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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 26 April 1883

l' f ESTABLISHED I1ST 1857. EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 26. 1883. VOL. 26 NO. 17. It i 1 v ' ? b ( s puV tacl ! I pla r,K f; rr i . i i IK EDITORIAL MEWS NOTES. Tbc charge airainst Stiperrlalng Architect Hill are TerpTin-Dt of con tractor, riog corruption, curxupt md- toinUtrntloa of patronage, employment of unskilled employe and crooked award of contracts. Hiawatha World: lie who writes a history of GUck'a administration must make frequent trips to Nebraska la or der to get at the 'bottom fact." We are only ten miles south of the line and shall spare no pilot to secure all official document la their original form. Collectively, the ltepubhcan parly i afraid or whisky; individually, the case is dilH-'rcct -Cincinnati Enquirer. Collectively, the Democratic party la not only uot afraid of whisky, but it courts the society of its most leprous as sociates; Individually, the case is the same. . The new laws passed at the last ses sion of congress reaJjuttiDg the salaries of postmast...

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 April 1883

Tile Emporia News. PUBLISHED EVERT THURSDAY AT EMPORIA,' LYON COUNTY. KANSAS. BY THE NEWS COMPANY, J ACOB STOTLKK. - ALSX. BCTTS. - FBAKK P. IlicLUXll. Trau-91.8 per Year, la Advance. All time mot paid for la adTUM U at tbe rale of S per year. " Entered at the postofflce at Km porta a toad-el a matter. THURSOAY. APRIL 20, 1883. EDITORIAL MEWS MOTES. The city council of Minneapolis baa raised the saloon license from f 100 to fl0. Richmond, by a police census, has a population of 70,684; In .1880 it bsd 63,800. The St. Louis Globe Democrat base new bead and an entire new suit of clothes. Bird's-eye maple, which sells for $130 per 1.000 feet in England, is used for firewood in North Carolina. The eight telegraph cables between the United States and Europe are capi talized at $64,000,000. They cost about $2,000,000 each, or $30,000,000 tor all. Farmers in the United Stales hare $13105303 or capital invested in their business. This sum includes farms, implements, live stock, fertilizers,...

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 April 1883

The Emporia News. THURSDAY. APRIL s!, 1883. MoiJ to Laan on Personal Security, or on chattel mortgage. P. P. Payk, Office Id 8avinga Binlc building, down attire, Einporin, Kansas. LaJieV summer skirt and ladies', children's and misses' hosiery, at Tan ner Bros. A need's. Money Money to loan on personal property. Notes bought U. B. Bacheixer. We bare grades of flour that we sell at 91.25, $1.40 and $1 50 per sack and guanartee it. Jons Flckk. Ad tlegaat lloe of boots and shoes at Tauoer Bro. & Heed's. Darling's sale will continue until Sat urday nest, on Concord buggies and carriages. Don't miss it, as I leave here Sunday next and can not possibly be here again this year. M.J. Dabliho We wish to sir to the farmers that we have lots of boes" flour. John Fluker. at the Pennsylvania flour and feed store. Kl.o wicks Plants in endless variety at the near central greenhouse, corner of Fifth avenue and Constitution street. ItOAERT MfLMKEtt. Fluker, the flour and feed man, on Sixth avenu...

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 April 1883

I The Emporia News. THURSDAY. APRIL 20, 1883. AROUND TOWN. There are 423 students at the Normal. The Normal ia to have a handsome sew safe. Prof. Powell returned to-day to his home la the east. CoL Taylor Saturday mored into hla cosy little office ia the Masonic temple. Bodea & Halleck have put in a .fine et of Ilowe acalea at their flour and feed atore. , 7xcwt & Yarnelt bare put la a large new ice chest at their meat market on ' Sixth kTenne. Snyder ds Jonea are laying out a tine flower garden at their green house on north Commercial atreet. C. T. Dynes baa commenced to put bis goods in place ' at hit hew quarter on South Commercial street. - The grocery of John Perrler and the llvary stable of Jim Day is have been connected with the central telephone of fice. .11. Pear lea, of Si. Louis, has rented - the room at present occupied by Win. Clark and will open a variety store in a few weeks. There -are now 329 water-takers in Emporia, and new taps are being made . every day. ...

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 May 1883

1 ; fit 0'- ESTABLISHED IN 1857. EMPORIA, KAKSAS, THURSDAY, MA1T 3. 1883. VOL. 2G NO. 18. i y P n 11 11- 1 r it JIM'S KIDS. Jim was a bmu upon M bill CMrsr ih. butt lived be so bit wife, la a little bouM-jrmi kin it still An' Uictr two fair boy: noon Bf life Yon nerer seen two likelier klU. la spite o their- antics an' trick aa' noise. Tkaa Idea two uoysl Jim would go out la hit boat an tba sea - i iim ai the rtt on ns Othermea did ' And hw be came back at Bight tbereM b V to hi. ihs ia tba urr each kit, A beck'nln' and cheerio' ta Pishermaa Jim We'd hear 'am, jrou bet. above tba roar. Above Ibe waves oa the bore. I,, i. nlrlift Hm came a saillia Aad tbe little kld'a weren't oa tbe sands Jim kinder wondered ihev hadn't come. Aad a tremble took hold of bis knees and And he" arned the wont op aa tba hill In the little house, an' be bowed bis head -The fever," they said. Tu aa awfnl time for VI, barman Jim. With them darlia's a dyin' afore bis eyes Th. krni & Mil In' l,fMfiam' him....

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 May 1883

The Emporia. News, PUBLISHED KVEEY THURSDAY AT EMPORIA, LYON COUNTY.. KANSAS. 'BY THE NEWS COMPANY, Jacob Itotlx. Alsx. Bm TAMK P. M AcLMSAK. tinii HiO par Year, la Aivaaea. 11 tine not paid for U advance to at tb rata of Is per rear. Catered at the postolBea econd el aw matter. at Kmporia as THURSDAY. MAY 8, 1883. HEBE AND THKSK. A bottle of whisky wm found in wall forty years old.' Sat It frew no older Out U, the whisky did not.' Is tits generation of Pharisees dead? Missouri KcpuDUcan. - We have not been reading tie Repub lican lately and dont know. Inter Ocean: Attorney Ker has now spoken on the sur-roate cases six days. When ho finishes the fcorenunent should issue a patent on him as an improvement on wind-mills. Hereafter when yon hear any New England scientific sentimentalist talk- lac about the cruelty of the west toward the poor Indians, whisper in his ear Tewsbury." That will probably "Aloee the debate." , - Bless the Lord, somethlnc has been found at last which rets away ...

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. — 3 May 1883

The Emporia News; THURSDAY, MAT 3, 1833. Public Sale. I will offer at public auction, at my form, two miles north of Neosho Rapid, on , FaiDAT. Mat 11, 1883, at 10 o'clock a. m., the following prop erty: - - . 18 milch cows, will calves by their aide and to calve, 8 two-year old steers, . 7 one year old fleer, . 6 two-year old heifers, 6 one year old heifers, 1 good ball fire years old. , . Terms of sale: Oo all sums of $5 and under, cash ; on all turns over f 5, aix months time will be given, with 8 per cent, interest and pood bankable paper; 8 per cent off for cash. , SlXOX Gextskr. Col. II. W. Peaosall, Salesman. Faemebs ahd Stock Raisers Look to Your Istebests. I hare one of tie best sUllions in the country for. many purposes. Call at my residence north west of the State Normal school build in; and see him. For further informa tion I refer you to tbo following named persons living in and near Emporia: Henry McMillan, H. W. Hawkins, Jas. Bhaw, James O'Toole, Brlce Taylor, John 8t...

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 May 1883

i The Emporia News. THURSDAY, MAT 8. 1883. . ABOUND TOWN. - C F. Dynes hu taken Mm np-towa Agency for the Emporia ileim laundry. Joflj Bachellw hu secured $899 beck pension for Juu Htworth, of thU city. RS Weill ere mixing lmprore nenUiatitelr groccrr room on Blxth "areaae. ; PreeiaentTeylor.oflheNormel, will deliver his lecture. "The Btrauto for Lire," on the ereniog of the 9th of Hey. .:. Mrs. Howard Dam up now owns oae of tke finest family bones In town, bar Inf bought It from toe G Hear let Bros. The superintendent of the water works lnforju as that there here been 29 taps pat la since the first of the preeeat month. - , v . The rear addition to Barton's grocery is abont completed and they are begin. -alaf to more into it Altogether, makee a Tery commodious grocery . room. . ' L, O. Wilcox has partitioned off and fitted op a aeat office at his grocery store at the corner of Commercial street and Seventh avenue. The board of township trustees met Saturday at thefcourt house and 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 May 1883

-I- ESTABLISHED IN 1857. EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MAY 10.1883. VOI:26 NO. 19. !' . l h: i y if ? i 111 ...... f U1 ,1 J ! i -i I 4 ' 1 : i ; . - i PICTVkK. Down m tbc emerald aatsxlow. Aglow with unun llslit. Braeaes ero playing bide and ak Through the frutci. waring bngbt. Fragrant rupbarrut, red and lab. Haa over lb. low ww Vail, . atlvallna; lb flo era te dainty buc, . Ia breatb surpassing- Ibcm all. Th. meadow lark oa the rained gat I. braaibtnc divlneat eva. Th. woodjecker from th. neighboring grove 1. kujkiib ak orvway gong. Oa tbrons-b tb mallow warmth aad slow, fairer tbaa flewera, sweeter Uiaa song. With tisy baaket. aad head la haad. Two liulecblldrea wander along. O.. U a boy, with aunny Jiair Aad fc of earnest, tender tboncbr. Mouth Ilka tba wild rote' (mail pink bud, Aad eye Ilka th. blua forget-iae-aor. Tbe other ig a little girl. Her baby face wltn auaablae bright. So full of Joy, ao blithe, o tree, Witbeyes like star aad bair like utgbt. Tba brook growl silent wbaa...

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 May 1883

! . ! S i! i ! The Emporia News. . PUBLISH ED BTBRT THOR3DAT AT EMPORIA. LYON COUNTY, KANSAS. .BY THE NEWS COMPANY, ' Jacob Btotlxk. Alkx. Bctts. " rsAHt P. MacLmWan. Tras S1.60 par Year, la Advance. All time mat paid tor in advenes U at Uie rate of 19 par year. . , .blared, at Um postomoa at Ipptrla as MBdlaaa matter. - k -. THURSDAY. MAY 10, 1883. Hover the state. Burden la burdened with poet. Tkd kite flying boom bu reached Raa. all. , This Leavenworth Time ia the aaortal ui hereditary foe of "snide" insurance : eoBpattlea. - - 1 :n; Topska ia talkiax ot boring lor coal, kubaalruckbTJhq .npiak tea," and baeburflara. , Lawrence daniea Ilia allegation that aba baa ten caaea of mall-pox, and bolda bemlf la readiness U ivnrh the alle. Tbe Sfricultural editor of the Topeka Com moD wealth tars that winter wbeat la "crotch high" ia many of the fields of southern Kanaaa. '. , I . ; il i 1 : The police force at Atchison baa a mission, after all. Tbirt.oae dogs were .recently killed by tbe...

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 May 1883

h ! 1 V TtieJEmporia News. THURSDAY. MAT 10, 1883. Mrs. Elliott, st her dressmaking and millinery parlor on Commercial street OTcr Moore's drug store, I prepared to do all kinds of work la her lino. Wed ding and party dresses n.ado on shortest possible notice. Prices from $4 to 8. The dress making department is in charge ot an experienced arlUt from St. Louis. All work guaranteed. Fakmebs Buy your flour at Fluker's and ssts thirty cents a hundred. Strayed One red and wbito milk cow six years old, red shout the neck and shoulders, face and hind quarters mostly white, left horn rurns down to Jaw, hack teat on left side large. The finder will be rewarded by addressing Ilolnies ft Jilson, Emporia, Kansas. A penny saved is two nennies earned aadlfyou want to. tare three penults buy Fay's Manilla Building Material, old by J. B. Ricbardu Sixth avtnue. Farmeus Boy jour flour at Fluker's and save thirty ccuU a hundred. - Wa have just unloaded otie thousand sacks of . the celebrated Huffman &...

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 May 1883

i h II r 3 5 . : The Emporia News. THUR8DAY. MAY 10, 1883. ' ' AROUND TOWN. I M. Bates is preparing to remodel bis dwelling boose on Rural street. T. L. Ryan is turning out some fine "vork at bis carriage factory on Sixth .venue. Fred Stuckey launched bis prelty lit tle rirer craft "Belle ol Emporia,' Saturday. YoonKgreen's carnage, factory was connected with the central telephone of fice Saturday. E. M. Lewis has put up a lemonade stand in front of bis restaurant on Com mercial street. L.G. Wilcox Is improving the interior of his grocery by an application ot paint . and white-wash. . TV m. Carlow, th enterprising black smith talks of putting up brick shop . in the near future. Street Commissioner Hammond is lereling op the gravel filling on South Commercial street. . ...C. J. Feist has been permanently en. gaged as organist at the Congregational church, and he is a good one. '. A. 8. Smith turned his cattle onto the range Friday. lie has 159 bead, which - Average 1412 pounds in wei...

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 May 1883

1 t I i My. V v-.. I ESTABLISHED IK 1857. EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MAY 17. 1883. VOIi. 26 NO. 20. f 4 , f it n POLITICAL AND PERSONAL. The "Giles's Bad Boy" rein has been worked for about all that I in it. Day Id Davis was "stuck" on SanU Fe because nobody tried to interview him. "there. . Senator Plumb is booked tor an ad ' drees on decoration day at Baxter Bpring. Speculation Is rife as to how much Martin Van Buren Bennett pays Sam Wood per week for abusing him. A voice from the grave : "The Demo crats hsve an even chance for electing the neit president." Sidney Clarke. Snlini Morse is loaded. The public will find it dangerous to fool with a mn who has thirty -eight original plays . and a mission. John Coulter says tiiatthe Democracy knows well enough tbat the Republican majority in Kansas in i83i will bo 50. 000 "all round." Ben Butler seems to be laboring un der the conviction that his route to the white bouse leads through theTewka bury almshouse. Joe Cook is to lecture short...

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 May 1883

V J 1 i The Emporia News. PUBLISHED KTCRT THURSDAY AT EMPORIA. LYON COUNTY. KANSAS. BY THE NEWS COMPANY, Jacob tTOTLn. int. Ben. FBAJfK P. HloUMt. - Tii par Tmt, la Alnm. AU time not paid for to advance I at tbe rate of ft par jwr. bUml at the poatoaee at Emporia m eooud-elaM natter. THURSDAY. MAY IT. 1883. EDITORIAL MEWS MOTES. The perihelion of ths star rouia lsw. yen at Washington still iaj;ca. Yalley Falli baa the mump and it threatened with a new newspaper. The Pittsburg Post snnts up the Irish itaatloa in the tollowior succinct terms : "Dysmits will not sare Ireland.1 ' A man without snorter waata to start brick yard at Ellsworth. VTs Infer that the aewspaner field there mast be fall occupied. The Topeka Commonwealth, which, it will readily he conceded la authority oo that question, says that Queen Victo ria is a spiritualist. The lead which the Kansas City Times track when It went prospecting in the mstofBce at Wyandotte will not . be called the Bonanza. Kansas City Times: A ...

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 May 1883

The Emporia News. THURSDAY, MAT 17. 1883. Cows ud Hollers Wan tad. I want ft hundred cows and heifers from one to four years old. T. J. Price. We nave money to loan at extremely low rates. . Emtoria Loam & Trust Co, ixth avenue, west ot First National Bank, Emporia, Kan. Monet Money to loan on personal property. Notes bought. O. B. BachilI'R- Flaker t unwinding 1,000 of flour. Bkddiho Plahts For the next thirty days I offer my eotire stock of bedding 'plants. eonsUting of the fol'owing and Others, at reduced ' prices, to clean op the benches for the sum mer: Ageratums, thiee kinds, sweet sJysaam, colcus, cannas, centaur, chrysanthemums, cypt-rns, daisies, deh lias, festuct glauca, hibiscus, honey suckles, heliotropes, tries, lantanas, lem on verbenas, lobelias, pansies, salvias, stevt, Tineas, tradeacatlas, ampelopsia, or American try," besides a number of annual flowers, such as balsams, amar anths, snap drgu, phlox, petunias, mignonette, tie, etc. T Ill 1 r. . 1 1 li.. - f rrn...

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 May 1883

Ike Emporia News. THURSDAY. MAT 17. 1883. . AROUND TOWN. ' ; . The py roll Tor April oa the K. C. & E. railroad will reach $40,000. 3 About half the. corn la Lyon county will hare to bo replanted. " Harry Ilibben bas received acommU alon aa notary public from Got. Olick. Tns News returns thanka to F. Mc- Hardy for a beautiful boquct of flowers. R. J. Roberts has sold to John Nlcho las lot No. 4 Cottonwood Place for $ WO, Dr. J. A. Young Is painting and tb .erwige Improving his dental operating room. John Boreland finished plastering the county jail Friday, and made a good jobotlt. . C. W. Squires is preparing plans for a store and bank building for W. W. Crook ot Howard. . Chas. Btebblns, of the firm of Tschudl St Btebbina, is painting the Catholic church at Reading. " , - Tout Jones, the popular aalesmaa at Newman's sold $1,000 worth of hogs to Greer & Way Friday. F. McUardy shipped a Gallowaj bull Saturday to Greenwood county for which be received $350. ' Tschudl & Bte...

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 May 1883

1 mi WW ESTABLISHED IT 1857. EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MAY 24. 1883. ' VOIi. 26--XO. 21. SlOB 1 ( :r r F 1u i i; . . u t I' 4 cj I if J I f Is i ' EDITORIAL NEWS NOTES. A vast amount of pen-and-ink patriot ism i already ia prccesi of incubation for the approaching Fourth of Jul. A Cincinnati paper nous with swell. Ing pride that two f te fl n50 hanged In this country last Friday were from Ohio. The recent convictions nnder the pro hibitory law at Lawrence seem to have stimulated fresh interest in the water works project at that place. Wichita was also shaken up a little - on Sunday. That towo seems to have a mortal aversion to being left out in the cold even when it cornea to cyclones. Tl.e fact that ft-whinir is one of the sacrameota ot the Dunkard church will readily explain the extreme pauci ty of DjmocraU in that denomination. Timber covers about iwo-tblrd 'of North Carolina; MiaMaslppi has some twenty million acres of it; Louisiana, fifteen millions; Texas a great amount The d...

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 May 1883

THE Th Kansas Editorial Excursionists Visit th Two Mcxicos and Colorado. A Good Tim at Winfleld to Start On. The Old Civilization and the New in tha . Land of the Aztecs and Montezuma. The Address or the Editorial Committee. "All aboard tor CbibuahuV said oar presldeot, F. P. Baker. This was bis announcement at WlnfltlJ on the even- j Ing of May 10, and thaa waa a pleasant sociable broken up, given to the editor and tbeir friends bjr the people of that live town. Tbe proceedings of. the an aoal editorial convention bad commenc ed tbe day before,, aud tbe day bad closed with a splendid ball M niag'a opera boose, wbich some forty ol as failed to attend before 11:30 p. m., oo account of oar trmia being twelve boars late. On tbe lOtb tbe proceedings were Continued, and Noble Prentis atliyered the annual address, which was on of the beet oyer delivered before tbr. aaeoclatlon, becaoae it left the beetei. oath ' and cave us aome wboli- aome nfrs-estioD in ft new channel Wlnneld. ' We bad ...

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. — 24 May 1883

The Emporia News. THURSDAY. MAT 24, 1883. j uona rtaLt vr-xr. Ta Gent's VeraUhlng; (iMdi Stars. As tho reader of tie N iwi arc aware, C. F. Dynes ku . stablished a gent's furnishing goods store at No. 138 Com mercial street. Tb s Is something sew to Emporia and en institution parch era will appreciate as they favor it with their patronage.. A Tint to the store shows oae the very large variety and as sortment of bats, cap, shirts, collars, underwear, neckwear, handkerchief and articles peculiar to this bwifne. In hsu there are hundreds ot styles, and In neckties the variety is well nfgh end less. In shirts the new scratch pocket shirt Is becoming ery popnl'- Call and see it. Drop in and see Dynes and be will Uke pleasant in showing you ' the extensive and complete line of goods carried by a gent's famishing store. A Card. I take pleasure in recommending my friend and successor, Mr. Russell My rlck, of Helena, as a gentleman worthy a continuance of the patronage which tbe public of Em...

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. — 24 May 1883

JSkQ Emporia News. THURSDAY. MAY 24. 1883. PtBSOXAL MESTION. THE TOCBTU OF JULY BLOWOUT. TKltlilBLE TORNADO. AROUND TOWN. . The new how carriage will be bere by tbe Fourth of July. Ton Atchetoo drivea the bou span of roftdttera in Lyon eoanty. Now let as all pull together for a rooting time oa the Fourth. Paga, the photographer, got a good "acald" on the Babcock engine. Lert Dumbauhl expects to tall aome fine ahow cattle at the fair ground on thw81rt. , Ther will be fun for the millions in Emporia on the Fourth and don't you fall to remember it. A. O. Miller, son of the late Joe. H Miller, has been appointed adminis trator of his lather's estate. J. H. McLean, of Ilottonsburg, has beared his bucks and they averaged twenty pounds to the fleece. ' T. L. Ryan haa Just completed a very handsome nhaeton for Mrs. L. C. Hood. It Is a superior piece of work. Janitor Weeks says there was not a day during the school year Just closed that he did not bare to build fires. The pupils of the city ...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
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