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

BLATANT MOST lie has for thirteen years conducted a large farm machinery and wagon Dimness, and until recently success fully, and was one of the most promin- i ,1 1 T I . j ,, . ... nuninoiauuiuicH uiu uuuuvo m- ArreswJUlor xaauBK clOOd iaraiinr I clea In northern Iowa. "The extent of bla liabilitea Is placed at t3),ouo ana nis . Speeches. i He Sneaks Oat of Tows to Avoid Trouble, ; . . ... .... Bat It Taken In on HisBeturn from Oae Tear In the Pen and a Fine Will AbDut Hit Him. New Yobk. Nov. 17 Johann Most the anarchist, was arrested at noon to day at the office of his newspaper. lie was taken directly to police head quarters and locked up. Ilia arrest was made by directions of Inspector liyrnes on a warrant issued by Justice Cowing to-day for having made an incendiary speech calculated to incite a riot on last Friday night in the hall on Seventh street. On Saturday nhrht Johann Most with his companion Lena Fisher was attending an anar chists meeting on Seventh street. Most himsel...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 24 November 1887

IIIGII LWBNSB. As a consequence of the late struggle over the drug store permits in this city, A great deal of argument has been in dulged in by persons who heretofore have hail but little to say on the sub ject, and, who have been classed as staunch prohibitionists, because they were strongly inclined to look at the better side of the argument and were, as a general rule teetotalers by prac tice as well as by precept. These conversations have developed the fact ir great unanimity of opinion constitutes factthat the war waged against the Murray law by those sup posed to have the interest of temper ance most at heart, has done much to alienate from them the support and and sympathy of a very large class of thinking people. It has developed nd brought into prominence the additional fact that many, if not all, the leaders' of the late movement are not so much temperance leople as they are fanatics, who cry for the entire abolition of alcohol in all its forms and for all purposes This c...

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. — 1 December 1887

PERSONAL WORK Our reader will favor us by call ins the attention of neighbors to the Weikly JNews. We ask each of our friends to endeavor to send us at least one new subscriber daring the coming month. 1872 COLUMNS F0R$1 The Weekly News for One Dol lar in advance; the best weekly news paper in Lyon county; republican in politics and prohibition in theory and practice. Sample copies free. If ESTABLISHED IN 1857. EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 187 VOL..30.--NO47 SIT H:fi III 1111 Il l A Ill . Ill Story of Intense Interest, and a Most Import tribution to War History. The Story of the Most Heroic and Tragic Episode of the Civil War. A History of the Andrews Railroad Raid into Georgia in 1862, embracing a full and accurate account of the Journey In Disguise to the Centra of the Confederacy, The Capture of a Railway Train, The Terrible Chase by the Enemy, with the Subsequent History of the Leader and His Party. By WILLIAM PITTENGERA Member of INTRODUCTION. The following narratire ...

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. — 1 December 1887

THE MWS. THIS NEWS COMPANY. Watered a tba Poeeofflcc at Emporia M gMondtlBMHuMr. . abllshatd Kry IhanOaj at Emporia Lyon County, Kaaaaa. Prto. f I.SO a feavr la AdTUM. CHAHLE8 HARRIS, EDITOR. H. D. HAMMOND, Bi'SMBsa Masageu. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1887. Today's dispatches disclose the fact that Nina Van Zandt, or, as she pre sumes to call herself, Mrs. A. Spies, has changed her mind, and will not starve herself to death, but instead has gone into deep mourning for her proxy husband. The moon was full October 2nd and again on October 31st. This is an un usual thing, but it doesn't presage the end of the world; it simply indicates that the "man in the moon" has been tarrying too long in Kansas City ere visiting Kansas. Tub National Tribune in its last is- sue prints a cut of its idea of what the new Thirteenth corps badge is like. It is a canteen, with what Jooks like a pretty fair picture of "Johnnie" in the center. As a member of the old Thir teenth corps we enter a protest against ...

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 December 1887

DETECTIVE -DIJTY. Commissioner Chamberlain rounded by Detectives . Sur- As a Necessary Precution Against Cranks and Bores. rostmaster Pierson Overruled by the pcf.- n 1 . utner items OI importance tor General Beading. WAsmsoTOK, Nov. 24. It has been said for a day or two that the English members of the fisheries committee were under the protection of a squad of uetectlves. The statement has been made that a detective mounts guard every evening at Chamberlain's door, viuera are atways on uuty in sight vi uie commissioner, i ne report was continued to.day by one of the squad, who said, however, tliat the detectives were employed bv the state department. presumably at the instance of Secre tary liayard, who is growing more and more aristocratic in his no tions, and that their duty was to save toe distinguished visitors from annoyance. "We are with Chamber iaiu, saiaine aeiective, "because we are familiar with the country and the people. A distinguished man must be protected from petty ...

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 December 1887

"RECKLESS J OU RNALI8M." -Under this Leading the Republican of Sunday takes us to task for As serting that $70 is sent out of this city each day to Kansas City for liquors whose sale is prohibited by law in this state. Now, while we do not wish to pose in the attitude or an opponent of pro hibition, nevertheless we sincerely be lieve that the great insincerity and cowardice displayed in this city and other portions of Kansas as regards tnis suDject is calculated to do more harm than good to the true temperance cause, not only here but elsewhere. But, to return to the subject. After careful inquiry we learn from parties best posted that 970 a day is not over one tnira or the regular average amount of money sent daily to Kansas City and elsewhere for beverages that come under the ban of the prohibition law. In other words, . there is, excluding Sundays, about 72,400 sent every year out of the city of Emporia to purchase what the lie- publican claims the United States con stitution pro...

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 December 1887

1.872 COLUMNS F0R$1 The Weekly News for One Dol lar in advance; the best weekly news paper in Lyon county; republican in politics and prohibition in theory and practice. Sample copies free. " - j Our readers will favor us by call . ing the attention of neighbors to the , Weekly News. We ask each of our friends to endeavor to send us at least one new subscriber daring I the coming month. ESTABLISHED IN 1857. EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8 187 VOL. 30.--NO 48 oil ! flYt ! i REVENUE REDUCTION. Gist of the President's Annual Mes- sge to Congress. Discussing the Surplus in the U. Treasury S. .nd the Present High Tariff. Protective A Compa ratively Short Document for the Kind. HH ot Departments Left to Make Their Own Reports. Tcvfi Con frees of the United State. .fzou are confronted at the threshold 'your legislative duties with a con- ion of the national finances which r cai mo peratively demands immediate and careful consideration. The amount of money annually exacted through the...

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. — 8 December 1887

THE NEWS. JY T1IJB NEWS COMPANY. Tutored at ths Potomc at JCmporU m Heoood-Class Muter. abllsha-d Every Thamlsjr at Emporia I.7oa County, KuiMi. Price, I.0O Tee la Adiuot. CHARLES HARRIS, Editor. H. D. HAMMOND, Bcdiicms Mamaokb. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1887. A mania for beards has appeared among the young men of the east, and is now attacking the youths farther west. It now looks as if the secession movement in ine a.. 01 L.. order was taking definite form in Cook county, Illinois, steps having been taken look ing to the organization of a separate body of the seceders. The negroes who have struck for higher wages on the sugar plantations of Louisiana, were getting 65 cents per day, and nothing at all on rainy days. Yet, for simply refusing to work for such starvation wages, many of them were shot to death like dogs. TnB newspapers have so far brought out the following candidates for gov ernor: JJernanl Kelley of Emporia. E. N. Morrill of Hiawatha. George T. Anthony of Leavenworth. J. ...

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 December 1887

A HUGE FIBE. Strobrldge't Largs Lithograpblo Works atr Cincinnati Consumed by Fiames la Lest Than Forty Minutes. A Fireman Falls Thirty-five Feet From a Ladder. Joseph Jacobs Burned to Death Tenement House. In a Several Firms Damaged In Dolnth by J Fire and Water. Cincinnati, Dec. 1. At one-thirty fc"i uiornme a general alarm sounded and called the entire fire department to the btrcbridge Lithographing conv pany's great building, on the northeast corner of Elm and Canal streets. The flames devoured the entire building, and in less than forty minutes the walls fell in. The loss is total and will Jrobably be not less than $250,000, but Sy some it is estimated as high as uauamuiion. htrobridge & Co. have t an insurance of $150,000, in forty differ ent companies. The fire started j in the second story, but no one knows how. There is a bare suspicion (, of incendiarism. The Strobridge com ,'pany have an office In New York and ' one In . London, England, but their work is done here. T...

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. — 8 December 1887

THE NEWS. BV THE NEW8 COMPANY. - Watered at tas Pclofflp a Import m Soooad- Clsss MMier . .bllshsd Kvsrr Thursday Ljoa Couaty. Kaai at Km porta S1.50 Per Year If Paid in Advanc $1. CHARLES HARRIS, Editor. H. D. HAMMOND, Business MANAGER. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1887. Tiik woods are full of candidates for governor. - Fifth district papers are advocating the selection of Hon. John A. Ander son as riumb's successor, and say that district will send to the legislature a solid Anderson delegation. A new commercial enterprise has been developed in southwestern Kan sas. A Wichita man Is engaged in gathering up torn cats which he ships by the carload to the rat-infested towns of Colorado. A 8 ad looking man has been visiting farmers in Western Kansas and asking them to sign a pledge not to kill any song birds for a year. Afterwards these pledges are returned in the shape of promissory notes. Counterfeit postal cards have been discovered in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, which are so skillfully execu...

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. — 15 December 1887

PERSONAL WORK Oar readers wih favor us by call ing the attention of neighbors to the Weekly News. We ask each of our friends to endeavor to send us at least Ollfl new Rlltwrrilmr ri.irinrr 1.872 COLUMNS F0R$1. The Weekly News for One Dol lar in advance; the best weekly news paper in Lyon county; republican in politics and prohibition in theory and practice. Sample copies free. the coming month. ESTABLISHED IN 1857. EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 15 1887 VOL. 30.--NO 49 1(1 ill : " ft. V DURING AND SUFFERING. A History of the Andrews Railroad Raid Into Georgia in 1862. The Host Heroio and Tragic Episode of the Civil War. Embracing roll and AwutU Aeeonnt of tho geerat Journey to tho Hsart of the CsnftdtrMf, tho Captor of a Kail way Trots la o Confederate Camp, too T.rrlbl. Chase That Followed, and tb Subsequent Fortunes of tho '-trnlsr and Bla Party. The expedition. In the daring of lta inception, had the wlldnnot of a romance; white in tha gigantic and overwhelming results it 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. — 15 December 1887

THE NEWS. Br THE NEWS COMPANY. Enteral at tis PostoOloe a gmnoria as Second-Use MMr. VabltafcW Kvary Tbarstlay at Emporia 1.70a Couaty, Kmum. $1.50 Per Year If Paid in Advance SI. CHARLES HAJBKI8, Kditok. H. D. HAMMOND, BusiWBSg Maxaoek. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 15, 1887. Alt novo 11 the Democrat has a red headed editor It does not follow that the paper is read. The Ananias club at Topeka is con sidering the propriety of making all of the editors in Kansas City honorary members. "Kansas is a hail of a kountry. Ycu peeples vote prohibition, and now God-a-migbty shut off the vater," re marked a Douglas, county new-comer during the late dry 'spell. The Kansas corn crop will amount this year to about fif ty-flve bushels to every man, woman and child in the state, the chinch bugs and the drouth to the contrary notwithstanding. At four dollars a gallon, 187 gallons of whisky and wine would amount to 748. This was the amount billed to Emporia Tuesday by one express com- pa"7- ' If It is true tha...

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. — 15 December 1887

TBIPPLE HANGING. A Negro Assaults a TeD-Year Old Girl on Her Way to School. For Which He is Hanged With Two Others Who Watched Him. The Brooking Ging of Thieves Landed In a Texas Jail. A Missouri Bank Winds up Practically no Assets. With Odix, Tenn., Dec. 8. Minnie, the ten-year-old daughter of M. Moyers, attends school about a mile from home. On Wednesday morning she;tarted to school alone. When about half a mile from home, in the lonely woods, she was accosted by a negro named Charles, whom she knew very well. The negro induced the child to enter the woods with him and she was there assaulted by the negro, Adam Charles Andy Miller and William Smith, both negroes, were present and witnessed the crime. Minnie reached home more dead than alive and told her story. In a short time a hundred men were on the tiail of the fiends. Miller was ca ptured early in the afternoon and re ve aled the hiding place of his compan ion s, in the woods near by. Miller ac cused his companions of the crim...

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 December 1887

"Wichita, as well as Emporia, see ma to be a somewhat thirsty city. PnonrcrnoN may "be rather rough on brewers and siloonatics, but it is splen did for the lawyers. Something on the monkey arid parrot order. The attention of the brer editor of the Republican is respectfully called to the figures of the Wichita beer drink ers, now under discussion of the courts at Topeka. Hartford Post. Ho. 193, G. A. It. - are unanimously in f aror of Col. J. W. Feigban of Emporia for Commander- in-Chief of the department of Kansas. Hartford Call. Jeemes Hallowell as lord high exe cutioner of the prohibition party must see that the Murray law is strictly en forced, but Jeemes Hallowell as the whisky advocate cannot do otherwise than see that the law is evaded. Poo Ba! . SiroAU, salt, soap and sausage. These will be some of the productions of Hutchinson in the near future. News. And if there is any combination that ills uutcninaon it is sugar, salt, soap miu sauiiage. wicuiia journal. In other words,...

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 December 1887

" '' " ' li ii . I V .PIRSQNALWORK. Our readeis will favor ut by call Ing the attention of neighbor to the Weekly News. We aak each ot our friends to endeavor to send in at leant one new subscriber during the coming month. , t,872 COLUMNS FOR$L The Wfbkt.t News for One Dol lar In advance; the beat weekly news paper in Lyon county; republican in politics and prohibition in theory and practice. Sample copies free. jy ..ax ESI ABL.HcO 1857. EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1887. VOJu. 30. NO. 50. I . ;f I i 4 1 il!- it r 5 7 V 5 rV DARING AND SUFFERING. A History of the Andrews Railroad Eaid Into Georgia in 1862. The Most Eeroio and Tragic Episode of tbe Civil War. Emlrolnf a Tall and Aeearat. Aoeoant of th. Seeret Journ.y to th. H.art of tb. Confedaracy, th. C.ptar. of KaUway Trarn la a Confederate Camp, ti.e T.rrlbl. Chut Tba Followed, and th. Sabs.a.n.nt FortanM of the Lador and BU Party. Th. expelltlon. In the daring of lta inception, had tb wU&nea. of a romance; whU. la...

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 December 1887

V -Fs,i !' X III fx I ' t t 1 1 M V I ! . i I ! i it r f i 1 - THE NEWS. BF TUB XEW8 COMPANY. "tatared at she Poatomo at Knporla M Scooad-Class Matter. - .'ubllshxl Every IbmnUiJ mi. Kaaparta Lye Ceauaty, $1.50 Per Year If Paid in Advanct 51. CHAKLE3 HARRIS, KoiTOB. H. D. HAMMOND. Bumxuut MaKAUEK. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1887. A boy was nent to Jail In Kansas City tue otner day for stealing a newspa per- . A PrrraBirRO paper claims ttiat Lin coln was in advance of Cleveland in ad vocating free wool, and as proof cites the emancipation proclamation. IT rAmalncut for tha Hmihii Tranulii. can to discover that there are nine Irish men, seven ; Scotchmen, two Nor wegians, six Germans and several Englishmen in the present congress, Thk mental coudition of those south ern editors who are trying to support the president while opposing his policy must be like that of the peace prospect in Europe "strained." K.C, Times. If each of our subscriber will secure one new suoBcriDer 10 line .news our...

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 December 1887

- - . J V BOKE HIS NECK. V JDhtststf Callows flanged at Charles City, Iowa, - fPUiSxzS for Merry and Protesting His Innoeenoe. Tiro Ladles Fatally Stabbed I Worthless Relative. S by a laUUSHtUiUUUVI B lUUM Town Destroyed by Fire. A Cattle Thief Lynch by a Florida Mob." k TLKAOT DON'T, I AM INNOCENT. Cbabues City, la. Dec. 16. Chester i'ieiiowi was banged at 10:46 o'clock I his forenoon. lie had to be suDDorted tome gaiiows ana as tne rope was placed around bis neck he exclaimed three times, "please don't." As the I nerirx niacaa tne wmte can ovr ht i 'ynaA lift fvrl i mfvl strain n1aau Vion't, I am innocent." The trap was f sprang at 10:46 and in eight minutes I and forty-three seconds his heart ceased to beat. His neck was broken. BXMOVEO FOR SAFE KEEPING. t?AiuKN City, Kas., Dec 16. Sher iff John II. Edwards of Wichita county arrived in this city last evening with Thomas Allen, whom he brought down here for safe keeping. Allen was ar rested at Wallace last week for com plicity in ...

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 December 1887

r: ' V I ! 1 1 I 1 I ,. f i. ,7 IV fl I?; To-mohbo-w the AtineGazetta cornea out for democracy. Toe holiday trade is good and the best bargains are always' advertised Head the advertisements InTnBNffWs, Fo6TEb,the Iowa weather prophet, predicts a great crop season for Kansas especially for corn and spring sown grain year. In western Kansas any man who has a uu ox coai in n is Din is colled Colonel State Journal. 2 Coal is plentiful in Emporia. . Axruour-n Mr. Kilrain did not whip -air. bmitn, in their battle to France yesterday, yet he made it very inter esting xor nun. in want of Holiday goods are requested to look over the adver tising columns of the The News ere they go down town to make purchases ixi Perkins says that the boom in Kansas is due to prohibition. The ed itor of the Wichita Eagle says that Jvansas would be much more prosper ous without prohibition. California wool growers produced 4u,uw,uuo pounds last year, and -they have formally requested their congres sional repr...

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 December 1887

PERSONAL WORK Our reader will favor us by call, ing the attention of neighbors to the Weekly News. We ask each of our friend to endeavor to send us at least one new subscriber during the coming month. . 1.872 COLUMNS F0R$1. The Weekly Xews for One Dol lar in advance; the best weekly news paper in Lyon county; republican in politics and prohibition in theory and practice. Sample copies free. a ESTABLISHED I&S7. EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1887. VOL. 30. NO. 51. i V' ,-1 .... . DARING AND SUFFERING. A History of the Andrews Railroad Eaid Into Georgia in 1862. The Host Heroio and Trmgie Episode of the Civil War. Embracing- a Fall and Aeearate Aoeonnt Secret Journey to the Haart of the Confederacy, th. Capture of BeUway Train la a Confederate Cases, j the Terrible Chaee That roUowed, aad i the Subsequent Fortune of the Trailer aad Hla Party. The expedition. In the during of it inception. aaa ine -rudaese of a romance; while in the KtganUo and o-mrwhelmlng reeulu U nought...

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. — 29 December 1887

THE NEWS. BY THE N12WS COMPANY. tnterad as tba Postofflc at .Emporia a Beeoad- Uaw Matter. .mbllshaval Kvery Tharatlay at Kan porta $1.50 Per Year If Paid in Advance $1. CHARLES HARRIS, Editor. H. D. HAMMOND, BrsiKKM Mahaokk. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2 9, 1887 It 1b said that McCown of the plate telegraph sheet is negotiating for the subscription list of the Fanatic. bJCNATOK ili MB lias mtrouucea a bill providing for the holding of terms of United States district court at Con cordia and Sal in a. Even the fanatic won't stoop to no tice as Insignificant a foe as the plate telegraph sheet, and the latter mourns because no one will "tread on the tail of its coat." In New x oik they Bend a woman to prison for killing a canary, while in xowa a brute goes scotf ree alter assas sinating a Christian preacher for being a prohibitionists. aik. fOHTEB, era air man ot the re publican club of New York, who made the speech a welcome, declared it to be the purpose of the convention to in sist that "the...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
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