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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 21 February 1884

.t."J.l. o r r f ill 4 fan ll.l I I-1 IV 11 If II ft 1 i ; ! 1 - I i ) i ESTABLISHED IN 1857. ' The wool (rowers of Colorado, Kn- s; Nebraska, tlti-H, Wyoming snd New ' Melico, Are caled to mr Ii convention at Denver the fifth of March. Tie object of the meet log 14 l Teke Into consideration the boat mraas tt prevent . the further reduction of tbe tariff, which tbreeun the destruction of the woo) growing Industry to fie west. Lyon eonnty oeght to be repn -nted in that convention. J Fanstoo Farmer F. Is ktlll afflica laj oar (tubing fneod, tbe Kansas City 'Times and lie whole editorial force, With tho olio. rVe like that ;Cuwd of boy very well, and are real sorry they take Riggs' erprosching de feat so to heart. We are glad the cam. palK a so near tu clise. o that tbe 'llnies caa reeame lie wont.-d cquanim liy, tod give at th'-se Ions: article, oo the political aspect of prohibition in tKaasaa, and lake m re cheerful rkw of the world in general. There is a ten deocy to-tijdropbcbie i...

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. — 21 February 1884

THE NEWS. Fabllstied Ewnr Thursday at Emporia, BY THIS NEWS COMPANY. Editors i JACOB 6TOTLER ALEX. BCtTS nUK P. MmLKNMAX, BuKuacw L Pries, $1.5 s Tmi la Advaaee. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 81. 1884 It U estimated tbat the cot of the re rival which haa jut been closed at St Joa by the Rev. Dr. Munhall. will amount to $1,500. This sharp advance in the price ot souls over ta Missouri ia a gratify log proof of the progressive civi lization ot the great west. THE NEW COMMISSIONER. New York Tribune: The lurid not to eav ludicrous genius who used to struggle to convince his countrymen that The Okolooe States was a dynamite factory, haa broken out In a brand new . place in Leaven worth, Kansas. He calls his new fine trenzy The Sunday Free Lance. The first number is before us. It Isn't much ot a lance. But it's very free indeed. Leavenworth will receive a good deal of popular sympathy. The Topeka Commonwealth learns that the total amount of fire and torna do insurance basinets transacted in the stat...

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. — 21 February 1884

THE NEWS. THUR8DAY. FEBRUARY 21. 1884 Colea' ciicoaUcomicg to Emporia in May. ' "Let's have aooth r leap year party" Many of tbe Boy. The Ban-a Fe pay car came la FilJy and the boya arc "heeled" agtin. A handsome bell amved at tbe rSeota Fe depot tot tbe school hots? in district No 43 Tbe box-car torn ins are Just now giving Emporia a wide berth, hence busin' at in the police court is very light Baird'a tuinslrels can leave Emporia oat when they make their next weakrn circuit. No one here want to ate thtm gain. The boya who were le't out on tbe leap year party have teiaicred a common o W "stag" it to all tbe entertain ' meats for the rest of tbe seawin Col. II. W. Pearaal! did the orating at a caib sale which amounted to $3,200 at the firm of Gordon Hurst, on upper Allen creek, Friday. T. D. Williams received a bon dred bead of grade Durham cattle from Missouri, which be will place on his ranch on Phenls creek. PERSONAL. MBXTIOS. THE LEAP TsAB PARTY. Mr. Stone, the artist, isjust co...

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. — 21 February 1884

the news. TITURSDAY. FEBRUARY 21, 18S4 HW ADVEXTfflaUIEHTS TO-DAT. P obi Is al Th Lmudi. Notice J. A. Newl i. Fuhlioasle-T D. Bigger. A Uttw Depabtcrb.. The under, signed bu perfected arrangements wbereby be U able to announca to bis maoy fiiends and customers, that In ad. ditlon to selling fire of tbs bsst sewing macbioe in the maikes, be is able to do all kinds ot sewing machine, repairing and cleaning, having employe! C II. Knvder. a nraMtrn1 mirhtnLt r,f aAmii jeart experience. Mr. So) der will also act a city caovaaer for macbioe. Don't forgot that I guarantee all of bis work, and it not satisfactory I will make it so or refund the money. Ladies remem ber ihe place No. 168 Commercial Street. (In Caldwell's chins store.) M. R. Rob lee. Waittkd A, girl to do general boose work. Apply at No. 93 State street Mb. H. Dcslai. PUBLIC gAI.E8. oT the PARSON At. MKHTIOBI. ftEOSHU B4riJ9. A Basal ln-cur tree with each bottle of Shiloh's CUrrh Remedy. Price 50 cents. Bold by Cbas. Ryder. Sh...

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. — 28 February 1884

ESTABLISHED IN 1857. EMPORIA, - KAKS AS, THTJKSD A Y, FEBRUARY 28, 1884. VOL. 27 NO. 9. Republican State Convention.' A dele,-ate oa rentlon of the Republics t ot Ik. Uttt of luiu wilt be Bold la tae citj of ToKki ob TUESDAY. APRIL . 184 At, o'clock B. m., tat tne uarpoH at eeleeUna: four 4Urftiw and f. ur altrraaiee .t large, to attend the Natioaal ReoBbtinaa Convention Jto choose candidates lor President ad Vieo ToiKl.nl): al.o lo imiuM two aVsuubllcaa 'residential Kleetore. AU etuaese who aro In fa tot of elevating Sad OlfmlfyiD. A urlru labor, proMcUB esdexunain, bom. industrtea, art la a free popular ertucail a to to. bum of too peo P' aecurln, froe uSraa aad aa bono Booming at ballot., aad eOeetoally protect l ail human rlf l, ovary eectloo of our eenm a ooaoixr. aad who aro nulla, to sap. Imrtthe nominees Ktb National Republican Coareation, aro laTltad to eo-oparato wit k.pwbllaa la too prlai.rtaa aad County umnnuvH wmumm oeecntas o tail eon Vrnilon. The baaUof reereaenlatloa...

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. — 28 February 1884

THE NEWS.1 mUhd Ktwt Thursday at Emporia, BT THB NEWS COMPANY. Editors i JACOB STOTLZR . ALEX. BO ITS mn p. xmlokan, bu nuct Priee, $I.SO Tar la Ad vase. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 28. 1884 Tha Democratic tariff tinker la con great bare already ahown their utter in ability to cope with the question, and are tremblingly regarding the dtsaatls- faction ezpreaaed throughout the coun try. Oar people are wise enough to know the yalue of home protection, and patriotic enough to discourage those who would Impoverish, American laborers to enrich British nabob. The Democratic ship may again split upon the tariff rock, wrecked by the ignorance of her commanders and the want of harmony among those in authority. No Hopper and finnkcr will ever oc- cnrrr Ditdley C. Haskell's sent Haskell was not that sort of a man Kansas City Times. We guess yon are right, at least not this year. Little Sammy Riggs, who flopped from the Republic aa to the Democratic party : then from that to mooffreliam; then Into the G...

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. — 28 February 1884

THE NEWS. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 28, 1884 Thacberx Raamussen arc painting op, el tbelr dittoing More. Four street ear were shipped from Philadelphia Friday for this place. John Bty la talking of building a grocery fit nuns sear the new Bants Fe depot. . Ireland Bfoa. received a handsome new coffeo mill Friday. It's a stern, wind r, and no mistake. BLrooti At Carter are preparing to boild a tro-Ury addition to their res taurant u a the Santa Fe depru The lull Dumber of shares 8,000 have been taken In the new series of the Emporia loan uJ ballding aasocUtion. J.- W. . Iltoo baa the contract tor macadamising thi street and arras In the virion of the new Bast Fe depot. 8. P. Elliot, livlog near Amerlcus, lost n valuable bo-se Thataday from hydrophobia. It was bitten by s tabid dog about three weeks ago. An interoaung educational meeting was held at Americus Friday at which County Superintendent Ktock and Prof. Frank Kiser or this city were present The latter made a moat excel lent talk on V...

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 February 1884

i- . E NEWS. - DAY. FEBRUARY 8. 1884. . iUi Exchahqev Farmers will -13 iuind Uit ws are doing a fen : .-aoi-e business at oar tore. Ko. Coiamercisl street. We exchange ,r for wheat, and meal for corn. Gits n call. . Sodxii A Baixeck. . Tltat backing cough can be so quickly c .:ti by Bhlloh's care. We guarantee it. cuiJ try unit. Kyder. "W. II. Suppe s.ld TusJevto Kt. Pe t , our hardware man, twelve electric temps. . iir. Pt tra put tbese lamps la Uruugbiat Uie house In piece of gee, ad tuey d' give atpI.nJld light. A few floe, high grade, earllng, soar bom balli for sk-, cheap. Cell on or addnss J. II Maklmsoo, Plumb, Loo county, Kansas. . Ol men ate sud que.uawre ate selling rttu-utaUj cbrap . t lb 99c store. . W hay lutViey to iona at extremely tow raws KarpoaiA Loam A Tmusr Co, blsth avenue, west of First National ;- Back, Emporia, Kansas. Look out tor a large lt of baby car. . rlagee which will arrive la a rery lew days at the 99c store. Bhlloh's Catarrb Remedy a positive care l...

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. — 6 March 1884

1 - .-- 3k I -1: I i Mi I . J l H III i ESTABLISHED IX 1857. EMPORIA, KANSAS, - THURSDAY, MARCH 6, 1884. VOL. 27 NO. 10. r 1 r f I ' -'A t j? i 3 1- ji' II ir- -f Eepnblican State Convention. A delegare convention of the Bepob'lcani of the nuuoI Kabiu will be belJ is lb. cit 4 Tspckii on TUESDAY APBIL 1SH4 Alt 'elocs p. m., for tb. pnrpox ul aeleelina - four alea:aie- and f ar alternates al large, to attend lb. National Urpxblwao Uonrr niton (toebooM eaa.ltdatee lor Pretbtvnt aad Vice rrr.ul.at); .lot. aotu.aale two Eepublicaa Freeitieatlal Electote. II ettlsens wbo ara la flvrnr of elevatin aaj ui(irlfir A mrtiraa uhor, unueilii and est aolna- ham Industrie, alone Ire. poaalar e.lueattfa to th. imm of lb. po Ide. seeurlne; fnm suffrai a and aa honest routttlng of bsllota. anl eovotntllr protect-lag- all baman right la every seetioa of our eumm a eouatry. and who am willing, to too port tbr loaiiaa Htbe National KepuHlH-an Couv.nlton. are Invited to ra-oitrrnie witb Ken4il4ie.Be la ...

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. — 6 March 1884

THE NEWS. Fnbllahad Inn Thursday at Kaaprta, BYTI1K NEWS COMPANY. Jfdltorsi JACOB STOTLKR. ALU BC1TS FBAK F. MLKJIWAW, Baa. Maatajtee Frla. $!. a Tmt la Advaaw. THURSDAY. MARCH 6, 1884, The principal missionary effort of the Mormons are at present being direct ed to the southern states. A Mormon Illation la OTMritinv varw mnvMtnll in Tennessee, North Carolina, South Caro lina and Georgia, and twe large detach. menu tei conTcru were sent lorwara a - few dare ago. Theae converts are won, it is said, not so much from any religions sentiment as by the offer of free trans portation to Utah and the insurance that they can easily get cheap land and em ployment there. Once in Utah, their to stand by the Mormon church and do the bidding of the Mormon priesthood. Most the thick-skulled Juror really go f It would seem so, for not loog ago the superior court of Indiana held that the preriom reading ot an account ot a crime in a newspaper was no good reason why a Juror, otherwise competent, shou...

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. — 6 March 1884

THE NEWS. THURSDAY, - . . MARCH 0. 1884. OoL J. M. Steel bu told eighty acres ot bu Quarter Mellon wet of the .ltj to H. Ax. Poormao, for (3.200. There ere now i sveou.cn prisoners io ths county jell end ihle nambtr will likely be lucre d before the cloeeot the Uirch term of court. i in We ere eoriy lu leern of the drain, Vhcrsdsv, or Miss" Clare, cl.: eet daughter of Mr. A. 8. CLUJers, re siding oa Plamb creek, about five miles northeast of the city. Marriage licensee were issued Ba'ur- day W Jas. M. Pestsall and Delils Davidson of Emporia, and to Everett L. Hints of Center lorn nshlp, aad Mary E. Harris, of Emporia. Mr. aad Mr Wape entertained a few friend at their reaidecce on Coal creek Friday e?oiog. After spending a abort time in conversation, boantitol aupper waa served, after which the evenlog waa apent ia playing game, etc. Tbe com. pear broke op at 12 o'clock, after enjoy. Ing a very delichiful evening. The Lyon Count Teachers' ereocls. tlon held I (a regular monthly sessi...

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. — 6 March 1884

.7 ! V i THE NEWS. THURSDAY. MARCH 6. 1884 The American Teacher' Farmer will save money by getting tbeir flour aod feed at City Mill. Fob 8alb My farm of 80 acres, on Dry creek., about three snd a half miles oath of Emprii; about 45 acre io cultivation; t n acres ol Umber; trame hoseftwo ooos;lai Is all bottom ana Dd button); g ol out buildings. For price and term luauire on the premise. Racubl L. Moboax. PUBB lJoTED S,1U l'.-TATOES Oae o(lhe fwl riy ys'ieties koown; rl u i ji la . Kaoaaa, yield well anil are exoll.nt krt-iers Inquire at toe law i.fflce f M. Tt. Barker, ov.r Emporis Ilaid ware Co. Tbe only assortment or white, gold band or decorated china la at Caldwell's. Honey to loan fur a term of years, on resl ealaie, at Well's Bro's. Land and Lorn office, N- T33 Commercial street. Catarrh cured, health sod sweet breath secared Ly Bhiloh's' Catarrh rem edy. Price 50 cents ; nasal injector free. Old JiXC'ba-4ydi-r lWe cfelckena. aud luikeys wanted at w v.uo i MP u. We baye mouey...

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. — 13 March 1884

1- - i ' U f. - . ESTABLISHED IN 1857: EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 13 1884. ffl iff ft v . i ti i s i i-i i i i ; i i : i i.i i.i i y HI y I , II! 11 TTAT OPT TaX" It r t. n If )v A EXTRA SE88I0N DEMANDED Kansas has bad lta snare of calamities in th way ot drouths, grasshoppers aad cyclones, but these pale into insignifi cance la Ihelr Injurious effect when com pared with the evil threatened by the disease now larking among tbe cattle herds la Lyon, Woodson aad Coffey counties, aalesi this evil is prtmptly suppressed by tbe united action of ibe people in official and pnvu'e capaiits. This ia sot calamity paper aid it reader are not calamity people, bat we be lev ibe above assertion In re'erence to tbe loot and mooib disease ia strictly true. There were fourteen counties repre sented yeatcrday In tbe Neosho Kails convention. It was large in numbers and loflm ntial in Its cbsrecU-r acd in tbe mount of property represent-d. Tbere were six members of the legislature present, three ...

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. — 13 March 1884

THE NEWS. Published Kvary Thursday at Emporia, lijoa want muu. BY TUB KEAVS COMPANY. Edltam JACOB bTOTXEK ALEX BUTTS VKJIKK P. HkLESN ASC, Baa. Muucir Price. $I.S a Ywr la Advance. THURSDAY. MAECH 13. 1884. Morrison's measure of tariff reform is boat as satisfactory and substantial to the real tariff reformers aa the Irish man's "pork and point" that is, bang ing op the pork and pointing at it with every mouthful ot potatoes. -Lawyers in Washington and New York say that congress cannot destroy the title to the lands that bare passed to the Northern Pacific railroad company along portions ol , their line that have been completed and accepted by tbe government. Has any one thought to mention the fact that the railroads have been the great pioneers of prohibition in Kan sas T Atchison Globe. Well, no; bat we will try to think of this the next time we see a cargo of bot tled beer unloaded at this place. The New York Star says that without Tammany the Democrats cannot carry New York, and...

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. — 13 March 1884

THE NEWS. I TBS KHPOBIA DATI.Y ME ITS BBADIXQ BOOM. FBEK I TIIUHSIAY. MARCH 13 1884 Euieks has a new' natlouul bank, which wu orgAuist-d oj M MHiay. O. W. Pfe!l took hs Clydesdale talliona to Burliganis Thurst'av. U i Waison, or lbs itt ng C.ly lade-pe-ndi nt. ha siaitd the O ff-y Coun t CullU r, al Li bo. . Ami rtcus la to hv uetw h -el 23x50 test. It will be bailt .y Mr. EJolf, who recently moved to that town. MIm E1U Citnpbell, ai.ter of Mr.. M U.." Morris o, who recently cbiiie to KtniMi Iiom tb east, bus taken charge ol a private academy at Osage City. Jan. McCr.ry, ol Union county, Ohio, baa purchased halt of the H-aa farm northeast of ibe cliy f r $4,000 lie bta arrived he-re with Lla family and will tke up bia hoine rn ibe place. An educational meeting w held at Ilan ford Friday. wblcL. was conduc. I daily, weekly an monthlr Dubl leal ions A Kew Pin a of Hcaort for tha Public-. Tub Niwi opened bataiday tven ng t Ibe public a 'r.-e reading t-tfm. provided and maint-iu.d uucer...

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. — 13 March 1884

ii n ii ! u 1 f! 1 HI 1 1 1 1 i '11. si i i : i . - v.- i r . THE NEWS THURSDAY. MARCH 13. 1884 KKW ADVEBTISKaTENT TO-DAT. M Beward I. D. Fox. Publie bale W. H. Uibtoa 1 10 Usward -John Cunningham . or Male F. Turney. For galtf W. A. Willis. Public bale W. Plumb. Spring Hats Mn. Flint. Public Sale Long A Ferguson. WuMd Work Mmoi. Remember the great tale ot Pulled ADgui cattle by the Leonard!, at Em- porta, Wednesday, March 19. Fob Bale One hone and oue mare, wagon and harness. The team la a large, good work team, wagon nearly new. gall at Wilcox's atore, corner Seventh avenue and Commercial street. Before buying your baby carriage be aure and examine our atock and get prices, at the 00c atore. For 8al Cheap Six thoroughbred Berkshire piga. W. A. Willis, , ' At Wharton's Office, 25 different atyles of baby carriages J oat received at the 98c atore, and at such prices as will astonish the natives. Wahtid. Two good girls at R. A- Rholand's restaurant, 144 Commercial street Mohkt Money ...

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. — 20 March 1884

iliiiMiriif kv i w v i j i ft 181 i - t ui 11 i ft . i.i . i i;. i:a ESTABLISHED IX 1857. Republican Stats Convention. A detr eofiTanllon of th. Btpih'icui ol tae Klu of Kanaaa will be bcld In aba cut 1 Topeka on TUESDAY. APRIL JS. ISM At o'clock P.m., tor th. parpoae ol aalertin foar dalritii and ft nr altrna at lance, lo aueud Me Natioaal Kcpobliraa loeraotioB (to ebaoae candidate lor Preidnt ud Viea Preaideat): bIm t BoaalBete two atapcblicaa Praaldeatial Kleetore. All eitlaeo. wbo ara la favor a elevating aad difnir?log; Aaarriraa labor, protecting aadazuadioc boat lnduatriea, jrtvlBa- frea jmBular education lo tba maaaea or tba peo ple, MiearlBK free suSrare and as boneat couailnc of ballou. aad effectually protect Inn all ka.tn rlfbU la every aeeiloa of our eomoi a country, and wbo ara willing lo top- Krt tba nominee T tb. National Republican BT.ntloo. ara iarilod to eo-oparate wltb Kepuuticaa la tba prim trio, and County Convention Madia deles-ate lo IhU con vention. Tba baal...

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. — 20 March 1884

THE. NEWS. Published Evary Thursday at Kmport,' Lyon Count Kmim. BY TUB NEWS COMPANY. KOI torn JACOB 8TOTXKH ALEX, BUTTS F1ANK P. HhUKNAM, Bus. M ana-ar Prloa, ttu 1st AdTHM. THURSDAY. . - - MARCH 20. 1884 8t Loan Globe-Democrat: The Car penter murder trial, at Petersburg, III., will be watched with interest. The evi dence against the accused will be purely circumstantial. It looks like a case in which the definition. ot a"lurv."aa elven in on ol the comedies oi the time, would hold good: "A jury is a body of men brought together fur the purpose of de termining which side ol a cass has the smartest lawyers." A good many newspapers are oppos ing the appropriotion ot millions erory year for the improvement of the Mis sissippi river, and declare it nothing but a well organize scheme to promote job bery. It would aoeni there is ground tor this charge, because the money is regu larly spent and the river is not improved to any perceptible degree. The recent overflow in, the lower states 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. — 20 March 1884

t- - 1 'r 1 ) V a if M s tM1 " "e acheffc) Of do THE NEWS - '.UUKSDAY. . . . MARCH 20. 1884 Phillip Dresner, on Eagle creek, owed oats on Thursday of last week. A festival held at Bethel church, la Fremont, Friday ngtat netted $20.00. M& and Mm Tom Jonea were acre. - naded by the K. P. band Friday evening. The cattle In the norm pait of Lyon county are in fine condition, as we learn from several feeders in that section. The attention ot the commissioners Is Invited to the Rinker'a ford bridge, which Is said to be in a bad condition. Cattle went like hot cakes at the Brew. , vt sale near Ilaaiford Friday, and brought big prices, bo says Col. Pear sail. Thirty-five applicants for touchers' certificates were examined by the county board at theGarneM school building Saturday. Dr. F. B. Hberberne has purchased the property of Mrs. C. BL. North, north of the Cooltdjte hotel on merchants street, paying 13,000. Probate Judge Kellogg has appointed Win. T. Ripley, of Pike township, I guar...

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. — 20 March 1884

HEWS.k THURSDAY. ... MAUCn 20. 1884 StW ADVEHTISKVKMT TO-DAT. Millet teed n W. ilawklns. For (ale- June Bros Public tain Hmm Hroe. Pnblie tale Mr. B. iiliver. Public tale e. it. Peters. rLOWIMO EXHIBITION. The Famous Flying DaUhmai. , Three-Wheel Sulky Flow. Mew Con. aalaetared by Mollne Plow pa ay, Molina, 111. . ' Will be exhibited a ad thoroughly tested . on the farm ol n. M. Poornian, second Loose west of the lair ground oa Satur. day the 22d day of March, 1884, at S o'clock in the afternoon. Come all and witness a demonstration of these FACTS. The Flying Dutchman runs one bun ; drcd pounds lighter than any other plow ' doing the same work. It Is simple in construction, easily managed and does first clafs work. In lightness of drait and superior working qualities it is the bust plow that ever turned soil. Come and prove these statements younelves by seeing and trying the the Flying Dutchman. Geo. a. Peters, Agent at Emporia for Lyon county, .Indefinitely 1'oatponed. Owing to the...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
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