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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 6 June 1889

SEVERE STORMS. A Terrible Wind Storm Occurred on Lake Ontario. The Rumor of the Disaster Seems Well Authenticated. Martirnburg, W. Va.. Visited by a Terriflo Cyclone. Killed by Lightning Other Itema Worthy of Note. Montreal, Quebec, May 31. It was rumored here last night that a terrible steamship disaster occurred in the gulf yesterday. The story goes that the Beaver Line steamer Lake On tario, wbich left here on Wednesday for Liverpeol with a full list of cabin passengers, including: many of the leading citizens of this city, has gone down with all hands. From the last reports or the vessel received here, she should have been iu the neighborhood of Anti Costi, and as it is known that a terrible storm has been raping in the gulf for the last few days, the worst is anticipated. The rumor of the disas ter seems well authenticated. The ateampsbip Lake Ontario was a ship of 2,033 tons, and was built at Sunder land in lStm. She was owned by the Canada Shipping company. A KtEECE GALE. Chi...

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 June 1889

s. &s GREATEST XJMLOA.raMG SALS! During the Month of June. S. STRAUSS. H. SCHLESINGER. ,r-M . -VTT I.I I 6 "ST if"V A TTTVTiOI ' TTTVTT A t-ittitm for Infants and Children. We are overloaded with goods all over the house. What shall we do with them? Carry them over until the next season? Oh no, not much! We are not that kind of merchants. We would rather suffer a loss now, to eet rid of the surnlus and get the money out of the goods, and at the same time give our patrons an opportunity to supply themselves with DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, CARPETS, MILLINERY, etc., during this sale, at prices even lower than they were before the var. This great sale begins . " . MONDAY. JUNE 3. IN THE MORNING. AT 10 A. M. AND CONTINUES UNTIL FURTHER NOTTfiE yCm ertissowanadaredchnlreathat CMtortt cares Colto. Oonatrpatta-i. I recommend it as superior to any preemption I Sour Stomach. DimrrtxBa, Eructation. tiw ta iiuli rr a.. - n 1 Sills Worms, aiTea aleen. and nromotM 61. gaowatome. Ill Bo. Oxford BL, ...

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 June 1889

n l .... Of a ESTABLISHED IU7. EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY ,JUNE 13. 1889. VOIi.32. NO. 24. BEHRING SEA. Canadians Scout the Idea of With the United States. War ai int 5ame i im the British are Fortifying Northern Points. Thousands of Men Clearing Away the Wreck at Johnstown. rort Leyden, New York, bwept by a lerrmc Lycione. Ottawa, Ont., June 10. The Bea ring Sea question promises to prove more difficult of solution than all the other national disputes between Her Brittanic Majesty and the United States. Strange reports and rumors regarding the attitude of the govern ment of the United states have reached Ottawa. American gunboats and men-of-war laden with shot and shell are to maintain exclusive sov erignty in the icy waters of the far north. At the same time dispatches are flashed from Vancouver that Canadian vessels, emboldened by the success of last year's hazardous vov- ages, are again getting ready for Beh- ring sea. 1 he crews for the most part are composed of men who, it tne ...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 13 June 1889

THE WEEKLY NEWS PCBLIKHKD IT THI NEWS COMPANY,! J. F. , O'Connor, naitor. H. D. Hammond, llualnesa Manager. .1 00 U6 SUBSCRIPTION RATES: J is year, payable In advance mx DODIOI ThrM month! ' If Dot paid In advance VI.au per year. DAILY KDITION. Oncywr W 00 One month BO Entered at the pootoffloe at Emporia, Kan- aa, a aeoond-claM matter. THURSDAY. JUNE 6. 1880. Life In Georgia is an unmixed bless ing Just now. Tbe watermelon crop ia Mill to be immense. Henry Cabot Ixjdoe, congressman and litterateur of Massachusetts, Is talked of in connection with the va cant Russian mission, as a successor to Mr. Rice. The News acknowledges the receipt of an invitation to tbe Kansas Chau - tauqua assembly which will be held at Oakland l'ark', Topeka, from June 25, to July 4, inclusive. The. statement going the rounds that President Harrison is "tired of his job" is probably a campaign lie, al though a man who bas to listen daily to tbe clamors of scores and scores of hungry office seekers may be pa...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 13 June 1889

NATIONAL NEWS. Tht Civil Service Commission Has Completed its Report. Cornelius Walker, the Notorious Horse Thief, Captured. A Verdict Against Mrs. Maybrick for the Murder of Her Husband. Totally Destroyed by Fire Notes From the Wire Other Coat plated It Report. Washington, June 6. The civil service commission bus completed its report on the result of the recent in vestigation made by it into certain matters connected with the examin ing board of the New York custom house. The report says: The civil service commission having concluded in part the recent in vest i (ration into the management of the New York custom house, so far as the local examining board the question of the roper observance of the civil service aws as regards entrance examination are concerned find that thexecent man agement of the examination for admis sion has been characterized by great laxity and negligence and on the part of some of the custom house employes by positive fraud. The clerk of the board himself te...

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. — 13 June 1889

ORE . OS During the Month of June. S. STRAUSS. H. SCHLESINGER. Oause-OVBRLOjBIMG. Oonseq.uence-XJNLOA.DIMG for Infants and Children. 'CtotritaMwtfa4a?trtee!kadra IrwcomTTWpditaaaopariortoajiy prtcripttoo I Soar 6tomaeh. piarrbesa, ErttcUtwa. We are overloaded with Roods all over the bouse. What shall we do with them? Carry them over until the next season? Oh no, not much! We are not that kind of merchants. We would rather suffer a loss now, to get rid of the surplus and tret the money out of the goods, and at the same time give our patrons an opportunity to supply themselves with DRY GOODS. CLOTHING. CARPETS. MILLINERY, etc., during this sale, at prices even lower than ihev were before the rar. This creat sale begins - , XU 8 Oadsftf St Brooklyn, i .K.T. Tn Ckntafb Compakt, 77 Murray Street, N. T. ' - - 1 . I II I I .U I .1 1 I L II 111 III W.HEJ IJ 1 .! . H I II .11 Jl . W It 'M I II IJh.lM The price on every article has been cut down to such an alarming extent that we are sure 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. — 20 June 1889

i v t -A ! - I ; !- i: sX3 iV .ESTABLISHED IB37. KANSAS FLOOD. Uniontown, Kansas, Swept Away by A Cyclone. Many People Killed and Others Seriously Hurt. A Band Formed In Alabama ture Moonshiners. to Cap- Marony and McDonald Discharged In Default of Identification St. Louis, June 17. Additional ad vices about the disaster in Kansas from wind and rain storms are that Union town, about fifteen miles west of Fort Scott on the Wichita & Western rail road, was swept away and that two women- and four children were drowned. Uniontown, which is a place of about 600 inhabitants, is in the midst of a thickly settled country, and it is feared that the loss of life is even heavier than reported. As the wires are down for fifteen miles on either side nothing definite can be learned. The storm struck the western part of Bar bour county late at night, coming from the west where it had played great havoc.- At Augusta it assumed the form of a cloud bust, and though ev erything possible has been d...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 20 June 1889

THE WEEKLY NEWS K7BLMU0 BT TH1 NEWS J. F. COMPANY, O'COHKOB. Editor. H. D. HAJmoan. Buainee Manager. 100 So b6 8 VB SCRIP TIOS S A TKS: ' t ja rear, payable In adraooe 81a montoi " ' Three taoorha" " If not paid ta advance t.o per year. DAILT BDIT10W. One year.. 16 00 Oneaaonta 60 otered at the poatoffloe at En porta, Kan- as, u aeoond-claa matter. THURSDAY. JUNE 20. 1889. Mors binders are being sold in Kan sas this year than ever before. A man named Faucet is finding life In Kansas intensely disagreeable. Wherever be goes they suspect him of twiner rum fiend in disguise. Teksb were no reservoirs back of them but the multitude of damns that have ' broken loose since the firing off of those speeches by General Kelly and Gener al Bosser, is something frightful. Thb thing that puzzles the adminis tration- more than all others is to find man to fill the vacant place on the Cherokee commission. Increase tbu pay and the problem will be instantly solved. Thb common fate of the masher had a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 20 June 1889

GLADSTONE ! An Attempt to Take the Old States, man's Life. Over a Half Million Dollars Worth of Pinea Destroyed. More Mewi of Interest From the Johnstown Disaster. Presents a Bad Spectacle Other Notes From the Wire- London, June 13. Mr. Gladstone met with an adventure to-day while parsing through the town of Wade Bridge in Cornwall. A missile believed to have been a live cartridge, was thrown at his carriage. He was not hit nor was be much disturbed, but the police think it was an attempt upon his life and are looking for the man who threw the missile. RwMplu tke Veresta. Surtkhiob, Wis., June 13. A ter rible fire is sweewing the forrests south and west of here, and unless the weather changes soon, the loss will be enormous. Already over half a mil Hon dollars worth of pine have been destroyed. The districts tributary to theNemadjl and St. Louis rivers in Wisconsin and Minnesota are suffering terribly. The smoke from the burn ing districts is obscuring the sun and rendering difficul...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 20 June 1889

GREATEST TJNIjO. During the Month of Jilne.j S. STRAUSS. H. SCHLESINGER. Oause--OYBRLOADING. Gonseqiienee--IINIjO A.DINQ- We are overloaded with poods all over the house. What shall we do with them? Carry them over until the next season? Oh no, not much! We are not that kind of merchants. We would rather suffer a loss now, to get rid of thesurnlus and get the money put of the goods, and at the same time give our patrons an opportunity to supply themselves with DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, CARPETS, MILLINERY, etc., during this sale, at prices even lower than they were before the i tw. This great sale begins MONDAY, JUNE 3, IN THE MOENING, AT 10 A. Iff., AND CONTINUES UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. The price on every article has been cut down to such an alarming extent MAL.H. To publish prices on all goods in such a vast establishment, with so that we are sure of a great and continued rush, and therefore have provided an additional force of experienced clerks. MO GOODS CHARGED many departments, is imp...

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. — 27 June 1889

ntaHmtorlcil Sodety ESTABL ISHEO EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1889. VOIi.32. NO. 26. 1 1)07 f: v V XT' TODAYS DOINGS S'ow But Sure Work Bein? Dons tha Cronin Cas. in An Old Man Burns up $30,000 to Spit His Wfe. Arrr.y Worm and Insects Destroying Crops in Illinois. Bob Younger, the Consumptive Out law, to b Released. Mrs. Hayes' Condition Unfavorable Telegraph Topics. Chicago, June 24. Late last night Chief Hubbard admitted the arrest of the supposed Cooney at Frankfort. Clinton county, Indiana, and said that from the telegrams he had received he believed the right man was in custody. "1 first heard of the man on Saturday," said the chief, "and 1 at once wired for his arrest. I sent a photograph and a complete description by the first train, and yesterday afternoon 1 received a . dispatch saying that the picture re sembled the man and that the other descriptions were perfect." When told of the information received from Frankfort to the effect that the identi fication was not p...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 27 June 1889

THE WEEKLY NEWS FTBUSHED BY THB NEWS COMPANY, J. T. , O'Coskob, II. T). Hahmoid, Uusinees Manager. Bdltor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: O ie rear, payable in advance ! Thrwiaouthi- " . It not paid In advance B1.50 per year. KA1I.V KUITIOM. WOO On A mnnih . ... CO Entered at tho postoflloe at Emporia, Kan- as, aa second-class matter. THURSDAY, JUNE 27. 1889. What is the use of our schools and colleges when a Kansas editor knows no more that to write it. "chintz" in stead of chinch bugs. The Trans-Missouri Passenger asso ciation has at last agreed to allow those attending the G. A. It. encamp ment at Milwaukee a half-fare rate. Du. Munhall must have a persua sive tongue. All the Atchison papers agree that he converted nine lloman Catholics and sixteen Episcopalians during the revival there. An ocean cable is soon to be laid from Ban Francisco to the Sandwich Islands. This is the beginning of work on a plan to connect the United States directly with Asia and the Japan Islands. Tub Atchison Glob...

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. — 27 June 1889

MORE TROUBLE, Dissatisfied Workmen at Johnstown on a Strik. Overbearing Bosses and Short tions the Cause. Ra- Officer Collins Goes to Canada and Identifies Burke. Indiana Wheat Beintr Destroyed by "Green Midff8$." Prohibition Doomed In the State of Rhode Island Johnstown, June 20. The strike among the laboring men here is fairly on, and this morning there not 1,000 all told at work. Those employed by McKnight, the Pittsburg contractor, are idle and the dissatisfaction and discord is spreading to the other work men. Overbearing bosses and short rations for which the men are made to pay liberally are the grievances. The 'military are on active duty this morn ing and a local company of the Fifth regiment has been ordered out, and while everything appears quiet on the surface there is a fear that an under current of discord will breakout at any time, and that a riot will follow. A largely attended meeting of the strik ers was held in the open square this morning, and their grievances we...

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. — 27 June 1889

fo) re n n r r "i - rvv n ys rz r7 n n n In order to reduce stock and raise money, before taking stock July ist, at which date the firm of COOK & HOPKINS BROS, will oe dissolved by MUTUAL CONSENT, we have put the knife in and have cut prices regardless of cost, as these goods must go in the next ten days. This sale begins Wednesday, June 1 9th, and continuing' until July 1st f f I. Ml 1 I 1 . t ' " . . ... - below we give you selves before the assortment is broken: White Graqite Tea Cape and Saucer do Coffee Cups and Saucers, do Breakfast Plates do Tea Plates do - lie Plates do Wash Howl and Pitcher 102-Mece Decorated IMnner sets, reduced t iu-i'tece uecoraieu uinner sets, reaucea irons ei.tsj 10... . U3-Piece Decorated Dinner sets, blue, reduced from $14.00 to ll U-Piece Decorated Dinner sets, reduced from $13.00 to... . . 6i -Piece Decorated Tea sets, reduced from $4.00 to One only Gold Band China Tea set (47 pieces) reduced from $22.60 une oniy w nice unina xea set oa pieces)...

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 July 1889

if I. STABLIVHCD 1667. EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JTJIiY 4, 1889. VOL. 32. NO. 27. -H ; ' V A' CHILDS REPORT. Rer. Dr. Child' Report on the Hampton Indian School. Charge or Ill-Treatment Sus tained by the Investigation. Arrangements Being Made in the Snlliraii-Kilraiu Fight. A Terrible Cloud Burst Las Cruces, N. M. Near Washington, V. C, July 1. The Rev. Dr. Childs of this city who was requested to examine certain charges made concerning the ill treatment of .' Indian boys at Hampton school, makes the following statement In reply to a letter of General Armstrong, and to criticisms from other sources: The letter of General Armstrong with the additions to it now going over the country calls for a statement of facts: 1st. I am not responsible for bring ing the condition of affairs at Hampton school before the public. This was done by General Armstrong's friends, General JJ. W. Whittlesey, secretary of the board of Indian commissioners, and Mr. A. K. Smiley. 2nd. The charges against the...

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 July 1889

THE WK K K TiY NP1. WR A Fw P8" "re getting hysterical " w v ntrg,- ft,- ..ti, ,. i i w uig uu auUUk 1 CDUU1UUAJVU There is no occasion for it. No one riBMKHED BV th I so far as we know in akf nr for ft. Rut NEWS COMPANYoKK'rereaskedfor.that ! n "awn J. r. O'Coxnor. ii. n. iiahmohd, I whj gentlemen should tear their linen natter. Uuaiiie Manager. I aVwMif It- Tf M,it ,.- t..i. 1 r m 155 MtrRKfuifrtnv uA-rtrs- I onfccuieiika suuut iu popularity oi u j year, paabie in advance li oo I prohibition in the state, they ought xifree0mub." a& I ther to welcome another vote on the if not paid in advance ai.ao per year. 4 question, and thereby have their views "-T tio. I endorsed by a popular verdict. JJG JTMir . .. ........................ Wv w I aiBBBBBBaBBBBBBHBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBM One month SO I . r .. Entered at the pootofltoe at Kmnorla. Kan- auwwa vuai lie "was now aa. as acooud-c-iau matter. I Inated for governor and that alone." but he also recognizes the fact that his party has a righ...

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. — 4 July 1889

7 GENERAL NEWS. Another Sensational Case Kidnapping at Chicago. of Ed. Heed, the Notorious Outlaw, Captured at Ft. Smith, Ark. Twelve Bodies Recovered From a Terrible "Wreck. StiSIS F&OM THE TELEGRAPH. A Permanent Organization Will Not Combine. Chicago, June 27. The Hayes pub lic school was the scene of a sensation al cane of kidnapping: yesterday af terternoon. llattie, the twelva year old daughter of John and Celia Thatcher, was stolen by her own mother. The Thatchers were manied in Chicago thirteen years ago. Three years afu-r the marriage Mr. Thatcher trained a suit for divorce, and the court swarded him the custody of the child, llattie, lieins; two years of age. Mr. Thatcher gave the little girl into his grandmother's care. At the close of the public school term one year ago Mrs. Thatcher, who had made many efforts - to obtain possession of the child, endeavored to abduct her from the school yard. The attempt was unsuccessful, as the child was afraid of her mother and refu...

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 July 1889

THE WEEKLY NEWS FCBLIBHBD r THI TTSfirci nMf n A "VT"V XU vV O WVA. L JLXt A J. F. O'Coswo-, H. O. Hammond, Editor. Business Manager. V - SUBSCRIPTION RA TBS: U i payable in advance. " ? (la month - " Three months- If not paid in sdvaiioe SI .SO per rear. DAILY EDITION. Oujtar W One mouth w Entered at the poatoffioe at Emporia, Kao- as, a eroond-class matter. THURSDAY. JULY 4. 1889. President Woocset. of Yale Col lege, died Sunday at the age of 88. "a""ssa-a-a-a-aws--assm-a-a-MPsssssississsy Another batch of consuls named yesterday, but nothing for Kansas. As Indiana got nothing, our bile is not disturbed. Interest In the Chautauqua at "Topeka" is riving place to the grow ng excitement over the approaching match near New Orleans on the 8th. Ik the Kansas City Times wants to bring about re-submission in Kansas, let it take our advice and denounce it. Whatever the Times opposes the peo ple of Kansas want. A report comes from the east coast of Africa that Stanley the explorer has under...

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. — 11 July 1889

f! iif lit :i -jJIJljlllll f. H i! J II As 1 distft nr ) ESTABLIftHED I8A7. SOLLIYAN WIHS. A Dispatch at 4 o'clock Con firm the Newx. The Big Fellow Got Dead Sure. There The Boston Boy Again Wins the Championship. The Men Step Into the Battle Ring at 9:30- Sullivan Won the Fight in the Seventy-Second Ronnd. Kilrafrr Shows His Pluck and Staying tonalities. Sullivan is Still the Champion of the World. Washington, July 8. A message has been received from Cincinnati, which if working direct with the prize ring, saying that Sullivan won in the seventy-second round. The light end ed at 1:10 p. m. LATEST. St. Louis, July 8. The-rost Dis patch has a special from New Orleans direct which Hays the latest news there is that Sullivan won In the seventy second round. Report not yet con firmed Cincinnati. July 8. There was a direct wire between Cincinnati and the battle ground in Mississippi. ..The Western Union made no arrangements for a special wire as stated this morn ing, owing to the lack of...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 11 July 1889

THE WEEKLY NEWS 1 " m PCBL.IHHED BY THK NEWS COMPANY, j. r. edge tbe corn in that particular case, but no other , O'CORKOR, Editor. II. 1. Hammond. Husine Manager. subscription ra tbs: O j year, payable In advance f Wl months " " J Three months" " If not paid In advance al.SO per year. DAILY KD1TION. One year 00 One month. - 60 Entered at tbe nostoflloe at Empotia, Kan- aa, as second-class matter. THURSDAY. JULY 11, 1889. Thb "Glorious Fourth" with its fire crackers and colic is gone, that is, the crackers are gone, but the colic, alas, appears to have a string tied to it. Sam Jones displayed his usual mod esty when he said 'The Lord, made me and then lost the pattern." If only he had lost tbe pattern before making him. Fizz, sizz, boom!! That is how young America celebrated yesterday. Today, he is encased in splints and bandages, and tucked away in his lit tle bed, mother. Tub Kentucky horse Proctor Knott threw dust in the eyes of Spokane Thursday from start to finish. No mountain ...

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