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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 27 March 1884

. ' v . - - . . . . - . " ' - AeV " Wmt$m HI i I ! in in I:: v . ESTABLISHED IN" 1857. Tl ttMTOTiT X . TtArrtA TTTTTTf t a v ac a Tnrr .ooj - - - " --.a-.-.-. --re -a-s-a- .. 11 V . V JJ, 137 ---jS CJ. lOt ttepuDUcan state Convention. I - A delegate crmrention of the Bepabtieaat ol the Butte of Kansas wlU bo held in the city ot Topeka on TC-SD.T. APRIL St. 18S. Alt o'clock p. m., for the purpose ol selecting four delegate and four alternates at larre, to attend the National Republican Convention (to choose candidates lor President aad Tloa President; also to nominate tw JUpablicaa Presidential -lectors. AJleitiKoa who are ia fever of elevating Bad dignifying Anoicu labor, protecting aad SMndlas noma Industries, giving fros popular education to ttae auto of the poo p's, seewrtng Tree su grate aad an hooeat coasting of ballots, aad effeotuallv protect tag alt kinu ngbu la every aaotloa of our A POINT FOR RAILROADS. Tbe railroads have made a big point. they think, ia the federal court ...

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. — 27 March 1884

. - t -v - I : T ' iii i . . " 1 i i 1 1 i ii i i , , irnv r m-rrw ar w m or s- . n . w.m ilk m mm ikrvtWAir e ... . - - ... - .. - nw""- - i". I -s. - a a. THE NEWS. PBblUlMd Em I Enn ThanKtay at EaaiMtrla, BY THK NKWfi COMPANY "Kdliorat JACOB aTOTLKR ALEX UUtTs HUSK 1. MteLEKWAN, Una. MtuW Prlna. H.MAy.if In A. THUItaPfrV. . 0.',M ARCH 27.14 Wbia veterinary who shall uVjIiiVt ' surgeons Uisigrte, It is'tel it red t bat the dnjft-r ,'of ' an eruption from lr. Tousnliu io reply to Senator Ware's resolution is cow over. Thsfixx and tnouih disease iu Wood son county wtim to have been pretty effectually Vti turn il out by Dr. Baltnan. It would -be very- gratifying at this stage of the cootrovt-rsrto hear from Hid. Clarke on the mouth and foot dis ease. ft.( -. 4 i-.. t-.:.r. ( i ...; It Is .otimaieTtbat Mrliisioe would li ot b averse, to have a vote of the Kan sas legislature taken on tbe presidential question.. 1 . , , . The enltitfci.ll fallows have Dr. Law to fall back on.' ' lie ay...

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. — 27 March 1884

THE NEWS: THURSDAY. MARCH 87.1884 The TeLDfiter aus will I here ou the 28 h of April. . It ws lutkr for Tm Lewi that there wa no council tuceliog Friday evening. Oiri, ' - Mr Tindall sister, of Mrs. W. T Kitchen, dialocat d - her wrist at the skating rink Fatnr i-y . Gov.t.ortoa i Oiling ap the lick em." real estate office in town iri the new addition to Jay' nfxr boos. D. W. Knitmnn made hi flrt annual avttleraent Friday as atlminittrator of the fisUUur the lte Joseph Peak. It i due to O. WashlDfct n Fredrru.k tit MY tbt be etfilnuxi from the Oral Ibrtt U wasn't iuoatn 'and fo dis-afa. . '. ' ' Probata Judge Kellogir rnarrlfd at bia ft)c4 ftatarilty August Ludwland Harsh. E. Partlirw of Jackson township. ; "Justice Fetcbir married atbf office Friday ovenlnir, Hugbanaa Jacks-m ami Beltie M tcbrll, bo h of Ooter t wo- ship. ; i K l'ruyn & Peirssll sold Friday a splen did spin of bty roadttr V) N. W. D ISird for $150. Mr. Bird bat a team that is bard to beat. The board of county e...

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. — 27 March 1884

THE NEWS. THURSDAY. MARCH 27, 1884 HXW ADVERTISEMEim TO-DAT Spring dim roods G. W. Hewau. Clothing W. U.eupM. AtMiuua-John Fluker. For sale W. H. Buppe. "for Ml- H. J. Lnumis. For sale L. W. Blumberg. JtfoMoe F. W. Irak. ' foal le sale Z. H. Powell. - Notice V. H. Edmiston. ' Bargains (image store. t.oi,le bell Sour Flute. - Gsrnisa millet Med fur tide. H. W. llswklns, nine milea northeast of Em ' porta, oa Badge Creek, Imtroyed ' Kaeh Fob Kale ItiO seres, one-half mile northeast of AmrU cot. All fenced; 60 acre I a cultiva tion ; good frame house and barn, good water, tc. Price low, if told boob. In quire oi A. N. Hanna, Emporia. New spring kata at the millinery store oa south side of West Sixth arena. L. M. Plist. WaKtjvD 400 head or cattle to herd this summer. Best of range and water. Can also pasture 130 head. Must be all steers. ' Refer in regtrd to range to John 0 its wood, Emporia, Kts. 8. V. BfTLKK. -10 miles west of Madison. P. O., Madison. As I am closing out my clothing d...

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 April 1884

1 ' ... i E&TABLISHED IN 1857. EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, PIIIL, 3, 1884. YOL. 27 NO. 14. l! l V - for. . 1 r ' ciacl. i Republican County Convention. Tnrra will be a dVtajraUon convention of th fcepublicana or 4.yon county, at Jay 'a mnboiiM, 1. tna city of Emporia, on the Utn day or April, lam, at II o'clock a. m., for the purpoM oi aeleauoc tlx delea-ato to Uie ili.tr let convention to be belli In Uie elty of Kmporla oa WMneaday, April 234, 1mm, at 10 o'clock a. m. , and, lor tba further pur pose of select in Ion delegate to attend tbe eonirmaalonal convention to be held on Tnnre day. tbe tad day of May, la tbe eity of Em poria for tba purpeea or nomlnatinc a candi date for eoairreM for tbe fourth eona-reeaion-1 dlatrlet, aad lor tbe further puroote of electing- tlx dulafatee to rapretcnt Lyon county In tbe Ueuubilca atate convention to be held at Topeka oa Tuesday, April M, 1HH4 Tbe vartou preelncta will be en titled to tbe following representation, which representation I. 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. — 3 April 1884

THE NEWS. I'ubllatieU Kvarv Tkandsf at Emporia, l.oa County Kim. BY TIIK NEWS COMPANY. - Kdltorai JACOB STOTLEK ALEX. BUTTS rBANK I". MkLENXAN, Itua. Mamat.r . I'rioo. 11.50 a Yoar la Advance. TUUKSDAY. - APRIL 8. 1884 The Methodist Episcopal Church has centennial of soma importance to con. template or to celebrate this year. On Septcnipcr 2, it will bo one hundred years since John Wesley and other mln. liters consecrated JXhomas Coko bishop of North America, the largest diocese ever presided over by one bishop. Then there were 13.000 Methodists in the country ; now there are sevaral millions, and the church has the largest property valuation ot any church organization in the United Sutes. Since Bishop Coke's day, Methodism has resolved itself into manifold sects, and some of them would probably not be emily recognizable by Wesley hlmlf. Our supreme court has decided that a iarmer or other person in full possession of faculties, and able to read, who signs a promissory note under th...

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 April 1884

5CHE NEWS. THURSDAY. . . . APRIL 3. 1884 The flocks ot Boc dicker Broa. bar bea increased this spring by alz ban. dred lambs. - .Th lover of music are looking for ward with grert pleasure to the Blind Boone concert. Th bridge ovtT the Cottonwood at Columbia foid la now open to travel, and U a very floe structure. A Utile too of Freman Socle, hviof aoath of the city ten mile, fell from a load of hay Thursday and broke hla arm. 8anreyor Edmlstoa is the happy pos sessor of a handsome new Beator steel chain, which he received yesterday from Philadelphia. Emporia la largely responsible for Ibis hart ah about the fool an month disease. 7 Dorado Republican.. Ton give Emporia too much credit. Samuel- Lambert and Miss Addle Miles, of this city, were married 8at urday by Justice Psyne at his offior, and started on the noon train for the east We learn that a plan for ihe College oT Emporia has been informally agreed npon by the building and executive committees, which is admirably adapted to t...

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. — 3 April 1884

THE NEWS. THURSDAY. - APRIL 3, 1884 Kivzbsidk, Pocltkt Y.rd I have for sale Brown Leghorn, Partridge Co chin, riymoulh Rock, Light Brahma nd American Dominique eggs for hatching purposes. Watson RiNnoi.in. The Robinson house, Just a few yardi east of the new Santa Fe depot, is the place tor travelers to atop. Don't torget that. Folki from the country, when in town should try the Robinson.. Clothlko to Obdkk The sawplesof spring goods from Wanamaktr & Brown. Philadelphia, can now be seen at Tatham't store. They are nobby and beautiful. All intcrettsd are myited to call and Inspect them, and see how cheap it la to dress up. Fahmkbs, Attention ! Fluker has juat received another thousand tucks of No. 1 flour. Call and get his prices. Boys' wagons, all hard wood, 05 cenls to f 1.25, at I. D. Fox & Co.'s. . Short Born Bull For gl.. I bare for aale a registered Shoit Horn bull coming two, color red, tired by bull from London Ducht ss 6lU. II. J. L.QOM1S Emporia, Kansas, March 21th....

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 10 April 1884

Y ESTABLISHED IN 1857. EMPORIA, KAKSAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 10, 1884. VOL.. 27 NO. 15. mm V- I J r I. I w V v ' 1 r, ; .-. i- l Itepubltcan, remember tbe prima ries on April 17. All (tore la the City of Mexico and tnrooghout the republlo were cloeed Monday as a protect against President Gonz-les effort to collect the stamp tax. A revolution la immioant should the de. tnaod be pressed. It ia thought that a compromise my ta effected It the. mar. chauts consent to far a liccoaa re of $100 la lieu of the tax. one-half payable lu advance. Sol Jiers aa UDder arms at the barrack and iinflioimatory placard have been issued. The condition ot af fair U quite aeriou. The editor of the Dayton Journal ia not a "lender foot," but it ia evident he la not at home on a western flab jam. Somhody ha been "pulling the wool over hi eye." litre ia bis fish story: "The biggest catfish ever known to be , taken in toe Missouri river was captured on tbe 31st ult Three negro men and darky boy h loked and finally ...

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. — 10 April 1884

if ; t 1 1 If THE NEWS. K"ubUhd Kvrr ThrtfUy at Emporia, 1 HY THE NEWS COail'ANY. Kdllorat JACOB STOTLEB ALEX. WJITS ntAHK P. MMlMilAX, Tim. M.nnnr Frloo, tl.OA m Ihi la Adrara. THURSDAY. APIUL 10. 1834. Benator Logan's wile Is an ardent Methodist We believe It U only Mr to the Benator to state thattbli la ths tingle point ot analogy between him and R. B. Hayes. The Hew York Han notices that the Jtcuonsld etar has sunk below the ho rizon, anti that neither Carlisle or Mor rison are mnch talked about as the Dem. ocratio candidate. It observes further that the drift of free trade sentiment within the party has set in toward Sen. tor Bayard, of Delaware. Hr. Boutell, the inventor of the original package-form-Canada plan of evading the prohibitory law has concluded that his scheme will not work, and ha re moved from Topeka to Kansas City. It has probably not escaped tbe attention of social eclentlitts that the moral ad. Taocemeot of Kansas is always accurate ly indicated by the volame o...

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 April 1884

1 t . t !: t If i'l THE NEWS. I fCBSOHAX. MKHTIOX. A. MYSTERIOUS AFFAIR. THURSDAY. ku taken APRIL 10. 1884. - t - .. v s The broken street car waa sent to To peka- B.torday to be repaired la tbe 8nta Pe car shops. The barn of Key. J. A. Collins, of Amerlcus, baned Friday afternoon with all its cooUnt, including three horses. Holmes & IlobJen auld tbe Pusey farm three miles west ot the city on the Sixth avenue road, to J. ft. Walk op to day. It cootalaa eighty acres, and the price wa $3,700. - Hau4, daughter of W. II. Harmon, died last Friday at No. 213 Commercial street, at the age of four year. The re mains were taken to Osage City on the coon tram to day. - h 4 - Cotton wood Falls Leader: A.. C. Haines of Emporia, who 1 running a sheep ranch on Little Cedar, east ot Malfleld Green, had one hundred and SOt aiv, ll A il f if .liMn ti t all tita twl d 1 n r. barned by a prairie fire on Friday of last rr.k. pae, the Tbe la's purchase by the diatlogisbed bjr tragedienne, Madame Jan...

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 April 1884

THE NEWS. THURSDAY. APRIL 10, 1884. Wasted To Bey. A good young mule. Address, stating color sod height, II. B. Reipp, Box 83. Americas, Kas. . Nottcb All parties who bred mares to our borscs, last season are notified to call at our barn on First A venae, be tween Commercial and Merchants treats, and make satisfactory settlement or same. It Finn & Bon, Ritkbsidk Pocltby Yards-I have for sale Brown Leghorn, Partridge Co- Thin, Plymouth Rock, Light Brahma nd American Dominique esrss for batching purposes. Watsost RANOoi.ru. Farmers will save money by gtt' ing their floor and feed at City Mills. Chkap Mousy. Money cheaper than ever at Warren, Lelgbton A Harrison's Money always on hand to settle when papers are signed. Interest always pay. able here endpapers at home. Loans made for any length ot time and ascheap u Uff mnnff ifnt intn Ihji klntit hv ftnv. ooay. Warsks, Lkiohton A LTaurison. ZDrroas News: I feci that I am do ing nothing more than justice to the German Fire Insurance ...

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 April 1884

- ' Jill Ll'il it UJ uj ii --v-s::;lr'-iffliKffS :Hm-' foM-j! ' i fl flriRTi sJlSB. j JBMPORIA, KANSAS., THUJ1SPAX, APBlL If 1884. VOL. 27 NO. 16. I' Some rsccat uiUUc oo tbe tubject of narrow-gauge rUrod Indicate pretty conclusively that eftperieoce baa abowa tbm to be generally a failure, except lo refloat of tap 'trade -an J for abort dlataacea. Sereralpf the iaot important line ot tbat kind are being cbaoged ti tbe standard measure; and It is not likely that any more narrow gauge roads will be constructed where it is poscible to build broad-gauge ones. - - To bow bow tbe public likes to be humbugged the statement is made that Peck has sold 400,000 copies rt bis ''Bid Boy" book, and tki s in 1 300 or $400 a week from tbe companies playing tbe Bd Boy" drama . He. is worth $500. 000, .bas parcbased $100,000 worth of real SsUte. erected a number of band itme residtdcC to rent, aod buuxbt a $30,000 bouse fur himself. Now be is building a yacht to sail on the interior Wisconsin Jake. ...

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 April 1884

- ---:-CXj THE NEWS. ry Thar Coatx Lyon kUMU. BY THIS NEWS COMPANY. Editor i JACOB fcTOTLEK ALES. BUTTS FRANK P. HmLE.NMAM, Baa. Muar rrlo. $1.80 a. Yer la Aaniu. tutesdat. APRIL 17. 1884 It seems that Cbaunscy I. Filley suf fered a very severe political relapse at the Missouri state Republican conven tion neld at Sedalia on Wednesday, leav ing the editor of the St Louis Globe Decnocraton top m the fight Chaun- cey thinks he might stand the pressure If only Mr. Blaine would get off of Mc Cullagh. - - Troy Chief: Borne opponent of Blaine, sarching- for omens, announces the in portant "historical fact" that a speaker of the house was never elected to the presidency, which la juppoeed to finish Blaine. We were always under the im pression that Folk had been speaker of of the house; and, if it will make the omen moro ominous, -we will add that bis name was James. An enthusiastic meeting of Republic ans was held at Torek a Saturday, at which delegates to the Shawnee county convention wer...

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 April 1884

the "news. THURSDAY. ... APRIL i. 1884 The township umuoii an now on the yrar-patb. "To whom It may concerns Fight hr of Emporia R'-ck-plle." Many Irampa. The wbiakr Tenders bate thrown down the gae. Will the people of Emporia take it apt Eight trmps were released from the county Jail to-day upon the condition that they leave the town. Complaint la made ot the depreda tlona or fence-embers oo the line between Emporia and Pike townablpa. Rebecca Hoover, a relative of Andrew fllnsbaw, of thta county, djtd at Btrawn recent, at the advanced as ot ninety:, all jean. ...... dor city and county officer are hereby notified that several new pine parti tlona hare grioe up in Emporia within the past few week. The caae ot tho aute of Kana&a ts J B. Green, charged with the mardtr of Hi Rblyer, baa bted act tot hearing In tbe court of Justice Fletcher on the S4ih. Allen Riley, the colored man who wat Jailed here one day tola week for whip-' log bis wit, was taken to Ottawa last d'iM by (be sh...

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 April 1884

Vr She news. THURSDAY. - - - APRIL 17. 1884 anr advkbtibem surra to-dat. ... Sewing machines Kmporla Bar I war Co. AdaioUtrMofl ul- li.C. A Htm. Burveyor notio R. H. Kdmialo. Harney 1m-A. O. W barton . rwatn, atwatioa U. w. Beaaett, Strayed A. C. Haines. Kaasovai Jaotas Smith. Th light ronnlOK Domestic sawing machlns la now for sale by the Km po rt a Hardware C: Farmus Atteittion. Iowa peach blow potatoes for aeed fifty centa per bushel at Goo. W: Bennett's. Money to loan oa. land and stock on loaf and short time. A. O. Whaktom. , , Cekap Mom. Money cheaper than rar at Warren, Leigh ton & Harrison's. Money always on hand to settle when papers are signed. Interest always pay-. able here and papers at home. Los . made for any length oi time and as cheap as say money sent into tae state Dy any- Doay. ' ' VilUl, Lxiobtom & Harriboh. Stray kd From my farm, three miles east or Maitfield Given, Chase county, on the night cf the 8ih of April, a dapple tray pony mare, foor years old,...

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 April 1884

Aw J ESTABLISHED IN 1857. EMPOIttA, K AITS AS, THURSDAY, APRIL 24, 1884. VOL. 27 KOl7. f3f ' i " I a . I L 4 " ,) 1 ! m AV , 1 11 1.1 i J I 'ft I ' t IB X- Judge Black suttalna the council of Kausaa City la the fight at that place over tbe elevated railroad enterprise. The people of that tbilvlng metropolis ilbould now tales prompt steps to enjoin Mf. Corrlgan. ; The originator of the standard rail road time system, Mr V. P. Allen, lays that It Is now in use by all tbe railroad companies of tbe country except one division each of tbe Union Pacific and Southern Pacific. He sates also that, less than 10 per ceot rt the people ol tbe country continue to aae local time ; and It will not be wry lcng.be thinks, until tbe old system will be entirely done way with for all pnrpoaes. If Blaioe is nominttei (or president, it will not be due to the worR of politi cians. His support is voluntary and c imes In a ver largo meascre from the primaries of tbe peoplo. There has not for many years bern...

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 April 1884

(THE NEWS. 1 Lyoa TUB NEWS COMPANY. Editor t VACOB bTOTI.BR ALEX. BUXTS BANK P. KteUK NAM, Bu.lbuw. Prlee, $1.50 a Yea la JUium. XHTJRSDA.Y. . - - APRIL 24. 1884 A. L. Redded, chairman of the Repub lcan state central committee, makes the announcement that the various Hues ot Kaujwiiiiiii.il i ' mmun , : GO SLOW. We have no right to advise Democrats but we hare a right to remind Repbli can congressmen that the people will not stand the raids now attempted to be made on the public treasury by congress No one thing did more to promote the political revolution ot two years ago which turned some sixty Republicans out of the house of representatives and gave their places to Democrats, than the passsge ot the shameful thirty million appropriation bill for river and harbor jobbery. It was thought that schemes against the treasury had reached their climax that session. But they seem to be as plentiful as ever. The senate has railway in the state refuse to give special I just passed a law whi...

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 April 1884

11 -HE NEWS. THURSDAY. APRIL 24, 1884 s The wbUkyitea will hardly bare ihe gall to work ibe prosecntioa racket the next lime they are brought up standing? Four drunken men spent the nieht in county Jail. The fellow who au Id them their wbhky stiou'd hare kept them company. . It seems t us that Juat now Is a mighty good time to make case against the violators of the prohibitory law In Emporia. There are at present 500 students en . rolled at the Norma1, which is filly more than the highest enrollment of any previous year. Let as see if the program can't be changed by putting the fellows io Jil ' who sell the wbitky, ins teal et punish- J log their vlctms ; The lifer's colored opera company V . will appear at the Whitley opera house on Frldsy evening, April 25, on which they will precent "Blackrllle r i r ' A I ht Ul OS a, 4. racasloa Twine." The room at Ho. 170 Commercial atreet, formerly erupted by Jaa. Smith, t the tobacconist, is being handsomely decorated for the leasee, Warren, ...

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 April 1884

the news. THURSDAY. " APRIL 24, 1884 HEW ADVKBTtSKMKBTS TO-DAY. Bherln-s Stic J. If. Wllhlte. A variety of goods (w cent store bummer goods X airman A Co. Cheap money Warren. Leighton Jt llarrisuB. bewtag machines M. ft. bobiee. SIO.OO Howard. Lost or stolen, In Whiilt v' opera house, oa Fridsy night, March 23iU, a Urge pair of ""pearl" opera glasses; same deeply engrave J on frame ; valu sblo only ou account of associations. Above reward will be paid and no ques tion aaked upon return of glasses to this office. ' Sure money aad, buy your underwear and gents' turnrshtog goods at the 99c. Store. " Last Chance Ten' thousand tirtgg raspberry plants tor sale. ' ' - J. II. Doilis. Parties bunting carpcU will do well to give us a call, as we can save you some money on anything m that line. Uflc. Btohk. llave you seen those haodaome chen ille capes at Nowmaa & Co's? If not dont fail to call carl as they are going fast. Window shades at the Wl cent btore. Ldaies bring your old hats and ...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
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