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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 19 September 1889

STORU AT -SEA. Atlantic City Almost Submerged by Anry "Wares. A Scene of Panic That Is Be yond Description. Three Vessels Previously. Re ported Lost at Sea. Captain Lowe of Jnnction City, Kansas, Dead. 1uilauelj'UIA, Pa., Sept. 12. The Cret news from Atlantic City was brought to Pleasant villa at 3 o'clock yesterday atternoon by Ave daring spirits, who fought their way unaided through the surging sea that covered the meadows. The party comprised a newspaper correspondent residing in Atlantic Citf and four others. They left Alantic City at 11 o'clock yester day morning and reached Pleasant ville, a distance of seven miles at 3 o'clock in the afternoon. They swam the deep cuts and crept cautionely over the swaying rails supported only by fish plates, forded the running streams, and after many miraculous escapes tbey arrived at Pieasantville drenched, bruised and exhao&ted, but happy at reaching the the main land once again. Soon after reaching Pieasantville they secured a special ...

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. — 19 September 1889

THE WEEKLY rVMJSHtD BY Till HEWS COMPANi T. CCo""", H. P. I.3KOl.K, buslue Manager. r3, in wl it Liva been elect aaator, although them, as now. BUSSCZIPTIOH RATSS: i s . -r rj-stij la advance....... SI W '- ( i ti. . " 5 A : r-o u.iiih Si If not pl ia advance 1.50 per year. DA1LV BDITIOX. Onevoar .. .'. M 00 Untuuatk 60 Entered at the poatofflee at Emporia," Kan sas, aa secoad-claaa matter. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBEB 19,1889. Tuk new paper at Lawrence, the Record, is out at last, and will, we suppose, kick up a lively row in the second district. Mexico celebrated Monday the ttventy-nintb anniversary of her inde pendence, on a scale of extraordinary magniiicence. Sjexatob Inoalls' address at the unveiling of the Grant monument at .Leavenworth was in his usual vein, scholarly, forcible and eloquent. Since John L. Sullivan expressed a desire to become a congressman, they no longer speak of him as --slugger Sullivan." It Is now "Mr. Sullivan, If you please. Caul. Sciivktz is mentioned as a pos...

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. — 26 September 1889

ri 1 k i f it CSTArLIHCD HU17. AT YICHITA. Another Cattle Man Found Dead Near Wichita. The Colored People Celebrating Their 27th Anniversary. ITIlklc Colllsn, the Novelist, Died at London To-day. Ofilrlal Ketnrns ' From French Elections. the WicniTA, 5pt. 23. George Latham leading cattle man of the state, was found dead yesterday twentT-five miles from here the body was found close to hedge fence well covered with grans, lie lelt here last Monday for home. lie was known to have considerable money and a magnificent watch, both of which are in Using. TwralrMTMlh AkatTtruir. SFRixut'iELD, 111., Sept- 23. To-day the colored people of this and neigh boring states will celebrate the twenty-seventh anniversary of the issuance of President Lincoln's emancipation proclamation. Delegations from points in Iowa, Indiana, Missouri. Kentucky and from the principal cities of Illin ois, are expected to the number of 15,000. Speeches are to be delivered by Governor Fifer, Attorney General Hunt, Sena...

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. — 26 September 1889

i'HE WEEKLY HE 7 rrsuufiBo BY TH HEWS COMPANY, J. F. O'Co-nOw. Editor. H. r. I.iwroi-w. businoe Mauaer. .$1 00 . Ho SUBSCRIPTION RA TBS: U f year, payable In adranoe t-'XBaOnlbe " Ihmo KMllh II mot p UJ in aa ranee aiww per year. DAILT KDITtOM. One year ... WOO UMBOOtk u Entered at the poatoffioe at Emporia, Kan lu, m aecoad-claa matter. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 28,1889. Pat Grant, the literary and tal ented railroad laborer, is now a writer on the Kansas City Globe. Mas. Langtsy went to Europe soma month's ago, on the plea or ill health. It now seems that the tali about ill health was something of a ruse, and was a bit of strategy to cover her desizns in procuring a divorce. She has at last succeeded, and the ru mor is that she will soon return to this couptry where her faithful Freddie awaits her. That Leavenworth speech has broazht Geo. It. Feck to the front as the man wbo will rally around him the opposition to Ingalls. Look out for I. Topeka, has added another batch of Shawnee count...

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. — 26 September 1889

A KA1ISAS ZRBGK. One 3Ian Killed and Persons Injured Fire By an Accident on the St. Louis & San Francisco. Desperate Fight Between Gam blers and Railroaders. Couer de Alene Indians Sell . 250,000 Acres of Land. Wichita, Kan., Sept. 18. The east bound St. Louis and San Francisco passenger train was derailed near Leon, Butler county, yesterday, by tb spreading of the rails. Three passen ger coucbes left the track while the train was going thirty miles an hour and rolled down a fifteen foot embank ment. - It. M. ReemLs was instantly killed, being thrown through the roof of the car. Isaae Deen of this city was fatally Injured, having hi breast crushed in by a car timber. Mr. Matzka, also of this city, was fataly crushed by the weight of a car. Mrs. John Mitchell of Ft. Smith, Arkansas, had one arm and oue leg broken. Mrs. 1J. A. Hodges of Arkansas City ; bad an aim and several libs broken, and may lit. It. L. Iatbrop of Kansas City had his right letr broken in two places and receive...

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. — 26 September 1889

THE WEEKLY NEW NEWS mUtHKD r TBI COMPANY, T. 0Oow. i tor. If. r. Li'olit. liusiness Manager. I can have no very good opinion of a I secretary of the treasury who would violate precedent by Imposing a tariff duty in order to cater to "individual i greed and monopoly." Is it not bo, governor. .100 . 35 L'XSCBir TtO V RA TKSf , t mm yamr. fr.yble la alvnce OMMtlliU " " i ,,rw mHHitht" " ... 11 not ! 1 in uvmwi. per jcm. oailv tumox. tHttywmr "WJ UMmuatk ew Entered at lb pcmtoffioe at Emporia, Kan sas, aa setJoui-cls matter. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26,1889. Kaksans have alway had a great i liking for Major Warner, and have re- carded him as one of the best men in the west, but their opinion of him will not be nearly so high if he actually re fuses to accept the commissk'nership Kansans do not .have, as a rule, very much regard for a man who will not take an office when it is offered to him. Lawrence Tribune- self, lie is a speculator, contractor, and an all round money grabber. lie built th...

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. — 3 October 1889

Kr iH i I I - i I'll ! - 1 1 I C3T' SHD I w7. EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER, 3 1889. VOJj. 32. NO. 4 O 1.fni ILifi ill i . . I A SIIASHUP. A Train Crashes Into a tnzer Coach at Pas- 2aUtlne BrMse, Sew York, Killing JIany People. Chester, cfOIatlir, Kansas Sen.; tented to Ten Yearn. CharscMMVltU Polyamj VId Curlfj" Dead. Washisotuj. Sept. 2.--(Bulletin) It I reported here that there was a col llioa this morales between two trains on th bride at Harpers Ferry. No particulars. New York, Sept.. 2S. The follow ing particulars of the railroad disaster at Pal-tins bridge late last night have ta received at tLe Grand Central depot. Theengiue of the fiist section vt train No. last night broke cylin der bead abont two miles east of Pala tine bridge and stopped. The train was composed of one baggage car three coacbe: one sleeper and the CC.C.& St. Louis and th Michigan Central privatf cars in the .order named. Tbs arcorsd section of tlie same train, com posed of one baggage car six sl...

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. — 3 October 1889

Y7E EKLYIIEW LTirrrs COMPANY, scBscxirrioj ma tks: rvr. pajabla In advanoa.. i aMwuia " " . t9 9mTihm m it hu $mi im advance mtJtO per fear, A1LV WITIO. fyr CM MKMith r.rttwj at tb ilnffl(i at Emporia, Kaa- lu, aa wwomi matter. .1 00 . . 36 M no THURSDAY. OCTOBER 3,1889. "Dont give this away." The Private re-rardad the postscript a a joke and gave the letter to the press at ct.ce. these two worthies are a godsend to the news papers during the dull season. was originally intended. What there fore must be the extent of its blessings to all others whose interests and wish- ex were not consulted when it was de- signed and framed? ' The more the G. A. It. vets think con cerning the removal ef Coporal Tan ner from the bead or trie pension du reau, the higher their indignation rises. Wichita Eagle. . And so the Tanner muddle has be- come a casus bell!, and therefore tribu tary to the rebellion. On with the re-1 bellion. - Bocxaxger keeps a stiff uprer lip, believing that bU day ia yet to c...

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. — 3 October 1889

BLAIlIE-UcCORIJICK. Emmons Elaine and Miss Uinta SlcCormlck United In Ilarriase To-day at Richfield Springs, N. 3f. Uluister Bran on His Way to Washington. Will be Sold To Secure UaTy Yard. IlicuriKLD SritiSGs, N. Y., Sept. 28. Emmons Blaine sat on the piazza of his hotel at 10 o'clock this morning contemplating the weather. lie wore a suit of mixed gray stuff, a Derby hat and a dark tie, and at noon he will wed with Miss Uinta McCormick. "It's going to be the quietest wedding you ever saw,' said the to-be groom in a chat with an Associated Tress report er. 44 We hare determined not to make any statements as to the trosseau or bridal dress, save the fact that the lat ter will be of Valenciennes lace and . white satin. home one, however,' had told more alwut the bridal attire and this was what the ladies summarized when they aaw the young bride at church. A gown whose entire front was a Val enciences lare meeting a train of white satin. The waist was of white satin and a fichu of lac...

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. — 3 October 1889

JUS WEEKLY HEW rromnu mr ram :.TE7S' COMPANY, J. T. Otfl'wii, H. Liwooc. iuvr. UunioetM inr. SUBSCRIPTION MA TSS: j t rr. payable ta advenes tl JJJ Baf pf f " av a e a e 00 if out pa k1 In advance per year. DXII.V CUITIOS. oey-, ... om lauDth ....... .... ....... l.ntrresj at th pontnfflcs at Era par la, Kan saa, a yMid-cias suiter. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 8,1889. country as ft distinguished citizen of Paris, by giving now and then, a break fast at 5 p. m. in honor of Prince Rus sell Harrison whenever he honors Eu rope with a visit, we are at once recon ciled to the loss of William Count De Boeuf. Xo one supposes for a moment that when tbe delegates now assembled at Tupeka get into dep water they will be half seas over. Tits republicans seem to have car net! the day in the Washington Terri tory elections yesterday. But that was conreded beforehand. Somebody has cornered cotton in London an4 run up the price tempor-, ariJv a la "Old Hutch " and the Globe- Dr ocrat shouts, "Trust, trust, a ...

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. — 10 October 1889

' - - --- C.v 1 K8TAPL1SHED EMPORIA,KLNSASi TKTJESDAX, OCTOBER. lO 1889. VOL. 32. NO. 40 I, .V 1 t e BISHOP VAIL DEAD. Death or Her. Bishop Thomas II. Yail, Bishop Of the Protestant Episcopal Church or Kansas. A Bloody Fuetl Between the Bromfleld-llail Families. Other Items of Interest From the Electric Current. TorcKA, Kan., Oct. 7, News ia re ceived here of the death at Philadel phia of the Right Key. Bishop Thomas II. Vail, bishop of the protestant Epis copal church of Kansas. lie has held the office of bishop since 1864. He wus 77 years old. Funeral services will be held in Philadelphia Wednes day, and in Topcka on Monday next. He will be buried here. He left Tope ka two weeks ago to attend the na tional convention of his church at New York, but was taken ill enro te. The immediate caute of his death I due to Brigbt's disease. St. Albans, W. V., Oct. 7. A blxxly family fued is now raxing iff Lincoln county, this state, between the Brumfield and Hall families. Floyd Dinsress, a s...

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. — 10 October 1889

THE WEEKLY NEW ipbuuhu by rum NEWS COMPANY, , O'Cowwob, Kditor. H. F. Liiicolx, bualnaa Mmnmgm. now promised, with headquarters prob ably at St. .Louis. The Missouri law prohibiting: trusts, has no terrors for these "private affairs" which thus go about defying it in the most ostenta tious manner. ture believe it will, the days of the chinch bug as . a crop destroyer are numbered, and next to the cuttle com bine, the . most deadly enemy of the farmer removed or rendered powerless. scMSCKirno.v rats a: U rear, pajabl ia ad too II 99 M oatha - Tar aaoatha 86 IX out paid La advance SI -SO per yer. LlAII.T BDITIOBT. Onerwar ...... M 00 Oa month v atotatd at the poatnffloe at Emporia, Kan Ma, aa aeoood-clasa matter. THURSDAY.OCTOBER 10.1889. Tub Republican corrects us this morning by saying that ex-Governor Carney is dead. IIabtbaxft says he won't accept. I That disposes of him. Kansas chances for the pension office are still fairly good, and will con- tlnue so, as long as others keep de...

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. — 10 October 1889

F0U1ID GUILTY. X Verdict or Guilty Fassed Upon General Fanlkner. Jndge Sawjer's Decision on the Sea Sealers. A Sinister Arrested for Passing Counterfeit Money. The Prohibitionists Defeated in North Dakota. Proceedings of the Topeka Deep Water Convention. Bcftalo, N. Y., Oct. 3. (Bulletin) General Faulkner has been found guilt j. Tbe jury in the case of General Les ter B. Faulkner came into the court this morning at 10:13 with a verdict of gui.ty as charged in the eighteenth count of the indictment, making a false report of tbe condition of the Danvilie National bauk in May, 1887, to whih tie aigued his name. Sentence wnl be paaaetl at 3 o'clock thU afternoon, it ! expected that an appeal will te taken. Ja4aT svaw)era Declstea. SAM FaANCifeCO, Cala., Oct. 3. Judge Sawyer tendered a decision which covers the cases of all sealers seized in Behrinjr Sea. In 1S87 the sailing schooner San Diego, owned by L. N. Hanby. was seized by tbe cutter "Rush" and ordered to Sitka. She went and nearl...

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. — 10 October 1889

i'RE WEEKLY NEW rCBlUBSB V TBI NEWS COMPANY, J. F. O'Cowoa, tailor. IT. f. I.ixrour, Business Manager. suBSCRirrms batks: tf m year, payable In advance r-ti uocu( " IbmiMatlil' If nut patd la advance I .SO per year. OA1LT IMTIOI. MOO 66 86 fHMfiar MOO UMaoatk M Raftered at th povtoffice at Emporia, Kan. eaa. aa roona-cULM maiu-r. TIIURSDAY.OCTOBElt 10,1889. Ds. Philip Kuonx will conduct the Atchison Champion for the present, t least, or until it ia disposed of. jWEra K. Toole, elected governor tS Montana last week, is a young MIs sourian of unusual ability and sagacity as a politician. Fkank Hatton, one of the most un- cntpalous spoilsmen of his day. Is now raking the ciTil service commission over the coals. PjETKKnoKocou. a tory district, has returned a Gladstonian at the bye elec tion just held. The liberal wave is still Cowing towards a flood tide. Tub woman suffragists decided at Wichita that the age of consent should be reduced from IS to 10. If men had done that there would be...

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. — 17 October 1889

. - -- - " J 1 ;.. A' J. X v - I - C EMPORIA.KANSAS, THTJRSDAY, OCTOBER, 17,1889. VOL. 32. NO. 42 1 ? e 1 ' i - n in ' - - -. - i 1 ; " A HARD TIOE. Tfcree Brothers Named Ilessler Create a Sensation. Gossiping Ovr the Trccdlnjs cf the Pan-Americans. Hcrenth Bay Session cf the Tri ennial Convention. V? ere ."sews connected uitatne ' Cronln Case. CoLrxurs, Ohio, Oct. 14. Frank Ilessler and Lis three brothers, mem bers of a family which has long been the terror of its neighborhood, entered Westcrville, the seat cf the Otterbeio university, Saturday c!?ht, got drank fend assaulted Mayor II. P. Andrus, whosa KranJc Heavier knocked down. Then the crowd defied arrest. A posse was sworn In and pursued the brothers to their borne. The drunken men cnened fire on the posse. About thirty shots were fired. Marshal J. XV. Oyler was shot in the shoulder and w ill die frm the tround. Frank Ilessler received three or four wounds. He escaped to Galena where be had his wounds dressed. They are pronoun...

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. — 17 October 1889

TEE T7EEKLY HEW muHii m.o sr TBL COMPANY, 2.T. fcditor. H. . 1 An col,, Uuaineea Wiiniew. suBscxirrios ma tks: O tm year, payable la adranoe r-isaonlia " Ihre ntxiihi If Dot p-ul la urun SI .SO per rear. ' all.v KS1TJ08U OBfr ....... UM uuatll Catered at tbe poetofllos at Em port. Kan- Ma, as eecorad-ciaaa taatter. .1100 . 6 M 00 . 60 TnURSDAY.OCTOHER 17,1889. President IIxerisox would deaily love to give the pension bureau to Gen eral KnefHer of Indianapolis, but is afraid of the row it would raise. Be sides, he has appointed ao many repub licans of that city to ofUce, that the democrats are now in a majority. electric divorce system them either. results from With what aprt of a face can Kansas republicans quarrel with the president now about patronase, when they see the dire necessity he Is under of re serving the remaining appointments at his control for his own state of In diana, which is now manifesting re bellious symptoms. The resubmission republicans at "Wichita have the cou...

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. — 17 October 1889

IG RATES. Chairman by Walker Authorized the Roek Island IUIlroad to Make a Full Investigation. American Schooner Captured by Mexican Offlclals. is. In the oginion of this poet, guilty of conduct calculated to injure the good men wno are willing to give Ineir Liooa ad their lives for the country without any record beyond the approval of their consciences, and tli&t honorable fame which is dear to every patriot, and itesolvea. That this post strongly condemns any attempt to make use of the Grand Army of the Republic for political purposes or as an engine to aid in dissipating the surplus that has been accumulated in the government treasury by unwise anl unnecessary taxation. COL. il. K. Loeseb, Commander of the Tost. (eneral Convention of the, Prot ectant Episcopal Church. Chicago, Oct.10.-A local paper says: At the meeting of the managers of the Interstate Commerce Railway associa tion yesterday the Rock Island re quested that Chairmen Walker be au thorized to make a full investi...

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. — 17 October 1889

THE WEEKLY NEW rrunn r mm NEVrS COMPANY, J. T. 0-Cow. Kaitur. H. W. LlBtcotw, Uuatneas Manager. scescMrrrrtur ma tss: 3 rsr. r-ayabla In adranee ' .-; montiia 1 hMiaimlhi" 11 00 66 36 IX oui paid la adranee SI.SO per year. oailv umoi. n.. M 00 Um anuoth 60 KumthI at tb postoffloe at Em porta, Kan- S, a seo(Hl-eia ntier. TIICRSDAY.OCTOnER 17.1889. TrirrCbickasaw squawmen are in as bard lines as the Kansas office seekers. Major 1oole is on deck to-day the pension office. He may be in oap to-morrow. for the A qiics way to make a fortune: buy Secretary Noble at Senator Mander- son'a estimate, and sell him at his own. Secretary Noble is very busy just now correcting Tanner's blunders, and j involuntarily booming Alger for the next presidential race. The Mormons are said to be a very religious people, and ordinarily truth ful. But when it comes to a question of polygamy, they can out lie Ely Per kins. - . Cleveland could have succeeded Sunset Cox in congress if be wanted to, but declined ...

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. — 24 October 1889

: KkKf ; 11 1 ! v , i i ! ! - f . r I. ESTABLISHED EMPORIA,KAXSAS THTJBSDA1T, OCTOBER, 24 1889. VOIi. 32. KO. 48 CROHIII CASE. Farther Information in llegard to the Cronin Case. Thonsauds of Head of Cattle ' Starving in Montana. A Treasurer of a Penitentiary Board Disappears. Preacher Drugged Investigat ing the Lynching. CmcAoo, 111., Oct. 21. About 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon a young Englishman from South Chicago called at the states attorney's oQce and in quired forjudge Longenecker. To the deputy sheriff ou duty the man gave his name as James li. JXamrange, a moulder. He was acconipenied by his wife who wept and attempted to dis suade him from telling what he knew. Judge Longenecker not being there, the man was not disposed to communi cate his story to a reporter. He claimed! to be in possession of informa tion that would expose the conspiracy of Dr. ("renin's death. "Are you a member of Clan-na-Gael camp 20?" asked the reporter. "So Hir. I am not a Clan-na-Gael, nor am I conne...

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. — 24 October 1889

TR Fi WFiF.lCLY TJ"RWfandwmKive blm an opportunity to U-J-i II UJUiLii Ji J1W .0nf i.in.U ti lth tfia iti man tbiisred r rum NEWS COMPANY, j. r. O'COKOIl, HUltur. II. P. I.twroi., liuslncss Mauairsr. SVItSCRIPTJOX BATES: U yfir, payable In adrapce fit month it " " '1 hrr months " II out patel La advance S 1 .SO per yer. DAILT KDITIOBJ. OMyiir ............... (Inpuiuatb Kotered at the poatofflo at Emporia, as. as second-class matter. 1100 85 MOO . w I Kan- TIIURSDAY.OCTOBER 24,1889. TriE floaters in Douglass county ought to thrive this fall. Each side is roaring about the boodle used by the other fellows. When Henry Booth and A. Campbell meet, standers by will r be seen buttoning up their over-coats, and even then shivering. A x an U not a patriot simply because he protests his love of country. Bou langer cries "vive le republic!" as often as the most honest Frenchman. Poole of New York is still in the lead for the pension office. In other words, no other New Yorker is stab bing him ...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
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