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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 17 January 1889

BOREAS' BLAST. Dcstructiva Storm Passes th East and Northwest. Over Houses Carried Awy Bodily Furious Hurricane. by the More than a Hundred Lives Lost at RaaAlner. Pa. OF " Even the Navy Yard at Brooklyn Worsted by the Wind. IIarrisbuko, Penn., Jan. 10. A terrifl3 and destructive storm swept over this city yesterday afternoon. It was of sbort duration, but damaged property o the amount of $200,000. Houses were nuroofed, awnings torn down andj several buildings were wrecked. The storm came from the treat. The wind had avolocitv of seven ty five miles an hour and was accom panied by a raw and chilling rain fall. In the heart of the city where the buildings are high and compact the storm rounded the corners with such a terrific force as to carry every obsta cle before it. In several instances wa gons, the drivers of which bad sought shelter were, overturned and the har ness on the animals attached completely ripped off. A woman in attempting to cross Third street at Walnut was pick ed ...

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 January 1889

t VERS' REPORT. Martial Law in Gray County Neces ' sary to Preserve Peace. Cimarron and Ingalis Armed . Prepared tor War. and Comm'ssioner Schoup Tells How the Records Were Captured. A Serious State of Affairs and More . Trouble Expected. 1 Topeka, Kans., Jan. 15. Brigadier General Myers, who commanded the regiment ordered to the scene of the war in Gray county, has arrived in this city to report to the governor. Myers reports a very serious state of affairs in the county, and fears more trouble. He arrived at Cimarron at 2 o'clock Sunday morning. The citizens were greatly relieved upon the arrival of the troops and bad been under arms up to that time and fearful lest another deadly attack should be made. Sun day a meeting ot the citizens of the city was held in the city hall, and reso lutions concerning the affair were adopted to have the county placed un . der martial law. After the adjourn ment ot this' meeting, which was at tended by a great many people. Gen eral Myers proceeded...

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 January 1889

. - -- -, I - -W'- f ESTABLISHED 1857 . EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 24, 1889. ' 7 " Oft!' VOL. 32. NO. 4. I - 4 ' : v -vv i J SAMOAN S?Dt SHOW. The Admiral of the Brooklyn Navy Yard Interviewed. The United States' Advantage Germany int War. - Over Uncle Sam Could Ocjupy and Fortify the Island Bafore Germany Could Reach There With Her Troop-. Two War Ships on the Way to the Turbulent Island. New Yoke, Jan. 21. The Herald says. I called on Admiral Gberadl. commaadaOT - of - the Kiooklyn navy yard and asked him what be thought about the Samoan troubles. I don't like to express an opinion about such matters, for it is hardly my place to do so, said the admiral. Suppose that the United (States should go to war with Germany over this Samoa difficulty where do you think the righting would take place? I Inquired. Oh, it would be be a naval affair, I presume, answered the Admiral, that is if, the government decides to assert its rights to the claims in Samoa. But would we have any sho...

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 January 1889

5-. THE WEEKLY NEWS ITEWS COMPANY, j. r. O'CONWna, Editor. II. 'D. Hammoi, Uuslneee Man-er. BVBSCRtPTIOH RA TBS: ' 0 rear, payable In advance - tnorjll " 1 urtMi aumtbi" " . It not paid la advance Sl.SO per year 1 00 as UAILV ZD1TIOM. Ooeyear. M on Ciu month 50 Entered at tbe poatoftloe at Emporia. Kan sas, M second-class matter. T HUBSDAY, JANUARY 24,1889. Tkk Bantu Fejdeclired no dividend at its last quarterly meeting. A coax, combine is as impossible this winter as an ice palace in hadea. The decree hits gone lorth. and tbe collectors on th Santa Fe mast go. The Wichita Eagle claims to be a great favorite with the ladies. So are poodles. St. Loui is to hae tobeDailtby a New . for $1,200,000. another bridge, York company The chief pleasure of living in a city this winter is the delight one has in getting even with the plumber. Tub Kansas legislature Is developing coldly a capacity for entertaining and 'amusLos the average spectator. General Bkadkokd, whose friends are working a qu...

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 January 1889

HAYTI'S HIGHNESS The Releaiei Haytien Republic Ran into by a Gunboat. Legitime Pays $100,000 Indemnity for the Late Seizure. Hyppollte .Eocamped Within Twenty Miles of Fort au Prince, Waiting for the People to Overthrew His Political Rival. .-' Tort a,v Pbinck, Jan. IS. The steamship Haytien Republic was run " into by the Haytien gun boat Xonvelle Voldrougue -on the night of December 20, inflicting no serious damage to either vessel. The Haytien gunboat was entering the har bor at full speed and could have teamed to her anchorage without any change of anchors, but when within 200 yards of the Haytien liepublic her helm was suddenly put to port and re- mamed bo until she struck that vessel; then her engines were reversed and she backed Co a distance of 200 yards, She then again steamed at full speed until a short distance of the Hay tien liepub lic, wnen her course was changed, thus iust missing her. The gunboat was tailed both times, but no answer was made; neither did her captain m...

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 January 1889

THE WEEKLY NEWS THURSDAY, JANUARY 24, 1880. Oil baa been Kentucky. found near Somerset, Penn 8 yl nan i a will prohibition Jane 18. take a whirl at Thk Gladstonians are. Jubilant over the victory at the polls won in Scot land. ' A Delaware man named Smithers bad his candidacy for the United States senate knocked into smithereens. Thcrb does not appear to be fnucb of tlie whitewashing element in the penitentiary investigating committee IT is . said that Mrs. Logan, on her return from Europe, will take editorial charge of a weekly paper at Washing ton. 1 The Kansas legislature should cor rect the existing law respecting capital punishment. Let it say hang or not hang. Veby healthy weather this, cool and bracing. There is likewise something bracing about Dakota weather which has Just touched 40 below. It is probable that a bounty to sugar makers is preferable to the present tax, but what becomes of the theory that the foreigner pays the tax? John Sullivan has been drunk again. lie coul...

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 January 1889

tU Historical Sociti ilifilll I J . x I : v. V it . '' ESTABLISHED BOULANGER WINS. Hia Majority in Yesterday' Election Estimated at 80,000. A Blow to the Government and its Downfall Predicted. The Ministry "Resign s bat tha Presi dent Will Not Acsep: It. The Question of the Hoar is "What Will Germany Think?" JSbw York, Jan. 28. A Paris cor respondent ot the Times telegraphed his paper as follows last night aVmid nlgbt: It is evident that General Bou langer will have about 80,000 majority over M. Jacques, which touches the wildest guess which was quoted in the dispatches yesterday. ' Up to the pres ent hour there have been no disturb ances worth counting, though the deep est excitement I have seen for many years prevailea. All the bouUvards have been crowded with people waiting for news the whole evening. Espe cially big crowds are gathered in the Place De-la-Bourse and up Rue Mont martre, watching the illuminated re turn exhibited by newspapers and en terprising tradesmen. Curiously...

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 January 1889

'A .V wfc J i: mrro Trrxr'TrT v tttptttc! I rciuiHto r thb NEWS COMPANY, J. F. O'Cowwob, - Editor. H. D. Huikoio, Business Manager. SUBSCRIPTION RATKSi O year, payable In advsnoe... .11 W rix nraoui Three months4 " 1ft - IX not paid In advance 1 .SO per year. daily IDITIOI. One rear. .... One month .. m on 60 Entered at the pootoffloe at Emporia, Kan sas, aa seeond-elass matter. , THUESDAY. JANUARY 31 , 1889. .1 Tux state board of health Is in a con dition to invite an obituary soon. Tmsli most excellent weather for young men to "soak" their overcoats. '. Santa Fx stock Is still declining and the appointment of a receiver is now talked of. It Is not pleasant for the farmer to reflect that the bears still control the stock and grain market. The cocking main is now become one of the fixed and standard amuse ments of Kansas City, Kansas. Thx investigation now getting under way In Kansas and Missouri may soon furnish matter for some interesting gossip. That intense American from Butler ...

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. — 31 January 1889

PAINTED RED. Drunktn Cowboys Hav a Real Old Fashioned Tlma Out Wast- evidence, including Mr. Sitter's con i fesslon, that he has for some time been uaing beer stamps a second time, lie wan aHo found bottling beer in the brewery contrary to w. MRS. RAWSON ON TRIAL. For Shooting Lavrtr WhitasTlaaCliicagsCoart Boom. Chicago. Jan. 24: The trial of Mrs. Watchman Shot by Burglars cn I Mackie L. Rawson for the shooting of Business Bent. . waeJ a "w ffirT Z" cross-examined by Mr. Elliott, attorney A Brewery Seized In Massachusetts I tot the state. She controlled herself I , . A. 1 11 as a nuo uui uccaswu&uy nueu sue I thought unnecessary questions were be- for Using Stamps Twice ertson, the messenger, can get back here by next Monday with a corrected return, and Senator Inealls says that unless the vote is here "by that day it can not be counted. The return that was sent by mail was also defective, and lacked the certification on the en velope, and that invalidates it. Some members of t...

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. — 31 January 1889

1 TUUESDAY, JANUABY 31, 1889. Who la W. G. Morgan? . Is W. G. Morgan a myth or a man? Swindle, did you say? Well, ra'iier. Cast your Park expose. eye over the Highland Havk you heard of Highland Park? If not, read the local page of the News to-day. THB appointment of Judge Adkina as postmaster of Kansas City has been confirmed . - Thz Osage People which suspended some time ago. resumed publication as a daily yesterday. Tms popular cry of 'on with the opposition to dance" has overwhelmed the Inaugural ball. Senator Inqalls will deliver an eulogy In the senate on Congressman Uurnes of Missouri. Titjebs is one "trust" In the country to which no one objects. The buffalo trust of "Buffalo Jones." .that is- yet known concerning General Harrison's cabinet Is that he has secured a Prince Albert coat. WannamakeuV visit to General Harrison last week has thrown the quidnuncs into a atate of agitation, Mrs. J. G. Blaine, the deserted wife of the young scion of the Blaine house, is preparing to ...

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 February 1889

V If i VTYl flj ' i ll W ESTABLISHED 1857. EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1889. VOL. 32. NO. 6. 7: V V. I 1 u ' 1 i i ' i 1 ", 1 CLAYTON'S CARD. & Tne Assassination of J. M. Clayton ai Represented by His Brothers. POLITICS AND THE MILITIA. Resolving a Political Club into a Mil. itla Company Breed Trouble. CONTEST FOR CONGRESS. Collectipg Testimony Sufflcieit Cause for the Murderous Deed. Ltttlk Bock, Feb. 4. General Towell Clayton and Judge W. II. II. Clayton, brothers of the late Hon. John U. Clayton, who was assassina ted on the night of January 29th, fur nished the following statement to the public. That the public may under stand the circumstances leading up to and culminating in the assassination of our brother John M. Clayton, we desire, over our own signatures, to make the following statement of facts: All agree that this was a political assassination. It will therefore be necessary for us to refer to the political conditions and circumstances surround ing it. We ...

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. — 7 February 1889

"1 i it THE WEEKLY NEWS ::ws company, j. r. Tt. T. TliVMOVDr Bueineaa Manager. Kditur. SUBSCRIPTION BATES: O i rear, payable In advance.. 1 tMx mmUit " " , Tbreo months " J II not paid to advance S1.SO per year. DA1LT EUITIOW. Onavaar. MOO Onemuntn M Entered at tbe poHtoflloe at Emporia, Kan ' eaa, as eeooud-claas matter. THUBSDAY. FEBKUAKY 7, 1889, Tub Topeka Journal speaks of "eye molars," what ever they are. The great salt trust is said to be do myth, but a real, live, threatening ac tuality. ' Let us turn over a new leaf, aa moth er Ere said when she wanted a change of costume. The Wichita Journal man talks of "Josh Wbitcomb Riley' Is he a brother of James? Europe is somewhat agitated over the sudden death by apoplexy of the Autrlan Crowp l'rince. It is not probable as some suspect that General Harrison will follow the alphabet in selecting his cabinet. John "Moneymakeu," as he is sometimes called, will, it seems, man age the poetofllces for President Harri son. ' As Colonel Fre...

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 February 1889

V. L 1 FOREIGN NEWS. German Officials will Search all Vei. tela Arriving at Samoa. Samoa Times Suppressed and Apia Pjlice Controlled by Them. Representative Thorr.air Stands on His Dignity in the Samoan Case. Ths President StndstoCorgress the Latest Correspondence. Auckland, Jan. 31. Advices from Samoa state that the German officials have given notice that all vessels ar riving there will be searched for arti cles contraband of war. They bave suppressed the Samoan Timei. A pas senger on the British steamer Wainui who visited Matafas' camp was placed under arrest, but was subsequenly re leased in compliance of a demand of tbe English consul. A proclamation has been issued placing the Apia police force under German control. Matafas' followers number 6,000 and tney are strongly entrenched and other Samoans are rapldiy joining them. Upon the ar rival of the steamer Richmond she was boarded and searched by Germans. The President's Mettage- WAsrnNOTOJf, Jan. 30. The presi dent today sent ...

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 February 1889

THE WEEKLY NEWS TUURSDAY FEBRUARY 7, 1880.0 Mil. Bexnett, a citizen of Atchi son, has lived in Kansas seventy-four years. Cleveland's last message to con gress contained only (our lines. The older he gets the wiser be becomes.' . p . W. II. Kent, formerly of the Com monwealth, will succeed D. O. Mc- Cray as editor of the Topeka Capital Canada can now crow over "the states." 6he has an ice palace at Mon treal, while Ht. Paul's palace is still in . Mississippi soup. The creamery at Cottonwood Falls was robbed of a cheese and some but ter. The stolen articles lacked strength enough to resist we suppose. The state school book monopoly has been squelched in the senate. Now let the nouse bill for the same purpose be put to sleep in a like manner. Tub mystery surrounding the sud den death of the Austrian Prince Ru dolph strengthens belief in the rumor that there was a woman in the case. Elsewhere in this issue of Tue News "Voter" discusses a matter of prime importance to all Emporians. Rea...

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 February 1889

f -7 ESTABLMHED 1657. EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1889. VOI,. 32. NO. 7. 41 m i ii A SMOOTH MAN. L9 Caron Regarded a) a Confidence Ma by a Citizen of St. Pint MYSTIC LEAGUE MARKS I French Professor Badly Baaten by Midnight Prowler. DESERTED AT DE ATH'S DOOR A . Dying Womars Flesh Gnawed Away by Hungry Rats, St. Paul, Minn., Feb. 11. John S. Barnes of thin city, who recently re turned from h trip to England, where he went to take possession of property bequeathed Mm, says that Dr. Le Caron, or Beach, who U now testifying In .London, was a fellow passenger on the outward trip in December. Dur ing the voyage Barnes was thrown much into Le Caron'a company, and soon came to regard him as a confi dence man. Le Caron had heard of Barnes' good fortune, and. to use the latter's words, "Tried to work him for a sucker." Barnes denounced him. Le Caron did not take the affront as an Insult, but tried to laugh the matter off, treating Mr. Barnes during the rest of the journey as a man...

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 February 1889

THE WEEKLY NEWS PUBLISHED BV THK J. T. COMPANY, OCOnnoh. EUttr. H. D. HiMMOSD, Business Manager. HUBSCmPTION RATKS: o year, payable In advance 11 W Hixinonths " , Throe months"- " It not paid In advance S1.5U per year. CA.ILT KUITIOB. One y ear W 00 Uo0 tuuatb W Entered at the po to (floe at Emporia, Kan sas, as second-class waiter. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1889. Our Kansas solons Lave a peculiar fondness for special legislation. Boulanuei. is not the biggest toad in the pool, as he wad a few days ago. The New York btrikd is a failure, and "save himself who can" ia now the cry. There is a small famine in China, and a quarter of a million are dying of starvation. TnE state senate decided yesterday that county ofllcers are not overpaid for their work. Mb. Bchton did some very effect ive work in the house yesterday against trusts and combines. - Colonel 1'awnkis Bill has craw fished, and the press in cheated out of some interesting news. The "pen" committer haying chanced its base of ope...

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 February 1889

INDIANA OUTRAGES New lb arias Band of Regulator Under Arrut for Coorpiraoy. BAIL FROM $500 TO $1,000. The Prescribed Penalty u Both and Imprisonment, Fine COMPOSITION OF THE GANG Merchants, Official Editors and Li. . borers Banded Together. Mxw Ibebia, Feb. 7. On Mondiy laat Attorney General llogers com menced an Investigation of the New Iberia outrages before Mayor Erath. sitting ex-offic'o an justice of the peace. As a result of the investigation the sheriff was ordered to arrest C. T. Cade, Alexander Cbargess, Octave Romero and Richard Johnson, for as saulting Joseph Viator, alias Modeste. and another man whose name is un known, on January 27th. Viator's al leged assailants were arrested and balled in the sum of $oOO each, to ap pear before the district court at the next term. As a further result of the investiga tion, by request of the attorney gen eral the following named persons were ordered to be arrested and held for trial on a charge of conspiracy: C. T. Cade, Dudley D. Ave...

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 February 1889

TAB WEEKLY NEWS I a TUUESDAY PEBRUARY 14, 1889.' Tub Globe) is a in Kansas City. new morning paper The police of Dundee, Scotland, think the have at last caught Jack th$ Kipper. --v Two men suicided at Wichita last week. They are finding out down there that It Is difficult to live on wind. A never endingrstreani of petitions in behalf of women members of the state board of charities continue to pour in to the legislature. Tbxy occasionally cut and slash a man down at Wichita. It comes very handy to use the knife down there since they got a picking house. Kjenka, the democratic candidate for senator from West Virginia, Is in the 'soup." Five democratic members of the legislature refuse to support him. . , , Hon. Tom Fenlon of Leavenworth was prostrated at the Copeland hotel in Topeka yesterday by a stroke of paralysis. At last accounts his condi tion was improving. - Tuey think it most wonderful at Wichita that a woman resident there should be stricken with paralysis of the jaw. Isn'...

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 February 1889

A if rt& v ys.. - s . - ' ' v. - r 1 1 tbe off hitj : I . St'- J ESTABLISHED 1837. EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1889. A HEAP OF RUINS. Brick Hotel at Hartford Wrecked by an Explosion. SIXTY PERSONS BURIED! been aent to the General as a wedding present to his daughter, who was mar ried a few months since. The King ex plained tbat it bad been forward by mall, with an accomqanylng letter of compliment, to the bride. The present bas not yet arrived, and General Ilald erman suspects tbat it has (rotten lost in the American mails rather than in any of the foreign mails. lie hopes, however that it may arrive in the coarse of time. The Flames Add their -Fury to Work of Desolation. the A FIRE AT F1ILD0X1A ! Three Buildings With their Contents Consumed Ooe Lifo Lost. Hibttqbt, Conn., Feb. 18. The shock of a tremendous explosion woke the resideuts for blocks around ye conner of lligh and Allyn streets at about five o'clock this morning. On tbat comer stood the Park Central, a fi...

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 February 1889

THE WEEKLY NEWS ITBiaRHKD BIT THK "NEWS COMPANY, J. T. O'CowWo. Kdltur. H. D. business Manager. SUBSCBIPTIOy BA TBS: ' u tm rear, payable In adrauoe wtx months " " Three months" It not paid la advance SI. SO per year, IMXLY KOITIOM. One year One month . Entered at the poatoflice at Emporia, Kan sas, a seooua-cuiss waiter. - .1 00 . . 8S to on THURSDAY, , FEBRUARY 21, 1889 Old Hutch" cornered May Has wheat. Japan baa a new constitution. If Kansas had the "get up" of the Japs she'd have one too. The McAuliffe-Myers mill at North Jadoon. Indiana, seems to have been a tiresome hippodrome. KEI'UE? JENTAT1VK WitlGIlT'S bill regulating the practice of medicine passed the house yesterday. The house refused yesterday to tax mortgages on the ground that it would be a hardship to the borrower! S!" - .. Jake Admihe does not, we should say, regard the good Dr. Krohn with reverential awe and admiration. The reduction of interest bill warmed npthe senate yesterday. It is quite evident that it will...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
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