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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 10 July 1884

If. V i 1 i E8TABLISHED IN 1857. EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JULY 10, 1884. VOIj. 27 NO. 28: 7 iT f V if f i BBN8ELE88 FIGHT. There seems to be something wrong with the editor of the Eldoradu Bepub- licaa, and what it ia w axe enable to judge. The editor baa always bea a Republican, bat from reading his Uat issue ooa would Judge Im bad suddenly been seized with a fit of virtue, and bad turned Democrat, or what U worae, aore bead. Ilia malady baa lately taken the ahape of a dislike to Senator Plumb. The Immediate cause of thla sudden aversion ia the fact that Senator Plumb voted against Blaine ia the Chi cago conreolion. Now, many Republl. caoa dtd aot endorae the 8Miater'a action in thla respect, and hare plainly said en, and among the reat was Tbb New. We think, however, Ibe Republican ia going . entirely too far - ia tie denunciation of the aenator. We aald, and maintained, that tf any of the delegation bad a good ex- cuae for Toting for Arthur, it waa the senator, lie waa surround...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 10 July 1884

THE NEWS. Published Kwry Tbnndsy mt KUa porta. BY THIS NEWS COBIPANY. Kdltoras JACOB MTOTLBK ALEX. BDm Fit A Nit P. HjuULMIA S. Baft. tUuftr, yrlmm, I,&0 at Tatar la Adfaaoa. THURSDAY, JULY 10, 1884 FOE PRESIDENT. JAMES O. BLAINE. . VOB T1CI PUES1DK5T. JOIIX A. LOOAN. REPUBLlClN STATE L'ONVKSTIOH. A lelee convention of the Republican of the staLe olKuua will be nelil to the city uf locaa od Walucadav, July ID. lt4.at o'clock p. n, lur the purpoee ol placing la Domination camlMatea tor atata officer and electing a lleauljlicaa state central commit tee. The officer to be aominatod are a lol lures Uui CfaUif Justice or the Supreme Court. One Auuclate J lutice ol the Supreme Court (to all vacancy). One Governor. One Lloutunanl UoTernur. One Secretary of State. One Au.litor of Statu. One Treasurer ol btatc. One Attorney (icneral. One blalo Superintendent of Public In ttruction. All eitliena who are la favor of elevating ami dlaatrvina American lalior. prolactiDK ai"l ntenajug borne l...

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 July 1884

THE NEWS. THURSDAY. - JULY 10. 1884 D. M. Butcher thol a mad dog on East Uriel last Thursday. Warren, Leigh ton & Harrison now spott regular cashier' desk. Soediker lima, (beared thia season from 1,500 bead of sheep 15,000 pounds of wool, wLich they told for fifteen cents a pound. A marriage license was issued Satur day to Qeo. A. Chamberlain and Dora A. Bollost r, of Jackson township. A portion ot the frame work of Judge Cunningham's new residence onTwefth avenue, blew down lift Tbursdsy. A Free Method ist campmeetiog com menced Thursday at Neosho Rapids, and will continue two weeks. The storm lost Thursday Mew down the frame work ot a new building at No. 110 Cottonwood street. U. . Miller has purchased or J. C. Porlei field two acres of ground near the fair grounds, on tbe Sixth avenue road, paying fdOO. The Conner Bros. & Logan are lilted up in very nice shape at Ho. 113 Com mercial a' reel, and display a hand some stock of fresh groceries. Atchison Globe: A painter named...

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 July 1884

THE NEWS. THURSDAY. . JULY 10, 1894. i , Before buying a mower farmers all peraoni Intending to put up should call at Griffith Ewiog's see the celebrated Osborne mowers and hoy apd r Goats 1 Ooatll The 4th of July 1884, with all ltsjofi is fone; and It would be Just as too, possible for any one to find an equal for the new high arm Davis be wing Ma chine as it would be to call back the 4th of- Joly, 1884; come at once to M. 11. Roblee's office. No. 166 Commercial street and get one and be happy the bal lance of your life. Cheap Mohit. Mooey cheaper than ever at Warren, Leighton & Ilarnsoo'e. Money always on hand to settle when papers are signed. Interest always pay. able here and papers at home. Loans made for any length ot time and as cheap as anT monev sent into the state by any body. Warkin, Leiohton & Habruox. Plymouth llxk eggs for sale. Wm. B. Scott. Monet to Loak Cattle, mules and horses taken as security. Nbwi block Sixth avenue. W . M. Dvrr. Fob Bali Short horn bull...

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 July 1884

fs hi ' i. EMPOBIA, KANSAS, THUBSDAY, JULY 17, 1884. VOL. 27 NO. 29. ESTABLISHED IN 1857. oil TO National Republican Ticket. FOB PRESIDENT: James 6. Elaine, or Maine. FOB VICE-PRESIDENT: Joim A. Losan, of Illinois. KKPDBUCAN COVMTT TICKET. I'robatc Judge J. W. Pakwngtom County Attoruev J. W. Kkigham Clerk District Court.... J. O. Tbatlok Superintendent Public Instruction ...... ....... .J. IvLOCK Coroner Dr. O. W. Khoot County Commissioner Kirat District T. E. McMillan Fur Legislature Sikty-Kirst Repre sentative District Jacob Htotlkb For Legislature Bixty.gecond Rep resentative District.... D. A- Hunter lo the bleared lexicon ol Mr. Orover Cleveland, there ia on such word aa suc cess. The following baae fling at tbe Ob'o Idea is from the Nashville World: "It Allen O. Thurman were an Englishman, or a Russian, or a Pruaiuo, or a French man, or an Irishman, or Italian, or i Auatrian, the government would have biin busily engaged in public affairs." The Kantian City Times seems to thin...

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 July 1884

jTHE NEWS. JblUhed Krr TharadaT at Emporia. Lyon Countj h a nmtta. IY THE NEWS COMPANY. JACOB STOTLKK ALKX MUTTS pRAMK P. MaeLE.XIIAN, Bu.Muuf. Frio. $I.BO Iiu la A6naM. THURSDAY, JULY 17. 1884 1TUB DEMOCRATIC) -PLATFORM. I We publish la Mother col u ma the platform ot laa Democratic party adopt sd by the Chicsgo convention Thursday flight! The document ia noted for Tertb age and Ke lameoeaa. . It ia an attempt Lo follow the Jtepublican; platform, wiia me point ana spirit, 01 ino latier locument left out. It baa a long arraing uent of the Republican party, which, la he aame olJ, atupid and prevaricating llih of baah which Democratic conyen .lona have been doling out every year lines the war. - It denonucea the Re publican party for having failed .o relieve the people Tom the craahrng war taxes which have 5 paralyzed business. It doe this ia the ,'sca of the facte that the country was !3erer more proaperooa than it has bees :'or five or six years, and. that not with standing iU party...

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 July 1884

' rTI TT -v -w- t-w-v - MTTTTiaT JULY 17, 1884 Q. W. Newman & Ou. have placed a hagstafi on top ol tbeit store. James Smith if palatine, and papering hi cigt store ia nsndsome stylo. JaYe Taylor aold Friday to 8. Nation and W. p. llerrlng 800 bead of floa steers. ' ' A. B. Smith aold Friday two hundred bead of champion ateera vo Jesse John oo, of Kansas City, at top price. Tba diploma fur the -high school graduates bare arrived and are in the banda ol the president of the board, D. W. Miiris. ' ' The Democratic silence In Emporia over the Domination of Cltvelsnd was so audible that It wss heaid by a man wav out on Coal creek. O. P. Ilall baa purchased of Aaher Guilders 100 acre of land ne ar Horton Builon, to which -he will remove bla ilolsteiu cattle. Joan of Arc la the subject of meritoriou crayon (ketch by Griffith, which ia being framtd t very Willie at the city book store. Rev. Mr. llartman the new Lutheran minister, purcbas-xl yeaterday of Mil. K. Fulmer, the reaidence at ...

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. — 17 July 1884

THE: NEWS. THPR8DATJ Vr.t-I XULY 17. 1884. Chkaf Mohkt. Money cheaper tha ever at Warren, Leighton & Harmon's. Money always oa kaad . to settle-when papers arc stoned. Interest always paj. able here and papers at home. ; Loans made for any length ot time and a cheap aa any money sent into tha aute by any body. iV' Wajulkv, Lxmbtom A Dassibom 'ii -, Plymouth' ft Jck egg for tale. Wit B. Scott. Fob SAUrShort born bull. Alaalc,n see pedigree in A. It. book No. 45,311. lie is a fine animal, la three years old end li Tor sale. -: II. W. Stbavtok, - - Beadios;, Kaa, A CARD. ' i a : 2r ' V -' vVkoldea la Ble Mew Quiton at Wo r . . ! "1M Conanaerclal 6 treat , 1 4sire to notify all . my frleuds and patrons' that I ass now settled in my new location St Na. 100 Commercial 'Street, east side between Sixth and Beventn ftvenaca.1 i: .".? .-' My stock of drags; paints, glass, modi, cines Sm is complete and I will be pleas to hare all f my customer s give me a call at my new store. Thanking al...

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. — 24 July 1884

.to iiik m -. - .- - r,' t . n - - V. t t v ESTABLISHED IN 1857. EMPOEIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JULY 24, 1884. VOL. 27 NO. 30. A r J There can be no question that "Mr. Blaine's leUer will produce . a marked j and excellent effect npoa the country. The people cannot help bavins; cooS- denoe la the men who wrote iu The )' wholeeomeneea of it cannot be mistaken. ,ril is Utter oat of which Mr clUzeet caa ' take "a equate meal" And the . ques- . tloa will be asked to-day mure earnest. It the ever: Why ahooldtfH thU al. ready foremost of oar citizens be elected lo the highest officer Certainly there is additions! testimony at his incomper - able qualiflcatioos. , , . . ' The story ot the sufferings of the Gree ly party mill certalnlr create a stroof pblro eeatlnsent against farther public ezpaaditaree for that sort of work. For over thirty years there hare been repeat ed expeditions to those regions and so ifac the beneftts have not been commen surate with the sacrifice of life or the ex- pen...

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 July 1884

TH Kl TaTTT.WS I TUB SEW 8 AST A FB BUILDING -a- w I jrmprpi rnbUibad Er.rr Th.rada at E-mU I . w OBB " "u' Ljroa Uulf HUM, 1 IVU IB UM State, obeyed ISY TIIK NEWS COMPANY. Editor i JACOB 6TOTLKB ALU. BVtTt FHAMK P. HmLINMAN, Bu. l'rloa. I.AO a Yea Ik . THURSDAY. JULY 24, 1884 . The proceedings at the Republican convention at Toneks, this week, were at times itormr, and the prospect at such periods was that lnhsrmooy would ensue. The cans of division was the prohibition question. But, hsppily, through the wise coarse of the friends of prohibition, the resalt was ss herao nious as it could have been, and the feeling at adjournment was something like that of old-fashioned Kansas Re publican conventions. Two years ago the Bt John elemen carried eyerythlng by storm, and then was no sach thing as toleration for the Views ot the minority. This time, though, the majority for prohibition was large, the minority was treated with the greatest degree ot considera tion. Bo that at the close tha...

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 July 1884

.1 sT, rt,, , Ii n ftv the ' party ean r tlielr. THUK8DAY. - - - JULY 24. 1884. Kellar Je Babcock turned oat to-day flue Coglisn toad cut for Lee Sargent, mi, ii. JNorton bag received a f large campaign portrait o Clevelaed 1 and JJendricka. ? V ,? I ' -111 U I I II - t J. lleidrick, is preparloic plana lor a $4,000 dwelling on the Poorman (arm went ol the city. . A Dew switch lor lb pesaeiiger trains on the Howard branch baa been pot in on the north aide ot the platform at the Atchison, Topeka & Bants Fe depot. J. II. Phillips, of Jacob's creek, Friday more log brought ns a hen's egg which waa s monaUr It measured ncUea the long way. The commissioners have decided to put screen doors" and ' windows in the new building at the poor farm. Mr. P. U. flallberg will attend to the matter sad receive bids. Mrs. E. Kidder has removed ber mll- liner store from the rooms over Mew. man's store te the eland recently occu pied by Mrs. J. M. Dillard. She la getting filed up In nice shape. Rev...

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 July 1884

; THURSDAY, . JULY 24, 1884. A CABD. r - hi i " 1MB WteMnil BU Mew QoutwtMVo I desire to notify all my frieuds aod patrons that I am now settled la m j new location at N. IPO Commercial, street, east aide between Sixth and Seventh I avenues. My stuck of drug, painU, glass, mcdL. cinca itc is complete and 1 will be pleas to have all of my customers give me a call at my new store. , : Thaualng all for past favors and be ' speaking- a coatinaaoce of the patronage extended me, I am, tlespeclfolly, , ' - - B. Wdbujoh. Continued. Notwithstanding the fact that we have had splendid success In selling the lines of goods offered In our special sales of the past week.we still have large quan tities of them left. Am we wish to close out the e nti re lot as neatly as possible preparatory to getting in fall stock, we shall continue this "special" daring the coming week. Mo sack bargains havo ever been 0116(64 here as we pre sent In the lines of goods advertised In this paper, and those who fail t...

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. — 31 July 1884

i V ESTABLISHED IN 1857. EMPOBIA, KANSAS, THtJKSDAY, JWUX 31, 1884. 'VOIj- 27 NO. 31. i.. I r t it The Cleveland Catholic Universe mikN Ukm significant remarks: It will not do to treat the charges ot the Buffalo Telegraph with any cod tempt or alienee. The man ws met, either by Oorernor Cleveland or the Democratic party. If Governor CleTeUnd cah not meet them the Democratic party can on ly meet them by demanding kit immedi ate withdrawal from the Head of the tick et. While the memory of Lieutenant Lockwood, the man who, of all the Arctic explorer, reached the point near est the North role, will be enshrined in the heart of the American people, the name of the private secretary of ex-GoT-ernor George T. Anthony will never probably be known beyond the narrow circle of his official duties. Bach It the Justice of fame. Globe- - Democrat: One estimate of the cost of the Greely relief expedition is as high as $700,000. If seven cents worth of good was accomplished by the three years' sojo...

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. — 31 July 1884

Fabllaued Em l Ecerr Thareday ei Emporia, X.jom Cout; Kansas BY THE NE8 COMPANY. Editors i JACOB 8 TOT LEU THE NE "W S. NATl0NAL BDUCATIONALASSO, New York Tribune i The annus! ms i. inn or the National EdacatlonitY"!: cistioa at Madison, Wisconsin, buW closed. It waa a great ghilngpt teachers Xrom all parts of 'the cou&ifj, and a gathering from which a foreigner Could not but derlre new and ImpressWe Idea as to theimportance attached in this country tcTlhe cause of "education, and the earnestness, entbuaiaam and progressive apint of the great class of Ajnericaa" educators. - But "Hie AtneriT can cttlzea also mar learn much from thla educational convention. For while the devotloo of the teachera .ALU BDTT8 FHAMK P. MMLKMllAy, Baa. HiMpr. Prion, $1,60 a Iw la AlfUM. thubsdat: I JULY SI. 1884 REPUBLICAN NOMINATIONS. I ' Far rressdants PI! i ") JAM.KS G. ' BLAINE. V Par Tlea-Presldeat i y . JOHN a; LOGAN.C i" f FORBIDDING CATTLE IMPORT A S TI0N3. , : , Frajrie Farmer Sine tM, outbre...

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. — 31 July 1884

THEV NEWS. i . . . THURSDAY.". .". JULY 31.' 1884 There seems to be a great deal oltlck- the chljrea of iiai(xn.n , Jadga Fletcher bat develop.! inula campaign poet oT the first nutgoilude. The atsoctatioa composed of the real estate agents ot Kansas will meet in this city on the 12Ui of August. ' J Blooe fe Bod Lam put a second de livery wagon ua the road to-day. That's the way to run a buaaineetT, lank ; pacing mare Lad Parker wbJct Las won a reputation la several races, died quit suddenly Thare- The Gilchrist lirae. Inet a S0 bone last week. "Fred belonged to their fine iron gray team, and it will be a diffi cult matter to replace him. Q .:. t. marriage license was issued TLurs- day lovdarence' J, Nortoa, of fitorso, Allen county, and Miss Frances A. Con, of Gulesburg, Kansas. " -H. B. ItiggswUl occupy the new build ing now ia process of erection bisk, of the Emporia Savings bank, about Octo ber first, when it is expected to be flu iahed. . Mr. Allen, who lives suae miles west of...

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. — 31 July 1884

the news. THURSDAY, JULY 31, 1884 Carpy tttm War Into Ksrt h Itavls -SwlBa Maela Into Every Dumt, TbtlliKkttM. R. Itoblee Is trying to do, and . the following list ol recant purchascva wjti iadlcala thathe is meet log with gttod SBOCeSS; ; ; : Mansfield Well, farmer. -. Mrs. Josephine Williams, dressmaker, ctly. M. A. Morris, farmer. .' .' ; i i ' W, H, Long, farmer., , , . . , Albert f3elleck, saltsiaao, tiy. J rj ' "Miss 'Mary Ilurlburt, teacher 'city acbool. . Btephsa Foster, taimer. 'A. W. Frescott, with the A, T. ' 8. Fe Railway. Edward llainllton, Jeweler, city; 'A. J. Weener, farmer. ' 8. II. Howard, city. Arthur Wella, land agebt, city. Wm. H. Burcb, farmer. i. A. Feist, city. . - r . , . . J. II. Harris, grocery man. Miss Lou Blrdsall, city. . The frequent testimonials that I re ceive convinces me that my customers find the "DayU" all tbat 1 claim for It, while I am agent for the blgh-anned "Howe,- the -New Home," and "Hart, ford" machines, all being standard ma chines, and...

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. — 7 August 1884

1 EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 7, 1884. VOL. 27 NO. 32. ESTABLISHED IN 1857. 41 If I A CARD. I To tM Voter of tbc SUty- tint Sepreaenta tive District: As it hnowa to you, I recti red the nomination for representative at the Re publican convention, held In this Cltr Jq1t13. I neither desired nor sought for that honor. I did n-H do anything- iC bring it about. It would be no personal advantage to me to go to the segielatore. It was solely on repreeenutlona made bf buaiaess men that I might be uaetul ' to the district, and ta sabserye an am bltion to do whatever I ran, on all occa sion, for the city and district that have treated me so kindly, that led me, a tew days before the convention, to aay that if nominated I would not decline The Republican, of this city, imme. diaU-ly opened a fight upon me Which . was not unexpected br myself or thosj who know the political course of Its ed itor for the last six or eight years. His motives for the spasm of virtue exhibit ed in his column...

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. — 7 August 1884

THE NEWS. Lyon County Kas 1IY TUB NEWS COMPANY. Kaltorsi JACOB fcTOTI.SK ALEX BBITi t'KAIIK P. MmUXAM, Bh Manager. . , ' Prlee, $I.Se a Thi la Advanoe. THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 1884. REPUBLICAN NOMINATIONS. For President t JA3XKS O. liLAIXE, Par Vlee-rresldeeti JOHN A. LOGAN". PRESIDENTIAL ELKCTOKS: 41 Ltrm JOHN II. RICE At l.are . A. VALENTIN irirsl IHotnct A. KILT KwodiI District I.O. lICJKEHINei Third Di.tr.ct J. L. DENNI30N roarth District. J U. MILLER rifta District F. W. bTL'Ki.fc nixtu District W. 8. TIL-TON fceventh Dlstriot T. T. TAYLOB STATE TICKET) Governor JOHN A. MARTIN Chtel Justice A.M. IIOKTOM Atsoclal Jnstire W. A. JOHNSTON Lteulenant-eiovernor A P. KIDDLK rieeretarr ofbtete K B. ALLEN Auditor B. P. MoCABK Trauurar .- a.T. mow k Attorney (inel 8. B. BRADKOKD buul Public Instruction.. J. U. LAWUIAD DISTRICT TICKETi 'oDKref.maa, fourth Dint. THOS. RYAN Judge, riftb District C. B. UK AVES Senator, Twentieth IMst.. L B KELLOeiU Representative, out Di.t JACOB STOTLKB iteurese...

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. — 7 August 1884

tse news. THURSDAY AtOU8T 1, .1884 rKBKOMAL JaBMTioir. Mrs. Jas Ein.Su U vUUIdc; filccds W. H. tiuptxt bas ordered lor Ibe riDgi-llral chirch. an orgnii mjC ft short Thw WiUb PrrsbjterisQ cburcb has bern rt fitted, repaired and recarpettd. Willelt & Cbase have put tn aa organ at tbe M. E. cburcb lor Ibe intact class. - lbCal lender Mluttrela will appear at Wbltlej's opera house oo Ibe ertnina; of the 8tb. Uol David Talor It preparing; to build on bla farm adjoining tbe city, oo tbe Si JUL ayeoue road. Judge Ktllofg appoioied Martba Waikius administratrix of tbe estate of Edward Wa'kina, rrcrntly deceaard. Griffith fc Ewtt-g bave Just aecured tbe contract ir tbe plumbing for L W. Is-wis' and J. af . Huele's new rvstd noes. II . Morton L-aa donated ti e fi taila n-cenlly received by btm from tbe coal shaft at tbe Kansas state penitentiary to tbe bigb school cabinet. Dnnlap Iteporter: Elwood Bbarp dc Co. will atart a Democratic paper at tbe Grove, to be called tbe Guard, tbe flrit ...

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. — 7 August 1884

i. i THE NEWS; THTJR8DA.Y. ATJOU8T 7. 1884 , - A. K. HAMKat, I II Hd LM UMkM Ma. ISS Cseameg; Will kujr and veil farm provrd lead and ras(a( sninv la Lyon aod adjolaing coeatirs. - ilaa for aale tracts from 80 acres to 2500 acre. Money loaned on city and country property. A. N. lianas Mo. 102 Commercial street, Emporla,'.Kaa. I Avery large aiock of Jelly glasses at Terr low figure, at the tOc store. - .1 Chcap Mokst. Money cheaper Ulan ever at Warren, Leigbton & Harrison's. Money always on hand to settle wuen ' paper are signed. Interest alwaya pay- able here and papera at borne. Loans mad for any length ot time and aa cheap aa any money sent into tne atate by any body. Warukx, Lkiohtow A Harkisom. Baby carriages at your own price at the 99 cent store. We loan money on land and live stock. Filkimb & Bible a. Brokers. It you want a parlor banging lamp sail at tha 99 cent store and buy one at your own price. . J. W. Bryson, auctioneer, having had considerable experience in the...

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