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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 1 January 1885

:;1 r i PROPCHTYln State III Socictv. ESTABLISHED IN 1857. EMPOEIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 1, 1885. VOL. 28 no.i; V. I :Uf I I 11 ii lirfl 1 The New Year. Silent and whit. Thro" th. dim niKbt Now (ut, now alow. Marking- th. posts I-lko sheeted fboot. Koblnr tno woods In much floor roods Than aver wra spun by mortal akfll And bleached on Um sunn? aid. of Ut. bill, Vi-tnato wero wor. by woavors. waero . Th. warp la mtst and tno woof la air; Th. world la drtfxed Ilk. a brld. la walto, Although the poor old year died last night. Irop not a U-ar On the oold bier hoae eorpae la hre Hla work la dona. I . And hat ties won, ' And be will be L. Named with tb. fre. Through future Mm. for doeda subllmo. -" ' . W. welcome her. Tb. new-born year. Th. anow that falla . - . From tb. gray walla Of tba black clouda la not for abrouda For tb. daya lied. Or th. yeara dead; TIs tb. white Heme, Emblem of peace. Pet down to cheer Tba sort young year, ho rUig tba aoft. fiweet m oeii alia aloft. Of the a...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 1 January 1885

THE NEWS BY THE NEWS COMPANY, A. B. VBWOOMM Kdltor. nUJTK P. BfncLICMXAl , Baa. HuilU liMtid aa Um Poatoffloa . Seeaad-Clnaa Mttttr. at Jtmporta aa Trio; $I.a a Ye ' la AItum. rabllaaaa Every Thursday at Km porta, I.70B Co ant 7 KDMt. THURSDAY. JANUARY 1, 1885 ""Elaborate preparation are being made for the Inaogaral reception of Governor Martin. The Wichita Eagle stepa to the front with the beat Cbrlrtmas edition pub lished by any paper in the atati. 11 southern Dakota ia admitted aa a state, Northern Dakota will require a new name. The Globe-Democrat iug geata Lincoln Territory. The Kansas Democratic Blair and Glick war bida fair to continue till March 4, when both parliea will be In poaltlon te call the baule a draw. Carl Schurz says he wants nothing In he way of aa office. For once in hia life, Mr. Scbarz'a aipiratlons coincide exactly with the geneial opinion as to what he ought to hare. Tviu 1. wavanaugh, assistant aecre wr a tsxy of state haa accepted the appoint, meat to the ...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 1 January 1885

I 7 THE NEWS. THURSDAY. JANUARY 1. 1885 Mlsa Wlani CraadaU.llvinc m Boath Congrats Slxeet, wm tendered a pleasant birthday pariy on the evening of Dec. 23. Some friend gathered at her borne and enjoyed the occasion very niucb, leering beautiful mementoes of the oc casion. " It ha been arranged to bare a aland. ud romantic pier, "A Wire' Honor," by Lawreuce H art ton, at the Whltler on New Year' nlihu It will be eo ar ranged that those aueodiog the banquet can alto go to the theater. TbU play will add to the amusement of that day. which will be fall of Interest from morn- log till night. Mr. J. C uracil received a bale of cotton from Mr. M. Absrnatby who Is now at New Orleans, as a Christmas gilt. It is a veritable bale of cotton dune np In gold and silver. The length Is about eight Inches. The wrapping ordloarily tsed In baling cotton is rep resented In this by old gold silk and the hoops by silvery bands. It la an appro. prist and ornate cotton exposition Souvenir. Bib Johnson, one...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 1 January 1885

THE NEWS. THURSDAY. JANUARY 1. 1885 TUB ANNALS Or THE TEAR. With the closing dsy of the year a look of retrospect i natural, and hence there will attach, to the annals of the year in Emporia a degree or interest that cannot .. fail to awaken suggestive thoughts. -The "summary, of new items, aa taken trout our file tor the year which we ' append might afford tood for reflection in many way at but we call attention to only one thought, the erldence there given of Emporia's continued prosperity and pro grass, Daring the year oar annals rec ord the inauguration of the street rail, way,- the occupation of the A. .T. & aJ wra a S3. r . aepot, the opening of travel on the K. C. & E. Railroad, the establishment ot the Emporia public library, the dedication of four churches, the commencement oi work on the col lege of Emporia, besides numberless business improrements and the erection or substantial -residences referred to at length in another part oi this issue. The usual . record - ...

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. — 8 January 1885

- flSlttl a lU F iff.' J) 4 ESTABLISHED IN 1857. EMPORIA, KANSAS, i THURSDAY, JANUARY 8, 1885. vol. 28 no: 2. - I i i.i hi n ,M 1 Wichita had Ave failure the pt week. : ' . Oklah ma contain about 11.000,000 C. . " . ' Ark ansa w Traveller: A. boil'ln tbc pot U worth two on the neck . Poor old Miseourlt Kansas biiMn defeat) her in cock fight. Missouri is la hard lack. Titer were 1,049.107.313 Utter coo veyed by man to the failed States dar ing th paat year. We mi an advertisement of Ihu "Chi cago Pie company." Wbat a crusty name for a dealer in pastry aweets. Ao Oiiio paper Is au'.boilty for the statement that the Standard Oil com. paay employe 03,000 men, not including sta'esmen. Boston baa tbirty seven resident es . aeaacd over $1,000,000 each. Emporia yield the palm to Boston on these matters of taxable property. Minnesota 1 umber meo intend to great ly redact, ths cat thl winter. Amateur pokrr player may yet be driven t nae actO il ban Invrad of chip n predated by picu in.t'b-i M...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 8 January 1885

THE NEWS BY THE NEWS COMPANY. A B. NIWOOMB. .Kdltar. FRANK P. KmLKNIAI, Bas. Mi ae PMtaflM a Kanporta a Prtc, $1.60 a Ta la Advaac. roaltabed Every Tkandty at Zan porta. a-yoa Coutf EuMt. THURSDAY. JANUARY 8. 1885 JJodgs City shipped 78,718 head of cattle the put season. ten . la 1881 Kansas City erected over thousand building, costing in tits ag. gregate nearly five millions of dollars. The Fall UiYer Echo suggests an in. crease in the governor's salary, which is now $4,000. At least $5,000 would be none too high a figure. A collapsed Illinois bank promises to pay every cent oa the dollar. This statement is susceptible of mo.e than ordinary bank discount. The BU Paul Day, whose editorial ut terances seem to have been better quoted wan its unsocial paper, has gone out Into the darkness of night. The paragraph that the "last cold snap has ruined the peach crop," has already started on its annual rounds. A winter mild enough to make that item ill-timed has never yet been registered. M...

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. — 8 January 1885

THE NEWS: THURSDAY. JANUARY ? 8 A 1885 iTOCKHIND BANQUET. The rirst aul Hall and Buu nl Kmm Uve tuck AmmU U a Uu Battel Ctmlldn. Ia every ;tu and la every commanity rents transpire that are among the few things that create eager expectation, af. rOrd gratifying reala-slloa agd m held In pleasant recollection. For tbla part of Kansas the. present year waa a tuple iuusly opened by uch an rent. To U efficient manag nient of the committee appointed, and to Emporia and her facil. lues anJ capacity for entertaining tba grand success of tbe first annual ball and banquet of tbe Central Kansas Live Stock asiocUtion Is du,, By tbe magnitude of tbe affair, its working without commotion and the general good time al feast and oo dancing uo r, tbe recently formed association baa proved itself a herald oi many pleasant aaau J reunion of stockmen and those in sympathy with intereaU which are ol inestimable value to our statu and cothmtlnlty. rroin east, west, north and south, from every region near...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 8 January 1885

THE NEWS. THURSDAY. JANUARY 8. 1885 When will tbo new bank doors open Mtd the first issue of the new daily make iU pperDcef . ' Judjrs L. B. Kellogg and T. N. tte.1 wlck Are practising law In parinerabip s Kellogg & Sedgwick. Frank Wagner of Heading and Mr. Kirkpatrick of Emporia, both young men, were taken to the insane asylum, O. B. Wharton has accepted the poU tloo of book-keeper at the Savings bank the place lately filled br Frank Bucher. The Emporia National bank has In ugoreted the improvements of the spring by patting in new By doors "fly" storm doors. The business meeting of the ladies of I lie Methodist cbnrch has been post poned until Saturday, January 10, at Mrs. Moffett's resilience. John M. Coy of Ft Scott, and Mary E. Uuber, procured a marriage license Tuesday. They were the first couple to procure such a license hear In 1885, The masquerade has been postponed until alter the next regular minuet dance. The boys expect to have it however on the evening of their next...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 15 January 1885

T 3 Pf.i t I llli Ii - ESTABLISHED IN 1857. EMPORIA, KANSAS, THUESDAY, JANUARY 15, 1885. VOIi. 28 NO. 3. TUB LBQISLATURB- Th Emu legislature, -which met Tuesday, bu n opportunity to make for llseli a businesslike record which would receive the thanks of 11 the peo ple. There 1 do occasion for the ee klon befog a lengthy ooe. . As legUli I urea go, brevity niay generally be made one of the beat and moat commendable feature. It wa a wiae law that changed the meeting of the Kaoaaa legislature I rum annual to bi-enolal session. There la a widespread feeling of conservatism to the muter of law-making, and the wldestaatistaoiion.ls now generally In. sured by the It ait I number of measures and the fewest changes In lsw. The im,ortaat election of a Uoitod States senator creates no ripple of ex cltemeot this year, and tbe .choice o( Mr. Ingall will be but a formal vote re. quiring ooly a few minutes time. The prohibition question Is practical ly oi the shelf for the present. The .railroad q...

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. — 15 January 1885

THE NEWS BY THE A B NEWS COMPANY. MEWCOXH KUltor. FRANK P. tUcLEXIAN, Bus. Huutr bmred at the PnatslBM at Cmporla m nwhum natter. - I'rloe, $i,ftO at Year in AdrQ. rabllehnd Kvery Thursday at Emporia, J I-jen County Kansas. THTJR8DAY. JANUAKY 15. 1883 We wonder it the Spanish treaty was not hatched near an earthquake. Mark Twain is laid to be worth a cool million. Mark waa an editor once. lie is not one now, howtver. Ibe .New Urleaos exposition is now meeting current expense aud with the surplus paving off back debts. It Is est! i n atod thai the present style o( branding annuly detracts (2,000,000 - Jrpm tio rsjuc of bides marketed to the west. , Two notorious Mew York confidence tnea have been arretted by detectives in Philadelphia. This is worthy ot note as Illustrating the fact that there are de fectives who detect. Cincinnati Gazette: Senator Uawley says President Arthur told him soon s,tler becoming .chief magistrate that he meant to make it possible to elect a Re publican la ...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 15 January 1885

THE NEWS; THURSDAY. JANUARY 15. 1885 Eeo Powell bu commenced a two ' course to dentistry with Dr. 8. E Wortbiagtoo. J. D- BaUoa has rented ths room for merly occupied by J. O. King, ud will nuiko It hialuoch and billiard ball. J oho Perrterjiae rold bis business to tha Philip Best Brewing Company of Milwaukee tad E L. Martin of Kansas City. - , Taa .coud term or Miaa Mabel Vialr, kindergarten, at bar borne on tie comer f Seventh and State, baa opened l:h a goo 4 attaodaace and good propacU. We regret to learn that recent neces sary operations upon tbe ejes of tbe mother of Mr. Judge Graves, hare not been attended with success, and that tbe lady's sight la greatlv Impaired. The M. E. Sunday school officers re ceotly elected are: Jndge E. W. Con aloKham. superintendent; D. W. Eut msn. assistant superintendent, F. 8. Bslater, secretary and treasurer; Lee Hlakle, librarian "Filth bop of tbe Mioaet club, at Eighth avsons rink, Friday evening, Jeeouery lOib, 1885. - Yourself and ladies re...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 15 January 1885

THE NEWS. THURSDAY. JANUARY 15. 1885 TBI IHAVOUKATlOlt. UUnKUf CummIm n the Capitol . Monday Tne iMrmti of Governors eiiflk u4 Martla-Ta Reception aud Hall. Cominonwealib : No such demon stration bu erer been given to any Ov rnor of Kansas on tbe event of bia inl aooration into office, m wu tendered Colonel John A. Martin Monday. Early, tbe city was filled with strsogers. aou wnen toe noon train arrived hun- dreds more were added to the crowd from Atchison, Leaven worth. Wyandotte, Kaaaaa City, Lawrence. Emporia, Otta wa, Peoleand all intermediate towns. The day waa stormy and cold, hat strangers moved a boat the atreeU, from one hotel to another, seeing all the eights they could. It waa generally understood that the Inaugural ceremonies would commence at 2 o'clock p. m , but before tbe hour ot 1 bad arrived people began to pas through the east wing of the Capitol to wards tbe ball of the house, and the cor rldora leading thereto were crowded, and the gallery, which waa brat opened,...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 22 January 1885

- ,., , . - to .-mi if i. II 1 -ii. -. I - mniAl t. Mir IKI'M. rn. F....., ., . - : . . r , r - a .. i-'nin- -- ' -AtM .-t nnnfri ! !T fl III I I IIMIMia .iMm .rii.-in I n ...... WVa"rffl ' ' - " "-HI ri'lll ' 1,11 ' Sl I il. I I Mil" J lllll ITlllhl IMII.lito, Ml " " ' I II " I " III ,-,.... j ' ' - - - - -- - - - - :-r - .. -- . J ""-''J-i i 1 J"1- hi. i jPM mmmmmmmrt m mm 1 1 1 1 rr , j ""''MMMMMMMMiMMMWMMMMWMMMiMMiiiMM,' T-- v ESTABLISHED IN 1857. EMPORIA, KANSAS, . THURSDAY, JANUARY 22, 1885. VOL. 28 NO. 4. f r 5 f Tbtre are three Kelly in the Kcnis senate The Toprka PnrM club rave de lightful reception on Monday vjcl' in their new and elegant parlors. Venison is two cco a pound lo Idaho ad ucr at that Jvff rsoo City (!.) Ttioue: Oh, den ! Congress wilt be asked to divide Da . kota, aod tbe territorial legislature It considering lb question of relocating tb capital. . ' Noble L. Preolls eot a characteristic. 1 e pertinent, giod and effervescing, l.t tor to be read at the recept...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 22 January 1885

THE NEWS BY THE NEWS. COMPANY. A B. MIWOOMB Editor. FRANK P. HmLIMJAX, Baa. Huuir ICaHnJ at the PmuUm at iMMdlHi Matter. Ksnporla aa rrloa. f IX a Vui la Alnm. PablUhed Every Tharsday at Emporia, Ljroa Conaty Kuw. THURSDAY. JANUARY 22, 1885 Napoleon Bonaparte u a broom maker in Walnut, Illinois. The Century lor February will con tain Gen. Grant's paper on "The Battle ot Shilon." A portrait of President Hayes, paint ed by Uanllnarton, baa Jost been placed In lb Wbila bona. Tbe number ot passengers brought from Europe to tbia port during 1884 bv lb various lines aggregated U20,8O7 steerage and 60,503 cabin. Chairman Ogilvle of I bo Onio Itepjb- licaa committee thinks Jadge J. B For. aker may be tbe next candidate for gov. rnor of that state. A Chicago store advertises New Year's cards at half price. W suppuae tbla is for the benefit of tbe Chinese trade tbe Cbinaman'e New Year be ginning February 14 The Totofflce Waltz" la tbe name of a new piece of music rapidly growing into favor wi...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 22 January 1885

THE NEWS.I TUUR3DA.Y. JANUARY 23. 1883 TaT MART IK'S PA PUB bATS Alcblaoa Champion : BoUru beard from, the Emporia Republican Is tbe onJjr paper which disregarded Got. Mar Ua's civil aod proper ft quest do! to p'lnt bit message io advanca of iu delWcrr tbvlrgUUiai Tbe Emporia Neva ay thai tbe Krpnbllcan violated tbe oofl(1oce of Got Gllck under like cir ca niBtaocs'S two years ago, and that tbe same paper abuaed tbe confidence of tbe Normal graduating class of 1883, by pub lishing ibeir com mrnct meat these io advance ot their delivery. It seems to " be a case of cooalitational meaonesa. A Dumber of Santa Ke conductors bve tn-eu disc-barged recently for cause. A pell t loo requesting the legislature tt establish lbs' office of state entomolo. gist was circulating here to-day. Hubert Reynolds leave fur Paola neit week to beaio work on bridges tor tbe oew bt Louis & Emporia road. Tbe manger ol Hix's Knights ol Pytniaa orchestra says there bat been a change In the organizatioa or 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. — 22 January 1885

THE NEWS. THURSDAY. JANUARY 82. 1383 Public Balk Oo account of distola tloa of partnership tbere will be told at public auction on WBDHEfDAV, rSHKCAUT 4. 1885 beginning at 10 o'clock sharp, on the farm ot Pletfrle & Pcrrier, on Etzla Creek, mile east of BlUertiwo, the following described property, to-wit : 94 steers four year old, 24 steer to Yara old, 73 cow ana heifer three year old, IS heifers two year old, 33 calves, 1 thoroughbred bull, four pair of mules, 5 good brood mare. 8 good ponies, 233 hog. 2 Poland China boars, thorough bred, with pligr-e if desired. 3 wagons, 1 feed wsgdn with hay rack, 4 aet ot harness, 1 Buckeye mowing ma chine, 3 cultivator, 1 new corn planter, 1 hay rake, 1 breaking p'o. 4 allrrioc plows, all kinda of honaehold g.KKl and many other ankles txi numcroo to mention. Tbe aale will be positive. Tem of Sale A creditof sis month will be given on all turn over $3 with out interest if paid when due; if not paid to draw I alerts; at 13 per cent from date...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 29 January 1885

. - , 5- f f f . , V. - .J - -.. V ' 9 I- If l(f It 1 j j'pj JQT- o 1 ;- i , VOL. 28 NOv5. ESTABLISHED IN 1857. EMPORIA, KANSAS. THURSDAY, JANUARY 29, 1885. 5 "I csma, camped, conquered. Geu eral Hatch. Senator Edmunds' dynamite bill Is a timely one. A dark horte wanted : Legite's "my fricod la EutM." Sol Miller ts ssld to be the finest locking man Id the senate. "Words in which properly to Couch my feelings fail me,"-The leader ol the Buomrr. "Senator Edmunds, allow me to thank 70a. You are a friend in need." Queen Victoria. Tbe "White Tower' in which one of the explosilons at London occurred la over eight hundred years old. Council Grove Republican: An Inch :announcemenl in a newspaper is worth two miles of fetters on a board fence. George T. Anthony to bis dear cousin D. It: "I will see you later, when I will endeavor to go von one or two better." We are inclined to think It at a small piece of dynamite In O 'Donovan Rosen's mouth would help the cause of Ireland. II Ireland does ...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 29 January 1885

THE NEWS. Y THE KEWS COMPANY. e. . IUEvrOOaf.lt. Kill tor. VBAMK P. MmLBBIJIAII, Baa. Mauser Prlo-. $I.So Tmr la Advaaea. rablUaad Kvery TbBraday at Emporia, Lyoa Couty Baa a. THURSDAY, i JANUARY 28. 1885 Newport (ft 1) Graphic: An ordL. narj trtln of ptsseoger coaches la laid to be worth $03,000 This does not In cludu the p rter of the sleeping car. A youog man of New Haven, Connec ticut, is aaid to have a collection of 7.600 birds eggs. That young man knowa more than a "laat year's birda neat" (Seoeral iiatch'a poaition amid .ad. verae elemeota and impending conflict with deieinifned aettlera, who are bia own ounlrymt-n, ta one of which very lew men would care to relieve hliii. The emolument of an Illinois legisla tor are aaid thia season not to be entirely included under the bead of salary and pottage at amp allowance. It ia not every year that there 1 a senator to elect. , A Lmdoner made a bet that he would invent a question to which flfiy people would all rive the eanie answer....

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 29 January 1885

THE NEWS. THURSDAY. JANUARY 29. 1885 Geo. R. Weo'llioK will bo hrre uo the tvcnlog of F.-rrury 3 I nod 4th. Till fm iu -nwed:h Nightingale" Eliza AMioder-Bers'.roiu February 7ih. Lewi' reatauraut, trett, !iu b ea fifed or. un CYnitnercltl lti uew I rout Will that cieature -ever urt up oat of Slit dirt T Ala, we lrr ot. "It U hi a ature and he cannot hflp li." The mlo.WterUl-A'Miociitti n are in cr. Tep U'1oce wuii M'OJy aud Saoltt-r, geard:r, Ihelr coming to Etnp rii. Th'. Mtdatns Abiaa.W T-IitrifgToin -Couccrt company bta ar. angel t ar 4ear lieru on the evening of February 7. The rim la the price of wliti', baa c--caatooed a corresponding rise of about 20 cc-DU pr butidred pounds oa all grades of finer. Salt hta bar a commeooed sg-iat tbo clly by Carrie II iv for damages to a bililllug ou dlxib avenue, caus-d by water accumulated lor watit tf proper profKr JriuU(je. What a Iliads ft "linUuighgatt" (lie tnorninf ppitr d'alitd up to Hi reader lo-dhv! now trily tdifying and t!e vatit...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 29 January 1885

THE NEWS. THURSDAY. JANUARY 29, 1885 Public Sai.k Oo account of distolu tloo of part Berth lp Ibere wfll be sold at public auction ua WIlffiKtOtr, PKBRCAuY 4. lSS-'i beginning at 10 o'clock sharp, on the farm oi FleflVrle & IVrrier, 00. Eagle Creek, milt of Billertowo, the following oWacribatl Property, to-wil: 04 steers iouryea's old. 34 etefre to years old, 73 cowsind heifera three years oll, 13 heifers two years old, 8-1 calres, 1 tnorouicubrcd bull, four pair of mules, 3 good brMKl mares, 3 god ponies, 235 uoga, 'J Pol an J Chios boars, thorough bred, with pttli&T'.e if desired. :l wagons, 1 l':td wa-raa with hay rack, 4 sets ol Uarnt-iM, 1 Uickfy3 mowing uia- cbino, :i cultivators, 1 new corn planter. 1 hay rake, 1 breaking p'.ojh, 4 stirring plows, all kifxla of hitnachold g nxl sad many oih-r aril l - tx numerous to mention. The sale will be positive. Te'ina of Sale A credit ot six month will I mi (fir en oo all sums over with out lotere'.t if paid when due; if not pa...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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