday ia New York City. The reform did not last long. Gen. John C. Fkemont and wife expect to visit Kansas this summer on his way west in search of material for his contemplated book on Kit Carson. AlrnouGH president of the United States for several years and a married man for more than one year, Cleveland has done nothing for this country so far. It cost l'aola .'V,ooo to find natural gas and put it in shape to use. The city is now lighted by it and 200 stoves run by it iesides several manufac tories. Elsewiikiik will be found a letter from John WalnifT, the Lawrence brewer, which, ; will probably be read with interest by those who wish to know just how much prohibition pro liibits in Kansas. It is reported from Iowa that prohi bition has largely decreased crime in the state. The iSac Sun advertises th...

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. — 16 June 1887

N f I ?llff m Sit 9 ESTABLISHED IN" 1857. EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JUKE 1G 1887 VOLi. 30.--NO 23: rv r 5' -V r Kmm Monday's Daily. lonnESCKinKNT wkek. - Cloning; KxerrlnM at the Nori al ud twllec. Commencement week at the State Normal school ojened Saturday even ing at the Normal building by the con test between the literary societies which was held in the chapel. On account of the bad weather and the failure of some of the judges to arrive, the exercises did not open until 8 :::. The first thing on the programme was a chorus by an octette and this was followed by an in vocation by Itev. F. T. Ingalls. Miss Emma Taylor then rendered an instrumental solo after which President Taylor made a few explanatory re marks as to the plan of choosing the contestants. The declaimers are cho sen by the faculty from students in the first year classes. The Lyceum and Literati Societies choose the debaters, wo from each. The judges in declamation were Mrs. Kate S. Cross, Itev.'A. f. Burgen and I'...

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. — 16 June 1887

THE NEWS. THK. XEW8 COMPANY. Tutored at the Pwitolllce at m porta a Second- Clu Matter. labllhd Kv.ry Thandty at Ed porta Lyon County. Kimm. Frlea. $I.0 a la Adnoat. A. B. NEWCOMB, Editor. C1IAS. HARRIS. AsSOCtATS ElIToa ABO JsTSITrBSg MAXAOXB. TIIU1WDAY, JUNE 16 18S7. nolle to MabMcrtbrs Parties sending money for subscrip tions to this paper, whether Daily or Weekly, or requesting a change in ad dress, should start with Riving their present adilress, and, if changed, also the old address, as changes can not be made unless these rules are observed. Moue rain, more corn; more corn, more lngn; more hogs, more money; more money, more boom. Aftkii the first of July $2,000 per mile w ill be the limit of railroad liond aid that can lie voted in this state. A very strong How of natural gas has leeti obtained at Girard, Crawford county, at a depth of sixty feet. Twklvk leaders of the Salvation army have been arrested in Chicago for Kinging a topical song called "Skin the Devil.'' Tim Fourth...

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. — 16 June 1887

From Saturday's dally. A COAL FIND. A Thirleen-lnch Vein of Coal Struck on the Farm of'J.O Jones. . The Coal Found at the Depth of On'y Two Feet From the Surface, And the Prospects Now Equal to Tha Being Mined at Arvonia, Where the Output is From a Vein of Similar Size, but Deeper Down. Mr, Jones Says He Will Immediately Develop His Rich Find. Mr. Jacob O. Jones, probably one of the best known of Emporia's Welsh citizens, called at The Nkws office yes terday and left information to the effect that lie had discovered a line thirteen inch vein of coal on his farm, twelve miles northeast of this city, yesterday, which is pronounced by competent judges to be a tirst-class article of fuel, fully equal in size and quality to that now being mined at Arvonia in such large quantities, and which are the nearest coal banks to Emporia. This discovery was made by some pros)cctonj who called on Mr. Jones yesterday morning and attempted to lease the land for the purpose of devel oping the vein. Th...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 16 June 1887

It did not rain at this place at all yesterdav. The Colorado quarantine against Kansas, Missouri and Iowa cattle baa been raised. Tub Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe took the first legal steps to enter Chica go on last Wednesday. A Clay Center man recently started down the Kansas river on his way to Florida by water. The democrats complain that the G. A. It. is composed of ' republicans. They are the same men that opposed the democracy durinjrtlie war. TnE Kansas City and Emporia base ball clubs should play a game to see which are the poorest players. Both bring up the tail ends of their respective leagues. W'iikx such papers as the Kansas City Times devote columns in praise of Gen. Sherman it is pretty evident that the old man has made a mistake of some kind. A max in Smith county has been fined WHO and imprisoned sixty days for giv inir whinkv to another man. and as quick as he gets out of jail he will be prosecuted for perjury. It is very evident that (Jen. Sherman has not read h...

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. — 23 June 1887

Ctate Historical Sodeiy" . . - $ ESTABLISHED IN 1857. EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 23 188T VOL. 30.--NO 24. -ate. ii i r y f nr 15 I i r From Wednesday's Daily. GAS LOCATED. A Visit to ths Various Places Where Natural Gas Can be Found. Dr. Martin Points Oat the Places Where He Ha Found Indica tions. ,. Messrs. Peters, Brewer, Parley Parlrman Investigate the Matter, and And are Has Satisfied that the Doctor Made a Good Show ing. The Machinery on the. Ground and to be Fat In Operation. This morning the board of directors of the new gas and mining company, Messrs. Peters, Brewer, Parkman and Perley, accompanied Dr. Martin to the places where he had disco ved gas exuding from the surface of the ground. The first point visited was on the south side of the Neosho river, just a short distance west of the wagon bridge, almost directly north of the Normal Bchool, and about one mile from Twelfth avenue. At this, THE riH8T LOCATION, the Doctor explained he had found his strongest indication...

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. — 23 June 1887

THE NEWS. JY THE NEWS COMPANY. fntered at tba Postofllee at Emporia a Second- Claa Matter. abUsbed Every Thursday at En porta Lyon Coanty, Kanaaa. Pries. $I.OO a. fau la Advs A. B. NEWCOMB, EuiTOU. CHA8. HARMS, AiwociATB Editor aid BCHINKM MAX AOBK. THURSDAY, JUNE 23 1887. Notlre to Sabtterlbera, Parties sending money for subscrip tions to this paper, whether Daily or Weekly, or requesting a change in ad dress, shqjild start with giving their present address, and, if changed, also the old address, as changes can not be made unless these rules are observed. Cleveland will not be at St. Louis. Dark the democrats nominate Cleve land now? Wonder what the mugwumps think of their president now? Cleveland's boom is busted. He did it with his little order. Jamem UutiiANAN was a saint in comparison with the Buffalo hangman. The rebel Hags episode is worth thousands of votes to the republican party. Tur union soldier who voted for Cleveland is now the loudest in bis curses of him. It is claim...

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. — 23 June 1887

HINGING BEBUKE Denudation of tlx. Nation's dental Eiecutiye Acci By the Commanderln-Chlef of 0. A. B. the For Restoring Captured Rebel Flags to the South. Hamilton Post ' 182 Expresses Disapprobation. Its Got. roraxer. cniraotenzes it as an Unqualified Offense. Nbw York, June 16. "May God palsey the band that wrote the order! May God palsey the brain that con celved it! And may God palsey the tongue that dictated it!" The G. A. B. beard these words with bated breath and glanced at each other with awe as the terrible sentence rang out from the commander-in-chief of G. A. It. last night in the association ball in Harlem. The occasion wa8 a reception tendered to the commander- in-chief by the - Alexander Hamilton Post No. 182 G. A. It. Visitors were present from every grand army post of this city and vicinity, Post Com mander A. M. Undcihill presided. Among those present were Senior Vice Commanderlafferty, Junior Vice' Com mander Chas. II all Grant, Past State Commander II edges of Ila...

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. — 23 June 1887

Notlra to Subscriber. I 'allies sending money for subscrip tions to this paper, whether Daily or Weekly, or requesting a change in ad dress, should start with giving their present address, and, if changed, also the old address, as changes can not be made unless these rules are observed. Natural giis in Findlay, Ohio, has reduced the cost of a year's fuel to $1.50 per family. Altiiol oii many gubernatorial pro tests were sent to Cleveland concern ing the rebel Hag order, not a single one of thein came from a democratic source. As during the war, only re publican governors can be depended upon when the flag is assailed. This Ottawa Jcttl-rsew8 devotes a good deal of its space to Raying unkind things about the great Sunday school assembly and its managers. If the Local-News ever does as much good in a year for the town it is published in as the assembly does in one hour, it will then be in a somewhat better position to make criticisms. Cleveland did not think enough of Memorial Day to ...

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. — 30 June 1887

5tate Historical Society - t ! ESTABLISHED IK 1857. ; EMPORIA, KAKS A S,THURSD AYi JUXE 30 1887 V 0130025' r r 3 1 t i : 4 . 1 to -; THE PENINSULA. TroJa Fortress Monroe to Pair Oaks Battleground. GEN. OEOEGE B. M'OLELLAN. The reoplo Hailed nim as tie " Young Napoleon." Jk Stat of Chronic XervoonaeM Aboat th Safety of Washington Frevantad M I Clallaa Cram Balng Sappartad aa Ha Wished Th Saooad Slaga af Tork i town Working Slowly mad Painfully I Vp tba Peninsula Toward Blcbmondw ; la tba Swamp Tna Cbickahominy. .'" Darin J the winter ofl9C3 London Pouch rs marked that the American civil war was the dvllast it ever heard of. In the u minor ol 1861 tho north had been vying (or k loader. Popular demand waa altisfied by the appointment of Mat Gen. Gaotgb Drinton McClellan to be eommander In chief, fine of too army of the Potomac, Ehen of the armies of the whole United IS La tea .The first promotion came July 87, the eeoond 'Nor. 1. lbtJL .. It waa not tin the next spring, 1803, how aver,...

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. — 30 June 1887

THE- NEWS. THE NEW8 COMPACT. Intend at the Fuatufttce at I'm porta as Seooad- Clot Bi alter. fobltelied Kvery Thandaj porta Lyon County, Price, $I.BO ft ea la Advaaee. X. D. NKWCOMQ, Editor. CHAB. HARRIS, ASSOCIATE EDITOB AD Bl'BISBBS Mamaobh. THURSDAY, JUNE 30 1887. Tiik president will use crawfish for bait when he goes fishing next Memo rial Day. A cidkk seller in Topeka bad to pay a 9'SjO fine yesterday because the boys testified that the cider he sold made them drunk. Tub cattle receipts at Chicago but week were heavier than any previous week in the history of the city, reach ing a total of 63,000 head. In the mouth of a Parrottgun planted on the burial plat of the Grand Army post at Maquoketa, Iowa, a robin has built her nest and reared her young. Findlay, Ohio, before the discovery of natural gas was a straggling town of a few thousand people. Now it numbers at least 30,000, with the pros pects of rivaling Cleveland or even Pittsburg. Tiik famous cow Electa, for which her owne...

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. — 30 June 1887

DAMAGED GOODS. Judgment Rendered for Hazelbrook Misers For DamaedChattlei by Reason of ' Enctment. An Inmate of a House of Refuge Kills His Keeper. A St. Looli Mux Bent of Stuclde Mur ders His Friend." Duivm lr niMn. Wilkehbarre, la., June 23. The Ilazlebrook eviction cases that have been on trial here for some days past before Alderman Donahue came to an end late last evening. Judgement was entered in favor of the evicted miners, six in number, in the sum of $300 each for damages sustained by reason of having their goods and chatties thrown into the roadway. Vlre at WUbIbcIoi. Wilmington. 111., June 23. A fire occured here yesterday which destroyed the Chicago St, Alton depot and freight house, the large elevator of W. H. Odell, filled with graiu, tlic Urge ware house of I Hay, the old City Hotel, a number of small buildings and several freight cars loaded with coal and mer chandise. Loss, $50,000. MrFbrrwa Note. McPuersoji, June 23. The Rock Island track layers reached here last e...

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. — 30 June 1887

According to the Chicago News,the big w heat deal cost the clique over 381,000,000. ' The total consumption of natural gas as fuel in this country during 1886, es timated by the value of coal it replaced, was over $,ooo,ooo. Prohibition is enforced in eighty? one of the ninety-nine counties of Iowa, says Governor Larrabee. Iowa is ''do ing as well as could be expected." TnE streets of Topeka are abandon ed to darkness because of an empty city treasury, and the unwillingness bf the people to submit to an occu pation tax. jmo liquor seller will hereafter be re ceived into any Masonic lodge in Da kota either by initiation or affiliation. the grand lodge at Huron having adopted a resolution to that effect. Tiik Chicago editors are still calling derisively uion one another to give proofs of service in the last war. 80 lar as beard from .Brother Medill is ahead. He had two brothers in the army. K. C. Journal. How about the Kansas City editors? 'Jiioveu Cleveland is the only president who ...

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. — 7 July 1887

f ' ' .-if I V T I - N 3 i ) - V K 1 7 ESTABLISHED IN 1857. EMFOBIA, KANSAS, THIIBSB AY, JULY 7 1887 " VOL. 2G (THE SEVEN DAYS. iJCS 4&7 Brings Back Tbeir j. Quartci Geateanaiy. THE AEMY OF THE P0T0MA0 Splendid Flghtlnj on the Bloody Be treat to the Junes Blrer. T The Desperate Fight of MecnanlesvUle, Galnea' Mill. Savage Station, Glan- Blalvera BllWTne Bent I from Torktown to tho James Strewn i with BoMlara' GrnM. AXtor the battle of Fair Oaks, both armlea retted a wuOe. Hardly bad Sumner's our pa crossed to the south side of the Chlcka homlny. May 81, 18G2, wbon the Chlcka nomlny roas in mighty flood and swept all befora is, Stunner's Orapevtne bridge In cluded. If tba flood had oome la the fore noon of that day at Fair Oaks Instead of Coward evening', tba oorpe of McClellan's ray south of tha stream would have baeo ca to pieces. . Only the railway bridge waa left across tba Cbicknbominy, and over this were brought supplies for tha corps Keyes, Heitselman's and Sumnert on tba ...

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 July 1887

THE NEWS. JY THE NEWS COMPANY. Xntorsd at the Fostoffloe at Km ports m Second-Claes Muer. Mlih Kvery Tbandar a Emporia 1.70a Coanty, Fries), f I.SO a rM la AdTMM. A. B. XBWOOMD, Editoh. CHAS. HABBIS, ASSOCIaT KDITOB AMD BceiirBsa Hahagib. TIITJESDAY, JULY 7, 1887. Tiik free mail delivery service went into effect in this city to-day. The twefth natural gas well started flowing on Tuesday last at Fort Scott Wondeb if Cleveland will have the cheek to attend the reunion at St. Iouis? The Leavenworth Standard says that Senator Plumb has made some invest ments in that city. Tjte council of administration have decided it inadvisable to hold a G. A, H. state reunion in Kansas next year, DuitiNO the last eighteen months one hundred and eight natural gas companies have been organized in Kan sas. Tite Dayton Journal wants to know "How would Blaine and Cody, Maine and Kansas, the llumed Knight and Buffalo Bill, do for a national ticket? Sentence will be passed on Jake Sharp July 13. The penalty...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
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