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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 15 September 1887

FURIOUS GALES. The Coast of Labrador Swept by a Pittiiesg Storm. Nomeroof Vessels Wrecked and the Crews Lost Destruction Dealt Oat Wherever the Gale Touched. New York and Massachusetts aged by Wind. Dam St. Johns, N. F., Sept. 7. Tlie Bteamer Plover has arrived from the north and reports a great storm along the Labrador coast. She brings back the crews of eight vessels wrecked there. Fears are entertained that many other v-ssela have been lost. LATER REPORTS. lleports, daily arriving from all parts of the country, go to show that the gale of the IBith of August was one that will long be reuiemliered for loss of life and the extent of damage sustained from it. At and around the island of St. i'ierre tiie gale raged in all its fury. A vessel, name unknown, was wrecked on the back of Lougly Island, near St. I'ierre, and as no trace of her crew has yet been found it is feared that they must have all met witli a watery grave. Several large vessels went ashore on Dog Island, near St. I'ie...

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. — 15 September 1887

nwtrvnitVA.il coinrrTTicKirr. County rierk. .'. . . -4 County Trcjtfiurer . lUtflxUT of lieeds. For htrllX . .... touiity Surveyor . ROLAND IiAKTN I). A. BTAHL . EUA MOOKB . WAT.IXK WOKSTKtt ....MATTHKW UKOWN CoroiK'r . ... j. w. rawr Coinm uta lorwr First Hint . t. r. McMillan Business bouses in Connecticut who advertise for help say that "no one who rides a bicycle or has any interest in a base ball club need apply." A check for a million and three quarters sterling . was paid to the Bridgewater Navigation company late ly for its work on the Manchester canal. An admirer of the president writes that "Memphis," amongits decorations - for the presidential visit, will have four little pigs trained to stand in a row and twist their little tails into a magic sym bol, 1888." The Proctor Coal company of Jellico, Pennsylvania ought to start a koumiss factory. It is suid tliat.one of its mules is regularly milked by the stable lwys and gives nearly two gallons of milk a day. terior Kansas t...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 22 September 1887

State Historical Boclety kv. EMFJOKIA, KANSAS THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1887 ESTABLISHED IN 1857. VOL. 30.--NO 37 y ACCIDENTS BY BAIL Two Trains Running at Fall Speed - Collide Near Dubuque by Which Five lives are Lost. An Engineer, Fireman and Tramps Killed Two In a Freight Train Accident on the P. F. W. & C. B. R. E Chicago, Sept. 19. A News special from Dubuque, Iowa, says: A horri ble accident on the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul railroad, two miles north of the city, tonic place about 5:30 this morning. The north and south bound passenger trains collided at full speed. Fire persons were, killed outright and many injured. FKEIOIIT THAI Kg wrecked. Cincinnati, Sept. 19. A Times-Star Springfield, Ohio, special says: A col lision occurred this morning at Fos ter's crossing, east of that place, on the l'ittsburg. Fort Wayne & Chicago rail- roaa, neiween two Treigat trains, set ting on Are five oil cars, exploding a car of dynamite and killing live per sons, the tireman, Ed...

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. — 22 September 1887

THE NEWS JY TIIC NEWS COMPANY. "Sntcred at tb Potofflo at Emporia m Second-Cla Matter. P abltahed JCvary Thanda at Ewparla Lyen Cntaaty. Kawass. Priee, $I.ftO a Tatar la Adnux. A. B. NEWCOMB, EuiTOB. CHA3. HA EH 18, ASSOCIATE EpITOB ASD Bvstaicaa Masageh. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1887. State Senator Kelly of McPher son has grown too large for a country weekly and proposes to issue the Free man as a daily. TnK Council Grove Republican brings up the rear of the procession by proposing the name of Gov. Martin for commander-in-chief of the Grand Army of the Republic. Tiik Leavenworth Times thinks that with 5,000,000 bushels of old corn on hand and a crop this year of 1,000,000 bushels, Kansas will be able to worry through the year. Sik Dinsuaw Manockjee Petit, a Parsee mill owner of Bombay, has in twenty years given away a million dol lars for various benevolent purposes. Pretty fair for a benighted heathen. The supreme court of the state of Illinois yesterday confirmed the judg ment 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. — 22 September 1887

A CENTURY OLD. President Cleveland' Speech at Constitutional Convention. the Drissbaoh'a Failure Causa the Change In the Nevada Bank. American National Party vention. in i'nn miscellaneous Gist Quart err. .from all Philadelphia, September 17.- -I'resiuent Cleveland was at home to the people from 9 o'clock this morning . until half-past 10, when he stood in the "commissioner's room in the east wing of the city hall at Broad and Market streets and shook hands with the peo ple as they passed. The president. acwmpanieNi uy - oecreiaries Uayurd and Fairchild, who ?tood immediately behind him during tie reception, left tne Hotel Lafayette .shortly before tt ociock aim promptly upon the ap pointed time entered the city hall amid the cheers of the multitude. The space opposite Hie southern entrance oi me nuiiuing was rainy packed with people. At 10:30 the Dresidential rmrt w left the building and took carriages for vuo memorial meeting in Independence square where Mr. Cleveland made the ioi...

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. — 22 September 1887

CBEPVBL.ICAX COUSTY TICKET. County Clerk Cuuntjr Trwwurer lU'if intor of Deou. Kr Hberlff .... County Purveyor ....KOtAND LAKIT ......... I. A.HTAHL F.LZA MMKK ..WALIMJ WOKHTKH I .MATTHEW BWtWN xiruoer -J. W. rHOST CnumlM loner First Ult. . . T. B. McMLLLAN DF.HOCBAT1C COl'JStY TICKET. County Clerk.... County Treasurer Ht-K inter of DoetU ...... bherilf ... ..... County Surveyor........ I'finilliir - - . ..... ... p. fxltott T. U KTAN H. R. GHKKK John fkitts l Cumin ia loner, l int DUtrlct C. P. THEIS tOlXTV LA BOB TICKET. County Clork ... EDWIN PATNB County Treasurer.... J. W. KABTMAN Ketcister of Dtxxis SAM IB I. BUKDETT8 Hienff JR.8K W. (ittAY l'..iint HnrvV-vnr Wi. MpCHEAHY Coronor i J. M. HYDE ComwUsloner. First Ilt....A. A. HIC'KOX Tub estimates of the commissioner of pensions for the current fiscal year aggregate $70,04.1,230. A free pass was found on a man re cently discovered floating in the North River. Thin is the latest phase of a floating debt. The alliterative Dr. liur...

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. — 29 September 1887

- l : ) f: St&te Historical Soeisty ESTABLISHED IN 1857. EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1887 V If VOL. 30.--NO 39 ECCENTRIC IIURDEREB. A Vetaran's Unsuccessful Attempt at Murder. Commits Suicide by Throat. Cutting: His Anarchists' Wives Threaten Suicide ' if the Wont Comes. Indiana White Caps Whip Offensive Citizens. New Youk, Sept. 26. A Middle town, New York, special Bays: The northern suburb of this town, near the type foundry, wan aroused at S o'clock . yesterday morning by a woman appear ing on the street in her night clothes, stained with blood and screaming "murder." The woman was Mrs. Sa rah Henderson, widow of Win. M. Hen derson of the Eighty-seventh New York volunteers, who died while In the service. She draws a widow's pension, S12 per month, and lives with her young son at the scene of the tragedy. There has lived with the widow Henderson for twelve years past an unmarried veteran named Walter C. Brown. The family subsisted on his pension, $8 per month. He ...

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. — 29 September 1887

THE NEWS ;y the news company. tutored at the PviioffiM at Kmporla as Seoood- Class Muter. published Every Thursday at Emporia 1.70a County, Kanaaa. Prlee, SI.OO a Tear 1st Advance. A. B. NKWCOMB, Editor. CHAS. HARRIS, Associate Editor aid BUSINESS MASAOBK. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1887. Nlna Van Zandt lias the prospect of becoming a proxy widow. A genius over in Indiana proposes to raise truck by the aid of natural gas A vote will be taken in Dakota next November on the proposition to divide the territory. The probability is that the movement will be successful. 1 RESIDENT CLEVELAND had a SOI and swollen right band on Sunday last. During the two days be was in Phila delphia it was shaken by 20.000 people, According to the Atchison Cham pion there is so much work of all kinds in that city that it is next to impossi ble to hire men for an ordinary job. J. 1 ik clergy are constantly saying that trials are good for us, remarks the i ew York Herald. The anarchists are of the same opinion....

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. — 29 September 1887

HBS. PABSONS, Wife of the Condemned Anarchist, In Court For Distributing Clrculan Contrary to a City Ordinance. Analytical Testa to be Made of Stuff -Called Beer. A Gang of Smngg'ari Rounded Up in Texas. mrr, Parses Arraigned. Chicago, Sept. 24.-r-Mrs. rarsons, wife of the condemned anarchist, was arraigned before Judge Lyon this morning for violation of the city ordin ance against distributing circulars on tne street, in court Mrs. rarsons as sumed the air of a martyr. She claimed the ordinance was a dead letter. "1 hope." she said pleadingly to the judge "mas you will remrmuer wnere my nusDana is ana aeai wim me as you would wish your own wife to be dealt with under similar circumstances." The justice continued the case until Tuesday, allowing Mrs. Parsons to de part on her own recognizance. A Battle with Mas-clrs. SAN Antonio, Texas, Sept. 24. A posse was sent from the United State; marshal's office to Bio Grande City few days ago to capture a gang of smugglers, who were encamped...

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. — 29 September 1887

ufi'&MT fS-m'i V.I THE NEWS JY T11K NKWS COMPANY. ".ntersl at the Pubtofnce at Km porta M Sseuod Uu. MM Mr . blUhad Kvs Tbrntul at Emporia Lyon Caaatr Ki Prlo. f I.AO s f M.r Is, A4iuw. CHAS. HAKRIS, Max AO uu Editor akp Business THURSDAY, SE1TEMUER 2, 1887. BKPCBLICAS COVXTV TICKET. County Clerk..... County Tnnnurer .. .. rU-irtxUY nf Deeds..... for Htieriff C ounty Hurvoyor. ..... HO LAND LAKIN I. A. STAHL. ... .. EI.ZA MOOKK ...WAI.Ut WOKDTKK . .MA nilKW UKDWN inmtr ..i Com m Uw loner First Dint. ......J. W. KH1MT T. K. McMlLLAN DKHOCKATIC COl'TY TICKET. County Clerk P. ELLIOTT County Trouurer T. L. It VAN KiriHtr of Deeds N. B. OKP.KK Sheriff . JUHNFJUTTS uouniy eurreyor ............. Coroner .... Commiasiouer, lrst District C. P. TUEI8 COCSTY LA BO It TICKET. County Clerk County Treasurer... KKintr of Deeds... h her I IT C-ounty Surveyor. .. EDWIN PAYNE J. W. EASTMAN .8AM17KL BUUDKTTK .JKjiSK W. 1H.V ....WM. McCUKAKV .J. M. HYDK Commissioner, First Dint A. A. HICKOX There i...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 6 October 1887

ESTABLISHED IN 1857. EMPOKIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1887 VOIi.30.-NO 40 i CBIIIB AND CASUALTY. A Chicago Saloon Rifled on Fire. and Set Occupants Barely of the Upper Story tscape Cremation Chinaman Arrested for Enticing bins to His Den. Other Crimes, Casualties and Items of Interest. Chicago, Oct. 4. A most dastardly crime was committeed this morning at 873 Canal Street, the house being rob bed, its tenants chloroformed and bound, and the building fired. The first floor of the building was occupied by Frank Macha. He utilized the two front rooms as a saloon and billiard hall, and lives with his family In the rear. The upper story was occupied uy nve iamuies, mostly uooemiana, Macha closed his saloon last night as usual, promptly at 12 o'clock, and im mediately went to bed. At this time all the tenants . in the building were sound asleep, and about two hours later a noise below in the saloon roused a lady occupying the front room up-e lairs, bhe suspected that all was not righ...

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. — 6 October 1887

THE NEWS ;y the news company. Tatersd at the Pustoflles at Emporia M Beeoad Claaa Matter - abllahed Krary TnaraUay at Emporia Lyoa Coaiaty, Prloa. H.SO s Iwr la A4tum. CHA8. HARRIS, Mahadkb. KDITOa AKD B0SIHKM THURSDAY, OCTOBEB 6, 1887. Columbus, Ohio, is the place selected for the next national encampment of the G. A. B. It Is now announced that Dr. "Bum, Romanism and Rebellion" Burchard supports Grover for a second term. St. Louis is deserving of much credit for the magnificent manner In which she entertained the G. A. II- boys. No Wheeling incidents down there. Tiik product of sugar at the Parkin son works at Ft. Scott increases a little at every run. This is on account of the machinery being brought to more perfect running order. The Hutchinson Daily News recent ly published a boom edition of 60,000 copies. The business men of Hutchin son appreciate the value of liberal and continuous advertising. Mrs. Van Zandt, the mother of Spies' proxy wife, says if the anarchists are execut...

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. — 6 October 1887

SBETMCE AMSIIED. The Supreme Court Baling! In the Sharp Case. THe Ola Han Ordered to Serve His Time la Slug Binjr. . The Cowboy Fatal Shooting Affair la the Territory. A Postmaster Arrested for Stealing a Bottle of Catsup. New Yobk, Sept. 29 Tbo order of tne court In the case of Jacob Sharpe was settled by the general term of the supreme court to-day. It directs that the sentence imposed on Khunw ha . ried out. The order was settled byjude Van Buren, all of Sharpens lawyers and uie i vines attorney with his a&uistanta being present at the time. After the order bad been settled a discussion took place as to removing rouMyv Hum iuo xuuiuw street jail to ouiK omg prison, Buenn urant par ticipated in tha ditu.iiHMion. Kiitima'. lawyers urged that he was too sick to to do removed but the district attorney wanted him taken at once and said that bis district attorney's physician had examined Sharpe and said that it would not be dangerous to remove him. After . prolonged discussion it w...

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. — 6 October 1887

BEFCBLICAS COirSTTT TICKET. Siunty Clerk mnty Treasurer .. .. lteirlntwof Deeds..... For Sheriff County Surveyor. ..... Coroner ....ROLAND I.AKIN ......... D.A.BTAHL EI.7.A MIKIHK ..WAI.DO WOHliTEB MATTHEW BKOWN .....J. w. irmnrr CkJinmlMiooer First Dist T. K. McMILLAN BESOCBATIC COITIIY TICKET. County Clork P. fH;"" County TreMOiw -T. U. K Y AN RegtKter of Deeds N. B.OHREK Sheriff JOHM FHITTS County Burreyor .............. Coroner . CoinmlM loner. First District C. P. THEIS COUXTV LIBOR TICKET. County Clork County Trwwurer.... Ketfi'r of Deeds.... Miertff County Surveyor..... Coroner ,. EDWIN PAYNE ...... J. W. EASTMAN .SAMUEL nUKDETTE JKSHK W. GKAY ....Wm. MrCBEAKY ..J. M. HTUK CommiMloner, First Dist A. A. HICK.OX The general average price of new corn throughout the state is forty cents per bushel. The man who owned the building in which the "Wichita druggist who was fined $17,000 sold whisky, Is to be prosecuted. - Prohibition has invaded Florida and is sweeping the state like a...

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. — 13 October 1887

PERSONAL WORK Our readers will favor us by call ing the attention of neighbors to the Weekly News. We ask each of our friends to endesvor to send us at least one new subscriber during the coming month. 1.872 COLUMNS FOR $! . ( The Weekly News for One Dol lar fn advance; the best weekly news paper in Lyon county; republican in politics and prohibition in theory and practice. Sample copies free. ESTABLISHED IN 1857. EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY; OCTOBER 13, 1887 .In- VOIj.30,NO 50 I II I. i I I! 1 . 1 . 1H WOaiN IVPFB1G& alarday'a lre41aK nia Aatit- mr'm Hiy f Ok Wtruma a.rule Kay A UK HUw'i AMnm, Kte , Bte. AFTERNOON session. At 2:80 Mrs. Johns called tbe meet ing to order. There was only a small crowd out. Mrs. Johns denned the objects of the meetings in a very able speech. THE DISCUSSION. "Resolved, That we ask our next leg islature to confer presidential suffrage on women1 under section I of article 2 of the United States constitution." ' I lev. Annie II. Shaw favored the res olu...

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. — 13 October 1887

THE NEWS jY THE NEWS COMPANY. 'Intend at the Porto (Bo at Emporia aa neoood Claaa tattler. nbllahad Kvary Thinatar I.7oa C0UI7, Eu A Emporia Prloe. 91.80 Imi la A4UM. CHAfl. HAKKIS, MASAGkB. KniTOH AVD Business TIIUItSDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1887. A Leavenworth policeman been fined for kissing a woman. has The Globe-Democrat insinuates that Cleveland paints bis moustache. So did St. John. Tub Daily Democrat talks in no un certain language. It is out and out anti-prohibition. Gen. Jon C. Black, United States pension agent, will visit several cities in Kansas in November. Miss II08E Elizabeth Cleveland has begun her duties as teacher of American history in a young ladies boarding school in New York. I he lopeKa Capital lias quite a lengtuy article neaueu, "is liiaine a Candidate?'' In the language of Mrs, Mulcahy we answer, "Would . a duck swimy" Tiir Emporia Democrat appears with a daily edition which will in due course of time starve to death. El Dorado ltepublican. We will be at the funer...

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. — 13 October 1887

EQUAL SUFFBAGE. The Congressional Convention of Women Suffragists Opened at the First Congregational Church in This City, And Attended by a Large tnd En thusiastic Audience J Susan B. Anthony, Rachel Foster and Mrs Johns Among the Speakers. Long before 8 o'clock Thursday night the Congregational churcfe was filled to overflowing to listen to the eminent speakers on me equal sunrage ques tion. The pulpit had been tastefully decorated with flowers and plants and the room looked bright and fresh. At about eight o'clock the visiting speakers, accompanied by Mrs. C. N. Sterry, Mrs. Dr. Jackson and Mrs. M. J. Watson, of this city, filed in and took their places on the stand. After an overture by Mrs. W. C. Simpson the meeting was called to order by Mrs. Dr. Jackson who, in a neat speech, referring to the work in this line by Mrs. Sterry's mother twen ty years ago, introduced Mrs. Sterry, who made the address of welcome. Her manner was pleasant and easy and the address was full of wit, mix...

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. — 13 October 1887

THE NEWS I5Y THE KEW8 COMPANY. Ts tared M the Postoffice at Km port as seeoad- Clsa HtUn . ' ?bllahsd Kvsry TbarsOsy at Km porta Lyon Csaaty, KtniM. Pries. I.SO tw la Advuo. CHABLB3 HARRIS, Editor. H. D. HAMMOND, Business Mi GBR. BEP CBUCASCOratY TICKET. County Clerk. ROLAND LA KIN Jounty Treasurer .. ............ D. A. HTAHL Kwirlittor of Ueeda RLZA MOfiKB KorttherilT WALIM) WOitMTEK County Burror MAITH8W BROWN Coroner J. W. KUOST Commissioner nnt Ulit T. B. McMILLAN PEMOCHATIC COUJBTV TICKET. County Clerk P. ELLtOTT County Treasurer T. L. HVAN Register of Ieed .. N.B.OREER Sheriff .. JOHN riUTTS uoumy surveyor ,. ....... ...... Coroner Commissioner, First District... ...C. P. THE 18 COITSTTV LABOR TICKET. County Clerk EDWIN PATNE IXiuntr lTMurr.. ...... J. W. EASTMAN Kesisu - of Deeds SAMUEL BUKIHSTTB rtberlff ...J Kgen W. GRAY County Surveyor. ...Wm. MoCRBAKY Coroner H. VV. 8TOVEH Commissioner, First Dist A. A. HIC&OX A COMPARISON. The friends of whisky-sellers who, of late, ...

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. — 20 October 1887

PEKSONAL WORK Oar readers will favor us by'call Ing the attention of neighbors to the Wekkly Nkws. We ask each of our friends to endeavor to 'send us at least one new subscriber daring the coming month. : 1,872 COLUMNS FOR$i. The Wkkkly News for One Dol lar in advance; the best weekly news paper in Lyon county; republican in politics jand prohibition in theory and practice. Sample copies free. . : 1 ESTABLISHED IN 1857. EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1887 VOL. 30.-NO 51 IHPALED ON A TABGET. Ernest TendJeman Falls Fifteen Feet oq a Switch Targe, Which Eaters at the Shoulder and is Driven Through His Body. Attorney Crawford of Kinsley fchot While Talking to His Family. Mexicans and JNegroes of Galveston Eagage In a Battle. dianapolis, Oct. 17. Ernest Ten- dleman, a Bee Line employe, was the victim yesterday of a horrible and pe culiar accident. While standing on the platform loading coal on the loco motive tender, his foot slipped and he fell bead foremost fifteen feet, striki...

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. — 20 October 1887

x 4; THE NEWSl JY THE NEWS COMPANY. Entered at ths Postoffle at Kmporia m Second Clats Mum. iabllsbed atvery Tharsday at Esaporla Lyea Cosutty, Price, $I.SO a CHABLXS HARRIS, Editob. H. D. HAMMOND. Busi.tSSS MAS AGS. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1887. Thb nultan of Morocco, Muley Has san, is dead. His successor Is his sixteen-year old brother. A New York clergyman in a recent sermon exhorted his congregation to "Tote as you pray," and later on he advised them to "pray often." what an advertisement it would have been for Kansas city had the cable cars demolished the presidential carriage or hurt one of its occupants. Tub Kansas City papers are grieving because they did not have the census taken while Mrs. Cleveland was there, so they might have gotten ahead of Wichita. There is a lucky girl out in the state of Michigan. She has mounted on cards and exhibited at a church fair over two thousand specimens of four leaf clover. When a person or a newspaper has to resort bo " billingsgate and obs...

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