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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 17 May 1888

KANSAS BEPBBLICA1IS Hold a Somewhat Lengthy Convert' tion in Wichita. Grover Denounced for His Veto of Pensions. Senators Infralls and Plumb and Freely Endorsed. Fully Osborn, Strong, Hallowed and Grif fin as Delegates. Wichita, May 10. At three o'clock yesterday the convention was again called to order and pending reports of committees, speeches were made by Eugene Ware, John L. Waller, J. A. McNeaI, J. Ware Butterfield. James Ligget and others. Senator W. W. Smith of Lincoln was made permanent chairman and the temporary secreta ries made permanent ones. The .reso lutions adopted were as follows: Whereas, The republican party of Kansas in convention assembled sends greeting to the republicans of the na tion and reaffirms its unalterable de votion to the great principles of that party which has done so much for hu man liberty, equal rights and exact jus tice to all, and it is with just pride that wa invite the attention of the young men of the nation to the splendor of its achieveme...

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. — 17 May 1888

It's funny how many "Blaine" foola there are, from a democratic stand point. ' The Chicago News says that Kansas sends Ingalls to the senate for spectac ular purposes and Plumb for general usefulness. The Bepublican national convention will be composed of 822 delegates, as ioiiows: xfeiegaies at large, 152; dis trict delegates, 6-50; territorial dele gates, 18; District of Columbia dele gates, 2. It will require 412. to nom inate. IIUTCiiiNfcoN has a salt mine, Leav en worm her coal mines. Fort Scott na tural gas, and, by the looks of the Ar kansas City Traveler, they must have struck a well of printers' ink of a very poor quality, and the Traveler is printed right in the well, without the aid of a press of any kind. j LYjioura cnurcn haa at last se a . . . - lected a successor to Mr. Beecher, After unsatisfactory expeiiments with one or two Englishmen the officers of the church have decided upon an American, the Ilev. Lyman Abbott, who has temporarily been supplying uie 1'iymoutn p...

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. — 24 May 1888

1 PERSONAL WORK. Oar readers will favor us by call ing the attention of neighbors to the Weekly News. "We ask each of our fridnds to endeavor to send us at least one new subscriber during the coming month. 1 SsAi 1,872 COLUMNS FOR SI. The Weekly News for One Dol lar in advance; the best weekly news paper in t-yon county; republican in politics and prohibition in theory and practice. Sample copies free. :y w V ESTABLISHED EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MAY 24, 1888. VOIi. 31. NO. 21. itoz. 1 1: 1 1 VYVI II hi ? r t. t: i - 5 i BLAINE TALKS. His Forence Letter Represents Fiesent Attitude. His Plenty of Candidates Capable of Win ning the Victory. Andrew Carnagie thinks He will Run if Nominated. Elkins Says Ha Can be Persuaded by a Unanimoas Nomination. New Yobk, May 21. A correspon dent of the l'ress in l'aris cables as fol lows: The stories that have been for some time in circulation on the other side of Atlantic that the intimate friends of James G. Blaine, while dis crediting any announ...

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. — 24 May 1888

THE NEWS.! UY THE NEAV8 COMPANY, taterod at the Pustoffiee at KmiorU as ScconJ Claa Matter. nblleae Kvery Tharsdey at Esyorta Lyoa Coaaty, K 11. 50 Per Year-lf Paid in Advance $1. CHARLES HARRIS, Editor. H. D. HAMMOND. Business Man AO IK. THURSDAY, MAY 24, 1888. McCown may be a big toad in the little puddle of Lyon county demo cracy, but he got. knocked out on the first round at Wichita. Prohibition is indeed making giant strides when in such cities as Kansas City, Et. Louis and Cincinnati no liquor can be obtained on Sunday. MEMORIAL DAT PREPARATIONS. More elaborate preparations are be ing made to observe Memorial Day in Emporia than on any previous occa sion, and preparations are now about completed. It is expected that every business house in the city will close at 11 a. m., and keep closed during the rest of the day. in order to give all their employes a chance to participate. Nearly, If not quite every organized body, both civic and military, in the city, has announced Its inte...

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. — 24 May 1888

A NARROW ESCAPE. A Prisoner at Columbus Hanged by His Companion. Book Making Ruled Off the Track at St. Louis. Baca Illinois and Tennessee Crops Damaged by Frosts. Badly Wakefield of Council Grove Gets Second Place on the Labor Ticket. and the American eagle which Is al ways on his shoulder; who is the choice of the rank and file of the republican party in this state and every other state.' The applause was prolonged. Allusions were also made to General II aw ley and Senator Piatt as favorite sons, and to the srand round of Candi da tee. Chauncey M. De pew's name was applauded almost as vocilerouslv as Blaine's. Columbus, Ohio, May 17. Judge Lynch came very near making an end of Humphreys, the negro who was ar rested yesterday tor an assault upon a little girl. He was bound over to the court and when taken to jail his iden tity became known to the other pris oners, who attacked him In a vicious manner. After throwing him into a bath-tub and nearly drowning him, the prisoners secured...

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 May 1888

Dfmfwo the past three months 11,000 veterans have been added to the G. A. It. organization. Tux Emporia delegation will attend the democratic convention at St. Louis, but they will attend as private citizens only. - President Cleveland smokes cigar ettes. Tossibly this accounts for the cigarette advertisements with Frank ie picture adorning them. It Is now generally conceded that there will be no trouble about the Plumb crop in Kansas next year. Kan sas City Star. What a bad pickle the democracy would be in if Cleveland should die. It would be like the Irishman's gun. which had neither lock, stock or barrel. I "A iucii discovkby" was made yes terday by the plate sheet. It was found in the Evening News of Jan uary 27, and related to the oil find near Pipe. The young woman who spells her name Mae and the young man who spells his name Franc, are the most recent forms of the dude and dndienne. State Journal. "The Democratic party is the com post heap of American politics, wed ded to sla...

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. — 31 May 1888

PERSONAL WORK' Our readers will favor us by call ing the attention of neighbors to the Weekly News. We ask eacb of oar friends to endeavor to send us at least one new subscriber daring th coming month. . .. H 1,872 COLUMNS F0R$1. The Whxext Nrws for One Dol lar In advance; the best weekly saw, paper in Lyon comity; republican In politics and prohibition in theory and practice. - Sample copies free. ESTABLISHED EMPORIA", KANSAS, THURSDAY, MAY 31, 1888. VOIi. 31. NO. 22. lM7. M i m 11 I i A WALL OP WATER. A Water Spoat Breaks in Davis Couo ty, Nebraska. White Raver Raises Sixteen Fett in Forty Minutes. Bridges and Stock Carried Away bat no Life Lost. Sevare Riin Storms Visit Indian and Illinois. course, Stewart denies that there is anything in the poisoning story, but is not prepared to say that Uulbert is dead, as he accepted the report of oth ers as to his demise. Mrs. (Stewart and her relatives are deeply worried over the strange ru mors, and will promptly investigate tne matter. T...

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. — 31 May 1888

THE NEWS. THE NEWS COMPANY. Entered at the Postoatce at Km porta as Second Class Mur. nbUshed Enrj tbindai Lyon Coaatv. Kui at Knnporfjs $1.50 Per Year If Paid in Advance $1. CHAKLES HAHRI8. Editob, H. D. HAMMOND, Bcmkkss MAMaGKa. THURSDAY, MAY 31 , 1888. Mux. Cleveland is following in the footsteps of her husband. Eastern payers say she has discarded tue DUfltie. The ice bridge at Niagara, which stood for four months, has broken and gone to pieces. It was more gorgeous this year than ever before. One sinilicant feature of the Mad den affair is noticeable the unani mity displayed by the democratic press in his support. It is stated that a majority of the republican delegates to the national convention from New York will go to Chicago unpledged. The Methodist conference refused to prohibit its clergy from using tobac co. Why should they? Is there any thing irreligious about it?. Tiieke are two thousand graves of soldiers in the national cemetery at Fort Leavenworth that will be decor...

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. — 31 May 1888

A KANSAS ZEPHYE, A Wide Swath Cat Through Town of Argonla. A Large Number of Business Houses Entirely Demolished. The Streets Littered With Fag of the Wreck. Ends The Ma'e Population Taking Care of the Remnants 6f Merchandise. Grand canons In Arizona. Owing to I doubtful assets, 1376,000: worthless as-1 J X?JXlTili?T PTT4'RTIvf S the manr raDids the trio will be a con-1 sets. C133.000: total. 81.124.000. Of I UEllA U USULf X JLXflJ-Li 1 All k3 Wellington, Kas., May 24. A cy clone struck the city of Argonia, about twenty-two miles west of here, last evening at 6 o'clock, and destroyed a (rreat deal of property. A special to the Daily Standard says: The follow ing is a list of buildings damaged by the cyclone: 8amuel Uvergood's residence; to tally demolished and contents de stroyed. Best's store building; blown down. A family living in the second story went down stair and sat down on the floor, aud escaped with slight bruises. Hodge's music store and contents; to tally destroyed. Ferg...

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. — 31 May 1888

It fa now ARRs-rtA! Wot ,. v uuai, ucufjittl f UUD C. Black was born In Mississippi. If the old saying is true, "when the clouds weep the f aimers laugh," what a rollicking jolly time the grangers are Laving now. Arkansas City Traveler. TIixb'e .acTBu 4S4 students in attend ees aftths Ktate University this year Jiejmorfc than half aj many as vvd UMnu Hi. nil r nrura w rr . i ii,;. 2 ujcood showing for the University. Tnk Ohio' Legislature has passed a bill forbidding the selling of cigarettes or tobacco In any form to "boys under sixteen years of age. A similar bill passed the Illinois Legislature a year f?o- ' A delegation composed of mem bers of the prohibition party has pre sented Mrs. Cleveland with a micro scope. Very appropriate. She will use it on the party next fall. State Journal. The managers of the convention hall at Chicago are making ample arrange ments for the accommodation of a tre mendous Blaine yelL The edifice will seat, besides the delegates, a crowd of about seve...

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. — 7 June 1888

, , PERSONAL WORK- Our readers will favor us by call ing the attention of neighbor to the Weekly Nkw. We ask each of our friends, to endeavor to send us at least one new subscriber during the coming month. 1.872 COLUMNS f OR $1. The Wkeklt Nkws for One Dol lar in advance; the best weekly news paper to Lyon county; republican in politics and prohibition in theory and practice. Sample copies free. V I : VV w , ESTABLISHED 1637. i t vl EMPORIA,: KANSAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 7, 1888. VOIi. 31. NO. 23. '4 Ell Ik- IB IKS ' - - 1 - I V "V 1 I ' 13 1 1 J 1:1 I I lit I ; -3 1-1 V v f- RAPPED TO ORDER. The Democratic Convention Called to , , Order by Mr. Bam am. U.liforuia's Lieutenant Governor . Made Temporary Chairman. His Speech to the Convention on Taking the Chair. A St lid Silver Gavel Donated by the Nevada Delegation. St. Louis, Mo., June 5. Delegates and spectators to the democratic na tional convention began to gather in the early hours of the morning, al though the gavel wielded by Chairm...

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. — 7 June 1888

THE NEWS. BIT THE NEWS COMPANY. "Catered at the Postofflce at Emporia M Beeond Uau Muter. fabllshed -very Tharsday at CswirU Lyon Coa ty, T ansae. $1.50 Per Year If Paid in Advance $1. CHARLES HARRIS, Editor. ' H. D. HAMMOND. Bcunu MAaAoaa. THURSDAY, JUNE 7, 1888. Icr iia show our opponents tbat it is neither Blaine nor Bast. "Bully fob Blaihe" has taken the place of "Blaine or Bust." I J la ink holds a wanner spot to-day in the heart of every true republican than he ever did before. Now let us have Gresham, Foraker, Lincoln or even that icicle, Sherman, and we can down the rebels once more. The strongest and best democratic argument so far brought forward in favor of Cleveland's free trade policy, is that Jeff Davis favors it. A Topeka chump is sueingthe Santa Fe because the road would not carry him in an eastern direction on a ticket whlrh he purchased to go west on. . i a Wondeb what the Topeka Capital thinks about republicanism, now that Mr. Blaine has proven himself more of a m...

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. — 7 June 1888

MEMORIAL DAY: The Largest Procession Evereen on the Streets cf Emporia. Every Business House on Commercial Street More or Less Decorated. And Red, White and Blue Profusely Used Throughout the City. Exa. cises at the Cemetery Oration in Full by Judge Graves. List of Dead Soldiers Who Lie in Ma ptewcod and Dry Creek Cemeteries. Veleraas la l.l a s rauUw TJale a Ol( -Note ana IncleUata. For years Memorial Day has been a gala day In our mldat, which, althoagh hardly to be classed in the same cata logue as the Fourth of July, yet has always been seemingly more of a day of rejoicing than of sorrow. And in other cities this same feeling seems to have prevailed. Its observance In this city yesterday was on such a scale as was never seen here before, the turn out in procession being much larger and the attendance from the surround ing country seemingly being general. A more beautiful day could sot have been asked for, and at an early hour hour on all hands could be heard the click of the ham...

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 June 1888

It & better, to trust an honest enemy ' than dishonest friend. V,Vr, :' j.,; Topeka has an ice plant. It in saki to be a n-Ice thins this warm weather. AnfrbA Itbe ptint lft?ukben" of. hi World, .do not dec residential chair, as the f 6HowIng fallen woman. J 1 Hkve's to gresham IT ,be ,1s the nominee of the republican party. Tub. , republican . party -reveu , in Kansas cannot afford to support 'and upnoia u aisnouesi canaiuate. Tn&Topeka Capital and stUl keep Xnafne's name nailed to the masthead. Toor deluded creatures. V.J cotnmfeni the presi extracts will serve to illustrate: -1 .The alleged election of Grover Cleve land to the presidency la ls4 was the most astoundinz phenomenon in Amer ican pontics, ana it u aouotnu wiwuik its parallel can be found Lb the history of any nation. Obscure men, ignorant men, degraded mn; have been'elevated to cower, but it has never before oc curred that a man possessing every ac- E- Epngvs's Pissing. Kill Bty Bamtd A , ' Hot IWIaera4. ,. , ...

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 June 1888

PERSONAL WORK. Our readers will favor us by call ing the attention of neighbors to the Weekly News. Wa ask each of our friends to endeavor to send us at least one new subscriber daring the coming month. 1.872 COLUMNS F0RS1 The Weekly Niws for One Dol lar in advance; the best weekly news paper in Lyon county; republican ia politics and prohibition in theory and practice. Sample copies free. - i m 1 I Ul li I-1 ! I AX ESTABLISHED EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 1888. VOL. 31. NO. 24. IM7. t f ? - k 9 I V 7 r ;i - 3 r GETTYSBURG. How the Famous Battle Has Been Fought Orer on Paper. WORDY CONTROVERSIES. k Summing Up of the Most Important Statements. RtrMM Onhtimm Wot Tat Kx- plsla.d Wa. tb. Victory Wm by Ac cident mr Brought About by BlmidwiT Tb Story a. History W1U B.eord It. Portrait, of toa of th. Eenlaeat So dlm Wb Participated la th. Battl oa Both 81Ua. The controversies about Gettysburg began bf for. tb blood waa dry, for th fam of many a great commander, of Hancock and Warren...

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. — 14 June 1888

THE NEWS. BY THE NEWS COMPANY. "filtered at th Postoffloc at Bmporl u Second-Claa Matter. Published Every Thnrsday Itlonorit - Lyon County, Kaaaaa. $1.50 Per Year If Paid in Advance $1. CHARLES HARRIS, Editor. H- D. HAMMOND, Business HimoiB. THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 1888. A red nose wipe ris an appropriate emblem for democracy. Sure indications of democracy: Red bandannas or red noses. The way the democrats read it is Cleveland and THURMAN. Red rags seem to have the same effect alike on bulls, turkeys and demo crats. The Chicago convention might do worse than nominate Mr. Intralls for president. With clean candidates and a clean platform, republicans may hold their heads high. V. F. Ciialkant, Jr., is now assort ated with his father, W. F. Cbalfant, in the management of the Lawrence Tribune. Some pretty tough stories are told about the Prince of Wales. Rut none wore than the one in which Cleveland's mother-in-law be-wails. i 1 Answer to anxious inquirer: No, it was not the exhibition of a...

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 June 1888

BANDANA. BLOOMS. Alien a. Tharmin Nominated far the Vice Presidency. The Platform Devoted to Reducing: the Treasury Surplus. A Resolution for the Admission of Fonr Territories Into the Union. Concluding: its Labor the Convention Adjourns Sine Die. Ht Louis, June T. The convention was Called to order at 10:80 a. tn. and an invocation delivered by Dr. Brankfield of St. Louis. As the delegates' space began to fill the usual battle of kerchiefs broke out. the Tburman red and the muslin indi cative of the name of the Indiana can didate, being hoisted to the masthead by the respective admirers of the con testants. As each new color was raised it was greeted with shouts from the galleries, but it was evident from the volume of sound that the old man was the tavorite. The following letter has just Deen received: Washington. D. C, June 5. Hon. T. M. Patterson, care Southern hotel: 1 have been advised by you and other near ana aear menus or tne situation of affairs in the national democratic ...

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 June 1888

TnK Chicago convention meets Jane 19th. As Geuda Springs is erecting a $40,-1 000 bath house, the question naturally arises as to how large a democratic vote she casts. IIiscock and Inealla la the Beacon's prediction of the results of the Chicago convention. Wichita Beacon. Why not transpose It? Both editors of the Democrat are said to be Orangemen. Possibly this ex plains their free trade predelictions. "Ther'e English, you know; quite English." The Democrat says "Ingalls is get ting himself into shape for another on slaught on the democratic wind mill." The editor of the Democrat is misin formed. Ingalls never heard of either the Democrat or its editor. Uelva Lockwood says: "Every thing in the nature of scandal for the furtherance of the campa'gn shall promptly be frowned down." Jlow hap py such a man as Cleveland might b if Belva was his only opponent. TAXED TO DEATH. The American working man returns at night from his toil, clad in a woolen suit taxed 65 per cent, stockings and u...

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 June 1888

PERSONAL WORK. Our readers will favor as br call in g the attention of neighbors lo the Wickkxy Mews. We ask each of our friends to endeavor to send ub at least one new subscriber during the coming month. . 1.872 COLUMNS F0R$1. " The Weekly News for One Dol lar in advance;, the best weekly news paper In Lyon county v republican In politics antrprohibition in theory and practice. Sample copies free. KSTAV,SHCD EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 21, 1888. VO!L. 31. NO. 25. IvT ! I V; i : V ' t ' BUSINESS BEGINS. The National Republican Convention Formally Opened. Temporary Chairman Thurston Deliv ers a Protection Address. The Great Aditorium Bewilderlngly Decorated for the Occasion. General Fremont, First Candidate the Party, Lindly Cheered. of to be subdued, and in the name of the Kansas delegation declined to be responsible for the action of the na tional convention in this matter and regarded it as a great mistake (hisses.) ile desired the roll of states to be called in order that 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. — 21 June 1888

THE NEWS. BIT THE NEWS COMPANY. Tutored at tho Poatofflco at Emporia M Seoona Class Matter. fabllahwd Kvorr Thursday at Emnorla Ljob Cnaatv, Kan. (1.50 Per Year If Paid in Advance $1. CHARLES HABRIS, EDITOR. H. D. HAMMOND. Bcsiioug Makaokr. THURSDAY, JUNE 21, 1888. Is is no longer the democratic party but simply Cleveland's party. It is said that all the silk bandannas are made in England by British cheap labor. i . Another case of '"didn't know it was loaded" is that of the Wichita Beacon's attack on Atchison. General John C. Fremont, the first nominee of the republican party, will attend the Chicago convention. Ik such a thing should come to pass now as the nomination of Blaine it would loose thousands of votes to the republican party. It seems the veto business is a mono mania with Cleveland. When be was at the bead of affairs at Buffalo he was known as the "veto mayor." As will be seen by a perusal of our special dispatches, God was very good last night to Kansas, sending heavy ...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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