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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 7 July 1887

BXPEBIUEliTE LAW Senator Calloofi Address on the terstate Law In Before the Illlsoii Grain Merchant' Association. TheMiin Features of the Bill Have Come to Stay. Field Retires from the Manhattan Board of Directors. Cm tm Stay. BPBINGFIELD, 111., June 30. At a meeting" of the Illinois Grain Mer chants' association yesterday, Senator Cullom was called upon to speak on the interstate commerce law. He thought the first result was to place all men more nearly on an equality with respect to advantages in shipments of their .mtlmrfa 'm.n lour ...... ( , . . 4' u no . &u? wn noq iu m ocuin ujl- perimental, but it was a declaration by congress of its power over the bud ject, and of its determination that these privileged corporations should be con ducted in the interest of the people. The act will not be repealed, said he, and if any corporations imagine it will they may as well dismiss that ex pectation. Its substantial provisions nave come to stay. So far as my obser vation goes, said ...

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 July 1887

Tub Knights of Labor, baring adopted its new constitution is now the largest temperance organization in the world. I 'late telegraph papers are still giv ing their readers the daily proceedings at the Ottawa Sunday Hchool assembly, although it has been adjourned a week. The state convention of the prohi bition party of Iowa will be held in the city of Des Moines Thursday, July 14, 1887, at 2 p. m., to nominate a state ticket. The Wichita Kagle speaks of "Colo ner'Murdock going to Galveston, and from the wording of the article, leads one to infer that it refers to Editor Marsh Murdock. Ratz! The heavy rains that have fallen re cently will do great good throughout this section. Th chinch bug, driven from the wheat by the harvesters, was attitckiug the com and doing much damage. The rain will therefore be welcome to the farmer. Daniel McFakland, who eighteen years ago shot Albert D. Richardson in the New York Tribune office, the other night made application for lodging in a New York st...

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 July 1887

Etats Historical Society 1 WW- ESTABLISHED IN 1857. EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JULY 14 1887 VOL. 30,-NO 27 Hi I M Hf ilX I A WATERY GRAVE. Sloop With Forty Women CMl&rta Capsized and la a Heary Ga'e Off Barren Island Last Night Oaly Twelve or the Entire ber Saved. Nam A Reckless Captain Responsible for The Disaster. New York, July 11. The sloop y aclit Mystery left Buttle Bar island In Canarsie bay at 7 o'clock last evening, loaded almost to the gunwale with women and children. When off Barren island, on the route to Canarsie, the yacht capsized and only thirteen of the forty souls composing her passengers and crew are known to have been res cued. The party which was involved in this terrible disaster was made up chiefly of German families residing in Brooklyn and Long Island City. The sun was Just sinking when the passen gers of the Mystery and Christina gathered on the pier to embark for Ca narsie. bo many or the men of the party showed the effects of the beer they had drank t...

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. — 14 July 1887

THE NEWS. TUB NEWS COMPAJiY. "Xutcred at the Potomc at Emporia m Second Una Matter. fubllshed Every Thursday at Kaaporla 1.70a Contjr, Kumi. rrlee. SI.OO a hu 1a A4iuw. A. B. NEWOOMB, Editor. CHAS. HAHRIa, Associate Editor Ad BCSimCM HllliOIB. THURSDAY, JULY 14, 1887. Fort Scott has illuminated with na tural gas. -' Cleveland's coat of fish recurs ant. arms: A craw- A wedding took place at Lawrence, the bride and bridegroom both being over eignty years 01 age. Ottawa wants a free mail delivery but can't get it because her houses are not yet numbered. Poor Ottawa. A company has been organized at Paola, with a capital stock ef tl ,000,000, for the purpose of piping gas to Kansas City. Empokta people talk ; f building 8100,000 court house in place of the one nearly ruined by fire and lighting. ioptKa journal. Tiie Missouri river is still cutting into the bunk at Atchison. It was found necessary tc remove a school house on Wednesday. The Empoiia Democrat is much im proved, from a Britis...

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 July 1887

CLEVELAND DECLINES. The President Will be Absent from the 0,' A. B. Encsmpmeot. His Feelings Hart by Unwortbj aid Was ton Attacks, Bat Not Ccnwlons of any Fear at the Hands of the Vet, Yet He Most Protect the Dignity of His Hign osice. 8t. Louis, July 7. The following let ter, addressed to the mayor of this city, who was chairman of the committee of representative citizens of St. Louis who verbally invited the president" to visit this city during the holding of the en campment of the Grand Army of the Republic in September, is printed in the Republican this morning and explains itself without further comment ExECimvjs Mansion, Washington, July 4, 1887. Hon. David R. Francis, Mayor and Chairman My Dear Sir: When I received your extremely cordial pud gratifying invitation from the citl- sens oi ei. loiiis, lenuereu Dy a num ber of her representative men, to visit that city during the national encamp ment of the Grand Army of the Re public, I had been contemplating for some time the ac...

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 July 1887

Tub question now naturally arises as to who is the champion at crawfishing Cleveland or Kalakaua? Enoli.su papers are making great sport of lTesident Cleveland's jubilee letter to his "great and good friend" Victoria. ' The Lawrence Tribune is apologiz ing for an item threatening to publish the names of citizens who receive con signments of beer from Kansas City. Home, Georgia, voted on last Satur day under the local option law of that state, carrying prohibition by a vote of .lis to :m. At election two years ago the town went "wet." It is astonishing how much advice is showered upon the veterans by men whom nothing less 'than a stout draft horse would have gotten south of the Ohio river in IWl-'o. Thk new Hawaiian premier, W. L. Green, is an American, a member of the G. A. It., of which there are two lKsts in the Sandwich Islands. lie was premier six years ago. Tun lA'avenworth Standard says "damnation I too good" for the men who are eternally running down their own town, and who g...

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 July 1887

State Historic! Society i ESTABLISHED IN 1857. EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSD A Y.B JULY 21 1887 VOL. 30.--NO 28 . V J - J I j IV I TIED TO A STAKE. A Child Tied by the Wrists to Stake in the Sun Without Food or Water Until it Dies. A Farmer Murdered by a Neighbor for Fifty Dol ars. The Latter Hang by a Hob of iBluri. ated Men. A Saloon Blown Oat of Fxtstenoe by Dynamite, Bhutan Iflaraar. Little Rock, Ark., July 18. News of a most inhuman murder comes from Riverside, Arkansas. A man living near Riverside bad a step-son five years old wbom he greatly disliked. lie was known to treat him most cruelly. A few days ago he tied the child by the wrists to a stake, in the hot sun, with out food or water, until he died. When found the cords at the wrists had cut into the flesh and the wounds were full of worms. The fiend, finding his vic tim was dead, armed himself and took to the woods. EtjrBCfce for 9Iartlrr. Nelson, Neb., July 18. A farmer named Conrad, held here for the mur der, Thursday last, ...

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 July 1887

THE NEWS. JY TlIK NEWS COMPANY. "tn tared at the PontoiHoe at Emporia as Beoonil does Matter. J'obllsbed JCvery Tbarsday at Eapori Lyoa County, Ki Price, $1.00 a Sear la Advance. A. O. NEWOOMB, EDITOR. CHAM. JlAHitiH, ASSOCIATB KDITOK AVD Hl'HISKAS MABTAGEB . THURSDAY, JULY 1, 1887. Cleveland ana Jen. Davis are troubled by the name disease: They write too many letters. . It 13 claimed la the east that Dr, McGIynn will probably be the candi date for president of the united labor party in 1H8S. An enterprising physician in Australia advertises: "i will pay one lialf the f uneral ejcpenses in cases where I ana not successful"." UK Chicago Times denounces .the pope for excommunicating McGlynn, and characterizes the act as an insult to the inte'ligence of mankind. 1 B Toprka Journal says Emporia h is the handsomest business street in jviiu, nu mai xopeKa is preparing ner Kansas avenue ho as to rival it. rt. . . . jiik men engaged in making new streets for lopeka are out on a" strike. Tl ...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 21 July 1887

$ (; i i ' 4 1 1 t': . r i. V V J A t f JAKE SHAEPE. The PrinM.of Boodlen Sentenced by Judge Barrett. The Penalty Fixed at Four Yean Hard Labor And to Fay a Fine of Five Thouand Dollars, Motion for a New Trial Orerroled by the Court, York, July 14. It was 11 o'clock when Sharp's carriage drove away from the Jail, and just twenty minutes later it stopped before the county court bouse. The party alight ed and passed through the line made for them by the police through the waiting crowd of curious spectators to the sheriff's office, and thence to the court room, bharp was so weak that in going to the carriage from, the jail it was necessary for the officers guard ing him to support his tottering form. Judge Barrett, whose illness yesterday compelled a postponement of the con victed man, bad recovered sufficiently to-day to be present in court. The clock was indicating almost twelve when Sharpewas carried into the court room, ills suffering wife and son-in-law were close behind him, and...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 21 July 1887

TIIIHD SF-JII-ANXlTALi OTATEMIRTOrTBI Citizens Bant of Eeioria. Emporia, Kansas, July 2, 1887. RESOURCES. linnii and discounts 7... S140.W7.83 rurrent expenses and taxes paid.... X,lM.Ytm Purniuira and fixture- l,iu.Il Due from other banks.... Overdraft tfr5.l Cash on hand ToUl LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid In I'ndivtdud profit Doosita Total .... U0.4J6.36 ...ilUMlHJW ...$-Kf,510.00 ... 7.IS7.13 .... lOO.tKflJST ...AlV&jMJO BTATE OF KANSA8, LrOH CllNKTY. 1 I. I. vv. kahtmam. cashier of the above named bank, l solemnly swear the above statement la true to the bent of tny knowledge ami belief. 1. w. kimhih, tawnier. rlutMcribod and iwurn to before me this 12th day of July, lvl. K. W. CCNNINOHAM. Notary public Examined and found eorox;t. It. A. HTAHL ANIIHKW HINDSHAW, WILLIAM CLAKKK. liank Examiners. The third semi-annual dividend of 6 prr pent win ne one aim payable at toe nana al ter July 1"., 17. 1 W. RASTMV.rhlpr. IlKfl'IILIf A COINXV COXVEIf. Tli ere will be hehl In the city...

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. — 28 July 1887

!4 M JkX 4 EMPOEIAf KANSAS, THtTRSD AY,SJtTLY 2F1887 ESTABLISHED IN 187. VOL. 30.--NO 29 1 :;kw$ II 'V V. f r;- r. I) in 4 I Y y Kict en U the w. camp of democrat" Comment M, MIDNIGHT MOB. Nebraska City the Scene of a Lynch, lug Saturday Night. She'lenberger, the Child Murderer, the Victim. Mayor Francis Invites the President to St, Louis. The Latter Accepts, bat the Date is not Named. Nebraska, City, Neb., July 24. Shortly after midnight 850 men, all armed, came quietly into town, went silently to the jail and demanded en trance. It was refused. The men then proceeded to dig under the Jail walls. In this way they soon effected an entrance into the. jaiL ' bbellenber ger, the notorious murderer, who killed his child in 1885, was taken from his cell by the men and hanged in the jail yard, Shellenberger was strung up six times to force him to make a confes sion, but he persistently declared bis innocence. Shellenberger's child disappeared some two years ago, and as no account of its w...

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 July 1887

THE NEWS. JiX TI1E NEWS COMPANY. Tutored at the Poetoffice at Kmporla m Beooud-Una Matter. abllahed Every Thursday Lyon County, Kui at Kmporla rrlea. $ I.SO a fear la AdruM. A. II. NEWCOMB, Editor. CHA8. MAKOIS, Associate Editor ad IIUKtNaSS UiliUIH. THURSDAY, JULY 28, 1887. Onk hundred and eight natural gas companies have been organized in Kan sas. ' Tiik papers of Caldwell, Kansas, each receive 90. a month for extra copies which are sent east. Solon's editor inut have returned from his charity tour, judging by the manner in which the plate sheet whines Til Kit k are more towns in Kansas that have street cars and electric light than any other state in the Union in proportion to the number of her villages and cit ies. Two tlioiirtaiiu'r rench Canadians are 0:1 the verge of htarvalion in Manville, Rlnxle Island, tn account of low wages for uionthH, which hud ended up by shutting down all the mills. Tiikke is a law in Kansas forbidding the capture, killing or ensnaring of the red bird...

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. — 28 July 1887

Mother u Dead." ftorrov broods 'upon blackened wins. Death has oome with It erual sting-; Heart axe bleeding, pleading and crushed. While room ara darkened and voices hushed. A. motiwr sleeps, and world of ear Hu passed from the brow of marbla there; And the sweet, wblta Upa ara closed for are. Heedless, at last, to the children' oiy. A motberlea brood, with aching heart. a new, irtM Nothing ro A new. freah grief, aa each day depart: Doming remains save a deep, black pall. And mookltur eahoaa Uunuib room and naTI Echoes of earth on a coma lid. Thoughts of a faoa forever bid, Phsf la of pain that pierce and rend, bobbins farewell to our only friend. Kohoe of mother word and on-. Echoes that come In a harrying throng t Binaneas, and lore, and patient way. Of watchful oare through nights and darn. . Hemarr of hand with toll aoaualnt. Of burden borne with no oomptalnt: Echoes of prayers, and hopes, and fear, A perfect trust through man years; Echoes of that w did or said To whiten the h...

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. — 28 July 1887

COSTEtt. There will bo held In the city of m porta, Lyon county. Kansas, on ruiiAr, thi jmth oat or A cou sr. 1887. AT lUi't'U A. M. republican county convention, for the pur mm) of placing In nomination eandhlates for flection to county offices, to-wlt: County clerk. Treasurer. Kritcr of doods. , Midriff. County Surveyor. . CiironiT. Commissioner for the First llirtct, com posed of I ho oily and township of Kmporla. The apiiortlonment, by preelncta. of the delegate to the convention la bwd upon the vote eust at the Utat general election for the republican nominee for secretary of state, and la aa follow: , Township. - Preelncta. Delegates. Am. citr.....::::.:::-- Americus ... IT I Section ..i Koek Creek Hitler - 4 ! Hartford 13 Kluiundaro S Summit 2 Fowlers 13 Craiga IT 8 i Neosho Rapids 9 Tray lors Plymouth 0 1 1'utty .... t 7 6 Center . .. Elinenduro. Emporia ... Fremont.... ir Jackson .... Pike Readlna- ... Waterloo. Emporia City. Flint ward 13 Second ward ..- 10 Third ward .. 1...

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. — 4 August 1887

State EUtoriealSocr V 4 . 1 1 . I I S . I . t 1 I ' ' 1 J . I J . J I I 1 1 ESTABLISHED IK 1857. EMPORIA!, KAN8A8,THURSDAY,:AUGUST:4: 1887 VOL. 30.--NO 30 f 1: T It Il'GABIGLB'S ESCAPE. Captain Irwin Tells How He Was Smuggled Through. Detecti?ea Hade Gloriously Drank on Sherry Brandy. Mao. Says He Will be Back and frove His Innocence, cut n wui wot do uoonaea as a Rascally Thief. Chicago, Aug. 1. A special from Tort Huron, Michigan, gives another account of McGarigle' landing in Can aia. It appears that when the tug Orient approached the schooner Blake, which was last in a tow of four vessels, the schooner Marsh. .. next . ahead, dropped the tow line and the Blake dropped rapidly astern. Her captain rushed forward, together with his crew, and raised a tremendous row for a couple of minutes, keeping the atten tion of those on board the tng. Mean while McGarigle, who had been trans ferred to the Marsh in the straits, as reported some days ago, was bundled into a yawl and was pulled as...

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. — 4 August 1887

THE NEWS. THE NEWS COMPANY. tutored at the Po to nice at Emporia a Second Cine Matter. .?ebllshed Kvery Thand) at Emporia Lyon Cooaty, Price, $1.80 a Tear la Adnat. A. B. NEWOOMB, EotTOB. CHAS. HARRIS, ASSOCIATM EDITOB, AltD Bcsi.tcsa Masaoek. . TIIUKSDAY, AUGUST 4, 1887. Tile farmers of Crawford county have decided to plant no more wheat, In order to starve out the chinch bugs. Mrs. Cleveland is the youngest lady who has ever been the mistress of the white bouse. She was only twenty-three years old last Thursday. The Topeka State Journal says that the Kaw river has the same green ap pearance that it had in 18-55, the year that cholera visited this country. ji i A c A bleu bam from Rome states that the pope has decided that there is no reason for papal interference with the Knights of Labor. This decision has been communicated to Cardinal Gibbons. A on eat truth: Lager beer is a bet- ler cmnK man wtmky on a not day. Another great truth: Ice water is a better drink than lager beer on...

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. — 4 August 1887

OHIO CONVENTION: John Sherman Made Chairman. Pennanen Governor Forakra Renominated by Acclamation. Protection Of First Importaxee Americans. to Factional Feelings Boried and Every thing Earmonions. Toledo, Ohio, July 28. The repub lican state convention was called to or der at 10 o'clock by Temporary Chair man Ryan. The committee on creden tials and rules reported, which were adopted, and ex-Governor Charles Fos ter, chairman of the committee on res olutions, read the platform, which was as follows: The republican party, in convention assembled, submits to the people of OMo the following declaration of its principles: We are In favor of a protective tariff, to secure to American citizens the privilege of supplying every article which can be produced as well in the United States as in other countries, and sufficiently to sup, ly American wants. Such a tariff makes a demand for and gives employment to the labor of American citizens, and thereby aids In securing just compensation for l...

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 August 1887

cosrvEif- There will bo hold In the city of Emporia, Lyon county. KanHaa, ON.rUDAT,TRI 9)TH DAT OF AUODHT, 1WT. At 10 O'CIXCK A. M. republican county convention, for the pur pose of placing In nomination candluaUw for election to county offices, to-wlt: 'ounty clerk. Treasurer. Hefrlatr of deed. Sheriff. County Surveyor. Coroner. CommliMloner for the Fint district, com posed of the city and township of Emporia, Tbe apportionment, by precinct, of the deletratea to the convention la baaed upon the vote cast at the last general election for tbe republican nominee for secretary of state, and la a follows: Townships. Precincts. Delegates. Ague. aty...H..WV........- Amerloua. Center .... ... 17 L Section 4 . Hoe Creek S f Hitler 4 i Hartford la Elmendaro. Emporia ... Fremont.... . Elmendaro.. 8 1 Summit t i Fowlers 13 I i-raia-a y 8 K J r..pA?.::.::::.:::: I vika Plymouth........ a 1 Patty . .... 6 Reading 7 Waterloo 6 First ward .. 12 Fourth ward 11 Total 171) 11 ia nwimmnnam Dy tne cent...

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 August 1887

CtfcUEUtticfcl Society ; . : $ W IP... ESTABLISHED TN 1857. EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 11 1887 VQIi. 30.-10 31 1m II . I I III i ft K TURNED SPY. Klehm, One of the Chicago Boodlerr, Desert His Pala, Aad Tightens the Coils by Divulging their Plans. A Prominent Atlanta Gentleman Killed by Accident. One Michigan Farmer Kills Another trim Ambush. Chicago, III., Aug. 8. The almost incredible story of how Geo. C. Klehm, president of county board, played the part of a spy upon his associates throughout the boodle trial is made pub lic this morning. The gist of the story is, that Klehm, to save himself from the penitentiary, agreed to act as detective for state's attroney and serve him with all information possible regarding the plans of the boodlers and their lawyers during the trial. After that Klehm at tended all meetings of thi defendants and was a close observer of every thing said and done, and State's Attorney Grinnell received notice of every . plan of the defense. So much so...

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 August 1887

sat-asa mi .sss w w 3Y THE NEWS COMPANY, i Entered as the PoVjfflo at Smporla M Pabllahad Kvary Thursday at EaywU Iyoa County, Frlee. II. 8 O a Imi la KruM. A. B. NEWOOMB, Editor. CHaS. HARRIS, ASSOCIATE KDITOK ASP Bcsinsu XaaauKK. TTIUBSDAY, AUGUST 11, 1887. Tele Kansas City police scandal Is now the sensation at the Kaw's month. Wht Wichita should be jealous of Topeka. for instance, we fail to see. uommonweann. So do we. "Wichita, is now much agitated as to the location of the Burton Car works, and there is a big struggle going on as to what portion ot that city will secure the prize. . The St. Joseph Daily News came out a few days ago in a 28-page edition, on a new press and with at new dress all the way through. It looks as pretty as a bran new bride just after the wed ding. - - Am exchange says: "The attorney general went to Kansas City, Kansas, loaded for bear," and the sug gestion is made that, judging by his ac tions, it was not bear but beer he war after. Wouldn't a buildin...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
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