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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 23 October 1884

I n -'-1 "- A?. I I, ESTABLISHED IN, 1857. 1 EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1884. VOL.27 NO. 43; '1 I Mil ! I- KECORD OF A REFORMER. HOW AN "HONEST MAN" MANAGED TO err ALONG IN POLITICS, ltoo fd m mnmm.m I. B. BXauoa. aa Pab- i "xTae Kaapari Maws ec 8a. taaa ST. UTI. It U well known hare that no mn baa tinted aore about so-railed Republican oorrsptloo sad rascality than the Bon. P. B. Maxaoo, Greenback Candidate Tor represenuuve in tin Eighty-third die. trtet tor Uis count, sad chairman of tkOrsbscksUU central commtttee. ItU soul Is sow hardened with this oaf, sad from every limp la the coun ty be Is telling what he don't know about Ug hortooaalDgt ol the Republi. ' cm leaders tamely retailing the bun. ombe of Democratic papers. As he is m a candidate, asking the people to wow him to ths legislature, solely ost his professed parley sad honesty, sad as he is eo gaged la slaaderteg the Republi can party, it as r doty to let the people read what we know about his political tran...

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. — 23 October 1884

' ; ... THE NEWS THURSDAY. OOTOBEK 23, 1884 BY THE NEWS COMPANY. A B. NKWCOHB. Editor. Baa. Mumr HANK P. uUtil.MI, Katered a the Poatofflos Moeoaavciaaa Matter. at Km porta aa Prlee. $1.60 Year la Adnu. PablUhad Every Theradav a Emporia, Lyea County K REPUBLICAN NOMINATIONS, For President i JAMES U. BLAWfE. Por Vlee-Prealdents JOHN A. LOGAN. PRESIDENTIAL. KXECTOKSt At Lares At Lrire rirv District Meoond Dlatrict. Third Dlatrict.... Kojrtfj Ui.trlct... rirw Dlatrict Hlxth Di.trkX IMTCatii XJiatriet. JOHN If. RICE .D. A. VALENTIN E A.. FELT ..J. O. 1'ICK EKING ... J.U DENNISOM J. M MILLK& P. W. HTUKUKS W. . TILTON T. T. TAX LOU STATE TICKET i Governor Chiut J u it tea JOHN A. MARTIN A. H. HOUTUN Aaaoolata J ttatlce Lieutenant-Governor. ... secretary of state Auditor Treaaurer .W. A, JOHNSTON A. P. KIDDLE K B. A LLEN B. P. MuCABE 8.T. HOW K Aktomar General . ..8. B. BBADPOKD ttupt PubUo fnatructioa J. U. LAW HEAD DISTRICT TICKET i ronrraiaman, roorth DUt THOS. RTAN Judge, nan Dlatr...

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. — 23 October 1884

THE NEWS. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 23. 1884 ON TO VICTORY. WE ARE COMING Fill FORTY THOUS AND STRONG. Back? Bee-al- ud Ifimi Cominc a Ihu o Matchless aod BlMta IplMtor.-tk City Cfevded, Bat tor all Ttan't Bmm and Wel- "W May Iwk Backward Wltksat tklat and Forward Without Fear." At any earlf hoar tho streets began to fill with pooplo who gathered from all part of the city and country to wit neaa (be demonstration i. ' Baaner were hang across the streets and aveaues and flag displayed from many buildings. A large camber of business men deco rated their storea with a profuse display of banting and streamers of red, white and blue. Coi. John A- Martin, the next gover nor of Kansas, accompanied by Rev. Dr. Krobn, of Atchlaon, arrived shortly be fore noon . from ' Newton. . They were met at the Baota Fe depot by the reception' committee, consisting of Messrs Lambert, Taylor, Eskrldge and Wright, and with the additional escort ot the Knights of Pythias band.. Sena tor Ingalls arrived from Eldorad...

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. — 23 October 1884

THE NEWS. THUHSDAT. OCTOBER 23, 1884 Two good stock ranches, one of 640 acres, one of 2,000 acres : Good water, good grass land. ' Other land for aale. A.N. Dasva. 1B2 Commercial atrwt, Emporia, Ka. ' The Boas: A bottom farm of 408 acres. Will be aold at a bargain If Uken with- in 30 dys .A. Si. Qaxha, 162 Commsrclal timet, Emporia, Ks. Bhiloh'afJure will immediately relieve Croup, Whooping Cough and Bronchitis Sold by Chaa. Ryder Fob Sals. A few residence property. choice lots and A. N. IIahha. Great sale of groceries st coat to aatls- ly creditor, at the Emporia Grange ttors. Acctiosker. Whenever von want a first-class auctioneer call on G. W. Bryton, No. 3 East t trier, Emporia, Kansas. . ' For lame baca.aideor chest use Bhi- loh's rorous Piaster. Price 23 cents. bold by Cbas. Ryder. Soldiers baring claims tor pensions will do well to call on L. M . Keya, at- turner at law. ' Office, room No. 3 in Nwe building, op staira. We loan money on land and live stock. r ILKIlf H CC DHUR, ...

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. — 30 October 1884

-' If jlf A v v.'-' -' SESTABLISHED I3ST 1857. EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30,1884. VOIi. 27 NO. 445 Look oat for mixed ticket. Do not trade off the legislative ticket. Slick by Kellogg. Back end Hun'er. Eskridge Click. to 1a favor of Maxson and Read the whole ticket every aame U right. and that Oatt your ballot understandingly, and read yonr ticket carefully. J. W. Felghan's record aa coonty toraey will bear the closest aciatioy. Our morning coutemporary haa not aoewered Thk Niwi' conundrums. ' D. A. Hunteroagbt to have every Re publican vote lo the Sixiy-secood dis trict. . Do not be other lb an ticket. deceived into voting any the straight Republican D. A. Hunter ia tbe safest man to aend to the legislature from the Sixty-second district, v Tbo Democratic dally haa crawled back ' into ita bole. Tbe weather wis nnlavorable. T. H. Walker ia a prohibition can didate, but be U playing into the hands of tbe opponent! of prohibition. Tbe Republican haa lit this time it did "ride...

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. — 30 October 1884

i t ? 4. THE NEWS. THURSDAY. OCTOBEU80, 1884 BY TUB NEWS A. B. MCWOOMB. COMPANY. Editor. FRANK P. MuLESKAR, Boa. Muxar Bustered a the Postom.ee at ICoa porta aa fteeond-Claae Matter. Prlea, f I.SO a Taar la Adruoa. PaUanec, Ery Tnaraday at Emporia, Lyon CoulT Ki REPUBLICAN NOMINATIONS. For President! JAMES O. BLAINE. Far Vlee-Preeldeat JOIIN A. LOQAN. FRKSIDa-JfTlAL. KUCOTOIU: At Lares JOHN H.RICK At Large 1. A. VALENTINK rirst District A. J. FKLT IVnoond District. I. O. PICK EKING Third District J.L. DfLNN IboN Vourtb District J at. MILLKB riAk District r. W. BTl'KUKD Bllla District W . 8. TlITO.N Seventh District T. T. TAYLOH STATM TICKET) Oorenor JOHN A. MARTIN Cniel Justice A. 11. HOKTON Associate Justice W. A. JOHNSTON LleuleaaaMJovernor A. 1. KIDDLE ftooretery ofttlete B. B. ALLEN Auditor a",. P. UcCABl Treasurer 8.T. HOWE Attorney Ueneral S B. BRA DKORD aupt Publl Instruction.. J. II. LAWUKAD DUrUIlT TICKET i rBfrresma-a. Fourth Dlt.....TH08. RYAN J u (lice, firth District V....

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. — 30 October 1884

TUC&SDAY: OCTOBER 30. 1884 MR. KELLOOQ AND TUB NORMAL. rxom Saturday's Dally. To tba editor of Taa aws t Until tble week's issne of the Emporia Democrat I had always supposed&at I wu friend of the Suto Monsil school, ud thai that fact was reasonably well known. Ia the veers 1878 ud 1877 there was slratig opposition la u legis lature to making adeqoate appropria tlon for the Normal school. Boo. O. V. Eakrldfe and Hon.' John hoy in the boa9 and Boo. Wm. Martlndale la the senate worked diligently for that pur' pose In the eeaeioa of 1876, with hot par tial success. , The next, winter Bon. Aimer la Uilleit, us tbe senate, and Don A. W. PInmb and. myself in. tb house undertook tbe same difficult task with a lik result,!,, I sever , knew uotll, that paper wee pahliakedraad the appearance therein of an article over the signature of N.:Weittlsev, that the good In ten' tioos of asj member of the Lyon county delegation In the legislature for either of those years wan qaeaUoocd. : All ...

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. — 30 October 1884

The news. TfePBSDAY. OCTOBER 80. 1884 , JXJCCTIOM KWPBSl. MMUW.1HI I4iw office will ba open all TrlgM for the reception ol elec tion returot next Tuesdsy night Our inenda t 'be various preclncu In the county are. requested to tee that the re. tarn- arc teat to thia office at the earliest f PPonanitf. ; Dispatches will be received trom all parts ot the United Btatasdurinjc the evening and night. BXrCBLICAN MEETINGS. Republican meeting will be held at aT 1 a un MMiowing times and places: fnnotlon School House Tnnradav. rw wi UMMan ooaool Uouta-lnursUav, Oc. oSIso H1U 8elwo1 Hone-TburtUay. Klrkendall School House Friday. Oct. 81 Beosbo EsM. naiurdav. Not. 1. Amertcut- aalaxday. Mov. L Viuu. viaer for sale at my farm, UT miies norm or Uie city. Price 20 cants a Ballon. Orders may be left with Btone Miller. M. O. Abubbu. Mew Dialog Ball. A. C. Hill, well known to man of tha farmers ,ol thia count, has opened anew tuning am and resuarnant in the base ment of Thb Nws block, at the corner o...

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. — 6 November 1884

ti TlV I ' ? ',! V .'J ! E ST A:BIiI SHED IN 1857, EMPORIA, iKAKSAS: THUBSDAX, KOVEMBEE 6, 1884. VOIi. 27 1TO. 15. 1 1 J! Hi Ik A ;'t Hi t 1 i J i'i 1 a ! t W 1 i 5 Jadg OrTM U elected. We hre beard from Ohio. Tezu bu rooa Democratic Kaaiaa hu rdeemd hbrself. What will Sm Wood do now f OUckUm receiTd lu dik blow jt terdaj. ; .. - - - - ' ' Walker, wu true to bU name, didn't do any iDnin. Kellof, Back and Banter, what wo laid It would be. ' Tbat't Lyon county (bowed what It thought of Randolph and resubmission. " Lyoo 'Ooont i made a clean sweep. Tbb Kkws tow-line helped it along. Peigbao, Parrinfton, Klock , and Frost. We said It was a strong ticket McMillan fur commissioner is safe, and the Uteres is of the people will be eato. The, next governor of Kansas comes from Atchison, and his name is John A. Mania--" - J. M. McCowa can coatmae to dcrote bis leisure time to answerlns; Senator Injralls. J " With a free ballot and a fair count in the south there would hsye been to doubt about...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 6 November 1884

THE NEWS. THUItaDAY. UOVflatBEKf, 1637 BY THE NEWS COMPANY. A B. XIWCOIIII Xdltor. FKANK r. HMLQIIiH, Baa. Hiutu (tared M tha Poetomee at Kb ports a wm-CUm Blatter. rrtM, $1.60 a ee la AdM. rablleaod Kvery Tbnreday a Kaaporta, Lyon Coaatjr Itimi. CL N. JunH, an honored sod promi nent citizen of Eldorado, filed recently at that place. Mr. Jamea waa well known in Empcrla. Pittsburg .Chronicle: If Columbus bad discovered America on th ere of a prealdentlal " tl.ctlon be would nerer bave desired to report tha discovery. The attentloo of the Oklahoma egita tloa la asked to the full presentation of that subject, aa giten by Senator Plnmb and Congressman By an in their Eldora do apeecbea laat week. Words such at they apeak ought to be effective in prlck iog the babble blown by a political gaa generator like Sam Wood. Mra. J. Ellen Foster, of Iowa, baa re signed her position as superintendent of legislation of the National W. a T. U. because of the position taken by them against ber earnest...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 6 November 1884

ft . ; I.) V I. it- V i: t' i, t V. 1 (THE' NEWS. THUllSDAT. KOYEMBER 3. 1884. A. D. Clumber, of Hertford", met the examiner to Issue teachers' certificate Tharadsv. .... Tboma Anderson and brother, of Morjantown, W. Va, are In the city. Tbey ere west prospecting. Itue E. Filkin end wife. parentsjol W. H. rilklna, arrived from Florid, and wiil pend the winter with their son here. Mr. FrankHUl, who formerly lived in Emporia, and who baa many friends bare. Is now city editor of the Kansas CilyBtar, with which paper be has been connected for the past three years. Peter Jones, nephew of T. M. Jones, arriTed here from Indiana Thursday, and will remain. Bis father will bring his fam'.ly here and Is now only waiting to vote a straight Republican ticket next Tuesday before doing so L. M. Keja, who retnroed from 8eda lia. Mo., this week, tells ns he met OoL Cloud at that place. OoL Cloud la a former resident of Emporia, wbo la well known to old citizens here. The colonel is now editor of a R...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 6 November 1884

THE . ..NiBWS; THURSDAYS SOVEDlTiSa. 0, 1884. TUB -LATEST RETURNS. Up to the hoor of gains lo press with Tub Weekly Nkvts ibe election returns that come la continue to be of the most cheering aatare for Republicans. Tbe latMt dispatches from "New York indi cates tbe coant complete ia ail but three hundred and -f oar teen precincts oatsido of New ."York , CI tj and , Brook) and those ' beard from bow "give Blaine enough majority to overcome tbe Demo cratic majority of New York City and Brooklyn with 41 votes to spare. The 314 precincts will give Republican ma jorities and assure bis carrying tbe state probably bfjrorn 5,000 to 10,000. HNew Vork is carried for Blaine the Democrats could hare the other doubtful states and still Blaine be elected. Connecti cut is perhaps Democratic by a slight plurality. New Jersey is still in doubt. Indications still point to Republican success in Indiana. Tbe latest dispatches show Michigan, Wisconsin and Illinois all safe ' for the Republican nationa...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 13 November 1884

1 ' 0 Ml . A A, . j . .S."- J, m a - i .k 1 1 1 1 I V 4 1 II I t 11 t 1 i I S I J 1 ESTABLISHED IN 1857. EMPOItIA, KASSA8, THCB8DAY. NOVEMBER IS. 1884. VOIi. 27 KO. 4G: Te Mill hsve aa aUdiag faith official cou- Advice to Di-iietnii Merer crow aa tU yoa are eat of the woods. It did aoVtakTloeg for Jey Gould to (el solid wit- Grover Cleveland. Gould ad Va-dbllt have "area" tint before. "Don"! count your chlckeae before taey sre Batched" Is aa old adage. A better aM now to. Owl display your prediry till Um votee ui counted. Philadelphia Pirn. A, presldeatlal eh.-ctioa always accomplishes on lag. It shows as astlng eaa, the lahaite capacity of the Amerlcaa patriot lor loafing oa Um street corner and exposing lb aneaabrajM of his throat. Cheat pioa: Tbe Topeke Capital baa already divided tba offloaa uader Paa td;at Cleveland's admlDlatratloa aad says 8am Wood will be atat aa consul to Hoar Kong. This would wilt Kansas paopla very well unless therm is plane farther off than slung Koag. J...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 13 November 1884

THE NEWS. THURSDAY. NOVEMRKH is BY THE NEWS COMPANY. B. XIWOOMB. .tutor. I-RANK P. MmUHRAI, Bw. Huki Katersd at tha Poatofflea a JCanporla as W.tWaaMrlaTMtt. PabUaka Xary Thursday at Emporia, Lyoa Gouty Kansas. . PZBSONAJj AHD POLITICAL. ' Good bye, Gllck. Governor Glick, farewell. Resubmlsslonists are sick. Boorbonum in Missouri ii scared. ' Florida would be Republican if the could. If 70a want to settle the result, flrare onlL. . Bea Bailer looks cross-eyed at the re turns. V7e ere feeling pretty comfortable, thank you. Msworth did not get soy of the foreign vote. Even Belra Lockwood's tricycle did not survive the general wreck. The Kansas City Times does not en. those over the election of Warner. Even confederate brigadier Manna. dake Is not as happy as he might be. Sometimes It seems as though the re turns are as mixed as the ticket were. There is nothing in the returns to make St John feel proud of himself. Gllck only carried one county In Kan sas so far as heard from Leavenwor...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 13 November 1884

THE NEWS. THURSDAY. NOYEMBER 13. 1884. ' ODE PHAUtll, Tburadat ay evening T M ve. in flow- lOf MU-IIDM, Mia: Victor i Tha ouuotry U tared, and the Republicans have eared iu Tnev bave carried every northern tut except New Jersey and iaoerucat. Ao. The next evening Th News aald : MTbe official eoant will probably be needed to determine tn result." We can't rely upon oar neighbor, a IU statement. In the Ian froage of the learned darkey, "comflua ticatee" at. Theee papers (Ths Kbws and Demo. crat) were too Intensely partisan to be relied oo to tell the train, so everybody said we will wait nnUl the Republican comes oat, sad then we will know the facta about It. And the Republican will (Ire the facts whether they be for or against m. nepuDiiceo. And the "Republican might have added in word as it does so characteris tlcally In sabeUnce, "God, I thaok thee that I em not as other men are." The first 'Howing bead lines" In Tan Nnws were tollowed by dispatches beginning thus: The Republican 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. — 13 November 1884

THE NEWS. THURSDAY. KOVEltBBR 13. 1884. TwHl;-lTa -tollers Beward. Lost la Emporia, on Batnrttsy last, a Bedlam-sized leather pocket-book, con- talalng a number of checks and not la rar favor; also about fifty dollars la money, receipt, Ac Twenty-five dol lar reward for return of book and con . ImU to tbs First National bank, Em poria, or John Sleekly, Heading, Kansas. OltnUUei Motlee, We, the undersigned, do thla day, . Nor. 8d, 1884, dissolve the partnership of the I ale firm of Conner Bros. A ixgsn by mutual consent, John W. Logan re tiring from the firm. Conner Bros, will continue carrying on the business as be ' fore at the old stand. All debts dne the firm must be paid to Conner Bros. All contracts made by Conner Bros. A Logan will be paid by Conner Bros. M. W. Conker. Johv W. Looas, Ira W. Cohhbr. m Dtrbteo la April, 1884, a dark brown mare, two years old lsat spring. Was last seen in Americus. Ten dol lars reward for Information leading to her recovery. Apply at this office ...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 20 November 1884

EMPOBIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1884: VOL. 27 NO. 47: ESTABLISHED IN 1857. That official count itemi to have gone beck on as. Well, Mr. Cleveland woo by a nwk. & to have Blaine defeated la a greater man than Cleveland elected. Tbe New York regular gait Main. Sao has struck it John A. Mania is tbe nam of a Detn. ocraltc congressman from Alabama. John A. Logan will again grace hia poaltlon la the United Statea senate. Nearly 3,000 more votes were caat for governor tban for president in Kansas Blaine' plurality In Kanaaa la 03.827. We conld have spared the odd 3,827 for New York. Eight members oi congress from tbe cx confederate slates are all the Repnb licanaeaa claim Mr. Ryan aeea Sam Wood and goes blm better by a trifle over 10,000 major. Ity. Will Bam cocteaL Mr Blaine will rcauuio work on tbe aeooad vol ante ot bl work on "Twenty Years In Congress" ' Mr. 8t. John supposes that the Kan aaa Republicans who burned him In effigy maat have been very drunk. Tbey thought It u...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 20 November 1884

THE NEWS; BY THE NEWS COMPANY. J.US MB XT PRESIDENT. I THE SHAPE IT MAT TAKE. .ew rork Tribune: Apparently pnb-1 The following from the Cincinnati lie opinion among men only moderately I Commercial Uszotte so clearly ram- A B. KlffCOHB. .Editor. FRANK P. MmUHSAH, Baa. Manager 1 Kate red a th. Postomea MewMiUM Mat Mr. a JCmporla a Frio. l,oO a Year l Advanca. rablUbad Every Tkanda at Emporia, '- Coutf Kaaaaa. THURSDAY. NOVEMBEK 20, 1884. Now let the business cease. foolish effly-burnlng Kasse polled fifty thousand more rotes this year than ever before. There are three Kelleys in the Kansas state senate and two in the house, with four districts of the latter still to hear from. Mason, the independent candidate for county attorney, In Franklin county, de feated the Republican nominee by two rotes. There was not a Democratic congress man elected from the Missouri nrer to the Pacific ocean. Bow is that for the solid west? The Emporia Republican has one con. eolation tor its course. It is...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 20 November 1884

r THE NEWS. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 20. 1884 The boy skater will appear M Um rink gain to-night The Democrat hero concede the elec tion of Martin. WtJIt Tne grand Jury U maklog thinga live ly in certaiu localities. The policy ot ibe "adouiiUU-atlon" u mapped out Tbaraday night The heavy connonadiog Tbaraday battered, some wioJow glass ot Petcra Hardware Cu.'s building. Aa eleven pound beet, raised in '.be city, wa carried in Ibe procession Tbara day. It m now on exhibition at Nor ton's. serenaded Thi News office was not by tue managers of tbe Democratic Jabl- lee Thursday. All favors tbanktolly re- celved. Col. J. M . Bletle moved Into his ele g tot new residence on tbe corner of Sixth avenue aad Neosho street this Week. ' . - ' . Many citiz-na were disappointed be- cium Joe" Smito, tha lawyer (so-call ) MlUoUonwood rails, failed to ftp. p.-ar Thursday night. . A Blaine bat was burned in a bonfire Thursday. It was I ho outcome of bet. Zeileis may bave to resurrect that tile fiom tbe shis...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 20 November 1884

THE NEWS. THUKSDAY. .NOVEMBER 20. 1884 rK TUB HOLIDAYS. I. I. Fob it Co. Aauounoe ma I'Dparal. leloil 4uuiIuioi and an liuounw (Mock ol Goods In Their UcptrtDMoli. We beg local) jour attention to the fact that our Mr. I. D. Fox has just re lented from New York tmi other east ern cities, where he spent two months in baying and selecting our holiday goods. These goods are far handsomer and chtiaper than in former years. Onr stock will be fully twice as large as that of any previous year, and will consist paitty of all kinds, grades and prices of J'tvenile, standard and miscellaneous books. Also a large an rtuient of expensive gli't books. Albums, ia enak-ss variety our own Importation. All kinds of plush goods, from a pocket companion to a $10 dressing case. In Japanese goode.we shall have many nev and original designs, lucludlng all the different varieties usually found in that line. In wall ornaments, we have a lull line of wall cabinets, in cherry, oak and ebony. Also an entirely n...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
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