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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 13 December 1888

SANITARY. Third An nail SUle Sanitary Coa. vention tonrenes in the Aagembly Room of the Normal. -t Large AUendanoe at the Opening 'Session. The Water Supply and Sewerage Questions Discussed. Full Text of Dr. L. D. Jcob' Paper on Drainage and Sewerage. The third annual meeting of the State Sanitary convention opened its first session in the assembly room of the but Xoioial Wednesday at 7 o'clock, and the attendance was much larger than anticipated, and very grat ifying to the association. After an In vocation by Rev, Sauerber. Dr. Kendy delivered the address of welcome, which was a very happy one. Hon. John K. Wright, presl lent of the con vention, delivered the response in well chosen remarks. Before proceeding with the work of the convention. Dr. U. II. T. Johnson of Atchison stated the object of their assembling from year to year, lie said that the larger class of our people go on regardless of the dangers around them in regard to preventable diseases. Some very startling facta 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. — 13 December 1888

THE WEEKLY NEWS THURSDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1888, Chicago boasts of twenty decrees of divorces granted in one day. Tms common rate ot interest charged , by Dakota banks is 24 per cent. The senate will pass a tariff bill be fore many days. .... The query b what witfthe house do with it? Mrs. Da. Potts is coining money as a lecturer by telling Kansas husbands how to control mothers-in-law. ' Tope k a was thirty-four years old last Werineari !1V. Win von fl Mia a v o s. . - -,mwj m , aa SA-eV WUV 826 of a western town as vnn would t.hn age of an Individual. ' i. , at Tub preparatory department in the btate University at Lawrence seems to be a white elephant on the bands of President Llppinoott. Tub Topeka Democrat goes to the trouble to deny the rumor in circula tion that Thomas Moonlight had abandoned democracy. Theke seems to be but one man in the country who is not talking about the new cabinet and he is the man who will have to make it. "Ox to Oklahoma" is the cry in outbern Kansas. The...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 20 December 1888

' -a i a a w -a a. b w - n V - 1 . .11 111 1 ESTABLISHED EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1888. VOIi. 31. NO. 51. I V c .-A X r y I ftl l-'Kl 111 P PIl I IT I? T . I ever credited In shiPDine circles, and is iuu- - 1' U A-U. looked unon aa a mnvommt of the liaytten minister. It is argued that this crew will at once be sent to Port au Prince and be placed immediately on the Haytien Republic. The vessel's bead will then be headed for js'ew lork where she will arrive, barring accidents, before the American vessels (jrKlena and x antic can reach IlaytL Ipaorge Mason Gets His Threat Cut In a Dael.With Kaive. A Horsethief Murders a Farmer and Takes His Stock.' TheC, R I. & P. Defendant in 24 Suits for Extortionate thirgei. Southern Manufacturers to Present an " Address to Harrison. , : Whehxino, W. Va., Dec. 17.. A tel egram from Barkley Springs narrates a fatal encounter at Howard's Chapel, Morgan county, between two young men armed with knives. George Ma son and John Lamp ina...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 20 December 1888

THE WEEKLY NEWS rt'ULIBKKIl r THI NEWS COMPANY, X T. O'Conwor. H. T. HiVMOici), Business Man titer. Editor. S V BSC KIP TI O.V RA TBS: One year, payable In advance 11 00 ! month " . iv Three months" " ao It not paid lit advance Wl.SO per year. 1AILY IDITIOf. One year. $fi 00 Oue niuutb au Entered at the pootofflce at Emporia, Kan at, as second-class matter. THURSDAY, DECEMBER, 0, 1888. Blaine or Sherman, be? Whlcu shall it Tub Impression Heems to be growing that Tom Osborn has honors enough Toi'kka seems to be afflicted with too much mayor, or rather not enough or the right sort. Soutii Carolina ha8 no divorce law, Separation for cauue may be allowed tut not a divorce. Maiionk would like to steaL into Harrison's cabinet in the capacity of postmaster general. - XtL'Reka is Baid to be in a condition to givj birth to a bcandal of regulation proportions and toothsomeness. Jf doe Cooley is wrathy over the conduct of the railroad people, and pro poses to prosecute them to the fullest exte...

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. — 20 December 1888

ODIOS PKACTICE8. Judga Cooley Ventilates' rits Wrath Over Railroad Wrongs. Evidence Enough to Warrant Several Criminal Prosecutions. The Inter-State Commission Will Investigate all Complaints. e Full 'Extant of the Law to ba Meted Out to the Guilty. Chicago, Dec. 13. Interstate Com merce Commissioners Cooley and Mor rison left for the east last evening. In an interview printed in a local paper, Judge Cooley says that the willful vio lations of law and illegal and illegiti mate means resorted to by railroad offi cials to secure advantages over each other, revealed by the investigation made by himself and Commissioner Morrison, were much worse than any member of the commission had sup posed. The reason that the matter had not been taken up before was that the commissioners aid not get any more knowledge of their doings than was furnished them by aggrieved par ties. The railroads seemed to be gov erned by the rule that prevails among all law-breakers not to tell tales on each other. La...

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. — 20 December 1888

THE WEEKLY NEWS THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1888: "Down with the White Caps," is the way they sing it in western Kansas. Charles Francis adams admits and deplores the low grade of commer cial honor prevalent among railroad men. Rocket Burns is the patron saint of Cottonwood Falls. Ilis 130th anni versary -will be duly celebrated there January 25th. . Would it not be well for Leaven worth to fix the minimum salary that will give a young man the entree to its highfalutln society circles? Last week France, the most demo cratic nation in Europe, loaned Rus sia, the most autocratic and despotic nation, one hundred million francs'. The Yankee is a litigious animal. A pair of Connecticut Yankees have pone to law about a set of false teeth. The suit promises to last as long as the teeth. " "Old Hutch ," the man who has made so many others sick, is now t. .1.1. : i Ti'i. t 4uiw7 oii;a. jiiLuscii. r ucicab uiau j a poor "lamb" will utter "The devil mend him." . Cockkell, of tLeXew York "World does...

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. — 27 December 1888

- Stats KUIvrlflal Society 5- 4 t n 9 M L1 ESTABLISHED Ito37. . EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1888. VCXL. 31. NO. 52. g ' I . I ' i it il T I) f i CRIMINAL WORLD. Mrs. Stephens Fatally Stabs a Delin quent Tenant. Tru Victim's Children Badly But Not j Dangerously Cut. A Defaulting Treasurer Suicides on ' His Child's Grave. Christman's Butcher Will be Ar rested in Liverpool. Someuset, Ky., Dec. 24 Mrs. Frank Stephens, wife of a well-to-do farmer, rented a patch of ground to Mrs. Burchfleld. The latter fell be hind in her rent and a quarrel was the result. ' Saturday Mrs. Burchfield was in her field with her two children when Mrs. Stephens approached, and after a few words pulled from a fold of her dress a Iwwie knife and savagely at tacked Mrs. Burchfleld, stabbing her in the breast and under the left shoulder. Mrs. Burchtield's little children rushed to their mother's assistance, when the maddened amazon turned on them, cut ting both severely but not dangerously. The wounde...

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. — 27 December 1888

THE WEEKLY NEWS pi'Biasneo my Tin NEWS COMPANY, J. F. , O'COMNOR, EUitor. if. t. Hammond, liiidinewi Manager. SUBSCRIPTION RATES O 19 yen r, payable In advance ,1 UU rix mouia . . . Throe months" It not paid lu advance WI.SO per year. UAII.T EDITION. One year 6 t lino raout b 80 Entered at the iKtMtfiftinM itl Fmnnrlft. Knn- sas, as second-class manor. THURSDAY, DECEMIJElt 27, 1888. The safe-blower lias invaded Wich ita. At Joliet, Illinois, a few days ao, a man ninety j ears old suicided. Disap pointment in love, probably. " Whinkom etkii" ishe latest inven tion of Miush Murdock. A word, we suppose, from his boasted Thesaurus. K"""S?"SSa! Every public school in iSan Jose is connected by telephone with the super intendent's oflice. Why would not such a system work well in this city? M. us Lks.ski's was affected to copi ous tears in his interview with his stockholders, and mote water stood in his eyes than will ever stand in his l'anuma canal. Chicago Herald. Well, Boss (juay has cal...

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. — 27 December 1888

mmmmm rmmj VII XII li JLSJ U A.1 J Araha mi th Pnaur iimi CnaVu Bombarded by British. The Rebels Contest for Victory With m Fanatical Bravery, Bat Forced to Abandon their Trenches and Retrra'. Gen. Grenfell Reports the Enemy' Loss it Fonr Hundred. BiTAKiH, Dec. 20. Before dawn. this morning the liritinh man-of-war Star ling and an Egyptian steamer moved up the coast, with orders to cover the rebels at Ilandoub. At daybreak the boats opened Ore on the rebel trenches and the troops advanced to the attack. The Black brigade was on the right tlank and the cavalry and mounted in fantry covering the Scottish borderers. The Welsh regiment and the Egyptian Viricajla occunied mi rmhunkment txt- tween the forts, the British infantiy being held in reserve. The forts belled the trenches, keeping up a ter rible tire. The enemy held their ground Within the trenches unil the Black bri gade charged, when they fell, after half an hour's bard fighting. The reb els fought with fanatical bravery. Two o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 27 December 1888

THE WEEKLY NEWS THURSDAY, DECEMBER 27, During the month of Jlecemlvr a statement vtU be mailed to aUour sub scribers who are one year or more in arrears. One object in doing this is to, give all a chance t( correct any errors that may have been made by our neg lect in giving proper credits.- The oth er and principal one is to induce those in arrears to pay up. No one who re ceives a statement can reasonably be come offended thereby, for we a&k nothing inconsistent w ith good busi ness principles; and should any one feel so inclined he should remember that this necessity was caused by his own neglect. Air the htatemenls w ill be presented in a bplrit of courtesy, but in cases where the amount is $u or $7, for four or five years' subscriptions, we want it distinctly understood that the demand, while most courteoyBly made, must be considered urgent, and should be treated the same as though it were frjin a dry goods, grocery or any other merchant. Ve truf.t this notice will sulllce,...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 3 January 1889

2 i f. r ii ii a vf nut mm S f ESTABLISHED I87. " WHATEVER IS, 13 6 EST. 1 knowaa my life crow older And mine eye bar clearer eUch. That ondar aarh rank wrong; eosoewbew Ttaara liaa tbe root of flight; That each Borrow baa to purpose ' By the aorrowinK oft unirueaaed: But aa aura aa tha aua brings morning Whatever la. is beat. 1 know that each sinful action. As sura aa tbe olgbt brinn Is eomewhere. eome time punished, Tbo' tba hoar b loag- delayed. I know thaf the eoul Is aided Sometimes by the heart's unrest, And to grow means often to suffer; But, whatever la, is beat" Ella Wheeler Wilcox. AN UNEXPECTED VISIT. It waa with the air of a man pro foundly Indifferent to his own successes, that Gerard Strickland, twitching his cuffs and stretching his arms, before let ting his hands fall Into his lap, sank back into the luxurious arm chair by his li brary fire, after throwing on the table tlie letter that announced his promotion to an enviable poet in the civil service. As be thought of...

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. — 3 January 1889

al III RBD BIT TBI COMPANY, 'OH, tilltur. H. T. Hamword. -liu.lnen Manasvr. S VBSCBIP TJOlf SA TBS: Payable la advance.. ...IV 00 . " eft :ith " id la advance ei.SO per year. r DA1XT KDfTlOa. J..... M oo 60 at the poatoffioa at Emporia, Kan. md-i-lasa matter. DAY, JANUAEY 2 , 1889. Jdrunks elca. k are common at To- Sor Muxes growl audibly against Xmaa." : Ladies, you have but two days lore in which to propose. Fokt Scott has bargained to sit or a few nights with the Kirmess. up Ivokebt Elsmkok" is Belling for !ght cents in paper copies at Chicago. The state will be called on to give 750,000 more to complete the capital at lopeka. ) WnBTHEB Blaine shall go into the atynet or the soup Is still a mooted ;ueatIon. ' Two more young girls at Wichita aye gone the Salvation Army route :iat is, to the bad. i Cincinnati produces a man, one landle, who has just defeated Iiogard is in a shooting match. : The controversy &n to whether 'lame's name is Jill or Dennis over ' pa ererythlng else....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 3 January 1889

CHAPTER OF CBIEIES. A Quaker City Murderer Conceals His Crime ' By Placing the Mingled Remains in the Lake. Serious Charges of Debauchery Against Dr. Mulliken. Tinkler, the Bay Forgerer Betrays His Accomplice in Crime. riiiLADELnA, Dec. 20. A party of boys while playing in East Fairmoant park to-day, found two small bundles in the small lake there and in a spirit of curfouuity one of the boys cut a trlng off one of the bundles and was horrified when a human head rolled The police authorities were at once noticed and further investigation developed the fact that the bundle first opened also contained the dismembered trunk of a human body, the other bundle on being opened disclosed the nude legs belonging to the trunk found in the other package. Evidently a most horrible murder has been commit ed and the conditions of the remains indicated that the deed had been done within twenty-four hours of the find in? of the remains. The legs had been cut off close to the trunk, the left one hav...

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. — 3 January 1889

THE WEEKLY NEWS THURSDAY, JANUARY 3, 1889. Tub Lawrence Evening Tribune has been absorbed by the Journal. Tile custom of keeping open house and receiving calls on New Year has cone almost entirely into Innocuous desuetude. " John A. Martin says he Is out of politics and wants no office. All the office seekers simultaneously applaud and pretend to believe him with all their souls. Jat Gould gave each of his children 1100,000 for a Christmas present. Jay will get that amount back again if he has to wreck as many railroads as he has children. - Thjc Newton Republican disowns John Preston Campbell, the alleged poet. No w, why not tell ur where that struggling genius does belong, or is he a nulllus Alius. It Imitation be flattery, then James Whitcomb Riley is one of the most flat tered men In America. We know of no writer in America who has as many Imitators as he. Tub Atchison Globe, a very modest paper though it be, takes to itself the credit of bringing Osborn to time on the banner bu...

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. — 10 January 1889

r I EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 10, 1889. VOX,. 32. 3STO. 2. " t " ' ' II.. 0 - . .- ,--,., - . . .... . - - . -. - fHSSAl-Jr XiLUUnui., I The Governor's B;ennnia! Message o the Lcg slature. A Voluminous Raview of the State's - Stu3dy Growth. ( Four Years of Marvelous Increase in Kail.oads. The Financial Condition of the Sun- flower State. Tah Senate and Boom of Representatives! - Section five, of article one, of tbe constitution, prescribes that tbe gov ernor "shall at tbe commencement of every session of the legislature, com municate in writiHg such information as be may posses la reference to tbe condition of tbe state, and recom mend such measures as be may deem expedient." This year, for the first time in the history of the state, tbe trrm or tbe re tiring governor does not expire until six days after tbe assembling of the legislature, and thus it is made my duty, under tbe provision of tbe consti tution above recited, to transmit to you this communication. 1 have no dis...

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. — 10 January 1889

7 KLYNEWS rCBkJSBZD sr THK 1IEW8 COMPANY, J. H. D. Hammohd. Business Mwiier, Editor.' SUBSCRIPTION BATES: . ) year, payable la advance. i'lUKWUll " .- , 'Mh? nouthi1 XX nut paid ia advance 1 .U iter year DAILY SDITIOM. .l : Ontyttr WOO Una month W Entered at the Bostofflee at Emporia, Kan IH,u aeooud-ciase matter. THUBSDAY. JAKUARY 10, 1889, roaTMASTKB Shelly of Kansas City s about to be removed (or incompe tency. ' ' A Fhkscti youDic lady dyed her hair to match the color of her favorite's horses. 1 Cincinnati and St. .Louis appear to be Tying with each other in the mat ter of fires. - Tna Y. M. C. A.s had a monopoly of the "open bouse" business New Year's day. - The Lawrence Journal u rices ' th e name of Senator numb for secretary of the treasury. - GexbjU II Altai son had a couple of ("Liinuisaed callers yesterday in Sen- i'.ora llumb and Iliscock. Sxjkatoh Plumb expressed the opin ion yesterday that Blaine would sit at the head of Harrison's eabinet. HIL , J dnxr Justicsj Fciakr...

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. — 10 January 1889

SAFE BLOWERS. A Canadian Officer Tackles Time Bobbers on a Train. A Ballet Crashes Through a Window tad Hit Hat. . The Conductor Ordered to "Drop Un der that Seat.'' - A Burglar Goes Down Under the Hard i Side of a Board. 2fw Yobk, Jan. 3. Conductor Daniel Church of train 60, -which left Boston at 8:30 o'clock on Monday night, on the Boston & Lowell and Vermont Central roads, arriving in Montreal at 7:30 on Tuesday morning had an intereutiug meeting with three bank burglars at Stauhridge Station, Canada, about forty miles south of Montreal on the Vermont Central rail road. The story, as told to the report er, rivals the exploits of western cow boys. For tome time a Rang of burg lars have been operating successfully on safes in the small towns of northern New York and Vermont, and recently they have visited Cnamplain, New York and La Codie, Canada. Early on Tuesday morning they broke into two safes in East tstanhridge a little town in Quebec There were three men in the party 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. — 10 January 1889

THE WEEKLY NEWS THTJESDAY, JANUARY 10, 18S5); I'&omixest republicans, says a con temporary, have, their pictures taken cabinet size now. Turku a. talk has it that Tom Ob born baa his eye on Senator Plumb's Beit shonld the latter get a place in the . -cabinet. " It is alleged that Jim Legate is tiy Ing to drlflk up the sea this winter, in -an effort to get the metropolitan police law repealed. . Ed Howe thinks that the care of one's health is of more importance than the sending of missionaries to conrert the heathen. It is hard to tell which is the more unfortunate, the man who never reads the uewspapers, or he who believes all he reads in them. It is a little unfortunate for the cler gy that they are left to stand alone in . their opposition to the inaugural ball, not even the religious editor Shephard coming to their support. A mciidek was committed in New York New Year's day. Evidently somebody was very eager to test the efficacy of the new method of inflicting capital punishm...

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. — 17 January 1889

11 ESTABLISH CO 1807. EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 17, 1889. VOL. 32. NO. 3. -J V HUMPHREY'S FIRST M iseage Delivered to the Kansas Leg. lslatnre Yerterday Afierncoa. Tk Death reaaltr houl lkl lhr4 r nu Kfrtetlv.. In. Kntna Device m Hake the Corcrior Exerall.a.r. To the Legislature: The provis- Ions of the constitution fix the second Monday in January as the commence ment of the executive term, and me second Tuesday as the day on which the legislature shall convene in regular session; contemplating that the two events shall always occur on consecu tive days. By reason of an exceptional and unforeseen condition of things, the order of the dates thus fixed has this year been reversed, and you have been In session six days. The duty also en joined by the constitution -upon the executive at the commencement of each session., to. oaauiijcate information and' recommend such measures as he may deem expedient, has been perform ed by my immediate predecessor, whose term- expired but ye...

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. — 17 January 1889

r I A. V TTTT1 TTTTJ'TTTT T "KTt?TfTQ lilU V i lJLiXLU X' J. XJ I I u -fbiisbed Br th NEWS COMPANY, v J.T. , O'COBUfOR, Editor. It. I. Hammond. -liuslne. Manager. SOBSCRIPTIOS' RATES: O rear, payable in advance Hlx month " Three months" If not paid la advance S1.SO er year. ' DAILV CDITIOK. One year .... i One month Entered at the jxmtotfloe at Kutporia, aa, a aeooiid-ciasa matter. - 1 M M a ,a no Kao- : T HUB6DA Y, JAK UARY 17, 1889. The Indications are that winter is 1b not coming. Will the present legislature add a search and seizure clause to the prohi bition law? A iioubb caucus of the Kansas legis lature decided that girls should not be elected as pages. Govrxo& IIoiphkey does not need to "Din it out so lar when he comes to send a message to the legisla tare. Governor Martin embraced the opportunity to tell the legislature all he knew about the affairs of the tate. ' Canada has an indebtednes of 9200, 000,000. If Uncle Sam aches for a union with her it will be for love, no...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
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