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

ANOTHER REPUBLIC. Movement to Consolidate Australian Provinces And Form a Grand Republic on That Continent. - More Trouble Between the Hat field's and McCoys. Minister Ryan Talks Abont Mexican Frolncts. Chicago, Nov. 21". Albert Boulton of Albury, Australia, is in the city. To reporter be said: "The project of consolidating tbe Australian continent into one powerful state is slowly but surely gaining ground. Within two years a definite plan for founding tbe new natiou will be forwarded to the colonial office for the indorsement of tbe crown, before long, and with out the slightest commotion in England or in Australia, the mother country will see tills great group of colonies pass into the new nation of the United States of Australia Like your c wintry Australia will be practically free from an invas ion. Iler people have" already shown a desire to be supreme in the pacific, which cannot be gratified unless her government possesses means of ruling dependencies not admitted to politic...

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 November 1889

'mmuiuxo ar tub NBTO COMPANY, J. 9. QTi-riroa,: ' ( ; if. r. Listou. : I ' - 1U ' liusloeas Manser. ... w -i Oaeyi "i7blfl Ja advance .. tl 00 BIS If dc p;d (a MrioM S1.SO per year. n - j L,J-T JKMTtOST. " Oneyskr 7........M 00 OMfflMt. M KntefesVar tbe postoflloe at Emporia, Kan sas, eeK(iii;i4 matter. , - i I i Tn lT2?0 VEilBER 28 1889. Tbkks liatirood deal of horsa sense la tab retjitsaiisalon talk, and much more )ofaqUr sort.' , That lftUaffirdoVnIa Brazil eontntatjery 'favorably with our own Ittle Karrsaa inipleasantoess. To. General BTatFort Scott; See Wcott Harrison at Kansas City. Scott can do wonders if he takes a shine to a fellow Tbbt are still telling us bow Jeff Daris was caught. That is an old chestnut. Tell us how to catch Tas cott.gr . Two successful train robberies in tv. o days is doing pretty well. Other rail roads are wondering whose turn cornea next. Noble Pre,ntis had a pleasant, gos tipy letter lo "yesterday's Atchison Champion, on the prosperity of Kansas Ins...

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. — 5 December 1889

1- . EMPORIA, KANSAS, THTJRS13AY, DECEMBER 5. 1889. r - - - - - . . ?-c mM r. i m m 6 i f:. 'X : f i - 1 5 i: TO CONGRESS; President Harrison Treats on the Tariff, the Silver Question, CHI3AMLVA5D F0REIG5 RELATIONS, !? I'Mt'oAle, Civil-Service, tilil abeldtee. Cattleman, CkwokM, - . taterest. ' , frAiinsdTOir, Dec Tlie President's nitu was. received In bottj bouses of Cod grass . yesterdsy at noon and la principally a fol low: . -r fa S-atale and tout of. Jtrpraenlatittm: ,-, Fev.traanaetiooa In tbe administration of ' govamincut are even temporarily held 'In . tbe ooaAdence of those charged with the eondact of putillo business. Kvery step taken! nnder tbe observation of an Intellf irent and watchful people. The state of tbe Union is known from day to day aod sugges- . tlons as to-needed, legislation Hod an earlier voice than that which speaks in these an- . Dual Communications of the President to Congress. Oood will aod cordiality barn character- laed onr relations and corresponden...

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. — 5 December 1889

THE WEEKLY NEWS FCBUIUID BY THI NEWS COMPANY, J. T. O'Coawoit- Kaitor. U us touts Manager. SUBSCRIPTION SATS 8: U 4 year, layable la advance II 00 Mix month " 64 Tbrva months " u If not paid In advance SI. SO per year. DAILT KOlTIOtf. One y Mir as on One moo Ih 60 Entered at the poatofHoe at Emporia, Kan las, a seooud-clas matter. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 5. 1880. "Old IIctch" caught napping!IIow that must tickle the lambs Hutch has so often fleeced. Tuk evangelical minister" of St. Louis devoted their Thanksgiving ser mons to the question of civil service reform. Silver Dollar Uland is the big fish In the puddle at the St. Louis sil ver convention. A Port Scott paper says that the local sugar works made "fair profits'' oat of this year's work. Too indefinite. 'Bret IIakti's son is mixed up with a social scandal in New York. What else are the sons of prominent men good for, as a rule. Conobehs meets Monday, and thenceforth we will have something else besides Cronin, resuomission and Injal...

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. — 5 December 1889

WASHED -AWAY. The Pontoon Bridge at Learen worth Destroyed. "Old Hatch" Gets a Squeeze In the Corn Market. An Insane Woman Drowned by a Companion. Tarious Criminals Panlshed The Fire Record. Bridge Wwlird Away. Kansas City, Nov. 29. A special to the Star fioiu Leavenworth, Kansas, ays: Tlie putnun bridge was washed way last nixht. The floating ice in the river goiiied below the bridge and was piled up for several feet. As the ice accumulated at the gorge it dammetl the upper flow of water until the current fmced the ice out when evert tlnat went with a rush. This severed the steel cable attached to tue draws ot tue boat bridw from their moorings and four hundred fret ot boats and the watclimau's boat bouse went oowu tne stiraui- The watch man with several rxeu stationed on the draw sucofded in bdiu the boats iu the bual water of a sanduar al-ut halt a miie below the bridge. This morn ing a force of men nre at work de taching the boats which will be towed back and placed in their for...

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. — 5 December 1889

TRE WEEKLY NEWS ,r " ? fCSiisited r tbi . . HEWS COMPANY. 3. T. O'COKNOH. H. r. Licol, business Manager. Editor. ;. .SUBSCRIPTION BATKS: U year, payable la advance II 00 rH months M Ibrwe months" " 86 It oot paid la advancers l.SO per year. 'OMfMT , MOO Oa aioath - 60 Entered at tbe postoflloe at Emporia, Kan sas, as seooud-claM niaitur. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 6. 1889. As Easley can't call Marsh Murdock "Berserker," hw would "Jobber wock" do? Wjb fall to notice any downward ten 4 dency in the president's tariff revision recommendations. Evcar subsidist and protectionist will pronounce it an manlike document. able and states- Kansas Uitv, Kansas is called by Gazette the metropolis of Kansas. How that will make Wichita roar! Tnj state house officers at Topeka, are unanimous in the belief that prohi bition is s good thing for other peo ple. '' Thb east gets the speaker and cleik of the house, and the west thankful for small favors gets the sergeant-at-arms. - Tlut' president seems to have ...

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. — 12 December 1889

Shift '(& nvL ! I ' 1 1 I Yii -I I I ' 1 v r F 1 , s i K8TABL' HED ieS7. From A'ohdar'a Dally. Saturday, In the district court, the cases against Tm Kinr.evan aud Frank Patch were continued, because Pugh is in tbe penitentiary and Klnuevaa non estloveutas. The probate judge is not doing mnch In tbe line of mUrimony at the pns ent, yet we are quite sure his business will be materially Improved near Cbrlstmatione. With commendable enterprise, the Knsa8 City Journal sent their papers to this city and points all along the 8anta Fe, as far went as Newton, on a special train yestermorning. Messrs. Wales. Kingman and Ilel mlck, the young men who are to go t tbe Soudan as miaaionaiit-s, will bf present at tbe Y. M. C. A. rooms on Wednesday evening next and address tbe meeting. State Superintendent of Insurance Wilder requested the opinion of the attorney general concerning section 7, chapter 112 of the law s of 1875, touch ing the publication of their annual re ports by all fire and lif...

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. — 12 December 1889

THE WEEKLY NEWS N'EWS COMPANY, J. F. O'Coasoa. H. W. LurOLD. Editor. Uutlneaa Kintfer. SUBSCRIPTION Jtjl TSS: O i year, payable In advance II 00 Bix month " " 06 TbrMnonthi" " jtf II not paid Inadrance SI. SO per year. DAII.T BDITIOK. Oaey ar M 00 One month to Entered at the postoflloa at Emporia, Kan aka, aa second-class matter. THUBSDA Y.DECEMBER 12. 1889. Carlisle will lead the democrats .In the house and will do it well .too. Aleck Butts is getting off a good many cracks on Atchison of late, to the neglect of Emporia. Thb e!er.tor played an important part in the burning of the Mononga hela hotel, another Are proof structure Abkansas City seems to have gone into the repudiation business. A poor show-down that, for the expenditure of so much wind. . A Kektl'cky corpse astonished the undertaker by raising up and asking for a drink. The ruling passion strong in death. Hutchinson Xews. There is one good thing about Gould, , he does not want to go to the senate, which he could very ea...

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. — 12 December 1889

From Th urrsdays Daily. Business men report to-day as being very quiet. Zane Adair of the Emporia Foundry is con nea to nls home by sickness. Cbas. Ilibben retained to-day to Los "V Angeles - after a month's visit in this rty. xroa. Bowers now hauls his materi als in a new wagon, drawn by a nice cay horse. rartpr: fuv.p hu. hmfe-An sti In Vt K&nnrarjk nlara In TVirwilra In twont. ' lour hours. i want 10 exchange painting and pa pering for a good milch cow and horse. Enquire of W. L. Mays, at 816 Com mercial atrert. J.-G. Strain and Mrs. Sarah Branch have been licensed to marry and will be united in the boly bonds of matri mony at the U. P. church at 7 o'clock this evening. e The German Club met at the resi dence of W. W. Scott last night. As it was the monthly meeting, the members enjoyed their usual German luncheon. A very pleasant time is re ported. The Emporia Mutual Loan and Sav ings association has loaned over $30, 000 during the paat season on Topeka real estate. That is 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. — 12 December 1889

l'HE WEEKLY NEWS NEWS COMPANY, J. T. , O'COXWOR. H. Livcou, Uuslneaa Manager. juutor. 'SUBSCRIPTION BATKS: O year, payable tn adranoe !-! BDOnthS " " 'i.irea months " If not paid la advance SI .SO per year. 1100 66 SWT KDITIOM. Oneysar. .. One month woo 60 Entered at the poetoffloo at Emporia, Kan a am, a second-class matter. THUB3DAY.DECEMBEB12, 1889. AanoimefniCBt. All new subscribers to the Weekly Haws and those desiring to renew their subscriptions will bs charged $1.50 per year. Tnis arrangement is necess ary on account of the increased ex jense of telegraphic news service and the loss attendant on furnishing so large a paper at the low price hereto fore charged. What's the matter dock rebellion? with the Mar What is the matter land's appointment? with Cy Le-r Now let us rejoice, dorses prohibition. Sam Wood en- Uneasy rests the bead that dreams of office. Cy LeUnd's for example. Judge SuiRASof Dubuque, Iowa, seems to have the pull ou Judge Brew er's place. What a godsend for t...

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. — 19 December 1889

y v.. Y . V a. .a 1 w ? J ' ESTABLISHED ' ' ' ' ' ' ' - - - ' ' 1 " " " - " ' ' : 7" - ' EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER J . 1RSQ. r from Mooday'a Dally. The H.E.&T. depot Is being treated to a new floor in tbe waiting room. Rer. Hervry came home to-day from Howard where he ha been conducting meeting. Bev. Ward came home from Hamil ton to-day where he conducted services yesterdsy.- J. W. Boy land and Minnie E. Layton of Aiines C!ty have been licensed to marry. Mrs. B. P. Williams who has been quite III for tbe past week, is able to be around again. A special car will conrey the teach ers to tbe association meeting at To peka next week. Poor Blake, evidently he Is a man of mistaken ideas, in that his blizzard aeemstobe a "warm, snnhlny spell o' weather." L. W. Moaher. who has been at his home In Baldwin very 111 during the the past month, has recovered and Is now at his post. ' . Mr. J. C-Mcaiolr of tbe Strong City Republican visited this city to day. Also Mrs. B. D. Houghton...

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. — 19 December 1889

4' :ly news NEWS COMPANY, T. O'COFWOR, Editor. n. f. LiircOLif, Uuslueae Manager. U BSC It IP TI01T B A TSS: O retr. payable la adratioo II GO HI mODliij " " Threw month" " W If not paid la advance S1.SO per year. DilLr KDITIOH. Oneyvar MM Onemuoth 60 Entered at the potofHc at Emporia, Kan . iuf a aeoond-clasa mm tier. THUBSDAY.DECEMBEK 19. 1839. What is a state board of agriculture for anyway? Johnstowk id one of the best places in America to go away from and stay forever. True financial crashes at Abilene of late have a tendency to depress tbe Burton boom, have they not? "An Amuican is never so happy" saya Bob Ingerslol "as when ho is get ting something he cant pay for." St. Jous considers the tariff "a dead issue." Ia the old man trying to get another foothold in this state? Oca usual Italian balminess of weather still prevails, tbe signal ser vice to the contrary notwithstanding. Noblk Pkentis will write for the Kansas City Star in the capacity of a traveling correspondent in Ka...

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. — 19 December 1889

r ." From Thursday'! Sally. '- : Four cars of the product of the Ecu porta canning company . are beiof hipped to Denver to-day. ;.; - Catarrh orteinatrs in scrofnlout taint. II ocm l a SarsaparllU purifi- the blood, and thu permanently cares catarrh. . They play whist in the afternoon at Emporia, in order to give the women a ' chance to attend the diffeient prajer meetings at night. Ex. Hugh IVli'liarnsof OIpe was driving Into tt ec'ty to-day. When near Seeouii avenue, the buggy came uncoupled and the horse went on with the w bet-la arid bafts. The animal waa capturtd, with no other derange. J adze Culver and Wife celebrated the 2Sth anniversary of their maniaje with appropriate festivities yesterday. The guests were Bev. Sargent and Wife. Rev. Ilarkness and wife, T. M Cbafee and wife of Neosho Rapids anJ Irof. IIill i f the Xoroial. Uncertainty may attend business ventures ana entt rrins. s, but it nevei atUniig iUt proro i-t ituiniatrtion Vr. Cull a cough. hiyrup. riiov 2i centa. ...

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 December 1889

r T . 3 THE WEEKLY NEWS NEWS COMPANY, i. 7. O'Cowwoa, Editor. H. P. Liwoota, Business Manager. UBscair riotr mats 3: W m4 year, payable In advano Mlxrooath M " Thr months M If not paid la advano SI .SO par roar. DAILY BDITIO. II GO 06 86 Onyear SO CO Ona month 60 Entered at the postofllo at Emporia, Kan aa, aa aeoond-oiaas mattor. TH.UR3DAY.DECEMBER 19, 1889. A CON'SOJJDATION. The News company has purchased the Emporia Weekly Democrat, its ma terial, subscription list, good, will and aLL As was known to many, the Dem ocrat has had a hard struggle for some time to maintain itself. , Several things conspired to cripple its influences, and drag it down. Its late management essayed the task of putting it on a paying basis if pos sible. For several months it buffetted the waves, but to no purpose. The undertaking was too much. A proposition to sell to the News company was made, and enter- ' entertained. The result of the negotia tions is that a consolidation of the two papers will take p...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
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