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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 21 February 1889

PLUMB TO FELT. Lieutenant Guvernor Felt Receives Glowing Letter from the Senator. KANSAS PRUNING KNIFE! The Ways and Means Committee Oats the Chi ritable Appropriation. POMSHMEXT FOJi USURY Diseased by Gra va Senators and Con. tinned to Night Suasion. Tofeka, Feb. 14. Ia the senate . this morning a letter from Senator Plumb to Lieutenant Governor A J. Felt, was read and spread upon the Journal: United States Senate. I Washington. V. C, Feb. 7, 1888. f -Hon. A. J. Felt, President of tbe Senate, To peka. Kanaka: Mt Dear Sib: When the legislature honored me with a third election to a neat in the senate of the United estates. I determined to embrace the earliest opportunity of making formal acknowl edgment of its action. The pressure of . public duties has delayed the execution of that purpose. If the senatorsbip were to be regard ed primarily as a personal compliment a decoration to be worn rather than a summons to important duties to be dis charged I should still find abundant ' cause...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 21 February 1889

TUUBSDAY FEBBUARY 21, 1889. . The story of a gold discovery In Ok ahoma was only a "joke" as we sup posed. - How many othr villages on the bor der pf Lyon county want to become county seats? To down its western competitors, es pecially Chicago. New York bus made a eat in staple dry (roods. Cabinet possibilities areas plentl fall as ever, but tbeir chances are grown rery slender, indeed. Fbemont Millku usually comes down from Topeka on Saturday after noons and returns Sunday night Lincoln was frix feet four in height. Harrison is five feet live. Make what comments you please on these facts. Fhance is wrestling with another crisis. Like Sheridan with bis cough, she ought to be used to them but is not. The Atchison Globe Bays the meat packers have bought the legislature and that nothing will be done for the people. ' This Lawrence Journal throws its influence in favor of the appointment of Mrs, Dudley Haskell postmistress of Lawrence. - Whexevku a motion is made in the bouse to limit d...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 28 February 1889

U Historical Society MM 4vMi ESTABLISHED 1807. EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1889. VOL. 32. NO. 9. il liJ M il mm J r , . j S v. A SUNDAY RIOT. Druiiken Railroad Laborers Eagaffe la a Cat and Slash. AHEAD PUNCHED TOOIUM). Five of the Scrappers Pouaded Almost Oat of Recognition. . BOOT AND SHOE WOIiKEKS Dissatisfied With the K. cf L. acd Take Steps to Withdraw,. Kent, Ohio, Feb. 25. A serious riot occurred at an early Lour Sunday morning between a lot of drunken la borers employed at grading the new connection between the Pittsburg & Western and Cleveland Jk Canton rail roads, in which live men were pounded almost out ot recognition, lien Van Kcback was seriously injured about the head and he died last night. About thirtr or forty men partici pated in the row Several shots where fired and considerable slashing with knives was done. Mill and Elsvator Barasd. Leavenworth, Kans., Feb. 25. Kelly & LyBle'a mill, the largest con cern of the kind in the city, and prob ably...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 28 February 1889

THE WEEKLY NEWS rrausiiicD by th J. T. O'COWKOR. H. T. HAMMOItD, Editor. business Manager. II no 85 SUBSCMP-TIOX RATES: O i ywur, payable In adviuioe Hta months - " Ttiraa month ' IX not paid la advance per year. Dilir SDITIOM. On year S 00 One month 60 Entered at the postoffloe at Einpoi la, Kan aaa, a seoond-clas matter. THUESDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1889 Oitlt two weeks, or less, until Gre yer is fired and the triumphant Benja min takes the helm. Whoopee! Wilsox, the democrat, was elected in the Fourth Missouri district to sue eeed Congressman Burnes. A GEXTCXE winter day this. The latter end of the season is the business nd. There is yet hope for the ice men. Senator Ingalls will return to Atch ison soon after the Inauguration. Ills family will remain in Washington un til May. ' W, E. Richet and 'Canuon. ball" Green (rot all the advertising possible oat of that new gavel with a rebel bul let imbedded in it. . Bo we are to Lave four more states pretty soon. What high jinks there will be...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 28 February 1889

iftllllRf il inntin . ynirumm. aooauli. A Nerro Attacks Two White Women In tt Suburbs of Vkksburg. BOTH MAKE THEIR ESCAPE. Tae Ruffian Shct, Tied and Delivered to the Officer. REGULATORS SEND REGARDS Lynching Party Visit the Jail the Bird Has Flows. but ' ViCKSBUKO, Miss.. Feb. 21. T eater day afternoon Wesley Thomas, col ored, attempted to criminally assault two white ladies at a point barely out side the city limits, but was prevented by another negro named Jake Little ton, who shot and captured Thomas and held him until the arrival of officers from the city. The negro was lying in wait for no person in particular, it it seems. lie first accosted Miss Ball, who screamed and ran away, escaping to a place of safety. Hardly a minute after and before Miss Raff could give an alarm. Miss Katie finkston passed and was at once set upon by the ruf fian. She resisted fiercely, screaming for help the while, which finally came in the shape of Jake Littleton, who was on the path a few hundred ...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 28 February 1889

THE WEEKLY NEWS THUBSDAY FEBEUARY 28, 1889. If the good Mr. Uurdick did Dot write that naughty letter, why did he resign. - Tux senate voted to adjourn to-morrow but -while doing no business, to keep in session until Saturday in order to receive messages from the governor. The senate ate pop corn Monday night and adopted an interest meas ure as harmless in its provisions as the of t and velvety cereal to the digestive organs. The present cold snap has knocked a cent or two a pound from the price of ice next summer. No small favor to be thankful to providence and Da kota for. Ye;, General Harrison has safely landed in Washington. In other words, as the iolitic!ans will teach him, be has gone from the frying pan into the fire. TnE complete collapse of the Times case against l'arnell is the severest blow the Salisbury government has re ceived. Henceforth l'arnell will be Invincible. The cross-examination of Pigott the informer and main witness for the Times has resulted in establishing...

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 March 1889

."aieHfstorleal Society l 7 . V Mm IP ESTABLISHED IBG7. EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 7, 1889. VOJj. 32.NO. lO. M'WW 4 ' jl' 1W, sr.- "N INAUGURAL DAY. The Sbip of State Transferred and Ready for Business. i BEN AND LEVI AT THE HELM. A Patriotic Address to Americans at Home and Abroad. OUR FORE'GN RELATIONS. Interference to be Avoided but Oar Interests to be Guarded. Washington, March 4. With simple and solemn ceremony, in the presence of all of the wisdom and authority em bodied in tbe co-ordinate branches of the government, and surrounded by the representatives of all the great na tions on the face of the globe, Benjamin Harrison was to-day inducted into the highest office within the gift of the American people. Gathering up therein of power as they fell from the grasp of his predecessor, he took the oalh which. bound him to the service of bis country and charged himself with tbe destinies of 00,000,000 people, and so it was that Washington, the capital city, was to-day the Mec...

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 March 1889

THE WEEKLY I JEWS ' PVM.UMKD T TBS NEWS J.r, COMPANY, O'Coniron. Editor. H. D. Hajtmowd. Uuslnetta Manager. .11 OS M UB3CRIPTI0X ItA TtM: O i rear, payable In adranoe fix montba Time months" - If not paid ta advance SI .SO per year, - DAU.T EMTIO. On rear .. MOO Om month Ml taund at the poatoffloa at Emporia, Kan sas, aa seoooa-ciaas uuiwr. THUBSDAY, MABCII 7, 1889. At Mn. Cleveland's farewell recep tion Tuesday, tears flowed quite freely. . Whtklaw Rkid, rumor has it. will be made minister to England. Kobls Fbxntis sneers at the idea teat the legislature is a "deliberative" body. ' Tbs general conference of the M. E. chorea will be held at Lamed March 13th. Tub state fish commissioner has gone by the board. His salary was cancelled yesterday. Jcrr Davis' health is bad of late. Hence the reason for Marat IJalstead's loss of appetite. Tax critics detect a suggestion of agnosticism in Senator Ingalls' evlogy of Congressman Barnes. Blind Booxs is the name of a col ored musical prodigy ...

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 March 1889

THROUGH A BRIDGE. A Bridge Gives Way Under an Ex. press Train. EIGHT ;OR TEN KILLED! About Thirty Wounded Taken the Wreck. from A MIRACULOUS t SCAPE ! A Car Turned Completely Over Land. ' log Right Side Up. 8t. Geobge, Ont., Feb. 28. The. St. Louis express, passing bere eastbound about 6 o'clock la9t evening, went through a bridge just east of this sta tion. A broken tire on one of the en gine wheels caused the rails to spread and the first passenger car and Pud mau car went through the middle sec tion of the bridge. The Pullman car, which contained most of the passen- ?ers, was thrown clear off the bridge, nrning completely over and landing right side up. The dining car was dropped through the bridge and stood on end against a pier, a passenger car in front of it having stripped the ties from the section that collapsed. Eight or ten persons were killed and about thirty wounded persons were taken out of the cars. The dining room car contained about seven persons besides the waiters....

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 March 1889

THE WEEKLY NEWS - THUBSDAY M AEG II 7, 1889. - Genkbal years old. Habbison is fifty-five It is now plain G rover Cleveland, at torney at law. - It is no longer "general" nor "president-elect." but President Harrison. Well done, good and faithful ser vant, has no applicability to the late lamented legislature. Time farmers are resolved to make better selections two years hence. So were they two years ago. Fked Hclanisky of the Wichita Bulletin goes to Kansas City to become managing editor of the Sun. As we advised sometime ago, sharp, en your plowshare and go to work Oklahoma will be all right after awhile. Make a stake and be ready for it. We hear nothing about "examining the books." It seems that everybody is agreed that Cleveland gave the country an honest and clean administration. Some very pathetic scenes marked the closing hours of the Kansas legis lature. To behold the tears trickling ' down the face of Jim Legate was a sight Indeed. Since the f ailure of the Heading iron mill...

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 March 1889

rVf" : ' ' til ' : M ' " kv ' i I it I i i ESTABLISHED IB57. - EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 1889. VOIi. 32. NO. 11. ill X 1 ' Y i - With G. A, R.Vsitors. Judge Buck Extends a Cordial Wel come for Emporia. THE SONS OF VETERANS, Col. Clay D. Herod's Annuil Report of the Order. Th Transaction of Routine Work for To-Day's Session. W0SD3 OF WELCOME SeDiorViceCommander MaJrnenry uuuvu, in oenau 01 me ow aeiegatea representing the 20.000 old soldiers of The Whitley Opera House Pcked ; 1 f 6 j r - w . I heartily for the sTand reception ten dered them, lie said they bad come to warm their hearts with old stories and songs, those which will thrill the veteran's heart. He said that the old soldiers prided themselves on the fact that these meetings had an educating influence upon the people, teaching them loyalty, patriotism, and love for the old heroes who lost limb and life to save thU glorious country. Colonel Tom Anderson, of Topeka, then sang "Old Shady" in a happy manner which com...

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 March 1889

THE WEEKLY NEWS I PtWIOSaKD BY TUX NEWS COMPANY, J.T, O'Cokkob, Editor. IT. T. BiVVOKD, liUSineSS MlUUfW. 8UBSCBIPTI0H RATES. O tm year, payable la advance...; .$100 t s moo tii - iiTMBuntbi" It not paid In advance 1.30 per year. DAILY EDITION. - 06 Oayaar. .. Oua month. MOO , 60 ntored at the postoflloe at Emporia, Kan sas, aa seoonu-ciass uiaiter. ' 'j.uLliaiAV, MAIiCII 14," 1SS9. Cleveland is the youngeat ex-pres ident the country has ever had. Congressman 1'kkkins ia now hav ing a lroom for governor of Oklahoma. Kingman in happy. Salt was struck Monday near that town at a depth of sixty feet. Thjerb is a slump in the pop corn market at Topeka since the. legislature adjourned. Another livery brn fire or two at Kansas City ought to bring about a boom in the horse and mule market. . Secretary Wivdoji b picture is that oi a typical Johnny Hull, accus tomed to feed on beef and brown stout. Tub science of naval engineering bas lost a noble representative in the death of Captain ricson...

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 March 1889

SQUATTERS' POSSESSION. a JJlrLUA. Ul DUU ill UPD J said Cherokee nation shall accept and by act of its legislative authority duly passed ratify the same, the said lands Invaaart FlockinfirDy Hundreds Into pabiio domain for the purpose I of such disposition as is UMdnuma. i herein provided and tha president Is authorized as soon thereafter as be may deem advisable by proclamation to open said lands to settlement in the same manner, and to tha same effect, as is in this act provided concerning the lands acquired from said Creek Indians. tha River but until said lands are opened for set tlement dt w proclamation 01 me presi dent no person shall be permitted to enter upon and occupy the same, and LEGISLATION ! ?f5mtH.e5JiDJ B5K.1f22f ident may, whenever be deems it nec essary, create not to exceed two land districts embracing the lands which he may open to settlement by proclama tion as herein before provided, and he is empowered to locate land offices for the earn?, appointing thereto ...

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 March 1889

THE WEEKLY NEW8I THURSDAY MABCII 14, 1889. Tub hardest blow aimed of late at the Kansas City Times was the com parison instituted between it and its British namesake. ' Akothek brutal murder, followed speedily by suicide in Kansas City. Wine and woman the cause thereof, less wine, however, and more woman this time. Tbs old soldiers of Wichita are making ready to move on Oklahoma in a body when the president shall rive permission and establish an old soldiers' colony. x - Aleck Butts nays: The fellows who make a business of talking politics and squirting ambeer, will not find it any easier to make a living in Ok lahoma than in Kansas. Wichita papers complain that the t f town is overrun by thieves. There is - al m ay s something the matter with that town. If nothing else, it's flies. What's the matter with the "mets?" Thk citizens of Leavenworth seem to .be more elated over the discovery of coal by the Home Mining company last week than depressed over the appoint ment of D. B. Anthon...

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 March 1889

ESTABLISH CD 1607. EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY,' MARCH 21, 1889. VCXL. 32. XO. 12. t 1 '1 A SALT TRUST. Michigan Manufacturers Agree the Eistern Proposition. to SMALL PROFITS MUST GO. Worki Operated os Narrow Margins to Shot Down. A CAPITAL OP $25,000,000 Said to ba Under Control of the Na. tlonal Syndicate. East Saginaw, Mich.. March 18. The formation of a salt trust now seems to be assured. C. F. Burger, representing the eastern manufactur ers engaged in the formation of a na tional salt trust, came here In January and had a conference with the manu facturers at the annual meeting of the salt association, but no conclusion was reached. Subsequently the president and a member of the executive board visited New York; investigated the sit uation and a proposition was made for the formation of a trust, the basis of which was the purchase of all plants opeiwea inaepenaenuy or saw mills, the per cent xxmtrolled by the Michi gan association and manufactured with mill plants to be turned ov...

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 March 1889

THE WEEKLY NEWS "rtTBUBHKD BT TBI NEWS COMPANY, J. T. , O'COPWOR, II. D. HlVVORD, Editor. liuaiueM Manager. SUBSCRIPTION RA TBS: t is rear, payable in adranoe IMa Diootba " Torse months" If not paid In advanoe SI .SO per year. DULY IDITIOS. .11 08 J6 One y ear .. tt 00 One month 60 Kntered at the postoffloe at Emporia, Kan- THURSDAY, MARCH 21. 1889. Tmt Wichita Beacon is clamoring for a state exposition at that city. Valley Falls struck a three foot Tien of coal Monday at a depth of 810 feet. Thb croase.t girl that ever lived in Atcliiaon Is to be married next week, says the Globe. . LAwiiizsicE, not to be outdone by Em porla, announces a ghost story of blood curdling features. The London Tunes has at last thrown up the sponge, by putting an end to very disgusting farce. Thb Anti-Monopolist has been re moved from Council Grove, and will be published at Topeka hereafter. Leavenworth1 papers tell of the birth there of a twenty pound boy, Buch enterprise as that is hard to beat, The co...

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. — 21 March 1889

A BASELESS RUMOR. The Reported Engagement at Samoa a Sensational Fake. MARTIAL LAW WITHDRAWN Trarqullty Prevail. Throughout the Island. NATIVE CHIEFS' STRENGTH. tfei-f.War Remain at Apia for Any Emergency., Aitklaxd, March 14. Advice just received from Samoa show that there was no basis for the sensational rumor of an engagement between the United States man-of-war Xipslc and the Ger man corvette Olga. Far from this, the German officials in the island have en- tlrnW (riven nn t.rmir ca rrcrrsxiaiwa vw,l,r .The proclamation of martial law has been publicly withdrawn and the Ger man's have abandoned all claim to the right of searching incoming vessels for contraband of war. Both these steps have met with the hearty approval of all foreign residents at Apia and have had a quieting effect. Unusual tran quility prevails throughout the island. Mataaf a, bowever,has a force of troops estimated to be 6,000 stiong. Tama sese's army consists of about TOO men. The men-of-war, German, American ...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 21 March 1889

f V k I - THE WEEKLY NEWS , THURSDAY MARCH 21, 1889. Tns national confederate soldiers' home at Austin, Texas, is having quite j a boom in the nortb. Xotiii.no can add to the satisfaction Arkansas City finds In being located but three miles from the Indian Terri- toiy. Ex-Governor (iea. T. Anthony of Ottawa has been appointed railroad commissioner, to succeed Hon. Al merinUillett of Emporia. Gbovek Cleveland has gone to Cuba in company with several others. and not a word is said about the object of the trip.. Rather strange. Son-in-law Stone took a wild goose chase of 8,000 miles in pursuit of Tascott, only to find that the man he was pursuing was not Tascott after all. Sjnck the Kennington election, the tories are badly rattled. The people are f aut abandoning Salisbury for Glad stone. Important changes are not far away In Britain. The weak point in Harmon's ad ministration is Lis -"total neglect of Kansas, the banner state of the un ion, in making appointments to office So thinks ...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 28 March 1889

k 'U fUaJcrloAl Society 1 1 :! r I 1 1-1 x i- !5; i i; I! 4 v ESTABLISHED IU37. A PITCH BATTLE. Kentucky and Tennessee Campaign Against Outlaws. A DISPUTE OVER A PIG I Two Battles Fought and a Number cf People Wounded. JSVtiRY MAN CARRIES A GUN. .Rumors cf Killing trs Plenty Mili x tia Asked For. Pinevillk, Ky., March 25. Thous ands of armed men are watching each other in Bell and Harley counties, this state, and Claiborne county, Tennes see. This city, just now being boomed as the trtfti rnountaWWfctropolIs, has for years been a portion of the district that has achieved unpleasant notoriety by reason of the desperate deeds of the factions. Thursday night a posse led by Albert Turner, a boy of eight een, captured General Sowders and a friend named Birch and lodged them in jail here, Sheriff J. C. Hargus and a posse guarded the jail that night to prevent the Turner crowd from lynching Sowders. Another posse have arrested, after a desperate tight, two more of the Turner gang. Another ...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 28 March 1889

j?HE WEEKLY NEWS PUBLISHED BY THE NEWS COMPANY, j. r. O'Cowwon, Editor. H. D. HiuMomi, business Manager. 5 UB8CBJP TIOIT SATES : I ie Ttr, payable In advance hlx months " Three month" " Jf not paid In advance at.SO per rear. DAILT KU1TION. 1 00 . & . as fin wmmr MOD One mouth W Entered at the postoflloe at Emporia, Kan sas, as sfoona-cisuis inattvr. THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1889, Only 78 out of 2i towiia in Hampshire voted for prohibition. New The Mexican mission, if be could get it. would fill the measure of Thos. A. OaborrTs ambition. Kansas otlice seekers are beginuiug to think this is an administration of, for and by the Hoosiers. Ir Senator Plumb's views about the renlng of Oklahoma be well founded the boomers will have to be patient. Attorney Genekal Kellooo says that in his opinion women cannot, le gally vote for constables and justices of the peace. Klkin, lately of Samoa, has a tale he wants to unfold at the Berlin con ference. Brother Klein Is very en thusiastic in seeking ...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
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