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

.r V K II EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1884. ESTABLISHED IN 1857. VOIi. 27 NO. 48. r - jtf7 JmnnsaBy-,mn-m 1 v. i Tbe withdrawal or White law Reld from the candidacy for the Mew York seuatorsbip leave the field open for tbe oilier thirty. W. M Evarts la said to be willing to paralyze the aenate with one ol hit sentence. The Mormons hare selected Colorado aa their future field of operation. They already have a number of stronghold in tht slat The comparative isola tion of many cuuntic-a reader tbem es pecially favorable to the propagation of their unlawful social organization. - The name of Hon. Levi P. Morton Is being mentioned now sa one upon whom the Republican party tu New York could unite aa a senatorial candidate and who would do credit to the state in the senate. The Republican side of that body would be much pleased at hi sele ction It Is suspected in some quarters that President Arthur was indulging a quilt vein of saicaam when he penned tbat Thanksgiving proclama...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 27 November 1884

THE NEWS. I'rlos. 1,60 m Year la Admin. rablUtxsvl Krary Thursday St Km porta, A-yon Count j Kansas. BY TI113 NEWS COMPANY. A. B. NEWCOMB Editor. FRANK P. KaoLKN.HAN, Baa. Hanstn Kntered at tba Postottloa at fcaiporla as aacond-Ctass Matter. THURSDAY, " NOVEMBEU 27, 1884. Kansas City want to Lave the next meeting of the National Cattle associa tion. Congressman lilacock is also spoken of in connection with the New York senatorshlp. rtcelved the largest vote of soy candi. date on tbe state ticket. An exchange says Iter. Ir. Burchard will pass into history as the Innocent Vpeetter or a Gnat Political Milk PaiL Tbe St, Louis Globe-Democrat is es pecially felicitous this week in its illus trated account ot the cattlemen's con vention. The New York World invites St John to a tront seat at the inauguration ceremonies at Washington on the 4th ot March next, The Eighth Indiana district was the scene of a close contest. The official re turns give Johnson, Itupublicen, 20,185; Lamb. Democrat,...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 27 November 1884

y f ! 1 )THE NEWS. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 27. 1884 The grand Jury baa btma diarhaiged. The "Cbtrabu' kcow no such word as fail." At Pago's smdio fiuit very prsttj now picture and fancj foreground caN lueU are on rihibition. To room in Moore's block on Com. tnerclal Miiet, soon to be occupied by H. A.. Altmau's Jewelry store, is being oeat Ij remodeled. Will Jev and Jake Mooo me going on to Albany to help the Democratic law yer watch tbe count. Jake U after a Uulud State mar.halshlp and Jay will be content with a consulship to Liver pool. A special train of nine palace can. west bound, pa Med through abead of tbe regular train Thursday. Tbey wrie filled wlt,h excur.looiats from Bos ton and Intervening points. Ladle having occasion to wait for street cars on tbe corner of Sixth and Commercial will find comfortable aeata and a warm ttoye in tbe Golden Eagle tore. Tbe proprietor kindly offers thla convenience. The grand Jury lan week brought la even Indictment. One case was against Mr. Caro...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 27 November 1884

V THE NEWS. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 27. 1884. FOB, THI BOUDAT8. I. D. Worn M Co. AlHMM m I'lHnl lelea AmoMmm mIm lmauut Stock Oeods la Their Departments . We beg to cell your attention to the fact that our Mr. I. D. Fox has Jut re tcrned from New York and other east ern cities, where he spent two months in baying end selecting oar holiday goods. These goods are far handsomer and cheaper than in former years. Oar stock will be fally twice as large as that or any previous year, and will consist partly of all kinds, grades and prices or J a rea lie, standard and miscellaneous books. Also a large assortment or expensive gift books. Albums, in en a less variety our own Importation. . All kinds or plash goods, from a pocket companion to a $50 dressing In Japanese goods,we shall have many new and original designs, including all the different varieties usually lonnd in that line. Ia wall ornaments, we have a full line or well cabinets, in cherry, oak and ebony. Also an entirely new line or wall ...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 4 December 1884

5 Kl ft VOL. 27 NO. 49. ESTABLISHED IN 1857 KANSAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1884. ii Mite . 'J y - - V I I ! Ill If I I I II HI V -1' 1 . r'i - EMPORIA, Thar ar 13,000 people id the employ of tk aatloeal governmAot at Wasting, ton. Th Chicago New was a Cleveland supporter, bat it I bitter la It denan. eifUna of the attempt of the Democrat! to steal the Illinois legislature, and aay every man having a part la It should be eat to the penitentiary. The Georgia paper report that sharp cfa art going over the track ot Rbef bu'i match to the sea, galling farmers Into the belief that the government Is going to pay for the damage done at that time and collecting tees In advance for services lo be rendered In patting throngb claims. "There were not Democrats enough in the coantry to elect a president, tavs the Boston Herald (Independent), "and there will not be enough to choose his successor, four year hence, unless his administration shall fulfill, in a large measure, the expectation of the vo...

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. — 4 December 1884

THE NEWS. filM, a Xa ' la Adva fnMlsaasI Every Tharsday M Kaaporla, I.yoa Coaaty Kiiim. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 4. 1884. It wu Mr. Hendricks' stilt Into trouble m train. mouth that got Till iToba Porter U Mid to reconciled to thsW ot John X. Logan. It U now aUd.. that Cleveland was elected by a clerical error that of Dr. Boxcoard. 8am Wood ia calling frantically for hat, hats, hats. In tha Kansas Bute Jour, nal. Somebodv give him clean shirt The events of the ear would aeem to warrant the venerable Hannibal Hamlin ot Hala in wearing an overcoat this winter. Globe Democrat: 3lr. Hendricka u Inclined to think that Prealdent Cleve land will have tome influence with the next Administration. from hia Brooklyn apeech we judge that Mr. Hendrlcka'a idea are somewhat confused aa to tha relative ends of the successful ticket In the late campaign . . Anthony, Bunion, Johnson. Finch and Kelao have tbua far materialized aa can didates for the speakership of the Kan sas house. It is a good list to dra...

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. — 4 December 1884

THE NEWS. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 4, 1884. The Normal regents will meet again ia Janoary. Emporia roller skaters bare organ'zed a polo club. Several of the b yt claim t be "catch ing odlc force. Maxwell 4 Sedgwick bare put to a telephone No. OT night T. U. TBA2IKSQITINO. Third Minuet ball next Friday at Eighth arenue rink. December 4 ia aet by the W. C. a k day of fasting and p'ayer. The body ot Wlllia Thompson waa aunt to the bom or bis ialuer lor bufla. Saturday. The K T. band and a number ot our young people were , at the opening of Hamilton's nnk at Burlington. There waa a very pl asant Tuaolisgi. log party at M. L Samson's ou Market street laat night, in honor of Miaa Emma Stela. Everybody bad a pleaaant time P. W. Drake baa tbo liat of subscrip tions to the salary ot the pastor ol the First M . E. church. It will facilitate! bla work It all whose namea are thereon will call upon him aooo. A merry party of young folks met Fri day ni(ht at the residence of Mr. James Halleck to & ...

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. — 4 December 1884

THE NEWS. THUBSDATi. ' DECEMBER 4. 1884 Am your bric-a-brac U scattered around with do regular resting place go to I. D. Fox A Ob's and look at their cabinets ia In aiitlqae, ebony aad cherry. To see them U to buy them. Tou will Hod all we we mean all ot the fine illustrated and handsomely bound gift books at I. D. Fox fc Co's. afravlngs, etchings, pastels, phote grtpha, ohogrsphs and palntlogs in endless variety on the second floor at L D. Fox & Co.'s - ' - Albums ot our own importation scd for style and elegance we challenge any stock in this country. I. D. Foi & Co. A. large stock of pianos on hand at Fox&Co.'a. Host any lady would be happy to hare one of them Christmas morning. Many of our tine pictures are already sold. Come early and make your selec tions. I. p. Fox & Co. Smoking sets in solid brsss, ebony and boxwood at I. D Fox fe Co's. A large line of lancy cups and saucers at I. D. Fox & Co's. Over fifty varieties of new parlor card games at I. D. Fox &...

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. — 11 December 1884

v:.." : I- I , - J ESTABLISHED IN 1857. EMPOfitA, fiASAS. HtJSSDAT PEC EMBER 11, 1884. VOL. 27 NO. 50. To keen the district schools of Kan;ss rnaolog the put year, there was raised ud exploded the lam of $3,318,904.63. The 8k Paul Pioneer Press Id com. menting on Mr. . Hendricks remarks that vice presidency is always a sn-:- p rflolty bat need not be a nuisance. It was not lb Democratic wsy to tm- , . ploy united States marshals to protect f . the parity of the ballot-box. The De--. ' mocracy need them as hoanda to bant fngfttve slaves. The acoustic properties of the Uaited Stales eonrt room at Topeks, are said to be abominable. Justice la proverbially blind, but is too bad that her hearing mutt also be defective. It has not yet been determined by Gen. George B. McUlellan whether be will approach that cabinet appointment bv means ol a series of earthworks or by tunnelling toward it. The completion of the Washington monument obelisk on Saturday last. calls forth the sad reflection th...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 11 December 1884

THE NEWS BY TIIK JfEWS COMPANY. A. B. HIVCOHB ..Kdltor. FRANK P. MMl,,rNWAII, Boa. Muwi KaMred M tha Poetoflleo at Kaaporlm ma Beooad-Claaa Matter. Prte. l,fiO a Yaaur la Adtuo. rabllahad Krary Thanaay a Earn porta, I. i ... T"- ''""-'T KlUU.,. .TDJtSDiV DECEMB2H 11.U884 The Bouth American commission ar- 1 1 it oh iu io viy 01 Mexico Dunoay. j TtjP. u nu Uial Bob BurdetW will, now writ exclusively for the Brooklyn Ea gle. Tha Atchison reception to Ooveracr elect Martin will take place on tba 10th tout More votes were polled in Dakota at the lata election than in Oregon and Ne vada combined. About two thousand lea than ten mill ion vote were polled at the late prest deotial election. Mr. Hendricke baa one appointment at bi disposal the poaition of senate leetaorant keeper. Democratic candidate lor Htates senator are not so tbick noia aa jaei were. . , United in Mi Tbe Kansas City Journal Hon. William It. Morrison ai overrated man in congress. speaks of tbe most Wine and women tbe ine...

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. — 11 December 1884

XLT-E i'NEWS. THURSDAY. DECEMBER XI. 1884 The Clifford compaoy ill be here o the eveninga of December 11, 13 and 13. CliA'alter's ab-livUlo, wtl oTHuf. glee addition nod stuih l the Hau Fe, ku been added to the eily. '. V A tmoibtr itf oor eitizatis are ereoer Ibx to visit New Orleans early In Jan ary, lo attend the exposition. r Col WkUli will probably ermsena lj tnaUhliplaaorattlAi up a billiard ball, , for tbe guests cf Ibe Coolidge. aooo. - ' Tbe Brutfcerhood -of Lornottt-e Tct sea ol Ottawa Will give their first en- 4 . uileV ball at n opera bonse her on - CbrUtaeete1 ' a, Ak-iandar Brown's prelimtoerY es J amioaltoo mulled la reqntnng bond of $500 f.r his appearance. The bond waa given and approved. T . T( " colored. Chrtatl&i cb urcb baa I reached tba corner of Eighth and Cue - grraa, and willsoon.be placed on the '?w foaadatioa there.-' i ; ! 'v J.U Holmes, of tbe Sixth arena fur-i-'ture fectory has Just compUud four " Iarg and handsome wall caaea for the r r wly firm 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. — 11 December 1884

THE NEWS. .,THUR3DAT. DECEMBER 11. 1884 ftp ! . . . , ....... WBat the Coallawatel IuaruM 2eDpa- r- my ft, ljlBf. C RECEIVED OF CONTWSNTAI. Ikbcb AMCE OOMFAHY, U dimiTrt by light- ninc to school district No. 23 (Well.' ?5i J225 Gdb- IIckibcbt, Clerk. I ; P. Edwaedu, Treasurer. ' ' . Ths following is a lUt of nme of the other losses paid: 1 - - 4 O. Bridge BeloU, KaUt-a, J- W. Mack. CduBcll Grove,' Kansas. " Bcliool district No. 63. Leoa Valley. , EiuH, 821. GO. . ... J.. S. Durborow. Memphis, Kansas, $380. .. . . ' . Alspach, AxtelJ, Kansas. . f538.W. . . CM. William, Marion, Kansas, - bcnool district No. 60, Columbus, xwaoaas, li.wy.dU. T. J. Johnson, Wade, Kansas. t2. Cyras Sullivan, Wichita, Kansas, 44 17. .ILsod J. II. Spencer. Reading, n-amae, yoio oa. . Any nonest loss is paid from ft op wittoat ans particle of delay. .. Fanners, Insure In the Old Reliable Continental. Over one thoosand losses paid to tanners last year. Capital, 5,000,000. J. D. Bju.Lt, Agent lot Lyon and adjo...

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. — 18 December 1884

il 'A P t 1 - ESTABLISHED IN 1857. EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1884. VOIi.27 NO. 51. 4 Th Eiuu StateGrang want mora attention paid to natural science and agricultural and lndnatrial training la 1 our common school. Independent; About thirty exodas- ten from Texas bare arrived in Oswego. Moat of them hat relative, living around Oswego. The negroes complain of awful dull times in the south. Senator Bayard is hard of bearing. The Inquisitive Democratic politicians who endeavored to pump him in regard to bis secret vwlt to Cleveland say that he bas also an impediment in his speech. There are after all some uses lor a vice president. It Is said that Mr. Hendricks klased forty-six young women of St. Mary's, Ohio, the other day. They were members cf a Cleveland sod Hendricks broom brigade. The expression "painting the town red. Is said to have been derived from this passage in Shakespeare: "Bee, your ' guests approach; address yourself to en tertain them sprightly nod let's be ...

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 December 1884

- - r is V i s 1 (' i , " I THE NEWS BY THE NEWS COMPANY. A. B. XtWCOMB .Editor. rBAKK P. HhLEKXAH, Baa. Minui Eatered at the Poetotttoe at Emporia aa ' aeoo-d-Claaa Matter. Prlne. l.oO a Tea- lm Ad-ao.ee. published Every Thursday at Emporia, ' - Lyon County Kansas. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 13, 1884 It la Mid that the next Kansas state senate will contain thirty-seven lawyers. Even the Kansas that President-elect have kept that dog. City Tidies thinks Cleveland should The recently completed Washington monument is 655 feet high. It has taken J art thirty-six years to build it. The Fort Bcott Monitor evidently ap predates Thk News' editorial oi Satur day last on "An Important Decision." The trouble in Washington is now aid to be how to find room and food for the hungry Democrats who will attend the inauguration. Truth, a misnamed newspaper in New York, has suspended publication and will give the lie to the adage by refut ing to "rise again." Three hundred and sixty-four divorce cases are no...

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. — 18 December 1884

THE NEWS., THURSDAY. DECEMBER 18. 1884 Ticket for the Christmas bop are on Land at Irwin' drug store. The Christmas bop oo.CbrUlmM night will bo magnificent affair. Tickets at Irwin's. Tbe Cooildga piano baa been tuned, and l be spirit of Orpbcos ia delivered from sormect. -' Maxwth & Sedgwick bare received four new abow casts to be used for Cbrutmaa goods- TIIX.IMB Tbe new depot restaurant of A. Haua eler u open and mooing, supplying a much needed convenience for tbe trail ing public. Tbree thousaal Invitations have been iaaued for tbe book reception to be given in Cbriatinaa week by tbe Y. M. C. A. library committee. Tbomaa Beers baa been relieved of tbe tumor on tbe back of bia neck by a suc cessful skillful operation. Tbe tumor weighed about four ponds. Mr. F. Bpler, living nortb of tbe city, baa aold bia raacb, and will make bla borne In Emporia, lie and bla pleaaant family will be cordially welcomed here. Among love's oi flral-claaa bigb-toaed entertain menta, tbe announce...

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 December 1884

the news. TIITJESDA.Y. DECEMBEH 18. 1884 Fob Balk A fresh milch cow. two and a half mile eul ot EmporU. J, V. Uaate. Itoblce still has the Davis sewing ma chine. " . JTovsv A small bunch Owner please call here. New and elegant designs minors at I. D. Vox A Co's. of kejg. in plat Thegrestesttreatofallat 1. D. Fox ACo.'i will be found on the second floor. Don't miss tbat part of it. " Ton " Balk 400 feeding wethers. In. quire of II-II. Hilton, btropg City, Km Kino Bttr. Win. Born, as usual. Is on deck with extra One beef for Christmas. Horn al ways has choice beef, but during the holidays he makes special efforts to sur. pass himsair. He has purchased or Hamuel T. Bennett of Chase county a thoroughbred 2 year-old steer, weighing over 1,800 pounds, and also a thorough brad barren heifer, weighing over 1.300 pounds. These flue animals will be on exhibition in the street in front of Bora's meat market a few days before On 1st- Fob &U.K. A new organ. Call at 83 Kuril street. Now is yo...

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 December 1884

1Mi n 7 : IK 1 Y: y - till ESTABLISHED IK mw reading of an old text Where the treasurer It, there the cvh U also. A Rhode Island preacher recently ap plied lor an apt nw name to alcohol. He called it aqua mortis the water of death. There ia but one Democrat in the recently-elected Dakota legislature. Of conrs Vest, Cockrell & Co. do not want tt admitted into the Union . It ia ae!d that np to date Gen. Marma deke baa eighty-Are appllcanta for the poeltion of rfljutaot general of Missouri No wonder he bad to go to Texas. 1 be proposed speech of Senator In galls on the aduiUaion of Dekota will be mighty Interesting reading. Let the Confederal brigadiers begin to hunt for stum pa to aide behind. The Leavenworth Times aaya that the fever which recently, broke oat among the Inmate of the Sanaa state peniten tiary naa entirely disappeared, and there is not a case of it now in the iustl tailed. Providence) Journal: The small wits of tbe newspapers who say that this 1 the first lime Gene...

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 December 1884

THE NEWS BY THE NEWS COaiHANY. A B. HIWCOMB Kdltor. HA UK P. lUtUCK.IAW. Bus. Man war lerea at the foatofflu Mocond-Claae Matter. at A; oa porta h Prle. $I.ne a Year la Adra.no. PabllalMd Kvwry Tharaday at Emporia, A-joa Coaatj Euuat. THURSDAY, DECEMBEH 23, 1884 Nbrristown Herald: The price paid Ten 0700 for bit new poem, "Freedom,'' is not stated, but it U not worth it. There la tome talk of making Sucre tary Lincoln the Republican candidate next spring for mayor of Chicago. The Pittsburg Dispatch sug-geU : A cabinet offloer that would flatter the west: For attorney general. Judge Lynch of Missouri. It is said the Santa Fa railroad com pany la contemplating improvements in its shops at Topeka that will swell the pay roll about $30,000. ' The Wichita Beacon wants a monu ment ljOOO feet high built in com memoration of the completion of the Washington monument. The Marion Record is moarning over tbe fact that Jerry Barker did not pan out. It says, however: "But thank for tune we still...

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. — 25 December 1884

I I I I - -I I I 'i I i 4 Vi tCHE NEWS. I THURSDAY. DECEMBER 25. 1884 ITOK C JON KS rBILADILPBIA. CAT ILK PAKADK. The parade of floe cattle took place laat Saturday a announced. Tbe pro eeaiioa was heaJed by th C of P. bacd mod following war the. pns two-Year old Galloway steer Cleveland, weighing 3.300, purchased from M. R. Pint of Kansas City; the two year olJ Durham steer, purchased of B. T. Bennett of CliAse county ; Belts Lockwuod, the mammoth two year old Galloway, and a num ber ' of other representative Gal loways sod Durhama, presenting moat magoiant display. lo re pooae to a telegram from tbe Indicator for particulars the following waa sent by tbe association here: . "The llaeat display of holiday betf ever Been west uf Chicago, paraded the streets led by brass baod and Piatt's prize Galloway ateer, attract d more at tent too than Bsrnum's circua. The streets were crowded with spectators. The ball and banquet la going to be the event of tbe season." F. Mctlerd and John Ilen...

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 December 1884

- - i r rilUKSDAY.-DECEMBER S3, 1884 HEil) IBIS. '' Wlit tbe l-vn-1uer.tl insurance Coinpa- . j - y, UDoUf. . . li&ClUVKD OV CONTINENTAL Ijistlt AJfCH OOMPAKY 68 damaites by. llglit- omr to school district- No. 23 (At lib' i ford) $28 23.- Gc. Ucbibcbt, Clerk, i . IVKDWA.BWJ, Treasurer. I The following is a list of tume of the f oilier losses paid : f Oeoricc O. BiWges, Ikloir, Kansas, i 5(W. f J. W. Mack, Council Grove, bcLool district No. 53, Lena J Kansas, 821.00. !; J. 8. Durborow. Mtiuphla, i To. W. AUpacli, Axttll, t $53300. f- O. N. WilUsru, MarloD. f tlOS.W). " J'. School district No. 3(1, tT.i.a. l OIK I r.A AA,.uew, A,iTtf.tV. k T. J. Johcaoo, NVaele, Kansas, f -i. t Cyras Sullivan, Wichita, Kacfcis, . K. II. and J. K. Spenctr, Heading, Kansas, f013 84. ' Any honest lot u paid from 1 np .. without one particle of delay. Farmers, Insure In the Uld liellabls Continental. Over one thoaeand losses . paid to lariners laet year. Capita), f3.000.000. J. D. D.U.LS, nt for Lyon...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
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