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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 9 November 1882

I The Emporia News. TIIUI18DAY. NOVEMBKtl 0. 1SS2. Money to I.o&a vve liv money lo hma at extremely 1 w-nt-. ' E.H11.UH Loas & Tucst Co, Sixth avmup, went First National Bank, Einporia, Kan-i. Stbitku. lu June lisi, from Em poria, a three jt-ar t!l ne-ifer, iou color, crumple J horn, brund-.-d I M." on left nip. LlDe-ial rtwirJ lor lut.-nnsti leuditig to rcciVfrjr. A. S. Tamv, 143 Exx-bange stri-it, Kuiiioria, Ku. FohSalk 'ltin:c liuu :rci and l.rty Ave young icratint ) sheep, thri ft and four year old ; 300 h';;U gru'led lamb. Inquire at tli Sixth vtw, meat mar ket. ' The uodisi!ud Laving purchased tho iuti re.t of A 9. Tnnily In tlie Blue From meat varke-t, and L j l y kirict aiiMitinn to iuv waul f i.ur ctt-tuiu r to merit a share of ilt va'.rune the public. A full liuo uf f.tuli ar.d tlt rnenU, Uanic anI pouWy will nlw.-i)s bo fouod at Our sll- atlliu l.f wel .ri.a-s. Cook, Uavs & Co. Medicated autl rUtum iti- ua'iiiel, 30, 45 and 53c, at Htwyer's nm: cheap elsewhere...

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 November 1882

The Emporia News. THUKSDAY. NOVEMBER 0, 1883 Mlaa Ollle Hume, of Indiana, arrirtd IlfM fT1 k . . t . . ... . w "uj aiternoon, ana will spena inte th her aimer, Mnr.J.T. Barton . Accnnurr. YVm. Born met witlm te- 1M .....I.4..... I . O-. 1 . . . meat knife fall on bis foot. Dr. True- worthy dreaced the wound. Re?. L.C. Ebey requests ua to say that he will return to Emporia about the first of January, when he will be glad to receive the unpaid ubacriptiona to the Free Methodist church at this place. Three Indiana, decked out in regular warrior atyle, paased through the city laat night in charge of United Btateaaol diera, en route for Leavenworth. One is charged with murder and the other two apiea. The Miaaouri Pacific railroad com pany has entered Into a contract with the waterworks company here, which contract hold good for five years, to furniah water for the stock yards, en gines, etc. Rev. R. L. Lou returned Wednesday, Nov. 1st, from Wichita, where he went a few daya ago to perfor...

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 November 1882

aw i" 4 ESTABLISHED IN 1857. EMPORIA, KANSAS, -THUESDAY, NOVEMBER 1G. 1882. VOL. 25 NO. 4G. ! -:. id . m ." J 0 $ wr nn A a i i W 11 1 1 1.1 I I I I II II II We gueaa Lyoo ia pretty hear tbe ban. ncr county with her 890 majority for Sl John, But vv hail n.i idea before the election bow little it wuultl take tt be ft "bittiDer." If John Martin, of Topeka, baan't kicked biuiaelf all over Hi at city by thin time, a bik-.11 omimitUe ought Hi be app'jio.ie.1 i il tuu subject Justice Leavenworth Times. We do not bellee Hint John Martin aoult have mailt; balf aa xi racu aa Qlick did. Martin woul I b.ivu h.-ul to straddle tbe fane.-, while Glick junivd right over. Tbe people like men of Ue. cided pronounced view wbo are not afraid to elate Ihem. (Jouimmi wealth. That'a Jual about tbe wny we "loot it up" Mr. Commnwialib. Tie sacrifice of a It-publican scat In congreaa to tbe Third Wiciiisin irict U directly duu to Um ninlbli o'--slancy of Ilazelton in relu-liiK the pro. poaition of Kcyca and...

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 November 1882

The Emporia News. ruBLisuEn Eveav thcksoat at EMPORiA. LYCN COUNTY, KANSAS. BY THE NEWS COMPANY, Jacob fctoTLin. Mix. Ccrrt. BAI P. M AcLSMXAM. Terms $1.00 par Year, ia Ado, All timo not paid for In advance U at the rata of per year. . Kotcrod at the po tonic at JSmporia a, eeond-claM matter. THURSDAY. NOVEMBEK 10,1882. The "iiiikpentleut votei" ia gtltiug rery numerous all over the country. Well, that' nil right. lie is the saving clause la oar political struggles, and when right is the power - that preserves the equilibrium of the country. Edward Lytton ISulwir once declared that an Ernrlikbman was proud of his country, not because of its public build. ings, its laws. Us public men and its writers. "He is rain of his country for an excellent reason it produced him The shipment ot Chicago beef to New York has had the effect of reducing the price ol good meat ia the markets 4 and 0 cents on the pound, and dealers are coming around to rejoice in the in novation, and their trade is be...

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. — 16 November 1882

The Emporia News. TIIUUMDA.Y. NOVEMBER. 10, 1SS2 Large slock of gnlpure and Spanish lace, also luce collars and nchiia, 23cts lo f 7. put received at the Fir. Stratkd Small black pony ami very small bsy coll. Pony branded W on left hip. LilHral reward for ny in formation left at llcnnlng Bro's restaur ant, Emporia, Ktni-as. Uorso for sale. Inquire of Dr.. Hib- ben, or It Lakin, at Opera IIous gro eery. ' Hon rt to Loan At 7 per ct.nl and a reasonable comrainioo, with llie ptlvl- luge of paying off tlic whole or a part or the amount borrowed at any lime br lore malurity. Such privilege Inserted la the mortgage. II. Llewelyn JoKKS, ' ' JS ' Open House. 3 rxwahd. Blrayitl, from the bend of Dow creek, Lyoa county, Kactct, about the 15th of May, one tbree-year-old Alley, sorrel, with llgbt mane and tall, a small white lUr la forehead, a cord around Deck with n ring on it. Also one yearling Alley, dark brown, with some whitu hairs nixed, white trip in face nnd spot on side of note. The ab...

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. — 16 November 1882

The Emporia News. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 16, 1882. HOCSB W1BMINO, Mr. and.Mrs. O. V. Cleaver Kat.rtalu a lrge Compaay or mead at Their ew Residence. Wednesday u tbe lime fixed upon by Mr. and Mr. Oias. W. Cleaver for formal reci-pllon of their tanay friend at their new residence ou upper State tree I, into which they lately xnoTcd. The friend gathered there to the sum ber of about seventy, and a royal good time was me reau.t. There was any amount of fun and enjoyment, good eat ing and dancing, aud the friend were moat highly pleased with the manner in which they were eolcrtaincit by Mr. and M r. Cleaver. Borne of their friend among the bust nt men had made the discovery that the party wa given on an Important an niversary, that of their wooden wedding, and thought they hal prepared a valua ble present for the occasston, which would have been a complete surprise to Mr. and Mrs. Cleaver. The following note will explain, itself: Emporia, Nov. 8, 9 p. ni DXaii Sib and Madam: We regret to an...

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. — 23 November 1882

fly Ji 1 r i ESTABLISHED IN 1857. EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23. 1882. mmm V aj . A. J .a.- . -- V r J - 1 Hi v '!, V The governor's TonkgiTiog proclaw matum brief. Perhaps be fcU b Liisa't much to bm thankful fur. ivwtftii KansaD: Tne creamery building U now fully enclosed, the engine boiler U on the ground, and everything 1 being pushed tu rapid completion. Mr. Charles T. birauuo, (be Republi can candidate fir slate superintendent of public luklructlon in Ilinois, Las been beaten by his Democratic opponent. lUab.by over 4 000 majority. The lb-pub! leans of tbo country at largo will be glad to know that tbe pi trioland statesman, senator Windom. of Minnesota, has carried enough members of the legislature of that state to insure his rc-eltction to tbe st natr. The surviving mrinU-rs of John Mor gan's command, who at one time came very near making Cincinnati m cod fed erate city, have formed a permanent or ganization at ix'Zington, Ky., and pro pose to hold a grand confedera...

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 November 1882

- T j Tlie Emporia News. An PUBLISHED EVEB.T THUK9DAY AT EMPORIA. LYON COUNTY, KANSAS. BY THE NEWS COMPANY, Jacob iTOTLin. Ax. Bern. FbjlMK P. HicLliirM. . TtmuUO per Year, la Advance. All tltno r olid for in advance to at tbe ' rate of ft lr year. Entered at the postofnee aeond-elat matter. at Emporia a THURSDAY. NOVEMBEK 23, 1882. THANKSGIVING PROCLAMATION Exi i-tivi UeraaTMKKT, ToraSA, ttovember IS, 1BM.I T Ibfi I'rotdn of Ksnftu: tiojJ health, a bountiful harvest, tbe en joyment of peace, an. I an unp.-ecedented Jo t.f iinmueniv in all our materia! in- uret. give us great reaton a a people to rejoice and be tbaukii'l to Uod, the giver ot all aood. Tun.inr I Jnhn I. ht. John, governor, do hereby recommend and request that Hi people, luyinir aside all secular caret, olmcrvc 1hnr..l.iv. me ijth inatant. a a day ol ibauknaivlnir to 11 im in who-e bands rest in ii. Linv of our state. Tliat we earnestly ninli,rn a rontmuuiire of lii kind favor; that love of ueaae. sourictr. morality. ...

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 November 1882

The Emporia News. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 23. 1883 CARPET BKMNANTH Hew U the Tim to Oct a Bargains ia Carpets (or Smaller Hodms D. ThouH A Co.' the Place. arc uiiw closing out our carpet remnants -which vary In lcogth lrora three to twenty-two yards, and consist of all grades in Brussels, tapestries tad Ingrains. Now is the great opportunity to secure bargains in carpets tor smaller rooms, hallways and offices. Cull early la-fore the best plecta are taken. D. Tuomas & Co. Fob Bale My homo ouc-half nil'e south of Reading, Lyon county, Kansas, consisting of six acres of land, with 200 bearing frail trees, 100 bearing grape Tines, a rood house that cot (900, a good well of watt r at the door, cellar, Stable, etc.; aUo my drug tV-re and stock of drug; ot-t n:e 1,800; ull of which I will st 11 at a gr:ul sacrifice to pty up fines and cutis for selling intox icating liquors for ined'clnal purposes in violation of the piohibitory law; or I will trade for properly outbide of the state, in pa...

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 November 1882

The Emporia News. THURSDAY.. NOVEMBER 23. 1833 1'robnta JuJe Ivtllos Th-.irsday con- nruud Judge liu k administrator with will atiiiched, of the es'.nie iT Martha Bund rim. - Judge issued marriage licenses in follows last Thursday: 1Wrn. M. Hail aw! Minoi-j Gorham; John F. Misy and Flora M. Gorham, a'l of this place. Mrs. C. 1J. Chapman, mother oi Mr A. G'ilk-tt, and her cousin, Mrs. Came Crane, of Madison, Wis , cam in last Friday on the ennnnn ball, ana are vtfiiir at Hi'- rvaidcDce ot Mr. Gillett. Boa Wheldon, Will aad Cnl Severy, Harry Ilibben, Bob Torrington and J. It. W nlkup, rtlurnod troin their geese aid duck huiit out west Thursday after noon. Thtir lut k was phenominal and their pleasure without bound. They brought liotnc 4:J geee and 12 ducks. A JJenint. In retlv to J. It. Walkup'n recent charges, I wish to ay that 1 have not now, and never have had auy insurance policy on the lifo of my futher in-law, . Mr. A. Jones, any statement to the con trary notwiiiisundinj;. G. C...

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 November 1882

a.- 'J-W'S'. ""3 ' if i ESTABLISHED IN 1857. EMPORIA, KANSAS; THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1882. VOL.. 25 NO. 48. 1 1 i it, i0 It 1 noticed that the southern Demo cratic paper do not call him "Beast BuUer" any lnoger. nor Uo they allude to tbe spoon episode la Benjamin's lils-tory. Inter Ocean: Senator Plumb ia a useful man in congress, particularly for the Interests ot the western state, and we are gUd to know there is no doubt or his return. , Abojt $10,000,000 of Ujo $18,000,000 appropriated by congress at lis last ses sion for river and harbor purposes has been nsed. We believe it would be a wise and just thing to do for the Repub licans, as eoo an congress meets, to bounce oo to that other $8,000,000 and have it revert to the treasury. They conld not do a thing tin- people would more heartily endorse. Hon. George 11. Lorin, coiituilsHionrr of sericulture, has aiiliiuillrd his unuu al report to Hie prraidt-ni. ' The ewtis tical division esllmuU-a the following a the yield oT 1883. BCa...

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 November 1882

The Emporia News. PVBLISUBO EVEltT TitURSOAY AT lMPORIA. LYON COUNTY, KANSAS. 22.1 BY THE NEWS COMPANY, Jacob totlkb. aiix. Inn. Fa ARK If. M AcLAHaAK. Tarawa ft BO per Year, la Advance. ' All timo nut uaid fur la a-Jv&nea i at the rate of 1 per year. Bolerod at the uostoOlee at Emixirit ' ncoad-claas natter. THURSDAY. JfOVEMBEK SO. IfJti. The salvation army business is to be "winking out" ia EtmUnd. taid Canoed meals ran now bo sent by mall Vvidt-ntiv Mr. llowe don't own any express company mock. The aiory that Senator David Davis ia llctiv tti-nict! from BloomlDRton, III , bis h.ime. Gen. Beauregard, whom Mri. Vand r t.ltt la In tnairv ia Ihe kiutr of the lot terv busine in New Orleans. There wins to lie a per.eraV uYu.u'id for a more practical and 1 sa crowded n.l artiflilaravstem of-cducuion in-onr public schools. The editorials cf Thurlow Weed, next to Greeley, the gnat editor of bis day and generation, rarely exceeded column In length. half There are Just any number r.t ma...

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 November 1882

The Emporia" New THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 30. 182 Foil 8alk My home one-half milo itoatUof Reading, Lyon cnniv, Kansas, consisting of six acres ut land, with 200 beating fruit tree, 100 b arlng grajie vines, a good bouse Uttt cot S00, a good well of wattr at the door, cellar, aUblo, etc.; alto my. drug t"re aud Utk of drugs; ottt tne l,300; ull f Which. I will kcll at a gn at sacrifice to py up Hue i.d ci tor auiling ititwx icutiog liquor lor innl'tinal pur pox in violation of the prohibitory law; or I will trade for iP'j.eiiy oul.lilc of lh utif, iu rL VV. 1!. I,tiiai Siwyera me tioain ti.c i.m tiiia nuiMus i:f tlii ir quits' lum. - i t g'Mi end HVr tb ! '.!.. w.n.r !j ;r. ..'ui 4 uii.ii rshlrii. gy V : -il j r. '. 5l)c, DOW S-V- ; iJH mi:i" f.fl tin buck R'.ovec, old price i". 30. 21 Ml; !S ;;s.ira Csutou flaunt I i'ruvir-, tl jirn i- .'!c. now 25c ; aHut 2t0 i'tiity hKluiib, 40; t tl 00, to bo clos d i:u'. :it 2d : to 0U:; U00 pain extra htay Ijim;i i.ux- 1 coi ton o( kit, old price 20...

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 November 1882

The Emporia News. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 80, 1883 HAPPY HEARTS. A.. H. Blal has purchased the elizi- . tle lota opposite Dr. Moore's, on Union I treet, and will erect a handsome resi dence thereon. There will be an entertainment at Fairview school house, on 142 creek, on December 8th. There will be literary exercises and an oyster supper. A. good time is expected. J. M. Perkins has just completed the delivery of his fall orders of Miami nursery stock, aggregating in value about $0,000, and reports the people well satisfied with the way in which their orders were filled. Mew FIrta. ' Mr. A. E. Frost, lately of Columbus, Ohio, has purchased the interest of G. Barcalow in the meat business. The firm will hereafter be known as V small A Frost. We are pleased to welcome Mr. Frost to Emporia. A party of Emporia sportsmen paid an enraged farmer $150 apiece for a flock of Reese which they had slaught ered under the impression that they were wild ones. The eld man was wild enough, however, to ma...

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. — 7 December 1882

tt ';' In ' fit rsM If' J IBS ICW 1 t aV 41 ' In I - ESTABLISHED IN 1857. EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7. 1882. VOL. 25 NO . 49. It appears that Tburlow Weed was not buried with Masonic honors. Ben a tor Beck ta in tavor of dispensing- with the holiday coogrcaaiooal re cess. What la u become of the tired statesman ? Can any one tell why it waa the Dem ocrats did not Inaugurate a single one of the maoy rtf riu lliey now promise, while they had it in their power to do Or Tuey liari control of the National house ol representatives from 1873 to 1&30, aid where is Iheir record of "re form ? - Laramie Boomerang; Wo have read many of our ex'.-hang't-s for a year with out knowing definitely which were Deui ocratie and which Republican, but late ly we have ascertain! at n glance. Taac with two p-tKt-s of rtieerlul Kul Iry in each Issue are Democratic, and those with long editorials beaded, "Wbitber are w Drifting?" are Kpubli can. Attorney Ueueral Brewster staled Tueadsy that be b...

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. — 7 December 1882

The Emporia News. FTJBU8HID KTEBT THDH3DAT AT cnrUKIA. LYON COUNTY. KANSAS. BY THE NEWS COMPANY, rfAOOa&TOTXML ALU. BUTTS. Jkamk P. afAcLSHi as. Tfl $1M9 pmt Itu, la UniN. All Urns mat paid for U advsaos la at the rate of n per year. at ttM poataAee at Ka porta aa ad-ejata matter. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 7, 1883. Notwithstanding the election of Ghck quite a number of Kansas towna Are preparing to construct water works io the spring. A man was arretted In Atchison the other dT for selling Bibles without a license. He should be only too thank ful that be wasn't lynched. Coulter, of the Capital, who has evi dently riven the matter some attention, says that fifteen pounds Is the average weight f Kansas babies this season. It teems very fortunate for the inter eats of science that Venus postponed her transit until after the season for Sunday school picnics and county fairs. It Is said that the late Lewis D. Camp bell, of Ohio, left in manuscript a true account of the once famous Burlingam...

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. — 7 December 1882

1 I r IK , The Emporia News. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1882. Mustache cup and saucer no cheap German truck, but ffrnuine English ware, at I. D. Fox & Co's. A beautiful line of a ilk liariJke'cLk-ra, Ui-ck-lita, acarfa, etc., al the 09 cnl store. van mint! yj cent store ana 'take a look a l their tine dressing caws with Cfclluloii com be, mirror and brush, Tlx-y arc dMivu-ei and so t-henp. Auotlitr lot of pxture tramta received t Fox fc (Jo's. Otir cpeia ghiFs will l hrrc in hw iltyn. lookout lor a rut in prices at tlte 'Jb t eat st're. We will sell you an oil painting, 24 by SO inches, for $3, al Fox & Co'. '1'alilc lilKii, Hue limn towils, criutb, ludite, MiaM'S and children's liie, hoods, tiubiaa, scat U, etc., arc Helling very cheitp at the tfJct. store. Have you noticed thie beautifully paiuled wagons at I. D. Fox & Co'. Picture franus, all ix--s and styles can be bought lite i b a-i at the itO t. ai ore. Tlie best waj-nn lu tlie city, all bard wimhi, tui $1. al 1. I). F...

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. — 7 December 1882

riv Emporia News.' rNION THAKGIVIXQ 8EBVICES THE CUABITI BALL. Tkn THURSDAY. DECEMBER 7. 1882. . ' ( rensoMAL, mention. Mrs." Amelia Painter aud niece, of Barclay, are visiting friends in tue city. J. F. btrntton returned ThuiaJay from trip through southwestern Missouri. Hon. G. W. Sutton andlaniily, or Hartford,, wro is the. Jty - Saturday. lira. R. E. Ward and child left Friday for Parsons, the headquarters of Mr. Ward. We arc pained to announce thai Mra. C. W. Squires ia suffering from an at tack of fuver. Mr. Mary Kurtx, of Illinois, is visit ing her brothers W. B. and J. P. Rom. in this county. J. E. Torrington, of To-peaa, spent Thanksgiving in this city with his brother Bob. - Thoa. Maltbv, oT Berlin, Prussia, ia visiting old frienda in Emporia -where ho once resided. " Mrs. Boylca, or Juuclion City, is fis itieg Mrs. Johnson at her residence on Constitution street. S. R. Taylor went to Texas Satur day, where he will be employed by the Dominion cuttle company. " ' John Russel...

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. — 14 December 1882

i. j. 'i AX, ESTABLISHED TN 1857. EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14. 1882. VOL.. 25 NO. 50. my A J CutuliiluUB for speaker of the bou iee-m to be getting almost as thick as wblio drvtsea at a circus. me mjiuoioyical idea or Venus was at all accurate we aru not aurpriactl tliat ahn should have n anifestetl suf ficient moelcaly to choose a cloudy day tor lir transit. Iberc ia t lie a luet-UDg of clerks of elites of the firm -dais be!d in Tope-ks next week, to consult in ittrd to t'liHDgft in the registry law to ties pre trotrxi for the rousldcrattonol the kt;ls- Uture. Mr. V. F. IrtllierinjjtDn, formerly I r.-priHor ot the KmporU Sentinel, is editing a poultry j turutl la Illinois. Democratic editors all oyer the country bate been devoting a good denl ofsj. teutiou to this subject since tbu recent election. The talk about whisky, birr and to bacco taxes beiug a burthen to anybody is nonsense. Consumers pay the tax and don't feel It. Abolishing the tax wouldn't make the fraction o...

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. — 14 December 1882

i. iue rmpona Aews. i PUBLISHED EVEHY TUt'UAY AT EMPORIA. LYON COUNTY. KANSAS. BY THE NEWS COMPANY. JlCOaSTOTLXB. AI.IX.1UTT. BAMB P. MstLBaaaB. I SO per Year, is Adiauo All Usui out paid for In advance tt at Ihe rate W II per year. Battered, at Uie postorace at Kiaiiuru ax cood-clus matter. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 14. 188 s The bank robbery at Kianley swmi to be iorolved in almost as much mys tery aa the assault upon Billy Patterson. The New York Times says that tb SuiU prohibition stnte committees are about as cheerful under adversity a so many undertaker. A social season of unprecedented brilliancy U reported at Yates Center, as many as three tafljr-puUinS and pop corn parties baring occurred there lur log the present month. The percentage of illiteracy is higher in South Carolina than in any state of the union. It oar memory serves us the standing Democratic majority in that state is somewhere in tbe neigh' borhood of 50.000. Tbe failure of the efforts which have been made at St. Lou...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
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