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

5 'fm - : It! :: EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MAY 1, 1884. VOL. 27 NO. 18. ESTABLISHED IN 1857. 5 ' If ' f, 1 k fail. I forot, ery co. will be The phenomenal growth of Ibe barbed wire industry aeebis to haye quit Mil hilated tbe Independent party. . Tbe Chicago Tribune retort with trig id pleasantry to Mr. Edmund a, a gla cier We wonder what tbkt paper would cmll Jobs Sherman. . ' So lar President Arthur aeemt to bw a walk away on resolution, but wncn it cornea to tbe instructions Blaine gen erally copper bla ace. With a delegate t Chicago and a very promising candidate fur teeretary of state the great southwest ihoulUM able to aubdue aome of ita heart-burnings to ward Alobiaoo and Topeka. A mlcroasope stre.-l fakir is doing Topeka. Hi views of tie animalcuHe froui tbe Kaw river, anl of the Jetmore gubernatorial boom are said to be at tracting a large measure of aclentlOe at tention. Scnat r logaiU positively declined I allow bit name to be ussd in tbe con t. ntioa for tbe election of...

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 May 1884

THE NEWS. 1'nblUhsMl Erary Thnndky -vt Emporia j Lyon Cottaty MaotM. I BY THE NEWS COMPANY. Kdltorat JACOB kTOTLKR.7, ..".AlKX. DCRt FBAMK P. MmLESMAX, BM.IIiHf, Frlea, 9X.SO a Tm la Advance. THURSDAY. MAY 1. 1884 Look oat for breakers. The program laid out at the extra session to control the offices of the at&te for the next two years is developing. Prohibition is the shibboleth. It is to stand in front and be pounded to hide the real object of the managers, while they stand behind and get in their little work.. It will be well enough for people to keep their eyes open. Kansas City Journal: Senator lngalla hit the nail on the head when he said, in substance, in the course of the debate on the Blair educational bill, that peo ple were poor because they were ignorant, not ignorant because they were poor. All the educational work in the early union was accomplished by poor people in an undeveloped and struggling; country, and from their labor and toll cams lorth the grandest resul...

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 May 1884

THE NEWS. THURSDAY. MAT 1. 1884 Go to bear the Tennesaeani at the M. E. church Monday night May 5th. A map of I be town of Olpe wu filed Saturday with the register of deed. The Centennial EncamDmeot, of Council OroTe, made a big mash on the town Ftiday. The wife of John V. Simmons, of Allen, died Friday of measles, at the age of 25 years. The remain were aent to Atcblaon Saturday . The Young People' society of the M. E. church baye engaged the Original Teoneeseaos for a concert at the church on Moaday evening. May 5. Anew train. the "cannon-ball." waa placed on the Santa Fe Thuraday. It ar rives from the eaat at 8:43 p. m , and from the weet at 12 KM p. m. Ru-y. Mr Errelt, who will preach the dedicatory aermoa at the new Christian church, Is the clergyman who preached the discourse st the funeral of the late President Garfield. The Colorado Specimen Company, of Colorado Spring! can supply excellent photographic views of Pikes Peak, the Garden el the Gods, Leadvllle and the principal...

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 May 1884

THE NEWS. THURSDAY. MAY 1. 1884 I Farmer will says money, by getting ihclr floor and feed at City Mills. . . Flymoulb nxk e ggs for sale, Wm. B. Scott. Cheap Mosey. Honey cheaper than ever at Warren. Lelehton & Harrison's. Money always on hand to settle when i papers are signed. Interest alwaya pay able ber and paper at home. Loana -. mad for any length ot time and as cheap as any money sent into the state by any- 4 uuuy. I Warbeh, Leiohton & Harrison. 3 The 09c. store makes a specialty of f fitting out parties just going to house- I keeping, as they keep everything gener- I ally wanted tn that line. General ExcnAKOB. Farmers will bear in mind that we are doing a gen eral exchange business at our store. No. "13 Commercial street. We exchange flour for wheat, and meal for corn. Give us a call. Bodkh &, IIalleck. Greer & Way shipped three car-loads of hogs to Kansas City yesterday. The Catholics have postponed their May festival until the Utter part of next month. O. W...

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. — 8 May 1884

J "c-rrrr kv .' 1: - " l -. U - i. . I1 - ESTABLISHED IN 1857. EMPORIA, KANSAS THURSDAY, 31 AY 8, 1884. VOX.. 27 NO. 19. . . 4 2; :f . I'.' i! !'! r ri J- , GUESSING. - Tha delegate to Ue National Repub lican conveption are now all cbaaes, and the newspapers are guessing on the probable result at Chicago. Only four weeks remain between now and the time of settlement of the rather serious question as to who tke candidate of the Republican party shall be. One thing seems certain to begin with, and it Is that Mr. Blaine will have, as he balm the conventions ef TS and 80, a majority of the delegates represanUting Republi can state. There is a remarkable uni formity In the Blaine strength in the strong Republican districts. The Chicago Tribune is for Blaine, ad in the habit of making cloee calcu lation. The following is the Tribune enmmsrjr, made a few days ego, not in cluding Florida 8, Kentucky M, Moo Una 2, New Mexico 2 loul, 88 votes not then la: IlllM Arthur. ... Edmunds.. Log a. th...

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 May 1884

THE NEWS rerr T a Com X.oi fcty Krnim. BY THIS NEWS COMPANY. Edliorsi JACOB 8TOTLKH . ALEX. BDm fKAMK P. MmLBNMAH, Bt-IUmtt. Price. tl.M a Year la Adtuo. THURSDAY. . MAY 8. 1884. The Sedan Journal very sensibly re. marks that "Col. John A. Martin bus the confidence ef practical Prohibitionists those; who are Prohibition lsu and Re publicans and as prohibition 1 a con- Ututional proTiaion In Kansas, there Is no reason for a renewal of the old hos tility on the part of people really con cerned for the success of party princi ples." ' George William Curtis, the editor of Harper's Weekly, was asked by an in- terrtewer: "Are there any new authors on either aide ot the water of special promise v ma reply was: ".Mot one; and there is no important literary movement of any kind under wsy " It is quite apparent that George William is Ignorant of the fact that both T. Brower Peacock poet laureate of the Kaw and G. Washington Warder, the Bard ot the Big Muddy, with headquarters at Kan sas City,...

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 May 1884

: 1 ' - ii-- it s I C 4 V J i. i --,t 1 i; V it i: fi I IK !l' ! tv 1 ' I Ill ' :t. - it a; . T ' " t loi . .1 it!' V1 T4 Y L t la' W wi 1 1 I . f tie iti 9. i t i - ' THE NEWS. THURSDAY. MAY 8. 1884 II neyer raioa in Kansas; oh, no. Tbe river u creeks are beginning to how tbo fleet of tho abundant rains, C.A LoyeleCO his atcurtd the arL cea or John Hashes, a flrat-clssa looso. rial artist . Solomon Smith and Fredrick a Reg- din wwo married by Justico I'ajne at his offlco Thursday. The railroad commissioners hays de cided that three dollars a day U enough fur any shipper t pay a railroad com pany for detaining a car on the side track. - - Considerable complaint is wad by our citizens or stock which is permitted to run at large. There Is a sufficient ordinance providing against this annoy. Ince, and It should be enforced. . Willett it Cbate have received a very utndsomo line of curtains sriraelhlng a nice as the best ever brought to Eiii poria and much cheaper than tbey have uiually ...

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 May 1884

THE NEWS. I THURSDAY. . . MAY 8. 1884 TU best Una of shirts, while and col ored, also a full lins of underwear, at Metti One Price Clothing House. Xdsie bring your old hata and hare them reshaped and dyed, or bleached at Mra. Henlcka on Sixth avenue. Wall paper for the million at the 09 cent store from S cenU per roll up to f 1 25 per roll. Call and see us. To Bkur, Short horn ball, "Altaic," ae pedigree in A. II. book No. 43,311. lie u a fine animal, la three year old and la for sale. M. W. Btrattoh, Reading, Kan. Masons and painters full auita at Metz'aOne Price Clothing House for one dollar. Stated oh Stolem Friday evening. from No. 23 South Mechanics street, a light bay mare filler, black mane and tall, about 16 hands high, thin In flesh sparlned in one hind foot; good trareler. A reward of f3.00.wlll be raid for infor mation leading to recovery. James Masteksox. Fon Balk. A general stock of dry goods, groceries, boots and shoes, cloth log- About fire thouaand dollars, at Melrer...

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. — 15 May 1884

6V&s 1 1 K T". VOL. 27 NO. 20. ESTABLISHED IK 1857. EMPOBIA, KANSAS. THURSDAY, MAY 15,1884 I I' V I Republic Stats Cohybbtios. A delegare convention of the Republican of the state of Kuiu will be BeUt la the city of lopes a on Wednesday. July 1 IBM. at 4 o'clm as, lor the parpose of plecto- in nomination candidates tor stata officers and eleelln a Republican state entral com mi t taa. Tha ottoers to ba nominated ara as fol lows t Ona Chief Jnstlee or tha Supreme Court One Associate Justicaol the Supreme Ueert (to U vacancy). Oao Governor. One Lieutenant Governor. Ona Secretary of State. Ona A ndiior of State. ' One Treasurer ot bta'a. Ona Attoraajr General . Uaa Htete Buperinieodeal of Publle Iu Itiveiinn. all eitlsens who ara la favor of elevetlne; ami dlaniryiaa; Aeierican labor, vroVcctiDS and extending noma Industries, giving free popular auueatloa to tha diuhi of tha peo ple, securing irea suSTrare anal an honest rooming of ballot, and effectually protect Ian all hnmaa righ...

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. — 15 May 1884

THE NEWS. rn.bllsb.ed Every Thursday at EmporU, Lyoa County Kansas. I BY THE NEWS COMPANY. Kdltorsi JACOB 6TOXXEK ALEX. JICITS TBAItK P. WmIEXMAN, Bm. Mnn;er . Pries, $I.0 Tiu la Adnne. THURSDAY. . "MAY 15, 1334 Dr. Talmaffe recently said: "I hive oo faith ia the doctrines of socialism. I do not think that anything will be ac complished by the gospel of dynamite, bat that something must be done and will be done to stop this monopolistic devastation, and give a chance t every man to achieve for himseir an unmort gaged home, I am as certain as tbat yes terday was thfl first of May and tbat God saw all its injustices and aggravations." Hiawatha World: At the foot and month - sessl'jn of the legislature the following appeared ia the report of the proceedings : Senator Bolon Teacher thought it bad taate for any senator to siDgle out a per son and call him by rune. lie said that the railroad in question had the power to crush the mate, and it was policy to cultivate their good offices rat...

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. — 15 May 1884

the news. THURSDAY. MAY 13. 1884 The farmer! were not in ton b Saturday ttfer wnrs In the- corn flfeld. ' The farmers are industriously improT. inhibit fine wratbar by planting cmd. Amarrlajta license waa Issued Slur 'day to Cbaa. II. Bible and Margery L. Elrc'd, ol Fi'emonl township. The atata association of county auper Intcndanta will meet in tbia city June 10th and will continna in aetfion for tbr. days Tba new A M.E. church will be dtd icated a week from to-morrow. The diaconrae will ba preached by the found er of African Methodism In Kansas. In the case ol the atata of Kansas ve W.J. Kiicb a, charged with adultery Which waa tried in tb. court of Justice Fletcher Saturday, tb Jury found the de fendant guilty on two counts. rhillip Wei was tried to a Jury in the couit of Justice Fletcher Friday on a charge of violating the prohibitory law. He was found guilty on four counts and was fined $400 and costs. Call tbe next caw. A. E. Frost ba a curiosity in tbe khape Of a double lig w...

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. — 15 May 1884

r, THE NEWS.! THURSDAY. - MAY 15. 1884. Bee Dynes & another place. Co.'a adrertlsement in Waktrd. Two good girl at K, A. Ithaland'a raataurant, 14i Commercial street. For Sale. blxty acre of nice iniooth land, adjoining the tract recently told by Wm. Jay, three qaartert of mile from the college site. Twenty acres front on Sixth arenas. A bargain it aold toon. Call on me. R. M. Ovihjtkxet. , The Alexander at Dynea fc Co'a. Fob Sale Short born bull, "Alaaic, Me pedigree in A. II. book No. 43,311. He i a fine animal, la three yeara old and It for tale. M. W. Stkattos, Reading, Kan. Farmer Attehtiok. Iowa peach blow potatoes for aeed fifty cents per buabel at Geo. W. Dennett's. Money to loan on land and stuck on long and abort time. A. O. Wharton. The Central Loan and Land Co., the oldest money loaning concern in the county, always lends Its money at the lowest rate of Interest obtainable in the state, and on any kind ot time you wish. Closes loaut the day you apply if securi ty and...

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. — 22 May 1884

I. ;'!,t; A,". ' 1lWMrMimrtr; :s ! --.4 Hi I ESTABLISHED: IN- 1857. EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MAY 22, 1884. VOL. 27 NO. 21. ft --m ' it r t ! 1.1 li I II u ;it J. , t , i i f 1 ' 1 ll Rzfcbuca Stat Cohtentioh. A oaVrfa'a enaveatlovi of tea mllleii ef Itautuofluiu will be beM Id th. eltr of Ttpnt ea Wdrtr, July it I8b4.et clock p. Bl . lor the pervoae of plaalag la Boaataatio cuhII'UUi Imt atata oOkoera a ad emetine-a Republican atare e-atral com ml I tea. The la ba aoealneieU ar a. fot- 101 Oa. Ciller Jaatlc of tba Supreme Court. Ue AamlataaMMeol the Samara Court (M til Vacancy). - un mtcraor. Ltei eateearlt Governor. One Ueeeatary a Mat. Oa. A lull tor of State. Oa. TrtMUrtr o4 Stat. On Attorney General ' ' i oa. Stain 0ap.riuiead.ai of raMie In. Itr uoiloa. AllelLlaeea wtia M ! farnr af alMitia bl dlaeirvias: .Amaricea Labor, proteetin al)l aa,teaIir Huete lad aa tree, giving free t'ltUlar ertticatioa to the buhi of trie peo- aecnrtaa- rre BaSraae aa4 aa Boneet roaatlaa; of Balln...

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. — 22 May 1884

THE NEWS. fabUahed Kvary Ttaundif at Emporia, Ut BY TIIK NEWS COMPANY. Kdltorai JACOB STOTLEB ALEX BUTTS FRANK P. MmLEHHAN, Baa. Manager . PHm, $I,a a Tear la AAi k THUttSDAY". ik MAY 23.1884 The Juoctios-City Uoloa says Kansas u ettlug to be a pretty decent kind of a stale, when seven congressmen cab be renominated without one of them lear ing his seat at Washington. Senator Edmunds' proposition to place General Grant on the retired list of toe Army, would, il it becomes law, secure to Grant the pay of a General, $14,500, and the emoluments attached thereto, amounting in all to mom 119, . 000. This, with the $15,000 year in. come from the $250,000 fund, ought to preserve Gen. Grant Irom the Winter's . cold and the pangs of absolute ban Governor Glick is still pardoning his friends, the rummies. lie pardoned a Cawker Uity fellow the other day on the mmiy pretext inai outer equally guilty were tried at the same term of court and acquitted ! Gov. Glick took a solemn oath, yon know, to...

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. — 22 May 1884

THE NEWS. THURSDAY. MAY 2. 1884 WTH1 Loy Is giving tho court house a thorough cleatMing. , . iuc juuiciai COUYi-nUon fi.r ihm rli.. trlctwlll be btld in Empoiia on lb ..(Mb flay ol July. - . j , - Benaior t'lumb' contributions lo i jetarcbet in Exports ia tha lint two t trues yeaia moat f. o. up at leaM $3,000 H W. IVarai.ll and J.J. Fraud. who are at Eureka Spring. Arkansas, are gaining la b. alib rapirtly. Hank writes tbatbeit going to take on fifty n rv pounas or neb before be rutoro. In the cae ir tbe city X Emporia v. W. A. Randolph at al., regarding the daughter hiiie on llie bnks of the Cot.owoo.1 river, tbe jury foood for the city. ; Mr. Ra0l Ipb m ill take aa ap al tithe U ii.tr let court. aarhr ldler. Martlet!. In thie city. My 14. at tbe residence or tbe bride's parent-, Mr. William A. Prk r a d MiaEll. n Dol ley, both r Emporia. Rev. W. II. Utrnea, of fie Firm Baptist church, IH ciaU-d. ftrpablieaus Committee Maeltac. EMroRiA. May 17.1884. Tho members of the Lyon cmi.ty ...

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. — 22 May 1884

THE NEWS. THURSDAY. MAT 22, 1884. special notice-. Subscribers to tbe Wrksxt Nxwa. who receiT their paper at the Emporia I. 0. should be tare to uk especially for the "Emporia News." Oar list U so Urge that there U not room la the gen eral paper delivery boxes lor the "Sews" and it Is. therefore. kept separate from the other papers. We make this statement because a number of subscribers say they hare failed to receive tkeir copies of the "News. Upon invest! (ration we have found these same papers at the postofflce, which shows that the subscribers hare failed to ask tlie delivery clerk for the "News." though they may nave Inquir ed for "papers" or may hare sent some one to the office to Inquire for papers In general. Please always ask for your "Emporia News." itabtumu announcement. Wow la Year Time Bay Tour Wall Pa per While It la Champ. To those who have not cleaned house yet we desire to make the following of fer: Our February shipment of wall paper was far larger than any ever 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. — 29 May 1884

:. - ..j ' 1 1 ' .s"" ' s Ji .'IV! I I ) ) '. i . .. . t .OOliuaMOrlODA? JSAfeiLIskED , IN 857.f ' 5 EMPOKI A, KANSAS, THtJBSPA Y, 1 MAY 29, 1884. YOU. 27 NO. 22. . . wi ! . yr A ; j flr lis ft ! Repubxicah Staii Cohyemtiob. A telrffi ooaveatloo of th Republicans of tbe iuh ot Kuim will be belli in the cut of Topee a oe Wwlensriar, J air If. ltw,a P- aa, "r we purpose of plasma- la aoaii nation eao'lla'atee lor state e (Boers and elecllne a Republican Mate w-atral email tea. The offloere to be nominated are as fo. owe: One Chief Jnsttee of the Saorema Oonra. Ope Associate J uttlce ol toe Supreme Court Governor. ( 1 ' .JUeuienatGeeeroor. ' ... .-'" . e Secretary of Stain. , One A editor or Stale. - One Treasurer ol Sta'O, Ooe Atesraer Oeoeral. Oaa Htata Supertataadaat of Pebilo la- traction. All aslUseae who are ia favor of eleeatlae; awt dle-stfriee;' Aaierteaa labor, proieetiof; en emUadtai borne Imtaelriee. firing frea popular enucatloa to the aiawe of tbe peo ple, Meurlni- tree a...

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. — 29 May 1884

THE NEWS. Fabllahed Em I Every Thwreday at Zaaparla, Lyea Coulj "nn.es BY TUB NEWS COMPANY. atdltorai 4ACOB ftTOTLEH AUX. BUTTS MUKK P. MmLINHA If, Baa. -J'rfae. U a Tans- lm Aa THURSDATj - MAY 2,1884 TIIEN AND NOW. At we ut in the great audience Friday evening In the opera honee, on the ooc. ion of the graduating exercleee of oar II Igh school cIm, oar minds eoald bat revert to the scenes of other dari In Emporia. What a contra between the grand scene last night and oar first Em poria school. The panorama that passed before oar mental sight seemed like dream. The years that span the period 4dsn a, nni a. irom 1000 vo iKH are long in young eyes, bat they are briet to one who looks backward. A retrospect shows how rapidly and how wonderfully we hare grown. We remember the day distinctly - wnen a subscription paper was passed sroand among "the beys" we were all boys then to lit up a school house in order that Emporia should have s school A young lady bad arrived In Emporia from Ohio w...

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. — 29 May 1884

THE NEWS. thui&day; l i J v may 29. .884 Muoai are engaged Id pointing the tone work on the new depot.' . i . ( - . i A marriage license waa leaned Satur day to Sumner Dow of Greenwood county and Mia Mary Howard ot Emporia. D W Letf.U U potting a tops, atone walk on the noith aide ol tbe new Santa Fe depot, between the entrances .to the wailing rooms. The town of Bitler has been laid out by A. O. Baker. It adjoint the town of Ol pe, the plat of which waa recently filed U the office of the county cleik. tolsttOD"ra Hcdiwickj of the high ftcWl. received from her papila fridiy a beautlfullr illotirated cony of Evan, gvliee. Thla token of regard waa worthily beaUwed and lullv appreciated: . ..' 'j . A horse belonging to Mr. (J. C. Bogle fell through a hole in Ike bridge over the Meoabo river, north of the city, oo ahow day. The alteotloa of tie county commissioners is invited to this fact. Qeq Kramer would be pl.ased to sec bis many friends at Hetz's one price clothing atore where h...

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. — 29 May 1884

THE NEWS. THURSDAY. . MAT 20. 1884 , JllrxflTX& Patties wishing Co buy barretter should not fall to call oa U. U. Peters, at hu large implement ware room. ' $3 Rswaki Strayed from Osage City, Kansas, April 29th, one dark bay horae about 15 handa high, 13 years old, swayed back. one wblte bind foot; had sboes on and bis tail was fall of cockle-bur. The above reward will be given for his return of for information leading to hi recovery. . J. T. Camhkll. Osage City, Kas. Plymouth Hjck eggs for sale. Wm. B. Scott. Qtur Vonzy. Money cheaper than ever at Warren, Leighton & Harrison's. Honey always on band to settle when papers are signed. Interest always pay able her and papers at home. Loans made for any length ot time and as cheap as any money sent into the state by any body. Vmu, Lxiohtom & Habruom. Fob Sal Short horn bull, "Alaaic,? see pedigree in A. II. book No. 45,311. He is a fine animal, is three years old and is for sale. M. W. Stbattoit, Reading, Kan. The Central Lo...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
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