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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 4 October 1888

BORDER TROUBLES The Authorities at Rio Gr.nde City Have the Mexicans Checked. to 92.00 within a week, he went away to his club, leaving instructions with his brokers to sell the shorts . all the wheat they wanted at tl.25.or buy all i mey wouia seu at sijm. xnere is a suspicion that Hutchinson also has most or tne uece ruber wheat, ana in consequence that option went up to 1.00. . - - COSTLY PRAIRIE FIRES. Dakota Frsiris FirM Drtrsm Befsra s Ylolsst . , Gala. -8t. Paul, Minn., Sept. 27. From Jamestown, Dakota, the Pioneer Press learns that one of the most extensive prairie fires that ever Visited that sec-1 tion occurred yesterday and last sight. All the western rart of I .amour county A Batcher Meets Death after Holding I and much of the southern and western The Trouble Grcwi Oat of Polities and Libel Publications Quarantine and Health Officers-Get I Into a Difficulty. to a Baloon 1,000 Feet High. Bio Grande City, Texas, Sept. 27 Sheriff Brlto, of Cameren, and the sheriffs of Hllda...

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. — 4 October 1888

BBrtTBL.lC.lX TICKET. For President, . BENJAMIN HAB1USON, of Indiana. For Vice Prei-ldent, LEVI P. MOKION, - of New York. HTiTK TICKET. For AocLU Justice of Supreme Coui t, W.A.JOHNSTON, or Ottawa County. For Gorernor, LYMAN U. HCMPHHEY, of Montgomery County. For Lieutenant Governor, A. J. FELT, of Nemaha County. For Secretary of htato, WILLIAM inUGIKS. of Shawnee County. For Treaaiin-r of .State. J. W. HAMILTON, k of Sumner County. For Audi tor of State. TIMOTHY McCAttTHY, of Pawnee County. For Attorney General, L. II. KELLOGG, of Lyon Conty. For Superintendent of Public Inti uct-oii. GEOKGEW. W1NANS. of Duvl County. COINTV TICKtT. for Coiiktwsh, Fourth lit .Thoe. Kyan For Ketrfentatlve, Mlb Dint. ...J. J. Wrlifbt ForKepre-ntatle, 5fth Dim .Fremont Miller For Judire lilMrict Court C. li. Grave l-or tiuuty Attorney .....A. M. Flory For Probate Judge V. J. Combs for UMtrli't Clerk J. G. Traylor For County Superintendent A. A. Steven For County ConiDiltmloiier, M Dint . J. W. Loy For ...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 11 October 1888

PERSONAL WORK- Ourreiul ATM v 111 fntrr 1 1 Vi ja11. '-mm ing the attention of neighbors to the 1,672 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 an. practice. Sample copies free. . cer.lt niswu. we 88K eacn or oar friends to endeavor to send us at least one new . subscriber daring the coming month. .. . ffl I ! 1 III 1-1 lil I Ill -I S r I -.s ' t x ) 0 ESTABLISHED 607. MR & T R t ( iEIVE Rfi 111. XV. Uy X ii 1 U ' I LOl. H I. Cross Of tmpona and u0. 1 Arii i ,..,i, . tddy Of Leavenworth rhfttnr.w lndora Rr.uar r,f h. II j I S. Suprsme Con t Saturday as Receiver of the M T. Rai way To Take Charge cf its Affairs on November 1st. A Just Recognition of Two Well Known Kansans. The Full Text of the Order of the Court. From the Republican. It will be remembered that for some months pasta dissatisfaction on the part of the foreign stockholders in the M. K. & T. Hallway with i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 11 October 1888

THE NEWS.1 BT THE NEWS COMPANY. -sred at tbe PostolSee at XmporlA M Class Matter. I atvery Tharsilay Lyeai Comaty. Kaa 4 bwll SI .50 Per Year If Paid in Advance $1. CHAKLE8 HARRIS, Editok. H. D. HAMMOND, Bubihxm VlAHAQXR. THUESDAY, OCT. 11, 1888. talFCTgUCA T10KJET. For President, BENJAMIN HARRISON, of Indian. Kor Vloe President, LEVI P. MORTON, of New York. STATE TICK BT. Kor Associate Justice of Supreme Court, W. A. JOHNSTON, of Ottawa County. For Governor, LYMAN U. HUMPH KEY, of Montgomery County. For Lieutenant Governor, A. J. FELT, of Nemaha County. For Secretary of State, WILLIAM HIGGIN8, of Shawnee County. - For Treasurer of State, J.W.HAMILTON, of Sumner County. For Auditor of State. TIMOTHY MCCARTHY. of Pawnee County. For Attorney General, L. B. KELLOGO, of Lyon Conty. for Superintendent of Public Instruction, GEO HOE W. W1NAN8, of Davis County. COUNTY TICK IT. For Congress, Fourth Diet. Thoa. Rvsn Kor Representative, Mth Dlst....J. J. Wright KorRepresentatlze, 66th Dist .F...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 11 October 1888

- I i t I; 1- i ( I r A BEVENUE BILL. The RepublieaM Report Their Bill for Reducing the Surplus. 8agtr Goes Dowa About Fifty Per ' Cent on the Whole. Tobaooo Tax Repealed and Revenue Taken off Aleohol Used la Arts. A Full Llit or Articles to be Subject to Change. senate for the entire 27,759,000 . 6,500,000 . 24,600,000 7,000,000 Washington, Oct. 3. The finance committee's substitute Mill' tariff bill embodies the revision of the tariff schedules. The administrative features of the present law proposing a re-enactment of ail such features, in the opinion of the majority of the committee ou;ht not to be changed. The following synopsis contains all changes as compared with the present law. the rates by the pres ent law being given in parenthesis with each item, except when the article is not enumerated in the existing law. The following are the additions to the free list: Acorns, dried, cured or undried; baryta, sulphate of boryts, unmanufactured, beeswax. Books and Sampblets, printed...

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. — 11 October 1888

VALEDICTORY. Some two years and a half ago, at the urgent request of the stockholders of this paper, I consented, temporarily, to take charge of their interests, as well as an interest of my own. Having dis posed of my interest, and other busi ness now demanding my attention, it becomes necessary for me to., sever my connection with the paper. My past associations with all interested in its o wnership or management have been of the very pleasantest character, and they continue the same to-day. In bidding adieu to the many kind friends who have been constant readers of The News while under my charge, I can not say it is not without regret that I do so. At the same time the burden has been no light one. and, for a time at least, it will be a relief to feel that the constant grind and routine of . Drenarincr matter for d ally paper has been lifted from one's shoulders. While the labor Is one which every true newspaper man loves as he does nothing else, still the burden at 9 times becom...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 18 October 1888

PERSONAL WORK. Our road ATI win fnr m v 3f 1.872 COLUMNS FOR $1 The Weekxt News for One Dol lar in advance; the best weekly news paper in Lyon county; republican in politics and prohibition in theory at ling the attention of neighbors to the I W vwv v "XT I- fc. - m .name, ir c oaa cacn UI our friends to endeavor to send at least one new subscriber daring the coming month. - " practice. - Sample copies free. ' h ESTABLISHED I fed 7. EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1888. VOIi. 31. NO. 42. 1 r- r I- - r i Y "GERMANJENSATION. Extracts from the Alleged Diary of the Late Emperor. THEY BEAD AS IP AUTHENTIC le Tells (Um PnltelMriM to the 1 Was farhlsansss e 4 tfc lrTtaeaa asa-m-tiH of Victories Mm AJreetrns; m rrtim "DebeAe a 111 riea WBllia Piwlslmed The sensation of the day la Europe Is tb publication of the tate Emperor rredariaVs diary. Though kawma emperor but a abort time, tills diary goes far to prove that be, more than hi father, the noted Emperor WUheha, was the teal author...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 18 October 1888

THE NEWS. BIT TI1K NEWS COMPANY. " red at ths Pus to race at Kmporia "a -Saeond I la. Matter. rablUUnd Kvary Tharsday 1 Knnorl 1 Lyaa Couty, K 1.50 Per Year If Paid in Advance $1 H. D. HAMMOND. Business Masaobis. THURSDAY, . OCT. 18, 1888. RBri'BLlCAX TIVKKT. For President, BENJAMIN HARKI86N, of Indiana. For Vloe President. . LEVI P. MOB ION, of New York. TITS TICKET. For Associate Justloe of Supreme Court, W. A. JOHNSTON, of Ottawa Count jr. For Governor, LYMAN V. HUMPHREY, of Montgomery County. For Lieutenant Governor, A. J. FELT, of Nemaha County. For Secretary or etate, WILLIAM HIGGIN8, of Shawnee County. For Treaaurer of State, J. W. HAMILTON, of Sumner County. For Auditor of State. timothy McCarthy, or Pawnee County. For Attorney General, L. TO. KELLOGG, or Lyon Conty. For Superintendent or Publlo Instruction, GEORGE W. WINANS, of Davis County. l'l)NTVTICH aT. For Consress. Fourth Plat. Tboa. Ryan For Representative, Mtta Dint. ...J. J. Wrlsrht ForKepresentatlxe, 66th Dlst .Fr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 18 October 1888

A FBIfinTFULCCASB. Att Exennloa Train G round to Splin ter on the Lehigh Road. The Number Killed Plaead t 55 aad 40 Wounded. Human Bodies Mangled, Burned and 8oalded Oat of Shape. Fnends and Relatires of the Uofor tnnatea Frntie With Gnel. . Wxxjussuakub, l'a., Oct. 11. About ton o'clock last night a dreadtul acci dent on the Lehigh Valley railroad was rumored to have taken place. Farther reports say the wrecked train was a section of an excursion train returning from llazleton. Nearly six thousand Luzerne and Lackawanna people had gone there but no one knew just who bad returned. Gradually the stories took a terrible form. It leaked out that Superintendent Mitchell and others had gone down the road by a special engine. Then a private tele gram arrived, saying that the accident had occurred at Mud Bun, one section of the excursion train running into an other. Fort? persons were reported killed. The New Jersey Central train finally brought news to the effect that eighty were killed a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 18 October 1888

BsxAToa Plumu speaks at Douglas tO-OHHTOW nltrlit. IJVIO- Wuem congres can command a rum it will adjourn. An exchange thinks that the strong point about Harrison's they are read. pecches is that Father Schleyeu, the inventor of Volapuk, is dead. All good Volpuk- ists will chant a solemn requiescat in Volapuk. Tbs Lawrence Tribune has a sneak ing idea that in the event of Harrison's election Senator l'lumb will be secre tary of the treasury. Neither Chicago nor Wichita are as jealous of each other as they were sinew the kermess at the letter place is ended, and the street car strike at the former. To supplement and aid 4ohn I. Da venport's supervisor's in New York city, a protection league has been formed to prevent frauds on the ballot box in the cotnlne election. Intebest in European politics cen ten about the young German emperor and is especially concerned about the manner in which he kisses his royal brethren aud embraces exalted functionaries. Both Quay and lirice, chairmen re ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 25 October 1888

. FfcRSONAl WORK.. -: Our readers wttl favor? us byScall ing the attention of neighbors to the YkEKCLY Nsws. We ask eaeb 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 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. ESTABLISHED IU7. EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1888. VOJj. 31. NO. 43. f A v r t A- i i GENERAL NEWS. Tha W. C. T. U. Convention Warms up la Debate. A Big Delegation of Buckeye People Call on Harrison. did sot meet him at the station on his return from , Austria. It is inferred that the bishops side with Queen Na tille. r THE BUCKEYE BRIGADE. Mrs. Payne of Kansas City Arrested for Attemp.ed Murder. A Lika Steamer Dashed to Pieces in "a Violent Storm. New Yoke, Oet. 22. When the na tional contention of the Worn ana' Christian Temperance Union resumed - its business session in Me...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 25 October 1888

THS WEEKLY NEWS munn Br m NEWS J. F. O'OOffWOft. Editor. H. t. HtHVOHD, Business Miniw. o SUBSCRIPTION MA TE8: - On rear, payable In advance Biz month " Thra month4 " If not paid la advance S1..SO per year. DAILY COITIOH. On rear On month. Entered at the poatoffloa at Emporia, Kan sas, a second-class matter. THURSDAY, OCT. 25, 1888. .tim am Tine woman who owned "Mary U Lamb" has been found. Lit- The latest at Wichita is a prize fight in which neither party whipped. Whatever is boldly stated and plausibly maintained is the essence of successful politics. COMB TO KANSAS. The hardships of country life in the north west have abundant illustration at present in Ramsey county, Dakota COMPANY, r,", fuel, and have nothing but rags to cover their nakedness. The . August frost that destroyed their wheat and vegetables is credited with the exist ing poverty and destitution. It is probable that too much honor is be stowed upon Jack Frost. No one will believe that a nipping of the crops by him s...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 25 October 1888

JUMPED TEE TRACK I A B. & 0. Train GaetOver a Trsstle to Destruction. Two Persons Ki ted Outright and About Twenty Woundd. Fifttenth Annual Convention of the W.C T:U. in Session. Non-Citizens of the Chickasaw Na lioa Organizing for Protection. I1TT0BUBO. Oct. 1. It is reported here that the Cincinnati express on the B. & O., was wrecked near Wash ington this morning. Three persons are. reported killed and a large number injured. The accident was caused by a train running into an open switch. The train was completely wrecked. The engineer, fireman and two others were killed and fifteen injured. Among the injured are Stephen Col lins, Superintendent of the Pittsburg pofltoffiee and Captain llatchellor, also of this city. Another diipatcli says the cannon ball express on the 1$. & O., which left Cincinnati last nbbt, ran into an open witch near the Wsabington. Pennsyl vania depot about 6:30 o'clock this morning, and was precipitated over a trestle n distance of ten feet. Th...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 25 October 1888

THE WEEfcLY NEWS THURSDAY. OCTOBER 25, 1885. Bill Nye Adjacent." is now called "William A "chicken Pie Social" is the lat est invention at Fort Scott. Tilebb was scarcely enough of con gress left when the final hour arrived to adjourn. Tub Leavenworth limes says that Rev. Bernard Kelly is stumping Indi ana for Harrison. Tius prudent and frugal man who nurses his surplus if lie is tunate enough to have one. is be fortu- . With the deepest snow in six years. sleighing U the principal thing now in Minnesota, always excepting politics. A monument to General Grant was unveiled in' St. Louis last Saturday. General John W. Noble delivered the address. The State Journal of Topeka pokes fun at the expose of Winfield anarch lam published in a few papers last Friday morning. There appears to be a good deal of f ol de rol about the " Videttes" 4Mic ladders," or what ever they choose to call themselves. , Curiosity is on tip-toe with eager ness to know whether the defaulting postmaster at Mlnot,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 1 November 1888

y '0 is i ESTABLISH CO IB57. v EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1888. VOI. 31. NO, 44. 1 y t RIOT RAMPANT. Chicago Street Cars Stopped Pastengers Intimidated and A Wile Beaten to Death by her Hos ' band and a Babe Drowned. A Hand Car Thrown From The Track and Three Persona Killed. and Chicago. The hand-car was thrown from the track and Mra. Baadaand har T.fJVA aATtfl aiMTAM m vsi I n were instantly killed. Mr. Baade and the other man escaped. - When the train struck the car Mrs. Bade threw her baby down a bank twenty feet high and Bared its life. Baade is frantic with grief and threatens to commit suicide. - - DICKINSON'S REVENGE. Blaiae 8tigMUx4 m the Iaoaraatioa af Ettj- taiag Pals and uarigatssas. - Grand Uapids, Mich., Uct 27. Postmaster-General Dickinson deliver ed a political address here to-night. He devoted most of his speech to Mr. Blaine whom he characterized as the Workman on a fuspansion Bridge Killed or Badly Wounded. A Bride of Three Days Poisons Family Through J...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 1 November 1888

THHT7EEKLY NEWS rrauiin by tbc NEWS COMPANY, J. F. O'COHWOB. H. D. Hammobo, fluilnww Manager. Editor. BVBSCBIPTIOIT BATBB: One year, payable In ad ranee tl 00 81 month " eft Three months' " 35 if not paid in advance per year. DilLT BDITIOIi. Oneyear. M On One month - 60 Entered t the poatofflo at Emporia, Kaa- i mm icwhmihi matter. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1888. Thb Win field Daily Telegram given up the ghost. has Thk strike among the coal miners in England la spreading. Tub New York Herald raised t3,000 for the suffering Jews in Dakota. A nkw baking powder is called "Old Hutch," because it makes flour rise so easily. "LrnuB Chicago" is the way they spen it now at Hutchinson. What a slam at Kansas City. Blaine can be very sarcaatio when he tries, as Governor Hill well knows since the former's Rochester speech. Congressman Ferktns and John A. Eaton will meet in Joint discussion twice next week In Independence and Parsons. Kansas has another defaulter in Thomas J. Gooden, treasurer of Ra...

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. — 1 November 1888

GENERAL NEWS; Philanthropist Donatas V Mi lion for the Education of Blacks. A Tanntssea Traasurar Missing and Also $25,000 of tha Funds. Taxas Vidattes Exposad by tha Publi cation of Thalr Ritual. Conflict Likely to Occur at Canadian Pacific Crossing. tha New Haven , Conn., Oct. 25 Dan iel Hand, an aged and wealthy rest- dent of Guilford, near this city, has given one million dollars to the Amer ican Missionary society of New York city, to be held in trust by the associa tion and the interest to be devoted to the education of colored people in the old slave states of the south. The as sociation is to have unrestricted charge of the expenditure of the interest, except that it must be devoted to the education of such colored people as are needy and indigent and such as by their health, strength and vigor of body and mind give Indication of efficiency and usefulness in after life. Keeert si the Kilitary Prlsoa Cauiuioi- WAsnixo-roN, Oct. 24. The military prison commission have made the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 1 November 1888

THE WEEKLY NEWS THUES12AY, NOVEMBER 1, 1888. "Go West" is the cry now at Waah irJfeton. ' Kansas Citt is having another reign or root-pads. --- , Tdebe are 1,000 old soldiers in the Leavenworth Soldier's home. Ben Butleb is stumping Michigan for Harrison and protection. A woman in Georgia has a beard 5 leet Inches long. The beard is her husband. Now laugh. Mxss Alicjc Stockton, aged twenty- six, is the equal rights candidate for governor of Massachusetts. Two European celebrities, Mary An derson and Charles Mitchell, the slug ger, sailed Sunday for New York. J. HERB is tuts to be said against cro cheting. No matter how skillful, a lady can never crochet a ' good biscuit or pumpkin pie. xue Arkansas City Traveler pre dicts a plurality for Humphrey of vu.uuu. ine xraveier is otnerwise a very good paper. Leavenworth still thinks she is the largest city in the state. Of course Wichita and Topeka will both rise up and call her a liar. An Eagle pun: "It is claimed that Belva Lockwood neve...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 8 November 1888

. - - ' r - : : : : . , , 11 III il Jii ESTABLISHED EMPORIA. KANSAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1888. VCXL. 31. NO. 45. if" I ii V. V ft r A. THE ELECTION? Vary Chilly Day for Democrats dwncast Indications all Point to the tUction of Harrison. Congress Likely to be Republican in Both Branches. Judge Graves Re-elected by About 1.000 M.jority. Owing to tlii changed condition of the atmosphere this U a cold day for democrats. Up to 12 o'clock last night the indications were favorable for Cleveland, not eo much so as to cause Any jubilation, but they felt ged as they gathered at headquarters and listened to the reading of bulletins. At republican beadquorters tip to midnight the feeling was dire'of "doubt. At that time bulletins 'became more favorable and the boys began to cheer up. As the night advanced the returns from New York: grew more and more favorable and then the corner room in the Whitley oecame a pandemonium. The cheering was deafening. This morning the democrats looked downcast a...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 8 November 1888

THE WEEKLY NEWS rtrnbiaBBD r tin NEWS COMPANY, J. V. O'Coif kobl IT. T U munMik Kditor Ilusinctss Manaircr. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One rear, .payable In advance II Ml Hi a months (in -l nrae months" 35 j i not psia in aavance SI. SO per rear. DAILT EDITION. one year won One month 00 Entered at the poatoffloe at Empoila, Kan sea, aa second-class matter. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 18S8. Hutchinson will never be happy any more until sue gets sewers. Marry in the fall and you will Lave only your own winter clothipg to buy. GROVKR Mmn 'nvcmlir Iwtntv ninth' aa a day for thanksgiving and praise. vBAzy Teas ' are now being alter nated in Kansas with "Mother Goose 8ocials." This is one way of diversi fying things. Adieu, Mr. West, adieu. Thou flndest, as did 1'olonloun, that "to be too busy Is some danger." XV wish thee a safe voyage and a happy land ing. mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm The latest twist Grover has given the tail of the British lion has made the old fellow howl as he never howled before. It is...

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