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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 11 October 1883

' lf" I'll i i VOX. 26 NO. 41. ESTABLISHED IN 1857. EMPORIA, KANSAS, 'THURSDAY, OCTOBER 11. 1883. i i fl. v 7 i ft LYON COUSTY EEPUBLICOS. I atlas or tba CumUm fur taa Mam ImUoi of Coaaty OMoara. J. H. W libit Nanai naiad l-r SharlflTra rtrac Ballot, Boland Laaln HihItw taa Romlutlu far Coaatjr Clark oa Third Hallo. O. T. Cava Moailaaiad for Ti imw mm tm Taint Ballot . Back JSasnlaatad for Kaslatar Italia. SaTTJRDAT, Oct 8. The Republican county convention met Una morning at hair put 10 o'clock, being called to order by K Borton, chair man of the Republic! soaoty central committee. The call waa then tead by Secretary I. . Lambert, showing the purpona of the convention to be to nominate candidate for county clerk, sheriff; treaaurer, reg. ister of deeds, surveyor and coroner. Upon request of the chairman that nominations for temporary chairman be - made. Dr. 8. E. Lamobear, ot Hartford, placed in nomination W. W. Soutt, who waa unanimously elected. Thereupon Mr. Hcott took the chair ...

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. — 11 October 1883

he Emporia News. 'BUSHED KVEaVT THURSDAY AT LYON COUNTY. KANSAS. I EDITORIAL SEWS NOTES. THK OHIO KLECTIOSC. ' s'ORIA, fe .BY THE NEWS COMPANY, i1! 6TOT1.IR. A LSI. 1TSX1 F. MAOISM AH. Bern. rme 91 SO par Twr, la AdiMM. 1 Urn ant paid for la advance U at the J of fs per year. HUUSDAY. OCTOBER 11,1883. t EPUBMCaN couhtt ticket. r&lMrUr-J.H. WILHITX. term) C T. CAV- tor Treasurer (fall iESS.- lor Treasurer unexpired Un)Wi. Mar. . br County Clerk-UOLAMO LAKIK. or Baaiater of Deads B. BECK, lur Surveyor-It. U. KDMISTOM. E Coroner ADDISON OVX&8TKXET, Commissioner. 3d district W . V.FHII e republican conybn- TION. the work of the Republican county vention held in this city on Baturday ft, will commend itself, we think, fevery true friend of the party In the juitv. The convention was singularly irmonious, end while the frienda of b different candidate showed no lack jtoyalty and zeal to their favorite In I race all other considerations seemed be subordinated to an earnest purpose j...

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. — 11 October 1883

The j.verct "rested Vhat her; fen tbly H p? hnn, M jaa was troul it a nor Sf int.; w 4 0 1 1 The Emporia News. THUKHPAY. OCTOBER 11, 1888. UotoA. Jklohler, sixth avenue, near Saving's bauk, to iftt your boots made Mom kt Honey at Warrvn & Leigh too' is too cheap to. steal. Yoo can txtrrnw It at prices never before made in Ivansas. Highest caah price paid for bides, pelts, wool, etc , at OU rne, Uosick & Co.'s, just south ol tbc railroad 6a Com mercial slrr. Plymouth llck chickens for sale. Wst. B. Bcott. If you want an overcoat goto New man & Co.'s. where you will flud a lari mumrtincnt In SAlect from at liottom prices. lVw nrhrml suits. .i0 would be cheap at f 5. Tahwkk Bkos. & Heed. Cash paid for dead bogs and soap renae at the soap factory one mile northeast ef Emporia. It will pay yon to take dead bogs and all kinds of grease to the soap factory! one mile northeast of Emporia. Mom ky Money to loan in any amount by the Central Loan and Land company at the lowest r...

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. — 11 October 1883

The Emporia News. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 11, 1888. THE SYNOD OF KANSAS. 'Jrpnlmini ml That Body ml ta Prna. nvtariaa Church tan Might. 4. of Ua Iwmw of St. Haary Oouwd, Uta Retiring Modmlor, Kepart ( the Bnjln. rrMwUu ot 1 . tne Bnwd. f Thubbdav, Oct 4. j The Synod of Ka&Ma met In regular Uanoal aewioa at the Presbyterian ichorch in this city thia evening jwlta an unusually fall attend, yuce ' of clerfrjmea and lay gdeleg&tee from all parts of the state. The commodlooa audience rooni of the church wu filled to lti utmost capacity, land the assemblage was one of the moat imposing In its appearance that has jever congregated in Emporia. I Rev. 8. U.Osmond, D. D, of Law pence, the retiring moderator, conducted the religious exercises at tne opening, "being assisted by Rev. B. McO. Ander son, D. D., of El Dorado, and Ker. D. C. Milner, of Atchison. The 689th hymn was sung alter which the 6th chapter of First Timothy was read by Rer. Mr. Miner, who also led the Synod in prayer. 1 "Roc...

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. — 18 October 1883

r5UtorS?l Society a. (til f lnn i j I ESTABLISHED IN 1857. EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1883. JVOIi. SG NO. 42. i 12. we , Plr 'at J 1 1 t t s - i i I I it t V V i ... 1 ' i i AN OPEN DOOR. We publish below an inspiring ap? peal from iT. Dr. llerriclc Jobasoa, prealdeotor the 1'rtabyterUn Uoard of Aid for collect and academies, ad. .dreaar4 to the Pranbyterlsn cburrh at large. The pajwr affords additional proof sltLodgb atte wa nredt d that the executive mausjrenii nt or tbe Board of Aid la in lb bands ol men who tbor. oogttlr appreciate tbe uiutt-ntoua issue depeodeni upoo tbe imnitdiate and energetic action of tbe board and the church It represents. It gives no uncer tain sou ad. It is tbo sunioins of a leader worthy of tbe cause, confidante tbe arm path r and lita-raWy of Presbyterians In it systematic effort to extend tbe olesatoss of . higher education, and profoundly cooTinced of tbe magnitude of tbo work to be done and lbs imperative otrd of Immediate action Under a...

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. — 18 October 1883

n e JiiHiDona News. A. BUSHED KTEBT THCB3DAT AT PORIA. LYON COUNTY. KANSAS. i - -J BY TBS NEWS COMPANY. ISTOTLBB. ALU. IT bams r. MAcLJtaa. j Xmima II.BO nor Tear, la Advanco, "! (All time ant neiil for la advance Is at the J . : j THUKSDAY.OCTOiSIR 18,1883. S KPTJBUC AM COUKTT TICXIT. ir - - yror BaerlaW. EL WILHITC ; inHnnrniii mini a . ,,v cfetESS. ; w"o TrMarr-rnaxpire4 Urm W. .JiJJST. TVorCouatT Clark KO LAX I LAKXX. i "jror Betfater of DmU-I. BCCK. Tro Burrsyor K. B. EDMUTOM. t cjrar Corotrar-AODISOX OTBJtSTBXXT, jor CoolMlouAr. 3d district-W.T.rBIL. 0 MBRICAN MANNERS IN TRAY- 1 n ELIN9. ' Aa English snob unid Robinson, toWtlng about hi visit otw ktra, de fnbea certain bed hAblts m c&ancter inf the traveling Americana geroTully, i AdiagtOUt ld that M least Bib OBt tea Americans, when traveling, grab Heir food, and gorge aad snort la ways hideously unpleasant tor repetition. ! 'nla It teatoully denied by Mr. Richard L Proctor, tha English, traveler and lec Sirer, than whom ...

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. — 18 October 1883

The Emporia News. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13.1883 A turd to the I'uMK. ' ' j My fall goods are now in and it ia for your interest to examine them before .buying winter boots and shoes. Coma j and see for youraelvts. lljx-ctfully yours, I Fhakk J. Doak, Bucce-jaor lo QuetcU & Doan, Couinier cial street and 8ixlU avenue. Emporia, Kan., Oct. 10. $1,000,000 MONEY! MONEY!! MONEY!!! Loana on Improved farms and good J city property at BIX I'KU CKNT. Privilege given to pay whole mort gago offatur one year or in installments -ol gr00 at the maturity 1 any interest note. H. E. Norton. Watkd 5.000 pounds of Ircah but ter at Tanner tiros- & Heed. For dyspepsia and liver complaint, you bare a printed suaranu-e on eyery bottle or Sblloh'a Vitalizer. It never faila to cure. Bold by Cbaa. Itydcr. , . Wamtbd S.000 pound of fresh but ter at Tanuer Bros. & Heed. Notiob TO HTOCSHOlxJBRS. Htuck- holdnra of the Lyon Counly Co-opera tive Aaaociation. will please lake notice that the time for the reg...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 18 October 1883

The Emporia News. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 13. 1888. Friday was the quietest -how day we erer saw in Emporia. The btlck. work on the new Christian church was commenced Saturday. lloyal LaRferty haa closed oat the last of his water melons and thanks the pub lic for their patronage the past season. There is already considerable traffic and travel on the K. C. & E. railroad, notably between Emporia and Neosho Rapids.. ' Jack Orerturf pleaded guilty Saturday in the police court of selling liquor im violation of law and was fined f 40 and coats. Stlllman Smith haa evolved patent cymbal attachment for the dram ot the K. P. band for which be ahonld take out papers without delay. . Nannie Amelia Anderson, an orphan child, was legally Adopted Friday in the probate court by 8waa and Bums Xi lanscn, of Pike township. , ; '" ' The annual synod of the U. P. church of Kansas is in session at Garaett. Em poria Is repreennted bv Rev. - W. I. Brooke and Rev. Dr. Barnett. , '.- A daughter of Henry Johns...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 25 October 1883

Val'Serf atl.UUlor I'v iltMTl r I V ESTABLISHED IN 1857. EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1883. VOL. 26 NO. 43. 3l.lt V. t I I " 1; ? i t I; TUB COLOR LINE. - - tit. Loots Glabra Democrat: The mc tloo of the aupreme court of the United States In deciding that the first nnd econd sectloo of the civil rihu act are unconstitutional supgtsta the prohaliill- ly or a renewed political a;itatioii ou the color line within, the never! stabs. and possibly a a national ii.slioo Should it assume the latter form the coo teat will be over a new constitutional amendment granting congress the power to act directly in the premises. The Impale in tue sjxreifle esses iuvolved in the deciaion related to the enforcement of penalliea by the Uoited Slates against proprietors ol hotels, places of amuse meat, sod public conveyances for deny- lug colored people the asms privileges accorded to white. The national gov. eminent baa no powers not delegated to It by the constitution, and the judgment of the...

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. — 25 October 1883

- -. : A 1 l. . : i . ' n ' ' i : : r : " ' nip. nimwrin. npotq I ....u.w.uul . tiirujiiA. .BLISHF.U KVEK THl'RSDAY AT 'ORIA. LYON tOUNTY, KANSAS. 11 BY THE NEWS COMPANY, 'ou STOTLKB. A LETT. BUTTS F tlm. mot paid tor In advanc is at the of f per year. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25,1888. '.epcbmcax cocmr ticket. 5' . i r Sharlir-J. U. WIL1I1TE. r Treaaurcr-tfull term) C T. CAV. lESS. ... Or Trenure noexpiretl term) W. or County Clerk HOL AND LAEIS. or BegUtsr of Ueedt E. BECK, br Surrayor B II. KDMI3TON. br Coroner-ADDISON' OVERATKEET, K or CommiMioBer, 1 district w . V.PHjt I f (JOOJJ WORK. pouunonwealth : Wo warn Republi j k paper that It it not good policy m a political standpoint, nor from that honesty, to belittle the work of State ent 8. J. Crawford. He is a Repub- in and was appointed to hu position ja Republican governor. T. A. Osborn, republican legislature passed the act tnonziog nis appointment in ine nrai joe. A llc-publlcan member of cod- Us, John Anderson, suggested to a Re bll...

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. — 25 October 1883

The Emporia News. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20. 1883 Wamtcd Buck cattle to feed, at my farm, on and a half utiles southwest of Emporia. For terms apply to K. T. Wilmams. Wantsu 5,000 pounds of fresh, tor at Tanner Hroe. Heed. .but. City Mills, Tuos. Armor, proprietor XXX io 48 lb. Backs - - $100 XXXX In 48 lb. sacks - . 1.15 Htaodard la 48 lb. aacka - - IJtt Wa buy mora butter and eggs than all t ha merchants toxether. Why f Bees use we pay th highest price for them. Tahwkr Bnos. Hrau. Now. My customers will find-ma or my representative at Cald sell's china store, where I will be glad to show the s:ood c(aatUtaa of tba Howe and Davis high arm sewing machines. ' M. It. Koblesv. We nave mooey to loan at aztremely low rates.' KairoKia Loan ATnoar Cu, Hiith avenae, west o Pint National Bank, Emporia, Kane. 91,000,000 MONEY! MONEY!! MONEY!!! Loana on Improved farms and good city property at aizrxn ckrt. Privilege given to pay whole mort gage off alter one year or In install menu ot f-VX) at tba ...

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. — 25 October 1883

jJ The Emporia News. TUUltSDAY. OCTOBER 25. 1883. til1 A marriage Urease wu Issued Saturday I to James Carter and Cba'tic Scott, of Emporia. ' - . ' Holme & Jilson have received the contract for the wood-work of the A. M. E. church. . ' A lot of handsome ml cedar gate posta t have been turned at the Emporia toun J dry for Wm. Jay. 1 L. D. Lewis, living on boat- Cora j inerclal street, fell in a fit Satarday and dislocated his shoulder. Varnell Punier have had their meat market on Fifth avenue connected with the central telephone office. Some mammoth potatoes grown by Geo. Withington, of Allen, may be seen at II. E. Norton's real estate agency. 'Work was commenced Satarday on the foundation of Ilardcastle A Ken' yon's addition to their furniture store. If Emporia keeps on at the present rate for another year she will be as well fixed for side walks as any town in Kansas. W. Barngrover plead guilty Satarday, ia the police court, to selling liquor in violation of the law, and was f...

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. — 1 November 1883

state tlibtori- Society J. . r I V ESTABLISHED IN 1857. EMPORIA, KANSAS. THURSDAY, NOYEMBEB 1, 1883. VOLr. 26 NO. 44. H 11 ( -J j of Chicago Tribune; Mr. Hoary Irving. Uie English actor, arriTed in New York Bunday. He wm mat "down the bay" by Lawrence Barren and William J Florence, who took him on board Til den's yacht, lit Yuat-mite, where he par took of soma refreshments before land i on- M r. Irrlog submitted ralber grace fully t the cnats-qnesiioniog of the in terviewers, but had little of intercut to My. la the course of bit explanation of why he will mnke hU Oral appearance la America in the pixy ot The Bella," be ruvle rather uncomplimentary refer ence to Mra. Langtry, which la likely to lead to considerable comment. lie aaid people would go to sea him on hi flrat appearance through curiosity just a they went to mo the Last-try, whom they could not hare expected to ast. The de scription of Mr. Irlring are likely to furnlab the London editor daring tbia dull season with abunda...

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. — 1 November 1883

- I J Tiie, Emporia News. PUBLISHKU KVERY TULRSDAV'AT EMPORIA. LYON COUNTY. KANSAS. EDITORIAL NEWS XOIES. in a solid BY THE NEWS COMPANY, Jacob btotlb. Am, Bcrrs. Terms-fl-AO per Inr, la Advance. All Uat aot paid fur la adranot U t Ik tM of I par roar. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1883. R EPOBLICAN county, ticket. CAV. Tor BbarlB'-JJ'U. WILHITK. For Treasurer (full Ural C. T. AXK9S. Far Treasurer (oaeapired ' larm' Wa. XttNST. ror County Clerk-ttOLAND LAKIX. Far Hcrtstsr of Deads E. BUI. For Surveyor-It. H. KDMISTON. For Coronar ADIMHOS UVEBSTBRET, UU. Wot Commissioner. Sd district-W . T.PUIL- ura. IJX)KAT TOUR TICKETS. Republicans should exercise great , cats in seeing that they Are not deceived by spurious tickets on election day. Home of the candidate who are ranking in opposition to Republican nominees have bad ticket printed bearing an exact resemblance to tbe Republican ticket and by substituting their names for those of the regular candidates hope to obtain Republican votes. Look we...

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. — 1 November 1883

The Emporia News. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1. 1833. NEW ADVERTISEMENT. l'hiiai A. (1. Bi'lill ). liww m limje k Wfll, loU'icf Tanntr liro. fc lleei. . Wariifcu- Mlu. Murrain W . .1. Diinotao. Milliner) OH-iiing Mra. Jranii ' heap mo v Wrrn. li-tOtt A Him o PUinouib Rock chicken for sale. Wm. B Scott. AXKOUITCKKESTS. " Ail lag-ant AtUplar . YII.MERY AMD MOTION At Mi Rulenours. 1 rimed bat only 50 cenis. !i Commercial Su op posite the court bonne. Wasted A. good girl t do general bouse woik W. T Sode. City Mills, Thos. Armor, proprietor XXX io 43 lb. sacks ' - fl 00 XXXX io 43 lb. sacks - 1.18 Sutdard in 4 lb. sacks - 1.30 Thocakds ir DOLLAR to loan on personal property. KlT.mtt & Sileb. MiiNkt To lo in o cuaulea. F. P. Payne, 81 it 11 avenue, rear of Saving's bank. For 'Sale A tine 80 acre tract near Ply mouth well watered. Pi ice 50. " Kwa Company. Shi'lob.' Viuiir.er 1 what you need for constipation, loss of appetite, dizzl- new, and all symptoms or dyspepsia. Prire 10 and 75 ccuU pi...

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. — 1 November 1883

The Emporia News. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 1. 1883. .. water malo has been ran from Sec ond arenas to St. Alary' hospital. ,A marriage license was issued Friday to Edward Frier and Elizabeth Wolf, both of EmporU. ' It Is expected that the new Santa Fe depot will he opened by the 1st of De cember. ; Lights have been pot op at the switch es on the Santa Fe road from the Junc tion to the round houiw. The Normal regents finished the audit- lac of accounts Saturday and adjourned tUI th7th ofNoTember. . We learn that Mr. H oward Dunlap la preparing to build a hotel on his lots near the new Santa Fe depot. Permission to pair was granted Friday afternoon to John Henry Reed and iiarah Bums, of Center township. F. MiHsrdy has just completed the foundation for a cattle barn on hisprem. Ises east of the city, which will be 60x24 feet. . N. J. Swazee. of Cottonwood Falls, is working on a patent for which models are being constructed at the Emporia foundry. ' W. B. Moses, chief clerk at the Santa Fe de...

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. — 8 November 1883

. 4:5. I ESTABLISHED IX 1857. EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1883. VOL.. 2G---NO .7 UASKKLL INTERVIEWED. CXnirressrnan DuUlty C. Ilasktl, of Iwrence.wao started cast this week for Its Untllt of bis health, gave cz pressloa to the following views in so Interview with a representative ol the fffiwMt City Journal : Kmmi politics," be sW, very dull ami uuinlcresliiiK at present, in Isct these is nothing st all goln on in a pot i Heal way, except the county catn peifras. which are of local Interest only. Ytm might say. Upweser. that Kansas is a Jtepnblicao stele, and will roll up her old time majority lor the nominees of that party n ISM " Tbeo y.m do not calculate that Uov. Oik will tie bis own successor?" "Mot by 40.000 votes. The issue upon which Uov. Ulick waa elected is lMMl,or so near it that it will not enter into itie oext campaign at all. Tne people ol Kansas are being rapidly educated ! a reasonable understand I oic oi the prohiU itloo questioo, and by the time the next...

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. — 8 November 1883

hie Emporia News. !uULtHUKI r.VKUV THLK-JliAY AT PORIA. LYON COUNTY, KANSAS. j BY THE NEWS COMPANY, X SVATLSa. AU. BtHI ( t ltKI F. Ull LKMMAH. ftrmt-9 1 .SO per Year, la Advance. fell hm nm pun Mtr is phm w t e of ft per year. I lURSDAY. NOVEMBER 8. 188:. iWIAT SHOULD BE DONE. The shocking tragedy of last Bator ij nigh that aroused oar people ta tbe n per tire necessity of tireless vigilance the work ol hunting down the per btratort of the awful ueed which has Wired sack deep horror in this coat' tunltv. That it should be possible for peaceable, inoffensive stranger to be Irlcken down and barbarously . mur dered In a comparatively, thickly set jed neighborhood in this city has' la ired our xitlrens .with s a sense t insecurity which can only Quieted . by ., tbe, apprehen- on and punishment of the parties guilty this fiendish crime. ' It It some source of gratification to now that all the indications point to a fact that the murderers do not 1- pog to Emporia, and yet the reputation...

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. — 8 November 1883

b r d m. U eg 1 U t ' a? ii I THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8. 1883 HBW AITXRTI3KXKHT T-lAl Auction sale- tl-s Bros. Public auction II J Stanley. Wauled Hamilton 4k Mill. Wanted 1. U Vox. The American Tenclier Stuayed From the. mi- yard la latu-r part r Si lember, ouu light roau cow abort borne and would weigh about 1.10(1 lb. Address , j Caju. Natiom, ' Emporia, Km. We can boast of having the finest lino ofdresaing cue in Emporia end at such price that will sell them at ibe 90c. Store.-. - For Saw. Uond stnnli saddle horse. One span good ware. ' ' " 1 . D. Fox A Co. A nasal loJect'T lrtr with each ; bottle of Shilob's Cattrrb Remedy. Price C' cent. Hold iy Cba. Ryder. 75 aofcby hotaes jn received which Will be sold et-tue! aiaaUi sum OI Vic Tbey art worth $1 SO elsewhere. A Rabs Baku aim Five acres for sale near tbe new col leg ground, witb 125 bearlog apple trees. .160 bearing ctctiy tree. 800 bearing grape, vino, ,800 boat. ing raspberry vines, gooseberries, btue- grass, evergreens. ' good ...

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. — 8 November 1883

M3C The Emporia News. THURSDAY, NOVEMBEK . 1883. The pay roll of Holmes Bros, for Oc toler was f"00. Telegraphic communication lia been eatablisheU between Emporia and Lebo. A marriage liceu was issued to-tlay to Harry M. Oammell and Clara CoHen, of Emporiv One of W. P. Herring's tine Unloway heifers, lately hlppI In from the east. died Saturday. P. M. Field Una had a very comforta ble addition built to his liouwe on South Merchants street. The bricklayers commenced work on Hardcastle & Kenyon's addition to their store room Saturday. Mure aaph&lt aidewallc la being built on the east side ot Commercial street, south of the railroad. A new substantial stone sidewalk Is being laid on Exchange street, tietween Eighth and Xinih avenues. C. N. Uougland has the position oi conductor and driver on the Coinmcr cial street line of the horse railway. J. It Walkup purchased Thursday the 80-acre farm of Warren ritnne, two and a half miles northwest of the city. Con sideration, .,0(X). Th...

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