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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 2 May 1889

MUST MOVE OUT ! The Boomers Given Three Days to . Vacate the Stfip. At the End of That Time They be Removed by Troops. Will Further Particulars of the Murderous Disputes in Oklahoma. A Minister's Wife Arrested for Shop lifting Other News Notes. Kansas-Citt, April 25. A Times' special from Kingfisher says that three more companies of infantry have been ordered there to be commanded by Captains Auman, Cayanaugh and Chance. There is no disorder and the troops are sent merely as a precaution ary measure. The first baby was born yesterday. It first saw lifht in a wagon and was christened Oklahoma Lewis. The par ents are from Texas. A number of settlers have claimed the north half of this section as a town site and named it Kingfisher, they have elected a mayor and council and are running in opposition to the origi nal Kingitatier. J . A. Blair, secretary of the Cherokee Strip LJve Stock association and three others have entered a section between here and the strip line. It is said that t...

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. — 2 May 1889

THE WEEKLY NEWS PUBLISHED mr TH NEWS COMPANY, J. F . O'COIKOK, Editor. H. T. HammOUD, Business Manager. SUBSCRIPTION RA TES: e year, payable In advance rlx month Three raontha"' " If out paid la advance SI. SO per year, DAILY EDITION. .11 00 . 85 OnMtr Oft One month W Entered at tbe postoffloe at Emporia, Kan- as, a st-conu-oiasi matter. TI1UBSDAY, MAY 1889. Tbe president wilt not be back in tbe white house until Thursday. "A Yankek at the court of King Arthur" is the title of a new book by Mark Twain, soon to be published. A riA'o tobacco trust has been formed with 1'ierre LorrilUrd. jr., at tbe bead of it. Quid nunc? Ex. Ob, no, quid rides. It is pleasant to read that everybody went to meetin' Sunday at Guthrie. It was a day of much needed rest, and of moremeeded prayer. Tins Oklahoma Capital charges General Weaver and Captain Couch with some selfish and underhand prac tices In locating claims in Guthrie. Now that Guthrie has a mayor, she will soon be giving herself airs and turni...

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. — 9 May 1889

ocisrjp t rt fill I ? rv T in 13 111 liEK I V ESTABLISHED I8S7. PLAYING HAVOC. An Immense Amount of Damage Done by Forest Fires. A Farmer Robbed by dence Men. Two Confl- UniortuoaU Boomers Returning From Oklahoma. The Mysterious Disappearance of Dr. Crownin Unsolved. St. 1'aul, Minn., May 0. Furious forest fires are raging in Northern Minnesota and Northern Wisconsin, and an immense amount of damage lias been done. For miles on three sides of Duluth the lire rages and many country residences have been de stroyed by the flames. On the Iler mantown road near Duluth every dwelling for four miles has been de stroyed. It is feared that somes lives have been lost, as incoming farmers report - a vast sea of fire which is sweeping everything before it. A high wind ia blowing which makes it impossible for any headway to be made against the fire. It must simply burn until there is nothing more for it to destroy. Several houses were burned yesterday near Spirit Lake. A large number of telegrap...

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. — 9 May 1889

linrCl I If M Lt ITT XT HT 1,1 11 F O I and undar the vrv nnA nf h!a mar. XXXU WJ2ijJUX 11iWOUh(; fCBLUHID BT THI HEWS J F. O'Coswoa. Editor. COMPANY, H. D. Hammokd, UualneM Manager. .11 00 86 SUBSCRIPTION BA TBS: O j rear, payable In advance Mi months TbrMnonthi" It not paid la advanoe 1.30 per rear. DAILT BDITIOX. One y Mr IS 00 One month SO Botered at the postoffloe at Emporia, Kan a aa, aa eeoond-claaa matter. THURSDAY. MAY 9. 1889. Alex iicrrrs has the heartlessness to peak of Topeka's "four hundred." The uk is a large amount of news coming by wire from. Emporia, now. duc we nave loosea in vain tor any mention of those fifteen hundred bot tles of bee i. The sheriff probably took a change of venue with them before I the delegates got there. Lawrence I Tribune. Be patient. In a few days we will tell all that is to be known about the beer question. moat satisfactory account of the na tionalist or home rule party in all its extensions and ramifications. Hex it y G zonae is in high ...

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. — 9 May 1889

KELLY NOMINATED. The Dead Lock Broken on the 218th Ballot A Weary Grind for Two Days pily Ended at Last. Hap- The Nomination Made at 3 O'Clock this Afternoon. Oiige County Led Kelly th9 Break to Which Became a Stampede in a Moment Tbe Nomination Made Unanimous Amidst the Wildest Applause. When the convention met last night after supper it proceeded at once to balloting on the various candidates, which continued without any impor tant changes until about half past tf o'clock, when forty-five ballots had been taken. Seeing tbe i'npossibilitv of making any headway during that sitting tbe convention, after voting down one motion on adjournment, finally agreed to adjourn until 9 o'clock this morning. At the close the vari ous candidates stood as at the begin ning with the exception of Slavena of Woodson who was dropped on the third, and Nicholson of Waubaunsee on the thirty-fifth ballots, their supporters going repectively to Harrison Kelly and L. E. Finch. At the adjournment Finch was a...

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 May 1889

Si ! i for. Infants and Children. -teTle,toeo wen adapSftdtoehildreo that I Caaterf eurtm Oolle. OsasHpatlon. Boar Stomach, DiarrbOBa, lCructaUon. Kills Worm. gwae sleep, aad. promotes U I recommend it as superior to any prescription Tlrfl TAIL XI. itiw, .rat inn 111 80. OzXord B., Brookljn, N. T. Wttbout tajarioo 1 Th Cbstaoti Company, 77 Murray Street, N. Y. Gfl E K sIHl A K3 T vV In our Ready Made OOA "Xs For Summer WeSLr that have them From $1.00 up. We will connection with our other line of BLEBRATBD o Our Never More Complete than it is now. WE HAVE ALL SON, and at prices that defy competition. Do not forget 509 THE WEEKLY NEWS PlTni.lHHKD BY THE NEWS COMPANY, j. F. O'COVKiOR. II. I. IIAMVOMO. Untunes Manngvr. SVBSCUirriOX RATES: J te year, payut.N- in ii.lv unco ft inontiiH " Three laont ha" " If not palil In Htvuiicc l .50 cr year. 1AII.Y EDITION. One year Una month 1 i . M Entered at the KMolTi at Kmporta, Kan sae, econJ-flH mnlU-r. THURSDAY. MAY 0. 1881). To the fcA-edicor:...

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 May 1889

ESTABLISH CD lt07. WILL NOT SELL. Chief M jeiof the Cherokee Eel uses . to Convene the Legislature, Without Which No Action Can Taken in Regard to the Strip. be A Jewelers' Clerk Runa Away With $35,000 Worth of Jewelry. Dr. Cronin of Chicago Supposed be in Canada. to Tahlko.uaii, I. T., May 13. The Cherokees are somewhat exercised orer the attitude of Chief Joel 13. Mayes with regard to the sale of the Cherokee strip to the United states. The initial step toward the purchase is the calling together of the Cherokee legislature for approval of the sale. Chief Mayes, however, refuses so far to convene the legislature for such a purpose. A ma jority of the Indians are opposed to the sale and sustain Mayes, but a power ful minority is urging him to convene the general assembly and settle the prices to be paid for the land. It is understood the commissioners will offer $1.75 per acre, but the Indians are not likely to accept that figure, holding that four or five dollar per acre would be ...

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 May 1889

1, THE WEEKLY NEWS PUBLISH ED BY TUB KEWS COMPANY, 'j. r. O'COHMHM, H. D. HAHMOJfU. aitur. HuaUieM Mumer. SUBSCRIPTION BA TBS: i) year, payalilo in advanoe 1100 His m on tlia - " " . J TbrM month." if not paid la advance SI .CO per year. DAILT BDITIOR. OotMir. Jf OMmootb " Entered at the poatofBoe at Emporia, Kan- aa, a aeoond-claaa matter. THURSDAY. MAY 1. 6 189. Hemccforth during the summer, Senator Ingalls and family will make their home at Atcbiaon. Dubino its frolic ot riot and dissi pation the other day, the wind painted Guthrie and all therein a deep red. RAILROAD presidents and managers have to be on the jump now to answer the sails of legislative committees and and the interstate commission. The readers of Count Tolstoi, the well-known Russian writer, will regret to bear of his death which has just taken place at the age of sixty-one. Governor Fkancis of Missouri re fused mercy to the convicted Bald Knob bers, and as they were to hang to-day, we suppose they are now beyond ...

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. — 16 May 1889

EXECUTED. The Long-Delayed Sentence Against tbe Bald Knobbers Carried Oat at Ozark, this Morning. Missouri, A Terribly Bungling Piece of Work on tbe Part of tbe Officers. Tbe Ropes Broke and All Tbree Had to Be Re.Hanged. Men Ozark, Mo., May 10. The carpen ters gave tbe scaffold its finishing touches last evening, and everything was ready by 8 o'clock. William Walker was baptized at 6 p. m. by im mersion in a bath basin carried into the jail. The scene was very affecting. John Matthews made a long prayer, which could be distinctly heard in the street fronting the jail. The prisoners ate their supper with as much relish as usual, and appeared very quiet, except Matthews, who is taking bis fate very hard, lie passed a restless night, praying at short Intervals, asking the Lord to give him strength to go through the ordeal, and claiming he .was a martyr. He did not sleep over two hours during the night The two Walkers retired about 11 o'clock, went to Bleep and did not wake until after...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 16 May 1889

X for Infants and Children. "duS 1. 1 1 IS rnlil " fVMlMllW. TM TAOL I i I Roar Stomach. Diarrhoea, Kruetattoa, m BfeOstorast Brooklyn, N.Y. Without iajarioua noataatton, Tax Ckxtaub Company, T7 Murray Street, IT. T. . ! LEA:. OKI- lifllHlflC4AMT 1 In our Ready Made Department we have just line of GO -Jk. OB LB Our Line of Ready Made Glothing was Never More Complete than it is now. WE HAVE ALL THE NOVELTIES OP THE SEA SON, and at prices that defy competition. Do . not forget our place of business, 509 Commercial Street, Opposite the Postofflce. THE WEEKLY NEWS PUBLISHED BV TUB NEWS COMPANY, J. F O'COSBOB, Editor. H. D. Hammond. liuBinexa Manager. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: te year, payable In advance II Kia months " " ? Three months" " Jo If not paid In advance I.IVO per year. DAILY EDITION. One y bar W on One month on Entered at the poRtolHoe at Emporia, Kan- as, a aeooiid-olass mutter. THURSDAY. MAY 1.6 1889. Ex-Minihtek l'n ELi-s will resume his duties as lecturer on law at Yale. Bishop...

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. — 23 May 1889

v. yr - ih in ii 13.11 ifiiu i 9 ESTABLISHED EMPORIA, KANSAS, THTJRSDAXv MAY 23, 1889. VOI.32. NO. 21. '5 . .. I. , n I! i M K i - i t. A- i AT SEA. Th British Steamer German Em peror Sunk by a Collision. A Warehouse, Tsa and Coffee Build ing Burned Loss, $90,000. fl ft WWt I I Al I i ii i iuiiiuiiuij liw incrdss uim i Sale of Liquor in Iowa. Still Mystery Other Worthy of Note. Items British BUamar Sis Into- London, May 21. The British steamer German Emperor, from Lon don forfiilboa, ran into tbe ltritish steamer Ileresford, from Hartlepool for Bombay, at 4 o'clock yesterday morning while the latter was at an chor on the Goodwin sands. The Ger man Emperor sank instantly. Boats were launsbedlrom the Beresford and succeeded In. rescuing tbree persons from the German Emperor. There were seventeen persons on board. The latter 's bows were stove in. She dis appeared in the fog and for a while her fate was unknown, but it is now learned that she is proceeding to Gravesend, where she will ...

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 May 1889

THE WEEKLY NEWS PUBLISHED T THI NEWS COMPANY, J. F, wizard as they have bad considerable experience with him in a business way. Jay seems to be regarded by rauroaa men very ranch like a case of small pox in a community, they all fear him. . O'CONNOR, Editor. H. D. Himvosd, liuaineM )Uu(r. II 00 as SUBSCRIPTION It J TBS: U i year, payable In advance HU months " Threw month" - If not paid In adranoe 91.30 per year. DAILY BDITIOH. Onejrear. ......... WOO One month W Entered at the poBtoffloe at Emporia, Kan aa. a eeooud-cUae matter. TIIURSDAY, MAY 23. 1889. The selection of Mr. John R. Lynch the colored statesman for a good fat office, is a bard blow to the ambitious. or rather office hungry white republi cans of Dixie. But the colored brother must not be entirely ignored, even for the sake of the gentleman who shed such streams of crocodile tears over his wrongs and woes about election time. A coNTEMroitAY wants to know how Wasbinirton cot elected if be never told a lie? God only know...

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 May 1889

DAY'S DABK DEEDS. ,Robt. Day, While Intoxicated, Shoots His Wife and His Father. Allen T. Rico, Newly Appointed Minister to Russia, Pead. The Sioux Indians Will Sell 000 Acres of Land. 160,-1 'AFirece Conflagration in Progress at Quebec. Cincinnati, Ohio, May 16. Eobert Day, twenty-seven yean old, son of a wealthy farmer living two miles from Loveland, Ohio, reached home about midnight last night from a circus, in toxica ted. The family was awaiting him. Drawing two revolvers, be de clared his intention of "cleaning out the ranch." The family hastily left the room. Ilobert Day, Sr., sixty-five years old, was the last to leave, and his son, wun deliberate aim. nreu at nun and sent a ball through his body, and be sank to the floor. Young day then went in search of other members of the familv. but finding none went to an adjoining farm, where Mrs. Ilubbell, I his divorced wife, lived. lie forced an entrance. The noise awakened Mrs. Ilubbell. who came out to learn the cause of the distu...

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 May 1889

2k .St? 3 1 :Sf '1 for Infants and Children. Ireoomnita.a.pto.prp 1 g 15 dl knows to me." H. A. OTm, 1L D., I twtion XUBa.Oztocd8tSnokt7n.. T. wl&out injorioon msdkatina, Tbs CasTAim Coirin, T7 Murray Street, N. Y. TIKI AOK TAIL w Li N.E.WEAVBE SELLS ALL KINDS OF HARDWARE, BARB WIRE, WAGONS.C1J In our Ready Made GOik OILEBRA . Our Never More Complete than SON, and at prices that defy competition. Do not forg-et our place 509 Commercial Street, Opposite the THE WEEKLY NEWS I'rUl.lSllilD 1)V THE NEWS COMPANY F. O'CONNon, Editor. If. I. HAMMOND, HuHineMH Mnnager. SUBSCMPTIOX RATES: U e year, payatiltt in advance Si U) H months " H6 Three month " " 35 If not paiii la advunuo SI. SO wr year. KAII.r KOITION. Oneywir hi Oti One month fit) ' TJSti'vX at. tlu ototlico at Kinporia, Kan " aa, at eeooinl-t-liMi niui ti-r. THURSDAY. MAY lcWi). Minictkh Uvan has announced arrival at the city of Mexico. his Kino IIitmiiekt of Italy has gone to Berlin to return King William's call. An Atchison ...

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 May 1889

S-ata kUlcricfcl oeit ii 4- ESTABLISHED 1657. EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MAY 30, 1889. VOL. 32. .NO. 22. r If mil !llT h ii ii i JJliyO 1 r r I: A' BACKBONE. The Adniistranou De'ermlned Maintaiu Our Rights to la Cthni.fi: Ses, Eta If aa Appeal to A'nuls Necessary. u - A Senear joni. Story CoEoeroing the Cronin Case. Sher H Mty Fire. Killed Destroyed .Other Notes. by New Yoi:k. May 1T7. A Washing ton special to the Herald Bays: The sending of the English flagship, Swift sure, aud tht Amphion to Sitka, with orders to cruise in Behring sea, has caused quite a stir ia ofllci.il circles here. The treasury department has time and again called the attention of the government to the fact that hhips riomtthe English flag are en paged in illicit sealing in Behring ea. Inmost cases these v ewe la are well armed, and our revenue cutters which , cany only howitzers are no match for them. The government has decided that its interests in Alaska shall be protected. The Ur-ited states steam er Adams...

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 May 1889

THE WEEKLY NEWS PCIUSUD BY THB NEWS COMPANY, j, F. O'Coif wait. H. D. Hammohh, Huaineea Manitirer. , Kditor. SUBSCRIPTION It J TES: U rwr. parable In advance Mix month TbtMBonthi" If not paid In advance atl.SO per year. DAILY EMTIO. Onoyvsr. One month Bntorad at the poetoflloe at Emporia, aa, aa aeoond-claaa matter. , 1 00 U6 .MOO 10 Kan- THURSDAY. MAY 30. 1889. Queen Victoria's daughter, the Princess Battenburg, ToungBat, her second. has another The Carter divorce case being ended, and Cronin's body found, what is there to make life in Chicago endurable, for the present at least? Allen Thorndtke Bice paid 3,000 for the North American lleview when be purchased it. At bis death, it was valued at $300,000. a he woman in r ranee," says a writer, "carries the purse, and that makes her economical." No doubt. That is a way empty purses have. Toe scheme of making unimproved land pay the necessary taxes is a form of Henry George's plan of taxation now strenzly advocated in Northern Dakota. ...

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 May 1889

A FEARFUL BfcCOBD A Mother and Daughter Suspected of Murdering Their Husbands. Compton of Pittston, Penn., Mur ders His Wife, Then Suicides. Wilson, the Southern Terminus theHousatonic KokJ, Burned. of President Harrison Kemitsthe Fin of Sim Coy Other Notes. Moiule, Ala., May. 23. Carrie E llolbrook Chandler, the mother of Mrs James Maybrick, who is charged with poisoning May brick in Liverpool, is a woman with a very romantic career Miss llolbrook came here about 1856, visiting her uncle. Rev. J. II. Ingra bam, rector of St. John's church, au thor of the "irince of the House of David." She was very popul&r in so ciety, being a eood conversationalist. handsome, though not pretty, and quiet aau prepossessing in demeanor. Amorg those who joined her troupe of admirers was young w imam V. Chand ler, son of one of the moat prominent merchants of the city. The two young people were mutually taken witti one one another and he followed her to her home in New York City, where they were 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. — 30 May 1889

THE WEEKLY HEWS rCBI.ISHED V TUB N 13 W S COM I A N Y , Kdit-.r. 11. u. Ha llueiiiees l UUNII, SVBSCtltPTtOS JSATKS: o ia mr. nmmblo In advance.: ! " 1 malthM " TO ThMHiullllhl" " 3 If not paid I rj advance a) I. SO rr year. daily KUiTlosr.. Onor ' llnaiunnth Kntord mt the faotofT.ue tit km porta, Ka- M.cMu-viii mutter. Til UfjUD AY. M AY no. 1 W). ... . it . f . 1 1 V . - 'fli" Her citizens get full sometimes also, of one thing or another Gkoiloe T. AS;niiXY 'n said t hauker for Farmer Funalon's lnes. Cmsin Dan think fudie." whatever he may any about lt. CoN'unihMAf r cnstom has come home. It was high time he did sit. Someone is tumbling his fences around in an ugly fashion. TOI'EKA ll lH OpWMl joints, but no "law for imnishing the keepers. Her attention is devoted entirely to one thing, tbe arcuous work or repressing boot legins: . lN-years to cmue they will tie talking at Salina about, the church social to come oil there ouu night this week, in which the Rills will dress in Cleop...

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 June 1889

ffl. v, - Tnrr.rm . .. . . n -mvw-t a . - mi J ts im J I y IV u 'My ax ESTABLISHED 1667. EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1889. VOIi.32. NO. 23. i- MOKE SEBIOUS. Another Ghastly Discovery Has Been Added to the Hundreds. Thousands of Decaying; Bodies Be neath the Burning Ruins The Loss of Life is From 10,000 to estimated at 12,000. Hungarians and Italians Attempting to Rob the Bodies. Johnstown, Pa., June 3. The dark disaster of the day, with its attendant terrors, thrills the universe and draws too continents closer together in the bonds of sympathy that bind humanity to man. The midnight terrors of Ash tabula and Chatsworth evoked tears of pity from every fireside in Christen dom, but the true story of Johnstown, when all is known, will stand solitary and alone as the acme of man's anni hilation by the potent forces to which humanity is ever subject. The menac ing clouds still hover darkly over the alley of death, and the muttering thun der that ever and anon reverberates faintly...

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 June 1889

K7BLUHKD MY THE NEWS COiPANY, J. F. O'Coirwon. . Kdltor. H. D. Hammond. Uualneoa Manager. THE WEEKLY NEWS Uued from its new quarter. 604 Com- mercial street.up stairs. We nave .the best location to be bad in the city, and the News means to be the best paper in tbe city. It will attend strictly to its business of gathering the news. It is not the organ of any faction, cor noratlon. bank or railroad. It has no jobs nor schemes to foster, and no enemies to punish. It stands alone, self-reliant and confident, responsible and reliable, and has no worse de signs than the good of Emporia, and tbe happiness and prosperity of its people. the Cin- SVB8CBIPTI0N It A TES: U year, payable In advance M J HIiidodUm J Throanonthf " " ir not paid in advance l.SO por year. daily edition. Om;wt On month w Entered at tbe pontoflloe at Emporia, Kan- aa. aa aeoond-vlaas matter. THURSDAY. JUNE 6. 1880. OOcb dispatches this afternoon tell an awful story of death and destruc tion at Johnstown, Pennsylvania....

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