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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 11 August 1887

STBAW MEN. Fraudulent Drafts for Surveyor's Services Discovered Ex-CongressmesSSaid to Have a Hand In the Deal. The New Mormon. President Hiding from Justice. Anti-Prohibitionists Claim 100,000 Majority in Texas. Pna4ilal TnMirr OnfU. Mew YoEK,Aug. 6. Several months ajro a letter from the surveyor general of California fell like a thunderbolt within the walls of the general land of fice. It is asserted that this letter in question contained certain United Ktates treasury drafts, which the sur veyor general had received direct from the treasury department, with a num ber of others, to deliver to certain per sons whose addresses he was to ascer tain. These drafts were in fact for payment or satisfaction of claims for services rendered as deputy surveyors of public lands. In returning these drafts he stated that he has failed to find the payees of the drafts. The ir regularity of the proceedings was ap parent to the sharks, for upon careful comparison of the plats and accounts, in sati...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 11 August 1887

COSTER. There will be held In the city of Em port, Lyon oounty. Kansas. on ruiAr,THi bm-h bat or acqcbt, 1887. AT 10 O'CIX.K A. M. a republican county convention, for the pur pose of placing in nomination candidates for election to count offices, to-wil: County clerk. Treasu rer. Kt'if inter of doeda. fcborllT. County Snrreyor. Coroner. Commissioner for the First dint Hot, com posed of the city and township of Kmporia, The apportionment, by precincts, of the delegates U the con vent Ion la baaed upon the vote oast at the laat general election for the repuhlioan nominee for aecretary of state, and la aa follows: Townships. Precincts. Delegates. Aanea City. Americus... Center City.. len Section.... Koch Creek Bltler , Hartford Elmendaro... Summit Fowlers......... Crmljfs Elmendaro. Emporia .. Fremont... Iry i Neosho Itanida iTraylors 8 Pike j Plymouth 6 " 1 Patty 6 Readlna"..... , 7 Waterloo 6 (First ward .. 12 Emporia City. fJZ"""""""' ?2 " 1 Third ward. I Fourth ward. 11 ToUl 170 It...

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. — 18 August 1887

(tip ; 1 ESTABIilSHED TN 1857. EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 17 1887 SENSATIONAL REPORT. A Statement Received of a U. S. Fish log Schooner Being Fired on and Sank by a Can adian Cruiser. Lively Developments Growing Out o: the Chataworth Disaster. Senator Riddleberger Lays In Jil at Winchester. New Youk, Aug. 15. An Ottawa special to the Herald says: A gentle man who arrived here Saturday even ing from liuctouche, a small village on the Gulf of St. Lawrence shore of New Brunswick, tell a startling and sensa tional story, lie says that a .Ashing schooner belonging to the United btates has leen sunk, by a shot from one of the Canadian cruiaers, and that all on tmard were lost. The statement appears incredible, but the reliability of uio person wuo communicated it can te depended upon. He states that one mailt about eight days ago. wiiile sleeping in a house in Uuctouche, himself and his wife were awakened by loud reports, Tliey heard nothing further and concluded that the noise was...

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. — 18 August 1887

THE NEWS -iY T1IE NEWS COMPANY. Tutored at the Postomee as Emporia M rJeoond Class Matur. ?nbllahed Kvery Thursday at Km porta Lyon Cosusty. KiniM. PriM. $IAO a Year la Adfaaa. A. B. NBWCOMB, Editok. CHAS. HARRIS, AsaociaTa Editor axd BCSIHESS Mamagkh. TnUBSDAY, AUGUST 18. 1887. ?T 18 saM there are mure town lots in W.cliita than there nre people in Sedg wick county. The next meeting of the Kansas Svxt lay School association takes place May next at McPherson. Fort Worth is advertising itself as the only large town of Texas which gave a majority for prohibition. Ax 'item is going the rounds of the Kansas papers to the effect that the jack-rabbit crop this year will be a large one. The Commonwealth says: The St. John who helped boodler McGarigte to escape from Chicago to Canada is not John P. St. John of Kansas. What will Fort Scott do at the Kan sas City exposition? Fort Scott Tri bune. Chew molasses candy and eat ginger bread, of course. President Cleveland has sent a letter to the ...

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. — 18 August 1887

BMLBOAD HORROR. Aa Excursloa Train Rons Into Burning Calvert. Ten Cart and Two Engine Filed on Top of Kich Other. Seventy Daad B idles Taken from the Wreck. One Hundred and Fifty Wounded Be ing Cared for. Chicago, 111., August 11. Adis patcb from Chatsworth says, a train left Bloomington last night for Niagara Falls, on the Illinois Central, the in tention being to go by that road as far as Chatsworth, and from thence by way of the Toledo, Feoria & Warsaw. As tbe train neared Piper City, a little town in i ora county, the bridge cross ing Vermillion river gave way, plung ing the engine and several cars down a steep embankment into tbe stream. Tbe cars caught fire from the lamps, and a fearful panic ensued. On inves tigation it was found that nearly one hundred excursionists were killed or injured. Tbe conductor of a Chicago & Alton passenger train which Just ar rived in Chicago from Bloomington, where the Toledo, Teoria & Warsaw, and Chicago & Alton railroads connect...

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. — 18 August 1887

BEPrI.CAX COUNTY COSVEIC TIOS. There will bo held In the city of Emporia, Lyon county. Kuniuu, uk ,nuutr, th iWrH dat or august, 1887. AT 10 O'CWH'K A. M. a rrrpublloan county convention, for the pur pone of platting- la nomination candidates for election to oounty otUous, to-wit: bounty clerk. Trouurer. KKi"r of deed. Kuerlff. County Surveyor. Corouer. UorainiMloner for the First district, oom posed of the city and township of Emporia, The apportionment, by precincts, of the delegate to the convention la Iwaed upon the vote cast at the last general election for the republican nominee for secretary of state, and la as follows: Township. Affnea City. Americas... Precincts. 1 Arties City. , '1 Allen Delefratea. : i 1 Section 4 Center 4 Hock Creek. 1 Hitler - 4 Hartford : 13 Klmeiularo ....... a JElmendaro.... Buuimlt t Emporia ... Fremont. ... i Fowlers IB 1 Cralfc-s 17 a 6 ivy.... Jaokann J Neosho Bapids ... Jackson Traylors 8 -piw. (Plymouth........ 1 P"y . Readlnr Waterloo First wa...

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. — 25 August 1887

V 14 I I r o - ESTABLISHED IN 185T. EMPORIA, AS y THURSDAY, AUGUST 25 1887 VOIj.30.-NO 34 iiA "Jp I Hi 1 I II f 1 el -I I 4 , i I- f v I I 4 " r " ) J 1 ' SECOND BULL RUN. Stoiy of Gen. Pope's Campaign t in Virginia. ITS QUABTEB CENTENARY. Hot Fighting from Cedar HouUla to Chantilly. The Campaign Begin at Cedar Moan , tola, the Bth of Aafut, 1863 It End with Pope's Retreat to Washing-ton, September 1 righting Every Stop of the War The Three Days Battle at 1 Ball Has, Gainesville, Orovetoa end It u a quarter of a century ago on Juno 90 that Maj. (Jen. John Tope waa appointed to command tike Army of Virginia. The scattered forces of . Banks, Fremont and McDowell tb had been demoralized by the morements C Stonewall Jackson In the Shenandoah TaUey were to to be united Into one army, the Army of Virginia, and -pat under one head. That head waa Gen. Pope. There were three corps under the com manders named. Fremont resigned when Fops was appointed, and his corps the First was given to Oen....

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. — 25 August 1887

THE NEWS iV TUENKAVS COMPANY. 'nterei at tn- P .tuulre at Emporia mwnid 1 1 . Mat' or mbllabed .Every 1 hands? at Km porta Lyon County, Hum.. Price, $I.BO m fear In Advance. A. B. NKWCOMB, Eorrou. CRAB. HABRIS, Associate Editou iD Bcsiabss Managkk. THURSDAY, AUGUST 18, 1887. Maxwell, the murderer of l'reller, lias been received into the Catholic church. And now it is claimed that Senator Riddleberger of Virginia ia slightly de ranged just enough to keep him out of 'jail. Tbb engineers on the Mexican Cen tral railroad are on a strike. This is one of the first strikes to take place in that country. The Washington hotel men are mad at Grover because he snubs delegations and thus materially reduces the num ber of people coming to the city. Tennessee will have the next inter esting prohibition campaign. About fifty speeches per day are being made in that state in favor'of the prohibition amendment. J. O. Davidson of Wichita took the entire 1200,000 in stock required by the Burton Car Wor...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 25 August 1887

SERIOUS WRfcCKS. Five People Injured by a Train Leav ing the Track. A Falling Elevator Kills a Woman- Several iBjored. C, B. & Q. Freight Trams Collide With Serious Results. The B.&0. Accident Caused by De. fective Brakes. A Tnla Wracked. rrrrsBiiBO, Ta., Aug. 18. Chicago express No. 8, on the Cleveland & l'ittaburg road, which left Chicago yesterday afternoon, jumped the track at llayard station, near Alliance, Ohio, at 4 o'clock this morning, wrecking one car. One person was killed and three were seriously wounded. When the crash came l'orter Warner ran to the forward platform and jumped, but got off on the wrong side of the car ana when it fell over on its side he was buried under it. Fortu nately, there were only three passen gers and a flagman on the sleeper. The casualties were: O. Warner (colored), porter, Pitts burgh crushed to death. J. It. Maloney, Detroit, badly cut about the face, head and breast, and believed to be fatally injured. W. II. Donniston, 1'ittsbu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 25 August 1887

COXVEPT- Tbsre will be held in the city of Emporia, Lyon county. Kansas. OI (jmiUAT, TBI SfirtTH DAT Or AUGUST 1867. AT 10 O'CIXCK A. M. publloan county convention, for the pu r poM of placing in nomination candidates for lection to county omoes, lowll: County clerk. Treasurer. Register of deeds. bhertff. ' County 8unreyor. Coroner. Com in tsx toner for the First district, com posed of the elty and township of Kniporia, The apportionment, by precincts, of the delegates to the oonrenUun is Immxi upon the vote cast at the last general election for the republican nominee for secretary of stale, and Is as follows: Townships. Precincts. Delegates. ... j ALen.....:::::::::::::: Aasrkra Section... . ent tar. Rock Creek Hitler .., Hartford... . Klmendaro.... mendaro. I Summit Kmporla . Fremont.. Ivy i Fowlers I Crmlirs Jt. i Neosho Rapids w Jackson iTraykirs 3 Pike Plymouth... I ratty... A Beading Waterloo .... Kmporla City, 7 First ward ... Heoond ward.. Third ward.. .. Fourth ward.. 13 lo...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 1 September 1887

ESTABMSHED IN 1857. EMPOEIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 187 VOL. 30.--NO 35 . r I-:"' i f : 1 ,'- -V. i i Who. BOTrES WALLS. Wiehita'i New Opera House Tumbles to the Ground. Tha Collapse Dae to an Inferior Qual ity of Brick Used. The Steamer Lillian Wrecked by torm at Sea. The Pleasure Boat Mohican Ezpe nances a Terriflo Passage. 8t. Louis, Aug. 29. A special to the Post-Dispatch from Wichita, Kansas, ays: Crawford & Daily's opera house walls, seventy-five feet hljrh, collapsed this morning at 11 o'clock .Nobody was hurt. The accident was due to the inferior quality of brick ued. TheloHS will amount to about l ,". Iliehouso was to have been opened September 16th. Aper Plrnta PaUar Cincinnati, Aug. 29. Wm. St. Clair , Boss, doing business as W. St. Clair Ross & Co., at Elm and Third streets, assigned to-day to II. I. Lloyd.' The firm has been doing a Jarere business as manufacturers and wholesale dealers in envelopes, cards, etc. Their failure was precipitated by eastern ...

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. — 1 September 1887

THE NEWS TIIK MEWS COMPANY. Yntnrod at the PusVilHue at Emporia u fionl i.Ium Matter. blUbMl Kvary Ibindajr at Emporia I.yoa Cnwly, " r Price, tl.oO a Vaar la Adfuo. A. B. NEWOOMB. Editor. riIA8. HARRIS. AssociATK Editob Atn THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1887. RKPlllLlt'AX CO 17XTY TICKET. County Clerk ounty 'I'riti.urc-r . Ib-Ki'lerof Immxim. 'or Sheriff County Surveyor. , ICO LAND LAKIN ... - EI.ZA MOOKB ..WAI.IMI WOKHTKR MATTHEW URIIWN ronT . t'oiniulxHiuntT Flmt lilst. T. K. MoMLLLAN J. W. KKOiiT J. hk latent Ial ia said to be wearing a smuil thermometer as a breast pin. when you write to any person on juur own iujjines3 aiiairs, encloee a postage tump if you expect-a reply J he annual state fair at Topeka commences Monday, September 19th, una continues to the 24th, inclusive. It is repoi trl that Col. Anthony will Ht.ti t it new uioinin paper in Wichita should he conclude the sale of theLeav eiiworth Times. Thk TiH-ka Journal is making many 1 1 Tends M-cause of the libel suit it has o...

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. — 1 September 1887

From Friday' Daily. COUNTY CONVENTION. Proceedings of th Lyon Connty Re vpublican Convention. Roland Lakin Chosen for Clerk and D. A. Stahl for Treasurer Seven Billots Cist for Nominee for lister of Deeds, And Elza Moora of vy Carries off the Coveted Prize. Full Reco-d of All the Billots Uj to Hour of Gsing to Frees. The Lyon county republican conven tioii met Friday morning in Whitley opera bouse, and at 10:15 was called to order by Judge Fletcher, chairman of ttie county central committee, and W. B. Jay, secretary of the committee, read the call. Mr. Cunningham nominated W. S. Jay for temporary chairman, which was seconded and unanimously con curred in by the delegates present. Mr. A. Vf. Plumb of Heading was chosen temporary secretary and W. J. Jones as assistant secretary. On motion, the chair was instructed to appoint a committee of five on order of buHiueHs and five on permanent or ganization. A motion was then made and sec onded that each delegation appoint one of their numbe...

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. — 1 September 1887

A cokuespkndknt of the Kauaa Citjt Times says tliat Senator P. B. Plumb's income frji&iO.OOOa yar. An Ki; tlie lirst day of September anl until the flint day of "December it will be lawful to kill prairie chickens. Quails may be killed from November 1st to January 1st. Mu. An Max, the cashier of a large Chinese grocery house in New York, ban taken a large sum of the firm's money and gone to Canada. Surely the Mongolian is fast learning the ways of civilization. James McDonough. ex-roadmaster of the 'Frisco, was shot at Fredonia Saturday ovening by Charles Kennett, who was drinking without any appar ent cause. K. C. Star. 1'uHsibly lie was thirsty. Til in is the kind of weather that should revive the old chesnut concern ing the young man who spent his mon ey during the summer lor ice cream and is now scooting about with a straw hat and nankeen trousers. That eminent medical authority. Dr. Henry Hun. says there are thirteen ililTercnt diseases that are directly tracahle to the lii...

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. — 8 September 1887

; i ; r ESTABLISHED IN 1857. EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBERS, 1887 VOIi.30.NO 36 vv x i is 15 1 i.i iti is-a 11 i; a 2 y. T4 ! . r s 4 ' I 1 i BRAGG AND BUELL. Tho Invasion of Kentucky Twpntj-flvo Years Ago. RACING FOR LOUISVILLE. Tbo Battles at Richmond Perryville,. Ky. and A Km, for Chattanooga Kald of the Confederate Geua. Morgan tad Klrby Hutth la Kentucky Consternation at Cincinnati It Mbm by Gen. Lew. Watlac Dvath of Gen. William Hel-wa-HrMt Uefeue of Col. Wilder at Muaford.rlll Knee and Chase. "Th attempt tudoutroy the Union of tbeae state we believe to be a crime, not only against Kentucky but against all mankind." bo declared tbo loyal legislature of Ken tacky lu the autumn of 131. At the tame time a bill was passed calling oat 40,000 Union volunteers. .In ttja srinUwirn part of the state, however, there was strong secession sentiment, and early in September, 18G1, Bishop Leonidas folk had occ-apied Columbus, Ky., with a considerable Confederate force. Finally it was ...

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. — 8 September 1887

THE NEWS THE NEWS COMPANY. Totered at the Postonlce at Xmporla m Seooad-Class MtOar. iabUshed Bvery Tamratlay a atmperle lri Coaaty, ' PrlM. a hu ta AdnsM. A. B. NEWOOMR, Editor. CHAS. HAKRIS. AssoctATB EditOB Awn Bcbibbm Mamaou. TIIUBSDAT, SEPTEMBER 8, 1887. Do dob City Is to haye a $40,000 pa per and twine factory which will fur nish employment for 2,000 men. Atchison is becoming noted for its centipedes. They are found In the bois d'arc blocks used for the paving. The state of Illinois has formally as sumed the responsibility of taking care of the old home of Lincoln, at Spring field. . n i i IIenrt Geobob is reported to have recently stated that if elected he "would appoint men who got me the moat votes to all the offices." Mitctuell county has twenty-six can didates for register of deeds in the field. This knocks the wind out of Lyon county. She only had eleven. - In Chicago a few days ago a Mr. Halter married Miss Hope, and the officiating clergyman was Rev. Mr. Knott. Wonder ...

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. — 8 September 1887

CRIMINAL RECORD, i Consul Brlgham Assaulted by a Mex ican Justice.- A Chicago Policeman Badly Wounded by a Chinaman. Tbe Decision in the Anarchists Case Will be Confirmed. - A Drunken Peddler Bids Himself of His Family with a Gon. El Taso. Aug. 31. At 4 o'clock yes terday evening United States Consul Itngham and United States Acrent Co- wart of the Mescallero Apaches went to bllV WUXk 1 Wkl VI l UUKQ 4UUU1S, H mag istrate of Paso del Norte, to transact some business regarding the recovery of stolen goods from the Indians. Tliev waited until 6 o'clock and then went to the residence of the judge to see why ne aiu not come according to agree ment, lie toiu tnem nis interpreter was not present and that he had more important business on hand, and the consul ana txwart walked away. They felt, insulted and lirigham said he would inform his government. Zubia ran several steps down the walk and coming up behind Urigham struck him a heavy blow on the head. The latter started to use his cane a...

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. — 8 September 1887

REPUBLICAN COUSTT TICKET. County Clrrk County Trtmsurer Koirlxurof IMjOdS ROLAND I.AKTN ......... I). A.8TAHL . EI.ZA MIN)HK ...WAMN) WORSTKH ..MATTHEW IIKOWN ror hhcriff County Surrey or .... toroner . J. W. KROST Cominlssionor First lilst. .. T. E. McMILLAN Senator Cullom of Illinois believes that the interstate commerce law is working well. It is said that Fred Grant is a can didate for the republican nomination for secretary of state of New York. Tile Masonic societies of Chicago bare expelled from membership all who were in any way connected with the boodlcrs. Henry Shaw, the St. Louis philan thropist, has erected his own tomb stone in the well known botanical gar den bearing his name. It U of marble, very handsome and was built under Mr. Shaw's personal supervision. The Kansas City Times ends a long drawn out controversy us to the differ ence between a newspaer man and a journalist, by stating that "a newspa per man is what you call yourself, a journalist is what other ieople ...

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. — 15 September 1887

State Historical Society fWWi iff 'ti'ffi) " ' Iff H Y : i - - ESTABLISHED IN 1857. EMPORIA, KANSAS, THTJBSD AT, SEPTEMBER 15, 188', VXL. 30,-ETO 37 - II v .4 A BASH ACT. J. C. Harris Carries Horns two Ballets In His Brain Beemse He Would Not Marry Pretty Loa Morrison. Hamilton, the Accused Train Wrecker, Acquitted. A Switch on the C. K. & N. Broken and a Train Wrecked. Engine, Mall and Baggage Coaches Badly Smashed. MkM ay m Baaatlfal (rL . Clbvkland, Ohio, Kept. 1Z. -A special from Cambridge, Ohio, says: J. C. Harris was shot twice in the head in the Bostwlck hotel at this place. "With two ballets in his brain, he stag gered to the depot and boarded the train for Caldwell, some miles south, which he reached in an exhausted con dition. Harris ssys that a beautiful young girl named Lou Morrison did the shooting because he would not consent to marry her. He will probably die. nrere4 aad. Bobbed. Pittsburg, Ta., Sept. 12. A man named Wm. McCausland, who was buying cattle at McC ar...

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. — 15 September 1887

THE NEWS iY THE BV COMPANY. Tntersd st the Postoffles at Emporia m Benasul-tAa Mur. Vubllsbed Ever Thursday at Eat port Lyoa County. Kuau. Prlee. $1.89 a tea la Alnott. A. B. NEW COMB, Editor. CHAS. I1ARE1S, Associats Editob aud Bcsistem Masaokb. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1887, Tub cut rate. $8, from Missouri river points to Chicago ends Sunday, the IStb inst. The Salvation army of Kansas held a state convention at Emporia, on the 27th of August. Clay Center Dispatch, No it didn't. A poet dolefully exclaims: "Ah! where are the girls of long ago!" Don'l know and don't care. The girls of the present are good enough for us. The Garden City Herald will com mence to get out ' "boom editions' again in a few days. These boom edi tions of the Herald have probably done more for Garden City than any other one thing. P. P. Pomkkoy, a reporter on the Omaha Jlerald, has brought suit against Chief of Police Seavy for $10, 000 damages for alleged illegal arrest and imprisonment. Seavy arrested Pomer...

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