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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 9 March 1882

Additional Locals on the Fourth Page THURSDAY. MAKC1I 9, 1882. Naw Advertisement ThU Week. Cheap dull City nok Miorr. Cheapdry good Snnjrr. Kor sale t.att le Seed ptttaioet J- hii Hay. -labile sa'e Stork. Ixst Pocket leek . Wanted A krhnnl. New gooa Iteil Front nhoe n'ore. Cattle wanted Appleby Jt Comfort. Theiieht running "Domestic" sewing machine at Kmilb & Hail's. .flit ed Pot atokb. Early Ohio pota tots for seed at John Boy's. Try the New Howe Hewing Machine M. II. Koblec, rear of News Mock. Every description of floe goods at the Red Front shoe store. iSt-e tli advertisement of the City 6ok Store special sale nf aolis next .Sat urday. - , , , 80 the big stock, of new goods just receive J 'at the Red Front shoe store j .. . .. GakdKw &ked. Garden and field seeds of alt kinds iu bulk, at J. M.Orif. "fta offer ffrvst tiartmina in haav win. ' : o j " - Usr goodsT See for yourself. Red Froot shoe store. Laadrelh'a garden seeds, and onion sets at Smith at Hall's 8'ix.ih avenue...

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. — 9 March 1882

Additional Lotali on the Fourth Page TnUKSDAY. MAUCH 9. !tH2. Hprlog work U progTesslnj. Real estate will be assessed ihU year. Wheat looks well all over the county. Farmer arc sowing oaW all over the county. Tramps seem to be ralb.tr nunierois and impudent. fur a There is still a "long fell want" Greenback paper in Emporia. The Congregational church will ie lighted with gas this evening. The lust load of fat sliers in Lyoo county were shipped out of Emporia on Monday. Randolph & Randolph sold ten young brood sows to EUlun Ss Sons Friday for f 200. Bbeep and cattle are already feasting on the new grass which is springing up on the prarles. Stella, a four year old daughter of D F. Tipton, died at the family residence Thursday at 3 o'clock, of measles. Measles have made sad inroads in the school taught by A. W. Slr-bbs in the Hallberg district, southeast of the city. The death of J. II. Cowan is the first which ever occurred in the endowment rank of the Knights of Pythias, of this...

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. — 16 March 1882

.. . . kv ESTABLISHED YH 1857. EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 16, 1882. VOL. 25 NO. 11. 1 1 Tot citizen oTCnicaKO bav Ibe op per hand T ibe rambler of that city very UocldJly. Mayor Harrison Menu to be doing wlial be caa to rid tbe city of thai class of criminals. Top las organized an improve- meat ocu:iy. etanaard. What are luey going U Improve We commend ttte-Wg Wallnnt Valley editor of tbn Cum moo wealth as a good aubjti't bounce flrat. . We suppose tbla, from tbe Kansas City Journal, ia olHcial. "Eugene Field will not ktiurc ' To appear evar night be fore XU Cu wonlii be m UaaptaUon to geite Sa kaatav cteatiioawljauHslf, which be ft-ars be could oot withstand." . Ex-tf p4-aker Randal. V laaid t bo per' auaded lbl tbe DejjuocjatXc parly ca bt rt-unoiiinevi ana niaue a uia-rai, pn- Rn-siivM m4 axaTesaivu ri-lnn party WitlSiit-i viurutMte ilk viw lu: will ac- a J . A f . cepi iin aruniMMiaeip m twe-j-oiiauei pbialK rwiititVie t-htaHtei4 proct-el at oicc to unfurl the banner o ref...

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. — 16 March 1882

PUBLISHED EVERT THTJRSDAY IT EMPORIA, LYON COUNTY KAIiSAS. BY THE NEWS COMPANY, Jacob Stotlbb. Alex I.dtts k"BAg P. MACLBMHAB. Ttrau-$1.00 per Year, In Advawi All time not paid forim advance it at la w 01 12 per year. Entered at the post olfice at Emporia a wwiiu cm waiter. THUUSDAY. MARCH 18, 18tt. The Inter-Ocean thinks there is not a line to support the insinuation that Gar field wu guilty of treachery or double- dealing in writing the Chaae letter. The question of licensing the aale of intoxicating liquors gave a special in- terestto the town meeting iu Miuua- chuselts last Monday. Of elg'ity-six towns from which reports have been re. reived, twenty-three voted for license and sixty-three against it. Larncd Chronoscope: Haskell, Kyan and Anderson, although residing in the eastern pait of the state, should be sent back to congress. No western man will antagonize them. They are onr repre sentatives, and their unanimous return will be a tribute to worthy, faithful pub lic servants....

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. — 16 March 1882

Additional Locals on the fourth Page THURSDAY. MAKCU 10. 1883. Maw AdvarUaeaaaate Tala Week. PubltaSale J. A. heani. ' Public snlr I. A. Rajrmru t iMtH. W. Miller fiard-a See - J T. Itnrion kll. U J. A.l.iol n.no. and Organs Ijuoiui A Iakmmi. liardwan . - tu- liet line if wall paper at tbe 0!) Ccul a ! The lialit running "Domestic" sewing mwliiu--l Smith Sc llail'a. Flowtr poUand burginx baskets in great varhny at I he 00 cent More. Skkd I'otatoes. Early Ohio pots. to s f- r e- tl at JoUn bay'. One of ilie beat library lumps io tho city Ir only $3 25 at tbe 09 cent atore. 'Try lb New Howe tJcwieg Mafhiue M. K. lwblt rear of Naws block. Take a look at our 75 ceot window shadie, aJI completr, at the 08 ceot atore. A full hue of choice, fresh garden teed ia bulk at J. T. Barton'. A Urge .lock ot baby carriage Just received al tbe 09 cent atore, in cheap and "fins grades.- 8kkt Musio- Look out for a Urge stock of aliart music, all new pieces which will arrive at the 00 cent atore in a d...

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. — 16 March 1882

Additional Locals on the Fourth Page THURSDAY. MARCH 1C, 1883. CUae. Uirard, ol Savery, broke bis If g in jumping off the can at Howard Fri day. L. T. Heritage has been stipulated ad ministrator of the estate of ths Uu Isaac Epstltn. Moso Coppock came in from Johnson I county lost I Uursday with a one bunch oi yearling steers. John Hammond is flooring the bridge across the Neosho at Kelley's and the bridge across the Cottonwood at Soden's mill. Stephen Hinshuw purchased forty acres of land of John Weaver, adjoining his farm four miles cast of the city, Fri day. A number of families with three car loads of goods arrived from Illinois Baturday and will settle in Lyon county. A. certificate of deposit for $100, lost by Mrs. J. O. Starr, was found Fridsy in the postodlce by a little daughter of E. Tipton. it wai not a carload of flour and feel that made John Fluker so "chipper' T"X .1 rva . . x KJBjr. i u uaugnier ana mother are doing nicely and the old man as well as could be expected....

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. — 23 March 1882

She lllf Mfirtff ft 1 il 11 ESTABLISHED IN 1857. EMPORIA, KANSAS,. THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1882. VOL,. 25 NO. 12. III N Ymk Trillium: lCnnsas will not prolu.U'y ilinlurli it rreat reprism tatioit iit ilii: honse. E-aili of it throe waiulx-ia by gmtr-il consent, ch-net-veii a reelectinn ami .will get it . The w nri il'Hii Idler about Garfield iniil "JiiHiU-.e" is now sii'l to hive keen wrillu't by a Kentucky dele-Rale to Ibe CUii-ag' convention umeu Brown The gtv r.il iiuprwaioo 'i tht it wai not I. km )y Mr. Fillcy. I.I) Kov ii Co., Jeweler, have more Ihiin ilonltlH'l tlx-ir ntm-lc of waichei. iu ll- Ui l-n day, uml uitw nfler stock second i" ii tie in the city. P. let al way HH lw wt lUu lowest. ' H.'ailquar ters for railroad trade. Kepairing a pccialiy. The attack on the Queen lias resulted, as audi thiiiu always do, in strengthen ing th.i nir tioi Ix-twero her and her people.- Be f ire darting for the aouib ol Kianee, lb Queen gva utterance to the graltiiiile auii pleasure which ulie...

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. — 23 March 1882

fht Emporia nrs. rUBI.ISIIED EVERT THCRHDAY A ? EMPORIA. LYON COUNTY, KANSAS. BY THE NEWS COMPANY, JACOB 8TOTLBB. ALE. UirTTS I BADE r. MACLBHMAK. Terma-tlJlO par Tear, la Adiu'i. All time not paid foria advance it atth ale of i per year. Entrrv.1 at lha pott office at Kmporia a hcwu uin mauer. T1IUKSDAY. MAliCH 23. 182. The Indianapolis Democracy, in lueir baste to Bee u re the anti-prohibition vote, passed a resolution favoring the il e Hi uor dealer. Tbia action is condemned by tbeir own organ as a criminal lilun tier, and oie tbat ia likely lo Co it the party tbe votes of many fair-rtitided men. "Tbo Clay Couuly Dispatch is thiiik- . log of publishing a blark list of it sub- scrilMTS who are three year or more in arrears." Ex. Tbe fool killer is badly needed in any printing office which has sntacribers "three years or more in ar rears" He ought to commence first on the publlsbctsand do no halfway work It has been recently discovered that the Mexican claims commission at Washingt...

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. — 23 March 1882

T11UI05DAY. MAKC1I23. 1SS2 Maw Advertisements Tkli Week. Jhsp rlut t b Ky er Flow . Thos Amur I'h)ician-c II. Wet more ttantod kuk Kegs Wm Ila-.nm6ad Fur rent F Tut. Koevlu utt J H KVndalt A- o Fai m f.r Rtt-Newi Co. 8 r.na tot-a Nt-wtnaii A 'o wi-lnory .t J. M I'll lard. Merchant Tail-rnt: t 11 . W. eib aveiuu mill ai-ry , fancy goods, a Ld lailiiV aud cbtMrrns furuieMr.g K od-. Mri. J. M. Dilarcl. Fu.lr! M.jik! r'LOU! Bed fl 'iir f rlhe monry at Armor'. SbKD I'otatol.- tarty Ohio pota. tot-a f r d at Jol.n lly's. Trj 1 1- Ni w 11. .we Hewing Machine M. It l'tir. rear of Niw block. Coiuf nii.l ur, ami m e will do you food. Cum. Hydt-r nu.l Win. Tlioinn, the dru mixer. I will iMiurv a lliiiiie-l iiiliiitar ol borer lr (jiiirv of K. A. Il"l.lt.niii, or Josei'ti l'a, Eni una. ATThKt ls, fcTot K Wes! Chan. Ky lel lia ri'Vi d llio agt-iicy for I be cele bratetl ft in' ho and poultry tuie AlTaaTloN, Fa Ml EH a! If you have huiiatr, KulbuilUing ami machinery lo pal Dt you will do well to ...

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. — 23 March 1882

THURSDAY. MARCH 23, t3. There were nineteen appllcai is for certificates at the teachers' examination held Id this city Saturday; A portion of the eni;ipeering corps or the Kansas City & Emooria railroad are at work in the Ylcinity of Emporia Junction. TilK Nkws buildiuu was- sold by Bourdett Wood, of Ohio, to 15. W. Cunningham and J. K. Flnley, of this city, at 912,000. J. O. Searcy and Hiss Jcancite Wil liams were married Thursday at the res idence of the bride on Allen creek, by Rev. Mr. Rees, of the Welch Congrega tional church. Seventeen freight trains arrrired at Emporia Thursday from the cast, a large proportion of which were laden with goods belonging to im migrant)). Mr. Joaee, of the Emporia foundry, has put In a lot of new machinery . and is making preparations for a busy sea son, we hope he may more than real ue his expectations. Mr. A. W. Downing, who has just moved into Lyon county from Texas, had his pocket picked at the Missouri Pacific depot, on Thursday, of thi...

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. — 30 March 1882

v4 r 1 1 4 111 111 Til 1 f r Yi r-i Wcie! i f! f ESTABLISHED IN 1857. EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1882. VOL.. 25 NO. 13. 1 s. . I D II 1 m i H i 1 fi 1 f It! II . ! i I I 1 II id at Tim Clilnee (npv t retaliate-, iT the bill r.o lK.'1'urc empress aiag, by di-tMolvin ita diplomatic relations with thi country, no. I by tlisvriaiioating a(raiut Americana trailing with their rK.iiilf. Tut- Kt .ul)licHD jinim approve the decision ot the coiigrcasinoal caucus to leave the tat on tobacco amd whisky re maiu as :it present. The surplus of rev enue, if any, il is thought, caa be used in many wuy, and IJfi'Ln there are oilier la: which h'iouM bo cut down first I lUmi t' I r Kmnin-i : llow would t-.il Wn'W-rii 4 pptr-i:iiu lii-U'l IV... i afire ir.dr lad do l'r the . i ticket in IH-i-l T TUih ar- rauK""'"'. with a plntf iiu Inm-if tli Ilnii k theory ol "ihe laiilT ana local Issue," n. ! to lei in gli ain of tio oi llie iiil.r niluail . If anyone Honk lllil the evil of Jl'ir moniaui can...

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. — 30 March 1882

PUBLISHED KVKKT THURSDAY AT EMPORIA, LYON COUNTY. KANSAS. BY THE MEWS COMPANY, lACOS STOTLBS. ALE UUTTS tltll P, IliCLlKllik. Tnnt-UO per Ir, la Adrutt. ' All lime not paid for to advance It Attn ale of tl per year. , . Kutered at the post office at Emporia at suond eliut matter. THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1S2. THIRD DISTRICT. Call for a Republican Cone tonal ' Convention. . At a meeting-of the central com mi tire of said diatriul leld at Km porta oa the Wth day of March. lass, the following proceedings were nau: 1. That a delegate convention of the ICe publican, of said iitmnct lie hul l at Kimor a u waainewiay, hiii m. ibkz. at le ovutca a m lor tlie purpose ol placing in nomination a candidate for representative in eengnsaa lor the 3d cougteMioaal district, to be voted lor at tne general election la noremoer. loel. 1. That the basis of representation la said convention shall be one deleeate and ooe al tera ale from each organized eounty, and vim uoieg ate ana one ,iruui lor eaett sow vo...

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. — 30 March 1882

TIIUUSDAY, M AHCn 30, tb ' avenue millinery, fancy goods, aud ladies and rlultlrciia' fnrnlaliiug good-. Mrs. J. M. DUlard. Seed sweet potatoes al M. S. Tiper'. Or.,nei, apples aud pears at M. 8. PipeiV PvatMl' Seedling sweet potatoes at M. 8. i'nwi'a. Groceries and quwniwirt cheap for cash at M. S. Piper's. . FuickI KiX)ca! FLOi'R'-Bet flour tV.rthe mouey at Armor'. Early rose seed pout -mf 1.73 er bush el at Boofey &. Riogles. Try the New Howe Sewing Machine M. U. rjlle.e, rear of New block. Eiij Ohio seed potatots at $2.25 per buslitl at Boorey St Rin ale's. Come and see u, and we will do you good. CHaa. Ryder aud Wo. Tlioraaa, Uie drug mixer. I will pasture a limited number of horses. Inquire of E. A. Robinson, or Joseph l'vak, Emporia. Our Htiwlan white oats htve mm Can till all buck order. J OHM FlXKRll. Attksviok, Stock Mem! Chas. Ry der baa at cund the agency for the cele. brated Ham' bog and poultry cure. Wahtmi. Howe aod atock to pas ture" Wm. B Scott. Five milea east ...

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. — 30 March 1882

THURSDAY. MARCH SO, 1882. ' L- F. Pruyo sold a floe brown road ster to lloUrt Powell tbe otber day for $150. ' Charlie Feist received Ave gal ten can of G.uda Springs mineral water by express Friday. T. L. Ryan, as receiver or the Allen property iu Jackson towuaUip baa leased tbe aouiu fifty acres to Alfred Melton. The geology claaa of tbe bigli school vis ited tbe Neosho ' Friday and brought back quite a number of handsome spec imens. Robert Milliken, who may be taken as authority on that question, thinks that about four-fifths of lite pauch buds aie killed. A six months' term of school closed at Fairview last Friday with an educa tional meeting which waa very largely attended. An adult daughter of Benjamin Wat son, irf BttlertowD, died Friday evening and was 1e buried Sunday at 8 o'clock. A smoke house and store room has just been completed at tbe infirmary, and tbe tool bouse which was blown down last summer is to be rebuilt. .. John Strain sold to D. W? Jones & Co. Saturday ...

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. — 6 April 1882

1 t V i T" in ESTABLISHED IN 1857 EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, APRIL, 6, 1882. VOL. 25 NO. 14. - TOT. -' -r,- -??rmn-. , .,,r rTr-,- 4 iliMrir iffflll I - I 1 I 4 I 1 & I . Ill 11 lil lTY H 111 Hi III Itl IE 1 111 IU The aonual cwt of the ftar-routo aer vice in the Puciltc stale and territories under grni-ral Brady waa 12,844,163. Contract r llie same Mrvice tbla year Lave iMt ii a xecutt-d for $l,12-i,I4D. The fact thai W. F. Cbaudler is very little larg'.-r than a clotU-pin will serve to inili:ate tUe wisdom of the Pn-sl-di'iil la tMinsiilerlog hi claim in con nection with the navy department. Ittci-Dl cases are notnl in medical journal. l lAtauuaor "lockjiw" having been uiJitrvd on account of bathing in walt-r iliat was too lict. The Emporia man lio i prepariux to su-uil hi motb-t-r-iu la in the hot iug Int. probably read litis atateuieut before. The Urnpernnce eople of Atchison liave formed an organization for the purpose i.f pins ruling uu )4Ur cases soon to be brought there....

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. — 6 April 1882

PUBLISHED KVKET THURSDAY AT EMPORIA. LYON COUNTY. KANSAS. BY THE NEWS COMPANY. J ACQS BTOTLB. AtB. HCTTS rAK P. If ACLEMNAX. Traa-$1.80 r Tr. la Ad vane. All time not paid tori a advaae. ia attb Entered at u pott oOloa at Kmpwia a vims niiHr. THURSDAY. APRIL 0. 1882. THIRD DISTRICT. CU for a Rapablieaa Co ngrag atonal Coav.atloa. At a moating of the central comnlUM ol ul di.lrtot Hold at Emporia oa u wia day of klareh. lona, tua following proceeding wore nau: I. Tuat a d.l.rata eoav.ntioa of the Ha publicans of laid UMtrwt be hel l at Einpona on ncuneauar. May M. im. at 14 o'clock a. a, for the purnoaeof placing in aomlnatloa a eaiulklale for reprcaeBtauv. la cob rots for the Bl congressional district, to be Toted for at the general election la Noveanber. lasi. I. That the basts of reprosentaltoa ia said eoaveeuoa shall be eee. delegate aadoae at teraata frota rtu ti orgaalaed eouaty, aad one delegate and oae alteraate for each eUU vote eaat for Uardeld at the eUetioa la IwMt, aad o...

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. — 6 April 1882

THURSDAY. APUIL 6, 18S3. NEW ADVKaTISEMKMTS TO-DAY. MoclhoTrieiV meeting K i Baillflll. Sana- II k Noitoii Money to ljn - w iu Jay. t-prinjr ol rilim Loal Cham. W Iu Urteder Hedge plants. New good at Taiuara't. Flour! Flour 1 Kmib ! Best flour fur ib muey at Armor's. Spring goods at TatbanTs. Early re seta! potato $1.75 per bush-i-l at Btorey & Hiogle. You should see the pile of new spring good at Tatham's. Try the New Howe Sewing Machine M. It. Koblec. rear of News block. Hose in great rarieiy, lo iuit ladies, children, men and hoy, at Tatbam'a. Early Ohio seed potatoes at $2,25 per bushel at Boorey A Iiingle's. Come and see at, aud we will do you good. Chaa. Ryder aud Wm. Tboroas, the drug inlxers ' ' AmtjmoK, Stock Men! Chaa. Ry der has st-tinrtd the agency for Ibe cele brated Haas' bog and poultry cure. Waktkd. A woman for genera) house work. Wages good and situation permanent. Washing sent out if desir ed. Apply at ibis office. Money to loan on unincumbered real estate, fur...

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. — 6 April 1882

THURSDAY. APRIL 6, 1883. AprUOih will be Enter Sunday. - Sioc January lt. Judge Kell.Kg ban Issued forty-seven marriage liceosea. Some flue, large baas and auckrrs are now being caught In the Cottonwood . Scoit'a addition 10 tbe city of Em poria uaa been platted and filed at tbe tegUter of deed oflke. . Some very floe rock, from tbe quar ries near KaiToni, are being Oresstd for the M. E. cburch tower. C. W. Hquirea la drafting plant and speclflcatioua for remodeling tbe cottage of Trof. B. T. Davia, on West atroet. A aon of M. P. Moyer, tbe milkman. was thrown from a borae one day laat week and bad bis shoulder dislocated. Fresh vegetables of all kinda, includ ing onions, raildulica, lettuce, etc., now temptingly invite tbe appetite at our lintel. Mr. j. Carpenter, wbo last summer run tbe Mercbanta notel in Ibis city, and butted up, it now a railroad section boat In Texas. Tbe Joy of a lis year old boy over bit first red top boots it not to 1m compared to tbat of Ed Kingsbury, of Ha...

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. — 13 April 1882

4 tint A nf 1 ESTABLISHED IN 1857. EMPORIA, KANSAS, THUE8DAT, APKII, 13, 1882. VOL. 25 XO. 15 n ik I EDITORIAL NOTES. Ft. beott, for ionie reason, is bound to have vritu-r works. iUlltflic lien lay yellow EaaU-r eggs this seasf-.n. No other color U en regie. Captain Henry UraDdley, of Chase county, ill Im a canlilaia for Secretary f flute-. - Tbe love-feast between the Common. wealth and Capital at Topeka is forging ahead with apli-bdid ardor. The enJa of poetic justice were never more fully subserved than when Jesse James died with Lis boots on. All the original tntiuuscript of Long fellow's works, both in prose and verse, were preaetved aud bound by hi in. The advocates of woman's rights way be inlerestea In learning that a young lady at Oswego ia on trial for aisou. Hutchinson, it ia aoid, is going crazy on opera just now. A visitation from A) tea Oat-a might tend to ullay the ma- nia. f-w - fhe-Otiawa HepubUcun shows its de flajjce.ot uioh law by publishing all the spring poetry...

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. — 13 April 1882

PUBLISHED EVERT THURSDAY AT EMPORIA, LYON COUNTY, KANSAS. BY THE NEWS COMPANY, BTOTLBm. ALX. BUTTl Taraas $l.BO par Xmmr, In Advance, All Mm not paid for in advance It at the w wi s per year. Entered at the pott office at Kmporia as wwuu mailer THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1882. Ilayil is in the throes of another revo lution. We wonder how the people of that country would feci without an inter neclno row on her hand. The train robbing industry is declin ing so rapidly in Missouri that several editorial excursion! from Kansas into that hitherto unexplored state have been recently planned. Governor Foster has issued a procla mation settiog apart April 27th as arbor day io Ohio. It la about time that they were growing aoinelhing beside politi cians In that stat a. The Fort Scott Monitor runs up the name of Capt. J. B. Johnson as its can. dldate for Governor, and the Topeka Commonwealth says it will consider bla candidacy favorably In connection with other names suggested. xi seems somewnat aimc...

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