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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 28 March 1889

SALT TRUST. Iadica'iois tbat an International Syn dicate Will be Formed. WILLINGNESS TO SELL OUT. Owners of Property Atked to Their Lowest Figures. Set WOUKS i FK li AT ED AT A LOSS An Understanding that the Price Will Not be Advanced. Stkaccsk, X. Y., March 21. The report about the formation of an inter national syndicate which will absorb the salt works of the United States, in cluding those of the Onondago salt reservation, has made a great stir in the city. Judge O. i Comstqck, who is reported to be largely interested in the new enterprise said to-day: "I be lieve it to be true tbat there are cap italists who profess at least a desire to buy up and consolidate the leading salt interests in this country and that some of them live in England. I do not understand tbat it is ttieir purpose to raise the price of salt. The domes tic salt trade of this country has, to my certain knowledge, been a losing trade for several years." Judge Coinstock expressed a willing ness to get rid of hi...

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 March 1889

THE WEEKLY NEWS THURSDAY MARCH 8,18i.j Tub Globe anticipates a very 4 election in Atchison. 'nasty' Jake Stotler wants to be third siatant postmaster general. Cvute prospects in Kansas at present aie second to none in the anion. Saturday wasn't so bad. Kansas got her first federal appointment. . A 8tko.no effort is being made to in duce ex-Governor Click to ran for may or of Atchison. Murdoch of the Eagle should let up on hfs beefing now. That 80,000 plu rality has been recognized at last. It is thought that the Oklahoma message would have appeared last week if Baby McKee had not purloined it. The latest about Uussell Harrison is that be will soon leave Washington to take possession of Montana and the surrounding territory. A little more patience, gentlemen, and the delightful past-time . of false swearing, juggling and throat-cutting in Oklahoma will begin. Tub idea of a third party ticket in the city election was, it is presumed intended as a tribute of respect to the memories of ...

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. — 4 April 1889

3 kv I. ESTABLISHED IU97. EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, APKIX 4, 1889. VOL. 32. NO. 14. ft i I HI Ml- A.VIlf'AVJI I A I XV viiiiiii unur unuun LI II Geo. Foe s Son Dies of Heart Disease After Playing Ball. A WHOLE FAMILY BURNED. Kauroad Ticket Office Burglarized snd400 Taken. BOOM ELS FIGHT FOR A CLAIM A Stupectrd Accomplice ia the Deo. ver Bank Robbery Arrested. Tope K A, Kaa., April 2. General II. K.McConneu, a prominent citizen of Osage City, killed himself this morn ing at the Fifth Avenue hotel. lie blew the top of his head oil by means of a bull-dog revolver. He came here early mis mormon evidently with the inten tion or killing himself on account of a scandal growing out of family troubles. A SUDDEN DEATH.' Detroit. April I. Harold Toe, four teen year old, only son of General Foe, United States Army, stationed here, died Saturday night of heart disease, superinduced by base ball playing. The young man had been advised against the game by his physician but during General and Mrs....

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. — 4 April 1889

THE WEEKLY NEWS ion rCSUBHKD UY THE NEWS COMPANY, j. F. O'Cowwob. H. D. HinaOKD, Business Uuwfer. Bailor. SCBSCRirTIOS RATES: U year, payable la advance ! aix months Three) months" " If not paid in advance Sl.SU per jraar. daily roinoa. OMr 0" On month 00 Bntorel at tbo pontoflloa at Einporia, Kan see, as eeooud-claaa matter. THUBSDAY. APRIL 4. 1889. Byin for Mexico, ty good. Well, that's pret- Tbb northwest Kansas conference Is in session at Jewell. Mr. IIalstjsad, like bchuyler, was too bandy with his pen, hinc illae, etc. Field Maumiial. Mukat now kDows what It is to set a douse in the broth TnAT 80,000 plurality has been rec ognized at last. Now let us all return thanks. Kansas City is to have a new union depot at a cost all told of three million dollars. Let us pick out Ryan for CongJess. have, gentlemen? a man to succed Who will you Now let us turn our attention to Oklahoma, the land of promise, more promise perhaps than pay. John L. Sullivan is suggested as a fit man for cons...

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. — 4 April 1889

UPS AND DOWNS. .A Colored Thief Shoots a Leaven worth Groceryman. A CHILD KILLED BY A TRAIN. A Farmer in China Burned for Steal' Ing an Earof Corn. GOV. lEAVElVSNOiE 1 ULLED A Denver Railroad and Bink Presi dent Held Up for $20,000. , Lkavkm wobtii, Kan., March 27. A tabbing affray occurred this evening between 7 and 8 o'clock which re sulted In the death of a young busi ness man named Charles Gordon. Young Gordon was the son of a widow, with whom be resided. Lately be went iuto the grocery business at the corner of Fifth and Olive streets. This evening he was attending the store, as usual, when two colored men entered on pretense of purchasing and attempted to steal something from the store. Gordon interfered to stop them and upon their running gave chase. He reached the outer edge of the sidewalk, when one of the would be thieves turned and stabbed him through the heart. The dying man pluckily attempted tokeepopthe chase, and ran to the middle of the street, where be fell dead. Th...

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

THE WEEKLY NEWS! TUTJIISDAY APRIL 4, ltWO. Tits ladles, God bless tbem, J nobly at the polls yesterday. did . Atcbisox gambling urnl bawdy houses net the city $4,000 a year. . Bsttrr make Jtismarck a present of Samoa, II be will take It, which is doubt ful nowy " Tn United States senate is going to bear some plain talk about itself in the next few days. WA-NAJiakek's '-business methods'' threaten to do for his party what simi lar methods did for Cleveland. The capital stock of the Santa Fe has shrunk in the past yeur from $00, 000,000 to $30,000,000 it is said. Bhows county farmers have agreed ? In conrention to use no binding twiue at a price higher than was paid last year. The women, to a considerable ex tent, voted yesterday independently of ad rice or suggestion from their male friends. Kansas City elected a republican mayor yesterday, while democratic mayors were chosen ia Atchison air 8t. Louis. The State Journal is very proud of Topeka1" electric railway, seeing that it devot...

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. — 11 April 1889

- KSTABLISHED . IB57. EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 11, 1889 W J it ' , i.i mmmm i V -S-J -4.1 Vs i : ' . 1 ' - i j 1 . i' A WRECK. The Disaster Caused by Switch. Many Peoplj Killed and Wounded. Several The Sunta. Fe ' Investigating: the Boomers. They Threaten to Burn Bridges and Stop Trains. Chicago, April 8 A defective switch derailed the four rear coaches of an inward-bound Baltimore & Ohio passenger train between Colehour and South Chicago yesterday morning. The coaches were thrown with terrific violence against several coal oil tank cars standing on the side tracks and . broken to pieces. One man was killed and a dozen others injured, two or three of them very severely. The train was nearly two hours behind time and was running fast, making up time. Just north of One Hundredth street and parallel with the main tracks are a series of side tracks and switches and long strings of tank cars near the great oil tanks. As the train was crossing the switches opposite one of thes...

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. — 11 April 1889

THE WEEKLY NEWS mums by tub HEWS COMPANY, J. r. O'Coswoa. Editor. H. V). Hammowd, Business Manager. 8 UB SCRIP TJOS BATES: O e year, payable In advance tLx months ' Throe month" " .11 00 . If not paid In advance Si.su per year. DAILY EDITION. On y ar M 00 One month 60 Entered at the poatodloe at Emporia, Kan a a, as second-class matter. THURSDAY. APRIL 11. 1889. Tuesday was not auch for democrats. a bad day Mbs. Senator Plumb la paid to rapidly improving in bealtb. be Sheds and horses it tbe Topeka stock yards burned Wednesday, valued at w.ooo. Tuk fight in Iowa between the state officials and the railroads is growing . pretty lively. Am Atchison father had bis fifteen year-old ton arrested for stealing from him. Another Brutus. IIalstead may be sick, but bis pa per is not, and none are so well aware of tbe fact as the senators who said "no" to bis appointment. -...fx . Leavenworth sat down on Col. R. D. Anthony bard, very hard. Will cousin George indite au epistle con gfatulaling J...

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. — 11 April 1889

FIRE AND WIND. South Dakota Swept by Confligi?. tion and Hurricane. WHOLE TOWNS DESTROYED Hundreds of Families" Left Without a Home. SEVERAL LIVES LOST ! Millions of Dollars Worth of Prop erty in Utter Sain. Minneapolis, Minn., April 4. During the last two days South Dako ta and Minnesota have been swept by a series of windstorms which Lave caused hundreds of thousands of dollars damage to property and sev eral lives have been lost. The storm started Monday eight and swept over a large area south of the Northern Pacific road in Dakota and extending into the southern tiers of counties in this state. The greatest damage has not been caused by the winds alone, but in many places lire fanned into fury by the storms have wiped out of existence several small villages and hundreds of farm houses. The towns almost completely destroyed are Volin. Olivet, 1'ukwana. Desterville and Mt. Vernon and three or four other villages were badly damaged. At Voliu every house in the place except three is...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 11 April 1889

in ,,iiiaiwiiMUMii)iwi ! . Mjpi,i,,.wjluij,..ji,.i . ... I.. . .. . .. CCaM!3:!a - Tliis aee is 0 3 for Infants and Children. 'KMterteteBowenadaptedtocfcBdmnthMI CssterU ear OoJteOoBsWtJ. Soar Stomach, Diarrhoea, Eruption. I recommend it as superior to any prescription I wrii atoeo. aad promotes cU- LHIAKIY TAOL fcsowBtome.- H. A. Abcezk, H. D., 1 reBtsonT 111 Sow Qxlard Sk, BrookJjn, N. T. Without injurious medicaaan, 1 Tbk Cectavr Coup ant, 77 Murray Street, N. Y. Reserved for ID BAVBE M aaaawa-a-ss aHa E G LOT H I a- 509 Commercial Street,- Opposite Postomce. Keep Yoitf Eye on this Page for Further Particulars. SELLS all. kinds of hardware, barb wire, wagons. I Tin famous asle Plow, Listers nil Cultivators. AND -:- AGRICULTURAL -:- IMPLEMENTS Cheaper than any Other Firm in the County. 9& . .-Ot 3 Pvjnr ACQUAINTED WITH THE GEOGRAPHY OF THE COUNTRY, WILL 3BTAE MUCH VALUABLE IKrOAMATiOM A biuwx w THE WEEKLY NEWS u THURSDAY APRIL 11, 1880. On to Oklahoma! is ringing through out s...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 18 April 1889

5tiH!or!eaJ Socity s I ESTABLISHED 1897. EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 1889. VCKL. 82. NO. 1. 4 id! 1 1 in ii i i I i i THE CYCLONE. Particulars of the Great Samoan Stora at Length Obtained. Ffteen Valuable Vessels Destroyed and Many Lives Lost. Description of the Hsrbor of Apia Where it Occurred. The Town of Boston, Colorado, in the PoBces8ion of Outlaws. l Copyright by the Western Associated Prcss.l San Francisco, April 13. Apia, Samoa, March 30. Feu Steamek Alameda.) The little group of Samoan or Navigator islands which a few months ago attracted the atten tion of the civilized world by a tierce civil combat between native factions and the consequent possibility of ser ious complications between the great powers of the United (States and Ger many has been visited by a disaster more appalling than all of the wars ever waged there. In attempting to ef fect a solution of the Samoan difficulty and to protect their respective inter ests on the islands the United States and Germ...

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. — 18 April 1889

THE WEEKLY NEWS PUBLISHED BY THE NEWS COMPANY, 3. V. O'Connor. Kiitor H. D. HammOVD, Business Manager. SUBSCRIPTION RA TF.S: t 10 ear, payable in advance (1 00 pis mouth. " " Threw months ' 35 If not paid to advance Sl.SO per year. DAILT KDITIO. Oneytmr J Una month ou Entered at the pontoffioe at Emporia, Knfi S u, a seoond-vluae uiauer. THURSDAY. APKIL 18. 1&89. The congressional convention meets in this city May 1. If the wind is right the balloon boomers will pet the best (J it on the 22nd. "Prince Ucrtonius" is the ambi tioas nickname now attached to J. R Burton. - "The Viga in the Clover" act will be done to the queen's taste on a big scale April 22. Luther Ciiallih and the escrow business are vying with each other for prominence in the Atchison papers If Wichita's new police commission ers keep their promise, that city will undergo an old time allopathic purging of crime and wickedness. . Tim Salina Republican says that as far as the genuine pleasure of it goes, it would r...

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. — 18 April 1889

TELESCOPED. A Chicago, Santa Fe and 'California Passenger Train Wrecked. Director Hartand Wife Badly Scaldad and Their Son Killed. Guda Springs Minister Warned White Cips. by An Unexplained Attack on a Texas Barker. Cnic-Auo. April 10. The following is an account of an accident on the Chicago, Santa Fe& California railroad this morning: - The regular east bound train was just leaving Lorenzotown, fifty miles from Chicago, at 4:80 o'clock, when the accident occurred. Attached to the rear of the train was the private car of Mr. J. F. Hart, mayor of Brook line, Massachusetts, and a director of the California railroad. The party in the car consisted of Mr. Hart, his wife, bis son Henry Bobert Hart, his niece Miss "Winslow, a porter known only as "Harry," and a cook named Thomas Smith. Just as the train was pulling out of the station, an extra stock train following, ran into the rear of the pas senger train at a good speed, demolish ing the private car and damaging the freight engine...

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. — 18 April 1889

I - - . ; : : : ; . - ' : i - . . . . . . . - - 1 - ,.... a for Infants and Children. 1 MCaatrtUo wen Adopted to chndreathft OasteHai cures OoHe. CoMMpatiffi. r.AOL H. A. Aran, K. D I r- " 1U 80. Oztcrd SI, Brooklyn, N. Y. Wttiou injurious medjcatksa. Tas Ckttacb Company, 77 Murray Street, N. Y. - Q-XQ.3rSL3nLll:30 In our Ready Made Department we have just opened" the line of finest i S3 Pi For Bummer Wear that have ever been Shown in Emporia: We have them From $1.00 up. We will also show an eleg-ant line of STRAWS in connection with our other line of hats. We are sole agents for the N.B.WBAYBR SELLS ALL KINDS OF HARDWARE, BARB WIRE, WAGON 5,E T&b famons aale Plow, Listers anfl Gnlllvators. AND -:- AGRICULTURAL -:- IMPLEMENTS Cheaper than any Other Firm in the County. CELEBRATED 'DUNLAP HJLT. And have a full line of them in the $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00 grades. Our Line of Ready Made Olotliing was Never More Complete than it is now. WE HAVE ALL. THE NOVELTIES OF THE SEA SON, and at...

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. — 25 April 1889

v. v I ;i ii is i i ii ! 1 i i My . i , ' t r ' . t I i ! 'I f -i ' v - ' 1 r (7 s J i 7 1 i ESTABLISHED FOUR MEN KILLED. Four Men Murdered Jumpers. by Claim Confusion Reign Supreme Among the Boomer. Guthrie. Oklahoma City and Edmunds . the Threa Towns Enured. A Great Scarcity of Water and Much Suffering Thereby. Arkansas City. Kai., April 23. A special from Guthrie at an early hour tbls morning says tbat four men who took claims there yesterday were foul ly murdered about 6 o'clock by claim jumper!. The names of the assailants nd their victims could sot be learned. A vigilance committee is now scouring the country in search of the miscreants. Indefiance of the fact that no town was suppose! to exist until noon yes terday the several hundred Interlopers held an organization meeting at 10 o'clock. II. A. fierce, one of the To peka crowd secured the presidency, but when he tried to foist his plat upon the meeting be was beaten amid the cries: "Down the Topeka outfit." The railway runs...

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. — 25 April 1889

THH. WRKkTiY lUKWKlaeieattheinapecUonlaw uwm seen -rrsLisHED r the NEWS COMPANY, J. F . O'Cos KOK, Bditur. II. T. Hammohd. liuilneM Muiier. SUBSCB1PTIOA' RA TBS: 'lie your, payable lo advance II nx uionua Three monthe" - , If not pitid in advance e)I.SO er year. DAILY BDITIO. .US Oneyksr SS 00 Una month 60 Entered at the pemtoffioe at Emporia, Kao- a aa, aa acoiiu-vuuw mailer. THURSDAY. APRIL 25. 18S9. Wichita claims ale and jobbing claims them. seventy-flve whole bouses. Yes, she "Ai Oklauomam; per aspera" is a suitable motto for the thousands that move to-day on Oklahoma. . The tug of gall was reached when the Wichita Eagle accused Topeka of "blowing," that is, bragging. A roCB hundred thousand dollar deal In town and suburban Iota is caus ing a good deal of cackling at Wichita The Lawrence shoe factory has made its first pair of shoes. It will probably make -a few more before it pegs out. I'lLLKBcnY, the millionaire dour man of Minneapolis, Minnesota, has Just given the state uni...

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. — 25 April 1889

A BRISK FIUHT. A Re: ular Battle Batwe9n U. Deputies and Boomers. S. Thirteen Deputies Capture Thir y of the Texas Rangers. Two of the Invaders Fatally Wounded . and Five Seriously. Word From Purcell Says Hundreds are Already Located. The Cherokee .Strip Impeded Hish Water. by Kansas City, Mo., April 20. A dispatch from Purcell, I. T., regarding the reported coullict between deputy marshals and boomers say thirty boomers were taken prisoners, seven being wounded. One deputy marshal was slightly hurt. For several days men on horde'oack and in wagons have been seen fording the south Canadian, north of I'urcell, and disappearing in the timber to the eastward. Men who came in from hunting trips reported having seen large bodies of boomers inoyin.; in a northerly direction, and a hunter who arrived last night declared that he had found a man plowing in a secluded valley about twenty miles from Pur cell. Yesterday morning at sunrise thirteen prairie schooners, well manned, crossed the riv...

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. — 25 April 1889

' . . . " : ' : . .. - r ' " '-" " -1 "... 1 " , ' ,,,' " ' ' 1 for Infants and Children. CMtarliaaowndMtodefaIUieatlkU I Castorta eoraa OoBe, oapetie". FA D 0 kaowntome." H. A. Abcsb, M.D.. I gtJtSSr' HI So. OsSord St Broofclya, H. T. WiUiout uyanooa momcawai, -' - Thk Cuuci Comtaky, 77 Murray Strost, S. T. m m m oKi a m t ) In our Ready Made Department we have just line of o o CELEBRATED Our Never More Complete than oixn, ana at prices tnat dety competition. Do not forget our place of business, . - 509 Commercial Street, Opposite the Postofflce. THE WEEKLY NEWSimatter with that of the offlce8eeker rCBLIBUEO BY TH NEWS C03IPANY, j. r. , OTo!rtR. Editor. H. l. HammOhp. liusineHs Manager. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: i) i rnar, payable In advance tl 00 HI month SA Throe month" " 35 If not paid In advance l.SO per year. DAILY EDITION. One year M Vf - Bnkered at tlio pontotfloa at Etu porta, Kan at, as reond-vlaaa matter. THURSDAY. APRIL 25, 1889. Now for homes. the grand scramble for Evekt man...

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. — 2 May 1889

Id I I t C I fl IDS 1 VI U L V hi v , ESTABLISHED 1837. EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MAY 2, 1889. VOJj. 32. NO. 18. ,1 I THE OKATION. colonists bad made them alert to dis cover and quick to resist any peril to their liberties. Above all things, they feared and distrusted power. The town meeting and the colonial legisla- Delivered byChauncay M. Depew at gST "K" &?inlue the Centennial of The Inauguration if the Father of Hii Country. An Eloquent Recital of Growth. the Nations WASHINGTON EULOGIZED. New Yoi:k, April 30. The second day of the great centennial celebration Opened with a clear sky, a fresh west erly breeze, a city full of tired people and a still lingering desire to make the occasion memorable in the history of spectacles ami pageants. To-day 's pro gramme was divided between thanks giving and rejoicing. Services were held iu all the churches of the city of every denomination, de votive manses being offered up in the Catholic churches at which special prayers will be held...

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. — 2 May 1889

-T rr"C1 TTTTnTTITrT TT UTTatTTCI PUBLISH &D BT THE KEWfe COMPANY, J. T. . O'Coxwob, cuiuir. H. T. Hammond. Uuslncaa Mauatrer. up tne extent of Its boodle." As tne dressed beef lobby appears to be on deck over there and the extent of its boodle unlimited, it ought to be quite easy to tell what the legislature will or will not do. .1100 . 6S U5 SUBSCRIPTION HATES; j rear, payable In advance monuia " Tbree months" - If not paid to advance !. SO per year. DAILY ED1TIOX. Oneyanir M 00 One mouth..: 60 Entered at the postoftloe at Krapoi la, Kan- u, aa vuuua-vuisa uniuir. TnUKSDAY, MAY 2. 1889. A cuTEMroBARY remarks that Ed itor Ilalstead, who was dangerously sick, U now dangerously well. Says a Republican exchange, "Pres ident Harrison understands what true civil service is, and will adhere faith fully to its principles. But. as there are a great many office holders who will undoubtedly be removed for in competency, why not do it at cnce?" U tne president is so proficient in a knowle...

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