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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 21 June 1888

HIS JOURNEY ENDS. The Ruler of the Germs n Empire Bows Before King Death. . The Sorrowful End Approaches :.S" , Eleven 0 Clock. at The Weary Sufferer Suocumbs With, out a Struggle. Universal Regret Manifested on An. nouncement of the News. liEHLiN, June 15. The emperor died at 11 o'clock this morning. 1'otsdam, June 15. During the first part of the night the condition of the emperor was comparatively good. At 4 o'clock this moruin? he became rest less and soon after the whole family assembled in a room adjacent to the one in which the Emieror lay. Court I'reiicher 1'ersiets hat been in attend ance since yesterday. Ilerr Von Werner sketched the emperor's feat ures after death. The emperor died without a struggle. He was surrounded by all the members of his family. The remains now lie on the bed on which the emperor died. Hussars occupy the road from Fried erkchskron castle to Ban Souci. In the iuterior of the castle the Lehr ba tall ion mounts guard, under command of Ma jor Natzner. ...

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. — 21 June 1888

The convention at Chicago did not open yesterday with'-ptxie." IUixfall last night, as reported by the Xormal school gauge 2 35-100 inches. Republicans vote as thev think. Democrats vote as Cleveland thinks for uiem. the Topeka Capital and Troy Chief have not heard of Blaine's last letter. They are still nominating him. Tub man who earns his bread by the sweat of his brow ought to be earning h good deal of brerfd these days. State Mb. Staniy Brown and Mrs. Mol lie Garfield Brown will pass their hon eymoon on a cattle ranch in Green wood county, Kansas. bnouLD the democratic ticket be elected Cleveland would lose no time In snubbing Thurman in as complete a manner as he did Hendricks. Wrrn a good man and a straight-out protection platform, it seems to us, the intelligence of the American people must decide In favor of the g. o. p. "There can be no doubt as to which side the great majority of votes will fall If each party be tried by its record." Chairman B. F. Jones. 1 1 eke 'a to th...

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. — 28 June 1888

n ' " 1 ' ' " '". mr ' - ! t ft - .' t. i " . "v A 1 ' . - . w r ; . ........ .... . . . r- . : ; r-r- - PERSONAL WORK ""Our readen will favor us by call ins 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 the coming month. 1.872 COLUMNS FOR St . The Wejhcly Xxws for One Dol lar in advance; the best weekly news paper in Lyon county; republican in politics and prohibition in theory and practice. Sampla copies free. - ESTABLISHED EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 1888. VOIi. 31. NO. 26. ft' i ) - ) c V HARRISON THE MAN Indiana's Favorite Son Nominated on the Eighth Ballot. Harrison and ' Protection Pitted Against Cleveland and Free Trade. Levi P. Morton of New York Nomin ated for Vice President. The Ticket Regarded as a Strong One Eminent Men. by Deated Candidates Pledge Their Hearty Support. Chicago, June 25. At three minutes past 1 1 o'clock the convention was called to order by Chairman Eatee, who...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 28 June 1888

THE NEWS. BF THE NEWS COMPAMY. Tnterod at tha PostofBce at Km porta m Beoood Claaa Matter. fabllshed Kvarr Thersdar at EmnorU Lyon County. Euua. $1.50 Per Year If Paid in Advance $1. CHAHLK3 HABRIS, Editor. H. D. HAMMOND, Bpsisbss MaxaOKB. THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 1888. No uncertainty about the platform adopted yesterday. Tns bridges are down, and no trains arrived last night or this morning from the east. Gresham 's first vote was cast for General John C. Fremont, thirty-two years ago. "Free whisky and Free tobacco," is a cry that springs spontaneously from democratic throats. A aAitcASTic contributor to the New York Tribune stigmatizes the red ban dana as the auctioneer's flag. Axgeh was a captain in thu Second Michigan cavalry, and had Sheridan made colonel of that regiment. Cleveland's physician says he needs exercise to reduce his flesh. He'll not lack for it during the coming cam iwn. A stiukino resemblance has been no ticed between the red bandana and the British flag both in color...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 28 June 1888

i : A BIG PLATFORM. , Coutinned from second pace. taj? materially the line of their transit across tne continent. lie also aided In reducing the letter, newspaper and parcel postage, thereby living millions to the people and encouraging the dis semination of literature and inteUi- gence. lie was also first vigorously to enforce the United States statutes against the abase of the malls by lot tery venders and other swindling schemes by which the credulous and weak minded were imposed upon and me commence betrayea. it is now ever. in the discharge of his duties ai United States Judge that the higher and crowning glories of his character appear. The image of Justice among the Greeks was represented as blind folded holding the scales balanced in her hand, but unable to see the rank or standing of the parties before her. Judge Gresham has been the living Idea of this Grecian figure; unmoved by the threatenings of power, he has gone straight on in the tine of his duty to the integrity and...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 28 June 1888

His name la "Eli" p. Morton. TonsKA Capital's " or Bust." modified motto:' ir .uiaine s iooi inemis are nan as roo1 republicans as he Is, all will be well. J. its Democrat man should not for get he ia a gentleman if fie is a gen tleman. To the Topeka Capital: "Let us have peace." Blaine is all you ever claimed, and more, too. Tub Buffalo News, once the strong advocate of Grover Cleveland, now Bcores Lira unmercifully. Hen Harmon has been an elder in the First Presbyterian Church of In dianapolis for twenty-five years. u ... Emporia '8 anvil chorus yesterday afternoon, on receipt of the news of the selection of Harrison, must have been heard in Chicago. Tub democrats are already casting slurs at Harrison because he has an honorable ancestry. Cleveland fears no slurs on Lhls account." Tile Fenian firm down street seems to have got their Irish up. The editor of Trus News, however, will lose no sleep on their account. rooK little peesy-weesy plate sheet! We don't blame you for feeling b...

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. — 5 July 1888

PERSONAL WORK-. -Our readers will favor us by call inn the attention of neighbors to the Wektixy Nkws. 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 Wkkslt 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. I;'- ft KSTABM9HCD EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JUXX : 6, 1888. YOIi. 31. NO. 27. 11 1- ' i j i n . i i n j r . n. n- i h : . . Mr 5 A FIERCE FIGHT. A DespertU Four Cornered Fight Be. twsen OfSosrs and Outlaws. Three of I he Combatants Can led from 1he Field Dead. A Deadly Bitile B 4wcm a Bull and a Race Horse. An Indian Farmei'- Fleh and Bones Bo ting Away. Mitbkogek, I. T., July 2. A desper ate fight between United States officers and two notorious desperadoes took place at a green corn dance near Eau- fanla -late Saturday night. United Marshals Phillips and McUIougblin at tended the dance wi...

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. — 5 July 1888

THE NEWS. BT THE NEWS COMPANY. "tnsered a the Pcwtoffloe a Kraporla m ttoadUiMlliun. "DISLOYAL" TEMPLARS. The article which appeared in at Emporia ?aellna4 Every Thursday Lyoat Co maty $1.50 Per Year If Paid in Advance $1. CHARLES HARRIS. Kditob. H. D. HAMMOND, Bcsubss Mi. Aa km. THURSDAY, JULY fi, 1888. Wb still have 9100 In the hands of Howard Dunlap which has not been covered by AlcCown. Harrison and Morton are the two suggestive names given to twins in Usage City. Now let us bear from Cleveland. Thz president and his party serve the interests of Europe; we will sup port the interests of America. Re publican Platform. A Democratic slur: The republi can ticket ought to be popular with "Hebrew children." It is of the tribe of Benjamin and Levi." True Leavenworth Standard has come to the conclusion that "Cleveland may be elected without the aid of Kan sas." Great intellect. the Des Moines Register a few days ago concerning the order of the grand com mander Knights Templar, declaring...

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. — 5 July 1888

A DAY OF CRIMES Chubb McCarthy Hingud at Minna apolis, Kansas, by Mob. Tht SharifT and Marshal Mad Pris oners During tht Execution. Rvtnu Officers Worsted In a Fight with Arkansas Moonshiners. A I . a"k a I a Lunatic Boarai a irain Bent on Exterminating the Hands. Minneapolis, Kan., June 28. At 2 o'clock last night a party of forty or fifty masked men from Fountain town ship, this county, neighbors of Mike Dorse y who was murdered in bis bed a few days ags by Chubb McCarthy, came into this city and with a sledge and a bar. of railroad iron proceeded to break down the jail doors to got at Mc Carthy. The outside and one inskle door were broken open and then find ing greater resistance than expected they overpowered the jailor ana after a lively fight took away the keys. Not being able to find the one which opened the cell door, the mob then compelled the jailor to unlock the door. McCarthy was quickly taken out and hung to the Ueisen bridge across the Solomon river, about three miles ...

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. — 5 July 1888

Politics are becoming quite lively in tnia city. A rooa nomination for a minor office hurts the entire party. No paper will be issued from this of lice to-morrow, it being the "Fourth ol July." Qceut: Why have the democracy gone into (mourning so early in the campaign, as expressed by the black band around the white plug hat? Tiue republican party of Lyon coun ty can not afford to make nominees of men upon whose characters there are Btains, especially in the jndiciary. , The editor of the Democrat has not as yet claimed the tlOO for the benefit of the poor of the city. We understand that he is cultivating statistics on pov erty, in order to enable himself to en ter for a share. Puck cartoons Thurman as a bull fighter waving the bandana In the face of a shadow labelled "Republican par ty." We are afraid, however, that the old Roman will find it the liveliest shadow lie. ever tackled. At last, we learn, the democrats have caiisht enough enthuHiam from the republicans to announce that ...

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. — 12 July 1888

Etato Historical Swisty 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 endeavor to send us at. least one new subscriber during the coming month. 1.872 COLUMNS fORSl . .The Weekly Kews for One Dol lar in advance; the beet weekly news paper in Lyon county; republican in politics and prohibition in theory and practice. .". Sample copies free. ESTABLISHED EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JULY 13, 1888. VOL. 31. NO. 28. P AM A GAY FORGEUEB. A Sixteen. Year -Old Girl Fills Parse by Forgerj. Her Her Dazzling Career Cut Stnrt by Bulldozing Tactics. A Cloud BarsU Over Kti'-as City; Flooding: tha Stre.!. West Virginia Crops in a Dplrble Condition Owing to S ormn. Detroit, July V. There has just been brought tu public notice here a sixteen your old forger whose career in almost without parallel. She is the daughter of Joseph Mortin, a re spectable builder and is known as Jaml Mortin, aud.jis jdiss liogg, the latter na...

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. — 12 July 1888

THE HEWS.! BY THE NEWS COMPANY. stared at Mm Poetofflee at Emorta as MoaKl-UtMHWtr. frnkll-kii Kvery Tanteda at EpimirU 1-7 osj Gouty, 1.D0 fer Year If Paid in Advance 31. CHARLES HARRIS, Bditoh. H. D. HAMMOND, BcaiHSsa Majiaqer. THURSDAY, JULY 12, 1888. Small bronze Bh-p are being used as republican cuuipaijjn badges. Thb Topeka Capital has virtually joined the democracy, inasmuch as it is engaged in publishing lies from demo . cratic papers about Senator Ingall-T Benjamin has eight letters, Harri son eight, the year is 1888 and the nom ination was made on the eighth ballot. State Journal. Ant person sending a postal card through the mail containing the words "bad debts''' in conspicuous letters or ant other insulting languare, is now liable to arrest. Thb difference: Six b ull terriers and a bull calf have been named Grover Cleveland; while twins at Osage City were named after Harrison and Mor ton. OLD "Hickory" Jackson, to whom the democrats are fond of referring as a father, wou...

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. — 12 July 1888

FATALLY SHOT. Th Mayor and Justice of th Peace of Gusda Sprines Shot While Trying to Captura a Whisky Stand In a Cornfield. Fifty Paoplalniurad by tha Falling of a Grand Stand. A Savart Rain and Wind Storm ' Passas Ovar tha Northeast. Chicago, July 5. A special to the Times- from Geuda Springs, Kansas, ays: "While the day was being cele brated here to-day It was ascertained that Ike David. Jim Cherry and one Simmons, all colored, from Arkansas City, had opened a whisky stand in a corn field near by. Mayor L. C. Kenyon and Justice of the 1'eace Furry went out to put an end to the proceedings when Cherry shot the former through the bowels. wounding him fatally, and the latter through the leg. Afterwards the two swam the Arkansas river and are now in the Indian Territory. A posse was organized and are now in hot pursuit." UKUOA springs, July 6. Mayor Kenyon, who was shot during a raid on jointists yesterday died this morn ing. k FarfloM Jeorasy, Boston, July 8. A baloon which as- scend...

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. — 12 July 1888

TUB DISTRICT JtTDOcsrrrr Many of our test statesmen have contended that the Judiciary, in order to maintain the high standard looked for in the individuals holding offices of o much responsibility should never be subject to the chances and intrigues so common to offices changeable at every uuciuauon ot trie political tide. And that such a claim is a good one would naturally strike the thinking mind after reading the newspaper articles which have lately appeared in connec tion with the candidacy of at least one of our citizens for this office. Hut as the office, according to our preaent laws, in an elective one, like other oflicej of emolument, of course there must be the usual struggle for it as for the others. , This being the cage, the best thing we can do is to endeavor, if possible, to choose men to till such positions against whose characters, either public or pri vate, there is and has never been cast even the suspicion of a shadow- This should be done not only be cause the of...

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. — 19 July 1888

State Historical social ; t rcnynAL WUKK- . . t Our readers will favor us by call-' ing the attention of neighbors to the ' Wkekly News. We ask each of our friends to endeavor to send us i at least one new subscriber daring the coming month. ' . 1.872 COLUMNS F0R$1 The Weekly JTews for One Dol lar in advance; the best weekly news paper in Lyon county; republican in politics and prohibition in theory an?" practice. Sample copies free. . 1 ; I - lj i i - r r - ..- I; a - - t 4 4': I' i 5 t 5 i : 3 I " r i . I E8TAPUSHED GKAVhSV VICTORY. A Graves Delegation Selected by 133 to 55. Soma Warm Speeches by Candidates and Friends. W. J. Combs ot Hartford Nominated for Probite Judg. Colonel A- M. Flory Attorney. for County J. u. Tnylor Nominated fur District Clerk. The county convention was called to order this morning in the Whitley -Op- v era Mouse at 10.20 by W. S. Jay, chair man of the county central committee The call was read by Al Flory, secre tary of the committee. Dr. Shepherd, of Ha...

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. — 19 July 1888

NL'WG B V Till? X KV C . .! AN Y. Wd at ths PukiofflM at B mi pur la u Beooad Class Matter. - ?ahll ! Kvsry tbiiMlay Lyea Cx"ty, Kaus at Ksnoorla 11.50 Per Year If Paid in Advance $1. CHARLES HARRIS, Editob. H. D. HAMMOND, BoaiHBM Haiiqm. THURSDAY, JULY 19, 1888. ' It is a bad day f oi Grower Cleveland when be caa't get In a veto of a poor soldier's pension bill. The Topeka Flambeau, Club baa tendered its services to General Har rison for line in the Indiana campaign Mrs. Norton is the boat advertised actress in the world. All because she elooed with a iiewsoair man. Next IT is astonishing that Judge Thur nlan should have" any democratic friends. He blows his nose in a hand kerchief. Instead of the red bandanna, the democracy should adopt the British flag. It is more representative of Cleveland and the platform. Grovek Cleveland has done more to advance the cause of free trade than any I'rime Minister f England has ever done. London Spectator. "Wnois General Harrison " sneer tatfly ...

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. — 19 July 1888

TOBBDLEHT I7A.TERS. ejssssBaMejsBBBBsWBn)Sj Low Lands Along the Monongahela a Sea of Floating Debris. Docks, Barges and BoaU Sent Adnft by the Angry FJood. Mrs Norton Will Not Go Bank Ur Her Home for Fear of Her Life. Bald Knobbers Turning their Atten. tlon to Stealing Cattle. Pittsburg, July 11. The freshet in the Monongahela river is almost unpre cedented and great damage has been done to the river craft and property all along the river to the headwaters. The suddenness of the rise took the river U'en entirely unawares and they were not prepared when the exeat volume of water bnrst I'pon them. Millions of feet of lumber, scores of coal craft, fences, out houses and coal tipples have been floating down the swift cur rent for the past eighteen hours. The river at this point is still rising with twenty-one feet nine inches on the marks at 9 o'clock, it b reiui(iou us maiiuiiary wnu tweuij-j nve leet at Urcensboro a hundred smiles above this city. At every point between Greenstioru an...

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. — 19 July 1888

I am for Cleveland, free trade and no custom houses. Henry George: I AM in favor of it protective tariff and internal . improvements. Abra ham Lincoln. ' Mrs. Uariteld, widow President, has given fio.ooo field University t Wichita. of to the Gar- Wb declare our hostility to th iutrc- duction into thin country of ftieijii contract labor. Republican l'lat- form. m . ta. ... AitKx reaiaent ana bis party serve the interests of Europe; we will sup port the interests of Ameriea. Re publican 1'Iatf orm. . Fouk nuNOKXO " bottle of beer were destroyed in Topeka Saturday,' says me tjommonweaiui. no: mat s nothing; Wichita destroys four iiun dred bottles of beer every" hour of the day. Wichita Journal. Ditto Emporia. ' A republican candidate for Domin ation, supported by the Topeka Cap ital, has about as sure a thing of being elected in Kansas as a jerson who has already received a nomination by the democratic party. That is, he has altout as much show as a cat with its claws cut has in hades....

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. — 26 July 1888

Zlxts H!torUal SocUiy . ' PERSONAL WORK. . Our readers will favor us by call ing the attention of neighbors to the Kjeekly Hews. We ask each of our friends to endeavor to send us at least one new subscriber during the coming month. - 1.872 COLUMNS F0R$1- The Weekly News forOneDol-l lar in advance: the best weekly newsH paper in Lyon county; republican inj politics and prohibition in theory an practice. Sample copies free. 11 ESTABLISHED EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JDXY 26, 1888. IM7. VOIi. 31. NO. 80. I I f $f$ (v 1 j jy I ST'' S GETTYSBURG. Anecdotes of th Three Days' Sanguinary Fight. DAEINCt, DESPEEATE DEEDS. Stories of the Battle Told Five Tears After. C Barlow, In the flank. Barlow fell at the front and became a prisoner to Gordon. - On Barlow's extreme right was planted Battery G, Fourth Regular artillery, under a young lieutenant Bayard Wilkeson, a boy of 1. Wilkeson had left school In Europe to com. and earre hla country, and he enlisted aa a private, but wan a commission at ...

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. — 26 July 1888

THE NEWS. B V THC N i:V8 COMPANY. "tared at tha PoatoQce at Emporia a Bwmd-tlMlluiei. rikllth4 Every Thandsr at Kenmssrla Lyoa Caialr, Ki 11.50 Per Year If Paid in Advance $1. CHARLES HARRIS, Ki.itor. H. D. HAMMOND. Bcbikkhs Mahagek. THURSDAY, JULY 26, 1888. All the Kansas third are now in Hutchinson. patty people Look at the ticket that UvmU these columns. Isn't it a daisy? Kansas should be happy. Good crops and a republican irebi lent are now a ( ong the certainties. A bill has been pased in the senate to place General John C. Fremont on the retired list, with the rank of major general. COMMANDER-lM-ClllEr It ir A of the G. A. It., lias Issued an order prohibit ins the wearing of G. A. It. suits at political meetings. Tub Democracy claiiet that "the war Is a dead issue." According to Graver Cleveland, his pension vetoes are live issues. Kansas City Board of Trade has de cided to allow no suloou in their new exchange building. This comes of as Boclatingwith Kansans. No wonder the d...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
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