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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 18 September 1884

urn ESTABLISHED IN 1857. EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1884. VOIi. 27 NO. 38. Pr if f f IT i : The public school of New York City opened oa Monday last with an alten- duu of 135,000 pupils. This Tut number li exclusive ot the scholars ac credited to the various private Institu tions of learning whl:h would swell the total to an sggegate of 150,000 1 searchers afier wisdom. These numbers should sallsly the most exacting advo- caUs of education. The coroner's inquest on the death of the two convicts recently whipped to death by prison guards at Lexington, Kentucky, reveals a terrible story ol' bru tal cruelty. The convicts were pait of a gang of three or four bundre 1 engaged la the construction ol a water work reter- volr at that city noder the control of Mason & Co., lessees of the convict labor of the penitentiary. 1'resldent Bcelye, of A nib erst college, who was surprisvd the other day by the Prohibition notntnMiin for governor of Massachusetts, Las declined the pr...

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. — 18 September 1884

THE NEWS. IIV THE NEWS COMPANY. A M. NEWCOHB ...... v...Kti tor. FRANK P. MaeLXNAN, Baa. Maaaaer- Katcrcd at Ins rwugtM Mecond-Claaa Matter. at atmporla M Published Krerr Thnradar at Emporia, L70W Coantj- Kaaaaa. Prloo. $l.oO a Xaar la Ad TIIURSDAY. BEPTEMBElt 18, 1884 REPUBLICAN KOMINATIONS, For President i JASXES O. BLAINE. For Vloa-Prealdaatt JOHN A. LOGAN. PRESIDENTIAL KLECTOBI At Jjtrm JOHN If.BICS At Una .D. A. VALENTIN It rint District .... tVtoond District... Ttiinl Dutrict Koarth District... rirth District.... rtixlii Dixtrlct .... buyout! District., A. J. TULV ...I. . I'ICKEKINQ J.L. DKNNI0OM J. U. MILLER F. W. TL'HiK3 W. 8. T1LTOM T. T. TAYLOB SIATK TICKKTi UoTnrnor JOHN A. MAOTTN Cbiei J u.tiee A. H. UOKTOi Associate Justice. W. A. JOHNSTON Liuatenant-Ooveruor -A- F. KIDDLE oocr.;lary oioUUe E. B. ALLKN Auilitor B. P. MoCAisIC 1 rt'.aurjr S.T. HUWI Attorney (ieneral 8. H. B1AUPOKD bupt 1'ubUc lustructloa.. J. U. 1.AWUKAD U1MT1UCT TICKETi fonrTo.mn. Fourth DUC....TH08. ST...

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. — 18 September 1884

THE NEWS. T II U RS DAY. SEPTEMBER 18. 1884 A CAKD. My labors on Tn. Kmpoki. Nkws, vim which I have been connected for nearly lire year, cease to day, and I take tbia opportunity or tbsnkiog the friends and patron ot the paper for tbo manifold courtesies which I have enjoyed at their handy, and for the generous help which they have ex tended to me in the performance ol my professional dutiea. Wherever my lmei may fall in' the future, the people of Emuoria and Lyon county will always hold a large place in my heart. Alkx. Butts. Abhie Carrtngton is coming October Ud. In four alc in the county during the paat week L. F. Prayn haa sold stock aggregating $15,000. J. K. Finley has purchase the lots Just north of Mr. Whitley's residence and will build there this rail. J. F. an F. B. Bmlib, ot Pennsylva nia, Ind , are tn the city looking for a location and for real estate. Charley ltiggs has purchased a lot 100 1 185, west ol Mr. Do Camp's place and will build there In the spring. The cattl...

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. — 18 September 1884

the news. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 18. 1884 f . flllebBrya Iscst. John Fluker of this city received the flrat car load of Minnesota flmr ship ped loto the state. lie U now making a specialty of "Pillsbury's Bout," the fa mons Minnesota flour, aad has been ap pointed general agent for it for the state of Kansas. The flour Is made from the choicest selected hard Minnesota and . Dakota spring wheat in the famous . Plllsbnrj Mills at Minneapolis, Minna. aota, and is brsnded "Pilltburr's Best XXXX.Mlnaespolls, Minnesota." The mills are three In number, with a capacity or 7,300 pounds per day, or orer 2,000.000 barrels per year. To feed these mills requires 10,000,000 bushels of wheat annually. Oar PjlUbory A mill, Just completed, has the largest capacity oi any mill in the world, consuming over 24.000 bushels of wheat per day. It is supplied with the beat machinery known to tbe milling trade; no expense has been spared to insure perfection in all details, and it is the most costly mill on tbo...

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. — 25 September 1884

5 111 SSL- IP r A ESTABLISHED IN 1857. EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1884. VOL. 27 NO. 392 3! SI Among the lait worti of Secretary Folger were these, that worthily eplto ffiiM the spirit of hi, life: "I cannot 4lve op my work ; I bare great responsi billty ; and the people expect me to do my doty." . Tbere in nothing like being used to it. The San Francisco Bulletin says that newspaper in the Atlantic 8 tales bare devoted from one to three columns to a kitten earthquake in that part of the country, which did no damage, and would hard If have been noticed here. The polar ware struck Leavenwojth yesterday. Ex-Governor George T. An thony waa nominated as the legislative candidate from the Ninth representative district by the ItepuMicaa convention in that ciiy. The same wave will strike Topeka next January, when the conspicuous abilities of Governor An. thouy will give bim an undisputed lead ershlp in the bouse. One of Bismarck's Berlin organs has this sentence, significant 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. — 25 September 1884

"Ui .J! 1 li rPTT"R "XTTTrrc? BY THE NEWS COMPANY. A B. KtWOOMB. Editor. FBAMK P. MmZkmmXm, Baa. Manager. iMend a the Postonioe Second-Class Matter. a JEmporla mm saadiaa4 Kvarr Tharaday at Emporia, Lyoa County Kaaaaa. ' i ' ' ' 1 " Vrioa, $1,60 a Tear la Atum. THURSDAY. BEPTEMBEU25, 1884 REPUBLICAN NOMINATIONS, Tow I'resutanti JAM.ES O. ULAINE. or Vice-President i JOHN A. LOGAN. PBE8IDCDTIAL KLECTOB4t A Urte JOUST H.RICS At Large .-. .1). A. VALENTIN K rint Ut.trlet A.J. FELT neeann Ltfstrict I. . riCKKKINU Third District J.L. IENNIIM Foaita District J at MILLKK Firth District F. W. BTUKMK-J nixta mstriet w . H.T1LTOS boTeula District T. T. TAYLOB STATE TICKfcTi Goremor JOIIS A. MARTIN Cblel Jostle A. 11. HUKTOM Associate Justice w. A. JOHNSTON Lleulenant-Crovernor A. P. It I DIM. K beeretary of State .. E. B. Allen Auditor......... . P. MoCAKE Treasurer S.T. HoWK Attorney Ueneral B. B. llttAI)KOKI Bupt I'ubllc Instruction.. J. II. LA W HEAD uiaruiCT TICKET l ronirrejiimD. Fourth D...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 25 September 1884

THE NEWS. THURSDAY. BEPTEMBEK 25. 1884 I'KKaONAL. MENTION. Cliarlra Clark, of the branch office of the Chicago lumber company at Clay CcnUr is in thcclty vUitlog lor a fuw day. Mr. M. Cochrane baa returned and will spend several days with hla wile at the Hotel Coolldge. Mist Madge Overalrcet returned by last bight' train to Liodellwood college at Bt. Charles, Mo. Mls Lillian F. lloxie, one of the mnet eoterprlblog teachcra in Kansas, baa gone to Bu Louia on bnaineas connected with her department la the State Nor mal. MUa Grace Colton. of Uarlford, Con necticut, is the guest of her friends and former achoolmau, Misi.es Porter and Maria Waite. Mr, and Mrs. James A. Thompson, ol Watf-rville. Kansas, are in the city visit ing friends and have headquarters at the Hotel Coolldge. II. P. Hizcr, of Eureka, who has been attending the Kansas City fair, spent a short time in Emporia and left lor home on this morning's train. Her. Dr. Cordley made Thk Mews office a call this morning and express...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 25 September 1884

HLJ lCrTTinrrO MoticnoMi gwcmmi mpeM.1 . ' m i. 11 i'J AJiJCj W O. H1TTIII I .... THtBIUOAIM. ' I Prompt THURSDAY.' SEPTEMBER 25, 1884 CATTUE BALK Mighty Bead of rtme High Grade Cuttle Cobs Bold. 1 will mU at public auction at the farm of Ellis W. Jones, seven miles south of Emporia, on "'" Wsdsbsday, October 8ib, Eighty bead or floe grade cattle, as fol lows: ' 43 cows. . 10 yearling heifers. . 8 heljer Calves. 10 steer calves. ' " 2 polled-angus bull calves. 2 polled-angus heifer calves. 1 spaa work hones. 1 male colt. 1 set work harness. Terms Eight months' time will be giyen on notes with approved security, bearing interest at the rate ef 8 per cent per annum ; 0 per cent discount for caih. Free lunch will be served. G. P. Jones. I P. Phcyn, Auctioneer. Stock Balk I will sell at sell R, H. Bayne's farm four and half miles south. east of Emporia on Tuxsdat Settzmbes 30th, 1884, at 10 o'clock sharp. Thirty-three head of cattle, consisting ol cows calves, heif ers and steers, 1 sta...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 2 October 1884

A J. ESTABLISHED IN .1857. EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY; OCTOBER 2, 1884. VOIi. 27 NO. 40. 1 1 : ; I mm New York Troth (Dons.): Mr. Uoad- rick aaya the Democrats would hko to get a look at the treasury books. Prob ably they would prefer to catch a glimpse of the treasury vaulbx. . Philadelphia Bulletin: Carl Schurs '' iwl always so much beloved by the Democrats a be appear to be now. In 18. Us. Ileadricka called him "the ly. log Dutchman." llarpur's Weekly, In 1872, compared him to Mephiatopbelu. Mr. Blaine sums np the Republican pulley in this clear and explicit lan guage: .:. "1. Peace with the whole world. ."3 Commercial extension In every practicable direction. "ii. Kocouragument of every form of Atnrrlcau Industry. 4.' Protection to every citizuo, native or uaturallzod, at home or abroad." The Hi. Louis Itepubllcan, Kansas City Times and SL Iuis Post-Dispatch are all studiously avoiding giving the people information about the popular euthuaiainn shown lor Blaine and Logan in New Y...

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. — 2 October 1884

THE NEWS. rablished Every Thursday at Km porta, Lyoa Comaty Hiiimi, Prion, I.SO a Imi la Advance. THURSDAY. OCTOBEU2, 1884 BY THE NEWS COMPANY. A B.XEWCOMb Koitor. FBAKK P. HmLKMMAN, ISua. Muer Katered a ta lostolIioa Second -C1m Matter. at A.fporia m REPUBLICAN NOMINATIONS, "or 1-renuleats O. UL.AINE. of Tloa-Frealdaati JOHN A. LOGAN. PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS: AILarsa JOHH H. RICK .D. A. VALENTIN K A.J. PKI.T ...I. O. J'IC'KKUINU ....J.L. HtNyiwjN -J M M1LI.KK r. w. hTUhiits W . 8. Tl L.TOS T. T. TAYLOtt A 1 Utrge rirt District Senoad DUtrlct Third District Pourta DLtrict rirw nutrict Slxtla District area la UUtrict HTATE TICKET) Governor JOHN A. MART FN Chlei Justice A. H. UOKTON Aisooiale Justice W. A. JOHNSTON Liealeaant-Oovernor A. f. UIDDI.K Becrotarr of BUM E.B. ALLKN Auditor 1. p. UuCAItK TnMurtr 8.T. linWK Attorney Usaeral 8. B. ISKAIiroitD Supt Public Instruction.. .J. II. LAWHKAD IUriiICT TICKET x fTonrretiman, Fourth Dit.....TIIO. RYAN eadaa, rirto Dutrlct c. U. (iU&ES ...

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. — 2 October 1884

1 a THE NEWS. THUR8DAY. OCTOBER 2. 1884 The work of painting the nx( of the M E. chorcb ta to progress. Htubbs St Swans hare diaocd o their meal market on Bixih art-one to Jbn Bytuea and C. W. Riley. The oxamiwioucia lccidd the Pike tonrfthip bridge shall l locawd sooth r the Plymouth awtlch, near thecoontv Hue. Wung Lee ha two very flue speci mens of young China lilies. They are large bulb and will reach the ti of ttlteea Inchca high. The prospect is that Emporia will be well represented at the 8l Louis Expos ition at the time of the procession of the veiled prophets. Mossrs Jones & Millikin bare opened their stock of notions in the block op posite Tun Nsws office. Tbey call their store the Cblcsgo Bargain store. II. E. Kicbter is In ttie city and says be will be down on the 17ih with a hun dred plumed knights from Council Ornve. They will bare their own band. Oeo. Williams arrvoted Jobn Hilt, colored, and Frank Iiomaine arrested Puilip Wiley, white, for a drank and disorder ap...

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. — 2 October 1884

THE NEWS. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 2. 1884 CATTU ftAUB. DlSeOLCTIOM MOTICB. Notice Is hereby given that D. H. Btoue . and II. O. Bonham, doing bust. nass under the firm name of Stone & Bonham, have this day dissolved part nerohip by mutual consent, II. O. Bun. bau BBTiag aold hie iotereat to O. E. Miller. Tho basiaoes will be codtinned by the new firm ot Stone & Miller.' All parties knowing themselves Indebted to the late firm are requested to. call and settle, so that tho old books may be closed. D. II. Stohb, II. O. BONHAM. Emporia. Km., October 1. 1884. Soldiers having claims lor pensions will do well to call on L.M. Keys, at torney at law. Office, room No. 3 in News balMlng, upstairs. Fob Balic Good clean seed wheat ot he Foltz variety, at Armor's feed store. Bhlloh's Vitalizer la what yon need for constipation, loss of appetite, dizzi ness and all symptoms of dyspepsia. Trice 10 to 75 cents per bottle. Sold by Unas. Jtyder. Mohky to Loan Apply to - BOIUIKTT & AiiKIUfKTilY,...

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. — 9 October 1884

M I - i. . Kit Hm ESTABLISHED IN There u greater enthusiasm among the Ohio Democrats than hu been known since the VsHandiguam cam paign. Boston Post, Detn. . Ye aad the IVinocretlc enthusiasm then rolled up a Republican majority in the hundred thousands. The Independents of Cincinnati who procured a column of tka Cinclonati Commercial-Gazette for last Friday have bean refused farther us of the pa per aulas they will sign their a noes to their daUrerancaa denominated "repro ductions of karat powder." As la possibly not surprising, yerter day mora log's Commonwealth staled that Governor Gllck has received a dis patch from Tecoma, W. T., wbere Lap pin waa reported to be, stating that the warrant had been received, bat that Mr Lappin could not now be found. ' 1. - A good story Is told of an eminent Democrat at Colombo, Ohio. An e tboalastlc young man of the ' sew Dem ocratcy approached the veteran and urged that Mr. Cleveland should be brought before the people to offset the Blaine tide...

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. — 9 October 1884

THE NEWS- THURSDAY. OCTOBEK 8, 1884 DY THE NEWS COMPANY. A. B. KB W COM It Kdltor. FRANK F. HmUCMMAH, Boa. Uanaaer Entered m tne PMoMM at Kmporla aa ateoead-CIaee Matter. - - - .. rlJwaaa.vr Ttuueday at lamita, , Ltn Co ant j Kwuu, , Teste- la Actum. REPUBLICAN ROMINATIONS. - . Pre.ui.ati JTAM.E3 a. BLAINE. '" or Vlee-Preeldeati . 4 JOHN A. LOQA. rBUlUENTIAL SVLKCTOKa : ' ati-err. john ir.RrcB At Lare.... D. A. VALENTINK eirst UMrtcl a.J. FKLT Aeoowl Utota-let I.O. 1ICKKR1NU Third District J.L. UKSSimtS fourth District J. M MILLKB lrtU Dtstrlot r. W. BTUK4KS etstb DlstrloS W . 8. T11.TOM SotcuUi District T. T. TAYLOU 8TATB TICKET i Governor JOH! A. MART III A. II. IIOKTOM ..W. A. JOHNSTOM A. V. UIDDLK E. B. ALLtN S. P. UcCABK 8.T. HOWE lalet Justice AnooUK Justice...., Lieutenant-Governor, eeeretary of State . . . . editor Treasurer AMornev Ueneral eupt rublle Instruction.. J. II. LAW UK AD ! DLSrBJCT TICKET I nonaressmaa, fourth Dls THOS. BY AN Jnle. fllui District C. B. QUA VR8 Me...

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. — 9 October 1884

THE NEWS, THURSDAY.. OCTOBER 8. 1884 DCiTH Or DR. JAMX3 BAKHETT, When the life of a good man U ended hit family and friend, though walking moat deeply In the shadow, and stricken by the keenest sense of bereavement, are not alone in their sorrow, but the shadow of the darkness, the regretful snse of loss extends alike to all who have come within the beneficent circle of his life and Influence. Especially is this true when one is gone, the simple parity of whose daily walk has been speaking a language more Impressive than words, whose unassuming yet lofty devotion has lifted him above the range of common men ( whose whole life has been a sermon on the dignity and value of righteous living. Hardy In a community do words like these apply so fittingly to any man a they do to him who is the subject of this sketch, Rev. James Burnett, whose life has thas impressed itself upon oor community, and tun announcement ol WUoM death Will be read with sadness, not only by those among whom he has m...

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. — 9 October 1884

THE NEWS. THURSDAY. OCTOBEH 8. 1884 Grakd Balm Of twenty-lour bead of graded cattle at Madison, Greenwood county, Kansas, Tuesday, October 14, 1884. 85 cows. , . 85 yearling steers. SO yearling heifers. 43 steer calve. 40 belter calve. . . " i , . ' S short-born bulls. ' ' : i . , J. M. t Sam del Lewis. Fddlic Bauc. I will offer at public sale M the Linden Valley- stock farm, two and a bait miles northwest ot Em poria, on Thubsday, October 16, 1884. at 11 o'clock sharp; the following prop erty to-wit: 10 head or three-year old steers ; 13 head ot two-year old steers; six head ot one-year old steers; thirteen steer calves; seven heifer calves; twenty cows, mostly three-year old ; six head of one year old hellers; 125 bead of bogs. ,Txbxs of Balk: A credit of six months will be given without interest lr paia wnen due; if not ten per cent interest will . be charged from date of note. Five per cent off for cash . J. II. Fbitts. L. F. Pbcys, Auctioneer. Free Lunch . Public Balm. The unde...

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. — 16 October 1884

. aoC? ft 1 '4 a t ESTABLISHED 1857. ' EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1884. VOL. 27 NO. 42 WM $ will III if H Burton Times: Ton neyer miss tbe voter until the barrel ran dry. Tbe best educational column in any local paper in the stale is conducted by I", r. rage in Ibe Hutchison News. . "New fork Kail and ' Exnress : Cleva. land'i eloquence on In tariff U nljr ex ceeded by Kelly's silence for Cleveland. Tbe Galveston News ia convinced tbst "Cleveland will do to tie to. Bat be careful 'that the ex-sheriff dote nut use tbe hangman's knot. Tbe Prohibition atate central commit tee f Kansas baa taken tbe formal ac tion of patting II. L. rbtllipa, at tbe bead or tboir atate ticket, in place of A U Jet more. At a meeting of tbe Presbrterlsn clergymen held in Rochester, New York. last week tbey resolved that their duty aa Christiana and preachura ot morality to aupport Jamea U. Blaine against Orovcr Cleveland. The followii.g sianzttrou Uudibras will apply to the Mal lu of toe DeMoc ...

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. — 16 October 1884

THE NEWS. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 10. 18S4 BY T11K NEWS COB1PANY. A. B. MEWCOHB ..Editor. FRANK P. HuUKKAN, Baa. Manac.r Katered a the Poatomoe at Jn porta a Heeosxl-ClaM Matter. frtea. 1 1. SO a Taar la Adrun. rabllaad Every Thursday at Km porta. ljob County Kansas. REPUBLICAN NOMINATIONS. For yroeiaenti JAM.E3 O. ULAINE. r loe-Prasld.nt i JOHN A. LOOAN. rBESIUEMTlAL CUECTOU: At Larre At Large rirst District ml District. Thirl District ... fo-jrUi District... rirta District ftlxth District .... barenlii District., JOnjf II. RICK .D. A. VALKNTINK A.J. FELT ...I. O. J'lCKEKI.Sa ....J.L. DKNN1HUN J M. MILLER r. W. HTUHUKH W. 8. Ti LTON T. T. T AY LOS HTATI TICKKTi Governor.'. JOHN A. MARTIN Cblul Ja.tioe A. H. HOHTON Associate Justice W. A. JOHNSTON Lieutenant-Governor A P. UIDDI.E Secretary of state E. B. ALLKN Auditor K. I. McCAbB Treasurer 8.T. HOWK Attorney Ueneral S. R. BRADFORD Supt. Public Instruction.. .J. II. LA W II KAD maTKIVT TICKET! ftonrressmaa. fourta DIt.....TUOH. RYAN Jadir...

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. — 16 October 1884

The news TQUR3DATJOCTOBER 18, 1884 The figure-bead of ihe morning paper published kre tu such aa loexhaas Uble supply of bile, that err and anon ko must relieve fedmselL Tbe nauseous doaa ha gn hia rvadera la to-day's ls- no la entirely worthy ike source. The lact exists that Tbi Niii kaa always had the beat interest ot this comsauaitjr at heart v It aeitber caree for Terdlct concerning its coarse irum ine tvepuDiican, - nor expects else from that direction bat the alara and contemptible falsehoods which that sheet periodically contains about this paper and Its oondnctore. It Is well known that tbe people bare quite fener. ally eanctiooed tbe lines or policy par sued by Tu News, and repeatedly con demned that or its contemporary. TBI rilws la content to labor for the upbuilding of Emporia and tbe advance, ment of tbe interests It champions, aa it kaa for a quarter ot a century past, aiding; ia extending the food and In suppressing the evil in oar mid.t. Tbe coarse of this paper Is n...

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. — 16 October 1884

-i THE NEWSj THURSDAYJOCTOBER 16. 1884 - ' Cud ( TtiMki. . - . To Bsiraett 4 Abornathy, Agent Ger man Insurance, company: Gentlemen : Please accept my thanks for the prompt and liberal settlement of ray Are loss, and I uke pleasure larec ommeadlng the "German" m ooe of the lew companies woo lire op to thtir promises.. . , William P.Dat. Trail P. O., Lyon county, Kan. - f t '. I I !' i, . . , Two ooa stock ranches, one or 640 acres, one of 2,000 acres . Good water, good crass land. Other land for sale. A. N. IIahna, 162 Commercial street, Emporia, Ks. The Boss: A. bottom farm of 408 acres, Will be sold at a bargain if taken with. in 80 days. A. N. IJasiia. 163 Commercial street, Emporia, Km. For Sal. A few residence property. choice lot and A. N. Hakha. Flannels of every description at bot tom prices, at Newman & Co.'s. lXMTiinese irosty mornings remind yon that an overcoat would be a com. lortable thing to own ! Newman & Co. nave wem in endless variety, and at prices that wi...

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